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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 September 1907

HARRY FREESE. OWNER. JOHN FREESE, editor & bus. mgr. Entered as second-class matter in the post office at Hays, Kansas. September 14, 1907. Editorial Gossip Z The United States Treasury has not yet receipted for that $29,400,000 fine. When a druggist invests in a motor car, it is a sure sign his business is on a two-percent basis. Lindsborg Rec ord. Walter Wellman was due to arrive at the north pole last week but he must have been laid up with the chil blains, as nothing has been heard from him. The home paper is the mirror in which people at . distance see us. Help to make it what it should be, the best in western Kansas. Plainville Gazette. The Hoisington Dispatch tells of a Mr. John Lemon down in that vicinity who was handed a lemon last week by some of his friends (?). That ought to make a pear hadn't it ? Football is well launched. In the first practice game at Chicopie, Mass. last week a player had his collar bone broken in one minute after the play had started. "What will...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 September 1907

i L r 1 i :' VICE-PRESIDENT CHAS. VV. FAIRBANKS, Bis Friends Say He Will Be the Republican Nominee for President Next Year. m iiipli ;: V ! " ' itltiS ;.i5-rXfTff 1 V-.- or I LOCAL NEWS. S We want one more subscriber at ONCE. Lester Wheatcroft is a new addition to the Free Press force. Selden Hughes, formerly of Hays, was down from Ellis the first of the week. Lincoln Ward has given up his work on the Will Philip ranche and is now attending Normal. Miss Clark of Illinois is here on a visit to her uhcle, B. F. McKinzey of Buckeye township. John Schlyer is having a brick pave ment laid in front of his residence prop erty on South Oak street. Lots of wheat is being brought to town every day and what's more, it is bringing a first-rate price. The Free Press office has just re ceived a new lot of ladies calling .v- ..; : si '. :V- ' cards. Call and see them. Mrs. E. F. A. Clarke arrived Mon day evening on a visit to her husband, Contractor Clarke of the Normal. Geo. Palmer has a number o...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 September 1907

British Columbia Mob Wrecks Jap anese and Chinese Stores a la San Francisco. A COMPLAINT FILED WITH OFFICIALS A Representative of the Mikado's Gov ernment Telegraphs to Ottawa Giv ing Particulars of the Mob's Actions Matter to Be Laid Before Premier Sir Wilfred Laurier at Once. Montreal, Que., Sept. 10. The fol lowing telegram has been received by Consul General Nosse at Ottawa from Mr. Ishii, director of commerce and trade, department of foreign affairs, of Japan, who is at present in British Columbia studying the anti-Japanese movement in that province: "Vancouver, 13. C, Sept. 8. Having arrived at Vancouver at 11 p. m. on September 7, I found that during the early part of the evening there was held a demonstration of the anti-Japanese and Coroan league, and about S) p. m. a number of rowvlios, about 50 or CO, marched into the section of the city where the .stores kept by the Jap anese and Chinese are, and threw stonffS, breaking considerable glass. "Following this attack there ca...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 September 1907

i WORN TO A SKELETON. A Wonderful Restoration Canrf Sensation In a Pennsylvania Town.- Mrs. Charles N. Preston, of Elkland, Pa., says: "Three years ago I Jound that my housework was becoming a bur den. I tired easily, had no ambitioa and was falling fast. My complexion got yel low, and I lost over 50 pounds. My thirst was terrible, and Ni there was sugar in Lue Kianey secretions. My doctor kept me on a strict diet, but as his medicine was not helping me, I began using Doan's Kidney Pills. They helped me at once, and soon all traces of sugar disappeared. I have regained my former weight and am perfectly well." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. . Tom Ochiltree's Moon. After Tom Ochiltree, that able con gress raconteur and laugh generator for the afflicted rich, settled in New York as the amuser of the John'W. Mackay family, he effervesced in a thousand different directions, and was as good in some ways as Sam Ward. One night he escorted John Macka...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 September 1907

SCHOOL THE SIGN OF THE TIMES Are all anticipated here. Every "want that the school child'can have can be supplied at this store. We give the little fellows especial con sideration in our buying and in our treatment -we will not be undersold. ' - - - .. .. .. j .,., ... 1; a 'J Pit! double knee and double sole at 10c, 15c and 25c a pair. School shoes, satisfaction in stock, correct prices. Boys' Furnishings Underwear cannot be found in styles. ' Ginghams CLnd PcrcalQS The girls must have dresses and aprons. Have a look at our Ginghams and Percales. You will be pleased with the patterns. Good fast colors. Come in and let us help you dress the boys and girls for school. A Am g Local Dribblings. Harkness for School Supplies. H. W. Oshant is expecting his new auto from Topeka most any day. The first snow-fall of the season was reported at Fort Wayne, Ind., on Wed- j Watson Zeigler expects to open up hi3 pool and billiard hall at Yocemento to-day. Geo. Freeman of Salina with the Midland E...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 September 1907

State Historical Society 13) 'Ellis County's Best Local Paper. VOL. XXV. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 21, 1907. NO. 45 I 1 t A J i Yost's Mill is No More Nl&ht of "Friday, the Thireenth" an ill omen for Hays Qity. For the third time in his life I. M. Yost has had his flour mill totally . de stroyed by fire. An alarm was turn ed in shortly before one o'clock Satur day morning and though the firemen responded very quickly and put forth their best efforts nothing could be done to save the mill. Fire caught from a hot box in the dust room on the east side of the top story and spread rapidly to the dust collectors. The mill was shut down at once and all effort was made by the mill hands to extinguish it, but on account of no water being available nothing much could be done to allay the flames which spread to the texas and out through the roof on the easfend. Effort was made by the firemen to reach the flames from the top of engine house and could this have been done the greater...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 September 1907

Hays City Free Press Harry Frees?, Owner. John H. Freese, Ed. & Bus. Mgr. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. if The mcess By HAROLD McGRATH . jKnthor of . Tho Mr or th Box." Hrta and Mtiks." Etc. (Coprigbt, 1905, Bobbft-Merria Co.) CHAPTER I. It Is rather difficult in these days for a man who takes such scant interest in foreign affairs trust a whilom diplomat for that! to follow the con tinual geographical disturbances of European surfaces. Thus, I can not distinctly recall the exact location of the Grand Duchy of Barscheit or of the neighboring principality of Dop pelkinn. It meets my needs and pur poses, however, to say that Berlin and Vienna were easily accessible, and that a three hours journey would bring you under the shadow of the Carpathian range, where, In my diplo matic days, I used often to hunt the "bear, that walks like a man." Barscheit was known among her sis ter states as "the meddler," the "maker of trouble," and the duke as "Old Grumpy" Brummbar. To use a familiar Yankee expr...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 September 1907

DAVID UNITES THE KINGDOM STORY BY THE "HIGHWAY . AND BYWAY" PREACHER I lll-gs (Copyrmat, HwJ. by IM Author. W. 8. Edaoo.; Scripture 3-5:5. Authority: 2 Samuel ;g SERMON ETTE. o It was David's Integrity rath- 5 er than his military prowess which conquered Israel. 5 David knew how to forgive. f Israel had shared with King Saul In the persecution of Da rt vld, but David was ready to re 2 turn good for evil. He had no scores to settle when the prov- X idences of God brought his for- & mer enemies under his power. Selfish ambition David had g not. On the contrary, his career 5 strikingly illustrates the possi- g S. bllity of a human soul gauging & O his ambitions in harmony with g g the will of God. He . wanted 5 g only what God In his own time 0. and his own way was willing to g give. Hence he escaped the pit fall of human plotting and in- g trigue and his hands were free g O from the stains of the blood of 5 his enemies. O David desired the kingdom be- $ i i I -I r 'V' O him an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 September 1907

HARRY FREESE, OWNER. JOHN FREESE. EDITOR a BUS. MGR. Entered as second-class matter in the post office at Hays, Kansas. Established in 1882 by Harry Freese. September 21. 1907. : Editorial Gossip If it was as easy to do certain things as it is to tell how they should be done, there would be somethin' doin all the time. r.vfr nnMcfl at a fire that the. men who do the most shouting and make the biggest fuss are generally the ones who do the least good. A typewriter trust is now in the pro cess of formation, so if you are intena ng to buy a typewriter better hurry up before the prices advance. Some men give freely, some give grudgingly and some require a surgical operation to separate them from their -coin. Sedw ick Pantagraph. Should some people spend as much time in hard work as they waste wait ing for "their opportunity" to turn up the end would be reached surer and sooner. Anna Carlson of the Lindsborg News suggests it is about time for the in cubator baby to get off. the stage and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 September 1907

SENATOR JOHN WARWICK DANIELS A Noted Y.r4iJ St.,Man Often Spoken of tt ConBecUoa With th. Democratic . 'residential Nomination. Music .essons. , Miss Mildred Pestana . will take Pupils in Piano Fobte playing. Phone 181. For sale. 100 root picket (the square) fence, ia good condition, painted, for only $4. Cost $13. Inquire of Harry Freese. 3EL Wv OSH ANT, ABSTRACTOR BQHDED IN SUM OF $5000. RIAL ESTATE, IIURANCI, AND L 0 A N S . f 'At Watches, Clocks and Jewelry ' "Li -- - TORY PUBLIC, ii EED3, MORTGAGES, NO OTHER LEGAL PA PERS EXECUTED. 2 ' - 'V f frit ,'ST" ' ' "rW ? I "s T gpizZ-'r - J-J"'"- . - "V , iL'"' -'f -J' " - X Copyright 1D07 by C. D. Frey.'" f LOCAL NEWS. Miss Gertrude Ward was in Russell between trains -Tuesday, - - - PJainville is celebrating its third an nual carnival this week. Lizzie Troth visited at the home of Ed Blender last Sunday. Mrs. Geo. Philip entertained a num of ladies at tea last Friday night. C. A. Harkness made a business trip to Kansas City the first ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 September 1907

MIIII Xxreaty-Fire Excursionists Killed cad a Large Number Injured en the Boston and Maine. flETUnlllflG FROM A FAIR Passenger Train in Contact With Heavily Loaded Freight on Curve and All Cars Crushed ' Except Sleepers. White Hirer Junction, Sept. 16. Twenty-five excursionists returning frem Canada met death and many ethers were injured about daylight Suaday in a fearful headon collision oa the Concord division of the Boston ud Maine railroad, about four miles rest of Canaan station. The badly Injured numbered nearly thirty, some of whom, it is feared, may not re cover. At noon twenty bodies had been taken from the wreck. A train of four cars well filled with tired, sleeping excursionists, nearly all of whom had been spending the day at the fair at Sherbrooke, Que., 160 miles over the Canadian border to tie north had rounded a curve at a llveJy epeed when the headlight of a freight locomotive flashed before the eye of the engineer. In another in ctant there was a crash, and both en...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 September 1907

HERITAGE OF CIVIL WAR. Thousands of Soldiers Contracted Chronic Kidney Trouble While In the Service. The experience of Capt. John L. Ely, of Co. E, 17th Ohio, now living at 500 East Second street, Newton, Kansas, will interest the thou sands of veterans who came back from the Civil War suffering tor tures with kidney com plaint. Capt. Ely says: "I contracted -kidney trouble during the yiSfr&jf l,A Civil War, and the oc- l; a cv r-7 oasionai attacKs nnax- ls&2dGfJxs lv devplnnerl Into a chronic case. At one time I had to use a crutch and cane to get about. My back was lame and weak, and besides the aching, there was a distressing retention of the kidney secretions. I was in a bad way when I began using Doan's Kidney Pills In 1901, but the remedy cured me, and I have been well ever since." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. The Peaceful Joy of the River. An ingenious Spaniard says that "rivers and the inhabitants of the wa tery element were...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 September 1907

i n 4 0 mm ":ismM(B tisirctaiiidiis ft f I CONSISTING OF y laOOCIS, JNO oes, ! v eens ware, and Groceries, AT PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU. The Day We Celebrate. HAYS, Saturday, .-ept. 28th GQLLMAR BROS. GREATEST OF 'AMERICAN SHOWS 3 Big Rings and Elevated Stages. 50 Dens rare wild animals. Monster Museum- Roman Hippodrome John -Sehlyer : ' Sons, '' i f0eaers in FJiRM MACHINERY, m Corn Grinders, Corn Shelters, Wag oaro wire, oione rosts, - f Rabbit and Poultry Fence, Hard and Soft building Rock. A -full line of Farm Machinery and a full line of Repairs for every Machine we sell. We Pay Cash for OLD IRON. At Spratt's Drug Store you will find the same prices and times of ''exchange on state text books as any where in the state. 42-tf Books of which our supply was ex hausted last week were received this week. Call and get them. 44-tf C. A. Harkness. RKNB PURE DRUGS, PER FUMES, TOILET ART ICLES, AND DRUG SUNDRIES! 23 (5 . t COUNTY AGENT FOR THE SALE AND EX- STATE TEXT BOOKS. PATRONIZE ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 September 1907

tte Historical Oocitty fy-r 777 W W W f s V Ellis County's Best Local Paper. VOL. XXV. HAYS, ELJJS CO., KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 28, 1907. NO. 46 r I It s . 1 V 4 ;1 r Two Cent Fare Beginning next Saturday Oct. 5, you may ride at 2c a mile. At 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon N. H. Loomis, attorney for the Union Pacific, appeared before the state board of railroad commissioners at Topeka and filed notification of the acceptance of the 2-cent order by the Kansas railroads; "under protest." That is, the railroad officials will obey the order of the board of commission ers until the case can be settled in the courts, and by so doing they will not endanger their legal rights. The order goes into effect next Sat urday October 5th, on all the railroads operating in Kansas. It is said that the railroad officials had no intention of letting Gov. Hoch call a special session of the legislature, as their actions might do even more than cut ting down the passenger rate to two cents per mile. No sooner ha...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 September 1907

Hays City Free Press Harry Frees?, Owner. John H. Freese, Ed. & Bus. Mgr. HAY8 CITY KANSAS. 6? in The Ooaes By II AHOLD McGRATH J.txlhor of "Th Mn on the Box." "lie arts aund Masks." Etc. Copyright. IMS. Bobbs-Mcrrin CoJ SYNOPSIS. The American consul to Barscheit, a principality of Europe, tells how the relgrning grand duke had tried to fiad a husband lor his rebellious niece, the Princess Hildejjarde, Onally decreeing that she must wed the Prince of Doppel Mnn. an usrly old widower, and ruler the principality of Doppelkinn. Thouglj be haa been in the country six months the American consul had oever seen the . princess, and when at last they met it was very much of a surprise to both. CHAPTER IContiuued. The one picture of her which I was lucky enough to see had been taken when she was six, and meant nothing to me in the way of identification. For all I knew I might have passed her on !the road. She became to me the .Princess in the Invisible Cloak, pass Ing me often and doubtle...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 September 1907

OTTMOTTOfP layiviii&Liiiy THF HOOK 57ALF way down the Atlantic CU031 OI lllo muuiiau CiJ-l- pire, and about opposite Charleston, rises out of the sea the little port of Casablanca, which Is known a3 the "White House" port in every language that is spoken along the coast- It is white and beautiful, if you He in the offing of a clear night. Like all the rest of Morocco, and.indeed, the Mohamme dan world, Casablanca is best seen by the pale moonlight, and to wind ward, writes Stephen Bonsai in the Kew York Times. Nearby salee, at the very name of which our New England ancestors who went down to the sea in ships were wont to shudder, and with good reason, is now closed by a sand bar, which even the daring Barbary cor sairs would not dare to cross in their light-drawing feluccas, but the Moor of the bad country Is still a pirate, though the times have driven him in land from the seas. Until recently he preyed upon the passing caravans as a century ago he swooped down with tis, hawkli...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 September 1907

HARRY FREESE. OWNER. JOHN FREESE, editor a bus! mgr. Entered as second-class matter in the post office at Hays, Kansas. Established in 1882 by Harry Freese. Published every Saturday morning. Independent of any Politics. September 28, 1907. Editorial Gossip Did anyone say anything about dol lar wheat? The Kansas water melon crop is bounteous so who cares if the peach crop did fail. "When Kansas people lose a crop," says the Jewell Republican, they just rub on a little more back-bone stiffener and go ahead. They always come out right in the Spring." Homer Hoch is of the opinion that it is about time for Bryan to be telling the public that he drove Taft out of the country. Not yet, but soon, may be. Another notice of 10 per cent advance in paper this morning. Gentle reader, we think the time is coming when the question won't be "shall" we raise to $1.50, but we "must" raise to $1.50 per year. Oakley Graphic. Same here, brother! Have you seen the comet yet? Look for it in the eastern sk...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 September 1907

Ma sic Lessons. Miss Mildred Pestana will take Pupils in Piano Foste playing. Phone 181. For sale. 100 toot picset "(the square) fence, in good condition, painted, for only $4. Cost $13. Inquire of Harry Freese. E. H. HARRIMAN, His Great Ambition Is to Control All the Trunk Line Bailroads of the United States. . OSHANT,. 1 ABSTRAGTCffi --iii!c-.-:--: - ... :!r-: ... . jr.-:-. .-.v.- . BONDED IN'. SUM OF $5000. REAL ESTATE, 180RANGB, ( A N D L 0 A N S . t Watches, Clocks and Jewelry mm public, ii EEDS. MORTGAGES. ND OTHER LEGAL PA PERS EXECUTED. If XT TKT rid a, V V ' z':' &vdkY - " . -y4i: -:LAVvi-. '.5 ' I LOCAL NEWS. ooe Frank Stout was in town the first of the week. Attorney Ira Lloyd of Ellsworth was in town on business Tuesday. Ed Blender expects to build soon op posite the Presbyterian parsonage. District Court will convene here next Monday, Sept. 30th to close the Fall term. Jacob Kippes harvested over 7000 bushels this year and is feeling pretty prosperous. Wra. Hall lef...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 September 1907

lit Work of Empanelling a Jury in Land Fraud Case Begins at Eoisei Idaho. MUCH INTEREST IN THE PFXCEECIK3S Federal Court Room Crowded to Over flowing When Court Opened Gov ernment Representatives Predict Hearing cf Sensational Interest Im posing Array cf Legal Talent. Boise, Ida., 7?pt. 21. In beginning the work here Monday of impanelling a Jury to try United States Senator Wm. E. Borah, charged with conspir acy to defraud the government. of val uable timber lands, District Attorney Norman M. Iiuick announced that For mer Governor Frank Steunenberg was one of the men indicted with Senator Borah for conspiracy. Stcunenberg is represented in the indictment as John Doe. The case was called Monday morn ing before Judge Edward Whitson in the United States district court. The prominence of Senator Borah in the politics of the state, his personal popu larity in this his home town, the lead ing part he took in the prosecution of Wm. Haywood, charged with the mur der cf Gov. Steunenberg and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 September 1907

i 1 J I ;: ,1 tt -V Hi M 1 4 KIDNEY TROUBLE Suffered Two Years Relieved In Three -. .Months. MR. C. B. FIZEE. Mt. Sterling', Ky., writes: ' have suffered with kidney and other trouble for ten years past. 'Last March I commenced losing Pcrnna and continued for three mont-hs. I have not used it since, nor have I felt a pain. "I believe that I am well and I there fore frive niy liilist commendation to the curative qualities of Per una." Pe-ru-na For Kidney Trouble. Mrs. Geo. II. Simser, Grant, Ontario, Can., writes : "I had not been well for about four years. had kidney trouble, and, in fact, felt badly nearly all the time. "This summer I pot so very bad I thought I would try lVruna, so I wrote to you and began at once to take Peru no. and Aianalin. 4I took only two bottles of Peruna and one of Manalin, and now I feel better than I have for some time. "I feel that Poruna arid Manalin cured Tne and made a. different woman of me altogether. I bless the day I picked up thelittle book and ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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