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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 September 1907

J LOCAL NEWS, "f 0 aoceeocSS C. M. Holmquist was in Ellis Wed nesday on business. A. D, Colliver made a business trip to Salina Wednesday. H. W. Oshant expects to return from Topeka today in his new auto. School children should buy their books at C. A. Harkness Drug Store. Mrs. Vose of Ellis was visiting with Mrs. Frank Fields on Wednesday. The Miss Markeys will make special prices on hats "Circus Day." 45-2t .' Our idea of real fancy work is the scroll design on top of a cherry pie. Lindsborg Record. James Behan, Jr. went to Ellsworth Sunday where he has accepted a good position with the Ellsworth Milling Co. I. M. Yost bought the Jno. Brown pump shop on South Main St., and has moved it over on the old site and will fit it up for an office. A number of eastern sportsmen have been here this week hunting prairie chicken. The birds are being rapidly thinned out in this neighborhood. Books of which our supply was ex hausted last week were received this week. Call and get them. 44-tf C....

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 5 October 1907

State Historical Society 7? 773 PR, Y Ellis County's Best Local Paper. VOL. XXV. ' HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, OCTOBER 5. 1907. NO 47. J Wra. Ryan Dead. Wm. Ryan died Thursday night about midnight at his home on Lau rel Hill. He has been dangerously ill for some time and a couple weeks ago suffered a paralytic stroke which made useless one side of his body and face and his'speech. He had two par alytic strokes before this one, but nei ther resulted seriously. He was not able to recognize any of his family alter he was stricken. Mr. Ryan lived within a year of man s alotted time, reaching the age of sixty-nine years. He was one of the first settlers of this county and has helped build up Hays City through years of adversity. In his middle life he conducted two of the largest and best stores in this part of the country, but in later years he became some what of an invalid and was not able to look after his business interests. About a month ago he sold out both stocks of goods and retired...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 5 October 1907

Hays City Free Press Harry Freese, Owner. John H. Freese, Ed. & Bus. Mgr. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. (r The IPnimcess Elopes By HAROLD McORATH Author cf Th Marx orv tho Box," Hrta and Masks," Etc J 3Sf (Copjrlght, 1305, Bobbs-Merrlll Co.) SYNOPSIS. The American consul to Barscheit, a principality of Europe, tells how the reigrning: prrand duke had tried to find a husband tor - his rebellious niece, the Princes Hildegarde, Anally decreeing that she wed the Prince of Doppelkinn, an ugly old widower, ruler of the neigh boring, principality. Though he had been in the country for six months the Amer ican consul had never seen the princess, while horseback riding in the country night overtakes him. and he seeks accom modation in a dilapidated old castle. While seeking admission he is startled by a beautiful voice breaking Into song. CHAPTER II. Continued. Had I stumbled upon one of my dreams at last? Had Romance sud denly relented, as a coquette some times relents? For a space I knew not what...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 5 October 1907

FOR SMART FROCKS HANDMADE TRIMMINGS EASY OF EXECUTION. . Comparatively Small Expenditure of Time and Money Necessary to Produce Results'That Are Most Effective. Anyone who is clever at handwork cm mike most effective trimmings for smart frocks at a very small expendi ture of titr.e and money, the little drawings accompanying this article showing some of the newest handmade tnmm!Lg.s, which can be carried out in various ways, and the result gives a touch of individuality to any gown. The first design illustrates a trim ming which is being widely used on the summer gowns. The sketch fchows how to gather this puffing, which can be made of ribbon, to be used as an insertion between bands that head ruffles, etc. The marguerite in the second little drawing Is done in baby ribbon on filet net. A row of these motifs give3 a charming effect. This might be made ot silk ribbon, velvet or soft braid. Figure three is a lattice of ribbon, and makes a very original trimming. The fourth sketch is a...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 5 October 1907

m lie gxct W$5. HARRY FREESE, OWNER. JOHN FREESE, EDITOR & BUS. MGR. Entered as second-class matter in the post-.- office at HaysKansas. Established in 1882 by Harry Freese. Published every Saturday inorning. Independent of any Politics. October 5, 1907. Editorial Gossip Baseball fans are going around these days with anxious faces, who knows "our team" may win that pennant yet. It's easy enough to laugh when things are coming your way but when your'e playing a losing game it takes a "Sunny Jim" to be cheerful. How many people are there who know how to spell the Russian word for wedding celebration? We confess we did not know how last week and, as the wcrd is not given in Webster's Unabridged, we spelled it according to the phonetic system, "hoxite." The correct spelling, we are told this week by one who claims to know, is "hoch zeit." The circus has come and gone but the small boy hasn't forgotten the many contortions of the contortionist nor the "juggles" of the juggler. Speaki...

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

HON. WILLIAM R. HEARST, Be I Figured la (he List of Possible Presidential Nominees Iy the Democratic Party Next Year. V Hott are xtftttluiip mbiteii to call at our office for tifje purpose of exammtns anqjle anb tafems prices; of n grabeb CaUms Carte, Sttbitatuing, etc wc toorfe tfte fcesit, gtple tfje latent anb priced tfje lotoet. ABSTRACTOR BOHDED IN SUM OF $5000. REAL ESTATE, 'INSCRAffl, A A SB LOANS. I llllllll NOTARY PUBLIC. DEEDS, MORTGAGES. AND OTHER LEGAL PA PERS EXECUTED. HA Y S K A US Mi ifif - j Get rid of the scrubs. - Don't buy an article because it is cheap. The fall is a good time to tile out the orchard or garden. Trying, not sighing, is what quers the perplexing farm task. con- oJ LOCAL NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. Will Reidel left Wed nesday for their home at Hutchinson, Kansas. H. W. Oshant now drives a big Smith touring car. This makes auto number five for Hays. No preaching services were held in the Presbyterian church last Sunday, Rev. Brown being in Kansas City. Hays h...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 5 October 1907

A Combination of Unpleasant Cir cumstances Make Immediate Future of Islands-Doubtful. GOV. MAGOON WiLL ACT WiTH FIRMNESS Has Ordered the Rural Guards to Cap ture, Kill or Drive Into the Ocean Insurrectionists and Outlaws A Na tive Newspaper's Optimistic Views of the Outcome of the Trouble. Havana, Cuba. Oct. 1. The small band of rebels which have been trav ersing the country in the vicinity of Mayari. in the northern section of Santiago province, has according to late dispatches, again exchanged shots with the pursuing rurales. The latter are close on the htels of the bandits. While there are signs of unrest in var ious parts of the island, the opinion prevails here that no serious disturb ance is likely. In commenting on the situation the Dlario de la Marina says: "A combination of unpleasnat cir cumstances having no link one with the other appears to make the situa tion at first sight mere serious than it really is. Each one of the problems J that at present confront the adminis t...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 5 October 1907

'A V HOME-MADE REMEDY INEXPENSIVE AND EASILY PRE PARED BY ANYONE. ts Said to Promptly Relieve Backache and Overcome Kidney Trouble and Bladder Weakness Though Harm less and Pleasant to Take. What will apyear very Interesting to many people here is the article taken from a New York daily paper, giving a simple prescription, as formu lated by a noted authority, who claims that he has found a positive rem edy to clire almost any case of back ache or kidney or bladder derange ment, in the following simple prescrip tion, if taken before the stage ot Bright's disease: Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three ounces. Shake well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and again at bedtime.' . A well-known authority, when asked regarding this prescription, stated that the ingredients are all harmless, and can be obtained at a small cost from any good prescription pharmacy, or the mixture would be put up if asked...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 5 October 1907

ooo OOO I . . ' ...... At the New- Store In the ly&n Block, ESays, Kansas. 'w."HIi Thursday Bissing Bros.! E. F. Madden went to Ellis on busi ness Tuesday evening. J. C, Farley was in Kansas City last week buying his holiday goods. The rains the fore part of the week raised the Smokey River considerable. Lester Littlefield and Chas. Thumel of Russell were up Sunday visiting friends. Dr. Catudal made a professional call at Wakeeney Wedneday night between trains. Miss Amy Swires went to Kansas City Sunday night to see the Priests of Pallace Carnival. II. ,V. Crass, Rush county's able representative, was over from La Crosse last Saturday. Cement walks were laid this week in front of the C. VV. Reeder cottages in the west part of town. George Grass left Tuesday night for a two weeks' visit with his brother Charles at Butte, Montana. Regent Griffith of the Agricultural College went to Manhattan Tuesday to attend a meeting of the board. The Ladies Aid Society of the Pres byterian Chur...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 October 1907

- State Historical Society ' UJf. te 1 1 )V 'r. k. Ellis County's Beit Local Paper. VOL. XXV. IAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, OCTOBER 12. 1907. NO 48. 1Mj 0 Jj rm n Tie To The Hitch Racks. The city has placed three hitch racks in different parts of the city at a cost of nearly $200 and they expect the farmers to use them when they come to town. To show that they mean what they say they will make it a fine of $5 to tie on Chestnut St. between the Court House and Philip's store. Farmers will find one hitch rack ex tending for a whole block along the side of the court house block and an other of equal length pn West Juniata opposite Philip's house. A third rack is located in front of the city hall on Second St. These racks are good and strong as you will discover wfyen you come to try them next week. Don't forget tie to the racks! Inspect Track and Depots. A special train passed through Hays last Sunday afternoon bearing J. O. BrmkerhofT, General Supt. of the Union Pacific, and a number of tr...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 October 1907

Hays City Free Press Harry Freese, Owner. John H. Freese, Ed. & Bus. Mgr. HAY3 CITY, KANSAS. (5 r The By HAROLD McGRATfi Author of "The Mart on tho Box." "Hearts and Masks." Etc. u (Copy ri Li, 13CB. Bobb-ilorrlll C'o-l SYNOPSIS. Th American consul to Barschelt, a principality of Europe, tells how the relffnlng frrand duke had tried to find u husband for his rebellious niece, the lrlncess Hildesarde, finally decreeing that Bhe wed the Prince of Doppelkinn, an ugly old widower, ruler of the neigh boring: principality. Though he had been In the country for six months the Amer ican consul had never seen the princess. While horseback riding In the country night overtakes him. and he seeks accom modation in a dilapidated old castle. While Becking admission he is startled by a beautiful voice breaking into song. The place is inhabited by two young women and an old servitor. They give him food for himself and horse on condi tion that he leave within an hour. They are seemingly bent on ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 October 1907

3UGH MEN PLAN AFRICAN EMPIRE .AMBITIOUS SCHEME IN WHJCH NEW YORK MILLIONAIRES WILL INVZCT MONEY. PARTKERS CF A MONARCH Thorra3 T. Ryan, James D. Stillman, John D. Rockefeller, Jr., and Oth ers Have Joined King Leopold in Effort td Open Up Dark Continent and' Incidentally to Turn Their Millions Into Billions. New York. In the heart of Equa torial Africa a group of New York millionaries has acquired an empire. Out of -this empire, representing in direct and indirect control a region of 1C5.G0O square miles, they expect to increase their millions., perhaps to turn them into billions. The men who are exploiting this untrodden wilderness of forest, moun- aiu, jurgle and morass are Thomas F. Ryan. James D. Stillman, John D. Rockefeller, Jr., II. P. Whitney, E. B. Aldrich and the Guggenheim brothers. Other names have been mentioned, in cluding those of J. P. Morgan, Thomas F. Walsh and Anthony N. Brady, who r.ir'.y c wn stock in the two great com panies which have been formed, but they are...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 October 1907

HARRY FREESE. Owner. - JOHN FREESE EDITOR & BUS. MGR. Entered as second-class matter in. the post office at Hays, Kansas. f - i Published every Saturday morning. j Independent of any Politics. October 12, 1907. Editorial Gossip e About time to be saving up for Christmas ain't it? The average country newspaper comes out in a new dress about as seldom as the editor's wife. When you buy of your home mer chants you are helping the town and thereby sharing in the profits of your own purchase. Kansas City is quite elated (?) be cause J. Ralph Burton, ex-senator from Kansas, is going to deliver ones of his delightful lectures there soon When you see two farmers meet each other on the street and wink you may spot them as being two of the few wheat growers who are going to sell for $1.00 a bushel next month. Watch 'em! . . . A man in a neighboring town, who took a city paper in preference to a country paper because he got more paper for the money, was attracted by the advertisement of a ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 October 1907

A f - HON. ELIIIU ROOIV The Secretary of State Is ft of Fteiad Prominently Mentioned in Connection With .' the Republican Presidential NoxlgaSIo.- r ' 1 mm Legal Notices. Watch the details. j Notice affinal settlement. State of Kansas, Ellis connty, SS. j In the Probate court of said county; i In the matter of the estate of I M.J DENNING Enfield, deceased; To all Creditors of and other persons inter ested in said estate. You are hereby notified that at the next regular term of the Probate court, in and ior said county, to be held -at the Probate Judge's office in Hays city, in said county, on the I2th day of Nov. I907, we -will make final settlement of said estate, Having filed with said Court our claim as Executors of said estate for necessary I expenses necessarily incurred in the admin- j istration of said estate, we hereby give notice as ordered by said Court, that said claims are set for hearing in said Court on the I2th day of November 1907. Henry Tholen & Harry Freese Exe...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 October 1907

SUPREME COORT ACTS HEW WAY TO CONVICT JOINTIST IS FOUND. LIQUOR BILLS HELD AS EVIDENCE Allen County Jolntist Loses Because, of Them Other Cases Decided Injunction Against a Oui'.ding Holds Forever. Topeka, Kan., Oct. 7. According to a decision cf the supreme court 13 eued today LHI3 and accounts of li quor sales are to be considered good evidence against a jointist. The de cision was given in the appeal of Jim Com from Allen county. The opinioa was written by Justice Graves. In July, 190C. Corn was arrested by the sheriff an"! the assistant attorney general for Allen county, and besides a lot of beer found in the ice chest several bills for liquors by the case from big brewing companies were also seized. At the trial of the case these bills were introduced as evi dence and had an important part iu convicting Corn of violating the pro hibitory law and maintaining a nuis ance. He appealed to the supreme court on the ground that the bills should not be allowed as evidence against ' him...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 October 1907

r v it;) i. ; 1 I j ! 1 a r 7 ! i UNITED STATES SENATOR FROM SOUTH CAROLINA PRAISES PE-RU-NA. RIVER TRIP ENDS President Roosevelt Arrived at Uerapbis on Schedule Time on Sieaoboat Mississippi. CEHET A.HOISY WELCOME Cclivered a Characteristic Speech at Deepwaterways Convention and Immediately Left for His Hunt ing Grounds in Louisiana. Ex-Scnator M. C. Butler. Dysfefsia Is Often Caused By Catarrh of the Stomach reruna Relieves Ca tarrh of the Stomach and Is Therefore a 'Remedy for Dysfcfsia. ;; Hon. M. C. Iiutler, U. S. Senntor? m from South Carolina for two terms, in a letter from Washington, 1). C, y itcs to the I'eruna Medicine Co., T lows: I can recommend i'eruna tor (dyspepsia and stomach trouble. I have been using your medicine for 1 a short period and I feei very much I t relieved. It is indeed a wonderful t 1 medicine, besides a good tonic." j CATARRH of the stomach is the cor rect name for most cases of dyspep sia. Only an internal catarrh remedy, such as Peru n a, is availa...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 October 1907

aa a in urn reiMpaawT""""""""""" Local Dribblings. Mr. and Mrs. J. H., Dpwning return ed Sunday from Kansas City. Mrs Wm. King attended a meeting of the Rebecca Lodge in Topeka this week. M. J. Goff will have a' brick walk laid in front of his property on East Juniata Street. A new brick walk has been laid the entire length of the block on the east side of Jno. Brown's and Morris Ban nister's this week. j Joe Meier left Thursday morning for j Paradise where he will relieve the agent for thirty days. His place here is taken by Mr. Bell of Brookville. i Henry McGuire received a carload of Coffeyville brick the first of the week j and at once started laying a number of brick walks which he has contracted over the city. j Mrs. I. M. Yost and son Lin left the first of the week for Kansas City where they will live this winter. Lin will complete his course at Spalding's Commercial College. Mrs. W. B. Brown, who was operat ed on in Kansas City last week is re ported to be rapidly improving ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 19 October 1907

Fn TT if Try V 1 UlLlLd? isffa County's Best Local Paper. VOL. XXV. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, OCTOBER 19, 1907. NO 41). State Historical Society V WIU Catch the Tax Dodger. When the -county assessors go to -work next year they will be armed with three interrogatories that will strike terror to the heart of the man who has been in the habit of getting off with a light assessment. These interrogatories are for use in getting personal property statements and they go right to they point. The property owner may not answer cor rectly, and the assessor may have his suspicions. In that case the as sessor is prepared for just such an emergency. He has the authority under the law passed last winter to call in the neighbors and have them swear to facts concerning the per sonal property of the delinquent neighbor. Then there is another penalty for trying to fool the as sessor. " He is instructed to make a note opposite the name of the man who refuses. to give a complete list of his property, and...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 19 October 1907

:; I gxtt grass. HARRY FREESE. Owner. JOHN FREESE. EDITOR ft BUS. MGR. Entered as second-class matter in the post office at Hays, Kansas. Published every Saturday morning. Established in 1882 by Harry Freese. Independent of any Politics. October 19, 1907. : Editorial Gossip J The days when the hod-carrier was compelled to climb a ladder with his burden are past. A rope and pulley now fills the bill. Some people marry because it is contagious. Others because they can't work in single harness. But the most marry because they fall in love and can't fall out. g It is said that Sec. Taft was re ceived at Hong Kong with nearly as much honors as if he were already elected president. If the democrats could be swayed as easily as the Chi nese, but "About the only change we can see in women's hats since last season is that they have turned the kitchen around so thatit faces the street and put the front porch in the back yard." Millinery note by Deacon House. Sedgwick Pantagraph. We infer that...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 19 October 1907

1 a v if ; V 1. 1 HON. WILLIAM J. BRYAN, ' ... Next Year He May for a Third Time Head the Democratic National Ticket. - -iv.--T., .... ;-&&v v-v- - r - . ' ' ; ' ' - Itepk ..'. :;. :-2f ' . . ., "-'i - iV?S5i ' - V.i::. :V :::-- - .-- - x f' . - mi -' ,: Xi ':::.!K1i.." -:VSV.-J & ,f . CopyJignl. I9u7. '.'.WVn , b ?;.D: ,F-, . 3 - : ..if-: ' t, . - h 'j- . ::;. . .v. V . :i .rr .t--v.wr -....:"." v:. v';. . .'.i ! LOCAL NEWS. I C. M. Holmquist went to Gove Sun day evening. " School children should buy their book at C. A. Harkness Drug Store. Ed and Dolly Scott went to Ells worth Monday night to visit their sister. , Miss Stella West went to Kansas City Saturday night for a week's visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Will Philip left Tues day morning for Kansas City to see the stock show. A fine baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Clements of the Sa line on Monday. Mrs. Maines and daughter Rosa are here from Wichita and will make their home here for the winter. The Cath...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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