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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 3 March 1900

Official paper of ran a i. Hiiiis county. fe city of Hays. Advocating the best interests of Erllis county aL :he time. VOL. 17. HAH BY FREES E. NO. 1 Editos & Pxjbusses. City of Hays, Kansas. Marb, 3 1900. $1. a year. Best Advebhsinq Pafes in Co Patronized bv tAa nustmst lis. Mrs Mollie Glaribard ot Law rcnce is tre on a visit to her folks Isaac Yost and wife start to day on a miller grain buyers excur sion to Texas and the South to be gone ten days. Prcsbytorian church services will be held here to-morrow (Sunday) both morning and evening. All are invited to attend. Down al Charlie YowalPs on the Smokey his wife, formerly Miss Carter, has presented him a cute pair of twins. Ward & Yost, while awav, will visit Galveston and Port Arthur & see if the;,- cant arrange a better market for o ir next wheat crop The heavy snow completely bloc ked the nikoad through the Har ker hills m-l the big snow plow was hours ononing the track, the trains beinj: delayed many hours. An inter...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 3 March 1900

THE FREE PRESS XL&Z&Y 722LZZ2, Pallis&tr. HAYS CITY. . - - KANSAS KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. ! A South Haven liveryman has lost two teams of horses by theft. Two boys of the neighborhood brolie Into a stoie at Utica, were caught at it and are in jail. Au election is to be held in Hutchin Bon upon the question of establishing a free city library. A Leavenworth county man drew 829 for wolf scalps, from the county treas ury the other day. The Topeka council has passed an ordinance providing for an annual levy of a half mill park tax. The Santa Fe shops in Topeka flung Old Glory to the breeze from every de partment on February 22. Zinc ore has been found in quantities promisng profit at Baxter Springs. It is 125 feet from the surface. The towns of Dickinson county are organizing town improvement societies to commence work in the spring. The Kansas State Iloliness camp meeting is to be held in Wichita again this year, from August 1 6 to 26 inclus ive. . The Masonic grand lodge...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 3 March 1900

t3art a Btwn.. A twentyfive-mll railway -for th Philippines Vaa recently packed In the hold ot ft. Steamship At Saa Franciscox Everything needed for the railroad wm Bent except the ties, which will be ob tained In the Island Tt . nM the railway will be used to extend the thirty miles of railroad now controlled by the American troops. Waite of Ammunition. During the Franco-German war th German artillery fired 340,000 shots, and the infantry 20,000,000. This ter rible hail of shot and bullets, sumcienl to exterminate a nation, resulted in a loss of '45,000 men to the French. Thu. every Frenchman killed Involved "an expenditure of bullets sufficient to kill a regiment. Collier's "Weekly. Italy' Derelopement Italy is developing rapidly as an elec 'trical and manufacturing country. Itf immense water powers are the moving influences. Through the harnessing ol its numerous streams which rush dowt the Alps it can secure enormous pow der at mere nominal cost. The Italian naval authorities ha...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 3 March 1900

1000 Gonvewtiwi. ...... NATIONAL . Social Democracy, Indianapolis, led. March 6 Republican Philadelphia Jane Prohibitionists, Chicago June Populist, Sioux Falls, May 15th. Democratic, Kansas city, Julv 4, STATE Republicans, Topeka, May 16th, Populist, Nat. del. Clay centre J? opulist, state officers Ft. Scott CONGRESSIONAL Republican Hays city J&rch20 Democrat Colby, April 2nd. Populist " 3rd SENATORIAL Republican. Colby, Match 97 Populist, Colby, April 4th. Democratic " ' A full line of 5 & 10 cent counter goods just received at the New York store. Call in and see -us . Will save you money. Dr M Jay Brown Eye, Ear, Nose & tbroat surgeon will be at the Brunswick hotel in Hays Saturday, March 10th prepared to do work in those diseases. See him Clcausos the system, makes new, rich, healthy blood, cures dyspep sia,, kidney and liver ailments, skin diseases and nervous weakness Bergs' Blood Purifier, "Two bot tles cured me ot blood disorder and weakness," says Airs, Beil M. ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 10 March 1900

Official paper of Ellis county. city of Hays. Advocating the best interests of Ellis county aii the time. VOL. 17. HAH BY FREES E. NO. 1 Editor & Potlotbs. City of Hays, Kansas. March 10, 1900. $1. a year. Best Advektisinu Paper 3o. Patronised bv the ou?.ne Jtff. Mr?. EE Cole leaved to -day for a trip east and visit friends in j Illinois. i ! Mr. L Thalheimer of Denver, who tM3 b ea east and on her wa home, is here visiting her sister, Mrs. Ban. It v t. Id that Charlie Reerfer i a candidate for County attorney before the republican convention next -aturday. Herry end Charlie Hoff bonght two carloads of young cattle in the E C stock yards last week and sent hre and put on their farms Exclusive agents for G. D . Gorsets and Chi cago Waists. Best on EaSth. For sale at the New York Store. The State convention of the Sil ver ft ouhliaans to elect delegate to tht ; National convention at K C wil bo held m TopekaJuly 2d. They -ill hold no convention to name ate officers but their com m...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 10 March 1900

THE FREE PRESS, SASSY FEZEZE, FaUlshtr. BAYS CITY, KANSAS KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. j A South HaTen liveryman has lost two teams of horses by theft. Two boys of the neighborhood broke Into a stoie at Utica, were caught at it and are in jaiL Au election is to be held in Ilutchin eon upon the question of establishing a free city library. A Lieavenworth county man drew 29 for wolf scalps, from the county treas ury the other day. The Topeka council has passed an ordinance providing for an annual levy of a half mill park tax. The Santa Fe shops in Topeka flung Old Glory to the breeze from every de partment on February 22. Zinc ore has been found in quantities promisng profit at Baxter Springs. It is 123 feet from the surface. The towns of Dickinson county are organizing town improvement societies to commence work in the spring. The Kansas State Holiness camp meeting is to be held in Wichita again this year, from August 16 to 26 inclus ive. I -?he Masonic grand lodge convened in Topeka, F...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 10 March 1900

BaTiwBjr CSam-tod glostmcr. twenty-five-mile railway for Ore Philippines was recently packed in the liold of a steamship at San Francisco. Everything needed for the railroad wag sent except the ties, which will be ob tained in the islands. It is said that the railway will Tie used to extend the thirty miles of railroad now controlled by the American troops. Waste of Ammunition!. During the Franco-German war th German artillery fired 340,000 shots, and the infantry 20,000,000. This ter rible hall of shot and bullets, sufficient to exterminate a nation, resulted in a loss of 45,000 men to the French. Thus every Frenchman killed Involved an expenditure of bullets sufficient to kill a regiment. Collier's Weekly. Italy's DeTolopement Italy is developing rapidly as an elec trical and manufacturing country. Itf Immense water powers are the moving influences. Through the harnessing ol its numerous streams which rush dowx the Alps it can secure enormous pow er at mere nominal cost. The Itall...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 10 March 1900

1900 Conventions. ...... NATIONAL Social Democracy, Indianapolis, Ind. March C Republican Philadelphia June 'Prohibitionists, Chicago June opulist, Sioux Falls, May 15th. Democratic, Kansas city, Julv 4. STATE Republicans, Topeka, May 16th, Populist, Nat. del. Clay centre Populist, state officers Ft. Scott CONGRESSIONAL Republican Hascitv -3i.rch 20 Democrat Colby, April 2nd. Populist " " 3rd SENATORIAL Republican, Colby, Maich 27 Populist, Colby, April 4th. Deinociatic A full line of 5 & 10 cent counter goods just received at the New York store. Call in and see us. Will save you money. Dr M Jay Brown Eye, Ear, Nose & throat surgeon will be at the Brunswick hotel m Hays Saturday, March 10th prepared to do work in those diseases. See him. Cleansos the system, makes new, rich, healthy blood, cures dyspep sia, kidney and liver ailments, skin diseases and nervous weakness Beeps' Blood Purifier, "Two bot ties cured me of blood disorder and weakness," says Mrs. Beil- M. Miller, Ke...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 March 1900

Offi cial' pape; of Ellis county. city of Hays, - Advocating the best interests of Ellis county ah ae time, VOL. 17. " HAKBY FEEESE. NO. 1 EDITOK &'PUBXJ3B22. City of Hays, Kansas. March 17, 1900. SI. a year. ?fst Advertising Papeb IN v-O. Patronized bv the u vsm Af. V- v V V r I f: for Bill Keeder, Senator Harris, Miller, Curtis & the Kansas delegation. Ft. Hays Reservation An Agricultural and a Normal' college and an appropriation. "jVIayor H;fl.iniier has received a disp uch from Congressman Keeder, and editor Freeso from Senator Harris that our Reserva tion bill h: at last passed the HOUSE, having already passed tne Senate, aiid will be signed by tho irrebid-'ut in a tew days. Hill Wils in rriles mayor Haf amcier thai ixv Staolev has ac cepted hi invitation on behalf of the Kosprvation committee and will be here for the conveniton & drive over to the Reservation. . iiega's cherry cough syrup cur ed rae when I thought 1 was going to die of consumption,' writes I H .Li...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 March 1900

THE FREE PRESS, HAE2.Y FBEEZS, PnUIsitr. HAYS CITY, KANSAS KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. ' Kincaid has a fund of 81,000 which "will be spent in prospecting1 for gas. - , The ladies of Downs have taken the Initiative in organizing an improvement society. Fleasanton may have a salting sta tion for one of the great pickling com panies. . . Public libraries are increasing. Ster ling is greatly interested in the matter just now. Western' Kansas farmers are shipping baled alfalfa to Texas at the net price of $6 per ton. The 322 state banks and 04 private banks of Kansas had on deposit on Feb ruary 13 827,229,517.47. There is talk of calling a grand jury in Sumner county, where there has not been one for thirteen years. The establishment of the binding twine plant at the Kansas penitentiary took 100 men out of the mine. The State Normal Mandolin club is negotiating for five months' service at Manitou Springs this summer. The largest cow in Kansas is owned by Dick Clack, of Gay lord. She weighs...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 March 1900

Th tare f Vota bye. Keep a shade oa your lamp or gas burner. Avoid all sudden changes Te tweea light and darkness. Never wad by twilight, moonlight, or on cloudy days. Never read or sew directly In front of the light of -window or door. It is best to let the light fall from above obliquely over the left shoulder. Do not use the eyesight by light so scant that it requires an effort to dis criminate. Never sleep so that on first awakening the eyes shall open on the light of a window. Never begin to read, write or sew for several minutes after coming from darkness to light. The moment you are instinctively prompted to rub your eyes, that mo ment stop using them. If the eyelids re glued together on waking up, do 5iot forcibly open them, but apply sali va with the finger it is the speediest dilutant in the world then wash your eyes and face in warm water. A Varying Population. New Jersey has a sliding population. Of the 2,000,000 (estimated) souls there are that many within the borders 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. — 17 March 1900

f A ' d" i'- -' Entertainment and H x t-ij.j ev will be given at tiQbc;! District. 6,(Known as the Brmit'y difctrict) Friday t March, i23 1P00. - -'. . - ' EvtM-vhotlv come see the, inr Pictures." Hear the, 'Latest : t?rv Vif-it the. "Old CurositT fciu.p" and 4Meijaerie" and hear the latest music on the Gramo phone. Tke Senatorial contest in this district seem to hare narrowed dowrn to Charles Erans, of Hoxie, Chatt. Buschow. ot 'Colby, and Dr. Jonc, f Wabeeney, as the repub lican candidates. In the 40th district of 3 counties each Una .a. candidate, E V Peter sob ot Morton. A F Morse of Phil lin and w H Nelson of Smith, Sq no walk-over Dan Hart, the Popu'iat is now tbfl -senator frm tait district. We hope to ee the Reservation committee take . these candidates, as also the Senatorial candidates from the other two districts and show them especial attention by ehomog them the beauties and advantages of the Seserration. A bull wanted. A good, young, short horn bull. Address stating pr...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 March 1900

Official paper of Ellis county. & city of Hays. Advocating the best interests of Ellis county a! je time. VOL. NO. 17 1 HARRY FREES E. EdITOB & PU2XJS2E3. City of Bays, Kansas. March 24 1900. $1. a year. Best Ajjveetisino Papeb in 'o. Patronized by trie ylnifiMry n for Bill Keeder, Senator Harris, Miller, Curtis & the Kansas delegation. Ft. Hays Reservation An Agricultural and a Normal college and an appropriation. By invitation ol Iho Reservation committer Gov Stanley cams out Tuesday t-.nd inspected tho Reser vation, Wiis surprised to see such a beautiful body of land, declared the Stain Uad captured a grrat prize ar.d notified tho committee that ho would accept it as soon as he was notified the President had sisrned tho bill and it was a larr. President A. R. Taylor was ex pected Monday eve and the com mittee had a carriage there to meet him but be was delayed until tho next evening Wednesday, accom panied by iSchlyer, inspected the buildings, then drove from the rock...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 March 1900

THE FREE PBESS, HABEY ZTHZEZZ, Fnttis&sr. HAYS CITY, KANSASk ZZAXSA& ITEMS OS INTKBESXi Jifiix agents for picture enlarging firms worked Pratt the same day. Eugene Debs spends four days this treek in southeastern Kansas. , The stock yards at Kirwin are to be Enlarged by the Missouri Pacific Burglars robbed a store at Beagle, sear Paola, of goods valued at 8100. The cash in the vaults of the state treasury amounts to nearly one million dollars. Galena vcas visited by safeblowers, who robbed 1 safes at a depot and at a butcher shop. Fruit prospects are reported very good in Kansas now; especially for peaches and apples. A shooting scrape occurred in a bil liard hall at White Cloud and the peo ple closed the place up. There is now paid monthly at Cherry vale nearly 850,000 in wages to work men in manufacturing plants. Bishop Hennessey was in the county ihis week to locate three new Catholic churches in Sedgwick county. A Smith Center man had a team; one if the horses died; a pu...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 March 1900

aiw . mn Advising The Powers In Control Of Cuba. V WAY TO ASSIST DEBTORS. i Havana, March 27. An order will issue early next week giving the may ors much more extensive powers than they formerly had, quite irrespective of the civil governors. By its terms, permits for amusements and public meeting's are to be applied for to the mayors, and the police administration and other civil affairs of the munic ipality will likewise be exclusively under mayoralty control. The order goes into effect immediately upon be ing issued, without waiting for the election. ! The Society of Planters visited the senators' commission an 1 requested aid in the effort to procure a lowering of duties on Cuban sugar sent into the United States and upon machinery imported into Cuba. They asked also for increased facilities in the matter of immigration and or help in settling the question of liabilities of land Jebtors. The committee presented a report on this last point, asking the senators to forward it to Wa...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 March 1900

UPSEBMonswBBisswsM i 1900 Conventions. ...... NATIONAL ...... Social Democracy, Indianarolis, Ind. March 6 Scpubhcan Philadelphia June Prohibitionists, Chicago June Populist, Sioux Falls, May 15tfa. Democratic, - Kansas city, J uly 4. STATE Bfpubhcans, Topeka, May ICth, Populist, Nat. del. Clay centre Populist, state officers Ft. Scott CONGRESSIONAL Democrat Colby, April 2nd. Fopttliit " 3rd SENATORIAL EepubJican. Colby, Match 27 Populiat, Colby, April 4th. Democratic 44 ' CleansM the system, makes new, nth, healthy blood, cures dyspep sia, kidna and liver ailments, skin ditaaies and nervous weakness Cef t' Blood Purifier, "Two bot tles cm red me of blood disorder and weaknef," says Mrs. Beilo IL Miller, Kensett, Ark, Farly's INTEREST CEASES. on Citv Warrants ot city of Hays, Kansas. Notice is hereby given that the city of Hays has the monev on band and is prepared to pay the following Register number war rants, to wit: N. 1052, No. 1067, No. 1079 1058 1061 1055 1077 1068 1076 1078 ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 7 April 1900

Offi cial paper of Ellis county. city of Hays. Advocating the bast interest ot Ellis county a- lie time, VOL. NO. IT. 1 HAKRY FREES E. EDITOB & Pl7BXJ3aE3. City of Hays, Kansas. April 7 1800. $1. a year. Best Advertising Pafeb nf Co. Patronised by t14 & ufincss Jlen, Ft. Hays Reservation An Agricultural and a Normal college The Bill was promptly signed by the President and is new in the hands of the Governor and ready for his action as we said last week. It now belong 8 to Kansas if our 6 ovemonr and Legislature want it and Accept it He will soon issue a procla mation taking charge of the same as is required by the Joint Resolu which Kepresentative John dchlyer got thro' the Legislature: "Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives, Thatia case tbFt Hays militarv reserva tion is turned over to the State of Kansas hy the Government of the United states, that the Governor is herebv instructed and empower ed to take such steps s in his judgment may bo depmed necessa ry ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 7 April 1900

THE FifcEE PRESS. SASSY FBSSZS, Pfcttlsitr. HAYS CITY, KANSAS KANSAS ITEMS OF ESTEKKST. Alton has a new creamery just com-, Jpleted and at work. i Dickinson county people hope to se cure two rural delivery routes, j Colonel Ilolliday paid taxes for a fcumber of years amounting to 810,000. The Santa Fe tracks between Flor ence and Winfield will be ballasted in April. - All over Kansas the girl graduates this year are more than twice the num ber of boy graduates. The state military board has ordered new companies of militia mustered at Sabetha and Sterling. Martin M. Jones, who lives near Can ton, is said to be the oldest pensioner in Kansas. He is past 94. Clarence Rarik, of Osborne county, has passed the required examinations and will enter West Point in June. At the Presbyterian church in Iola a collection was taken up for the starv ing in India. It amounted to 8139. Lieut. Commander C E. Vreelands, who was executive officer of Admira Dewey's flagship, is visiting his mother in Bur...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 7 April 1900

f Old as the Hills re the pains and aches of ;RQECHATISH NEDRALGIA SCIATICA Cure as taxes is the cure of tnem by t Jacobs At 16 a girl declares she will marry only for love, and at 26 she proceeds tc fall in love with a rich man. You have heard ol Swanson's E DROPS Rheumatic Cure, still you are suffering from Rheumatism and other diseases that this remedy so surely cures. Many of your friends have ad vised you to use it, and yet you hesi tate before giving it a trial. Why de lay any longer, and why waste any more money and time? You will cer tainly find what you have sought in "vain for, and we are confident it will do for you what it has done for others similarly afflicted. " If all knew what thousands know of the efficacy of 5 Drops as a curative as well as pre ventive of anv ache or pain known to the human body, there would not be a family in all America without a bottle of Swanson's 5 DROPS Rheumatic Cure. You can try it for the small amount of 25c, on receipt cf same will send ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 7 April 1900

1U00 CtntVtfUions. ...... .ATIOXAL XUpubticau ' h'tUdelphia June rrohibitiomata, Chicago Jane Populist, Sioux Fall, May 15th, Democratic, Kansas city, July 4 STATE Republicans, Tepeka, May 16th, Jforralist, Nt. del. Clay centre Fawaliat, itata omcers Ft. Scott Populists held their convention Saturday and elected the following to go to their convention Delegates, Alternates. State. Clay Centre, Apl 25 Harry Freese, Fred Close Danl McCarthy, John Gerkcn T A Parker, & L Bowlby STATE. Ft Scott, July 24th, To nominate State officers, B F Replogle, Harry Freese J? J Close Nat. Andreas Henry Tyler, Paul Dinges, David Rath bone, John Gerken Democrats held their convention last Saturday; and elected delegates to their conventions. To the State conveniion at Wichita May 23d they seat Schlyer, Judd, Billenger A P Brungardt, Basgall, Philip Jacobs, V K Thomas. Ju.cM.ahon. To Fort Scott, July 24th to nominate state officers Philip Jacobs, Judd, Dean, Waldo Jake Biasing, Shutts. Mnlroy, Bas g...

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