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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 April 1900

Official paper of Ellis county. city ofgHays. Advocating the best interests of Ellis county aL ihe time. VOL. 17. NO. 1 HAURY FBEESE. Editob & Publishes. City of Rays, Kansas. Aprilt!4, 1900. SI. a year. Best ADVEEnsiNa Pafeb in Co, Patronized bv tu. sine Jt.m Movin2 and many advertise ment8 interferes with our local col umnsto-iay but we give vou a lov Jy Easter page to read on Sunday, The snow made the traveling har nble but was a blessing on the grain fiol Is. Monday w as a delightful day & quite a number turned out or sent lnlp to help clean up the cemetery grounds. Tuesda- brougnt this Beet ion a gne rain folio wet ty a fpqt of Snow, frecziag at night apd soma tear the fruit buds are killed. Dr. B .f Patterson of Reiford, Thomas county, Kansas is In OUT city with rhe intention ot locating, fje i a surgeon of considerable repute and will, w fjoubt, find plenty of work t do He yil have his office with Dr Wilson on porth Main strtet. Sorghum seed I have some fine sorghum s...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 April 1900

THE FREE PRESS. F22EZS, PuMIs&tr. HAYS CITY, KANSAS, KANSAS ITEMS OF IXTKBEST. El Dorado voted to build a S2.",000 school building-, by a vote of S91 to 384. Topeka voted against the park bonds "by a tie vote. A two-thirds vote was required. There are 407 steps to climb from the ground to the top of the Kansas state house dome. The Iola postofSce has reached figures in the business that entitle the town to free delive'. Balzar Geotz, of Victoria,- was found dead on his own doorstep. lie had been murdered. The Congregational Sunday scljool in Eureka raised S100 for the famine sufferers in India. Charles Gall, a Sedgwick county farmer, died this week at the Osawato mie Insane asylum. James Crooks was the first Wilson county farmer to order binding twine from the penitentiary. Eddie Haire, 11 years old, lost his life near AVoodbine, while burning stalks. He was alone. The Wamego Agriculturist tells about several wealthy farmers who arc looking for residences. What is thought to be ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 April 1900

STAGE KISSES ARE GENUINE. And They Have to Be Sufficiently Fervid, Too. They must have an impulsive man ner. They must look sufficiently fer vid, says the Ladies' Home Journal. It is a curious sight that of two players who are to express the ardent love which Fhakespeare has written for his "Romeo and Juliet," but who at re hearsals, in modern clothes and no ac cessories of glamour, practice a kiss as mechanically and unfeelingly as thcet it were as it Is then utterly devoid of sentiment. There must be no b 3lt'ion nor clumsiness. Romeo is not permitted to decide whether to throw both arms around his sweet heart or only one, or which. Nor may Juliet shy or forward, fielding or resisting, as she chooses. The director will place their arms for them if they do net themselves make a picturesque exhibit of tenderness. AM the kiss? Shall it be delivered by the wooer on the Hps of the won, or on brow or cheek? That question is considered and settled. Are kisses on the stage genuine? Well, ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 April 1900

-4-. -'Ui i- tjM'biicJ.-. ? voe'ti'hv. J't'-: i'i hiliti tte Chicago June l';.VL5:rt, J-ioux Falls, May 15tb. D-:dii . Kansas city, July 4. f ATE Republicans, Topeka, May 16th, JPopulist, Nat- del. Clay centre Populist, state officers 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 DanI McCarthy, John Gerken T A Parker, S L Bowlby STATE. Ft Scott, July 24th, To nominate State officers, B F Replogle, Harrv Freese J Clo.se 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 2&d they sent Schlyer, Judd, Billenger A P Brungardt, Basgall, Philip Jacobs, W K Thomas. McMahon. To Fort Scott, July 24th to nominate state officers Philip Jacobs, J add, Dean, Waldo Jake Bissing, Shutts. Mnlroy, Bas gall, Bruel, Loredisch...

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 April 1900

Official paper of Ellis county. city of JEIays, Advocating the best interests of Ellis county u, the time. VOL. NO. 17. 1 HAKSY FREESE. Editob & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. ApriL2! 19G0. 11. a year. Best Adveetisino Pates Co. Patronised by the n usinesa Men, i iS i Jacob Orth is the new trustee ot Pleasant hill townsnip. Mrs Ed Beach has been having a very sick spell but is now on the mend. No preaching m the Presbyterian church to morrow, Rev Brown be ing at Wakeeney. iuite a number ot toe voung folks from Ellis came up to dance Monday evening. Dan McCarthy and family are counting on a short visit to friends in norm east Kansas next wees. Ignatz Bergard, of Hays found his lost bay mare & colt, advertis cd last week in this paper way out at the Bemis ranche near the Sa line. Our litt'e adver9 always sue ceed in finding them. We are sorry to record the ad death of the 7 year old child, (their baby) ot Wm Ryan after a short illness. They have tho sympathy of our whole com...

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 April 1900

THE FREE PRESS, S.ftlwtT F21S223, Publisher. HAYS CITY, - - KANSASL KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Citizens of Great Bend braj about their handsome park. w The coal miners at Burlingame have, organized a labor exchange. 'Aid for India, both in cash and corn, is being gathered all over Kansas. Lightning- killed a foar horse team at Anthony, the driver being unhurt. A wife of 19 years of age committed suicide in Iola. Xo reason for the act is known. The members of the state board of , health have all been reappointed for another term. Smith Center high school has a class of twelve ready to graduate; ten of them are girls. Judge Stillwell opened court at Erie but na lawyers appeared. They had all gone fishing. The bank commissioner is straighten ing up the affairs of the Citizens bank of Yates Center. Mrs. Myrtle Cade, of Osborne, died from the effects of poison contained in canned tomatoes. Everybody in Baldwin helped to wipe out the debt standing against the col ored M. E. church. Horses ...

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 April 1900

SENATORS BYJRECT IE. The House Nearly Unanimous For The Measure. THE RESOLUTION IN FULL. Washington, April 16. The house by a vote of 240 to 15 adopted a resolu tion for a constitutional amendment providing for the election of United States senators by direct vote of the people. Fourteen Republicans and one Democrat voted against it. By the terms of the resolution the amend ment to be submitted to the legisla tures is as follows: "The senate of the United States shall be composed of two senators from each state, who shall be elected by a direct vote of the people thereof, for a term of six years, and each senator shall have one vote. A plurality of the votes cast for -candidates for sena tor shall be sufficient to elect. The electors in each state shall have the qualifications requisite for electors of the most numerous branch of the state legislatures, respectively. . "When a vacancy happens by death, resignation, or otherwise in the repre sentation cf any state in the senate, the ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 April 1900

Th FUMERS HOME, oppo c the Oenot. will alwas serve! Mte Frtsh 0 stos for Dinner on Sat- urcaj ; Iv! eals 20 cents. ! rrj-.-. Mcod Purifier makes sick - is.t)!e well' Jiss Jeyer, Trmidb!. Col. savs: "my blood Nil ol stem seemed all out of or der, but nince taking Begg's Blood PoriS-r nay general health has been much inirroved It is a good med icine for you. At Farley's Insure YOUR WHEAT. Read the notice of C. W, and Fred Miller on Hail Insurance. Remember that in a Mutual com pany you give a NOTE and are ha ble to any assessment made and when you are notified of 75 losses for $8,000 by names ot farmers all over the state how do you know they are true persons or only some name made up and the offi cers pocketing the amount. But when you insure in a cash company with plenty of assets, pay so much cash for so much in surance it you have a loss you are sure to get your money. Wm, Orr, Newark, Ohio, says: "We never feel safe without One minute cough cure m the house, It saved my little bo...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 April 1900

Official paper of Ellis county. & city ofHays. Advocating: the best interests of Ellis county the time. VOL. 17. HAKEY FREES E, NO. 1 EdITOK & PUBLISHES. City of Hays, Kansas. April 28s 19.00. $1. a year. Best Advebtxsinq Pafes in Co. Patronized by the business Men. Another rain yesterday, Court adjourned to July 11th, Mr. Wann received the sad news of the death of his father at Sahna Our Ice is the purest, our price the .Lowest, ive us Your order, THOS, CARRICK, The Free Press has secured ocean passage to Europe for George ir and Willie Philip on the splendid steamship 'St Paul' that leaves Xi. Y, Julv 4th and elides over the 3000 miles of ocean in 6 days. The 35th annual convention of the Kan. Sunday school association will be held at Atchssnn May 8th, 9th & 10th One fare for the round trip with lodging & break fast free, and every sundav school can have a delegate, The proceeds of the Recital will be for church benefit. New sons and other new features have ben add...

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 April 1900

THE FREE PRESS. SLIEST F2ESZS, Puttiaier. f HAYS CITY, KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. The Fifth district W. C. T. U. met in annual session at Abilene last week. Some Kingman county farmers held a meeting and decided to -establish a creamery. Len Glanville, of Hutchinson has fallen heir to a valuable estate near Utica, N. Y. Secretary Barnes of the state horti cultural society says that fruit pros pects are good. During March the Kansas peniten tiary received 81 convicts and only 27 were discharged. Montgomery county has more money on hand than the lav allows to be de posited in banks. There were seventy-one volunteers for the Spanish war who were Kansas University men. The Barton county fair association has applied for a charter. It has a cap ital stock of $10,000. Daniel Fultz, a Sumner county farmer was killed by a dehorned bull which he was trying to halter. Fred. L. Diggs, a son of Anna L. Diggs, was elected mayor of Perry, Kas., on a "wet ticket." Vaughan McKee, who enlisted...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 April 1900

toy I X i 1 What a story of suffering that one word tells. It says: "I am all tired out. It seems to me I can hardly take another step. 1 haven t a particle of ambition. I can't do half the work I feel I must do. I am weak, nervous, depressed. discouraged. 99 Now you know what the trouble is, you certainly know the cure, a perfect Sarsaparilla. "Sarsaparilla" is simply the name of the medicine, for in a perfect Sarsaparilla there are a great many remedies. Some act by taking out the bad; others, by putting in the good. You want a Sarsaparilla that will make your blood pure tins spring, a sarsaparilla that will make it rich and strong, a Sarsaparilla that is a powerful nerve tonic. You want the strongest and best Sarsaparilla that can be made. Thai's "The only Sarsaparilla made under the persona! supervision of three graduates: a graduate in pharmacy, a graduate in chemistry, and a graduate in medicine." " Last July my oldest daughter was taken sick, and I was on my feet, it seemed t...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 April 1900

Tip FAKMEES HOME, oppo site the Depot, will always serve Frefh Oysters for Dinner on Sat urcaj' . 4 Meals 20 cents. Beg?' Blood Parifier makes sick people well' Jiss Jeyer, Trinidad, Col. says: "my blood and system seemed all out of or der, bat since taking Begg's Blood Parifier my general health has been much improved. It is a good med icine for you. At Farley's Insure YOUR WHEAL Read the notice of C W, and Fred Miller on Hail Insurance. Remember that in a Mutual com pany you give a NOTE and are ha ble to any assessment made and when vou are notified of 75 losses for $8,000 by names of farmers all over the state now ao you know they are true persons or only some names made up and the offi cers noeketinc the amount. But when you insure in a cash comrjanv with Dleatv of assets. . . - pay so raucn casn ior so mncii in surance it you have a loss you are sure to get your money. Wff Shipman. Beardsley, Minn under oath, says he suffered f iom dvsneDsia for 25 vears. Doctors and dieting ga...

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 May 1900

Official paper of Ellis couriy. city of Hays, Advocating the best interests of Ellis county aL die time. VOL. 17. HARRY FREES E, NO. 1 EDITOB & PUBLISHES. City of Hays, Kansas. May 5) 1900. SI. a year. Best Advertising Paper in Co. Patronised by the u usinesa Men , Mrs Ed M adden has gone east on a visit. Ira Burke hns bought a farm north ot his fathers home. The feather bed party have left for otner fields ot labor. Assessor Robinson is completing nis round ot work this week. JVTrs. James H Reeder has gone T-- east on a nsit. - Mrs, Brin is now enjoymsr the pleasures of a new bicycle. Henry Tholen and Henry Fox trom the east end of the county were in town on Thursday, Down at AI Robinson's they are rejoicinsr over the arrival of a baby girl, And at Alex Meier's of a baby bov. Mrs, f eth Deckei of St Louis, on her way to Denver, stopped off here to visit Mr. Dr. Snvder. This week we made a homestead entry on 0 11 17 tor a man by tho narao of Coerni from Switzer land, who will pl...

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 May 1900

THE FREE PRESS, HAEJIY TZEZZZ, Putllsiar. HAYS CITY, KANSAS KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Burglars robbed the money drawer a meat market in Abilene. Ninety per cent of the real estate in Abilene is now owned by Abilene peo ple. Independence has taken the initial steps to become the owner of the water works there. Robert C. Johnston, of Lawrence, a dealer in Anp-ora croats, has now a herd of 1,500 of them. George Hussey, of Ottawa county, lias brought from Illinois, a ?400 Here ford to put in his herd. Pittsburg is to have a corporation which will manufacture paving blocks, hollow brick and pottery. The Leavenworth Congregational church has a band of forty boys hard at work on military tactics. Three colored girls are members of the class which will graduate from the Sabetha high school this season. Edward Ilinote, a young man, was trying to ford South Fork Creek in Chase county, and was drowned. Horse and mule buyers for both the American and British war departments are just now scourin...

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 May 1900

THEY CALL IT PLAGUE. (Fifty Thousand People In Terro: -150 are Dead; 250 Sick. Bntte, Montana, April 27. A strangle jmalady, which the health board be ilieves is a new form of pneumonia, but which the panic-stricken people of this city call a plague, has killed more than 150 persons since the middle of March. .There are now 250 ill with the disease, which has proved fatal in nearly every instance. Those who are able are fleeing- from the city. Among the victims of the strange di sease are Harry P. Lee a prominent min ing1 authority of Denver; J. P. Adams, a Colorado capitalist; J. P. O'Brien, a pewspaper writer from Philadelphia; T. Kline, of New York and Albert Powers, of Virginia City, Nev. In most instances the lungs are ap parently the first affected. There are frightful pains in the head and great difficulty in respiration. Then the heart is attacked, and death follows quickly. Most persons in Butte are convinced that the plague was brought from the Philippines by returning tai...

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 May 1900

V, rape Wine- iiade ii!u Concord grapes and warranted pure and not intoxica tiii?. Sold only for family use & medicinal purposes. Not expen sive Try pome fit. Will deliv er Hays if desired. For prices see or address CHARLES HOFF, Turkville, Kan. The Saturday Afternoon Club meet this, Saturday, May 5th, at Mrs Ed iiea's with this program: Paper, Age of Louis XIV. Mrs Freese Paper. Great Cartoonists f Mrs. Ward. Music. Mrs Freese. Paper. Modern Surgery, Miss, Wadsworth' Discussion: Mrs Griffith, Miss. Sutton. Mrs. Freese . The FARMERS HOME, oppo Fite the Depot, will always serve Fresh Oysters for Dinner on Sat urdays'. Meals 20 cents, Begsj's Blood Purifier makes sick people well Jliss Meyer, Trinidad, Col. savs: "my blood and system seemed all out of or der, but since taking Begg's Blood Purifier my general health has been much improved'. It is a good med icine for you. At Farley's Insure YOUR WHEAT. Read the notice of C. W, and Fred Miller on Hail Insurance. Remember that in a 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. — 12 May 1900

Official paper of Ellis county. city of Hays. vl' -i ViTv Advocating the best interests of Ellis county a'i the time. VOL. 17. NO. 1 HABBY JFEEESE, Edtjos & Publishes City of Hays, Kansas. May 12, 1800. $1. a year. Best Advestzsinq EAnsjiN Co; Patronized by the uusimss Hen, : 9 r V Dan Rauch has some laying hens for sale cheap. Baker Sites is walking lame as a harrow was the strongest. A son of Jonah Nalton ran a nail in his foot causing a bad sore. The new Band have already sac ceeded in learning 4 pieces & play them quite well. Our Ice is the purest, our price the Lowest, Give us Your order, THOS, CABRICK, A. terrific storm passed over this county Sunday night fairly flood mg the streets and property. The boys have hauled rock and manure and closed up the break in the Carrick dam and will soon have another fine body of water south of town. Ike Zeigler, when his new store room is completed, will move his dry goods store in there, using the present room for a grocery depart ...

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 May 1900

t .t - THE FREE PRESS, gftTVRY FSSEZS, TvXHUhUm HAYS CITY, - KANSAS", KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Forty-three jointists were arrested ia Topeka in April. ' A traction engine is used in Ottawa to pull the road grader. The St. Mary's Catholic church made clear 81,500 at a church fair. Phillipsburg complains of the water 'which is furnished to consumers. The graduating class in the Fort Scott high school has six hoys and 18 girls. The Kansas State Social Science Fed eration held a three days' meeting in Winfield, beginning May 1. During a recent storm at Fort Scott lightning damaged the Catholic church and several other buildings. Work on sinking a new coal mine has commenced between Leavenworth and the penitentiary at Lansing. Evelyn Louise Lease, late of "Wichita, won the prize at the annual debate in the Normal college in New York. -The penitentiary report shows that 32 convicts were received during April and 25 prisoners were discharged. The board of education of Emporia has let cont...

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 May 1900

r, FTisnStlve People's Weapons FonnA In the large amount of valuable ma terial which Cs.pt. Cromer has brought back with him from an Island in Hud son's hay are many curious imple ments and weapons. The huge bone earrings with long pendants are primi tive Jewelry indeed. There are bows atf& arrows with flint points or heads, afitt harpoons of bone similarly point ed . with stone. Combs carred out of ivory, walrus tusks, and many curious ivory ornaments and earrings are rare; pipes made of stone, bone nee dies, sinew threads,' rawhide dog .whips, arrow heads wrapped in intes tine, and carried in this fashion to re place those that might be lost in the chase. They also carve in slate and etone, and some of the quaint little figures of polar bears, musk ox, rein deer and walrus, as well as of human beings, are interesting. There is pever any sympathy for a fat woman, cr for a fat man of any kind. Some people are down on their neigh bors because they are unable to come up to them. B...

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 May 1900

Dur'cg Tuee'lay night soznedeV' il !r keoTif r ihe back windows of th Ntr, yrh store & crawl ed Stole .-501110 clotblDff, nCC tie. H)d trionev, and went out the bac k uoi.r With a loaded gun the next night prowler will get a big Hntn fmm n watcnman wno win row rratch there. A reward has been offered, $25. reward. will be paid for the arrest and con Ticuon oi me person wau urue into our store Tuesday night. H. S. BORN & Co. Grape Wine- Made from Concord grapes and warranted pure and not intoxica ting. Sold only for family use & medicinal purposes. Not expen sive. Try some f it. Will deliv er Hays if desired For prices see or address CHARLES HOFF, Turkviile, Kan. O egg's Blood Purifier makes sick people weir Jtfiss Merer, Trinidad, Col. savs: "my blood and system eeemed all out of or der, but since taking Begg's Blood Jfurmer my general health has been much improved1. It is a good med icine for Toy. At Farley's Insure YOUR WHEAT. Read the notice of C. W. and Fred Miller on...

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