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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 18 March 1899

Official paper of Ellis county. h city of Hays. Advocating the best interests ; of Ellis county a:, the time. City of Hays, Kansas. March J 1899. VOL,. 17 NO. 1 H Ait BY FREES EL EDITOB & PUBXJSUKB. $1. a year. The Methodist conference will meet next week and Rev, Jourdan will atteii. I-rflir Monday evening, rJCCtUie March 20th, Rev, T. H. James will rive his lecture on '-In-lia, "what I saw there, tbir manner, customs, etc" at the Methodist church. Admission children 15. adults 20c. Dressmaking - "and'Patiern Exhibition. Miss Nellie Wood is still at Miss Florence BurnbamV millinerv shop giving lessens in the Rhinock En glish Tailor system and guarantees ; satisfaction .' On' next Fridav and Saturday March 24th and 25th she will gladly show its workings to all who call. Shr- is also prepared to do Dressmaking under that sys tem, copying any pattern presen ted, guaranteeing satisfaction, We want to call the attention of our stock men who ship cattle or hogs to th K G. market to t...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 18 March 1899

TELE H5TKEE ?PRBS. HAYS CIT-Y ;KANSA& flfc&XSAS KTEMS OF INTEREST. f The Topeka Elks have given an en" tertainment, .playing1 Romeo . and Ju liet. A -gospel -ear is working along ,.the main line of the Missouri Pacific rail road. ; i: .The iQacorer Modern-'Woodmen will ereet a Jarge building . by-means, p,the lottery iplan. linn eonntyr'oiiilists -firejumping sideways on aecotnt. of. the. prospect of grand jury. - . i "Reduced rates of interest' TLis is a line in the ads-f all Jan..agenji in Kansas today. ' " A Dickinson county .faraaer haule hay to town on a rack that is painted red, white and blue. ; '- :- ' V - Thene will be three renditions, of "The Messiah" at Linclsborg this year: March 29, March 31 am?. April A . City elections -are ' now so close -at .hand that many papers jare offering to print announcements at greduced-rates. Mound City's iigh -school goes- on the list of those -whose graduatesare entitled to enter the State University. Several papers iu Kans&G...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 18 March 1899

Wonderful Htlr. The woman who Is said to possea the longest head of hair In the worli lis Mercedes Lopez, a Mexican. Hei height is five feet, and when she stand erect her hair trails on the ground fou. feet and eight inches. The hair is st thick that she can completely hidi herself In It. She has it cut very fre quently, and It grows quickly, enabling her to sell large tresses to hair dealen every month. Family Extraordinary. ' In the Karl el an manuscript, Nos. 78 and 9S0, in the library of the Briti3h museum, mention Is made of the most extraordinary family that has ever been known In the. world's history. The parties were a Scotch weaver and his wife (not wives), who were the father and mother of 62 children. The majority of the offspring of this pro line pair were boys. .LC Dljrestlve Organs. Chomel knew what tie was talking about, says the Journal of Medi cine, when he said that a man digests as much with his legs as with his stomach, for we know that exercise facilitates nutri...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 18 March 1899

HI H Fl , I have just received the finest line of Carpets, for the price, ever brought to this city. In all the colors and the newest and pretti est designs that can he found in eaoiern stores, tome in ana see arid you will be pleased and sur prised at the low prices. Semces at the Presbyterian church to-morrow, Sunday, morn ing and evening. Last year Ghcorge Palmer bought a section of land near Early's m d just east of H02 Back and fenced for a pasture lor his stock. As the railroad runs across it the R E nave their men this week fencing their track on that section. The Mayor's election procla mation appears in another column, and candidates petitions are float ing around. One names Adkius ror mayor, "Robbms police judrs Bannister clerk, Decker marshal, Mullen street commissioner, wiih treat, Dixon, McLain, Ohant & Wann as the councilmen. Another is known as the "Give the Boys a Chance". and names Fred Haffamier mayor, Frank Hayemann; ir, Willie Car- rick, John Basgall in Wann'...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 March 1899

Official paper of Ellis county. city of Hays. Advocating the best interests -gSv of Ellis coiin' all tho time. 3 VOL. If. NO. 1 HAKRY FREES E. Edttob & Publxsitesi. City of Bays, Kansas. March. 1899. SI. a year. Ed Young? is back from Coffee -ville, having delivered the Taylor horse to the new owners, who are satisfied with their bargain The countv commissioners will hereafter meet on the 1st Monday m April, according to the new law, It used to be the 2d Monday. OCCIDENTAL member- sbou'd remember their quarterly nd Re serve Fund dues are payable next week to keep your policies alive Only 1 assessment so far during this year. Big ilia, as well as little ills of the kidnevs, cannot resist the xrtira the power of Dr Sawyer's Uk--tine. At Farley's. come a Dressmaking and Pattern Exhibition. Mit-s Neilie Wood is still at Miss Florence Burnham's millinery shop giving lessons in the Rhinock En glinb Tailor t-ystem and erunrantees satisfaction Oo next Fridav and Saturday March 24th 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. — 25 March 1899

THE FKEE PRESS. HAHHT PEEEZS, TaVfttOtVU HAYS CITY. KANSAS. KANSAS ITE3IS OF INTEREST ; "Genuine spring1 weather would be a Jweleome -visitor. ; Bethany College at Lindsborg, is taow free from debt. A Stanton county man cashed in. his broom corn crop for $1,500. It is hard to find a Kansas town snow that is not groaning- over a bouse famine. Attorney Callahan of Montgomery jcounty has started a campaign against pointists. t Owing1 to the insufficient tax levy, ithe state treasury is expected to run jdry in May. '. Thirty sheep are killed for the Sun- Iflay dinner of the old soldiers at the (Home at Leavenworth. Ottawa thinks it has reached the (degree of gayety where it can sport kind support a lodge of Elks. i Spinal meningitis is epidemic in Leavenworth county, the disease start" png- January 25th. There have been jfonrteen deaths. ' The construction of the addition to which $75,000 has been appropriated, twill begin May 1. ,'; -Galena is putting us street signs and , having house...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 March 1899

Tli "Sick Man of the East." The Turkish empire has been known for many years as the "Sick Man of the East," and this title was first given to it by Nicholas, czar of Russia. On the night cf the 9th of January, 1S53, the British minister at the Russian court, Sir George Hamilton Seymour, was at a party gathering in the palace of the Archduchess Helen, when tte Emperor Nicholas approached him and drew him into a conversation. This was chiefly with reference to eastern affairs, and in course of it he made the following remark as. to Turkey and its position: ' "We have on our hands a very sick man; it will be, I tell you frankly, a great misfortune if one of these days he should slip away from us. especially before all necessary arrangements are made." On the fol lowing 20th of February he expressed himself again to the British ambassa dor in the same strain: "I repeat to you that the sick man is dying, and we can never allow such an event to taka ns by surpri.se." About Amber. Although...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 March 1899

li IP r 1 have just received the finest line ot Carpets, for the price, ever brought to this city. In all the colors and the newest and pretti est designs that can be found in eastern stores. Come in and see and you will be pleased and sur prised at the low prices. Stainer is having a new plank sidewalk laid in front of his Broad head store room on soute Chestnut Auction sales. Ike Zeigler has decided to have auction sales everv Saturday after noon so if you have anything to sell, horses, farm machinery, or household goods bring in and noti ty him. He is having the lot between his fctore and Arnolds cleared off and will hold the sales there so as not to interfere with others and so ladies can attend . Other towns have these regular weekly sales and prove convenient Petitions are being circulated and signed asking the commission ers to lay out and open up the LaCrosee read from the Hill Wil son residence south, and to build ft bridge across Big creek at foot of Chestnut street, to co...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 1 April 1899

Official paper of Ellis county. & city of Hays. t -11. v - - m x m m r w mr Advocating the best of Ellis count " ivll the interest IT. 1 LJMjMJUl, g Mrs. Kvanis having a Dew fence built Jit her home on eat Juniata The marlhisare back od occu pying the bird boxes on thib office The Cejb Grans elevator is hav ing h new roof - put on and repair ca idside tor occupation Jr.dee Robbins is improving his gardfin bv planting an aspargus bed that lasts for years. George B tnntster has had a pick time of it down in Oklahoma and 13 expected home boon, Loids and loads of lumber are being haulded out by the farmers this spriRg. Lots of building. Millet and Alfalfa. W havo some splendid seed for sale cheap Warranteed pure and the very lest. Geo. Philip de Son Word has come from the west of the dea'h of Mrs James Ma grane, who used to live here, she being a daughter ot Cornalious Carroll. The Johnson vs. Addison land contest was compromised, Johnson with'irawing. Now Joe will put up a house an...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 1 April 1899

THE FREE PRESS. 2AE.2.Y FPJ2EZE, Publisher. HAYS CITY. KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF IXTFRE8T1 There is really nothing in a name. Miss Lizzie Weyler, who lives out in (Dickinson county, was ' happily mar- ried this week. ! A Topeka bride of three months has Tegun to make her husband sweep the iporeh and bring in the clothes after the week's washing. ! Spring is here, according to the time table; but any one with a memory a year long knows that this weather is not the real spring article. j The need of a fire department is felt at Humboldt. No town of 1,700 inhab" jianiB ana over snouiu uc wiiuoui . . 'some means of fighting fire. The proper form of venting malice 'at present is to have your enemy ar , rested on a criminal charge. Kansas 'is doing its share of this, which is na tion-wide. Highland's creamery has been obliged to shut down on account of the condition of the roads. Drivers of milk routes have learned this seas what real grief is. . A Kansas boy who is with the Twen tieth Kans...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 1 April 1899

The more idle tijne people have, the more they gossip and the better they like it- Tell your friend about the meanest man you know, ar.d he will know a j meaner one. It has been an awfully good suit of j clothes that has lasted through the j present winter. I The peopte who fill olTices in heaven j are not elected to them which is one j desirable feature. The loafers and liars of this country are trying to get up a trust and here after work together. People who are over thirty-five years old, shouldn't use the word "timid,"' as applying to themselves. The more effusively polite a man is to women when in their presence, the more brutally he abuses them in private. The winter has been so long that the people have callous spots on their hands caused by stirring up the fire. A Kansas woman is said to be work ing herself to death for her step childred. Who ever heard of that before? The harp" should become more popu lar. The people would approve of it because it is too large to be carrie...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 1 April 1899

I have just received the tines line of Carpets, for the price, ever brought to this city. In all the colors and the newest and pretti est designs that can be found m eastern stores. Come in and see and you will be pleased and sur prised at the low prices. The P M. 8. will meet next Saturday at Mrs, J. H. Ward's. There will bo 3 tickets at our election on Jondav. The Young men or Firemen's: the Citizen's and an IndeDenden with both Dec ker and John .Jarks as Street 'omrmssiojer, J he others read- For mavor. Fred Haffamier, D Rathbone, For conncil, Frtnk Hareman, ir, Treat Fred Schwalier, Dixon. John Baeal. Nick HertMng VVill Uarnck, Brumett. Alex Bisein?, JcLain, Clerk, Banniter, Police Judre, Robbin, Street commissioner B G Sites, E J Julkii Jarshal. G Sites E W Decker, Washington dispatches say that W A Reder. the new congressman of this Bie 8th district will ask to be pat on the committee ot "Irrigation of Arid Lands." Won't that be an honor to this big diatnct! One of the smalles...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 April 1899

Onicial paper of Ellis county. city of Hays. Advocating the best interes of Ellis count the time VOL. NO. IT. 1 HArtRY FREES E. EdITOB & PUBLISHES. City of Hays, Kansas. April 8, 1899. SI. a year. Best Adyesttskq Pates, est Co. Patronized by tte nxitinss Ussn The young folks enjoyed a dance at the hall Wednesday evening, John Collins, the Topeka stu dent who phot and killed bis sjeep ina: father, wa? taken to prison this week on a life sentence. Attorney Kaarey sends us a nest Bar docket ot his new home in Logan county, one criminal and 7 civil cases, court convening nxt Tuesday Mare taken up. A black pony mr came to my farm 4 miles east of Hays, near Elihu Clout's Owner can have by paving expenses and proving property. DAVE KORBY- Being to much sickness, the weighing social at the Union school house is postponed until further notice. Big ills, as well as little ills of the kidnevs cannot resist the cura tire power of Dr. Sawyer's Uka tine. At Farley's. C (J Bnius has received a...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 April 1899

THE FREE PRESS. ttat?.t?.t FSEEZS, Publisher. IIAYS CITY, KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Grand millinery opening's are all the rage in Kansas this week. Already some men are announcing their candidacy for county offices. A Falls City man has had time to j ing for more street lights for a long whittle a violin out of a curly maple time, and their wishes are to be grati board. j fied soon. At Arkansas City there are 2,480 people registered in all; 1,474 men and 1,006 women. Some nice new steel cages have been put up for the accommodation of those who go jailward at Cawker. The real truth about thewheat in southern Kansas is that about fifty per cent of it is a complete failure, it j is said. j Wells-Fargo Express company will j establish an office at Salina and go af ter a share of the business which goes to the Pacific Topeka is in great trouble again. Charlotto Crane's beauty did not cap ture the War department sufficiently to save her lover. Major Hood sends cattle to Kansas Cit...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 April 1899

It Is impossible to destroy courage y plucking' it up. Kaskola is guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia and Indigestion. It contains new remedies that digest starchy food. 15c. All druggists. For bark lice scrape and whitewash the trees. Dropsy treated free by Dr. II. II. Green's Sons, of Atlanta, Ga. The greatest dropsy specialists in the world. Read their advertisement in another column of this paper. Tlve ill-fed waiter is often responsi ble for the poorly fed g-uest. a Salzer's Seed Corn. Does your seed corn test. Bro. Farmer? Salzer's does it's northern grown, early and good for 80 to 150 bu, per acre ! t Send this notice and 16c for 8 corn samples and low prices to John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis. w. n. The publisher of a comic paper should keep all his wits about him. BIG FOUR OFFICIAL RESIGNS ruicoeer Trafne Manager McCoruick does to the Sonthern Pacific E. O. McCormitk, passenger traffic manager of the Cleveland, Cincinatti, Chicago and St. Louis railroad. Big Four, has resi...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 April 1899

1 h we I have just received the finest line of-Carpets, for the price, ever brought to this city. In all the colors and the newest' and pretti est designs that can be found in eastern stores. and you will he prised at the low SEND NO MONEY. Any wader of the Free Press, Ha s Kansas, can secure their choice of a Sterling ejilver bracelet, a good WAtch or n solid frnld Rinr with n ' rannino nio-nnnH sottino- hv lia - I innutiDg mower sf-ea coupons &qod their friends and acquum tances. Send vour name and ad dress with this notice and a 2 cent stamp to the American steed Co. 335 Broadway, Ntw York city, to day, or within one week and U will receive a samr-le packacro of choice seeds, $1 worth ot coupons' and tull particulars. Dr. Sawyer's Little Wide A frakePilis sire purity of bodv and rigor of thought bv perfectly resr- olating the bowels and euro 01 1 oasness. inactive liver and consti ¬ pation. At r alley's. Seed for sale. Can v -Oat's. Millet, Barley & Kaffir corn. J. H.'-'W...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 April 1899

V Official paper of Ellis county. city of Hays. Advocating the bast inter mm of Ellis count' r") the time. VOL. IT HAEBT FREES E- NO. 1 EDITOS & PUM-ZSHTS. City of Hays, Kansas. April 15, 1899. SI. a year. Best ADTZzxzsnra Etrzs is Cs -rl v 4 MM v i x ) V y A litt'e hower cacoe,16lhis sec tion daring '1 hursdaLy night. Willie Brown is having a very si ck spell this week. Will Bieler and wife Mis Ken nedy have rented aad occupy the Brnadbead residence opposite this office and he'a working tor Brosius Rhubard up in our garden j around town while eariv sown M j to, radish and peas tre peeping ' t&rougb he ground Big ill, as well as little ills of tk fcidnevs, cannot resist the cura tiye power of Dr. Sawyer's Uki tia. At Farley's. The new city Council met and organized, e'ected Frank Have man jr. as President, and appoint ed Oeph Grass as city treasurer. ; Attorney Brvant came down from Denver this week to look at-; ter legal business for eome of his eastern clients, ; ! George ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 April 1899

THE FREE PRESS. BA2,P.T FEEEZS, Pulsllsler. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. KAKSAS ITEMS OF IXTFRESt ' "April 4th Kansas was general rain. visited by a J P. C. Phelps, living in the neighbor hood of Irving', has 140 tons of broom corn something' very few men in this conntry hold which he will soon put on the market. Major Metcalf of the twentieth Kan sas, Las been wounded. Metcalf was a good soldier in time of paace, and it seems he is keeping up his reputation in time of war. ' I'here is an apiary at Syracuse from which ten to fifteen tons of honey are taken annually. The bees who do this work must get their supply from alfalfa fields. A farmer in Ilarton county put out some poisoned corn for the purpose of killing prairie dogs. A pigeon ate some of the doped stuff and died. Then a performing dog belonging to a show devoured the pigeon and the hhow is short a dog valued at one hun dred dollars. The Atchison Globe says that al leged fatal errors have been found in the city court laws, which, it ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 April 1899

In tbe matter of usefulness women ranr aaen somewhere along with doormats. State of Ohio, Cjtt qt Toledo, I Lucas ComrrT. . f - Frank J. Cheney makes oath that be is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney &Co.. doing business in the Cit j of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that aaid firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cared by tite use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. I860. (SEAL.) A. V7. O LEA SON. Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, und acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggist. Tic. Hall's family Pills ar the bet- Language conceals some thoughts and renders others conspicuous. HAUNTS IN THE WILD WOODS JLmd Gay Places for Simmer Ootlngrs Either or both, can be found along the lines of the Chicago...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 April 1899

" j W 5 ft - j r it 2a I have just received the finest line ot Carpets, for the price, ever brought to this city. In all the colors and the newest and pretti est designs that can )be found in eastern stores. Come in and see and you will be pleased and sur- prised at me low L JUDO, HAY SEND NO MONEY. Any ruder of the Free Press, Hay s Kansas, can secure their choice of a Strlinr wlver bracelet, a cod watch or a solid gold Ring with a genuine Dianond settine, by dis tributing Flower st-ed coupons among their friends and acquum tanceS Send our name and ud-: dress with this notice and' a 2 e?iti stamp to the American Wd Co. 3J5 Broadway, Auw York citv. to day, r within one week am U will receive a sample rackae of choice seeds, $1 worth ot coupons' and fall particulars. Dr. fiawverV Little Wide A rake Pills rire purity of bodv and vigor of thought bv perfectly res slating the bowfla and cuift bil- OBsnest, inactive liver and consti pating. At Farley's, for sale. Cane, Oats. Millet, Barl...

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