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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 13 July 1901

Ill PROTEfT SETILER8T SoonersWill Be Subject to Certain Arrest ?nd Imprisonment. WILL HAVE NO FEE TO PAV. Wichita July 8. Dennis T. Flynn was interviewed at the Santa Fe sta tion here. When he was asked what the men who are threatening to take claims in the Kiowa land regardless of the prcsidi nt's proclamation or its pro visions, would succeed in doing, he said: "I don't know precisely what they propose to do if it is to rush in. and take claims immediately upon the Issuance of the proclamation, I would like to 6ee, as a curiosity who is advis ing them. If they propose to go in af ter August 6 and settle on land which other men have drawn, I can tell them this: They will be liable to arrest and imprisonment, they will lose and they will not cost the man they are contest ing a cent, for if the government pre- j scribes the plan, you may depend upon It the government will take care of contests against legitimate settlers. The man' who follows the president's proclamation will win a c...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 13 July 1901

for sale cheap. Only $35. It cost $100 cash. Are arranging to run our press by electric power so dont need it. Handy to pnnd or chop feed. Any horse can run it. Free -Press Aimour's Gold Band Hams &. Bacon, the finest m America, at Zoigler's Orocery store. A new line of Ladies, Mens' & Infants Fancy HOSE, all colors and styles at ZET GLEE'S - lo Know what you are Taking When you take Grove's Tastelo Chill Tonic because the f armula is plainly printed on every bottle showing that it is simply Iron and Qainine in a tasteless torm. No cure no pay. Price 50 cents. Repairing. 5$ machine or Gasoline stove, do it right and cheap. Bring me Your work. SPENCER. Jack & bulls. I ofier for sole some fine yearl ings, white lace, at only $30 each. Don't miss the chance to get a prize I have the best Jack in EUis county, bringing the best colts in At... . W.ll w. it ...... lilt WL'Sl. ail Olituil ai Ul i on the Smokey river sooth of Munjor, . Israel Grinell. Eilert's Extract of tar &...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 20 July 1901

Official paper of Ellis county. uite a number have phoned 5 the Free Press newsy lo cals for which they will accept oar thanks, Remember IJ Q7 ours is If Ui Ufa and when vou have a local item phono U3. Advocating the best interests of -Ellis conn' all the time. VOL. 19. HARRY FREES EL NO. 1 Editob & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. July. 20 1901. I. a year. Best Adveehsing Pafes in Co." Patronized by the fSusimss Men', Miss Freda Swaller is visiting at Miss Behan's this hot season. It seemed like old times to see W J fiethard and wife here again, New line of WRAPPERS just opered up at ZEIGLER'S. Chailie Banmer is now running the 'News' office. Jake Shutts is around on crutch es having allowed a boiler to fall on his foot. You can find Infant's long and short White Dresses at Zeigler's. Earlcy's had a narrow escape on Monday from having their separa tor burned up. their engine having set out a fire which was soon put out by hard work. With so many fires all over the county many o...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 20 July 1901

THE FREE PRESS. BABBZ FKEEZiS, FublUhn. HAYS CITY, KAN3 KANSAS ITE1I3 OF INTEREST. The cost to Butler county in the sec ond trial of Miss Morrison will be about 2,000. The commissioners of Atchison coun ty want a "tax ferret" and are asking' ior bids from experts. r . In a case from Russell county the supreme court decides that a barber is a professional man. The state forestry farm at Ogallah has been run over by a lire which nearly wiped it all up. "'One squadron of the 14th cavalry is to leave Fort Leavenworth to go to the department of Colorado. A drug store, barber shop and a har ness shop at Richmond burned, with a total loea of about S.",000. The Parsons Catholics claim their new pipe organ is the largest between Kansas City and Galveston. A 13-year-old boy of Fort Scott died of lockjaw produced by a wound on bis hand while firing a toy pistoL A flouring mill and an ice house at Blue Mond left terra firma for the clouds in the same column of smoke. Samuel A. Deel, of Baldwin,...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 20 July 1901

:2 i 1 In VfiSlv' Mi Old Glory. Flaff-Day Verses by a Milwaukee Boy Twelve Years Old. The folds of our protecting flag Enshroud us, when we stand To fight for freedom, justice, right. In this our glorious land. We think of battles fought for It, As on its stars we gaze. O, wave your own, your country's flag. Its glowing colors raise. Great Lincoln and great "Washington Fought for Old Glory's right. Great. Webster and great Jefferson, Great Grant fought with their might. So give three cheers and one cheer more, Aye, aye, that's what we'll do, And wave hats to our noble flag. The red! the white! the blue! Paul G. Gregory, aged 12, in waukee Wisconsin. Mil- HUtorlo Plat Worn Oat. The steel engraved plate from which has been printed every commission to naval officers for the last fifty or sixty years has seen its last service, having become too much worn for further use, and will now be laid away with the eacred relics of the navy department. It has been noticed for some time that the c...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 20 July 1901

Ladies and Children's Mockin tosfies at Liven good's store. for sale cheap. Only $35. It cost $100 cash. Are arranging to run our press by electric power so dont need it. Hand? to grind or chop feed. Any horse can run it. FREE Press Aimour's Gold Band Hhiiij & bacon, the finest jn Amenci. at Zfjlt-r's Grocery stire. A new line of Ladies. Mens' & Intunts Fancy HE, all colon and siyksat ZETGLh.K'S- 2o Know w tut t4ou are 'pairing When you take Grove'o TasteleM Chill Tonic because the formula l? plainly printed on every bottle showing that it is simply Iron and Quinibo in a tasteless torm. ft cure no pay. Price 50 cents juliiijLja. your sewing machine or Oasoline stove, do it right and cheap. Brmtr me You work. SPENCER. Jack & bulls. I ofler for sole some fine vearl ings, white face, at only $30 each Don't miss the chance to s"et prize I have the best Jack in Ell county, bringing the best colts in the west. Will stand at my ranch on the Smokey river oiith ft Munjor, Israel ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 July 1901

Ifficial paper of Ellis county- Quite a number have phoned the Free Press newsy lo cals for which they will accept our thanks, Remember M ours is liili wit and when vou have a lucal item phone us. Advocating the best interests of Ellis county :. ! the time. City of Hays, Kansas. ; July 27 190L VOLu 19. HABBY FREESE, NO. 1 EDITOB & PUBUSHEE. H. a yeai Best Adyestisinq Paths in Co; Patronized by the business Jlen, r Miss Farley has returned from her Denver trip. .Mrs, Dr. Palmer has returned from her eastern trip to Illinois & the late. For Ladies and Childrens mus lin Underwear go to Zeiglers. Judsre Monroe took a trip to Topeka thi week to visit his fam ily and mother now visiting there. Surveyor Rontons went to Ellis Thursday to survey in the cemete ry there. ME Dixon returned from his Colorado trip to help at the Com missioners meeting this week. Men's fancy Dress Shirts at ZEIGLER'S. Court met Monday and settled a couple civil caees, Tom McCune has secured a homestead nor...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 July 1901

THE FREE PRESS. HAEEt TBEZ Publishes. HA.YS CITY, . - KANS fiAKSAS II EMS Or rSTKREST. Chanute ia to vote upon the erection of another school building. The state reunion of the G. A. R. at Hutchinson will be held August 13-17. Electric lights have been turned on In Cherokee, tne plant being completed. Rudolph Speeleier was killed by a passenger train, close to his home west of Marysville. The corrected returns of the asses sors for the city of Topeka show a pop ulation of 38.067. J. J. Houston, formerly register of deeds of Anderson county, has been appointed commissioner of public lands ef Oklahoma. In 1873 Labette coanty offered a re ward for the Benders and has just withdrawn that offer after 28 years. The Topeka druggist who was re fused supplies from wholesalers will prosecute the wholesalers under the Kansas anti-trust law. Tooeka -iointists, having lost the backing of Kansas City men who sup ply them and generally own their out fits, have quit business. Sedgwick county farmer...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 July 1901

Tw " "&sf I?T 1V - " Thou, too, sail on, O BhlD of State! Ball on, O Union, strong and great! 'Humanity, with all its fears, ("With all the hopes of future years, (la hanging breathless on thy fate! rWe know what master laid thy keel, What -workmen m-roueht thv ribs of steel Who made each mast and sail and rope, "What anvils rung, what hammers beat. Tn what a forge and what a heat Were shaoed the anchors of thy hope. 'Fear not each sudden sound and shock; Tis of the wave and not the rock! TJs but the flapping of the sail. ;And not a rent made by the gale! ,In spite of rock and tempest's roar. In spite of false lights on the shore. Sail on. nor fear to breast the sea! Our hearts, our hopes, our prayers, our Our faith triumphant or our tears. Are all with lhee. are all with thee, tears. Longfellow. The Best of A Jxivenile Sketch for Independen.ce Day The Crosspatch Man was sick again, and this time it must be pretty bad, for all the morning Meredith had been watching the servants ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 July 1901

til !H - Ladies and Children's Mc7ci - tostu at Liveng-od'a store. for sale cheap. Only $35. It cost $100 cash. Are arranging to run our press by electric power so dont Ineed it. Handy to grind or chop feed. Any horse can run it . RESS Armour's Gold Band Hams & Bacon, the finest m America, at Zpigler's Grocery store. A new line of .Ladies. Mens' & Infants Fancy HOSE, all colors and styles at ZETGLER'S- lo Know what you are Taking When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic because the formula is plainly printed on every bottle showing that it is simply Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form. No cure no pay. Price 50 cents. Repairing. your sewing machine or Gasoline stove, do it right and cheap. Bring me Your work. SPENCER. Jack & bulls. I ofler for sole some fine yearl ings, white face, at only $30 each. Don't miss the chance to sret a prize I have the best Jack in Ellis county, bringing the best colts in the west. Will stand at mv ranche on the Smokev river south of Munjo...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 3 August 1901

flcial paper of Ellis county. Quito a number have phoned tho Free Press newsy lo cals for which they will accept our thanks, Remember 11 ours is klUi Oli and when you have a local item phone U3. Advocating the best interests of Ellis county . the time. City of Hays, Kansas. August 3 1901. $1. a year. Be3t ADVEsnsiKa Papes in Cor Patronized by the zixtsin&ss Mm. VOL. 19. HA HEY FEEESE. NO. 1 Editok & Publishes. Road Notice. State of Kansas. Ellis Co, 8s. To whom it may concern: In pur suance of an order made by the Board of county Commissioners in regular session on the 25th day of July, i901, notice is hereby given that Charles Me Quo id and others, householders of said county, residing in the vicinity where it is proposed to lay out the road below mentioned, have presented to said board their certain petition, praying the establishing of a public road as fol lows: Commencing at the south east corner of sec, 2i, t. 12, s, r 18 w., thence running west on section, lines eight ...

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 August 1901

THE FREE PRESS. HARRY FREEZE, Pub. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. KAXSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Finney county is fixing things for a fair to be held August 21-23. The Civic League of Fort Scott has all the joints there corked up. On August 8 the old soldiers of Har vey county will picnic at Halstead. Milkmen in Topeka have raised the price of milk to seven cents a quart. Colin II. Ball, of Kansas, is made a second lieutenant in the regular army. The Osborne Woodmen took an all night sweat in initiating 21 candidates. The Farmers' Grain and Livestock association of Butler county has been incorporated. A Bourbon county man claims that in three days he cut and marketed $300 worth of hay. Texas fever is reported from Edna, Labette county. Ben. Jar boe has lost 20 head of cattle. There is complaint in Western Kan sas that too many cattle are shipped there for pasturing. On July 20 there were four deaths from heat in Kansas City, Ks., and two on the Missouri side. S. N. Harper had 16 acres of wheat near ...

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 August 1901

HAVE ML AGREED M LAST. Russian and British Ministers Sat isfied With Arrangements. FINAL PROTOCOL IN SIGHT. Pekin, Jirly 30. A complete and fall agreement has been reached by the re presentatives of the powers. The Rus sian government has signified its in tention of not further pressing the question at present of the eventual in crease of the import customs d uties be yond five per cent (the present figures). It is agreed that in case the revenues of China are not sufficient for the pay ment of interest and principal, the powers are to examine the revenues and determine what changes are nec essary in order to supply the deficien cy. The imperial maratime customs are to be included in this arrangement. The British minister is satisfied with this arrangement and the whole ques tion of finance measures is therefore settled. The 450,000,000 tales, consti tuting the indemnity are to be convert ed into gold at the equivalent of the tael value on the first of last ApriL In case the import ...

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 August 1901

Dr, Higgins the big medicine show man who used to visit here is dead Mrs Israel Roy has the pleasure ot entertaining an uncle from Da kota, here on a visit. Henry Schultz received his offiv .cial notice of drawing a claim and "must appear at TClReno Aug. 24th and make his homestead entry, At the "Lutheran church Sunday morning the subject of the sernnn will be "Christianity, the preser vmg element ot the world'. All are invitecL No evening service, Mrs. Kev Brown end children have ieturnpd from their eastern trip and had a nice time. Mi-s Lottie remains in Tennessee to visit friends, Aimour's Gold Band Hams & Bacon the finest in America, at Zigler's Grocery store. Alter living m their little cottage 17 years, Dr. Snyder has sold & moved out and now hvs at Deck el's on east Juniata street. Gut at Pete Staab's home near Catharine they had a narrow es cape from lightning which struck the house and scattered things. A new line of Ladies, Mens' & Infants Fancy HOSE, all color...

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 August 1901

Official paper of Ellis county. Quite a number have phoned the Free Press newsy lo cals for which they will accept our thanks, Remember fl 07 ours is 11 U Oil and when you have a local item phone ua. 1.3 Advocating the best interests of Ellis counts Jl the time. City of Hays, Kansas. August 10 1901. $1. a year. VOL. 19. HARRY FftEESE, NO. 1 Editok & Pubushek. Rest Ad Yd ?a Pates n? Co. Psirenized ths jsiuina Lent Road Notice. State of Kansas. Ellis Co, 8s. To whom it may concern: In pur suance of an order made by the Board of county Commissioners in regular NO FT. HAYS NORMAL. School WillNot he Reservation This Started on Year. session on the 25th day of July iDOl Empori Au. 7president Wil notice is hereby given that Gharles Me 1 fL"iJWIia: Quoid and others, householders of said ; kinson, in an interview, says: county, residing in the vicinity where: "That no teachers had as yet it is proposed to lay out the road below b employed and the Board was mentioned, have presented to sa...

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 August 1901

THE FREE PRESS. BARKY FREEZE, Pub. ,HAYS CITY, KANSAS. LAlfSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Men of Parsons sent to Delaware to get a charter for an oil and mining company. The rains have been the most general in the eastern part of the state where it was most needed. Shawnee county returned to the as sessors the most money on hand, with Crawford county second. "Wind and hail did damage in the vicinity of Bavaria, Saline county, dam aging s me wheat stacks. The Santa Fe's libraries for its em employes at numbers of division sta tions, contain 10,000 books. Atchison printers say that the tax list they are setting now is the short est Atchison county ever had. The floods injured the foundation of a new building in Topeka, being erect ed for a wholesale grocery firm. Emporia cannot stand the odor and has ordered the chicken killing estab lishment outside the city limits. An Emporia man has been arrested for killing fish in the river with un packed lime. lie was selling the fish. E. Kirby, who has...

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 August 1901

if it is whi ii. But Divided Among Half a Dozen Railroad Towns. GOODS PILED UP ANYWHERE. El Reno, Aug. ". The railroads oper ating in the vicinity of the Kiowa-Com-inche country are now troubled w ith a freight - jam. For three weeks they .vere taxed to their utmost capacity to aandlV their passenger traffic. For the next month they will do a tremendous freight business. Homeseekers and people who expect to eneraere in business in the new country are all trying to get I their goods shipped in at once. The j passenger jam was at El Reno. The freight jam will be at Chickasha, Rush Springs, Marlow and Duncan for the I next ten days, and after that Richards, the new town on the Lawton branch, i will be included in the list. The Rock Island will get into Lawton about Sep tember 1,. and until that time all goods will have to go via the towns mentioned above. All are 30 miles from Lawton, except Richards, which is 15 miles, but the line has not been completed there yet. At Marlow freight i...

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 August 1901

A nice rain visited this sectioEi during Tuesday nipht. Clement Unrein of Piea-afcl b'l has bought a well boring machine Lots of farmers are plowing now that we have had another shower, "A new line of .Ladies, Mens' & Infants Fancy HOSE, all colors and styles at ZETGLER'S- Every direction you look around town you see new houses being built aid improved. Another homestead in tho Sa line valley taken thro' this office this week. Armour's Gold Band Hams & Bacon, the finest m America, at Zigler's Grocery store. Farmer Chris liagen, who has lived on his farm north of Ellis over 20 3Tears, died this wees, ior Ladies' and Childrens mus lin Underwear go to Zeiglers lhe roofs are on and now the shape and size of Yosts new ele vator and mill can be seen; they loom up high and big, Tho democratic congressional candidate, editor Bill Hoffer, has moved to Ohio, where he will run a naner. Men's fancy Dress Shirts at ZEIGLER'S. The sheriff has returned from To peka with Mr. Cohen, arrested...

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 August 1901

fBeial paper of I Ellis county, f 6 pages this week Pages 1&2. Advocating the best interests of Ellis county all the time. City of Hays, Kansas. August 17 1901. SI. a year. HAEEY FKEESE, Eduob & Pobusheb. BS3T HI CO Patronized tte ssvsinca lie. VOL. 19. NO. 1 Eoad Notice. State of Kansas. Ellis Co, 8s. . To whom it may concern: In pur suance of an order made by the Board of countv Commissioners in regular session on the 25th day of July, xwi, notice is hereby given that Gharles Me Quoid and others, householders of said county, residing in the vicinity where it is proposed to lay out the road below mentioned, have presented to said board their certain petition, praying the establishing of a public road as fol lows: Commencing at the south east corner of sec, 2x, t. 12, s, r 18 w., thpnpifi running- west on section lines eio-ht miles between sections 2i & 28, j 20 & 29, 19 & 30 t. i2. range 18, also liAtwppn spo.tfon 24 & 25. 23 and 26, 22 and 27, 21 and 28, 20...

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 August 1901

THE FREE PRESS. BJLSBY FKEEZiS, Pabllshnn i HAYS CITY, - KANS KANSAS ITEMS OT INTEREST. Billiard tables in private houses are not countenanced in At wood Judge George W. McKay, of Harper county, is going to mojre into Oklahoma. From Ness county comes the story of a bunch of rye 38 inches high with five inch heads. Minneapolis is to vote upon the build ing of a high school with bonds for a foundation. Joseph Ralston died at Leavenworth a few days since at the age of 99 years and 4 months. The M. K. fc T. railroad officials are preparing to erect a Y. M. C. A. build ing in Parsons. The anti-horsethief association of Cowley county is taking in new mem bers by scores. .The, graduating class of the Topeka high school is composed of 49 girls and 14 boys; 63 in all,. At Powhattan, Brown county, 12,000 bushels of corn was sold at 40 cents a bushel in the crib John Gray, a farmer near Andover, is going to Ireland for his first visit. He is 63 yearsdd. Kansas farmers are now carrying banners ...

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