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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 August 1901

4 -, , j PrlncessJ f favorite dqf i nurse a itf I car.. csjle, spin- ,- . converse -it , ti Official paper ol Ellis county. 6 pages this week Pages 3 to 6. atussiau. being an e$ Advocating the best interests of Ellis count 4 " ; il the time. VOL. 19. NO., 1 HABBY FBEESE, Editos & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. August 17 1901. $1. a year. Best Advertisers Papes in Co. Patronised by the business Jltt. . T , S i t true i V.- I 20,1 required 4 '4 IB cleans to- ' -v V ti 4 i i ' I Yost is putting m a new scales near bis elevator. Only one week more ot Normal in this county. George Grass has asrain moved to his own store next to P.O. Mr. Gilpen's sister from .Lm coin, Kansas is visiting here. Mrs. James Keeder has gone to the sea shore in North Carolina to visit her parents. Steel Ranees. From $24 to $40, All fully guar anteed, at Geo, Philip cc bon. Patsy Dean came up from Okla homa to accompany his sister Ma rie down there where she has secur ed a school at Towner's town. Miss Ine...

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 August 1901

! jTHE FREE PRESS. i. . ABBT FREEZE, Fab. jllAYS CITY, KANSAS. KAXSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Sweet corn, cane, kafir corn and soy beans are being planted to a large ex tent in Linn county. The' Katy ticket sales at Parsons in July amounted to $6,499.12; more than double the sales in July last year. Fredonia and Beloit have each seven rural delivery routes. No other Kan sas town has so many. Topeka has six. W. II. Barnes state secretary of hor ticulture, is to speak on "Orcharding' in Kansas" before the National Apple Shippers" convention at Toronto, Can ada. Miami county has sold a good many cattie and hay is worth $12 a ton. Good crops have been the 1 ale heretofore and there will be no new mortgages result ing from the drouth. . Dr Rafter, who was major surgeon of the twentieth Kansas, has been re tired fiom the hospital service at Man ila and will return to Kansas, making his home at Hoi ton. Miss Julia R. Pearce, a Kansas wo man, has been appointed an analysist of soil in the depart...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 August 1901

Princess lfud. Queen Alexandra's favorite daughter, can kind books and nurse a tick patient scientifically. She can also sail a half-rater, rice a bi cyfle, spin and sew, play chess and converse -in five,, languages, including Russian. She vies with her mother in Being B-u mjici l yiiuiugi ayuer. - I Mitchell's Eye Salve You may use with per fect safety Mitchell's 4 Eye Salve. That's not i t true of pungent drugs. " Mitch- i ell s77 is a sianaara ana popular 3 t article. It actually does what it 3 t claims to do. Prioe, 25 cents. 1 By mail, 25c; Hall & Rckel. New York City. 4 M M M M Tt ULmons the botanical curiosities which4have been found in the Isthmus of Tenuantepec, lately much explored by naturalists, is a botanical clock. In the morning it is white, at noon it is red, and at night .blue, and the alter ations of color are so regular that the time of day can be told from the tint cf the flower. THE GENUINE 1SH BW PUMMEL Jpfhmj 4 WILLTEEP YOU DST I 1 J KrtTHlMi: PI P Wll I L...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 August 1901

- . i : ! ill The following leaded ebitorial appears in the Topeka Herald and written by the veteran Kansas editor J. K Hudson. Wcat is Beneath the Plains of Kansas. "It is an accepted theory, borne out by many geological facts, that the plains from the Missouri river to the Kocky mountains, were once a great salt sea. The 100 miles square or more of salt deposit in south Central Kansas, hundreds of feet in debth, is one of the cvi dences pointed to in support of the idea that the great wheat fitlds of our state now cover the area that was once an ocean, The los siliferous deposits also bear oui this theory The practical Kansan of tn-dav. hi.wf.vpr. i mA interested in the condition ot Kan sas is prehistoric times, as he is in what the soil will proJuc now and what there i of value bel"w the sulfate The salt is Im'ms man ufactured and sent in every dirc tion. In Southeast Kans-.s; thu zinc and lead deposits have been yielding a rich return for 20 venrs ' Now comes the irresre&sib...

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 August 1901

paper Ellis county N X 6 pages this week Pages 1&2. Advocating the best interests of Ellis county all the time. City of Hays, Kansas. August 24 1901. $1. a year Best ADTEsnsEja Pates d? Co Patronized fry the jfusiness 2Lsn, VOL. 19. HAH BY FEEESE. jjO. i Editos & Publishes, VAX D2 - , -Road 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, x901; notice is hereby given that Charles Me Qnoid 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., thence running west on section hne3 eight miles between sections 2i & 28, 20 & 29. 19 & 30 t. i2. range 18, also between section1 24 & 25, 23 and 26, 23 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. — 24 August 1901

THE FREE PRESS. a JLBBY FBSEZ1E, PobUahwh HAYS CITY, KAN3 KANSAS ITEMS OF IXTEHE3T. A Salina mill company is replacing' its electrical power with steam. E. G. Martin, a government postoffice . inspector of long service has removed ' his headquarters to Topeka. Mr. Henderson, of Council Grove, has purchased the Lamed electric, light plant and will make needed repairs. ; Secretary Coburn's "The Horse 'Use-' ful" has been adopted by the Washing ton State Agricultural college as a text book. It is said that Governor Stanley re ceives as high as 50 letters a day which suggest ' new laws and amendments to old ones. ; 1 The average age of Kansas teachers is 22. 5 years. In Morton county it is 30 years; in Marshall and Neosho coun ty it is 18 years. Ellis county elected a Russian as dis trict clerk, who "had never taken out citizenship papers; and now there is a vacancy to be filled. ' Frank Montgomery says that there is a locomotive engineer running out of Topeka who is paying - alimony to...

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 August 1901

Official paper oi Ellis county. Advocating the best interests of Ellis county ull the time. VOL. 19. HARRY FREESB, NO. 1 Eduos & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. August 24 1901. $1. a year. Best Adtebxisixq Paper in Co. Patronized by the n urines Jfn Charlie Gacer came up from Russell Tuesday to visit 'mother.' The Lester barber shop room is being re-plastered and roofed. A ieal cute baby has come to gladden the home of Mr. & Mrs. James Craig. - - ,7 73 From $24 to $40, All fully guar anteed, at Geo, Philip & Son. Young Steve Aich has gone to the Pacific coast on a visit to some relatives there, Did vou notice that Judd Wood is making 16 cute photographs tor 5U cents, lio see. Now that the creek has water in it the boys are enjoying swim ming before school commences. A threshing machine was ship ped m this week from Illinois, only to find most of the thicshing done. Tho owners thought oui farmers asleep, waiting the stacks going thro' the sweat. These rains have brought ...

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 August 1901

THE FREE PRESS. HARRY FREEZE, Pnb. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. LAMS AS ITEMS OF INTEREST. The only John Seaton recently gave his five children SI ,000 each in cash. It is claimed that the drouth has killed off the loco weed in Western Kan sas. The Santa Fe shop extensions will add about 12,000 to the population of Topeka. It is becoming frequent in Kansas banks to discover bills of national banks of Honolulu. Ida McClure, aged 10, a farmer's daughter of Cherokee county, took strychnine and died. Ilailrond men whose runs are in lioth etates say that Nebraska corn is not as good as Kansas corn. Mr. Dold saj-s that it will take eight months to fully complete the new pack ing plant in Wichita. Howard Jllack passed forged checks at Newton and when arrested he plead guilty, lie is a youth. Attorney General Godard decides that the railroad commissioners have power to make and enforce rates. Kansas now has 3:53 rural free deliv ery mail routes and there are 31)3 ap plications for new routes pending....

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 August 1901

P'M'B jf 111 Uncle Sam Will Enforce its Treaty Guarantees. THREE SHIPS ARE UNDER WAY. Washington, Aug. 20. The United States navy department which is direct ing all of its energies in hurrying ships to the scene of the disturbance on the isthmus in order to enforce our treaty guarantees, has three ships on the way. The Machias, which has been detained at Hampton Roads by the threatening weather south of Cape Ilatteras has been able to start on her journey, as surances having been given by the weather bureau that all dangers from the gulf storm along the Southern At lantic has now passed. This informa tion was telegraphed to the comman dant of the Norfolk navy yard. Word was received at the navy department that the battleship Iowa had arrived at San Francisco and ehe was instructed t3r telegraph to proceed as soon as pos sible to Panama on the west coast. It is probable she will have to take some coal aboard but the department be lieved that she would be able to sail on her 3,4000 mi...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 August 1901

jp i , i ) ,mil""' '--"Hf.",. .' .U"Hfc.'SW.mmgg"j Half- Sick " I first used Aver's Sarsaparilla in the fall of 1S4S. since men i have taken it every spring as a blood - purify in g and nerve- strengthening meaicme. . 1. Junes, Wiwuna, xvaus. If vou feel run down, are easily tired, if your nerves are weak and your blood is thin, then begin to take the good old stand ard family medicine, Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It s a regular nerve lifter, a perfect blood builder. $1.08 bottle. All drnzrtsU. j . v. h.thlnfr. nf irl e.n.Mriili. n knows all about thi mid old family medicine. Follow his advice and WS Wui oe sans neu. The Governor has given it out that he will poon aepomt the Dis trict Judges tor those whose term expire in January, and Sherifis in the 41 ounties where the present sheriff is holding his 2nd term as the law save- a term is 2 years & a sheriff can't h?od but 2 terms, and if he allowed these men to hold over any lawyer could chal lenge any itirv selected bv or act or the sh...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 31 August 1901

Official paper Ellis county A 6 pages this week Pages 1&2. - mr w w a of Ellis county Advocating the best interes all the time. City of Hays, Kansas. August 31 1901. $1. a year. HARRY FREESE. Editob & Publishes. 6 ST AdYESTISIKG PaFES TS Co: VOL, NO. 19. 1 Patronized hy the nusineu lsn H2 . DISPATCH TO U iWEY. Secretary Lons Says A. Clerk Wrote It; IVlio, He en' Know. The Hon. JohB D. -lss was the giest of honor S3 the Massachusetts dab a: the Atlantic fcouse, Nantasket Beacb, recently. .Ths secretary, said in hia cpeech that nothing is so unjust as rep utation and that men get credit thai does not belong to them, while the men ivho should wear the laurels are un- Delinquent Tax List. First Published July 27. i901, Road 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, iOOl, notice is hereby given that Charles Me Quoid and others, householders of said ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 31 August 1901

4 V 0 r 7 i I' y III r n 1 Tt?fm(7 p.nn I E 1 I lilH re an Abiding Faith in Lydia E, pinkham's Vegetable CompoundL Kilter's Imperial Train. The German Emperor's Imper'al train cost $750,CCO, and took three years to construct- There are altogether twelve cars. Including two nursery carriages. The reception saloon con tains several pieces of statuary, and each 0? the sleenin"' cars is fitted with bath. liter years of fctrugirle to a.tta.in and merit public confidence, with a- firm steadfast belief that some day others would recognize in us the truth, I faith, and honesty of purpose which we know we possess, what a genu- itiaf action it is to succeed, ana to realize iue upmnug umucuw i a.A mnfiono f ra. vast Armv of our fellow betntrs. ma crfana tm Vi nlrVl nm name in New England, and all over America, fowhere is the faith in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound greater in New England, its home, merit, ana mem tOANlC INFLAMMATION. cab Mas. Pixkham: I was t,- 'led very badly with infla...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 31 August 1901

Official paper o Ellis county. Si- I- Advocating the best interest of Ellis count all the time. VOL, 19. HARRY FKEESE. NO. 1 EDITOB & PUBUSHEB. Gity of Hays, Kansas. August 31 190L $1. a year. Best Advebttsino Paper en Co. Patronized hrj the x usiziesa M n. A. V a fv; V: I Y v -u .'ft--' The first ot the foreign threshing machines was shipped out this week J add Wood has been kept busy making those cute 21 for 50 cts. photos this week. F R Bussard has received a coup ot Buff Orphinton'a chickens, a new eastern breed and very pretty Steel Ranges, From 2 to $40, All fully guar anteed, at Geo, Philip & Son, Havemann got in another car ot Furniture this week for the fall trade. Dan McCarthy marketed a load of potatoes of his raising at 1,60 a bushel in our city Wednesday. Remember what lots of fun you had when the last Hypnotist was here, Dont miss the fun next Friday night at our Opera house. Did you notice that Judd Wood is making 16 cute photographs for 50 cents. Go see. Most...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 31 August 1901

THE FREE PRESS. HARRY FREEZE, Pub. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. K AIi'S AS ITEMS OF INTEREST. The Dodge City old soldiers' reunion brought together 3,000 people. A man at Fort Scott has a Latin coin 856 years old and another dated 1688. Bev. Irving Baxter, rector at Salina, has accepted a call from the Episcopal church at Lawrence. The Clay Center electric light plant burned,, but the waterworks pumping station near it was saved. Leavenworth, with its big revenue from saloons, etc., has not enough funds for full time public schools. Burlington made extensive prepara ' tions for the dedication of the new court honse on September 2. Judge Madden, of Emporia, gave his decision in the Santa Fe injunction suit in favor of the Orient railway. " ' JIisf5 Mary Betts, of El Dorado, a pioneer school teacher, has been made matron of the Kansas penitentiary. ' Scottsville is a town of 200 people. A bank recently opened there, received 12,000 in deposits the first half day. P J. C. McColm, a Union Pacific...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 31 August 1901

v V - T i r If I Ei Jt a t - 4, -1! ' V- Varying Standards of Dltanca ' In China there 13 no regular stands ard of distance. Standards vary in the different provinces of tho empire, the chin, or unit of length, varying from nine to sixteen inches in differ ent provinces. A Chinese mile may be from a quarter of an English mile to a mile and three-quaners, accord ing to the province. England's Royal Library. The royal library at Windsor castle contains about 100,000 volumes, and among them are many literary curios. lA unique Caxton on vellum, the Bible which Charles I took with him to the scaffold, the same monarch's copy of Shakespeare and an original copy of "The Faery Queen" are among Wind sor castle's literary treasures. A New Instrument. An Instrument called the gradometer has been designed to enable the occu pants of any vehicle to determine at a glance every inequality of the ground over which they are traveling. The new instrument may be attached to the ide of the seat of any ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 31 August 1901

Disease retards the circulation, weakens the stomach, deranges digestion, pollutes the blood, destroys the nervous force and saps the vitality of the whole system. It causes pains in the side, pal pitation, shortness of breath, smothering, dropsical swellings, sinking spells, and frequently ends all suffering in sudden death. Why tempt death when a cure is within easy reach? "My head would get so hot it seemed to be burning up, while my feet were like ice. My limbs would swell and get numb. I had to sit in a chair day and night for months and my heart throbbed and pained me terribly. After using three bottles of Dr. Miles' Heart Cure I could do a good days work." J. M. JIaclay, Shippensburg, Ta. D'. Miles' Dressmaking, Mrs. Sara Ryan wishes to announce to4he Ladies of Hays and Vicinity that she has resumed Dressmaking at her home on east J uniata street, where she will be pleased to meet her old customers and manv new ones, and will endeavor to give satisfaction to all. THE IHPEES3I...

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 September 1901

liiieial paper ol Ellis county. Advocating the best interests of Ellis count all the time. VOL. 19. HARRY FREESE, NO. 1 Editob & Pdbushee. City of Hays, Kansas. September 7, 1901. $1. a year- Best ADVEsnsma Paper m Co. Patronized by tAe business M n Judge Monroe was at Russell on Monday on legal business, Al Robinson is now well, fixed for water at his livery stable. Mrs. Spratt & son visited with friend-j in Abilene this week. Miss Freda Schwaller left Mon day for another year at the State Normal at Emporia. Mr. Wann has returned from his Chicago trip aDd saya be has bousht a splendid lot of goods. Prof. Crawford returned Tues day ready for another year's work in our school. Henry Bray don, Harris, N, C. . . -r . i cr says: 'i iook meaicine zu yeitis for asthma but one bottle ot One Minute Cough cure did me more good than anything else during that time. Best Cough cure. J C Farley. GLICK, THE HYPNOTIST assisted bv Mr. & Mrs bterhng, in their specialties, at the Opera ho...

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 September 1901

THE FREE PRESS. HARRY FREEZE, Pub. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. KAIfSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. The Royal" Arch Masons have had a gathering1 in Lawrence. x Semi-monthly pay days at the fac tories and smelters at Lola call for SI 3,- 000 each time. Checopee, Cherokee county, has six joints and when the sheriff called on them they put up $138.83 each. Each institution of learning1 in Kan sas has a baseball team stronger than ever this year according to the local papers. If there are any Kansans who feel badly over having had a dry spell they Dught to get pointers from Texas, and feel better contented. Although Kansas has 07,000 more men than women, three of that large majority were cowhided within one week by members of ths minority. Miss Beatrice Baker a graduate of Fairmount college, Wichita, this year, has been elected to a professorship m Proctor academy, at Provo, City Utah. Fort Scott claims to have the largest tider mill in the state. It is worked by (team and turns out 8,000 gallons a flay. ...

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 September 1901

Refusing to Order a Hearing of the Case. TOWNSITE JUMPERS TO "GIT." "Washington, Sept. 2. In the contest case of J. L.. Calvert ag-ainst James R. Wood, coming- from Lawton, O. T., land district, and involving- entry No. 1, the acting- secretary of the interior has refused to order a hearing- of the case. The charges upon which the contest was founded were substantially that Wood's entry was made in viola tion of the homestead law by reason of its location on the south line of the town of Lawton. And that the entry embraces a tract a mile long- and only a quarter of a mile wide, and was so 'taken for speculative purposes and not !or agricultural purposes and that the entry was made at a time when there were a large number of townsite set tlers on the land who occupied it for trade and business purposes. The de cision holds that the selection of land adjacent to the town of Lawton was pot in violation of the letter or spirit of the law and that the fact that there may have been allege...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 7 September 1901

people are lacking in nervous strength. The weak, care-worn, melan choly, headachy, and low spirited men and women are easily excited, impa tient, fidgety, and unable to sleep at night. Worn out nerves must be built up, and the vitality of the whole system replenished before relief can come. "The least bit of noise or sudden jar would nearly drive me crazy, and I was just too fidgety for anytliing:. I was so nervous that I could not rest or sleep. The first dose of Dr Miles Nervine brought me sleep, and after that I got well fast." Mrs. A. R. Morrell, Areola, Ills. a: Dir. Miles' builds up the nerves, strengthens the brain, and fortifies and refreshes the whole system. Sold by druggists on guarantee. Dr. Miles Medical Co, Elkhart, Ind. "Ai-"lii "UftU'.j --! -Hilary . ... - ini rinr ml New Drug store. AITLEBAUGH'S new Druo- store, on North Main street, oddo site the depot, is now open for bu siness. General assortment of 1st class drug store, new and fresh drugs, cigars, stationery, ...

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