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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 September 1901

m As we go to press the dispatches McKhSey the death of Resident V. Official paper ol Ellis county. Advocating the best interests of Ellis county ti i the time- 7.'i; 1 i , VOL, 19. NO. 1 HARRY FREES E, Editos & Publishes. City of Rays,. Kansas. Septeriiber 14, 1901. $1. a year. Best Apyrrrrrn xa Papes xsr Co; Patronized ly the JSvsiness Ileal ' 1 ! .M i i:. U Saturday this section was visited by another very hard rain. Mr. Treat has gone to Denver to visit friends. Sweeney's new cottage in the rorth part ot town is progressing. Alva Miller and family have moved into their new residence in south part of town. Alex Rupp fell out of his hay mow, ana being very neavy, was badly battered up, needing Dr. bnvders attention- Henry Braydon, Harris, N, C. says: i iook meaicine 2u years for asthma but one bottle ot One Minute Cough cure did me more good than anything else during that time. Best Uougn cure . JU Farley, The Bell Bros, have secured the contract for painting the Metho dist ch...

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 September 1901

THE FREE PkESS. BARBY FREEZE, Pub. BAYS CITY, KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Wm. Brown, of Atchison, agd 21, fell in x nvulsions as the result of ex cessive cigarette smoking. S." P. Woodson, JrM tha Caldwell hotel keeper, raised '13,000 bushels of wheat thie year on the side. " , .The Newton public schools opened with an enrollment of 1,193. of which 182 were in the high school. - A man at Preston was on top of a' windmill tower and counted thirty-, three steam threshers at work. T. K. Thompson, of Dover, Shawnee county, won three prizes on his Short horn cattle at the Iowa state fair. All difficulties between Cottonwood Falls and Strong City over the route of the Orient road have been adjusted. Mrs. Morton Albaugh was injured in. a runaway in Kingman. Mr. Albaugh ; had left after the cattlemen's picnic. Pittsburg claims to have had 30,000 working men there on Labor t day. There were 8,000 miners in the parade. Old settler reunions have followed the reunions of veterans and ther...

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 September 1901

j Mftcheil'sEyeSalye : Intense nain in f he eve -w I 1 - iJ is often excruciating and calls for immedi- J ate relief. Mitchell's Eye Salve will do more for the sufferer than all the new-fangled reme Z dies put together. Mitchell's is an old, reliable salve. Price, 25 c. Br mail, 25c; HaH t T.mckeU tew York City. The wearer knows where the shoe pinches. Half an hour Is all the time required to dye with PUTNAM FADELESS DYES. Sold by druggists, 10c per package. The average man's hopes are raised of tener than his salary. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is a constitutional cure. Price, 73c An Irishman says that no gentleman will go to sleep at a wake. GOOD HOUSEKEEPERS Use the best. That's why they buy Red Cross Ball Blue. At leading Krocers. 5 cents. Borrowed trouble bankrupts a man paying the interest. Are Ton TTnlag; Allen's Foot-Em? It is the only cure for Swollen. Smarting, Burning, Sweating Feet, Corns and Bunions. Ask for Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken into the shoes. At all Druggi...

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 September 1901

j I .V l r v m 1 COj o rr men in America each letter a direct reflex of the day's demands of this market and the influence of all other markets. These letters give a review of the market, receipts, conditions East and West, advice to shippers and quotations for the day. If you have live stock to sell send for a letter. No charge for it. We Will be glad to advise you free on any point, by special correspondence. Write to-day; call any time. EVnSSniDEn-DUEL Kansas City Stock Yards, PCTQY Of the West are creating a great deal fcf excitement, much talk and speculation, but there is no specu lation about the service on the Union Pacific, "The Overland Route." The trains are quicker, the service better, the roadbed superior, the line shorter, and the route more interest- ins than that of anv other road. ,,,1! jiii i,. t..J,A,; Jl.V.&gZt Wkv dees tke cook II 'VSThy does sKc scold sod sigh, so ? I When CsJumet gives smck a. rise , f--. 'HI i ' .iii.i ill"!' "!'" ' inula ii uli ft r 'rn ...

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 September 1901

1 I' t fail - iWwiO ik. Jjf siJ tmf VJJI Bllis county. Advocating the best interests of Ellis count all the time. VOL. 10. HARRY FREES El. NO. 1 Editok & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. September 21, 1901. Sl.-a year. Best Adysshzisq Papes ex Cos Patronized by the jsurinsss IZsriZ. A big gangr of Italians continue grading the R R track east of town Lots of big watermelons are now being brought in from the Saline valley. Mr. Wilson, of the J S Thomp: son & Co. bank business of Lacon Illinois is here looking after theii ; affairs, Last Saturday's tree Press was ; the first paper to announce to the people in the county the death of our President and the only one of the county papers to give a hand some picture of McKmley and his heart broken wife. , Henrv Braydon, Harris, N, C j savs: "1 tooK medicine years; for asthma but one bottle of One Minute Cough cure did me more ; good than anything else during; that time, Best Cough cure. J o Farley, At the Presbyterian church last Su...

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 September 1901

THE FREE PftESS. HABBT FBEEZE, Pal. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. BAMS AS JTEM8 OF INTEREST. house west of lightning and The building teacher in the has accepted a A S600 piano, bought in Kansas City, has been installed in the official home of the governor of Kansas. 'Ha 1891'Kansas ha'd 34,484 acres of al falfa; in 1901 there were 319,000 acres , of this forage crop in the state. - The number "of 'new students in Washburn college is greater at this ' opening season than ever before. J. T. Eyan, a wealthy farmer of Mont gomery county, is mysteriously missing. Mr. Ryan's age is 67 years, lie owns a farm of 240 acres. Miss Jessie Morrison, went from the penitentiary to Excqlsior Springs with the hope of. regaining her health. She gave a $7G,00Q bond. ; : . John T. Galley, of Clearwater, is be lieved to be one of five ' men , who were killed' in a railroad collision at James town. South Dakota. - The Uichland school Pratt was struck by . burned, with fixtures was valued at 51,000. Miss Edith Davi...

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 September 1901

V f A GLOWING REPORT. AN INDIANA MAN COMPARES WESTERN WITH THE UNITED STATES. What Mr. Frank Fisher, a Prominent Dunkard, Trip Through Canada. -The Department of the Interior at Ottawa has just received from Mr. E. T. Holmes, the agent of the govern ment stationed at Indianapolis, Ind., the following letter, which requires no comment. It is only necessary to state that Mr. F. Fisher, the writer of the letter is one of the most prominent of the Dunkards and a man upon whose word the utmost reliance can be placed. His home is at Mexico, Ind., and he will be pleased to substantiate verbally or in any other way all that he says in his letter. Anyone desiring information apply to nearest Canadian agent, whose ad dresses are here given: M. V. Mclnnes, 2 Avenue Theater block, Detroit, Michigan. James Grieve, Sault Ste. Marie, Michi gan. J. S. Crawford, 214 W. Ninth street. Kansas City, Mo. Benjamin Davies. Cast Third ptreet, at. Paul, Minn. T. O. Currie. Room 12 B. Callahan's block, 203 Gr...

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 September 1901

1.: Alter all 'their wotk Charlie Ker hi- j(t j-.vfcy with bi? girl horn -ii s i- t ri MMit wr h i ffi r!- Heilj-. t Jh: liilU R'l til iiiiaTui h c-r'Uic s-t it Tbn term a corns trv boy to Saiina with a cote to the eirl to pack her grip and follow the green kid, which she did, s-ivms those brilliant dep t uty snerins ine sup, auu. luh uu birds have gone to No man's land. The-d-putie down there shmj'd hHve a chroroo or be put on exhi bition at their Street Fair. 15.000 Acres0' AT1 ELLS ( )U1 H conn t v , for sale on easy terms Kanap. For full information address-. E. W. WELLINGTON, ELLSWORTH, Kan. HEADACHE At mti drug store. 25 Don 25. Admission fan! .SATUMMY light. Between California and the East Nearly a day quicker than via any other road. Investigation will show this statement to be absolutely true. Palace Sleeping cars, Ordinary (Tourist cars), Reclining Chair cars, , Buffot Smoking and Library cars. Dining cars meals a la carte, all models of perfection with every degree of com...

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 September 1901

Ellis county. Advocating the best interes of Ellis countj Al the time. VOL. NO. 19. 1 HAKBY FREES E, EDITOB & PUBUSHEE. Gity of Hays, Kansas. September 28, 1901. $1. a year. Est ADTEsnsnra Firs2 o Co. Bsircnised by the nvrixczs 21m K ( 1 '7 Dont fail to take in the "Concert given by our town band this, Saturday, night at the G. A, B . hall The boys leave for the Denver Carnival on Monday night, have been , doing lots of practicing and they want the citizens to hear what they can do. Among their selections that evening will be March, Willow Grove- Selection Tuexedo Waltz Sober Las Oias . Selection Spring life, New Century march, Cri terian selection , Colosus of Columbia, march, Psyche, seleotion Amenoan bell, march. ADMISSION 25 CTS. No Reserved seats . George Johnson has commenced his teaching in the Gatewood dis trict, Sophis is to teach in Wilde - Higgins district, while Miss Mary again gets to teach the home school. WAKEENEY HOTEL. When You visit Wakeeney stop at the AMERICA...

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 September 1901

THE FREE PftESS. HARRY FBEEZE, Pub. HAYS CITY, , KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. . ., There are two highway robbers op erating' in and about Fort Scott. r The Sumner county high school opened with an enrollment of over 200. Farmers about Le Boy claim that their corn will turn out 50 bushels to the acre. Brakeman O. Smith was scalded at Kiowa by a hose slipping off the steam fpipe on the engine. R U. Bishop, aged 72 years, is dead. Tie was justice of the peace in Salina continuously for thirty years. The New York World mentions Chester I. Long as among the possibili ties for a member of the cabinet. Pratt has a hole 1,800 feet deep which it is proposed "to sink 1,000 more before giving up the chance of finding oil. ' Sterling people are agitating the starting of a city library and making a Ihome for it in the new Masonic temple. The farmers about Culver, Ottawa county, have organized a co-operative (grain company to fight the wheat corn line. Private Robt. Taska a Salina boy was on...

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 September 1901

tIMOli Delivered at the McKinley Funeral mJ in Canton. A SWEET AND TENDER STORY. McKinley Devotion to His Invalid Wife How tbe Iead Statesman Became a Christian The World's Grief Over ' Our Nation's Los. The following is the full text of the eermon of Dr. C. E. Manchester at the McKinley funeral In Canton Thursday: Our President is dead. "The silver cord is loosed, the golden bowl is broken, the pitcher is broken at the fountain, the wheel broken at the cistern, the mourn-: ers go about the streets." "One voice is heard a wail of sorrow from all the land, for the beauty of Israel is slain upon the high places. How are the mighty fallen! I am distressed for thee, my brother. Very pleasant hast thou been unto me." Our President is dead. We can hardly believe it. We had hoped and prayed, and it seemed that our hopes were to be realized and our prayers answered, when the emotion of Joy was changed to one of grave apprehension. Still we waited, for we said, "It may be that God will be gr...

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 September 1901

V Ralph Saum has gene to Tope ka on business. Mrs Ed Yost entertained the Lutheran society on Thursday. George Facklam from Enter prise and his' mother, Grand ma Mohr are here on business & visit. Heavy Uaderwear. 15 cents each, at Livenood's, The murderer of McKinley plead guilty and was sentenced to be electrocuted the last weekm Octo ber, same as anv common murder . er and no lesson of the strong arm of this great government for killing its ruler is shown the anar chits. " - The mill in the Gold fields oa the Scuokev has been set to work 2ricdin2 the thale to extract the gu-u uuui-i .iuo if;c piuwoc ouu now n win dc soon settiea wnetn er this shale actually contains the gold and we have millionares in our midst or that the shale is only 43ea mud' We have had talk & homesteads out there since 1896, but the showdown time has come. Quite a number of our citizens tbs week have driven down there to see the workings. 15.000 Acres otcn;ed ELLS W OKI H county, Kansas, for sale on...

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 October 1901

iScial paper: Ellis county. Advocating the best interests of Ellis count) 11 the time. VOL. 19. HAKBY FREES E. NO. 1 .Editob & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. October 5, 1901. 1. a year. Best Adyesxxsxw a Parrs is Co. .) Ralph Graham is home on a visit Our old timer Patterson who clerked here, now living in Mon tana, is visiting here. Walter Bishop has found his mare and colt out in west Graham county which be lost last March. Miss Eda Voss went out to Den ver to spend the week with the Bryants. Grandma Ranch and Mia Clara Rauch have taken a trip to Colon do to visit a daughter living there The Concert given by the Band last Saturday evening was excel lent but not well patronized. A telephone. No. 39, has been ran into the Hesse General store. Add it to your phone caid' Mrs. Dr. Patterson accompanied the band boys on their Denver trip as "the child f the regiment.' Mr & Mrs John Schlyer & daug liter have returned home from their trip to Buffalo and report a nice exposit...

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 October 1901

THE FREE PRESS. HARRY FREEZE, Pub. II AYS CITY, KANS. KAKSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. John Jenkins, of Douglas county, sold his apples in his orchard for 53,000. Five million dollars is to be expended for new buildings at Fort Leavenworth. . Tumner county banks are full of money; the farmers own the most of it. ' The second annual Barton county fair at Great Itend brought together on its second day 4,000 people. ' A. II. McAfee, a Frisco brakeman, had a leg cut off by the trucks of an engine in the Wichita 3-ards. Missouri parties have leased land Hear Laneville, Labette county, for the purpose of starting a distillery. Ernest V. Tuttle, an old citizen of Salina, is dead. lie was a member of the Masonic, Shriner and Elk lodges. The state permanent school fund has taken 827,000 of township bonds, Wood son eounty. There is yet in the fund 5275,000 tininvested money. J. A. Myers, a Rock Island brake man, was throwing a switch in Topeka when he slipped and fell and the train struck him, mashi...

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 October 1901

COLGOS Jtiry cvt Hxiffalo CortxJict? Him of Mxtrder in Firt Degree. Leon F. Czolgosz, the anarchist as sassin of President McKinley, Tues day was found guilty of murder in the first degree after one of the most rapid yet dignified trials in the history of Jurisprudence. Despite. the eminence of the prisoner's counsel it was appar ent Tuesday when the alienists decided that Czolgosz was sane that no de fense was possible, and consequently that any delay in the trial would be vain. In a period of eight hour3 and twenty-six minutes the assassin of President -McKinley had been found guilty and Judge Truman C. White had announced that he would pass sen tenoe on Thursday afternoon. Remark able as the trial had been throughout tor its dignity equally with its ab sence of delay, not the least engrossing feature of the day was the address to the jury made by Loren Li. Lewis, counsel for the prisoner. The vener able jurist explained the necessity of a defense for the prisoner even though LEON...

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 October 1901

- I i KANSAS FARMERS! Yi..oi :t interest ou to know all aiout cut over hard "woofl farmland in WISCONSIN? Wo olFr tor sale 25 000 acres in Wood county ' iff f "?;!- I-. jfi tv. i " . p. r: ii ' i r ( - iu W laiA ii r: v Th-- sf'l - a rich clav lcwiii aif !-f H 'Kiii!.1 if; 'he world. Hf-vj. & rop failure ha n v l 'rice fi-rrii S5 to $lo per ocr. I 'or ) ;jrK:ars write us nt m . MADSON & GRANT 1 ,2 V jiiiUit(jD ('hicao. New Drug store. APPLEB.VUGH'.S new Dru M'-r . North iVlnin sheet, opp sue thtj Ie, -or, is tmv .pen fur K'. : --, (t s ijil assort naer t t-f . lr ! o'.i- i r uji bit nt; ui'v and fre-f-dr ifrs. cigars, ctouioairv. hru-be,. Lvm v ihii.tr i r handsome bottle oj-c i-s . fvt'f from dus' and enrt. Pj i-rrp.ionsi c.;r. fully fih't. n,v . ci ! Telephone No SO LLLSU OR1 H conatv Kansas f ; fafoou tay terro For full ;r mutton ;iddre.i. iiofographs. J4H"r.-t elas. ()me and t(e You'll find us at the now l (j:illi' V )M South Chestnut next to -f' Lrier store. 'hone No, 4...

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 October 1901

U 3 iiticiai paper ol Ellis county. Advocating the best interests of Ellis counts all the time. VOL. NO. 19. 1 HARRY FREES E. EDITOK & PUBUSHEK. City of Rays, Kansas. October 12, 1901. $1. a year. Bzsr Adtestisikq Pjlpss in Co. Patronized by the nnsinesa Ilt,n, A whole car load of 'n Ben Davis Apples, mce ones at oniy 80 cents a bushel at Isaac Zeigler's Grocery store. n nnn nn 0 i UOD THE gey CITIZEN'S STATE BANK HAYS CITY, KANSAS, CAPITAL 0,000,00 ft SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $4,500,00 Transacts a General Banking Business And Solicits Your Patronage- Drafts sold on all parts of the Civilized World. 'Our Dratts" follow the Flag.'' .7 77 Wavil Prpcwlpnt ! 7?.. 7h:mn. Cashier. Uy J. Penney, Vice Pres. C, W. Miller, jr. A. " DIRECTORS. I- U. YOST- G. U. WANH, M. E. DIXON. H. J. PENNEY, J. H. WARD. r rg, 1 1 m,jr iz? Tgs? John Aich has been appointed City marshal, " Rev Cramer's mother on a visit. Isaac Zeigler apples this week. The time for shooting closed Oc trot in a car pra...

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 October 1901

4 s- 5 i FREE PRESS. HARRY FREEZE, Fab. HAYS CITY, KANS.; KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. The Santa Fe depot at Argonia (truck by lightning and burned. Tumner county banks are full monev: the farmers own the most Of of it. Del Valentine has been reelected clerk of the supreme court, bis second term commencing October 28. Joseph R. Marr, of Burton, was a member of Company C, and was among the killed on the island of Samar. Oounty authorities raided five joints in, Arkansas City; and took the jointists and their stocks on hand to Winfield. , Wichita is awake to the probability f the extension of the Choctaw road to that city from Alva about 100 miles away. The Rev. J. E. Everett, Congrega tional pastor at Onaga, is the new sec retary of the Kansas State Temperance "Union. Two negro convicts in the U. S. peni tentiary at Fort Leavenworth, attacked John Kennary, a guard, severely in juring him. The state firemen's convention meets this year at J unction City on October 15. This is the 14th an...

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 October 1901

BHnHaoM- pasMiA mmhot Theodore "Roosevelt's Father. Theodore Roosevelt is the youngest American citizen who has ever been called to the head of our nation. He (was born in New York City, October 27, 1858, his father, after whom he was named, being a prominent merchant, a patriot, a philanthropist, and a mov ing spirit in the Civil War. The elder Theodore Roosevelt went to Washing !ton after the first Battle of Bull Run, and warned President Lincoln that he must get rid of Simon Cameron as Sec retary of War, with the result that 'Mr. Stanton, the "organizer of vic tory," took his place. When the war was fairly under way, it was Theodore Roosevelt who organized the allotment plan, which saved the families of eighty thousand soldiers of New York f&tate more than five million dollars of .their pay; and when the war was over 'he protected the soldiers against the isharks that lay in wait for them, and saw to it that they got employment. Through his influence the New York newsboys' lo...

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 October 1901

Grand Picnic, Thursday, Oct 17 The St. Joseph Men's society have arraDged to give a grand Picnic on the creek south of town on Thursday Oct. 17th A crand time is promised and watch for the program. KANSAS FARMERS! Would it interest you to know all about cut over hard wood farmland in WISCONSIN We offer for 'sale 25.000 acres in Wood county. 10,000 in Chippewa 10,000 " m Barron " 15,000 in Washburn " 15 000 " in Sawyer The soil is a rich clav Icom and very productive. The best water & the finest climate in the world. Drough & crop failure has never been known. Price from So to $15 per acre. For particulars write us at once. MADS0N & GRANT 172 Washington st. Chicago, 111, New Drug store. APPLEBAUGH'S new Drug store, on North Main street, oppo site the depot, is now open for bn sines, General assortment of a 1st class drug store, new and fresh drugs, cigars, stationery, brushes. Everything in handsome bottles & cases, free from dust and dirt. Prescriptions carefully fil...

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