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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 23 November 1901

IS Ifiicial paper of Ellis countv. Advocating the best interests of Ellis co7 v iy all the time. VOL. 19. HAKEY FREES E. City of Hays, Kansas. November 23, 1901. 1. a year. Best Adveshsxnq Papes xn Co. Patronized by tho nxtsines NO. 1 EDITOB & PUBLISHES. VA VAVA COMER STOXE LAYING-. The corner stone tor the new St Josepn Catholic church of this city will be laid with imposing cer emonies by the Rt. Rev. Bishop J F Cunningham on Thanksgiving dav Nov. 28 th. This new church i9 being built of tone and will be one of the handsomest in the state. All are cordially invited to par ticipate in the exercises over this, one of the grandest iaipiovments ever ms.dc in Hays city and Ellis countv. A thousand things by it are done tar better than most things do one We refer to Rocky Moun tain Tea made by Madison Tedi cine Co, 35 cts Ask your druggist Suberban lot for sale. In south east part of town near the creek fine building lots with abundance of water guaranteed. A lot 130 by 425 feet, in...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 23 November 1901

THE FREE PRESS. HARRY FREEZS, Pub. HAYS CITY, KANS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. A well at Charmte is said to be giving from the bowels of the earth 9,000,000 cubic feet of gas every 24 hours. The Southern Kansas and Oklahoma Implement Dealers' association is to meet at Wichita on December 4 and 5. The city marshal of navensville has been arrested for striking boys who re fused to obey his order to go home on Halloween. A. C. Emmons, a mineralogy expert, has been detailed by the interior de partment to inspect the Trego-Ellis gold fields. For the first time in eleven years there is a change of one county com missioner of Smith county in party membership. James Simpson, the third white man to settle in Doniphan county, died on his preemption claim recently at the age of 92 years. It is believed in official circles that fully 15 per cent of the ballots cast at the late election were rejected on ac count of errors. Coffey rille has a fire alarm which is a piece of pipe with a whistle at t...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 23 November 1901

I Reciprocity Lower War Duties Some Changes Satisfied Now. IMMENSE SURPLUS TRADE. Washington, Nov. 19. There are four classes of statesmen now thinking-more or less along tarifl" lines. They include: First Those who seek the ratifica tion of reciprocity treaties now pending in the senate; and making new treaties. Second Those who would lower or do away altogether with the internal revenue duties resulting from the war tariff. Third Those who would puncture holes here and there, as it were, in the protective system; take duties off steel products, hides and other articles. Fourth Those opposed at this time to any sort of tariff revision. Of this class there are two kinds: Those who lelieve a tariff agitation and revision unwise or disastrous at any time; and those who are zealous advocates, from selfish or other motives, of a protective system, and therefore desire things to remain as they are. Something will probably be done. The demand for action is great. The immense surplus and t...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 23 November 1901

KANSAS FARMERS! Would it interest vou to know i-t ov.l cn! rr i.3rd .: v' .1 V c itf ? lor "Mif 25 000 ricrts iu U .md 1,000 in Cijjpppu . 10,000 " in Huron 15,000 in Vhhurn 44 15 000 " inSamer Tht; mm I is a rich c!tv lrt m ? veijk preductive The h;s w' S the finoft climate in the orlt. Drouth & crop failure has u been known. We rcwz $5 to $15 per acr . For particulars write us once. MADSON & GRANT 172 Washington st. Chicago, III. New Drug store. APPLEBAUGHS new Dru2 store, on North Main street, oppo site the depot, is now open for bo sine&.", General assort mett of 1st class drug store, new and frrb drugs, cigars, stationery. bruI.eh. Everv thing in handsome lott;e & cases, free from dust and uirt Prescriptions car. fully filled. Give us a call. Telephone No 80. HEADACHE - wit '- At 'all drug atorea, 25 Dm a 25c Photographs. First class. Como and see the value we oflerfor $2. "You'll find us at the new Gallery on South Chestnut next 1. Zeigler's store. Phone Ao, 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. — 30 November 1901

3feial paper oi Ellis county. Advocating the best interests of Ellis count ill the time. VOL, 19. NO. 1 HARRY FREESE. Editob & Publisher. City of Hays, Kansas. November 30, 1901. SI. a year. Best ADVEsnsnfd Paterxs Co: Patronized by the jsusima Ileal The Golden Belt Teachers asso ciation met at Wakeenv Friday & most of eur teachers attended. It seems, if it were possible, that more turkeys than ever be fore were brought in this week, Township officers JNotice is hereby given that ill the township officers lately elec ted should have their official bond on file in my office on or before Oec, 2nd 1901. stamp required this year. Jacob Bissing, Co. clerk. A thousand things by it are lone tar better than most things lo one We refer to Rocky Moun Tea made by Madison Medi .ne Co, 35 cts. Ask your Iruggist Suberban lot for sale. In south east part of town near he creek fine buiMing lots with ' iounaance oi water guaranteed. A lot 130 by 425 feet, in wheat. Apply at Free Press office...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 30 November 1901

, - THE FREE PRESS. DABBY FBEEZE. Fab. HAYS CITY, KANS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. One mill at nays City grinds 3,000 bushels of wheat every 24 hours. John Wager, a Wichita baker, caught his arm in the machinery and it was terribly mangled. It is stated that there is more gin fchipped into Phillips county than of other liquors. There are many Hol landers there. O. E. McElfresh, has resigned his position as postmaster at Osage City, and has been appointed inspector of free rural delivery routes. Major G. W. Young, of Newton, sent a well worded acknowledgement of the assistance given there by the Wichita fire department, at the recent fire in his city. Seven miles west of Win field an old miner claims to have discovered gold in paying quantities. There is quartz in a ledge and gold in the sand along a creek. Warden Jewett says that the records of the penitentiary will show that the longer a judge serves the more merci ful he becomes toward the offenders of the law. The Kansas State Ora...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 30 November 1901

"WHAR DEWICUM IN?" (Being the Soliloquy of a Farmer on the Free Raw Sugar Question.). "Thar's a mighty lot er talkin about farmers 'n thar rights, N the wonderful prosperity thet beet growin' invites. Thar's a heap er foolish crowin' 'n the 'beats begin ter shout n holler fer the Tariff ter keep free raw sugar out! , But I notis thet the beet -p rod ucin' farms are very few. An' the farmers through the country ain't got much ef it ter dew. The hull land ain't a-raisin' beets, n ain't goin' ter begin, Beet growin's right fer "sum, I guess but, whar dew cum in ? The farmer gits four dollars now fer every ton o' beets A hansom price, I must allow but hidin' sum deceits. Beet sugar manyfacterers admit es they hev found Thet "granylated" costs 'em sumthin' like tew cents a pound. In fact thet leaves a profit on which they'd greatly thrive And if it kin be sold fer three, why should we pay "em FIVE? It seems ter me es thet's a game thet's mighfcy like a skin But if thar's any benefit waal...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 30 November 1901

KANSAS FARMERS! J Vv ouid it -ct-iisl ou to kii-w a'i about cu -over bard wood farmland in WISCONSIN We ofler tor sale 25 000 acres in Wood county. 10,000 in Chippewa 10,000 ' in Barron 15.000 in Washburn 15 000 4i in Sati'. it ( The soil is a rich clav lcoui ai o verv nredactive The best water & the finest climate in the world. Drougrh & crop failure has nevor been krrnu-u. JPrice frtin $5 to $25 per acr. For i,;irtic;tfirs write us at orre. JIADSOS & GRANT 172 W.MUniigon st. (.'hicago, III, New Drug store. APPLEBAUGi new Drug store, on North Main street, oppo sue the depot, is now open for b sines.-, Gineial assort men t of lt cls.s store, new and fieh drurs. cirrarn, fctalionerv. brushes, i Evervihin? in handsome bottle.- & cases, free trom dust and din. Pif script ions can fully filled. Give call. Telephone No. 80. HEADACHE At all drug stores. 25 Doses 25c Photographs. First class. Come and see the value we ofler tor $2. You'll nnd us at the new Gallery on South ...

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 December 1901

r. Official paper of Ellis county. i ' .- t - Advocating the b3st interests of Ellis county all the time. VOL. 19. HARRY FREESE, HO. 1 Editojs & Pcslsses. City of Hays, Kansas. December 7, 1901. $1. a year. Best Advkstising Paper in Co; Patronized Iry ttie nusvneia Al'r.. V -.7 A VV sXiX I I ft ! i i i i i A' f 4, promised, congressman Bill er. the first day congress met. istroduced a bill appropriating 05d,000 to put down a system of &rte 3; an wells for Irrigation parpo 69 .tests in Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado, one ot which is to be on tk Ft. Hays Reservation, We kepe he mav get it thro1. Sunflower dance. Friday evening, Dec 20st the BiaSower club give their next so eial danca in GAR hall and every fcdv always have a good time. All members should attend and everybody invited. Tickets 50c, Suberban lot for sale. la south east part of town near Ue creek fine building lots with abundance ot water guaranteed. A. lot 130 by 425 feet, in wheat. Apply at Free Press office. DRES...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 7 December 1901

THE FREE PRESS.' HARRY FREEZE, Fab. HAYS CITY, KANS. OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRITORY A 25-foot business lot in Woodward has heen sold for 52,000. Guymon has opened another fight for the county seat of Beaver county. Governor Seay recently sold land just south of Kingfisher for $30 an acre. Calvin Hill, an ex-rough rider, is a candidate for the Pawnee postoffice. The law prohibiting the trade in cigarettes in Oklahoma is said to be a dead letter. Luther E. Potter, of Rose, Kansas, has been appointed as farmer at the Ponca Indian school. There were 976 tracts of agricultural college lands leased to 950 bidders. The leases net 891,000. 1 The voters of a number of Oklahoma counties have turned down propositions for county high schools. The Choctaw railroad is preparing to4 run four passenger trains daily between Oklahoma City and El Reno. Mr. Kincaid, of Guthrie, has on ex hibition some nice strawberries picked on the first day of December. A Rock Island corps of surveyors are running a l...

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 December 1901

Thrown from Ills Cab ail iidieJ. The following is a mist interest! A& nd, in one respect, pathetic tale: Mr. J. Pope, 42 Ferrar Road, Streat ham, England, said: "Yes, poor chap, he is gone, dead horse bolted, thrown off his seat on his cab he was driving and killed poor chap, and a good sort, too. mate It was him, you see. who gave me th: hair-bottle of St. Jacob3 Oil tha made a new man of me. 'Twas lik this: me and Bowman were grea friends. Some gentleman had give? him a bottle of St. Jacobs Oil whicl had done him a lot of good; he onlj used half the bottle, and remembering that I had been a martyr to rh?uma tism and sciatica for years, that I har literally tried everything, had doctors and all without benefit, I became dls couraged, and looked upon it tha there was no help for me. Well," said Pope, "You may not believe me, foi it is a miracle, but before I had used the contents of the half-bottk of St. Jacobs Oil which poor Bowman gave me, I was a well man. There it is, you se...

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

f TOO blTrKSBO US ZO COJNUiaVii. runt American's Fortunes Would Amswil to in Eighty Tears at 4 Per Cent. How will the -world adjust Itself ta fche reign of the American billionaire T This is the stupendous questions sug gested in the estimate by Henry Clews of the natural growth of the ten, great est fortunes in America In eighty years. Sir. Clews' figures are based upon a pasual statement recently made by John B. Parsons, attorney of the late Henry Bradley Plant, at the Plant estate, whicn is now valued at 20 million dol- iars, will be worth 160 million dollars in sixty years and 220 million dollars in eighty years. i Mr. Clews estimates that, valued to jday at 1,525 million dollars, these ten fortunes, on the basis used for the Plant festatc, will in eighty years reach the Astounding and wholly Inconceivable (aggregate of $36,402,896,000 and thl3 foot by speculation or any superficial in fcreasa In values, but by the gradual ac cumulation of wealth by wealth at the Apparently insi...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 December 1901

Ifiioial papier or Ellis county. Advocating the best interests of Ellis county all the time. TOL, 19. HARRY FREES E. HO. 1 Editok & Publshes. City of Rays, Kansas. December 14, 1901. $1. a year. Best Advestisino Pafeb in Co; Patronized by ths liusinss Hen, Albums,. At LIYENGuOD S. Suberban lot for sale. la sooth east part of town near t&e creek fine building lots with abundance ot water guaranteed. A lot ISO by 425 feet, in wheat. Apply at Free Press office. GOESSfMING. Ladies, Notice. I an ready at my home on East Juniati street to do Dress nakmg and would like a share f your patronage. MRS. ROSE flOLAJN. REPAIRING DONE. If you need your Bicycle, your Parasol, your Sewing machine, your gasolene stove, xes, even yonr Roof or chimney repaired Give me a Call. Always ready to help you in troubles. George Spencer. South Fort street, Hays. Bicycle work a Specialty JtepainnOT your sewing nachinr or Gasoline stove, do it risht and cheap. Bring me Your wrk. SPENCER. appLE I have a c...

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 December 1901

THE FREE PRESS. BAR BY FREEZE, Pub. HAYS CITY, KANS. AAIi'SAS 1TEM8 OP INTEREST. Mayor Caton, of Winfield has vetoed a fifty-year franchise for piping1 natural gas. The discharge of grans at artillery practice at Fort Riley is heard at Alma, 25 miles away. The gross receipts of Kansas post offices for the year was 51,756,400.09, or $1.20 per capita. The constitution of Kansas was draft ed in a building on the Wyandotte flats, since washed away. There is nothing- in the way now of preparing to build the new asylum .for epileptics at Parsons. Two carloads of turkeys were shipped from Stockton in two successive days. There were 4,000 of them. The Logan Republican denies the story that there are 26 widows in Logan. It says there are only ten. J. W. Amis, a prominent educator, once assistant state superintendent, died at Smith Center recently. The Kansas wheat crop of 1901 is 94.6 per cent greater than the average annual crop for the past ten years. Miss Julia Mclnerney, of Abilene, re c...

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 December 1901

5 8 i) So far as football is concerned the game is nearly over. If Ton Caaaot Sleep take SEELTE'S NER-VENA. Soothea the nerves and induces refreshing sleep. What we consider necessaries we often regard as extravagances in others. :Many good physicians and nurses ne Wizard Oil for obstinate rheumatism and neuralgia. It's the right thing to do. Better a distant friend than an inti mate enemy. . How Clothes An Blistered. Many of the starches, now being used In washable fabrics contain ingredi ents that break and blister the goods so that after a few washings they are of little service. Defiance starch (made in Nebraska) is manufactured with a special view to obviating the difficulty. It contains a solution that can in no way injure the linen but instead gives it a smooth, glossy finish that makes goods look new after each iron ing. . Sold by leading grocers. Made by Magnetic Starch Co., Omaha, Neb. THREE CHICAGO DOCTORS Failed to Do for Miss Habelle L. LaMonte What Was Accom plished by...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 December 1901

aJ-M-- - - -----r. - , . , -tJMI is both effect and cause of weakened nerves. De prived of nerve-force, the stomach cannot perform its labors, -nutrition is per verted, food 13 converted into acid ferments that poison the nerves, cloud the intellect and weaken the entire system. There is one remedy, and one only. Build up the nerves. "My stomach vras so weak that I could not take ar.y solid food, and I vras nervous, restleas, irritable and un able to sleep. After taking Dr. Miles' Nervine I pained rapidly in flash and in six months I was well." . Mrs. E. 1L FaocTOB, Tilton, I. H. T D. Miles' stimulates the appetite, regulates digestion, and builds up wasted tissues. Sold by druggists oh guarantee. Dr. Miles Medical Co, Elkhart, Ind. New Drug store. APPLEBAUGH'S new Dru store, on North Main street, oppo ite the depot, is now open for bv sines", General assort merit of i st class drug store, new and fresh 1rugs, cigars, stationery, brushes. Everv thine in handsome bottle ; cases, free...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 December 1901

Official paper oi Ellis county. Advocating the bast interests of Ellis county the time VOL, no. 15. 1 HAEBY FBEESE City of Hays, Kansas. December 21, 190L $1. a year- 33 Papss is Co.- Patronised y tu nvsin&s HALL !3 HA night only. iFsdayP-.Ja A E3 One YS, THZ EIIOTIOIf AL ACTRESS HISS COTJRTENAY la a Magnificent 6oesle Fnducciot ORGAN Al Robinson is having Ek well I dog back of his livery stable. GIRL'S MACK1NT0SHS cheap at Livengood's Wes hid wards bas been on a visit to bis daughter at Ola the. Miss Margaret Rea bas gone to Hiawatha to spend the holidays with her grandma. Word comes ot the doatb in Illinois of the father of John West brook and he has gone there. Clere Shullz has tetumed from hii trip down thro' Oklahoma and had a good time. A lW,v,0 ALBUMS. Jl1 MllLLlV) - ALBUMS At LIYENGOOD S. The Saturday afternoon club I will not meet until after New Year Frank Monroe and wife have gone to Emporia to visit with the old folk? during the holidays. Now we must record the death...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 December 1901

THE FREE PRESS. HABB7 FREEZE. Fab. HAYS CITY, KANS. KANSAS ITEMS OF IXTEBE9T. There were 584 recorded conversions during' the revival at Wellington. Franklin- county has commenced preparations for a fair next year. A contract has been let for a county high school for Norton county, for S12, 000. . Barton county jail at Great Bend has leaked prisoners four times within four month. "Stone's Folly," a 520,000 residence near Topeka, erected during boom times, is burned. Syracuse has 22 charter members in its commercial club, and expects to triple the number. The postoffice at Empire is discon tinued and a sub-station of the Galena postoffice takes its place. - There are 73 gas and oil producing wells around Chanute and there are 10 drilling outfits at work. The state association of connty clerks will hold its annual meeting iu Hutch inson during the holidays. The Norton Golf club has purchased 40 acres adjoining the town for their links. The price paid is S2.000. Douglas county is recei...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 December 1901

WHENCE COHES THIS MIGHTY , HEALING POWER. All the land Wonders at the Remarkable Care Effected by Professor Adkln. Heals Diseases Galled Incurable Ministers, Doctors and Professional Men Tell How lie bai Cored the Blind, the Lame, the Paralytic and Many on the Very Brink of Death, 8! .Professor Adkln Offers to Ilelp all Soffer ers From Any Disease Absolutely -Freeof Charge Professional Men -, Investigate His Powers. Hr-i?&ry&-:rti' v 4""' mm PROF. THOMAS F. ADKIN. President of the Institute of Physicians and Surgeons. In all parts of the country men and women, doctors and f-urgeons. clergymen and educators are wondering at the remarkable cures made by Prof. Tbomas F. Adkiu, discoverer of the Adkin Vitaopathio treatment. Prof. Adftln heals not by drugs, nor by Chris tian Science, nor by Osteopathy, nor by Hypno tism, nor by Divine Healing; but by a subtle psychic force or nature in combination wita certain vital magnetic remedies which contain the yery elements of iife and he...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 December 1901

that are too fast or too- slow, too strong or too weak, are not the kind that come from a healthy - - heart. Remember, every heart that pains, flutters, palpitates, skips beats, and every heart that causes fainting spells, shortness of breath or smothering, is weak or diseased, and cannot keep the blood cir culating at its normal rate. "My heart was very weak and kept skipping beats until it missed from one to three beats a minute. , Well Knowing what the result would be if this trouble was not stopped, I began taking - Dr. Mile3' Heart Cure, and two bottles brought the heart action to its normal condition." D. D. Holm, Huntington, Ind. D. Miles' Heast Cute. builds up and strengthens the heart action, regulates the cir culation and restores health. Sold by all druggists on a guarantee. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind New Drug store. APPLEBAUGH'S new Drug store, on North Main street, oppo bite the depot, is now open for bn lt class drng store, new and iresn drugs, cigars, ttation...

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