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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 April 1899

Official paper of Ellis county. &city of Hays. v Advocation the bast intercuts of Ellis count' all the time. VOL. IT. - HAH ST FREES E. HO. 1 Eettob & Publzssss. City of Hays, Kansas. April 22, 1899. SI. a year. Best Adv-estxkwo Pates rsr Co. Mist Lucy Solder is to have a bicycle to enjoy her vacation Ice formed on the tubs of wa ter twice this week. j Harry Pestana of Kusli wa in i town on legal business Thursday. I Big ills, as well as little ill. of; the kidnevs, cannot resist the cura tive power of Dr SawerV Uki tine. At Farley's Dr, and Mis H B K.hl are at Excelsior Springs abd the Doctot is improving M'noey i so plent there was a regular scramble to but count scrip as it draws 6 per cent murt It" id p'eaisnrc to 'record ; that Henrv Mver' daughter Mid John Tricev are improving. Mare taken up. A b-ick pnn rnrt- ( ame form farm 4 J mile east of. Hay, nesr. Elian MouiV Owner "can bavi by paving exjenes and proving' property DAVE KORBY .-. mm?'3 A sua most reat as he unn. ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 April 1899

THE FREE PRESS. SAHEY FSEEZS, rnUisher. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. Kansas items of rxTFRKSt , Mound City claims a particularly iwift horse and mule marked - Recruiting1 officers secured fifty-six mn at "Wichita recently, all for the cavalry. ; CofFeyville gained 429 inhabitants Ihe past year- Most of the Kansas towns are reporting increases. : An eDidemic . jof home buvine Is sweeping over the state, judging from the testimony of the many local pa pers. . : Pittsburg . will make an effort to have the Twentieth Kansas mustered out at tnat'place whenever their term of service is over. The Kansas Cotton Mill company of Independence has been chartered. Sooner or later part of Kansas will be ' cotton producing. The Jefferson county banks have in individual deposits 52,145,605.27, or compared to the population of. the county, $05 per capita, including in fants. . - There is no provision for a contest In a city election under the Australian ballot law, - but at Salina one man is contesting another...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 April 1899

HIS OLD YELLOW ALMANAC. I left the firm when mother died, an'.l chuu&ed my pmce of uwellm' To daugnter iaueie's stylish house, right in ine city street. Antl mere was tfiem, before I came, thai tort ot beared ine teilln" How 1 would rind the town-folks' ways so difficult 10 meet. Tbc-y said I'd have no comfort in the rustnn', nxec-up throng. And I'd have to wear milt collars every week-day right along. I find 1 take to city ways just Jike a duck to water. I like the racket and the uoise, and never tire of shows; And there's no end of comfort in the man sion of my daughter, And everything is right at hand, and money freely flows; And hired help is all about, Ust listenin' for my call. But I miss the yellow almanac from off my kitchen wall. The house is full of calendars from attic to the cellar: They're painted in ell colors, and are fancy-like to see. But Just in this particular I'm not a mod ern feller. And the yellow -covered almanac is good enough for me; I'm uned to it. I've...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 April 1899

r 1 have just received the tivrft line oi Carpets, for the price, ever brought to this city. In all the colors and the newest and pretti est designs that can be found in eastern stores. Come in and see and you will be pleaded and sur prised at the low pi-ices. I JOOi. HAYS CITY- HAIL, HAIL, HAIL, Hxmn? secur. d he A gem; frr tie old KehaMe ST. PaUL. J m noT prepared to do a eijernl HAIL Insurance business. I so licit V ur business and . r Mti-e fair treat m nt H. W. 0SHANT. Teachers' examinatioi The next reuulav q$rt rlv c aminalion nf c:irjd;daies for lea- era certificates in Ellis roont . m. oe held in the Public chft.l h u in Has on Saturday. Ajnl 2'J at 8 a m. Alex Mfiek, Co 8r.pt. A Cautious Votkee ils way1 keep on haii a pplv Besrgs Cherry Coush ny sudden cold may develop Crtui, nd before voiwan teach a ti ii tore, the child may be nasi ne'r rpa8 re dangerous. We ke.eo : Farley Pleasant hill farm for sale awful cheap on your ) terms TbeSuunder farm on we 1814 19, southwest of ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 April 1899

4JSdaI paper of Ellis county. city of Hays- Advocating the bast interests of Ellis counts all the tim VOL. 17. NO. 1 HARRY FREES Editob & Publishes. City of Rays, Kansas. April 29, 1899 $1. a year. Best AsTErsra Pirn et Qs George Palmer is carting ont lumber and will build a residence on his new farm just north of the Sach bridge. A lovely location. ONE FARE &or the round trip via the Union Pacilic, to San Francisco, Cal., for National Babtist Societies Anniversaries, Mav 25. 190. For dates on whih tickets wiU be sold, limits, and lull informa tion, cal! on Dave lav lor Agent. Attorney Cox of WaKeeney was here Monday on" Land Office work; be is the Attorney of the Smokev hill gold miners in their securing lana down tnere. we are sorry to record the death of his young wife last week, Editor Griffith evidentlv feels worse than ever, now that Editor Brettle gets the Ellis post office and Editor Hutchinson the office at Wilson, and don offer either ot his brothers hu hearty cons...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 April 1899

THE FREE PRESS. XSA7.SY FEEEZS, Publisher. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTFRE5T. i Recruiting ofncers secured fifty-six men at Wichita recently, all for the fcavalry. Thebonl bill before the Connecticut legislature which boycotted Kansas bonds has been killed. . . -. For over fnrtv wars X- Guittard has "been postmaster of Guittard Station, a ' hamlet in Marshall countv. ; Coffeyville will get that sorghum ifactory provided the promoter has the Assurance that . the farmers of that tof cane for delivery at the mill. A 28-pound buffalo was caught in the Marias des Cygnes near Ottawa a Jfew nights ago. A stream that sports fish of that size ought to be able to iget into the river and harbor bilL j . Kansas farmers are busy just bow with their corn planting. The ground is in splendid condition for corn plant ing. Most of the wheat throughout the state is coming out nicely, and the general prospects are good. I1 The examination at Fort Leaven, worth of applications for lieutenacy i...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 April 1899

c Public opinion is never far wrong You can cheat it for a time, but only for a time. The average life of a patent medicine is less than two years. They are pretty well advertised, some of them, but it isn't what is said of them, but what they are able to do which carries them through the years. Ha arsgpan (wLicH aide Saraparilh fiaoss) has never recommended itself to do what it knew of itself it could not do. It has never been known as a cure-all in order to catch all. For half a century it has been the one true, safe blood purifier, made in the best way out of the best ingredients. Thousands of families are using it where their fathers and grandfathers used it before, and its record is equaled by no other medicine. Is the best any too good for y oil? A BRIGHT HOME MAKES A MERRY HEART." JOY TRAVELS ALONG WITH Still water may run deep, but some men who talk but little think still less. The Best Prescription for Chili and Fever Is a bottle of Oeoti's Tastklxss Chill. Tonic. It is sim...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 April 1899

In 1 have just received the finest line of: Carpets, for the price, ever brought to this ci(y. In all the colors and the newest and pretti- est designs .mat eastern stores. Come in and see and you will be pleased and sur prised at the low prices. Cooling and grateful in it rff.cts, you will find Dr. feawier's Aruioa and Witc h Hazel Salve for eczema. nile. hives, burns and cuts. At Farley's. HAIL, HAIL, HAIL, xlavmsr becnred the Ao-hwv tor the old Reliable ST. PaUL. I am now prepared Undo a general HAIL I nsurance business, 1 s.i licit your hiibines and promi- fair treat nK ct H. W. OSHANT. A Cautious Motheb will h1 way keep ou hand a umlv i Bern Cherry Cough Srun V tudden cold may develop ('rout-, and before vou eau reach a diu turt, th child mav be iast hoi; Delay ro daurerou.. We keon it Firlay Prize Chickens, Engl'sh Red C"ps. EGGS 40 cents a ettiutr ot 13. I imported from Illinois lu season a coup of pure blooded e.hickens of this splendid breed. I am keeping them separate Irom...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 6 May 1899

Official paper of Ellis county. city of Hays. m w ar w w Advocating the best inter of Ellis coun! T all the time. VOL. NO IT 1 HAR8Y FREES E. Editos & Pubussss. City of Bays, Kansas. May 6, 1899. SI. a year. D C Nellis ot Topeka was arson15 th quests of o ir city thifc week. It ws 9 tears ago this week that Mr Bsirna died in England. Bock being hauled and George Brown will turn the ruined stable on souh Chetnut street into his blacksmith shop. Two bunbea of eastern Kans cattle were bi ought in thi we k aad taken to the Smokey bill to graze tbia summer. We hpe our subscribers to whom we sent thoe prize tomato seed will not forget to bririL' u a few plants to trv on the Plantation An adjourned term of our dis trict court W'ts held Monda and several cases closed up Alvis Houser plead guilty to sel ling Liquor fined $100 and .sent to jail 30 days A lots terrific wind of damage. on Sunday did A runaway team created a sensation. Wednf-sda A bunch of 300 young catt' from eastern Kansas...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 6 May 1899

THE FREE PRESS. TTATVRY FBSEZS, FaUls&or. HAYS CITY, - - KANSAS. . KASSAS ITEMS OF IXTKKKSXi " The papers appear to be chronicling fen unusual lot of petty thievery. three-fourths of a wheat crop, j which isn't so bad. Since the recent rains the wheat is tooaking a rapid growth and the farm ers are well pleased with the present outlook. ' This late spring will compel the farmers of Kansas to crowd a big lot of work within a mighty small space of time. Beloit will have a rock pile with the usual ball and chain attachment for the hoboes who strike town, or the erring ones who transgress the law cf the land. ; Holton will make the strongest kind of a pull to get the grand army en campment for next year; and the town would no doubt take care of it in a creditable way. Superintendent Church has admit ted vha Beaton Fire Insurance com pany to do 1-ibiness in the state of Kansas. - This company has a capital Stock of 81,000,000 This is its first application for a Kansas license and it ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 6 May 1899

Emperor William mm Bobber. Emperor, William never plays card except for rery low Btakes. Yet in a game with a Leipzig lawyer, once upon a time, the latter lost 20 marks. Ha laughingly exclaimed: "I have got into a regular robbers den." Every body roared with laughter, the em peror as heartily as-the rest. When his majesty was staying the follow ing year at Barby, and noticed the lawyer, he went up to him, handed him a 20-mark piece set in diamonds, in tne form of a scarfpin,. and said: "Re stored by the robbers." The Telephone In Europe. Europe's International telephone sys tem is being rapidly extended. Within a few weeks all Swiss cities have been connected with Frankfort, and with Vienna they will have connection as eoon as the distance from Munich to that city shall have been included in the circuit. Office seeking- prows on a man like any other habit. Must Be Polite. General Manager Underwood of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad has is sued the following general notice to station...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 6 May 1899

Jfse R' er f (. i- 'jui v tO fa-1 '.Iri'"!- -.J K. ;f .('ti K. 9it fT '? Me- ' i. '- wi rk and ! ro'fl - t--TO CUBE CO- D !iG Laxative Bromo QuiiJitf i ablets druggists retar d mony if iila.il-- I ere 35 cents. lhe genuipfc hs 8 Q. on each tablet. Handsome cards arp out aononn CiOg the annual Reception & Ban quet of the Hays cty High scboo: Alumni at G A R hall next Friday Tesing. Here i one t the compliments TT notices in a western exchange: "Brigadier General Brettle ot the Ellis Headlight was applet-! postmaster. Tbe General lia ou heartiest congratulations-, Fiei Cross will be. ret.ii&ed as cl.H. Another good appointor ent'. Like P.m Down'mer, he found the democratic boss bad had an e' ficient deputy so made no change. Bids wanted foi 2 Iron Bridge- SeIed proposals will h receive' until 12 o'clock noon June 6, 1899 at the office of the County clerk. Ellift county, Kansas, at Hays citv Kansas, for the erection of two J60 or 70 feet Irju bridges road ' wav on said bridge t...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 13 May 1899

Official paper of Kllis countv. r city of Hays. Advocating the bast interests of Ellis co: VOL. NO. 17. 1 HAfctBY FEEESE. City of Hays, Kansas. May 13, 1899. $1. a year. EdXTOS & PffBUSHSB. x--- V x , x. : .'v all the The Famous Big Show to be iu Comes HeTe -HAYS Saturday MAY 20th. v;lltua Next Saturday. Ririgling's great Circus arrives Our public school has closed and and unoati early next atur now for the long vacation & romp, jay morning at the Chestnut street Themot compute Line of Dry J worth WAlcnhjnsm Goods Notions to be . found in and every man and bora knows Hays city is at ZeiqleSs store. P me o. t y v and raising the immense tents is Attorney W E Saum of Wakee- also -well worth watching, nev ia to move here and open an At 10:30 sharp the whip snaps, office 'n the 1st Nat, bank building the band wagon starts up Chestnut , . , .f r, street leading the most geonnous (,ram buyer Georee M. Cox street de flVcr seen Beauti has bought ihe Bryant handsome fu, horps drawing...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 13 May 1899

THE FREE PRESS. ttattr.? Pulsllshar. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. KAPHAS ITEMS OF INTKBE8T. Fort. Scott is having more trouble with water and waterworks than most towns have with their joints and joint liquor. A Baptist preacher in Marion county eloped a few nights ago with another man's wife. This is the first stain in moral history of Marion county for several years. The executive council, it is said, has decided to abolish the office of state architect and divide his salary among newly created places for architects, one at each state institution. The heaviest rain of the season fell in Saline county last week and was ac companied by lightning, thunder and haiL The water fell several inches deep in the roads. The downpour, which was general throughout the county will be very beneficial to the wheat crop. II. H. Wentworth, an Atchison Chris tian Scientist, who was boomed by the newspapers a few years ago as a rival of Schlatter, the healer died, last week of old age. He was 84 years old, and...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 13 May 1899

About Lady Cnnots. ldy Curzon, the wife of the Vice roy of India, Is receiving many com pliments from the natives with respect to the beauty of her face and figure. One journal, after calling her exceed ingly lorely and comparing her witb the goddess Saraswati, says that er voice Is as sweet as that of the cuckoo, and her back as graceful as the neck of a swan. Lady Curzon was informed by her interpreter that other portions of her anatomy had come in for ap proval. She did not care to pursue the theme. Pasteur Was Absent Minded. The late M. Pasteur was never more absent minded than one evening when he was dining with his son-in-law. During desert he was observed to care fully dip each cherry into his finger bowl, with the professed object of get ting rid of any microbes that might cling to the fruit. During a disserta tion which ensued on the danger of mi crobes the professor became so ab sorbed in his subject that, wanting a drink, he took up the finger bowl and MjlnpH down water, ...

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 May 1899

f'hke ao(l H.k I he Ikj." int-ut ci earn . We hno npf-red Ice cream mrur in or t he Wl dn Hotel' aul solicit patronage thanking tul tor tb"r past patronage- MCLAIN & CRAIG. TO CUBE A COLD IN O'tf DAY. Take Laxative Brotuo Qniuint; Tablets. All druggists refund money if it fails to core 25 cents. The genuine has L. B Q. on eh tnKlot. Oat at the Union school house near Hog back they are to hold a Sunday school convention and en joy this program on Sunday May 21st, to wlich all are invited Opening at 9:30 with devotion al exercises led by Mrs. Lr. AoKins ann music by the quoir. Welcome address Sarah Bullock A paper by Mrs Reploele Advantages ot a sundu) school Ono by Mr. Ballock Benefits derived from Sunday school. General discussion. Music Recitation Maggie Disnoy . " Carrie Bullock Solo C L R Barns From 12 to 2 dinner, 2 pm, devotional exercises Mr, Fellers, Musio Misses Blender Rftport of Sunday school, Our field and its needs Mr Stout Music How may we increase our member ship R...

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 May 1899

Sdol paps? e? Ellis county. & city of Hayo. Advocating the feast interests of SUis count m3 4 tol. ir. KO. 1 City of Hays, ILgbe .y'20, 1839. 01. a year. 3 sa o V I V i V V : West Juniata street is now re ceiving a grading. Everybody and the babies and the mother-ic-Iaws, will be here to day at the Circus John Hall jr., now enjoys riding a handssme new bicycle just receiv ed from Sear, Robuck & Co. The most compUt-e line of Dry Goods Notions to be found in Hays city is at Zeigler's store. SI ra wherries arc sellinsr this year at onlv 10 cents a box. Cheap e nough . Dick Finch won his land con test at the Wakeeny land office this week -and he gets the Bruce Finch timber claim. Mrs. L. W. Scott of Oberlin, with her baby, has come home to spend the summer. Mrs Fannie Brosius Cramer is here on a visit to the old folks for the summer. Dressmaking. Dressmaking and general sew ing at your home or at Decker cottage. Call on Misses Replogle and Chase, A priceless blessing is found 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. — 20 May 1899

THE FREE PRESS. HAYS CITY, - - KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTZSZ811 A Republic county lady found -a chicken with four leg's and four wings in a brood hatched out last week. Some of the people of Tbpeka, when asked to contribute to a fund to buy Fred Funston. a sword, whacked up 5 cents. Westmoreland's railroad will be open on the firs! of July. They ought to make it the Fourth and break the the record with a celebration. On one street in Galena nine bus!" ness buildings are in course of con struction. This is the way the towns in the mining district are marching ahead. On the 18th of this month the old settlers of northwest Sumner, south east Kingman and southwest Sedg wick counties will hold their annual reunion. The Scandia Journal has discovered that some fellows who are too poor to pay for their home paper manage to dig up a dollar or so a week which they blow in at the joints. Narka's city council purchased 350 trees for the purpose of beautifying the city park. A good move. It is...

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 May 1899

25 ARE KILlEDjH A VRECK. Terrible Railway Disaster in Penn sylvaniaFifty Injured. PASSENGER TRAINS COLLIDE. Readesg, Pa., May 13. Shortly be fore 10 o'clock last night a collision of passenger trains occurred on the Phil adelphia & Reading at Exeter station, six miles below Beading. The express train, which should have left here at 8:30 p. m. for Philadelphia, was be hind schedule time in leaving and stopped at Exeter for orders. A special train from Harrisburg bearing excur sionists who had attended the Hart ran ft monument unveiling at the cap ital, left here twenty minutes later than the express train, and at Exeter, while proceeding at a rapid speed, crashed into the express. Several cars of the express train were wrecked. The number of dead is fully twenty five and the injured fifty. The first train plowed through three cars of the forward train, completely wreck ing them. Eight dead were brought here at 1 a. m. A score are under the debris. A trainload of wounded was broug...

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 May 1899

6 rfic sud We have opn-d a. bakery piso Jce cream parlor in be basinieiM oithe Windsor Hotel ati H.lici patronage thanking a;i tr iLc't paat patronage. MCLAIN & CRAIG. TB CUBE A COLD IK ONE DAY. AM Arssffists refund money if it fails i 0sr 20 cents. J.ne genuine nas Vi!B. Q- on each tablet. Out at the Union 6chool house sear Hog back they are to hold a cnsday school convention and en jay this program on Sunday May 31st, to wlich all are invited Opening at 9:30 with levotion al exercises led by Mrs. G. Adkms inn music by the quoir. Welcome address Sarah Bullock A paper by Mrs Replosrle Advantages of a sundcy school Ono by Mr. Bullock Benefits derived from Sunday school. General discussion. Ratio XUcitation Maggie Dienoy. " Carrie Bullock 8olo CLK Barns From 12 to 2 dinner, 2 p.m. devotional exercises Mr, Fellers, fnsic Misses Blender Report of Sunday school, Oar field and its needs Mrs Stout Music How may we increase our member skip R Joy. Discussion. Music. Paper Hattie Chaa ( R...

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