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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 December 1901

Official paper of Ellis county. Advocating the best interests of Ellis count all the time. HAUBY FREES E. City of Hays, Kansas. December 28, 1901. $1. a year. Best ADVESSxsnea Pates is Co Patronized hj the nusiruu Men, YOL. 19. XJO. 1 One ALL m night only. day, Jany. s, T2E EMOTIONAL ACTRESS MISS COUS.TBNAY MORGAN la a Kajniflct Boei proditctioa f Miss Kuth Brown has gone up to Wakeency on a visit. John McMahon has gone to the eastern part ot the state on a visit- Mrs. Frank Kesler of Ellsworth is here on a visit to.her sister, Miss Nellie Alsof of Wakeeney was here this week visiting friends '"welcome To East Lynn your q.UDfiooDSHAppY Honr j LT3 if SS? Mica Tioscio 7 li v Visa rotnmofl Dr. Snyder made a business trip fron her trin t Tonpka anfl tup to K C this week eagt an(i reports a pleasant visit, Christmas was generally observ 0arold timer, ex commissioner ed here and the streets entirely r0(.,K r0nv;3 u k in New Mexico, deserted, everybody spendm day around the fireside. The m...

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 December 1901

THE FREE PRESS. BABBIT FBEKZE. Fab. HAYS CITY, KANS. KAIfSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. McPherson county is .to have 23 rural mail delivery routes to start off on Feb ruary 1. Two farmers near Osborne have de cided to erect a $20,000 flouring mill in that city. Several serious accidents have oc curred at Burlington from falls upon icy sidewalks. The Atchison furniture factory was gutted by fire in a half-hour, with a loss of $25,000. James II. Guy, a negro lawyer of To peka, is a candidate for appointment as minister to Ilayti. There is a demand from many Kan sans that Prof. Dyche's animals be ex hibited at St. Louis. The supreme court has decided to hear all cases involving the anti -trust law on April 8, next. Judge C. A. Smith, of Cawker City, is a great-grandson of Ethan Allen, of revolutionary war fame. At the Cottonwood Falls revival all but five pupils of the high school joined some one of the churches. Three men employed in the Wichita freight house of the Santa Fe have gone soldier...

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 December 1901

.!::! :-i nisi 2 J 6 & mA WSlii EOn'3 epIsUes he OLD AND NEW. I cannot Joy with those who hall The new-born year; X rather grieve with those who give The dead Old Year A tender tear. The New what know I of the New? I knew the Old! God's benison upon hl3 corse. On which the mold Lies stift and cold Here In the shadow let me stand And count them o'er. The blessings that he brought to me. A precious store I asked no more. He brought me health-a priceless boon To jne and mine; He brought me plenty for my need3. And crowned my shrine "With love divine. Ah! when I think suffused with tears I feel my eyes Of all the dear delights he brought; Yet stark he lies 'Neath Winter skies. Therefore I cannot hail with joy The new-born year; I rather grieve," with those who give The dead Old year A tender tear. ALTER CARSON leaned back in the easy chair, drawn up before his sit ting room fire at his Duke street chambers in Lon don. The clock had struck 10, and tbe sonorous boom from .Big Ben , ca...

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 December 1901

JttAMICATION CF21E. Perfect Digestion Essential to Eeali.li and Thorough. Mstleaiion ti . Perquisite. - lH2tication S3 the latest cure for the ills vhicxi afflict mankind. A German scientist has discovered, according to the Brooklyn Eagle, that indigestion and all the complaint3 arising from it can bs either prevented or cured by oblig ing patients to bite up thoroughly every xhing that enter3 their mouths. Even liquids, such as rater, must be chewed to some extent, cna oup must receive as much mastication as if it vrere com posed cf dry bread crumbs. According to the scientist who advo cates this method 8 per cent of the stomach troubles cf mankind are caused ty improper method3 of consuming food and drink. The human mouth, he points out, is neither a mere receptacle fotood nor i3 it designed solely for tasting. It Is as much a digestive organ as the stomachself. More than half of the process of digestion, he says, thould take place in the mouth. It is when the work which should ha...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 4 January 1902

VV : V tHSCOYERYv gtraa . and core wtw treatsass is 1 iiicial pai2, of 1 Hiiiis counts Advocating the bsst interes Ellis counf; all the time. Sod. -"-tio of 1.50 VOL. 1. HARRY FREESE. HO. 1 EDITOS & POTL53HE3. Cit v of Ravs, Kansas. January 4, 1902. Al. a year. Best Advilutlsinq Papes m Co " Patronized Jty tfa jjv&sicm lien? .t. A? -. MM . - '-' - v CSS ert I onit ' acqW V I - 6, 'f 1 (v S BEST FRIDAY The Old Maid's Convention. Grandest of fun and good time. Reserved seats at Carriek's store. ALUN. HAY; One night only. J Bo sure to send this week's pa per to your friends If you want more to pcnd come get them while they last. By our united work we can now keep the growing ball a rolling. THE EMOTIONAL ACTRESS BS COTTE.TENAY MORGAN ' Im a Magnificent Scenic Production ef , it SI 1 -tVelcomc To East ; rorir 1 II . feiCS? I las I 11 fcs Herewith we give yon a view ot the State Normal School at Emporia, ot which the one here is to be a branch. It started years ago in a small waf...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 4 January 1902

THE FREE PRESS. EAR BY FREEZE, Fab. H-iYS CITY, KANS. KANSAS 1TKMS OF INTEREST. The people of Rusfc-,11 are raising a fund of 810,000 to bore for gas and ciL The ladies of Osborne have made a good beginning in accumulating funds for a library building. J. M. Younkin, of Clay Center, is added to the list of losers of cattle by pasturing them in dry corn fields. The First Presbyterian church of To peka, reports 104 new members to have United with the church since June. Eight hundred chickens were pro Tided for the Christmas dinner at the federal penitentiary at Leavenworth. The ten-year-old son of Thomas Mc Cormick, section foreman at Miltonvale, was drowned in a pond while at play. Mrs. Lucinda Carlton, aged 64, died Dec 23 on the Sedgwick county farm upon which she has lived for 30 years. Wm. Fay, who was an English sol dier in the Crimean war, died on De cember 23 at Osage City, aged over 100 years. Fred Dodge, of Leavenworth, who was a member of the Twentieth Kan sas, is now chief...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 4 January 1902

J.' iiOEMlSlllllPS man Warships And Many Ships Of Other-Countries IN r VENEZUELAN WATERS. "Washington, Dec. 30. The gathering of fserman warships in the vicinity of Venezuela and the presence of many - American, British, French and other foreign warships, is attracting the attention to the imminence of the naval demonstration Germany is about to majke against ' Venezuela. Thus far the Gefrman government has not made known the exact details of her proposed nWe, the official communications to th United States being confined to an in; juiry as to the attitude of this gov ernment on the question of a demon 6tifation in favor of the purpose on the part of Germany not to acquire any permanent foothold in "' Venezuela. The answer of this gov ernment was entirely satisfactory to the 1 German authorities, who since have proceeded with the execution of theiy" plans for coercing Venezuela: It is JJaid to be probable that the first cive will be the establishment of a blockade of Venezuelan port...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 4 January 1902

It The Q0 KailroacL TRAIN BUSLNESS NO. DAY 8. SAVED. Kansas city to New York in 36 hours. To Boston in 40 hours, Till WUSI1 PAaT mail, Joaving Kansas City every day at 0:15 P m. Arrives at New York cm a 7:30 tbeseeond morn ing, aud in Boston at 11:25 the 2nd morning Through sleeping car berths sold to JNew lors, insist on your ticket re-'ding via the WABASH The Wabash is the' only line that makes this time- II, JVt Garland, W.P.A, Wabash Ticket office, (JunctionJ 9th & Delaware, Kansas City, Womea as Well as Men Are iYIade Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear vhen the kid neys are out of order ' or diseased. Kidney trouble ha3 ycTj : become so prevalent that it is not uncommon for a child to be born ;AKSiP afflicted with weak kid- i TvM Wz rie.vs. If tVift r.hild urin ates too often, if the urine scalds the -flesh or if, vhen the child reaches an age when it should be abl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 11 January 1902

I 1 Official paper ot Ellis county. r J Advocating the best interests of Ellis count) ' i the time. City of Hays, Kansas. January 11, 1902. Si. a year. VOL. NO. 19. 1 HAKRY FREES El EdITOB & PUBLISHES Best AjDVZsnsiNa Papeb in Co: Patronized by the nusin&u Men, 1 V I'' 0 r Si 4.' 9 V EI IT SiTISM sr a mm m The Old Maid's Convention. Grandest oi fun and good time. Reserved seats at Carrick's store. E3ATIKEETHIS AFTERNOON SATURDAY T Don't fail ftpee the street parade at noon. One night Thursday MISS COURTENAY MORGAN la a Majaiflcer.t Scenic Productioa of "WELCOME TO EAS LYNNE YOL; Cr.ttaiOOPSllAPTY ftOi if m M r i . kw ii fe. ini y in 5 acts and 7 Tableaux. Full and complete set of scenery, A Grand Play, Powerfully presented by an Admirable company. TEARS, LAUGHTER. PATHOS, COMEDY, Prices 25, 35 & 50 cents. Reserved Seats Carrick's Grocery, on and alter .Tan 9th ytgo Ul IZLI u DHL DftNr HAYS CITY, KANSAS, CAPITAL SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS S4500.00 Transacts a General B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 11 January 1902

THE FREE PRESS. HARRY FREEZE, Pub. HAYS CITY, KANS. R AIi'S A3 ITEMS OF INTEREST, The federal building1 at Kansas City, Kas., is expected to be completed by June 1. 1902. " Geo. Pritchard, who enlisted at Em poria, was killed by another soldier in a quarrel at Fort Leavenworth. Four hundred acres lying adjacent to Newton has just been sold to an Iowa investor for 822,000 in cash. . General Fitzhugh Lee is to address the Spanish -American war veterans' reunion in Topeka on February 17. . W. E- Cochran, who formerly lived in Topeka, is chief inspector in the United States postoffiee department. During the holiday trade Emporia merchants suffered much loss by shop lifters. Eight of them were arrested. A Y. M. C. A. building at Herington is assured by the raising of SI, 000 and the Rock Island railway will assist in the construction. The safe in the county treasurer's office at At wood, Rawlins county, was blown to pieces and the office wrecked. There was 81,750 taken. General Passenger...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 11 January 1902

HRS.-HULMJAKEMAN Wife of President Jakeman of .Elders of the Mormon Church, Salt Lake City, Utah, Recom mends Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound For Wo man's Periodic Pains. Deab Mrs. Pixkham : Before I knew of Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound I dreaded the approach of the time for my menstrual period, as it would mean a couple of s,.el!.? MBS. HXTITXA JAKEMAN. days in bed with intense pain and suf fering'. I was under the physicians care for over a year without any relief, when my attention was called to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound by several of our Mormon women who had been cured through its use. I began its systematic use and im proved gradually in health, and after the use of six bottles my health was completely restored, and for over two vears I have had neither ache or pain. Vou have a truly wonderful remedy for women. Very sincerely yours, Mrs. Hcxda Jakemas, Salt LakeCity, Utah. 5000 forfeit if about testimonial Is not genuine. Just as surely as Mrs. Jake ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 11 January 1902

The 1 1 road. TRAIN NO. 8. A BDSIM:SS DAY SAVED, Kans;: cit to New York in 36 hours io in Boston 40 hours, THE FA&T mail, lef-vmtf Kausas Citv every . tlav at C:15 P in Arrives at New York city a i 7:30 theseeond morn ir, and in tiuston at 11:25 the 2nd morn in? Through sleepinsr car berths sold to New York Insist on your ticket redm via the WABASH.. 1 he Wab;ih is the only line that makes tnis time II, A7, Garl'ind WtP.A, Wabash Ticket office, (JunctionJ Utn & Delaware, Kansas City, MS W v43i Every piercing, cutting, tearing, burning pain of this dreadful disease is a call for help. The tortured nerves are over-worked and yvorn out. They are yveak, hungry, worried and . exhausted nerves, and they take this yvay of making known their urgent need of rest and recuperation. Heed this cry of distress. T'Dr. Miles' Nervine cured me of Neuralgia in the head and nervous prostration tht had lasted 14 years. I was blind in Loth eyes for three months, and Jest my right eye, but never ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 18 January 1902

7 'i - i X i Official paper oi Ellis county. X I- Advocating the best interests of Ellis count v all the time. VOL. 19. I1AHBY FREES E. NO. 1 EDXTOS & PUBLSHE3. City of Hays, Kansas. January 18, 1902. Si. a year. Hest ADVEiaiasQ Pates cf Co; Patronized ly the visznes Msn. t 1 f V i v 1 1 1 J If 0 U m n I8TH in The Old Maid's Convention. Grandest of fun and good time. Reserved seats at Carrick's store PICTO Are or Wonderful interest, and among the most readily accessible of California's natural curiosities. They arc about one hunt! red miles north of San Francisco. Though the altitude of the Gevser is about two thousand feet, the distance from the sea makes ti e days dry and warm, and the niebta cool. Those who contemplate a visit to these wonderful sisrhts should remember that "THE OVERLAND ROUTE" is the only natural route, and is the pleasantist, shortest and quickest TWO FAST TRAINS VIA THE yniosi &e your Nearest Ticket Agent for Hates. S3. .jftg CITIZEN'S STATE BANK HAYS ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 18 January 1902

THE FREE PRESS. HARRY FREEZE, Fab. HAYS CITY, FANS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Several farms near Vliets bave changed hands lately at 40 an acre. Work has commenced with some en ergy on the coal hole at Atchison. J. C. Beatty, of Ottawa, has bought COO acres of farm land near Solomon for $17,500 cash. Dickinson county farmers are al ready worrying about where their seed corn will come from. Out of 380 so-called cases of smallpox reported in Kansas in December there was but one fatal case. Peach growers of Douglas county say that the peach crop never was more promising than just now. The health officer of Mitchell county has forbidden all public meetings on account of a small pox scare. A dispatch from Ilolton declares that 600 conversions have occurred at the great revival just closed there. Glen Elder is reported to have 40 cases of smallpox. The nil is fumi gated before it leaves the town. Kansas wheat tops all markets, thanks to the new seed wheat imported by the State Millers' as...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 18 January 1902

- Streocmeninz int uia i inaenan. "The work of strengthening the foun dations and structure of the Parthenon has been making rapid progress. The i vincr nt tVio HplUnn frrmTitlv ilc . the temple and shows the keenest in terest in what is being done. New TTe for Money. Nearly lialf a billion dollars worth of oiled and torn bank notes is destroyed annually by our government. They are reduced to pulp and then- used for making railroad car wheels. This transforma tion is about as radical as the one brought about In the case of sickly peo ple who will use Hostetter's Stomach Bit ters. Good health is sure to follow its use. Be sure to try it. It will cure indi gestion, dyspepsia, constipation, bilious ness .and malaria. KewFoond Relies of Early Man. Some remarkably fine flint and stone implements belonging to the so-called. Paleolithic age have been discovered on the estates of the Marquis of Ailes bury, near Savernake Forest, in Eng land. They were burled in a deposit of gravel, and some...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 18 January 1902

The ttailroad. Kansas cil y to New York in 3t hours. To iioMon in 40 hours. (ia ft U:ti P m Arrives at Ne i'ork cji. ai 7:30 ibeM-eond morn itiff, h u in lio-ton at 1 1:55 U'f Jliiii- ,1 frlecpinsr car berths eold to N vv York In.-ifet on your tickpi r dinnr via the WABAJSfi I Le W ub.ish id the oulv lino that iii'iKt'S this time , Ny Garland, VP.A, Wabiib Ticket ffi e, (Junction 9th & I)c aware, Kansas 1'ity, lilting always indicate a weak heart. They are usually preceeded or followed by palpitation or flut tering, and there may be pain in lett side, a smothering sen sation and shortness of breath. Such a heart should be treated at once, before the disease de velops beyond control. Heart disease is as easily cured as other troubles ir taken in time. "I was subject to fainting spells, and many times I have fallen on tbe street. 1 was often compelled to sit clown while walk ing to p. void f alii ug. Whenph ysi cians fail- d to help me, I took Dr. MiU s' Heart Cure and was complet...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 January 1902

A - J . I r v Official papar oi Ellis county. I. Advocating the best interes of Ellis county the time. VOL. NO. 19. HAKRY FKEESE. 1 . Editor & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. January 25, 1902. $1. a year. Best Adyesessq Pates, ci Cox Patronized by the jsunadu Jcn ..... . , - r Vt". fey The Hays Military band will give a grand concert At this concert the articles, which can be seen at BasgalFs grocery are to be dispos ed of, Admission 25 cts, Reserved seats at that store. $ P1CTO Are of Wonderful interest, and among the most readily accessible of California's natural curiosities. They arc about one hundred miles north of San Francisco. Though the altitude of the Geysers is about two thousand feet, the distance from the sea makes the days dry and warm, and the nisrht3 cool. Those who contemplate a visit to these wonderful sisrbts should remember that "THE OVERLAND ROUTE" is the only natural route, and is the pleasantist, shortest and quickest TWO FAST TRAINS DAILY. VIA THE Sea yo...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 January 1902

THE FREE PRESS. HABBY FKEEZE, Fob. HAYS CITY, KANS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. There are 54 cases of measles reported in and about Milton vale. " " A packing company has incorporated to operate at Leavenworth. - Burlington proposes to follow the plan adopted at Beloit, and provide a rest room in the new court house. Patrick Jordan, who built most of the houses in Beloit during its youth, has just died at the age of 87 years. Many German Russians from Argen tina and some from from Brazil are ex pected to come to Kansas this year. The old county jail in the court house square at Garnett is to be torn down at last. The county commissioners have so ordered. - 'l'h nlnmTil nf Vi T!mnoria -nrvrmnl have commenced to raise a fund of S15, 000 to erect an alumni building at the state normal. Mrs. Henry Moberly, of Anderson county, and her 12-year-old son lost their lives while crossing a railroad in a farm wagon. A Dunkard church is being built in & country district of Osborne county which...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 January 1902

J": IS 5- J' -' 1 - v i :J . A' 'is' I if k-: f Irpeat rrmrara vl CrODerties. has tiistlv hecnme famnim. ! suppums cinvra. an s en- inn ih a n UCrossi Prims Claier, tin. $5.60; 1G0 lbs. $3.20 Samples Clover. Timothy and Cruses and great caiaior ruaiiea yoa for ac dcsuzc JOHN Pl.SAUZEXI seed cad"" Ia Crosse.Wis. I 0mm PRICE, 25 c. THE .CONTENTED FARMER la the man who never has a failure in crops. get; splendid returns for bis labors, and has pest social ana relig ious advantages, to- I .ether with splendid climate and excellent I health. These we give to the settlers on the lands of Western Caa- ' ada. which comprises I the great grain and rarubing lands of Manitoba. Assniboia, Alberta and Saskatchewan. Exceptional advantages and low rates of fare are given to those desir ous of inspecting the fall grant lands. The handsome forty page Atlas of Western Can ada 8ent free to all applicants. Apply to F. Pedley, Superintendent Immigration. Ottawa, Canada, or to J. S Crawford, Canadian Gov...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 January 1902

1 i il j? -v.; fi he E3 :2JS Kaiiroad. - TRAIN "NO." " 8. A BUSLM SS DAY SAVED. Kansas city to New York . in 36 hours To Boston in 40 hours, THE-WLUli FAT maii, leayinj Kansas (Jit v. evfii'v dav ar G:15 P m. Arrives ut Now Yoikcitj-- aj 7:30 thesecond rnorn ing, and in iJoston at ll:2o the 2nd morning Through leeping car berths sole to Nfv YorK. Insist on youi ticket reading via the WABASH. The W'nbash i- the only line that makes this time , N, G Aii, id W,R.A, "Wabash Ticket office, (Junction! 9th & Delaware, Kansas City, 0 - 8 i k n 4 k-i rf f.i J Nerve-racked, weary and heavy-eyed, the head that seeks repose finds only ceaaless tossing and fever ish unrest. Strange fancies vague fcrbodings fill the mind with harrowing thoughts until morning brings its rasping headache, irritable temper, and loss of appetite. Rest the nerves build them up and gentle, rertful, refreshing sleep will be yours. "2tly rreatT.t trouble was sleepless ness. I was ix rvo-os and reft!e.-:s, and Would t...

Publication Title: Free Press
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