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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 4 October 1902

7 Ifficial paper o Ellis county! I 1 Advocating the bast interests of Ellis count v all the time. VOL. NO. 19. HAJJRY FREES E, ... 1 Editob & Pususna. Sty of Hays, Kansas. October 4, 1902. a year. Best AnvEsnsiNa Pates in Co Patronized by the jsusiness lien. .4 J K (( L ) V JMr& Mrs George Philip have ieturned from their eastern trip. Eli Fox family have moved to the cottage near Goodall shop, Kirtland's have moved to their new cottage near GrenelPs. Alva Miller has moved up to his brother Roger's north side of town. McClure has bought the Eli Fox cottage near the public school for $900 and moved there. The Ladies of the Baptist church are making preparations for. their annual fair which will be held in about 2 months. Beady made, fine black dress skirts zeVi store er. JORDAN, the Eee. buttei and Poultry buyer has moved his office to the Brunswick hotel brick block and ready to pay you Cash for your produce, if it is good. Oid town was startled with the nefot the sudden deat...

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 October 1902

THE FREE' PRESS. UAKItr FREEZE, Pub. HAYS CITY, KANS KANSAS COMMENT. Afbicam M. E. Confekkxck. The 'J7th session of this conference was held in Wichita, last woek. A number of general officers were in attendance from Washington, New York, Philadel phia and Nashville. Agrkkaki.y Suni'iiiHKi. Miss My rtlc Rose, one of the teachers of the public Kehools of McPherson, was agreeably hurpriscd l3' bcinjj notitied of her elec tion to the chair of languages in the Southwest Kansas college at Winiield, at a salary of twice that which she was receiving. Ji'DfiK Vasdivkkt Ir.i.. Judge Sam uel Vaudivert, of Vaudivert-Unsh con test fame, is dangerously ill in New York. He left here in '.( and , has practiced in New York since. Some months ago he was in a street ear acci dent and injuries received were supple men ted by kidney trouble. Eight Ixcukb of Raijt. Fully eight inches of water tell in Smith county iu 24 Lours. Old settlers sy that Kansas has never experienced as heavy rain. Train traflic...

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 October 1902

r y ! If IS THIS fl Packers Threaten To Make Pure Creamery Butter, BUY COWS AND SELL MILK. Kansas Cit', Sept. 'it. A govern ment license for the manufacture of "process renovated butter" has been issued to Swift &-. x., by the deputy ollector of internal revenue in Kansas City, Kans. The action of Swift t Co. will bo followed by all the other large manufacturers of bntteriue and it means that the war against the diiry men, who are largely responsible for the passage of the oleo bill in the last eougrebK, is on. The packers, while they do not in tend to quit the manufacture of but tcrine, will by the license issued to them by the government, manufacture pnre cream butter. At the Swift pliint in Kansas Citj-, this butter will be manufactured in the same building in which the oleo is prepared, although a six foot wall will separate the oleo and real butter departments. This is required by the oleo law. By the terms of the oleo bill the packers will have to pay only a revenue of !4 ...

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 October 1902

Cough 44 1 have made a most thorough trial of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and am prepared to say that for all dis eases of the lungs it never disap points." J. Farly Finley, Ironton, O. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral won't cure rheumatism; we never said it would. It won't cure dyspepsia; we never claimed it. But it will cure coughs and colds of all kinds. We first said this sixty years ago; we've been saying it ever since. Three tires : 25c, 50c, SI. A!I driRistS. Comult your doctor. tou not leTO it vriia mm. we are wimne. io me ii. men qoii i ui n. tie JUiOWS. J. C. AYER CO.. Lowell. HUL Forty Years Torture. To he re'ioved from a torturing tliscaso alter 40 years torture might well cause the gratitude of anyone. That is what De Witt's Witch hazel Salvo did for C. Hanev of Geneva, M.Y., who says:' DeWitts Witch huzel salvo cured me of piles after 1 had suflered 40 years. C-ures cuts, burns, wounds, skin diseases, Beware of counterleits. J C Farley. Music at home. With the wonderful inventions ot...

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

3fficial paper o Ellis county. Advocating the best interests of Ellis county all the time. VOL. 19. HAKRY FREES E, NO. 1 EDITOK & PUBLISHES. City of Hays, Kansas. October 11, 1902. SI. a year. Best Advebtisino Papeb in Cos Patronized by the business Men, r The Commissioners met all this week and transacted the quarterly business. A special pansion examiner was here this week looking up tho evidence in some cases Mrs Sara Ryan is clerking in Bran's during absenca of Ed Glen son in Wasbingtan. Miss Bessie Leahy is running the treasurer's office this week while Phil Jacobs is in K.C. Dont miss soeincr the Qacen of song te dance artist Sadie Ray, at the opera house next Wednesday A sister of Elihu Stout trom the east is here on a vssit, her first visit to the plains ot the west. Next Thursday night we are to aave an IiAJLilPbfc. oi the moon, commencing at 9.56, total 10.58, closes at 1.29 Watch for it. Rel ,) made, fine black drrfss skirts, advertised stray horses at McGca belonged ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 11 October 1902

Mrs. Ellen Ripley, Chaplain Ladies Aid, Grand Army of the Republic, No. 7, 222 10th Ave., N. E., Minneapolis, Minn., Strongly Endorses Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound. Dear Mrs. Pinkham : Your Vegetable Compound cured mc of ulceration of the womb, and getting such a complete cure I felt that the medicine had genuine merit and was well worth recommending to other sick women. " For fifteen years I have been your friend. I have never written you before, but I have advised hundreds of women to take your medicine, in fact it is the only rcalv reliable remedy I know of for a sick woman. " I have not yet found a case of ovarian or womb trouble which has not been relieved or cured by the faithful use of Lydia E. 1'tnkliam's Vegetable Compound. ' You have brought health to hundreds of women in Minneapolis as you have no doubt to others overthj country." Mrs. Ellen Ripley. $COOO FOttPKIT IP THE ABOVE LETTER IS NOT GENUINE. When women aro troubled with irregular or painful menstruation, w...

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

rarnui fails. Operators Demand Federal Troops To Protect Miners. CONFERENCE RETARDS PEACE. Washington, Oot. fl. The jyreat coal ronfercnce between tbc president and the representatives of the( operators and . miners came ta an end with e failure to reach an agreement. Tbc president had urged the con tending pariies to cease strife in the interests. 'of -public welfare. The miners, th ough the president of their union, had expressed a willingness to submit the differences to arbitration of a tribunal to bo named by the presi dent and to enter into an agreement to abide by the terms fixed by the arbitrators for a period of from one to tive years. The employers, through the presidents of the railroad and coal companies and a leading independent mine operator, had squarely refused arbitration, had denounced the miners labor organization as a lawless and inarciiisuc uouy, vuu wnicu luey eould and would have no dealings, 'lliey demanded federal troops to en sure complete protection to wor...

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

No Hair? "". ha.r was f-f::i i.; t very fast and I wts evtf ::;rr.red. 1 P then tried Ayer's Uvh Vigor tad my hair stopped tailing at once. Mrs. G. A. iV.cVay, Alexandria, O. The trouble is your hair does not have life enough. Act promptly. Save your hair. Feed it with Ayer's Hair Vigor. If the gray hairs are beginning to show, Ayer's Hair Vigor will restore color every time. $1.09 a bottle. Alt drnjslsta. - If your UniffK'st cannot supply you, i . . . i m . . . I iii ll ivirt'M HCUU Us UIIO uiflitu aim v ..... - . you a bottle, lie Bure and Kve the name of. your nearest express oBice. Address, I J. C.AYXIi CO., Lowell, Mass. Party Years' Torture. To be re'ievod from a torturing disease after -10 years torture might well cause the gratitude ot an voce. That is what Dc Witt's Witch hazel Salve did for C. llanev of Geneva, M.Y., who says:' DeWitts Witch hazel salvo enred me of piles after 1 had sullered 40 years. Cures cuts, burns, wounds, skin diseases, Beware of counterleits. J C Fa...

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 October 1902

Official paper oi Ellis county. Advocating the best interests of Ellis county ui the time. VOL. 19. HAEBY FREES E, NO. 1 EDITOB & PUBLISHES. Oity of Hays, Kansas. October 18, 1902. $1. a year. Best Adtestisinq Papeb in Co; Patronized by the jsusiness Men, The Commissioners met again this week. Proceedings next week Mrs H B Kohl on Tuesday ev ening entertained some lady friends at a lovely tea. Rev. Brown has made some ex cellent improvements to his resi dence, the Presbyterian parsonage e Mrs. Col. Yard of New York city is here on a visit to Mrs. Gart land. Beady made, fine blacfc dress skirts$T Miss Shaffer entertained the bas ket ball young ladies club Tuesday a nice frame on tneir lawn. and Alex Meier than happy has arrived at and wife arc more as a lovely baby bov their home. The picnic took place at Chengy on Tuesday, it was a beautiful day Fand most all the candidates wpnt. down there The washed out part of the Chen -&cu aua.i l uiiu htuiikii i f 1 inn nnnwp ready to b...

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

'Ch was Persuaded to Try St. Jacobs Cll, and All Pain Disappeared Immediately. ' It la undoubtedly a fact beyond dis pute that the strongest advertising medium the proprietors have la that cf people who recommend others to use St. Jacobs Oil. People who have them selves experienced a happy result which Invariably follows the use of this great remedy, show their grati tude by recommending It to those whom they know are similarly affect ed. This Is the case of Margaret Lee, of 71 Brightfleld road, Lee Green, Wis. "Having suffered from muscular rheumatism for years, and not receiv ing any benefit from variooa remedies, I used St. Jacobs Oil; pain and sore ness removed at once; no return of rheumatism." St. Jacobs Oil is sold in 25 eta, and 50 cts. sizes by all drug cists. A liberal education is one that gives itself away. Laraesrt Commercial College weal of Chicago. Actual Muslnen Practice Work from the start. You cannot fall to be pleased. It will pay you to send for Illustrated catal...

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 October 1902

m; Kill! ill Vill Make Good the Shortage and Not be Prosecuted. BY AGREEMENT OF PARTIES. Topeka, Oct. 14. D. W. Kent, the defaulting' secretary of the I. O. O. F. grand lodge of Kansas, who absconded on September 24, 1901, with $8,000 of the lodge's, funds, will Boon return to Topeka. By agreement of all parties interested he will make good the shortage and will not be prosecuted. Kent was bonded in a surety company and a warrant was sworn out for his arrest, but it was never served because he could not be found. The surety company has not yet paid the shortage. Kent left Topeka in the night and it was two weeks later before his short age was discovered. By that time he was out of the United States. lie is now in Costa Rica, where there is no extradition treaty. His wife arrived in Topeka Friday and arranged the settlement with the grand lodge and the surety company. The grand lodge will receive the 80-acre farm in Reno county, which has on it an orchard of 65 acres. The property is...

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

S iVfy Lungs I " An attack of la grippe left me rith a bad cough. My friends said I had consumption. I then tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and it cured me promptly." - . A. K. Randies, Nokomis, 111. You forgot to buy a bot tle of Ayer's Cherry Pec toral when your cold first came on, so you let it run along. Even now, with all your hard coughing, it will not disappoint you. There's a record of sixty years to fall back on. Tires s.lzt : 23c, SOc. $1. All droirlste. Consult your doctor. If he says talce It, then iio aa he ays. If he tell you not to take it. then don't take it. He knows. Leave it with him. We are willing. Forty Years1 Torture. To he re'ioved from a torturing disease alter 40 years torture might well cause the gratitude of anyone. That is what . Do Witt's Witch hvzel Salve did for C. tlanev of Oiicva, M.Y., who savs:' DeWitts Witch hazel salvo cured mo of piles after 1 h:id suffered 40 years. C ures cuts, burns, wounds, skin diseases, Beware of counterleits. J C Farley. A ...

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

Official paper Ellis county Advocating the best interests of Ellis count) all the time; VOL.. 19. NO. 1 HAH BY FREES E. Editok & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. October 1902. $1. a year. BwYmQFnf Patronized by the & mines Ji V9 Papers are telliog that Pipu3 has skipped out, letting his bondsmen pay the $7000 bail, Wednesday evening Mrs C C Brosius and daughter Mi Cramer gave a pretty tea in h -ivr ot Mr3 Annie Scott. One more week of hustling of the candidates and then soon the agony will be over for the candi dates, state, county and even the township cundidates are uncertain and anxious. Israel GRENELL advertised A gentle, Fresh cow, a good and rich milker, for sale cheap, in last Saturday paper and Monday he sold her, having 3 customers, These 25 cent locals in this paper general I v brine: desired results. Hopewell School. On Sunday, to morrow, at 3 o'clock, Rev, Holt will hold rc- ll?nians Rprvirnss in 1hn FT nnou-p 1 School house in Buckeye town ship, to which all are...

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 October 1902

THE FREE PRESS. UARUT FREEZE, Pob. HAYS CITY, KANS KANSAS COMMENT. 0r, No! Not Now. People are not sneering at the "Orient" railroad 6cheme us they were wont to do last spring. Spexdixg a Million Now. Nearly a million dollars worth of work is under way now at Fort Riley and the government is still calling for bids for more of it. A New Judge. Governor Stanley has issued a commission to B. F. Hud son as judge of the Atchison district court to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Judge W. T. Bland. Friends' University. During the Friends' yearly meeting at Lawrence 83,000 was added to the endowment fund of Friends university. This brings that fund to nearly 840.0C0. After Eighteen Years. F. S. De Long, who has been living at Preston, accidentally discovered that Mrs. Shack lee, who lives at Pratt, was a sister of his he had not seen for eighteen years. Insane Max Kills Himself. Chas. D. Hardy, a state insane asylum in mate at Topeka, laid down on the Rock Island track in fron...

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

PIES EflSMIHIAID. Settlement of Coal Strike Removes Business Handicap. VERY SPEEDY RESTORATION. Netv York, Oct. 20. R. G. Dun & Co.' Weekly Trade Review says that the settlement of the coal 6trike re moves the only serious handicap to industrial progress. Five months of restricted fuel production has begun to check the wheels at many manufactur ing centers, while there was a percep tible diminution in consumptive de mands as the purchasing power of the wage earners steadily decreased. Savings have been exhausted and much money has gone out of the coun try because of this struggle, but the nation's remarkable strong position assures a speedy restoration of pros perous conditions. Transportation is now the worst feature, and threatens to continue disturbing. While the grain crops are being moved the supply of rolling stock and motive power will prove insufficient, although every effort is made at the shops, liberal premiums being offered for early delivery. That the railways are w...

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

AND ONLY IP3 TElflTiflY, REMEMBER. PUf &8 Pf Qfli7 POO P Mi fill kMu n iM n On that divy his annual trip r our Jackets and capes tor ladies; Chiklrens & misses lorn? and short Come early and examine them. Sold at Chicago prices. KOAD NOTICE 1st pilbli.-hed ()-t. -", State of Kansas. Ellis county, .ss. lowborn it may concern: In pursuance of unorder made Uy the j Hoard of coiinty cnmrnisbioncrs :n rcj ! nhir j-esniou on the Dtli day of () 11HW, notice is hereby ivtn that XV. J. Helms and others householders of said county, residing in the vicinity where it is proposed to lay out the road below mentioned, have presented to said Board their c r tain petition, praying the cs.tabli.-hin;; of a unblic road, as follows: C'onirneuein at the northea-t coi ner of section 0, town 12, ran;re 1'.', west Ctth p.m. and running west on see tion anl tov-bij line as near as r:ic ticable. running 1 liiili-s to the north west corner ot section :J, town-hip 12, Jl. 20 all in Kllis county. And 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. — 1 November 1902

Jfficial paper o Ellis county. Advocating the best interests of Ellis county all the time. VOL. 19. HAKRY FEEESE. NO. 1 Editob & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. November I, 1902. SI. a year. Best ADVEsnsnra Paper n? Co. Patronized hv tfie business fan - Prof Haney took a trip east Saturday evening. Next Tuesday is pension day at the Topeka aencv. Miss Annie Wilson has gone to Topeka on a visit. Mrs Dr. Snyder and Miss Lucy went to K. C. and Topeka on a visit this week. MrsElias Johnson is expecting her married daughter fromCalifor nia on a visit. Live Turkeys and chickens are bringing 5 and 6 cents a pound, and potatoes 45 cents a bushel in -this, market, To morrow is the last Sunday in - the campaign and will be a great . day in the Russian towns with the f; politicians, Ready made, fine blacfc dress skirt s0afl?tv Next Tuesday is election and the fftlls are open from 8 a.m. to 6 n4a sharp. 2000 votes will be m this county lt'ieemed like 20 vears aero to Beo tne old timer Henr...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 1 November 1902

THE FREE PRESS. IIAIiliY FKEKZE, Fob. IIAYS CITY, ' - - - KANS A gixen Christmas would be wel comed this year. Hawaii has absorbed the American idea. Her treasurer has skipped. Possibly we could trade off our coal strike for a South American revolu tion. It Is not unlikely that the north pole will have to wait a few days for that $200,000. It easy enough to be popular. Just announce that you have $20 that you want to lend. If our returning arctic explorers will kindly cut out the lecture sequel all will be forgiven. "Would You for Five Million?" is the came of one of the new plays. Is it necessary to ask? How many people did you meet yesterday who didn't say something about the coal strike? It would take a most forgiving person to heap ccals on anybody's head at present prices. Duke Doris's brother Cyril Is com ing to this country. These are happy days for the chorus ladies. Perhaps the America cup ' will be raced for in cero-yachts if Sir Thomas likes his trip across the channel. G...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 1 November 1902

To f , The appointment by President Roosevelt of a board of arbitrators to decide between operators and miners .brought to an end the long and costly : strike In the Pennsylvania coal re gions. The decision of the board is to be final. Its personnel is as follows: General John M. Wilson. ' General John M. Wilson ("an officer in the engineer corp3 of either the mll itary or naval service of the United States") " is the late chief of the en : gineer department of the United States. He was born in 1837, was graduated from West Point in 1860, " entering the artillery branch of the . service. He was transferred to the engineers in 1862. He reached the -grade of lieutenant colonel at the end 'of the war, although in the war he was breveted colonel cf volunteers for ' gallantry in various battles. For thir- ty years he has had charge of engi neering work on rivers, harbors, canals and other public enterprises. ; ; He retired in October, 1901. Bishop Spalding of Peoria, III. . . Spalding, J...

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

THE FREE PRESS. HS OFipilES. ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE FUTURE STATES. WHENCE GOi NEWS of ; .- HARRY FREEZE, Fob. State(?) THIS MIGHTY HAYS CITY, KANa IN PARVITY States(?) HEALING P017ER. TERRITORY TOPICS IE. E vents J ThJ. KANSAS COMMENT. SO USA'S BAND AT WICHITA. Seasoned by ten years of experience, ten years of constant application under the direction of the same master mind, ten' years of strenuous 'effort in the cause of good music, and ten years of approval well earned from the public of two continents, the Sousa band is engaged upon another remarkable transcontinental tour, the 6ixth of the kind since the inauguration of its suc cessful career on September 26, 1892. There is not a town of more than ten thousand inhabitants in this coun try where Sousa has not been a wel come visitor during the last decade, and his popularity is established upon an equally firm footing in the musical centers of Europe. The personnel of the organization undergoes but few changes, and mellowed b...

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