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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 June 1903

Publishing all the Official news oJ Ellis county. v i the time. Advocating the best interests of Ellis county VOL. 20. HAKRY FKEESE, NO. 1 Editob & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. June 27, 1903. $1. a year. Best Advertising Pafeu in Co; Patronized by the .ausinesi lien. w Mrs. Tucker, at Industry Kan aaa, her daughter, being sick, Mrs Miller has gone there. ' Charlie Kirkman's pretty child has taken prizes and now his wife has presented him a baby boy. r QNew potatoes raised in our coun ty arc now for sale at our stores and farmers report the certainty of an immense crop. This section had over 1$ inches of ram during Friday night and oi an inch moio during Saturday night. Our voung folks were congratu lating Elmer Solomon on Saturda on the arrival ot a cute baby at his Smokey Hill farm. A little girl ot Hartzel Berry of Buckeye fell on Sunday and had tt. be brougnt in to Dr. Cathdal foi treatment, Dr. Catudal on Monday gav out the glad tidings that a big baby bov had come to gl...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 June 1903

THE FREE PRESS. OAEUT FBEEZE. Fob. HAYS CITY, KANSL KANSAS COMMENT. Kickkd to Death. M. W. Wheeler, a proiuiuent citizen of Kinsman couu tym and a Mexican war veteran, was kicked to death by a. horse last week. TwiifR Ekquikkd in- Kass.vh. Kan has City jobbers estimate the amount of binding- twine required to supply the Kansas farmers this year is 6,300 tons or 13,000,000 pounds. ManvSpkixcs Oi'KM:i. Up Smoky Hill Valley on the Brownrigg farm, a well Las started an artesian flow, run ning" steadily. Many cellar continue to Gil from spring waters though re peatedly pumped cut Tim Woit Wkkckf.u Citt. After an inspection of Armourdalc a repre sentative of a New York charity or ganization who studied carefully tho conditions at Johnstown and Galves tou, says that Armotirdale is the worst wrecked city he ever saw. Want IIauyicmtkus. Ellis county lias about 1,000 wheat farmers, a ma jority of them having .more than 200 acres each. These farmers arc asking for a rate of a cent a mile to br...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 June 1903

An Weal Woman's Medicine. So says Airs. Josie Irwin, of 325 So. College St., Nashville, Tenn., of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Never in the history of medicine has the demand for one particular remedy for female diseases equalled that at tained by Tjydla II. linkhams Vegetable Compound, and never daring the lifetime of this wonderful medicine has the demand for it been ko great as it is to-day. From the Atlantic to the Pacific, and throughout the length and breadth of this great continent come the glad tidings of woman's sufferings relieved by it. and thousands upon thousands of letters are pouring in from grateful women saying that it will and posi tively does cure the worst forms of female complaints. Mrs. IMnkliam invites all wo men who are puzzled about their health to write her at Lyiin, Ma for advice. Such eorre upoudence is seen by women only, &ud no charge Is made. RUBBER COLLARS. Literal trim; xclimlve territory. Bend stamp for catalog. M.m.aL. tUTU. VU 1st bt...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 June 1903

Tae Hctfij.to-SerTO Cereal the A-B-C of good health Boy Hli arvj Heal&y, I111"18 boy tras very eick end would B?: e nourishment. I got a packasre of 'Force' and fed him on it, abd am'pleaied to say he is thriving I wiU tow put Sim be Bido any boy of his age, m fce is fcig and healthy. All I feed Mm on is 4 Fore? .. "MBS. J. LlSDIxr K"fi2XE." Citizens' State Bank, Hays City, Kansas, Solicits every person in Ellis county, tributary to Hays city, to open a bank account with them on or before March 1st, or as soon thereafter as possible. We ask you to deposit with us all the moneys you may receive, givincr checks tor every dollar you use, writing on each checu what it is given for. A PAID bank check has settled many a disputed account. Try this for one year and you will bo hapnly surprised at the result. All successful business men keep bank accounts, in tact could not bo induced to do business any other way. Now dont say to yourself "My account would bo too small to trouble the ban...

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 July 1903

; ' ( . Advocating the best interests of Ellis county Publishing all the .Official news ot Ellis county. ail the time. NO. 1 Editor & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. July 4, 1903. $1. a year. Best Adveettsing Papes in Co: ru"Bti w mi iiiiwiiiM mi mm " Patronized by the JSusincss Men. This week the kids have been gathering old iron and selling it to have spending money to day at tne picnic. Oar ball players are setting up a cracker-jack ot a nine to w:n that $10 purse at the picnic this oiteraoon. iiotn crowds want it. Mr Grcnell, the old bridge buil der, with his helpers put up a solid foot bridge across the creek so the boys and girls could cross to the picnic and ball games. It is fun to see boys all over the town practicing for the picnic this Biorning and afternoon a Run and jump, and some of them cover quite a space. Seems easv until you try. Down at the picnic ground the ball players have had their ground tor the fieldplayers mowed and now can set np a much more inter est...

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 July 1903

THE FREE PRESS. II All ICY FREEZE, l'ob. HAYS CITY, KANS HANSAS COMMENT. Usk IlKADF.ns. The scarcity of bind ing twine has made the use of headers indie popular. IIakvkstf.u's Eatfa The railroads out of Chicago have grafted a rate of one cent a mile froui Chicago to the Kansas wheat fields. j Tuain Sti:a:;drd a Month. A Rock Island freight train" was caught be tween washouts for a month four miles west of Abjlene. The repair train reached it and rescued it on June Kansas Books. It has become a fad to collect libraries of Kansas boohs. Many of them are out of print and quite expensive. There are over 7."0 books by Kansas authors or about Kan sas. Onk Voth AuAi.Nsr Hoxns. In Min neapolis only one vote was cast against the proposition to issue bonds to the amount of Sl.VOOO to aid iu the con struction of the north and south road. To IIavk Ciiaiu;:-: of Eximtrr. Prof. Cf. I. (Jrimsley, of Washburn college, lias been placed in charge of the min erals and manufactures exhibit Kansas will ...

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 July 1903

Y i 0 ; i j Miss Gannon, Secy Detroit Amateur J Art Association, tells young Women what to do to avoid pain and suffering caused by female troubles. "D ear Mrs. Pixkham: I can conscientiously recommend Tyclia Tl, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to those of my sisters suffering with female weakness unci the troubles which so often befall women. I suf fered for months with general weakness, and felt so weary that I had hard work to keep up. I had shooting pains, and was utterly miserable. In my distress I was advised to use JLydia 12. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and it was a red letter day to me when I took the first dose, for at that time my restoration began. In six weeks I was a changed woman, perfectly well in every respect. I felt so elated and happy that I Want all women who suffer to get well as I did." Miss Guila Gannon, 3."9 Jones St., Detroit, Mich., Secretary Amateur Art Association. It is clearly shown in this young lady's letter that Lydia 12. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound ...

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 July 1903

THE Citizens' State Bank, Hays City, Kansas, Soli'': ' iv iv jv r-on in Ellis couatv. tributary to Hays city, a b;.iik account vith them n or beforo March 1st, or as fgcu tucrcauer as jjusmuiu. yuu iu ucusu nu us all the moneys you may receive, givinir checks tor every dollar you use, writing on each checfc what it is given for. A PAID bank check has settled many a disputed account. Try this for one year and you will be hapvily surprised at the ... . , 1 I 1 t X. M. result. All successmi ousmess men Keep nanit accounts, in iaci could not be induced to do business any other way. Now dont eay to yourself "My account would bo too small to trouble the banker with, I'll wait until acxt year", but begin at once. Remember that regular depositors can borrow money when others can not. Respectfully, J. H- WARD IVeiidenL rsion ra1 National j Educational U p) j j July Oth to 10th, nn ULf Epwortli League etroit, Mh, lGth to 19th ONE FAKE PLUS 82, FOR ROUND TRIP. The WABASH is '"the COOL, NORTHER...

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 July 1903

' Publishing all th" Official news H fillis county. Advocating the best interests of Ellis county the timef VOL, 20. HAEEY FREES E, NO. 1 EDITOB & PUBLISHES. City of Hays, Kansas. July 11, 1903, $1. a year. Best ADVEsnsiNa Pafeb is Co; Patronised ty the Jitisincss Men,' y&&jvk 3 it i ' gg Mr. Dcweis, our former mer chant, was here this week shakiD hands with old friends. Ex sheriff Loredistch has now bought an interest in tho Shep para butcher chop. Geo. Philip jr has gone to Da kota on a visit to his uncle's and tho buffalo ranche. Lawrence Taylor Topeka to work in has gone the Santa to Fe railroad shops. Mrs Stehley has shipped her household goods and moved to EI lis to be with her boys, At the new Catholic church tte workmen were granted a vacation to go to tho harvest field . Tho Board of County com mis sioners met oh Monday and then adjourned 10 days for harvest. Harvest hands got so scarce and in such demand this week some of the farmer got Mr. Wann to go out to Pu...

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 July 1903

THE FREE PRESS. HARRY FREEZE, Fob. HAYS CITY, ZANa KANSAS COMMENT. Buildings For Thk I'.uk. They are beings erected at Ilutchin;on on tiie fair grounds. LiXDSitORtt Depot Rokhkd. The Union Pacific depot of that place has "been robbed. The robbers took half a case of beer, an electric belt and a small amount of small change. Didn't Gkant Rates. The railroad did not grant harvesters rates out of Chicago and St. Louis to Kansas points as was announced, but the Santa Fe brought many men from Colorado. A Heavy Rain'. It fell in Harper and Barber counties on July 3rd. At Sharon four inches of rain Hooded the town. Sand creek was booming and took the Santa Fe bridge on the Medi cine Lodge branch. The rain was heavy at Corwin also. , Seize Thk Bkkk. The county attor ney and the loeal officers at Holton, raided the local express oIice on the night of July 3 and confiscated several wagon loads of beer and whiskey, shipped in for the Fourth. The ex press agents were arrested.- Anthony Pomtokkk...

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 July 1903

r c (, A prominent Southern lady,' Mrs. Blanchard, of Nashville, Tenn., tells how she was cured of backache, dizziness, painful and irregular periods by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Gratitude compels mc to acknowl edge the gT;at merit cf your Vege table Compound. I have suffered for four years with irregular and painful menstruation, also dizziness, pains in the back and lower limbs, and fitful bleep. I dreaded the trine to come which would only mean suffering- to me. Six bottles of Iyclia K. I'inkhaiiri Vegetable Compound brought me health and happiness in a few short months, and was worth more than months under the doctor"; care, which really did not benefit me at all. I feel like another person now. My aches and pains have left me. I am satisfied there is no medicine so Ifood for sick woman as your Vege table Compound, and I advocate it to mv lady friends in need of medical help."--Mrs. It. A. Ui.ANOiiARn. 4-'2 Broad St.. Nashville. Tt-mi. $5000 for- feit If original o...

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 July 1903

II II Tfce Xteaay-to-Scrre f I fl f,l Ml I f I ii i rFCH i i f always oa duty. A Food fc Fig htari. ' "It may interest you to larn that T6Te& is being: served at hreakf&at several times each week to the members of the Second Reg iment, N. Q. P., cow on duty at this place. "IUasT W. BaowK." W 10 THE Citizens' State Bank, " Hays City, Kansas, Solicits everv person in Ellis county, tributary to Hays city, to open a bank account with them on or before March 1st, or n. . H . i 1 'L. !lU as soon tnereatler as possiDie. o as k you 10 uepusu wnu us all the moneys you may receive, givirnr checks for every dollar you use, writing on each checs what it is given for. A PAIL) bank check has settled many a disputed account. Try this for one year and you will be happily surirised at the result. All successful business men keep bank accounts, in fact could not be induced to do business any other way. Now dont say to yourself "My accpunt would bo too small to trouble the banker with, I'll wa...

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 July 1903

Publishing all thej Oilicial iiews ol iCllis count ,y. Advocating the best interests of Ellis conn ii the time. VOL, 20. HARRY FREESE, NO. 1 Editob & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. July 18, 1903. $1. a year. Best ADvinmsiNa Papeh n? Co , Patronised l-: BS5? Judge Reeder has gone east and to Excelsior springs on a visit. Mrs. Henry Oshant and chil dren aro visiting in the east. A- Grossenbacher of Iowa is here looking after his wheat crop- Dr. Snyder took a business trip to Denver this week. Mrs. Dr. Catudal and children aro visiting on the Doctor's ranch m Rooks county. Mias Ida Shaffer handsomely ontertuined some of her young la dy friends at tea Monday evening at her lovely home east of town The 'old settler's' have called a meeting to arrange tor their picnic which will likely be held the last part of August oat on tho Normal school eampas and creek or down at Custer, camp, Drugtist Applebaugh was gran ted a renewal ot his liquor permit this week without any opposition. He ...

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 July 1903

THE FREE PRESS. IIABRT FREEZE, fab. HAYS CITY. KANH KANSAS COMMENT. No Fkstivai Clyde's watermelon carival was knocked out by the flood. AlLI. EXCEEDKU Ari'KOPKIATIOX. At the state agricultural college at Man hattan bids . were opened for the con struction of the new auditorium and creamery building's. Every bid made exceeded the amount appropriated. Uai.dwik to IIavk Ouskkvatouv. From Washington John Ellrcth, Jr., sends the following to the Topeka Cap ital: "Baldwin, Douglas county has been selected as the location for one of the live new government observa tories. New Cemem I'j a.nt. Independence is to have a cement plant with a capac ity of 2,000 barrels a d:iy. The plant is to occupy ICO uercs southeast of the town where switches will be laid by the Missouri Pacific and the Santa Fe. Another cement plant is to be erected live miles north west of the town where a good supply of gas ha- been devel oped. nLookino Aktki: MoiniacEs. The county clerk of Shawnee county is go ing to com...

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 July 1903

Tin an' Kldiwy rill naka frerdoia from kid ney tronble - olble. They rarry m Mod f medication to the kid ney that bring bright ray ot hop to desperate tiwt. Aching back are eanrd. flip, back, and loin pains Trrcome. Hwellini; of the limbs and dropsy signs vanish. Lore TlATr-v, r.. Mrs. I W. Aintnuinrn write : A few weeks ajjo I r nt for a trial box of lxuri-s Kilney Pills for myiM-lf , and they did aU they ar said to My buaUami was kicasxl last fall 0 Doans NAME i STATC for trr trial box. mail thin coupon to Frartvr-Vtihurn Co.. r.uffaio. J. Y. If above. pc W intufflcia-nt, writ addru va rpa" rmte flip. ... . ... , . . , I '..r i hccipson'a Eye Water Rubber Collars 1 Mr.flever Wilt. ollfttert. Agent wnnteiL Send .tamp for part l-u! art. IL s a, UFO. CO., 1st Street, Epriofffield, ICaaa. Cianot Penetrate SAVJVER'S exczlswr Bstn.no Oiled Clothing and Stickers Warranted Waterproof. rT"i'iii"T"TfT ',a'iy7T8Jni'i 7" 1" IF8 """"""'" cartridges and shot shells are made in the largest and b...

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 July 1903

3 J!m Dnmps ard vrlfe invariably -Kcd " Force " for Sunday eveniner tea. M - srm. when cooh went out that afterneso. - I fTTS " 'Tis but a saucer and a spooa ' 1 (fo'VH To vrab a task not grid j 5 And a" re Pleased," lasglied I ji -Seryg Cereal pleases everybody JCL$z&X h J is every way. 5 T4 "VTo udo ' Force ot home ard Hie Jl 1 H It exceedingly. . fffi I ,N THE Citizens' State Bank, Hays City, Kansas, Solicits every person m Ellis county, tributary to Hays city, io oncn a bank account with them sonn tho re utter as nubble. us all the moneys you may receive, you use, writing on cadi checu. what it is given for. A PAID hank check has settled many a disputed account. Try this for one car and you rr3nH All snr.rn.jstnl business r.nnld not be induced to do business sav to voursclt "Mv account h.mker with. Til wait until jext Remember that recular depositors can not. Respect! idLu, J. : 7 T FOR THE L about U. if hf U boi nt bo vi!l toll youui.it 10rr.11 raera hern of tho family- J d...

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 July 1903

Publishing all the Official news oi Ellis county. all the time. Advocating the best interests oi Ellis cou: VOl 20. HAERY FREES E, Nl ). 1 Edztob & PUBU8HEB.. City of Hays, Kansas. July 2 1903, $1. a year. Best Advestisin3 Papo m Co ; FUtrcnizcd iy tAe JSusincss 2&n. Al Eobn ison has moved to the Murdock hi ouse neir Reeder's. Mrs Earla y's cape was found ust west of towi i ana returned to ner. Miss Petri e Madsen returned on Wednesday to her home on the Saline. Threshing has commenced in this neighborhood 1. Ike Zeigler got in the first loa 1. Dode Bar nes on Tuesday took out his groceries and has started his threshing machine in the Smo key hill vallo y. Mrs Holdf orth of Walker has been ' airooint ed by the Probate court as Exec? utrix of her mother's estate. Never in tin 3 memory of our old est citizens y as more drunkeness seen on our streets than last Sun day evening, and not a licensed jamt in our to wn. In the east i art of the county the harvesting is done and plow ...

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 July 1903

THE FREE PRESS. HARK V FREEZE, rob. HAYS CITY. KANJS Kansas comment- Sai.ina Gkts Asotuki:. Another levator to be erected tlire is to have . capacity of GO.OOO bushels. ForXD Flood Mo.'f;y. A St. Mary's nan found two bills sewed up in a dress skirt '.vashed up in the riood. Twkstv-Nink I)i:'Ti.-iT.s. That is the numb'T oE them practicing in Wichita. This is said 1o head the list of Kansas towns in that particular. Jani'.t.s PuontrciNt; IJkst. A larger part of the horticulturists in the east ern part of the fctate 'vhere the largest orchards are, report that the Janet jjnf.ni.ses to'yieM W-ttrr than any other variety of apples. II.rtVKsT IIomk Picnic. At Lucas t!.e annual harvest home picnic was held on July 15. Hundreds of farmers and tiieir families from Ilussell, Os borne and Lincoln conn tied spent the daj' rejoieiug over the big crop. Ricr; Countt Towns. According to the tpring census the towns of llice nnty havo the following populations: tsterlicg, 2,117; Lyon., 1,71."; Genetc...

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 July 1903

Free Medical Advice Every sick and ailing woman. Every young girl who suffers monthly, . Every woman who is approaching maternity. Every woman who feels that life is a burden. Every woman who has tried all other means to regain health without success. Every woman who is going through that critical time the change of life is invited to write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., in regard to her trouble, anc the most expert advice telling exactly bow to obtain a CURE will be sent abso lately free of cost. The one thing that qualifies a person to give advice on any subject is experience experience creates knowledge. No other person has so wide an experience with female ills nor such a record of success as Mrs. Pinkham has had. Over a hundred thousand cases come before her each year. Some personally, others by mail. And this has been going on for twenty years, day after day, and day a f ter day. Twenty years of constant success think of the knowledge thus gained 1 Surely women are wise in seek...

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 July 1903

I Jim Damps asserted, "Too mnch meat la snmcer causes tee much heat. What shall we eat all summer loitg That, without meat, shall keep us strong , And la the best of samacr trim f Why, Perce,,' yf jgyie," UeEl Saggy aa, Tim (I? Tb 0ad7to4errc Cereal tie strength of meat Trfthopt Cstluias Che cu4 Gft-avlc. '"Teroe Is a regular breakfast food la toy faiailj to he Qxetastonci Btflak a thsmi, old MKBdArD. A. A&A-wafc&O THE Citizens' State Bank, Hays City, Kansas, Solicits every person in Ellis county, tributary to Hays city, rn nrun n hank account with them on or before March 1st, or as soon thereafter as possible. us all tho moneys you may receive, you use, writing on each checfe what it is given for. A PAID bank check has settled many a disputed account Try this for ono year and you will be happily surprised at the result. All successful business men keep bank accounts, in fact could not be induced to do business any other way. Now dont sav to vourselt "Mv account would be too...

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