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People's voice. (Wellington, Kan.) 1890-1917, March 10, 1899, SECOND SECTION, Image 4

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Baking Powder
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
against alum
Alum baking powders are the greatest
menacers to health ol the present day.
HOYAt mm POWO' q, NEW VOWK.
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CORRESPONDENCE.
Cl.EAKDALE.
March ;.-Walter Wartick has the
measles.
Miss Elsie Osborne is on the com
plaining list at present.
Mr. Geo. Miller returned home
Troru Indiana Thursday.
Uncle Sam Stockton is diggiag a
well on the uW "Hoati" D'ace.
E!d. Graham's little daughter Em
ma, is at her trrand parents', sick.
Burn, to Mr. and Mrs. James Stock
ton, a junior Dewey. All doinj; well.
Uncle Wm. Wartick improves very
slowly. Complication of grip and
Theumatlsm.
R. T. Wilson is stocking up at the
old stand so it looks like business
once more.
Culver sold possessions on the old
"Putfh" place to Moody of Arkansas
City, for $300.
lao. MeSDer has nis oh ground all
plowed, but is waiting for the weather
to settle before sowing.
Earl Cummins has c 'bbage and to
mato plauts sproute ! in a but bed.
Uemember '98 ..at wop.
Jain faracr is to 1 ut 10 a line of
InptaBMil and harue-t repairs for
the coming season at Ahton.
J. K. Donahue Stbuhfc s that much
of his wheat is killed by cold, and to
add to hisdileinm i is gripping to the
old homestead tighter than ever.
Adn y Jones are hiving a severe
siege of measles. Many are exposed.
Children breaking out at bctiool and
carrying cjiitamina1. too home and
abroad.
Chas. Fogg can. e Dearly meet log a
sad accident while setting a blast in
a well. After setting a fuse on his
way out the windlass failed to wcik
and it was only by all bauds helping
that he was rescued fn m what might
have proved an awful f;,te.
HL'KLE.
Mar. 6 Mrs J .hn T. Noel left over f
the Rock I si md for on , (. T. on i
Saturday night in answer to a tele-'
gram received aoauuociag 'be sick
ness of her sister, Mrs. Ellsworth. 1
The family of 0. 8. Pickens that'
was so poorly last week is am vales-1
cent.
Miss Delia tinkle lost last week'
from her school at PiessMtb'll bv
reason of sickness.
Capt. James bell of Peck, had a I
force of men working the roads Fri
day, Saturday ai.d Mo.iday.
R. J. Hukle has bean cor. lined to his I
bed the past ten days bv a severe peil
Of the gnu. He is somewhat better
now.
Mr. Litcher Sadler and family from
Washington, arrived at his mother's!
on Sunday. Tlicv will make Snath
Kansas their future home. Mr. Sad
ler returns broken in health and purse
and baa the sympathy of his many
friends.
Miss Nannie Wheeler did ct'ttinp,
fitting and sewing of clothing Ut
Grandma Noel at R. J. Hukle's last
Monday.
Ella Hukle returned Monday to her
studies at Friend's University in
Wichita after spending a week at
home resting up.
One would think from the number
less announcements of secret societies
in the Wellington and Belle Pliine
pipers that the trade in goats would
be lively.
The series of meetings conducted
by J. E. Cain at Peck, closed Monday
night. The same conditions seemed
to prevail here as in the time of Christ:
See Mathew 13 58.
$1,700,000,000 is the appropriation of
me congress just closed. The oldest
person in Sumoer county could not
have Minted this sum since the date
of their birth 90 years ago.
John R. Stanley, postmater at
Clearwater, and brother of Governor
Stanley, has bills out for a public sale
March 14th. Mr. Stanly numerates
many things fur sale and states that
possibly there are many more, but
owing to abnoimil condition of his
mind on expansion cannot name them
on all sums over ten dollars
months 17 d;iys, 5 hours. 48 minute
and 4S seconds will be given," so he
states.
CICERO.
Mar. 9 How was Sunday for a
dust storm?
We understand that High Over
street has sold 80 acres of his land.
Sunday's storm blew out some of
the wheat in this part of the coun
try. The stove at school district No. 8
fell down and caught the floor on Are,
b it the blaze was put out before much
damage was done.
CALDWELL.
Mar. 9. Claia Logan came home on
a visit accompanied by Cora Kincaae.
They returned Sunday.
Marvin Webb has the jmlrl in
Wellington.
Ethel Canear drives from home to
her school now.
Bud and Clate Dunham sold their
farm. Consideration $1,8C0
Two of ilarl Stull's children are
sick with pneumonia. They are very
1 w.
D. W. Ervin broke the fork of his
bicycle which c u-el him some delay
on his vUit home.
Henry Elsworth is rkinjf ?notlier
story to John Jordan's noose and
Mr. Brownell is walling the cellar.
A good half-breei Indian pony, two-i
year? old, to trade for a good byke
either ladies or gentlemen's, clll on
Frank Logan.
Mrs. Isaac Overholser was found
unconscious in her yard. It is sup
posed she was hurt by her driving
horse as sh? had just got home.
Wheat is badly frozen out; sped
ally on plowed ground. Some is all
gone. Home fields are a half stai-d.
but good stand- are vrrv -raice. I
MKDFORD. OKLAHOMA.
Mar.8 F. M. Snider returned home
Sunday morning.
The laundry building is ab u! com-;
plated.
Mr. Derby and family ate going to
move to Wichita next week.
Mr. Diveley is erecting a green
house. He bis flowers for sale at
present.
J A. Corbett, has built a nice board 1
fence around his lots. Re la talking
of building in the near future.
There was a social given at the!
CnnirrentionaleburebTaeday night,
March 7th. There was a hirire crowd
pres. nt, and the HikMi sebool -tudents
rerdenda short program unci) was
verv entertaining after which re
freshments were served.
AVegetable Preparationfor As
similating teFoodandRcgula
ling ite Stomachs andBowels of
Promotes Digestion.Cheerful
nc5s and Rest.Contains neither
Opnim.Morphine nor Mineral.
Not TIaiicotic.
Ktofit of (Ad ErSX4LELPHTM8
Dtm,iia Set 2 '
Ax Senna
Int"i SJb -Arjsc
Stfti
Pifprmint -
firm Sad -(MM
Saqmr .
hmluyrmn lore :
A perfect Remedy for Constipa
tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
Worms onvulsions,Feverish
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP.
Tac Simile Signature of
NEW YORK.
tin
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Always Bought
Bears the
Signature
of
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The
Kind
You Have
Always Bought.
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N LINE AGAIN FOR 1899
With a Larger Stock than ever before of
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Cannot beeqnJled in STYLE or FINISH by any other bow in Somner county Remember
rbe J?!1 fetM IS the Ladies' Pet, while the Banner Boys' Bam at $45 .
S reeori breaker. DONT FAIL TO SEE THEM. . . .The CELEBRATED I M U(
flffi ISLAND GOODS HAVE 1 III
f C79tiDg i Liste18' b0tJ ridinTg and Wal'kiQg' Gators, riding, walking and tooguele, sulky
S and gangs; Harrows, oue-borse Listers, etc, are sold by us at lower prices thau any other dealer
in the city will or can offer you. ;
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juriLinilNU New IN nt WAGON MNFf We'HPN kbw
IIIWJKJIV Lll iL.i gear; also the Celebrated CHARTER OAK Wagons.
1 COME IN AND SEE THE JEWEL SECURITY GASOLINE STOVE.
X Also me 1 rAINTS, a first-class medium-priced article, and Brushes, Oils, etc. We are sole agents for
AUTOMATIC JLV ly 17 K 1( T Hv R A TO sitively use 20 per cent less ice than any other refrigerator on the
X XV X WXVO market. Don t fail to examine it. '
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Cst Kit0' bv t-r Impler Tinware' and w i
OUUlUHfM JVdUSas. U UV nof in inr. At; fAr mv firo lm,, LI . . .
orices dfferad to i;- t T i. -J . . 8 cuauies me to Duy my goods at the lowest
prices ottered to any In ing man, and places me ma position to give my customers the benefit of mv
large expenence m selecting suitable goods and at the LOWEST PRICES Y
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