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By NAUQLE & COLLINS. fU War With Class Legislation and Mal-fldmlolstratlon. Established August 26, 1890. VOLUME X. WELLINGTON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1899. NUMBER 17. still sells , Shoes. For Breach of Promise. When Henry A. Kincade of, Port land, wooed Maude M. Holliduy, a de mure miss living with her widowed mother in Oxford township, he little dreamed that thccourtship would eni in a damage suit in which his sweet heart asks the courts to grant her a judgment against him for $5,0oo fur breach of promise. Kincade is 2i years of age and possessed of land and personal property to the extent of about 14,000. His former ilance is under 21 years of age and is the daugh ter of Mrs. James Hdliday, living seven miles southwest of Oxford. Ac cording to the allegations set up in the suit for breach nf promise, their courtship began in 18i7 and termin ated the first part of . ihe present month. The plaintiff alleges: That on the 15th day of August, 1897, she did, at the special instance and re quest of the defendan,, enter into an agreement with the defeodaot under and by the terms of which they were to be married; and that such agree ment was verbal and was to be per formed within one year next ensuing: that from time to lime sik! atrreement lias been reviewed by ttrm, and that the last reviewal of such contemplated marriage was in the month of November, 1898, in Sumner cour.tv. Kansas. The plaintiff further alleges that! she ha, ?.t all timns, ben ready and willing to carry oat the aid aree meat by marrying the defendant and ! that the defendant did, on or about the first day of March, 1899, refuse, both orally anu in writing, to consent! to the carrying out of the agreement! between them, and Without cause orj excuse, broke the engagement and I contract to tiie damage of the plain tiff in thesum of fcj.oOO. Wherefore she prays the court for a judgment against the defendant in accordance with the prayers of her petition. Lawrence & Ferguson are her attor neys. Heskett-Murphy. Joseph W. Heskett and Mis Maggie Murphy were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents on the east side at .'1 o'clock Wednesday Rev. Father McKerriHii I ttlciating in the pre-ence of a lianpv gathering of friends and relatives uf the young people. The bride is a young lady of rare personal charms, endowed with those i womanly graces and accomplishments that makes woman such an Indispeot-1 able companion and helpmeet to men. The groom is the son of Sheriff J. K. Heskett, and is highly respected by all who know him. Their many friends join in extending congratula-j tions and well wishes. jLjjcJLjbLjL E OPENS FlitE and announces another one of their GREAT SALES win Marriage Licenses. j Joseph W. Heskett. 83. . Wellington I ' Margaret. Murphy. 19. . ..Wellington I j James Arthur, over 21 Dalton j M. It. Wales, over 18. . A;. -hire, cot Wm. Baker. 29 Caldwell! j Nellie O'Cnuer. 21 Caldwell; Seth Rowan, 27 Caldwell i j Delia Garlits. 18.... Caldwell I j Eimer Sears. 23 Dorter I Gertie Messner, 20 Duster j W. Z. Nut tintr. 48 ilnnnewell j Ruby Underbill, 22 Hunnewell j Botreoe Y. Wells, 21... South Haven ( Syrena A I ice Raymond, 17 " " j J. H. Plumb, 24 Caldwell I Laura M. Wheat, 18 Caldwell I R. F. Porter, 23 Perth) I Grade A. Hentv, 19 MayUeld I Thrre will be a county C. E. conven tion in this city May 23 and 24. it M Ei Two Bales Unbleached Sheeting In contem plation of this sale we secured direct from the mills Two Bales Unbleached LL Sheeting, very fine quality, a regnltr competitor-knocker; our price as long as it lasts will be 2 cents per yard 2800 Yards Bleached Muslin S rtf mi sale Saturday, 2800 yards Bleached Muslin, Forest Mills brand, one of the best made, very fine and soft finished, 36 inches wide, at 5c per yard or 20 yards for $1.00 MkCPc' HaCP Another case Misses' Hose, absolute raDOW HUM; v fast black, seamless; we will go our competitors one better and give you 4 pairs for 25 cents Rnvc' HnciVrv 720 l)!lirs Kibbe1 Hose ex uvjj hvjivij tra value, sizes 6 to 10, regular 20 cent host- elsewhere; our price 12 cents per pair ftfrW finOfk Wonderful prices on Dress Goods. Ul C55 UUUU5 Special discounts in this department on many lines during the sale. ONE-FOURTH OFF Regular Price on Fancy Waist and Trimming Silks. All PlifltifllK l1f 'ilson' t,ie Sreat 0il Painting VII I ulllUll&d Artist, will close his second englfle- nieui wuu us Saturday, April zvul dee tlie wonder t2 of the a;e. Buy Millinery at ENGLE'S. We are showing a great line of CRASH JACKET SUITS and SKIRTS. Be sure and do your trading during this sale at JACOB ENGLE'S. Dress goods 1 m MS tans SATURDAY, tt 11 b 1 1 BLA CK WOOL FABRICS . i- j. n n t i i o-t a r 1 1 DC 42-Qcn exii a nne vasnmere, lung, regular price Qi.tu, special price 1 pc D-IIIC.U Vr- , ' 1 AO ini, rvnon Novelty, 1 pc 42-inch Crepo NovelT 1A 4 pc 42 to 44-inch Jacuard Novelty 2 pc 36-inch Jacquard No7elty regular price $1.25, regular price $1.35, regular price $1.00, regular price $1.00, regular 44 95c, 1 1 only $1.00 per yard only 90c per yard only $1.00 per yard only 720 per yard only 79c per yard only 670 per yard COLORED WOOL FABRICS 1 " 1 M 6 ucs 36-in Spring Weaves, regular price ouc, special price 41c per yard 4 " 36-in Heavy Plaids " 60c. " " 35c " " 3 " 40-in all-wool Henrietta, brown, navy, green, ' . .c' " " 30c All 25 and 30c Plain and Fancy Weaves, at the sPecial Pnce of 19c- WE INCLUDE WITH THE ABOVE YOU cnolCB 0F 11 Dress Patterns sZss4 CrepoP, Skirt Patterns less $1.00 from regular retaii price. All the above goods will be displayed on front center covnter' They move Uvely at such prices. The special prices apply Saturday, April 22d, and continue till May 1st. I Don't Forget Our April Muslin Offer: Fine Bleached, 20 yds, 1 Fine LL Brown, 33a yds, $1 PRICE, HOQB CO.