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Mi n 1 VOLUME X. WELLINGTON', KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER l6, ,s99. .,..THIS IS.... CLOAK and BLANKET 4 SEASON Our lines in both of above De partments are the very best we have ever shown, 9 ....SEE US FOR.... TO CW9 111 Fail Ti ll if SI i! in Weefl ol Dry Goods. All purchases apply on the China Premiums. Price, Hog &Co. Rate Discriminations to Sum For years Wichita, Wellington, Win field, Perry, O.T., Newton, Hutchinson and Halstead millers and grain men of southern Kansas gener ally have complaiued of the discrimi natioo in rates io Galvestoi and Texas points against this section in favor of Kansas City points. For in stance, the rates on graip from Wich ita to Galveston have been from 5 to 7 cents more per hundred from Wichita than from kan:w fit? l he news in brief: Major JQ0. A. Wan, Jr., son ot ,nc fanj(US C!V, war general, was killed in a battle iQ the Philippine Sunday... .One of the most curious results of the annexation of Puerto Rico will be an alteration In the shape of the island as it, i, krowato thew;,rld. The old Spanish surrey s very inaccurate, and imvc 'he L-land an oblong shape. The United States survey will u ... be very irregular, un-l much lar-rr Car load lots from vn r ' i " " PPosed . .. .Ti,e wife or sent at 22 cents per hundred ' fadST an" 28 cents per hundred has been ch.rWl tTJ" Al6"ucr!ue. .M.... from Wichita. U . Ces Uom MaDl1" relate More than a year a,o stPns ,Tb . ereab,,utt are taken to get this discriminate ZrT removed, and millers of Kansas line!x toU ,ni n ' C farUUS M" agreed to bear each a nm I F 'n Cilse w " trial In amount of the exptnc of a suit befor for S. 17 "d f U'"t0n W,U lei,ve the Interstate Commerce Commi - baric for 7"" l Pra- sion. The case was taken up through d, E ve of ,,,pp,;,M-M- the Kansas State Board o raiimn.i h !. , , Vey .f kilnsas C,ty. Kan., commissioners. The cusp i,j, J " Dn( for divorce differentials and several differpnikT. I-u. .a 1 ,ler clof,ie "ni Points of law and eouitv ,7 oueSMle "u!d rather have ii u i vnrpp t n u ii ..i...j lhe Interstate Commerce n,mmtfi.L., fc .u. tor heav- siou yesterday announced its decision wagon oa, oH, "7 ' -A in the case, which h LiL2?'al f "'"'Wlycerine exolod- against the Atchison, TonekHr: tSTriJ Santa Fe Railway company and other explosion was felt fully f0ri.v' mii carriers. The main noints follow A gim o( noted swlnrilpr The charges which have takrn ni,J Z!', I?1 l' been run in conditions govemmg the transpor- a'ed irat every leZtL tation of wheat and fl,mr r,m United States. J uy 10 ttle !"!?.0Ln!.9t0destiDati0D9iDTeM8arH There wiiiTaTHn,, , NUMBER 43, ?res Sin Uv$l flour than on wheat, which was ap proved oy tlie commission in the kauffnian Milling comnanv nf T.ntar. prise, Kas.. vs. the Miasnnri paifl. T.!l uauway company. Carriers of corn and mm tnpal from Kansas coints tn fWinutin.,,. n Texas enforce a differential of 7 cents per nunared rounds mnr nn n,r. .... i .i . uicai man on corn, and such differ ence prohibits the shipment of com meal ground at Kansas nnlnt.a tntn m . . . leias territory. It is held that the diffprnnpn in mr. oi i cents against corn meal and favor of corn uolustl -disnrf against Kansas millers, and that the differential should not txcA a pent. per nunarea pounds. Uniin .1 ; n . . uiuercni carriprs Prurairprl In transporting wheat and corn from nn!ht I - IT -j w i"UM " JV-aasaa inn Aiissourl and intermadiate points to Galveston and New Orleans make lnwpr pmnrt ... vi""i mica on mese commodities from Kansas CitV. Mn.. or nninti in than from snm nf tha ininrm.j;... vv luuciuicuiatc stations on their respective lines. It i3 uciu mas me nigner rates from such intermediate points subject those that if the carriers are allowed to make i.hpsp nm ivnt i chnillil In rr.nt.I i . ',. . rermediate territory alike, and desist hencpforth frnm nr. n.v.. rates from th npamp -- -.vi puamuus lilian those from the more distant points. The Twentieth Kansas band Btran. ded in Leaven worth Kimn hi will reorifanize with P. V Pih i'0ori. ui me s ma Missouri, as their leader. T OrPSt Kartnn onn nf nr.. t U1 110- -uuu 1 AndPTOnn nf Wcltinrrrr.n --- " vinufiuu, iras maudlin "Jthe band, and clatmsto have lost Sri flA An It I VVV UU III. Mrs. A. Rresee's new store on Tnri, iv , V j Washington avenue, is doini? a a business. Go there when ?nu wkh patent medicines or anything in the grocery line. Hunting Boots Have you seen our hutting boot? It is a boot laced like a shoe, and having also lacing at the top to lace it tight to the leg. It is as easy as a shoe and looks jnst like one, but gives the protec tion that a boot does. It is made of soft strong kanga roo calf, and is as nearly water proof as a boot can be. The price is only $3.50. YOU will not fvuial it .1- 1 for less than J5.00 The Missionary Convention. iheMfihudlst church was crowded last nltrnt -ith people to listen to the evening's exercises by t.he Woman's Foreign Missionary convention. The opening exercises were led by the president, Mrs. A. H. Griffln. Mrs. Fletcher Price and Mrs. Jacob Enie sang a butiful duett. Mrs. Stam hack of Arkansas Citv. rJplivprpri iateretin? recitation io the place of u auuress oy i;ev. Vangundy. A well rendered vocal solo by Miss Lida Barndollar was greatly appreciated, and was followed hv an r., Iwev. A.O. EbrightonwhHchrlstian- ijf uau accompnsnea ror womankind. His address was'highly spoken of by those present. Miss Alia Saylor and Mrs. Jacob Kngle sang a delightful duett, and after a collection was taken ujj, uicauuience was favored by the Young Ladies quartette, composed of me .jisv,es z.aaie Zmn. V. csu uii-;d ana r isher. Pre convention closes this affur. noon. Etch sess'.n of the convention has hpt-ri wpii aiton,i.j ...... . umcuucu arm ins tPrr.r,H"r,nJUC'1 bencflt aud "'terst " Vn aua omers In attend ance ri.day'8 exercises wre quite interesting and the clie of the con vention is well attended. Rev. M. E. Harlan, formerly pastor of the Christian church in Welling ton, who recently left for his new Held of labor in firnnklvn v v tendprpr) a hiir ......i I i .l ' last week. The Brooklyn Eagle de voted nearly half a column to the reception. Providence is apparently on the side of the people this fall, and buck ing the coal trust. Such weather as this means a saving of hundreds of dollars in fuel every day to Welling ton people. Many families have hot found it nectary to buv coal yet hisvM, tpr, -tid ar; making the left over supply from last winter do them. The weather Is favorable to the farmers In many ways. It gives thetu excellent opportunity to finish their fall work, and is growing the wheat rapidly. They will soon be able to pasture their cattlp nn ihn - fields, and thussaveminv dollars to feed. Indeed, mmy farmers are al ready pasturing their raffia n -4 norses on wheat. ginning Monday the territory served by the fast mail over the Santa rcirmn Kansas city was increased. Connection is made at Florence, cov ering the Florence "cut off" to Win field, there connecting with the Santa Fe south, caching Oklahoma, Indian Territory and Texas from thirty min utestoan hour earlier than before. The schedule of the fast mail is un changed, reaching Newton at 7 a.m. At that point it connects fortheshuth with the Panhandle train, reaching points between Newton and AmaHMo at the samp Mn:e a In the past. Mrs. J. P. Mf'Plillnrh nf foM.M i v..uv. v. voiuncii, is in the city, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. n. W. Andrews. Shp to nn non return from a vit.it to the pan or me state. 1 MM 9m WELLINGTON, KANSAS. The greatest nffpri t? n i7 civets, apes, ur CoUarettes and Dress Skirts that Wel lington has ever known. , CLOAKS MUSTGO EmE LINE 0F CL0AKS to be closed SSAfS- s sale T ALL NEXT WEEK wEapPPSTY IS Yras to buy your WRAP or DRESS SKIRT at almost ' Buttrey The Leadlne U. . Iwl WHO LESflLE PRICES Customers are coming from a long distance to take advantage of our ' Cloak Sales, because we are giving TIL FOR LITTLE MOWEY JACOB ENGL OOOOOI WELLINGTON. KANSAS.