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People's voice. (Wellington, Kan.) 1890-1917, November 23, 1899, Image 3

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You do I
Get that prescription
rilled accurately, and that
at our drug store
F.B. Snyder
T.Hull of Jackson township, is Id
the city today.
Carl Kennedy of Hunnewell, was in
the city Sunday.
Assortment of colors in beavtiful jar
dinieres, at Maxey's.
Bring your poultry to T. C. Roup at
Wyatt Bros' store.
Call around to Ponieroy & Ash and
buy a Rambler bicycle.
W. T. Wycoff and W. T. McCormack
of Cicero, are in the city.
Rambler bicycles lead and others
follow. Pomeroy & Ash.
We are selling Rambler bicycles for
835, cash. Pomeroy & Ash.
Maxey Bros.' have now on display a
fine assortment of banquet lamps.
Finest line of lamps and chinaware in
the city is to be found at Maxey's.
A new line of beautiful set rings
just received at F. W. Sellers.
The Caldwell joints hav closed, on
account of threats of prosecution.
Maxey Bros.' have just received some
very handsome sets of Haviland china.
Frank Six left this morning for
Roswell, N.M., to look up a location.
II. H. Hoah and J. J. Dunnof Alva,
O.T., were visitors in the city Sunday
Maxey Bros.' fine after dinner cups
and saucers, water sets and china plates
are ideal gifts.
Jude Chapmao sold and delivered
70 head of cattle to Ira Putney of
Milan, yesterday.
Geo. S. Kingsbury of Salt Lake City,
Utah, is in Wellington, visiting his
sister, Mrs. E. J. Lang.
The charges against the head offi
cers of the K. & L. of S. lodge have
been proven groundless.
A case of hard luck is reported from
McPlierson county, where Fabian
Lagree inherited $60,000 and died.
Chas. Iddings, 'the son of A. V.
Iddings of Perth, had his foot badly
mashed Sunday by a horse falling
upon it.
Nels Smith, a well known citizen of
South Haven, died Sunday and was
buried in the Atteberry cemetery
Five or six hundred feet of Rock
Island track was wahei out near
Comanche, I.T., Sunday oiu'ht by the
heavy rains.
This weather is m;kicg the farmers
feel so gMO1! thai when it quits rain
ing, and the roads get dry, they wi 1
all come to town.
W. A. Renn has a-chrysanthemum
plant with sixty odd flowers on it. It
Is believed to bo one of the largest
and prettiest plants in the city.
Mrs. Bettie Robinson, daushtrr of
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Cowherd of Wei
lington.died at Roswell, N.M., last
Thursday mornine. She had been ill
for several months.
Ed Miller, formerly of Wellisgtou,
who stormed the heights of Santiago
with Roosevelt, and swam the Bagbag
with Funston, has purchased a news
paper in Wakefield, Clay county.
A year ago Tuesday a furious
blizzard was blowing from the north,
and snow drifted several feet deep in
places. All the trains were late, and
a great nnny cattle froze to death
out west.
The program for the first week of
congress has been mapped out. It is:
adoption of the old Reed rules; im
mediate passage of the caucus com
mittee's financial reform bill, and re
organization of committees along old
lines as far as possible.
Kansas can now get alng without
rain until next spring. Tbe wheat is
"in as fine condition as it is prossible
for it to be, and with anything like
favorable spring weather, will make
a large yield. The farmers say the
acreage this fall is about tbe same as
last fall the largest ever sown.
A better way of dodging lightning
than getting under the bed or shot
ting one's self in a closet is recom
mended by the Scientific American:
'Some of the simplest things in the
world are the most efficacious. Now,
for instance, if you are afraid of light
ning, here's a very simple safeguard
to remember simply put on your
rubbers and then stand up so your
clothts won't touch anywhere.
"Whether vou ire indonr nr nnf.
deors jou are perfectly safe, for rub-
ber is non-conductor, and jou are'
completely losulited,"
Buy one of Maxey Bros.' handsome
banquet lamps and lay it aside for use at
Christmas. Our lamps are selected from
the latest patterns each year.
Jihn B. Carey, ex-mayor of Wichita
and builder of the famous Wichita
hostelry bearing his name, died sud
denly in San Jose, Cal., Sunday
It's worth your while to make a trip
to Maxey Bros, to see the beautiful new
Wedgewood ware, the lamps, water
sets, etc.
Note ad in another column of the Drs.
Lee, specialists, to be at the Aetna Mon
day, December 4th.
Although the city will be asked to
vote $14,000 for an electric lighting
and heating plant, there is no cer
tainty that the council will use the
money. It depends upon whether
investigation will prove that an elec
trie light plant will pay.
Wedgewood ware.Haviland china sets,
water seti, after dinner cups and saucers,
plates, etc. Maxey's.
The Oxford Register says that a
meeting of the friends of C. A. Wood-
ard, the Dalton station agent charged
with rape, was held at Dalton one
night last week, and twenty of the
best known farmers in the commun
ity signed a note for $500 to raise
money to fight the case in court.
Arkansas City has sold its water
orks bonds to Spitzer & Co of Cleve
land, 0.
Rev. Noah Rodgers of Hoisington,
worked far into Saturday night pre
paring his seimon for the morrow.
On Sunday morning his wife found
bim dead in bed. Oo tbe table lay
the sermon which he had written in
the still watches of the night, and its
title was "Prepare to Meet Thy God."
Call at the Aetna December 4th and
consult Drs. Lee.
The following Sumner county cases
have been disnosed of in the court of
appeals: M. R. Jackson v.. John I.
Anderson; affirmed.... Jno. H. Black
welter vs. Rock Island Lumber Mfg.
Co.; affirmed.... The Westchester Fire
Insurance Co. vs. w. T. Coverdale;
reversed.... Ellsworth Jewett vs. L.
II. Fisher et al; affirmed . . . .The Stock
Exchange bank of Caldwell vs. Frank
Burnett; affirmed. ...Amelia Warner
etal. vs. A.T.&S. F.Ry. Co.; affirm
ed.... F. M. Snyder vs. Long-Bell
Lumber Co.; modified.
One or more of th
expert physicians and
surjreoos of the medical
gtaff of the Chicago
ffi': Curative Institute, who
XaJ?? can tell what your dis
ease or affliction is without asking any
questions, will visit
Wellington, Friday, Nov. 24,
One Day Only.
Inquire at the Arlington House. All
Chronic and Special diseases success
fully treated. Cure guaranteed. Con
sultation free.
The Temperance Sermons.
lu spile of the unfvoraliie weather
there was a good sized audience at the
Methodist church Suudar lo hear
the temperance sermons bT Rev?. A.
0. Etirit-ht aud T. A. UVst. Rev.
West spoke i-f the necessity of cou
Untly fighting the rum evil, and
dealt in a t'fDeul way with the tem
perance question. Rev. Ebright's
address was partially along tbe same
line, ne quoted from the prohibitory
law aud called attention to general
violations of it.
Both sermons were miid, but calcu
lated to inspire those who are opposed
to the illegal liquor traffic to greater
diligence In the enforcement vt the
laws on tbe statute books.
Rev. Ebright read to tbe congrega
tion an anonymous letter of a threat
ening nature which be bad received
recently. The letter wa9 printed
with a lead pencil, and is evidently
the work of the same person who has
been writin? letters to Harry Woods.
Tbe towns caa never beat the coun-t-y
people when it comes to successful
socials. Down at Perth Saturday
evening, the union choirs of the Cum
berland Presbyterian and Baptist
churches raised nearly $40 with a box
social. A cake was put up as a prize
to the prettiest girl in the community
and 1 cent charged for every vote.
Twenty-two hundred and twenty-two
votes were cast in tbe contest, and
the cake went to Miss Brown, a
pretty country girl with rosy cheeks
and modest ways. The proceeds of
the social will he used in buying
music for the choirs.
, lisl3 fc's liilii
It may not be here this week or next, but it is comim
as all old timers well know. We. are one of the real olcf
tiraers, having been furnishing the citizens of Sumner countv
clothing since 1S79. Studying their wants, their likes, also
their dislikes, therefore we concluded that we were capable
of making your selections for the Cold Wave during the
bummer Hea', knowing that we could give you better bar
gains by so doing. Our purchases were larger, our bargains
are greater than ever before.'
if 1 all shapes shades and colors, for men, youths, boys and
children. Nothing missing. Now would it not; be wie for
you to make your selections early andobtain the cream of the
stock. We are in a 1 position to give you prices you never
dreamed or heard of before. If you contemplate buyino-an
overcoat during the fall and winter, now is the time to make
your purchase. Don't do yourself an injustice, but give us a
call. Prices and goods will do the rest.
You can see the advantage
to he obtained by purchasing
Our $3.25 Men's Calf Welt Shoa
at $2.50 This Week.
Come to Dean's Big Shoe Store
and you will be a sure purchaser.
I mm wmM
Opera House Nor. Z9th.
"Under the;Dome," Lincoln J. Carter's
newest play, w ill be seen here at our op
era house Nov. 29th. It is a five act
comedy drama the scenes of which are
laid in Washington, New York and the
Sanioan Islands. Some remarkable
scenic effects are promised. One of these
is a realistic reproduction of the dreadful
hurricane which swept the harbor of
Apia, March 15, 18S6, and which resulted
in the destruction of the German war
vessels Eber and Alder and the American
warships Nipsic,, Vandaliaand Trenton
and the beachiug of the German war
vessel Olga and the loss of 144 lives.
Another clever stage scene is promised
in which theaudience in company with
the characters of the play make a trip of
a ferry boat from Jersey City to New
York Every one in Sumrer county
should see this great storm scene. It is
the best ever on the stage. Tickets 25,
35. 50.
Drs. Lee at the. Aetna, Monday, De
cember 4th, only.
The Boers are beginning to make it
warm for the British In South Africa.
They are invadingNatal ingre-it num
bers, and receiving reinforcements
and fresh supplies every day. Lady
smith is surrounded and the Boers
occasionally drop a few shells into
tho t"wn just to remind them that
they are there.
Market Quotations Nov. 23.
. Wellington
Wheat 4.) to 50c
Corn 23 to 25c
Oats 15 to 18c
Hogs $3.40 to $3 50
Cattle Beef, $3 to $3.25
Butter Good, 15c
Eggs, trade i;c
Ileus, springs, 4c
Srjriug Chickens 5c
Turkeys cc
Ducks v 4C
December wheat closed at 66?.
May wheat closed at 7!i.
Dqcenker corn closed at 321.
May corn closed at 33.
Kansas City
Decemve,r wheat closed at 61.
May when closed at 66.
The poultry market will be better
after D-c. 1. Bring in your poultry
and you will get the highest market
price. J.-M. McKee.
State Bank Commissioner Breiden
thai has issued a warning to bankers
to guard their vaults, because there is
an organized gang of bank robbers
abroad in Kansas. Six Kansas banks
have been robbed recently: at West
phalia, Malvern, Turon, Leon, Repub
lic and Parker.
SUte of Kansas to Ed;;ar E. Goodno, C. S
Reed and Mrs. C. 8. heed, his wife.
VOU WILL TAKE NOTICE that you have
be fued In the district court of Sumner
county, harwis, by j. E. Dunn and thaT
utiles rou answer the petitloo tiled by 8uld
plaintiff on or before the
said petition will be taken as true and judg
ment rendered against you accordingly fore
nosing a mortgage execuwd and delivered
by John C Bin key and .Mary J. Hinkey to J
E. Dunn datod Jnury Srd. IS'.iS, on tbe fol
lowli.ir described real estate In Sumner coun
ty, KHtiPHs. to-wlt:
The north half of toitheast quarter and the
southeast quarter of the southeast quarter
ofMC.-ion twenty-four and lotg thret (3)
nnd ievn (7) In raid section twenty-four
all In township thirty-one (31) south, range
two (2) tast and for the sale of Hid real
estate, without apnraierr,ent, to pay the
debt secured by said mortgage.
Witness my hand and the seal of said court
this Lind day of November, iten.
Iskal 1 clerk of said district court.
Heichick & Rogers, Attorneysfor Plaintiff.
First published In Voice Nor. 23, MJ.
We feel a special interest in the farm
ers institute called for December 1st and
2nd. Have urged its importance indi
vidually, and feel that if a series of
meetings of this character can be held
this winter and be well attended it will
be worth many thousands of dollars in
the aggregate to those who attend.
1 1
When we moved into the large storeroom last January we had plenty of
room to spare. We are now so crowded with goods we can scarcely turn round. For the last ten days in November, beginning Monday
morning, Nov. 20th, we will make prices on them that will move them in a hurry.
Silver thread sauer kraut, per quart
One cask fancy sour pickles, per
dozen 4c per gallon 30c
One cask Heinz fancy sweet pick
les, per duzen 07c
One barrell Heinz finry seeo
.1 mango pickles, worth 3 for !0
'"at 3 for 0,iJ
Gallon canned apples, per can. ...25s
Green gge plums and Birtlett
penrs, 2 cans 25c
T.est Standard tomatoes, ppr can..OJc
"Eureka Brand" pens, the very
best pack, per can OSc
Best Standard corn, per can Ov.
Columbia Kiver Salmon, per oue
pound can 1G:
Sawlog fancy Brand, Sa!in;c, per
one pound can to?.
Five pound jar pure honey, worth
80c, per jar .70c
K.d. Baking Powder, 15c size, per
can ,. 10c
K.C. Baking Powder, 25c size, per
can 15c
Tu re Food Baking Powder, t,qual
to. Price or Rnytl, per can 25s
Dunham's Shredded Coconut, quar
ter pound pkg OS
Dunham's Shredded Cocoanut, half
pound okg 15
E-gie Ly, 5c size, 4:, 10c size 07
Yeast foam. 2 pkg" 05
tt.nd Dust. 5 lb pkg 19
Dindy So ip, 20 birs 25
White fish, ech : 05
Wliite fl-h, pails worth 75c 55
Ritham Ham, worth 12c lb, per
pound 08
Barrel syrup, the 35c kind, per gal.. 25
Pail syrup (wood) gallon 28c, 2 gal.. 45
Diamond axie ureese, 3 boxes 10c
Mica rfx!.. ereese,
1 lb can 7c, 3 lb pal' 20
Stone ware, crock, Jars, churns
and jugSj per gal 61
5 gallon metal gasoline or oil cans,
each ..40
New ovaporated apples, per lb 10
New evaporated peaches, per lb.... 10
New evaporated apricou, per lb.. -16
New evaporated figs, per lb 10
New eTap'irated raspbeerrits, per
lb 18
Corn Cake SmokingTobicco,lhpkg.20
6 for-10 Chewing Tobacco, per lb. . ..10
Sledge Chewing Tobacco, rer lb 30
Kramer's or Hunter's H. P. Flour.. 85
These are only a few of the articles upon which I can save you money. I have on hand .constantly the largest and finest line of Confection
ery, Nuts and Fresh Fruits in the city. I will pay the following prices for country produce, in trade.
Fresh Eggs, perdozen2oc. Fresh Butter, per pound, 15 to 20c.
ROWN, Cash Groeet;

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