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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Garland & Knowles, AND SALT MEATS Game and Fis in Season. WELLINGTON, - - KANSAS. BARBER SHOP Under Security State Bank. Satisfaction guaranteed. Your patron age solicited. Schuyler Gilbert, Proprietor. Wellington, Kansas. TIME HAS COME When Blackscuitliinp can't be done with the mouth. We do Artistic Work, employ oulythe best work men. Horseshoeing a specialty. J. E. HUTCHINSON, N. Washington Rock Island Restaurant Chas. lloss, Proprietor Meals Served at All Hours South Wasliinjrton Aveuue, Wellington, Kansas The Voice for Sale Bills and General Job Printing Snyder Bi'os,' Studio Aristo, Platinum and Outdoor Work. Also Photo Buttons. knell's Old Qallery, Wei in-tin, Kansas. W. F. AUBREY Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. East Seventh St. Try us THE UP-TO-DATE BARBERS Hair Cut and Shave 25c South Washington Avcnuo Leave your order with D. . Patten for . Home-made Bread, Cakes and Pies. ,'atMAXEY ItliOS. We have decided to make a Grand Clearance Sale of our Entire Stock Also all Fruits, Canned Goods and Fixtures. NOW IS THE AND1SAVE Don't put it off too long as they will not' last long af these prices. Free and prompt delivery to all parts of the cify. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. Gilmore & Randolph Real Estate and Rental Agents Office in Wellington National Bank Building Harvey and Washingum Avenues Kenn & Newbold ?EAL ESTATE AGENTS Farm Loans ot 0 per cent with a small cash commission. WELLINGTON. KA3. CHARLES A. HILL PIaNOS: Esley. Schaaf, Brauibach. Newton OUUANs: Estey, Cloudi & Waruer Singer Sewing Macliiues Victor I!ieycle North Washington, Ave., Wellington PATRONIZE THE STEAM LAUNDRY AND YOUR MONEY Will Not be Sent to China. HOTEL WARD. Best i a Day House in the city South Washington Ave Patent Medicines ftroceries, etc. Try Mrs. A. Iirpsp?'s now grocery ad drugstore, North M iin St. Hotel ETNA Most popular Ir.v priced Ilnstelry in the City. Give us a trial. Mrs. A. Bresee, Prop. Wellington Machine Shop. Machine Work of all Kinds. P. DeLong, Prop. PANTS wu" a Pant hunter i n.i i o ,mllll,ss. (s patltlns? for Pants, he vunts for the nest pants the pant market mints, lie pauteth unpanted until he imp ants hiuisi'lf in a pair of cur tailor made pants only?"). Henry the Tailor. TIME TO BUY 20 to 25 Cents on the Dollar THE SHOT GUN PATROL Quarantine Order Officially Promulgated, . and Patrol Partially Established. The state board of health yesterday orderej a quarantine against Kay county, Oklahoma, established along the south line of Sumner county, and County Health Officer Martin received a telegram from Dr. Swan, secretary o' the board Friday, directing him to publish the proclamation and put out guards. .iccordingly. Commissioner J. W. LYickman, to whom the duty of estab- shiny the pitrol was assi-'ntd, went to work and already has a force of armed mm, mounted on horses. p itro'.ling the state line from Ilunue well east' to Ihe border of Cowley county, to prevent any person from entering the state from Kay county, Oklahoma. There Is a Class of People Who are injured by the use of coffee. Recently there h;is been placed in all the grocery stores a new preparation c illed Graiu-O,. made of pure grains, that takes the pla:e of colTVe. The most delicate stomach receives it without distress, and but few can tell it from coffje. It docs not cost over one-half as much. Children 'may drink it with benefit. Fifteen and 2,1 cents per package. Try it. Ask for Grain-O. A Call to a Pastor. At the cloe of the Congregational church prayer mei-ting Friday, a busings meeting was he'd and it was deciJeJ 1o employ a pastor. A com mittee a appointed for this puipose as follows: J.S. Piatt, C. E. Hitch c. L'k and J. G. Campbell. The com- it tee will in all likelihood employ Rev. McClain of Anthony. At least this is the understanding. Rev. McClain preached for the Congrega- tlonalijts of Litis city a few Sundays , and gave general satisfaction. The cl urch has been without a pastor nee Rev. P. H. Scarrow resigned last summer. Magnetic healing concerns here fter. it is likely, will not bj permit ted to operate under the sanction ef the Kansas laws. Within the pat few weeks a half dozen of these enter prises have made application for charters. They have all been held uo. The broad is investigating their oper ations. Up to date nothinsr has been found in their plan of work that en titles them to a charter under the new law. Unless a discovery is made that requires the board to issue them charters, which is unlikely, their rplications will ba denied. Some time ago the board issued charters to two concerns of this kind. At that time it was in doubt, but thought rio damage could be done by doing so. LattT b concluded that possibly no good could be accomplished and held up other applications of that sort. In case it is finally determined that such :oneerns have no legal right to have a charter the two charters already ssued will be called in. County Superintendent Massev re turned Friday night from Ilohemi;!, where he spinta week visitins the chools. Mr. Massey is very pr(ud of one of il:es':ho.i!srlown there: district No. 15."i, in the northwest Corner of Bluff township, taught by Miss Alice Murphy, daughter of ex-Coniinissioner fhos. Murphy. Miss Murphy seems to have complete control of her pupils, and the school room is one of the tidi est in the county. The students are making wonderful progress In their studies, and one of the noticeable features of the school is the willing ness with which the scholars work. and the respect they have for their teacher. The children are all perfect gentlemen and ladies and their man ner shows the result of goodtraiDing by the teacher. John 0. Peebler, aged 27, of Cald well, Kas., and Miss Alice B. Slater, aged 25, of Denver, were married in Atchison last evening, Rev. W. S, Priest performing the ceremony. The groom is a Santa Fe railroad man, and is a son of W. Y. Peebler formerly of Atchison. John Peebler of Meridan, is his uncle. He worked in Colorado several years ago, where he became acquainted with the bride Mr. and Mrs. Peebler went west on theSauta Fe train this morning. Atchison Globe. Eva I. Bierschhach was granted divorce from Albert B. bierschbacb and restored to her maiden name that of Tillotson.... Judge McBride has taken the Campbell & nood ca under advisement, as submitted on an agreed statement of facts, and the side he decides against will take an appeal to the supreme court The case of Wetzct vs. Snyder has been dismissed, each side paying its portion of the costs. Miss Emma Sibert has been enzaeed to teach the spring term at the Ex celsior school, southwest of Milan.... Superintendent Massey today appoint ed W. A. nervey school director of district So. 51, near Belle Plal np. tft succeed Arch nervey, ho has moved to uoroirj. One hundred Sumner rmmt man started cut after wolves and succeeded in scaring np a badly rattled cotton tail. Beacon. Rheumatism Cored In a Bar, "Mystic Cure" for rheumatism and neuralgia radically cure? 'n one to three days. Its action upon the system is remarkable and mysterious. It removes at once the ranw and ti,o disease immediately disappears. The nrM aose greatly benefits. 75 cents. Sold by H. F. Smith, druggist. Wel lington. i3 Constipation Can Be Cured. Medical science is constantly mak ing new discoveries and improving on old methods. One of the latest dis coveries is BnjieyV, Laxative Tablets, fjr the cure of Cunstij ation, Sick Ht'3'ladie, Iiiliousness aud Liver Troubles. The active principle i. the genuine Ca,c.ira Sairrada. which makes actual cures flu. tuhtat, n. uo loj.cu aic chocolate coated. Twenty tablets in a ten cent package and sixty tablets in a twenty-flvc-ccnr, naekaee. nr.ri one tablet brings relief. Nnn r0n. ine unle.s hearim: tlie signature of W. J. HailPv, Chicjgo, nn outside wrapper. S,li bv II. P. Smit H. The Santa Fe route announces' a rate of one fare for the roun-1 trin for the annual meetingof the grand lortge, rt.w.u.v.or Kansas, which convenes at Topeka February 23, to March 2 Tickets on sale February 23 lo 27; re turn limit. March 3. A Unique1 Calendar. New edition of the Aztec Calendar, January to Juno, 1000, now on sale at l- I' - Ivy. ticket, ofllce. Con tains six separate reproductions in olor (3x11 inches) of Burbank's Pueblo Indian portraits the season's art sensation. Also engraved cover representing ancient Aztec calendar stone. A handsome and unioue sou v-nir; edition limited; ordor early. 1'riee 2o cents. It ha hpon demonstrated re p3aterllyin every state in the Union 9 tr, -, f.. .:.... . .... iii iiirtuj iuicikii countries inai' Chamberlain's Cough R-med'y is rvrt.in r,rPeonHro on(, " , ' I " - " ' v. uuu i.u, c H,l VI Mi JJ. It has bee me the universal remedy for that disease. M. V. Fisher of Liberty, West Va., only repents what has been said around the globe when he writes: "I have used Chamber lain's Cough Remedy in my family for several ycais and always with perfect success. We believe that it is not only the best cough remedy but that it is a sure cure for croup It has saved the lives of our children a number of times." This remedy is for sale by all drusgists. About Dinln; Cars. The verdict given by the general public that the great R ick M.-md route has the best dining car service in tha world, will not be disputed by patrons who have used this line'. Thousands of letters testify to this fict. A better meal cannot be se cured in any hotel cr restaurant in the cities of New York or Chicago than is served in tha Rock Island din ing cars, A la cute on all cars; a splendid lunch served on Colorado trains for 50 cents. MflT Villi FNT HI KIC The greatest care should l piven to IUUJI IIULLUI IMJu) Rnil. any little sore, pimple or scratch which shows no disposition to heal under ordin-IPPr-aRhn AT FIPT iQ Pry treatment. No one can tell how Eoon these HI I LhllLU Ml I liiO I KO will develop into Cancer of the worst tvpe. . mm. 50 manJ Ieoplo die from Cancer simply te- Mr-RF P WP F" cause th ',0 not know J'ust what th disease is; IULIIL I lllil LLUi they naturally turn themselves over to the doctors, aQd are forceiLto submit to a cruel and dangerous operation the only treatment which the dxrtors know for Cancer. The diseaae promptly returns, however, and is even more violent and destructive than before. Cancer is a deadly poison in the blood, and an operation, plaster or other external treatment can have no effect whatever upon it. The cure must oome from within the last vestige of poison must be eradicated. u u. unaimurujc Vf TV frielr. This ' 'Nk t.y'.r'.VV. 'iw viiiutru aii',:un;r, n-iivnin s piiiail pcao wniCil SOOn Crop- VAjfKl'jv ft rpd off- ani ,''x onI R liealt!l7 little scar remains where vV f4!r-'r what threatened to destroy my life once held full sway." tatji fcaaiiiijaj Positively the only cure-for Cancer is Swift's Specific S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD because it is the only remedy which can go deep enough to reach the root of the disease and force it out of the svstem permanently. A surgical operation does not reach the blood-the real hout of t!:e disease because the blood can not be cuf avcay. Insist upon S. .s. S.; nothinir can take its place. S. S. S. cure also any caso or Scrofula. Kcrtna. Rheumatism, Contagion! Blood Poison, Ulcers, Sorts, or uny other form of blood disease. Valuable books on Cancer and Blood Disvas's will be mailed free to anj address bj 8wift Specific Company, Atlanta r.eoreia. QEgjg.FSnWONDER Silver Dog Inlaid, Da mane oa Finished Baxrela. JF-jf Ton eaa mnln p umu nftl.'A Found MriMIlT utkfwtorv mi Um irMtoM gn ralat jm ntr SIS. SO and npriiehnwa,lMithSl.efent with order. CUM IS VERY LATEST STYLE DOUBLE BARREL BREECH LOADER, I. UUtL tnej an made by one of lh kt sa uln. tmm KuTtl lAlAMVt um mm! I. UUtL tbej are made by one of the k ulm, tmt until. lAlAMVt UM Utll kamta, wttb heary matted rib, latest top lerer oreai, low drealar hammert below theUuaof tight, eiakenitiT ea.rii3 leeha, SOLIP BlLfU lalaM tec, reboandlns bar lockt, apedal extractor, One walnut stock, faU checkered fancy Piatol (Tip. fancy rnbber but plate, taoey checkered patent tor end, rtnagmt doable lump action, U or 11 K&X?& EVERY GUN CUARANTEED. Bl7foTTt VXtoWSTt'ti, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.), CHICAGO The Rock Island Wal Map of the United Statu Is tbe best offered to the public. It la very large and specially adapted tn school purposes. Every teacher of geography and every business office should have one. It will be sent post paid to any address oo receipt of fifteen ce-tsin postage stamps or coin, Address John Sebastian, G.P. A.. Chicago, 111. STATE OF OHIO. CITY OF TOLEDO I LITA ror'NTV. ' f FRAN K J. CHENEY makes oath that be is the sen or nartner f ti,. .. . ; 1,,F' EY 4 r() d"lif business in the city of . i 1 -'"""'y n1 "ate aforesaid, and that IXJLLAK? tor mrii nH ......... mat ear not w '.V ' " 7. . " . " a. CATAUKU CUKE. ' " " """" . . FR ANK J. CHENEY, (worn tooefore me aud sulrrihori in presence, this 6ih dv of December. A. n LEAL1 A. W. GI.EASON. ., , . . . N"trv i'lihlii. Hall 8 Catarrh Cnro ktsUn i...n.-..u i acts directly on the blood an mucous gUr t ices of the system. Send for testimonials ij t. l-J; CMENNEY &Co.. Toledo.. 0. Sold by drut'tflsts.K!. Hall's Family PilU are the best. A Big Bargain. For Sale. 1 6o acres of improved land l this county, chean and on en terals. Address the Voick. Tivilino-. ton, Kaisas. A Night of Terror. "Awful anxiety was felt for the widawof the brave General Hurnham of Machias, Me., when the doctors said she could rot live till morning" writes Mrs. S. II. Lincoln, who at tended her that fearful night. "AH thought she -must soon die from pneumonia, but she begged for Dr. King's New Discovery, saying it had more than once saved her life, and had cure! her of consumpti- n. Af ter three small raises she slept easily all night, atd its further uc com pletely cured her." This marvelous nvdicii'e is guaranteed to cure all throat, chest and lung diseases. O-ily 50c and 81.00. Trial bottles free at F. I!. Snydfr's drugstore t. .c..... a!,V , V ' l,Cktis f"rne fare f,,r Und t"P to Topeka, on February 17 to 21. on account of the annual meeting of the grand lo.lge, A.F. & A.M., grand chapter, R.A.M., and grand council R. & S. M. Return limit February 24 Editor Voice: Please allow me to mention through your valuable paper, a matter of Importance to afllcted humanity. Dr. A. J. Lawton, spe cialist, has just removed a cancer from my aim with just one applica tion, in one week's time, and the wound Is fast healing. I can never repay Dr. Lawton' fur the relief he has given me. 1 can recommend him toothers having blood and skindi seaes -Mrs. Mary A. Cart, Weliing tun Kans. Personally conducted excursions to all points east, via Great Rock Island Route. Leave Wellington every Sat urday. Pullman Tourist Car rates $2.00 to Chicago. f3.50 to Buffalo and $1.00 to Boston. Reserve your ac commodations early. Get full par ticulars of agent or write to E. W, Thompson, A.G.P. & T.A., Topeka Kansas. 9 Mr. Wm. alpolc. of Walshtown, S. D., sayi: "A little blotch about the size of a pea came under my left eye, gradually growing larger, from which shooting pairu at intervals ran in all directions. I became greatly alarmed and consulted a good doctor, who pronounced it Cancer, uuuauTujeu mat, u dc cui out, Dut this l could not con sent to. I read in mv local paper of a cure effected by i whj u. xi, iicie'a u is a cnann, toe crflihiallT frrew Iocs inil ihan Hiervn. 5I!ND0NE DOLLAR U Uk U. mi u4 m4 to mt, and w l fun to 70a br e 7oa br itT)' v. ., hi twn'T : it at and If , and tm to fnnn that retail at Sheriff's Sale. No. 8815. In the district court of Sumner county, in the suae oi Kansas. J. F- Dunn, Plaintiff, vs. John C. Bin key. Mary j. runner, ttiear K. Uoodno, v, S." Ked and Mrs. C. S: Hwri DefondHnts. I r Y VI KTUE of an order of si.te Issu d to me .i.i "h of,s:ii(1, district court In the above en titled action. 1 will, cn Mcntlay.the 19ih day of February, A.D.. 1P0O, between two and three o'clock, p.m. of said day, at the front d.Hr of the court house In the cit y of tllinrton. in the county of Sum ner, and Mate of Kansas, offer at public sale auJ sil to the hlKbegt and Ix-st bi.lder for cash In hand, all the following described real estate to-wit: Tho north half of southeast quarter and the southeast quarter of the southrast quarter of ect i,m twenty-four (24). and lots three (S) and seven C). In snid section twenty-fourth), ill in township thl-tv-one (lil). south, ranne wo (J), east of ti.h P. M.. lying and situate f!leloun,J' of Sumner and State of Kan- The above described real estate 11 t ken as t he property of said defendants and s ii.recied by tHid order of sale to be mid Hnd viiitie sold wit bom Hppraisetntnt to satisfy aid order of s.ilo. ' u'T"7 hni th,s 1"th dilT of jHnUiryt c. . , . C. (SnwvnR, heritr of Sumner County. Kansng. HritRICK & RoOEies. Attornevs for I'lnli.f tir First puhlicM ion January IS. 1900-ln Voiob. Summons. The Stateof Kansas t A.a-w im..o m.. AoUey i uilms. wife of Ackley I'ulih.s. who-etirst name u unknown to plaintiff, i ti- tuunown heirs and devisees of Ackley I iilllns.and the unknown heirs and devisees of Mm. Ackley I'ulllns. irreetlni:: yuf WILL TAKE NOTICE that you have 1 been sued In the IMstrl.-f c,h,m ,.t ner county, Kansas, by James 11. Kin. Jr. and that unless you answer the petition fl ed u, uiesniu iJiaumnsonorDeroretne ud 'iiy of Febriisi v. I'.mO. said petition will betaken as true aud Judp- .... n iv m reu .t.ainsi you as prayed for in sild petitioii.foreverqiii.-tinirthe plalntllf'j tiiH ainst you In mid to the followinir-dc-sei ihed real tstate In Sumner County, Kau- LotstwoCi. Ave (." . and seven (7) mid tho southeast quarter .f the uor.lmest ouarter of section six (i'.. In townidilp thirty (:i). south of ratine four (41. west of the Sixth prlnclj.:ilmeildlan. exeept railway rhtht of way; ami a further Judtir'iit as prayed for In said petition will bo rendered barrintf you fr.iri all interest. rit:lit. title or interest of whatever nature or kind, in and to said es tate. Witness my hand and the seal of said court tills sth day of January, m. JS,',all , . W. il. OVF.RHOLTZF.K. t lerk nf the District Court of Sumner Coun ty Kansas. llEintii'K & KiKii'.us. Attorneys for Plaintiff. Firf t published In the Voice Jan. 11, lyuo. Administratrix's Notice of Hearing Petition to Sell Real Estate, To all whom It may concern but more especi ally to Ellen Hates. Hurley Bates, Ralph Ilatoo. Pearl Hates and Lizzie Hates. Heirs at Law and Guardian's Ad-1 Item of Heirs at Liw of Thomas Ilutes, deceased, late of Sutnner county. Kuurus. VOU are hereby notified that I, Elbn Hates, administratrix of raid deceased, did, on the 2nd aay of January. A. 1). VJ0O. file a petition in the probatt court of Minmer county, Kantu:. prayln? that I mlfcht be authorized and empowered to sell the folbwlnif described land for the purpose of paying the debts aid cost of administra tion of suld estate, to-wlt: The south half of tho northeat quarter of section (ii) two, township (:)) thirty, south, range W two, west ;h P. M.. seventy acres, In Su nner county, and said petition will bo herJ at t: c effi.-e of the probato jufljro of said county on the 2?tli day of Jai.uary. A. D.,lid)n, at JO o'cliH-k a. rn .of saM d;iy. at which time and place each of you, nnd all others Inter ested are notified to le present and thow cause, if any you bae. why an order of sale as prayed for, should not be Kranid. Dated this lah day of January, A. D., l'JOO. Fli.es Hates, AHn, I,, U, First pulilii-i'tion in Voice. January U. lsOO. Administrator's Notice. STATE OF KANSAS, I St'MNEll COL'MV. ( In tlie Probate Court In and for said county: In the matter of th'j i state of Stephen. limes, deCfliH-d. Notice i hereby !vcn that letters of ad-iiiinii-'nition have been Granted to the under siTd on tiiecsiate of rt-phen Jones, late of ?aid coiifitv. decensc!, by Hie honorabie. tlie probate cun t of tho county Bi.d stale afore said, dated the Hi h d;iy of January. A.I)., lm. Now. all p-rsons liavinc claims analnst the siiid .tatc are hereby r.utiiied that they must resent th"iine to the uurlersiirneii f.ir al lowance within oni year fioin the datcnf srtid let'ers, orth-y may b'j preciudpj from any benefit of smti estate: and th:-t if such claim-le not exhibited wiililn three vears after the 'lute cf said letters they shn'll bo forever barred. A. I.imian, Administrator ef the e'ate of tJoephen Jones. dercaH'd. First puMiuh"d iu the Voice Jan. 11, 1'jOO. Notice of Final Settlement. In the probate court, Sumnercounty, state of Kansas. Estate of Ell Mary, deceased. Creditors and all other persons interested In the aforesaid estate, are herehy notified that at the next regular term of the above oam4 court, to be begun and held at Its court roots in the court house la the city of Weliliirv,a, Sumner county, Kansas, on ti.eflrit Monday in the month of February, A.D., IvOO, I shall, on Monday, the 1-tb day of February, 1000, at o'clock, p. m. apply to said court for a full and final settlement of my account at administrator of said estate. Wltoesi my band this Sth day nf January 1900. HKNJ. PEFKLY. Administrator of said estate. First publication Jan. 11, l!O0, la Vow, Injustice Court before L. D. Chadd'n. a Justice of the Peace, of the city of Welling ton, Sumner County, Kansas. A. Graff, Plaintiff. 1 vs. V Abram Brown, Defendant ) The almve named defendant Is hereby notified that he has been sued by the above named plaintiff before L. D. Cbaddon, Esq.. Justice of the Peace, to recover the euro of 31 and 1 101 dollars and cost and that person- , bi pruut-riT oi niu ueienuani oas eeen at ' taclied as aefendant's p-operty and that said caue will be heard before said Justice at his office in the City of Wellington, Sumner county. Kansas, at 10 o'clock a. na., on the th day of February, A. D., 1400. Witness my band this 10th daylof January A.D.,1J0. L. D. e'HADOO.V, Justice of the Peace. First published In the VofCK Jan, 11'1'jOO. TRUSSES, 65c, $K25 AND UP eharjrfd by othen, and WE ...fiMTrff tir una ararreria lknnwlak HlUlfnil tna MMr al.fi Tm ImnMi KtaaUt IrM, Uluetrated abore, cnttble ad. oat and trndtooiWltftOlB arlMJll. raiCIaiwia, lata yoar SHrtS "ttatt, Afe, bow lone yon bare bee rtiptared, whether raptor UlarKVoramall', alaoiutw Bum bar inene aroand tb body on a line with tb rptar,aay whether raptor la on rurbt or left aid, and we will tend either traei to yoa with the ander fUndliur. a lawt ptrlwt at aad aeal le Iiiwm thai retail at three tiara ear prtce,yott ou return It and wt Wa an arliiMt U5cMMel Tuiadaj 1 f K9 v y cn WRtTE FOB FREE TRUSS COTAtOCUE ZTlu'iS f iraMa, lncladloa the l.w U Treat r) 1C thataaraa ataMal aar aw, aa4 aakkwaaail kr Wi I ."m. SEARS, ROEBUCK C. CHICA80 win rwiurn your monwy.