We have just received a shipment of 30
splendid portraits to fill orders taken by our
representative, Mr. L. S. Boyer. They
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stantial and elegant gilt or oak frame and a f
perfect likeness in crayon hnished vvitn on.
Can be cleaned when soiled and will last for
years. Samples can be seen at the Voice
office. By a special arrangement with the
Great Western Art Co. we are able to
make this remarkable offer.
To Old or New
the Voice one year
Portrait and Frame
Remember we guaranthe this work to be
CluraDie ana ursi-uass in every pun, it war.
A solid gilt or oak frame 20x24 inches.
This is an elegant and appropriate ornament
fnr flip wnllc nf anv rnnm Clomp in and ;pp
ordered ?nd see for yourself. Any photo
graph or tin type may be used. Do not
say this is some cheap and inferior thing be
cause the price is so low. It is well worth
The SUPERIOR Sl
The Best Drill on Earth. A Perfect Feed
Guaranteed to Lead on Any Ground
Will Sow without Plowing
HomelMade Baggies,Factory Buggies
A Large Shipment Just Received
Come and see my stock befoie you buy and It will pay you
J. I. CASE
sold by E.
Cor. Harvey and Jefferson Aves., Wellington
li in N
Ask Prices at the ROOK ISLAND
Tomatoes, the best, per
White Russian Soap, per
Syrup in Gallon Buckets,
Best Meals in Wellington for 15c
We can fit you out in Colored Shirts, Light
Underwear, Summer Clothing, etc.
Next to Engle's, Wellington, Kansas
of some of those who have
Thousands Suffer' Froa It and Do
Not Know It.
Hon. A. T. Wimberly, Collector of the
Port of New Orleans, La., and member
of the National Republican Committee,
In writing of Pe-ru-na, says :
11 k. Tim
Hon. A. T. Wimberly,
"Pt-ru-na Drag M'Pg Co, Columbus, 0.:
"Gentlemen I have used re-ru-na and
can gladly recommend it S3 being all
you represent. I wish tbat every man
who is in need of a good tonic could
know of it. I would adviso all such to
take it now, and am sure it would never
be regretted." A. T. Wimberly.
Pe-ru-na is an internal remedy a
scientific remedy for catarrh. It cures
catarrh wherever located. Ita cures
last. Pe-ru-na Bives strength by stop
ping waste. By saving the mucus it en
riches the Mood. By cleansing the
mucous membranes it preserves the
The City Council Let a Big Batch of Con.
tracts Last Night
Tbe city council Thursday let the
contract for buillinj; all of tbe adver
tised brick sidewalks except those in
process of building or where the ma
terial for building them is on the
k'ruuDd, and the walk in front of Gus
ZeDz's house on East Fourth street,
to Hduiey & Co. of Topeka, the low
est bidders. The bids on all the
cement walks except the lots where
ihe old Phillips house used to stand,
were in excess of the city engineer's
estimate, and were rejected. Tin
contract for this walk was let to
Charlie Cooper of Wellington. The
walk in front of Gus Zinz's house
seems to have been included in the
advertisement through a mistake or
Ilanley & Co. will be requested to
furnish a sample of the brick which
they intend to use in building the
walks, before the contract with them
is closed. Their bid was about SKalOc
per square foot, according to the Mils
required. Other bidders were Wil
son & Stuckey of Coffeyville, Geo. E.
Hopperof Arkansas City, and W. P.
Beaton and Charlie Cooper of Wei
linetoo. The council wrangled awhile over
complaints about Ed Hayes emptying
water in the street south of his store,
and adjourned without demg aoy
thlng. Storv of a Slave.
To be bound hand and foot for years
by the chains of disease is the worst
form of slavery. George D. Williams
of Manchester, Michigan, says: "My
wife has been so helpless for five years
that she could not turn over in bed
alone. After using two bottles of
Electric Bitters she is wonderfully im
proved and is able to do her own
work." This supreme remedy for
female diseases quickly cures nervous
ness, sleeplessness, melancholy, head
ache, backache, and dizzy spells. It
is a godsend to weak, sickly, run-down
people Cure guaranteed. Only 50c.
Sold by F. B. Snyder, druggist
Died of Diphtheria.
Claude, the 5 year old son of 0. W.
Aubrey, living at the corner of Third
itid Douglass streets, died Thursday
at 5:20 o'clock of diphtheria, after
in illness of one week. The remains
rre buried in t.h afternoon between
3 and 4 o'clock, in rrairie Lin ceme
tery. Mr. Aubrey is a brother of Wm.
Aubrey, the liveryman.
Two other children in tbe G. W.
Aubrey family are sick with diph
theria, but they are not in a danger
ous condition. "
JL" JL'ZX; JL JU JU
Constipation, Bloating after eating, Heart
bum, Nervous Weakness, Impurities In the
Blood and every disorder In the Kidneys
or Liver is set right by
THE SYSTEM RECUUTOR
It brightens the eye, steadies the nerves,
sweetens the breath, brings color to the
cheek, creates appetite, makes Ae "body
Strang and the brain active.
SOLD AT DRUG 8TORE8,
Fi HAYES, Special Agent.
A constant drain of mucus from the
system Is known as systemic caiarrh.
This may occur from r.ny organ cf lis
body. Systemic catarrh is more com
mon in spring and summer than in the
Dr. Rachel A. Magaw, 67 "West Jeffer
son Street, Springfield, Ohio: "Your
Pe-rn-na i3 worth its weight in gold.
I feel like a new woman. I can't praise
it enough. I spent a great deal of
money on doctors, but nothing ever did
mo any good until I sent to you and
tried your Pe-ru-na. I now feel well of
Ralph W. Chulip, of La Porte, Ind.f
says the following a? regards Pe-ru-na
for catarrh: "I had been troubled with
catarrh for the
past eight years.
I became so bad
a year and a hall
ago that I took
my head was
ally my stom
ach became affected, and eight months
ago I had to quit work. I lost in
weight from 1G5 pounds to 140. I was
completely discouraged. I procured a
bottle of Pe-ru-ca and had not taken
half the bottle, when, to my Joy and
surprise, I began feeling better. My
head began to get better; the discharge
began to dry up. I kept on, and have
now taken two bottles. I have resumed
my work, have a good appetite, and have
not felt better in ten years. I am now
30, and I thank Pe-ru-na for the way I
For free book address Dr. Hartman,
Tbe Bravery of Woman
Was grandly shown by Mrs, John
Dowling of Butler, Fa., in a three
years' struggle with a malignant
stomach trouble that caused distress
ing attacks of nausea and indigestion.
All remedies failed to relieve her un
til she tried Electric Bitters. After
taking it two months she wrote: "I
am now wholly cured and can eat any
thing. It is truly a grand tonic for
the whole system as I gained in
weight and feel much stronger since
using it" It aids digestion, cures
dyspepsia, improves appetite, gives
new life Only 50c. Guaranteed, at
F. B. Snyder's drug store.
Lights for the Jubilee.
People are worrying about lights for
Jubilee week. Fifty "air lights"
have been engaged for the residence
portion of the chy. Tbe air light.
are better than electric lights. At.
ordinary store air light has ulne the
brilliancy of an electric arc light.
The air lights engaged are the regu
lar street lights, aud are several times
as brilliant as the air lights used iu
the stores. The residence portions of
the city will be lighted with gas
lamps during Jubilee week.
Electric lights for certain m:dway
attractions will be su plied by a 20
horse power engine and dynamo
which'will be installed in the alley lo
the rear of the Smith Implement Co's.
The town will be better lighted
during Jubilee week than you ever
Cheap Rates Via "Frisco" Line.
Call at City Ticket Office, corner Main
and Douglas, Wichita, Kan., for full
information or any 'Frisco Line aent
to: Oberlin, Ohio, June 22-27; Nash
ville, Thnn., July 23-2'j; Atlantic City,
New Jersey, July 10-12; Williams Hay,
Wisconsin, June 15-Seotemler-.ri; Mil
waukee, Wisconsin, July 23-27; Detroit,
Michigau, August 27-September-l;
Chicago, Illinois, August 27-Septem-ber
1; Denver Colorado, July 2.1-24:
Colorado and Utah points, .Inly 9-17-August
1. Bkyas Sxvuf.r.
General Passenger Apent.St. Louis, Mo.
B. F. Diwx, District l'ass. A? nt,
U iohita. Ka;.sus.
A. Murphy, Ihe last of the Un
lu ley Thirteen to return from Norn ,
arrived In Wpllinirton Thursday. He
was delayed by the vo age fiom Xn e
to Seattle on r. s iili. g b.uk, wliic.
was 38days nt sen, ne;.rlv two wppK
of which t me they were lost. Mr.
Murphy tells the same story about
Nome. He says that the S'Rttie
transr ortaticn companies gave N"m
i's reputation; that there is no gold
there ard never was to amount to
STRUCK WITH A HATCHET.
Wall Amick of Wellington, Seriously Injured
at Woodward by J. F. Mart
Fireman Walt Amick wa struck nn
thr htMri with a lutclit-t at Wood-
war I WednesduN by J. F. Hirt, the
Mota F pumpman at that place
Ami' ! :uid Hart had had trouble kev-
em! raoitlw ;go, ard the quirrel was
renewe d Wedi esdav when toe Pmhan-
dl.? pjs,iner puil.'d iuto Woodward.
We have not heard the full partlcu
lars, but It U reported that Hart
picked up a hatchetand struck Amick
rnr the eye with the bladppartof
i.ur Instrument, Inflicting a very ser
ion wound and severing the leader
ff the eye. Amick partly warded off
the blow with his hand, or it would
have killed him instantly. He was
brought to Wellington Thursday eve
The trouble crew out of adiputp
over pasturaire for a horse. It, sterna
tint Amick had rut. a horse in Hart's
mshire. and th Harttien the ant-
I mil to work and drive. Hart formr
I 'v lived in Wellington, and wh In the
Sint i Fe water service undpr Ren
Sharpstein. He moved to Woodward
about two years ago
Immediately after the trouble nart
esv himself on to tbe sheriff and was
Headed on Jl.000 bond.
Walt Amick, who was smashed with
a hatchet by J. F. Hart at Woodward
Wednrsdy, nme home on 201 Thurs
day. The leaders of his eye were
not rut as reported, but he has a bad
looking face, which will not heal for
some time and will alwavs be marked
bv a car. Th fisht between Amick
and Hart w next, door to a kin
quarrel, which probably accounts for
i's vlciousnpes Joe Amick. brother
of the Injured man, nnd Hart are
brobers-in-i.iw. Hirt hiR the repn
tation of having on ne'y temrtpr. He
assaulted Anker .Taggers In Welling
ton eieht or nine years ago with a
npek yoke, and narrowly escaped kill
Agpnt J. V. Williams of the Rock
Island received nnticp last night that
the request, of the Jubilee committee
for a straight one farp. rat.p fn t hp
Jubilee had been granted, and the
Rock Island will Issue circulars ad
vertisinir the Jubilee at onee. The
rate Is effective fmm all rolnts be
tween nerington and Kingfisher.
Dates of sale, September 17 In 22, in
clusive; goal returning the 24th.
To tbe Deaf.
A nch lady, curerd of her deafness
and noises in the head by Dr. Nicolson's
Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,000 to
his institute so that deaf people un
able to procure the Ear Drums, may
have them free. AddressNo. 4379c, The
Nicholson Institute, 6S0 Eighth Avenue,
The late Governor Lewelling car
ried a life losurance policy lo the K.
& L. of S. lodge for $1,000 in favor of
his daughter, Pauline Lewelling. He
died Monday night, and Tuesday his
dues reachert the grand lodge head
quarters in Topeka. Tbe grand lodge
will investigate the time when the
dues were sent. Miss Pauline Lewel
ling was formerly a teacher in the
Sumner County High school.
Where the Rtal Credit Belongs.
Great credit has been given to the
Allied Generals in China for prompt
action in saving the Americans at re
kin, but the credit of 6aving thous
ands of American Citizens dragged
down to death's door by the long, try
ing months of hot weather belongs to
the prompt action of Dandelion Hit
ters. The quickest acting and most
satisfactory general system tonic ever
Indigestion, Liver and Kidney
troubles, low malarial fevers, dizzi
ness, fainting spells, melancholy, poor
appetite, sleeplessness, all indicate a
dangerous condition of tbe system,
which require an immediate toning up
to prevent some of the contagious dis
east s. Dandelion flitters nigests your
food, and is the best tonic known.
Ep. cially recommended for all female
troubles and for mothers worn out
with the c are of a nursing baby. It
makes sick people well, try it now and
be convinced. For sale by all drug
gists. Mayor and Mr. S. P. Kramer are
di.ticiprttir.ij its from many of
1 he'r Caldwoi. ii tends during Jubilee
eelt. They l ave sent Invitations to
nearly all of their friends there to
come up to the Jubilee and stop with
1 hem. If every Wellington faml y
would invite their friends in tbe
eoin.ty to ?top with them the prob
lem of handling the Jubilee crowds
wo. 11 be solved as near as possible.
Tii-' restaurants ai.d lodging house.
will be overtaxed in any eveut.
The Eastern Star lodge will have a
Mouse of Rest in front of the Bee
II. vc Moi;er in: tug the Jubilee, fur
i ue benefit of visiting members jf the
ire', r. Ice water, ice tea and other
,iglH and cooling drinks will be
s;ie1 free. 'Ihe pace will be sup
plied with plenty of cnairs, faoa, etc.,
ind villi afford a desirable retreat
10m i ue crowds and an excellent van
: we place tc witness the parades and
look at the people
belle Byerf, daughter of Mr. ai d
Mrs J. A. Bers, ha returned from
dp to tbe Santa Fe hospital at To-
eki, where she w.:-sseni to have an
X ray examination made of ber arm
id heuider which was broken six or
n weeks ago by falling off a horse
The X ray showed that the bone In
" e child's shoulder had not connected
when It began to beat, and tbe arm
will never resume Its natural condi
tion. Tbe girl has some use of the
member, but it will not be as strong
Belle Plaine News: Of our candi
date, the elpctcd aueen. too much
cannot be said. She is the daughter
nf our beloved physician, Dr. B. F.
bip py, now the leucutg pnysician 01
P nca City, O.T., and sister of our
resident physician, Dr. J. J. S'ppy,
11,0 jouokcsI piciciiciog physician in
the state and holding one of the
largest Tiractices. MissSiftv belongs
to a fumily unusually talented and
accomplished. A graduate of our
High school, also of the Southwestern
Kansas college at Winfleld. She has
always carried off the highest honon
of her classes. Xoble In character,
handsome in race, sue win near me
honon she has won with credit to
herself and to ber friends.
Acts Pleasantly and fivmptfy.
Cleanses the System
Gently and Effectually
when bilious or costive.
hsentr in the most acceptablebtm
the laxative principles of plants
known to act most beneficially.
TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS
BUY THE GENUINE - MANFD. BY
CALIFORNIA FIG STRUPCO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK. N.Y
for sst ty druf gists - frit SO xr kottl.
When You Buy Your
ASK THE SANTA FE OR KOCK IS
LAND AGENTS TO ROUTE
you via the
Or any other place. 1 HE FRISCO
LINE reaches ALL IMPORTANT
Through reclining chair cars and
Pullman pallace sleepers between
Wichita, Wintield Cherryvale and
St. Louia. Pesure you purchase your
tickets this way.
turther information will be cheer
fully given by the nearest Frisco
B. F. Duxn, Bryan Snyder,
Dist. Pass. Ag't. Gen. Pa.Agt.
Wichita. K. Lori Mo,
Breeder cf and Dealer Id pure bred
A few choice youn bulls
for sale also some good
ClrtMt ul betuUhe. Ifct halt. I
Ifrttr Paili to Bftor Ory
Hair to IU Youthful Color. I
PretenU Dandruff and hair laUutf l
.Bill 1 Dtt IMlfTlrt I
Id tbe district court of Sumner county, la tht
ttate or Kansas.
U B. Brown,
Ttvlor RobertAon. Fa-
maotna tt. nooerv
nn. H. Rlctmrds.
Uatibew T Scott
and Julia Klcbards,
BY VIRTUE of an order of sale baaed to me
out of said district court In tbe above
entitled action, I will, on
Monday, tbe 24th day of September, A-D., 1900,
between one and four o'clock, o. m. of said
day, at the front duor of the court bouse In
tbe city of Wellington. In tbe county of Sum
ner and state 01 Kansas, oner at puouc lain
and sell 10 tbe highest and best bidder for
cash In band, all the following described
real estate, to-wlt: Tte southwest Quarter
(!j,aod tbe north half (H). of tbe outheatt
quarter i1), and tbe south bnlfCj). of tbe
nortneaar. quarter (t). 01 section twenty-
eight (if), and tbe southwest quarter (4), of
tbe northwest quarter d), or section twenty
seven C-T), all In towasblp thirty-three (33)
south, of ranpe three (3), west of the 61b p.m.
lying and "It u ale In tbe county of Sumner
ami btate of Kansas.
The above described real estate Is taken
as the propeity of said defendants and Is di
rected by said order of sale to be sold, and
ill be sold without appraisement to satisfy
said order of sale.
Witness my band this 21st dav of Aucusti
A. D.1900 C C. tiHAwviR,
Sheriff Of Sumner count v. Kansas.
Herrlck k Rogers, Attorneys for Plaintiff.
First publication August ErJ, 1900, in Volf.
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