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VOLUME XI.
WELLINGTON, KANSAS : THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 1900.
NUiMBER 44.
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Just. Jieceived
Our Second Invoice of
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1$ BSS
All Shades, Styles and Weights
Now in resard to prices: It is a well known
fact that where Quality, Style and Fit
are taken into consideration we
are always just a little
L0M6R
THAN THE
LOWEST
AlcI another tiling, we do not ask you to pur
chase the firt overcoat we show you,
but on the, other hand insist
on you
LOOKING
THROUGH
ENTIRE STOCK
that you may be better able to decide the style
or quality you wish. In othej words
we are anxious that you are
pleased before pur
chasing. SEE US ON OVERCOATS.
Do not overlook the fact that we are
leaders on Men's, Boys' and Chil
dren's Suits.
We wish vou to call and investigate.
They are facts.
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Of the Southwest Kansas
Teachers' Association.
Wel iuirton wii have tu t;e mi liei
good KTiini.iiar rua a'ld .j,.t ird.i)
ufn xi. wteK. Tn tui.i.vvesu Kali
a T-!(M'ri' asocial uu (me i .i t-o
luU:e ol itif I tii.is U.d'i- nf t't.o..
Lr'ue) vvli.c i Wri have Di-eii lieid
ai U.i!dwr-ii, win tu- lieul iit-re i n t'iue
two (l n. I'll': :i.-uci iHnii inomde
m I'.iy eilacaii ixif unU; an a:, in
terest in;: ineei intr is lui.eii f ir. 'J n
pr.'trrarn is a one, and Uie as :
ciatu n at.li 'Unces rli-it ail pcrsuis
!iu;e liatiivs ;.pptMr mi it hiVt; i;en
!lMrw;i ten Cnns.'iit tu he Here aufi
t,rtke tue pins assisrne I to ttiem.
Tne inceLin's will he held in t lie
I'lurd va:d sci.uni auiiitiuiuu), wheie
Hip .secret a rv' oll'C! will U. open at
all hours. Tn' ramoad' h ive gianted
a one ar.d (in-Mhiid rate, and the
We;iuikrt."ti time s rave cut piiC'S f;'r
the deiew if es and :.tt 'i!da:;ti-.
The tilUc 't of t h ; associat ion are:
J. E. Mather nf n. dorado, president:
S. (J I-ilossof Wrtt''!d. vice pres-idtnt;
Mattie Jones oi AVieiiita, secretary;
A. B. Heacock f Antiwriy, treasurer.
The executive commit ten is composed
of the followini;: Fra E. Sam (chair
man), Paola: P II. Vernor, W'Cliita;
Minnie V. 'Wlnt. Sedac; W. M.
Fisher, A rkaiai City, aLd Earl M.
Carney, Emporia.
The program is as follows. Papers
will be limited to 15 cinutes; dit
cu'sion, 5 in'mt:
FRIDAY.
RecettioD and eorollmcDt of mem
berg. Prayer-Dr. J. C. Flail.
Address of welcome lion. C. E.
Eliot'.
Response Sup.. W. M. Fisher.
President's address J. E. Mathers,
E dorado.
Reaamu Miss Florence "Wilson,
Wellington.
a Defects of Stats Text Buok6-(l)
Grammar, Rhetoric and Literature,
Geo. E. H. Goodner, Valiey tletit-r;
(2) Aiitumetic, Aluebra and Geom
etry, C. 0. Smith, Belle Plaine; (3)
History, Civics and Geography. G, C.
Wakefield, AVellinuti n; (4) LaMn ar d
(icrman, . F. Buck, Wichita; (5)
Texts on Science, W. II. Carney, Ai-
kansas City. General di.cuion.
Appointment of committees, by the
president.
FRIDAY EYEXINO.
Lecture and ncitalof "James Whit-
comb Riley" bv P. M. Pears in, Evans-
ton, II.'., in evening.
SATURDAY.
De'ectsinthe TeaehinL' of Read
ing F. M. Shell, Medicine Lodne
Discussion Miss Ilflen Mofflt, Ar
kansas City, and Eugene Suidler,
WhiteWater.
Music in the fomtuon Schools A
VV. Lynn, Artonia, and Miss Cornelia
Shpppard, Sedac.
To What Extent Should Hih
School Pupils be Permitted ti Select
Their Studies . Bloss, wmtlPttl
Discussion Miss Nellie Palmer, We''
linjton. andC. W. Pratt. Auirust.i,.
Arithmetic In the Puhllc Schools
J. A. Ferrell. Sedan. Discussion P.
N. Heck, Anthony, undo. A. Kent,
K'nwa.
The Carette Fiend-T. C. Conk
Iin, Mulvane. Discussion G. W. Por
ter, Caldwell, and J. VV. Spindler,
Wlnfield.
M? Trip to Europe Frank Dunkin,
Wichita.
Needed School Leelslat on Ira E.
Parker, Viola. Diccus8lon Edmund
Stanley, Wichita, and W.M. Sinclair,
E'dnrado.
Reports of com mittees.
Sam Smith's Hold-api.
The shooting of Sam Soit!) in the
state prison at Lansing by Deputy
VVaiden Tbouipsuu last Friday tauSi
the officers o( suuthein Kansas to
bieilh a ih!h of relief. Stuitl was a
well known desperado, a traiu robber,
and a post iffiCi roi.ber. He was coc
siuered one of the niost, desperate
ujen ia thisstcidi of theountry. Jt
was for a muraer mi train robbery
committed at Andover that Smith
was Sfrvio a lite term wuea he was
tin illy killed while makiiii a desper
ate attempt to escape.
The circumstances which led to his
last arrest and Cunt)n-,ment in the
penitentiary are as follows:
On the omul of July 16, 1893, the
east bound Fiico train was held up
at Andover and the passengers robbed
o! their money t) the amount of sev
eral hundred d niars, by two masked
men, who later proved to be Sam
Smith and Tom Wind, n half breed
Indian. Tne men Brt .nbted the
station agent, S. B. McClaren, and
then at the pomt of their Winchesters
compelled him to flag the train. At
the time of tne hold up the station,
save for the agent, waft deserted as
most of the people were attendiog an
ice cream social la the village. The
men purchased & ticket for Augusta
as a ruse to get into the station safe.
Here they secured $lo in currency nj
a number of indorsed check. As the
train approached they compelled Mc
Claren to signal it, and, be being
covered with gun", at occe obeyed.
They forced the agent up to the en
gine and held Mai .there until tber
had the engineer gnd fireman covered
with their guns. The fireman was
compelled to go with on? of the
robbers to the express car, while the
engineer was being guarded by the
other. Meanwhile the agen; mac-'
L''d to t-c.ip and t'e th- a ;inn.
I. jt ti.e ioh:.ei-s i . i by tt;N t me
-Tiiivd their booty end werr uiak;ng
iwav on their l.orsc wi.ich na : hu'ti
Mtcedto a ji't ne ir bv. Som o'
:li; o issfiitfprs. m nini.g i hi'i'i V ru i't:
fo d. attempted ti puiue. but the
nitib is tired in'o ihccr.iv. '. One o'
II. e ijulli-t- liit li-ilotd. who (lit-d o: n
iittr ;.s tne resmt "f the woutd.
Aftr the train hoid-np some of the
lu st (;enet:ves . f tl.e Fris.-o and the
xtire-s c jii:pany were (let li led upon
t!ie case. A!ti-r v eks of s.-.,ic:i, our-
t!g 4 Men I mi ' thev foi;oA-, i! ciew
ujion e'ew and had traveled through
tnestite and territi rv. the c rti "t
llnaiiv cap'ured Smith ar d Uind at
I .Miwai;. uine soutli OT mii.'j vuie,
in the Indian territoiv. Previous to
t lie trujn hold-op. Snd'.ti, it w s ftei
war I learned, was i .e man alio a
rri'int'i or g pi't vious hid ri.lii) d post
officer iir Danvi !e, Crystal Sn:in.',
and IIarpar. and had h's i tetror'zed
farmers in Cowley nnd Siitntier conn
tif"5. He would ride un to a farn
I'' uy at night, when li? tlfw fie
rii':n folks ere not. ah'.nt, Hnd c m
n:enr to shoot, terrorize t he wornfn
and chi'dr-'n and taking whatever he
eoujd lay his hands on.
Wlien arrested Smith w;is nia-quet-dirg
as a pru'icher and wa found In
a private residence. He soon showed
his true colors whn the officers, at
tempted to take 'him He ized-a
shot, mm and managed to escape
from Hip honsp, hut was tlnal'v rap
turrd and overpoweierf by Marshal
Sid Biakeman and Wells Fargo Sn cial
Aeent Ha'din r Wind was found r
proaPinntf the house whprem Srr.it h
had hern ln h!di"g and was arrested
without, much effort. . .
The truln mbSery hivng ben
committed in butW county t men
were lodged to the Eldorado jail.
AVON STILL LEADS.
Others holding hack for t'.ie fi-iisli. KvertV.inir points to a close
and exi iiinj; clost-. Vote will he m.-rkcl t:-.ro:Tli the closing il.iy on
a hoard Mt up in the store tor tins ptirjK's.-.
The vote corrected to Tuesday, Novemhrr 2u'.h.
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Because of t'le unsafe condition "of
the jail In tint, citv the;' wieoi-d. r.d
removed to the Wirhit 1 Jill . f?
they had been bound over for trial to
the district court of Butler county.
D. M. Ilaight, bookkeeper at Mi'j
W.-l ingti n Nitional batik, was made
K of P. iat night. An oyster sup
per was served at Licbtenberger's
cafe, toceleoiate the occasion.
A SUCCESS
OUR SALE ON
1 WOOLEN DRGSS
i GOODS, CLOAKS "
1 and BLANK6TS
2 WAS A DECIDED SUCCESS
5 and WILL COiNTINUfi ONE WEEK LONGER
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Capes and Jackets at Wonder Prices S:
Blankets at Sacrifice Prices 5:
3 50 Fur Collarettes i
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5 ; Just received and will be placed on sale g
!S at enormous reductions. &
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MILLINERY
(nr onipp ft( fir nf Strppf T f t rflr.rriiinr in nnoa fvrm 1 OK n to t.f Ua
been placed on sale at 69 cents each. 5
1 Thanksgiving Special Offer f
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Up to Wednesday evening, Nov. 28, we jL;
2 will sell all our Table Linens, Napkins g
S and Towels at Special Thanksgiving,
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Cur Goods Always the Best
Prices Always the Lowest '
We Sell for CASH ONLY &
, JACOB ENGLEl
WELLINGTON, KANSAS. &

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