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ta ca r.a r.a ka en ca rn Ka ri ta ca Ea ta ra ca ca ca ca m i mil WILL BE GIVEN purchased of ns before January 1, 1901. The high quality and low price of our "clothing is inducement enough for any one to buy, and the watches are given simply as a component to our pairons. We stocked up for a heavy trade on ta ca ca ca ca rsa ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca SO- ca and while our trade has been its an still nave a complete a sortment of many .styles which we must not carry over next that In Prices How ca ca ca ca . ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca will move all our goods by January i. So if you are looking for extra values in clothing, see us. Children's Suits and Overcoats $1 and up Boy's and Youth's Suits andOvercoats ; -$3 and up Men's Suits $5 and up Men's Overcoats and Ulsters $5 and up CLEM SPRUHNCE 5- :L3VJ$&.l&-r: The Kind Tou Have Always Bought, and which has been in use lor over years, ft All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. v What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the 1 Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. TMC CENTAUR COMPANY, TT MURRftV STRCCT. NCW YOUR CITY G. E. Sommerville, THE LEADING GROCER. Staple end Fancy pcerii Queensware, China, . and Glassware. igl&t Market Price paid for AWAY WITH m satisfactory so far, we season, We have figured I has borne the siynatnre of m and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive von in this. Signature of Z3 Produce. -Wellington, Kana A Suit for Divorce. OUilia Troeijer of Uouw Springs lias s. Jed her uusbdiid, llinrvA.Tf ti ger, fur divorce. They ' were married jt Scueiidc, Pa., in Feorfljry, 1854, jud.bave lived together fuMttyeais me uuenuani iscnargea tib neg lect or (July nd extreme cruelty. Atcordiriir to tli petiuiu, the pl.iin tiff nas bt-eo compe.ied 10 word ht iurd ifcbirin the Held, haul tuiik a ilit.itice of several milts to a treaiu- "ry whec the temperature 3s b:low zero, auddo mmy other things that snould have bein dene by a man. lue peiiiioDaesciiDjs the defendant heing of very i g!y disposition, and wi'h threatening bidilv harm to h-r self and sons. The def. nlant owns three Quarter .sections of land near Couway Springs vaiuea at 7,uuu and mortgaged fur I4,t00. He ous personal property vaiuea ai aooui w.uou. The plaint iff hav.U $25 per month as temporary iilimcny until the suit is sttr.led ani Mich share of the estate ast.iecouit may detra just, for permanent ali mony. Ac order was issued restrain ing the defendant from disposing of us property. Mnde Youug Again. ''Ore of Dr. Kinsr's New T.ifp Pill. each night for two weeks has put me in my -teens again, writes U. li. Turner of Dempseytown, I'a. They're the cest in x lie world lor Liver, fctoraach Howels. I'ure vegetable. Never en-inn Only 25c at F. li. Snyder's drug store. Repair tbe Elevator. W. W. Lockwoodof WinrJeld, with five exoert workmen as as-hum. cowtuemd the work of repairing the ivramer Mining uo's. elevitir Tues day, which burst and snllled a treat quantity of wheat a few weeks ago. ineworKyr repaiiing tue elevator will consume four or live wpeks. A lamer force of workmen will he fm- plnyed when needed, and the work win oe rustiea to completion. Tbe discovery wan madt Tuesday that the threads on a number of the brace rods which held the elevator were mt torn, 'and the nuts weri nii3inir. This leads to the belief that the failure of tie conti actors who built the elevator to put the nuts on the rods is responsible for the ele vator bnrstinir. Well informed men said at the time the elevator burst that the accident was due to ome oerlous defect in the construction of ''ie elevator, rather than to overload-n-. Stops the Cough and Works Off the Cold, f Laxative Brorho Quin ne Tablets cure a cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay. Price 25 cents. v Notice to School Boards. The Southwest Kansas Teachers' asso ciation will meet in Wellington on Fri day and Saturday, Nov. 30 and Dec. I, 1900. The best teaching thought of ten coun ties will be represented in this meeting and I hope that all the teachers in this county will attend the sessions and go hack to their schools refreshed and strengthened by the interchange of thought. I I hereby request that all boards excuse their teachers and grant them pay for Thanksgiving and the day following on condition that they attend this meeting. It is asking too mnch to requite teachers to lose their time and pay their expenses. The pay for the two days will barely pav the expense of the teacher in attending". Boards have the legal right to do this and I feel sure that it wiJJ redound to the advancement of every school in the county. Yours truly, 1 Yv. M. Massey, Co. Supt. BraiAXAN. Mich., ilav 22. Genesee Pure Food Ca, Le Koy, N. Y. Gentlemen: My mamma lias been a great coffee drinker and has found it very injurious, flavin? used sev eral packages of your Grain-o, the unnK mat takes the place of coffee, bhe finds it much better for us (hllH- ren to drink. She has given up coffee drinking entirely. We use a package every week. I am ten years old. 1 ours respectiullj, Faxxie Williams'. To Rob a State Bank. An Unsuccessful Ht.tpmnt. w?a mHa to rob the State bank at Morganvilie o'dcCK Tuursdiiv rnfirninir a., "ntraco was named in some mai n r t -n uirh the frot.t door, m I the vatilt door was blown open, prubiblv with I'itrofiycerine. After the n'ploinn thS; rbbber went to a narby bbek umith shop to get tools to contii.u.- tour wotK. The reDort of the exnlnsinn hm. ever, wussoloud that c(tizens wete aroused and the robbers ppp fright ened away without gating anybooty. ao examination or tne vault showed that the door bad been thoroughly :takea beture.tue emosion tnt plnce. Sheriff ped was notified unfl r. rived here from Clav Center within twenty-five minutes after the di-cov ery 01 me roooery. TOe, search wis -t once organized and tUree men wnose names are unknown are held at i'a.'mer on Mispiclcn. (lantatrt W. M. FlptehPr to nroci. dpnt of thp bank and his son, Frank iew nsr, is casnier. Subscribe for the VOICE. 25 cents for four months. Stamps tf.Ken. We pray thee, heed him nnt nVn askest thee to take something, said to oethe same as the Kocky Mountain Tea made by the Madison Medicine v.o. a cenis. - One or more of tLe expert physicians ard surgeons of the medical staff of the Chiclitro Curative Institute, who can tell what your ois- ease or afBictlon is without asking any jurii"ns mil iiaiu Wellington, One Day Only, ' Friday Nov. 30th. Inquire at tje Arlington if once. Alt Chronic &nt Special diseases success fully treated. Cure guaranteed. Con suUetion f'ee. Get Clark's one mlnnte TfpnAafha I Cure at dm? 6tores sample free. About Bluttrass. ' ' Tue State Aitricultural cjllege has recettiy sent qui bulletins on culti vated butgiasses, from wuicu Mr take the follow n. iLteresting facia. If you ever intend cowiog bluegrhss, Keep this article for importaut refer ence , "Keutucky Llueurass. Tliin U th common b!uegrarsof Kausas. It is wioeiy used as a.lawn erass and in tlieeastem counties not nfaquentiy forms a pari of permanent pa.Mures. It is a perennial, spreading by under ground rtternsaud forming a compact sod. The floweriQir stems are h funt or two high, or even t.alUr in moist si'.uauons, and bear at the top a spreaninir pyramidal flower cluster. For Uvu it is rtcuuiujtudtd to sow three bushels of seed per acre, ano roll lo, rather than cover the seed. This urass u called June grass in the northern states, green grass In Peni. sylvaoia, and smooth-stacked meado grass in England. It is a native ol the northern regbns in both hemi spheres, but is not. a nativeof Kansas. Canadian bluegrass. Ttis resetii bes t he preyed in bat Is much less valuabl.. It differs in havinr a blue green color, strongly flattened or twt -edged stems, and a smaller, narrow fhwer clust-r. Under similar ci n ditions the growth Is not so tall. Like common biuegrass, it spreads by creeping stem and forms a strong sod. li Is what (foes und-.-r the name of "Iiluegrass" in the New Englanl and Middle states. Although of c t siderable value in the east, espeJailv on poor soil, itseeni9 not worthy of recommendation for Kansas. It Is offered for sale in some cotilogues under the name of English biuegrass, but is not to be confused with Ibe grass kn wn lo Kansas by that name. Tex is b'uegrass A perenninl. Spread ng by creepinj underground 'ems forming a strong growth one U three feet hwb. It is a native of Texas but is cultivated through fthe south quite extensively It Is highly rrcimraended for permanent pasture, "specially during the winter months. It may do well In soaae parUof south ern Knnsas, but has not been sufflr lent'yt strd The fl iwer cluster at the top of the tem'ls dense and nar row, not spreading like K?n'ucky bluegras. Me.Tdow Fescue. This grass Is not a biuegrass but is mentioned here bs Ciuse it iscommonlv known In Kan sas by the nime of English Mupgras. Vo-t Beed catalogues sell it under thp mroeof .neadnw fescue, and th!- is the name whfc'i properly applies. It is a native of Kurope and now exter sively grown i i the United States for meadow and lor pmi ur. If, U recom mended to sow It wlthorcha'dgrasf meadow fescue flrteen pnunds, o chard krs t.weniy pounds per acre. When oor lt.li n are favf.rablr, nd two or three pounds nf red clover. The field of orrhard grass and meadow fescue on the college farm has elveD very satishrtnrv results. Meadow fe'coe is also known nder the name of Randall gras ml Evergreen gras. Charles W. Morse, at one time a rss.'dent of Wellingt.!,n. was one f threedistrict judges "elected in. Silt Lake City last week, receiving the tiigliest vote of any candidate on the t rUn and being the nly Republican elected. Mr. Morse is a son of Mrs Morse of Wellington. STATE OK onto. CITY UP TOLEDO, t LUCA" COUNTY. f FRANK J.CHENKY-makes oath that helg thp senior partner of the Him of f. J. CHENEY & CO . dolnir business In the city of Tuledn. vNiunty ani Mate toteald. nd thnr s:iilflrni will py tbe sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLA 1! tor each hwI every cse of ot arrb thatcminot b nired by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and tsnbscrlled in my presence, this 61 h day of December. A. I) isss. U-ealI A.W.GLEASON. ' Hai! s Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on tn blood and mucous cur fairs of the syu m. end for testimonials free. F...CHSNNEY40c.,Tcledc3 S"ld by druift'lstsi.ic .nan's Kimly tili8 are the best Many people are suffering fearfully from indigestion or dyspepsia, when one single bottle of Ilerbine would bring about a prompt and permanent cure. A few doses will do more for a weak stomach than a prolonged course of any other medicine. Trice, 50 cents. A. M. Stanley. A notice has been pyjed at the Wellington rounnhouse '.o the effect I list fifteen engineers are wanted at A'buquerque. N.M. Some nf tlf bi'.vs on this division have sent in their app icatious for a pwsition. It w aid that an engineer an make $200 month on the Albuquerque divisioo. Tenderness nr anlrntr 5n iha email nt the back is a serii us symptom. T e Kiuneys are sunenng. lake 1'rlckly Ash Hitters at orce. It is a reliable kiduey remedy and system regulator and will cure the trouble before it. de velopes a dangerous stae. E. Hares. ruggist. Fireman Will Jordan is laying off, ana Is dancing around tow'n drpsseii in his Sunlay clothes. He was reioed upo niuii yesterday that his face pointed straight up. Someone un reined birn and a-ked hal was th matter. When be got, able to 'talk it wasJearoed tht Mrs. Jordan had rres-ted him with a fine ten-pound bov AVedoesdiiv nii?hf. Mother rut rhiirt are dointr nicely, and with prnp?r treatnif n'. it Isexptc.ed that 111 may rcr ve. j Prickly Ash Bitters can be depended , on to a-ure the kidneys, corrects the nnne, strengthens theBtomach and re lieves backache E. Haye, druggist. j A Vilhge Uuckimiih avd His Lit tle Son's Life. M-. II. n. P.lack. the well known I village blacksmith at Grahamsville, ullivaa cou:,ty. X Y., says: "Cur , little son, five years old. has always i been subject to crorp. and to bad have tne auacKs Dten that we have feared m;;ny times that he would die. We have had the doctor and used, many medicines, but Chamberlain's Cougti Remedy is cow our sole reliance. It seems to dissolve the tough, mucus and b7 gP? frequent doses when the croupy -symptoms appear we have found that the dreaded croup is cured before it geta settled." There is no danger in giving this remedy for it contains no opium or other injurious drue and mav be riven ucnnM.ntu ATTRACTIVE EXHIBIT. Thai of Food aad Their Aceeaiorlea, laeladlatT PaaAmerteaa Spleea. A very dainty pamphlet has been Is sued by the Division of Foods and Their Accessories of the Tan-American Ex position at Buffalo." The food work at the Pan-American comes ur.ler the general department of Horticulture, Forestry and Food Products, of which Mr. Frederic W. Taylor Is superintend ent Mr. G. Edward Fuller, as assistant superintendent has entire charge of the Division of Foods and Their. Ac cessories, and he has prepared himself for unusual work In this line by spe cial travel and study such as no one else probably ever undertook with the same object This pamphlet calls the attention of, Jobbers of teas, coffees and spices and all dealers In food prod ucts generally and their accessories to the Interesting, useful and educational work In their Hues of business which is going on for the Pan-American Ex position of 1901. The assistant superintendent Mr. Fuller, says: "In the far east there are foods and condiments of which we are almost utterly Ignorant here, and one of the alms of ilie food exhibit will be to educate the people of the western hemisphere to the cultivation of the products which flourish lu the east It will be my aim to show how simple and profitable It would be, for Instance, to grow In the West Indies what Is grown In the East Indies. The climate and soil conditions are remarkably similar, and the conditions are favor able. "The best proof obtainable or desira ble that tbe soli and the climate of the West Indies Is as favorable as that of the East Indies for tbe production of pices Is already available. Tbe prod ucts now received from tbe West In dies are not equaled by those from any other section of tbe world. At ths present time they grow better allspice, ginger and red pepper there than any where else on the globe, and the va nilla bean, which Is queen of spices, as the nutmeg Is king. Is found nowhere In tbe world In such perfection as In Mexico. Tbe coffee grown In Mexico has a Cavor obtainable In no other cof fee, not even the Mocha or Java sur passing it Emperor William of Ger many appreciates that fact and all of tbe coffee used In tbe royal household Is sent from our nearby republic. Ven ezuelan cacao, from which chocolate Is made. Is superior to the East Indian product "With the view of massing together In one effective, instructive and useful exhibit the economic plants, vines and trees of tropical Pan-America which produce teas, coffees, spices and kin dred things. It has been decided to appropriate considerable space at the B1AL OF PAN-iMKICAN EXPOSITION. Tan-Anierlcan Exposition for their dis play on a scale never before attempted. To show this Interesting collection to the best advantage an attractive con servatory has been provided,, while a museum, as an annex to this, will con tain finished products as well as rare and curious articles -to Illustrate a va riety of features under the head of 'Foods and Their Accessories.' "It Is a fact well known to experts In exhibition matters that a scattered display of special articles loses force, while a condeused exhibit of a line of things pertaining to a specific subject becomes educational Now. as the ob ject is to Increase the production and promote the consumption of the things called for. much troubie'and expense is Justified In making tbls collection unique and unparalleled. "It Is Intended to make tbe exhibit of red peppers the finest and most ex tensive collection ever made, with the object of demonstrating by special ex hibit connected; with the 'accessories of food' that Pan-America can pro duce all the red peppers consumed In Pan-America. It is perhaps only known to experts that vast quantities of red peppers are imported from Europe. Asia and Africa every year because Pan-Americans are not actively alive to their own Interest in this Important matter." One of Mas? Enthailaiti. Joe Mitchell Cbapple, editor of The National Magazine, published at Bos ton, was in Buffafo recently and be came much Interested In the Exposi tion. On his return to Boston he wrote to an official of the ExDosition ns fni. lows: "I was Indeed sorry not to have seen you wLen in Buffalo, but I did see tbe Exposition and was astonished be- yond measure. I wish that you would send on anything that fon think might l of Interest to our readers and make it as attractive as possible, and 1 shall keep on Lammcrlng away at tbe Expo sition editorially until it opens, because I am thoroughly enthused over the subject" Braill to Be Represented. The Brazilian government eariv In the season sent out Invitations to all agricultural and Industrial societies to prepare articles for exhibition at the Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo In 190L A large number of coffee Dro-. ducers have agreed to send a full Una tf samples of the best Brazilian grades or tnis commodity. - SNYDER'S n Til fr Qfnrn I- U place to buy 'your Pi V We keep tbe wry best grades and ask you to give us a call when ou are in need of auything in this line. F. B. Snyder Prestoti Wyckoff, Rome Kansas . Breeder cf and Dealer In pure bred SEORTHORN UATTLE A few choice youn bulls for sale also ome good draft horses. , To Loan. II yen have a Sumner County Farm for Sale, We can sell it for yon. Black & . Martin Wellington, Kansas. HfeRRICK & ROGERS. ATTORNEYS ' 0 Hoe: Opposite too ourt Floue, West WELLINGTON. KANSAS HACKNEY & PITTS LAWYERS Special AItntlon plv n to all matters ln volvlii.' the '.iileto I'.ml Eiie Ofl:evtr Wellington National Hank H. L. WOODS , ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR. Practices In All (onrts. Office dlrfolly In front of court houne. In old office of George IScbwlnn. WELLINGTON, KANSAS. T. H. jAMIESON, M. D. Over Security State Bank. Pracfce limited to Dieea-s of Eye, Ear and Throat. Hours t to 4p,m J. H. FRANKLIN , DENTIST OFFICE- Orp Thn PlPVPTCtn D. P. WETZELj.D D.S. DENTIST Price Bight In Marble Wellington. J. A. REA, M.D. OFFICE: Over Erjtle' store KESIDKNCE: Flm bouse In iwcond block soutb of M. E. cburcii, wctt side of street, Wellington. G. VV. WARD, . DENTIST. Over Wellington Natlrnal Bank! . Tbeiatnecorrfiilsttentlon will be jlven to all work, uhlcb In 'be prst b:i(i proven sosaii-facU'ry. Lowet pricts preval at Hi frees. all trd see mi. BjmESUtEWOUY BARBERSHOP Two doors south of A. firaff'i ha'rniss shop. Satisfaction guaranteed. Your patronage hoilcited. T. C. MclNTVEE, Proprietor. W. F, AUBREY Livery, Feed and S.ile Stable. ilh Street, between Maic & G. Try us Fans fin1 1 . and Cheap Money HOTEL WARD - ' Best i a Dav House .' in the city . Sooth Washington Ave - a v ,u uiub. tor sale DV all druggists.