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I am now opening1 up
my stock of
of which I have the
Come in and inspect 1
of ..
? I am now opening np the
' nicest line of holiday goods
in ..
Ebony and
Sterling Silver
that has ever been shown in
Wellington. We are glad to
Bhow goods and ask your in
spection before stok is pick
ed over. ..
Bicycles, Guns,
Ammunition and all
Sundries kept in a
first class sporting
goods house.
Repairing a Specialty
All work guaranteed
and prices to suit.
Third door east of Postoffice.
Administrator's Notice of
Hearing Petition to Sell
Real Estate.
To all whom It ir:tv concern but more espe
cially to Noinmo A Ooly. bel s Hi law and
kuardivn's aU-ruev of helss at of C. C.
Colby, uecemd, late of Sumner county,
Are lierebv no.hled that I. W. A. Fenn.
Riluiii!sfvto? of a-(i deceased did. on
i&e i:;tn day of December. A.D.. 1900,
file a pent Ion i.itiie lu'wte t'ojit of Sum
ner Cnri.ty Kiui-us pravioif 'hat I iiii;;ht
be autiioMfd pub Kivefd to sell tbe
follow'.uM-O'-suiljeil I a ml To tbe purpose of
paying uie debts ;Mid cosoi' adoi'aUira ioa
of said estate. i"-wit.-.
Couiim'iicinz a. the southwest ccoerof
ou.lot, fnu () in li. M. Woods" ;dditl a to
vhe.io' Wfl'nton. Kansas, thence east
th'ee ,ni ttlrod (U.J Teet; tuence north fn.tr
(40) fee,: tiieacit west tli--ee nundrt-d (UC))
rent; tliff e gou.ii fo-ty CO) fee' w place of
beg aniir. Iv'Ok a io "ioive Io ScmniT coua
i, Khmshs a:id sumi petition Wl be iiei-rd at
theollioe of the probe te jud;,c of s;t;d county,
the 2tli day or December. A.D..19CX
lit 10 o'clock a oi.. of said day. at which
time and i lace each of yon. and all others
Intertstpd are uoiided to e present and snow
caue. If any you -'ave, why au order of sale
as praved for.'siiouid oot be irranted.
Hated ih's day of December, A D.,
V. A. RrN. Administrator.
Flist rub'ished iut'ae Voice, Dec. :!0th, WOO.
Administrator's Notice.
Tn ibe p.obaie cou. t in ?d for a'd cooatv.
In the iLauer of tue estate oi 0. J. Coloy,
deceast't .
Notice 's heteb" ?:ven that lewe a of ad
ni'nistia'iori have ceo -'auiMi to .be uuder
sieued on ihe e&iioeo" C. C. Colo v. late of
siiid couiitv. deceased, bv ihe Imnorable
the pwu'fcouit of the ."ocMty md state
afort'said. dated tue 20th day o-" October. A.
D., WW): Now, s.i persoun ,avii g claims
af.eijst ilte stid esipte inn hereby notified
thai t'uej im'St ureseut tie sfmo io the on-
dersitrneil for aliowaoce within ooe year
ftora ihe ale of said lft.es. or tUev may be
precluded ,"rom aoy benefit o' sr.cii esihte;
and viiat if s'tcn claim.? be floi exhi'tited
wlibin three veaitt ater the date or gaiu let
ters they suail be iorever oarre i.
W. A. Rex.
Administrator of the estate of C. C.Colby,
First l'ubiished In the Voice, Dec. M. 1900.
Publication Notice.
In the district court for Sumner county,
In tun matter of the vacation of tbe lots.
blocks streets and alleys of Moore's Park
addition to the city of Caldwell, Kansas,
James i ouncll, Petitioner.
To whom It may concern, greeting:
You will take notice that I have 6'edmy
petitlou in tne d strict co ;rt aforsid to va
cate the lots, block-", stri"'' and alleys in
Moore's Pa. k addition to Caldwell. Kansas,
and that unksi a' swer is made to said peti
tion on or before
January. 2Ub, A. D.. 1931.
I will take juugmsnt as In said petition
prayed for, Jamf.s Cocncil,
Owner and Petitioner.
Dv Ed T. rUCKNET, his Atty.
First Publlshea in the Voice, Dec. 20th, 1900.
Notice of Final Settlement.
In the Frobate Court, Sumner Couuty,
State of Kansas.
Estat of F.iison Wiggins, deceased
Creditors and all other persons Interested
In the aforesaid estate, are hereby notified
that at the next regular term of tbe aoove
named court, to be begua and beld at Its
courtroom In tbe court bouse tn tbe City of
Wellington, 8umner County. Kansas, on the
nrst Monday tn tbe month of January A. D
1901, 1 shall on the
15th day of January, 1901,
at 10 o'clock a. m., apply to said court for a
iuu ana nnat settlement or my account as ex
ecuior of said estate.
Witness my hand, this 8th day of Decern
ber, 1900. d. L. Wilcox.
Executor of said Estate.
First published in the Voice, Dec. 13, 1900.
Do nt Be Fooledi
Take the c;nulne. original
Made onlv bv Madtmn M4L
cine Co., Madison, Wis. It
keeps you well. Onr trade
mark cut on etch package.
Price. 3s cents. Never sold
in bulk. Arrant m aitkcl-
McontoiuTtotMi tute. Afk your drujgUU
Jeweler & Optician,
' Opposite Racket.
' PiiiiIWji
Bridge " "
and Beach
Cook and Hot Blast
Beating Stoves.
We are exclusive agents
in Wellington for these
sioves which are the
best. Look at our Bridge
and Beach riot Blast
stove and compare it with
o'hers joull buy our3
got it through the heads
of part of the people that our
McAlister and Fidelity
Coals are the Hot Stuff. For
a cheap coal our
is xt ahead of the Weir City or Pitts.
burg and the same price.
You see this man knows whea he
gets something through his head. So
is everyone who buys our
LongBell lumber Co.
C. W. King. l!gr. Independ
ent Flume Xo. 25.
Fails Ir Sils
. and Cheap Money
To Loan.
II you have a Sumner
County Farm for Sale,
We can sell it for you.
Black &
Wellington, Kansas.
Novelty Repairing
and Electro plating.
We repair Guns, Bicycles, Sewing Ma
chines, Typewriters, Lawn Mowers, and
all other Light Machinery and Electrical
We also repair and re-cover Umbrellas,
fit keys for Locks, etc.
We do ail kinds of Grinding and Pol
shing, Soldering and Brazing.
We are Experts at our Busi
ness. All work Guaranteed.
Preston Wyckoff,
Rome Kansas
Breeder of and Dealer in pure bred
At i t n
few Choice young bulls
for sale also
SOnie OOd
draft horses.
To Beat their Tues. T "
Tue Kansas & South Webtero Bail
way (tiie old Frisco road) is preparing
to ttebt tbe payment of Us 1900 tax.
Tne ruad bat successfully evaded the
paymeut oi parlor its taxes for tbe
pat three years, each year oeatiu
ihetudoAna little lower until ihi
year tliev propose to pay only one-
tbird of tuem.
The valuation of the road this year
U 1112, 530 lower 1 1 a rj ii has evei
been. Tue amount of taxes charged
up against tne road i 4,722.29, ol
wbictt amount $613 91 is Mate tax
Tbe assessed valuation of tbe road
last year was $149,120, and its taxes
lo.641.01. In 1898 the valuation wa
il40,170 and tbe tax was $5,169.19
lo 139 1 tbe road was sla under an
order of tbe federal court. Ii success
fully resisted tbe payment of the full
amount of its taxes and got off with
59 per cent. The following year the
road succeeded io effecting a compro
mise. through tne federal court, and
there is an actloa now pending io tbe
federal court looking t iward a com
Demise on Its 1899 taxes on a basis of
5) per .cent. The road made a tender
of the wboie amount of it stue tax
last year, and one-half of its ciunty
tax. Tbe treasurer refused to accept
tbe tender and the road went io
tbe federal court with the case on the
ground that the tax was excessive.
The court appointed a special master
in chancery to take evideuce, but the
special master has been too busy with
politics to attend to business and the
lienrtngis now set for March or April.
but tne legislature meets nxt year
and the case will pnibibly not be
heard until September, 1901. In th
meanwhile, the roai is successfullv
evading the payment, of its tuxes and
the county is being deprived of the
use of the mouey. And the road has
b jen so successful in dodying its taxe
that it proposes to pay only one-third
of them this year, nntwitlntanriini:
the fact that the valuation of the
road this year is from $28,000 to $."5,
000 less than in prvioti" years
Charlie Btown t Arkansas City, geo
pral attorney for the road, was in
Wellington vesterday nd mane
tender to the treasurer of on-ih'',d
of the full amount of the road's 1900
tax as payment in full. The treasurer
refused to accept the tender, and it is
presumed that the roafl will eo to 'hp
federal court again for relief. Thf
means another hlir lawsuit for the
county, with a big hill of costs.
A Keen, Clear Brain.
Your best feelings, your social posi
tion or business success depend large
ly on the perfect action of your Stom
ach and Liver. Dr. King's New Life
Pills give increased strength, a keen,
clear brain, high ambition. A 25 cent
box will make yon feel like a new
being. Sold by F. B. Snyder, drug
Marrlaze Licenses.
I Ctaa?. TT. Allen, 22....Brman. O.T.
Alice Noble, 21 Ilunnewell
Jell-O, The New Dessert,
pleases all the family. Four flavors:
Lemon, Orange, Raspberry and
Strawberry. At your grocers. 10 cts.
Try it today.
How to Curt Croup.
Mr. R. Gray, who lives near Atnenia,
Duchess county, N. Y.,says: "Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy is the best
remedy I have ever used. It is a fine
children's remedy for croup and never
fails to cure." When given as soon as
the child btcomes hoarse, or even
after the croupy cough has developed,
it w ill prevent the attack. This should
be borne in mind and a bottle of the
Cough Remedy kept at hand ready for
instant use as soon as these symptoms
appear. For sale by all druggists.
The Best Prescription for Miliaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic It is simply
iron and quinine in a tasteless form
No cure eo pay. Price 50c.
Sears the
'vrs Boutf!
aignatnra r j
To Teachers.
We shall be glad to print school re
pot ts and other items of interest con
cerning any and every school in the
county. Will send a few extra copies of
paper to each teacher sending in report.
Notice propositions tlsewheie it paper
concerning clubbing lists. If you want
any magazine or paper we can save you
money iu getting it. Write to us. Send
in reports and items of interest.
A hobo stole a noarier's coat from
Hubbard's restaurant Tuesday and
sold it to S. II. Thomas. Tue coal
was recovered, but the hobo got
Fred Romig, a student at the Agri
cultural college at Manhattan, came
io Thursday to spend C hrisimas with
his parfnts, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
The war department is conducting
an expensive investigation ioto the
death of Oscar Booz. a West Point
student wbose death is reported to be
due to hazing. The investigation so
far tends toiziverhe military students
tbe best of ii Booz was a consump
tive, however, and his death may
have been hastened by hazing.
The flodern Mother
Has found that little ones are improved
more by the pleasant Syrup of Figs, when
in need of the laxative effect of a gentle
remedy, than by any other. Childreu
enjoy it and it benefits them. The true
remedy, Syrup of Figs, is manufactured
by the California Fig Syrup Co. only.
Jay Correy, whose postoffice address
Is Towanda, Butler county, is one of
the heirs trying to secure the Garri
sm estate which has been held in
Eoglisb court of chancery. The for
tune is estimated to be $2,C00,000, and
Jay Correy thinks bis share will be
$13,000, according to Assr.chted Press
reports. There are a number of mem
bers of the Correy family and the
principal heir lives in Omaha, Neb.
Lady Correspondent Wanted.
i warn w near irom any iaav wno
has stomach Trouble. I will recom-
mend Dr Caldwell's Syrup Tepsin and
guarantee it to cure Yours truly,
All Druggists.
Life Eiperleaces. - -
Taken from the Milan Herald:
Where there is any force or pow
er there must be rule or there will
be destruction from the power. The
power that sets in motion the loco
motive must be governed by law, or
it will destroy the driver and that
which was intended to give motion.
Man is bound by law. There h
no place and there are no cirenm
stances in this world in which we
are not bound by physical law.
Every man finds that if he would
have health he must inhale pure air.
No man can afford to despise this
law but whether he do so or not, it
will hold him in bonds. Health is
the result of obedience to this law;
to disobey may be death. Laws of
earthly life may or may not be uni
versal laws, but the moral law of
God is in force throughout the uni
verse and there is no escape from it
What is good here is good every
where, what is morally right now
can never be wrong. Whether men
obey it or defy it, they will be for
ever bound by it.
The observance or rejection of
this law constitute life's experiences,
To willingly or ignorantly violate
the laws of nature is anarchy; the
laws of God, a sin. Man is either
triumphing over sin or sin is tri
umphing over him. The experience
of everyone is that two forces
are doing all they can to control
his will.
ram touna tn nimseit two men
one low and the other noble; and he
mourns that the low man so often
gains the mastery over the noble
man. Of the conflicts that Paul
passed through, thousands of this
day and generation have had like
experiences. They know that there
is one spirit in them that serves the
law of sin, that it is earthly and does
not strive upward toward the true
and good, that it does not love the
law ot God. With this exoerience
there is the opposite; a delight in
the law of God and a consent that
is good. How opposite thete char
acters! How striking the contrast
of the two men that dwell together
in the one man!
There are many who profess Chris
tianity the unregeperate who, if
all the secret workings and down
falls of their lower nature were pro
claimed on the housetops, what
would be said of their religion?
The lower man compels the spirit
ual man to do all the things he hates.
How wondrous strange that the low
er man should so often triumph!
And jet this takes place in every
sphere of life. The wicked man
spreads himself like a green bay
tree; boasts of his wickedness; tries
to ride rough shod over truth and
goodness. But oh! the bitter aloes
in his life's experiences. He is
heard to cry out, "O wretched man
that I am."
And with this experience cf
wretchedness comes the inquiry,
"Who shall deliver me?"
Ethical systems rannot successful
ly help in this conflict. Philosophy
cannot avail; rhetorical phrases can
not enable us to gain moral victory.
Music cannot enable the man to per
form tha: which is good. Reason
may affirm that to follow the good is
good in itself, that virtue is its own
reward, but reason is soon dethroned
by the power of carnal man and
vice the embodiment of the lowr
man, overrides virtue. "Who shall
deliver me?" Here is the crisis in
life's experience, the willingness to
let another undertake that in which
you have utterly failed, conquer the
old man of sin.
A Farewell Reception.
A farewell reception was given Vi's
L'zzi Campbell Thursday by Ue
W.U.l.U. at. the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Thos. Garland on North Wash
ington avenue.
Miss Campbell left for Sanfrlscr,
California, F-irJ ty evening, and the
liidiea of the W.C.T TJ. wished to give
hr a reception and surprise, which
they carried out to perfection. Mrs
T. A. Hubbard of Rome, io a nea
litUe speech presented Miss Campbell
with a very handsome gold wat:h aid
chain, tbe gift nf tbe countv W.C.T
U. MIsb Campbell was so surprised
and deeply Impressed she could bard
1t talk, but made a few appropriate
retra-ks, thanking the ladies for thMr
kind words and magnificent present.
Those present joined in pingin?.
"Blest be tbe Tie That Binds." Miss
Campbell gave a verv short description
of her travels in Europe. Refresh
ments were served and a general good
t!me was enjoved by all.
Those present were: Messrs. and
MesdamesC. E. Brleht, Randolph,
Davidson, Griffin, Clayton, A. A.
Rlchardn. Tbng. Garland, Mes
nmes Vineyard, Arm'siron?, Lee,
Marshall, Buttrey. Carson. Beckwlth.
Chaddnn, Wolf, wand. Straime of
Mayfleld. Hubbard and Fox of Rome:
Misses Lizzie Campbell, Rachel
Buttrev, F. A. Smiley, Condac Mc-
kpp, Mary Campbell. Minnie Wolfe.
E L. Lee, Clayton: Masters Everett
bright ana Jonole Garland.
The Operators' Strike Eided. I
The strike of the Santa Fe leleera-
pbers bas been called off. A formal
order to this effect was Issued yester
day applying to the entire system.
President Dolphin bas advised all
strikers to apply for reinstatement.
Ine calling off of tbe strike re
leases the operators from remaining
jut and allows tbem to look for posi
tions either with the Santa Fe or
other roads. Whether they will be
able to go bick to work for the Santa
reisaqueston with the men, which
they can not answer. The officials of
the road have issued an order to the
effect that no strikers will be taken
bick. Whether tbe road will rescind
ibis order can not be surmised.
H. U. Mudge. general manaeer of
tbe Santa Fe, says that until there
ts some change to the management of
the Order of Railway TeleirraDhers.
and nntil tbe order (rets down to
more substantial business methods,
that the O.R.T. will not be recognized
as an organization by the Santa Fe
"After the order is n habilitated,
then it will be Mm,"says Mr. Mudge.
"to aetermine now it shall be treated.
Until this time, any grievances wbicb
may arise among the operators em
ployed on the road, will be settled by
either treating with the individual
operators or else with a committee
representing the men who have
This condition of affairs wasbroueht
aoout or tne late strike or the oper
ators on tne road, and especially by
the men who the company alleees
broke their contract, and quit? the
service of the company without any
notice to tbe road and without any
The strikers have the appearance of
having given up the gbost, and are
convinced that the strike has been a
failure and that tbey have lost.
The committee on mediation winch
was composed of representatives of
the various trainman's organizations
on the Santa Fe, and which went tn
Chicago to treat with the officials of
the road In the Interest .f the strik
ing operators, returned U Topeka
yesterday. The members of the com
mittee had very little to say about
the meeting with the Stnta Fe nffl
cials, other than that they were well
received. One nf the committeemen,
however, said that other organizations
would not take any further part in
the matter of assisting the operators
to win thPir strike.
Third Vie President Barr of the
Santa Fe system said, upon being In
formed that the telegraphers' strike
had been declared off:
"As f ir as we are cocrned It has
been off a long time. We have all the
men we need at present., and we will
discharge none of them to make room
for anv striker who wishes to come
bick. Thse mm broke their con
tract, with us in a manner ertirely
unjustifiable and we are done forever
with t' telegraphers as an organlza
tion. The 6trike naturally caused us
annoyance at firet, hut this lasted onlv
for a few days, and then we were in
first-class shape again."
A Dinner to tbe Ministers.
SomttuiLg unique in the way of
ministerial entertainment was given
by Rev. Th'is. A. West, pastor ot the
;niitlaii church of Wellington last
wek. It was a dinner to the miL
ittis of Wellington and their fain
iues. Sevenueu i,ersons were In
vited, and as indicating the existing
harmony among tue beads of the
Wellington churches, it is worth
nouug that sevf-ntetn were present.
Tbe dinner, wl icu lasted from 6 to
10, was be d in the parlors of the
Presbyterian cburcb. Mrs. J. G.
Cunningham directed the preparation
of the dinner, whic'i CooMted of
oysters, salads, etc., and wound up
with ice crtam. The dinner was
erved in courses, with a toast be
:ween each coinse. Rev. West Is a
b chplor, and most of the ministers'
t iast were good natured roasts. Rev.
Penick's to-tst was "The F'y Leaf,"
and Contained many interesting
sketches from his experiences since
r-ti'ing from active ministerial life.
Dr. J C. Hall's v.at was "West-em
Hospitality. and was a scholarly
talk upon tbe growth, social develop
ment and hospitality oi the west,
with many clever take-offs on tbe
host's naraj. Revs. StuH, Stiuffcr
and McClaln had evidently been
previously ta'king about Rev. West'i
celibate condition -nd dtcided to talk
upon subjects which they thought
would be nearer to his heart. Rev
Siuil's toast was "The Discovery."
His talk contained no reference to the
tiiscoycry of a presc'ier by a church
without a pastor, but dwelt pai
ticularly upon the hetrt sensations a
man experiecc s when he discovers
the affinitv in some girl lie is gointr
with; how it ripens into a warm,
everlasting love, and how it
ends with the sweet Joys of
married life. He had Rev. West look
ing mlehty thoughtful, and the ob
serving wives of the ministTS said
they thought. Rev. McClain's toast on
"Tbe Two Otntrasted" would hav
finished him but 'or tbe iconoclastic
remarks of Rev. Cunningham, who
mercilesly shattered the Idols set up
bvRev . Staufferand Rev. McClain In
toat on "Unmarried RMs, from a
Married Man's View Point." Rev.
McClain vividly contrasted the con
ditlons of a married man and a single
man. and, following as it dd Rev.
Staoffer's talk, fresh frm bis own
wooing experiences, made married
life look like the whole thing. But
Rev. Cunningham told of the sleep
less oights a man passes with a colicky
babv (be baa a new baby and bis ex
periences were fresh also)and It was too
much for Rev. Wet. Rev. Cunning
ham would picture the married mn
walking the floor in the dead of nlabt
with a crying baby, and then say with
a good deal of effect, "And the bach
elor sleeps on!" He undoubtedly
knocked some girl out of a geod bus
band that night.
The 1 itest Sonr "
andTbow it goes is always of interest
to some bat the condition of one's
health shonld be first in the line of
consideration. If you take Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin you can't have In
digestion or Stomach Trouble. That
is certain. For sale by all druggists,
For family use in numberless ways
Ballard's .Snow Liniment is a useful
and valuable remedy. Price, 25 and
50 cents. A. M. Stanley, druggist.
r'y'f.'l" T J1"'' r' r vi . V t -v VI
Acts Fleasantfy and fivmptlyi
Cleanses the System
Gently and Effectually
when bilious or costive.
fvsents ittt the most acceptaMecum
the laxative principles of plants
known to act most beneficially.
For st I b druggists - pritt SOt prr totth.
Store is the
to buy your
We keep tbe very
best grades and ask
you to give us a call"
when jou are in need
of a uy thing in this ..
F. B. Snyder
If you want to bor- tu
row money at tue g
lowest rate of interest
ever made in this cot nty
you want to sell yonr farm,
you want to sell your farm or on
city property, see O
TE have the material on hand
all white tine froinir fat.
Secure yours before too late. We caa
figure cheap beds also. See us at once.
Rock Island Lbr. Co.
S. N. Browx, Agent.
On Eighth St ,west of Washington Ave.
When You Buy Your
Or any other place. TIIE FRISCO
Through reclining chair cars and
Pullman pallace sleepers betwen
Wichita, Win field Cherry vale and
St. Louis. Besure you purchase your
tickets this way.
Further Information will be cbeer
fully given by the nearest Frisco
Agent or
B. F. Duxx, Bryax Snyder,
Disk Pass. Ag'L Gen. Pass.Agt. ,
Wichita, Ks. St LorL Mo,

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