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The Daily Postal-Card from Wellington, Kansas • 1

The Daily Postal-Card from Wellington, Kansas • 1

Wellington, Kansas
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i I i 4 il SQtte Cent Per Copy. Allen Jenkins, Publishers. VOLUME I. NUMBER 59.. We Give the News Others May Express Opinions, Local and Personal.

home of Miss Lou Barnett this evening at 7 o'clock. lot fully aided in making the church services popular. The Sabbath school, Junior and Senior C. E. services were also interesting and well attended.

will be a social given at the Presbyterian church Yednesday evening, March 11, by the Junior Endeavor society of that church. Admission 10 cents. Everybody invited. The Wellington Senate meets tonight. They will discuss the Cuban question, devote some time to the question of high hat wearing at public entertainments.

It is also the time for electing officers. Her tall form gave her a chance to send her powerful voice to the father-est rim of the crowd. She spoke with a majestic force which enthralled the crowd. Boston Globe. Mrs.

Lease at the auditorium next Friday evening. A representative of Wild Jim, the Texas cow boy and saddle king, was in the city today -making arrangements for the appearance here Wednesdayrof Wild Jim, who will lecture, shoot glass balls, sell books and tell thrilling border stories. Postmaster O. J. Hackney dressed upin his convention clothes this morning and took the train for Wichita.

He claimed to be a delegate but his friends have some misgivings about that. Os is a great, fellow to see just how things are done. The "Earnest Seekers" Bible class metwith Mrs. Nelson Saturday, March 7th. There was a good attendance, though we are' sorry to learn that one of our members is ill.

The Pfeifer. Miss Fannie Worden will act as cashier. This store is a good thing for Wellington and well patronized. It is not yet kno'vn when they will have their opening. Richard T.

Fulkersou, an old Sum ner. county resident, but who some time ago moved to the eastern part of the state, arrived here today, aud hrs been looking for some land on which to move. Mr. Fulkerson says there is no place like Sumner county. Harry Bradfield, the barber, who has been working in the city for sometime, packed up his tools and kf'i yesterday for parts' unknown.

No reason is assigned for his leaving. He was receiving good wages and had made considerable money while here. George Hess, manager of the Winfleld opera house, was in the city today, and he says that too much cannot be said of the Sharpley Lyceum that will appear at the opora house here the third week in March. He says he is going to book them for a return date if possible. TheM.

E. church had good congregations yesterday, both morning and evening. Two excellent sermons were preached by Eev. Millet. The singing by the chorus choir was splendid.

The Epworth League service in the evening was led by W. H. Schulte and proved an interesting and profitable meeting to all present. Geo. R.

Fultz writes from Colorado Springs that he has entered into partnership. with Col. Billy Warner, well known here as an ex-conductor of the Santa Fe road, in the real estate and C. S. Jobes, of Attica, a Republican politician, was in the city Saturday night on bis way to Topeka.

A Graff returned from the Strip Saturday evening, where he has been transacting business for a few days A new lot of drugs and medicines just received and will be sold at lowest prices at Haiti wanger's drug store. Mrs. Ora L. Graff and Miss Stella Noffsinger went to Wichita this morning where they will visit friends today. John T.

Hull will leave for Iowa, this evening, after spending severaKdays with his sister. Mrs. E. Vanllorn. Sheriff Heskett took Frances Har-tu ng, who was adjudged insane some time ago, to the asylum at Osawa-tomie, yesterday.

Wm. E. Bolton, the "small" editor of the Woodward News, passed through the city Saturday night on his way to Wichita. Jules E. Offner, representative of the Daily News, Joseph, was in the city teday and made the Card office a pleasant call.

Miss Cora Aldrich, the efficient clerk at the Fair, is confined to her home by sickness today. Her sister, Miss Nellie, occupies her place. The crowd of young men who went to Rome Saturday night to hold the mock trial report a good time and that the attorneys for the defense had to pay the costs. W. M.

Ferguson returned from Conway Springs Saturday eyening, where he consummated a deal whereby he will have 200 head of fine cattle W. R. Savage went to Wichita this morning. J. H.

Herri ff, of Milan, was in the -xity, today. O.DeTurk left for western points this morning. W. H. Staff elbach went to Argonia on business today.

Harry Caman, of Winfleld, was in the city over Sunday. W. R. Spicknall was a passenger to Wichita this morning. Mrs.

1. 1. Scott was a passenger to Wichita'this W. M. Ferguson went to Norwich this morning on business.

A. C. fehowalter, of Morris township, is in the city today. H. Tillotsou, of Perth, was in our city on business today.

Mrs. R. L. Hall will leave for her home in Med ford tonight. Mr.

and Mrs. W. S. Pyle spent Sunday with friends in the country. Lineman J.

L. Kise, of the Santa Fe, came in from Win field today. R. McKibbon, of Conway Springs, was in the city on business today. F.

g. Morgan and P. Doyle were passengers to Kansas City last night. George Hassick and Leota Hassick, of Oxford, were in the city shopping today. William Wilson, of South Haven, was in the city closing up a mortgage todav.

Mrs. Anderson Gray and daughter were passengers to Wichita this morning. Russel went to Wichita this morning to attend the Republican 4 vl. i AV- lesson was one of great interest and full of practical Christian duty. A number of the boys in the city are very anxious to go to Wichita and hear Sousa's band Thursday.

They are now scheming to get a hand for the April market. loan business. He is well pleased with his prospects. Says he has seen Dick Millard, who expresses himself as being "well satisfied and happy." Mr. and Mrs.

John Hirons drove down from Wichita yesterday to attend the funeral of William Weaver, who was a brother-in-law of Mr. Hirons. They arrived top late for this, however, as the services were held the day before. They will visit their daughter, Mrs. Charles Lynch, in this, city a short time before returning home.

Gen. J. S. Coxey spoke to a large audience in Winfleld Friday night. The Courier says if his speech last night is what he calls a nonpartisan' lecture what he would call a Populist campaign speech is beyond conception -of the ordinary individual.

His car to go up in. If they, do the newspaper men of the city will be able to go along, and perhaps they can be persuaded to act as brakemcn. Rev. M. Weimer went to Wichita this morning where he will meet the representatives of two different churches and assist in the settlement of some misunderstanding-in regard to their congregations.

He leaves to: morrow for Black where he goes to preach for a couple of days. Her oratory is like a Kansas cyclone; a medley of hot winds and cold chills, Italian zephyrs and brick-bats; a scrap from the Sermon on the Mount fluttering on the brink of blades and blown back by a breath as soft as ever cooled an infant's fevered brow. Denver News. Mrs. Lease at the auditorium next Friday.

Hanlon Gambrill, with their their force of clerks, were busy unpacking and shelving their'Marge stock of'goods today. The clerics are James G. Hess, the Pennilnsurance adjuster, was in the city frum Topeka, adjusting the loss on Jesse Brower's barber shop outfit, which was burned a few days ago. i i- John Potucek, of Valverde. township, is hauling lumber from Wellington to his farm for a new barn.

It requires twelve loads. The Long Bell company is filling the order. Judge Burnett W. T. McBride, Geo.

L. Bailey, Geo. T. Pitts, Harvey Coverdale and William Hardman took the Rock Island train for Wichita this morning, where they will attend the Republican convention held there today. congregations were in attendance at the Presbyterian church yesterday, the auditorium being tilled at the morning service.

Rev. Jacka preached from the topics announced in Saturday's Card, both sermons being given close attention. Good anthem music was rendered by the convention. T. C.

Ellis, and son Harry of South Haven, were in the city shopping today. The ladies of Wellington's elite will give a calico ball one week from tomorrow night. Chas. J. Humphrey drove to Milan this morning and will transct business there today.

A. Hanlon, senior member of the firm of Hanlon Gambrill, was in the city on business today. W. J. Lingeufelter went to Hutchinson to look after- duties connected with the Reformatory.

W. S. Gaddy of Ottawa was in the city yesterday. Mr. Gaddy is an old resident of this place.

J. J. Chastioe and Joe Booth, of Palestine were in the city on legal business 1 The presidents pf all the Christian Endeavor societies and the Epworth League are requested to meet at the speech was devoted to the good roads and non-interest bearing bond bills of which Mr. Coxey is the He illustrated the difference between the value of, gold and paper money in a very clever manner. A paper bill with a hole- in it he said was a legal tender, but a piece of gold money with a ho in it was not.

He says Winfleld is one of the prettiest towns in the unuea utaies ana ne likes to come here. Misses Lizzie. SLaub, Nellie Aldrich, Fannie- Worden, Mrs. Fuller, Roy Shinliver, Samuel Scott and George Postal-Card lc. a day.

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