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A. R. Kane,
jeweler ana OPTIGIAH, Gregg's JDrug Storo. A FINE ASSORTMENT OF , Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. We are the local agent for sev eral first class eastern Jewel- ry and silverware house and can procure any goods not in our stock ou short notice. BEN'S SHOP IS LOCATED IN March's Building, East Swi Military Street. W.E.TYNER DEALER IX it Provisions, Etc. HIGHEST MARKET PRICES PAID FOR PRODUCE. GRAIN AND FEED East Sido of Military Street. SOUTH END Shaving Parlor, H. M. BACON. Prop'r. Shaving and Hair-drcsslng a Specialty. Daniels Building. Baiter Springs, Kansas. Fino Line of Cigars Constantly on bund. JLXO.XU Parlor Meat Market, J. A. SOUR, Prop'r. FRESH nnd SALT MEATS of all kinds. In new buildinjr, east shie of Military Street, oppoaite Ohleu'a Bakery. Cash Paid for Hides and Poultry. H. QHLEN'S I It located Id new biiiliUug at tha old plaoe West Side or MILITARY STREET. ' Meals at all Hours, or Day Board at loir rates. OYSTERS AND ICE CUEA2X in their. proper eaotn. STABLE 3ulius Biscliofsberger, Propr FIRST CLASS . r Turnout at Reasonable Kates. as rt BARBER Staiaittocy Groceries BAMaiflMAlI JOHES, Pianos, Organs and Sowing Uachines. rscSi aal Stp&lra es Casl FROM OUR ITEMIZERS. - o EiJ-SEJJD US THE NEWS."d LOWELL 8TATIOJT. Tba weather baa not been cold enough to make na forget the grippe aa waa the caae in the eastern state, ftahnnl at thn academr haa been ad journed because the teachers, and many or the pnpiis are amioiea wun it Mrs. U. w. Harvey ana iwoor three of ber children are quite sick with the scourge. Carelessness when getting better is wherein lies the greatest danger. William Mendenhall and his son Ford ice and Addie Shields nrent to work when thovfelt ablO.CUt ling and hauling poles and they all came down with pneumonia next day, from which William died Tuesday afternoon and Addie Wednesday even ing. William leaves a wife and six children to monru his loss, but they do not mourn as those who have no hope, for ho lived the life of a christian and AoA a christian's death. Ills life is ail example to all who knew him and the largo number or mourning inenaa vhn follows him to his last rOStlnif place on Wednesday signified (he es teem in which he was held. His Bon Frank, who is in business in Chetopa, came Saturday. Fordice is better. Adrtifl Rhlcldi waa a vounsr man not more than sixteen and gave great promise for one or his years anaaur iikt his illness said he did not think he would die, although he was ready, be cause God would not tako him from bis widowed mother. Ho kept hope rohon thA rest had none, but the pale- faced messenger came and took him, but he, as his Uncle William, has lert & i'Mnrd nf a food life. They rest from their labors and their works lol low them. The bereaved ones have the sincere sympathy of all. John Mp.TvnnziA ia verv low from the same cause, -o- Tacy Burgess and Joseph Ebenstein have pumisnea ineir liuen- tiona nf hnnnminc one. They Will be ma triad arr.nvtHncr ta the custom Of Friends. -o George Harvey's smile is quite childlike it is a gin. 10WELL NEWS. BY 4,AHOH." Rnrrv wft could not civo V0U the Uima laRt week, but the grippe was just then giving us such loving em braces that it was impossiuie w pay attention to anything else, -o- Mr. RflwsAr and sou of Davton. Mo., are ill with pneumonia at the home of bis Drotner-in-iaw, n. i. jjeggeu. iucv took sick in the territory, where they hurt liPRii at work and Mr. Leirzctt kindly brought them to his home, -o-Jerome Peake of Pittsburg has been rianamrnnalv ill At tne Dome OI Air. Milton this week. Burd Peak and wife and John Peake, parents and hmt w nf thft nir.t man. arrived from Pittahnrc TnceAnv. -o- Dr. Griffin of Baxter has been 6een qnue oiion in our homes during me pa6i lew weess. We are all loud iu his praise and are glad to report his splendid success in every case. At present writing we be lieve our stele oucs an oeucr, neany an convalescent, -o- F. M. Fulkerson is shipping flour from Varck ou account of the bad roads, -o- W. P. Sharp and G. M. Smith made a business trip to Joplin Monday. A Well EsUblhhed Fact. The fact lias bcon abundantly prov en that Chamberlain's Cou?h Remedy is the most prompt, most reliable and mnat atiprpRst'iil medicine vet discov ered for acute throat and lung dis eases, such as couphf, cold and croup. For sale at I'raigs urug store. lata Gag From the Drummer. Saya the rain to the dust: "I'm on to von r vour name is mud." the sun to the snow: "Come off the roof." The porter's cry to Jonah : "Chango whales for Jerusalem." Timely and to the Tolnt. J. M. Craig would not recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy if he did not know it to be perfectly relia ble. It is made especially for coughs, colds and croup and is the most prompt and most effectual remedy kuown for those diseases. MEMPHIS ROUTE. Kansas City, Ft. Scott A Memphis Railroad, Offer yon the moat jileiwnntand dcairable route lo Uannua City anl nil point emit, north awl weit( lo Mcrti)ihn and all points aonth. ,' At Kan City connections are made at Co inn nnnt who all throuch trains for Chloago. St. Loui and the eut; to St. I'aul, Drum, San rmnoUco, Portland and the wrat ana Bonn at. Via this line, entire train with Kree Be- elining Chair Car and Pullman Buffet Sleeping CarninatlironshtoMempnis, ienn. inr&ugu BrtJllnliiff Choir Car (aeats fiee) K aulas City to Birmingham s through coach Eanau City to Brlstot, Tla Clmitanuoga and Knoxrille; Pnll maa Btffot Sleeping" t'r , KanM City tft New Orleans. There U no other direct route rroiu the west to Jaokinille, J'rnsaeola, Nashville. Chattanooga d all mtliern cities. This route, via Uoxle, ia orer oh hundred miles the shortt lo LltOe Bock and Hot Spring the short a4 eheaprouu to FayetU Tille, Bentonrillr, Eureka prion, Vort tfmlth .-A .11 nniata la Arkanaaa. -l Wiita toriartamap and lime tables, Show uj through eannrctloar.,-"v ', "-a Befora parchanlns; your ttoket eat I. upon a ticket agevt or this company ar wrwe io iu un der! filed for rates. Special rates and arrsng ments for parties and their morables jroing south to locals. Send for a copy of tha Hlasonn ana aaaau w .H-inr tail infonnaUoa relatlTt-to tb cheap Uads of sooth west Klsocri. Mailad fm, J. C LOCKWOOD. Ral rasa, m - fansasCter.ila,- rira Strnf Folata on 8. 8. S. First : It ia entirely vegetable, con tains no minerals or poison of any kind and builds up the system trom the first dose. 8eoond: It cares cancer of tbo akin. No other remedy or treatment has ever cured it. . . . Thlrn T onnti ' rmi-Aif arv blood taint, even In the third and fourth reneration. No other .remedy nas ever done it ..... Fourth: It has never xanea io eradicate scrofula from the system. Fifth : It cures contagions blood poison in all its stages by eliminating tho horrible virus from the system, thua giving rolief from all the conse quences of this bane of the human S. 8. 8. builds up the general health of the patient instead of pulling it down, as is the caso with the mercury, potash and old sarsaparilla mixtures. It is harmless to the most delicate woman or child, yotsuch is its healing power that it searches out the poison in the blood aud roots it out entirely thus giving nature an opportunity to Ifaalf and aa nnnanminilMt the general health is rapidly improved, aim luo cum is cuoviou. Wo have an interesting treatise on blood and skin diseases which will be mailed free to those who will send us their address. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. IKL K. HICK'S WEATHER PROPHET. Tim fniinwlnfr taken from the "storm chart" for 1890 of Rev. Irl R. Hicks ot St. Louis will prove interesting to many. Here are his predictions for FEBRUARY. rn nr aViont the 3d storm disturb- annaanrtll chnvP themSclvPS by risillZ temperature with cloudiness and rain or snow, followod by a cold wave for several days, rue iirsi regular atorui period for the month begins about the 7k anA rnna tllltil a.l)OUt thO 12th. The on, inth 11th aud 12th are shown In the calendar as tho days on which the greatest disturbances may be looked for. The equinox of Mercury falling on tho 13th will, doubtless, prolong the disturbance by cloudiness and sleet into the minor reactions on the 15th and 16th. The early part of tnis an a 1 f ..lU.a first period win no mawmg wemucr with rain and perhaps thunder and Ho-htninc Look for cold at the last From the 18th to the 23d, with the . A. AAft a . .1 20th, Zlst and zza as me uays oi greatest activity, the next regular pe riod will occur. Southern regious may look for heavy rain storms with active electrical displays at this time. Cyclonic tendencies not improbable. Rain and suow northward, followed by cold. There will be some squalls ou or near the2Cth. -. . . ; A Safe Investment. Ta one which is guaranteed to brlue you satisfactory results, or in case of failure a retnrn of nurchase price. On this safe plan you can bay from onr advertised druggist a Dome oi Dr. King's Uew discovery tor jon anmntlnn. It ia guaranteed to bring relief in eyory case, when used for any affection of Lungs, or chest, such as Consumption, Inflammation etc. II is pleasant and agreeable to taste, per fectly sate, auu can aiways ue im pended upou. Trial bottles. 10c. at Craig's Drug Store I Little grains of quinine, Little drinks of rye, . Make la grippe that's got you Drop it's hold and By. Thi mny quickly help yon ; if you'll only ny; But don't forg t the quinine When you ttfke the rye. Merit Wins. Wn riftairn tn sav lu OUT citizens. hot fnr VffLl'B we have beeu sclliusr Dr. Kiuif's New Discovery ror uou sumptiou, Dr. King's New Life Pills, Buckleu's Arnica Salve nnd Electric Bitters, and have urver handled remedies that sell as weii, or inat huvA vivaii audi universal satisfac tion. We da uot hesitate to guaran tee them every time, and we stand nnAv in rpfnnrl tho uurchase price. iwwj - r if satislftctory results do not follow their use. These remedies nave won Ittnlii rrroat nnrtlllAritV DUrelV OU tUeir merits. For sale at Craig's Drug mtlA Ull Mm. " m J Store. - .,1 . Thnv sav ituwaai K'olntabna trirL who,haviug tired of single" Wessed ,,nca hit tn her, bitendoti at Galena bOO www .wm as follows : "Dear John, Cum rite off if vou are cummin' at an. iu. i. is in- . . a. a J sistiir that 1 snail uev mm, aim ue huss and kisses me so much that I ran't imld nut mach lonsrer." it is hardlv ueceasarv to remark that "John Cum rite off." PILES! PILES! PILES! ... Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will cure Bliud, Bleeding and Itching all other ointments have failed. It absorbs the tumors, allays the itching t onee. acta as a poultice. . i.,.i.nt rlipf.. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Obtmelitls prepared only for .l'ties ajKL:ucnii7 oime priio naWa an imtKtner ieaa i V.vrrv hOT l warranted. Sold by dra7gista or sent . . . a T ff by mail on receipt ot-pnee, ana f 1 per pox. .iWUjLOA-iis aid u. w . . .. ' rroprietorsv Cleveland, 0. . " every bancay uuiiniuaiw SubjecU aouoanced rrom me puifii. Sandiy schotd atlfra. m. Prayer mecling Tborsday evening. v . i: At R. MnxicB, Pastor. ALEXANDER WARSER, rreehlent; U. B. CUOWKLL, Vfcse Prealdeoti The Baxter PAJLT UP CAPITAL $50,000.00, DIRECTORS: II. R. Crowell, Alexander Warner, Jievj.S. Warner, Does a General Banking Business. Pays Interest on Time Deposit: Always has Money to Loan on Satisfactory Security. Drovers and Farmers 0 CAPITAL W. H. Horicob, Pres't ; C. G. Hornor, o Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time Ieposits. alter Springs Mills WILLARD&HORRIoON.PrODS Baxter Springs, Kansas. Nei am Mfliera lacMnery! iVfr w il Farmers arc Gordialltj Invited to gall and Sec Us. 0 Highest Prices THE Old Reliable O-rooery! To tho People of Bastcr SprlnQs and Surroundinrj Country i We now have a larger and more com plete stock of goods ing the second oldest city, we hope by square dealing and low prices to continue in WHEN YOXJ WAJSTT Lumber, Lath, Bhiagles, Iilznc Cement, filiscd Paintc AD Iif FACT jdnrthinn a in . tho 8 Buildinc : Lino CALL OX TEE taawl ;'?' i? vi4f tj- - ' or thAv are alwavs readv to Kive you a sciuare deal. They are prepared'to ftirnish on short notice anything in their line as cheap as any, as they buy in large quantities. " IRA C. PERKINS. Cushion UEKJ.8. WABNER, Assistant CaeMev. Bank. L. Murray rerkins Ira C. Ferkint. 50,000.00. n Vice Prcs't ; E.B Corse, Cashier. Baztku Sfbisos Watxe Mills. Paid for Grain. than ever before. Be grocery house in the the front rank.