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IXlQnorsfor Kansas !
Established 187O.
Ilahdaueb & CO.
300 Main street.
JOPLIN, MO.
ipiIE Oldest and Largest house
'1 in Southwest Missouri.
ALL Goods Warranted Strictly
Straight.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
49-send fou rmcE usT.ea
A. R. Kane,
JEWELER anfl OPTICIAN,
Gregg's Drug Store.
A FIXE ASSORTMENT OF
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
We are tbe local njrcnt for sev
eral lirst class eastern jewel
ry ami silverware house
ami can procure any pootlH
not in our stock on short notice.
"BEN'S '
SHOP
IS LOCATED IN
March's Building,
East Sidk Military Sweet.
WTetyner
DEALER IS
Stable ni Fancy Groceries,
Provisions, Etc.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICES PAID
FOR PRODUCE.
GRAIN AND FEED
Eust Side of Military Street.
THE
Parlor Meat F?Iarket,
J. A. SOUI Trop'r.
FRESH and SALT MEATS
of all kinds.
In new l.uiltlinjr, 'ui Mo or Military
Street, opposite Olilcn's Uakery.
Cash Paid for Hides and Poultry.
H. OHLEN'S
U located iu ni-w building at the old pluce
West Side or MILITARY STREET.
Meals at alfllours, or
Day Board at low rates.
OYSTERS AND ICC CUEA3I
in ilieir nnipcr ano!iH.
LITTERY
STABLE!
Julius Bischofsbergcr, Propr
FIRST CLASS
Turnontu at Iteasonahle ISnte.
ct. w. jonns,
DEALKC IS
Pianos, Organs and
Sewing jflachines.
mcMa Ssedlcs and Kev&lri on End.
I rlil art mm, M than erb vrfaj
Sihh (X. Portland, MkM,wiH rmni-rm
tm. fatl !rnM aaaa ajavk arfcJefc
tbT eaaao.ua ! a kaaM.tfcat will aa
U U JLIiJ Ibr trmm ta f ? ar ?
at n-i-W. Vaaaraaanail TfcaM atari
a .biultr uraa If. AMe
BARBER
BAIBRYaii RESTAURANT
mm
FROM OUIt ITEMIZEIIS.
o
fgtT8IND ifo THE NEWS."!
LOWELL NEWS.
IIT aOM."
M. II. Gardner ami L.C. Fuller of
Baxter were taking in oir city lues
day, -o- C. 11. Lowdennllk of the
Webster Trading Co., Joplin, spent
last Sunday at home, -o- Miss Mary
McKiimey is lioinc. her school having
closed for summer vacation, -o- John
Pickering and wife from tho Friends
settlement on Lightning creek were
tho guests of ilrs. Morgan and held
scmees hero Tuesday evening, -o-Messrs.
Kollogg and Campbell of the
Y. M. C. A. at Columbus held relig
ious services here Saturday evening
and Sunday morning and a service for
men only Sabbath afternoon. The la
dies aN had a meeting in the west
room at 3 p. m. -0- Mrs. Anthony has
sold her residence property on Federal
street to Mr. II am m ott and will build
011 her farm, -o- Miss May Colcau of
Girard was the guest of Miss Retta
Simmons last week relurninsr home
Monday, -o- Miss Florenco Warring
ion gave a very enjoyable party to a
large number of her friends Tuesday
evening. Elegant refreshments were
served about 11 o'clock and all re
turned home voting Miss Florence and
her mother delightful entertainers. -o-A
rumor was brought to us that a
parly for tho benefit of tho widows (?)
and widowers (?) is to be one of the
social affairs of ourHly iu the near
future. We heartily endorse tbe idea
nrovid'.d the orphan's (?) receive their
share of the enjoyment, -o- The Y.
W. C. T. U. are preparing to observe
Thililrcirs Dav" the first Sabbath iu
June. They also intend giving a floral
concert in tho near future, -o- Mrs.
F. M. Fulkerson and J. II. Morgan
arc snioncr tliofo who cxnect to take
tbe Frisco nt Crestline this (Friday)
evening for Mie Friends Quarterly
-Meeting near llanowcll.
I .net of Letters
Remaining in tho post-otllcc at Bax
ter Springs, Kansas, for tho week
o:v.ling May 14, iS'JO, which if net
called for within two weeks will bo
scut to tho dead letter olllco at Wash
ington. 1). C. :
Arthur. Jumps Archov. -Tftinn
ilt nnxit, M m II It Collin, .1 I)
t rmne, Mra tmiua Sim son. Mis Mary
Jou, W r Young, John
Persons callinsr for anv of the above
letters will please say "Advcitiscd,"
giving dato of list.
Vt M. JlAItCIi, I . Al.
A Safe Investment.
Ts onn which is srunrantcecl to brine
you satisfactory results, or in case of
failure a return of purchase price.
.... 1 .. 1 r -
U uus saie piau you cuu uuy nuiu
our advertised druggist a bottle of
Dr. K lug's ilew discovery tor Cou
suinption. It is guaranteed tobnug
rniiir in ovprv rflsfi. when used for anv
wa aa w j m j J - -
afTection of Lungs, or chest, such as
Cousumptiou.lullainmatioiieic. 11 is
plcasaut and agreeable to taste, per
fectly sate, and cau always be de-
petittea upon.
Trial bottles. 10c, at all Drug
Stores. I
IRL K. HICK'S WE.1THE11 I'KOPHET.
The following taken from the "storm
chart" for 18'JO of Rev. Il l 11. Hicks of
St. Louis will prove interesting to
many. Here are bis predictions for
MAY.
The first two or three days of May
will be cloudy and wet and will be
followed up to the reactionary moder
ation about the (Jlh, by cool days and
nights with hard frosts iu many parts
of the country. Be prepared. The
eoninoxes or liotli Mercury ami v 111-
can fall on the 12th, hence expect
about tho lltli, 12th, 13lh and 14th a
succession of hard storms. Tornadoes
at this time will bo tho natural result.
Be on the lookout should angry, elec
trical clouds gather about thefcdays.
Late frosts to t lie norlhwatd will come
after the Klorms of this period. Earth
quakes probable. Secondary disturb
ances about the ISHi. 'II10 equinox 01
Mars falls 011 the 2()th and will inten
sify the storm period from tho 21st to
2ith. This mav be counted a oanger
period. "Watch the 23d, 24th and 25th.
Storms about the 30lh.
; ?'.
When Ceby vu tick, w pie her Cactorh,
When ihewui Child, she cried tor CutorU,
When the became Mm, the dung to CMtoria,
Whra sk tU Cliildren, ibe gin them CMton.
The Lawrence Record thinks poli
ticians should )h riirnisbed with a
nide saddle that loo many of them
ride straddle.
Merit Win.
We desire to say to our citizens,
that for vears we have been selling
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Dr. King's Niw LWe Pills.
Buck1u'a Ari'ica Salve aud Electric
Bitters, and have u'Vfr bandied
remedies that sell as well, or that
bavoi'iveu such uuivcrHHl satisfac
tion. We do not hesitate to guarau
tee them every time, and we stand
ready to refund the purchase price,
ir satisfactory results do not follow
ihr.tr n n. i licBe remedies have won
their great popularity purely on ibelri
merits. or saie h an vm
. . a t A 11 W . . I
Stona. a
The MUUke of the Farmer.
The secretary of the Kansas Board
of Agriculture has been making an
investigation of the cost of producing
the different farm staple of tho state,
says the Globe-Democrat, aud his fig
ures, based upon reports from every
county, form an interesting and in
iitracti vu contribution to the discussion
of the most Important of current in-
austnai problems, lie mm mat uie
cost varies iu different localities, ow
ing to the difference in the yield per
acre and in the rental value of lands.
Taking the state as a wholo tho aver
age cost of growing a bushel of whoat
is 50 cents and of corn 21 cents. The
bulk of both of these products for sev
eral year past has been sold at prices
falling below these figures. Thus it
requires no labored process of arith
metic to show that the Kansas farmers
who have been raising wheat and corn
have lost money ; and (he samo is true
regarding the fanners of Missouri and
Illinois, Iowa and Nebraska. In cer
tain sections of all of these states said
crops have yielded a fair profit; but
generally speaking they havo not paid
expenses. This presents tho whole
situation at a glance, as far as the two
leading western 6tatcs are concerned.
Is it any wonder that men doing busi
ness under such conditions are not
able to pay ott' mortgages as they fall
due or to' nut money in the bank for
future comfort nnd happiness?
It is easy to say that llie larmers are
not to blame because their occupation
hno thus become u 11 remunerative: but
as a matter of strict fact they are
themselves largely responsible for tho
depression which puts them at such a
disadvantage. They have known for
sometime that there was no money iu
wheat and corn, and yet they have
trnnn on m-oducinsr them in tho larg
est possible quantities as if they were
somehow compelled to do so. iney
mijiht nave raised oilier crops lor
which there was a constant and profit
able demand. Their lands could have
been devoted to uses which would
have guaranteed them satisfactory re
turns everv vear. Bv persistimr in the
policy of producii'g year after year
more than was wanted 01 tnet-c two
articles they havo simplv done what
ihev could to make matters worso in
stead of taking judicious steps to im
prove it. The idea that a farmer is
obliged to continue raising wheat and
corn because that has always been tnc
rule will not stand the test of reason
and common sense. In agriculture, as
in every other business, success de
pends upon intelligence. The things
produced must bo adnptcd to the
wants of the purchasing clement. It
is idle lo hope for bctlcr prices so long
as the amount offered is in excess of
the amount desired. To produce more
when there is alivady enough is mere
ly to aggravate tbe evil and not to ic
movo or modify it. If there had been
a proper diversification of crops in the
last thrco or four years tho present
distress would not have coino to pass.
In that sense, therefore, the farmers
are blamable. They missed their op
portunity and failed fa recognize the
necessity of changing their plan of op
erations. The lesson is a severe ore,
but it may prove iu the end to be
most salutary and valuable.
Look After the Little Ones.
S. S. S. is the remedy for children
because it U a simple vegetable com
pound, prepared fioin the roots gath
ered from the forests, and contains no
mineral at all nor any poison of any
kind. It cures by eliminating the im
purities of the . blood, thus assisting
11 h tu re
If there is or has been any consump
Ljoii in vour faiuilv von should give
your children S. S. S. " It will gently
stimulate the action of the lungs and
enable nature to properly develop tho
child. If there U scrofula you should
not fail to pivo S. S. S. It is the only
remedy which has ever cured this dif
ease. For boils, pimples, blotches,
etc., on children, S. S. S. is superior to
all other medicines. It acts gently, it
forces out tho impurities and builds
up the child from the first dose.
We will mail our treatise on the
blood to any who will send ns their
address.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Atlanta, fia.
n 1 neon
C.H.PEARSON & C2.-BALTIMORE.Ma
1USE cQ
1 h 6-
AI.KXASDKU WAKSEn, FreaJJentt
II. U. CUOWKL!., Viua l'relU'l
The Baxter Bank.
rAir UP CAPITAL $50,000.00.
DIRECTORS
11. R. Crowell,
Alexander Warner,
Bcnj.S. Warner,
Does a General Banking Business.
Pays Interest on Time Deposits.
Always has Money to Loan on Satisfactory Security.
rk
Brovers and Farmers
CAPITAL J3B50,000.00.
W. II. HonxoK, Pres't ; C. G. Hokxoh, Vice Prcs't ; E. B Cokse, Cashier.
Does a General Banking Business.
Interest Paid, on Time Ieposits.
John X. Ritteb. L, L. Doibleday
E3-ESTABLISHED I874.-C3
Ritter& Doubleday,
BANKERS,
COLUMBUS, KANSAS. v
TRANSACT A
General Banking Business on a Conservative Basis.
CARPETS,
Picnic Tables,
Baby Buggies,
t Picture Frames,
AT
J, V, U.
Furniture Store.
Terms Cash 'or Installment.
When I ar Cm I do not mean merely to
stop them lor a time, and Umb ba i torn re
tarn again, I mean A RADICAL CLSJE.
1 hare nude the dlacMe
FIT3, EPjT.T:PSY or
FAixma cicnuxcu,
Atlfi-lm; ttodf. I WAXBAffT my remedy to
Came tl wor eases. Uecsaae other bare
ailed t no reaaoe lor not bow recelnnf care.
Seed at once lor a treaue and 1H11 Kottlb
Ot T IKTALUBLB RKMEDr. Gire k-ZPreM
and Poet omoe. It eoau jroa Bothlnj lor a
-t .nJ it ariil rnra Ton. AddrBI
mw. - -
I. Q. ROOT, M.L, I 3 run. iiiiiiw
ISA C. FERKISS. CBUlrrt
BKXJ. 8. WAUSKU, AMl.tunl Cm
L. Jfinray rcrkins
Ira C. Pcrkinf.
12111 V u 1 u
I1EALII1G POWDER.
CURES all OPEN SORES ON ANIMALS
FROM ANY CAUSE. SOKE SHOULDERS,
CUTS. KICKS, ROPE BURNS, SORE
SACKS, SCRATCHES. CUTS FROM
BARB-WIRE FENCES, ETC. NO SMEL1
TO ATTRACT FLIES: DOES NOT BURN)
SORE LIKE LINIMENTS: EASILY AP
PLIED AND ALWAYS READY.
F05 BULNS.CHAFINQ. SORES OR CUTS
ON PERSONS, IT HAS NO EQUAL.
j, 13 wd 50 Ctntt a Bo.
STORES.

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