Newspaper Page Text
V c ; J; VOLUME IX. BAXTER SPRINGS, CHEROKEE -COUNTY, KANSAS, JUNE 7, 1890. NUMBER 16. pMfEt mm, J" ! " BAXTER SPRINGS NEWS. PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATURDAY T V. H. GARPKKB. Rates of Subscription. One eopy, one year Si Um copy, fix month One oouy, three months M All subscriptions payabls la ail-anee end all not paid ! advance will be charged Ipr f ate of $1.10 per year. Snbscrlbers will eonfer laror by reporting to as promptly any failure to reoelve Me Naws. . All kind of JOB PBINTINO carefully and promptly attended to . Call and aee sprctmens. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Kansas Cr, Fort Scott Memphis Ballroad u.n ..4 nuunnr .1 M 01a.m. 1 10.08 a. m iJxGT. " I ll .to . m. ll.u . m. U.llanilnMnr...l 1.18 0. Bt. I 4.48 P. SB. Sntrvu Rnnwn. Lolfr;i":.r.:..l n-0. m. lil tf a m MaU and passenger trains ran dally fw'ffh dally exoepl8unUy . Mall clows at post-odlee SO minutes before train lime. Baxter and Chetopa Mail land Hack Tuesday, Thnraday and Satnrday . Leo-es ax terlp! ro.t KeeWeS.IOj Melroee 4; and arrirea at Chetopa at o'clock p m. nAYTFTl I i No. 71 . - I I J A. r. A. M., Neoaho afreet. H Meets the first and third lion- i2r Amm iinira f ar.h mnnth at 7:lfi. Visllinx brethren frater nally Inrltea. IRA C. PiBxncs, W. M. S. H. Mfrrn. See. CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. I have aold my tinner's tools, pumps and gasoline stoves to my former part ner, Mr. T. B. McElhiney. I do not Sropose to handle these goods. Mr. cElhiney is an expert In the man aowment nf numns and it one of the best tinsmiths in southern Kansas. If you need anything in his line I am sure be will give you satisfaction. J. J. Fbibley. A BARGAIN! 20 pieces choice figured satteens to close out at 12)$ cents a yard, former ly worth 20c, 2ac and 35c at J. M. Cooper's. I am now located in my now room and ready for business. Come in and see me. J. J. Fbibley. B. F. Crowell is at borne now. Shop open and all kiuds of machines re paired as nsual. Every description or repair furnished. ' ' I have sold my tin shop to Mr. T. B. factured tinware as I can buy and sell this class of goods for a much lower price than I can make it. J. J. Fbibley. The latest styles of fancy white goods in the city can be found at , J. M. Cooper's. We carry full line of all kinds of fresh fruits .which you will always Hud on band. BBEW8TEB BR08. CaSII GROCERY. New ginghams, white goods, prints, etc., just received this week at J. M. Cooper's. No mistake about machines being repaired at B. F. Cowell's shop. Mrs. Stark is clearing out her stock of millinery at less than cost. Also a beautiful line of satteens, unsurpassed in quality, and no two dresses alike going at" cost Also a fine line of gloves, laces, etc - J. II. Humphrey is always ahead on all foreign and domestic fruits of the season. Gentlemen who wish a genuine im ported handkerchief call next week at Mrs. Starts. Strated. One gray mare 8 years old. Literal reward for information sent to Wm. March, Baxter Springs, Kan. From now on we will keep choice butter on ice. It will be nice aud clean. ' J. II. Humphrey. Plenty of tip top German millet seed for sale all through the mouth of T W JUnC il. J. C SIBLEY. Just received a fresh line of pure sugar candies and full line of foreign fruits, very choice, at J. H. Humphrey's. Fob Sale. 25 good shoata. In quire at L. C. Wilbur's on Tar Creek. VINEGAR 1 VINEGAR! If you want the finest white or claret vinegar call at Brewster Bros. Cash Grocery. Fob Sal. llalf-clrcle double-feting Whitney Hay Tress in good shape by W. A. Bramak, . ' Neutral, Kan. , We bars a nlco line of trunks and Tallies which we will sell at cost for the next month. A. M. Teake Co. All parties knowing themselves in debted to J.-West & Co. are requested to call at the city meat market imme diately and make settlement Overalls and Jeans pants the best and cheapest at A. M. Peake & Co', Galena is to have a uew grand op era house. v " Baxter Springs is becoming noted for her fine homes. W. E. Price begau bis work as cen sus enumerator promptly' Monday morning. Dnrimr the present season none but tho wealthy can aflbrd to let their chunk or ice melt tor nair a aay on me front steps. W. W. Scott and others have erect ed several box stalls for race horses aud placed them at the track north west of town. The man who whistles all the time is generally of a cheerful disposition himself, but he makes the whole neighborhood sad. Oddly enough, the sweeter a girl is the less likely she is to have flies on her, in the estimation of the young men or the village. Mnn who tell their wives thev are so busy they cannot find time to go to church will sit on a log ior noun waiting for a bito and with silent pa tience and with bated breath. Children's Day will be observed with appropriate services and decora tions at the M. E. church next Sunday morning and evening. Collection for the cause of christian education. The first cheese made bv the Baxter Springs butter and cheese factory ap peered on tho market this week. It is rich and palatable, but hardly "cured" enough yet to have just the right taste. The Parsons public schools will vis it our city to-day on a special train of six coaches to enjoy a picnic in ana about our numerous groves. Let all who can join them and aid in making the day a pleasant one for all. Prof. Clark closed bis second term of music at Blue Mound May 28. He says that out of 86 classes taught by him the Blue Mound is the first school taught where all subscriptions were paid in full for both terms and no kicking. The Yonusr "People's Society of Christian Endeavor of the Presbyteri an church will hold a social on the lawn at Mrs. Van Aruam's next Toes- day evening, June 10. Ice cream and cake will be served. A cordial invi tatiou is extended to all. The Elm Tree school closed Wednes day, May 28, with a delightful picnic held in Job Renders grove. The day was beautiful and the children nearti- Iv enjoyed their outing. After the fine dinner an Interesting but brief litera ry program was given very acceptably. The Peoria MluIusrCo. will leave Baxter late this evening for their field of operations about nine miles south east of this city and on or about sunrise Monday morning will fire the first gun heralding the birth of a new mining camp ana possibly a new city. Good luck to 'em. Cn. XL P. Jdcfirpsror. -our Bob." has. hv meana nf a ttmerv letter to the de partment commander, secured the use or two nunarea tents ior me soiaiers reuuion at Baxter Springs the coming fall. This whs dona Inst In the niche of time and the colonel deserves great . a f a a La creait ior ms loreinougat. Chsnsres in places of business have taken place with, we might say, "alarming" frequency in Baxter during tho past three weeks. Mr. Fribley moved his hardware store to the south room or tne uecx ouuaing nA ih mom he vacated will be occu pied by Mr. McElhiney with a tin ware aim Hardware store, v jut. Hum phrey moved to the north room of the koAtitz block and the room he vacated is occupied by Mr. Capito with bis battery ana restaurant, jar. Arm strong has moved his feed store to the wst side and other cnanges are oeing talked of. Last Friday A. D. Reed and wife Dora Reed stole two horses with sad dles at Pittsburg and came south. They stopped at the house of Mrs. Dardiue on Five Mile creek southeast of this city aud traded one of the ani mals to her. Soon after a man named Parker, a neighbor, happened along that way and Mrs. Dardine told . him of the trade. He looked at the animal mi inM hr that it wu a stolen one and that be had seen two men in Ga-J lena that day looking for a. couple of horses. They had given him a de scription of the missing animals and Parker reoognired this one as being nn nf t ham. Ha and vonns Dardine then took the trail and overhauled the thieves in the Miami reserve. All parties recovered their property. John Jones went aown ana orougai mem to this city where he turned them over to the Pittsburg authorities. Reed and wife, it is said, belonged to the Salvation Army. - Salt $1.15 per barrel, Bacon 8c, Cof fee 25c, Lard 9c, Rolled Oats 7 lbs, for 25c, Coal OH 15c per gallon at Bald win's Alliance System Grocery. We have received another invoice of the celebrated 12 shoe. AM. Peaki & Co. Ice Cream and Milk Shakb at Oh len's every day, j Examine our $3 shoe before buying. A.M. Peaxe & Co.M Good package coffee. 28c a lb. or 2 lbs. for 55c at Ty iter's. Have yon seenj the $L50 shoe ibr men and womeaat A. M. Peaks & Co's. T. W. Edwards' city dairy gives you 26 quarts of pure milk for 1 ; sour milk 8c a gallon. '. H. Ohlen will open up the ice cream season to-morrow. Go to W. E. Tyner's every time for the worth of your money in groceries. Go to Ohlen's restaurant and get a dish or quart of delicious ice cream. Pure, clean sweet milk delivered anywhere in the city at 26 quarts for $1 by ' T. W. Edwabds. narvey has just received a job lot of carpet remnants lvtp yds. each. Now is your time tpget a rug or crazy carpet. , - . LADIES, ATTENTION! Call and see the fine line of new hats, ribbons, flowers and laces Just received. vMb-.W. W. Smith. G. G. Gregg, the wholesale and re tail druggist, will supply the trade with all the popular patent medicines of the day, drugs and chemicals, paints, oils, glass, druggists' sundries aud everything belonging to a legiti mate drug business, all at reasonable prices for first quality of goods. Pre scriptions a specialty. Try Mokaska Baking Powder at J. M. Brewster's Cash Grocery and get a chance to draw a fine diamond ring. Fourteen pounds light brown sugar for $1 at W. E. Tyner's. Milk shake every day at Ohlen's. 2(MMi varda Merrimack prints at 5c per yard j former price 7c, at Cooper's. " niDESl HIDES! HIDES! " Take your hides to J. A. Sour. He will pay yon the highest market price. Para Iowa white clover candied honey, 15c a pound, 2 for 25c at UBEWSTEB 8 UBOCEBT. See Cooper's plow shoe for $1. It knocks out anything lu tne county ior the price. . 7 . - ... m See the nice liue of women's and misses' russet slippers at Cooper's. JUST RECEIVED a fine line of canned fruits, fancy crackers, pre serves, extracts, rancy soaps, etc., at Tn flnn flnftTOVERS : We will meet any prices made on roods in our line in this citv or in any of the neighboring towns. j.j. usBORN, tub urocer. CLOTHING 1 CLOTHING ! CLOTH ING! Still going at a great reduction in price to close it out at J. M. Cooper's. CANDIES! CANDIES ! We carry a full stock of W. A. Mount & Co's. best candies. .' J.J. OSBORK. The largest and best assorted line of men's, women's, misses' and children's shoes to be found in the city at y J. M. Cooper's. ' Dried beef at Brewster Bros. The celebrated Selz shoe at Cooper's has no equsj I?C style and pri0e. Try them .aud yp'o will buy no other. Every pair warranted. Pure milk delivered in any part of the city. . W. H. Cooley. A new lino of hats at Cooper's. Call and see them. LADIES! LADIES! See Mrs. W. W. Jones' new stock of millinery goods, gloves and tritumiugs before bnviDsr. Everything new aud pwtty and prices low. Come and see our new stock of fan cy candies..- i Brewster heps, uabh urocery. ' Pure sweet milk 12 cenu per gallon. Sour milk Scents per gallon. , . I, W. 11. Cooley. A full stock tip plow shoe at Coop er's for lil- Fine rye brsad at Oblen'a. " CAFITOB CITY BAKERY. Fresh bread, cakes pies, eta, every day. Lunch, cigars, tobacco, nuts and fruits seasou. ALMOST A KCBDEK. Last Friday John Quspaw and Frank Buck, two Quapaw Indians, living on the Quapaw reserve south of this city sold a steer and went to Seneca where they purchased a gallon of Missouri tanglefoot and returned to the reservation, going to the home of one Autoine Greenback, another Qua paw, arivlng there about day light Sat urday morning. The three began drinking freely of the whiskey and it is said Ouspaw and Greenback became involved in a quarrel during which Quapaw struck Greenback on the head with a hickory club about four feet long. He also struct him across the breast and other parts of the body. It wss thought Greenback was fatally hurt, but he is alive and may recover. Quapaw and Buck were arrested by Deputy United States Marshal John Jones and brought to this city where their preliminary trial was held in Commissioner Daniels' court. The ebarge was assault with intent to kill. Bock was held as an accessory. Being unable to give bond they were com mitted to Jail. Oar City library. As we omitted the notice of the li brary contributions last week we will give the contributors names now for both weeks: Contributions have been received during the past two weeks from Mrs. G. G. Gregg, Mrs. Cap Price, Mrs. Anna D. Crowell, W. E. Tyner and U. R. Crowell. The general attendance is from 20 to zb each evening. Tne interest is cer tainly increasing. The need of this reading room has long been felt in Baxter and we hope all will so inter est themselves that those to whom the general work and oversight falls upon will feel more encouraged to goon with the work. To the many boys who have not as yet availed themselves of the privilege of the reading room we would say, do not come to the door, as yon do now, and look in, bnt the next evening the room is open walk in. You will be welcome and after the first evening spent in looking over or reading the many papers, magazines and books you will find waiting for you there yon will want to come again. Surely when anything ia free and for you, yon should come and come willingly. The Grand Oriental High Priest of the Ancient Urder or Melcbisedec wili visit St Louis to negotiste with the Anheuser Busch Brewing Co. for the delivery of 50 esses Original Packages to be delivered by July 1st for our an nual feast. The captain of the Range too Guard will have charge of the or der until our worthy high priest re turns. Sanacrapab, K. L. W., Treasurer. Scribe. NEW HARDWARE STORE. rhave opened a hardware store and tin shop at the old stand, where I will sell all kinds of hardware and every thing pertaining to the hardware trade at the lowest possible prices. Tin work of all kinds a specialty. I have come to stay and I want yon to come and see me. T. B. McElhiney. Jersey Boll 18 months old from the "Stevens" (Lowell herd); also calf 6 months old, both pure blood stock, ror sale on easy terms. Apply to C C. Carutb, one milo north of city, or to N. J. Van Ar nam, Sherman street A GRAND 8CHXXZ. Webster's Unabridged Dictionary and Encyclopaedia given away at Cooper's. Call and get a card and procure one or these valuable boots. A beautiful piece of music given away with every dollar's worth of goods at Brewster Bros, cash Grocery. Fresh garden seeds at W. E. Tyner's. TRY BREWSTEr"bROS. CASH GROCERY FOR FIRST CLASS GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. We have a full stock of queensware Cheap. J. J. 08BOBN. ORANGES AND LEMONS . Fresh at W. E. Tyber's. SENECA MILLS FLOUR AT BREWSTER BROS. CASH GRO CERY. - T. r flnnAne will n. f h MrrVlPst market nrice for batcher's stock. In quire st Drovers and Farmers bank. Remember, I buy my goods for SPOT CASH and will sell you har ness of every description cheaper than von can buy elsewhere, at the old reli able Pioneer Harness Shop of Chero kee county. J. B. Oppebman. BAKING POWDER FIVE CENTS A CAN AT W. E. TYNER'S. Remember the News oGcc for fine job work. 1 FROM ouu mcmzEns. LOWELL STATION. , Mr. Cyras Osboru of Indiana is vte Ring relatives and friends here, -o-Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Willard arrive I a week ago last Thursday. They will spend some time in the vicinity, -o-Dr. Newlon was the guest of Chllon Carter last Saturday and Saturday night -o- The strawberry festival, Ereviously mentioned in the News, to e held in New by Uodson's grove, was a success as nearly as the weather would permit The rain spoiled Ibe S-ove for picnicking and speaking, but ewby assisted by others soon had the barn, which ia large, comfortably seated and Dr. Newlon had his pic tures of insects and their manner of sapping plants and trees arranged aud a very interesting meeting was held. EI wood Harvey, president of the horticultural society, gave some of the objects of the association. - Then the doctor gave a very plesssnt and profitable talk on insects and their work. His lecture was a great treat for us. The society adjourned to meet the last Saturday in June at Henry Harvey's. I came near forget ting the strawberry part of the meet ing. The ladies prepared tho supper on tables in the yard and it did look gorgeous with the bread and butter, pie aud cake in the center and dishes of fine red strawberries all around the outside. The call had just been made for supper when down came the rain again. Everybody gathered np all he could carry and ran for shelter. The srentlemen were equal to the occasion again and soon had the seats convert ed into tables in the barn. Everyone seemed to enjoy the occasion. The same evening there was a strawberry supper at Mrs. Scott's which was such a success another was held at the same place Tnesday night ; there was anoth er at WiU Mitchell's Thursday night, -o- School cloaed Friday of thia week with a little picnic for the children which they enjoyed very much. Miss Rose has taught nearly eight months very satisfactorily, fo- We under stand theweddingof Elwood Hawortli and Mary Jessup will occur this even ing, -o- Mrs. Shields and Mrs. Men- r denhall went out to Thomas Shields'' last Friday on account of the illness of his little daughter. They returned home Saturday and reported the little one better, -o- Mr. Fred B. Willard will irive a lecture at bur school hoot this (Saturday) evening on tne suDject of phrenology. LOWELL NEWS. Those who attended the festival given by the L. L. L. say it was a very pleasant affair and a financial success, -o- Several of our young people attended the festival at Frank lin Satherwaite's Saturday evening and at Mrs. Scott's Toesdsy evening and report very enjoyablo evening -o- J. J. Hart and daughter enter tained a few select friends Monday . O 1 1 1 t- r evening, -o- x. o. iwansaTcu ana am fair one took in the show at Joplla Saturday, -o- E. J. LggU, Will,. v. .. linn r T i uriages ana wiu uox nggea up lar?e covered wagon which was drawn by fonr horses and filled with loyal young people Decoration Day to assist in the services at Baxter. They took a goodly supply ot floral pieces wreaths, crosses, etc., and took, a prominent part in decorating tho grarea and thought Baxter's floral ' contributions very small, -o- Jere miah Hubbard preached Just such a sermon as the children like (and the grown np children, too,) Sunday -morning. He also addressed an ap' preciative audience in the evening, -o- ju rm. n ill. niviur ui uuiliid is ucru helping to care for ber mother, grand ma McDonald, who ia slowly iraprov proving. -o- Alfred Lowdermilk of Rich Hill paid a flying visit to his parents Tuesday returning Wednes day, ne was accompanied by his mother who will visit there a while. Master Andy also went borne with . hia father. -o- Itlaa If and Jnsllca left Mondsv for her borne in Grenola. o- Misses Florence Warrington and Jes- . sle Fulkerson are visiting friends in Baxter this week, -o- Mr. and xirs. Fulkerson are in Montana this week, but will return Saturday for a few days longer stay with us. T. W.Mur- nv toot a load of their nousenoid. goods to Montana Wednesday, -c Walther Von Wedell has a newcar-rinp-n the finest r!r Id tovn. -o- Rev. and Mrs. Bramhall were calling on frienda here Wednesday, -o- Miss L'l la Dowell's young friends gave her a surprise Tuesday evening, it being ber eleventh birthday, -o- A. H. Dowdl is repairing and improving bis kiln. -o- Moore, Cox & Co. contemplate building a mammoth elevator here thia season, and we are sure of a rail road and hope for manyotfcT ii proremeiits, among them a IV.. mectlnz boose. -- E. J. Lc- ;t v ciU on you soon, prying ista s.;i y- r afTalr. in fact the raost tr.":u' man la the townsb: but you -m got to SQiwcr tin.