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V - - Springs Pa Mews. VOLUME IX. BAXTER SPRINGS, CHEROKEE COUNTY, KANSAS, AUGUST 2, 1890. NUMBER 24. i? ,1 'a - .V - , I r MUSI mm THE "OLD RELIABLE" OF CHEROKEE COUNTY Has just added to the largest and most complete stock of Harness, Saddles and harness goods of every description an elegant line of CarrapsJ8!irrfiFS,BBips Pliffilois, Carls, Sjril Wons, Etc. which were bought for SPOT CASH at the lowest prices such goods can he produced for at the factory, and they will be sold at prices so low it will astonish you. e especially invite your attention to an elegant LA DIES' CART finished in nat ural wood and elaborately trimmed. It is the "Ladies' Favorite" and will be sold at an amazingly low figure. Also the best Road Cart in the world for the least mon ey. We will scU you a Cart and Harness at such a small price that walking will not be cheap any longer. Come and see us and we will save you money. J 3a nnp n.nnn YYMULl Baxter Springs, Kansas. BAXTER SPRINGS NEWS. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BV M. H. GARDNER. Hftfe of Sbcriif.io. One coy , one ymr". W J0 One copy, hix months J One copy, three month , J All mibsoripttons payable In 'lviineeanU.il not paid in mlvunr will be charged lor at the rule of 1.!H) per year. Subacrlbers will confer tuvnrliy reporting to ua promptly uny taliure to receive Ihe Nkw. , All kinds of JOB TRIXTINO carefully and promptly attended to. Call andaee peclmena. railroaITtime table. Kanna. City, Fort 8cott & Memphta Builrond Nortu BouwD. Mail and pti8tnger., Pnrienirt-r Locul Height SOCTU IJrtUHO. Mail and puinifur., Local truiuht. ve. ro. I Arrlv I in. n a I 12.1ft a. m. a 00 p. ro. 4.4(1 p. m. 12 15 a. m, 9 15 a. m. Denurt 10.12 a. m 12 J5. m. J. (Hi p.m. 4.46 p. m. 12 15 u. m. 0.15 a m. niwl nuainirer trains run dully: freight daily except Kimduy. Mail clooesat post-olllce in minute before train time. liaxter and Cliutopa Mail and Buck Line. Tuesday, Thursday and Sutunlii v. Leaves Bax ter lp! m. KeelvilleS.80; Melrose 4; and arrives at Clietopa at6 o'clock p m. Meets t IV eve BAXTER No. 71 & A.M., Neosho street lis first and third Alon- eveningi of each month ut JjjjTSIU. ISIHIIS nnjllireu iruicr- liuut illVIICU. IRA. C. lKitKiX8, W. M. S. II. Mir Tit. Ro.. CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. New supply of prizo baking powder at Cooper & ilodskins'. $2.50 buys a tine kid shoe at Cooper's worth $3.00 in any market. Headquarters for watermelons U at Bkewstf.u Bito.' Grocery. Sec our $2.50 glazed kid shoe before vou buy elsewhere. It is the best bar gain ever offered in a shoe in this mar ket. All sizes and styles, Common Sense, Castillion and Opi'ia Heel and Toe. J. M. Cooper's. Lemons, oranges, bananas and good stock of fresh candies on hands for August 1st, at J. II. Humphrey's. Still you get 13 fl.s. granulated, 14 lts best light brown aud IS fts of ex tra dark brown sugar for $1 at Cooper & Hodgkiss'. Entirely new styles in corsets just received at J. M. Cooper's. A few nice stylish suits at cost at J. li. Tucker's for a few days. Bargains in ladies' and gents' un derwear, to close out. J. M. Cooper. At Cost to Close. A few nice summer suits at J. R. Tucker's. "White dress goods. Swiss and Ham burg embroideries now offored at re duced prices. J. M. Cooper. The popular $2 shoo at Tucker's still leads. 5000 BUSHELS OATS WANTED! Inquire of G. E. Davis & Son, Bax ter Springs. Nothing better, if as good, as the popular shoe for $2 at J. R. Tucker's. Largo supply of new tinware just arrived at Cooper & Hodgkius'. $2.50 buvs the best women's 6hoe ever sold in the state for the price ; the best fitting and most durable aud every pair warranted, at uooper's. Milk Shake, Lemouade and Soda Water at Brewster's. ' Our $2.00 shoe still has tho lead. Every pair warranted. J. M. CoorER. Buy your dry goods, boots, shoes, haU, caps, etc, at the Green Front Store, as they are receiving weekly an invoice of goods. There you can find anything you want from a 5 cent hat to a $10 dress. They handle nothing but the best of boots and 6hocs. To satisfy yourself give them a trial. They aNp have a lot of trunks which they will sell you at cost. A. M, Feake & Co. . 500 styles of suspenders at very low prices. J. M. Cooper. Fre6h lemons at Tyner's. SUMMER HATS AT COST! Mrs. W. W. Smith is closing out the list of her summer millinery at cost. niDES AND CHICKENS! Highest market prices in ca6h paid by J. M. Exglibh & Co." New line or men's aud boy's hats at J. R. TuckcrV. Go to Mrs. V. W. Jones for cheap hats. Selling at cost to clear out stock. See Tucker's new line of men's and boy's hats before buying.- L. C. Goodner will pay the highest market orice for butcher's stock. In quire at Drovers and Farmers batik. Only oue freezer was . "blue John." Moonlight ptenlcs arc a$ the rage these beautiful ufgbts. The river is nearly as low now as it was any time last season. "August 1st is the day we celebrate," said one watermelon to another. Work was resumed on the new Christian church Tuesday morning. The number of watermelons in town yesterday was wonderful to behold. Found. A vest. Owner can have it by descrlblug and paying for this notice. Rev. A. R. Miller, who baa been quite ill for the past two weeks, is slowly recovering. Prof. C. S. Bowman and wife are rosily ensconced in the Duncan prop erty on Main street. No reunion meeting was held last Wednesday evening ou account of the verv slim attendance. It makes no diflereuce what man ner of celebration it is, the noble red man of the forest is always on hand. Tensions were granted to Leonard C. Wilbur of Baxter Springs and George W. Anderson of Columbus on Tuesday. James Moore and James Johnson of Columbus and Mary S. Capron of Te hama were each granted a pension lust Saturday. .' The city marshal impounded two stray horses last Saturday. Wednes day th?y were claimed by parlies liv ing at Belleville, Mo. The last day of February and the 4th of July always occur on the same day of the' week. The same is true of Mayday and Christmas. There will be no services at the rresbyteriau church on Sunday. Rev. 'M. Marshall is unable to be present before Augu&t 10th. State Auditor Tim McCarthy says nothing but 8ickncd'UCalh or being out of the state wilCpreveut him from attending the Baxter reunion. The . Galena Times being a good rlmnnerRii naner we wonder wliv it does not get a portion of those sheriff's sales. The Star courier seems 10 nave a "sincb" on them. Few ladies consider that they carry some 40 or 50 miles of hair on tneir beads; the fair-haired maiden may even have to dress 70 miles of threads of gold every morning. Acting uDon the advice of the News of last week. Mr. George Folster treat ed the band boys to a goodly supply oi cigars and tho band girl to chewing gum last Saturday night. Mr. A. F. Merker, late of Paola, Kas.. has located in oar city and opened a tailor shop in the Daniels building, over Jjrewwers grocery store, we welcome Mr. Alerter to our midst. The News is in receipt of a compli mentary ticket to the grand Btaud fu WeirCitv SDortman's Park for the gamoof base ball betweou tho club of that city and the uswego nine io-mor-row. Thanks Someone presented Weldy with a whole freezer full of ice cream. My, what foolhardiuess! Weldy might have eaten euoosrh to have killed him. It makes us 6hiver wheu we think of it the cream we mean. Will Cofer was arrested on Sunday light for assaulting Jell' Long and re leased on boud. "Wednesday after- inon Im war limnrht before Police Judge English and fined $10 and costs, iu all $13.50. The amount was paia. ti, foditrnl at Snrincfi Park Thurs- X Uw ivoii - J" C law ittvltf far th a hnnofit of the citv library was largely attended and well patronized. About $20 was netted. The band furnished music for the oc casion. An enjoyable cveuing was spent. Wonder where the business men and those who should be interested in the coining reuniou were last Wednes day evening that more ofuhem did not attend the meeting? Judging from their actions we take it that they either do not care for & reunion this fall or want one or two men to do all the work. - A grand timewas enjoyed by the children as well as the older ones of the Methodist Sunday Svhool last Wednesday iu Springs Park. Well filled baskets were brought and a sumptuous fet&t spread. The day was spent in innocent sports and amuse ments which wero participated in by all present.- IBEX SOAP the best 5c soap on the market at W. E. Tyner's. Go to Bald win's for bargains. TheMLighhiing"fruitjaristhe boss. Try tbcm at McElhlney's new stoic, Decorated Qceensware ! The lat est styles and lowest prices new stock just received at J. J. Osborn'a. . The place to buy hay forks, machine oil and the celebrated easy running and durable McCormick mower is at J. J. Fribley's. J. II. Humphrey's Is headquarters for berries, fruits and vegetables. T. B. McElhiney invites tho public to call and see bis new stock of cook stoves, hardware and tinware. Fresh lemons at Brewster's grocery. Good fresh butter ou ice at J. II. Humphrey's; The "Golden Gem" cook stove at McElhiney 's is the best aud cheapest in the market. Fire back warranted for five yearsj G. G. Gregg can supply tho trade with machine oils of the best quality ; also a complete stock of drugs, medi cines, white lead aud linseed oil, mix ed paints, glass and putty, druggists' sundries, etc., all at fair prices. Every thing guaranteed. Prescriptions made a specialty. We keep everything in the grocery line. J H. Humphrey. Fine glass coal oil cans for 35c each at W. E. Tyner's. Go to Baldwin's for bargains. Fine rye bread at Ohlcn's. Tucker still leads them all with the popular $2 shoe. VINEGAR! VINEGAR! If you want tho finest white or claret or pure cider vinegar call at Brewster Bros. Cash Grocery. Ice Cream and Milk Shake at Oh Icn's every day. Good package coffee 28c a lb. or 2 lbs. tor boc at i yners. Try Baldwin's alliance system store. A new supply of teas at Cooper & Hodgkius'. Go to Ohlcn's restaurant and get a dish or quart of delicious ice cream. Try Mokaska Baking Powder at J. f ttrAirstpr'a Cash Grocery and get a chance to draw a fine diamond ring. Milk shake every day at Ohlen's. Try Baldwin's alliance system store. HIDES ! HIDES! HIDES ! Take your hides to J. A. Sour. He will pay you the highest market price. Call at Brewster's grocery and get a nound of the Japanese Basket Tea, and a handsome Japanese segment basket. Best gasoline aud coal oil at McEl- hiuey's. JUST RECEIVED a fino line of canned fruits, fancy crackers, pre serves, extracts, fancy soaps, etc., at BREWSTER'S UKULXUl. Fine iellv classes as cheap as the cheapest at'W. E. Tyner's. To Ocr Customers : Wa will meet anv prices made on goods iu our line in this city or in any of the neighboring towns. J. J. Usiiorx, rue urocer. CANDIES! CANDIES ! We carry a full slock of W. A. Mount & Go's, best candies. J. J. OSBORK. Dried beef at Brewster Bros. The celebrated Selz shoe at Cooper's has no equal in stylo and price. Try them and you will buy no oilier. Every pair warranted. Wo have a full stock ot qneensware cheap. J. J. Osbors. CAPITO'S CITY BAKERY. Fresh bread, cakes, pies, eta, every dav. Lunch, cigars, tobacco, nuts and frnits in season. Lunch or meals at Ohlen's. Come and see our new stock of fan cy candies. Brewster uros. ljash urocert. We will have fresh vegetables lrom now on at bottom prices. Bbewsteb Bros. Cash Grocmy. Special bargains in Smyrna rngs at Harvey's Funitnre fctore. A beautiful piece of music given away with every dollar's worth of goods at pre wster Eros. Cash urocery. Judge J. D. McCue in chambers at Independence last Monday granted an injunction against the club room, bet-' ter known as tho Rangatoo Guards headquarters) that has been iu opera Hon in this city for some time past. The parties against whom the injunc tion is brought aro Mrs. Elizabeth Naylor and J. C. Naylor, lessors of the building, aud I. Schurlciu aud W. P. John, keepers of tho room. Tho pa pers were served by Sheriff Babl( Tuesday morning and a padlock put' upon the door. Ben Nelson was arrested by City Marshal Donaldson Sunday night about 11 o'clock on the charge of car rying a concealed weapon. He was lodged in jail till Monday morning when he was brought before Police Judge English. He pleaded guilty and was fined $10, the lino and costs amounting to $15.85, in default of payment of which he was committed to jail. The marshal is permitting him to work the amonnt out upon the streets. W. H. Timberlake, the great repub lican mognl of this county, is getting rather vacillating in liis old days. Iis went up town the other morning de claring bis intention of affiliating with ' tho democratic party aud wrote a let ter to Congressman Perkins telling him that the Columbus post office was at his disposal. The next day Tim was back in the republican party, but the day following he was an out and out prohibit ionist. We have not heard of him being in the alliance parly yet. Mr. Luther Harvey, living two miles northwest of Baxter, placed the News office under many obligation yesterday morning by tho presents tion of as fine a watermelon as we have seen this Reason aud when we say that we mean what we say. It was of tho Cuban Queen variety and weighed about 35 pounds. Au ice cream festival was given at the residence of Mr. Win. Buchan three miles southwest of Baxter last Tuesday evening for the benefit of tho Presbyterian church of this city. The grounds were beautifully ornamented with Chiucso lanterns. A largo num ber were present. Services at the M. E. church again. Wm. Wilson of Columbus, a popular . temperance-Bud Sunday school evan gelist, will conduct the services at the Methodist church at 11 a. m. next Sunday. The Epworth League will occupy the evening. Sec the program. Dr. Winter of Columbus was called in consultation with Dr. Griffiu Mon day in the case of Rev. Miller's sick ness. The consultation was harmoni ous, tne treatment was pronounced correct and recovery in sight, which verd'et is being verified. Miss Mollie Garrett gave a social party to a number of her young lady and gentlemen friends at the residence of Mrs. Seaman last Monday evening. The time wa spent very pleasantly -' playing croquet aud other amuse- mcuts. OBITUARY. James E. Griffin, whose death was announced last week, was born near Baltimore, Md., March 18th, 1S14, married in 1851 at Frccport, Pa., lived iu Minnesota for a time prior to com ing to Cherokee county, Kaii., iu 1SC7, where he has since resided, eigut miles west of Baxter Springs, until his death on July 25th, 1890. The com panion of his entire married life, with four children, survive him. One ha gone who was a proven friend to the needy, stranger and orphan. Many kind words aro spoken of him. NEW TAILOR SHOP. I have opened a tailor shop in tho Daniels building, over Brewster's gro cery store, and am prepared to do all ' kinds of work in my lino. Give too ft trial. Workmanship guaranteed first class. Merker, the Tailor. A GRAND SCHEME. Webster's Unabridged Dictionary aud Encyclopedia giccn awoy at Cooper's. Call and get a card and procure one of these valuable books. . List oi Letters Remaining lu tho post-office at Bax ter Springs, Kansas, for tho week ending July 30, iKJO, which it net . called lor within two weeks will bo scut to the dead letter office at Wash ington.!). C: Wilaon, Bert Ktndrll, J. iiarrcnu, Mrs. Mary 3 . Sinning, MiM Clur ('.) i'visoiiscalling for any ot tne abow loiters will plcaso say Advertised," giving date of list. WM.MAECH,r.M. W i ml, Josrph Thompson, U. M. tintton, Kq. J. C, Jrlkt, Jennie TRY BREWSTER BROS. CA: GROCERY FOR FIRST CLA: GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. The popular $2 shoo at J. R. 7: er is still the favorite agshift t-'A V - .V' i r .t' ' i. 1 -V I- it X -; I i. ft 1 'I i ' i V si'. ; .: S. 1 - .; f, ' -v - - . .? .A... V V r-v.