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, ! ' UfcV' 1 V,' , 1 v. , y-m -' Mii . . .-V) ) , r , r,n .'' - St;"' . I t fV;.' L.t. 'iv , 5 -2, . . Vy J - 1 .1 -M. f i 2 i Lmnois for Kansas ! EatablitlMd ilfl. LANDAUER & CO. 300 Main itrtct, JOPLIN.MO. rnilE Oldest and Largest bouse 1 in Southwest Missouri. I LL Goods Warranted Strictly it Straight. Satisfaction guaranteed. .8-SEND FOR PRICE UST.-t A. R. Kane, JEUaM OPTICIAN, Gregg's Drug Store. CP A FIXE ASSORTMENT OF Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. V I XV are the local ag-cnt for acr- eral flmtciaiweaiitcrn jowei- ry and silverware lioiwe ana cau procure any good not (n our stock on short notice. BEN'S SHOP ' IS LOCATED IN March's Building, East Side Military Struct. W.E.TYNER DEALCU IN W nil Fwy Groceries, Provisions, Etc. "HIGHEST MARKET TRICES PAID FOR PRODUCE. GRAIN AND FEED East Side of Military Street THE Parlor Heat Market, . J. A. SOUB, Prop'r. FRESH and SALT MEATS of all kinds. In new balldin?, eaot side of Military btreer, oppoane uihbii oavrj. Cask Paid for Hides and Poultry. H. OHLEII'S BAMM RESTAURANT U lolwl bntliUai th old plaet West Side or MILITARY STREET. Meals at all Honrs, or " Day Board at loir rates. OYSTERS AND ICE CREAM lu their proper seasons. Julius Bischofsberger, Propr FIRST CLASS Turnouts at Reasonable Rates. DIALER IX Pianos, Organs and Sewing Llachines. SUe&U m1i aa4 JUpalra ta Eaao It II I 1 1 fcCt,Ni.)ii,g. wM )anM tat TMtk.iMM 5oS V s. Oh 2.3 BARBER fMWMfMrflNiMlMM AAl FROM OUR ITESIIZEItS. tCySKND US THE KXWS.t UVKLL BTATIOV. The public sales of C W. Ilsrrey and Jeae Ilodson, beld respecUTeiy on Thuradav and Saturday of laat week. were well amended and most things sold for their ralue. Mr. Harvey and family took the train Monday evening for Pittsburgh, Pa. Ills son Adolphus and daughter Gertie will attend col- lege at westtown, near Philadelphia, where an older brother has been for two years. He has beeu promoted and la an assistant teacher tnis vear. X - Knnh and Hatharine Carter. New by and Martha ilodson, rercy cox ana her two sons aud Allie Scott were among the number who started east Monday evening. James Bryan, a twiitfUv iifr tftntArswl tnftn vhft hut vw wa .u j wuai wav v m - been in the employ of C W. Harvey tor several years, was msrrica m uix ter Springs Monday to Miss M. C. Burnett, after which thevesme to Mr. Harvey's place, accompanied oy a nnmW nt iollv frlanda. where a brl- W J W " f " dal faast nras nranarad and narticloat. ed in by C.W. and family, after which th nrttmlaM were artven Into the stew ardship or the young rosrnea coupie for the ensuing year. Mr. and Mrs. Knotts of Cherokee are visiting Mr. Carr and familr. Mr. and Mrs, Larkins, from western Kansas, came some time sgo to her parents. She is atavinr with her mother while her father. Mr. Jonas, his father and her huRband have gone on a trip to uku- fr ami Xfrm. Knrdvke of the drouth stricken district of Kansss are at Ed. Carev' and looking for a farm to rent. -S. D.Osborn came home the last of last week sick, bnt is better at present. The Lester family are improving slowly. Lew Ilsrvey has been very low witu me typnoia fever, tlia crisis not oast at tbo present writing. "What do you call your girl?" is the salutation given Will PearMifi since last Tuesday. Mrs. Eastabrook is slaying with her daugh ter, Mrs. Will Pearson. Jesse ana William Pinson received word that their sister who lives in Iowa was nut expected lo live. They took the train Tlmrsdav morning of last week to visit her. -Count v lecturer of the farmers alliance will sneak at our school house Sept 5th. Harvey & Dunbar shipped in a car load of corn last Tuesdav aud since then the lively whistle of their mill has been heard through the valley. Mr. Cavan- ugh's daughter or Baxter came ines lar evenliic to visit him. Liffht- nliitr n I tr lit tt twrn wMk iffo an elec- a'e " " 0 - I trie apark struck and burned a stack or nay tor sir. jonas. we ao hui pretend to be a competent judge of the great tann question, vm we uo iuw. the NewsoI the last few weeks pre sented some arguments which are pretty hard to get around. II. S. Harvev has accented the superintend- eney or spring uiver Acaa- THT emy and he will also nave WATER charge of the boarding iUEEH OAP, bouse. Anyone desiring to attend a boarding school will do well to eousnit him. LOWELL MEW 8. J. M. Somen of Ranaomme. Ill- was a guest In the family of R. Lowd ermilk the past week. Ora Wil liams came down from Ft. Scott Sat urday evening for a short visit lo Mr. Simmons and family. Mr. aud Mrs. M. W. McDonald and children Sun- da red in Webb Citr Miss Bertie Hart visited friends in Galena this week. Onr thanks are due Mrs. E j. Leggett for a handsome basket of rare cut flowers. Miss Blsncbe Leggett will teach the Monnt Hope school the coming school yesr. The Ttwell school will beirin the second Mondsy in September with Arthur Maroney as principal aua juisi urace Leggett as teacher in the primary de- Mrtiii.iit A vnnnir inn nf Mp. baruell, living south or here near the territory, was bitten by a mad aog on Sundsv. The parents immediately Ronrht medical advice, but what the result will be is not yet known. E. J. Leggett'. address iu the Y. W. C. T. U. meeting Sunday evening was received with anulanse. even if It was slightly political. The storm early Tuesday morning awoke everybody and several were very much frighten ed, but when daylight came it was found that the damage done was not so severe. Joshua uox proosDiy sur fered the most severe loss, the wind plsying sad havoc with his fruit and shade trees. Deafness Can't be Cured by local application, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure aeai ness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucua lin ing of the Eustachian Tube. When this tubo eets inflamed you have a rumbMnsr sound of an imperfect hear ingand when it is entirely closed, TtoafnMB is the remit, ana unless the inflammation can be taken opt and this tube restored to its normal condition, bearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out nf ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an In flamed condition of the mucus sur faces. We will eive One Hundred Dollars for anr case of Deafness, (caused by catarrh) that we caunot euro by tak ing Hall's Catarrh Care. Send for circulsrs free. T. J. Chevet & Co, Toledo, O. Wake Cp, Dalrjrmee, w. a. iiBnr. What would we think of smelting works that bought gold rock by the ton without analysis? How careful would the minors be to sort the rock, throw awsy the worthless part and rrlve to deliver nothinsr but hizh grade ore under such a system ? What it sawmills bought logs oy ine Hun dred, with no stipulations as to size? How long would it be before parties supplying the mill would argue them selves into the full belief that a sap Hiijr was a giant of the forest and go ing cheap at the price paid? liow would a grist mill iure uiai oougut wheat bv the bushel without any ex- miiiatltn nr irrariill? ? HOW lOlie would the parties drawing wheat to such a mill deal square with the mil ler, and deliver nothing out ciean, sat isfactory grain ? We smile to think of the absurdity of running any business on such a plan as this, and yet this is just what has been going on at our cheese and butter lactones, wnen nm is brought by the hundred pounds re- f;ardles of what it contains. No bus uess in this world is legitimate and fair to everv one concerned until every party interested receives his due pro portion of pay based on merit, ana merit only. A am led . to theso thnnorhtsbvlookinarover the reports of hundreds of analyses of herd milk, taken at factories lis this siaic, niaue ai this station for Food and Dairy Com missioner Thorn. A few milks have ruu as low as 2V lbs. of fat to the hundred ; others have gone up as high as 5 lbs. in a few cases. A large iium- hnr are iust kbove 3 lbs.. Slid quite many ruu about 4.5 lbs. of fat to the hundred. Think for a moment of the wide variation iu these figures. Even ignoring the 1 per cent, sam ples, which we may assume are cueais and frauds, see the difference between honest milk of 3.25, say. ami hiiik oi 4.5 per cent. Here is one farmer turn ing in milk which will make about 3.25 lbs. of better, and the other 4.5 to the hundred, and each delivering such milk day after day. year after year, driving to and from the factory in companv, talking over politics, hard times, h'iffh taxes, and such matters to gether as neighbors do, ignorant of this wide diuerence existing ociweeii the value of the milk each turns in. Let us change the case slizhtly. Sup posing the same fanners have hogs to deliver at the railroad stsiien. une brimrs hoirs that weizh 325 lbs. each : the other an equal number weighing 450 lbs. each. What if the slosk buy er were to say : "A hog is a hog with UO, RUU " course the us, aud we pay so mucjn apiece ; oi course the heaviest nogs oriug me most nionev. but we must average the thing, so I -will pay each of you the same average per neau. w uai a row there would be? Why should there not be a grand clearing up at the factory where milk is delivered, and each person tcct his just dues if such great variations ex ist : The oniy reason mere is uoi is because the farmers have not been brought to realize the great difference in the different lots of milk; being a white, opaque substance, a can-full of milk seems a can full, no more no less, and one lot as good as another. The fat test is going to straighten this all out The prescut year marks an era in dairying, and is the dawn of a bet ter day for the intelligent and progres sive dairyman. From this time forth the wheat will he winnowed from the chaff, aud honcBty and intelligence get their due reward. The fat test now used in a few factories will become general very soon, and dairymen honld ret ready for the chancre. It Is the duty of every intelligent patron to insist that tne iactory atiopi some ichi at the earliest possible date, and that all money be divided upon what the test shows multiplied by the quantity of milk each delivers. We are nleased to nublisli all Prof. Henry will say on the test system as it is certainly the most important topic just now in the dairy. We wisli.how- ever, to adn that not oniv snouia na trons nav for testing their individual cows but also for their testing of the milk at the factory. The factoryman has no personal profit in It, but the pa trons have hence they ought to pay for the extra expense. Ed. D. C. . -. Rccommendi S. S. 8. a Spring- Tonic. I take pleasure in recommending Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) as a Blood Purifier, and ceneral tonic. It has no equal for toning up the system.purlfy- Ing the biooa, ana oracing np ine nag ging energies in the spring. Three bottles of this wonderful medicine made a new man of me. Joux L. Hcrr, Girard, 111. Scrofula Cared. Mr. S. I. Brooks, of Monticello, Ga., writes: "When the best physicians failed to cure a case of Scrofula of two Swift's 6pecific(S. S. S.) did the work. . TBI Vtmui..u&. wm m ww wu v Therefore I io not hesitate 10 pro nounce S. S. S. the best blood purifier in the land. I cheerfully recommend it to all who are suffering from impure blood. Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis eases mailed free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. The Emporia. Republican says it is so dry in Osborne county that the bom have to be soaked in the river before they will hold slop. ALEXANDER WAffN'ER. Prwldantl II. It. CUOWKLL, Vioc l'rciianfj The Baxter Bank. rivir UP CAPITAL $50,000.00. nniiX'TOJis- 11. R. Vrowell, Alexander Warner, licnj. S. Warner, Does a General Banking- Business. Pays Interest on Time Deposit? Always has Money to Loan on Satisfactory Security. Brovers and Farmers iijyffii CAPITAL W. II. IIorxok, Trcs't ; C. O. HonNOir, Vice Trcs't ; E. B Corse, Cashier. Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time Ieposits. Jons N. Ritteb. L. L. Docbledat B-ESTA8LISHED I874.-C8 Ritter& Doubleday, BANKEES, COLUMBUS, KANSAS. TRANSACT A General Banking Business on a ConserratlTO Uasls. CARPETS, Picnic Tables, Baby Buggies, Picture Frames, AT A TV n TT A TiTrnTTJCI Furniture Store. Terms Cash DEALER IN Groceries and Dry Ofoods, Provisions. Notions, Boots. Shoos. &c. Having added to my already large stock of Groceries . and Provisions a full line of Dry Goods; Notions, Boots, Shoes, Etc,, you are requested to call and get prices before buying. We can and do sell goods as low as any other house in Baxter Springs or any of the surrounding towns, f Eesp'y, . J. J. OSBOKN. IRA C. TERICINS, I whirr i UbNI.B. WAHXKU, AffitlntU O L. Murray PerkiM Ira C. PerkiM. 50,000.00. or Installment.