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BAXTER SPRINGS NEWS.
PUKLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY
r.Y M. II. HARHXKK.
li'ntes of fyii'isnn''Htm.
Om r.uj. yrar 1
'ilicnil, MX lUitnltlK
n noii'v, tlir'o mmitl-. '
All iiW.rit!ons iiuvtiblc in u Ivrnicc 1 tj"
oot In iiimmcft will ctiuijrod '
niUMif l .no pur year. ShI-itIIhti w;II mim
lav. !!' ri'oi line lo us promptly imy
All kln.U of .lS rUIXTISO eaivrul'y nn.l
ivHMly ititi-n.leil to . Cull uml tC!WiHa-
1 tAlLKO ATT 1 1 M E TAHLK.
KumtMCitv, Fort Bi:..tt A Memphis huilroiiil.
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I.o.uil Iruiuht I t 1" m.
Mail and wiuMenffer trains run lti!y : fr-iIU
daily except Sunday. .Mail cloncani o-uu,r
20 minute before twin lime. .
. imxter and Cheiopa Mall n'u,?"J1"Ilf.;ix.
Tm-aluv, Thurxiluy l ftaWMuy. l.w-
.rriveaatcuemiia l"ou "uv"1'"
BAXTEK
A. F. A A. M.. Neoslio street.
Meeis Hie Orst ml third lon-
liiy fVt-nin! of vwU ionih tit
7:K. vidKliiii iirci.irvn iiuici
Uttlly inviteil.
IRA C. I'KKKISs, W . M
S. II. smith. Sen.
CITY AND COUNTY NKWS.
W'atrh the bargain counter at J. II.
Tucker's.
New arrival of fall hats and bonnct9
at Mrs. W. W. Smith's millinery store.
Call and see them.
Ladies we have the agency for Dut
terick's patterns. September Metro
politan just received. J. M. Coorat.
New stock of i'rcih candies received
this week from :he factory at .T. M.
lirewstcr'a eroccry. Also a lino line
of fancy toilet soup.
For tho best bargains don't fail to
sec J. R.Tucker'e counter.
Call at TynerV grocery and fret a
fine glass coal oil can full of oil for 50c.
Hundreds of useful articles almost
given away at J. II. Tucker's.
Fou Salk yit Tkade A full-blood
Jcrscv bull neiirly two years old. Will
take $10 or will trade for heifer calves.
('HAS. C. C A RUTH.
Useful household articles for 5 and
,10 cents at J. Ii. Tucker's, worth four
times tho money.
Mrs. V. W. Jones, the milliner. i9
in tha east purchasing the most clabo-
vale stock ot miiiiiicry ever nrougm io
Baxter Springs. She will return
about Sept. 8th. In the meantime
look out for the new goods and if you
want something new and nice wait for
them.
Fresh butter on ice at W. E. Tyuer's.
NOTIONS I NOTIONS ! !
An endless variety at bedrock prices
at J. R. Tuckers.
Mason's fruit jars at cost to close out
at W. E. Tyncr 8.
Fresh fruits and vegetables at all
times atTyner's grocery.
P.cst country butter 15 cents a pound
ot .T .T nfthm-n' nonular irroccrv.
Every pound warranted, pure aud
fresh.
Tyner sells the best teaB lower thau
any body.
Look at our boots and shoes before
buying. A. M. Teakk & Co.
r. n Urea wholesale and rc
tail druggist, has a largo supply of
Armta niul mediHiiKS for the fall trade.
Everything you want in the way of
proprietary ana paieni meuicines,
drti' and chemical!?, paints and oiis,
druggists, sundries, etc. l our pu) m
cian and family prescriptions will
have careful anil prompt ancuuon.
WE MAY NOT HAVE AS EIG
A HOUSE AS SOME OF OUR
COMPETITORS, HUT WK.IlUY
;oons all the time and
KEEI THEM MOVING. OLK
MOTTO IS "QUICK SALES AND
SMALL PROFITS AND A FRESH
LINE OF GOODS ARRIVING ALL
THE TIME." GIVE US A TRIAL
AND CONVINCE YOURSELF.
A. M. TEAKE & CO.
If vou need anrthiug ititho bard
waro'line call on J.J. FriHey where
you get lowest prices and best goods.
The most durable $2 shoo at
A. M. l'FAKK & Cos'.
Milk Shake, Lemonade and Soda
W iter at RirwstrrV .
The place lor bargains is r.t
A. M. Pcake & C s.
Milk slake every day at OlrienV.
BAXTER SPRINGS. CHEROKEE COUNTY, KANSA8,
Tho frit it evaporator is being opcr
nlod both day and night.
Attend tin? Donna ii. Ice benefit con
cert ut tin city hall to-night.
The indications point to tlio larirost
rfiiiimn ever held in Haster Spring,
this month.
BhIpiI Imy U wim-iIi .f.i a ton at tlic
trrritorj (inf.
Ir ; now I aw t'til i Will prairie
chi. kMi- witlii.i the male hut not in
I lie lorriiory.
Hit mi'l li:t r ih i ffi-t u tin rily
hall i his wiling Hiii help l)inna lee
to jri-t a new ornet.
U.;:itiioii week is rapidly approach
in jr. Get your inati o arranged
so'tliat you' will h ahlo to attend. ,
There arc n-t many miii who like
to jttont over the t lint they uttenu
nl the
rally here last Saturday cven-
lug.
ti. iVrtrin Alining C)iiUany will
make a grand exhibit of mineral spec
imens from their mining lands at the
Kansas City FVir.
fiiro rtmma Ico a ITOOd benefit tO-
night at i he city hall. She Is a deserv
ing and hard working pupil and ought
to have a now cornel.
A. R. Miller will bobackajrain
this week and conduct regular ser
vices at the M. E. church Sunday
morning und evening.
Tt sM-nin in ho the general belief
among business men that tho coming
fall and winter will bo the most pros
perous one in several years.
TViirr fni'iivt the Dllhlic sale of A.
Grif.i'1 tobe h-ld at his farm on the
territory line six miles west ol Bax
ter next Saturday, Sept. 13.
Don I'entoit received a special dis
patch Saturday evening desiring his
immediate presence as deputy P. M.
at his former home, Aiotinu iit,
Kansas.
We r.rc indebted to Mr. E. R. .tack
for a late cony of the Memphis Daily
r!nmni riri!li 'ivilll? 811 extensive r-
view ol' i he business of that flourish
ing city. '
Mrs. A. Willard and Miss Ray W.
Brewster were the lucky ones drawing
tho diamond rings given with Mokas
ka Baking Powder at J. M. Brewster's
grecery .
rm- r;. a. n. friends all returned
safely troiii the Southwest City re
union last Saturday m nine 10 iwc in
the celebrated republican rally hero in
the evening.
Tha Avnntrnt.!nr works are now in
full runuiug order aud working uight
and day. This is an enterprise mat
will prove of lasting benefit to our ap
ple growers.
The concert given by a large num
ber of young people and children un
der tho management of Miss Helen
Short last Friday evening was a
grand success.
Columbus must have been exceed
turrit, nn'.at lust Riturdav eveniii&r.
judging from the number of resideuts
of that place wuo auenacu our cel
ebrated republican round-up.
Star-Courier: I. P. West of Colum
bus, Clarence McFadden of Baiter,
and Jacob Ncilson of Galena, were
thrown into jail this week, to the de
light of all ultra prohibitionists.
The News editor acknowledges the
receipt of a very neat invitation card
and complimentary ticket to tho ninth
anniversary ball of the Four Mile Cor
net Band 'to be held at their ball iu
Melrose, Friday night, Sept. 12.
District court convened at Columbus
Tuesday last. It is probable that the
judgo will deliver his decision regard
iu" the injunction against the Baxter
Springs dam asked by Messrs Stouc &
Giove either to-day or the first of next
week.
Some fellow signing himself Short
Creeker strikes some pretty hard licks
at the Peoria Mining Co. in last week's
Short Creek Republican, but judging
from past history and general appear
ances the company will survive tho
shock.
Tho Star Courier gives quito a
lengthy write up of the republican ral
ly here Saturday evening in which it
says the oft-quo'tod 6criprnro "Behold,
how good and how pleasant it is for
brethren to dwell together in unity,"
was scarcely applicable to that convo
cation. An unusual demand for job print
ing the past week has detracted much
fromonr work on the local depart
tnpnt nf th Xtoh. Wc fed verv
irrateful to our friends for their liberal
I r . j in
Ipai ror.F ge anu tun ih-ocui-j cnuniui
to supply them with good work on as
short notice as possible.
A nice lino of trunks and valises at
A. M. Peake&CoV
A few nice stylish suits tt cost at
J. R. Tucker's for a few days.
For a good, warranted $2 shoe call
on A. M. Peake & Co.
The popular $2 fchoe at Tucker's
still leads. ,
Buy Seneca flour at lldwin's.
Nothing better, if s good, as tho
popular shoe lor f 2 ii u. iu aucnci b.
Straw hats at cost.
A. M.PTAEH& Co.
Decorated Que-SIwam! The lat
itat .rviH-mid lowest nriees new stock
just received at J. J. Usborn's.
We iiave the be4 line of men's,
women's, misses' t$ children's shoes
in tho west. A hi. Pkake & Co.
For bargains lit jeans pants, overalls
and jumpers call at
; A. M. Peake & Co's.
I'ho "Lightning" fruit iarh the boss,
y them at McElhlney's new store.
Try
tuTWM ATcn CHICKENS!
Highest market prices in cash paid
by J. M. C.N6LI8H Ay IO.
New line of men's and boy's hats at
J. R. Tuckers m
Jeans aud overalls at Baldwin's.
Fine jelly classes as cheap as the
cheapest at V. g. xyuer a.
See Tucker's new line of men's and
boy's hats before buying.
T. P P.iKxIncT will liav the highest
tllMl-L'Ht 111' it tVir botcher's stock. In
quire at Drovers and Farmers bank.
Buy your qtieetisware at Baldwin's.
T p. Mi.TMMiiftv invites tho public
to call and see his new stock of cook
stoves, hardware and tinware.
Tn dm PAI-riM Kits:
We will meet any prices made on
gools in our line in this city or iu any
of the neighboring towns.
"J. J. O-noitx, Tho Grocer.
Buy your groceries at Baldwin's.
Fresh lemons at Brewster's grocery.
Tim r!ih1rtii liem" cook stovo at
McElhlucv's is tho best and cheapest
iu tho market, a ire oacK warrauieu
for five years.
Fine rye bread at Ohlen's.
Tucker still leads them all with the
popular $2 shoe. ,
vrwF.OAR! TINEGAR!
If you want the finest white or
claret or pure ciaer vinegar etui at
Brewster Bros. Cash Grocery.
Ice Cream and Mok Shake at Oh
len's every day.
A beautiful piece of music given
away with every dollar's worth of
goods at Brewster Bros. Cash Grocery.
Go to Obion's restaurant aud get a
dish or quart of delicious loo cream.
HIDES! HIDES I HIDES!
Take your hides to J. A. Sour. Ho
will pay yon tho highest market price.
Call at Brewster's grocery and get a
pound of the Japanese Basket Tea,
and a handsome Japanese eegmeut
basket. '
Best'gasoline aud coal oil at McEl-
hiney's. '
CANDIES! CANDIES!
We carry a full stock of W. A.
Mount & Co's. best candies.
J. J. Osboux.
Wc have a full stock of queensware
cheap. J. J. Osborn.
We will have fresh vegetables from
now on at bottom prices.
Brewster Bros. Cash Grocery.
CAPITO'S Cll "BAKERY.
Fresh bread, cakespies, etc, every
day. Luuch, cigars,) tobacco, nuts
and fruits in season.
TRY BREWSTER BROS. CASH
GROCERY FOR FIRST CLASS
GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES.
Lunch or meals at Ohlcu's.
I '
The popular f 2 shoe) at J. R. Tuck
er's is still the favorite cj,ainst all odds.
Konnlon Siund 1'rUtlccen.
Notice is hereby siveu that privi
leges fr refreshment, stands and
booths of all kinds during the coming
rvu-uon at Baxter Springs will be
sold iu ibis city each Saturday after
noon until further notice. For further
information call ou or address,
J. I Hartley,
' Committee on grounds.
Tho News is f 1 a ysr. Subscribe.
SEPTEMBER 6, 1890.
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HAINES-WRIGHT.
the borne of Mrs. M. J. Wright werel
fin WArinftftdlV ftVCIlintf EODC oru. an
Mfmb ed the relatives ana near
friends to witness1 the marriage cere
mony of Miss Mollle C. wngnt ana
xi r ftonrcrA H. Haines. At half past
eight o'clock, the brido and groom pre-
. - l . !.,
ceded uy itev. uramnaii, wbikbu mw
the parlor to the time of a wedding
march ana tooK ineir pi aces unuer
beautiful arch, gracefully jUimmod
with delicate vines. Aoove me arcu
huner a larsre horse shoe of leaves, tube
roses and heliotrope, making a most
artistic design. The horse snoc oeiug
tha ideal emblem of good luck, other
demonstrations were aoanaouoii. Al
ter the ceremony Mr. aud Mrs. Haines
received congratulations and the com
pany were ushered into the dining
room where they partook of an excel
lent supper or fruits, etc. auoruy ai-
ter 10 ociock me guests aiper:u
with a fcelin? of ncrfect satisfaction
in so much that tho ceremony was
heautiful and imuressive aud iu the
entire absence of conventionality.
FEOBIA MINING NEWS.
Tr Frank fv Ilammoud of the
Memphis railroad company has leased
an 80 acre tract oi tne reoria aiming
Co., and began sinking a shaft this
week.
M. N. Oviatt, W. S. Stofer and
Hank Fargo of Kansas City, are the
momliprn nf a comnunv which holds a
lease on 80 acres of the Peoria land.
They have already begun work on it
MoflEra. n. L. Baker. R. Coats-
worth, C. M. Dickinson and D. M.
Bowman of Kansas City, have lormoa
a rnmninv inn will be?in DroBoecting
on a40-acre tract of land next week.
Hon. J. R. Hallowell and W. C.
Porrv wern in town vesterdav attend
ing a meeting of the Peoria Mining
Co. The stock ot tne company win
.
be issued to-aay.
The Baxter Springs Mfg. Co. are
building two fine wind engines for ex
hibition at the Kansas state fair and
the Carthage, Mo., fair. The fans or
slats of the wheels are to be made of
butternut and sassafras alternated and
will be oiled and varnished in their
natural colors. The iron work will
hn hnrnUhed and when finished thc?e
two wheels will doubtless be the finest
ever tnrned oat in the west, ims
company is not goiug to be outdone by
any competitor no matter where he
halls from.
The statement having been made a
few days ago that there were not
twenty-five prohibitionists and anti
resubmissionists in the city a canvass
was made of the employees at the
Baxter Springs Mfg. Co's. works.
Out of the thirty men employed by the
company, twenty-one wero found to
bo strictly for prohibition and against
resubmission and none in favor of re
submission. The other nine are either
absent from the city or have not been
consulted. ;
The republican rally occurred Sat
ruday evening as per advertisement.
The News reporter was unavoidably
absent, however, and a detailed ac
count cannot be given. From what
o7A have heard talked on the streets we
judge it must have been a great suc
cess in us way, inouga boiuo iwk
on it as a disgraceful auair. a targe
number of Columbus people came
down with the candidates, returning
on the midnight train.
Shelby Johnson and sons fixed a
ntoa mirnrin f.ir xfrs. Johnson Tues
day, that being her 42nd birthday.
She was induced to visit menus in
ml in her absence a sumptu
ous supper was prepared and when
she returned home in tne evening to
see it and the array of birthday gifts
prepared for her she was overcome
with joy.
Married. At the Missionary Bap
.i...n.h in tliU citv by Rev. Uriah
Cole, Saturday, Aug. 30, Miss Vina
McCall to Jerry Anaerson, ooui oi
thta ritv. The wedding was witness
ed by a' host of friends. The contract
ing parties, who are quite popular
here, will make there bomo in Jopliu.
Last of Letter
Remaining in the post-office at Bax
ter Springs, Kansas, for tho week
ending Sept. 3. iSOO, which If not
called for within two weeks will be
-cut to the dead letter office at Wash
ington, I). C. :
Bush, W. O.
Monrtny, Jami
Uifiicabei'. ii. t'.
Kclnon. Rcnliimln
Woolever, tieoree
Carituuu, tin. Mtrilu
Crnt, UHi Jnt.
Persons calling for any of the above
letters will plcaso say "Advcrtlwia,
giving dale ol list.
6 Wm. Mabto, x M.
Subscribers, remember 'wo need a
little money occasionally. If yon owe
... ....I lorn nil rrtra dollar Or tWO
us aim .i-.v-.. . . i,.
juet come and leave it with us. e
will appreciato lue uvor.
NUMBER 29.
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I Droonu a i da d a no A DMQ
D. B. Peake and G. P. Sparks vis
ited Seneca yesterday on business.
Mrs. Ed Baxter aud sou Floyd of
Wichita, visited friends iu this city
this week.
-Arthur and Fred Crowoll returned
yesterday to Lawrence to resume their
studies in college.
Mrs. C. H. Clark o( Kansas City,
is visiting Mrs. II. R. Crowell and
other friends here.
D. M. Wright and wife of Jopliu,
attended the wedding of their sister in
this city Wednesday evening.
Dr. C. II. Shriuerof Galena wa.
in the city Tuesday to attend J. G.
Polstsr who has been quite ill.
Seba Westcott, who is now one of
the rising young attorneys of Carth
age, Mo., visited friends in Baxter Sun
day.
Mr.E. S. Dalby of Kansas City,
who has been the guest of Arthur Cro
well for the past week, returned to
his home Monday morning.
Joe Stallsmith came over front
Galena the other day to help MeGeo
& Co. through a rush of work at tho
Baxter Springs Fruit evaporator.
Dr. J. W. Janes of Melrose passed
through this city Tuesday morning on
his way to Siloam Springs, Ark, and
other points. He will be absent a
week or ten days.
Mr.E. G. Marti u, agent for the
Southern Home Building and Loan
Association of Atlanta, Ga was iu
the city this week endeavoring to or
ganize a local board.
Jas. T. Broughal. representing
the Missouri and Kansas interstate
fair to be held at Kausas City, Sept.
22 to 27, was in the city Wednesday
and gave the News a pleasant call.
BOARD OF EDUCATION.
September 1, 1S90.
Ttn-rA mar in regular session. Presi
dent Morrison iu the chair aud all
other members present.
Minutes of the meetings ucia Aug.
4 and 11 read and approved.
C. b. liowmau reported me numuer
of persons of school age within the
district to be males, 256, females 278,
total 534. The report was accepted.
Mr. Bowman also presented a new
course of study embracing ten year's
work eight of which are to he devoted
to the common branches only. On
mm inn rhA MlirM of Stud V wag adODt-
I - W V IV -saw J 1.
ed and 500 copies ordered to be print
ed for distriouuon among me patrons
of the school.
Samnel II. Smith reported the bal
ance of old school bonds held by Dil
lard Ss Padgett, with the accrued in
terest on them, to be $2,C51.7D. He
stated the parties were willing to ac
punt in cflsh firt ner cent, of the amount
due for principal and interest and $125
for expenses incur rea ii me uoara
wonld pay court costs amounting to
$61.
Knowing that district warrants suf-
fiAfont tn na- nfF rhia claim could ba
ritannopvl nf it wis moved that the
president and clerk be authorized and ,
instructed to issue warrant, nui ex
ceeding in amount $2220, for the pay
ment of the claim of Dillard & Pad
gett on bonds No. Id and it, issued
Sept. 15, 1871, and dne Sept 15, 1834,
Motion carried.
On mnMnn F.noch Williams was
employed as janitor tor the coming
school term at $20 per mouth.
The president appointed ouessrs.
Tvnontz and Smith a committee on re
pairs and Gardner on supplies.
On motion tne ciaim oi u. s. cow
man for taking census, $10, was ai-
OW6Cl
On motion M. H. Gardner was al
lowed $8 clerk's fees for the months
of May, June, July and August
On motion adjourned to meet at the
call of the president
State ov Ohio, City of ToledoJ 8g
Lucas Countt, ' f
Fitivv J. Onrsr.r makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm of
r- V -1 ft J-.!.. LtinluAfiB
X1. J. lHKNEY X Vo., uuiiis; uuowiccs .1.
tha citv nf Toledo, county and state
aforesaid, and that the firm will pay
the turn or U.k iiuaiih.i utu
LARS for each and every case of Ca
tarrh that cannot be cured by tho use
of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in niv presence, this Cth day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1SS6.
t ) A. W G LEA SON,
jSKAL( Notary Public
itoiiv r.t an!. Purs i taken inter
nally aud acts directly on the blood
and mucus surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
P. J. Chexe-t & Co., Toledo, O.
rSold by druggists, 75c ,
Remember tho News printing oftee
when vou want sslo bills or powers.
We ha've a lot rf new type ordered es
pecially for ibis purpose and can pet
up a "dandy "job iu this line at lowest
living rates.
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