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BAXTER SPIUXGS NEWS.
M. H. GARDNER, Editor and Publisher. Untercd at tha imit-oOlee at Baxter Spring. lutufcus, us seoouu ciuss mutter. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER (5. lS'JO. Mr. Steenbtrand, tlio noted Liver Kol cottou dealer, has fallod. The queer tiling about all classes of tax paycry is that not ono of them wants to pay a Mngle tax. Tho flax crop in Woodson county is said to bo worth $200,000 this year. This ought to enthlo Woodson to rep resentation on the state ticket. against bona lido farmers It is impos sible to determine, but it is obvious that hundreds took up land to borrow what they could and Vkip out.' The showing on tho whole is decidedly favorable." The Capital thinks that ten tinii-s as many re! canes as mortgages have been tiled. Henry George is proving himself a man of sound sense after all. He de clares that ho would not be a candi date for auy office under the sun. Muklii un Attractive Uuiuo. Country Ontlcmun A farmer, who.-e vears have scarce reached middle life, and who own a farm of niodi?r:itn value, aiks for a staicmcut ot tno attractions ot u use ful character which ho may connect with his home, which will make it a real home tor his growing childn-n, and without incurring ncavv expense, Ho propose to effect his object by planum;.'-, planting, and pleasing ctil tivalion, and in-door allurements. A proper answer to this request would in! at least one volume, lint we may briefly allude to u lew points, Of the out-door attractions, and among the best, are the elements which con stitute a neat, well managed farm- wanted to go on and manufacture butter, than a miner has to insist that he will make watch-springs of the rock ore he blasts from the initios, bo fore ho lets it go out of his hands, uiner ten thousands would not get a cent for their labor, as compared to what they m'tht got if their milk was taken earn o., and well manufactured and sold. It is the ninety and nine" that have gone and are going astray, that we aro trying to hli not tlio one who needs uo talvation. Hoard' Dairyman. . IKL K. HICK'S WKATlll.'K 1'KOl'IIET. Tiio following taken from the 4,storm chart" for 1SW of Kov. Ill It. Hicks of St. Louis will prove interesting to inanv. Hero are his predictions for wflIT NR THE rite show A convention of single tax advocates was held in New York City Tuesday ana iub usiiuuu lunguuui iuiujic ncm iem.es, guuu crops, aoeiice ,oi rcus and coasts are tax clubs of tho United States organ- weeds, and general success, lonng Earthquakes at this . , jiereoiis navo quiCK eyes, have quick eyes, and thev draw reudv conclusions, ana they Ht TUonev is rcnortod to be much easier once appreciate the difference be- all over Kansas. "Whether or not this tweeu pleasing success and si in is me resuti 01 mo cauuiutties a ..iB , nmmili ,Iiei thru,,,,!, as they go will not perhaps be definite- year, aud from year to year, will raro Jy settled until after the election. About the newest thing for the Kansas man to bo proud of is the fact that his Stato ranks second iu the United States in railroad mileage. Illinois comes first with 9,961, then Kansas with 6,810 miles. The citizens of our county should see to it that a fine showing of our re sonrces Is made at the coming Kausas City Fair. Handsome premiums are offered on all agricultural products, over f 1,800 being offered for county exhibits alone. ly 11 nd pleasure in the business that pervades the premises. On the other hand, neatness aud skill, in connection with tho growth of handsome crops, fruit-bearing orchards, and a few lux uriant shade trees, will present 6trong attractions. A well-selected, well- planted, aud properly cultivated fruit garden should bo con nected with every country residence. Hardy aud pro ductive varieties, which can be relied on to give fine fruit throughout, the eutire year the small berries iu early summer, followed by late summer and early autumn stone fruit, and the abundant throng of the many larger ones in autumn, lasting through win ter and into spring constitute all to gcther some of the strong charms of living in the country. Among the ornamental attractions are the well kept lawn aud shrubs Hero are his predictions sKrrt.MiiKU. Active (storm centers will form in tho western regime about the 2d and 3d of September, a.ul during the ill), nin ana inn, win travel to mc east. Manv 6cctioii3 will trot rain about these davs. Also, about the 10th ami 11th rains, followed by cool, north erly winds maybe expected, rroiii the lllhto IStli. Iieavv storms with dangerous, eouiuoct'ui gules alon to he teareu. - i l .11: S PCTIUU III UUUI- tion to storms need not surprise. As the equinox of Mercury fails on the 21st, and the earth at the Mime lime, violent movements of meteorological elements generally will be the natural result about the 21st aud 22d. The last period for Septembor will be from the 20th to last. Cool weather with frost iu the north, is likely to follow tho storms of the last two periods. Watch. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tho best salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sorcs.Tetter. Chap ped Hands.Chilblains , Corns, aud all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures rues, or no pay roquired. it is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction or money rcfuuded. Price 25 cents per box at all DrugStAres. -:GBEAT 25 GSIT: circus, mssm mi imi WILL EX !J I KIT AT Baxter Springs, SATURDAY, Afternoon find 1 NOTK Owing to nnr.piments mvl- It Mi.- . in-i i.vin the only big show (oviit I'hurokuc county this yew. Livening. ShiiwmunV- I'o.il r.iasu . t.i!i wi'. ' tlii5 livst Circus IVrforiimi.vi !:vt Soeu ia tho West J FU::XY CLOWNS! 5,000.00 That wo Givc 25 STAIl PERFORMERS! A show to talk alioutuii'I tlunk ulioiit. Tin-cr.'.i !;! niiinln."' ii (in-il ':i"urli4 'vr i-- tiiM-tt iiikkt ciinv;n. A jwut Molnluy of ivm him! .."i'i"itioii jnr -vt'rvniu . V f.ii.ir.u.!i to ull u nmsi enjoyuMo, mor.ii, ri-:'iMi-l unit artistic !) :.t : mtivii t . A Temple Towering Giant of the Desert ! Tbu largest brute tlmt broalln-. Kurih. nky, luml an I i-.ntr;!mti to our nr. tinu oi wild liini living woii.Iift. BUSH, the Gigantic Monarch Mastadon! will be on exhibition ut cvi-ry ji. ri'.ii nianci? without txtiu charge. A. GRAND FREE STREET PARADE Crliiisnn.xl with the raitiniit lustre ofthe noon-tliv mm. A rpf noijln ivnlplits unci Warriora. I.uilif lairoii iinmuh ir hor.ti-.. Hu Nearly every couuty in the state has nominated a woman for some cilice, or anticipates doing so. The prospect of which more immediately surround the .n.r;n(r r.mn.in imo nn tni-rnra dwelling. While adding much to the - , . ; T. . beauty of the place, they need cost but for them, but let some ono turn a 1UtIe The Election of shrubs mav mouse looso on the platform and thero take in those only which are vigorous will bo a stampede. and hardy, and wutcn will require but 1 little care alter planting, except an oc The inaugural celebration of la nor casioual training into proper shape. dav at Kansas Citv last Mouday was no nand mower win give the lawn a very great success. It is 6aid 4,000 men were in line and 30,000 spectators cheered them on their march. Grand picnics were held at the parks and the new custom was well ushered in there at leapt. The celebration was no less premiueut at many other places. the beauty of a jjrecn carnet. The cultivation of flowers in a few circular beds cut in the turf will depend on the taste and preference of tho occu pants. Some young peoplo wiil have a strong predilection for botany for a collection of native plants and when ever this is the case, every facility should be afforded. Many native plants posses') burpassing beauty, and have strong attractions to the mere florist. Others will be drawn to the culture of early bulbs, some of which will bloom annually year after year with little or no care, such as the crocus, snowdrop, Siberian squill, and early tulips. All these plantings may be used at small expenxe to render country homes The special days at the great Kansas City fair to be held September 22 to 27, inclusive, will be Tuesday, Septem ber 23d, Missouri Day aud Mining Day. "Wednesday, September 24th, Kansas Day aud farmers' Day. Thurs day, September 25th, Kansas City Day. Friday, September, 26tn, Ladies' ! fsX . . k7.T , 17 ,M .J .Mu'lr;.. ..T.J c. a.t.lractiYe au? by properly grouping .uu vuMiu,i.i,.; an together, the residence which oth Saturday, September 27th, Pioneers' erwise might be a very plain home, Dav. I might oe converted into a gem of neatness. The American Economist sava: A large opportunity for pleasure and fht.rifr tared farmor should keen in delight is to be derived from domestic ,in-i nnn f.,t mi, rp.fr.,i. animals-horses and cattle among the larger ones, and those not less interest jree-iraue uisuuueaujr uiae, mg io many persons in the various viz., that the agricultural depression smaller animals, chickens and doves, i Tin-sent prevalent In this cnmitrv t. canaries ana song Dirds generally. wr.rM.wM. anrl r more crrl . Another point of great -importance , e j Mg rne cultivation ol the an lnnrra nnrt PHYSICIANS. Dr. A. J. McCLELLAN, I1HVS1CIAN AND KUKUEON. OItlcen(l X, residence two blocks west of Baxter luinK. DK. E. A. McFADDEX, rHY61CIAN AND SURGEON', is again A. reauy io practice meuicine alter rectiierat ing bis health. UOicu at residence corner oi cteosuoana Lincoln streets. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Samuel H. Smith, Attorney-t-Law, Baxter Springs. Kan. Notary Public. C. G. I10RNOR, A TTURNEY AT LAW and U. 8. Commis f sinner. Ollics in Drovers and Farmers Uank building. VT. II. IIOIINOK, A TTORNBY AT LAW. Offloe in Drovers and i'urmers Bank. Merker, the Tailor, OVER BREWSTER'S GROCERY, BAXTER SPRINGS, KANSAS. jiaruil- of glittering splendor, l ImI l.v rh.iir nil I'd ki tpers. Dftisund Vans containing wild ai d I'criir.ii.ii bi tn. itrded borne from Arabia. led by their native Knglloh ana Kentucky smallest Shetland ponies. Bantl ot niutticiiliing the air with melcxly. A FREE EXHIBITION! At 1 o'clock. 8oe the perilous trip to tbc clouils. STWO PERFORMANCES DAILY, RAIN OR SHINE I g Doors open at 1 and 7p.m. Performance one hour later. Do not let other advertisements nnslead you; we never disappoint. Admission to Both Circus and Menagerie only 25 Cents. HAY HISS! We are hay balers and shippers and would like to buy your hay, or soil for yon on commission. Ho can always jilaco good bay at good figures. WE HAVES 400 ilGRES OF GRASS "We want put up on shares. Couie early if you want a contract. Hay Presses for Sale! Both old and new. BALING Kcspcctfullv, 0". 33. Call and get prices and terms. We have WIRE for sale. Also Bale ties. BAY! BAXTER SPRINGS. KAN. S & SOM. everything connected with them. Where young people are growing un. tney enouici oe provided witn a room felt in Europe than in this country, In, England, to use the words of Lord Raliahnrr. "Ihft atfttn at (rrlrn1tnrA la simply deplorable." Certainly pro- DOOC8, Btutir, and readinsr; for draw- inor Itllil dt.-r.fi' hi nor v thnaa nrk. t.ictm . ine government nas tacen steps to f0r minerals and nlanta. andBnet:imi.n relieve i neaesiuure settlers in UKiano- in entomology for young naturalists; ma, many of them lured to the new 'or apparatus' in chemistry and physic wnntrvt. th siwinna wtru. .nri -all of which woald be infinitely bet- J, P. HARTLEY, Practical Auctioneer a 2 FOR THE A SO City of Baxter Snrlnsrs-E5a J&rand Cherokee County. Leave orders at the News office. J. J. FRIBLEY, HARDWARE, TLTOARE, STOVES and CUTLERY. FfiR CM OfJLY! ITU J 1 1 Wn WAX or TSZUBQ HArTHOOD; Ooisnl and SiaVOUS ?eaka of Cody and Emd, LSteu of Erreraor Iiimim In 0i nr Timm. SlniSNWIDrllr llMmd. Dh(.i..:J StHlmlr aatellba IM)S THSiTXSXT tkwStt la a Sn. m utlfr fnm SOBUIm mm ftrttfm CotbIiIm. ITriu ikim. ttaMrlntlf nmk, miitaaattaasaS mrmmlt bIM InMlOa. oandS Ull M&OlUAti IWn BUFFALO. M. V. false and exaggerated reports of con cienceless newspapers. That there is destitution, there the government in ape ctor has reported, and the govern ment baa responded. The question now is not whether to aid the people there, but how to do it. The Chicago Inter-Ocean suggests that the needy be given employment in starting a system of public roads. TAB HOBTGAGES IK KANSAS. The Topeka Capital publishes letters from clerks of the district courts in Kansas counties showing that there bare been 1403 mortgage foreclosures jice January 1, 1S90, anaverare-of 25 in each county, or about one tn each county per week." r . Several of the clerks added eiplana tcfy notes of this teaor : The failures where farmers have actually failed while lining on their farms are very f-'wblch leads the Capital rightly t remark: "L'jiw many foreclosures were mr man irequcntme vapid parties. There is no difficulty in accomplishing aumese, it tne owner niuipvif nana tasto for them, and the expense wiil be comparatively trifling. Private Dairy versus Creamery. There is uo system of butter-making in a i can excel me private dairyman iu mating a line article. He has the en tire control from the time the feed is given the cow until the butter reaches the consumer's bouse. Anv other system has only a limited con- trot. w. IL Hostetter. Mm . a irue: ana navmjr unlimited con trol, from the cow to the sboebox in the cross roads store, is just what ails the overwhelming bulk of 300,000,000 lbs. of dairy made butter that is not consumed on the tables of the farmers who make it. The good private dab rymeu, who can get creamery prices are oniy as a "drop in tue bucket" In tho way of makinsr the butter that la actually consumed by the people other than the farmers who mace their own. What Is wanted in to ret nine-tentb of that milk out of the "entire coutrol" of tbe people who put it in the milk pail. Tens of thousands of them have uo more business if a good product ti PiEHHSd .p.iiiimiiii j m ii I, W0 & W W. KinVi SL, KANSAS CITY, NO. n ontg SpteioUit in th City ho ti a Regular GradMt i Hriiciiu.. Orer 23 peart' tract tee, yew! i Lfiicago. Ti.'Z CLCKT II USE. 113 LCSCFST LDC1TTD. cthorlzerl by the Bute to trost v nronic. nprvousnna "HpeciaJ DIs essHi," bemlnal Weakness tnloht lllooflXleers and eUlnirsof averr ' klud.t rlnwy llMaa, and In fact all troubles or dlMMM la elihcr niaic or lem&ia. .nm mnnuri ormonpr refunded. C'liantrs low. TliouMndsof m cured. KJtpencnon is inipurtaiii. All nied- cuint are uaraniot to oe pore and efT.raclous, unr.ij cunipuunam in my nenecujr apKlnled l ibon.iury, and are urnlithnd ready lor uaa. rnntilne to drug stores to have uncertain rrpo'rii.lions fllled. No mrrurr or Inlnrion ni-rticinaa used. No dutenlioo from bunlnem. falurais at adixtance treated br Ivttes and n. !rc. tcenldnea sent everrwaera free fmm fax or -breskaire. Mate yiAir case and send Iiit term. 'jiMOltaiion fre and conti dun Uml. penonally or y lttpr. A H I; TfflOTT Tor ee. sent lllnratd JJJX mui i .ai Bvelope !?.c;.," U",P' ErTy male, froai ILa art at 1 to 46, aaould road tau book. - THE CHEAT TURKISH RHEUMATIC CURE. a rosTTiTE (mi for BHIT- M ATISM. IHIiniiutihl ! tri rM fin. AnMA 1 tail-i.l a few rloae reruevaa fever and , Min in )olnw: Cureeoenpletedln : I to T dare. Head statrmeal aft rase wits ataaip tor Uroulara CsiLaraddr Cr.HENDER80J,fCJW.ftt,ICsaCj,IU Gires Lowest Prices on Barb and Baling Wire and all Classes of Hardware. WHEN YOCJ WANT Lumber, Lath, Slmigles, Ziimcsj Cement, Uliscd Paints jilnTthinrj Axp FACT : in : the s Building CALL OX TUE ell Lumber Line Oo. 1 as they are always ready to give you a square deal. They are prepared to fiiniish on short notice anything in their line as cheap as any, as they ljuy in.lare quantities.