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Mo. NORTH BOUND, no Meteor . staoee 116 Kaasai City Mall 933 tao Kaneas City special Vii P III Joplln andOklaEsprees..is:iai SOUTH BOUND. ' 109 Meteor 1:51 147 Oklahoma AocoBUMdatioa. 9:40 117 Joplln and Oklaeipress.... 7:ee am EAST BOUND. )il KC apodal via Joplin 7:10 pm 308 St. Loalaand MemphiaLl. 7:40 pm 30 Kanau City Passenger.... S 43 P" 310 ' Kaoau City Paenoger .... 9 4 J m 30a St. Loolt Mall WEST BOUND. 301 Kanau Mail 11:43 307 Kanua Limited 8:40 am Tbo above echedule. which went intt effect Doc. 16, gives you first clau ear vice and anequaled opportunities to reach all point north, eouita, out and wait, via tbo Frisco Syitam. For farther informational to rootei, ratea and connections, call on or addreat j. M. WILSON, Agent. Nail aad paaeeaittr traloe rod dallyi freight trains daUy eacept Sunday. Natl cIomo at poetofflce M minutes tel ore traia tlaae. Up-To-Date Barber Shop, - Armstrong's Old Stand, O. O. Roberts, Propr. At Shop Early and Late Good Barbers Best treatment 1st door NORTH of Baxter Hdw U OWL GROCERY & RESTAURANT, O. H. FRAZEE, Proprietor. Meal 20c at Meal Houra. Short Ordera Between Tlmea Served beat war. Good Home Cooking;. News Bid. DBS. JONES & McKINNEY. PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS. All calls day or night prompt ly anenrwl. Office OVM IlaskettV dry goods store. All Phones No. 1. E. H. CULLISON, LAWYER. Notary Public. Abstracts of Title Examined. Office in Daniels Block. BAXTER LIVERY BARN. Oldest in the city. Established 30 years ago. Good service and reasonable rates. 1 Q J. BISCHQFSBERGER, PropU CITY DRAT USE, ED. COVEY, Proprietor Freight, Household Goods and ar ticles of all kinds hauled at reas onable rates D. M.JONES, COLUMBUS ; MARBLE WOEKS. O. W. DANIELS NOTARY PUBLIC B1XTEK SPRINGS, IIS SIS. Territory Mortgages, Leases, Con tracts, Deeds and all kinds of pa pers legally executed at reasonable prices, lemtory blanks on nana lie REWARD Tar evidence which will convict the nftrtiei who bare bees j r aw.t.y thefmmertT of IbeBas jeiauwgji-g, m . ter Telephone Company, by brtal- inaT erlaee inaolatora or otnerwiae. Baptist Charob. Will tiold service on the second SundtT of each month, 11 a. mv- and 8 p. m., at the residence of ? Eer. James .Tanner. 7 Cooper's stock of aprins: and . summer 0o&$ is certainly a cred- Si ExClii?GIQNS IT VIA' Frisco Round trip to San Francisco or Los Angeles, CaL, account Na tion Eclectric Medical Assn. June 18 to 21 $50. Date of sale June 8 to 15. Final return limit Aug. 31. Summer Tourist Rates to Col orado and Utah. Round trip rate Denyer, Colorado Springs or Pu ebb $19.55; to Glenwood Spring? $31.55; to Ogden or Salt Lake City $32.55. Dates of sale June 2 to Sept. 30. Final return limit October 31. Summer Tourist Rates to St. Louis, Chicago and Milwaukee: St. Louis $13.50; Chicago $21.40; Milwaukee $24.75 for round trip. Date of sale June 1 to Sept 30. Final return limit Oct. 31. United Confederate Veterans Reunion. Round trip rate to Richmond, Va., $25.50. Date of sale May 26 to 28. Final return limit June 11. C. S. Roberts, Agent. BU1LDINO STONB FOR 5ALE. I can supply you with any amount of the rerjr beat building atone. Pricea reaaooeble. U. T. Gab A. SIX-ROOM house, small barn, 50-foot lot, cheap. Have you any desirable lots for sale? We can sell them for you. ' Daniels & numo. Clothes cleaned and pressed at Mrs. Clark's millinery and dress making establishment, 2nd door west of Polster's drug store. Wanted Several Jersey heif er calves. Will take right from cows if desired. M. B.Williams, R.F.D. No. 2, Baxter Springs, Ks. Buy your lots now and be pre pared to build a home next spring. If you own the lots you can get the money to build, and stop rents. Daniels & Plumb. If you do not find advertised in the columns of the local papers what you want you are certainly justified in thinking it is not in town, and if it is not in town you are justified in going where you can find it. If you find what you want ad vertised in the local -papers you should buy it at home, but if upon looking over the columns of the local papers you do not find advertised what you want, you ire at liberty to bny it where you can find it. The News job printery is now carrying one ot the largest stocks of printers' stationery in Cuero-, kee county. If you want any thing in the way of printing we can interest you, both in quality of work and promptness in turn ing it out. If jour trade is worth having it is worth asking for. Scan the columns of the local papers be fore you buy, and if you can not find advertised what you want, you can rest assured it is not in town. Then, of course, you are iustified in going where you can find it. We now have on hand the big gest stock of printers' stationery ever carried in Baxter Springs. The line embraces everything needed in office, stationery - and poster work, and we are partial iarly well equipped for turning out anything that can be printed. All of our old type faces hare been relegated to that place known in a printing office as the hell box," and ;have t been re placed with the latest faces known to the printers' art. Our presses are doing fine work, and we can surely please 700, both in quality and price. Your orders .will be very promptly filled. If you want a letter head, note head, : bill head, statement ;bnsixiess card, envelope, poster, shipping -tag, receipt book or in fact any ind of a printed job just give. the News printery a -chance to get it ! out "for too. I nta l at afVaataa MfTM "! Tommy and Love By ttrol4 ttmmt (Ceerrla-ht, by Joaeph B. BowlseJ I never did think much of xlrle Barer! Either they are lanky aad leggy things, and think they can play games Just as wall aa boys, or else they are flirty and silly, and thin one ought to be always making love to them. Love. Indeed! Buck rot! Well. I don't mind telling you that last terta, whan I caucht Stewart Mills writing a lore-letter to hie Coualn Grace, I gave htm the worst licking he'd bad In bis We. The cheek of him. Tou see we'd allowed him to Join war fraternity, our grand, mysterious society that soma ohapa would giro their ears to be allowed to Join, only we don't allow It to become too cheap the "Brotner hood of the Oory Hand" and one of the rowa we have to take Is not to let ourselves be mixed up la any aoa aenae with women. We are all to be either detectives, or pirates, or disco, erers of unknown countries when we grow up, and In any of those nowe l aura to co me to grief If one doeant steer clear ot tae women. No. I never did think much of fine; and after the episode I am about to narrate doesn't that sound grana asa bookyt after the episode I am aooui to narrate, you may bet your boots I think less of them than erer. nut it reallv did aeem as If Harjorw Verschoyle was more decent .than most of them. She was older, for one thing quite grown up; and she eowa talk quite sensibly tor a girl abort football and hockey and golf, and other things that are teally worth talk in about, and aha aaw me bring a gun Into the .garden without shrinking back and crying out: "Oh- do ttite earei Are you aure It Isn't loaded V 80 1 wasn't quite so stiff and stand offish with her as 1 am with moat girls on principle and I explained to hsr nn or two thlnzs about sports that she had got a little muddled with, and she tried her very best to unaer stand, and wasn't really so stupid, for a girl. So I really liked to talk to her. aad you may Imagine how disgusted I was when I came upon her one evening In the garden with that solemn aaa, Leonard Ashwell. and 1 do believe he was talking poetry about the moon light! As I came near, I aaw Marjorte's Annt Henrietta comlna down from the house to look for her. Marjorle Versc hoyle called out to me quite eageny tn ask what score the football team had made. No doubt she was tired to death of Shelley and the moonllght,ana glad to hare a little sensible conversa tion for a change. "Oh! It's Tommy Braddon." aald Aunt Henrietta. (Meanwhile Ashwell had sneaked off down the snruunery.j "I am so short-sighted, but L reauy thought" "Mr. Braddon Is giving me a moat Interesting account ot the game," said Marjorle. w had oulte a good talk; she seemed to want to get the taste of Aahwell'a poetry and moonlight out of her mouth; but half an hour after, when I strolled down the garden to have a surreptitious cigarette, blessed If be wasn't at It again! looking at ner aa sentimentally as as a cat at a saucer of cream! But there wasn't much sentiment after I Joined them, you Then that Ashwell began trying to make friends with me asked me into hia room to hare a quiet smoke, ana so on. I suppose he saw that Mlas Verschoyle thought no end or me, ana n he wanted to get on my right side. But I'm not ao easily tooled. Miss Verschoyle was quite Inter ested to hear that I had been In his rooms, and asked me heaps of ques tions about the furniture and orna ments, and especially about the photo vrafiha. "Was there one of Miss DIsartr aha naked. Miss Dlsart was a girl who was .tavin at our home, too a handsome girl but not my style, who was malt- ina- a dead aet at Leonard Ainweii. -vo." I told her. "there wasn't one of Mlaa Dlsart. but there was a nor trait oa bis writing-table tnat ne was always gating at when he thought I mat lOOklntT." :i "What what was It like!", she asked. wn I think It was an actress," I ..m ttth oulte -shuddered). "She a atar in her hair, and stars on her drees, aad a great deal ot bare Bhoulder." ' Mlas Verschoyle blushed. Fancy hinahiaa- kaeanse I talked of an ctrees bare shoulder! . But I like girls to be simple, aont you 7 For us men u s quite different but a girl cant be too aimnl for MM. "And you're sure there Isn't one of Miss 018117" ane asuea again. ' aan. " I aald. Tre got one of her. though. It you waat to aee one. Her brother eweppea ll wna t mm oiaer mhhtah for my old camera." "Look here." aald ' Marjorle confi dentially, "1 wish yoa would offer to glrettto hla la exchange tor the tor the actress, yon know. I should like just to know what ne wouia say. "By Jorel I will." I cried; "but rm ore he's too far gone oa that mctme " She acta ally blushed again. .-Next ttaae 1 taw her, aae. aai -wn. what ssxweas?" ' H la Jaat as I expected." I said; "he would sot hear i parting wua tnat And them she was nicer to me that erer. Aai she would hardly speak to lcai&ra Aahvs3 thai t?y aad ts next. And he seemed quite low-spirit- ed about It And In he evening I heard blm try ing to persuade her to come with him down to. the lake. She seemed hesi tating, ao I Just whispered to her as 1 happened to pass: "Remember the actress!" She looked at ae aad smiled. Thank you, Tommy. 1 will." Jut then her Aunt Henrietta came "Where are you going. Marjorle?" She was always following Marjorle about and noticing whom aha was talk Ing with. ! "I was going down la the lake," aald Marjorle. "Mr. Braddon will Uke care ot dm, wont yoa, Mr. Braddon T Of eearse I walked off with her. leaving Leonard Ashwell standing there, aad Jolly well serve blm right! . But we had hardly got to the lake whea Marjorle began to shiver, and naked aae to fetch her a abawl from the bowse. Wen, of coarse. I had to go and fetch tt; and when I came hack, ahe dtdalaeemteaeedasbawl, not much, Leonard Aahwell's Arms Were Around Her. ter Leonard Ashwell's arms were round her, and she had her head on his aboulder. As you may Imagine, I was speech- with dlsxust. And then ne actually had the audacity to kiss her before -me and to say: "Congratulate i. Tommy. You ve been our oesi friend all through." Aa If I wanted to be a friend to a pair of spoony lunatics! And the actress? Well. It turned oat to be a photograph of Marjorle herself In fancy dress, and flattered out of all recognition. And if a airl who once seemed to have some glimmerings of sense In her can make such a fool ot herself as that, can you wonder that 1 think less of the sex than ever? Absentmlnded Man. "I guess I had the most absentmlnd ed man in the world In my chair this morning." said a Seventeenth street barber yesterday. "He came In and aat down near the door to wait his turn. I jelled 'next' at him two or three times when my chair was va cant, but he. waa dreaming and dldnt hoar me. Finally 1 .touched him on the shoulder and told him I was ready for him. What do you want me to dor ne asked. " 'Why, get In the chair If you want anything.' I replied. 'This Is a barber shop.' 'Oh, yes.' he said, and then he got Into' the chair. He leaned back ao I let the chair down and shaved him. He didn't have a word to aay. When I finished him up be got out of the chair and took the check over to the cashier. He paid and started out. When halt way thi 'ugh the door he stopped. ' - say,' he said to me, 'what did yon de to mer "'I ebaved you,' I aald. "'Darn the luck,' he replied. 1 wanted a haircut.' Then he went out scowling." Denver Poat. High Time for Compromise. In Mcintosh county, Georgia, there ... . lawaiiit r lut-i cow. The cow was dead, but the lawsuit went on. It was decided by the Jtuuoe or me peace, appealed, remanded, decided again, and once more appealed and remanded. This went on until the case came, back to the aqulre for .the eleventh time. ' - It was a Jury case, aaa wnen u hut trial was on the aqulre Baton lined the attorney by announcing an Indefinite postponement, saying: This case has exhausted the whole Jury venire of the county, and yoa will nave to wait until the coming feneration gets old enough for Jury service." Then the litigants compromlaed. Hie Experience. "After all." aald the philosopher, "the ml Joy of a thug la In the an ticipation of It" "Well." replied Henpeck. "If there s aay Joy la matrimony that must he tt" Catfeoue Standard aad Time. - That Ward -Other." i Bjajderataal"aald Miss Fassy. "that he told yoa 1 waa not like the other glru he had met la thla city.". -Mot exactly, dear,", replied Mlas Pepprey: "he aald yoa were not tike the stria he had mot here." . ArtthmetleaL "There la safety la a ambers,", said the strategist ' Tee,", answered Mr. Deatta G: "specially U the mambert m tjifcSe the bllHov'i aad hare a Cr-22f CTS tafctst tt tvta." r Very Low Fares for the Round Trip. Liberal Stopover Privileges. Lontf Limit-Viritble Route. The Old Missions, the Ocean Beaches, The Orange Croves, the Resort Hotels, Some of the Attractions -Awaiting You. Los Angeles. San Francisco, cfi Iuim I o IS. t fl Jon I to Spl. IS. HOU Limit Oct. II. Chy. Una rrdueuoae points. This is THE HOLSTER Freeman Fdry & Mfg Co., HOOD HANDLES THESE H0ISTERS Also Chandler & Taylor Boilers and Engines, . Norwalk Compressors. Jeffrey Rock Drills, Revere & Bird Belting, and a Full Line of Mining Supplies. A. Hood & Sons Imp. Co. Baxter Springs. Kansas. CITY LIVERY Barn, W. R. STREET. Manager. Good Rigs, Safe sonable Good Mules and Horses Bought and Sold . Old Sumner Barn, East of Dent's If you are are not doine: your fainil justice. a i If you are LL1C UUt U Cby ILL Jm .3 4-Vi s II UL UU1UZ IUC7 tiCe. Where do (First published April 18, 1907.) Notice of Publication. In the district court bt Cherokee coon ty, Kansas, sitting at Colnmbas. Pearl Kemper, Plaintiff, vi . Windom Kemper. Defendant. The State of Kansas to Windom Kern per. defendant above named, greeting: Vn in herabv notified that plaintiff in tbe above entitled action did oa the J lib day ot April Cle in above court her peti tion aninsi voo. aakina the roart for a decree ot divorce from you oa the grounds ot -non-enpport; asking lor care ana cus tody of tbe children thereia referred to, for alimony and anil money, aad for tbe coats ot tbe action. om will uke further notice ibat yoa mast answer tbe said petitioa on r before tae 31st el alay, oc same iU S wen aa AdveiesTbc Summer Tours to California and the Northwest. The Rlsht Time to Ce-the Onfcr Way to Ce. Write me for particular and literature. L. B. Smith, Passenger Agent, Kanau City, He. That every horsterman favors. , Why? Because they are easy to operate, smooth running (cut gear), capable of standing heavy service, with the least possible delay and expense for repairs. THE BEST H0ISTER on the market All Kinds of MINING MACHINERY. Horses and Rea Charges. Grocery 265 not taking the taking it, but fk 1U1 IUiVUU CULU wxi 11 1 nVt inn' JUkJ- you standP: ; trot and judgment rendered accordingly. McNsnx ft Williams, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Attest this nth day of April, 1907. C. H. IIcNay. District Clerk. (ssal By C. U. Rood, Depoly. PnvtoF -rnrr'T LJMUl L-IU- s L B. WATSON, Prcprictcr a . . Dealer ia" Fruit and Onurtntzl Tri r-. ! Scull Fruit Stock. , it to assy store.