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I 3r i 1. 1 'IP n 4 t u t 3C 1 . t ,DR. A.. J. THOMPSON,! II DENTIST. Daniels block, Baxter Springs, Kai J. H. BOSVELL, I.!. D Physician and Surgeon Office over Dent's Store. Office phone 269; Residence phone 2S1 Daxte r In Ttn" T ft'i n ftT hi i lliri UiiriL N1H Pacific Coast Jtpanet Raising 11m 07 t. Arouse Pablic 8att-' ment ta Bom. ADDITIOXAL FACTS ABOUT WHO KANSAS STATE NEWS. Mora Pay For Rural Carrier. After July 1, 1907, th pay checks when art limed monthly from Um Topeka postofflce to the rural mall carriers of Kansas will amount to about 1110,000 or nearly one and one half million dollars a year. An an nual Inoreaae of about 1280,000. Post- Ann.' master Rodger hat recelTed word pMtomce aeparuneni at Raaarta Paanlna BtmM sha a j Li.. n . . . .'from the ngminmriuini ran in afaaan mmm i . . the American Japanese teeured by Washington that the new law mere. PI siin in it 1 Frisco Time Table. by the Associated FreesWhat the Plotter Demand. L B, WATSON, Proprietor Dealer in Fruit and Ornamental Trees and Small Fruit Stock 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 lt OWL GROCERY & RESTAURANT, O. rl. FRAZEE, Proprietor. Meal 20c at Meal Hour. Short Ordca Between Time Served beat war. Good Home Cook inc. NEWS Bide. DRS. JONES & IMINNEY, PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS. All calls day or night prompt ly answered. Office over Haskett's dry goods store. All Phones No. 1. E. H. CULLISON, LAWYER. Notary Public. Abstracts Title Examined. Office in Daniels Block. of BAXTER LIVERY BARN. Oldest in the city. Established 30 years ao. Good service and reasonable rates. J. BISCHOFSBERGER, Prop. CITY DRAT LINE. ED. COVEY, Proprietor Freight, Household Goods and ar ticles of all kinds hauled at reas onable rates EM. JONES, HI. k4 p COEUMBUS MARBLE WORKS. G. W. DANIELS NOTARY PUBLIC B1XTXK SPKISQS. IAN8A8. Territory Mortgages, Leases,-Con- tracts, Deeds and all kmds of pa Waahlngton, June It. Thousands of dollars are being raised by the Japanese of the Paclflo coast to carry out the compact they have entered Into with the progressive party of Japan for the overthrow of the Salon Jl ministry, the annulment of the ex clusion clause In the Immigration bill and the guarantee of the naturalisa tion right of the Japanese subjects residing In this country. These addi tional facts In the- International plot were vouched for In semi-official cir cles Monday night The enormous fund which Is being collected will be used to arouse a feeling In the Jap anese empire antagonistic to (be American government. Notwlthsandlng Mr. Takahashl'a sweeping denial of the existence of the alliance between the Japanese of the Pacific coast and the anti-administration party In Japan, the Associat ed Press Monday secured the text of certain reports which he forwarded to Tamaoka In Seattle and the Jap anese society of Seattle. In one of the reports which It was authorita tively stated Monday, was afterward read by Takahashl at a secret mass meeting of Japanese In Seattle on th evening of May 26, he quoted Am bassador Aokl's statement In regard to the relations between the United States and Japan, growing out of the recent disturbances In San Francisco and the adoption by the congress of th United States of the Immigration law excluding coolie labor from con tinental United States. Takabashl's report In part Is as follows: My object in discussing the Jap anese Immigration limitation law with Ambassador Aokl was: First, tile nullification of the present Immigra tion limitation law . "Second, opposing the would-be Im migration law (proposed new treaty) said to be contemplated by Japan and the United States. - "Third, acquiescence In the Japan ese naturalization rights In the United States. I "To these discussions Ambassador , Aokl said: 'Japan has ample grounds to oppose the Immigration limitation law, but If we go to extremes I fear war. Regarding this Japanese limita tion law, the Japanese government absolutely disagrees with the United I State and will ask the naturalization rights for the Japanese people, which th United States government will 1 have to eventually grant At present the re-election of a president Is near Ing, so we are hesitating at this time to bring up these questions which are unpopular In American politics.' "What we must call especial atten tion to Is the fundamental antagonis tic statements that the embassy made compared with those of Secretary Straus (Interview on May 7). We can not ourselves be satisfied with such uncertainty and the contradic tory statements." Milwaukee, Wis., June 11. Secre tary of War Taft In an Interview Mon day nlgbt says there will be no war with Japan. He has faith that the United States and Japan will continue their way along most peacefully to gether. The secretary said: "War with Japan? Don't, you believe It Never mind the news that keeps com ing. Tou can quote me emphatically as saying that I have an abiding faith that the United States and Japan will continue their way along most peace fully together. You can rest as sured of that. Never mind the scare- head dispatch." Ing th wages paid th rural carriers would tak effect July 1. and that be should, after that dat. make out the pay check at th Increased amount of $900 for each carrier In th stat who has a rout of 21 mile or mora. There are about 1,600 rural mail carriers In th stat and but few of them have routes which are tes than IS miles In length carriers, there are about 40 of them, are to receive1 1864 annually. Th total Increase will mak th annual pay roll about f 1,440.000. NORTH BOUND. Barrr Orchard Still Under Croat Examination In th Haywood No 118 tor Kan" City departs at Case at Boise. . 10 'or Kansas City via Cherokee departs at - No. 110 for Kansas City via Pittsburg departs at No. 120 for Kansas City via Pittsburg departs at DEFENSE UNABLE TO SHAKE HIS STCM No. 324 fur Ka.isai City via Joplin departs at SOUTH BOUND. Attorney Richardson Endeavoring t Th Only Pest Walt Mason seems to be hitting his old gait He has the following char acterlsUe Kansas "pome": Kansas raises com and sorghum and a hun dred kinds of grain; and she raises hogs and cattle till the figures cause a pain; and she raises cows and wild cats and sb raises ducka and geese, and she often raise thunder when she ought to be at peace. Tou have heard of Kansas chickens which lay forty kinds of eggs; you have heard of Kansas horses, with long whiskers on their legs; you have beard of Kan sas products tUl you simply cannot rest; and the blooming Kansas poet Is the only Kansas pest Show Discrepancies and Improba- No. 109 for Oklahoma City via Afton departs at biiltle In th Tstlmony-witns No t25 for Oklahoma City via Afton departs at Wh.7 Ask7d About WiC. No- 147 fur Oklahoma City via Afton departs at 1 No. 115 for Oklahoma City via Afton departs at Bolus, June 11. By noon Tuesday t c -- Harry Orchard under croaaexamlna- EAST BOUND, tion. had described la detail th i- ' plosion at th Bradley residence la No. 310 for Jophn departs at San Francisco and was giving parti- No. 149 for St. Louis via Joplin departs at These euU 01 attemp J" Den;,rot0 No. 324 for Kansas City via Joplin and Pittsburg departs rado, la December, 1904. ' .No. 320 for Joplin from Kansas City departs at Continuing it cross-examination jfo. 318 for Joplin from' points south departs at th witness as to the dynamiting of WEST BOUND Frd Bradley of San Francisco, and( besldea endeavoring to "how dls- No m from fo wichita and west departs at m."kd. K?55 J-3 No. 180 from St. Louis to Wichita and west departs at been in part Inspired by Detective 12:11 am 2:35 am 9:55 am 3:55 pra 9:05 am 1.-05 am 740 am 9:45 am 5:15 pm 5:55 am 3.-00 am 9.-05 am 9:45 am 4:50 pin '6:40 pm 7:40 pm 12:01 am 8:40 am McParland. I Ther was first an effort to ahow, that Orchard had never - seen not heard of the Japanese servant who cleaned the porch at th Llnfortb flats th morning Bradley was blown p nntll McParland told him about him. Orchard denied this, and swort that he saw th Japanese and that h had to wait for th Japanese ta leav th porch before be placed the I bomb. This schedule went into effect June 9, 1907. C. S. ROBERTS, Agent. I Then th defense endeavored to A Prolific Cow. I discredit the story of the purchase of James Jenson, of Center township, dynamite from the Judson .Powder Marshall county, has a cow that must company, and the entire claim that have had a "hunch" of the coming high a bomb was used by showing tfie Drtces for stock cattle. However, i wall of the Llnforth building were she overdid the business. She gave 1 birth to six calves at one "litter" re cently but none of them lived. Last year she brought forth three and th year before that the same number, while three years ago her first venture was twins. Is there any other' cow In the world that has a record of fourteen calve In three years 7 Neobesho Brirk Qo to Old Mexlo, Mr. Ballou manager of the brldk plant at Bluff City, whose headquar ters are Neodesha, has Just received an order for several car loads of brick to be shipped to Cananea, Mexi co, to buUd a bank. The buff brick are much In demand and are shipped frequently to points In New Mexico and Arizona, which accounts for the Mexico order. Kelly Case Continued. Under an agreement the case of the itate against ex-Treasurer T. T. Kelly was continued Indefinitely by ;he su preme court It will go to the heel of the docket and nothing mor will be tietrd of It for some tlrre. This suit m tire one appealed from the district :ourt of Shawnee county and Involves the alleged shortage of (9,000 on Ok !aboma warrants. A Crumb of Comfort There are thirteen bankers and no Jdltors In th Kansas penitentiary, This may tend to comfort an editor the next Urn the bank refuses to al low an sxtentlon on his note. - St'tfman a Suicide. Peter Johnson, an old settler in Formosa, committed suicide by drink Ing carbolic acid. He was a stock and grain dealer and owned much land ther. Bryc Mad a Doctor of Law. . Chicago, June . 11. Ambaasaflor James Bryc delivered the oonvooa- I tlnn nratlnn at tha .invocation A- pers legally executed at reasonable Tiregday. The BUbJect of the address. , prices. Territory blanks on band was "What university instruction . J' ' ': ' MT D To Provide Intellectual Pleas- .!.' ' ' ' rea For Later Life." After th award- 1 " - . REWARD j tog of degrees to the graduates, Pres- ; 'For evidence wblcb will convict the ident 'Judson conferred upon the Brit- party or parties who have been damaging tbe property of the Bax ter Telephone Compaoy, by break, log glas Insulator or otherwise, t , . E. W. Dow, Manager. lsh ambassador the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws., Santa Fa' Licensed In Missouri. Jefferson City, Mo., Jun 1L Secre tary of 8tat Swanger Tuesday Baptist Church. Will hold service on the second Missouri.' The company - has been sn;d.r.ofchTu,ii .. 2IZ and8p. mM at the residence of ,tt attomey, agreed ts Rev. James Tanner. comply wlta the state laW and tak , '. , . T I out a license, " ' " 4 , -: V Screen wire, all widths,' lowest ; Cabrera Say H''Ailw. 'prices at Gregory's. Special rate " New York, June ' 1 The consai cn lar amount - ' . eneral tor. Guatemala received a WT - ;.. . -- pitch rom Prasldeat' CaBrtra Tsv day.wUtlng that th president !! all EUILDJNd STCNB FOR SALE. 1 right'' The atatement that Prsl4t : Icaeerplyyonw!th.n.mo0nt been' killed was la .' I rices resionatle. U.T.CXSa. " licensed the : Atchison Toneka 1 A Santa F railroad to do business t.u $in- Usldes the eoit of th 1c Commancement at Stat Normal. Th annual commencement exer cises at the state normal school took place In Albert Taylor hall, C6 grad uates receiving diplomas. Mors than halt of the counties la the state are represented In the graduating class as were also the states of Michigan, Oklahoma, California and Indian ter ritory. The commencement address was delivered by J. M. Greenwood, superintendent of schools of Kansas City, Mo. An address was also made by Hon. B. T. Falrchlld, etate super intendent of schools. The diplomas were presented by Superintendent A. IL Bushty, president of the board of rejenta. . Shipping Egos to Mexico. lh Wn Bros. Commercial com pany of CoKayville shipped a ear load it c-ggs over tha Santa F to HermosO lo. Old Mmooo. In th car there were 500 cases of e:g and each case oon- ulned 10 dozen, making a total of ll )00 dozen eggs. "The freight on the af tram Coff eyvlUe to Hermoanio wDI in the road. ell Plague Kills Horse. Th disease known a, anthrax, or Siberian ' boll plaga. has appeared unong the hones of -Henry 'Foley, 1ft- Ing '11 miles' north "of .AtchlsOn. lit. Foley ha already, lost a mule and a aorse, and other animals ar sick. It laid -aiRBAxattAcfci verythlcs' ta i animal kfngtoa; faclodlnt man;'' Cemmencement at Weslpyan.- Five youfig, women and two yocrg I men receirea taeir Ciloz. t': blown outward and that Bradley nad been blown into the street. Attor ney Richardson demanded that the witness explain how the explosion of a bomb had had these effects. Orchard said he could not explain tbe matter, but expressed the opin ion that Bradley was standing side ways to the bomb and that the ex plosion followed tbe line of least resistance and carried him Into th street At the request of the defense Or chard stood before the Jury and drew( a diagram of the entrance to the Llnforth Flats. As to the details of his story Or chard seems Infallible. ; He repeats them as often as Rich-, ardson desires and seems never to lose patience. For 'the first time since his cross examination began Harry Orchard Tuesday morning showed decided emotion. ' It was when Attorney Richardson . put the witness on the rack for his neglect of his two de serted wives. Orchard Insisted that Haywood and Pettlbone promised to care for the wife at Cripple Creek, but bad failed to do so. When he admitted that he knew his first wife had worked at cheese making for a living, Orchard's lower Up quivered, he swallowed hard on a lump In his throat; bis answers were short and hla voice very husky. Richardson continued this grilling for IS minutes but failed to break the witness down.1 Orchard said It was while he was living with Steve Adams that he was detailed by Haywood to help Adam? assassinate Judge Gabbert In Denver. "Haywood aald he wanted us to shoot Gabbert because be felt the use of dynamite would get everybody in trouble," said Orchard. His Idea In continuing to kill was to get the ranch Haywood, Moyer and Pettl bone had promised him. 'And you were ready to kill every body In Colorado for an $800 ranch V suggested Richardson. "I don't know about .that" Once more Richardson reverted' to Orchard's gambling proclivities. Three or four times a day th subject has come up since the cross-examination began. This time Haywood's at torney wanted to know what sort of tame Orchard clayed. ' He said he nlaved Faro bank, draw poker, atud poker and Black Jack. He denied that, he had evet run a game and In response to a question wnicn naa been Dronounded nearly a scot or times before, Insisted that be lost at gambling more often than he won. Orchard aald he lurked about Judge Gabbert' house several nights, hop ing for a chance to shoot him. Why dldnt you go up and ring the doorbell and pump It lntoJtimr asked Richardson. "Because t . was . too cowadly.,, aald Orchard without a moment's hesitation. r- . Orchard waa being questioned as to the- make-op of th bombs jra pand for Gov. Peabody when th luncheon rcea until 1:10 m. waa ordered. . .-1 : This is THE HOISTER in That every hoisterman favors. Why? Because they are easy to operate, smooth running (cut gear), capable of standing heavy service, with the least passible delay and expense for repairs. THE BEST HOISTER on the market All Kinds of MINING MACHINERY Freeman Fdry & Mfg Co. HOOD HANDLES THESE HOI5TERS Also Chandler & Taylor oilers and Engines, i 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, . -,t New Pittsburg, Kan I Dry. Pittsburg. Kan., Jun 11. Thl city was dry Tuesday tor the first Urns In IS year, every. saloon here hav ing doaed at midnight upon order from Mayor Fisher and as a direct result -of Attorney General Fred Jackson's crusade. Z Practically every saloon . kepr had " previously re-1 c Croat W. R. STREET. Manager. Good Rigs, Safe Horses and Rea- sonable Charges. i v Good Mules and Horses Bought and Sold y Old Sumner Barn, East of Dent's Grocery Phone 265 rr tieJr filtljiLaatca t" j moved Ms future .and-- stick ; If you are not taking tlio Baxter Springs -Nb yjon are not doing your famil justice. : If you are taking it. In are not paying for itj you ar not doing the pubHsher jun SCice. -'. TThere do youuincl?