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I r p. i rf' r ( I. K D. M. JONES, T columbus MARBLE W0BK8. Effective Nor. 16, the Frisco will sell round trip tickets to all points on its lines at double the , current one way first class rate. C. S. Robkxts, Agent BAXTER UVERY BARN. Oldest in the city. Established C I jzzn ago. Good service ud reasonable rates. J. DISCHOFSBERGER.-?rcix j. h. boswell, u. d., Phvsiaan and Snrteon OTer Dent's Store. 05ce Excursion if 1 cr via (I J Frisco There are still nine 9 business days left of our great Bargain Giving Sale. Come tomorrow; come early. Rummage around. Let your money do double and treble duty. There are hundreds and hundreds of bargains. Why not get your share of this dependable, trustworthy merchandise at prices never before attempted by any business house within one hundred miles of Baxter Springs. All prices given in our first advertisement are still here for you, and we are continually laying out other lines for your inspection, We call your attention to an EXTRA SPECIAL of a lot of Black Satteen Sorosis Underskirts. The $1.25 kind at 75c. The $1.50 kind at $1.15. The $2.00 and $2.25 kind at $1.60. Select your dress or skirt pattern John I Congnulonal Coavtutloo. I The Republicans of the Third congressional district of the state of Kansas will meet in delegate convention at the city of Parsons on Friday, February 28, 18, at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of nominating a Republican can didate for condidate for congress for said district. Also to elect two delegates to the Republican national convention to be held in Chicago, June 16, 1W8, and to choose committeemen for the congressional committee of said district for the ensuing term. The basis of representation tn said convention will be one dele gate for each 200 votes or major fraction thereof cast for C. . Denton for secretary of state in 1906. The apportionment from each county of delegates in said convention, on the above basis, the several counties of the dis trict will be as follows: Chautauqua 8 Cherokee 18 Cowley 16 Crawford 13 fclk 7 Labette 13 Montgomery ....... .' ao Neosho 13 Wiltoa 10 The election of the delegates to said convention will be by dele gate county convention in each of said counties, and the eliction of delegates to each county con vention will be nnder the direc tion of the various county cen tral committees. It is recommended that the chairman of the county central committee in each of the counties certify the names of all congres sional delegates and alternates as selected to this committee at Pittsburg, Kansas. By order of Third Congression al Committee. J.A.NUTTMAN, H. Cavavess, Sec Cbairctn. January 14, 1903. DEGGS' CHERRY COUGH M O Theo. W. Kitchen, Manager. Published January 16, 1908.) Publication Notice. Martha A. Dardenne, plaintiff, vs. John M. Daugherty, Clara C. Daugherty, Wil liam Valliere, Francis Valliere, Martha Valliere. and Chai. M. Jones, adminis trator of the estate of Ben Dardenne, de ceased, defendants. PUBLICATION SUMMONS, State of Kansas, County of Cberokee.ts Above named defendants, John M Daugherty, Clara C. Daugherty, William Valliere, Francis Valliere, and Martha Valliere, are hereby notified that you have been sued by Martha A Dardenne, above named plaintiff, for the reformation of 1 certain warranty deed, and that the peti tion of said plaintiff is now on file in the offjee of the clerk of the District Court of Cherokee County. State of Kansas, sitting at Galena, and that you most answer said petition on or before the and day of March A. D. 1908, or Mid petition will be taken as true and judgment rendered against you for the reformation mentioned in the petition of plaintiff, and forever barring you from setting up or claiming any interest in or to, and quieting the title in said plaintiff, to the following described real estate, to-wit: Lots numbered four (4) and five (5) in block six (6) Omaha's First addition to city of Baxter Springs, Cherokee County. State of Kansas; and substituting the name of plaintiff at grantee in said deed of said real estate instead of the name of Ben Dardenne, now deceased; and judgment will be ren dered against you for the costs. MARTHA A. DARDENNE, Plaintiff. By E. H. Culliaon, Atty for Plaintiff. Witness my hand this 15th day of Janu ary, 1908. C H. McNay, seal Clerk of the District Court, By C. H. Oott, Deputy. DR. A. J. THOMPSON DB17TIST. Daniels block, Baxter Springs, Kas When in town Try the, STl(llf 0. H. FRAZEE, Prop flul RE Up-To-Date Barber Shop, O. O. Roberts, Prepr. MtlzpLzilj aid Lte Good Darbers Best treatment ::rf;CATa cf tzxixZtTt Co now, and save the Cooper FEW STRIKES IN KANSAS. Last Year There Were Only 17 Walk outs, Involving 938 Men In the State. Topeka, Feb. 4. The Kansas So ciety of Labor began its sessions in; Representative hall Monday. The; meetings promise to be harmonious in contrast to those of last year. Mon day's session was taken up with the hearing of reports and the work of committees. W. L. A. Johnson, state labor commissioner, and secretary of the society, in his annual report showed that there were only 17 strikes in Kansas last year, compared with 45 a year ago. The total number of men Involved was 938 and the loss in wages was $113,016. The loss of wages on account of strikes in 1906 was almost $1,000,0000. According to the report there art 87,719 persons employed In factories la Kansas. Of these 3,609 are women. Sympathy With Portugal. Washington, Feb. 4. A resolution of sorrow was adopted by the house Tuesday in connection with the assas sination of King Carlos and Crown Prince Luis of Portugal, as follows: "Resolved that the House of Represen tatives of the United States of Amer ica has heard with profound sorrow of the assassination of King Carlos and Crown Prince Luis and tenders the people of Portugal sympathy in their national bereavement." The president was requested to forward the resolution to Portugal Hydrophobia From Milk. Chicago, Feb. 4. A family of IS ar rived in Chicago to undergo medical treatment designed to prevent hydro phobia. They believe they have con tsacted It by drinking milk from a cow which was suffering with the disease, and whloh was killed one week ago. The family is that ot James Gellatly of Hamilton county, Nebraska, and in clude besides Glllatly and his wife, nine children and the mother of Mrs Glllatly. Roosevelt Compared to Isaiah. Chicago, Feb. 4. Rev. Amsi C. Dix on, pastor of Moody church, one ol the largest congregations in Chicago compared In an Interview Monday night President Roosevelt to the pro phet Isaiah crying the nation's sin and declared that Mr. Roosevelt Is the first of all presidents to apply uninter ruptedly Christian principles to every day life and to the enforcement of til law. Santa Fe to Take Off Trains. ""' "Tcreka; fel." 4. Beginning Febru ary S'jL-the Santa Fe Railway will cost of making. Co ger trains la Kaasas. General f st ager Hurley says this la made neces sary by the decrease la the roads ears ingi the past year. Fonr train will be discontinued on the mala line, two south of Newton and several oa the Southern Kansas division. rave Woman Evangelist. Detroit, Mich., Feb. 4. Choking vita smoke from a fire that crackled la the rafters directly above sad la treat of her in Kercbeval avenue M. K. church Monday night. Miss Eva Ludgaia, young woman evangelist from Chica go, sang through the lines of "Glory tor Me," while her audience lied out to safety. Her calmness averted serious panic Columbia's New Department. New York, Feb. 4. The trustees of Columbia university have appelated Prof. R. C MacRae to the chair of hu manity, a new department established under an endowment of $100,000, made to the university lor that purpose. Prof. MacRae will spend some time la studying the subject and la familiaris ing himself with humane societies throughout the world and their meth ods of work. Endorse, fiev. Meshes. Poughkeepsle, N. T., Feb. 4. Reso lutions endorsing the candidacy, of Gov. Hughes for president and pledg ing the organisation to do all la its power to bring about his nomination, were adopted by the Dutchess County Republican club Monday night Gov. Hughes will bo the club's guest at a dollar dinner la this city, March 7. A "White League" In Africa. Johannesburg, Feb.. 4. A movement waa inaugurated here Tuesday at a largely attended meeting to boycott Asiatic traders and all employers ef Asiatics. It Is aa outcome ef the re cent anti-Asiatic agitation la the Transvaal. A "white league' was ap pointed to further the jnevemeat throughout the colony. First pnbOisbsd Jaa, 0, t&otj Publication fistic. la the district court of Cherokee county, , Billing Bl VNHH. ' rvoucATiosi Hortca. , , Dolly Gorman, Plaintiff, vs , Lester Gorman, DeJeadaal ' State of Kansas, Cherokee county, oa. The State of Kansas to the above uul defendant, greeting: Voe arherrtyr0tiSed tM yvm bsve Deae aeea 13 t cats by aid plaintiff tiuwrtt; it w os lit In the cF.ce cl tv C'rV ef 4 Cmrt is the city cf C 3e . cierUe coanty, Kaasaa, and tv-t er yoa ar said petition on cr. ktf n 1 -. rf February, 10c t? : '" . petition w& t u- 1 . 1 . : marriage vows between said plaintiff and defendant and granting an absolute di vorce to said plaintiff and plaintiff will be restored to her maiden name, and recover her costs herein expended. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my baad and affixed the seal of said court Ibis and day of January, 1908. C. H. McNAY. (sal) Clerk of the District Court . E. B. Morgan, Attorney for Plaintiff. PAY THE Heart Prices it til tlses for the followia. ueaa, per pound. 07 e Spring- chicken, 2 lbs and over.07 e Breilera,lto21bs,perlb....0S c Roosters, old, each 10 c Boosters, ronnr, eacb IS c nan Turkey, per lb 00 c Yeans; gobblers, per lb. ...... .09 c Old gobblers, per lb OR c Geese, per lb 04 e Docks, per lb 06 Young docks, per lb 06 e Eggs, per dosen 15 c Batter per lb 14 c Green hides, per lb ..243c Prices ssbject to cxrkct cfcsnrc ALSO BOYS HIDES AXD FUSS, ' West ef Gosper's, Baxter Springs B. H. ' CULLI50N, LAWYER. Notary Public. Abstracts of Title Examined. Offlce in Ianiels Block. ' ' ED. COVEY, Proprietor Freight, Household Goods and u tides of &H kiads haded s,t rsj essiie rates, IT7TPTT I B. VAT. ., Frcilx ':tt-'i"C: -.:,--! Trtts t: r V jane 269; Residence phoae 23 1 YUP cures coo jta and ceLis. a&anl tea of Us principal local - radared j5j,t . ..