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BAXTER SPRINGS NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. CUAS. L SMITH, Editor and Owner. One copy one year $ 1.00 One copy six months SO Oue copy three months . . .25 la Cauda, $1.50 per year. All svbscriptioas are payable strictly in advance. e Entered at the postoffice in Baxter Springs, Kansas, as second class mail matter; THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1908. Langford of the 3 Bars. OHArrta xix. The teease. Tht little county Mat awoke la the mornlnf to a straare eight. The atofm bad sot abated. The wind still blowing at bllstard rate off the aortbweat hills, aad Baa, ley snow was swirling so thickly through tbe void air tbat vision was obstructed. Build ing were dlstlngulibable only as shad ows abowing faintly tbrough a heavy white vsu. Tbe thermometer had gone many degrees below' the sero mark. It was steadily growing colder. Tbe old er inhabitants said it would surely break the record the coming night An Immense fire had been built In the sitting-room. Thither Mary and Louise repaired. Here they were Joined by Dale, Langford and Gordon. "You should be out at the ranch looking after your poor cattle, Mr. Langford." aald Mary, smilingly. She could be light-hearted now since a lit tle secret had been whispered to her last night at a tea party where no tea had been drank. Langford had gravitated toward her as naturally as steel to a magnet He shrugged bis big shoulders and laughed a little. "The Scribe will do everything that can be done.- Honest bow, did you think this trial could be pulled off; without met "But there caa be no trial to-day." Whynotr "Did I dream the court house burned .last night r "H yon did, ws are all dreamers " "Then bow cfiyou hold court?" "W hive erone back to toe time v. .kmk mwA atata war .one and I ," - --- i uircim. , ----- -. ; o'clock sharp la the meeting house. he said. -Louise waa looking whitehead . ml avahta. - -v "Yon are aot contemplating running i an l.... nmjtnm' ' Ttlla - i . away, are your asked Gordon, A"Thla laWusual weather really. cm. rAmA at vim with a nltlful . - - . i .n. ' I "vmjmv. j IOT IBO Biaiv wmm hhihvhii ww.M.a i - - , .'. I should like to be strong and brUf Mm tfcty wmJted -or Charlie .voured him his every look and word brave and enduring nnd capable like Nfhtblrd whose dark f rosea face 2 end. action. Mary was very psle, ear Mary. Too don't believe It do .you.? .atvat. moment turned Ward the ried thus back to the dread realities It's true, though. But I cant. iHj TJak and id homesick and cold. I ougnt : hht to have come. I am not the kind; ton ssld It yon know, i am home Just as soon ' U uu court is i over. I mean It" I na,aVlaa' that. Oar. I f i uero wm . i :0n bowed his head. Hla Kca'f"! if Ka coma infinar tnaft he i i'-aAita it had come sooner than - 1 thnuxht i:2 an thm Mcords of the work yeste dky had been burned. There was Both-. th defendant's statements t-- wV Ih iit to do but begla at the Ja,tnlng r- again. It was dlaeouragWg. untnUHi fa ; parts, major and minor. The esting.' But It had to be Joncr-DaleifaiTacted;- "r" refused poslUvely to adjonrn. The J R,ch4Ta aordoa arose from his Jurymen were all here. 0 tte llttl 1 CBa,r H fBot WBi wWtt Hta IaB 'ar?uV 'eaaa WaveTalltamTl tfr. If t . . .a..t the flro-bags h thought to pcpono , vents to ala thne by lastalght s 1 tW-would" fled themselves very j greatly mlsUkea, The church was fobs and narrow like n conntry schbol- house, and rather roomy- conwuenng the sise of the town, n nao prvcue - windows also like a cotiT..syhtjMr house four oa the west elde. through which the flae snow was drifting, four opposite. The storm kept few at none with lha wcwpttm offthe-pwlflfr from across ;the river. ; There - were enough' staylag la the towa to fill the room to IU ntmortmiU. BUndlng room waa at a -p-emlaas.- Th- eAtfy Swcrowded. Men aot abto to get la Signed back through the;eatUng I -a n Hif to retara prwent-' y to see U the sltaatioa had change any daring their brier aneeace. tp an, the work of yesterday was gone ewer again. " . Bo close waa the pack of people that the lira roaring la the big etova hv the middle the room was alnk'la saaouiderlag quiet The eavt' ....i.. a lan unbearable else, "i The thai, had beam bromght tramping feet lay ta Uttle melted pools oa the rough looting. Mea for got to oat peanuts aad women forgot to chew their fuat-eept oner two extremely aervoaa ones wboee-Jawa moved the taster tuder t' Itlmulus of hysteria: Jesse Blsek was-teninT hii-storr. : : '-V-riVr' "Along Joward the )st of M JalT. Ito6i m hike oat tato tie lxtoaa toun: tiV'ta buy a, few., head o(.W.- ' Dsnle. .Theyr sJwsWaIataad It It comes to a sWun cww It comes to a snowwa w j MM7 nt with stitwrgwae . much abotif rH ? rtt aQ afj LL,,, ot moUm ..tra. : anake-lulca'iii.'.- .J-T .Jii iu sis It J 1 "'-' a4 been -.y., gls tot nt John Tellow Woirs shanty along about noon and found there was oth ers ahead of me. Yellow Wolf always was a popular ease. There" was Char lie Nlghtblrd. fett Monroe. Jesse Big Cloud and two or three others whose mugs I did not happen to be onto. After our feed, we all strolled out to the corral. Tellow Wolf said he had bought a likely little bunch from some English feller who was skipping the country starved out and homesick and hadn't put 'em on the range yet He said J was the English teller's brand. I didn't suspicion so under hand dealin'a. Tellow Wolfs always treated me white before, so I bar gained for this here chap and three or four others and then pulled out for home driving the bunch. They fed at home for a spell and then I decided to put 'em on the range. On the way I fell la with Billy Brown here. He was dead set oa bavin' the lot to fill in the chinks of the two car loada he waa sblppln', eo I up and leU him nave em. I showed him this here hlll-o'-sale from Tellow Wolf and made him out one from me. and that was all there was to It He rode to Velpen and I turned on my trail." It was a straight story, and appar ently damaging for the prosecution. It corroborated the atteststions of other itn.nab.aur others. It baa viii . ! plausible ring to It radiated atmospheric legality. If there) had been dirty work It must have orlg inted with that renegade half-breed, Tellow Wolf. And Yellow Wolf waa dead. He bad died while serving a term In the penitentiary for cattle rustling. Uncle Ssm himself had set the seal upon aim aad now he was 4aA. . This insinuated charge be . '. could not answer. The finality of It . seemed" to set it stamp upon the peo ple gathered there upon the 11 good men and true, as well aa apoa others. Yellow. Wolf was dead. George WU llstoa was dead. Their secrets had died with them. Aa Inscrutable fate had lowered the veil. . Who could pierce it? One might believe, but who oonld know? And the law required -knowledge. - w a will cait I. Darin "We will eaU Charlie Nlghtblrd," Mia small, compiaceauy M, wtl There was a little waiting silence a breathless, palpitating alienee, "Is Charlie Nlghtblrd . present r atkad Small, 'casting rather anxious Uys-r-esrr" tb sjwktMi W"-! f,,, N,Kntwrd was notpresent At ' IeJlt B, ot(f B0 gjga coming for-1 . ... 1 vara, i DO race m m" l kii- am kaJ ntrming sky. snd who would f they waited. tpr i' titt the fast dread trump of'jlhe toat dread dar. ... mistake. Couoael ba(j ben mUlnformed. Nlghtblrd . . u. jar a a as imponant vkmhi fcten reported present. Never antl. -.'n1l.t.i AmtmtJA I by the storm, ,',.Ther wou-fall J; Ha waa DrvuauiJ uTaii w.. rinud and othnra to corrobome Ht ,WBi wlhjng hat sv lover now, this mM.oojB.e)r e slim Uttle court .i.rtaih .rw rirriaajuof aome reporter! fffflit dark" clrclwf ome slckieu1 lundet -her eyes tuiftovei lOVeO BUB m..a. w.u a--, uiv-aav m. VoJca,. fftmi V ltbeltt..,r3,3'A.s, V ft&llttaat.-1 salt 1p.r tha Mttrl it cali A witness i-'isr dXiU taafimonv -I aistire r6tir$ ftaof hal': thr pUU had ased all ifoifrtt. Its power to (Dtairtha :rct.aftlB witoesa befj tuOni:ttJ&lJL had failed' and believed at the time that he could not be. traced.-"ttte witness Is now. here aqd,l consider his testintony ol omioer Impor taaea la thes caae,".!. i: : ;o', m1 t uNBM fndi , M. ,M;r'tVV 'TWI tstreaaouslytiut the) court granted the 'petition. He waniea to near every- lUU&g VUU uuu. aviu va 'the dark places la the evidence. ' "I. call Mr. George WilUstoa.T.aald i 1 Hi4 tie atrala erased llmt' 'Lto'ulae jcotercf bker.wywf with . bar banda. Uen eat la if dased. Aad..hmv the VynyJedre tf an ayes stupefied eyes-: ;WiSlstoniwf the -ravaged Laxy 8;thia aad wora hot cams, aataral had schol arly4ooklng aa of old walked froei the' little' ante-room at the side Into tha light aad knowledge of mea once snore and raised his hand for tM oath. Not until this was takea aad he had cat quietly dowath the witness chair did the teasioa ansa. Evea thea mea fotxad itdiaeult to focus their at tea tloa oa Ihe anormoos difference this asw witness mast make la the case thaTV-feir moeaeaU' "Ufore. eeamee iettteC : "1 Maty sat with shtairgoejee ta. e so gay all tbe dreary yesterday sad all the worse to-dsy. Louise shot her a look of pure glsdaeea. Small's (tee was ludicrous la Its drop-Jawed astealskmeat The little lawyer's face was a study. A wok of defiance had crept lata the defend ant's countenance. The preliminary sneetloas were asked aad answered. "Mr. WUllstoa, you maj state where you were aad what yon saw oa the 14th day of July last" WllllstOB. the unfortunate geatle msa aad scholar, the vanquished cow man, for a brief while the most Im portant maa la the county, perhaps, was about to uncover to men's under standing the dark secret hitherto ob scured by a cloud of supposition and hearsay. He told the story of his visit to the Island, and he told It well H WIHisten of the Ravaged Laxy t. It wss enough. Gordon asked ae furth er questions regarding that event "And now, Mr. WUllstoa. you may tell what happened to you on the night of the SOth of last Augustr ' -n-llllatnn kana ta tall the StorT of nivht attack unoa the Lair 8, . . n ... when the galvsnie Small Jumped to his feet The little lawyer touched him with a light head. "Tour honor," he said, smoothly, "I object to that as Incompetent irrele vant and Immaterial, and sot binding on the defendant." "Tour honor." Interrupted Gordon, with great ealmnesa. "we Intend to show you before we get through that this testimony Is competent sad that It Is binding upon the defendant" "Was the defendant there V "The defendant was there." Tbe objection was overrated. So WUllstoa told briefly but to the point the story of the night sttack ttnoa his his home, of the defence by himself and daughter, and of the burning of his house aad sheds. Thea he proceeded: Suddenly, some one caught me from behind, my arms were pinioned to my sides, something was slapped ovar mr mouth. I was flung over a horse and strapped to the saddle all In less time that It takes to tell it nit au knni aarav In 'COmDSnT With i tbe man who had overpowered me." - . . . i . - . . vaojia atralned with expectancy de- He pauaea a moment in aw rciw. of that night ta august, ana snuo- dered, remembering tnet gnssuy gai-. dared, remembering that ghastly gal inin. Lanatord .. could i ecaree re strain himself. He wanted to rip out a, blood-curdling Sioux war-whoop on the spot "Who wss this maa, Mr. Willis ton T" asked Gordon. .. "Jesse, Black." ' Small waa on his feet again, gestlcn- li'tiilg wildly. " " -."1 UDJOCCI IBII I SMs tat ieiviive)sivH, put. n here to prejudice too salads? of 'I object! This U all a fabrication. tbe Jury , against this defendant It Is n Dae bf lies, aad I move that It be strlcksn from, the record." 'The lUtle lawyer bowed his head to rh storii aad shrugged up his shoul ders; Perhaps he wished-that he, or hip assoelateeT-one of the unholy al liance af least wss where the wicked cease from troubling, ba the faraway Islands of tha. does Tseas, possibly, or home on the fsrm. Bst his expression toli'nothtng. ; "Oentletnen 'gentlemen!" expoctu Aated Judge Dale. "aenUexneaJ '' I In sist, This is til out oi oraer.- uniy ai.t Thia la an out or oraer." onir aha Wtlcmaa was out ot order, but ... .a.. - a. -a" -L . ' S fkaai remsJned..nrokmgly cool under, the . M ika. iJradev ; A.V.-.v. f "IkguS the soft touch. Small fen Ut6l(hls chair.- He poured himself a ;lsss of water from the pitcher stand Dg on the attorneys' table "aad drank a little of It nervously. -. 1 move." aald the little lawyer, "that all this touching upon the per aoaal matter of this witness aad hav ing to do with his private quarrels be stricken out of the evidence as not Wring on the case ta questtoa." " .Att ia veln.;Thn Judge ruled that it ididbear.-on the case, aad WUllstoa picked ap tha. thread oi hla story. "Wf rode aid rods hard it must kSvbeca hoars; daylight wss coming before wt stopped. Our Iwrses wars : her revolver from her cowboy, belt spent I had ao idea where we were. tad not been without either since rram the formation of the hud. I - tha Lasv was burned and cried out judged we wart not far frosa tha river. WS were SKmnaoaa ay wnu. a caa hardly make yo see how clearly this little retreat had been planned. It was ta a valley one ot hundred similar In all essentia! respects. The gulch at the bottom at the valley wss heavily wooded with scrub-oak. cot ioowood. woodbine aad plum trees, and this tangle of foliage cxteaded for some distance up the sides of the hills." la the midst ot this under brusa a moat excellent screen was a tlay cabin, la this tiny raoia i have lived, a cloeely watched prisoner, from that day until I escaped." The defendant stirred a little uneas ily. Wss he thinking of Nlghtblrd with the dark, froieo face who had aot answered to his call? "Black left me soon after. He did aot unbind me. rather bound me tbe tighter. There was no one then to wsteh me. He deigned to Inform me that ks bad found It rather Inconven ient to kill mo after the relief party rode up. as thea there was bo abso lute aurety of hla making a clean get awav. and belnc cancbt In the act would be bound to be unpleasant very i unpleasant Just then, so he na alter ed hla plans a little for the present He gave me ao hint either that time, nor either of the two times I saw him aubseauently. ns to what was to be his ultimate disposal of me. 1 could only suppose that after this trial was well over la his favor, and fear of indict ment for arson and murder had blown over if blow over It did he would then quietly put an end to me. Dead men tell no tales. The shanty in the gulch did not seem to be much of n rendesvous tor secret meetings. 1 led a lonely existence. My Jailers were moetly half-breeds usually cnarne Nlghtblrd. Two or three times Jska Sanderson was my guard." Then from the doorway came a loud, clear, resonant voice, a Joyful voice, a voloo whose tones fairly ooxed rapture. "Helllty damn! The Three Bars 's getttn' busy. Mouse-hair!" Judge Dale started. He glared angrily In thnt direction. "Remove that man!" he ordered, curtly. He liked Jim, but be could not brook 'thla crying contempt of court Jim was removed. He went quietly, but shsklag bis hesd reproach fully. "I never would 'a' thought It o' the Jedgv." he murmured, disconsolately. "I never would 'a' thought It" j There waa a movement m me oacx of the room. A man waa making his wsy out slipping along, cat-like, try ing to evade attention. Quietly Gor imul ta tha aherlff and slipped a paper Into his hand. m 1. -!. 1. whl.n.r.j1 Via stesdy eyes en the shifty ones of the J sheriff, "if you let him get away, Just j remember the handwriting on tnei wait It's our Urn now." Presently there was s slight scuine by the door and two men quietly left the Improvised court-room. "Dsy before yesterday, In the after noon," continued Wllllston, "I man aged to knock Nlghtblrd down at the threshold ss he wss about to enter. I had secretly worked a cross-beam from the low, unfinished celling. There was nothing else In tbe room I might use tor a weapon. They were very careful. I think I killed him. your honor and gentlemen of the Jury. I am not sorry. There was no other wsy. But I would rather It bad been the maker, aot the tool. By the time I had made my way back to the Laxy g I was too exhausted to go further; so I crawled over to my neighbors, the Whites, and Mother White made me a shake-down. I lay there, nearly dead, until thla morning." He leaned back wearily. Black stood up. He was not lank nor laxy now, nor shuffling. His body wss drawn to Its full height In the Instant before the spring, Mary, who was slttlag eloae to the attorneys' tahle. met his alsnee aauarely. She read there what he wss about to do. Only a moment their eyes held esch other's but It waa time enough for a swift . message of understanding, of utter dlallke, aad of a determined will to defeat the man's purpose, to pass from the accusing brown eyes to tha enter ones of the defendant Quick' as a flash Black seised tha chair upon which ho had been alttlng, an-anw eiaar at the. table and hla law yers, aad landed close to Mary's side. w.-w - i With . his eheire a weapon, he meant to lores his way to the nearest win low.- Mary's dilated. Unhesitatingly the' -seised tbe half-emptied glaaa on notable aad dashed the contents full Into, the prisoner's face. Blinded, he halted., a moment in his mad rush. Mary's quick maneuver made Lang ford's opportunity. He grappled with Black, jrbs) crowd went mad with ex citement ' r . Tha prisoner still retained bis chain When Langford grappled wf ta him, he 'attempted to bring it down upon the fair head or hla antagonist, vary gasped with dread, but Langford asssea wkb arena. Rasped the-chair. with one muscular ' v M - ' M A aai a r.a aanare rln'al SVLtal aka.4 t a.aW aa VaW AtaXe TV A ti'nM aad thM It to tha floor. The two men locked In a doss embrace. Langford's great strength was more than sufficient to hold the outlaw until tha dased officers could do their duty r-had hs been let alone; but two men, who had bee a landing near tha door when the prisoner mads Us unex pected leap for liberty, had succeeded 1a worming their wsy through tha ex cited crowd, and bow suddenly threw themselves upon tha ranchman, drag ging him back. - "Stand aside or 111 shoot!" It was a gliTs voice, clear and firm. Mary had been tha first to realise that Blaek'e friends, aot Langford's- ad iotaed la th atruggle. She snatched c challenge. Glancing quickly from the jjetmtng barrel to the determined "fact ot the young girl, the men let go their held of Langford and fall back precipitately. , . , las unity Langford sprang forward, but.Blsek bad made good use of his moment of grace. ' Swinging his arms to tha right aad left, ha had beaten t way ;ts tha window, when' Langford aeala seized hla. but hs bed the ad- vaatr CJs Us smd he tore himself sgtlnit the wladow-cealng. With hla bare, clinched flat ha shivered the glass snd leaped out Into the arms of Jim Munaoa. The officers made gallant plunges through the aampeded crowd la their efforts to get clear of the room to fol low the fugitive. But certain mea managed to keep themselves clumsily, but with msrvelous adroitness, sever theless, between the deputies aad the doors and windows, so that several moments elspsed before the outside wss finally gained. Meanwhile Jim struggled heroically with the outlaw. Black was far su perior to him In weight snd strength of limb, but Jim was quick and tough and dsrlng. Expelled from the court room, be had been watching through the window. He bad seea Mary's quick action and hla boss's. splendid attack. He bad also seea the little "gun play." and his eyes glowed In ad miration of "WlUlston's little girl," though his -generous heart ached for love of tbe womaa who waa aot for him. He saw Black coming. He was ready for him. Ho grappled with him at once. If the boss or the officers would only come now! When they did come they found Jim stretched st length on the (rosea ground. Hs sat up slowly. "You're too late, boy a," he said; "the boas thief was too much for me. He's gone." It wss true. The little street stretched before them still deserted. Early twilight was coming on. The biting cold struck them broadside. The deputies scattered la vain pur suit To be Continued FROM ROUTE J. Saturday many of the farmers drove to town. Sunday a fine boy arrived at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Yerl Cartwright. All doing fine. Saturday Mrs. Henry Hickson baufh returned from Cbetopa, where she had been visiting Mrs. H. Ewers and family. Gregg Ewers hauled a load of fat hoes to Bill Archer Tuesday. Cal McDonald's boy was around with a paper to get signers to hare cattle run at large, or free range. T. J. Miller's cow died. They can't account for it She was well at nieht and dead in the mornining. Lys Carney of Peora has been moving to Galena, his old home. Bill Burrows has moved back on the branch to fatm again this summer. Some difficulty arose at Card's dance Saturday night. Charlie Comer and Ed Archer attended the dance Saturday night. Master George Peake and his mother drove to Baxter Springs Saturday. Yerl Cartwright had business o i the creek Friday. Steve Miles has moved and gone into business in xtaxter. Tom Lee has moved to his farm for the summer. Mr. Charlie Comer looks and moves all O. K. Tennessee Prai rie, Kiceville is not as game , as he thought he was. All people can hold their own best on home ground. Mrs. J. K. Reed of the Prairie has a new grandson. Mr. Manley of Galena spent Sunday on Five Mile. Mr. and Mrs. Moulton of Em pire dined with Mrs. P. Ewers Sunday. v . Sherrod Tindall and friend were driving Sunday. Mrs. Steve Baker's daughter, Myrtle, has been quite sick. Mrs. Owen McCauley has gone to Webb City on a visit Mrs. John Burrows' daughter and family visited them Sunday. Monday John Baker called on his sister on Five Mile. Rosco Heathingington ann the widow Howsour were out driving Sunday. Mrs. Ran Havans has been on the sick list suffering with neu ralgia. Mrs. Havan's cousin, Mrs. Mil ler, of Joplin, is moving to the branch. Any one wanting good pasture for stock write to box 89. Route No. 3. Charges are very reason able; good water all year. Published February 17. 190S. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that I have made application to the probate court of Chero kee county. Kansas, tor a drojjists per mit to sell intoxicating liquors for medical. mechanical and scientific perposea, at nj place of buw.a oa lots y end 8. U blocl j, oriaal r'-at, CAi'.cf llr.- 3Ueta. Said application will be heard at th office of tbe probate Judge in Columbus. Kan saa, oe Monday, March 30, 100H. at 4 30 o'clock p. m. A. E. CAKNtY. Pnfirnd Prison to Reform School. During a recess of the Jackson murder trial in dintrict court Sat urday afternoog Judge McNeill pronounced sentence upon Walter urner, an 18-year-old boy of Baxter Springs, who was brought in by the officers to enter a plea of guilty to larceny in a dwel- ling. The boy, who was of more than average intelligence, listen ed to the reading of the com plaint, in which lie was charged with the theft of a gold watch, chain and charm, etc., all to the value of $31, from the residence of L. J. Faust, and acknowledged his guilt. Deputy County Attortey Burr communicated to Judge McNeill that it was the desire of the boy to go to the pen instead of tbe re- ;orm school, and the sentence im posed was not less than one" nor more than seven years at hard la bor. Young Turner stated that his ather. mother, brothers and sis ters live in Baxter Springs, but that he had started off on- the wrong track. The boy admitted having been arrested several times for drunkenness and once or burglary and larceny. AVON CLUB. Miss Grace Doty was the host ess of the Avon Club March' 16. Twelfth Night was concluded with tbe following program: : Roll call, Quotations from the Orsmo, the Duke, Miss Plumb. Olivia, Miss Bischofsbcrger. Yiola, Miss Apple. Music, Misses Grace Perkins itnd Ruby Covey. . After lunch tbe club adjourned to meet with Miss Ruby CoVey March 23. , , .... ' . Notlco to Koep up Chickens Notice is hereby given ;that there is an ordinance requiring all persons to keeo up chickens and all domestic fowls. If any person permits their chickens or domestic .fowls to run at large they are guilty of misdemeanor and are subject ' to a fine.- All persons must govern themselves accbrdingly, under the penalty of the law. This ordinance will be vigorously enforced from, and after this publication. Henhv Horton, Citv Marshal.. NOTICE TO VOTERS: ,?' The registration books will be closed at 10 o'clockkp. . m.. March 27th. , ' From.the 17th to the 2rth of March these books will be open until 10 o'clock p. m. at ipj- office. 1' ; Gko C. Connor, ' - sbal City Clerk. O. H; FftAZEE, Staple and FancV Groceries. Silk Hard; Wheat Flour, 50 lbs. $1.30; in 500 lb. lots $2.50 a 100. Restaurant In Connection. CITX DRAY LINE, ED. COVEY, Proprietor Freight, Household Goods and arv UCies OI Bll tunas uuicu ai iGoj- 0 liable rates Up-To-Date Barber Shop, O. O. Roberta, Propr. At Shop Early and Late ( Good Barbers Best treatment til door NORTH of Baxter lid w Co liter If. in 1 L R WATSON, Pwprietor Dealer in "7".' Fruit and Ornamental Trees aoj Small Fruit Stock V At' Presbyterian Church. Cjfm'fM hT UfT. JlS. V W- .nw J j Captisf;. ministrr, tie az ilj U tic2 -c: "