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AXTEIR MEW: VOLUME XXVIII. ...BAXTER SPRINGS. CHEROKEE COUNTY. KANSAS. JANUARY 14, 1909. NUMBER 2 .jB 355 Go to r DENTS CASH GROCERY for your Groceries and all kinds of Eatables. Food for Man or Beast. Deliveries made early and late, and courteous treatment assured. We want your butter, eggs and other produce. O. H. FRAZEE, Staple and Fancy Groceries. Flour and Fa d. Dr. M. I. in Opperman Boild.ng. I.-fc ot ifc-' i'Mttu bit. TheSi After the eeremonv. Mr. and way between the south leg of the tendance. Mr. and Mrs. Lane wye and the station. will reside in Lowell: Mr. Lane Has considerably, more than a w son of Mrs. J, N. Vickers. mile of new walk under contract. J 'Chas. Collins Weds. . Has graveled many blocks . of j . On lastThursiafy evening at 8 street, and has put River street o'clock Mr. Chas. E. Collins of in a better" condition than it'has'this city was united in marriage ewfchgftOj&efore. . . to. Mrs. Mary Smethers, of Eu- Has done a large amount of xejsa, Kansas, where the ceremo- f permanent bridge work. . J tiy took place. Vf H&,''Cbndemed and compiled J, ; Everyboyy in Baxter Springs forndown ia'lot of old' wpodem.and vicnity knows Charlie Col- awnihgs. ilins and that he is a line fellow And a loTof other things. T goes-without saying. His friends his v vffrk of improvement indwell wishes are legion. His must nol, be allowed to lag. J bride is .a very charming and ac- Baxter. Sprigs has taken a step'pomplished lady, and is highly Upstair appliances used in the practice pf. dental surgery. -ill I We Are Headquarters Punch brand coffee Full cream cheese Olives in bulk, New mackerel, Rockwood chocolate "'J.y Kockwood cocoa, Codfish' California evaporated fruits , Log Cabin maple and cane syrup Punch, brand pancake flour t Pure buckwheat flour Gallon cans apricots .t h. Gallon cans blackberries Relishes, imported sardines, -.'N !, 1 . V-Wl uuve oil, preserve - I Ed a jpNKS, D. M. Jonbs, ti. u. syrup, caisops, wtw-r. ."... .urr beans, canned fruits and vcgetabes:L.:fl rieicuers uuum . . ., , .. Exclusive sale of GAEENA Bread. :-r Fresh lettuce every Thursday. Jas. L the Pure-Food GROCERMAN . Dr.EnjrlUb. Phone MSi Don't fail to drop in at Hood's and have George Rucker explain to you about their plan of absqr Intely giving away a mi oi Duc kies, Surely you are' iatcreitca.. VJAT HAS BEEtrfibttZ . The Revival Meetings. .7 The' revival meetings at the Urlef Resume Of Wto( Ue'thodist Episcopal church made t&Has Been . Done by the. ood start. Evangelist Hobson H. Present City AdmlnlS fl0t Ion in caoturine the 4Un ' t- TT! -1. , iiaijv linearis or mc peopic. ins prcatn- ' . .ing is earnest and intensiiy prac- (,? Much has been said m favof .o.;tical. With favorable weather nj present cny "'W' anil good sleighing the attend ance will doubtless be large. Next Sunday the evangelist will give a chalk-talk to the Sun day School, and at 3 o'clock in the afternoon there will be a mass meeting of the boys and girls of Baxtet Springs, at which time Brother Hobson will give a chalk talk entitled, "The Heart Hotel." All. boys, and girls, regardless of denomination, are invited to this meeting. ' Lowell Couple Wed. HaYry Lane, an employe of the Spring River Power Company, was married at noon Sunday to Miss Ella von Wedell, the wed ding being solemnized in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walther von Wedell, in Lo well. The ceremony was spoken by the Reverend Jerrjr-Hubbard. Miss Gifetta Chambers acted as bridesmaid and the bridegroom was attended by Professor E. E. Stonecipher, principal of the Galena Heights school, following the wedding a re ception was tendered the bridal couple, at which a number of relatives and friends. were in at- b&jiuse of its progresrfv and many things which have bee)tanesince things bave been 8et'gjTn' the right'direction. Among-tU;. many things which the present 'city administration has done w'e mention1; a few, as -ws, lest'we forget: "in winr than 1501000 sauare i , .r-T- 1 iyQtJwil concrete walk, and js sjpon blocks of concrete rfj gutter, the aggregate neignDoroooa ui JtS tne 'Fn?il.-. . luiltSunferonSy alley and street torossints. .. Done more, good street work than wwj ever done before in ten times the time. Bought a-?new grader, so that work can be done in a workman like manner, and cheaply. Paid off 500 of. the city debt, and will be ini shape! to pay off a lot more before Jong. Got a settlement from the Fris co on the work done on the gravel road. This has been hanging fire since this. Daniels administra tion in 1902. .The Frisco has also agreed to build a nice road mARpow In Our New Quarters, First Door North of . . i The Baxter National Bank. Call And See Us. J. Vi. GRAPJTHAR. warJi; not een a little bit. TheSi After the ceremony, Mr. and nialflf tlfiw SPC the henefits and iTrc PnlUno loft fnr Kancas C.ltv. va-ie of public.; imtojttment.where they stopped for a few The jf$pi v more 6$ .The-Idays. . After January 20th they will be. at home on the big Collins franca, near-Sorrento, Colorado. peopleffmttstsee .to it . tbagjbe next Sa administration .'Finot one wHfiess progressiwoiuan $Vjg46 presnCone.l.And jth8y;will. WE ARE Specialists in the monument busi ness andcan furnish you a mon GrnebrBtf any design in fcrilnTe or marble that has all the desirable 3.uliiep for a monuraent-beauty; durability and color. We can makevou a good monument at a reasonaoie price auu rcspcciiunjr solrdttiishare of your .buiaessi Let us figure with you.-,, CoiiSiSus Marble fcrks,' Salesman. Prop. ,rQnediiesday; Jan. 20, H. S. Waa:wiH-sell at public;jmctiQn,. at the old vanatta tarm. one. ana three-fourths miles sou rose.'rses, 40 cattle r4&gs, ji lot of winning implements,' bar n'es'buegies, corn, heldgeposls, .ousejipR .ffoods, heating .:an'd coVksStW! cbairs,. (ab)es,V.etc.1 ttjtar inonths.'. credit, RjjV.,;T; Hartley rlfisman. . u:t " m-lbR BAROAir&?n .tfatqjj .the windows of the Baxjter Paint ac,4 Wallpaper Co. : ' T tjLAe? 4 school shoes -and Vfc-cod Tuesday's Fire. A few minuter after 11 o'clock on Tuesday of this week the ir house occupied by Fred Gil more, on ' oouiu luimary mtcci, was discovered on fire The 'alarm was sounded, and in a very few mbments a big crowd had gath ered. The fire engine was rushed to the scene, but it was frozen up, and it took severav minutes to" -get it thawed out. While the thawing out was going on a lot b'f fellows got busy and forming a' bucket bricrade kept the flames tn!dh'eck until the engine was THdy for business, when the flames were very" quickly extin gpashed . The loss to the house ni. tint nrroi f Th fimnpftv IS .:i n a uu h " - j tfitlel- WBed by Charlie Waid ..That Baxter Springs has the best gang of amateur fire fighters in the country is proven by the ref entfires, not one of which has bnxned. a building completely down. The gang works as one mag, and does rapid execution when fighting, flames. Hood's are goinj to give away sylot of -buggies. Call on G. E, Suckefiand he. will explain the TO THE Business Community We extend the accommodations of a strong and well equipped bank THE BAXTER NATIONAL BANK Baxter Springs, Kansas Ucreite3.'heaVy vtork shoes at Pitroe'f i ilan io you. . : . ..:!::: : . i. -4.'" r. ;r. ... . .. - . . Start The New Year Right! DON'T SI. BUT if you must, come andsee us. DON'T CARRY LARGE SUMS OF MONEY, But if you must, do so only until you can see us. We combine absolute safety With satisfactory service. ' . , Give particular attention to the business of farmers. Invite new accounts and new business upon our :own merits for strength and superior facilities. A strong bank can afford liberal, treatment to its patrons. . Our past policies and our ample resources are our guarantee for the future, WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. THE BAXTER STATE BANK, Baxter Springs, Kansas. Notice for Bids. For the foundation work of our new bank building. We will re ceive at our office sealed bids up to 12 o'clock noon, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 1909, for the above work. Plans and specifications may be seen at The Baxter State' Bank. We reserve the right to reject any or all bids. F. J. CuNttNBEARD, Cashier. 1 1 - For Sale. The buildings on the ground between Opperman's harness shop and Masonic Hall. . Sealed bids will be received, and right re served to reject any or all bids. Bids will be received up to 12 o'clock noon,' Monday, Jan. 18, 1909." Thb Baxtkk Statb Bank. Mrs.. . IL .Cullison, who has been quie ill, is recovering.