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ft . : ' jftbsotiilely Turc Renders lhe: food morewholesome and su perior in Kghttiess and flavor. The oidr b&Iupf powder Royal Grape Cream of ... Want To Trade, ... " Fro.m $2500 to $3000 worth of ' dry goods, sjboes, clothing,,, and . liurnishiriar; troads for J and'.' ' Calr at thispffice. r . - Th Jaws passed "1yl1ir"IeiEfis , lature hare "scarcely any ojfpasi j tion. The,law makers rpte vefy 1 nearly, 6ltdon'eyeryM,opositioi, i evidently being; of the opinion I that the "tail can go with te hide." ? ? j Sam Simmons.and Steve Ettir Startlers ! For Cash! -We Maktlhe: Prices These Days! Heavr iron curat) . it'.u:i ; . '. V.' . $3.50 . 'A;fao. 1, C grade" CMb&k bed Good aU leather halted each Red edfte collars nais.vi. iv. . . A full line of ,hau wool carpets, latest .patterns just ar rived ' from kcxyt)ner, yard '. . .40 All. wool, .carpet per yard' .? .... . . . . . 60 LaTgeiine' linoleum, J 2:fopttpe yard v i .65 Hal? wooirugs!'95xl2'feit,(;h...... 7.00 'All ZSrfcdc'nMiri; per yard . . . v 23 ' Good.diiuier-.platesyBpir.scti. 40 Cups aud saucers, .cups with hajcHes, per set .40 ' Good coafoil,' l gallon 8c; two gallons 15c; five gallons 35c Red WetlieSfsneld.b'nibn s.ejs, per quart 8c; per gallon , . .30 Full line of gardeneeds cheaper than ever before, I can sell you goods ehttapeV' than 'anybody else, because Lget the cash. u. u.: 'j if; ': I take due bjlls .aAdhedkstJa'afiiy store in f6wn" ' ; . ;. Yours for business j";; - .A- '!i A. J. Thompson, phones. 261 and 90. D. D. S.V "Great pressure is being jrOUt obear on Vtiv- Way's and Ajeftns. commit tee of Congress to T&aye.a ITeafy '.tariff put on foreign imr poTtations ot "zinc ore." So,, far, however, the zinc district repre sentatives at 'WasMnjptQtf V.not W-frfce any undue ethusiasm oyer tariff ' asked W, , A big. delega4munion purposes can be' sold, and tinn will nh doubt remain in v w - . -..L Mil. JJ ! J'"7 J. I-COOPEFS A JLVXJ VJJUJLU X (J 'j3aderT?s-BeSf :FJU& 5Q lbs;."1 ,3S; rOiaioes, DCS! iorinern iuuk ... ......... a: Tartar. City, Pittsburg and Joplin. They were out visiting delegates who are to go next Sunday night to, Slina to attend the meeting of the Workmen. The Frisco has another cave-in on 'its line. This time it. .is on the line between Joplin and Carl Junction, and the Kansas City trains which run from this place via Joplin detour via Webb, $t yt ana uronogo 10 uan juncuun, and' then'brt to Kansas,. City via Pittsburg. spring,' regular $3, for'. . 2.75 .85 JO "; .;,. : . ;, . . 2SB Wiishington during the extra session of Congresss, or until tli'e tatiff bill 'is dispose'd of. . ' U Ahe bill .which has alreadtf Lpaseed the-enate should pass the house:(and.it .wili;,.lvansas will be rdry.from a prohibitory stand popt,,. .The,, bll. takes away all oermits and .abso'utaly. tprohibits ihe sajei of ,intpxi;alingiiliiuois in the state. Only wine for com it tn.ust.be unfermented. tlii ..-.c-.-.-t;-'" ' A Dig Party. 1 Saturday afternoon, at the J home of Mrs. A. L. Harvey, on' North Military street, occured one of the most brilliant social events.pfth season,, in the form of a valentine party given by Mrs. A. L. Harvey and her mother, Mrs. T. H. Goodwin.' The house was decorated with hearts and, the. same scheme was' carried out in the score cards and in the dainlj'two-cbur$e luncheon The first prii'e went to Mrs. A. ' Kahr of Kansas City, the second prize to. Mrs.'.T.; J.. Morrow andt tfie consolation offering . to Mrs. : Welby Morrison. Those present .were fiesdames A. J. ThomjisonR. C Wear, T. J. M6rbw; "jt.P.3. Long, 0. C. Runimei, Wt- T.. .Apple L. M. Perkins, A. K. Kane, bamuei Biri'ns, E F, Sweeney, William Sweeney, Thos. Hackwood, C.W. Grand IvOdgefU-aney, xa. o..x-arttcr, yuas? n. Smith, weloy Morrison, james Che'w, j::C.vHa-skett,R. A.' QUis, j; 'A. De'nt, Burr .of. Ga lena, Adam ' KaKf . bf Kansas City, Misses Moliie . Sweeney, "Madge Sweeney, Mabel Hanback, Minnie Graft MatidVCramer of Galena, Lucille 'tandirbf Kan- LuasvCitv.-: ' '' ' ' .. Falls on tha pf. '.' ' Iiasl Monday.' wpe fee .covered eve?y thing in this.'jpart' J)t the country several people' received falls wfcich. 'wefe. not at all pleas ant,' among' them'teine the fol lowing: ' .Mrs! "Margaret flfe'edi. fell on .the bic't ,porch' iVher honie, re ceiving' 'severe bruUes. ' . . ' ' Henr?' Wick 'received ."a! ' bad wVehehffbatall.:'. ' V : Kigbt I Policeman . v Cravens, whilS(4oiqg holme at Sp'cloct in the morning, :&li on the walk near V;C. "Dills and dislocated one of his lenee' joints. ... .01 Youse thought he had a lot of ribs: broken, as a result of a fair,' but aher examinatibn found he was 'only brijisedV. ' . . We understand Judge C. A. McNeill of Columbus will likely be appointed- collector of 'internal iifeveaues-ior the district compris ing the state of ganiSas; -The position pays-$600d .per year, and .ihetfe fs very little to do. ! " :6n' Wedhe'iaijr of t.laist : "week Jus'tice" iifohn Jones uriife'd. in mar riage Mr. A. W. Callentine and Miss Anna:,M. Shueyboth of Mianiii The ' ' ceremony took plaee at the office, of . Judge Jones in this city. ;. ...... '. The' neatest post card, we have seen lately 'is, .printed., on enam eled blotting paper. The address de.is.t-belotteraitd the -eoaw-eled side carries the message. If one had many ' eorrespondants who used these cards that aggra vate g hunt for a blotter would . .. " - 1 . '.. ".''' ' Jxew days.. me oparnn iamuy ..Satufday :af ternpon , Mrs. Bert took dinner with E. B. Amos and Shield?, Mrs.. Gepvr?Rucker, Mrs. Wt'll Wi att and Mrs. T. Hudson! entertained the Reciprocity -club; a valentine party at the hbmef nr. - tr Tt.. Amid beautifully' decorated, .in' red stormy weather ,G, W... Simpson ycwuuu -3rtrJ and wife were Columbus visitors rt .A heai 9etZ last Thursday.. Two of Mrs. E. testtfa one amuseinent pf. .the.(H w, . th of Inaiana. aTe: :afternoon.tf The pne,:r was won fy Mrs. Cbujei Jfoister. Arthur Garrett is adding a new A drawing and verse contest was addition to his house . . Mrs. Hilda held and the prize was .wiome byMStoskbpf is haviqg a tussle with Airs, yli ixariicj. iuc uuaiicspM seVve'd ah elegant "two-coiirse. luncheon. r . . . 4" T.Qof Knrtav pvpninc. the .A S bi' the hjgh chooL (e.ntejtained. a g00& thing for tf.avqlers. .The he B's.eemeof .Mfs,C.,A y0ung'people 'of Blue Mound and piveley, hR sister,' Miss . Winnie some of the older ones, are pre Sta'llsmithV acjing as '.hostess,,! paring to give, an entertainment The bouse ,w jie.auUfulty decorp in the near future; will be comic kted ittTeH heArtspand ,red.and, al, the bashful man, etc. Lunch P-v" " "iC' t U "!"-' will he served 'after the ehter wh te roses . Prof. Waiter gave. Wl "ri0 I Vfi 1 . 11 1 fJurnin tainment. Proceeds for benefit a talk W,Jam: ;-of church.. Rev. Johnson braved which. Wi.pycd WW'ttie' storm and came.tp:r.Blue Several musical .16911058.. MquW SundaVt but W.ohe e readings were given. ..oss-.-pected him, so he had nb audi sistinejwere Misses Wpie.Sull- ence.-.Thei.'high.. schobl pupils mifhT Hilda MAbpy,.7.MaJhl,wao.sp?nt StwdaytbomcAad'a RummelV; Mjjd're.uP.iHazeL' rqugbtip back to sefopU 1 ' '.r..: popdwih anCTJutK'Barae; widj Theo HeIidrix is- he'Trom VT'rTi'r Hills and Sari JohnSOn. ri:- Til . n viclf rol.hVpa' Light' refreshments were, served. THE WHITE DRUGSTORE ON THE CORNER Opposite the Postoffice IS THE PLACE FOR YOU TO TRADE. 10c German Dye, while Tt lists, 5c Fancy Stationery, in Boxes or Loose. Two Victor Graphophones to go cheap. Seven fine clocks, almost at your own price. Peach Blow Cream, all ladies use it, 25c Everything in Drugs, Paints, Oils, Glass W. B. CAMPBELL, Phone 273. Registered Pharmacist. 526.90 to New Orleans, La., and Return . ACCOUNT Mardi Crrias Carnival Feb. i8 to 23, 1909. 1- -l. Tickets on sale Feb. 17 to 22, inclusive. Final return limit March 1, 1909. Rm For 'particulars as 11 service, etc., inquire of C. S. ROBERTS,- Agent Frisco Lines, Baxter Springs, Kas.' 1" Jl ' r '' We and hides, and always pay every cent the market will afford. Phone us, No. 173, Baxter Springs, -and we will call on you. BLUE MOUND. The weather man sent us an other blizzard, soon be time for those blizzards to leave Kansas. . Mrs. John Thomas and Wil lard Paxson took the prize at the tackey party the prize was a fine cake; it paid to get the prize that time.. Mrs. Darnell will enter tain the Blue Mound Society this week; a gay time is expected as usual.. Mr. Howard is on the sick list.. Mrs. Earl Wade has been sick for the past ten days. . Mrs. Erabry is having a tussle with lagrippe and chills.. Mrs. Williams spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Howard.. Miss Ethel Sharp is visiting . her brother, Ed., and family, for a few days.. The Sparhn family family last Wednesday ;i'George has retnrtipd to his claim in western i Kansas, after spending icnts.. John Paxson's new house 'ii not coiner uo very fast this visiting her for a few Weeks. :: wiua . . im day with Miss Lula Hall spent Sun- home folks near neutral j.. Our road boss, J W.; Miller, is i o-mntr o rin some -road drarpinp going SO QO some roaa urajKmc it. - r :ii u .. aod frietids. SIS fleABOY & CO., DEALERS IN Meats of All Kinds, CHEESE AND RELISHES, Fish, oysters and lawful game in season. buy and ship all kinds of fat stock Uitfltura Kemainingin the postoffice at Baxter Springs, Kansas, for the week ending with Feb. 17, 1909 which if not called for witbiu two weeks will be sent to the dead letter office at Washington, D. C: Mr Chas L Bratton Mr Carl Binkley Mrs Ray Bel! Miss Lena Dawes C F Dillman R M Dunlap Dr Holliway Mrs Edna Robinson Chas M Jones H C Taylor (2) Miss Emma Smith L Ray Persons calling for any ot the above letters will please say "Advet Used," giving date list. Fred Bartlett, P. M, $10 REWARD For evidence which will convict the party or parties who have been damaging the property of the Bax ter Telephone Company, by break log glass insulators or otherwise. E. W. Dow. Maaatrer. DR. H. P. JONES Optical Specialist, will be at j Dr. Jones1 Office - in Baxter Springs ! Thursday, Friday and . ... Saturday, ! Feb. 25, 26 and 27. Spectacles and Eye Glasses Sci entifically adjusted to the eye. 4 Fine Rimless Glasses a Specialty. Many cases of headache, neu ralgia and" nervous conditions are caused by 4efctive vision. - j Consultation and examination FREE. . 'X1 i to 'A "T .1 : of.; i '111 ' i . Ml L 1'