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BAXTER SPRINGS NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. CHAS. L SMITH, Editor and Owner. One copy one year. . . . $1.00 One copy six months 50 One copy three months . . .25 ' In Canada, $1.50 per year. All subscriptions are payable strictly in advance. Entered at the postoffice in Baxter Springs, Kansas, as second class mail matter. . " THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1909. The Speakers. V Following are the noted speak ers who will be on the grounds this week and address the mnlti- XUQC OI TISUUISi Gov. Haskell of Oklahoma will arrive tonight and make an ad dress at 2 o'clock tomorrow after- -noon. Gen. Keifer, a congressman of Ohio, who is a resident of Spring field, and the last snrviving gen eral of the civil war, and who was twice speaker of the house, will arrive Wednesday and will give the "old boys" a talk that all will be glad to listen to. Hon. P. P. Campbell, congress man from this district, will be with us and address the people at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening, and all should turn out to hear "Our Phil." Maj. McCloughrey, warden of the U. S. prison at Ft. Leaven worth, an old soldier, will be here on Wednesday and will ap pear at the amphitheatre. Hour of address will be given tornorrow. Congressmen C. C. Curtis, An thony and Maddison, of this state will arrive Wednesday, all of whom are excellent speakers, will address the people at dates given later. Congressman Bird S. McGuire of Oklahoma is also on the bill for a speech, and is classed among the noted speakers. Judge Porter, of Kansas City, Kans., Associate Judge of the Supreme Court of this state will also arrive Wednesday, and make an address. T. A. Cordrey, a well known newspaper man (have sympathy) of Parsons, Kansas, will also be with us, and give us a talk. Congressman Chas. Morgan, of Lamar, Mo. whom nearly all know and heartily admire will be here and make one oi those talks of which we never tire. Cong. E. D. State, of Gofden City, Mo., is numbered among tljpse' who will be here and give -ns a good talk. MrsMsClellan Darted Here Mrs. Sallie McClellan, mother N of Dr. Geo. B. McClellan, died at the home of the latter at Weir City last. Wednesday, and the re mains1 were brought to Baxter : Friday for interment beside the remains of her husband, Dr. Mr- Clellan, wbo died about 12 years ago. AH old Baxterites will re member Mrs McClellan, as one . of the lovliest of ladies, a mother to all. Our little city and its hospitable people ever held varm corner in her heart. It as here that many of the happy days of her life were spent. "Her christian life was beautiful from its beginning "to its close, and through all the vicissitudes and " sorrows that she met, her faith never wavered. Tne remains ar rived Friday morning and lay. in near two hours, that the friends . who desired might view them. The funeral cervices were under 'the auspices of the .' Masonic K ' . order. ' ,. , AH should be thankful 'or the jgTjrittas rain of Sattfrfia'y. Don't Tell It. Mrs. Thos. Goodwin, during the absence of her husband in Arizona, undertook to take a buggy ride in the new auto last Friday. She took the ride and managed the machine in fine shape until reaching home, when in putting the thing in the stall, instead of adjusting the slow gear or break, she adjusted the high speed lever, and the blame machine went on through the barn, and is now minus both ears, horns and headlight. Palled pur "Jlnt." Deputy Sheriffs Theo. Hatton and Guy Cooter and Constable Jim Marshall, scooped down on the city from Columbus last Saturday and deprived us of our exhilerating beverage booth, taking the stately proprietor to the county seat, but the latter re turned on the next train, and will see later, who is right and who is wrong. It is a pity the Columbus officials cannot let our quiet city alone. Our mayor would soon have found out if the booth was not what it should have been, and if anything had been wrong, and was not made right, would have suppressed it without the aid of outside officials. Rules For Dealing With The Fly Nuisance. Keep the flies away from the sick, especially those ill with contagious diseases. Kill every fly that strays into the sick room. His body is covered with disease germs. Do not allow decaying material of any sort to accumulate on or near your premises. All refuse which tends in any way to fermentation, such as bed ding, straw, paper waste and vegetable matter . should be dis posed of or covered with lime or Jferosene oil. Screen all food. Keep all receptacles for gar bage carefully covered and the cans 'cleaned or sprinkled with oil or lime. Keep all stable manure in vault or pit, screen or sprinkle with lime, oil or other cheap prepara tion. Cover food after a meal; burn or bury all table refuse. Screen all ' food exposed for sale. Screen all windows and doors, especially the kitchen and dining room. ' Don't forget, If you see flies, their breeding place is in nearby filth. It may be behind the door, under the table or in the cuspi dor. If "there is no dirt and filth there will be no flies. If there is a nuisance inthe neighborhood write at pnpe fo the Health Department. Dr. Geo. B. McClellan a former Baxter boy, but now a prominent physician of Weir City, was in Baxter Friday, on the sorrowful mission of blrryrc? his either. Baxter Produce COMPANY. Wants Your Poultry, Eggs, n Butter, Hides, At the highest cash price. Successors to McGill & Brown.; CITY DRAY LINE, ED. COVEY, Proprietor Freight, Household Goods and ar tides of all kinds hauled at reas onable rates BAXTER LIVERY BARN. Oldest in the city. Established 30 years ago. Good service and reasonable rates. . J. BISCHOFSBERGER. Prop. WE ARE - Specialists in the monument busi ness and can furnish you a mon ument in any design in granite or marble that has all the desirable qualities for a monument-beauty, durability and color. We can make you a good monument at a reasonable price and respectfully solicit a share of your business. Let us figure with you. Columbus Marble Works, Ed, A. Jones, D. M. Jones, Salesman. Prop. . (First published August ta, 1909.) . Publication Notice. In the matter of the' estate of Amanda Garrett, late of Cherokee county, Kansas. . To all persons interested in said estate, and to all whom it may concern: You are hereby notified that Chas. L. Smith, administrator of the- estate of Amanda Garrett, deceased, did, on the 5th day of August, 1909, file his petition in the probate court of Cherokee county, Kansas, asking that be be directed to sell the following described real estate prop erty, situated in the county of Cherokee, and state of Kansas, towit: Lot No. 9, in block 9, original plat of Baxter Springs, Kansas; for the payment of the debts of Amanda Garrett, deceased; and you are further notified that said petition will be heard by the probate court of Cherokee county, Kansas, at the probate court room at Columbus, Cherokee county, Kansas, on the 8th day of September, 1909, at 5 o'clock p, m. Signed this 5th day of August, 1909, CHAS. L. SMITH, Administrator. . Dooze Disturbance, Last Thursday the usual quiet ness was disturbed by two differ ent tangle-foot consumers. The first fellow gave his name as Morris Donn, and claimed Chica go as fris hpme. He went into the White Rock restaurant ap began a disturbance, and was ejected, when he became very loud in his remarks and threats, and was soon locked up. He is now in the Columbus jail. He came to the city loaded with booze. Felix Dardenne, the "Big In gun," came in from Oklahoma loaded up on cheap booze and made an p ffort to show Owen Edwards bow to 'run Gregory's store, an3 finally the latter was compelled to caress the visitor with a piece of steel across the 4hat-peg." The trial is set for Tuesday. '- Aatcs Cclllde. Last Friday the automobiles T7-rr rr? ,i' i uf John Popper ap UJarapey ( on the road between Ewter aPd , rxwell, and while no one was haft, both machines are badly OUTING DAYS ARE NEAR Have you planned your sum mer trip? If not, let us fur nish you our literature that may be of value in helping you to decide; whether it be Nearby Woods Scenlo Colorado Yellowstone California or Seattle we can give you some infor mation you will appreciate. wit Ask for full information. C. C. Carson, D. P. A., Joplin, Mo. Alaska-Yukon- Pacific ' EXPOSITION AT Seattle, Wash. June I to October 16, 1909. . Round trip rate via from Baxter, Kas., fej BVS vL i m i For other details inquire of ' C S. Roberts, Agent. FARMERS' LIVERY, ' FEED and SALE DARN, .. , - CNYART A BE ATTIC, Prep'n. Good Rigs, Careful rivers. Best of Service, Reasonable Kates. Horses and Mules Dougbt and Sold. Street's- Old Stand, East of Baxter National Bank, Baxter Springs, Ks. ' PHONE ses. E. li. CULLISON, ' LAWYER, - Notary Public Abstracts Title Examined. - Office in Daniels Block. of i H. 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