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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. 1 Entered at the postoffice in Baxter Springs, Kansas, as second class mail matter. THURSDAY, Zinc Lead Good Lock .186,190 Oklah M Co 55.010 Emma Gordon 126,905 87.745 w.u wu. .......... "Tiar" 3.65 87.743 Ores marketed for week end 1 - ing June 11th. 1910, from the Baxter-Miami district. 56,299,678.00 Webb CityCarterville.... $a,33a.6n oo Joplin 1,069,122.00 Doeoweg 5"5.34- Galena 396.575 Zxfr-Ultml 351.65t.00 Alba-Neck City 292,302.00 Oronogo I93.a34 Granby 193.000 00 Badger-Peacock 166,284.00 Aaror 133.89500 Carthage 128,973.00 Spring Citjr-Sporgeon 108,618,. 00 Zinclte-Sherwood ......... 63.045.00 Sarcozie 52,981.00 Carl Junction 51,196.00 Cava Spring! 3a, 568. 00 Stotta City 13.93 Wentworth .. 4.358 .00 16,299,678.00 Comparative statement of ores marketed from eighteen leading camps since January 1st to date. Lead price was steady at $49. Prices for zinc ores declined dnrincr the week to $41.00 base. Top price paid was $45.00 for a few choice lots. The Good Luck was in with a big turn-in last week and is m.mAH mnlrinir 9 In if ore each week. The Oklah Mining Company is milling the ore from the Big Four shaft, which it is now op erating in connection with its own mill. Thomas Hackwood reports the Eastman property all ready to start up as soon as a coal supply "can be obtained. The mill has been put into fine condition dur ing the shut down and is now in shape to stand a long steady -run. J. C. Bryner & Sons are down 65 on shaft No. 2, on the Joanna lease. This shaft will encounter the sheet lead at a much deeper level than the development at No. 1 shaft, as the formation is diooinar rapidly to the east and south. , Unwatering the Lucile mine was completed the first of the week, and a fullorce of men are busy underground under the direction of Tom Rick. This property promises to become one of the big mines of the district. It has a fine 300-ton concentrator A Good Hair-Food lAyer'i Hair Vigor, new Im proved formula, is a genuine hair-food. It feeds, nourishes, builds up, strenphess ,invlgor cr-4. The hair grow core 1 n - lily kccp oft nd oodif zzi I1 dandruff disappears. Aid ctsrre a little. Give your ' h:!f i Ci tsir-food Den not chann tU tr cf ' . tottl ; 3 fcsat I. .1 r: , j rot tts'.UiO bo'..t v? tiH rV:-3rfrooatrT?.-.'.rcricfcr r 1 : rf yerr t ' " T-w t: X "'X f : i i -; s t - ' ' JUNE 16, 1910. all ready for operation, and it re mains now only the space under ground sufficient to keep the mill going steadily. The quality of the ore is of a high grade and the quantity is practically unlim ited. The coal supply continues to hamper the. mininr operations throughout the entire south western district. A A new strike of shallow lead was made on the Sweeney leases close to the Old Syndicate mine. This is something new for this locality and is stimulating pros pecting by other parties. J. W. Barnes is drilling a deep hole near Miami. He is now down over 88 feet, and reports five beds of ore discovered on the lower depths, showing that this ore formation goes under cover in that locality. The Big Mission mill is now in good running order and is making a good delivery of con centrates each day. Jim Young is rudning the mill and reports the big Foust automatic jigs as improving in doing the work ex pected of them. This is the first mill using these jigs in this camp and their work is being watched with much interest by the operators. Stoping is being done in the east ground, and the dirt being taken out is very rich. Changs cf Time. A new time table went into ef fect on the Frisco last Sunday. The corrected time table will be found elsewhere in this paper. The north bound Meteor, which Has been leaving at 3:10 a. m., will now go out at 2:53 a. m. A train north bound will leave at 10:15 a. m. The midnight train to Kansas City will leave on the same time, 11:50 D. m. The south bound Meteor will leave at 2;25 a. m., instead of 11:55 p. m. The south bound train in the morning will leave at 720 in stead of 7:05. . The south bound train in the evening will have the same time, 6:05. The train from Oklahoma to Joplia at 8:55 p. m. will have the same time. The train to fit Louis, which has been leaving at 7&f will leave at 720, four minutes earlier. The afternoon train from Kan sas City, which has been arriv ing at 1:30, will arrive at 2:45. The morning train from Sa ouloa to Kansas City, viaJoplin, will arrive at 10:15, instead of 9:40. The early morning train from Kansas Citv will arrive at 6:45. The morning train to Wichita from St. Louis makes no change, am vine at 825. .The Wichita train which has been arriving here t 1:50 a. m. will have the samo'tiwi. The train which has been !?-- Iner fair ml 3:40 in the afternoon north bous4 ha J been discontin ued. ; Certain Oklahoma towns are after manufacturing institutions which are sow located in Kansas, and many of the Oklahoma towns-are offering to resit taxes in order to get the plants. Why, one town it after the Baxter planing mill, and is offering all kinds of inducements to have the plant moved there. ' If a boy loves a girl, that's his business if a girl loves a boy that's her business; if a preacher wants to preach tbara JI busi ness. I am now in the prtuiag business, and that's my business. If tou have clothes to clean or press give me a trial. ' I guaran tee perfect satisfaction. Ladies' skirts aspeci<y. ' Suits cleaned and pressed $1. CO. Laiic9skirts :i.'C3. Pressing a suit .7Scts. Leave your clothes at I!:. Ilar.e's THE PIANO. Read What the Piano Purchaser's Guide Says in Reference to the Hamilton Piano and the Baldwin Peo ple. In order that our readers and the ladies taking part in the Con test may know more fully the merits of the.beautiful piano we are offering as a capital prize in this contest, we take the follow ing from the Piano Purchasers Guide, which is the acknowl edged authority of the different Piano and Organ factories in the United States: "The Hamilton Piano is made at the Hamilton factory of the Baldwin people at Chicago Heights, 111. This instrument has manv distinctive features giving it an individuality of its own which has established its leading position in the estima tion of the musicians and the public." "It has stood the test of the export market, the most severe of all piano tests, and today trraces the homes of the cultured in many lands. The Hamilton piano was awarded the Silver Medal at the World's Exhibition at Paris 1900 and also the first order of merit at Melbourne, Australia, in 1903. The Hamil ton piano is backed by the Bald win Company, of which is said: "The Baldwin Company, a house of great distinction and in the highest, commercial and fi nancial standing is incorporated under the laws of Ohio, with a capital of $1,800,000, all paid m. Principal Office, Cincinnati, Ohio. The Baldwin Company. as now constituted, is one of the most unique and progressive es tablishments not only in the United States but in the world." The Bla Reunion The coming reunion bids fair to be a humdinger, so to speak. Arrangements are "being made to take care of a bigger crowd of people tlai has ever assembed here, at any previous reunion. Noted speakers have been and are beine secured for this reunion, and the class of amusemements will be of a very high order. The grounds are 'now being cleaned up and the water system overhauled. This is a very nec essary thine, this water system. Thousands of people in this dry state of Kansas must have water, in lieu of other thirst quenchers, and it is the determination of the management that water shall be supplied in great quantity. Camp ground is going to be at a premium, so if you want a real food location you should pick out your lot from the map wn ich will be oh ms in (be omce ot the general manager in a short time. A Weird Story K story reached this city last Satutday to the effect that a boy fell into a shaft down in the camp and a lot of dirt slipped in on him, killing him. The story was absolutely correct except that a boy did not slip into a shaft, neither did any dirt slip in on hint ted ill ,him. So there, now. , Last Saturday was a fine day for business in Baxter Springs, and every pne of our progressive mercnanis oia a iu? D.EJ0PS, COLUMBUS uumw worn V City Dray Line ED. CoVeY, Vngtety Freight, Household Goods zzi ar ticles of all kinds hauled it itis- 0 -' r- C VV sit Announcement. COUNTY ATTORNEY. . 1 hereby annoonca that 1 will ba a can didate for the nomination for the office of county attorney at the primary to be held on the and day of Aognit, eubject to the , will of the Democratic voters. A. L. Majors. 8HEKIFP. I hereby announce that I am a candi date for the nomination for the office of sheriff, subject to the will of the Demo cratic votera at the primary to be held on j August a, ly.u. Raltb E. Martin DISTRICT JUDGE. I am a candidate for the nomination of district judga at the coming primary elec tion, subject however, to the will of the Democratic votera. W. J. Mooax. I am a candidate for the nomination for the office of district judge, subject to the will of the Democratic voters at the primary Aug. a. E. E. Sapp, Galena, Kas CORONER. I am a candidate for the nomination for coroner, subject to will of the Democratic votera at the primary to be held Aug. a. R. B, English REGISTER OP DEEDS. I hereby announce that I am a candi date for the nomination for register of deeds, subject to the will of the Demo cratic votera at the primary to be bold August a, iqio promising tbst if I receive the nomination to make a clean race for election. Archie E. Bottom. DISTRICT CLERK. I am a candidate for the nomination for the office of district clerk, subject to the will of the Democratic votera at the pri mary to be held August a, 1910, and I ask for favorable consideration. W. S. Wickirsham, Ross Township. I hereby announce that I'am a candi date for the nomination for the office of clerk of the district court at the primary to be held on August a. 1910, subject to the will of the Democratic voters. Robert L. Thorp, Weir City. PROBATE JUDGE. I am a candidate for the non inatioo for probate judge, subject to the action of the Democratic votera at the primary to be held August a, 1910. N. L. Raymond, West Mineral, Kansas. COUNTY SURVEYOR. I herehv announce mvself as a candi date for be office of county surveyor. subject to the will of the Republicans at the primary to be held Angust a. W. G. Sweeney. . COUNTY CLERK. I hereby announce my candidacy for the nomination for the office of county clerk, subject to the decision of the Dem ocratic voters at the primary to be held August t, 1910. William Shaffer, Ross Township. Announcement. C. H. Smith of this city an nounces his candidacy for renom- ination as a member of the Board of High School Trustees, subject to the will of the Republican voters at the primary August 2. For Representative. I have decided to ask for the nomination for. office of Repre sentative of the 26 district, sub ject to the will of the Democrats at the primary to be held Aug. 2, promising, if I receive the nomination, to try and make a winninsr fiffbt. R, Iv- Arm strong, Neosho Township. Important Notice. Sf A. Blanchard requests par ties indebted to the Drake Breed ing Stock, please call at The Bax ter State Bank and settle, Re ceipts will be given. Blanchard & Drake. The ball game last Sunday be- TiaTfer and Scammon re- $uljed in a victory' for Baxter, the score bej ng 6, to 5. Both sides made errors, an4 cammon pitcher was a good on',' but' he m 9t f?MP & WW edDowty for pca The Scammon fellows AYQt tWQ runs on a foul ball, on a decision of the umpire, who did seem to be shin $ see fhe foul line, but after a whiU b cammon fel lows were beaten out of a run mhirh trier ahould have had, so tbv bgd breaks were almost e'venei up. Bir Ires a mighty good ball team, but u t receiv ing the patronage ifshould. (First published June t, I9iaj . Notise cfABPJlntnsnt-' fjllnlstratgf. Stete In ton. late of Jasper county, Huaouii, Notice la hereby gireti that on the Sth day of Nay, A. D. !. "e onaersiEnea was, by the paie man . ,rc.. Ioanty, Bnty, Kanaaa, amy ippgiom 4 s administrator of the estate of Infl ".i'Q. late n' Jssper coonty, de- t. will take notice and tnpnv eirea accordantly. u. " " " r MS V 6 and hides, and always pay every cent the market , will afford. Phone us, No. 173, Baxter Springs, and we will call on you. EaWU " w JIM DeMOSS The TWO JIMS Pay the highest cash prices for Poultry, Eggs, tildes and Furs, Honest weights and a square deal is our motto. R DeMoss & Phillips, SS& Vacation Time is Near. 1. Frisco Time Table. NORTH BOUND. No. 114 for Kansas City departs at 11:50 pm No. 110 for Kansas City via Cherokee departs at ,. 2:53 am No. 322 for Kansas City via Joplin departs at 10:15 am SOUTH BOUND. No. 109 for Oklahoma City via Afton departs at .2:25 am No. 127 for Oklahoma City via Afton departs at 7:20 am No. Ill for Fort Worth via Afton departs at 6:05 pm EAST BOUND. No. 113 for Joplin" departs at ' 6:45 am No. 12S for Kansas City via Joplin and Pittsburg departs 8:55 pm No. 117 for Joplin from Kansas City departs at 2:45 pm No. 322 for Joplin from points south departs at 10:15 am No. 8 for Joplin and St. Louis from Wichita departs at 7 HO pm WESTBOUND. No. 190 from St. Louis to Wichita and west departs at 1:50 am No. 7 from St. Louis to Wichita and west departs at 8:25 am This schedule went into effect Jan. 2, 1910. J. E. VINCENT, Agent. Excursion Rates via Round Trip Conventional Fares from Baxter Springs to various points in New Westminster, Van Couver, and Victoria, E. C Los Angeles, San Diago and San Francisco. Astoria and fort land, Ore. Bellingham, Everett, Seattle, and Tacoma, Wash, Tickets will be on sale to San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diago July 2 to 8 inclusive. To Portland, Astoria, Seattle, Tacoma and San Frandsco, via Portland, May 28 to June 3 inc. For further information call on or address J. E. Vincent, AGENT FRISCO LINE, Phone 46. Baxter prng, fos. f?9 RPWARP For evidence wblpb wJJlcpOTictthe party or parties who have beea damaging the property of the Bax ter Telephone Company, by break, ing glaaa insulators or otherwise. E. W. Dow, Xanajrer. For Sale or Trade. Qne set, or 12 volumes IJncy clopedi jjrjttapiea pew. Inquire at Gregory's store. You might be satisfied with some other Cherokee cpunty pa per, but you, are sure to be satis fied with the es. Wl? 7 U chances? Slippers at Pierce's for children 75c to $1.10; sizes 5 to 12. Slip pers for women, a few pairs at $1.25; sizes 3 and 4. . Men's Ox fords, few pairs $2.75. . Dr. English. V If you need a.raper L-.r;:r end want a first class vcrkin 4042. A. G. f'teABOY; &v CO.,- DEALERS IN Meats of All Kinds, CHEESE AND RELISHES, Fish, oysters and lawful game in season. We buv and shin all kinds of fat stock " JIM PHILLIPS Let Us Help You Plan Your trip. Low rates to summer resorts. Free literature and information fur nished by C. C. CARSON, D. P. A., Joplin, Missouri. J. H. BOSVELL, 1.1, D Physician and Surgeon - ; Office over Dent's Store. Office phone 269; Residence phone 133 BAXTER LIVERY BARN. Oldest in the city. Established 30 years ago. Good service and reasonable rates. J. BISCHOFSBERGER. Prop. Dr. M. I. Nichols, , Dental Surgeon. Upctain in Opperman Building. Latest appliance! used in the practice ol dental snrgery. J. W. COOK Groceries, Flour, Feed. Home Phone 88. Mutual 1. J. J. BULGER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAV RASTEn SPRINGS KA3. Phone. M 60 0ets Heating, Plumbing and Water Installation from property to curb line, Carry a full line of supplies ped maintain i shop uptown. Estimates made en all electric wring, guaranteed according to the underwriters' code, Will Jones DR. A, J. THOMPSON. Daniels block, Baxter Springs, ICm For Szla. The property known as'' the Stniih property, , on the . north side of East Eiver street, and czz of tt-5 r.tct desiral'.e E?;tr rir sls lex c:ni:. :.t i:r 3 :