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t cooo0""0"0"0"0"i'0'0ii'0'''iM"OMOioiiO"a"" aii.itts?"'-.- j i ji in i.i, I Gas Stoves and Ranges. Another large shipment of gas stoves and ranges just received. We now have as nice a line as you will find in the surrounding country, and we ask that you compare our stoves and prices with other dealers, in or out of that we can save you money, quality School Notes. The general deportments for the school rooms are as follows: Baxter. You will find considered. We have a large stock of GAS LIGHTS, MANTLES, BRACKETS ARCS, FIXTURES, ETC. I High School Miss Minnick Miss Roberts Mis Allen Miss Stewart Miss Chambers At first it was 89 96 100 83 100 . 96 thought that ,? VISIT OUR HARDWARE DEPARTMENT. We can now show you as complete a line of hardware as you can find in the city. It will be a pleasure to show you anything you may want to look at. & Hood & Sons, I Phone 157. Baxter Springs, Kansas. ttlftlnllll.ll.lCnnO''''"l DO YOU KNOW HIM? If you do not, then make his acquaintance,- for he sells everything in the way of First Class Eatables. THE PURE FOOD GROCERYMAN, JAS. L. HARMON. CHEISTIAS. tne Align bcnooi wouia make up their Monday's holiday on Sat- urday, but on further considera tion were allowed their Satur day's holiday. Mr. Marshall, President of Oswego College, conducted the morning exercises on Monday of this week; and gave a very inter esting talk. The B society of the High School will give a bum program Friday afternoon, Dec. 9. There will be an uninteresting debate. "Resolved, that the country is a better place for the raising of children than the city." Fubllo Sale, On account of leaving the state 1 will sell at the old Chubb lease, 2 miles west and 1 mile north of Quapaw, 6 miles north and 1 mile east of Miami, on Tuesday, Dec. 20, beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., 7 horses and mules, 30 fine Short Horn cattle, 11 Poland China hogs, a lot of farming imple ments, etc, on 10 months' credit. J. Melbtjer, Owner. H. L. Wilbur, auctioneer, Don Wills, clerk. Dinner will be served on the grounds. t JEWELRY, CUT GLASS, TOILET CASES, TOILET SETS, FANCY BOX STATIONERY, PERFUMERY, t CHRISTMAS BOXES OF CIGARS, STERLING SIL f VER NOVELTIES. BRUSHES OF ALL KINDS. I M. E. REDDY, Druggist. 4 PLUMBING. i i ! I have had much experience in this work, and do work which will stand the neoessaiy inspection. I live here and am here to stay. Let me figure with you. Es timates cheerfully made. Gas burners installed under all kinds of furnaces ant' attachments to stoves made. All Phones No. 60. WILL JONES. WoJJDJb L - imm 52MI CORSETS THE Nuform is a popular priced corset, modeled on lines that per fect your figure. It defines grace ful bust, waist and hip lines and fits at the back. The range of shapes la so varied, every figure can be fitted with charming result. . All Nuform Corsets are msde of service- . able fabrics both heavy and light weight daintily trlL- d and well tailored. Your dealer will supply you with the model 'best suited to your figure. tfafonn,Stylc478. (As pictured). Forivengt Hgoret. Medium low bust, extrs skirt length orer abdomen and bipa. Made of durable coatH and light weight batiste. Hose, supporters. Sixes 18 to 30. Nuform, Style 485. For avenge and well derel- oped figures. Medium bust, extra length over Lips, beck and abdomen. - CoutH and batiste. Hot trpporters. Sires 12 to 30. Price, Muforro,StyI 4C3. lor STerage end we3 developed f 3. ues. Uaiqtsecoat constns.V.ibn verLipt,bsck end tlio:-. -a, 'r carJstt w'.ii rodLi lines. ' Made cf exceUcst c-Jl First Presbyterian Cbarob. C. A. Harris, Ph. D., Pastor. Our motto: "Interest, Instruc tion, Inspiration' Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Christian Endeavor 7:30 p. tn. Prayer meeting on Thursday evening:. Morning; subject; "The Geog raphy of Morals, or. The No Mans Land of Character." Evening: subject; "Samuel Tay ler Coleridge and The Rhyme of The Ancient Mariner." Hair Health. If You Have Scalp or Hair Trouble, Take Advantage of This Offer. We could not afford to no strongly endorse Rexall "93" Hair Tonic and continue to sell it as we do, if it did not do all we claim it' will. Should our en thusiasm carry us away, and Rex all "93" Hair Tonic not give en tire satisfaction to the users, they would lose faith in ns and our statements, and in conse quence our business prestige would suffer. We assure you that if your hair is beginnings to unnaturally fall out or you have any scalp trouble, Rexall "93" Hair Tonic will promptly eradicate dandruff, stimulate hair growth and pre vent premature baldness. Our faith in Rexall 93w Hair Tonic is so strong that we ask you to try it on our positive guar antee that jour money will be cheerfully refunded if it does not do as we claim. Two sizes, 50c. and $1.00. sold only at our store The Rexall Store. M. E Reddy. Stockholders Meeting. Notice is hereby given that the regula annual meeting of the Stockholders of The Baxter State Bank, of Baxter Springs, Kansas, will be held in rooms of said bank on Tuesday, Jan. 3rd, 1911, from m. to a p. m., for the purpose of erect ing five directors; and for such other bus iness as may come before the stockholders. W. W. Wyatt, Cashier. December i, 1910. Is " v 4 f'MBOY CO., DEALERS IK Meats of All Kinds, CHEESE AND RELISHES, Fish, oysters and lawful game in season. We buy and ship all kinds of fat stock and hides, and always pay every cent the market will afford. Phone us. No. 173. Baxter Springs, and we will call on you. ' J U.t ef Latter Remaining in the poatoflJce at Baxter SpHnga. Kanaaa. for the wfH'h end in fir with Dec. 1 1910 which if not called for within two week will be aent to the dead letter office at Washington. D. C: Mr A G Evans Mrs Eva Clark Ed Casebeer Dolph Doty Mr Arthur Garson Mrs Ola Jenkins Mrs Bertha Hanler Mr H Martin Miss Pearl Dixon Per eon calling for any of the above letters will pleaaeaay"Advet fiaed."giving date Mat. Fred Babtlktt. P. Card of Thanks. we desire to thank: our many friends for the expressions o kindness and sympathy shown us during- the illness, death and burial of our little Louise. The sympathy extended goes a long way toward lessening1 our load o grief. Benj. W. Patton. Bonna W. Patton. Mrs. Will Wyatt is visiting her parents at Francis, Okla. True W. Childs is here from Eustis. Florida, to visit his wife and son. to Joplin look after Will Wyatt went Tuesday evening to some matter of business. According1 to the Joplin Globe, the Frisco is planning- to build a fine new station in Joplin. Samuel Tayler Coleridge and "The Rhyme of The Ancient Mariner." Presbyterian church Sunday evening:. Mrs. C. S. Jakes left for her home in Fort Scott the latter part of last week, after a visit with Mrs. Ben Patton. Mrs. Lou Black left Tuesday morning for ber borne in Fort Scott, after attending-the death bed and burial of her neice, little Louise Patton. There is a new time card on the Frisco. Not many changes are made in the old card, but there is one new train now. The Hustler for Kansas City g-oes north at 8:25 in the morning- in stead of 7:07, and a- new train has been put on front Joplin to neet it. The tr&ia frcni !2 ICan ess City in tie f.lj to Tuesday morning while hitch ing up to go out on his route Tom Weaver's horse concluded to have some fun, so he kicked the el ass all out of the mai wagon and tore the harnesss pieces. Mr. Weaver was slightly bruised, but he made his trip all right. I First published in the Baxter Spring' News, Dec. H, lwo.l Publication Notice In the District court of Cherokee county Kansas, rlttluir at Columbua. Kachel Beltshoover. Plaintiff, vs Thorn a A. Kurker, Maria tu B. Kucker, William N Cook and Daniel P Wright if thev be liv I ok, and their unknown heirs, executor administrators, devisees, trustees and as signs If they be dead; and the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, deviseei- trustces and assigns of Rachel Wright and W. E. Wright, deceased. Defendants, PUBLICATION NOTICE. Stute of Kansas, to the above named de fendants, and each of them, greeting: You, and each of you, will hereby take notice that you have been sued by the plaintiff above named and that her pett tlon is now on rile in the office of the Clerk of the District Court, of Cherokee County, Kansas, sitting at Columbus and that you must answer said petition on or before the th day or January, wii, or said petition will be taken as true and judgement wlU be rendered in favor of aald plaintiff and against said attend ants, declaring said plaintiff to be the ab solute owner in fee simple of lots One i two 121 and the east ten 10 feet of lot (S hi block eight 8 of Brewster's Second Addition to the city of Baxter 8prings, and forever barring you, and each of you, from setting np or claiming r.ny right, title or Interest in or to the said real estate above described or any part there- of. In Witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal at Columbus, Kansas, this eta day of De cember, 1M0. - . C. H. MC.NAY, SEAL. Clerk of the District court. Morgan it Bun. . Attorneys for Plaintiff; (First published Dec 8, 1910 ) SberlfFs Sale of Real Estate ca Foreclosure. By virtue and authority of an order of ssle on foreclosure. Issued from the office of the clerk of the District Court, In and for Cherokee county. Eleventh Judicial District of the State of Kansas sitting at Col am bus, and to me directed and deliv. ered, la the cause wherein Ellen Peters Is plaintiff, and P. P. Long and Dorothy M. Long are defendants, and wherein said court did order and adjudge that the lands and tenements, altuated and being to Cherokee county, State of Kansas, and described as lollowa, to-witi Lots One (1) Two U( Three 3 Ten (10) Eleven 01) and Twelve (13 ln31ock Nine M of Kiggina, addition to the city of Baxter Springs be advertised and sold according to law. now. therefore, I do advertise the above described real property ,f or sale, and I wilL on Saturday the Tth day of -January U, at II o'crnck in the fore noon of that day. at the north door of the court house, In the city of Columbus, in Cherokee county, in the state of Ksoms. offer for sale end sell t public suction. f"r cash in hand, to the b'chrst bidder, sll the riorbt.tltle, interest, int, ette sn1 proivrty of the above rid P.p. Lon? nj i'.imttif ft. Lonjr ! n4 tci t i ..iv C -vrrU I "l prjv 01UE ! A PAII1 OF Qf GIB VWMH fann 5i IBB I ,M Foa Your Local Dealer has tkem in single nak gift bases, decorated with beautiful deagu, Atk so see inem wneuter 70U Duy or Dot. ' SHIRLEY PRESIDENT SUSPENDERS ore the kind with the Sliding Cord Back, comfort able and durable the kind that lets s man forget he tin tuipendeni on the kind be would choose if be were buying th -a himself. If rw Desk k oat of the Prendeot Holiday Boxes don't accept some other kind send direct to us, fete color preferred and whether light or medium weight webbing. Enclose SO cents par pair and we will nuil to my sddre. Sifasd fmtraaUs aa every stir. Bay tsday saj get ssrt sf year Ckisbau Skopsisf sff year anas'. V mi mrmJA lit. tl lh'(t Arf " - ' 1. ln1J tm sdnroBBs) bt fatauaf tmi 25 saMi i s nat Pisatkat VMOW. enmsrans TEE 6. JL ESSTCa UFflL C9. .S33tUkSt,SluHey, Ksti. Frisco Time Table, NORTH BOUND. No 110 Meteor for Kansas City 2.53 am No 124 Hustler for Kansas City 7.07 am No 112 Kansas City Mail 10.15 am SOUTH BOUND. No 109 Meteor 2.25 am No 127 Afton Accommodation 7.07 am No 111 Sapulpa Passenger ' 6.10 pm No 123 Hustler for Galveston 9.45 pm EAST. BOUND. No 2 St. Louis Express 2.35 am No 316 St. Louis Passenger 7.10 am No 322 Joplin Passenger 10.15 am No 314 Joplin Passenger 2.50 pm No 8 St. Louis Limited . 7.20 pm' No 318 Joplin Passenger 8.55 om No 324 Joplin Passenger . 9.50 pm WEST BOUND. No 309 Wichita Passenger 1.40 am No 7 Kansas Limited 8.25 am This schedule went into effect Sunday, October 16. 1910. J. E. VINCENT, Agent. Have You Any Mantle Troubles ? - USE BLOCK INNERLJN sj sli i a-I LINED MANTLES 5 MTfm MnaiiTtif. AND YOUR TROUBLES ARE OVER nt L f t j if .1 ca . .... ' . oiocK innerua unea ivisnues grre per cent, more light and will eauast six ordinary! mantles. This means a saving of 75 per cent on your msntla expanse. TWO! CUAULET CAS MANTLES IN ONE. Prios, 25 cants GET ONE TO TRY WITHOUT COST Save the box coven from 1 2 Block Vv-tal-rv Mantles the best 1 0 and 1 5 -cent grade of mantles told take them to vour dealer. L.i m ,end themto w nd get a Block Innerbn Used Mantle free. VM i Block Vy-ul-tr'sBd Block loaetlia Lated MsnUei sre lor ls at Ksrowm. r" 1 r Unas, rlumbmg, Urocerr sod Uepsnment Stores. Dsalers Writs for Oar DsssripaV Cfaenlar aadNowCatsIosna The Block Light Co Youngstown, Ohio! (Sola Itajnufacturera) -- 'r"- .iniisrniiiai.uii.- Fish and Oysters at our market. Also relishes of different kinds. We carry Fresh & Salt Meats We buy hides and poultry and pay the highest prices always. Give us a part of your business. HARTLEY BROTHERS. All Phones No. .193. Groceries, Feed and Flour at Live and Let Live rices. I pay the highest mar ket prices for country produce. hone 251. GEO. SIKES. J. J. BULGER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAVY DAXTCn XPRING3 KAS. DR. A. J. THOMPSON, D7TTTr7,TCt!rT' -J, efii rffrf-mir sis a Daniels block. Baxter Springs, Kas BAXTER LIVERY BARN. Oldest u ths (3D TZZTS city. GcoJ service zzd Winter Tourist Ex cursion Fares To Various Destinations , in Following States: the Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, Cuba, Lousiana, New Mexico, FlbfTdaTTTexico, South Carolina, Texas. -Dates of sale Nor. 1st .daily to April 30th. liberal stop oyer privileges either going or returnirg. See the undersigned for further information desired. - , J. E. Vincent, AGENT FRISCoTjNE, Phone 46. Baxter Sprisfs. I!:;.. City Dray Lin ED. COVEY, Pre "5 f ' , f cf 7:10.