i fln Explanation to the Public I
In advertising the purchase of the stock of mer
chfendise from Mr. Haskett I used the following
headlines: 1 'BANKRUPT SALE OF THE J. C. HASKETT
In my use of the word Bankrupt ' I did not
mean that Mr. Haskett was bankrupt, or that he
was forced to sell to meet his obligations.
In the purchase of this stock, I received from
Mr. Haskett a bill of sale setting forth that
there were no claims of any kind against it, in
consideration of which I gave Mr. Haskett my
promissory note for full amount of this merchan
dise, said note payable sixty days from date,
with the understanding That at the expiration of
the sixty days I might renew 'for another sixty
day period, should I request it.
"E. A. WALLER.
In justice to Mr. Waller I desire to state I feel assured he inadvert
ently used the word 'Bankrupt" without weighing the consequences to me,
and the false position in which it might place me with my business associ
ates and friends.
J. C. HASKETT.
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There's No Risk I Notice of Meeting.
If This Medicine Does not Ben
efit Yon Pay Nothing.
A physician who made a spe
cialty of stomach troubles, par
ticularly dyspepsia, after years of
study perfected the formula from
which Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets
Our experience with Rexall
Dyspepsia Tablets leads us to be
lieve them to be the greatest rem
edy known for the relief of acute
indigestion and chronic dyspep
sia. Their ingredients are sooth
ing and healing to the inflamed
membranes of the stomach. They
are rich in pepsin, one of the
greatest digestive aids known to
medicine. The relief they afford
is almost immediate. Their use
with persistency and regularity
for a short time brings about a
cessation of the pains caused by
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets will
insure healthy appetite, aid di
gestion and promote nutrition.
As evidence of our sincere faith
in Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets, we
ask you to try them at our risk.
If they do not give you entire
satisfaction, we will return you
the money you paid us for them,
without question or formality.
They come in three sizes, prices
25 cents, 50 cents and $1.00.
Remember you can obtain them
only at The Rexall Store. M.
E. Reddy. '
Mrs. L. M. Rhoades gave her
Sunday school class a party on
New Years eve. - The young
folks had a fine time.
The annual meeting of the
stock holders"of The Baxter Plan
ing Mill and Fixture Company
will be held at the office of E
B. Morgan in Baxter Springs,
Kansas, on Saturday, January
14, 1911, at 2 o'clock p. m., for
the purpose of electing a board
of directors for the ensuing year
and for the transaction of such
other business as may properly
come before the meeting.
Chas. L. Smith, Secretary.
A. J. Thompson, D. D. S.
Phones 261 and 90.
The mercury stood at 8 degrees
below Tuesday morning.
Joplin is shivering again this
week. Cause, low gas pressure.
A. S. Bernheisel of Hartford,
Kansas, is here visiting his sis
ter, Mrs. Edw. G. Polster.
A. O. Rossman, who has sold
groceries for Dent for more than
ten years, is taking a lay-off. .
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Tobias of
Denver are here to attend the
funeral of Mrs. Tobias father,
R. L. Wilkins.
LOST Black and white, most
ly black, English Pointer dog.
Finder please notify E. B. Mor
gan for reward.
Mrs. C. P. King of Eubanks,
Okla., is expected to arrive here
Sunday evening to visit her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dent.
Walter Armstrong, who has
been visiting the family of J. A.
Dent, left yesterday morning for
Knoxville, Tenn. Mrs. Arm
strong will visit here awhile
Miss Leah Sco vail of Galena
has accepted a position as stenog
rapher in the law office of Mor
gan & Burr in this city.
Walter Carter will sell. On
Thursday, Jan. 19, at the E. Car
ter place, one mile north of Riv
erton, a team of horses, 2 good
cows, some shoats, a lot of can
ned fruit, farm implements, hay,
coal, etc., on 10 months1 time.
The W. C. T. U. will meet
with Mrs. Jennie Michener on
Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 2:30 p. m.
Utt ! Uttin
Remaining in thepostofflce at
Baxter Springs, Kansas, for the
week ending with Jan. 4, 1011
which if not called for within two
weeks will be sent to the dead
letter office at Washington. D. C:
Mrs Mary J Call Mils Ruby Cool
By special arrangement we. are
enabled to offer our readers one
year's subscription to the News
and one year's subscription to the
Kansas City Weekly Star for the
sum of one dollar. This is an
exceptional offer and will not last
long.. The Weekly Star is a fine
paper, containing all the matters
of foreign and domestic nature
that interest the people, and
well you know the News is a
Constipation is the cause of
many ailments and disorders that
make life miserable. Take
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liv
er Tablets, keep your bowels
regular and you will avoid these
diseases. For sale by all dealers.
Buy your oysters from McAboy.
50c a quart;
When buying a cough medi
cine for children bear in mindJ
that Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy is most effectual for - colds',
cronp and whooping cough and
that it contains no harmful drug.
For sale by all dealers.
Fish and Oysters
at our market. Also relishes of
different kinds. We carry
Fresh & Salt Meats
We buy hides and furs and
pay the highest prices always.
Give us a part of your business.
All Phones No. 193.
Mr Luther Fulcher
Mr Henry Silver
Mrs Lacy Red
Mr Jemmie ?
Mrs Enr ma White
Mr Frank Ping
Mrs Sarah Kelly
Mrs Tom Gees
J. H. BOSVVELL, LI, D
Physician and Surgeon
Office over Dent's Store. Office
phone 269; Residence phone 138
Avoid Caustic and Acid
This handy, all-'round Cleans
er is entirely free from caustic,
acid and alkali; it is hygienic,
cleans mechanically,not chem
ically. It is not only the saint;
but also the easiest and quickest
cleanser ever discovered for
It is the only cleanser to tue on milk
pa ils, pans, separators and on all cooking
utensils. Use it for all cleaning through
out the house.
How To Clean Window The
Best Way Sprinkle Old Dutch Cleans
er on a cloth or sponge, just dampened
sufficiently to hold the powder, without
dusting, and apply to the glass, rubbing
briskly. Then polish
with a -dry cloth and
a Tery little Old Dutch
Cleanser. , If the
above directions are
followed excellent re
sults will be secured
with less work than
by ordinary methods,
or with other articles.
LARGE SIFTER CRTl
J. W. COOK
Groceries, Flour, Feed.
Home Phone 88. Mutual 1.
Per thousand by paying your gas
bill on or before the 10th of the
month. Pay at the office of The
Baxter Gas Company.
B. S. WARNER, Manager.
Mr and Mrs C Gaskill v
Persona calling for any of the
above letters will pleaBesay "Advei
Feed Baktlstt, P. M
Vale Smith, son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. V. Smith, of this city,
was married on last Saturday
morning to Miss Helen Grant of
Coffeyville. We understand the
bride is a very popular young
woman in her home town. The
groom is a salesman in the Qual
ity store at Columbus. The News
SS0.00 per month straight sal
ary and expenses, to men with
rig, to introduce our Poultry
Remedies. Don't answer unless
you mean business. Eureka Poul
try Food Mfg. Co. (Incorporated)
East St. Louis, 111. j
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,
J AS. L. HARMON.
Practical Gas Fitter
of thirty years experience, would like to make estimates on your
GAS INSTALLATION AND FIXTURES, y
Also burners installed in-furnaces of all kinds. Satisfaction guaran
teed. Estimates cheerfully given. Give us a calL Phone 158.
First door south of Reddy's Drug Store.
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