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With bargains that you cannot afford to miss. Extraordinary bargains abound throughout the entire stock. We cannot enumerate them all here. We can only give a hint in the limited space at our disposal. Those who have visited us during our Sale of All Sales have not been disappointed. They have found out that our bargains do not exist on paper only. Many have made special trips to attend this sale. No one has been disappointed. We offer $40,000 worth of high grade dependable merchandise at a saving of one-half, one-third, one-fourth and one-fifth off on our regular-low prices. Saturday, August 5th, Baxter's Next Booster Day, is the last day of this great sale. All the newest and best styles of Schloss Bros high grade clothing in this sale. $25.00 suits at 19.25. $22.50 suits at 17.50. 20.00 suits at 15.50. $18.00 suits at 15.50. $15.00 suits at 11.75. $12.50 suits at 9.75. $12.00 suits at 9.25. 510.00 suits at 7.35. One-fourth or 25 per cent off on boys' clothing, odd trousers, knee pants, women's muslin undervvcar, petticoats and shirt waists. One-fifth or 20 per cent off on ladies' skirts, with slight alterations free. Men's 50c dress and work shirts at 35c, Booster Day only. 20 yards or less to one person Fruit of the Loom Muslin. 8 l-3c a yard. Booster Day only, 20 yards or less American or Simpson prints, 5c a yd. 100 pairs of Women's Oxfords worth $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50, at $1.15. With a very few exceptions our entire $10,000 stock, of shoes arc in this sale at reductions. Extra clerks will be in attendance on Booster Day, and people living in the city will get better service by trading early in the morning. Remember, Saturday, August 5th, is the Last Day of This Great Semi-Annual Sale of All Sales. I Ktl6H4UW CO.. IN JOHN M COOPER & COilPANY LEADERS OF STYLE. QUALITY AND LOW PRICES IN THIS LOCALITY. BIG CROPS! MEM RAINS- Come to Baxter Springs on Booster Day, Saturday, Aug. 5th, and meet all of your neighbors and friends. Make it a sort of jubilee meeting. It will pay you to do your buying at that time, because prices. on all lines are going to be down. REUNION IS ALMOST HERE and perhaps you arc going to need some supplies; or, maybe, you will have a lot of company then. You will have to make preparation to entertain them. What ever you need you can buy cheap on Booster Day. 55 FREE PRIZES will be distributed at 3:30 p. m. All you have to do is register, and you should do this as soon as you come to town, so as to avoid the rush during the closing hours. There will be a rest room for ladies' and children on the main business-street, and in it will be found chairs, couches, water, toilet articles, etc. A lady matron will be in attendance. ' There Will be Bargains Galore " . . ; ' - ; , - in Bantejr. Springs August 5th, " L. S. Tanquary, for fifteen years a justice of the peace in Columbus, has resigned. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Grantham returned last Thursday from their farm in Morgan county.Mo, The grape crop in this section of country is going to be a big one. The vines are loaded down Miss Jennie Coglizer of Joplin was the guest of the family o Chas. L. Smith last Saturday and Sunday. Spring river got its back up last Friday after the big rains and the way it ripped and snorted reminded one of old times. T. T. McAboy is going to sel the meat at the Big Baxter Re union. This is a guarantee that the meat will be first class. I can give three or four jobs during the big reunion to good honest men. who can make change quickly. Chas. L. Smith. Pete Golder, at one time grocery merchant out at Lincoln- ville, but now living at Walnut, Kansas, was here Sunday even- ing. The Mission has made a cou pie of cars of lead and a couple of cars of zinc the last two weeks and the dirt is getting better right along; Dr.C. M. Jones was in Sulphur SDrinsrs. Ark., last week. He went down to take Charlie Karr, who has been in poor health for a long time. ' Tom Weaver will leave this week for a visit to his old home in Illinois, and while away will attend a reunion of his old regi ment. He will be gone a couple of weeks. If you fail to camp out during the coming big reunion you are gaing to miss a lot of fun. The way to have a good time, and not miss any of the dozens of good things that will be pulled off is to camp out. People who camp out will tell you that they always have a mighty good time. BEGGS' BLOOD FUHIFIEH A Valliere-Mason. Paul Mason and Miss Marth Valliere, both 6f this city, were married on Tuesday morning this week by Rev. John H. Feyen the ceremony taking place at the Catholic church, south of this city. The groom is a son of Mrs C. M. Jones, and is a hustling young fellow, being one of the electricians at the light plant His wife is a fine young woman and has been making her home with her grandmother, Mrs. M A. Dardenne. The young couple will make their home on South Main street in this city. The Iews congratulates. The big posters advertising the coming big reunion have been sent to the bill posters and this week they are decorating the bill boards all over the country. The water plant at Reunion park is now in better condition than it ever was before, and the multitudes who gather there this vear can be assured of plenty of wetness water, mind you. There will be a garage at the Big Baxter Reunion, and people sroing to the reunion in automo biles will have a place to put them. The garage will be in the hands of a competent man. Forage crops are making wonderfully fast growth this year, mere is going to oe more roughness in the country than ever before, and stock ought to to come out next spring rolling fat. ' " . - C. D. Beauchamo. at one time a resident of this city, is here visiting his sister, Mrs. John j ones. Mr. Beaucbamp has been in the West for several years. Sidewalks are certainly appre ciated lately. The heavy rams of the past three weeks have made things wet, strange to say, and the fellow who bad to build a walk, over nis protest, too, is glad of it now. A very efficient police force will be on duty at Reunion Park during the Big Reunion, and vi olators of public morals, decency and the laws of the great state of Kansas will be dealt with in a manner which they will temea- (First published July K, Ml.) Notice of Appointment Ad ministrator. State of Kaunas, county of Cherokee, mm. in the matter of the cstute of Jennie Dunhum, lute of Clierokeo enmity, Uuusus NOTICK OF APPOINTMENT. Notice is hereby given thut on the KHIi duy of July, A. D. 1!11, the undersigned was, by the probate court nf Cherokee county, Kansas, duly appointed and qual ified iim administrator of the estate nf Jennie Dunluiin, lute of Cherokee county, deceuHcd. All purties interested in said estate will tnke notloj and govern them selves accordingly. A. L. 11AKVEV. Administrator. (First published July 2. lull.) Notice of Appointment Ex ecutor. State of Knnsas, county of Cherokee, mi. In the mutter of the estate of A. 1). C. Harvey, lute of Clierokco countv, Kansas. NOTICE OK APPOINTMENT. Notice is hereby given that on the I'th duy of July, A. !.. H'll, the undersigned was, by the I'robnte Court of Cherokee county, Kunsus, duly uppninted and qual ified us executor of the estuteof A. 1). C. Harvey, lute nf Cherokee county, de ceived. All parties interested in suid es tate will tuke notice and govern them selves accordingly. A. l. ii AKVEY, Executor. List sl Lsttsrs Remaining in the postof&ce at Baxter Springs. Kansas, for the week ending with Aug. 2, 1011 which if not called for within two weeks will be sent to the dead letter office at Washington, O. C: Mr Fread Yeaster Persons calling ior any of the above letters will please say "Ad yet ised'givingdate list. Feed Babtlett, P. N Alfred Hedges of Galena vis ited relatives here Sunday. Miss Audrey Smith is visiting riends in Columbus and Scam- mon this week. Miss Edna Sullivan has re turned from Galena, where she has been visiting friends. She was accompanied home by Miss Donna Kimmons. Strayed From J. H. Ton- gate's feed lot east of Springs park, a white male hog weigh ing about 150 pounds. Please eave information at Watsons eed store. A very heavy rain blessed this part of the country last Friday morning. It lasted seven or eight hours, and a big quantity of water fell. Plowing for wheat received a setback, liut the rain was none the less welcome, not that rain was needed, but the ground can hold an awful lot of water yef, before springs and wells will get back to their cU tins fern.