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Frisco Time Table. NORTH BOUND. No 110 Meteor for Kansas City 3.02 am 7.57 am No 124 Hustler for Kansas City SOUTH BOUND. Meteor Afton Accommodation Sapulpa Passenger Hustler for Galveston EAST BOUND. St. Louis Express Joplin Passenger St. Louis Limited Joplin Passenger Joplin Passenger From Baxter to Joplin WEST BOUND. From Joplin to Baxter Wichita Passenger Kansas Limited No 323 From Joplin This schedule went into effect Sunday, Nov. 12, 1911. J. E. VINCENT, Agent. No 109 No 127 No 111 No 123 No 312 No 322 No 8 No 318 No 324 No 304 No 304 No 309 No 7 2.12 am 7.25 am 6.10 pm 10.03 pm 2.25 am 11.25 am 7.17 pm 8.50 pm 10.05 pm 8.30 am 8.00 am 1.45 am 8.30 am 9.40 pm 3 i .T.lll -Ml Winter Tourist Bates r-r Cnlo Tin tItt JC VAX KJCfcit JfAXXJ Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, cnba, Georgia, New Mexico, Texas, Florida, Louisiana, Mexico, South Carolina, etc. Homescckcrs rates on 1st and hi Tuesdays of every month to many points. Ask our agent or write to FRANK P. PR0SSER. Dist. Pass. Agent, 114 West 4th, Joplin, Mo. (First published Nov. 2, 1911.) Notice of Final Settlement. Tbe State of Kansas, Cherokee county, ss In the Probate Court in and for said county. In the matter of the Estate of Lewis Stallsmith, deceased. Creditors and all other persons inter ested in the aforesaid estate, are hereby notified that at the next regular term of the Probate Court, in and for said Coun ty, to be begun and held at the Probate Court room in Columbus, County of Cher okee, state aforesaid, on the first Monday 511,392,035.00 grade ore for the coming week's delivery came in. Webb City Carterviii J4.61a.86a.00 1 calamine ores were strong at Joplin a. 320 73 j.oo $23 to $26. T Af0 VtAfA fitPAHff at fcCQ Du"weg 683,389 00 Alba-Neck City 637,832.00 wnue omc 101s sum uown 10 3100 BMxttr-UlMtnl 441,208 00 and $57. The activity of a new Oronogo 426,970.00 buyer in the field is said to have Granb ' 363.710.00 stiffened uo the market all around Spring City-Spurgeon ,76'301'00 the field. Aurora l6i.67a.OO I Carl junction 133.363 00 The production of the district Cave Springs. Carthage Sarcoxie Badger-Peacock Springfield Stotts City Seneca Sundries 72,896.00 continues to be fair, an estimate 68,795.00 0f 5 500 tons being considered 4742400 rin- tn it.- Mi nnnair u 46.872.00 e . . ..... oiiuiutv Daw a wm wave kvuic july.w - ib.Sa.oo over tne new mat may cut tne 3,258.00 output. The threat of a shut 47.879 00 down, if carried into effect would - . , W1. l i 1 naps less. me smpmems are Comparative statement of ores food and are considered certain marketed from eighteen leading to continue up to tbe tun pro- camps since January 1st to date, duction of the field throughout rh rnmitiD months. Zinc Turkey Fat 175,680 Sullivan M Co 136,205 Buckeye rf.... 87,410 Golden Hen 36.985 Index 30,030 L. C. Church M Co New State Sundries Mission Mine 63,840 Good Luck 63,840 Webb & Co 18,010 Lead 105,280 5.630 14,510 499,150 Ores marketed for week end mg ssov. ntn mi, irom tne Baxter-Miami district. The Ethel Miller mine, form erly tbe Lancaster, is making a nice lot of ore each week. Ed. Miller is running the property, and he is a practical man. The Good Luck shipped a car load of zinc last week. This is one of the most consistent pro ducers in the whole country. It has always paid, since the mill was put into operation. The 83iooGood Luck is another mill which is run without style, but for profit. We understand the White Ea gle mine, on the Abrams land, is to be started again soon. Mr. Metlack, the principal owner of the mine, was here last week looking after the matter. This The threatened shutdown of the operators, while not result in? in raising the price to the evel demanded, did result in bet ter offerings for a few lots of ore is a gQ0& mine and made money when it run, and we are glad to hear it is to be put back into scattered over the district. As much as $46 was paid for high Bloodless Surgery. No Cutting! No Pain! No Loss of Time! WE CURE Piles, Fistula, Varicose Veins, Hemorrhoids! Varicocele, Prostatic Diseases, Stricture, Gall Stones, Tumors, Wens, Enlarged Glands, Goitre, Gravel, Cancerous Growths absolutely and permanently without operation or the use of the knife, by our Modern American ized European Methods of Painless, Bloodless Surgery Treatment It is the most scientific treatment ever devised for speedy and perma nent results. We cure with the same guarantee of success deep-seated com plicated diseases of the lungs, heart, stomach, liver, kidneys, nerves and bowels, and all bladder and genito-urinary diseases of men and women. TO ALL WHO SUFFER: Come to our office and we will make a thorough, searching and scientific examination of your case FREE OF CHARGE, and if we find that your condition will yield to the influence of our advanced methods then we will take your case. OUR CHARGES ARE REASONABLE. OUR CONSULTATION FREE. WE ACCEPT NO INCURABLE CASES, Hours: 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays 9 to 12 only. Office northwest corner Ninth and Main Streets. DR. CAMP & CO., JOPUN'S LEADING SPECIALISTS. ment of said estate. S. E. STALLSMITH, Administratrix Lewis Stallsmith, deceased Columbus, Kansas, Oct. 26, 1911. $10 REWARD For evidence which will convict the party or parties who have been damaging the property of the Bax ter Telephone Company, by break ing glass insulators or otherwise. K. W. Dow. Man now. PMPfl EMOlIf HEfiEIS THE WAT . a mAnlli f riararr kr A Ifttt 1 shall, on the 6th day of December apply j grade ore in the open market, I commission again. to said court for a full and final settle-' a.j er-A hAiA Hnvn I T. H pMnrflfftf At fn wVirt arA to $43.50. Ores high in iron . . brought as much as $47.50 base, operating the Mission mine, j u .u .4 SDippeu a tar mau ui nui uic arm uic sum uu iuc luuuaii ivi a fr;fl,nPrS47haS.. ThehiVh. ,ast week The dlrt fr0m the est settlement reported was $49 Mission " E0d' "? P""? 4, I operators are woriun? ine mine in uic uycu uiauci, 1 - - Last Saturdav niirht one re.1"110 maKe 80me mo' ... I TT . t t 1 A. port of a $4650 base for high inc. Has wtB,lo . 1 many inns uscu in mc uuerauuos of most all the mines in this part I of the country. While not in a fault finding mood, yet we feel that there is an explanation due the ordinary layman as to why some mines do not pay. The reason is that many of them are run mostly on style, and very little practical I a a mining sense, lake most any mine in the Southwest and put lit in charge of sensible mining men, who think more of produc ling good results than they do of wearing high top boots and cor duroy coats, and it can be made to pay. There has been entirely too much style the last few years I in the mining business. Why, YOU HAVE BEEN IN THE HABIT OF PAYING FOR LIVING EXPENSES SOLVE THE VITAL en cost of whig pkobibi T HE problem of supplying a la amily with plenty of food of the best duality is a perplexing one. To tho man and woman of moderate means it may seem a problem that cannot te solved. If yon are a housewife, you understand how discouraging it is to have the price of beef or butter or lard go up. HARRY L. WILBUR GRADUATE AUCTIONEER. 1 Will make sales anywhere in this section of country. He needs no introduction. Reference Any person for whom he has made a sale. Call him over the Rural phone, or come to this office for dates. You know that if the rise in prices is very mnch. your plans are upset It is unpleasant to cut down on the Quan tity or quality of the food your family eats. Yet you must when this happens. You Bust if you want to make ends meet and are Hill a slave to the old-time plan of paying four or five profits to four or five middlemen for food. Now, look here! This cost of living problem b vital to you, isn't it ? It really b a proMea that you must solve. Then you've got to save money, haven't you T Bat, do yoa know the real way to economize ? Do you Know a way to economize that will not inconvenience you one bit ? There b a way. Over two million people have discovered it Over two million people, every year, buy food, clothes, furniture, stoves almost everything they need to use in any way from Montgomery Ward & Co. on the one profit plan. Now, how have they solved the serious "high cost of living" problem ? How will yoa be able to solve it by buying life's necessities from us ? Simply by doing this by paying only one-half to four-fifths cf tho money you have been spending elsewhere for life s necessities, and getting in return from us better merchandise than you heretofore have been using. W wfll explain tha matter to rod. Tha raaaon yoa can nave CO to 50 pw rent on the dollar from ns, I. of eoona. baeanaa our prion ara luwar -1 baiaina wa boy and aell 60 carloads of atowa, forliutance, inaytarwharaaimail daaier only buya and aalla half of on carload in a year. Now, yoa yourself know that if yoa bay a doasa pair! of atockinca yon will cat lower price on each pair of toeklnn than if you had only bough tone pair. That ia tbe war we do badness. Sat, wa boy and sail hunursdi of thoimmii of pairs of stockinc. for fautanoa, ajtd iret tha rack eettsai prica. Taea. warhreyoc tbe ad ran tax of our ability to bay in such arcat lots. Wa a&k 70a to pay only a vary alight adranea orer the pricee we pay. Ii that clear T Do yoa see that yoo realty esa lara money by brylngfrornMoTiti:u:T-jT Ward 4 Co.? WeRJoittry ttonoa, J oat sand as a small order. Sea for yourself that every article is of Urst quality. Beam tasara, Yonasast. THIS UNIJ?.aTED GUARANTEE protects you- s n SATISFACTION OR MONEY REFUNDED" Remember that we guarantee positively rruaran too that every purchase you make w&l Dlease yoo. In filling your order, we will make every effort to satisfy your requirements. nee you snouia wm be rally pleased, sena your purchase dock, we wui re fund your money without question, or we will make any exchange or alteration of tbe mer- mease hi, if by any chance you should act be tnUj pleased, send your chandise that vou wish. Furthermore, we will pay all the transportation charges you have paid. The way to start buying from us ia to get from us aa many 01 our money-saving dooks h you can use. Tha ajreeary book la Bomber XL Wa kaoe new frosty book try two Booths. Wbea roa send as your Dams. w will put U on or bet to reeetre thie beok rerolarty. .17 other Booke-cJotbss. stores, runiiuira. oewin ! Mass. erraaa. piaaoa, wall Bapar-wrarythiag yoa esd and want to make tbe winter am the pleasant. Mark tha books yoa want as tha eonpon. Toar or cot otrt tlis eonpoiv. fill tt oat with roar same and addreae. We will amd yoa tbe beoks that will bets yoa as boob aa we boar from yoa The sooner yoa sand the coupon, tnoorh. tha aooaar roa will ft tha books that will start roa en the right way to boIt tha serious high cost of li aii"ianliiaiii r.:oriTGo:.2HY ward & co. Montgomery Ward A Co. IMk tnl Oask.ll Sts. Cklsase tsss BrMat KANSAS CITY CHICASO Please and So ar sddM below the Books I base c hanked, abaolaloljr free of soak IhMi illltarapIWi zu (.Mam. LnriM. 71 rM iMMtkn! T2 Itail twe it.wr K'ra. a Itwn. irr.ua I m vfc.'cte n f PuratDoe si S InrulMun IA.lre si 10 rjp.miie 11 F4 Men " U rain. I in iu. -..p I'm m .1 mm we W. attw-M' MfMM'l A pTTirfMSt MM ! Tai iiTlf'-t tbftMtl.Ma ilswte gee wbiz, it not much effort to remember back to when jack sold for $20 to $25 per ton, and tbe owners of the mines made money. To be sure, it did not cost quite as much to operate a mine in those days, but it is also true there was not so much style, either. If tbe mining business could be put back on a sensible basis it is our notion the mines would almost all pay divi dends. Buy 'Em Early. If you're wise you'll boy 'era early, boy 'em early, Mabel dear, For almost before yoo know it Merry Christmas'll be here; The shops will all be crowded in abont a month from now, And every weary clerk yon meet will have a wrinkled brow; You'll have to stand np in tha cars, yoar joy will disappear. So if you're wise you'll buy 'em early, buy 'em early, Mabel dear. Chicago Record-Herald. Is your husband cross? An ir ritable, fault finding disposition is often due to a disordered stom ach. A man with a good diges tion is nearly always good na- tured.' A great many have been permanently cured of stomach trouble by taking Chamberlain's Tablets. Forjsale by all dealers. City Dray Line ED. COVEY, Proprietor Freight, Household Goods and ar ticles of all kinds hauled at reas onable rates Dr. M. I. Nichols, Dental Surgeon. Upstairs in Opperman Building. Latest appliances used in tbe practice of dontal surgery. .!. H, BOSWELL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon Office over Dent's 'Store. Office phone 269; Residence phone 138 c BAXTER LIVERY BARN. Oldest in the city. Established 30 years ago. Good service and reasonable rates. J. BISCHOFSBERGER. Prop. tfTTTTTTfT?TTTffTTfffTT v NO HUNTING i ALLOWED ON THIS FARM. A- A A A A A A A AAA A AAAAAAAtAiiAg Cards bearing these words are on sale at this office. Cards are good stock, heavy, and will stand the weather. D. M. JONES, "Vv km COLUMBUS . HAItBLE T702KS. . V" - - - - A a .a. XNot a new railroad, but a new route over roads well known for tha splendid service they give the Frisco Lines & Santa Fe Tha establishment of this through service has provided a short and most direct route to California, Arizona and New Mexico. The route is the warm, comfortable. Southern way, via the scenic sections of New Mexico and the Grand Canyon of Arizona "the grandest sight in all America.'' Daily through standard 'and tourist sleeper service established Nov. 12th If you ere planning a trip to Cal- . ifornia, consider the advantage of this new direct route. The Frisco A sent will give you full information about this new service. J. W. COOK Groceries, Flour, Feed. Home Phone 88. Mutual 1. J. J. BULGER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW BAXTER SPRINGS, KAS. OR. A. J. THOMPSON. DD1TTIST. Daniels block, Baxter Springs, Kas i ll u 7 , ! .1 li 11 t:aniCr?WlSi IIA?.SA3 (C2TV 7. t:::c.'.r3 rTxnw 8a F.1Xasaoeseaeeelltarts9.aaS.aa.sweass SEND CfHirC TO THE i A. J. Thompson, D.. D. S. doa'tjeu tzLz tlis f:r:r? i cu::3C:-.-;-3f r it .