.'BAXTER SPRINGS. CHEROKEE COUNTY.' KANSAS, OCTOBER 10, 1912.
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W. N. Love has an adv. in this
. Jesse Fancher left Tuesday
night for Phoenix, Arizona.
Walter Apple is recovering
. from a very hard spell of sick
The rummap-e and bake sale of
the W. R. C. will continue until
Saturday, Oct. 12.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hehdrir of
Maroa, 111., are isiting relatives
and mends here.
Mrs. J. B. Brown spent the
week end with her daughter,
Mrs. Fred Stallsmith at Miami.
Frances Q. Goodeagle and son,
Chas., went to Texas last week
to look alter some ousiness
Are you willing to make a bet
that Baxter Springs will not
have railroad shops within the
next six months?
Mrs. A. L. Harvey entertained
the Carnation Card Club Tuesday
afternoon. The prize was won
by Mrs. A. R. Kane.
' The Booster Club will have a
meeting on Friday night of this
week, and all committees which
have to do with A. H. T. A. day
are asked to attend.
E. T. McCarthy and L. H.
Watts will open offices in Kan
sas City, Mo. Mr. G. E. Rucker
will look after their interests
here during their absence.
Notice to farmers having wheat
to sell. This is to notify you,
that we can not receive wheat at
Baxter, testing under 57 pounds
until further notice.
Are you a real good, pushing
citizen? That is to say, have
you joined the Booster club? You
owe it to yourself and the com
munity to join the club, and be a
good booster. There are some
good things -in store for Baxter
Springs, and we must all hustle.
Frank Hartley has done gone
- and bought an automobile. And
now people will have to keep, off
the roads, streets and alleys un
til he learns how to run it. It is
a five-passenger Ford, bought
A. Rossmann, knowing that
an order would soon be made for
sidewalks on the street leading
to the M. 0. G. depot, decided to
not wait, so he has the material
on the ground for his walk. If
the other property owners along
that street will show the same
spirit it will save the city a little
expense, for the walks will be
ordered in anyway. The street
will be graded and graveled, too.
Last Saturday afternoon Mrs.
L. M. Perkins entertained in
honor of Miss Pearl Mullen, who
is to be married soon to Mr. Cal
vin Cooper, of Columbus. Whist
was played at four tables. The
. first prize was won by Miss Car
rie Perkins of Galena; the second
prize by Miss Ruth Barnes. A
two-course luncheon was served.
' The guests were Mesdames John
I. Cooper, Vale Smith, Deane
Chamberlain of Colorado Springs,
Misses Laura Armstrong, lerene
Sweeney, Ruth Barnes, Pearl
Mullen, Carrie and Ruth Perkins
of Galena, Swannie Smith, Sara
Kelsey, Dot Hanback, Grace Per
1 . kins, Zella Wright and Ruth
' Yingling, ,
DR. J. J. HELM,
Successor to Dr. Thompson.
- for good and wholesome food.
Quick delivery. ,
Phone 251 for Groceries, Flour,
Feed and Other Good Things.
Fred Kitchen spent Sunday in
Buy your fertilizer of the Bax
ter Mill and Elevator.
Baxter Springs needs one or
two public watering troughs.
Mrs. Julian of Kansas City is
here visiting Mrs. A. L. Harvey
Mrs. T. H. Goodwin of Colum
bus visited here the fore part of
Miss Wilda McElhinev of Ok
lahoma City is' here visiting
Harrv Hartlev spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Chubb
Misses Norma Baldwin and
Ethel Cook visited friends in Ga
Col. I. N. Ury, right-of-way
agent for the M. O. G. road, was
Mrs. Annie Lindsey of Route
5 has moved to Webb City and is
living at 11 South Ball street.
Miss Molly Sweeney of St.
Louis is here visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Swee
Miss Jessie Wyrick of Route 2
is home from a protracted visit
at Tulsa, Pawhiska, and other
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Perkins
spent Sunday in Galena with Mr.
Perkins son, Ira C. Perkins, and
Percy Coe left Tuesday night
for Phoenix, Arizona, where he
will work for Uncle Sam at an
O. O. Roberts went to Kansas
City last Saturday to attend the
funeral of a sister, Mrs. Amelia
White, who died on Friday.
Mrs. John I. Cooper. Mrs. A.
V. Smith. Jr.. and Miss Opal
Mason are -entertaining this
(Wednesday) afternoon for Miss
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
M. E. church will serve dinner
on Saturday, Oct. 12, at the Has-
kett, building, beginning "Tit
eleven o'clock. Everybody in
Tne Third District Convention
W. R. C, Department of Kansas,
will meet in Baxter Oct. 16. Tnc
meeting's will be held in the G.
A. R. hall, betrinniner at 9:30
o'clock. Mrs. Kate C. Killmer,
department president, will be
here. In the evening a camp nre
will be held to which all are cor
Last Wednesday, the day
Hod ces was here, the town was
chock full of candidates. Ralph
Martin, candidate for sheriff, W.
S. Wickersham. candidate for
district clerk, Jim Orr, candidate
for register of deeds. Fred Hiller,
candidate for treasurer, R. W.
Emerson, candidate for county
attorney, Scotty Boies, candidate
for assessor, F. A. Jackson, candi
date "for probate judge, and a few
others, were. here.
Senator Hodees. Democratic
candidate for governor of Kansas,
spoke in this city last Wednes
day afternoon. The meeting was
held in the Haskdtt building, and
although it is a bier one. it wa
none too big, and every available
mare was occupied. U he county
candidates were present, and all
made short talks. The meeting
was presided over by Dr. J. P
Hendrickson, county chairman,
and after the little fellows had
talked, Mr. Hodges was introduc
ed, and for about 'an hour he
poured logic and figures into his
listeners' ears, and made an im
pression that is going to make
him a big vote in this city on
election day. A great many,
people were in from the country
to hear him. The meeting was
a big one, considering, the fact
that it was held in the afternoon,
and in the middle of the week.
Mr. Hodges carried, Baxter
Springs two years ago by 27
votes. This year his majority
-r,11 wirli wr nearlr UD to the
century mark. Scores of Reput
licans are going to rote for hita.
Saturday, October 12, is the Day
Baxter Springs Will be Fill-
A tn 4fi Pirn
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the big A. H. T. A. doings in
Baxter Springs, and it you are
not here you will miss a big time,
and a lot of wholesome enjoy
ment. There will be a lot of
contests of different kinds, and
there will be speech making,
parades, etc There will be a
big basket dinner in the p?rk,
and to top it all off, there is go
ing to be a lot of good fellowship
on hand everywhere in town. ,
The Anti Horse Thief Associ
ation is one of the most import
ant orders in the country. It not
only promotes good fellowship
and' brotherly love among its
members, but it is a power for
good, and law and order. In
counties where there are lots of
Antis, crime is scarce, and prop
erty is well protected. Crooks,
as a rule, give a community which
has a local a wide berth, and the
word is passed on to other crooks
to steer clear. '
Regular meetings are held by
the different locals, and views are
exchanged. If a suspicious cuss
moves into a neighborhood he is
investigated without knowing it,
and if he commits any overt act,
he is aoorehended by the Antis,
or at any rate, they lend their
assistance, and the local officers
are greatly assisted thereby.
The Antis are entitled to the
assistance of every good citizen,
and if you are not a member, you
should ioin. thereby snowing
that you are in favor of law and
order, and against crime and
The big doings in this city next
Saturday, Oct. 12, will be. pro
ductive i)f manycqsisitioM -to
the membership of tne Antis, ana
will redound for good in a great
manv wavs. Be on hand. Come
earlv. and snend the whole day.
You will be well repaid, and you
will thoroughly enjoy the entire
day. Don't forget the day and
Prizes for the Antis
The Hood Implement Co. offers
the following prizes for A. H. T. i
A. Day, Saturday, Oct. 12: I
Dining room heating stove
(coal) worth $650, for the Anti
with youngest baby.
Wonder washing macmne,
worth $8, for tbeUghtest weight
wife of an Anti. Husband must
Pair best leather halters, your
choice of our stock, worth $3.70,
for the heaviest draft team,
owned by anybody.
Brady to Speak.
F. M. Brady and Phil Camp
bell, both candidates for con
gress from this district, will de
liver A. H. T. A. speeches here
next Saturday. Neither will
touch on politics while speaking,
but both will mix with the peo
ple during the day.
Hang Out Flags.
Wednesday, Oct. 16, the Third
District Convention of the W. R.
C, Department of Kansas, will
hold a session here on that day.
It will be a big day, and you
should show your patriotism.
Mrs. Chas. English and son,
Harold, of Blackwell, Okla. are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. En
glish in this city.
We are pleased to say that Se
ward county was represented at
the Hutchinson Fair by two oJ
our school boys Hiram Jarrett
of Dist. No. 27 Superior and
John Thompson Dist. 7 Ante
lope. Hiram Jarrett won first
prize for Seward county on red
kaffir corn and John eighth prize
on Indian corn. We congratulate
the boys. Liberal Democrat
Hiram Jarrett usedto live in
this vicinity. He is a grandson
of M. F, Jarrett of this city.
The season for kodaking is now here.
We have a full and complete stock of everything
made by the Eastman Kodak Co.
Come in and let us
lake and make pictures.
We will sell yon an outfit on very easy payments.
J. U. GRANTHAM.
ftV Pianos, Organs, Kodaks, Phonographs.
' The Baxter
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Kead the above advice SUV FX TIMES,
RIGHT XOW, . '
Do YOUR banking with US.
1 he Baxter State Bank.
Sickhedtche ia caused by a
disordered stomach. Take Cham
berlain's Tablets and correct that
and the headaches will disappear.
For sale by All Dealers,
show yon how' easy it is to
Wheat is coming up nicely,
and if cold weather-does not be
gin too quickly it will make a
good growth, and get in condi
tion to stand cold weather.
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