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Soap floats. Everybody who uses it values this quality next to Ivory's mildness and purity. In the bathtub it means not only convenience but freedom from possible injury to have the soap always at hand and in sight instead of at the bottom of the tub where it may pe stepped on. And in toilet or laundry use the floating cake is a crreat economy because it reminds one i to tike it from the water instead of fl sinking out of sipht and mind to waste w5 CALHOUN SCHOOL of MUSIC Baxter Springs Branch Conducted by Ruth Barnes, Pianist Teacher of Piano and Harmony C.W.YARD GROCERIES Get tbe Habit. Pdy for what you get Cat what you pay for. Going East or to the Northeast? If you're planning a trip East or Northeast, go by way of St Louis and enjoy Frisco Lines' service and the scenic ride over the Ozarks. Frisco trains are up-to-the-min-nte in equipment and Fred Har vey serves superfine meals in the Frisco dining cars. Youll find Frisco tracks in splendid condition. .For full particulars of Frisco service ! SEE THE FRISCO AGENT A. HILTON Passenger Traffic Manager St Louis, Mo. J. SPAULDING, M. D. Office over Michener's store. Off. phone 96. Res. 28. DR. R. C WEAR Office over Oppennan's. Off. phone 172. Res. 14. faraTloans and insurance PHONE 271. JACK SPRATT, STATE DANK DUILDINO ' City Dray Line . ED. COVEY, Proprietor Freight, Household Goods and ar ticks ot aU kinds hauled at reas onable rites rT is not alone die youngsters who arc triad tnat Ivorv away. IYORY SOAP FLOATS i Political Advertising. BOR SHERIFF. I am a capdidata for the Democratic nomination for abertff, and I reapectliill) solicit your support at the primariea. BOB FRAZIER. I am a candidate for tbe Republican nomination for abet iff, subject to tbe de cision of tbe Rtpablican at the priirary to be held August ith. Theo. Hatton. Clint Barrick of Sberidan township de sires to annopnee his candidacy for tbe nomination for sheriff subject to tbe Re publican vote at the August primary. For District Clerk. I am a candidate for the nomination for district clerk, subject to the action of the Republicans at tbe August priirary. Fred Simkin. For Commissioner. I am a candidate for the office of county commissioner from the Third district, subject to the action of tbe Republicans at the August primaries O. C. Rummel. We are authorized to announce the name of W, F. Penm c' of Lyon township, as a candidate for commissioner of the Third District of Cherokee County, sub ject to tbe will of tbe Democratic voters at tbe primaries Aug. i, 1916. I am a candidate for commissioner for the Third district, subject to the action oi the Democrats at the August primary. John W. Alsenz, Neutral, Kas. I hereby announce my candidacy for second term for commissioner from the 3rd district. J. G. Livingston. Register of Deeds. I hereby announce my candidacy for re nomination for ResiMer of Deeds, subject to the primaries. Minnie B. Murray. Announcement. J. C. Boyes of Lowell township desires ns to announce bis candidacy for commis sioner from tbe Third district, subject to the action of the Democrats at the August primary. Announcement J. N. Dodson of Weir City desires ns to announce that be is a candidate for county treasurer, subject to the decision of tbe Republicans at the August primary. Announcement I am a candidate for tbe nomination for county attorney subject to the decision of the Democrats at the August primary. Dkztbr Sapp. Announcement. Yielding to tbe solicitation of many Democrats in vsrious parts of the county, I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of County Attorney subject to tbe will of the Democracy of Cherokee County the August primary. R. E. Roseustein. For Commissioner. I am a candidate for the office of conn- 1 eammiasioner from tne 1 mra uisirm, subject to tbe action of the Republicans at tbe Anguat primaries, Ira l., f eraina. For Representative I hereby announce that I am a candidate for representative from the 23rd District subject to the Republicans. win "EKW We Have It. After so long a tim-,. we have been able to get colored card hoard, and hte it in stock. Thi News ia only a dollar per lear ill orth it too. a y. OCNCNAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CI7IE3 Baxter .Springs News. Published Every Thnrsday by ' , News Publishing Company. Entered at tbe postofflce at Bar r Spring, as Hecond clam mail natter. As the Editor Sees It. Evtrvbody expects the editor o ne wiry thing that occurs and o ri'P'Tt it a Dr ' it. Cut 'tow many of vou like to have? us ee things that do not fxini? How many of you like to nave us re-, p rt those things tnat snouia oe but are not? We would like, for instance, to tee that spirit ot unity ana oro- therly love among our business men that we speak of but seldom see. We would like to tell tbe good work they are doing for tbe com- munity as a whole, ot bow they are all pulling together with a common end in view, of how their united labors are producing the most gratifying results in tbe ad vancement of tbe commercial in terests of our community. We would like to, and we hope in time we may. for our business men are honorable, intelligent, energetic and persistent in their personal affairs, and only need a leader to make them equally so in tbe affairs of the municipality. We have hopes. Then sgain, we would be over joyed to see every man in thin whole community consider seri iously tbe8ubiectof better streets and improved country roads. We are a long ways from perfection or even from desirable conditions in either, and so long as we n main passive in our attitude and dumb with our words we will con tinue just as we are, certainly do better and in time possibly worse. Every intelligent man, and espec ially the farmers, knows the in estimable value of improved road conditions and what it means to our commercial success. We would Tike to see a great move ment on foot in which we might all j nn heart and soul. We would ike to see it, but we don't. Yes, we would even like to see more healthy respect for and observance of the Sabbath day in this town. We would like to see everv oerson. unrisuan ana sin ner, elbow to elbow, crowdiug in to our churches for tbe weekly mm 4 services, we wouia nice 10 see the farmer, and his wife, and bis sons and daughters, and his hired men driving into town every Sun- . . day to the services. We would like to see this, but sgain, alas, we don't. We even would welcome the sight of our regiment of young ads working in the gardens, and mowing tbe yards, and keeping things neat and clean around the premises in their idle hours. We would like to see more of them devising honorable schemes for earning a few pennies and start ing that tiny bank account. We would like to see them exhibit a Hpirit of thrift and energy and perseverance that would be even more than a credit to their par ents. True,-" we see these com mendable traits in many of our ads, but it is quite too often the case that we don't. We would like to see some kind of general entertainment provided or our people during the summer months. It might be a concert. or a debate, or almost any kind of a public gathering where tbe people can come together and visit and chat for an hour or two each week and get better ac quainted. We would like, but again we don't We would like to see every . ... - - M. . borne in mis community a iuir scriber to this paper, where every person can read of the vital in terests of the community and its Slip a few Prince Albert smokes into smoke your till A it proves out every hour of the day. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons ff prefer to give quality I There's sport smoking a pipe or rolling: your own, but you know that you've got to have the right tobacco 1 We tell you Prince Albert will bang the doors wide open for you to come in on a good time firing up every little so often, without a regret! YouH w i ia nun Liufn i tiTTi 1 1 1 1 i l 1 1 1 iii i ii 'jwn fi ' a .hiiikiiv u-wi' i at AH II II 1 I . iVAnrr.uC.Tvif:eiUVI.Vl people. We would like to see every important item of news promptly phoned or mailed or told tou, that we may pass it along. We see much of this, it is true, but there N yet much that we should see and have, but do not. Restored to Good Health. "I was sick for four years with stomach trouble," writes Mrs Otto Gan, Zioesville, Ohio. "I lost weight and felt so weak that I almost gave up hope of being cured. A friend told me about Chamberlain's Tablets and since using two bottles of them I hsve been a well woman." Obtainable everywhere; Shake Up Your Brains. Shake up your brains, brother, shake them up lively. Somewhere in the dark recesses of your cra nium is an idea that would be of great value, to your home com munity. Let the idea out and pass it along fo,r examination and dissec tion and for possible use for the betterment of our people. Any man of normal intelligence is full of good ideas, but few people care to exploit them before tbe public. And yet Jbe exploitation of ideas is just what we need for the improvement of local conditions. Step forward and tell us what you know and what you think. Much of it may not be utilized, but there may yet appear the one great opportunity for which this community is waiting. Do it now and your action may spur ryour neighbors to such an extent that we may eventually get some where and do something. Bilious Attacks. When you have a bilious attack vour liver fails to perform its functions. You become constip ated. The food you eat ferments in your stomach instead of digest' ing. This inflames the stomscb and causes nausea, vomiting and a terrible headache. Take Cham berlain's Tablets. They will tone up your liver, clean out your stomach and you will soon be as ell as ever. Tbey only cost a quarter. Obtainable cverywnere. Young Man, Who Are You? Are youanowa by your own vout system! You've heard many an earful about the patented process that cuts out bite and parch and lets you without a comeback! Stake your bank roll that or premiums. We the feel has been wasted and back up for a fresh start You swing on this say-so like it was a tip to a thousand-dollar bill ! It's worth that in happi ness and contentment gotten jimmy K. J. ItTMOlAS TOBACCO CO. READ THIS! Our goods are the very best money can buy and we guarantee them to give satisfaction. SEE US FIRST. Jaqueth & Gilman Baxter Springs, Rural Phone 22. name, or are you known merely as your father's son? Are you known by your own good qualities and by your own acts, or are you remembered sim ply because you bear the name of better people who conceived you and brought you into this world? Tbe young man who can look his elder straight in the eye and say "I am James Martin" already has opportunity at his feet, but tbe fellow who can say nothing better than that "be is Robert Martin's son" will still be groping in tbe darkness of the future after opportunity has vanished in the distance. Be something, do some thing:, create a personality of your own, and the world will know you and respect you for what you are and not for what your parents were before you. But continue content as "an other man's son" and you will be accorded the repect and privilege s only of 'another man's son," and when death overtakes you your home paper will speak charitably of you as "another man's son." Greatly Benefited by Cham berlain Liniment. "I have used Chamberlain's Liniment for sprains, bruises and rheumatic pains, and tbe great benefit I have received justifies my recommending it in the high est terms," writes Mrs. Floreoce S'.ife, Wabash, Ind "If you are troubled with rheumatic pains Prince Albert national joy smoke like your smoke past win be sorry you cannot to you, to every man who knows what can be out of a chummy pipe or a makin's cigarette with Prince Albert for "packing"! TH . Albarttidr rad tin. an la fact, avarr Films Albart packasa, has raal numf-tr aaltaravaraaatda. TmI raad: "Pcocaaa P.laataa July loth. 1907." That naas that tha Unitad atalaOawa mant ha f rantad a patant as tba proc.i by which Prinea Albaft to And br wlucn raiuaa M aaaT fftraaf pare ara oaf amtl Bvarp. wrhar tobacco taaald roan M Prinea Albert awaltinfi T in toppy raa oast, sa; nay d una, las; hanainis pound and haUpaand tin humidors and la that alaver errata, f laaa bamldor. wrta too. that ki tobaeee ta aJwarel you will certainly be pleased with tbe prompt relief which Chamber lain's Liniment affords." Ob tainable everywhere. Cent a Word. The cent a word advertising, which you can get in the News, is very effective. If yon have a cow to sell, or a hog, or a horse, or anything else, or if you want to buy something; - just use a short local in this paper. The price is a cent a word. Can you beat it? ... Notice to Speeders. Speeders are hereby notified that if tbey drive faster than 12 miles an hour inside the city lim its will be prosecuted to the ful lest extent of tbe law. Henry Horton, Marshal. 19 For Sale A 15-acre fifteen per cent lease. Three shafts in good ore, and the land has been drilled. All tbe drill boles show good ore. Call at this office. Country Home For Sale. 10 acres, on State line, south of Baxter, 7 rooms and pantry, five rooms down stairs and two rood upstairs, good barn, granary, gsr ge, good drilled well, concrete cellar, some fruit. This cSce. We tre still cutting meat for the poor same ss the rich at the Sanitary Meat Market " Pri ces the lowest, meats the best, VL F. Powers.