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"r. and Mrs, W. D. IHnrtlck who ' ive k4n vlnitinir the Weatern states returned home Sat morning. After i '.tending the G. A. K. encampment tt Portland, Oregon, Mr. and Mn. rinnlck visited In California. A new tricycle upon which child etand to ride la-propelled by a tread jnill that operate gearing. a-a-aa-a-aMBaBaaBJ- a-aaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaBBWBaw F..E. Bush and family, who have been living on E. Fourteenth street, shipped their household goods Satur day to Skiatook, Okla., where they went the first of the week to make their future home. A self watering attachment features a new hanging basket for growing flowers. Mrs. Eliza Bailey, who lives on Baxter R. F. D. No. 2 was painfully bruised Fridny when the spring seat on the wagon in which she was riding, overturned throwing her to the ground. The accident occurred near Miami. You only need Sanol Eczema Cure to get rid of those Black Heads, Pim ples, rought bumpy skin. Leaves skin mooth. Cures any case of Eczema. J pleasant to use. A trial will coh ,y ince you. 50c and $1.00 at the drug store. For sale by Scott Drug Co. aBaBVB-aWa-BBea-a a-aaaa-a-aawa-M-a-a-a-aw-a-a-----, Charlie Carley, well known in Bax ter Springs, and Miss Reed were mar ried Friday in Carthage, Mo. Arley Shields resigned his position In the postoffice Saturday and will enter military service. 'Mrs. John Duckeet and little son, Edward, from Joplin, and Mrs. 0. R. Adams and little daughter from Zin cite, Mo., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Dutton and Mr. Dutton's mother. GOOD FOR BILIOUSNESS "Two years ago I suffered from fre quent attacks of stomach trouble and biliousness. Seeing Chamberlains Tablets advertised I concluded to try them. I Improved rapidly." Miss Emma Verbryke, Lima, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Shelton motored over from Independence, Kan., Friday veiling to spend the week end with Mr. Shelton'a mother, Mrs. E. Cooke. (Preston wells irom uranDy, mo., is visiting relatives this week in Baxter Springs. -. -aBBBBBB-aaBj-aa aaa-B-aaBB-BBB-aBa-ama-amma Mr. and Mrs. W.'c. Jolley have gone to Treece, Kas., where they will make their home. 7 . v r . Little Miss Maurine Harlan of Pich er, Okla., is spending the week end with her aunt, Mrs. Wallie Covey. Mr. and Mrs. John Lankin from Joplin, are visiting Walter Sullivan this week. The State Guards spent a moBt de lightful evening at Treece, Kas., Fri day night nr;.p rivaa Dn Jnrnefcta of Webb uuo . " City, was in this city on business Fri day. The Baxter School was in the lead Sat morning in the piano contest at the Leader Merc Co. PawiWmI nuttv has been invented tv.f ran he colored as desired and !..,) ,;Vi n-nfor wVipn it is to be fMAA "I" " mill which can be -f.Mj n Vitchen table has been A UBI1U vyuuyvM "w . . i.j irriATo nil kinds 01 XAVCI1VCU B...-.-o grain into meaL M. HenriettaTDawson left Friday morning for Independence, Ks., where -M-n uni tha winter with her HUB "I""- , ,, brother, Robt Bolick and family. n,.. V. Polster. one of the buyers for the Polster Bros. Dept Store, re- J Cof nnnlnir from St. iXmlS IIUUCV a where he has been since Monday. Do you get up at night? Sanol is nrely the best for all kidney or I Udder troubles. Sanol glvea relief i 24 hours from all backache and t ladder troubles. Sanol is a guaran Ud nedy. 60c and $1.00 a botat the drag itore. For sale by Scott Drug Co. a aaBal,VHrawwawaaa Ralph Harpin, bookkeeper for the Etauffer-Cammack Milling Co, will leave the first of next month for Mi ami, where he has secured a position -with tha Miami Trust and Savings Tank. Mra. Cammack wfll fill the po s -ion as bookkeeper at the null. The use of the metric system m ' ice of former weights and measures s been made compulsory in-Den- irk. TIalf dozen bricks instead of twe, ; cuaL are gripped by a wall tie in- IN BRIEF Mrt. Blanch Mayerhoff of Com morce, wu the week end guest of Mn. Dora Hodges, last week. Fern Davis, living In the east part of town, is recovering from a siege of typhoid fever. W. F. Coombs, who had his left arm broken when his team ran away a couple of weeks ago, is rapidly im proving. Mr. and Mrs. Will Buriff entertain ed Miss Bertha Rogers at dinner Sun day. When you hava backache the liver or kidneys are sura to be out of gear. Try Sanol, it does wonders for the liver, kidneys and bladder. A trial 50c bottle will convince you. Gat it at the drug store. For sale by Scott Drug Co. H .aa, . 'aaa-aaaa--. -a-aa-ai aaa-aBaB Mrs. Richard Hodges, assisted by Florence Enrieht and Audrey Hodges, entertained a bunch of little folks Sat urday afternoon in honor of the Sev enth birthday anniversary of Inda Ila Hodges. Cocoa, cake and candy were served. Those present were: Thelma Vowell, Elizabeth Stallsmith, Mabel Flock, Alberta and Francis Wyatt, Bessie Trammel, Mildred Kitch, Retha Robinson, Florence Enright, Lennle Kitch, Audrey Hodges, Carl Dean, Lyndon Hodges, Leota Hodges and Inda Ila Hodges. DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN For diarrhoea in children one year old or older you will find nothing bet- fts. Phamrutrlnin'a Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, followed by a dose of castor oil. it should oe Kepi at unnatural looseness of the bowels ap pear. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Johns came in Sunday from Colorado whither they went about a month ago for rest and recuperation. Mrs. John's health was considerably improved by the trip. Mr. Scoutt, a mining man who lives at the Empire hotel, was called Sun day to Kearney, Neb., his former home, by a message advising him of the death of his mother. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Campbell mot ored to Edna, Kas., Monday. FOR A WEAK STOMACH The treat relief afforded by Cham berlain's Tablets in a multitude of ..... Via. fiillw nmvm thn OTPftf value IWKD luu ... j m - of this preparation for a weak stom- acn ana impairoa aigcsuqn. iu uhj cases tnts reuei nas cecoiue poim ent and the sufferers have been com pletely restored to health. R. R. Brader, of Muskogee, Okla., transacted business in this city the latter part of last week. Miss Kathleen Covey was the guest of relatives In Picher Sunday. Miss Ruth Imes of Webb City, visiting in this city Monday. Lee Witzanski and Clovis France of Webb City visited friends In Baxter Springs Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan O'Connell and rhlldren. Mr. and Mrs. H. Pernill, Mr. anil Mm. John Swanwick and Miss RArtha Summers motored over from nwoffa. Kas.. Sunday morning and were all day guests or Mr. ana Mrs H. H. McGuire. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Sarchet, Miss Verna Canaday and Mr. Gleese motor ed to Neosho, Mo., Sunday. rm i UDVDI A IV'Q m.:. t. n1v una nf the best and XlUm ia ii vv wu vw AF aIah nA1li.nisi far eouiriLf. colds, croup and whooping cough, but is also pleasant totaxe, wnicn is im portant when a medicine must be glv a a vnnnir rhilHren. Chamberlain S Contrh Remedv has been in use for many years ana nas met wiin mucn fpvnv mharmvmr Ita 0-nod OUalitieS have become known. Many mothers have given it their unqalified endorsement. Wm. Scruby, ChilKcothe, Mo., writes, "I have raised three children, have al ways used Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy and found it to be the best for coughs, colds and croup. It is pleas ant tn talra. Both adult and children like it My wife and I have always felt safe from croup with it in the honae." Chamberlain's Coutrh Rem edy contains no opium or other nar cotic. Miss Mildred Crave scent Sunday in Joplin the guest of her grandmoth er. - a a Mrs. Bertha Demosey and Miss Lela Howard had as their, guests Sunday Howard had as their, guests Sunday Miss Hattie Skaggs of Joplin, and Mr. . v tt j 1 M n ana Mrs. w. r. nowmra ana miuij m. . oruuscuy. 1 ne aisernoon was spew in motoring through the mining dis- tricts. Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Troyer and family of Quaker Valley were Sunday or wuaicer v alley were eunoay of Mr. and Mrs. Varlin Hod - goests son on EtL Cttarrh Ct¬ D Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS. Ihoy cannot reach the eeet of lit ulaoa mm. Catarrh Is a local iIImh, areatly In fluenced by conetltutlonal condltlona, and in oroar to aura 11 m mui - Internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Wadl- . ... l . 1 1 ..J ..la ,Km1 cine w ua inmwur - tna blood on tha mucoua surfacta of Ilia jratero. liana waiarrn aiauiciiw wm praocrlbad bf one o( tha bast phralolans l .hi. MirntM trt VMM It U Km poaad of soma of the bast tonics known, oomblnad with soma Of tha bael blood rurinar. Tlia parract comoinaiion i Ita InaTadlanta fnl HaU'S Catarrh Madl- .i . i. mk imuliifw. atih wottAarful raaults In catarrhal conditions Mad for taatlraoniai. rraa. , r. I. chenet co., Prop ToU&o, a All DruKtlats, wc. Hall's FamUf Pills for constipation. -i- Ira Perkins and dauirhter, Miss Ruth Perkins, visited relatives in this city Sunday. -:- Ed Atkison and family of Scammon, jas., were Sunday 'guests of Mrs. S. E. Stallsmith. Mr. and Mrs. John Lampkln and daughter, Miss Clara Mae, of Joplin, visited relatives in this city Sunday. Mrs. Sam Simmons of Galena, was the guest of Baxter friends Monday. -:- Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kuhn returned Sunday from Glenwood, Colo., where they spent the past two months en joying the coolness and freshness of the mountain air while folks back home were sweltering in the heat J. C. Stephens and family visited in Joplin Monday. A. P. Wells and family spent Sun day with friends in Granby, Mo. W. D. Hunt of Joplin, is here vis iting his daughter, Mrs Walter Sulli van. Max Hunton was a Joplin visitor Monday. J. N. Jackson was a business visitor from Joplin Saturday. Truman Garretson resigned his po sition in the post office last week to loin the Marines. A too which rises into the air and flies as it spins has been patented by Chicago inventor. rtr and Mm. A. H. Roffers motored waa w-m - ' aw I over from Joplin Sunday morning i and attended services at the Presby A 4.1. . 1 I terian church. They were dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. John Garret son. Mrs. E. M. Richardson has as her guests her mother, Mrs. A. C. Miller, and sisters, Miss" Helen and Miss Ruth Miller, who arrived Saturday from New Castle, Wyo. The trip was made in their automobile. Miss Rosalee Adkins, of Picher, Okla., has enrolled for a course of study in the Mineral Belt Business College. Spencer B. Apple of Kansas City, Mo., was a week end vfieitor in Bax ter Springs. Mrs. C. F. Polster returned Sun day morning from Fulton, Kas., where she has been visiting her brother. Lawrence Burkhart of Kansas City, the guest of Wm. Brugger and family. P A. Clarks was here from Joplin Monday looking after business inter ests. Touard Smith left Mon. for Wich ita where he intends to enlist in the merchant marine service. THREE TEACHERS RESIGN Three of the teachers of Cherokee Aimv have resiimed leaving vacan cies to be filled. Miss Frances High land who teaches at Melrose and Miss Ethel Robinson who teaches at Stlpp iiu will leave Thursday to accept government positions at Washington. James Whitehead who teaches the M.lrv achool. District NO. 7U, Will ntr the Government iraimng School at Pittsburg. Miller's Antiseptic OIL Known as nowa u 51 WIO Will Pnaitlvclv Relieve Pain In Few Minnie in, u ;vf aw tnr Rhenmatlsm, Neuralgia, Lumbago, sore, stiff and n (., naina In tha head, baca wvucu jviuwi - . l it l .mm hnnfnna. etc ATWT one amplication pain usually disap- pears as u oy magic . a Mmuiif nad internally and - - . . . - exteraaliy for Coughs, Colds, Croup, Sore Throat ulpuena ana jonsmua. 1- rcy known. Its prompt Ln.4 immediate effect in relieving pain 1 . 1 a. it.., 14 na rmMm tA This oil is conceaea w oe u u ubb w u net w Itk. mfrmMmA nrt at on pa. As an II- ySoi ten drops on the piece of sole leather and it mill CIICWwW MAaay avaww aw aaa.tj- mrtA thwin wi In tliTwa mlnntAB- Accept no fUDSUEure. io p AC As aXt 1 lTmtA golden red color oruy. ewt iw L Get tt at Ja4"Ci Dn Cs, Baxter : WILL ilAVE TO STICK The War Department's announcV meat recently concerning the admit tance of civilians to officer' traanlnt camps stated that civilians in Class 1-A, admitted with a view to obtain ing commissions at the close of the prescribed course would, upon en trance, be Inducted into military ser vice for the duration of the war, and thai thoaa failliur to obtain commis sions would be required to remain in service. -Ur DEMOCRACY By J. M. Smither Locked In battle, deadly battle, Men are caught today. Paying life Itself for thinking In opposing way. Prussianlsm kultur bearing Gainst Democracy. And the fittest thought surviving All the world to pay. Prussianlsm propagating Law of brutish force Holding that la might essential Ris-ht is riven source. Thus it worships at the altar Of brute force and hate. And at vileneet doth not falter Earth to aggravate. But diviner is the culture of Democracy, It decries the German kultur, For ita deviltry. It prescribes the law of justice Born of liberty, Human rights it advocateth, All the world to free. Rights of others, as if brothers It doth recognize. Bond fraternal and eternal It doth emphasize. Love it teaches, and impeaches Hate and hellish spite, Right compelling wrong dispelling, Holding freedom's light Democracy is a religion Yielding brotherhood, High religion, true religion, Risrhtly understood. It employs the ancient saying That "Thou shalt not lie," And the further code obeying As "Thou shalt not steal," A religion high ascending Lauds the golden rule, But the rule of gold condemning, As the grafter's tool, dTKa WUV iwtv av -J jhts of others advocating a. A. Treatinc with respect Common weal promoting, spreading. Wholesome in effect Never pulling high-ups downward. Always boosting Right, And the fallen lifting upward By straight moral might. War on special privileges, Wazing evermore, Equal rights to all indulges, Peace to hold in store. Human rights it higher prizes Than of property. Selfish greed it ostracises - With vast energy. It the right to laud and worship, The Ahniehty God, By the free and prompting conscience. Doth to all accord, Whether Jew or mongrel gentile, Or of creedless creed. All are free to vote and foster, Governmental need. And upon the earth to shelter, Reaping gains of toil, To combat the wrongs existing, In earth's stress and moil. And it holds that laws enacted, ShtaM all be enforced, And should never be evaded Or from truth divorced. More of service it begeftteth, Leaa of selfishness, Maketh fit the wit of nations, For progressiveness. Tis "of the people, by the people, For the people" bam in Democracy, Democracy, The Soul of uncle Bam. (First published in Baxter Springs Jews, Sept 20, 1918.) ... ...nminn nrtTTTJT DTW1PT11 J. M 1W juaiior. yK"rZZAv Vww OF BAXTER SPRINGS, CHERO KEE COUNTY, KANSAS. A. F. McElhenle, J. Underwood, u. L. Wheat 4 A. J. McElhenle part ners unaer vuo uu uu w -r-- Coal A Material Company Plalnun H. L. Chawning . Defendant Publication in 01 ice COUNTY OF CHEROKEE, ss. v V.-ohv nnttfljul that V0U n i. 1 .j 1 1 . were sued in the above iiamed Court by the above namea nainuna wu j .a 1018 a an vormt fo coal sold and delivered by Plaintiffs to . Defendant and that (UUUalUI-wf " a" ' . J Xa.Ar-eV an4 ACL TAdMSi BtTlTlTlfn 170111 TM.IWTai ai atr TAf TtininilfflM. IOf eVMa tha flnat day of June. 1918. And that certain proaengr weiwua"1 i -r-z i.i v JAm atfu-hmmit iasnea . . TJ-. ... 1.-1.1 vm VII au.cn "J - , - , m aaia cau vu j j., tember. 1818, and that said easewxll be heard teiore aoove ww Peace en th 29th day el October, 'aa V -alu mW A Dated ai Baxter Springs, Kansas, this 20th cy 01 eepiemoer, Tt xiajner springs wm m, Vzrim fViTn nan V." ;. :- By Thilr Attorneys. UtNeill 4k t.sie. , Attest: iJ.M.Eiiffliah, . ' Justice of tit FeicA. -i cr ill 1 j AlwayoWelcome lh "Yoa ltttla nacal-plared alone tha way. didn't your If (M 1 Ktpt snutdma waitinc 1 Oh welt It's aU right. Becauaa 11 I III ill : , CALUHET p " DAKiriQ POWDER . Ib alwayt ritbt It's worth wahfa for. Always wel. I f I coma. Never shirk lt work. New ftila. Nertr I; WMtca minutea or matUl and I know It'i para and j III ; : wholeaom. aa Calumet contalna only such Ingredient! I I I , i aa bare been approved officially by theU. S. Food I Authorities." II ff.i IYmmmmlmm ley -m saM.wkM jwsmA 4Hm j j HIGHEST fW ,jj BOOZE PEDDLERS FINED 1100 AND THE TRIMMINS They WiU Also Serve a Term In the County Jail Two of the men arrested by Con stable Turner Wednesday on a charge of bootlegging had their trial before Justice J. M. English Saturday morn ing. Noah Johnson entered a plea of e-tiirtv and was fined $100 and costs and sentenced to thirty days in Jail. He was unable to pay either fine or casta but the narties who owned the car in which the booze was found will pay the costs in the case in order to get possession of the car. Ceo. Dinkums elected to fight his ease but the evidence convinced the Judge that the prisoner wu guilty and gave him the same sentence as Johnson received, won we aaaiuon 01 three or four dollars added to the costs. The men were taken to Columbus this afternoon to serve their sentences. GOVERNMENT ASKS FOR FARMHANDS Tha IamI federal labor represent ative at the Chamber of Commerce today received notification that 15 fmrmhands, single, are wanted at Dodge City, Kan., wages sw. o w per month and keep. The government is also in urgent ma Af RIM laborers at Scott Bluffs, Nebraska, for workers in the sugar beet and potato fields; wages som aay hoard and room: teamsters $100 per month, board and room. The government also announces that the Sinclair Oil Company needs 60 common laborers on war pipo u near Caney, Kan. Wages are M a day, an 8-hour day. Meals 0 cents, free sleeping quarters. Any persons, desiring to take ad vantage of any of the above work, should apply at the Chamber of Com merce. Men must pay their fares to aU tha above points. ... HAS ENGINEER BLANKS ni'niiniVr of Commerce has re- iA fmtn thtr War Department the neeessary blanks for all kinds dvil engineers, consulting, etmstrncting, commercial, mechanical, electrical, ar chitects, mining engineers, ana w Also H'Ts for enrolling in the radio ssrviea. . Mrs. M. T. Nichols toisitaf friends b Ptnocs tsa Lsir, 1011 1 FOII STATE S Kansas to Voice Patriotism by New Constitutional Amendments " Kansas has the unique position at the November election of being the on ly state which will have a chance to voice its patriotism by adopting two constitutional amendments, according to the State Council of Defense. Board of Administration, says: The Former Governor E. W. Hoch, Stats schools through their product will be quite as important after the war as thev have nroved themselves to be in its successful prosecution, and to pro mote their greatest possible efficiency is as patriotic a duty as it is to lick the kaiser. I am echoing the senti ment of men like President Woodrow Wilson and all thoughtful men in pointing out the supreme importance of the people of this state adopting at the next election the constitutional amendment providing for the perman ent income for our state schools." The other constitutional amendment withholds the ballot from aliens who have) taken out only their first papers. The Council of Defense has appoint ed committees in every county to call attention to these two amendments and to ask for a "Yes" rote on No-, vember 5 th. FOR BELGIAN RELIEF WORK At a meeting of the executive com. mittee of the Baxter Red Cross aux Oiary recently Mrs. Paul Mason wu. elected to take charge of the cam palgn for cast off clothing for the a gians, which is to be carried out this week. Mrs. Todd Murdoch was chosen to take charge of the nurses' aid , work. QUEEN ESTHER DEEPENS SHAFT The Queen Esther Mining Company . Is operating the concentrating plant three to four shifts per week, obtain big ore dirt only from their farthest field abaft, lying directly north of the plant. The company has the mOl shaft which they are sinking lower and op ening up the ground, This win tn m the mm of plenty .of dirt tresst which to operate erxO fe'?T lti by a Scotchman.