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Reunion Daily News from Baxter Springs, Kansas • 4

Reunion Daily News from Baxter Springs, Kansas • 4

Baxter Springs, Kansas
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J. I OSBOHN, OAPLES, "OUR DRUGGIST" GALENA, KANSAS. BANKERS, COLUMBUS, KANSAS. Money Received on Deposit. Good Paper Discounted.

dealer in GENERAL MERCHANDISE BAXTER SPRINGS, KANSAS. Special attention given to the handling of Pure Drugs, Paints and Oils, Wall Paper, At any Price. CAPLES, "OUR DRUGGIST" Country Prota ana Gran A New Line of Dry Goods Just Received. HENRY 0HLEN supplies you with FRESH BREAD, FAT PIES, Fine Cakes, Cool Drinks, at the lowest rates. Leave your lap robe and whip at the check stand.

Don't, fail to register as soon as you get in camp. Notice the schedule of trains printed on the first page. The fakers have all been barred out, and they hate it too. Read the directory cards and get acquainted with the camp. Col.

Roper of Uhetopa is again here, in fact who isn't here? Leave your baggage at the check standnear amphitheater. The southwest corner of the camp has been dubbed Hartley's half acre. Liberal, and Liberty, are both represented by large delegations this year. As early as last Thursday the woods were full of teams come to attend the reunion. The Camp Logan dining hall opened up last Thursday aud has been pretty busy ever 6ince.

Sheriff C. D. Arnold quietly came into camp last evening and will make himself known if necessary. The large numbers already in attendance at the reunion shows what well managed advertising will do. The steam merry-go-round near the corner of River and Military streets is the finest one ever in this city.


SOUR has established a Branch Meat Market on the -r BAXTER SPRINGS MILLS, A. WILLARD, Prop, W. II. Ilornor objects to a or more teams breaking down Anything you want in camp. Where's Dad Wall? Don't all speak at once.

A tall flagstaff will be raised near headquarters today or tomorrow. The amphitheater is beautifully festooned and decorated. It is quite likely that fully 600 tents are stretched in Camp Logan. The Baxter band makes a fine appearance in its new red wagon. More tents have been brought in by visiting posts than at any former reunion.

Take a few shares of stock in the association aud keep the old ship a moving. Keep your chickens under lock and key or sell them to the lunch counter man. B. Ludlum, manager of the Baxter Springs Implement company, has a fine 5-year-old horse for sale. One of the small show tents at the southwest comer caught fire Sunday evening and was burned.

The amphitheater was chuck full at the first camp fire last night. What will we do when the crowd gets here? Charles French and Bob Stewart were arrested yesterday afternoon on a charge of selling intoxicating liquor. Don't remark any remarks" about the program for today. We'll try and give you a better one for tomorrow. Four members of the demi-monde society were arrested Sunday night and all pleaded guilty in police court yesterday.

We'll bet an old rusty sutler's check that standing room will be at a premium in Camp Logan before the week is over. The Baxter reunions are conceded by all to be the biggest and the best held in Kansas, and of course this moans in the west. When Blundell fired the morning salute from his 12 pound Napoleon yesterday at suurise the big reunion was fairly under way. Uncle Billy Unkiford, of Barton county, otherwise known as "Yellow Bush," interested a few of the old veterans in the amphitheater last night after the regular services were over. The bicycle races will begin in earnest toeay.

The track is in "fine shape and there are some celebrated wheelmen entered. The Joplin band will be here today to make music while the wheels flit through the air. There were two hundred more tents erected in camp lust night than we have had all told at any- former rounion. A shipment of 150 more weie received yesterday and there will be fully GOO in all, but still there are -not enough to supply the demand. We had intended giving the register report for each day in these col neunion ground near uie main entrance, northwest corner.

Principal market in the city. C. M. TINDALL, D. D.

Fine Flour, Meal and Feed. TONY EISENBACH, AGENT Brewery Joplin his growing forest trees in the field south of Camp Logan. Col. R. J.

Downing has been ap pointed city attorney and if the sports and things don't behave themselves he will do a land office business. Columbus post is here, notwithstanding the bad management of the big Inter State reunions as depicted by the Columbus Advocate. The editors of the Reunion Daily News feel exceedingly grateful for the liberal patronage given it by the ad vertisersof this and neighboringcities. Nearly every town and post is more largely represented this year than last and some fifteen posts have reported with good delegations that have never attended the Baxter reunions before. Alex.

Adams a colored man. of Baxter, appeared on the grounds last night about 12 o'clock in a state of intoxication and became involved in a. quarrel with a white man whose'name we have not learned. The result was Adams got his face badly mutilated DEXTTXST. TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAE Office one door west of Polster's Drug Store.

LONG-BELL LUMBER CO, dealers in Building Material Baxter Springs, Kansas, Solicit your patronage. Call on them. BAXTER LIVERY Joplin Export, Joplin Fresh, Pale Malt, ALSO JULIUS BISCHOFSBERGER, Proprietor. Retail Liquor Dealers. N.

ZENTNER, Prop'r, JOPLIN, MO. UO AND SEE Kane THE JEWELER BACON THE BARBER JL.2STJD OPTICIAU. IN GREGG'S DRUG STORE. F.BOTKIET, Livery and Feed Stable MISSOURI. When you go to Joplin put your horse in Botkin's stable.

Don't forget it. by a blow from a club. The dance platform will go. After making an ironclad agreement to conduct the thing on a respectable basis and keep all questionabie characters out, and finding that it could not be so conducted without continual and perhaps serious trouble, the proprietors last, night agreed to compromise the matter with the association and quit business. The matter will be attended to this morning by a committee appointed for that purpose.

Col. Weldy and family were here almost before anyone else wa up yesterday morning, and are nicely quartered. The Colonel's tent is floored with Brussels carpet, and in speaking of this modern luxury he called attention to the fact that scarcely half the time while be was in the regular service did ho have Brussels carpet on the floor of his tent. lie is fixed for business and can do about as much of it as any man of his size on the ground. umns, but find our space is too limited.

Up to 6 o'clock yertcrday almost 200 old soldiers had found the register clerk and put their names down, which is certainly a good record for the first day. Col. Tom Mcintosh is expected today. On account of a one-horse political gathering over in Missouri he could not come with his family yesterday. C.

W. Daniels found the crowd without fire wood and kindly split up a lot and otherwise assisted the women of the party yesterday evening. Opposite Cooper's Store. -GO TO- Opposite robtofllcc for Hardware, Tinware, Stoves and Cntlery, GASOLINE and OIL STOVES, TOUCHES, ETC. TIER no Grocerymaii always keeps fresh goods and sells at low prices.

Before you fill your orders go price his goods..

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