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Baxter Springs Daily Enterprise from Baxter Springs, Kansas • 1

Baxter Springs Daily Enterprise from Baxter Springs, Kansas • 1

Baxter Springs, Kansas
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I f7 Mi baxtr Springs, Kansas, tui36day, VSV0L. 1. NO. 4. Price 5 cents.

We are now in pur ill Will Sell You Any Heating Stove Party at Hotel Baxter Airs. H. A. wife qf the Prop, of the Hotel, Baxter and Grandmother ofMiss Josephine Wolfe, gave a card party for Miss Wolfe at the Hotel Baxter Satur day night, which proved a delightful affair for all present, Progressive VvlMst, 'was thj order" of the- tveninjr ret -Rome pretty prists given. Swancy Snilth pvovt'd forlu-nate yVnm' iady io rc-ooivo the New Locatioij First Door Vorth pf the Baxter JSIational Bank.

Call and pe Us. J. W. Qranthamv SAFE, CONSElRyATIVE! I Tn the house fo it.s HI UltW fl En Cost E. M.

Michener. girl's prize aad Arthur McAboy the boy's. Guy Ellis received the Booby prize. TJjose present were: mi'i Atty. Fred R.

Risley of Joplin is here on legal 1 ORROSnU POST OFFICE Moving Pict ure Show Capital Paid in Full. Your Business Sojfcjted. Dr. ii. U.

Wear returned Illinois 'last night where he at-) tended the funeral of his Miss Audrey Smith, Swaney Smith Dulce Long Hilda McAboy Mabel Rummel Mildred Ellis Mabel McClure Hazel Goodwin; Josephine Wolfg Mr. James Smith Guy Ellis Arthur McAboy Harry Goodwin Who died at llie age of 88. His father whose age" also is 88 is iseriously ill. Had Mrs. A Mother Worries.

Mrs. Eva Easley, a widow lady residing" in the west part of tov ear lived until March 5 next they a quid haye beyn married B9 years. Fisher and wife of Abe- After the young p.wople had was greatly worried last evening when her son Earl failed to appear at the usual supper hour, tired of Tii'hist a beautiful and tempting mncneon was served and as the evening wore on an4 which was thoroughly enjoyed by all. All present voted Mrs he was stjll missiiig, the mothei; could stand it no longer? So she went the home of G. W.

Gil When in Baxter Springs 4q not faij to visit the Majestic Moving Picture Show, tadie and children are especially in yited to come, as our pictures arg in Smith and Miss Wolfe charming entertainers and went homy thouroughly happy. The Revival Jij spite of the strenuous day and late hours of Sunday, a large congregation was present last line Texas are the guest of J. -VY. Cook, Baxter Lodge No. 236 1.

0.O. F. 'have received a new and elegant paraphernalia and are doing con- siderab'le work at present. I I. N.

Lynch of Columbus, brotherrin-law of Mr, Cook the I groceijyman, has traded his farm 'to A. E. fcitice pf Cabool, Mo. for i a stock, 'of general merchandise. Mr.

Lynch left for Cabool Suir- I day to take charge and invoice I stook. Keneth Dixson yf Miami was guest of Roy Miss Edna Labadie and Covey were the guests of 'Galena friends Sunday, structiye as well as amusing. night. 'The interest was good. Five persons confessed the Lord Jesus Christ as their Savior.

At the close of the service, meet ingof the christian men was held, We cater to orderly people only, and Striye to please all of our patrons at which' it was decided to ex tend an invitation to the Federated Brotherhood of Columbus to attend in a body: E. B. Morgan Ex County Atty. left for Columbus and Weir City Less Sanders of Galena was transacting business with" our and. told him her son had been missing ince noon and request-' ed that Mrs.

ill letter son hunt for Earl, to which she gladly as" sented. But Earl could no where, be found even a trace oi him was discovered. Mrs. Sast: ley then came down town and en; listed, the aid of the city officers, when some one suggested that they communicate with family and ee whether he had returned. (X when it ws learned that the boy.

had retured and had- just- got through telling how he, was play; ing in some cars pear the depot and they were i switched onto a train. Thinlqng they were switching and that he would get a little. t'ide? did noi ge off, Fin-ally the train pulled put, and wheq he discoyered the train was, leaving it was going and he was( afraid to attempt tq jump off, arid so le remained on the train until it peached Columbus, where he told his spry td, the ageut, who. returned hin freight prepaid tq Baxter. Club Meeting.

The AVPr CUD meets this after: noon at the home. of. Miss Grace Doty, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Mgrris Doty. The Clu membi ers are as.

Zella Wright merchants to-day. Morgan has been retained Mrs. Dan Miller of Blue Mound in the Prosecution as Chief sel of Clerk Buttler of Weir City is a visitor in our city to-day. T. J.

Clinkinbeard is paying Our price of admission is withfn the reach of all There appears to be an petty thieving in Baxter at present, ytyich is worring Marsh- his parents a short visit; J. F. Brown, our popular Tail all Horton not a little. Hardly a or, accompanied by his wife made day passes but some one of our citizens make a complaint to him, 5c Admission a business trip to Lincolnville yesterday. and the party or parties had bet ter go a little slow else they av11 J.

Cooper was a visitor in have our marshall wratl upon Joplin yesterday. them. Last week a son of R. 0. R.

McGregor is in Miami on Thomas who attends the public a business tri.p Insurance tnat Insures school here lost some wearing apperal, which no trace has been found, find Sunday Postmaster Farm Loans at 6 1-2 per c't A. V. Smith. Bartlet sufferod the loss of two pair of rubber boots, one pair hisrh toD boots and a' pair of Roy Labadie was at Lincoln Grace Perkins, Grace Doty Anna Webb ville on business this afternoon skates. Entire change of Pictures on Monday, Wednesday and Friday each week pood Music and Singing at each Grand Sale of Shoes; F.

PIERCE, The Shoe Man, Carrje Plu in Belle Rucker Nellie Apple This. Club meets ever-y Tues day and their meetings are ah ways thoroughly enjoyed by eaclj and every member. Beginning to-day. will offer rare bargains in the way of Shoes, Here are some of them. Girls' and Misse's Shoes, sizes from 12 1-2 to 2 1-2, former price $1.25, pow 75 cents the pair.

Men's $2.00 Shoes going at Men's $2.75 Shoes going at $1.75 Men's BueKle and Plow Shoes, former) $2.00 now $1.50. Oiven Another Also a few pair of No. 1 Girls' $2.00 Shoes for $1.50, Chance Joe Jenkins, thg negro who. For a bargain in Shoes call and see what I am Offering, F.PIERCE. was captured here for breaking Show begins promptly at 7 olock p.

nii The public is cordially invited his parole was given another chance to be good, by parole offi-. Corn CORN Corn We will have one car of good ear corn on track Tuesday and Wednesday, January 26 and 27. Shovel it out at 65c. Baxter Mill Elevator Cc. C.

A. Ferris cer Crawford pf Hutchinson who came here for him yesterday, upon his promise to lead a better life and go to work. We understand that Jenkins has obtained employment in Galena and is now there. The house on South Mititary Street which was occupied Fred Cilmore and fatm); which was I more will remove to same when ready for occupancy. A.

L. REHMi Manager; First Class Blacksmithing, Wagon Carriage work of all kinds. I aBaf3SBawgarrT Fine Horse Shoeing a Specialty. All work Guaranteed Opposite Campbell's Drug Store..

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