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NO. 2
J. W. BERRYM AN, President.
Zte Meade State an
Designated County Depository.
A General Banking Business Transacted. Cattle Loans a Specialty.
Every accommodation offered the business public consist-
ant with safe and conservative management.
National Bank of Commerce, Kansas City. National Bank of Commerce, Wichita, Ks.
Commercial Nat'l Bank. Independence, Ka. Fourth National Bank, Wichita, Ks.
Peoples' Bank, Pratt, Ks.' First National Bank, Hutchinson, Ks.
Look lip our responsibility and bring us your business.
P. H. GRAY, Prop.
'ie k l fc Fits,
Hot soups a
Get a dish of the Famous Mexican Chih
ft W, Sol
In fact we carry the largest and cleanest stock of goods to be found
in Southwest Kansas.
ill, ft. life M flii II.
Millinery Etc.
and inspect Mrs. Judd's assorted stock in the
above lines. Prices on all her goods as low
as any eastern house.
For Ranch Supplies
we carry a complate
FowIcp Kansas
Sells Groceries and Provisions,
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps.
Barb wire, Staples, and Nails, Lumber and Posts.
Canon City coal.
Farm and field seeds, Machinery of all kinds. Gen
uine Piedmont Blacksmith coal on hand at all times.
All parties desiring to make final
proof on their homesteads or tree
claims can have their publication
made in the News by calling at the
office and getting receipt for same.
We have been imformed by good
authority that we can publish this
class of notices.
' For Sale.
I offer for sale the building on the
north side of square now used as a
blacksmith shdp. ' See me at shop
. or address me at Meade, Kas.
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J. J. Leach.
V. S. EEERYM AN, Cashier.
Vice-President. r
is on fflis.
- con - Carne when you are in the city.
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For Dry Goods, Notions,
and anything in the Grocery Line. In fact
lim in all our departments.
We have Flour and Feed constantly on hand by the carload
and niake1 the lowest prices on corn by the waon load.
When wanting to purchase a supply of Groceries, Flour or
Feed call aud get my prices.
Notice to Woodmen.
After Jan. ist all members of the
Modern Woodmen of America must
pay their assessments ' promptly on
the first Monday of each month. The
clerk is not permitted to carry any
one. Otherwise members will" be-
nome delinquent.
The News is sent to almost every
voter in the county this week. A
large number have . already.,, placed
their names on our books and . we
hope others will follow. Look over
the News and then conclude that
you must subscribe. $ i a year.
Lsocal News.
Subscribe for the News.
Joe Martin was in town over Sun
day. S. R. Peters left for Newton Fri
day morning.
Finley Rock, of Beaver, is in the
Sam Bunch received a car of corn
this week.
Will Sourbeer was added to our
list this week.
W. E. Davis left for Hutchinson
Saturday morning.
Artist Shelley is painting a sign
for the News office this week.
Jess Edson informed us last week
that he would shortly open a harness
shop in this city.
Z. B. Ragland is making an ad
dition to his barn. Carpenter
Woodard is doing the work.
J. V. Williams and F. M. Martin
handed us the necessary bullion for
a years' News last Saturday
We were so busy last week that
the Educational column was crowd
ed out. It appears in another col
umn. Ned Jenkins has been visiting
home folks for the past ten days.
He is employed at Emporia by the
Santa Fe Ry.
W. S. Edwards and wife came in
from Beaver Thursday night to at
tend the Woodmen installation.
They returned next day.
Photographer Johnson intends to
erect a gallery in the near future.
Mr. Johnson is permanently located
here and is doing considerable work.
Last week we forgot to call atten
tion to E. W. Williams' ad. E. W.
is selling groceries cheap and in
vites the public to call and see him.
Last week we noticed green blades
of grass coming up under the old
dead grass. This will not last long
as we are sure to have some winter.
G. F. Gratton, left for his home
Friday morning. Mr. Gratton is a
pleasant gentleman, and creates a
favorable impression with all whom
he comes in contact with.
R. R. Wells & Co. have their ad.
in another column. They are selling
everything in the grocery and hard
ware line and will be found as cheap
as any where else in town.
There will be a basket social at
the Artesian school house tomorrow
night for the benefit of the Sunday
school. Everybody invited to at
tend. S. P. Bunch left Monday for
Kansas City. Sam represents the
Piano farm machinery, having sold
a number of these machines last
If you think there is no business
done on the west side, you are mis
taken. We predict that it will be
the best part of the city. The News
office is located on this side.
We publish a letter from the
Philippines in another column. It
will be interesting to a . number of.
readers who are not acquainted with
the ways of the people of those
The News family are the receip-
ants of several beauliful silk hand
kercheifs from Ed J. Wehrle, who
is with Co. A, 32nd U. S. V. Inft.,
in the Philippines. They are the
work of the Filipinos, being beauti
fully embrcideried on both sides.
Fitz and Corbett fought about a
round -last Saturday night. Fitz
landed - with a left which resulted
very disastrously to his fingers.
Corbett ducked and used his legs to
good advantage, thus escaping fur
ther punsshment. Referee declared
a draw and all money was pulled
In another column will be found
a notice to stockmen. A meeting is
called for Jan. 27 at Meade. We
are pleased to note this move on the
part of the stockmen. An organiza
tion of this kind is of the utmost
value to cattlemen. It is what has
long been needed in Meade county,
and this being a state organization
only makes it stronger. All stock
men of Meade and Beaver counties
are requested to attend.
Subscribe for the News,
m. O. Danks, of Nye, was in town
W. W. Green, of Fowler, was in
town Tuesday.
Rev. Robinson returned to Dodge
City Monday.
R. T. Worman is in the butchering
business this week. v
J. C. Kilbourne, of Liberal, is
visiting his brother, E. C.
Revival meetings begin at the
Methodist church next Sunday.
W. F. Castcen is in Kansas City
punchasing goods this week.
Henry Burford, of Fowler, made
this office a call lasfweek.
Rev. Enyeart and wife returned
from Liberal the Jirst of the week.
E. P. Boyle branded about 40 head
of fine calves the first of the week.
The weather has been so fine that
"Crackerjack" has turned to spring
J. R. Griggs left last week for
Hardesty, Ok., to work on the
Herald. ;
There will be services at the
Catholic church Jan 24 at 9:30 a. m.
Rev. Jas. Donohue.
Dennis Barragree, of Byers, was
in the city W ednesday transacting
Tom Hotz and Chas. Young are
out at John Frame's putting down a
well . ; . i
Alf. Siegel and R. A. Harper j
have added their stock brands to
the ads in the News this week.
W. J. Stagg left Monday for his
home in Topeka. Mr. Stagg is
always a welcome visitor in Meade.
W. C. Osgood Jr. is ornamenting
the walls of the office of E. F. Rie
man & Co. with paint and paper
this week.
Dr. and Mrs. Simpson are now at
the Meade Hotel. The doctor is
prepared to do you first class dental
Linn Frazier, the Fowler merchant,
has an ad in the News this week.
He invites the people of his section
to come and see him.
Will Shelley made this office a
present of a beautiful pad calendar
which he recently received from
Sam Ncwby was down from Lock
port last Thursday and made this
office a call.
D. M. Mackey, of Nye, Ok., was
in the city trading last Tuesday and
Roy Twist was up from the Cim
marron last Thursday night and at
tended the installation.
John Graves returned Tuesday
night from McPherson where he had
been buying cattle.
The Woodmen of Fowler will give
a dance and oyster supper at Fowler
Jan. 25, for the benefit of said camp.
John Randolph was a caller W ed
nesday and conrgatulated us on the
last News. He was added to our roll.
Jack Roberts was appointed Con
stable of Meade Center township by
the County Confmissioners at their
last meeting.
Wm. Bunyan, of Fowler, was
transacting business- in the city
Tuesday evening. PI is name was
added to the News list while here.
The Hardesty Herald is the first
exchange we have received. It is a
6 column folio and overflowing with
advertisements from Liberal, Beaver
and the entire west end.
Remember, the News office is
prepared to do all kinds of job work
letter-heads, bill-heads, envelopes,
sale bills, cards in fact anything
from a calling card to a newspaper.
The Christign Endeavor subsbrip
tion met with good success. Nearly
enough was raised to pay for the
organ. Miss Winnie Bonham and
Mrs. Fred Gray deserve credit for
the amount solicited.
Some persons seemed slighted be
cause they did not get a copy of the
News last week. We intended that
all should get a copy, and if you
did not it was because we did not
have , your name. - We can't think
of everyone at the same time.
The Woodmen Installation.
On last Thursday night the Wood
men and their families gathered at
the hall to witness the public instal
lation. , The night was an . elegant
one and a large crowd was in attend
ance. About 9 o'clock thev guests
took their seats and the installation
was begun. Deputy Edwards was
the installing officer and the follow
ing officers were installed for the
ensuing year: J. D. Wehrle, V. C;
O. Hamilton, W. A; Geo. B. Cones,
Banker; John Elliott, Clerk; R. T.
Worman, Escort; F. M. Rosenberry,
Sentry; F. I. Bennett, Watchman;
F. W. Fick, Manager. -
After the installation ceremony
the guests were invited to be seated
at ;he banquet table. About 300
plates were set and a sumptuous
feast was served by twelve waiters.
The supper was under the super
vision of Mr. Clark Williams and
was one of the best ever served in
Meade. The Woodmen are a unit
in tendering to Mr. Williams their
appreciation of the excellent manner
in which he prepared the banquet.
In fact credit is due to all the Wood
men who in any way assisted to
make the affair a success, and no
one shirked any responsibility
Quite a number of the invited guests
commented on the supper very high
ly. It has so inspired the the mem
bers that hereafter it will probably
be a yearly occurance.
At the Churches.
Sunday was a beautiful day and
the people turned out en masse and
attended church services at the
Methodist church in the morning,
also Sunday school.
Rev. Robinson preached at the
Baptist church morning and evening.
Christian Endeavor was well at
tended in the evening.
The M. E. congregation went
over to the Baptist church as Rev.
Enyeart was absent and there was
no service at that place in the eve
ning. The Epworth League was
held at the usual hour.
Rev. Robinson preached an ex
cellent sermon in the morning on
"Sowing and Reaping". In , the
evening "The Great Arbitration
Case" was ably handled.
A large number from the country
attended services both morning and
"Send me" is the subject for the
Christian Endeavor next Sunday
evening at Baptist church.
Epworth League meets next Sun
day night at m. e. church. Subject,
"Send me."
Sunflower Dance.
There will be a dance at city hall,
January 29 Kansas Day. A prize
will be given to the best representa
tive of this Kansas flower Com.
In Justice's Court.
Business was not so brisk in this
court this week, only one case being
on the docket.
The case of Geo. DeCow vs.
Thos. Blake and Sarah" B. Blake,
action for collection of money, dis
missed by the plaintiff.
Notice to Stockmen.
There is an effort being made to
organize the stockmen of the entire
State of Kansas into an association
for their mutual protection. It is
desired by the State association that
we, of Meade county, meet in Meade,
Saturday, January 27, to organize so
that we can lend our aid to and share
in the benefits of the organization.
Everybody come and show that we
are willing to help those who are
fighting our battles.
R. E. Steele,
Will Dalgarn will pay the highest
cash prices for hides, pelts and furs
of ail kinds. im-pd
Harness Repaired-
I will repair all kinds of harness.
Can be found at D. Gerow & Co's
hardware store.
Roscoe Gerow.
Fresh Oysters! WHERE???
at Gray's Place, of course. ,
Get them any time.
8. S. H
Clothing, Gent's Furnishings
We handle
The Celebrated J. B. Stetson & Co. Hats. . " "" :
We carry the celebrated line of Hamilton Brown Shoes. A fine line
of Cowboy boots.; ;
Murphy; Bros. Leading Tailors. Also handle a complete line of the
Friend Bros. Celebrated "Perfection Clothing."
McDonald's "Red Seal" .Overalls. . .
Headquarters for the best Corduroy clothing.'
Model Steam Laundry, Hutchinson. Karts. . '.
Esse ef etiam vldcri Shirts . . ... . .
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My prices will always be found the lowest. I make" the lowest
possible prices on large orders.
.8. P. BllNGH.
Go to
X. B. Sawyer for the best flour made west of
the Mississippi river.-
New fhinSc
GJean fhints
H R. Wells and Co. will
sell you as good flour,
feed, groceries, seeds,
barley, cane, hardware
and implements and as
cheap as any house in
southwest Kansas. Call
and examine our stock.
Subscribe for the News.
The Meade County News, Vol. 1,
No. 1, is our latest exchange. It is
all right in .every way except its
politics. Hardesty Herald.
Don't worry about the politics ,
Bro. Quinn.
One note of hand, dated Sept. 23,
1899, given in favor of R. R. Wells
for 600, payable Nov. 1, 1900,
signed by A. V. Angel and E. J.
Angel. All persons are hereby
warned against buying or selling
said note as it was not indorsed by
owner. R. R. Wells.
The place to buy carpet warp the
the cheapest is at sirs. Judd's. She
has any color you want, on spools.
Call on her before sending your car
pet to the weaver.
Great redactions in millinery at
Mrs. Judd's.
The Woodmen, at their last meeting, pass
ed resolutions thanking their wives and sweet
hearts who in any manner assisted ta make the
supper a success.
The Sand Creek correspondent
made some charges against some of
the county officials in the Globe last
week. Now how can a sheriff serve
a warrant for the collection of taxes
until he gets one to serve? Sheriff
Judd has never failed yet to serve
all warrants placed in his hanis and
we know a tax warrant would be no
X. B. Sawyer will show you the nicest
and cleanest stock in Meade. New ar
rivals of goods from three to five times a
X. B. Sawyer will pay the highest
market price for good, sweet clean
butter, also fresh lard and clean eggs.
Glean Gg&s
Eggs should be gathered ev
ery morning and if any are
dirty they should be thorough
ly washed and dried and car
fully put away in a dark place
and then marketed every
week. - Such eggs will always
bring the highest market price
at th2 store and thestoreman
can sell to a better advantage.
A little more pains taken with
eggs would be an advantage
to the farmer and also to the
X. B. Sawyer.
Home-made comforters at lira.
Judd's as cheap as you can buy the
goods and cotton, to say nothing of
your work.
Mittens, hoods and winter under
wear reduced to cost at Mrs. Judd's.
- When you want to buy Dry Goods
Notions or Millinery, the best for
the least money, go to Mrs. Judd.
Remember, her stock is all new.
J. m. Wood says he has received
four or five cars of coal and lumber
lately and that he must have some
money to pay for the same, so re
quests everybody that owes him to
please make a financial call at the
! yard when in the city.

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