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K That the News office is pre- jtf pared to do all kinds of job IS -V J V u you warn ui we news irom k all orer Nfeade County you 0 should subscribe f or . 3 gi worjc. Vjive us a tnai. y - ; THR NEWS, g YOL. I. MEADE, MEADE COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1900. N&MO.' 8 - J. W. BERRYMAN, President. W. S. BERRYMAN, Cashier.. C. Q. CHANDLER, Vice-President. THE ..- MEADESTATE BANK, MEADE, KANSAS. Designated Depository This bank is distinctively a cattlemen's and stackgrower's bank. We solicit the business of the legitimate cattlemen and stockgrow ers of the southwest. Money on hand at all times for legitimate cattle loans with good margins. NO PURCHASE LOANS. i ice M Mi I CARRY ALL KINDS OP Soups. s Tongue, Cheeses, (Swiss, Limberger, Y. A, etc.) Uneeda Biscuits, Oysters, (Barr's Extra Select), Oranges, Bananas, Nuts of all kinds, Druggists' Cigars, Grand Session Cigars, Fancy Sauces and Chillis, All kinds of Candies and drinks. Give Me a Call and Learn My Prices . . No Charge for Accommodations. GRAY'S PLACE. B. nielli Clothing, Gents' tIirnTroi-K nrmiui uit uWm cSHOg Esse ctetiam MEADE, 1 Y rtf ffiRIlm km Xo Bo Sawyer Carries a complete line of Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions. Tinware, Notions etc. FIoui We handle as good brands of Flour . as will be found in the west. - Try it. Satisfaction guaranteed. Butter and Eggs. . . We pay the highest market price for clean butter and eggs. Bring your produce to us. . f ssssssssssssssssssssssss n i in I have a complete stock of everything in the Grocery and Feed line. Jjjj Special Pre Loroe iNotning out tne i j. i- i kept m stock. Your Money's Worth, No more, No less at WILLIAMS' I WIL.L. SHBLLBY, Irtfstfc Sign $alMr AND DECORATOR. MEADE of Meade County. FANCY LUNCH GOODS, . Furnishings. WE HANDLE. The Celebrated J. B. Stetson & to. Hats. We cany 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. Celebrat. ed "Perfection Clothing." McDonald's "Red Seal" Overalls. Headquarters for the best Corduroy clothing. Model Steam Laundry, Hutchinson. Kans. Videri Shirts. - - KANSAS. 1 N Dest quality or gooas & y KANSAS. orders The grass has begun to grow. Court convenes here next Tuesday. Lawn tennis is the rage in the city at present. Wiley Rhodes went to Kansas City Monday. Wm. Merkle was a pleasant caller at this office Thursday. Louis Boehler is. attending court at Dodge City this week. Rev. Robinson returned to his home in Dodge Tuesday. R. P. Smith and wife are in Dodge city this week on business. Read the proceedings of the cattle association in another column. R. R. Wells & Co and S. P. Bunch received a car of salt this week. Jess McKinney was up from Englewood a few days this week. Wm. Miles was transacting busi ness in Meade Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Ed Aker, of Liberal, order ed the News sent to her at that place. Miss Ora Williams went to Fowler Saturday morning, returning in the evening. Spring surely began the first of the week, as the days were extreme ly warm. The Meade Woodmen will go to Beaver Saturday to organize the Beaver camp. Lou Osborne was taken into full membership of the M. W. A. last Friday night. W. C. Osgood Jr. is now inter viewing the dear people as to what they are worth. R. W. Campbell returned Tues day from his ' trip to Ohio, glad to get home again. The case in the justice's court against the show people was dismiss by Co. Atty. Bodle. J. R.' Keith and A. J. Byrns are at work plastering the second story of the National hotel. Next week we will have an article pertaining to that dreaded disease among cattle black-leg. Fres h Oysters ! WH ERE??? at Gray's Place, of course. Get them any time. The heel flies bothered he cattle the first of the week. They sure made them run for the creek. Jake Meyer was in town Thursday soliciting orders for a vapor bath cabinet for which he is agent. Co. Treas. Cones is the possessor of a new Remington typewriter,' of which he may be justly proud. Wednesday morning it commenced snowing and melting as fast as it fell, making it very disagreeable. Dr. Fee reports Henry Lane, of Cimarron twp, improving and thinks he will fully recover in a short time. The St. John's Catholic Workers society will meet at the residence of Mrs. McMeel Saturday afternoon. Section Foreman Cannon received orders to put men to work Tuesday morning, and now they are at work on his section. Nellie Johnson, daughter of 0. R. Johnson, is improving, and her parents and friends hope for her entire recovery. The editor of the News got into a little trouble last week for expressing his opinion. He was a bit disfigured but is still in the ring. Mrs. Williams has her show window decorated with the latest styles of spring millinery. It is one of the nicest windows in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gray have moved back to their residence, in the Wichita addition, which they have had papered and painted. -. Rev. Robinson invited a few of his friends to spend the evening with him Monday. A pleasant time is reported by those in attendance. "Mrs. R. K. Pcny returned last week from Illinois, where she had been attending her brother, A. W. Young, who recently died, of which mention is made in the News to-day. For children's hats see Mrs. Wehrle's stock. " There will b& "dance, at the City hall Friday night Mch. 1 6. For novelties, lace,, etc., Mrs. Wehrle can showlu a complete line. fijr Mr. G. N. Pegraiujpf Charleston, W. Va., has beenin'the city a few days looking after some real estate which he owns in this county. Last week we forgot to mention the party " at J. F. Eason's.' given in honor of Mr. Eason's birthday. A pleasant time was reported by those present. I have on sale a line of ladies' ready made wrappers and shirt waists. Don't bother to make them when you can buyvthem so cheap at Mrs. Judd's. l"'- f Sam Conger lias :;sold his west house and lots ! to Jimes McElroy. He keeps the new house and will make extensive improvements in the way of trees an& -shrubbery. The train Tuesday night set the prairie on fire in four places west of town. Messrs. Conger and Cannon with several persons from town suc ceeded in subduing it before it did much damage. I have a new lot of Percale rem nants, only iooo yds., so come early and get your choice. You all know what these are, so don't wait until they are picked over. Mrs. R. M. Judd. In company with Messrs. Worman, Woodard and Robinson, we made a trip to the Turkey track ranch Sun day, to see John Riley, who recent-? ly had his leg broken. We found him improving and will soon be able to be at work again. Call in, ladies, and see my stock If I can please you I shall be very glad, and if not, it will . be all right, it is no trouble to show the goods, and perhaps I can assist you in making a selection. Mrs. R. M, Judd B. F. Bisbee brought to this office this week a copy of "El Noticiero de Manila" a Spanish newspaper published in Manila, P. I. which we are unable to decipher, and would like for some one to come in and read it for us. T. B. Petefish met with a serious accident at the show Thursday night. He was sitting on top of one of the school desks in the hall, when it fell backward, Mr. Petefish striking his head, causing him to faint. He was taken to his home and it was found that two ribs were broken. At pres he is getting along nicely. 'S. P. Bunch went to Beaver last Friday morning on business. He had driven out from that city and when returning the team ' he was driving ran away, throwing him out and severely spraining his ankle. He arrived home Saturday evening about 8 o'clock. It will be several days before he jis able to be. out again. The show closed Saturday night with a crowded house. The prize of a barrel of groceries was drawn by Miss Viola Tullet,.,of Fowler. The" "prize m for the homeliest man was awarded to B. F. Cox, who good naturedly accepted the decision of the three young ladies. When Mrs. Rhen appeared a beautiful boquet was presented her by her Meade friends, for which . she showed her appreciation. The Sat urday night entertainment was the best of the week; Mr. Rhen thank ed the people for their patronage and informed them that they would be in Meade again. I have, adjacent to the city of Meade, 250 acres of land, broke, 100 acres of which I desire to lease for spring crop, on very favorable terms. For particulars inquire of W. C. Osgood Sr. Have You a BiiSSy Carriage or Spring Wagon? Does it require extra washers to hold the wheels close? If so, I . will . dress up the spindles, - straighten up the wheels take up the lost motion and put them in good running order, mak ing them almost, if not quite as good as new, all for the sum of $3.00. Satisfaction guaranteed or no charge. A. W. Callender, Meade, Kansas. Married. . At the residence of the bride in this city, Mr. Daniel Sather, of Mt. Iron, Minn., and Mrs. Lucy Shulty, of this city, were united in marriage Monday night by Rev. Stamper. A few friends were present to witness the ceremony. The couple left the next morning for the eastern part of the state but will return the last of the week. We understand that Mr. Sather contem plates locating in this country. The bride is well known to Meade people, having resided here for a long time. The News along with the many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Sather unite in wishing them a long and prosper ous life. R. E. Steele Caadldate. R. E. Steele, of this place, is a candidate for delegate to the Nation al convention which meets at Kan sas City, July 4, We understand that Mr. Steele -has received con siderable encouragement from other counties . and has a good chance of winning, as there are only two other candidates in the the district, and it is entitled, to two delegates. Meade county will no doubt be favorable to Mr. Steele's candidacy, as we have heard a number of democrats express themselves that way Meade county "has had one .dele gate to a national .convention, and that was W. G. Emerson, to the re publican convention at Chicago in 1888. At the Chnrches. Rev. Robinson preached at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening. In the evening a union service was held at the Baptist church, as Rev. Enyeart is absent from the city attending confejence. The subject for young people's mee tings next Sunday evening is "Ye must be born again", John 3:1 15. All are invited to attend. Baptismal services were held at the Baptist church Monday after noon, conducted by Rev. Robinson. After the services at the church the candidates and the congregation went to the creek north of the depot, where the ordinance was administer ed, Those receiving the ordinance were: Rosa Angell, Eddie Angell, Miss Katie Shaw, and Rev. A. H. Parks will preach at the Presbyterian church next Sun day morning and evening at the usual hours. Death of A. W. Yonag. The following from the Harvard, (Ills.) Herald is a brief sketch from the obituary of A. W. Young who died recently at that place of can cer of the stomach. Mr. Young is a brother of H. J. Young and Mrs. Nellie Perry, of this city: "Albert W. Young was born at Windsor, Sherbrook county Canada Sept. 21, 1843, a son of Joseph W. and Emily Boynton Young, his fath er a native of Antrim, Ireland, of Scotch-Irish descent, and his moth er of Orleans county, Vermont, of English and French descent. In the spring of 1865 the family moved to Will county, Illinois, and a year later to Kankakee county, where the mother died, Jan. 11, 1876. ..Mr, Young received an academi cal education in Canada, and after coming to Illinois attended the cen tral Illinois normal school at Nor mal two years. He taught school in Kentucky a year and in 1870 re turned to McHenry county and was principal of the Richmond schools a year, of the Woodstock schools two years and of the Harvard schools three years. In the mean time he studied law being admitted to the bar in 1876. In November 1877 he was elected county superintendent of schools for a term of four years and at the expiration of his term was appointed for one year. Be sides holding local township offices, he also served as state's attorney of McHenry county, being elected for four years in 1888. In 1891 he was the choice of the Republicans for circuit judge and in 1897 was a can didate for county judge. At the time of his death he was master in chancery of McHenry county. Mr. Young was a member of the A. F. & A. M.f R. A. M., Knights Templar, Knights of the Maccabees, Knights of the Globe. Mr. Young was married Feb. 21, 1888, to Miss Lucy Gardner. One child, Robert Gardner, was born to them and he with the sorely bereaved wife mourn the untimely death of the husband and father. Subscribe for the News. Id A Carload of the Finest: Groceries ever shipped into the country.' We handle a full stock of Dried fruits, and we guarantee them to be h Fresh and Glean. and our prices are reasonable. - .v.. .- We have a nice line of Coffees, Teas, Sugar, Spices and Meats of all kinds, also Potatoes. We carry the Celebrated Flour 1 "Oup Banner'' which we guarantee to be first class. I COME. And i -flATIM IP flHfllTC I 1 uuuio u 11 0 Uuu, nil 0, uiiyo i SE AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 2 S We have just opened a large line of Men's j3 S Spring and Summer Suits, also Children's S Clothing. Our line of Shoes is. first class, 3 We have a large stock and we sell at low prices. 3 Yours for business, 3 p Fick-Roberfs Mer, Co. 1 iiiiuiiuiuiuiuiuiuiuiuiuiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiimuiiK n Home-spun Dress Goods, Percales, Silk "Waist Patterns, Draperies, Toile du Nordes, Corded Novelties etc. at 0v U U B- TJ1 HI SSKS mimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmy 1 When You Want . . SE Staple and fancy Groceries, provisions, " flour ;2 gr and feed, you will save money by calling and 3 getting my prices. I will give you the lowest irs p rates on everything. When you want a large E quantity I will offer you special inducements. rES EE We take great pleasure in filling large orders. 3 Call and get my prices. rf5 meadb grocery, 1 g S. P. BUNGH Proprietor. auiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiil mmmmmmmmmmmmmnimmmmmmmmmmK- R R. Wells & 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 stoca. illUUiUIUlillillUUllIlliililililiililliliillillilliiliillllUiilliiv Sailor hats at Mrs. Wehrle's - Standard bred horse will stand at the Ragland barn in Meade on Fri day and Saturday of each week, the rest of the week at my place 4 miles from town. ' .... . Terms 1 6 to insure with foal. J. M. Brannan, Prop. Pill see our Fine stock of KJfM 9 Mrs. Wehrle has received her spring stock of millinery, where you can find a complete line of ladies' and children's hats, etc ?, ! Ladies, you never have had since you came to Meade county, such an assortment of embroidery to select from as you will find at-Mrs. Judd's.' Ul 1LLVJ