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Remember. . . That the News office is pre pared to do all kinds of job - m ri K If yon want all the news from K 0 all' orer Meade County you k y should subscribe for 3 0 I 'LiL.THE NEWS. 8 s wont. tiTc na a mw. -t- YOL. I. MEADE, MEADE COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1900. NO. 12. J. W. BERRYMAN, President. W. S. BERRYM AN, Cashier. C. Q. CHANDLER, Vice-President. THE MEADE STATE; BANK, MEADE, KANSAS. Watch Gray's space in another column from week to week. Married. We note from the Belle Meade School orders discounted at the corresponaeni mat ivir. v-nas. ca- Destsnated Depository of Meade County. This bank is distinctively a cattlemen's and stockgrower's bank. We solicit the business of the legitimate cattlemen and stockgrow- Subscribe for the News. Otho Wood and family were visit ing in Meade last week. J. C. Fry and wife left Saturday for their home at Larned. Some of the Fowler boys rode to Meade on their bicycles last Sunday. Mrs. W. S. Edwards and Mrs. Meade State Bank. For children's hats" see Mrs. Wehrle's stock. . The Meade State Bank will cash school orders at a small discount. Some of our correspondents ed to materialize this week. fail If you want all the news of the ers of the southwest. Money on hand at all times for legitimate Linley returned to Beaver Friday county you should subscribe for the cattle loans with good margins. NO PURCHASE LOANS. News. For novelties, lace, etc. morning. Tom Hotz is putting down a well for Mrs. Williams on her place south Wehrle can show of Meade. I line, Alf Siegle and Homer Sumpter 1 N. J. Rhodes was up from Mrs. you a complete wards, of this county, and Miss Leota Trahern, of Haskell county, were married last Sunday at the home of the bride in Haskell county. Mr. Edwards is a son of Mr, and Mrs. Geo, Edwards, of Artesian, and is known as an enterpnsing young man, and has a home of his own east of Meade. Miss Trahern is the daughter of a well-to-do family or Haskell county, ana has many friends in this city, having resided here for about a year. The News, along with the many friends of the young couple, extends tha congratulations and wishes them 1 ii iii i ii I much success through life. in their journey S At tfce Churches. .The.. (6 99 Watch for It. unloaded a car of corn Monday for Cimarron Tuesday and Wednesday the FS ranch. transacting business. - Miss Grace Conlin is visiting in Ned Jenkins went to Ashland last the citv. havinEf comrjleted her Sundav with Tess McKinnev. from rhool in DUt wh.r, h will m tn F.mrla There was no Poaching at any of the churches Sundav. The Epworth Envelopes with your name and Remember that the News prints League was held at the M. E. church address thereon, at this office for 40 visiting cards. We have all the lat- and Christian Endeavor at the cents per hundred. est styles. Call and' have some I Bantis church J. ?. 1 T. B. Petefish is again able to be Prmiea- ' ' ' ' ; . Rev. Robinson will preach at the around, after ten days' confinement I I have on sale a lineof ladies' Baptist church next Sunday morning from broken ribs. ready made wrappers and shirt and evening at the usual hours. Don't bother to make them A Carload of the Finest Groceries ever shipped into the country. :3 We handle a full stock of Dried fruits, and we 3 guarantee them to be " Fresh and Glean, and our prices are reasonable. r3 We have a nice line of Coffees, Teas, Sugar, 2 Spices and Meats of all kinds, also Potatoes, We carry the,Celebrated Flour :2 4-sT?V 9 3 which we guarantee to be first class. I COME. And see our Fine stock of Miss Effie Thompson and Bessie . w ""s There will be a mass convention Conger visited friends at Plains the when you can buy Aem so cheaP at of the People's Party of Meade first of the week. Mrs' J udd s' county at Meade, Kansas, Saturday, Will Shellev is at work this week M mtclc"cu "c Hu Apm 14, 19. luc painting the office and dining room meet at Belle Meade APril "t at electing delegates to the People's of the Meade hotel 1 -uualu" t."c ituigauiia-ipaiiy tuugicssiuuai Luuituuuu, state nominating convention, state convention to elect national dele gates, and state senatorial conven tion. S. M. Bennett, S. P. Bunch, Chairman. Secretary. 1 Dnnfo fjnfl flinptf I UUU 0 U U 0 UuO, I 1 AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 3.1 Clothing, Gents' Furnishings. ft LMinF.Il&. WE HANDLE- The Celebrated J. B. Stetson & Co. Hats. lhe green grass has started in We carry the celebrated line of Hamilton good Shape and the last rain Will Brown Shoes. A fine line of Cowboy boots. I start it growing everywhere. m. tion of the Sunday school. r T . 1 g t 1 1 r I jviiss cenna ampoen, 01 r,mpor- Mrs t F. Blair. Sunt, ia. is visitinsr her sister. Miss Carrie I 1 ixr 1 . 1 r . Campbell, this week. ve nouce irom iast weeK s fliea iora. i.. ramoc, mat me post bod v.ampDeii stoppea in town office t t j had veen bb . Thursday evening on his way to the recently The safe was dynamited rancn in lar county. and robbers secured about Sico .... . ' " R. P. Smith is moving his residence Our old friend Palmer is the post- property to the old Nary lot north-1 master, r . 1 . 1 east 01 me court nouse. t r iaftori.B The St. John's Catholic workers has been in Meade . county for the will meet at the home of Mrs. F. last ten days looking for a location to raise cattle. MtT Jefferies is well pleased with the county and will probably select a ranch. He has been visiting Geo. Allen, an old acquaintance of his We have just opened a large line of Men's Spring and Summer Suits, also Children's Clothing. Our line of Shoes is first class. 3 . We have a large stock and we sell at low prices. 5 Yours for business, 3 g Pick-Roberts Me p. Co. j liiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiimiuiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiii Coanty Conventlo to Elect Delegates. 1 Wehrle Saturday afternoon. c3H0g Murchv Bros. Leadine 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. Esse et etiam vider! Shirts. MEADE , KANSAS. Bo Sawyer Carries a complete line of Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions. Tinware, Notions etc We handle as good brands of Flour as will be found in the west. Try it. Satisfaction guaranteed. Butter and Gs. . . We pay the highest market price for clean butter and eggs. Bring your produce to us. day in April. Paul S. Woods left Sunday for Ashland, Kas., from where he will go to Greensburg to look after bank ing pusiness. Mr. woods is a very courteous and genial young man coDies of the News to non-resident and made many friends while here land owners and tax-payers and who hope to see him back in the we would be pleased to have them . I i I I 111 ! I have a complete stock of everything in, the Grocery and Feed line. Sped Prices i lie Oto . . - Nothing but the best quality of goods kept in stock. Your Money's Worth, No more, No less at WILLIAM S' W1L.U SHBUL.BY, I 1 Gardening and tree planting have commenced, and everything indi cates that spring is at hand. W. C. Osgood Jr. returned Sun-' day from Fowler, where he had 1 " been at work for Ed. Miles. Miss Hattie Free returned to her home on the Cimarron Monday, after several days visit in Meade. We understand that S. Samples will sell his residence here soon and move to the eastern part of the state. W. J. Stagg returned to his home in Topeka Thursday morning. Mr. Stagg always enioys his trips to Meade. Miss Jennie Barragree left Mon day for Winfield, Kas., where she will attend school for the next three months. Mr. Sather has rented the Rupert hotel at Liberal and with his wife went to take charge of it Monday evening. O. R. Johnson, the photographer, is Dusy these days turning out photos. He is doing some very neat work. Wm. Dalgarn and family have moved to Mrs. Williams' farm south of town, where they will reside for the present. This office is prepared to print all was a few years ago. Give Mr kinds of horse and jack bills. Call Ragland a trial when needing any- and see us when you need any thing thing in his line. in this line. C. L. Calvert, of Liberal, was in town last lhursday interviewing some of our citizens. He returned home the same evening. There will be a delegate conven tion of the Democrats ot Meade county held at Meade, Saturday, Anril id. 1000 at io:xo a. m. for the purpose of electing delegates to at tend the congressional convention, state nominating convention, state convention to elect national dele gates and state senatorial conven tion. The basis of representation Last Friday the same city ticket I is as follows: was nominated: Mayor, L.. Boehler; Crooked Creek 7. Cimarron 4 Clerk, W. C. Osgood Jr. ; Treasurer, Fowler 8. Logan 6 B. S. McMeel; Councilmen, D. B. Meade Center 10. Mertilla 6 Stutsman, John Wehrle, S. D. Adams Odee 1. West Plains 6 Harry Coon, Elmer Rosenberry; Sand Creek 4. City Marshall, Claud Leach. The The several townships are request- election will be held the first Mon- ed to hold primaries on Friday, h mm stvi fx I III April 13, 1900. By order commit tee. D. B. Stutsman, S.D.Adams, Chairman. Secretary. This week we send a few sample Home-spun Dress Goods, Percales, Silk Waist Patterns, Draperies, Toile du Nordes, Corded Novelties etc. at WEHRLE'S. near future. Elmer Rosenberry had a search warrant issued last ' week, to search the barber shop fof liquor. Judge Bodle succeeded in finding a bottle of hair oil and a jug of bay rum This no doubt would have filled the average fellow had he drank it. No intoxicants of any kind were found on the premises. Z. B. Ragland recently added subscribe for the News. The sub scription is $1 per year. The belts are new, and novel indeed, still the ribbon belt with the fancy buckle has its place. I have a tine assortment of both kinds. Come and see them. Mrs. R. M. Judd. When a man hitches a mule at your gate, Kisses the DaDy as he comes up the path, stops to shoot a marble out of the ring with your iiiiiHiiiitmmnfflimmmnitmimmimimmimimmm 1 When You Want . . 1 three buggies to his livery barn and boy pats your girl on the head and win now rurnisn nvery rigs ana ives her a stick of gum, and gives .mv,,- the old gentlemen a cigar, you may ments oy Duiiamg ana is aomg a knQW before ou Qn the door good business. The livery business ke ig candidate. Cimarron Tack- in Meade is nearly double what it son:an I have a new lot of Percale rem nants, only iooo yds., so come early and get your choice. You all Elmer Rosenberry. night watch- Unnv what these are. so don't wait i man, had some ot the Doys untii they are picked over. pulled" Tuesday ' for disturbing the peace Friday night. The boys deny the charge and will stand J. H. Camp now runs his gasoline " " engine with an electric battery. Mr. Spray, the engine expert, was here have been subpoenaed We hope the W ir to wort. DOVS Can ShOW "e lnn0 I cent ot the charge. Alt biegel met with a painrui acci ATt TnseHo vh;i nhvirxr tAnnie. A. w. Callender desires to call j i j o He twisted his knee so that now he is obliged to go on crutches. Mrs. R. M. Judd, Farmers, look out for the smooth mrtlstic Sip W. W. Green, of Fowler, has two fine jacks at his place this season, that it will pay any one to see. He had some cards printed advertising terms etc. stranger who is now representing an alleged' co-operative hail insurance company. He is working in neigh boring counties and from all reports is a swindler, pure and simple. You pay $2, supposedly for a policy, but later an interest bearing note turns the attention of the general public 1 up, which you are expected to pay. to the fact that he can be found at The v way those who have been the old Baxter stand at all hours, caught are getting out of it, is to prepared to do blacksmithing, wood cancel policy and thereby escape work, painting, and practical horse- J liability on note. But they are out shoeing in a first -class manner. 1 1 iust the same. The only safe ask your patronage and thus assist I plan is to patronize' home agents, 2r Staple and fancy Groceries, provisions, flour rrs Sr and feed, you will save money by calling and 2 HE: getting my prices. I will give you the lowest :s SE rates on everything. When you want a large 3 quantity I will offer you special inducements. :3 We take great pleasure in filling large orders. 5 . S Call and get my prices. :2 ! MEADE GROCERY, g S. P. BUNCH Proprietor. f iiuaiiiiiuiuiuiiuiiiiiiUiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiUiiiuauiiiaiiii? mmmmmminmmmnimmniniiiiiiimfnmniiiinimy C R R. Wells & Co. wil 25 g "ell you as good flour, ell you as good flour, feed, groceries,' seeds, barley, cane', hard war and implements and as . cheap as any house in southwest Kansas. Call and examine our stocic. liiiaiiiiiuiiiiiiiiuiiiuiuiiiiiiiiaiiiuiuiiiiiuuuaiauaiais: AND DECORATOR. MEADE KANSAS. me, our town, and yourselves as I who, though after your business, are Our merchants are doing a large I well. vGive me a trial and be con-1 not after your money without giving feed business and Mr. Camp is kept j vinced. All work dond on short I value received. If you are caught busy grinding. E. W. Williams and I notice. I by the traveling grafter, you have no i S. P. Bunch are each disposing of a A. WJ Caixendar, Prop., one to blame but yourselves. car every week retailing it out. I . Meade. Kansas Ellinwood Leader Sailor hats at Mrs. Wehrle's Standard bred horse will stand at the Ragland barn in Meade on Fri day andt.Saturday of each week, the rest of' the week at my place 4 miles from town. - Terms $6 to insure with foal. J; M. BraAS Prop. 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 rom' as' you will find at' Mrs. Judd's"