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We Have In Stock A full Assortment of . Dress Goods, Ladies' Misses and Childrens Underware and Blankets. Call and see them At WEHRLE'S X ...4 . I sV 1 I fix . YOU HAVE SEEN MEN LIKE THIS ARE YOU GOING TO BE ONE OF THIS KIND? IF YOU DONT COMMENCE NOW PUT TING MONEY IN THE BANK AND PREPARING FOR YOUR OLD AGE, YOU WILL SOME DAY BE WHERE THIS MAN IS. ' OLD AGE IS BOUND TO COME UNLESS YOU SHOULD BE TAKEN AWAY IN YOUTH. DON'T YOU THINK YOU SHOULD START A BANK AC COUNT? BANK WITH US. WE PAY 3 PER CENT ON TIME DEPOSITS. THE MEADE STATE BANK Meade, Kansas. DEPOSITS GUARANTEED , 166 ,A beautiful Star Cut Glass Tumbler with each pound of 'OLD HAMPSHIRE" Coffee. L. N. Braden, EXCLUSIVE GROCER Phone 91. Meade,' Kansas BOWLING A Suggestion Appendicitis never gets One hourat bowling relieves bowlers. indigestion. Bowhdg an unsurpassed One hour at bowling, an recreation. easy plan to make the Bowliog a ten-strike in ex- world a healthy man. ercise. One hour at bowling, time Bowling- an indoor enjoy- wellspent. ment. An innocent amusement.- C. W. BARTON, ro-. Dr. G. A. Da vies F. R. C. S. (Edinburgh) Physician and Surgeon. Eye and Throat Diseases i a specialty. Nothing mevr-than a victrola for a Christmas present. See the M iSc M about 'ordering one. See those'nvjw fixtures also the new nitrogen lamps at the Light Office. f ' December 2nd and delightful weather. ; ." . C. C. Perry was down from Fowler Wednesday. ; Kelley, the jeweler, has a word to our readers this week H. M. Erickson. of Fowler, was in Meade Monday. ' Work on the Baptist church is progressing nicely. Lois Potter was in the city the first of the week. O. Hamilton left last week for an extended stay in Indiana. W. S Martin went to Hutch ison last Saturday. United States Marshal, O. T. Wood, was in Meade over Sun day. He went to Liberal on No. 1, Monday. E. D. Smith is the possessor of a new auto. It's a Saxon Six purchased from Max Kelley. R. A, McGuire is advertising for a car load of Poultry. See his ad in The News for prices. J. P. McLaughlin, of Osage City, was in Meade a few days this week. ... XM AS GIFTS On Display SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4th. Dolls, Toys, Games, Books, Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets, Ivory Goods, Etc. M. & M. DRUG COMPANY We are ready tor that large harvest order with a new and full stock of goods. We can make you prices on case lots and give you quality that cannot be beaten. Don't fail to give us a chance at your order. Yours truly, F. W. FIC K A. J. Paden returned last Sat urday from a week's stay with his daughters m Pratt. The weather is again very pleasant, considering the season of the year. J, W. Davis, of Greensburg, was in the city the firs't of the week on legal business. The case of the State of Kan sas vs. Geo. B. Allen is set for hearing in the Supreme Court on February 11, 1916. W. B. Wood, of Liberal, spent last Thursday at the homeof his mother, Mrs. L. E. Wood, of this city. Mysterious Smith We have secured an attraction we feel safe in recommend;ng an attraction that for the last eight years has been breaking the records, playing to capacity business' The Mysterious Smith Company is this season carrying a much larger company than ever before, with $3,000 worth of stage equipment, and a beautiful velvet stage setting. There will be many new fea tures seen "with' the attraction this year. i Never in this, country has' there been produced such big illusions and mysteries as Mys terious Smith will present this season. ' Don'tgotothe theatre think ing you will see slight of hand, as that small work passed his hands many years ago and is now devoting his time to something new in the way. of big illusions and mysteries. Don't fail to see this show, as it is one of the greatest treats of the season,. and comes to your city as one of the best recom mended attractions on the road today. If you desire good seats, get your tickets early. One night only, Tuesday evening, December 7th, at Phelps theatre Miss Julia Peed came home last Wednesday tospend Thanks giving Day with home folk. She returned to Hutchinson Sundav. 1 he members of the Omar Club entertained last Saturday evening. A very pleasant time is the report given bv their i . guests. III IBlill liiiiiiiliiiiiniilliiiiiiil mm iiU!imllllllllllil!llllllllll)lill!ll!':llllllllllllll BANKING SYSTEM will be ike rule. Credii is 'he val iliin ihe Fted era! Reserve supplier ihe credii and ilie people have ilie confidence in ihe NauonalBank m First National Bank - Meade, Kansas. Capital and Earnings $50,000.00 l he local automobile agents are creating considerable excite- Vmentin their efforts to "pull" the almost perpendicular hill south of the city r Mr. R. L. Gum and daughters Beatrice, and Bernice, of Lamed Kansas were visiting relatives at Missler, and also viewing our city last week. Rev. J. M. McArthur left Mon day for a few days visit with his daughter, Mrs. Alexander, at Ingalls, Kansas. He will return the latter part of the week. 3 1 INSURANCE Buy your Insurance of INSURANCE The Butchers Buy your fat Cows and Hogs. Fresh Meat Always On Hand. . Bring us your hides and furs We pay the highest price Meade, Kansas Where This Country Lssds. The Ashing industry of the United States is not nearly as great as soma of the ' countries of. Europe, but no country in the world has had the fore sight to stock its inland waters as the United States has done. OT3sKVnTOnSK'3'pjB3?E23Bffl3?KTroaS 'smsssBBssai Mrs. Moses Black, accompan ied by Misses Ott. Shafer. and Wickstrurr., spent the latter pnrt of .' ist week at the Judson Hfil hurt much, south u Mea.ie. His Handicap. "One of the penalties of approaching age is clumsiness," confessed Merton Morose, on whose head the frosts of time have been sifting down for quite a spell. ''When I move carelessly about a room I knock over five thingb, on an avoratffc, and when I ara espe cially cartful 1 knock over ten." W. S. GIBBONS , "The Insurance Man" Ian ab!e .o jive you the very best protection on the fol- lowing named items: LIFE, HEALTH AND ACCIDENT, FIRE, LIGHT NING, TORNADO, CYCLONE, WINDSTORM, AUTOMOBILE AND HAIL INSURANCE; Your LIVESTOCK insured against death ' from any caue in the Top;ka National Live Stock Co. Better in vestigate tut protection as it covers a wide scope and can be carried for the minimum of cost. ,; . The only exclusive Insurance Man in Meade. Of Co.: Rw of fir NmwmI Bak Building, Ground Floor. INSURANCE INSURANCE J. I. STAMPER AUCTIONEER MEADE, - KANSAc Phone 73 or 273 Discovered the Mississippi. De Soto la credited with being the first white man ever to see the Mis- stHsipp! river. State Live Stock and Stallion Examiner C. E- Baisler, D. V. M. Greensburg, Kansas FOR SALE NOW; Mamm-ih Whith Holland turkeys, " . ne 1916 or 2Q6 ' "'-" "