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We Have In Stock A full Assortment of Dress Goods, Ladies' Misses and Childrens Underwear and Blanket?. Call and see them At WEHRLE'S ANationaiEank? WW NERur Gavera- j menu uucii jujjci vjjivji I should also be yduv ViAYlAi A A A A Benefit from the new ji CurrencyLaw will be re- U ceived in fullest measure only" W" customer of NationalBakk5 First National Bank Meade, Kansas. Capital and Earnings $50,000.00 0 Dainty Lunch Preserves As good as "Mother used to make "' " "s -;v v v '. I ' . ' 'i ' ' ' . ' . Apricot Damson Plum Strawberry Peach Cherry Red Raspberry Pineapple Blackberry BRADEN GROCERY CO. Headquarters for Fancy Groceries Phone 91. Meade, Kansas The North Side Meat Market M. F. MARTIN, Prop. Fresh and Cured Meats Always on Hand. Full Line of rimes' Goods. MEADE, KANSAS. Dr. J. A. GILMAN, DENTIST Beginning Monday April 23, T will clean all school child ren's teeth free of chargo between the hours of 4 and 6 P. M. iQffiojt in BMis'Bildiog, a'crbs from ' M. & M. Drug Co; Meade, Kansas Phone 213 If you suffer from ASTHMA ive uspurqame. yvewiU send you hterature'aout tu'exure for, it M & M Drug Co. A O. Rosenberry has aa auto truck. - ' A. V. Angel, of Plaias, was in Meade Tuesday. W. E. Clark left Sunday for Greensburg, Kansas. Floyd Marlow returned Wed nesday from Coldwater. Little Miss Hazel Cain is visit tug friends in Literal. Get your ice books at the light plant office, $2.50 or $5.00 Everett Dorland was to Meade the first of the week. ' F. V. Curl and wife' left Wed nesday for Colorado. Mrs. Sadie Dorland, of Fow ler, was in Meade Tuesday. Allie Barker and family have returned from atrip to Colorado. C. G. Stevenson, of Pratt, was in Meade Wednesday on business C. E. Strobl and two sons, of Plains, were in Meade Wednes day, Mrs. D. Aker, of Liberal, is visiting her mother, Mrs. J, H. Ellis. Elwood Bird, of Garden City was in Meade toe urst ot the week. If you have not already paid your subscription to The News, please do so at once. John Wood and family and Miss Eva Eliason have returned from Colorado. Mrs. D. Brazellleft Friday for Dodge City, where she will visit relatives. DO YOU NEED A NERVE TONIC? Nearly everyone needs a good nerve tonic occasionally. This is especially true at this season when the warm weather has taxed the nervous system to the fullest extent. To overcome this condition take PENSLAR DYNAMATIC TONIC It will quickly overcome that run-down, nerve-racking condition by nourishing the nerve centers, enriching the blood and toning up the, digestive organs. It is pleasant to take and quick in action. Price 75c and $1.50. M. & M. DRUG COMPANY r MENS' SUITS'! Extra Fine-Extremely Cheap Never has style, quality and price in mens' and boys' clothing been more attractive at this store, or even in this city. We are selling; the very finest grades of winter suits at popular prices, and every one is guaranteed to be the best in quality and perfect in workmanship. Our Prices Will Surely Please You F. W. I K I Let us deliver you ice Made at home. Light & Power Co. Vacation Trip , To-morrow evening (Friday) the lied Cross will go on their vacatiou trip, and all Meade is in vited to go with them. The place for starting is the Wolfe Garage and the time 7:30 All those who have cars and carejto donate the use of them, are requested to be on band at the appointed hour and be prepared to take at least one extra passenger with them. Ext'-a cars will be pro vided for those who have no con veyance. The party will make four stops and will be entertain ed three and be fed at the fourth Tickets are fifty cents and re freshments ten cents extra. Come out and help the Red 1 Cross and at the same time en joy yourself. Mrs. E, Litile, who is now in St. Francis Hospital.-Wichita, is expected nome in about ten days ; Elmer aod Cbas. Worman and Paul Gray hve- returned from tr easffcj'iM aest'SeYd. Mrs. Jesse A. Bunch returned Monday from a two-weeks stay with her parents at Loveland Colorado. Mrs. Ammon Krisle has this week received a check from the Woadmenof the World in settle mentof the insurance policy held by her husband in that organ iza-,. tion. 1 .v S f r E. A. Schmoker has returned from Hutchinson. He recently sold the Schmoker 'Hotel, which he owned there. Money to loan at low rate of interest. Wehrle & Wehrle at The News office, Meade Kansas Mrs Ed Snyderand twochild ren left the first of the week for an extended stay with relatives at Mullenville. Homer Graves and wife re turned last week from Colorado, where they h,ad been fortbe.ben efit of Homer's health. S. W. Lennen and son Scott, of Lyons, Kansas spent several days the first of this week at the James Byrns home. Mr. Len nen returned home Wednesday. It is easier to keep account of you ice billif you have an ice book. Get one at the Light Co office, $1.50 or $5.00. C. K. Sourheer will pay cash for Indian arrowheads and other sfoneimpleme'fftsfound in Meade orardjotflftiip- -counties: Homer. Graves and wife left Wednescay for Rochester, Minr nesota, where Homer will con sult the famous Mayo Brothers, specialists. Mrs. Mary J. Cooper, who has been at tbe home of her daugb tea, Mrs. B II. Doty, and family, for the past few weeks, return ed to her borne in Greensburg last Saturday. Miss Hazel Cam accompanied her and returned home Monday. To Our Patrons Piease do not a.k us to deliver less than figteen cents worth of ice. No deliveries made after 5:00 p. m. 30t Meade Light & Ice Co. Strayed or Stolen Black gelding, 0 yrs. old, in good flesh, weight 1100. Been gone since Monday, July 23. Re ward. C. L. Friesen, Meade. 30-3-pd Phone 2408 To Students Examination for high school credits, at tbe court bouse at Meade, August 3rd and 4th. Ola Granger, Co. Superintendent. Money to loan at low rata of interest. Wehrle & Wahrla at The tfew office, Meade Kansas mliiul uiiiiL mum L I The Oldest Bank in the County. Deposits Guaranteed. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $50,000.00 , Make This Bank Your Bank: rBBBBBBBB99BB9BBBB Do Not Li ive A Month . Be hind Time Be up-to-date by trading at my store and paying cash for goods when re ceived. Call and get our prices and be convinced that I can save you money. R A McGuire CASH STORE awis"awaritsoTjflwso2URsw Dr. J. B. Amphlett Office over First National Bank Phone No. 20 Meade, Kansas .