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Flrrt published June 21st, 1917 Department of the Interior, TJ. fi. Land Oftjce.at Dodge City, Kansas, June 12lb, V1 Notice is lierebyifiven that Walter Koeaarr, o( Lakeland, Kan.as who, on Mar, 19tb J13, aade Homeiitnad Application, Serial No. 01173(1, for NEWSWM, SE Sectioo 34, Township 34n, Kanffe 27w, 6th, Principal Mr rid iao hae tiled notice. of intention to make Final Three Year Proof, tutablish claim to the land above described, before The Clerk of the limtrict Court of Meade County, Kaona. at Meade, K.an aaa, on theJWth day of July, 117. Claimant oamesaB-witneKSeH: Allan E. Ker, of Lakeland, Kaunas, Charley Kl.itz, of Lakeland, Kant.au. teorye Uuw.man, of JCntflewood, Kansas, Floyd Hall, ol Meant, Kansas. H. K. WILSON, Nut coal land. KeifiBter. Notice Jor Publication. Fiifct Published June 21st. 1917. Department of the Interior, V. 6. Land Office at Dodce City, Kansas June, Uub, 1917. Notice is hereby (.'irm that Sanford K. (Sloan, ml Plains, Kansas. Mho, on Feb.XVd, l'H2, made Homestead Application iterial No. 011131. f.T SE NEW. NEii fSEli Sec. 4, SW' NW, NWliSWJiftw.3, Twp. 33s. Ranire 29w( and on June 2otb, 1915 made Additional Huinesu-ad Application Serial No. 0)2441 for Lot 4, Section 3, Township 33s, Kaii(.'e29w, fcth Principal Meri dian, has filed witice ol uitention u make Final Fie Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before The Clerk of the District Court of Meade County, Kansas, at Meade, Kan tian, on the 2Mb day of July, 1917. Claimant names a witnesses: Frank Plotner.of Plains, Kansas, Linnie Plotner,of Plains, Kansas, Thomas IViurphy.of Plains, Kansas. Thomas llurrouL'bs,of Meade, Kansas. R. it. WILSON. Mot Coal Land. Keifirter. PublicaliM4io4ice lFhst Pubiisbed June M, W17J Department of the Interior, 11. fi. Land Office at Dodire Citv. Kansas. Juoedtb,19l7. Notice is hereby eiventbat Richard W. Cowan IMeade, Kansas, wbo,on July 1Mb, 'i4, made EUimestead Application Serial No. 0120S3, lor BEX, section s, Townsnip j4s, Hange urn, mn Principal Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, vefTe The Clerk o! the Distrart Court of Meade County. Kansas, at Meade, Kansas, on the 21st day of July, 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: Martin Grueinkin, of Meade, Kansas, Viriril Miller, of Lakeland, Kansas, James Smith, of Meade, Kansas, Albert Smith, of Meade, Kansas. K. K. WILSON, Not Coal Land Ketrister. SHERIFF'S SALE First published April 12, 1917. By virtue of an Order of Sale, issued out of the District Court of Meade county Kansas, wherein C. W. Carey is Plaintiff, and S. F. Parkinson, Irene Parkinson, Pearl A. Dwyer and William W. Dwyer are defendants Case No. 2573) I will on Saturday the 19th day of May 3917, at two o'clock p. m. at the west front door of the Court House in the City of Meade, County o( Meade and State of Kansas, offer for sale at public auction and sell to the highest bidder for cash in hand, all the right, title and Interest of the above named defendants in and to the follow ing described real proierty, situated in the County of Meade and State of Kansas, to-wit: The North half of Section 15 in Township 32 south, of Mange 30 west of 6th P. M. ' Said property Is levied upon as the property of the above named defendants and will be sold to satisfy the plaintiff's claim herein, and costs and accctiuiff costs, according -to said erder sif sale. Sheriff's officesthis 11th day of April 1917. L. G. Krisle, Sheriff Meade County, Kansas. PUBLICATION SUMMONS. , First Publication July 26th, 1917. The State of Kansas tS. H. Morrow, Greet ing: You are hereby notified that you hae been sued in the District Court of Meade County, Kansas by E. B. Swerdfeger, plaintiff, and that unless you answer plaintiff's petition on or be fore the 6th day of September, 1917 said petition will be taken as true and judgment rendered ac cordingly, confirming and quieting plaintiff's title, possession and right of possession in and to theScuth half of the Northwest quarter of Sec tion Twenty-four (24) Township Thirty (341) (South, Nauge Twenty-nine (29; West o! the 6th P. M., and barring and excluding you of and from all ripht, title, estate, interest or Hen in, to, or upon tfcjri ippe ty and every part, thereof, and jierpetually enjoining you from asserting any claim of title lu naiJ premises adverse to claim of plaintiff. Judgment wi'i also be rrndtnd lor costs and tor equitable relief. Seal. Frank S. Sullivan. Attest. Attorney for Plaintiff. John Elliott, Clerk. Road Notice. I'ir.st published July 13, I1" Stule of Kansas, Meade county, is; To Whom it May Concern: Tnke Notice, That a leynl petition tinned liy II. W. Isenbardt mid oilier l.ouseliulilers of Fowler Township, in said county, has been preienled to the Hoard of county com missioners, praying for (lie nnrrowiny of n public road as follows: Deginning at the sr cor. of vec. 2331-27 thence west two miles to the soulh west cor, of sec. 22-31-27: !v commencing at the south east cor. of- sec. 22-31-27. thence north one mile to the north raMYoriicr of sec. 22-31-27 Wft of (th I'. M Said rtnd to he narrowed 10 40 feet. And that said hoard lint appointed ilnny weet, Henry Mever and I"ia:ik Meyer, Viewers, who will im-t't at the point of h:-in ning of sanl road, as petitioned lot, on the 27, day of J ,ily 1017 lit 2 o'clock I'. M. and proceed to view said road. ' as law duetts, at which time anil pliice all persons interested may attend and have a hearing. In case said viewers fail to meet on the day designated, they may meet the following day. as provid ed hy law, without further notice. Witness my hand and the otlicial sea! 0 said county, this 5th day nf July 1917. W. W. Tiessly, county cleik. Road Notice. First published July 12, 1917. State of Kansas, Meade county, ss: To Whom it May Concern: Take notice, that a legal petition tigned by 1,1. J. Rexroad and other householders of West Plains and Cimarron Townships, in (said county, has been presented to the Board of county cemmiiaionets, praying for the location of a public road as follows: Beginning at the nw cor. of sec 30-33-29 thence east four miles to the south east cor. of sec. 22-33-29 west 6th P. M. And that said hoard has appointed A. J. Austin, Edw. ) eld man and A. Vaught, Viewers, who will meet at the point of be ginning of said road, as petitioned for, on the 17th day of July V9'7 at o'clock F. M. and proceed to view said road, as low di rects, at which time and place all persons in terested may attend and have a hearing. In case said viewers fail to meet on the day designated, they may meet on the following day, as provided by law, without further notice. Witness my hand and the official seal of sad county, this 5th day of July 1917. W. W. l'ressly, county clerk. ROAD NOTICE Stateiol Kansas, Meade County, sb. To whom it may concern: Take Notice, That a legal petition signed hy M A. Horner and other householders of Logan .& !-and Creek Township, in said County, has been presented to the Board of County Commissioners, praying fur .the va cation of.a.public road, as fuliows, mi.: Beginning at the se cor. of sec. 19-33-26 theace west and southwest to the soulh west cor- of sec. 30-33-26, same being part of road No. 14. And that said Board has sppoiated John Cordes, A. B. Roberts and T. B. Novinger Viewers, who Jwill meet at the point of lie ginning of said. road, as petitioned for, on the 7th. day of August, 1917 at 2 o clock f. M. and proceed to view said road, as the law directs, at which time and place all per sons interested may attend and have a hear ing. Id case said viewers fail to meet on the day designated, they may meet on . the following day, as provided by law, without further notice. Witness mv hand and the official seal of said County, this 5th day of July, 1917. W. "W. PRESSLT, (Seal) County Clerk, Road Notice. First .published July 12, 1917. State of Knrisat, Meade county, ss: To Whom it may concern: 'Take Notice, That a legal petition signed by J. C. F. McCauley and otliei householders of Fowler Township, in said county, has been presented to the Hoard ol county com missioners, praying for the location of a pub lic road as follows: Heginning at the ne cor. of sec. 1-30-27 west 6th P. M., and running weM -on the north line of said section one for a .distance of one mile, said road to be 25 feet wide and ending at the north west corner of said section one. And that said board lias appointed John Cordes, A. B. Roberts arxl T. B. Novinjger Viewers, who will meet t he point of beginning of said road, as petitioned for, on the 301I1 day of July loi7at 11 o'clock A. M. and proceed to view said road, as law directs, at which time and place all persons interested may attend and have . a hearing. In case said viewers fail to meet on the day designat ed, they may meet on the following day, asj provided by law, without further notice. Witness my hand and the official seal of said county, this 5th day of July 1917. W. W. Pressly, county cleik. Spend Your Vacation this Summer on the Northern Lakes Countless resorts in the woods and lake region of Northern Iowa, Minneso- , ta, Wisconsin, Michigan, and numerous famous outing places along the , Atlantic Coast. Reasonable expense, low round-trip fare and hotels to fit every purse. Let us tell you just where to go, what to see and how little it costs. See ticket agent or write - J. A. STEWART eoeral Paeaeafer Aieal City, Me. Safety and Service First New Time Card In Effect WEST UUl'NP No. 1 1'assenger 12:20 P. M. Makes nil Stops No. 3 Limited 0:59 P. M., No Strps , No. 33 1:00 A. M. No. 83 I-ocol 3:05 P. M. EAST POUND No. 2 Passenger 1 1 :oc A. H. Makes all stops east of Pratt Stops only nt county seats, including Plains, Meade. Powler, and Mmneola No. 4 Limited 7:51 A. M. No stops , No. 34 3:10 P. M No. 34 tarries siee-pcr out of llutchintion, going east. No. 82 I-ocal 9:45 A. M. O. J. pettle, Agent. Real Estate Transfers Silas Pontius to Henry W Bohling, Lots 18,19,20 and 21, Blk 20, Wichita Add. to Meade, $1.00, Henry W Bohling to Silas W Pontius, W of NEK 27 34 28, 1.00. Eusebia S Coucb fo Verlan S Couch, SW 33 30-26, 1 00. L F Schuhmacber to T H Mc Queen, E of NW and N4 of SW 28-33-28, J. 00. David Kilpatrick to Franic L McAdams. SE 21 33 29, 1260. G WArmentrout to W S Ar- Juvanile Court Juvaoilc Court has been ex ceeding: busy with tbe small boys the past weeik. Tbe first was tbe adjustment of difficulties which arose between two of tbe boys last Sunday. Tbe two star per formers are oow under "sus pended sentence". The next duty of tbe Court was toadtmoister punishment to a couple more who were aa tried witbgune, Their sentence bas has not yet been pronounced. We refrain at this time from disclosing the boys' names. fiiqgling Brothers Are -Coming This Way Announcment is made that on Tuesday, August 7th, Kiogling Bros, circus will givt perform ances at Dodge City, afternoon only. The famous showmen are this season presenting an all new and wonderfui program. Tbe tremend uous fairyland spec tacle, "Cinderella" will ..appeal to both young and old. " More than 1000 persons take part in it. It is easily tbe biggest spec tacle Ringling Bros, have ever staged and its glorious "Ballet of the Fairies" with 300 dancing girls, is in itself worth going many miles to see. Following "Cinderella" 400 arenic artists will appear in tbe main tent pro gram. lheKingungs have se cured scores of circus perform ers never before seen in Amer ica. An entire trained animal show has been made a 'part of the'main tent program this seas on. Tbe menagerie now num bers 1009 wild animals. The elephants, including "Big Bingo" the earth's largest pachyderm, have been increased to 41 and al mose 800 horses are carried. There will be (0 clowns and a big free tbres-mile street parade show day morning. mentrout, NWX 9 33-20, 1.00. John Henry Jordan to J A Denslow, SE 5 32 28, 1.00 . J W Cooper to J A Denslow, SW 5 32 78, 1.00. John D Jones to Jesse. G Baufcbman, Lots 8, 9 and 10 Blk 186 Plains, 1.00. Clayton E Synott to Don D Otto, NW 25 31-26, 1000.00. FredricA Smith to Harold O Smith; Lots 23 apd 24 Blk 2 O S Meade, 500.00. John W Bang b man lo J A Shark, Lot 15 Blk 8 Plains, 1 00- Same to Dean Shelton, Lot II Blk 8 Plains, 1 00. f'i-SsfT..--. m aw Save Your Straw Farmer, spare that straw stack! "Three doUars worth of plant food goes up in smoke ev ery time a ton of straw is burn ed"declares R. I. Throckmor ton, associate professor of ag ronomy in the Kansas State Ag ricultural college. Many Kan sas farmers are overlooking the chief by-product of the farm. Tbe soils in Kansas are be coming deficient rapidly in or ganic matter and straw is a means of increasing thatcontent Wheat fields produce quantities of ayailable straw. The best way to use straw to bed stock with it. By this method, tbe moisture content of tbe manure is absorbed by the straw. What straw cannot be used in this manner can be ap plied. as a surface dressing to the soil in tbe late fall or winter months. Straw should be scat tered with uniform thickness at the rate of one ton per acre. The surface dressing acts as a soil muich and thus prevents loss of water during rains. It also aids in holding tbe snow and in preventing winteakilling. Missler Items We bad another fine rain last week. Ed Hickey left last week for tbe eastern part of the state. Mr. Henry Schuster and fam ily pent Sunday "with relatives in Meade. Misses Ruth and Helen Miller left last Tuesday for Arkalon, Kansas for a week's visit with friends. Miss Rubv Fahrenwald left last Tuesday for Murdock, Kan sas, where she will make an ex tended stay. Rev. C. W. Oyer of Ft. Wayne, Indiana, and Mr. Schlichty of Minneola, Kansas visited at the home of E. Basicger, Wednes day. Mr. Winters and Schuster and families went into the breaks south of Missler looking for plums last Tuesday. If you want seed wheat on a fifth-crop share basis, get in your order to the Kansa coun cil of defense yight away. One hundred acres plowed deep in July and well tended and sowed to wheat early is be Iter, taLiog one,' year with another, than 200 acres plowed shallow and late -or carelessly disked, and it takes only one half as much of that high priced see1. "WTien you pay mote than Fisj prices, you pay for something that does not exist " No This Man Smiles! HE has found a real Non-Skid tire one of the few tires with ' tread so constructed that it actually protects against dan gers of wet pavements and muddy roads. And the price is fair and right. mm f S?v mB? Mil mjm-:K irnimEQ Standard of Tira Value Plow Deep and Early Men of long experience in tbe best mjthods of wheat raising will be on the wheat committee of the Kansas council of defense and those who wish to get seed on the fiftb-crop basis will be required to use the best possible care in preparing the seed bed, asjtbere is no seed wheat to waste on poor ground. The wheat must be given a fair cbauce to live. Early and deep plowing will satisfy itself that every effort bas been made to do this. Where this isimpossible, double is.disking in July or early August will be used, and plowing -later on A six-year demonstration shows an average of 22 bush els per acre yield for early deep plowing as against 13 for late shallow plowing. It has been demonstrated by many years of practical exper ience that in Western Kansas, where wheat stools freely, there is no use of sowing a .bushel or a bushel and a half of seed per acre. Half a bushel makes exactly as much wheat when sowed on well prepared ground early in'the fall as a bushel to two bushels late in tbe fall. There will be no high flown theories or half baked ideas tried out; just plain common sense backed by long actual field ex- peaience. If tbe seed supply should be short, those wbo have tbe ground in the best condition will be given first chance at it. Home Canning Editor News: I have been requested by tbe National Emergency Food Gar den Commission to ask the co operation of the newspapers of my district in getting, before the people an important announce ment. This Commission is com posed of a number of tbe most prominent men in tbe country. Among its members are Luther Burbank, Dr. Charles W. Eliot, John Hays Hammond, Fairfax Harrison, Myron T. Herrick, Carl Vrooman, James Wilson and others of equal prominence. In an endeavor to prove of all possible assistance to the house keepers of tbe country in their efforts to conserve food and to use raw materials to the best possible advantage the Commis sion bas issued manuals on home canning and home drying of vegetables and . fruits. Copies of these' manuals will be sent free of charge to those who may apply for them. In order to si Wonder Fak Tires For Sale Efy ' Co-operative Elev ator & Supply Co. cure them address National Emergency Food Garden Com mission, 1410 H. St., Washing ton, D. C. I trust you may publish this . notice so that tbe women of your community who are interested in securing copies of these val uable manuals may know where to apply, i ,Tbanking you for your coop eratiop, I am, Sincerely yours, Jouett Shouse. Patriotism doesn't mean yell ing. It is the man who produc es the real stuff, not the rooster in the grandstand wbo wins the games. That is why the farm erwill win the war. J. E. Saggars CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Shop in Simpson Bldg. Phone 49. Meade, Kansas J. I. STAMPER AUCTIONEER MEADE, KANSAS Phone 73 or 273 Dr. D. I. ROUSH Physician & Surgeon, Ready for calls day or night. I Diagnosis. Spondylo therapy (spinal treatment) PhoDe 102. Meade, Kansas 9 Dr. G. A. Davies F. R. C S. (Edinburgh) Physician and Surgeon. Alto Eye, Ear, Noceand Throat Specialist. Phonal 30 or 293 Meade, Kmu C. J. CO VALT, AUCTIONEER Meade, Kansas' TERMS: 2 per cent on first $1,000 and 1 per cent there after. SIX PER CENT MONEY On Your Farm Interest Payable Annually , Frank Fuhr, Meade, Kansa Offic over Fira National Bank T AV AW" AT AWJir AW JV-JVAW AWJW'AVA - E TJKAarjrArAVArAorAiTAWArA&ArA Catholic Services the third Sunday of each month at 10 o'clock. All ire welcome. Father Anthony Herman, Pastor. Christian Bible School 10:00 a. m. Communion services 11:00a m Christian Endeavor at 6:45 Evening services 7:45 p m Prayer me'eting, Wed 7:42 pro Choir-Practice 8:30 p m The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon) At Missler. Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. Preaching services 11:00 a. m. and 8:15 p. m. All welcome, Elder E. Basinger in charge. We will have a very interest ing lesson from tbe Book of Mormon in our Sunday School next Sunday at 10 a m. regard ing prophecies of this America being a favored, land . of tbe Lord. Come and study with us. Er Basinger, Elder in charge. 1'; u