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-J W.iVA.,, We Have In Stock . A full Assortment 6f Dress Goods, Ladies' Misses and Childrens Underwear and Blankets. . Call and see them At WEHRLE'S War Saving Stamps ON SALE AT FIRST NATIONAL BANK A $5.00 stamp for $4.12. Pays 4 per cent interest compounded quarterly. You can find no better savings .investment than this. We have 25c stamps, for the children until they have saved enough to buy a five dollar certificate. These stamps should be in every home. Come in and let us explain the matter to you. First National Bank Meade, Kansas. Capital and Earnings $50,000.00 We Wish You A Happy New Year We take this opportunity to thank our friends and customers for their patron age during the past, and earnestly solicit an ever increasing volume of your busi ness during 1918. BRADEN GROCERY CO. Phone 91. ,v Meade, Kansas NEW DEPARTMENT at Red Front Variety Store Boys' Shoes $1.98 to $2.48 Mens' Shoes $2.98 to $3.98 Candy Candy Candy 20c, 25c, and 30c lb. G. M. Brown & Co., Props. Advertise in TheN ews To solicit orders for lubricat ing: oils, greases and paints. Sal ary or commission. Address Tbe Harvey Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio. For Sale One good heavy work mare $35.00 Geo. J. Ginder, 8 miles south and 8 miles east of Meade. Miss Julia Peed returned to Hutchinson Sunday. Brown's Tire shop is the place to get your tire work done in Meade. Bring your tire and tube work to Brown's tire shop,' Meade Kansas. Lieut. Bernard McMeel leaves tomorrow as per government orders. The dance at the opers house last Friday evening was enjoyed by all present. The weather is fine but snow or rain would be much better for the crops. Dr. Lytle is at his home in Lawrence for a two week's stay with his family. J. I. Stamper went to Wichita Wednesday and will be absent for several days. Miss Ruth Smiley spent the holidays at the home of her bro ther, H. E. Smiley and family. Mr9. Roy Jones, of Forgan, Oklahoma, spent the first of tbe week with Meade friends. i J. D. Conwill and family have returned to their home in Pratt. They spent the holidays at the Fuhr home. Blatchfords Calf Meal Save 1-4 the cost of raising a calf. Feed Blatchford Calf Meal in your separated milk and sell the butter-fat to the Creamery. There is where you make the money. 25 lb. sacks of meal, $1.75 M. & M. DRUG COMPANY 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 Smoke your meat with Mur phy's "Old Hickory" Fluid Smoke. The taste tells the tale. 75c a bottle. Mrs. John Parks is making an extended visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. S. Martin at Trinidad, Colorado. Miss Rose Colgan left Satur day for her home in LaCross Wisconsin after a months visit writh her ' brothers', " J. tt., and Wm. and wife. Harry French, who is located at Camp Fuoston, spent New Year's day with his wife and mother, in this city. ' - Miss Marjorie Gilyeat return ed to 0.-.vet;o last Sunday, aft:r a ten days stay with her mother, Mrs. R M. Painter. i Mr. K. V Flet:.he-of this city was elected oecretary ot the State checker tournament held this week in Ilutcl.inson. Miss Edith Smith, of Hutchin son, has been en ployed to fill the vacancy in the Meade school caused by the resignation of Mrs. Lennen. Real Estate Transfers Cornelius J. Classen to Peter J.RempelSE 12-34 27 1,300 Emma L. Montgomery to Mil ton H. Snyder E & SW of NE 24-32-28 3200 H. F. Teeter to E. W. Bocook NE NW & SWtf 5-31-28 10,000 John W. Wenta to Stephen A. Wenta SE 30-31-26 1.00 John A.' Collingwood to Wil- burn C. Ebersole SE 11-30 30 2600 S. P. Northcutt to Fred M. Collingwood Nj4 21 and S'j of NW and of SW 16 all in 33-29 3800 Agnes E. Friesen to Peter E. Friesen N and SE of NE and SW of NW 36 32-28 Love and affection. Jacob Reimer to Corneliue H. Doerkson N of NW 32-32-37 Love and affection Same to Jacob J. Reimer S of SE 21-32 27 Love and affection Bert R. Ford to P. C. Nickel son, lots 9 and 10 block 187 Plains 200 Abraham R. Smith to Frank M. Price, lot 11 block 6 Citizens addition to Meade 400 G. W. Wilson to L. W, John son SE 9 34-26 3000 John A. Collingwood to Co-Op. Equity Exchange 16-100 of an acre in SE 1-4 26 31 29 75 Raymond E. Roberts to Frank A. Plotner SW 1 4 3K52 29 2400 J. W Caughman to Jaa Fitz gerald lot 10 Block 67, lot 9 block 90, Plains 1 00 Same to T. J. Farmer lots 50 and 52 block 13, Plains 1.00 Maggie E. Cheney to P. E. Clark 'i int in lots 3 and 4 in 15 35-26 43S 2S TIME CARD WEJJT BOUND No. I Passenger is:30 P. M. Makes all Stops No. 3 Limited 9:59 P. M. No Stops No. 33 1:00 A. M. No. 83 Local 3:05 P. M. EAST BOUND No. 2 Passenger 1 1:00 A. M. Make all (tops east of Pratt Stops only at county seats, including Plains Meade, Fowler, ami Minneola No.' 4 Limited 7:51 A. M. , No stops No. 34 . 3:10 P. M.. No. 34 carries sleeper out .of Hutchinson, going east. No. 81 Ixxal 9:45 A. M. O. J. Detfie, Agent. CJ. COVALT, AUCTIONEER Meade, Kansas TERMS: 2 per cent on. first $1,000 and 1 per cent there after. For Sale For Sale: One extra good white face bull calf about a ytar old. J.W.Edwards 47 if- For Sale One registered mare and driv. ing harness. See A- O. Rosen berry. For Sale One fine bay mare, 5 years old Jacob K. v riesen see Wanted Pasture for four or five horses Jacob R. Friesen Notice All parties desiring Federal Farm loans before March 1, 1918 will please make application be fore January 10, 1918. C. C. Wilson, SeoTreas. TYPISTS-STENOGRAPHERS Same to Same lot 15-35 26 1 and 2 in 870.30 P. E. Clark to West & Hiifgin botham lots 1, 2, 3, and 4 in 15-36-26 1.00 And Get Results Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gar- low, of Lincoln Nebraska spent Christmas week with M. T. Gar- ,, . , , ... ... . , , ... ., Nothing else bike It In low and wife, of this city. Mr, . Garlow is preparing to enter tbe , , , , .. . . 1 here has never been anything in signal corps of the aviation sec- ... ... ..... t. 1 Meade with the INS FAN 1 action of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine etc., as mixed in Ad!er-i-k.i. ONK Fop A Weak Stomach 'j SPOONFUL Hushes the KNTIRF; As a general rule all you need to j bowel tract so completely it relieves do is to adopt a diet suited to your ANY CASK sour stomach, gas oi and occupation and to keen ! constipation anil nrevents aooendi- yotir bowels regular. When you feel that you have eaten too much and when constipated, take one of Chamberlain's Tablets. citis 1 he INSTANT, p'casant, ictioti f-f .Vtler-i-ka surprises b'th doctors and patients. M & M Drug Company. I Will Master You If You Don't Master Pain If you suffer from any Ache or Pain, take One or Two of They seldom fail to Relieve and do not contain any Habit-forming c!rug3. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. The Government neeil thousands for departments it Washington, D. C. Men and Women Kntranue salaiy f looo lu ilhxi a year. Apply to representative of U. S. Civil Service Commission Post OHice, this city. DO YOUR BIT! DO IT NOW! Dr. J. A. Gilman DENTIST All Dental Work Guaranteed Office in Buis Bldg. Meade, Kansas An Old Man's Stomach As we grow older arid less active less and less food is required to meet the demands of our bodies. If too much is -liihiuil'y taken, the stomach will rebel. Whan a tnsa reaches the advanced age of So or 8o, you will find that he, is a light eater. lie as careful as you will, however, you will occasionally eaf more than you should and will feel the need of Chamberlain's Tablets to correct the disorder. These tab lets do not cofitiiin pepsin, but strengthen the stomach and enables it to perform its functions r.atura'ly They aUirrniise a gentle rgoven(rt of thd bowels.