Newspaper Page Text
All woolen Goods Because of the alarming scarcity of wool and the fact that the Government is re quiring a large percent of the supply on hand, prices of woolen goods will soon be much higher than at the present. Prudent buyers will forestall this rise by bying all woolen goods now, and buy in such quantities as will be likely to carry them for some time. We still have a limited supply of the best at present 'prices. Buy before prices jump and while we have an assortment. At WEHRLES We are Headquarters for Staple ancl Fancy Groceries BRADEN GROCERY CO. Phone 91. Meade, Kansas Just Arrived New McCall Fall Quarterly. Au thentic fall style guide.. Don't over-' look this extraordinary bargain You pay 25 cents for the' quarterly, which contains a 15-cent pattern cou pon, which makes your style book cost you in reality only 10 cents. R. A. McGUIRE Cash Store. Chas. Fee is home on ,a fur lough. , . ; Rain would be greatly appre ciated. " ' - ' J. W.-Russel of Plains was in Meade Tuesday. '. Evan Hoon is assisting in F. 0. Brown's tire repair sliop. E. C. Lcnper and family re turned Friday from Colorado. Mrs. G. A. Nicholson of Plains attended Chautauqua Tuesday. Mrs. J. W. Russel of Plains is visiting her father, J. M. Wood, and attending Chautauqua. Miss Marjorie Bodle has re turned from a summer's stay in Lawrence. THE STATE FAIR The Kansas State Fair will be held at Hutchinson, Septem-j ber 14-21 this year. All Departments of the Fair j will be filled with interesting; exhibits and the Livestock will! lead all others in nnpressive ness. Entertainment of the high est quality is provided. The free attractions arc alone worth the price of admission. Everything else may be higher in price but the price at the Kansas State Fair Admission Gates remains the same as heretofore. Barney' Oldfield will race against Fred Horey for . the World's Aulo Championship on Monday, September, lGlh. This is a race of three heats of five miles each. This will be the opening day for the free at tractions. There will also be trotting, pacing and running races. Monday night will also occur the first production of the "World at War." A great day and night filled with thrills. On 1-inlay aiternoon the great race between Glen Breed, j driving a - Hudson Super-Six and Aug. Huc'dahl driving the fastest racing car of J. Alex Sloan. It is a Fair for everybody and all arc invited. Excursion rates on all railroads. Washington, D. C, Aug. 26. About 2G0.0C0 unnaturalized Germans live in the United States and have registered with police and postmasters under the enemy alien regulations. the department of justice re ported today. The registrations tor males was held in January and a few additional Germans arc being recorded from time to time. Reports of the regis trauon r ot German women more than two months ago have not yet been fully tabu lated. but it is believed less than 200,000 enrolled. Tin liaures do not include the in terned Germans whose numbe never has been made public. SEARS AND ROEBUCK ADVERTISE Sears and Roebuck must have secured a copy of the Goodwell News of recent date find found that the merchant of this nk'ce were a little slov about advertising, and so con eluded to do a Utile themselvc for last Sunday a whole true load ot their catalogues come in the mail addressed to !h farmers and other prospective buyers and it will be oniv a short time until the money or (!'. window at the post ofticc v'il be overtaxed, sending Tex as counly dollars to Chicago for goods that they could buy at home much' cheaper, if the merchants would only adver tise and let the. people know that they have what they want. Goodwell News; J. F.' Conrad 'of Fowler was n Meade Monday. School Supplies Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Moehler eft last Monday for Wichita, Kansas.' U. S. Marshal O. T. Wood was in Meade a few hours Sat urday. B. E. Keown and family re turned Sunday from a two weeks stay in Colorado. Miss Flora Rogers and moth er, arrived in Meade the latter part of last week. Miss Carolyn D. White of Ashland is spending this wecl in Meade with her parents.- Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Clark, of Maquoketa, Iowa, are at the home of Mrs. May It. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wilson of Cannier, Kentucky, spent last week at the home of their son, C. C. Wilson, and wife. Mrs. May Ellis has returned to her home in Yates Center, af ter a week's stay at the home of her aunt, Mrs. V. Lawson, and family. " F. O. Brown, the tire repair man, is now located in th Sourbier building, where he u equipped to repair any tube or casing you may bring him. We have a complete list of School Books and School Supplies. Get your school books early and have them when school commences. Remember school books are cash. M. & M. DRUG COMPANY HAPPY SOLES NYour SOUL can't be htppy unlesn your SOLES are at ease Discomfort ia the SOLES causes misery of the SOUL Your soles will be comfortable and perfectly at ease if they are securely reposing in a pair of our up-to-date, perfect fitting SHOES For men, women, a popular lasts and nd children. These shoes are in all the new and leathers and a FIT is guaranteed. Consult us F. W. FICK There's a picture of you in your soldier's memory but he is expecting a new one, at you are to-day, to take its place. See Backe at Meade, he makes the good kind. 1 3v avi cwcViw i Presbyterian No Pastor at present. Word 'has reached Meade that J. R. Helm, who formerly managed the Red Front Varie" ty store, is in bad health, and that the worst is expected. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Twist re turned last week, from Colo rado and New Mexico, where they had been for six weeks. Mrs. Emil L. Larson left Wednesday for Melvern, Kan sas, where she will teach this year. Her mother, Mrs. Josit Rhodes, accompanied her. Catholic Services the third Sunday of each month at 10 o'clock. All are welcome. Father Anthony Herman, Pastor. Cattlemen's Carnival Garden City, Kansas August 282930 1918 The Eighth Annual Cattlemen's Carnival will be the best contest in Frontier Sports evec held ia Garden City. Many World's Champions and Noted Performers will take part, among them: J. H. Strickland Rufus Holland C. W. Pardee Can Offctt Joe Garener The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon) At Missler j Sunday School 11:00 a. m. i Preaching services 9:00 p. m Elder E. Basinger, in charge ' Episcopalian Rev. C.E. McWiUiams, Rector. The appearance of the school yard has been improved by the removal of the dirt excavated from the basement of the new building. Same was used fo? filling in and grading. All the business houses closed from 3:.l6 to 5:00 this week, with the exception of Saturday, in order that every one might attend Chautauqua. Meade Chautauqua opened Tuesday with a good attend ance, and everyone seems to be enjoying the attractions. Tlie program is above the average. The big Pratt County Fair be gins September 10th anil Inula lour days. An unusually line program has been arranged and Pratt is prepared to take care of the big crowd that wih attend. Pratt county is among the pro v;er(.;n. counties of the stale, ami excellent crops there iiinurc a large exhibit of farm product in addition to other en tertainment features. Ndzarene Sabbath School 10:00 a. m. Preaching at 11:00 a. m. Preaching 8:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Friday 8:30 Rev. J. Lloyd. Pastor. Dr. J. A. Gilman DENTIST All Dental Work Guaranteed v Office in Buii Bldg. Meade, Kansas CARD OF THANKS I desire in this way to thank my Meade county friends who supported me at the primary August sixth, and lo assure them lliul 1 fully appreciate their vole. i;. C. LKPPKH. Don't wait u.itil Uncle S'm says "Come" but have your jiicure taken txr.v ami. have the pleasure "t t'lvinir i It em to vour tri-THi; be!i! p y: i! . S e Eccke a Me?.tie. !n- makes ::c h&it J. I. STAMPER AUCTIONEER MEADE, - KANSAS Phone 73 or 273 August Saturday the 24th Rev. i'ml ips, Meade. Thursday the 2'h J. A. Sell midt, mill's southeast i '"-pe laqd. September Tuesday, the 3rd Walt. Kris man 3 milts west and I :.. 'e south of Fowler Thursday the 5th Levi Casey ') miles east an 1 1 mi:e n ,r:!i n' Meade. Bert Wier Charles Wier Cliff King Maud Tarr . Montana Belle Leonard Stroud Sam Garrett Fred Bceson Mildred Douglas Prairie Rose Henderson and many others Four thousand dollars in prizes Three days of real western life DeKor, the famous French aviator will give daily exhibition flights in a Curtiss War Scout Biplane He will do the Loop the Loop, the Wing over Wing, the Upside Down and all the other fancy stunts. General Admission 50 cents Grand Stand 50 cents Plus War Tax Make Reservations in advance if you want to he sure to get seats. Kansas State Fair HUTCHINSON September 14 to 21, 2918 7 Great Races Daily Automobile Raring 2 Days BARNEY OLDFIELD, Monday, Sebtember 16th . World at War Grand Pyrotechnic , Spectacle 5 Nights Most Gigantic Night Entertainment Ever Devised Military, Martial, & Concert Bands iOOOO square feet of Government Exhibits from the Departmsnts of Agriculture, Wer, Navy, Interior, and Connmarce and Food Administration. . Excursion Rates on all Railroads H.S. THOMPSON, Pres. A. L. SPONSLER, Secy.