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Meade County news. (Meade, Kan.) 1900-1918, September 05, 1918, Image 5

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BUY
All
i
wooien
Goods
Because of the alarming scarcity of wool
and the fact that the Governmen: is re
quiring a large percent of ilie 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 WEHRLE'S
We are Headquarters
for
Staple and
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.
Read The News, the official
paper of Meade county.
Your Strength
By Conserving Your
Nervous Energy
For Nervousness or
Sleeplessness, Try
A Nerve Sedative contain
ing Ingredients recognized
by Specialists as having
great value in the Treat
ment of Nervous Diseases.
AT ALL DRUGGISTS -
MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind.
Meade schools opened Mon
day. .
Mrs. Judd Reynolds of Mns
cow Kansas, is spending this?
week at the Hoon home.
The Edwards Burford family
reunion was held Sunday, Sep
tember first at the home of W. A
Burford, south east of Fowler.
Seventy were present, all rela
ives G. M. Edwards and wife, of
Dodpe City arrived in Meade
last week for a short stay with
relatives.
A meeting of the Meade coun
ty Farmerslnstitute will be held
some time in October at which
time the list of premiums prev
iously advertised will be paid,
Walib for date.
Births
To Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wilson,
born August .31st, a girl, whom
ilicy have named Velma Neville.
There's a picture of you in
your soldier's memory, but he is
expecting a new one, as you are
to-day, to take its place. See
Backe at Meade, he makes the
good kind.
. NOTICE TO REGISTRANTS
That on Thursday, Septem
ber 12th, 1918, every man whp
has not reached his 4lith birth
day, and every youth who
reaches his 18th birthday on
Registration day must register
at the following places . in
Meade County:
Fowler Township and City
Ed Walls ollice.
Crooked Creek Artesian
School House.
Mertilla Mertilla School
House.
Plains Township and City
Coons & Jacobs ollice. '
Meade Center Township and
City Court House.
Logan Townshop Lakeview
School House.
Sand Creek Valley Grove
School House.
Odee School House Dist. 21.
Cimarron East Glendale
School House.
LOCAL BOARD,
By L. G. KRISLE,
Chairman,
Mrs. A. B. Steele and little
Bobbie have arrived in Meade.
C. H. Burford of Hutchinson
spent the first of the week in
Meade.
B. R. Murphy and family re
turned the latter part of last
week from Sterling, Kansas.
J. J. Mohler and wife have
returned to Wichita for the
winter.
Mrs. C. A. Wood returned
last week from a month's stay
with friends in Wichita.
L. F. Schuhmacher has re
turned from a month's stay in
Colorado. That family will re
main at Manitou for the winter.
Cash Shelhammer of Fowler
left Tuesday for Ft. Riley,
where he goes as a special or
limited service man.
George Arnold has again re
turned to Meade, after a sever
al weeks stay with his parents
in the south.
Robert Campbell is home
from Kansas University for a
short stay. He is just recover
ing from an attack of typhoid
fever.
M. T. Garlow and wife moved
this week to the Schumacher
property, which they have
leased for a year.
'
Mrs. Louis Boehler and
daughter, Miss Dorothy, re
turned Friday from a summer's
stay in Californa.
Mrs. C. A. Marrs accompan
ied by Frances and Shelby
Price, returqed Friday from
California, where they spent
the summer with Ben F. Bolen
and family.
School Supplies
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
Your SOUL can't be happy unless your SOLES are at ease
Discomfort in 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, womea, and children. These shoes are in all the new and
popular lasts and leather and a FIT Is guaranteed. Consult us
F.WVFICK
There's a picture of you La
yoaaaoMier'a memory but he is
expecting a new oae, as you are
to-day, to take its plaoa. Saa
Backa at Meade, ke makes the
good IrinoV
Presbyterian
No Pastor at present.
Catholic
Services the third Sunday of
each month at 10 o'clock. All
are welcome.
father Anthony Herman,'?
Pastor.
The Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saint
(Mormon) At Missler v
Sunday School u:uu a. m.
Preaching services 9:00 p. m
Elder E. Basinger, in charge
The News $1.00 a Year Take it
Episcopalian
Rlv. C.E. McWilliams,
Rector.
Jesse Hink, a grandson of Mr. !
and Mrs. Louis smith, and who
is now with the colors, passefl
thru Meade the first of the
week on a troop train, goinf
east.
Miss Gwendolyn Dav has rc-
turne ) Meade and expects to
ilte school here this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dav will ar-
ivc about October 1st.
Mrs. F. G. Holderman has re
ceived her fall stock of millin-
rv and will shortly advertise
ut fall opening.
There, will
the Kxeculive
be a meeting of
Hoard of Ihe
Meade County Farm Bureau
next Saturday, at, which all
ice presidents are expected !o
)e present.
Mrs. Dan Harvey, accompan
ied lv her father, R. Buis, left
uesday morning for Cam)'
uns;-)", v.'-.fv jlie will visit
ter husband, Dan Harvey, who
js at die present lime located
IlKTC. i
Mead's third annual cliau-
tuiKUi'.i closed last Salurdav,
it'd lho.se who attended say the
irogram this vear was the best
et. From a financial stand
point the -undertaking was n
success, when the crop condi
tions are considered, and it is
known that the guarantors
were only assessed $2.00 each
to make up the deficit. The
contract for next year was
signed, and it is expected that
the program will be superior to
the one givn tiiis yar.
Naxarene
Sabbath' School 10:00 a. m.
Preaching at 11:00 a. m.
Preaching 8:30 p. m.
Prp.yer meeting Friday 8:30
. Rev. J."Lloyd. Pastor.
BDI1
Dr. J. A. Gilman
DENTIST
All Dental Work
Guaranteed
Office in Buis B'dg.
Meade, Kansas
J J. STAMPER
AUCTIONEER
MEADE, KANSAS
Phone 73 or 273
September
Tuesday, the 3rd Wal'
man 3 miles west and
south of Fowler ,
Thursday the 5th Levi C.
9 miles east and 1 mile n:rt
Meade.
I m.le
Don't wait until Uncle Sam -y
"Come" but have your picture
taken now and have the pleasure
of eiviri them to vour fripnds
before you po. See Backe a
Meade, he makes the best.
What The Packers
Do For You
Not very many years ago in the
history of the world, the man that lived
in America had to hunt for his food,
or go without
Now he sits down at a table and
decides what he wants to eat; or his
wife calls up the market and has it sent
home for hirru And what he gets is
incomparably better.
Everyone of us has some part in
the vast human machine, called
society; that makes all' this conven
ience possible.
The packer's part is to prepare
meat and get it to every part of the
country sweet and fresh to obtain it
"from the stock raiser, to dress it, cool
it, ship it many miles in special refrig
gerator cars, keep it cool at distrib
uting points, and get it into the
consumer's hands your hands 't
through retailers, all within about
two weeks.
For this service so perfect and
effective that you are scarcely aware
that anything is being done for you
you pay the packers an average profit
of only a fraction of a cent a pound
above actual cost on every pound of
meat you eat.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
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