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V. A.'S" RIVAL OF "V. C.'S"!
Volunteer Aid Now Vleing With
Wearer of Victoria Cros on
Battlefield of Europe.
-All the world over "V. C." is
teowB to mean but one thing, and
ibe man who can write those letters
after his name is illustrious indeed,
..for the Victoria cross has come to
be one of the premier decorations
for bravery. But there is a new com-
- bination of letters which means
almost as much, writes a war corre
spondent. These two letters, "V.
A.," signify volunteer aid, and are
the abbreviation applied to a host of
brave women who have dedicated
themselves to work on the battle
3elds of Europe.
It is not given to all women, how
ever, to fuee the stern front of war.
There are other tasks than attending
wounded under lire, and some cf the
meanest fort, which lievirtholes.-
o. T1..T'? .; c..r:;"..!-.u in
v.'hig i-t l.oivi-, hi,:! iji;'
Ami i'i!g!iMiV ; v 'i:;.
t' (Initio a lav:'' ; ;,.irc ...
So the "V. A." )i;is ecu--ice
iJi I he aliediun of iiie
ml oniy to the " V.
OBLI.vat'KNT TAX NOTICE FOH THE TEAR INT
Firei 1'ublmhed A utfuxt 8 1918
County Treasurer's Office. July 19. 1918.
Notice is hereby given that I will sell at public auction at the County Treas
urer s office in the City of Meade, Kan., on the first Tuesday of September, 1918,
being; the ira thereof, commencing- at V o clock each day until the sale is com
pleted, bo much of each tract of land or town lot included in this list as may be
necessary to pay the taxes and charges thereon for the year 1917 and previous
years. When not otherwise designated the tax is for 1917.
J. M. Keiley, CounLy Treasurer.
Fvwler Towaabip
nW n-ilt-i 14.18
16. US
17.10
2ti.ll
must be C;
hospital,
and me: '
teer aids ;
this wo:':,
to have a v
British j
C."
A hrse mini'-ier of American
women Lave become volunteer aid?.
Anu mere are women c.t otlitr racec j
is well who help t.i r.ial;a n the i
great orfmuatici!. A1h, tiu-io are
poor and Well, ih.u ladies and hum
ble. To !. a "V. A." is to wear an
honor a little higher than most hon
ors. These two letters have proved
a strong influence for democracy in
England, drawing together all
classes of women ima common pur
pose stronger than any that has
moved the nation for a hundred
years.
Be H't-ii)-2i
HW'A 26-!l0-2ti
lot I of uVj nwfc
a'i lot 5 of sii swK
i'i-iit-26
Vi nwit 23-30-26
pt nVi n of rr ii-
neW i4-30-2G
ew 34-30-26
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Pi c'a fcw'A b-31-26
lit e' swV 6-31-2U
s lUUu in but &-31-2G la. ill
n ou;i ne,t a-ol-zo 11.0
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se 3u-31-2tl
nwi4
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Be 14 3&-30-27
swt4 35-30-27
n-Vi (blk
..lu. to
.-al-27
i .-i-2
12.31
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17.06
8.22
2H.ll
24.42
2.1.6b
31.06
2.28 '
10.72
45. 2u
U2.3l
t2.0i
80.22
lOtb 6 ,
va '4
VERY LIKELY
I V'--r (fi 4
4.88
0.70
14.62
14.31
17.02
12.2o
"Well, old man, how does it feel
to be ninrried to an heiress?"
"Just like working in a subtreas-
ary.;
A MAGAZINE PIPE.
Simulating the present-day maga
zine rifle, the magazine pipe of
James H. Hoefler, Louisville, Ky.,
riakes use of a 6pring-operated mag
azine which continues to feed tobacco
nto the bowl as" fast as it is con
umed. The pipe makes use of a cas
ng and formed of telescopic sections
of graduating diameter and spring
menus between the casing and maga
zine for telescoping the sections, says
iho Scientific American.
Ji -tCt 111 B W Id
ul'itt
II V, 74 '.t -ukj-i.0
livt V4 fc-31-28
e 9-31-28
Mrrlilla 'I mp.
e!4 8-3U-2H $19.91
be' 9-3U-2S 21. io
sw v 9-30-28 it. vi
lit' 21-30-28 o.H
11 w 21-3U-28 ti.it 2
Bt1 21-3U-28 12.10
BW4 21-20-28 ti.!2
w)i IwH 20-30-28 7.6V
be' 33-0-28 II. li
ne' 6-31-28 18. 01
liw' 0-31-28 20.42
Be' 6-31-28 33.1V
BW ti-31-28 22.24
Ke ?-3i-2 1U.00
.on l & 2, BVi ueli
1-30-29
lots 3 & i, b'k u 1
1- 30-2'J
seVi 1-30-20
lots 1 & 2, s'vi, neii
2- 30-23
nw1 12-30-2S
lie1 13-30-29
liw 20-2U-20
sw1 2U-30-29
ne1 23-30-2H
lotH 1 & 2, e lii awVi
3U-3U-20
sett 30-30-29
1.U3& 4, e!i f. !4
30-3U-29
ise!4 6-31-29
sw1 b-3i-29
li w I 26-31-29
pt bW 20-31-29
pt sw 26-31-29
lots 1 U 2, b-2 be1
1- 30-20
bw!4 6-30-30
no1 8-u-ii0
lie1 15-30-30
lie1 22-30-30
n W 22-30-30
lota 1 ii 2, sVs noVi
2- 31-30
sett 2-31-30
nett 11-31-30
Bett 11-31-30
sw' K-ol-30
sw1 15-31-30
lie1 10-31-30
be1 10-31-30
West I'lnloH T.
Lota 1 at 2, eVa nw tt
19-31-29 $22.f.8
lots 8 & 4, eV4 sw1
lot 1 & sett nett &
sett ett 2-82- 8.86
stt at nwtt "ett
-82-26 4.30
w Va nwtt 3-32-26 3.61
lots 3 &. 4 & B'a nw1
6-32-26 14.91
ett nw eV4 swtt
10-22-26 13.04
ne 13-22-26 6.70
sett 13-22-26 8.47
ne 16-22-26 14.69
se1 16-32-26 24.13
lie' 24-82-26 10.14
HK-u. 24-32-26 8.47
60.40 sutt swtt 24-32-26 1.86
i.iu:ne' new 2u-32-26 1.80
eii nwtt Ac nett swtt
25-32-26 6.42
seVi 2o-d2-26 0.4u
be' s.' 4 -;;2-2ti 2.2-1
wVa ii.v . .... ,w b.vtt
sis sw 2j-32-2u
lie1 l-u3-26
lots 1 U 2 & e'4 nw1
1-33-26
su1 1-33-26
lots 3&4&eswtt
.40: 1-33-26
26.12 lot b or sw1 & lot G
oi nw' 1-33-26
ne1 12-3-26
lot 1 & 2 & eVi nwtt
12-33-26
se1 12-33-26
lots 3 & 4 & ett swtt
12-33-26
lot 5 of swtt & lot 6
nwtt 12-33-26
ne1 nett 13-33-26
lot 6 of nwtt 13-83-26
e'. ne'2 14-33-26
I ii & swtt nwtt &
6i.21
42.94
42.94
42.79
u1.15
ol. 83
ii.t4
13.00
12.46
L
25.46
1.80
6.i
6.42
6.U1
6.41
.67
6.66
6.26
6.66
J.31
.40
1.34
.40
4.26
2
3
11
14
2
3
24
26
6
6
1
21
22
23
24
6
18
19
20
21
8 11.67
t .90
8 12.8 V
8 8.44
9 16.77
9 3.09
2.16
2.88
1.48
1.48
1.48
1.20
1.20!
15 21.4
15 1.48
19-31-
Bett 29-31-29
BW' 34-32-29
no1 li-33-29
be' U-J3-29
B 'a ne ot n Vi sett
10-33-29
s1 nw1 & sis ne'
22-33-29
sett 21-31-30
BW' 21-31-30
sett 34-31-30
lots 3 & 4 & SM nwtt
1-32-30 32.19
swtt 1-32-30 32.44
lotH 3 & 4 & 8 la nwtt
nwtt swtt 21-23-
' 26 10.80
sA sett & stt swtt
21-33-26 9.28
nett swtt & sett nwtt
21-33-26 2.81
nett sett 21-33-26 1.43
sis sett 22-32-26 4.13
Bis Bwtt 22-83-26 4.13
nwtt swtt 22-33-26 1.43
sw' 16-32-27 87.79
nw 21-32-27 26.47
'ne1 35-32-27 17.67
nw 14-33-27 19.92
swtt 14-33-27 9.60
suutl Creek Twp.
nwtt 33-33-26 810.63
swtt 3-34-26 11.28
nii sett ei ntt swtt
6-34-26 12.66
wis swtt 9-34-27 3.90
sett sett 8-34-26 1.96
nw 9-H4-26 14.10
e!s & Bwtt swtt 9-
34-26 6.43
"jri sett 13-34-26 9.91
. SW..'. lU A, rtll. tialJ.
14-34-26 8.15
nw1 sw1 & swtt
nwtt 21-34-26 6.74
lots 1 & 2 At els nett
25-34-20 11.67
nv',i 25-34-26 9.3
lots 3 & 4, & e sw tt
25-34-26 9.32
wis swtt 36-34-26 5.!)u
sc1 2-35-26 11.85
swtt 28-33-27 22.63
swtt 4-34-27 7.65
wtt '-34-27 4.05
Bwtt nwtt & stt
nwtt swtt 16-34-
5.73
Odee Tup,
nwtt 29-33-27 $9.61
se1 29-33-27 6.92
swtt 29-33-27 9.61
He1 30-33-27 21.93
lols 1 At 2 A: els nwtt
7-34-27 14.63
sw1 8-34-27 20.00
t's swtt . nett 31-
4-27 19.79
lots 1 & 2 & sett
nwtt 31-34-27 10.28
e'-j sett 31-34-27 6.32
nwli ne1 & nett
nw1, 31-34-27 D.75
lots 3 & 4 At eVii of
swtt 81-34-27 13.52
wVi nw1 Ai wis swtt
32-34-27 It. 29
eVi neli 6-35-27 5.75
lot:! 1 &. 2 Ai eV., nwU
22.SH 6-35-27 11.58
11. .2 fcis se1 7-35-27 5.iu
16.30lnw4 nwtt 17-35-27 2.94
6.29neli ne1 18-35-27 2.91
0.4a I e1;. nw1 A: n Is sw1
I 28-33-28 6.61
14.70 swtt sett 29-33-28 1.19
lots 1 2 and sis
13.83 nett 3-34-28 15.24
24.28 : nwtt 10-34-28 18.16
26.12 j els A: nwtt sett
27.44 13-34-28 9.20
i nVj nw1 15-34-28 9.97
9.27 I
5.00 j
6.C1
11.90
17.U4
V.41
11. 16
lU.iti
7.41
7.41
7.41
10.03
11.23
27.18
1.64
.94
20.88
10.04
10.05
1U.04
20.88
20.89
11.23
11.23
i...4i)
21.06
13.4b
6.04
10.79
10.79
2.83
1.24
1.48
1.16
1.10
1.10
.62
2.71
5.27
5.52
1.60
1.74
1.20
.81
.81
.81
.81
.81
.81
7.65
1.08
4.69
5.40
5.4U
1.24
1.48
1.48
1.74
"ii
4i05
1.44
.81
:81
2.16
.81
.93
1.08
24 14.50
24 1.20
Meade .
F. A.
80 15.16
30 16.25
31 2.27
31 2 15
31 4.16
34 16.87
34 19.19
34 .2.53
31 2.41
34 2.27
36 3.35
37 2.58
37 5.23
37 22.68
37 2.83
37 11.93
37 1.55
39 1.34
16
16
16
16
16
16
i' 23
ilK 16
17
17
17
17
17
18
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
21
22
22
23
23
23
23
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
12
10
12
11
Lt
18 6.90
18 23.81
20 2.49
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
21
22
2.20
2.06
2.20
9.74
1.41
2.93
1.76
2.49
2.06
9.93
10.
blk 23
12 23
23 11.88
23 2.05
24
24
26
30
Sis
.63
9.74
9.9u
2.49
4.83
1.76
30 16.71
30 16.71
9 30 8.56
llurd &
AVillium
Add.
41 $1.31
41 8.26
.87
.87
.87
1.16
.69
.43
1
8
5
11
13
5 39
6 39
w H 9 45
& 1916
lax
GO
60
60
50
61
61
61
61
63
53
53
53
55
55
65
55
55
1.48
1.74
1V17
2.95
1.26
1.08
,67
.67
.67
.63
.53
.63
.67
.27
lots 1 & 2 At elii nwtt
19-34-28 8.66
lots 3 & 4 & ett sw1
19-34-28 . 7.99
els nett 24-34-28 7.73
se",4 swtt 24-34-28 3.90
eVii Ai swtt nwtt 25-
34-28 12.57
swtt 25-34-28 17.50
lots i 4c 2 At s is nw tt
BEST TO BE TRUTHFUL.
"Washington was a truthful
:uan
"I've got the habit myself, now.
.1 think it is the best plan if you
marry a widow."
WHERE THEY MAY.
'Tlubdub says he hews to the
me."
"Yes, I fancy I hear him at it of
lights. At least I hear the chips
Tallinn."
NOSTALGIA.
"Why
.classes?"
. "He's
is he wearing smoked
homesick.' lie lives
in
Pittsburgh." The Lamb.
CAUSE AND EFFECT.
"What thundering reports that
journal does make."
"Of course. They run it off on
.ightning presses."
PLAYING SAFE.
""Mr. Jones must be in trouble"
"Why?"
"He put all his property in his
ife's name."
NEVER HELP.
"Allow me to assure you that sus
icdon and jeslouay never did help
. . ly man in any situation.". -.Lin-.j1il.
'
3-32-30 48.57
swtt 3-32-30 32.44
sett 4-32-30 35.98
nwtt 10-32-30 42.46
sw1 10-32-30 43.63
nett 14-32-30 39.54
nwtt 14-32-30 39.54
sett 14-32-30 70.26 30-34-28 17.99
SW 14-32-30 89.54 sett 31-34-28 13.49
ne1 15-32-30 39.64 bw tt 34-34-28 15.56
nw 16-32-30 39.64 ne!4 35-34-28 11.97
nett 18-32-30 44.49 ! se 1 36-34-28 11.90
lie- 19-32-30 29.30 i ne1 36-34-28 11.97
sett 19-32-30 18.95 ett & sw1 nett &
lots 3 & 4 At els swtt nett sett 1-35-28 15.56
19- 32-30 18.18 nwtt nett 1-35-28 3.11
n & nls stt nwtt Inls swtt 1-35-28 7.67
20- 32-30 14.24 n 4 nwtt 1-35-28 7.67
2a In wis nwtt n of els swtt 3-35-28 3.34
rr, 21-32-30 .60 nwtt nett & nett
se1 31-32-30 18.94 nw ' 3-35-28 6.83
sw tt swtt 36-32-30 13.16 I nw 1 ' 5-35-28 14.02
lots 1 & 2 At els nwtt
6-35-28 10.06
lots 1 At 2 of nw &
3 & 4 ot swtt. '-35-28
nls nett & els nwtt
7-35-28
wis sett & els swtt
7-36-28
s!a ne1 7-35-28
ills nwtt 8-35-28
nla se1 8-35-28
sis nw1 8-36-28
nett 9-35-2S
nls sett 9-35-28
sw 1 nwtt Ai nwtt
lots 3 At 4 At sis nwtt
7 2-33-30 i 19.07
sett 2-33-30 15.66
wis sett 8-33-30 38.23
nett 1 1-33-30 14.12
nw 17-33-30 31.21
sw1 li-32-30 29.44
lots 1 At 2 & el
nwtt 18-33-30 13.78
ela ne1 19-33-30 7.12
wis nwtt 19-33-30 6.92
Meade Center Twp.
nwtt 20-32-27 $63.69
swl 17-32-27 49.72
nett sw tt 21-31-28 11.81
stt nw1 23-31-28 5.76
ne1 24-31-2S 29.92
sis nwtt 24-31-28 14.68
bw1 nwtt At nw1
swtt 27-31-28 12.48.
nls swtt nw, At nett
swtt 27-31-28 39.85
sVii nwtt nVi swtt
11. U 4
6.37
2.98
6.09
1.44
2.04
1.06
1.44
11.97
7.24
28 1.71
13.61
34-31-28
"14 swtt 34-31-28
pt els nwtt 1-32-sw1
ne1 3-32-28
lots 3 Ai 4 & sVa
nwtt 3-32-28
pt n i sett of
rr, 3-32-2S
pt ntt Be1 n of
rr. 3-32-28
swtt less r r 3-32-28 43.36
pt of swl nett 11-
32-28 4.49
sls'swtt 1 '-32-28 1469
nls sw-,.. .,-.,2-28 22.23
nwtt 1;.-..--j 21. S3
sett 15-.,--26 25.73
nwtt K-32-28 23. M
SW1 ltt-32-28 25.95
nett 22-32-28 89.55 j
pt ne1 sw1 & nwtt I
sett 22-32-28 48.25 '
nw 1 23-32-28 65.69
lots 1 A- 2 & sis neli
3-33-2S 18.72
lots 1 A; 2 tie'. &
lot 3 of nw: 5-33-
28 16.03
nett 7-33-28 21. 32
sett 7-83-28 21.32
wla swtt S-33-28 8.07
nwtt 1 (-33-28 18.11
nw1 1-33-29 16.06
swtt 12-33-29 16.06
I.oicnn fp.
nett Z. 31-26 $3.70
se1 33-31-26 11.25
ntt sw1 34-31-2 2.37
sett neli 35-31-26 3.05
nett 1-32-26 11.25
lots 1 & 2, & els
nwtt 1-32-26 11.74
ett sett 1-32-26 2.92
lot 2 & ewtt nett
2-32-26 . 1.79
I sw
i.vti j ne
87.79
38.05
SWli 10-35-28 7.24
sett 13-34-29 8.66
lie1 24-34-29 9.67
se1 24-34-29 9.17
no1 25-34-29 17.99
sis neli Ai sis nwtt
13-35-29 14.02
nett 36-34-29 18.13
llmnrron Twp.
29-33-29 5.97
30-33-29 6.40
lots 1 Ai 2 Ai e!4 nwtt
30-33-29 6.84
se1 30-33-2-9 6.97
lots 3 Ai 4 Ai els swtt
30-33-29 6.97
sis nett Ai s',s nwtt
15-35-J9 11.21
nw1 nett & nls &
swtt nwtt 16-35-
29 13.14
swtt 25-33-30 6.38
nett 26-33-30 12.10
nwtt 26-33-30 9.51
sett 26-33-30 ' 7.92
s '.2 ne tt & n la se tt
34-33-30 13.22
n'-- neli 34-33-30 8.4 -.
n1-. nwtt 35-33-30 6.66
4 At O's SW
.41
1.34
1.20
1.08
1.08
1.20
5i, 1.20
tip l.oii
65 1.08
55 1.08
55 1.26
55 1..
68 .81
Meade
Citizen's
Add.
1 6 $ .?4
2 5 .21
J 5 .21
1 8 1.27
4 8,
1916 &
1917
tax
9
9
9
9
41
41
41
41
48
48
Walt's 1st
Add.
60 $1.16
61 18.48
61 .87
SI v .87
6i .87
(1 .37
Hlichlnad
Add.
7 4 31.15
8 i 11.38
9 4 1.16
Out l.otn to
Fowler
Lt 6 pt Nett
nwtt 6-31-26
$27.50
4a pt swtt
n of rr, 1-31-27
$29.73
100 feet by
152.5 ft in 1-31-27
38.60
166 feet by
152.5 feet in
1-31-27 7.53
1'lRina
City
1 $
5
5
7
7
8
9
10
10
10
10
10
11
11
11
11
12
12
12
30
1
3
6
7
2
4
6
8
10
12
49
51
63
55
67
69
61
63
69
71
8
2
3
6
7
2
3
4
3
7
6
7
8
9
10
2
4
8
4
1
6
12
9
11
if
32
33
83
33
33
33
38
33
33
33
33
33
33
83
33
33
33
33
83
33
33
39
40
10
40
40
42
42
42
44
44
45
45
45
45
45
47
47
48
48
62
54
54
55
55
56
55
2
10
11
1
2
8
9
10
11
12
t
191
.64
.88
.88
.88
.88
.88
.88
.88
.88
.88
.88
1.38
1.88
1.38
1.38
1.88
1.38
1.98
1.38
2.13
2.13
.64
.64
.64
.64
.64
.64
.64
.64
.39
.39
.64
.64
.64 1
.64
.64 1 9
.64 12
.64 1 1
.64 ! 1
.64 I 5
..72! 6
.72 j 9
.72 10
.72
25
27
35
37
42
12
66
7
9
2
1(1
12
43
47
40
23
18
1
45
3
6
8
28
30
66
67
67
57
8 57
9 57,
& 1916
taxes
23 67
.32
.82
.32
.32
.32
.32 24
32 11T
H
23
2
3
4
8
3
6
C
6
6
10
11
12
1
2
3
5
7
8
9.
t
6
1
4
6
7
8
22
23
32
.32
.32
.32
.32
.32
.32
.32
.39
.59
.39
.89
.39
.39
.89
.89
.39
.39
.39
.39
.39
.39
.39
.39
.39
.39
.39
.39
.89
.3?
.39
.3!)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Taxes
72
72
.72
.72
.43
.43
.43
.43
1917
.69
.43
151
.4.1
.72
.72
.72
.72
.72
.72
.72
.72
.72
.72
-.72
.72
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77
.47
.47
.47
1010
11
5
7
At 1917
taxes
11 91
Taxca
79
79
79
79
80
80
80
82
88
83
83
88
83
83
83
83
83
83
83
83
84
84
84
86
87
87
87
88
88
88
91
91,
.77
.77
.77
.83
.88
.83
.83
.83
.83
.83
,V
1017
77
.83
.88
.47
.4)
.47
.47
.47
.47
.47
.47 1 22
94
94
95
98
98
98
99
100
100
101
101
10 101
11 101
18 101
12 102
19 102
103
103
103
103
103
104
105
105
105
106
18 105
19 105
105
105
105
106
107
107
72
72
72
72
72
12
13
14
23
1.04
Hi;! io
1.05
1.04 ,q
1.05 1
10 107
11 107
1.04
1.05
1.04
1.05
1017 Taxen
5.79
2.83
2.67
2.53
3.09
2.41
2.63
2.53
53
9
10
30
flrown &
UlKltem
Add.
1 $ .27
27
.27
.29
.33
.29
.29
.29
.29
.33
.40
.38
2 .28
2 .40
Wichita
Add.
4 $ .29
.29
.29
.29
.29
.29
4.82
4.88
.4 5
.45
13
13
13 13.95
13 14.09
14 8.85
Meftowan
IMuoe
6 9,
1917 &
16 tax .37
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
12
12
12
12
12
13
13
l
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
Grand Ave,
4 15 .47
12 15 .47
I'nrk Ave.
16 .47
16 .47
16
17
17
17
18
IS
18
18
18
IS
18
20
20
20
20
20
I'ark Ave,
7 21 .64
9 21 .64
2 22 .64
4 22 .64
Grand Ave.
16 22 .(..
22
23
28
23
23
23
23
24
&
19
20
21
22
23
24
5
10
t
3
4
72
72
72
72
72
72
73
73
74
74
74
74
74
74
74
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77
.78
.77
.77
107
107
107
107
107,
10S
108
108
108
108
108
108
108
108
110
111
111
14 111
16 111
21
6
111
112
112
112
113
113
113
113
113
113
114
114
114
47
.47
.47
.83
.83
.83
.47
.83
.83
.83
.83
.83
.83
.83
1916
1.45
.S3
.83
.83
.83
.83
.83
.83
.83
.88
.88
.52
.52
.52
' .52
.62
.62
.52
.52
.52
.62
.52
4.25
.52
.52
.52
.52
.52
.52
.52
.52
.52
.52
.52
.62
..62
.52
.52
p '
!52 I
.52 1
.52
.52
.52
.52
1.13
.52
.52
.52
.52
.69
.69
.59
.59
.59
.59
.59
.69
.59
.59
.69
.59
.59
.59
.59
.69
.69
.59
12 114
13 114
14 114
16 114
16 114
17 114
18 114
19 114
20 114
13 116
14 116
16 US
16 115
17 116
18 116
19 116
80 116
21 116
24 115
3 116
15 116
19 118
20 118
21 118
22 118
23 118
24 118
19 119
20 119
119
119
119
119
121
121
121
121
121
127
127
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
.69
.69
.69
.69
.69
.59
.69
.69
.59
.69
.69
.69
.69
.69
.59
.69
.69
.69
.69
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.59
.69
.69
.69
.59
.69
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.69
.69
.59
.59
1.S2
.59
.59
.59
.59
.59
.59
.59
.59
.64
.04
.64
.64
.64
.64
64
129 25.01
129 .64
129
129
129
J31
131
131
131
131
131
132 25.50
135 .88
135 .88
6 135 5.57
Pt 7 137 1.13
pt 8 137 1.13
146
146
146
147
147
1.62
1.62
1.62
2.38
4.86
148 68.31
148 2.13
148
148.
148
148
148
148
148
148
149
149
149
149
3.12
2.13
2.13
2.13
2.13
2.13
2.13
2.13
1.09
1.09
3.36
2.13
9
8
12
1
4
5
6
3
7
1 ,
149
150
1 r.n
154
154
154
154
155
155
& 2,
improve
ments 34.05
2. .18
2.38
2.87
2.13
2.13
2.13
2.13
1.87
1.87
159
1 160 10.09
2 160 7.34
3 160 2.38
4 160 4.86
5 160 6.11
6 160 6.11
12 160 2.38
4 161 9.26
5 161 6.36
1 181 2.00
2 181 1.75
10 181 1.75
2 1S2 1.62
3 182 1.62
6 185 1.50
7 1S5 1.50
8 185 1.50
9 185 1.50
10 185 1.50
6 186 1.87
7 186 1.87
RABBINICAL LAWS OF HEALTH
Purity, Aim of Most of the Sanitary
Mandate, Wat to Be Not Only '
Physical, but Also Moral.
Among the rabbis who expounded
the law to the old-time Jews, the
"neglect of one's health was regard
ed as a sin," writes Dr. Joseph H.
Marcus, attending physician to the
Jewish Seaside home, Atlantic City,
in the Medical Record.
"Purity, which was. the aim of
most of the Biblical sanitary laws,
was to be not only phvsical, but also
moral."
Among the rabbinical laws of
health which Doctor Marcus quotes
and'which, he says, are generally ob
served to tins day among the ortho
dox Jews, are the following:
"Xo one should force himself to
eat, he should wait until he is really
hungry, not hurry his meal and not
talk while eating. J
"After all solid food cat salt, arA 1
after all beverages drink -water.
"It was forbidden to eat the meat
of an animal that had eaten poison,
or to eat meat and fish together, 01
to drink water left uncovered ovew
night.
"It was forbidden to touch dur
ing meals any part of the body which
is usually covered or to hold bread
under.the arm.
"Coins should not be'placed in the
mouth, as there is the apprehension
that they have been touched by per
sons suffering from contagious dis
eases. "They warned against eating
heavy meals immediately before go
ing to bed, and approved of lying
first on the left side and then on tht
right 6ide, this being considered
good for digestion."
RESIGNATION JUSTIFIED
18
20
32
34
4
8
17
22
24
37
41
43
51
D3
46
54
15
31
20
22
36
.47
.39
.39
.39
.39
.39
.39
.39
.39
!.39
.47
.47
.47
.47
.47
18
21
23
35
14
26 .
30
51
1010
9
11
13
16
17
19
21
23
6
8
10
12
:27i ?
ID
18
.33
.33
.27
.27
.27
.27
.27
Out
I 7-34-30 11.38
swtt 32-31-30 7.44
.Ylende IS 2 2.41
I ' . N. 1 4 . 3.99
j Lot Blk. 2 4 3.8.-,
1 A $8.43 3 4 1.29
2 A 9.11 4 4
! 20 A 4.16 ' . , -
121 A 3.49 6 4 1-i
6 4 1.23
j 28 A 2.07 15 4 13. S3
!29 A 2.07 J
j 30 A 4.16 17 J
!l3 1 1.34 " 4 8.35
14 1 1.20 19 4 SJ
15 1 1.20 20 4 3.49
1 1 1.20 13 6 3.35
17 1 1.20 14 6 3.35
18 1 17.32 J5 3.36
13 2 2.83 16 6 3.35
14 2 2.63 I7 19-69
17 2 2.41 18 3.42
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
I,ot to
Meade
Pt nett
swtt 2 -32-28
$3.66
1-t swtt 2-32-28
$18.93
l't of 8a 2-32-28
24.29
1- 6 of 8a. pt
2- 32-28 3.35
Krltle'N
Add.
Lot 4 $7.24
Fowler
O. S.
Lot I!lk.
1 $1.16
1
1
3
3
4
7
7
11
12
13 19.81
17 15.41
17 13.74
17 4.87
1017 110
Tax
19 17 7.05
21 17 68.65
23 17 69.74
101T Tax
2 18 6.05
4 18 4.71
6 18 9.17
20
Taxea
26
26
26
26
2(i
20
26
2
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
2(1
27
.64
.47
.47
.47
.47
.47
.47
.47
1017
Notice Of Appointment Of Exeirutnr
IKirst Published Auiruat 8.1'18.1
Notice is hereliy if iven that on the 7th day o
AtiiriHit. l'Urt. the untli-rML'neil ,ik, t,y the
Prolate Court of Mea!e County. Kansas, duly
appointed anil qualified a Executor i f the last
W ill of Herbert K. Jones, deceased. All parties
interested in said estate will take notice and
irovein themselves accorcliljrly.
H. Llewelyu Jones, Executor.
24
9
11 21
2 ,2i
30 27
!rand
Ave.
27 j 46 27
HJ tlllU
.78
.78
.78
.78
.78
!78
.78
.78
.78
.78
.78
.78
.78
.78
.78
.78
.47
.47
.47
.61
4
6
21
23
24
10
12
4
19
3
3
9
13
1.03
1.03
1.75
1.92
2.o5
.85
.91
2. 'i.t
8.85
Ave. i64
5 SR .64
8 2S .64
31 28 .47
33 .. 28 .47
35 28 .47
37 28 .47
45 28 .47
47 28 7.31
21 29 .47
23 29 .47
2 29 .52
4 29 .52
8 29 .52
18 29 .62
! 22 29 .52
4 29 .62
25 31 .64
27 31 .64
29 31 .64
31 31 .64
33 31 .64
35 31 .64
47 31 9.84
38 31 .59
40 .11 .59
42 31 .59
44 31 .59
46 31 11.07
45 31 11.07
35 32 .64
37 32 .64
39 32 .64
41 32 .64
43 32 .64
45 82 .64
47 32 .64
Uoai! Notice
Firs! Published August 15 1 9 1 S
Slale of Kansas, Meade County, ss.
To Whom it rtlay Concern
Take notice that a legal petition signed
by johann Harder and other householders
of Legan and Meade Center Townships,
in said county has been presented to the
Hoard of County Commissioners, praying
for the location and- vacation of n puiilic
road, as follows:
lieginning at the northwest corner of the
iiW'k of section 9-33-27, thence north as
nearly as possible two and one half miles to
the northwest corner of section 33-32-27
thence about 75 rods east more or less,
them e north one mile, there connecting with
rod No. 34 wes; 6th p. m. Said road to
be Go feel wide.
Also to vacate all that part of rural No. 37
on the half section line in sections 5 and 8
Township 33 rani'e 27 west 6th p. m. and
ending. s
And that said beard has appointed A. R.
Roberts, John Comes and I". U. Novinger
viewers, who will meet at the point of begin
ning of said road as petitioned for, on the
2dth day of August 1918 at 2 o'clock
and proceed to vie said road, as law directs,
at which time and place all persons interest
ed may attend and have a hearing. :i case
said viewers fail to meet on the day desig
nated, they may meet the fo'lowing dav, ns
provided by law, without further notice.
Witness my hand and the olf.cial seal of
said county, this 23rd dav of July 1918.
W. W. Pressly, Ciy.nty Cictk.
FOR SALE 2-seat bujirgy and
harness. A bargain. W. J. But
ler, Meade. 3 blocks we.-t hotel,
29 4 pd
kt?!M.&f OVER 66 YEARS
D
nz&r experience
. !i R a .
riff
7 J
1mm
.,1 I"
:0 VOU T':a:"T.
"Yes I couldn't stand the way tlii
firm tre ited me."
"What did they do?"
"Took iny nnrre oft the pay roll."
w-NDEH ECONOMY RULES.
Forced economy is practiced by
the German prisoners of war in
tinned in England., Some of these
mn are wealth, one estimating his
income at betwt'm $100,000 and
$1F0.000 a year. One of the regrets
of V.csc rich prisoners is that the
are not allowed to spend all the?
would like. They are limited to ai
.'.f-mditure of a week for lux
uries, ynci the.i luxuries must no
include anything cortaiaing meat,
sugar, flour or n.ilk. hence some oc
casionally buy as
tobacco
in 100
pounds of
equivalent
cigarettes.
much as, two
a week, or its
cigars or 200
DCG MEAT IN THE ARCTIC.
"In my expedition of 1891-9S,"
writes Kear Admiral Robert E. Peary
in the Century, "I used dogs for
food for the first time in the history
of arctic exploration. As the dogs
wore out, we fed them to 'those re
maining, or ate them ourselves, thus
nuiking our load of provisions last
much longer. This has been the prin
ciple of all my subsequent trips, and
results have fully proved it to be a
sound one."
. . m I X r-A E 1 Rl
TTV.Vi&A-T TitAoc Marks
'ti-'i-AiiV Designs
'frfm Copyrights &c.
Anrone vending a ulcetn nd di'norpttnn m t
quickly iuiortaiii our otuMn (roe ti'lir aq
Intention is prxbnMy pmen'Mbio (.'nni-i.ntiicfv
imiiaRtnctlvfonUdontiit!. HAIUJL30K onl'aivuw
tent frco. OHost ftu'enrv for flcun::(,' puU H'i".
I'liti'Mis taktm ttiroufli Munn tt Co. rutoivu
$ptr.u notice without clinrce, lu Ibe
Scientific JltnerfCuts.-
A nnn-lvmietT illntrnir1 wivklT. I.rt nr.
tiil.iil"il ( hut n'leianln J,,irnnl. Term. f,l a
j",r: four tin, i, tin, $L Sold b all Tiwioii'.er.
Oi.;N&Co.361BrMd-'- New York
Brmch 0c. B W 8U WutUDgioD. D. C.
ROBINcON CRUSOE.
Eev. II. E. A. Cruso, rector of
Tunsiall, Sittingbourne, for 33
years is retiring owing to ill health,
says the London Times. Mr. Cruso,
who lias spent 52 years in the
church, is a descendant of Timothy
Cruso, a great friend of Daniel De
foe, after whom he named his book
"Robinson Crusoe."
Senate Current Resolution
No. 18.
Be it resolved by the Legis
lature of the State of Kansas,
two-thirds of the members of
each house concurring therein :
Section 1. That the follow
ing proposition to amend the
constitution of the State of Kan
sas is hereby submitted to the:
qualified electors of the state
for their rejection or approval:
Sec. 2. The Legislature niay
levy a permanent tax for the
use and benefit of the state edu
cational institutions and appor
tion among and appropriate
the same to the several institu
tions, which levy, apportion
ment and appropriation shall
continue until changed bv stat
ute. Nothing herein contained
shall prevent such further ap
propriation by the Legislature
as may be deemed necessary
from time to time for the needs
of said state educational institutions.
Sec. 3. The proposition shall
be submitted to the electors of
this state at the election for
representatives in the Legisla
ture in the year 1918. The
amendment hereby proposed
shall be known on the official
ballot by the title "Amendment
to the constitution providing,
for a pennanent income for the
state educaional institutions,"
and the vote for and against '
such an amendment shall be
taken as provided by law.
Sec. 4. This resolution shall
take effect and be in force from
and after its publication in the
statute book.
Passed by the Senate Febru
ary 28, 1917.
Passed by the House March
7,1917.
Approved March 10, 1917.
I hereby certify that the fore
going is a true and correct copy
of original Senate Concurrent
Piesolution No. 15, now on file
in my office.
J. T. BOTKIN,
(Seal.) Secretary of State.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
ADMINISTRATRIX
(First Published August 29 1918)
Notice is hereby pivtn, that on the 14th day
of AuifUBt A. D. wis the undersigned was, by
the Probate JudKe'o( Meade County, Kansas,
duly appointed Administratrix of the estuteof
John A. Cole, deceased, and has qualified as
such administratrix. All parties interested in
said estate will take notice and govern them
selves accordingly,
Ida Cole, Administratrix
NOTICE FOR l'l'BLIC.VriOM
(First l'ulilished August 8, 1918
Department of The Interior
U. S. Land 0ce, At Dodge City Kansas
June 3, 1918.
Notice is hereby given that Sherman T.
Wiggin, of I'lains, Kansas, who on Match.
26th. 1915, made Homestead Application
Serial No. 0U304 fur N: SWJ( section 34,
M2 section 33, twp. 34s Range 30W
and on February nth, 1916 made Additional
Homestead Application Jerial No. 0I2753
forSi SK sec. 28, NEsec. 33 twp
34s range 30W 6th 1'. Meridian, has filed no
tice of intention to make Final Three Year
1'roof, 10 establish claim to the land above
descr.bed, before The Clerk of the District
Court of Meade ' county Kansas, at Meade
Kansas, on the 7th day, of September I9I8
claimant names as witnesses:
Aaron F. Gowens
James VV Powell
all of I'lains, Kansas.
R.
Kobsrt W. Tice
John L. Keif...
Not coal land.
Wilson, Register.
WANT AD
Department
For Sale : Pigs, wcaninc ase.
E. A. Kobs, Meade. .to-2
PIGS for sale, all sizes.
K Sender, Meade.
WANTED: Reliable nartv
to plow 100 acres. Good team
for sale. See Jacob R. Riesen,
Meade.
For Rent Two rooms fnr
light housekeeping. Mrs. S. L.
Kenison. . .
QUICK, WATSON.
Vacationist (much winded) I
I just saw a bear I
Innkeeper Fetch my gun, Jake.
Vacationist lie was green, with
yellow stripes. ,
Innkeeper Never mind the gun,
Jake. Fetch bromide.
For Sale
For Sale or rent: My 160
acrt farm near Missler. Address
A J, Miller, Frankfort, Indiana.
13 tf.
FOR SALE Half section 8 miles
south of Meade; $ i ioo will han
dle it; mortgage $2500. Frank
F.uhr, Meade
FOR TRADE: Dependable
work team for any kind of stock.
JacobR. Friesen, Meade
TEAM OF MARES for sale
or trade for cattle. H. N. Holde
rman. Meade.

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