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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 2 August 1906

-1- WT ,tW'a "PICT0R1AL.C0L0R AND MAGAZINE SECTION' Sbe Qteade County Mm Tff mm " v O 4' r: w , h WV H to bx. LiiV MILLER V low WHtN Mrs. Nicholas Longworth it still seems natural to V V write it Miss Alice Roosevelt returns to this country about the middle of next month, hers will be the unusual distinction of having met and been entertained by more occu pants of royal and imperial . thrones, members of their families, and of the world's nobility than any other American of her day .and . generation. - .Further more, she is the only daughter of a President who has gone world traveling during her father's term. As a delicate compliment to her she was then Miss Roosevelt our own Sul tan of Sulu, on meeting her, offered the President's daughter his hand in mar riage, and loaded her with quaint Ori ental baubles from his treasure supply. That old ogre of the yellow East the Dowager Empress of Tsi-An would have it no other way than that Miss Roosevelt should pass a night or two un der th...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 2 August 1906

Sho PICTORIAL MAGAZINE AND COMIC SECTION 1 Kai I to Europe at this time really reaches back to the days when sudden illness put a stop to all preparations for an elabo- rate coronation of King Edward. When Whitelaw Reid was named as America's representative at this ) ceremony, his daughter, Miss Jean Reid, a school days clium of Miss Alice Roosevelt, asked the latter to lie her guest during the corona tion festivities. Miss' Alice was very ' . much for accepting the invitation, but her father decreed otherwise. Later on, when Mr. Roosevelt was elected to the Presidency, he appointed ' Mr. Reid Ambassador to the Court of St. James. Then Miss Reid wrote an other informal invitation to her friend Miss Roosevelt, this time asking the lat- ter to spend the gay season with her in the British capital. That was early last year, but not until just before the opening of the present London season were the Reids, what with renting a suitable residence and fitting it out, and so forth, in a posi...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 2 August 1906

PICTOBIAL MAGAZINE AND COMIC SECTION -J XNDRUSS, "... ANTI- - MASHER "'' Br Wm. Hamilton Osborne. T", VFW since its birth, and up to a I ' f year or tw aS Bellport, as a city, had been noted for its proper tendencies. It was a arge but old-fashioned place and it be 'javed itself. Latterly, however, its in crease in importance had brought into it a multitude of strangers. Some of these strangers were desirable others unmistakably the reverse. One of the old citizens of the place known to everybody was Mr. Andrew Andruss. He was not particularly old in years, but he was old in virtue. He possessed all tBe requisite qualities of a genteel old maid. He was vigorous, however, and, naturally, he was a crank. But Bellport tolerated him. - Mr. J. Warner Trevelyan, on the other hand, was a newcomer, known to but few. Mr... Andruss and Mr. Trevelyan, diametric opposites as they were, had never met There was no reason why :hey should. Trevelyan Was a good all round sort af a man ; some people ...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 2 August 1906

1 I .'i ' i n i itj iwr.J lit rsT ' I -'lit ' ' "P" 'TtT'l'!' rlfHT?rt!f7 f:C7li; .frs nif-i.; r-: - j ZJ 111 1 1 J - ' V ' TCIR ' DOINGS CXB ; : 3 )-:-M ) , j WERE GOES MY POOR V s HOW WILL I EVER i , f7W5 f rS ALMOST DRY BUT OH MY (xonOTHY.WHjTHJ)VYOU J 5 WKUMCtT TfffQQ.) , J '.f r , ' . FOOLISH FRED: HE PICKS SOME PEACHES 1 : AA HOVM FOOLISH v : OF ME! j O ; 'IKU, . . if ""'V : ' " " " " I SI I t iat ew subscribers to the Kansas City .'eekly Journal at the rale of 25 satcrjames Miller nns-wmmr .wmnnKosnut ---- ?V?5tH xTDtiTJli V F tract; that he has changed his residence there I U- XVUoiiiiN JJiliXVXt X I from for more than six months since making I I Ml "boarded by day or week'.""" " t ' " " WHWHWiMBr MEADE. - - KANSAS. Manipulation is the simplest, f "BHTi jfl'?T

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 9 August 1906

be of i - '1' 1 VOL. VII. NO. 32. aMmmmmmtijmmmmmmmmmmnnnmmmnfls 1 cfoe,Ys All kinds of Fruit andgeta- f f bles, Groceries, Flour, Meal H E Bran 3 H FRUIT JARS, BREAD, BREAD, f HAMS, B. BACON, DRY SALT f H Telephone your orders, they'll j fill them. If iiiiiaiiuiiiiiiiiiiuuiiiiiiiiauiiiiiuuiiiiiiiuiiiiuiuiiiiiiiu H. H. i i 1 1 r m ii , 101, Pay the highest market price for all kinds of grain and alfalfa seed. CUSTOM GRINDING- Only roller mill in the county. North National Hotel, Meade, Kansas. You will have to hurry if you keep up with the procession 1 The old sod house is a thing of j I the past, and your neighbors are 1 taking advantage of this nice I weather and making hay while I the sun shines, and he is wise for I he knows if he waits he will 8 have to pay more for' his stuff. I We havn't the largest stock in & the west but we try at all times to keep a well assorted stock of I lumber, coal, plaster, cement, 1 lime and posts. I J. M. WOOD LUMBER CO. ;SSSSttSStSKS3SSS 1 The...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 9 August 1906

MEADE COUNTY NEWS. John D. Wehrle, Publisher. MEADE, - - KANSAS. t ' 1 KANSAS COMMENT Prorriised Them a Convention. Gov. Hoch has promised a delegation of Topeka .negroes that he will use his Influence to bring the convention of the National Negro League to To peka in 1907. The governor has writ ten to Booker T. Washington and oth er leading negroes asking them to hold their convention in Topeka next year. I Black Hand Causes Suicide. Driv en to desperation through fear that be had been marked for death by the "Black Hand," to which he belonged, John Cross, of Pittsburg, a Polish miner about 35 years of age, commit ted suicide In North Frontenac by hanging himself in a barn on the premises of George Rice, where he roomed and boarded. Shot Through the Leg. Warren Fauver, the eleven-year-old son of J. S. Fauver, who lives at Wichita, shot himself through the thigh with a re volver. He was playing with the gun when It was accidentally discharged, the bullet passing entirely through his...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 9 August 1906

HON. W. H. KELBAUGH OF WEST VIRGINIA EXPECT . DICTATOR NEXT RUNNING WILD! I PRAISES PE-RU-NA. Grand Duke Nicholas to Take Su preme Military Command. - y flu. k."s. 2nv 1111 r k-t t- o - &-j$Wi Hon. W. H. Kelbaugh A Cold at Any Time of the Year, Es pecially in Hot Weather, is I'ery De pressing to the System. ' Pe-ru-na is an Cnrqualed Tonic -'or Such Cases. Kcad What People Say About It. lion. V. IT. Kelbauph, Ex-Member XV. Va. Lffri.slature. 20 'Jth street, N. E Washington, D. C, writes: "You can use my name and word at all times for Peruna as a medi cine and tonic unequaled. I have tried It for a stubborn cold and badly run down system. I tried all sorts of other medicines and paid several expensive doctor bills. Peruna cured me, strengthened me more than ever, and saved me money." Mrs. Clara Litterst, Seafield, Ind, says: '"Last fall I toolc a severe cold. I took IVrunii, befjan to improve and kept on so until I was able to do my work.'' It's hard to understand why actors with...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 9 August 1906

Meade County News. Published every Thursday by NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY, John D. Wehrle, Editoe. THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF MEADE COUNTY. Entered in the Post office at Meade, Kans. as second class mail matter. COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE, July 9th. 9. Notice is hereby eiven that I will sell at public auction at the County Treasurer s Office in the City of Meade, Kansas, on the 1st Tuesday of September 1906, being the 4th day there of, commencing at Q o'clock each day and continuing until the sale is completed, so much of each tract of land or town lot included in this list as may be necessary to pay the taxes and chanres theieon for the year 1905 and previous yaars. When not otherwise designated the ta is for I0O?. OKMUiMU HAM1L1UA, ireas. ' Meade county, Kansas.- Subscription, f 1.00 per year. Advertising rates made known on applica tion. Locals run "tf." and charged for at 5 cents per line for each insertion. AUGUST 9, 1906. TIME TABLE. Ti Meade, - Kansas. me "RiQiii Road" 10 ana uom ...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 9 August 1906

T1CTOR1AL.C0LOR AND MAGAZINE SECTION Sbe iiSeade County IMS ff tat $ lie hi, tc lV li O. a, I s COLON When the United States Senate, a snort time before the Adjournment (of Con gress, unexpectedly voted for a loclc canal across the Isthmus of Panama, thus concurring with the House, the President said: As soon as I receive official notice of the action of Congress, I'll tell Shonts to cut loose." THEODORE P. SHONTS, chairman and executive head of the Isthmian Canal Commission, soon received this word from Mr. Roosevelt, and he, in turn, lost no time in passing it on to John F. Stevens, chief engineer of the Commission and his right-hand man. .lAfter many weary months of preparation and of waiting for Congress to deter- 'mTne the type of canal, these two men" now have well under way the actual con struction work connected with the biggest engineering job ever undertaken by man, and along the whole length of the canal route the dirt is flying with characteristic American energy. It is ...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 9 August 1906

7 Shof PICTOBIAL MAGAZINE AOT COMIC SECTION" Is tl New Serial Story IN THE SHADOW OF SHAME By Fitzgerald Molloy Copyright by E. Fitzgerald Molioy. CHAPTER I. Valerius Galbraith stood by one of tne open windows in the drawing room of an old-fashioned red brick house in Hexton road. St. John's Wood, sur rounded by its own grounds and screened from the thoroughfare by a high, bulging, ivy-topped wall. Rather above the middle size and slight in figure, well made and erace- ful in his movements, he was a man whose presence gave the impression of elegance and distinction. His fair and rather florid complexion, wavv auburn hair, broad forehead, prominent blue eyes, his chin, and long, light mustache gave him claims to be considered decid edly handsome. Though close upon forty years, he scarcely looked thirty, so free was his face from lines or wrinkles, so perceptible the desire for pleasure his face betrayed, so bright his outlook upon lite. The graver cares and deeper sorrows of existenc...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 9 August 1906

V? f V ''-Js" PICTOKIAIi MAGAZINE AND COMIC SECTION V THE PRINCESS EVELYN. By INA BREEVORT ROBERTS. Roger sat watching the woman he had cdme to Woodbourne to see. She was -wie center of a group of young people who were discussing the details of a euchre party at the other end of the piazza. As Roger's glance wandered past them and across low, fertile fields to the blue hills beyond, there swept over him a realization of the absurdity of coming to the country to play cards. Roger sighed. He had thought that perhaps away from the town and its arti ficial life he would sometimes be able to get more than a word or a dance with the woman he loved; he had even hoped they might become comrades, com panions. But she had told other men beside him that she was coming to Woodbourne, it seemed; Roger could count at least half a dozen of her admirers in the group over which she was holding court. They had the card party arranged now, and were planning a climb up the nearest mountain next day to ...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 9 August 1906

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Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 16 August 1906

J ""vV S f be VOL. VII. NO. 33. MEADE, KANSAS, THURSDAY. AUGUST 16, 1906. 4, D. WEHRLE, Eoitor and PuaLi&Han. I I 1 II B . V " . l J 1st ! r I 1 a- iv.' nimmmnimmmtnmmmmmmmmmmniminntm I This Week i H Its melons, peaches and cante- ; loupes, spring chicken, j Grapes H HOME TOMATOES AND CABBAGE H CREAMERY AND COUNTRY BUTTER H: Things good to eat in general. 1 T&oevs T&auUv H. H- BUTU3R, Feed Mill Groin, Floor and Feed Pay the highest market price for all kinds of grain and alfalfa seed. CUSTOM GRINDING Only roller mill in the county. North National Hotel, Meade, Kansas. 8 I You will have to huppy if you keep up with the procession 1 The old sod house is a thing of I the past, and your neighbors are i taking advantage of this nice I weather and making hay while the sun shines, and he is wise for he knows if he waits he will have to pay more for his stuff. I "We havn't the largest stock in the west but we try at all times 1 to keep a well assorted stock of lumber, coal, plas...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 16 August 1906

MEADE COUNIY NEWS. 3ohn O. Wehrle, Publisher. MEADE, . KANSAS. r , - :, Every nation has a powder trust. Sometimes it is misplaced. There can't be much of a quarrel with the increasing immigration when . prosperity increases with it. A fine potato which flourishes in swamps has been discovered in. Uru guay. Who says that muck ought not to be raked? Japan say? she is keeping the door open in Manchuria, but she admits that he,- spry little tradera and concession-gobblers get through it first. Aa English paper says "Russia is one country that does not want to fight Japan." And in this respect Russia has company enough not to feel lonesome. Dreyfus went out of ,the army a captain, and returns as a major. However, not many men will delib erately select his means of securing promotion. A Cleveland woman is suing for di vorce because her 18-year-old husband smokes cigarettes. She ought to have made him show his fingers before she married him. A sea serpent has been captured near Little Nec...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 16 August 1906

1 A I 8 I i I 1 1 AN OLD PAINTER'S IDEAS." ' The autumn season Is coming more and more to be recognized as a most suitable time for housepaintlng. There Is no frost deep In the wood to make trouble for even the best Job of paint ing, and the general seasoning of the summer has put the wood into good condition In every way. The weather, moreover, is more likely to be settled for the necessary length of time to .allow all the coats to thoroughly dry, a ery important precaution.. An old and successful painter said . to the writer me oiuer any: nuuse uwueri would get more for their money if they would allow their painters to take " -more time, especially between coats. Instead of allowing barely time for the surface to get dry enough not to be "tacky several days (weeks .would not be too much) should be allowed; so that the coat might Bet through and through. It is inconvenient, of course, but, if one would suffer this Blight inconvenience,, it would add two or three years to the life o...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 16 August 1906

Meade County News. Published every Thursday by NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY, John D. Wkhrle, Editor. IHf OFFICIAL REWSPAPER OF 1EADE COCRTY. Entered in the Post office at Meade, Kan, as second class mail matter. Subscription, $1.00 per year. Advertising rates made known on applica tion. Locals run "tf." and charged for-at 5 cents per line for each insertion. AUGUST 16. 1906. TIME TABLE. Meade, - Kansas. tub "riqui Rood" 10 and irom and beiveen DELINQUENT TAX LIST For the year 1005 COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE, July 9th, 1906. Notice is hereby (riven that I will sell at public auction at the County Treasurer's Uthce in the City of Meade, Kansas, on the 1st Tuesday of September 1906, being the 4th day there of, commencing at 9 o'clock each day and continuing until the sale is completed, so much of each tract of land or town lot included in this list as may he necessary to pay the ' taxes and charges theieon for the year 1 90? and previous years. When not otherwise designated the tax is for 19...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 16 August 1906

'PI CT0R1 AL COLOR AND MAGAZINE SECTION" Sbe ffleadi County Iflcws . 4 VOL. VII. NO. 33 MEADE, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1906. J. D. WEHRLEublisher n 1 I Twas the same old life, in many ways, that we Hve to-day. "I see great changes going on iviry day of me life, but I see no change iviry fifty years." Right you are, Mr. Dooley, and you could toave, added in all truthfulness that, in manbasic respects, twas the same old life in city, town, village and coun try two thousand years ago as is lived to-day right here in new America. Of course, there was no iron horse thundering over the earth two thousand years ago. Travelers by foot and horse had not yet been scared half out of their wits by the tooting automobile. A little red schoolhouse did not sit in every valley., The convenience of rural free delivery was still to be invented; so, also, the reaper, the telephone, the threshing machine, the telegraph. But "man's a man for a' that," has been from the be ginning, will doubtless be...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 16 August 1906

PICTOBIAIi MAGAZINE AltD COMIC SECTION Al Know Your Rights and Secure Them ASILegal Documents and Advice Satisfac tion or Money Back If you are in any kind of business or family trouble you need advice. Our attorneys know the law of every State, end furnish reliable advice, at a nominal fee. Much of our business is keeping cur clients out of trouble. When you consult us your neighbor doesn't know all about it. We draw CONTRACTS, BILLS OF SALE, DEEDS, BONDS, MORTGA GES, MECHANICS' LIENS every kind of Legal Document, also at a nomi nal fee. We send you the document promptly, neatly typewritten or partly printed. INSURANCE INVESTIGATION BEGINS AT HOME. Do you know that the Insurance Com panies make thousands of dollars each year out of policy holders because of de fective policies? Send us your policies with 25c for one and 10c for each addi tional policy. Our experts will examine them and return them promptly. We tell you two things you ought to know: First, the companies that are alr...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 16 August 1906

PIOTOBIAL MAGAZINE AND COMIC SECTION IN THE SHADOW OF SHAME By Fitzgerald Molloy Copyright by E. Fitzgerald Molloy. 8fnoptii of Preceding Chapter. Olive pmnbmrton. after the legal separation from her bruoal buabaod, become a tucceaaful autboreaa and Hi quietly with ber daughter, Veronica, la Hextnaf Koad, St. John1 Wood. Xooaon. Her Due tmnd secretly returns to London and by letter make further demands for money. Her cousin, Valerius (.albralth, a man of Independent wealth, who has been in love with ber since early youth, calls to aaj farewell before starting on a trip to Egypt. A fort night later Olive Dumbarton la found In her library tioldtmc a dagger over the dead body of ber h "than ft boe la suspected of toe murder and IS axreated. CHAPTER IV. After being with some difficulty re stored to consciousness Mrs. Dumbar ton had, with the aid of an opiate, fallen into a profound sleep, from which she did not awake until midnight. ': Moving her head, she saw Veronica seated beside her...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 16 August 1906

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