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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 16 July 1908

v VOL. IX NO 28. MEADE, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1908. 4. D. WEHRLE, 1 01TOA anO KiBUmb. : i - 5 1 ..-.- t D I y win De Lampaisn ury or t . Democrats. V maiana lvian oets ft ft m Second Place A Great Convention Denver, July, 10, 3:00 A. M. W. J. Bryan, democracy's idolized leadery.was nominated on the first ballot, at the Denver National Con vention, this, Friday morning. The ballot stood, Bryan, 892, John son, 46, Gray 59. Convention Hall, Denver, July jo John Worth Kern was today nominated by acclamation for vice president by the Democratic nation al convention thus completing the work of the convention and sending to the country the ticket of Bryan and Kern. The nomination was made with out the formality of a vote, all other candidates withdrawing. The re sult awakened a tremendous demon stration. The convention adjourned amid scenes of enthusiasm. Convention Hall, Denver, July 10. At 1 o'clock, the hour to which the convention adjourned this morning, not one-fourth of the dele...

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 July 1908

XCbe flDeabe County Bews Tohjt D. Wehkle Editor. The Oracle Has Spoken. The great man; CHesty Long -the man who is responsible for the President, the framer of the Republican platform, the great statesman of Kansas in public, but the secret alley of Wall street addressed about 150 people in Garden City Thursday night, but fuily one-fourth left the house before the meeting closed. The following synopsis will fully cover the speech: "I am the great man of Kansas, and Bill White is a liar. "This," waving a copy of the National Republican platform, "is what I stand on not because I and God framed it but because it states what our party stands for, and Bill White is a liar when lie says I voted 33 times against the interests of Kansas and for Wall street and the special interests." "Me and the President and Bill Taft are real chummy, and Bill White lies when he-says I am standing under the coattails of Roosevelt. "Bill White is a liar and a maclicious scoundrel when he drrws a parallel b...

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 July 1908

V J SHAFER ill. EASOXIC BUILDIHG IEADE, KS. PHOSE 249 j f i Have you tried the HOME BRAND Pure Foods? If not you are missing a rare treat. - You will not ask ' again for fresh vegetables if you once try ' Home French Stringless Beans, ' Home Spinach Home Tomatoes, Home Corn, etc. Your Breakfast is not, com plete without a cup of HOME COFFEE. Home Brand Pure Sugar Syrup is what you want on those pan cakes. Home Pure Tomato Catsup will make the meat taste right. Home Shrimps, Lobster and Salmon blend nicely with Home Salad Dressing. Home Brand Ceylon Tea for 6upper lb air tight tins. Phone f6r what you want. We will deliver it promptly.: - E. J. Rice was in town yesterday. Sam Lamkin and wife and baby vinited at the News home last Sun day. Prof. Townsend, of the Fowler Academy, was here yesterday on business. M. P. Petefish has advertised a sale of his personal property and we understand will move away. j. v. .aiou aim miss n.uuua Chatelain were at the hotel for din ner Sunday. Fowler...

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 July 1908

Crooked Creek Items. Hot! Hotter'l-Hottest!!! Tke thermometer read I to degrees in the shade Saturday. The harvesters are busy at R. M. Painter's this week cutting oats. , The S. S. Convention was attended by an interested and attentive crowd Sunday. The program began promptly at 10:30 and lasted Until noon. The audience was then dismiss ed for dinner. At 2:00 the house was again called to order by the president, Mr. Hul burt. The, program of the day was resumed and continued until 5:00. After re-electing J'udson Hulbut president and Miss Nell Thompson secretary of the convention for the succeeding year, the crowd adjourned. ." Miss Zada Black. of (Meade was visiting in the neighborhood the latter part of the week. Bob Hollister had quite an exciting time Friday, His team became unmanagablx while in the field at work and he was thrown violently from the rake on the ground. His shoulder blade being fractured from the fall. Although this was quite a painful accident yet we are glad to...

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. — 23 July 1908

I ! f V.' K X" - VOL. IX NO 29. MEADE, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1908. - - 4 1 tf. D. WEHRLE, EotTWHAND PulutHlR. Counts 11 a hc -tiff ' I v. v - v I I I - I I . It-. k 10 J. L. Bristpw Wants Pub lic Discussion. To Be Held During bast Week of Campaign. Salina, Kan., - July 2o.-Before he left Salina this afternoon, J. L. Bristow, candidate for the, United States Senate against Senator Long, sent a challenge to the Senator to meet him in a series of six joint debates one of.which shall be held in Topeka in which the issue J of the day may be discussed. The challenge stipulates that the debates shall be held during the week pre ceeding the primaries. Following s the challenge which was mailed out this afternoon: The challenge follows: "Salina, Kan., July 20. Senator Chester I. Long, care Long's Sen atorial headquarters, Topeka, Kan. "Sir When at the state conven tion you announced your candidacy tor re-election, you stated that you proposed to make the race upon the record of your ser...

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. — 23 July 1908

Zbe fllieabe County TFlevvs John D. Wehrle, Editor. The Conquering Hero Comes iFrom The Garden City Herald." Lack of time last week prevented, a detailed account of the triumphal entry of Chesty Long into the city, but so important an event must not be overlooked, and the Herald would be neglectful of the work of future historians if this great event was passed over in silence. It had been heralded for days that the great man would enter 'the town by way of Scott City, and active preparations were started to make the entry one of magnificence and impressiveness. :so the collar wearers, the slaves of the machine, the hangers on, ;and the official pap suckers, hastened to the north on the eventful day to meet the procession coming from Scott Cit No automobiles were allowed as some unthinking people ;might construe this into machine politics, so all went out in carriages and buggies. When the triumphal procession from the .north appeared the column was reformed, and came into the city ...

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. — 23 July 1908

jplTil 4 RASONIG BUILDING "MIDI OS. - f PINE 249 I -4 GROCERIES VV" quote you herewith a few Specials good for one week. - DRIED FRUITS Apples, 12)4 c grade, 3Bbfor25c -Apricots new, 20c grade, per lb 15c Prunes, Santa Clara, 31b for 25c Peaches, Fancy Mirns, 2lb for 25c Raisins, Large, 31b for 25c CANNED GOODS Black Raspberries, 20c grade, per can 15c , Blackberries, 1 8c grade, 2 for 25c Pears, 31b can 20c grade, pr can 15c Peaches, 31b can, California, 15c Peaches, 31b can, Heavy Syrup, 25c Pumpkin, 31b can, - 3 for 25c Gallon Blueberries, per can 70c Gallon Peaches, . per can 60c Gallon Pumpkin, " per can 40c Gallon Rhubarb, ; per can 45c Gallon Apples,. ; ; per can 25c Tomatoes, 2lb can,, 3 for 25c Tomatoes. 31b can, 10c Peas, Early June, ... 10c Peas, Soaked, 3 for 25c Corn, 3 for 25c String Beans, Wax & Green, 3 for 25c SYRUP I Gal Can, Pure Sugar, 60c I Gal Can, 33 per cent sugar, 50c New Orleans, full quart can, 2 for 25c I lb Jar Pure Jam, 15c I Quart Pure Apple Butter...

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. — 23 July 1908

li - ; i mrr )TI Alin f T If ATillA - All ADORf-4 The flew primary election iaw is expected to make some trouble at the primary next August. Until the voters become familiar with it they will have to be coached some in order to prevent them from destroying their -ballots. This is no discredit to the voter be cause as a rule he is in a hurry and ' doesn't have time to study the instructions that are around the booth. The Attorney General's lice has prepared some copies of instructions to the voters at the primary. At the time of the primary these instruc tions will be placarded at the voting place, but the officials think it would be a good i.lea for the voters to read up now while there is nothing to take their time. For this reason the following instructions have been oirt: To obtain ballot After giving your name and residence and the political party for which you desire to vote, if you are a voter vou will receive a ballot from one of the judges, with the number of your ballot wri...

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. — 30 July 1908

VOL. IX NO. 30. MEA33E, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1908. J. D. W EH RLE, Editor and Publisher. A Liberal Compliment Be Charitable Punished the Boys Mr. Frank G Field, of Pretty Prairie, (Should Receive Support of the County ' and State Reno county presents to the Dem ocrats of Kansas as a candidate for the nomination for railroad com missioner the Hon. Frank C. Field of Pretty Prairie. In doing so it is with the firm feeling that if he is nominated and elected no apologies will ntror Ko t- 1 onir w Vi - f comings on his part. - Frank Field is a thorough Kansan. lie came to this state and county with his parents in 1876, then a boy of 16 years. He lived on a farm about seventeen years and then moved to the town of Pretty Prairie, where, he has since resided. For the past .fifteen years he has been en gaged in the mercantile and grain business, Hp has nlvenve tatpn an arti'up in. " " J " " - . ' - 1 M ' 1 . . J I leresi in political matters ana nas twice served as chairman of the Demo...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 30 July 1908

XLbc flbeab'e. County IRews fanN t. Wehsle, Editor. ; Stubbs Helped Pass Labop Laws :3o says Frank Gurry, a Union Lsabor Man Frank Currjr, of Topeka, vice-president of the State Feder ation of Labor and secretary of the Topeka Industrial Council and .a member of Cigar Makers' Union No. 36, has written the following open letter to N. B. Burge, in reply to Burge's letter to W. R. ;Stnbbs. Mr. Curry brought the letter to the Capital office and .asked that it be published. The letter in full follows: . "Topeka, Kansas, July 6, 1908. 'N. B. Burge, Bond Broker, "Topeka, Kansas, - Dear Sir: Your letter of June 29, 1908, to W. R. Stubbs, i mi.. i. i ,i x : . i t i: a :310tea. lue coniems gaggeu me m uj'iug ludssimuaic. xuuutcu .later by the press that your letter has the indorsement of Samuel Gompers, president of the A. F. of L., and he calls on all organized -v.orkingmen and their friends to defeat W. R. Stubbs. "That is where I sat up and took notice. By vhat hook' or 'Crook, or wafting ...

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. — 30 July 1908

H MASONIC BUILDING 9 T GROCERIES - We quote you herewith a. few Specials good for oneweek. DRIED FRUITS 1 Apples, I2c grade, 3ft for 25c Apricots nzw, 20c grade, per lb 15c Prunes, Santa Clara, 31b for 25c Peaches, Fancy Mirns, 2lb for 25c Raisins, Large, ... . 3'ib for 25c CANNED GOODS Black Raspberries, 20c grade, " .- , per can 15c Blackberries, 1 8c grade, 2 for 25c Pears, 31b can 20c grade, pr can 15c Peaches, 31b can, California, 15c Peaches, 31b can, Heavy Syrup, 25c Pumpkin, 31b can, Gallon Blueberries, Gallon Peaches, Gallon Pumpkin, Gallon Rhubarb, Gallon Apples, Tomatoes, 2lb can, Tomatoes. 31b can, Peas, Early June, Peas, Soaked, Corn, 3 for 25c per can 7c per can 60c. per can 40c per can 45c per can 25c 3 for 25c IOC- 10c 3 for 25c 3 for 25c String Beans, Wax & Green, 3 for 25c SYRUP " I Gal Can, Pure Sugar, 60c I Gal Can, 33 per cent sugar, 50c New Orleans, full quart can, 2 for 25c MEADE; KA3. 1 PHONE 249 - j i lib Jar Pure Tarn, 15c 1 Quart Pure Apple Butter, 20c...

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. — 30 July 1908

: Delinquent Tax kist for 1907 't ..." - (First Published July, 30. 1908) ', : County Treasurers Office, July 6, 1 90S. ' - . Notice is hereby given that I will sell at public auction at the County Treasurers office in the city of Meade, Kan sas, on the first Tuesday of September, 1908, being the first day thereof, commencing at 9 o'clock each day and continu ing until the sale is complete, so much of each tract of land or town lot included in the following list as may be necessary to pay the taxes'and charges thereon for the year 1907, and previous years. When toot otherwise designated the tax 13 for the year 1907. - ' Ormond Ham iLton, County Treasurer, .' ' . ; Meade County, Kansas. FORWARD MARCH? .i i - - 1 "V to tfte FOWLER TOWNSHIP swj 21 7 87 Twp 33 Range 27 ne 11 13 83 SAND CREEK TOWNSHIP - Twp 30 Kange lot 2 of neH &3of ne4 1 nH 'If 7 16 12 65 12 08 Twp 34 Range 26 lots 1. 2 sU neU 4 6 6 6 12 S W 74 part neH north R R UcrenHnwM 1 acre nY nw4 MIL T " I - lots 1, 2 & ...

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. — 6 August 1908

K VOL. IX NO. 31. MEADE, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1908. 4. D. WEHRLE. EbiTOft Ao utLiSMcn.- to C!G CROWD PROMISED FOR THE RE Advice? from the county vice presidents of the Southwestern Vet erans Association give promise of the largest attendance in the history of the Association. Secretary Ar ment and Quartermaster Sidlow have everything prepared to give the veterans a warm welcome. .-.The Park association has a large force of men at work cleaning up the park) and it will be in better shape than ever before. While the program this year may not have the top-notchers that have attended other reunions there is yet a good probability of some outside talent. Mayor Reeves is in com munication with Vice-Presidential nominee Kern, of Indiana, and has hope that he will yet come. Mr. Kern has given a conditional prom ise, but it is the decisive, promise that Mr. Reeves is after. Congressman Madison is urging Senator Gore to remove the condi tion from his pledge, and to come to the Short Gr...

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. — 6 August 1908

Zbc YIDeabe County IRews John D. Wehrle, Editor. iibbs-Carries the State Has a barge Majority Srssfow Also Nominated for Senator Over Chester I. liong. Kyan Democratic Candidate Other Election News Topeka, August 5. The latest returns up to 3 o'clock this afternoon seem to make the nomination of J. L. Bristow for sena tor practically sure. It looks as if he would get about 90 to 95 leg islative districts, 83 being necessary for a choice. This result is not conceded, as the Long men prefer to wait ior complete returns, but there is no reasonable doubt of this re sult. . ' ' - : The news that all the northwest counties except Decatur had gcue for Bristow determined the situation which had been consid ered doubtful this morning. Long carried a majority of the Sev enth district. Topeka, August 5. Morton Albaugh, campaign manager for U. S. Senator Chester I. Long, this afternoon conceded the nomin ation of J. L. Bristow. In a signed statement he said that Bristow Mould have from 10 to 18...

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. — 6 August 1908

1 n D- MMIC BUltDlNG v fMEADE, KAS mm v. Groceries , We would like to have you try our New Crop uncolored . Japan Tea, just "in. Ask for "Locomotive 999" if you want the best tea that grows in the gardens of Japan , Price per Half Pound Package 30 Cents ' If you have not yet tried our "Leader Coffee" you are miss ing a rare treat. For the price 25c per pound we invite com parison. . .. X) r r Pnn trt fA iiro e in t" r ir n t V l e week. . . ; Bicycle to trade for a phonograph 1 Chas. F. Funk. it ; Billie Cockins left for Hutchinson Wednesday morning.' The treasurers statement appears . in another column of this issue. " Tno-T nrlrKorf lnef Viic ham hv firp last this morning. His loss will be about $1000. The countv commissioners will - meet Friday to canvass the returns of the primary. Misses Flossie and Frances Black are here from Lawrence visiting theis father and sister. Editor Mulman, or tne lioerai rsews, was in town wecinesaay tesi-ine- a car of gasoline recently re- "j 1 i "!...

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. — 6 August 1908

0 : K fr' ' j i i Delinquent Tax List Fop 1907 - (First Published July, jo. 1908) County Treasurers Office, July 6, 1908. . ' Notice is hereby given that I will sell at public auction at the County Treasurers office in the city of Meade, Kan sas, on the first Tuesday of September, 1908, being the first day thereof, commencing at 9 o'clock each day and Continu ing until the sale is complete, So much of each tract of land or town lot included in the following list as may be necessary to pay the taxes and charges thereon for the year 1 907, and previous years. When not otherwise designated the tax is for the year 1907, '. OrmoND Hamilton, County Treasurer, ' ' ' ' Meade County, Kansas. ORWA R MARCH! te! fowler Township ; Twp3o Ranee 36 lit 2 of nett & 3 oT ae 1 ... 7 16 nve'A IS 12 65 wi 22 12 08 Twp 31 Range 26 swM 3 10 06 wj 4 S 92 part neM north R R 6 75 lacren!4nwX 6 7 94 1 acre n'A nwlt 6 6 42 lot4ofsw4 12 2 41 lots 1, 2 & se of wH 13 7 03 vty, ne & enw4 24 10 06 lots ...

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. — 13 August 1908

VOL. IX NO. 32. MEADE, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST. 13, 1908. 4. D. WEHRLE, Editor and Publisher. E Prominent Citizens Held for Cattle Stealing. A Couple of Cow Punchers are Implicated i-iuerai independent. Tuesday morning the town was amazed when Jas. D. Mahoney and Homer F. Myers, butchers, and Bob and Walter McComas, cow punchers, were all arrested and locKea .up on tne cnarge or stealing cattle. - Tuesday afternoon they appeared 'before Justice McClure and their bonds fixed at $1000 each, pending the preliiminary examination which will occur Saturday. Mahoney and Myers gave Dona tor tneir appear ance, and the McComas boys went ..back to jail. The complaints were sworn out by Charley Light, the owner of the two cows in the possession of these men at the time of the arrest. It seems that a number of the cat tlemen nave Deen losing cattle re cently and have been watching the proceedings in a quiet way for some time. Monday they concluded that their cattle were being butchered and sold...

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. — 13 August 1908

4 v 'A okx D. Wekrle, Editor. l he Official Count The County Board was in session last Friday and made the official count of the recent primary election held in the county and i.-'.te. The result was not changed very materially .from the re sults indicated last week. The vote on the candidates where there was anv contest is as follows: . - For Governor Stubbs, SOS; Iceland, .122, For Attorney General Jackson, 339; Williams 72. For State Printer Austin, 113; McNeal, 221; Reid, 69. For Senator Bristow, 298; Long 128. -For Representative McXair, 299; Cjckins, 115. The above are on the state ticket and is the total vote of the 'county. Following is the result on the Republican county ticket: Register of Deeds Bateman 176, Gray 213. v Superintendent of Public Instruction Backe 201, Haigh 213. District Clerk Ellis 319, Potter 89. The following is the result on the Democratic State and vunsty tickets where there were contests: - Governor Botkin 43, Harrison 31, Ryan 84. Attorney General Fr...

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. — 13 August 1908

I... "I 1 Pi i Vi .? Y 1 7? A I 1 J r S D UU. J " MEADE. KftS-. d & h QU11EED ) ; J msonis warn PHONE 243 Groceries try our iNew Crop uncoiored m Japan Tea, just in. Ask for "U "Locomotive 999" if you want g the best tea that grows in the gardens of Japan Price per Half Pound Package 30 Cents If you have not yet tried our y "Leader Coffee you are miss ing a rare treat. For the price 25c per pound we invite com- Sunday School program m anoth er column. - The Presbyterian ladies served ice cream last Friday and Saturday. Dr. Leslie returned Sunday frem Wichita, where he -had been on bus iness. I.J. Stanton, that tall sycamore, of Fowler, was in town Monday on business. Miss Leah DeCow went to Dodge Monday to attend the reunion and visit friends. Miss Margaret Carbaugh, of Illi nois, is visiting at the home of John Frame in this city. J, W. Eaton, our popular tonsor r vial artist, made a trip to Fowler Sun , day, returning Monday. The Liberal ball nine came up last Sunday and broug...

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. — 13 August 1908

Delinquent Tax List for 1907 ...... . (First Published Julyo. I $08) V V ' ; - V'.; County Treasurers Office, July 6, 1908. - ' . ' - " t " . : Notice is hereby given that I will sell at public auction at the Counfy Treasurers office in the city of Meade,- Kan sasron the first Tuesday of September, I908, being the first day thereof, commencing at 9 o'clock each day and'tontinu ing until the sale is complete, so much of each tract of land or town lot included in the following" fist' as may be necessary to pay the taxes and charges thereon for the year 1907, and previous years. When not otherwise designated the tas' is for the year 1907. - . , . ' . v - - ' OrmoNd Ham ilton; County Treasurer, ' y . ' '-' - Meade County, Kansas. ' - . 72 34 . . 31 , 41 - 35 31 43 ' - 35 , 31 48 35 31 FA WEST PLAINS 13 to 18 incl ,57 1 45' 19 to 24 incl - 57 145 - 19 to 24 incl 105 r 1 45 16 113 - - 31 ' 17 . 118 " 31 13 - . 118 . 31 11 -122- - 31,. 12 - 122 ' SI- - - - ' 7 to 13 incl . 126 1 66 10 ,136...

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