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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 24 September 1908

mm VOL. IX NO. 38! " MEADE, KANSAS THURSDAY,:SEPTEMBER 24, 1908. 4. D.WEHRLE, Editor and Publisher. PRESENT POL lillfiL ISSUES DIuGUSuEE Both Democratic and Republi can Speakers Here fid Ml I And Joseph L. Bristow Last Tuesday - The people of Meade and sur rounding country have enjoyed quite an amount of political oratory dur ing the past few days. Hon. H. T. Farrelly, democratic candidate for the U. S. senate, and Sam I. Hale, democratic candidate for congress, spoke at the Phelps opera house last Saturday, at 2:00 p. in. There was a large and apprecia tive audience to greet them. They are both able defenders of their political belief and their tour of the country will undoubtedly serve ta strengthen the democratic party. On Tuesday the "22nd our people had the pleasure of hearing Joseph L. Bristow, the republican candi date fcr United States Senator. Mr. Bristow's popular cahTpaign in the rece.it primary was a sufficient drawing card, and a large audience greeted him in a very ent...

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. — 24 September 1908

Ube fiDeabe County THevva ' -; 5 John D. Wehrle, Editor. 0SSSSSSS3cSSSSSSSSSS8SSSS( VM I I I II diixi 'c: K i t i a Dll! Tkausas Ca Star's 1 W 1 n All DemoofQiic lift IT or Representative 124th district J. E. McNaq- For County Clerk W. VV. Pressly J For County Treasurer Moses Black ) For Register of Deeds V. T. Gray J For County Attorney D. P. VVysong Fr Probate Judge J. li. Ellis ? For Sheriff A. J. Byrns IFor Coroner E. W. Fletcher For County -Superintendent Mrs. Mattie Haigh 7. For County Surveyor N. C. Galway )For Clerk District Clerk Frank Ellis For Commissioner 2nd district James Wilson ?For Commissioner 3rd district F. M. Paul, Sr. The New York democrats nominated L. S. Ghanler for gov pernor at the state convention, September 16th. Fowler is organizing a brass band. A little music would un doubtedly be appreciated by the many victims of the typhoid fever ila that city. Congressman E. H. Madison will speak in this city on the ;23th of this month. Mr. Madison is a good talker ...

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. — 24 September 1908

i i fCUBIUD 1 PA voumtn.; uu, - HASCNIG BUILDING HEADE, KAS. phone m j i 111 r rr- r- v The best place m Meade .County to Buy Groceries Dry goods Notions Men's Work ClotVs We pay the highest price for i id Blii Special for one week: 18 pounds best Cane Sugar for With $2.00 purchase of other goods A T. Noble spent several days in AYichita last week. .- -'.Clias. Wines was a Liberal visitor jthe tatter part of last week. " Roy Gates, the auto man, took part of the Fowler base ball nine to Ashland this week. Charles Lamkin, a brother of Mrs. John D. Wehrle, was in the city Friday. John D Wehrle and wife, are at tending the Grand Encampment of Odd Fellows, at Denver, this week, C. P. Fullington and wife returned last week f;om an extended trip in the northwest. Miss Agnes Wehrle, of Bucklin, visited home folks here over Sun day. Thos. Barragree, of the Irish Flat community, was a caller at this of ,iice Saturday. M. O. Dank's was in the city last Friday enroute to his home at Nye, Okla....

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. — 24 September 1908

Ml' .i 11 International 11 ' Tailoring Co 1 it t II' i THE name International is all you need to know about a suit. It signifies Correctness, Dignity and Valve and alt thai goes to make perfection in Made-to-Measure Clothes. A call is necessary to convince you of their enormous facilities to render you the service you are looking for. All the newest modes and the biggest line of samples are awaiting your inspection, A.- a n J7 Much can be said on the subject of Clothes but so little is really necessary. So our tale willbe very brief. We represent the International Tailoring Com pany, of Chicago, whose reputation among the best dressers of the world stands unexcelled. Their material is as good as can be obtained, and their workmanship is superior to any. "We would be pleased to take your order for an Overcoat or Winter Suit and feel confident that we can please you if you want the beat clothing made. y D Ml n jsss At the Meade County News y-' - . . " "' - tji I . J jt rS" . - y " :? ...

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. — 1 October 1908

R ..... ... mews - - ' - - -V V. x r t -i V. . I VOL. IX NO. 39. 1. Ill III 1 " Doesn't Wait for Bryan to V- T!o rn lUr Pan BBIllLWi II After Heated Conference with Mr. Bryan Funds He Col lected Will not be Returned. vnicago, ocpi. ?o. v.nancs r i,? T f oel-rf11 r oil infante nnH rm rnnepe g t . C m. , M 1 . XT no longer treasurer of the Demo cratic campaign fund, having hand ed in his resignation last night, to day is on his way back to Guthrie after a forty-five minute conversa tion with William J. Bryan. At his desk in democratic headquarters sits J, B. Doolin, assistant treasurer, who will conduct the routine busi ness till Haskell's successor is ap pointed. Governor Haskell, still treasurer in name though not in fact, went .to .the train alone. His hurried de- parturelie said, was due to the ne V ) cessityvof his presence at the state 'capitol' of Oklahoma on Monday, .when the state tax board . meets.' , Asked if he would prosecute those who had mad.; the charges against him, h...

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. — 1 October 1908

SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSW; p j it ''-2. - J"' .-wv- - J s , ' . J" - !t y I ' - t I 4 4 "? v FeeMlili;iiraiii,lieiQiiu The above is a true likeness of a familiar face. A. Jack "jyrns,-we'l known to every one in Meade county. Mr. Byrns -tame to Meade county from Illinois in 1884 and settled on Crooked Creek in the north part of Meade county. In the fall of 1889 he -was elected sheriff 'and again re-elected in 1891. Since retiring -from that odice he has resided on a farm southwest of Meade, and for the last year has resided in Meade where he has worked at the cement and plastering trade. Mr. Byrns is an old soldier haying served in the Civil War in an Illinois regiment. He has raised a large family of children -all of whom are doing well, several residing in Meade county. Mr. Bryns has allied himself with the "square deal" repub licans and seeks the office on that issue. Tbe flDeabc County U-lews John D. Wehrle, Editor. nil IKK ri or Kcpi-esentative 124th district por Representative 12...

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. — 1 October 1908

! ---- ,-. -', MASONIC BLDG. PHONE 249. G v 6 c'cp i es, D py Goods Notions, Etc. . There isn't a store in town where your dollar . will go as far as here. We are selling- goods right. We want your trade; we will extend to you proper courtesy at all times, whether you or not. ' - DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Will be in shape in a few days to show you the best line of Ladies, Oents and Childrens Win ter Underwear, Hosiery, Blankets , and "Men's work Clothes in town, at prices that will sur prise you. GROCERY DEPARTMENT Has only the best of everything to offer you at the lowest prices. POTATOES s: Winter is coming, get in your potatoes. They are going to be high on account of scarcity ev erywhere, we will have a car of nice large Colo rado potatoes on track in a few-days. You can have what you want for winter if you order now at ijil.OO per Bushel. Price will be higher after we unload. Telephone in your orders. : Jess Bennett is erecting a. fine res idence in the southwest part of the city. ....

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. — 1 October 1908

1; , : ' ' ji" fW7 1 r - TV . Of . u il perfectioa ia convince you H are looking S3 samples are Much can be said on the subject of Clothes but so little is really necessary. So our tale will be very brief. We represent the International Tailoring Com pany, of Chicago, whose reputation among the best dressers of the world stands unexcelled. Their material is as good as can be obtained, and their workmanship is superior to any. We would be pleased to take your order for an Overcoat or Winter Suit and feel confident that we can please you if you want the bedt clothing made. At Co THE name International is all you need to know about a suit It signifies Correctness, Dignity and Value and all thai goes to make Made-to-Measure Clothes. A call is necessary to of their enormous facilities to render you tiie service you for. All the newest modes and the awaiting ' your inspection. ' " A. in the Meade County In t .J3 " fLJ and Tiples International 51 Tailoring Co. il biggest line of News s Pub...

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. — 8 October 1908

... V X. - - : . - -, VOL. IX NO. 40. MEADE; KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1908. J. D. WEHRLE, Editor and Publish. V A V ,-- V v. " - I- . D1FFEREHGE OF OPI In Regard to Quality of "Mira cle" Wheat But they Know as much as The .-y Grain men will Know GRAIN COMPANY STICKS UP FOR IT Some time ago T. J. Templer, president of the Kansas Grain com pany, undertook to distribute a new seed wheat, called "Miracle wheat," to, a few farmers throughout Kansas, at the different stations of the Kan sas Grain company, s with the idea that better seed would be found, re sulting in a larger yield of wheat. Mr. Tern pier acted as an agent of the J. Rosenbaum Grain . company of Chicago, owners of the. Terminal Elevator company, one of the iarg est gram concerns in the country. Arrangements had been made with a very few farmers to plant this seed when a Kansas City paper printed an interview with F. D. Coburn, secrs tary of the Kansas state board of agriculture, which quoted the secre tary as saying th...

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. — 8 October 1908

0 f- it a !inr IT 11 L 10 0 1 M a John D. Wehrle, Editor Rfiiliii! lie! : leisfi lii! I - iFor Representative 124th district - . For Representative 124th district ' J. E. McNair ; . ' " S. D. Adams j 2-or County Clerk - For County Clerk W. W. Pressly . . W. J. Woodard IFor County Treasurer; - For County Treasurer Moses Black . ' j! C. Hali . For Register of Deeds " For Register of Deeds W. T, Gray " . C. II. Burford iFor County Attorney . For County Attorney D. P. Wysong - ' - Geo. B. Allen ' " - f 3Hr Probate Judge For Probate Judge - J.H.Ellis ' J.H.Randolph Tor Sheriff , For Sheriff . A. J. Byrns ' J.S.Price For Coroner . ' For Coroner E. W. Fletcher . ' W. F. Fee " J- IFor County Superintendent . For County Superintendent Mrs. Mattie Haigh Mrs Lou McCrellis -For County Surveyor For County Surveyor N. C. Galway . G. W. Dalgarn IFor Clerk District Clerk For Clerk District Court P'rank ElKs ' John Elliott IFor Commissioner 2nd district For Commissioner 2nd district James Wilson F.I...

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. — 8 October 1908

'dn&i s. ?x r M - : . -.. 85 - ti : fc one oi A " soul stirrin few ; plays pfM w&$&rX ppltlKiJ::t: l 1 - M I- WmmMMmmm .drama. - i - L 7r.....u. - m, m ! " - - If ' " T " I Company! V I MASONIC BLDG. PHONE 249 MEADE, KAS. j Gnieenes. Dry Genus and Hoilis ; fei; imi m hi yWhx ii m hi I p Hosiery Hosiery i MONARCH DE HOSIERY DEPARTMENT We are exclusive agents for the ''Yankee Boy"hose, the best 15c line in the. world for boys. The', wear like buckskin. Our line of Misses and Childrcns hose is complete. Every pair guaranteed. Prices 10, 15 and 25 cents. - Our line of Ladies hose run in price from 10c to 50c. We have all sizes and shades. -We also have a complete line of Infants stockings, all colors. We want to call special attention to our large line of JMen's Fancy half hose. This line must be seen to be ap preciated. Per pah : : 15c and 25c RIBBONS A special lot of all Silk Taffeta ribbons; run in width . from 2 to 4 inches, all shades. Nothing like them ever sold here a...

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. — 8 October 1908

- 0? I. . . - ' Shall the Peoe Rule? TRUSTS FAVOR TO 'INTERESTS" ARE 8TRONGLY REPRESENTED ON THE REPUB LICAN COMMITTEE. SHELDON OFFICIAL FAT FRYER j LIST OF THOSE FROM WHOM HE GOT CONTRIBUTIONS. Republican Treasurer Is Director In v Twenty-One Corporations Raised Big Fund in 1908 Recommend ed by Standard Oil Attorney. Chicago, September Special). In connection with the controversy which the president has raised as to whether the trusts and financial concerns are most interested in the election of Mr. Taft or Mr. Bryan, the Democratic na tional committee calls attention to a fw of the controlling, spirits in the Republican committee who are active ly interested in trusts and monopo lies. At the head of the list stands George R. Sheldon, treasurer of the Repub lican national committee. Mr. Shel don's selection for this important post cf official "fat fryer" was made upon recommendation of William Nelson Cromwell, the great corporation law yer of Wall street, attorney for the Panama Ca...

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. — 15 October 1908

Stat, ! Hews, VOL. IX NO. 41. MEADE, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1908. DrWEHRLE, EtiTOnNO Pwslishsm. ( i. Story but that HewlHTafce His . Support irom JStubbs aii4 Give it to Botkin and Dividd Patronage of Office. Then Botkin to Throw his Sup Port to Help Lei and into the Coveted place in 1910 W. D. Rippey Authority Tor Story. From the Topeka Capital Uotkin for Governor for two years. ''' Elected, with the support of Cy rus Leland and his friends. T An equal division of the patronage of the office for two years. Cyrus Leland for Governor in 1910. Nominated and elected with the support of J. D. Botkin and his grateful friends. V This is the "slate" which J. D. Botkin, democratic candidate for governor, says has been agreed upon by himself and Cyrus Leland, the defeated candidate for the, republi- p can nomination for-governor. Mr. Botkin, who is a Methodist minister, told this story to W. D. Rippey, a prominent and wealthy Methodist Of ' Sjeverance, Doniphan county, a few days ago....

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. — 15 October 1908

- :5 -. 1 Zbe " ilDeabe Eount THews Jmkn I. AVkukLe,- Edixok. . v. V.cvr - ive i2.;th ;!--::r:c: - For" Representative 124th district J. :. MtNai. S.D.Adams '' ' , C-; ' i Fur County Clerk W. W. I'resy - W. J. Woodard C i !.-;y 1, usurer . Fn Cwutrty Treasurer- . ' Moses Fksfc v ' ' ' '"' J.C. Hair' YLi::'Kit-.T.ii 'Deed's -.: Fur Register of Deeds V. : 'IV .Gray ' " ' ' '" ' C. H. Burford '".. unfv .V.'.omey Vr County Attorney I. I Wysocu , - Geo. B. Allen ... ; Ci.;; For IVobate Judge J. 1L Elii:; J. H. Randolph .; - - For Sheriff . A. J, Ryrn . J- S. Price , - ti.: r For Coroner E.-W. Fletcher ' WV F. Fee y Si;ciintenderit Foi C6"unty Superintendent Mrs. Mania Haigh v' ' -"" - Mrs Lou McCrellis - . v x irv-evor For CSunty Surveyor N. C. Galwae - G. W. Dalgara Clerk & r Clerk District Court rran'-i Ellis John Elliott ...t-!ncr 3nci district For Commissioner 2nd district James VvY.sors ' '; F.-1.' Bennett io;i'T 3rd district ;v For3rtranissioner 3rd district f. M. Paul, Sr. -' ...

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. — 15 October 1908

Shafer Company MASONIC BLDG.. PHONE 249 We have decided to allow you the benefit of our 80c price for a few days yet. Our potatoes, are large well matured stock which fact assures inert" keeping quality. Buy liberally, they will vbegucb higher. CANNED CORN Ve are sroing.to give 3'ou a snap. We will have 100 cases fancy Iowa corn on track in a few days. This years pack, direct from the factory. You can have it by the case of two dozen cans at $1.75 Pep Case WINTER CLOTHES! We now have the "Royal Tailors" line. Let , us take your measure for a suit. Guaranteed to fit, ' guaranteed to wear, guaranteed to hold their shape until worn out. Prices the Lowest Meade, Monday I ' ,? mil i nil mm mm J A Mammoth One Ring Show Coming In all its Entirety NEW CLEAN AND UP-TO-DATE THE DeESTA FAMILY America's Greatest Aerialists A School of Educated Performing Dogs and Ponies v Funniest of all Funny Clowns 1 Two Performances Daily At 2:00 and 8:00 P. M. 5IEADE, KAS. SKI II - A Mrs: - Rose Colgan left...

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. — 15 October 1908

on I IIII i HOT THE PEOPLE FOR THE BANKS'' W. J, BRYAN. MAR 4Af WAY European Plan Special Sunday Dinners ROBERTS & BYRNS BROS. , First door north of Ooera House - - Meade, Kansas to the 111 Q "THE DM3 M FOR THE PEOPLE-f 1 li t t 3?- BEE "ST Oil UNG RAPS ITS OWN PLATFORM BY SEVERELY CRITICISING RE PUBLICAN TARIFF PLANK. LONGWORTH ON DYNASTY PRESIDENT'S SON-IN-LAW DE CLARES 8 YEARS TAFT THEN ROOSEVELT. Republicans Are Incensed at the Re marks Made by Longworth In His Rock Island (III.) Speech on the Succession of Presidency. The Omaha Bee, published by Vic tor Rosewater, member of the Repub lican national committee; and head of the Republican campaign publicity bu reau, has made the blunder of criticis ing vigorously part of the tariff plank of the Republican platform, the write , being under the impression that he was really pouring hot shot into Mr. Bryan. The Democratic leader, in a recent speech, had quoted that part of the Republican platform which is criticised. The editoria...

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. — 22 October 1908

" - - - i . " L:XS ' - , - r ' -. - : ' '- - -- if:.. ---- -.'-riiNf.;, C.C tllli v- ; o . the (f ' : .iom- X VOL. IX NO. 42. - r-n i -r-vT- xr i m i n mTTTTTci n 4 t rrmrrTr nc rvrvr lMJiiAiJrj, iVivrsDAo, inunoL'A i , uoiuclu zz,- tyuo. J. D.WEHRLE, Eoitorano Publisher. Bill HI fill' Farmers Should Watch Tbl3 Project vith Interest n 1 II Lincoln, Neb. Oct.. 10, 1908 Frank V. Bow en, Meade, Kas. Dear Sir: Wd have-yours of the 17th and note with interest your reference to the establishing of one of our model or demonstrating farms of Meade county. We have established a few of these farms with railroad assist ance, but this cannot be further at the present time. Consequently our requirement in addition to one-half section to a section of .good land, located near a good town and close to a railroad track, will be a loan of 3500.00. This loan, however, may be s;cured upon the land and placed on deposit in some of your banks to be drawn on for buildings, equip ments and improvements for...

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. — 22 October 1908

Zhc, ilDeabe County .IRews . - John' I). Wehele, Editor.- r itresentative 124th district for Representative 124th district J. E. McNajr S. D. Adams i :.. :Uy Clerk : . For' County Clerk W.W. Pressly - V. J. Woodard - or County Treasurer ' For County Treasurer . Moses Black J. C . Hall ; r Krister of Deeds . - v . For Register of Deeds W.T.Gray n C. II. Burford ,ir aty Attorney ' For County Attorney D. P. Wysong . Geo. B. Allen I'..- 5 r ;ate. Judge ' J; For Probate Judge J.H.Ellis .'- - J.H.Randolph' Hivrriff For Sheriff A. J. Byrns J. S. Price. , , ( . oner ' . For Coroner E. W. FletcLr - " ' W. F. Fee -! C-'i-.nty Superintendent For County Superintendent , Mrs. Mattie Haigh Mrs Lou McCrellis I nty Surveyor ' For County Surveyor N. C. Galway . G. V. Dalgarn j :i; CJIcrk District Clerk For Clerk District Court " Frank Ellis e John Elliott ( . Commissioner 2nd district For Commissioner 2nd district James Wiison ' F. I. Bennett ; . 1 C.nniisioner 3rd district For Commissioner 3rd dist...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 22 October 1908

'V. I- 4 V O ft Sli Gomoariti -ij MASONIC BLDG. PHONE 249" MEADE, KAS. Graces, hi ids il i Our 100 case lot of this years pack Iowa Sweet Corn is now in. We will fill your order at $1.75 per case of two dozen cans. ' We handle the - Bmppess FIoup Ask your friends who havejised it what they think about it. nifHTHiHT i Mrs.. Millard Martin returned from Salina Friday. The Ladies Aid Society expects to give a bazaar in Meade, Nov. 19. "The Presbyterian ladies cleared $42.45 at their entertainment last Friday night. Mrs. O. R. Stevens and son Fer rel are visiting home folks at Coats, Kansas, this week. We wish the people would send us any news items that they may have as it is a hard matter for us to guess at things. J. R." Burton, former U. S. Sena tor, was in Meade last Monday on legal business and went on to Liber al on No. 1 where he made a politi cal speech. Wednesday, October GREAT CONSOLIDATED Now the Biggest and Best p ccrlcss opuiar X I Tjie only big- zoological exhibition pres...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 22 October 1908

i! !i i . OH THE STUMP The Drummer Takes a Spellbinder's Place, and Tells Why He Looks for an Avalanche In November Slang ily, but Straight He Talks "In junction Bill" and "Errand Boy Sherman," and Assumes the Role ! of Cannon-Cracker The Scared j Householder and the Burglar. Monroeville's Democrats, assisted by the county committee, had planned what the posters called "A Monster J?ryan Ratification Meeting." The Re publican school teacher remarked that the first three wcrds of the placard held more truth than all the rest of the sheet; but then, he was a recent importation from Boston, and so was expected to sit in the seat of the scornful. Undisturbed by any such grammatical peccadilloes, most of Monroeville's thousand . voters, and several hundred men from the outly ing' country, turned out to hear the music and the speech-making. There was consternation in the ranks of the committee when the eve ning train brought no Lawyer Squires, the bright oratorical light upon whom their fa...

Publication Title: Meade County News
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