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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 3 December 1908

VOL. IX N'0. 48. MEADE, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1908. J. D. WEKflLE, Editor and Publisher. How About That Party? Have your Kisses, Macroons, Lady Fingers Pond Lillies, Creafti Puffs or anything else. Let Holderman be Voup Baker Not open on Sundays 1 I 1 European Plan Special Sunday Dinners ROBERTS & BYRNS BROS. rl First door north of Opera House - Meade, Kansas OWL, RESTAURANT Elmer Schmoker, Proprietor North side square next dodr to Fee's Drug Store Regular meals served every day Short orders at all hours. Also handle cold drinks This place has been thoroughly renovated "WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE chirrs FARMERS LAND COMPANY :R. C. GRIGGS, Manager,; Western Lands. I make a specialty of Texas Pan handle lands and can furnish any amount you desire in that state. Call or address. FARMERS LAND CO., MEADE, KANSAS. It Will e To Youp Interest fo go to the Y ft and lef the lowest prices on Lumbep, Coal, Posts, Brick, Lime, Plaster, and cement. COAL $6 and $6.50 pep ton. I MISSOURI...

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. — 3 December 1908

THE WORLDS G3EATESTSEW1NG MACHINE LIGHT RUNNING il& jar you want either a Vibrating Shuttle, Rotary Shuttle or a Single Thread Chain Stitch Sewing Machine write to "THE NEW HOME SEWINQ MACHINE COMPANY Orange Mass. IMany sewinff machines are made to sell regardless ot quality, but the New Home Is made to wrar. Our guaranty never runs out. Sold by antborized .dealers only FOR SALS BY , i Stamper Harmony, f Colors RW u one of (hi r.-. jSs-it:; ..Hichanuon's Superlative RUGS Lbest P1ADE IN At I GRADES Ask to see our Illustrated Catalogue of RUC5.CARPET5 Linoleums. Curtains Etc A soecial line ol samples orfV' exhibition at our store. Fletcher Furniture Go. FLETCHER BROS,, il-l . 'S'il. 1 1 I d. f aim E1B1 Ml CONTEST NOTICE. First published Nov. 19th 1908 Department of the Interior. United ,States Land Office. Dodge City, Kansas, Nov. nth 1908 A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Roy Goodhart, contest ant, agamst homestead enny ro. 24050, ser ial No. 0189...

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. — 3 December 1908

p . & V V V f .v: y f v v ., : . A'- f' .1- v r V K7 ornpany MASONIC BLDG. PHONE 249 MEADE, KAS. Just received a fresh lot of Home Brand Pan Cake flour per package Home Brand Buckwheat flour per package Home Brand Maple Syrup, absolutely pure, per one gallon can - - - 15c 15c $1.65 We handle the Empress FIoup Ask your friends who have used it, what they think about it. Tuesday December 8th, 1908 At 10 o'clock a. m. at the Bodle ranch 20 miles south and 3 miles west of Meade. Three miles east of Miles postoffice. I will sell at public auction the following de scribed property: 8 Head of Registered Eereford . Cattle 1- 4 year old bull 2- 7 " 14 cows 1-4 44 " cow 1-3 44 44 44 2 heifer calves 1 bull calf 1-5 year old cow unregistered Farm Machinery 1-2 disc gang plow 1 new riding lister 1 new riding cultivator 1 McCormick grain binder 1 Deering mower 1 McCormick self dump rake 1 go-devil 1-14 inch breaker 1 roller 1 Mandt farm trucks 1 farm wagon 1 hay rake One set double work harne...

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. — 3 December 1908

ft p -" i " ' M OJ in In Jlr U 'v .; .'. J n 0 Ul r L i' i i Finding our store room much too small for the large stock of goods which we have on hand, we have concluded to make a big reduction on everything in our store dur ing the 15 days from November 28th until December 12th. This is the greatest underpricing event that has ever been known in Southwest Kansas and comes at a time when it means a great having on your fall and winter supplies. This great reduction is not made for the purpose of unloading a lot of shelf worn and shoddy stuff, but to cut down our stock to such an extent that we will have sufficient room to display all our goods. Our stock is all first-class goods that we have handled for years and have stood behind, everything bearing the maker's name which is a guarantee of itself. This great reduction sale is so sweeping in character and the oppor tunities to save are so numerous that we only have room in this paper for a few of the great bargains which we offer. Be...

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. — 10 December 1908

J State H htoril 8ocietv f.' VOL. IX NO. 49. MEADE, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER ID, 1908. HSR. 1 k 7 I) EMONSTRATING PiftilpilBflll Will Be Established in Meade County in the Near Future 'V. . by the National Land and Sub-Irrigation Co. ;IIE.SIfillil 'f Will Be , 1 Ml I if ' At the Globe and Also Ta&es a Fling at "Tax-Payer" as Follows: a Great Thing for .the City and the County.. J. D. Ford, a Representative Here Now. J Special to the News. - Kansas Citv. Mo.. Der. ird ino8 .y j, - ri'Prof. form L. Wieeans, uresident of the National Land and Sub-Irrigation Co., a $3,000,000 corporation f Arizona, stated today that his ' 'com Dan v vo"nld soon beirin the in- Ystallation of demonstration plants in Western Kansas, eastern Colorado j and New Mexico, and have them completed and in operation before ) the coming spring. He further stat ed that a- plant would probably be installed at no distant date in Meade County, Kansas but refused to say f-jf -at just what point. - The .Wiggins syst...

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. — 10 December 1908

?FR YORLOS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE FLIGHT RUNNING Hf you want either a Vibrating Shuttle, Rotary Shuttle or a Single Thread Chain Slitch Sewing Machine write to THE NEW HOME SEWINQ MACHINE COMPANY Orange, Mass. 3lany sewine machines are made to sell regardless of ntialirv. but the STew Home is made to v-ar. rinr iruarantv never runs out. 9 -J 'Sold by authorized dealers only FOR SALK BY J. 1. Stamper Harmonyy Colors fo'ii u one of the i9 L V- - ''HT'nirnKniT rn r i- i 5' features 0: LUJiy H ..Richaffdsoifs Superlative KRDOS MADE IN ALL GRADES Ask. to see our Illustrated Catalogue of Rucs.Carpets. Linoleums. Curtains. Etc A special line oi samples on exhibition at our store. Fletcher Furniture Co. IHome Made Varn Goods. Mens or bjys jackets, cuffs, scarfs, rtocks and stockings made of best quality Saxony yarn. Address. J. "VV. Ogilivie,. Meade Kansas or leave orders at News office and see sam ples. rA Kodak fop Christmas It is now time to look up some tthing for Xmas, what is nicer t...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 10 December 1908

-A FOE CHRISTMAS We have the finest line we ever purchased. Call and get our prices before placing your orders. We will also have Ohpisfmas - Trees n n d ft D ecoratjo Tor HoIId III The Marshall Mer. Co., have a . candy ad in this issue. The revival meetings continife at the Baptist church with much suc cess. Mrs. Belle Smith was up from Dalhart last wehk visiting her par ents. Miss Pearl Young left Monday for her home at Pretty Prarie Kan sas. J. E. McNair was in town Tues day. He has been hauling corn to his ranch. John Carlile is getting his auto repaired and will soon be ready to show land. Work on the bowling alley is pro ceeding rapidla and will soon be in operation. ' Sam Givler was in town Tuesday 4 and while here made this office a " " pleasant call. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gray and daughter are visiting W. C. Osgood 5r. and family. Charles A. Horthals, of Coin, Okla., and Miss Mary D. Pay ton, of Redbluff, were united in marriage Wednesday by Judge Randolph. Dr. Fee returned fro...

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. — 10 December 1908

AND AUTOMOBILES ON FARM. FALL CULTIVATION OF ORCHARD. CAPTIVE BALLOON; ON A WARSHIP i They Are Coming to FHl a Placs of Real Utility. RJIA -mt TI 5 .' "fl 6 A DIRT ROADS. 1 How They Are Kept in Good Cond tion in Sections of Missouri. . ' ' fairs. There are three tools that are- beiag ; ; There seems a reason to believe used in Missouri in keeping, the dirt the automobile fa coming to be a live roads , in good condition the grader, i proposition as a farmer's conveyance the drag and the harrow, writes a cor- j for general road work where extremes respondent of the Farmers Voice. The' weight-carrying power does not enter grader, costing from $200 to $500, is into the problem, declares Prairie used in rolling up the roads. This is . Farmer. Automobiles, for instance done, or, at least, should be done, in are seemingly being put to various th? spring of the year. If the roads. USes by farmers on the coast. Aftetr are graded in the fall they get ( discussing the usefulness of the motor 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. — 17 December 1908

'( VOL. IX NO. 50. :,, . - MEADE, KANSAS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 17, 1908. 4. D. W is t t. t. i P Laundry epfeef oap i Fail-bank's SUNNY MONDAY is a laundry soap that we are glad .'. to reccomend. It is the perfect 4 laundry soap, made from the high ; est grade materials by, a company that knows how to make soap. I Sonoy Monday is pure, white,. efficient. No rosin or other adulter- ants tnat rot ana rum raoncs. isest or an, it con tains a remarkable new soap ingredient, called a dirt starter that makes clothes clean, and takes all the labor out of washing. You can wash everything with Sunny Monday in any water,, at any temper ature. One ttar of Sunny Monday does as much cleansing as two bars of any other soap, because it is all soap. Give Sunny Monday a trial and' acquire a good habit. . . We also recomnied thee other Fairbank soap products Gold Dust washing powder. Glycerine-tar shampoo soap Fairy, toilet - soap - Pumnio, hand soap The name ''Fairbank" guarantees quality. Mr. Pearson, ...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 17 December 1908

3HEW0RLDS GREATEST SEWiKS MACHIRE ii r if you want either a Vibrating Shuttle, Rotary Shuttle or a Single Thread CAain&ttcAj Sewing Machine write to THE NEW HOME SEWINQ MACHINE COMPANY Orange, Mass. IMany sewing machines are made to sellreeardless of quality, but the Xew Home is made to w-ar. Our guaranty never runs out. Sold by authorized dealers only. . -fOZ SAUC BY J. 1. Stamper .Harmony Colors iMJISiim S .;KchanIsorfs Superlative iTMADE IN ALL GRADES Ask to see our Illustrated Catalogue of RucsCarpetx Linoleums. CURTAINS Etc A special line ol samples on exhibition at our store. Fletcher Furniture Co. REDBT.TJFF BRIEFS We failed to state in our last correspondenc that Mrs. . May "Wiswell was sick. She is now njp and well again. We wish to recall the report concerning; James Benge's baby. Jt was a mistake, we were misin formed. Buried from the German -church here, last Thursday, the anfant child of Rudolf Schulz liv ing on the old Kilbourne place, rsouth of Meade. It died on D...

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. — 17 December 1908

i iv. ! f,. ' : i ; - r J' i - r, ? t. f; r ' V-;. -; ' p V.v -' . MASONIC BLDG. , Groceries, ")De Avaoe k stock ov New Citron, per lb 30c Dill Pickles per doz 15c Black Walnuts " 6c Sweet pickles 44 10c Hickory Nuts 8c Sour pickles . 10c New Naval Oranges per doz 35c , Popcorn per lb 34c New Layer Rasins per lb 25c Sage, ground . lb can 10c Orange Peel 44 30c Currants . per pkg 10c Nuts a11 kinds 20c Mince Meat 44 10c Cranberries per quart 15c Christin Everything in this department must Christmas ' regardless of A nice line of Oriental Busts at 50c, The bowling alley will soon be ready for opening. : i o cents buys a gallon of the best icoaldilar Marshall's. . Sea shell novelties -at Fletcher's Furniture Co A. T. Bode, Tr. is in Illinois on business this week. Japanese baskets make nice pres ents at Fletcher Furniture Co. Chinaware and dolls at Fletcher's Furniture Co.. for Christmas. Manager Phelps has had the chim neys on the opera house built higher. R. V. Derry was down from Gr...

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. — 17 December 1908

BRAN FOR COWS. PROFITABLE AGES OF FOWLS. WINTERING THE COLT. 1 Character of the Feed from Different Mills Varies Considerably. First Laying Year of a Hen the Best Profit. Gives He Must Be Better Fed Than Is the Idle Work Horse. WHEAT INDIVIDUAL HOGHOUSE. Good Type of Shelter Which is Easily Built. The illustration shows a type of the i individual hoghouse which is cheaply j made ana at tne j same time a very satisfactory struc ture. The founda- j tion consists of .j SS?2-? ' our two by f ours ! each eight feet ; long. They are set upon the ground ers from smaller establishments. The on edge and braces placed between j per cent', of protein varied from 14.32 them before the floor, which is six by per cent, in the bran of a roller proc eight feet, is nailed to them. Upon ' ess mill with an annual output of this floor erect a frame consisting of j 1,200 tons to 19 per cent, in first two A-shaped end frames and a strip , grade roller process brans from one of at the top for the comb. th...

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. — 24 December 1908

VOL. IX NO. 51. MEADE, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1908. 4. D. WEHRLE, Editor and Publisher. Official Vote of Meade County 1908 1 IIv LLL I. The vote of township is finally counted after considerable ' delay, is getting the turns properly signed and authenticated. 11 I I ill IIS F. M. Paul, Sr. republican, candidate for commissioner wins by 1 majority aud Moses Black republican candidate for county treasurer wins by a majority of 14. Frank lUlis and John iuliott are a tie on votes and m casting lots Elliott wins. The MerlHla vote cast at the re cent election has at last been count ed. After several weeks delay the supreme court ordered the county board to meet and permit the elic tion board or Mertilla twp. come down and properly sign the returns, after which had been done, for the board to canvass the same and de clare the result. The board met last Saturday and the election board . came down and signed the returns, after which they were taken by the canvassing board and they we...

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 December 1908

-T t f i r '1: T -r I '11 it :lt .44 .ii ".44 .11 .11 f ... .11 GLOA In order to reduce our Stock" of Ladise, Misses and Childrens Cloaks which is still large and com plete. We are making exceptional low prices and if you are in and want any of these goods you are respectfully invited to call and see our line. We will be pleased to show you the goods and convince you that you can save by patronizing Home Merchants. THE WORLDS GREATEST SEW1N 8 MACHINE A, .11 Tt I WEHRLE'S I it - 4? I LIGHT RUNNING PUBLICATION NOTICE. it whs Be o Your Interest to go to the i. Gf and get the lowest prices on Lumbep, Coal, Posts, Brick, Lime, Plaster, and cement. COAL, -$6 and .$6.50 per ton. " THE 'MISSOURI- LUMBER 8 SUPPLY CO.. If you want either a Vibrating Shuttle, Rotary Shuttle or a Single Thread Chain Stitch THE NEW HOME SEWINQ MACHINE COMPANY Orange, jviass. Many sewing machines are made to sell reeardless of quality, Duttne jaew M.vrs is mauc w Our .guaranty never runs out. Sold by authorized d...

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 December 1908

k v - 7? f - 1 IY FOR CHRISTMAS We have the finest line we ever purchased. Call and get our prices before placing your orders?" We will also have'-: Ghpisfms Trees 1 -' ri for I Decorations Soilia ' Harold Read is home spending Christmas. Miss Agnes Wehrle returned from Uucklin this week. Fess Stalder is home from Man- J hattan to spend Christmas. We wish you oil a Merry Christ mas and a happy New-Year. Herbert Conger is home from Manhattan to spend the holidays. , D, M. Mackey was up from the Cimarron river the first of the week. Thurston Bodle is home from Manhattan where he is attending school. Ordinance No. 92 relating to re funding some old city bonds appears in this issue. . Clede and Bruce Kellar are home from Manhattan for the Christmas vacation, j .... . .. ., " ' Herbert Graves is home from Hutchinson to spend the holidays with his parents. Roy Gates is suffering from a mashed finger the result of a large hall falling on same. Miss Mona McMeel is home from Mount Carmel Aca...

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 December 1908

RISEN. 3 STALK CUTTER. t5ne Which Will Chop Them Up on the Ground. The accompanying illustration is a '.sketch cf s. stalk cutter which I have ysed for two seasons and have found it 'Entirely satisfactory, writes ;a farmer in Prairie Farmer. The knives and fjolts cost -ahoat two dollars.; The tim- T:r I cut in the woods, shaping it with n ax, and so cost nothing except the i A is a section from a log, and is 32 inches long and 12 inches in diameter. , -B tskjid Ii Are timbers 5 inches square ; and 4 feet long, mortised to receive ! P!an of a Field Stack Cutter. the cross pieces C, G, C, which are four inches square and 46 inches long, six inches of each end being worked down to a tenon. D is a short tongue, t he complete length of which is five or j six feet. This frame is fastened to gether with bolts. H, H are twt iron hcoks ; to drag fallen stalks into line. A rGnnd 1-inch Iron pin is driven into the center of each end of the log and revolves in 1-inch holes in D, B. The knives E...

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. — 31 December 1908

( State Historical Societv i VOL. IX NO. 52. MEADE, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1908. J. D.WEHRLE, Editor and Publisher. 1, 1 1 Will EIIH llESIHlfil 10 10.000; II 0 I! Tidal Wave at Messina Added Terrcr to People Driven, Half Clad, From Houses, and Drowned Thousands of Victoms Injured and Held in Ruins. Ill" IS II I TOI Ilfflt ISiliNU Many of Ruins Took Fire, Prisons were openen, Vandals ; Began Robbing and Scene was one of Utter Hopeless ness; Mt. Etna in Eruption. Obituary Daniel Gerow was born in Sacket Harbor, New York, March 25, 1828. Moved to Braughtn Canada with his parents when about 5 years of age. His mother died when he was 7 years old. Was married to Letticia Elliott July 8, 1862, to this union was born four children, two girls and two boys, Mrs. Minnie Graves, Mrs. Mabel Casteen, Benjamin Frederic and Roscoe Sidney Gerow, all of whom survive him except Benjamin F. Gerow, who died Aug. 4, 1868. Moved from Canada to Port Huron Michigan in 1874 and from there to Macon M...

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. — 31 December 1908

I It ;r IT TT J?: TT V, . t Ti ti It ii .it it it In order to reduce our Stock of Ladise, Misses and Childrens Cloaks which is still large and com plete. We are making exceptional low prices and if you are in and want any of these goods you are respectfully invited to call and see our line. We will be pleased to show you the goods and convince you that you can save by patronizing Home Merchants. . : . AT 1 ......... t r x tT THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWiN 3 UAGHIGE 'LIGHT RUNNING'S; It WHS DC o Youp Interest to go i to foe to l ill Go. lowesf and Jet the ppices on 1L Ooalt Fosfst cement. pick and lip PUBLICATION NOTICE. If you wanteithera Vibrating Shuttle, Rotary fcjtmttie or a Single Thread Chain Sti(ch Sewing Machine write to THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CGMPANY Orange, IVlass. Many sewing machines are made to sell regardless of quality, but the New Home is made to v-ar. Our guaranty never runs out. 9 Sold by authorized dealers only. FOR SALS BY J. I. Stamper lanftQRy Color . ''ir-iii'...

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. — 31 December 1908

Morton Wilson was m wcauc Monday from Englewood. l;OUvTo Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Smith a baby boy on Dec, 24th. Born To Mr. and Mr. Charles Fleming, ou Dec. 24, a baby girl. Tohlinir. ot r ow- J li ' J 1 0 J V j - ' o ler, was ciown iuouuay uu uuo.i. . 1 11 Coliran is up and around again after a sick spell lasting a few weeks. J. H. Lamkin and Frank Stout were down from Gray county last "Monday. Wm. Miiler returned last week from Kansas City where he has been on business. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Miller are visitiug with Mr. Barber and family iu the country. Miss Agnes Wehrle left last Sat urday for St. Louis where she will visit for several weeks. Mrs. Ernest Russell is here from Iola visiting her parents, H. G. Marshall and family. ' Mr. Morton Braden of Eureka, Kansas, came in to see Mrs. John Braden who died Tuesday. The editor and family spent ("hrisfmas with 1. H. Lamkin and family in south Gray county. Miss Etnma Specht, who is teach ing at Liberal, spent the holidays with her parents so...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 31 December 1908

rt A Wti AMD C i0 ALFALFA EXPERIENCE. Juiga Humphrey. Tefls of His Success with Crop. Among the successful growers of al fall a iu Illinois is Judge J. Otis Hum phrey of Sangamon county. Speaking of iiis experience with the crop at the Tazewell county farmers' institute re cently, he said: "I tried for three years to grow al falfa and it died out every time, but I don't say that a crop can't be growr simply because I failed in producing it. The scientist is among us, and he is the only man who actually knows, and he has finally taught us how to make alfalfa grow. "Then I agreed to follow the exact advice of Dr. Cyril G. Hopkin3 of the Illinois agricultural experiment sta tion, got soil from an old alfalfa field (soil from a sweet clover patch will ic the same) to inoculate the ground with bacteria. The land was rich as !i-eam and thoroughly tiled. I put on bone meal, lime and manure and plowed it under. "After working the ground into the rest order I ever saw a field, I had it worke...

Publication Title: Meade County News
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