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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 7 January 1909

VOL. X NO. 1. MEADE, KANSAS , THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1909. 4. D. WEHRLE, Editor and Publisher. IK I I 1 1 v I " : J 1 ,V . v r A! OFFERED Congress Votes $800,000 to the Suffering Italians. I Supplies Already Order ed There by the President. CONTRIBUTIONS POURING IN Subscriptions Received Mon day Amounted to $49,758. tD CROSS SOCIETY BUSY -attcbes tIn Many States Are Serving Fttuds Money is PCow' Only Thing Needed in the Relief Work. Washington, Jan. 4. Bountiful provision for the earthquake suffer ers of Italy was made by congress today by unanimous vote. In the house there was tiandclapping as the bill vigorous carrying the appropriation of $800,000 was granted almost immediately after the reception in both houses of a message from the president calling attention to the calamity. ' The president' signature was not fixed to the bill tonight as it did not reach him, neither the vice presided njjr the speaker yet having signedPhr-j esident Roosevelt will sign the 11, making it effective...

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. — 7 January 1909

It 1 4 .1 i a, .1 4. 41 4 ' ..i t si y 1 t. h 1 CLOA 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 SEWING MACHINE I I CUT Dl IMMIMT 9 WEHRLB S It Will e To to your interest to go to the nil and get the lowest prices on Lumber, Ooalf Posts, Brick, Lime, Plaster, and cement. COAL 36 and $6.50 per ton. I lill LUMBER I SUPPLY CO. u.imm Manager. - Meatie. Kansas. FORD AUTOMOBILES ' PUBLICATION NOTICE. If you want either a Vibrating Shuttle, Rotary Shuttle or a Single Thread Chain Stilchl Sewing Machine write to THE NEW HOME SEWINQ MACHINE COMPANY Orange, IVIass. Many sewine machines are made to sell regardless of quality, but the Sen Home is made to war. Our guaranty ...

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. — 7 January 1909

.itftiw - xil' .,1 t jmuhih n ii in ii m mini 1 1 ninrwn inimM f I ' 11 11 Commencing Saturday January 9th until January 23rd. I am overstocked with canned goods and I will sell the Pickwick, Faust, and Congress at cost by the 150 cases of Corn 125 cases 100 cases of pear and plum 75 cases 100 cases of cherries J "100 cases apricots i pics' ackfo The above are all new goods which were bought in June and delivered a month ago. Come and see and be convinced. They will he sold at cost. I will also include in this sale one car of pota toes at 80 cents per bushel. 200 cans K. C. Baking Powder 25c size for 18cts . 1000 lbs dried apricots, 3 lbs for 25c 20 cases of Lye, Lewis, Greenich or Merry War, at 90cts per dozen. w ; ij. o. uorger, nr.,, is couuucu i his 1ibme with a regular case of measles... r Miss Mona McMeel returned to Wichita Sunday morning to attend Mount Carmel. Ben Marshall ana bene ivicxvieei left Sunday night for Lawrence to attend school. If you want help or a job call on...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 7 January 1909

HOmaJLTURE STAMP POUNDER 51 YEAR8. " GIVE COWS" FRESH AIR. George H. Chamberlin, Wisconsin, Holds Postmaster Record. Window Arranged for Ventilation Wo Hundred Thousand Easily Applied to Your Barn. i r. "I jl T If Families l - 3 I j! i 1 IMPROVING POTATOES. Three Methods for Improving this Staple Vegetable. Three methods for improving the po tato are in use: (1) Crossing desirable plants and comparing their seedings under controlled conditions.. (2) . Se lecting extreme fluctuations among 'the plants and tubers of a variety. (3) Finding and isolating sudden changes or mutations. That advance is possible by the first method is admitted from the results of its use by the best breeders. Theo retically, the new varieties obtained are merely new combinations of qual ities which, were held by the germ cells of the two parents. If our knowl edge of inheritance in the potato were adequate, we could . make the proper combination to obtain what we wish at will, but at present we can not do 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. — 14 January 1909

vol; NO. 2. MEADE, KANSAS, THURSDAY; JANUAKY 14, 1909. l. D. WEHRLE, Editor and Publisher. MR OUU nw?T In the Reapportionment Plan in the Legislature. Large Niimbers of Members of this Committee are - From West End of the State mm lil. 11 Iff For the Governor Mentioned" it in .his Message. Would Make a Representative for earn of the Counties of Western Kansas Tcpeka, Jan. 13. Western Kan ' sas drew'first blood in the reappur . tionment fight that is certain to de t. vclop in the. legislature this, winter. The reapportionment committee in I be house was one of the first com mittees to be appointed and was the UlSl ICglSlilLlVC LUUJ UJ1 lite IU iv- pointed. The only other committees appointed from that body were the ployment committee. Hoth of these committees will devote their time to . matters connected with the legisla- live body. - The southwest is well represented -- on tne reapportionment - toiuiuiucc anri if tfiprp is nr . rpannortionment ' this, year it will not be because 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. — 14 January 1909

TEE WORLDS GREATEST SEYiti 3 liACHIKE 1 f LIGHT RUNNING 2 First Publication January 14, 19091 of County Superintendent of Public Instruction I IE ' I I 11 I I II li I II 1 liil Quarter begins July 1908. Ends October 1903 Meade County, Kansas. 1. : Number of District schools yisited tbisquax- ter giving- number of each district: (lt) 3, 9, 12, 7, 22, 53, 61. 35, 21, 23, 42, 57, 31, 30, 14. IS. 2. Average lenjjth ot time spent in actual nchool inspection: 1V4 hours in each school. 3? r i it it" v In order to reduce our Stock of Ladise, Misses 'arid 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. it- it: it' it it I HRL If will to your interest to go to I IIP 111 Uu and get the lowest prices on Lumber, CoaIt Posts, Brick, Lime, Plaster, a...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 14 January 1909

M ; A TP X Off K3 B.Bfj orrj r n rrs n m r ns .The sort of play a1 i V - i t (V v r9 : H0k wr ate? i 1 12 (So EGIA Two weeks Commencing Saturday January 9th and continuing until January 23rd. r I am overstocked with canned goods and I will sell the Pickwick, Faust, and Congress at cost by the 150 cases of Corn 100 cases of pear and plum 75 cases 100 cases of cherries 100 cases apricots B ackb pies and G The above are all new goods which were bought in June and delivered a month ago. Come and see and be convinced. They will be sold at cost. I will also include in this sale one car of pota toes at 80 cents per bushel. 200 cans K. C. Baking Powder 25c size for 18cts . 1000 lbs dried apricots, 3 lbs for 25c 20 cases of Lye, Lewis, Greenich or Merry War, at 9Qcts per dozen. Henry Wear, of Wichita is here this week on business. . ; . Ernest Dettinger returned to v Meade after several months absence. We are pleased to announce that Mrs. Walt Smith is slowly improv - ing. . , ; ; J. R. Colg...

Publication Title: Meade County News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 14 January 1909

CEMETERY TENEMENTS WILL HIDE OLD GRAVES IN GOTHAM. Property Is Sold and Forefathers of j Many of New York's Prominent j Men Will Have Their Bones Reinterred. New York. Crowds of curious tene- merit dwellers pressed about the can-; va3 screens the other day, behind '. which laborers were excavating the : bodies in the old St. Patrick's Ca-; thedral cemetery, situated in the block ' bounded by East Eleventh and Twelfth streets, First avenue and avenue A. ; The ground has been sold by the trus- ; tees of St. Patrick's cathedral and the bodies will be removed to a large j lot provided for the, purpose in Cal vary cemetery.. j Few interments have been made there since August, 1S48, and for many years the place has been surrounded by tenement structures. Now other buildings will be erected on the va cant plot and the historic burial ground will exist only in the memory of a i:3w cf the oldest citizens. For 20 years or more the removal of the cemetery has been scubbornly opposed by many de...

Publication Title: Meade County News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 21 January 1909

x,8cas1 MEADE, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1909. VOL. X NO. 3. f. D. WEHRLE, Editor nc Polishes. I f r I V K ,!:' tr Q i - ) Independent Telephone Association. em Oklahoma met at Meade,' Wed nesday January 20th and a large crowd of telephone managers were present. The meeting was called to order by the president, F. I. Bennett. C. A. Sloan, of Pratt, is Secretary and was present. The order of business was taken up and the different topics of inter est were thoroughly discussed. A resolution was passed favoring the present tax law. Dodge City was selected as the meeting place for next year. The following officers were chosen for the year: President, A. G. Barnett, Dodge. V-Pres. H. P. Garrett, Beaver Sec'y. Harry Williams, Meade.. These meetings are a great benefit to the members and the local tele phone people did a good job of en tertaining the visitors, at least a vote of thanks was extended to them for their efforts. The following members were pres ent: 1 I. Bennett, Meade, ' H...

Publication Title: Meade County News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 21 January 1909

1 KANSAS ' STATE ; 10 It , H. H. , BUTTER, I Rrni A Brief Review of the Happenings of a Week Condensed Into Paragraph for oar Busy Readers fee 11 n lUUU 9) it ii i 1 it: Ai ii . ii ii Li -? :i? .it i! is V, i J ! 1L t-.r- ii "t? 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. WEHRLE'S I AT i! I J WIS Be To to your interest to go l. to the or u CO. and get the lowest opices on Lumber Coal, Posts, Brick, Lime, Piaster, and cement. COAL. $6 and $6.50 per n. HE : MISSOURI-LUMBER S SUPPLY-CO. 1. 1 iLlrRl iartoger. Meade, tens. FORD AUTOMOBILES Hi B. 3V1. GATES, Agent, Meade, Kansas iiS 8 y : -fry Mirrr 5c Smokeless Powder Shells "LEADER" and "REPEATER" The superiority of Winchester Smokeles...

Publication Title: Meade County News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 21 January 1909

( p-'fir-,,.!,. ., ,,,, ,jWiMWIWPni 1W CAJtii, .LViL?7-rXiv. . t r " i - - VZ -l -.11 IMiL.iWi.nli-ni.u n.i,ilV t s IS Commencing Saturday January 9th and continuing : until January 23rd. I am overstocked with canned goods and I will sell the celebrated brands Martell, - ' . Pickwick, Faust, and Congress at cost by the case or assorted 150 cases of Corn 125 cases of tomatoes 100 cases of pear and plum 75 cases of sweet potatoes 100 cases of cherries 100 cases apricots 100 cases peaches 100 cases pears Bla Kaspb s pies and Grapes The above are all new goods which were bought in June and delivered a month ago. Come and see and be convinced. They will be sold at cost. I will also include in this sale one car of pota toes at 80 cents per bushel. 200 cans K. C. Baking-Powder 25c size for 18cts 1000 lbs dried apricots, 3 lbs for 25c 20 cases of Lye, Lewis, Greenich or Merry War, at 9Qcts per dozen. M mm mm yprn mm mMnmpum uia ipwW". uul 0. Ml 22 pel Af id in mm FAMOUS TOPEKA HOTEL COM PLE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 21 January 1909

I.- ...V' THE OIL SUIT NEARLY ENDED IS GREATEST CIVIL ACTION EVER BROUGHT IN THIS COUNTRY. Record In Government's Suit to Dis solve the Standard Already Makes 22 Volumes. ' New York, Jan. 16. With the examination of W. W. Pinkington in Charge of the records of the Standard Oil Company's pije lines, on matters relating to the shipping of Lima, Ind., and Oklahoma oil, the government's suit for dissolution of the Standard Oil company came to a close here Friday. There are jstill two or three witnesses to be heard in re buttal, but these will be examined in Chicago Tuesday, an adjournment till them having been taken for the pur pose at the conclusion of Friday's bearing. The case, which Friday practically ended so far s the submission of evi dence Is concerned, will undoubtedly go down in legal 'history as the great est civil action ever brought before the tribunals of the country. The record already comprises 22 printed volumes and represents a cost to the litigants of nearly $10,000,0...

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. — 28 January 1909

r i it' . f '"fa. VOL. X NO. 4. MEADE, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1909. f. D. WEHRLE, EorrORANk. iishbr. r. - : it.' i :. r f 4 v J, V- f - . r JSC-- V ! 0 I I- KANSAS "NIGHT RIDERS. Stevens Couaty Men Indicted for Intimidating Negros. Kasas City, Mo., Jan. 16. Kight men of Stevens county, Kan., who are charged with riding their community of Majxji Stokes, an old negro, and his neice, Lillian Stokes, by "Night Ruler" tactics, have been indicted by a special grand jury in the district court at Kansas City, Kan. They are charged with in timidating the negros and depriving them of their rights, under the con stitution of the United States, an offence which under the federal j statutes provides a maximum fine of $5,000 or ten years' imprisonment. No arrests have yet been made. Major Stokes, an ex-slave, and his niece were members of a little col ony of negros, who' were hotnestead- ing farms near Hugoton. H. J. J Uone, U. S. district attorney, said that this anti negro movement start...

Publication Title: Meade County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 28 January 1909

Tt u it -.4 U 41 li u it . ' -U it .i .4; ;i i .r at M 9. C 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. t I 4? 8 4T 8 T 4t ii 4? j ti it ? 4! 4? 4? 4T . L Latest Kansas Events. It Will Be To to your interest to go to the Q 1 II and get the lowest prices on Lumber, Coal, Posts, Brick Lime, Plaster and Cement. ' To Ray Kansas $500,000. Kansas may expfect to have almost $500,000 to put into a good roads fund or into tree planting if it should so desire if congress acts in accordance with the ruling of the auditor for the war department. The amount $425, 065, is the interest and discount on money borrowed from Kansas to sup press Indian raids in the '60s. The principal has been returned ...

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. — 28 January 1909

ii i mi i mi . 1 Masonic Bldg. Meade, Pop One With every order S FE C I A I of Dry Goods, Notions, or Gents Furnishings, we 20ib. cane sugar for Or Empress Flour Or lOOIbs I Fancy Potatoes for 5 The 3tope That Satisfies A few rifles left at Shafer & Co at $2.50. , Only a few more rifles at Shafer & Co. $2.50. Jim Stamper has valentines from 5c to $5. See them. Measles and whooping cough are the order of the day. Shafer & Co. have, a few more ' rifles left, (-all at once. '"'"'Wanted Girl for general house work. Call at Shafer & Co. Will take photo post cards for two weeks, Meade Photographer. Oliver Frame and hb mother went - to Sante Fa Monday to visit a few days. Stamper has the finest valentines ever brought to Meade. Call and see them. Cord Kruse returned from McFar land Saturday. He is staying with Honry GruemkenSr. We have 6 more Springfield rifles left at S2.50. You had better hurry Shafer Sr Co. Why not use Photo Post Cards for Valentines? See Backe, the Phot...

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. — 28 January 1909

CLEANLINESS IN FEEDING. Keep Troughs for Hogs as sweet and r.lftsn 9e f)thr Animals. PUBLICATION NOTICE. First published Jan. 2 1 st 199. ' In the Disvrict Court of Meade county, in the State of Kansas, ss. Edna Henderson, Plaintiff, - vs. William Butler and Butler, his wife, and Lewis Wagner and ' Wagner, his wife, defendants. The State of Kansas to the said defendants William Uuiler and Butlei, hif wife, whose christian name is unknowa and Lewis Wagner and Warner, his wife, whose christian name is unknown, will take notice that they hare been sued in the District Court of M a le county, in the state of Kansas, by the vniH nlaintiff. and must-answer the oeti-' ' The hog responds as readily to ; tlon 1 therein by said plaintiff, on or be cleanliness and care as any other anl-; rtr2 lne 4th day of -March, A. D. 1909, or tnai on the farm. Not long since I was said petition will be taken as true, and judg greatly Impressed with the lack of mem for plaintiff in said action, against the ...

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. — 4 February 1909

VOL. X NO. 5. MEADE, KANSAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 4va909. W. D. WENRLE, EoiTOft no Publisher. I ?- J ;;. .4 ' i ii ' i u. 1 I; y X, : r ' .' u - V 1 V I., v -V I: I CLOAKS I 1 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. WEHRLgS v i i It If Will D T o e to your interest to go f o the into i Mr- and get the lowest pricey on Lumber, Coal, Posts, Brick, Lime, Plaster and Cement. Ad COAL .$6 and .$6.50 pep ton. I MISSOURI LUMBER I SUPPLY CO., I. N. Walters. Manager. ' '. we. Kansas. J. R. GRAVES, President No. 7192. F..W. CURL. Cashier. W. F. CASTEEN, V-President. MEADE, KANSAS. CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00. " Fully Paid. GOHSERVflTIVE BUI II 111 BRANCHES A HOME . INSTITUTION. This new and ac...

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. — 4 February 1909

KANSAS STATE NEWS Farmers to Aid a Y. M. C. A. Salina is to have a new Y. M. C. Af building and it is to be paid for in a : novel way. It is estimated that the building will cost from $18,000 to $20,- 000 and the money is to be raised by . subscriptions, Several citizens of Sa Zlina and Saline county will give $1 a : month for three years. The farmers of the .county are taking an 'interest : in the matter of a new Y. M. C. A. -building and many of them have said "that they would give liberally toward the cause. A farmer's wife has sug gested that as many farmers as can W- KANSAS DAY LOYAL KANSANS IN VARIOUS CITIES CELEBRATED THE. STATE'S ANNIVERSARY. SENATOR LONG IN NEW YORK THE SIXTIETH CONGRESS WORK OF FINAL SESSION FULL SWING. IS IN Happenings of Interest in Both the Senate and House During , : the Past Week. The Public Not Invited. "Washington, D. C. A seat in the galleries of the house on the day the Addresses Kansas Society at Fourth electoral vote is ' canvassed can be se- An...

Publication Title: Meade County News
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Meade County news. — 4 February 1909

:c. F. '.JSHAFEK ;& Go. teis. fin Masonic Bldg. Meade, SPEC Pop One Week With every order for $3.00 worth of Dry Goods, Notions, or Gents Furnishings, we will give you 201b cane su5ar for Or Empress Flour Or lOOIbs I 5 bo . fihh- 33.75 The Store That Satisfies Meade State Bank Increases Its Capital Til? charter board of the state of Kansas has approved the application of the stockholders of The Meade State JLJank increasing us capuai stock from io,ooc.oo to $30,000.00 i'his - with, its surplus account, of $10,006.00 gives this old, reliable and-well established institution a workiug capital of $40,000.00 mak- iag .it not only the largest bank in the county, but one of the largest and best equipped banks in the en tire southwest. The officers of this institution are all old timers and have lived in the west more than 20 jears and have an acquaintance with conditions which thoroughly equips them for doing a conservative banking busi ness. Last year this bank erected one of the fin...

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. — 4 February 1909

V;S PUBLICATION NOTICE. Vast published Feb. 4 th 9?Q la thd D.-iiuicl Court of Meade county, in . tv- sttatff ot Kansas, Si. uua Fte&dersntt, I'Jaltrtttf, vs. . William Butler and Butler, his wife, ..aa5 Lewis Wagner and Wagner, his ' wife, defendants.1 Tae State of Kansas to the said defendants Willmm Bailer jnwd Batlei, hif wife, wbcss christian earns is unknown and Lewis "Wagner and Wagner, his wife, whose vhristian name is unknown, will take notice that they have been sued in the District Court ...-of Meade county, in the state of Kansas, by y :lhe said plaintiff, and must answer the peti ' uo:i riled therein by said plaintiff, on or be fore ihe ,18th day of March, A. IX 1909, or said petition will be taken as trae, and judg ment for plaintiff in said action, against the ;sai I defendants William Butler and Batler, his wife, and Lewis Wagner and Wagner, his wife, for the possession of the following described tract of real property ly-,-ing in Meade county and state of Kansas...

Publication Title: Meade County News
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