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The Agra Sentinel from Agra, Kansas • 4

The Agra Sentineli
Agra, Kansas
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THE AGRA SENTINEL THE AGRA SENTINEL A. R. Gross, Proprietor. Painting and Decorating! Paper Hanging. All Work Will Receive Careful and Prompt Attention.

CHAS. BEACH. The City Garage A '17 and an '18 Dodge, an Oakland 6, all in excellent condition. Pullman and other makes. We buy and sell all makes.

Come in and look them over. EMERSON A. SMITH. MEETINGS The People of the Christian church have begun a series of meetings, under the direction of Bro. H.

G. Bond. Your presence at these services will be helpful to you and appreciated by the church. FAULKENDER'S CAFE Short Orders, Cigars, Confectionery and Tobacco. Let Us Furnish Lunch for Your Public Sate E.

0. Faulkender. M. A. SPAULDING, Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer A.

R. GROSS in charge of Agra stock. CLAIR HALBERT in charge of Kirwin stock Telephone 100, Agra, Kansas, for prompt and honest service. Harmon's Cafe! Short Orders, Bread, Pies, Cigars and Cold Drinks. Let Me Furnish the Lunch for Your PUBLIC SALE Grover Harmon.

What Need Has a Girl? WHAT need has a girl of a bank account? The future may make it plain. The widow left with some means but little or no business ability is not an uncommon occurrence. The woman who acquires a knowledge of business will find it greatly to her benefit all her life. This bank gives special attention to accounts of young girls, young women and women. THE FIRST STATE BANK, Agra, Kansas.

Entered as second-class matter Jan. 16, 1904, at ihe postoffice at Agra, Kansas. under the act of Congress of March 3, 1897. ANNOUNCEMENTS Please announce me as a candidate for State Senator on the Republican ticket. Subject to the pleasure of the voters at the primaries in August.

adv John M. Gray. 'I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Clerk of the Cistrict Court on the Democratic ticket, subject to the decision of the primaries in August adv H. Elman Ritchey Please announce me as a republican candidate for the office of County Superintendent of public instruction. adv.

H. E. Bradley We announce S. A. Matteson, of Crystal township, as republican candidate for the nomination for sheriff.

subject to the decision of the primalies in August. adv Want Ads. Etc. FOR tank and pump house cheap. Enquire at the Sentinel office.

Security calf food and Rockledge's poultry tonic. A. C. Atchison. Those wishing young chickens with or with hens.

Leave orders early. Mrs. O. G. Reeves.

-At the Opera house, a lady's pocket book. It's here. 80 Acres For Sale Section 18 Crystal Township. Nancy Loyd land. Possesion at once.

Price $3000.00 Good terms L. E. Womer. C. G.

Stevens, of Osborne, the eye specialist will be at the Beedy Hotel, Agra, Monday, March 22nd. At Kenrington, Thursday and Friday, March 25th and 26th. adv FOR White Leghorn eggs $1.00 per setting of 15 eggs or $6.00 per hundred. J. C.

Atchison. FOR SALE: About 8 tons alfalfa hay in stack at $10.00 per ton. adv 10-3p Joel Merrifield. Land For Sale A acre tract of land on south Main street. One acre 10 alfalfa.

Will sell right. A fine building place with nice shade trees. adv 12 Mrs. C. A.

Hassler. SALESMEN -To solicit orders for lubricating oils, greases and paints. Salary or commission. Address Lennox Oil Paint Co. Cleveland, Ohio We have recieved another case of safety deposit boxes and are prepared to furnish our patrons who wish them, with one of these bandy conveniences.

The First State Bank. Chas. Pruitt and family moved to the Reid house on south Main yesterday. J. 0.

Capps and family moved to their home north of the depot yesterday. Cecil Bailey, of Topeka, is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W.

McCord. We are glad to learn that Milton Matteson is recovering from his attack of flumonia. Mrs. Poisal and John went to Hill City, Sunday for a few days visit before going to California. Master Jack and Miss Juanita Burns spent the week end at the P.

E. Snow home north-west of town. A number of the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Rev.

Davis surprised them Monday evening by dropping in with lunch boxes well filled, and spent the evening with them, They were presented with a fine worsted quilt by their friends. A good time is reported by all present. Emmett Abbott called in yesterday and had us write him a receipt for the Sentinel over into the '21 column. This was the first time we had seen Emmett since his tussle with the flu, and we sure were surprised to see him looking so bad but with a little rest and good care we believe Emmett will soon be as good as ever. Prof.

Barnett. and family have moved to the Christian parsonage. Ben Randall has been quite sick the past week with flu and heart trouble. Vern Case left for Lindsborg, Sunday morning, where he will resume his studies at Bethany college. Mr.

and Mra. Rev. Davis left for Hays yesterday to be In attendance at the annual conference of the M. E. church.

Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Brothers and Mr. and Mrs.

P. M. Carroll spent Sunday at the Francis Carroll home in Smith Center. The Coming of the Law," featuring Tom Mix at the Opera house this evening. This is an up to the minute western drama.

Come, Mr and Mrs. B. A. Randall, of Kensington, were Thursday and Friday visitors at the parental W. R.

Randall home in this city. Mr. Greenstreet and family moved their household goods to our city and will be settled by next week when Mr. Greenstreet will be Ton his job at the First State Bank. The Kansas City Life Insurance gives Giles Crampton the gecond place in the state for the volume of business secured in February, having $70,000.00 10 his credit.

The following progressive farmers took home a smile producing Majestic range from the Farmers store last week: 0. A. Gower, Ernie Melbaff, Fred Green and M. A. Bailey.

Harry Roberson loaded his car Harry Roberson loaded his car yesterday and lit out for Stratton, where he has leased a good farm and will make their home. We are sorry to lose these good people but wish them well in their new home. The meetings at the Christian church are growing in interest and we are glad to note that the attendance is increasing each evening. Mr. Bond is a good talker and puts the question up to his hearers in a convincing manner.

Mra. Vada Tuggle of Powell, Wyoming, who has been visiting her mother Mrs. M. J. Johnson and sister, Miss Essa, left for Lenora, for a couple of weeks visit with relatives before returning to ber home in Wyoming.

We this week publish the announcement of our good freind, A. Matteson, of Crystal township as candidate for the nomination of sheriff. is one the old timers and a staunch supporters of the republican party and we believe they owe him the nomination and will give it to him by a large majority. We have known Sam since we first came to the county and have always found him to be an honest conscientious fellow and possessed the qualities that make a good county official. Give him a good once over before you vote In August.

Neri Lanning was born in In- diana, January 22, 1862. He came west in an early day locating at Liberty, Nebraska in 1880, where he has since resided. Mr. Lanning was united in marriage to Mary Elizabith Moore, May 30, 1890. He has been in failing health for about five years.

As the disease was fast preying on his life, he came to the home of his sister, Mrs. F. E. Maguire, of Agra, Kansas, Febuary aud after about six weeks of suffering he passed away March 14, 1920. He leaves to mourn his loss, a son, two brothers and three sisters.

The funeral was conducted in the M. E. church, March 15, by Rev. Davis and the body was placed 10 the Agra cemetary to wait the trumcall from above. pet's Card Of Thanks We desire to thank the kind neighbors and friends for their assitance during our late bereavement, also to thank the pallbearers, the singers and brother Davis.

Sidney Lanning, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Maguire.

GEE Farmer's Union Meeting Saturday Evening, March 20th ings we have ever held. Every member TribuWe want this to be one of the Best meet. tary to Agra should be present, and all visiting members Welcome. State Lecturer, John Tromble, will be here without fail and possibly, the state president, Maurice McAuliffe and other speakers of importance. If you are interested in the Farmer's Union 10 attend this meeting.

There will be things told You Ought to Know When in Phillipsburg Eat at The Hotel Bissell P. F. McWADE, Proprietor. Mra. S.

T. Furlong and Mra. Elmer Snow entertained their Sunday school classes at, the Snow home Saturday evening at a tacky party and taffy pull. Our informant says it was the best time ever. Roy Clark closed the deal the other day by which he disposed of his draz line to Henry M.

Dodson, of Kensington. Roy has given us mighty good service and we are told that Mr. Dodson is a hustler and will see to it that the same good service continues. We have not learned just what Roy intends to do, but expect him to go to Colarado for the summer. We this week publish the all nouncement of H.

Bradley, who in asking the nomination for the office of County Superintendent of public instruction on the republican ticket. We all know Harvey in this end of the county and our readers around Agra need 110 introduction to him. He is a good. clean cut young fellow who as an instructor in the schools of the county has had few equals. And if elected will be found to be on the job in the interests of better education.

Don't forget Harvey when you go to the primaries in August. IN 1914 WOULD BUY 1,000 FEET OF COMMON LUMBER 39 BU. OF WHEAT TODAY WILL BUY THE SAME LUMBER AND 20 SACKS OF CEMENT AND 20 SACKS PLASTER BESIDES Petail Lumberman Wheat Value and Lumber Prices. Wheat is still King over Lumber BECAUSE a given quantiin ty of wheat will buy a lot more lumber NOW than it would back in 1914, the war," and farmers who raise wheat should realize that they can buy lumber cheaper than they could five years ago. Lumber has advanced in price, of course.

But it has NOT advanced as much as other articles. THE AGRA LUMBER CO. Chas. Dumars, Manager. SEE 20 Undertaking, Embalming.

FUNERAL DIRECTOR Gray and Black Funeral Car. 'Phone 39 or 108. FRED SIMMONS, Kensington, Kansas. KIND FRIENDS: Our new Spring Wall Papers are here and ready for your inspection. When in Phillipsburg come and see them.

Prices from 20 cts to $1.00 per bolt, M. A. SPAULDING, Phillipsburg, Kansas 4.

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