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The Gaylord Sentinel from Gaylord, Kansas • 5

The Gaylord Sentinel from Gaylord, Kansas • 5

Gaylord, Kansas
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CITY BARBER SHOP R. Dundas, Proprietor. Shaving, haircutting and shampooing in the highest style of the art. Farmers who shave bemselves can haye thair dull razor made as good as new, and ladies can Lave scissore harpened in best manner Agents for CONCORDIA STEAM LAUNDRY LOCAL AND The base ball boys are over at Agra today having a round with the local team at that place. For Sale--One thorough-bred shorthorn bull coming three years old.

Inquire of Elmer or N. H. Withington. Mr. and Mrs.

Joe Taylor, of Almena were in this city last Monday visiting with Mr. Taylor's nephew, Art Hull and wife. The Childrens Day exercises of the Methodist church will be held in the city park, one week from Sunday afternoon at 3 P. M. Miss Hazel Flinn arrived the first of the week from Bogue, and will remain for an extended visit with her grandma, Mrs.

Jane Boyd. Remember the open air band concert in the city park this evening and be sure to attend. The band boys appreciate your attendance. Mrs. Bert Besse and little daughter Gem, came in last Sunday from Lacleed, Missouri, where they have been visiting with relatives and friends.

If you have a piano that needs tuning or are contemplating taking music lessons this summer, you should not fail to see Prof. Val Sauerwein. Have a good business property for sale-three lots and building--right next to main street, can make a cheap price on this for the next 30 days. Gaylord Land Company. Miss Velma Helfenstine and little sister, M.

O. came down from Smith Center, last Saturday for a week's visit with their uncle, Frank Houser and wife. Dr. Tallman desires to announce that he is now comfortably located in the upstairs of the Ramsey building and is prepared to answer all calls either day or night. Services at M.

E. church Sunday at 11:00 A. M. and 8:00 P. M.

Childrens Day exercises at 7:00 P. M. Sunday School at 10:00. All are cordially incited to attend all services. Rev.

C. R. Flowers, Pastor. Barber R. J.

Dundas and wife went down to Beloit last Monday and remained until Wednesday morning visiting with Mort White and family. Bob wanted to take a little vacation and then too, he wanted to see a good ball game. Riley Stephenson is out of town this week chasing up and down the branch helping invoice the different Chicago Lumber Coal yards Rileys been in the business every since a lumber yard was invented wad knows all about it. 360 acres 3 miles from town partly under cultivation, fenced, all pasture land, is well grassed. More land can be cultivated if desired.

Can give terms. We are going to sell this within the next 60 days for $3800.00. Gaylord Land Company. Rev. Evert Looney resigned his place as pastor of the English Baptist church at this point and departed last Wednesday evening for Randall, where he has accepted a charge.

Rev Looney is a fine young man and made many friends during his stay. The Gaylord Band this week contracted with the committee at Downs to help furnish music at that point during their big celebration on July 28th. Downs has an excellent band of their own and between the two should be well supplied with music. Dr. C.

G. Stevens, the Osborne eye specialist, will give free examinations of the eye and ear and for spectacles at the Commercial Hotel, Friday, June 25. The Health Ray and Kryptok bifocal lenses are now furnished at the lowest prices permitted. THE LATEST! styles in ladies and gents furnishings, dress goods, shoes hats and notions, are always to be found at Boesche's Cash Store. In faot, first-class up-to goods are the only kind you can find in our store.

We make a specialty of keeping our stock up-to-date and you can rest assured that anything purchased at our store is strictly inyl st We have an extra large line of the latest things in shoes and oxfords, also some extra fine hose. Boesche's Cash Store Complete McKinley edition of 10c music. Large stock of popular music at 25c. Mail orders filled promptly. M.

HI. Hill, Jeweler Optician, Smith Center, Kansas. Dr. Tallman reports the arrival of a handsome baby girl this morning, June 24, 1909, at the home of our good friend, Frank Sykes, over south the river. All concerned are doing nicely.

WIll Otis and family were over at Waldo last Sunday spending the day with Oscar Diehl and Ollie Collins and families. Will made the trip in his automobile but got caught in the rain coming home and laid over all night at Harlan. Everett Kemp will be platform superintendent at the Lincoln Park Chautauqua again, and will favor all who attend with readings at opportunes times. He has many new things to offer this season, and will give an evening entertainment with a brand new monologue. The city authorities wish to nounce that it is against the law to throw manure along the roads or in ditches inside the city limits.

The attention of the public is called to a recent statement of the county health officer along this line. Anyone caught throwing old rubbish in the draws or along the roads inside the city limits will be prosecuted. Since printing the front page of this issue it has been discovered that Jimmy Pembleton, reported to be missing, has been located at Atchison He is working on a farm near there. It is supposed that he wandered away from the hotel in Kansas City and was not able to find his way back. A Downs man saw him in Atchison the other day and Jim was stranded but was going to work.

He will doubtless be back here sometime soon His friends will be pleased to know that nothing has happened him. Last evening at the pleasant Conrad home just south of town occured the ceremony that united in marriage Mr. John Bliss and Miss Ora Conrad, two of the popular young people of this community. The ceremony was performed by Rev. O.

H. Grimes. An interesting fact in connection is that Rev. Grimes performed the ceremony that united in marriage Miss Ora's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

John Conrad, about 25 years ago. About seventyfive invited relatives and friends gathered to help celebrate the occasion and the happy couple were the recipients of many handsome presents The ceremony was performed promptly at 6 o'clock followed by an elegant supper of which all partook very joyfully. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Conrad and is well known having spent her entire life among us.

She is an accomplished young lady and numbers her friends by her acquaintances. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bliss of Portis and is a young man of ability.

The SENTINEL joins with their numerous friends in wishing them a long life of happiness and prosperity. Dr. and Mrs. Way came up from Concordia, last Tuesday morning for a short stay with Mrs. Way's mother, Mrs.

Thos. Muxlow, who is still confined to the house. It is understood that Downs, Kensington and Formosa will be three of the teams in the Downs ball tournament. As yet the fourth team has not been announced but it will be a strong one. Regular services at the Congregational church next Sunday at 11 A.

M. and 7:30 P. M. Sabbath school at 12 o'clock. The first part of the Sabbath School hour will be devoted to special exercises in honor of the Cradle Roll department.

All are cordially invited to these services. C. E. Storer of Tilden, hands us a chipping from the St Louis Post- Dispatch which tells of a clever swindle which is being worked in adjoining states and may possibly strike this county. A book agent first appears and makes headquarters at a farmers house.

Later an alleged land buyer comes along and finally offers to loan the farmer $2,000 at a low rate of interest. He shows the cash. The book agent claims the money is counterfelt and pretends to tear up the note, but instead, he tears up a fake note and keeps the good note already signed by the farmer. It turns up two years later at some bank and the farmer is stuck. The best way to do is to have no business dealings of a like kind with -Osborne Death of Mrs.

L. G. Beach. Mrs. L.

G. Beach died at her home in the southeast part of town last Saturday evening. She had been in a critical condition for several days but it was not until a short time before she died that it was found that recovery was impossible. Her father arrived from Lincoln county about two hours before she died and her sister and brother-in-law arrived a short time after she died. Rose Ellen Wright was born at Milo, Lincoln county, Kansas, January 29, 1887.

Her entire life was spent in that county excepting the few months she lived in Gaylord. She was united in marriage to Lloyd G. Beach, November 23, 1904. To this union was born three children two of -Ruth and Fern survive. A little son was born to them a few weeks ago but lived a short time At the age of 20 years she was converted and has lived a consistent christian life ever since.

She had a kindly lovable disposition and made friends with all with whom she came in contact and although she had lived in Gaylord but a few months she numbered her friends by the score. Besides her husband and two babies she leaves a father, mother and several sisters and brothers to mourn her untimely death. Short funeral services were held at the residence last Sunday afternoon after which the remains were shipped to Barnard, Kansas, for burial. In her death it can be truly said "No one lost an enemy and everyone lost a friend." 000000000000 In Order That You May Know We are headquarters for all kinds of up te harness and hardware. Are looking for a large shipment of paints sometime within the next few days, J.

W. Campbell. Gaylord Kansas 000000 00000000 We Buy Poultry, Eggs, Cream And Butter and pay you the highest market price for the same. We have the most up to date produce store in the country and will use right. S.

C. Fine Highest line market of Walker seed prices paid potatoes. for hides Son Gaylord, Kansas. Frank Houser, Local Manager 0 000000 -000000.

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