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Subject: Misc. Items: Harper: March 23, 1916
Date: Tue, 6 Jul 2004 06:59:40 -0400
The Harper Sentinel
March 23, 1916
J.H. SMART of near Rago, was in Harper the last of the week.
M.H. COLE and James GILLESPIE of Harper, W.M. MOORE of Anthony, Grant POTTER of Attica, D.F. HERST of Freeport, James GLOVER of Bluff City and Henry KRIDER of Waldron were in Topeka Tuesday as delegates from Harper county to the Republican state convention.
Last week the city put a car load of chat (a first cousin to oyster shells, and a second cousin to lime stone) upon the square at teh intersection of Main Street and Central Avenue. You can now get an argument out of most anybody as to whether ti will or will not prove satisfactory. Personally we believe it is going to be all right.
Studebaker Six 50 H.P. $1085. F.O.B. Detroit.
BOWMAN and POTTER's sale in this city Saturday was attended by a big crowd and as a whole things sold well. They have recently shipped two cars of high grade Holstein cattle into this community. It is to be hoped that they are making good money out of these cattle as they are doing the community a real service in bringing them here and selling them to the farmers.
Frank WHITE and wife of Cherokee, Ok., spent the last of the week with Harper relatives.
Six cylinder, 7 passenger Buick, practically new, for sale at a bargain. Inquire of Mrs. A.M. KIEFER, phone 58.
Miss Florence STEWART of Attica spent Saturday morning in Harper, she was on her way to Anthony to attend the teachers meeting.