Queen City Times. (Agra, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 2, 1911 Page: 3 of 8
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ment.Active Use ol
His Wits and His Hands
These are the things which
__________‘ ' r be
some development 1
will make a man of your boy.
cure his lively interest and whole-
development by giving him
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Lorin Davis is iu school again
after neatly two mouths of euforc
Miss Mary Woolever was a v's
The teachers have returned
from the State Association, better
instructors from t heir having
mingled with the great body of
State teachers. From them they
received many new ideas and much
encouragement. By comparing
our work with that on display arid
by talks of Superintendents and
principals they found that our
school compares very favorably
with those of much greater pre
tentions and particularly so in the
gradation and also management
of the newly added studies. This
being Rn Bge of specialities, speci
alizing is being instituted in our
system of schools where there is a
full number of grades, such school
from obvious reasons give better
instruction, which is another great
plea for consolidation.
The teachers and pupils wish to
thank their friends for their pres
ence and aid at, our little play.
We will leave it to you to say as
to the value of the efforts of the
pupils, but we will say financially,
it was a great success.
Patrons, do you realize this
school is your greatest investment ?
If so come to see us, “the doors
swing both ways. ”
The vacation of a week made
no break whatever in the school
work, but seems only to have giv-
en added zeal.
The sixth grade has Miss Fran-
ces Mason as a new pupil.
Cleora Atherton was out of
school the first of the week owing
Orley Hayhurst has recently de
veloped an inventive mind, having
received a favorable reply from a
At Agra, Sat. Mar. 18, 2 p. m.
When 1 will sell the following described property at pub-
lic auction, to wit:- _
I 3 HEAD of CATTLE 3
1 Black and white Holstein cow, fresh Mar. 15
1 2yr. old heifer, fresh now
1 2yr. old heifer, fresh April 1
2 One horse Cotton and Corn planters
2 Puritan Walking Listers
! 14 inch Sattley walking plow
All implements have been used one season
1 2 3-4 inch Springfield wagon, half worn
260 Bales of Prairie hay
150 Bales of Oat straw
on account of sickness.
Vereca Olinkenbeard is absent
on account of sickness.
Alva Hatfield is a new scholar.
FOR SALE—A blacksmith bel-
lows in good condition.
Thos Marks, Agra
TERMS:- On all sums of $10 and under, cash. All sums
over $10 a credit of 8 months will be given, purchaser
giving note with approved security bearing interest at.
10 percent from date. 5 per cent discount for cash.
J. L- Clarkston Owner
Col. S. B. POWELL, Auctioneer.
KILLS A MURDERER.
A merciless murderer is appen-
dicitis with many victims, but Dr,
King’s New Life Pills kill it by
prevention. They gently stimu-
late s'omach, liver and bowels, pre
venting that clogging that invites
appendicitis, curing Constipation,
Headache, Biliousness, Chills, 25c
at A. M. Ruebs.
$80.00 per month straight salary
and expenses, to men with rig, to
introduce our Poultry Remedies.
Don't answer unless you mean bus
iuess. Eureka Poultry Food Mfg.
Co. (Incorporated,) East Bt. Louis
desigu for a bicycle boat which
he had presented to the Patent
The following pupils of the 7th
grade have an even number of
headmarks: Maudie Kile, Iva
Newman, Mae Ward and Elmo
Rueb, while Lonnie Dean stands
preeminently at the head of the
6th grade spelling.
Hoyt Snyder has quit school to
help at home,
We also miss Lela Davis as she
has moved with her folks out on
Ira and Delmer Davis have left
school and gone to live on a farm.
The bad weather hasn’t made
any difference in the attendance
of the pupils in room one.
William McKeowu is in school
agaiin after being absent two weeks
n. b. a.
Cisne Lodge No. 1985, Modern Broth-
erhood of America, meets in the
QUEEN CITY HALL
2ud and 4th Tuesday evenings of each
month- Visiting members invited to
attend. Maud Ross, Pres
James Hart Sec
Meet every 2nd and 4th Friday
of each month.
Anna E. Hart, Oracle.
Florence Ball, Recorder.
By Building Yourself
a Comfortable House
A Barn to
Stock and Mach-
inery will do iL
A all of the Material can
ke pUrchase(j here
do it now !
W. K. RYAN,
Agra, Okla.Mgr. for
S. M. Gloyd
Meets in Queen City Hall, 1st and
3rd Tues. evenings of each month.
Lodge No. ng I. O. O. F. meets
1st and 3rd Friday evenings of each
month. Annice Dean N .G
L. J. Bolton, Sec
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Meets every Sat. night ii Queen City
M. \V. A.
K-mfv’Hy/ Agra Camp No. a
meet 2nd and 4th Thursday.
Visiting Neighbors invited.
V. T. Moore V. C.
C. J Alden, Clerk.
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Queen City Times. (Agra, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 2, 1911, newspaper, March 2, 1911; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc911101/m1/3/?rotate=90: accessed January 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.