The Citizen (LaKemp, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 7, 1916 Page: 4 of 4
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J H E LA KEMP C IT ] Z fi !i
P. F. RAYL, PUBLJSHEB
Published Every Thursday.
Price $1 per Year
Entered at the post office at
LaKemp as Sccond Class Mail
matter July 81916.
Display Ads twelve ami one half cent# per line
jReadingr Loeul« five cents per line
Special advertiainK; rptep on application.
Wdq, Mason and wii'e were irr
our town Thursday. M the gphool Board meetin}?
A. H. Tandy, a cattleman from Septembef 4, 1910, the following
Glazier was in our town Thurs- rule was^ unanimously adopted:
day. • All students who attend the
t -iv cu « • f iu + LaKemp school from outside the
J. W. Steffen informs us that
.... t , district, will be charged a tuition
there will be a good many sales i- ^ 4,
this . n | fee of One Dollar per month
! payable at the end of each month,
Will Allen was In LaKemp
Tuesday looking after business j
W. E. Ware, Clerk.
0. J. Boyer is moving his house
Irene Greer is attending the
Blue Mound school.
Fred Kline was transacting
business in Beaver Tuesday.
J. W. Steffen has painted his
pttymobile a bright red.
Mrs. Mattie Gregg moved/into
the Flyn property Saturday.
Mrs. J. W. Steffen and children
returned honie last Thursday.
Quite a number attended the
picnic near Logap last Friday
Beautiful Kitchen Cabinet
given away. Come in and see it.
Theo Doerrie & Co.
I. C. Brown is plastering Bart
Kolman's house- He will finish
Saturday. I. C, does good work
and is always busy.
1 will pay cash for all the
poultry I can buy.
0. R. Sammon
At private sale at roy farm two
Editor Cox of the Gate Valley J mj|PS UOrth of LaKemp, one span
Star was in town Thursay and Lf muies or horses or both, two
called on ye editor. j wagons and two sets of harness,
! one set nearly new. Liberal
Terips. L. R. Duboise.
We have a good bargain in a
Colorado School Section deal this
week. Ask Rayl & Kline.
W. J. Lehman, Pres. Geo. K. Ricker, V. Pres.
v. Edwards, Casl ipr.
LaKemp State Bank
C7 • 1 ) ] r? r r~
6apixal .oiocic SIC,COG
We cannot prosper unless you do consequently we must work
together. Let us Talk it Over-.
M. B. TIerely and party were
in LaKemp one day last week on
th?ir way to Ivanhoe.
A good shower fell Wednesday
and helped to put the ground in
shape for wheat.
Everett Stabl left last Friday
his land now will have the best
chance for a wheat crop.
A good sized crowd was in at-
tendence at the Feagin sale and
The man that keeps working j for Shattuck to take the train for
his old home at La Center, Ky.
Everett did not talk of returing
to this country but we predict
that he will pome back. There
is somothing about our country
nearly everything brought t°P, that calls the wanderer back
Quite a little excitement was
The LaKemp I'lour Mill is kept | jast gun^ay by t,he burning of a
busy these days trying to fceep ^ shack out at Ray Hairs
ahead of the demand for their i place There was n0 building
products. C]0SG RnoUgh to catch from the
F. R. Blosser went to the pic- j burning shack. Ray had a pile
nic at Smith's grove Friday. He j of corn near'enough to burn and
wants to be county superinten-! that was the only damage done
dent of schools the next term.
C H URCH ANNOUNCEMENTS
J, W. Steffen
Suuday School It', a m
Preaching 11 a m
Prayer meeting on Wed, of
The Wo mane Missionary so-
ciety meets regularly, every Wed
following the first and third LAKEMP
To all these services the public
has a hearty welcome and a cor-
F. C. Harrell, Pastor.
Sales cried anywhere and Sale
Dates made at this office oi<
LaKemp State Bank.
G. W. Buckmaster M. D.
Physician Ami Surgeon
CrIIb Made Anyw|iere Day or Night
Mr. Ben Shilkrout drove in
from Buffalo Saturday but left
tht same day for Shattuck to get
a new supply of clothing, He is
working in the country surround-
Services 11 o'clock a, m. and
8.30 p. m. on the Third Sunday j LaKemp Veterinary
in each month.
W. C. Rutlkpge, Pastor,
Don't fail tolisfc your farm with
Rayl & Riine for a quick sale and
a square deal. Reasonable com- j
Dr. R. S. Tanner, V. S.
The i ailroad employes will now
no doubt call themselves "The
One section of good Texas land i
for sale at $.11 per acre.
See Kline & Rayl. adv
KITCHEN CABINET GIVEN
away at Theo Doerrie $ Co. A
prize with eaph Coupon.
We have a cash buyer for a
good, fairly improved farm within
„ 14 or 5 miles of LaKemp, What
i I have yon? Rayl & Klii
All Calls Answero! Any
Time in Auto. PI,one
Bolli f'enlTals Beaver ami
DIJ. I. T. Smitii
Physician and Surgeon.
Calls Promptly Answered
Blacksmith & Repair Shop
MARTIN MAPI SON Prop.
No work too large for me and no job too small
MIDGET MARVEL FLOUR
Everything is Included in this Side. Glance at tills list;
Trunks & Suitcases
Hats and Caps
Men's, Boy's & Ladies' Shoes
Dress Goods, all kinds
Men's and Boy's Suits
Oil Stoves and Ranges
Matresses and Springs
Furniture, Mirrors, Blinds
Caskets and Shrouds
Enamel Ware, Granite
Fresh Meats and Ice
Canned Meats, Potatoes
Crockery and Chinaware
Tobacco and Cigars
Rope, Coal, Lumber
Harness, Whips and Leather
Sewing Machines, White,
Singer and Standard
LV1E & SONS
EVERY SACK GUARANTEED
Oil & Gas Hard Oil, Grease
Kitchen Cabinet Given away, ] '
Restaurant And Fixtures
Come in and enjoy a few games where
Politeness is Paramount.
Barber Shop in Connection,
ALL STORE FIXTURES included in this Sale. Highest
Prices paid for produce. Real Estate for sale. Don't Forget
that EVERYTHING will be sold REGARDLESS of COST at
A, N. Eddy, LaKemp.
BLACKSMITH &• FIORSE-SHOER
I can do your plow work and insure
satisfaction. Also all kinds of gener-
al repair work. Horse-shoeing my
specialty Give me a trial.
C. R. Sammon
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The Citizen (LaKemp, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 7, 1916, newspaper, September 7, 1916; Lakemp, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc164814/m1/4/: accessed August 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.