The Citizen (LaKemp, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 16, 1916 Page: 1 of 4
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UaKernp, Heaver Oonnt-y, TV.; Nov. 16, l01(i.
Mr. and Mcs.M.
iiiul ,1. W. Stetfen
wards cur on n
ft in MrMui
V >\ \vetjl:;->' hunt;
: n b'
If you want a loan
on your farm see me,
is iiii~\ i 1 ■ i i! • •i)it'y
^Clght tO 1J: > V* • I .i •! N I - •' < i'l
for you will save ■ . . .h
" . ing ^ vviiv t«; hr.v ca.i ••••in
both time and money. ; rnune with nature in her p/istim
freshness and gt't up and shoot a
My rates and terms Mex before breakfast. Come to
Start on Hunting Trip- J. R. T:ion?a - Dies.
,T. U Ti.omas, one ul the oldest
and most highly respected citi-
zens of this community, passed
away at his home early Wed ties
day morning, death following an
illness of several months dura-
tion. For several days life hung
aVfby a slender thread and
those • V-.-! to the family who re-
li/j 1 ti;-' condition of the old
irenileuian, kn.'W that the end
was near-and that it was ouly o
l question of time until life should
be no more. The er.d therefore,
w a s r. o t U n e x pec ted.
Thomas although cousider-
Don't do your milling in Kansas and
PAY FREIGHT BOTH WAYS
The LAKEMP ROLLER MILL is strictly
a custom mill and guarantees you more and
better flour for your wheat right here at
home. Try it once and save money.
KVEKY SACK GUARANTEED
i_ j j v think about it, we don't know if; ably past the age of three score _ v w M - T
0X6 the DBS! 10 be it is the open or closed season on , and ten, continued act:. e through & & sfHi If \/ I W| J jVy W
them. However they will prob-1oirt his long and useful life until f IV & t—* ±D\J 1 ^
had and for prompt | Mj makeU,edeer
loans we excel otherin tl,e ilderiw5s-
,v/ : con and eggs.
I. N. Edwards.
Lak'emp State Bank.
suffer down j his last illness confined him to |
Also thy ba his bed. Th-n all that medical
I skill and tender bauds could
I was done to bring about an
provement in liis physical condi
I tion hut to no avail. The strenu-
im | ■—
ous life had been too severe
ife gradually ebbed away.
FREE HOMESTEAD AND
Thank You, People
Through the La Kemp Citizen;
I desire to most heartily «P * !end wail like fijUnB int0 a deepl
my appreciation of the splendid
| support given me by the good
i people of Beaver and Harper
• counties. To ail who worked for
WELL CASING and PIF
: oc rut.
Jay Key has taken a respon
There are 400,000 acres open: . .
t ■ i me and supported me with then-
to Hoinesttao Entry in Arkans-! ue | ^
Ml according to a recent issue of! 1 0
the Traveler and Homesteader; iu,1« 1 « «*wr thl'
the agricultural and development j **™< * •** . ,
insgazineof Arkansas. The re- < My mm* '
cent opening ol the Ozark Nation- als 0 :!Ul
al Forest and the development of | M ,,road H,aun«
of rich mineral claims has inter- |^n elected hy the
ested and attracted to Arkansas :^.r represeoW ve_I M . en-
people from every state in the j then- confluence
* i rm.ari ; by laboring in their interest. My
tmon. Thousands have secuied •
3 ipffort and uiv voto soull be east
productive homesteaos and ma-
1 lt, . for those thing* that will bem-nt
ny have become wealtoy from j^ ^ ^ my JisWlot, sibfe postUon «itb the Renfrow
mineral claims. This pub, ication Investment Co. un-i will go to
which is full ot interesting intor- j , grass- country be Woodward at once te take up the
mation on Arkansas is ma 1 ^Qar(j frorn ; duties of the ottice. He is loan
special efforts to bring the atten- ! ^ ^ with inspector for the company and
tion of the public to the wonder-, : , ; ! will have a trood sized territory
ful opportunities ottered the * ^ ^
hotticscelier aud invtstor and has isomc sc 1
for distribution a large three col-;
ored Homestead and State Map,
the most complete map publish-
ed, showing the National Forest,
the amount vacant in each coun-
ty, towns, streams,etc., which is The Glazier Review states that
free with a three months' sub- t^e Ochiltree Railroad cannot
scription for 80c, or GOo^for a! possibly be built in time to take
year's subscription with full in- care of the 1917 wheat crop*Lea.
formation on securing a home- ver Democrat.
r<tcadaud mineral claim, Ad- —
dress Traveler and Homesteader The last election shows a de
Magazine; Harrison. Ark., Circu- cijed jncrPase in the t<•rritory
Ution Department. called dry. Four states are
A Good supply of BLAKE PATENT
Mr. Then,us,,,,, ,.,uter in WELL CASING on hand. Aiso plenty
the Civil War, a member of the 1
2 inch galvanized pipe and all kinds of
Thursday, at three o'elwk and;
the Masons will have charge of well aCCeSSOrieS
the services. An obituary wii1.
appear next week.--Beaver Dem-1 Qur (jf« )Cei'y Stock is Of the Highest
, Quality and complete in all lines.Try us
your assistance I hope to render
E. Lee Adams.
will have, a good sized
under his supervision.
periencence in business and lii-s
| practical knowledge of farm land
values make him a good safe man
for this class of work.
Making Dirt Fly
In a letter received from F. M
Is the right place to take your auto.
All work guaranteed. A good supply
of accessories on hand. Give us a
trial. FREE AIR
'added to the dry column, Nebra-
ska, Michigan, South Dakota.
Montana, wh'le Florida and Ltah
'have elected dry legislatures.
t St. Louis went on record as the
I stronghold of tho wets, only!
,18000 votes for prohibition being f|«isti1itrs Hfl Tn
may be had by applying to abo'-fc cast Qver half of the states are b ^ U
Sealed bids will be received by
Hehool Board of District No. 83
beaver County Okla, for the la'^or
of erecting a school house in and
for said District, Specifications
Thompson at Lamed, Kansas in
regard to changing the address
! of his paper Frank says; WRIGHT & SON, LAKEMP, OKLA.
"We are making the dirt ftv
:now; have beeu working
weeks. I went to K. C. and
bought an excavating machine
and b dirt wagons. Will pull the
machine with a traction engine.
Regards to All
_ F. M, Thomuson.
Come in and enjoy a few games where
Politeness is Paramount.
school board. Bids will be recei- ■ n()w anJ (hcre wiU be more
ved until November 25 1915.
Barber Shop in Connec-tiou,
l"he Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids. Certified
check for 10 percent of bid to ac-
■ ——- D. T. Quinlan Mrs. Quiulan
The vote on the prohibition and Kathleen have gone to Gii\,
cuecu ror iu peroem. ui uiu iv .xv- vul * N- m where he has a cattle
ZPfa«b°aCh bld M eVi<itDC' °f ^ great^nrprlse and ranch. Dan Sn,d tl t he tad
If \ Hiu Clerk .disappointment to the taOMt BO out to see abont bl>icattle
mrtrict Number 88 whiskey driers oi that thriving the chances arc that he wanted
district iNumoci q ^ to try out the new car on some
~fr , ' of those hiils out ther3. At any
Governor Clipper thinks that ___ „,e they drove through and
AereVnother as tadjf of! Wyoming one of the wet states ought to 1,,..
electors as those who tavennde enjojsthe miqne dinttoctta. <•: . roads arc rcporteo in good shape
him governor for another term, M-g °
This state in the natural —
F. M. Crocker,
Attart the democrats b Veorder nf events will en joy M^quor A g Hosl?rnM) nia(]c ,
lost the control of the lower trsdo - . , ,un, .j-n.= i to J5uavtr afternoon t
bouse of congress which will put neign o ...^ >.... > i-i- _ Miss Edna up to the
nn end to norne of the exp,ri . cause .t to was fat and prosper jAM#ehSuD_
incntlnj of thQ White House
E. A. Weitz
Will Do Your
And Garage work RIGHT. A full line of
Automobile Accessories on hand. 1 ry me.
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The Citizen (LaKemp, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 16, 1916, newspaper, November 16, 1916; Lakemp, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc164823/m1/1/: accessed May 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.