The Citizen (LaKemp, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 16, 1916 Page: 4 of 4
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p F EAYL. Publisher
PobHsbed E^ery Ttmr&akj.
A KEMP. QgLA.
Price 11 oer Year
Ectered at the post ofSce at
I_aKeiLpaA Second C&ss Ma
patter Joy - 19ifi
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AS C a Ai • '•> fT«i «.SJ
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B«i CeESrtfc ?-c3kTtr «-.s
Bob McDonald wai .sLaK'-n.
H. J. Coffey, and WUiie Leach,
made a trip to May, Thursday.
simple way to test cream
Frtath Srrtit Hu S-*eo to tM
Wc.*M i 0 aca.ery That !f «f
£rof«*v.? ItA--. «f ti* Fray*.
^,gr'<.'' ti-2e li-'StiSie has five® to th#
Aof Agrtr: ture a vrry * ?.*
pcoc**4 f~- ict«.dljr h*
.jiaadtj of U'ff Bta^f in er**i2
!♦ «j *be fa'ty a.-*?*er lbs* ?5v«i cretin
';• lb# fv.r* this bcvf th#
better tfee mam. This t« ti* procw
A drop of cr«-i:a is p&eed n?« t
sb**t Of piper .?-4 • : t: ••••-"
Into an over: fcwtrf to l'r- o -r>—
(W80r*^. 7!se I -r* of th#
trrta evaporates sad tLc fat, ab-
by tr * ftf-r'*i\ for«> a
wb.cn charge* n :->liy at fir*?, tbm
ssore *k * . > as tfc* ed<ie of ft>? «jy>t
tier**#*- distance fro® the i-iiriyimp- red farm within
at wii'"h tf^ drop ha# bw! placed.
At tlMr end c<f a
.'/•Lion, P; Geo. fl It f'k^T, V. Vrp\.
>*. Edwards C'^l if;r
LaKemp State Bank
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w w' w • - I V V V
We cannot pre sper mless yon do eooseqtH tfFj we mpst work
together. J;et us Talk It Over.
Lake 25 p.
i£e have a cash bnver for
\*A time the area t or 5 mi)-'s of Lake03p. What
Jay Key made a trip to Libera
Tuesday, returning Wednesday.
Do Yoo Haye Sour Stomach?
If yoo «re troobled with soar
litomacb you should eat o T iy
and masticate your food thor
pughly, then take one of Cbam
berlain's Tablets immediate!}
pifter supi«r. For Sale oy
bmith Dreg Store.
Earl Mountcastle is prtir.tioK -
house for W L Nestor, thio we^k
Iceland Rilfey is the nevr carrier
pn the route between forgan
Her Soq Subject to Croup
4'My son Edwin is subject to
proup," writes Mrs. 0. Erwin
New Kensington, Pa. "1 put in
inany sleepless hours at night
before I learned of Chamberlain
Cough Remedy. Mothers need
pot fear this disease if they keep
a bottle of Chamberlain's Coujih
Jtemedy in the house and use it
as direptefj. It always gave my
)>oy relief." For Salp by Smith
Mrs.Mattie Gregg is attentling
Teachers meeting at Reaver this
Sam Shpey, and son fiay, left
Jiere, Sqpday Morning for a visit
fsith his parents at Citrus Grove
of ti* «a<! ^.parH • ^ve Toay
nl pare pm? of the #air.e <ze «!#•
liosiitd at it**- same tic e sad under D::. I. T.
Professor U&b-i us** drojw # Phys! ian a: 1 burgeon.
of a esbk reiii:meter fn sLif, er l
r ia<^f hi* K-r^r in r-oofleo fra «s *o Calls Prompt; , Answered
fvr -TetJt it frora CTirtin? up :o the
orec. He rtw*r*># !t before r > L,KemD 0k]g
iutve wpr#r d to rr^r*' than thro# or
focr eet tirn« f« ra ilajavu c.
The Tip Problem Solved
The weakest point in Boy's and Girl's
Shoes has been the point over the toe.
Corpus Christi Day.
fV.rj.n* Cfartstl > -!'t uA-aj by all
Rtnnso r«rui Am;!"cun CatlK#ll<*«. '*
coanected with tiro torarns prominent
iri the preset war. It arose fr^m
dream of a rellj^oc^ !ady at I> find
was formally sam Uvned in 12*>4 by a
bishop of Yw<' un vrho It
pa me to England ai otit 1320, and was
;>on made a popular fete. In Wales
on this anniversary the d<-or*^yH of
hon#e* v.-pre d<-cke*l wiih f!<i**er« thf*
ruaidenhair fern lA';ng chiefly selected
for the purpose. Previous to the re-
cent An>i1!r-un revival Corpus Christi
dny teas kept at the Oxford college. It
has tK-en observed for five centnrips
in the dty of Ix>ndon by the Worship-
ful company of Skinners, who attend
in state ttyelr special service a .^t.
Jlnry AbVrmary. Bat the "Skinners"
who srslk In the procession now cany
of fio%vers instead of the "war
torches" mentioned by Slew.—Londun
A g<x)d Twin cylinder Kxcelsior
^fotorcycle. Apply at this office.
Suflferpr From Indigestion
"Before taking Chamberlain'*
Tablets ra.v hpsband nufferc.j
several J ears ':•( .. jf,u g. niion.
pausing iiim to hare pains in the
utomacfi and distress after eat
jng. Chamberlain's Tablets re
jieyed hiip of thpse spells right
writes Mrs. Thorn •
fusey, Geneva, N. Y. For Sul^
by Smith Drug Store.
A choice Quarter of land in
the Paradise neighborhood south
west of La KeiPP A" plowed
^nd 120 acres of wheat sowed
pne-third of vheat crop goes t<
purchaser. Price $23 her acrc.
Terms. P. F Ray I.
I. C.Brown has taken up bach-
elor quartprs in the A F. Drown
We understand K ch<l*
h.«s sold his residence propert\
to & Mr. Evans of Shattuck.
Chapel in the Trenches.
Ia one uf the French trenches th«
men have constru' ted a fimail chaj/el
underneath the earth. It is sufficient-
ly large to admit 20 men at the sam*
time. Every effort has been made bj
the clever workmen who have built it,
skilled miners from the district of La
Lo!re, to luake the underground chapel
difficult of bombardment. The inte-
rior ornamentation baa been carried
to high perfection, for n par(]uet floor,
pari etrt, candlesticks, kni-ellng chain
saved from the ruined church«>s are to
be found In it. A wooden aitur has
been erected in the trench chai>ei. an i
a rnacniflcent French Aug. the gift oi
pa ofiicer, has been hung in it.
PINKNEY'G PLACE IN HISTORY
Atpriyate sa'4e at my farm
6 miles south and ft miles east of
LaKemp some mules broke to
Work, some cows aud calves,
ijsp a 8pan pf horses.
Hit Fame as the Greatest Lawyer th#
United States Has Produce^
Even that trltest of truisms, ths
sphemeraiity of a lawyer's fame, offers
no adequate explanation of the obscur-
ity in which sleeps the genius of Wil-
liam Pinkney. For I'lnkney was not
aaeroly a grent lawyer. According to
testimony that leaves no room for
ioubt or controversy, he was the very
greatest lawyer tliat this country has
Nor was this all. He served his coun-
try with distinction and success in the
labyrinths of diplomacy, at the cabinet
table. In the halls of conjrress and even
on the field of battle. Al>ove all, at a
moat critical point of our history, when
the clamor of contending sections dis-
turbed the tranquillity of the Sage of
Ifontleello, "like a fire bell ringing In
the night." to use Jefferson's own ex-
pressive phrase. It was Plnkney who
rose to the occasion and readied sena-
tors to a sense of their duty and pa-
Of hira John Marshall said that he
was the gientest man he had ever seen
In a court of Justice. Of him Taney
wrote in 1S,>4: "I have heard almost
all the gr«*at advocates of the United
States, both of the pa*t and present
generation, but I hare seen none eqnal
to klm." Of him Story remarked:
"His clear and forcible manner of put-
ting his cases before the court, bis
powerful and commnndlug eloquence,
occasionally Illumined with sparkling
lights, but always logical and appro-
priate and, above all, his accurate and
discriminating law knowledge, which
be pours out with wonderful precision,
give him. in my opinion, a great su-
periority over every man whom I bavfl
When such a court unanimously con-
cur* In rendering Judgment, bold in-
deed the man who claims an appeal.—
Church An n uncemests
Sunday School 10. a m
Preaching 11 a m
Prayer meetir.g on Wed. of
The Womans Missionary so
• iety meets regularly, every Wed
following the ilrst and third
To all these services the public |
has a hearty welcome and a cor-
F. (J. Ilarrell, Pastor.
Phi:-r.vr esi an
Service-? 1 !<> dock a. ui. and ;
*.30 p. m. on the Third Sunday
in each month.
W C RcTT.fcdqe, Pastor.
One section of good Texas land !
for «ale at 5-12 per acre.
See Rayl. adv
J. W. Stellen
Sales cried anywhere and Sale
Dates miidt; at this office or;
LaKemp State Bank.
CHROME SOLE LEATHER
"Can't Kick Out"
Get Them At
Combines all the advantages of the high-
priced ears without their disagreabie
featcres, Ask for a demonstration.
D, R, Co n ley, Agt
Blacksmith & Repair Shop
MARTIN MADISON Prop.
No work too large for ine aud no job toe small
Travel:nvr men ljavo been con-
si lerab.'y in evidence in LaKemp
this wt ek
The Baptists are holding pro
traded meeting here this week,
Clarence Burton is repairing a
ho.ise down on the wtst Parker
farir. where the elder Mr. Burton
will farm next season.
Thos. Mounsey, a prosperous
farmer of L'pscomb County pass
ed through here Thursday, en-
rouie home from Beaver. He re-
ports wheat selling at $1.78.
When a cold hangj on as often
happens, or when you have hard-
ly gotten over one cold before;
you contract another, lookout for;
you are liable to contract some
very serious disease. This sue i
cession of colds weakens the sys-
tem and lowers the vitality so
that you are so much more liable
to contract chronic catarrh,
pneumonia or consumption. Cure
your cold while you can. Cham-
berlain s Cough Remedy has a
u'reat reputation. It is relicu
upon by thousauds of people and !
never disappoints them. It only
costs a quarter. Try it. For
^uN ,iv Smith I.h i.'' Mo: :■
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with which to buy the adjoining farm, we
can get it for you at lowest rates.
Colorado Relinquishments handled.
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