The Valley News. (Lamont, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 27, 1921 Page: 2 of 4
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AT COUNTY COURT HOUSE
(Continued from page one)
ton, N. E. l('-2 i-7, N. VV. 16-29-7.
H. K. Levick, Jr., to J. F. Gil-
lispie, N. \V. and part of S. W.
H. R. Levick, Jr., to J. F. Gillis-
pie, S. E. 17-29-7.
H. R. Levick, Jr., to J. W. Mel-
ton, S. E. i and I*. VV. 1 16-29-7.
H. R. Levick, Jr., to O. Lynch,
W. i of 20-N. W. 19. and N. E.
H. R. Levick, Jr., to B. J.
Clark, S. \ of 18-29-7.
H. R. Levick, Jr., to R. Biffle,
S. E. 30-29-7.
H. R. Levick, Jr., to L. R. Baa-
sett, N. E. 29-29-7.
H. R. Levick, Jr., to D. U.
Graham, N. E. 5-18-7.
H. R. Lavick. Jr., to J. A. John-
son, S. E. 23-29-7.
H. R. Levick, Jr., to J. A. Elli-
ott. S. E. 33-29-7.
H. R. Levick, Jr., to F. A.
Weils, N. * of N. W. 29-29-7.
H. R. Levick, Jr., to F. M.
Lewis, S. W. 33-29-7.
H. R. Levick, Jr., to A. L.
Ludema", part of S. W. 21-29-7.
H. R. Levick. Jr., to J. F. Gil-
lispie, N. E. 21-29 7.
H. R. Levick, Jr., to W. C.
Long:, N. VV. 22-29-7.
H. R. Levick, Jr., to A. Slaugh-
ter, N. E. 28 29 7.
H. L. Levick, Jr., to VV. C.
Long. S. E. 10 29«7.
Ten.1, Told T.I.. Tactfully
Taken From Town Tattla
The Valley News, $1.50 a year.
For Rent-Safety deposit boxea
at the Citizens Bank.
It's as simple as A. B. C. why
you should trade with Me, John
George Mabry spent Sunday
at home. He returned to Dil-
Where do most men trade?
Why? For best answer, a shirt,
neck tie. 23tf
FOR SALE—Some good corn at
crib 05c either in ear or shelled.
Phone 188 by Tonkawa. 52-3-p
Harry Mathis and wife and W.
C. Mueg?e and wife, motored to
Enid, Friday morning, returning
Mr. and Mrs. Henry McCoy of
Wichita, arrived Thursday, for a
visit with relatives and friends
before going East.
Mrs. D. C. Lanning and Mrs.
R. M. Roles went to Hunter, Sat-
urday, to visit Mrs. Dowley.
They returned Monday.
Who reduced the cost of Dry
Goods, Clothing and Shoes in
Mr. Zody, of Tonkawa, was a _u_ Mli,
| business caller in Lamont Friday. THE **LLEr "W JOB IEPAITMERT PRINTS MYTNIM BIT MORE!
M v nr r ** I Of the!People, By the Peoole,
wife LnM if' Meyer9' Fcr ^e People, Peoples' Store,
wife and sun Murrell, went to|s, s. S. «•? tf
Enid, Tuesday, on buissness. I ' *
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hooper, of L ^ V.erda ^waLn arrived home
New Mexico, are visiting at the fr°m W.ch.ta, where she
home of thelatter's aunt, Mrs.E.P.Ju past week v,s,tlng
Roberts. her aunt.
Howard Spencer, wife, and P<°£!?' Stir®' •Wthin* for
daughter, Dorothy, returned from "" i PJofit 8har,n/
Pni/i m |8tore. South Side Square, Enid,
Enid, Monday, after a few days
visit with relatives there.
Mrs. Sam Peppard and daugh-| Can* returned from
ter left Saturday for Butler and |Medford. Monda?, where he ha1
Weatherford, Okla., where they I^or some time on account of
will visit relatives for about a|the i,,neM ot his wife.
—— I Mrs. Lee Probus and daughter
Earl Davis arrived here yester- (Eva, 'eft Monday, for Decoma,
day afternoon from Stratton,[Okla., where she wi;s called by
Colo., and will sj end a few days Ithe serious illness of her father
visiting with his brother, Glenn, I in-law.
and his many friends here.
Should the majority rule? By
far the big majority of the peo-
Pie from this town trade with
H. R. Levick, Jr., to Anna Hcff, John D. Enid. Why don't you?
N. E. 21-29-7.
H. R. Levick, Jr., to Belle Elli
ott, N. VV. 20-2^-7.
Estate of M&ry E. Singleton,
deceased, petition filed, (affidavit
of address to heirs issued, notice
issued, notice received, affidavit
of postiii? and mailing notices
D. C. Baker, who has been suf-
fering for some time with an in-
fected hand, was able to be on
the street yesterday for the first
time in ten days.
The M E. Aid met for an all
day session. Tuesday, at the home
of Mrs. Sam . Gibert. 19 ladits
The Chicago Ro:k Island and|qu"ta ^ tW°
Pacific Railway Co., vs. L I.
^i^"'L,tTu7-,,nd I Th" "p[>le',hat ""*• " "ii-
rebaU- of advalorum in„ at Lamonttb.a wwkar. axtra
r. .. Arkansas No. 1. apples, and
, K V «««. want th,m
... L' Blackwell, ate them at the car immediately
J- lore nee Williams, 18, Kildare it y-
Archie Mathews. 23, Flcssie
MjHone, 25, both of Kingfisher,
<Jeo. Wit? n, 25, anl Pearl
T'i ' r, !\ both of Wellington,
Raymond Sullina. 21, Vidna
Br'ckley, 29, both of Red Reek
CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES
The Church is awakening to the
need of the starving ones in the|
V.-ur Last. « Money is being rais-
ed for the: i
Sutiday murning will be devo'
:ii song ar.d sermon to the sub-1
j t, 'Thi Greater Christ." The
wv'.-iijng subject, "The Sun That
VVednes lay night of next week
prayer services at 7:<"0 o'clock.
7:'*) a fifteen minute entertain-
ment of song and piano recital.
7:15 the play and entertainment!
fer.od in basement for old and |
youny. You are invited.
V.'ho ma if compet tion howl and]
* onipetitrrs scowl?
VV ho put joy in life, made it pd
ble to keep a wife?
vou'll find us on S. S. Square, |
look us up when you are there.
World In Danger From Plague.
Danger from i lague-lnfected ports
in the Mediterranean Is pointed out
by Doctor Beaumetz of the Tuateur in-
stitute, who says that reports sfeow a
recrudescence of the platrue, especially
In Syria, Salonikl, Alexandria and Con-
stantinople. where energetic maasure^
are beitiK taken, especially for «ie pro
fection of allied troops. Doctor Ileau-
metx expresses the opinion that th «
plague will not become general, but
urges strict sanitary measures at
"Sam* Insolent Qtrmany"
At the annual public meeting of
the French Academy of Science Pr*s-
ident Guljjnard told of the part plnv-
ed by science In the victory of the
Allies, and explained the Invention*
produced to oppose the devices used
by the enemy.
M. Culcnard declared that Germany
today was the same as before, with
the name Insolent scorn for promises
made and the same hope for an op
portune return of her strength.
E. T. Keeler
Physician and Surf eon
Calls answered promptly day
Joe Kennedy and Miss Molly
Kennedy, of Blackwell, were ...
Lamont, Thursday ar.d Friday, in-
voicing go9ds at the Kennedy
Bros, store here.
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Off*. Ovar Lament MarsatUla C*
I I * mm 21?J 2 * "
I LAMONT. OKLAHOMA
i While the Sslesmaa Waitsi
We can furnish you the land of
printed sales letters and circular*
on HAMMERMILL BOND that
will get your message in the right
way to tho nan who can buy
your goods. ^ j
Uso more printed
The Bfcst and Cheapest
AUobuy your Cr.am at tl H.,h.et
Markat Price. Come hare for anything |
hi the Feed Line
C. S. MOODY
A«tr Laarranaa E Baatty Alva Okla Asa* |
Charles N. Harmon
ta. is ae. si oau. stata bms
Maa mn ISaS Office 4SS !
KMGIITS Of PHY I MAN
Meets every 1st and 3rd Monday ,
each month m the I. O. O. F. hall
VwtwR Knifbts welcome
f. K. \eaietr Se. K slH A S
A M. Beyer, C. (
J. M. WATSON. M. D.
Office over lamont Mercantile Co
Rural Phone 18
Meals, Short Orders
Cigars and Tobacco
Opposite Poal Office Telephone No. 11
JESS GELLER, Prop.
Why One Should Carry
an Account With a Bank
1. Because your money is safer in a
bank than anywhere else.
2. Because paying bills by check is the
simplest and most convenient meth-
od, as well as the safest, as your
check becomes a receipt for the debt
3. Because it gives a better standing
in the community, especially among
the business men, to pay by check
rather than cash.
You are invited to open an account with
The First State Bank.
4 Per Cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits
FIRST STATE BANK
Car on Track
All No. 1 Apples
$2.50 Bushel Basket
Will make discount on
GEO. C. HARRISON, Dealer
at this store— le
and every artici
keeping with the
ward trend in prices.
you get in
Our Groceries are of the Best
O. L. Calvert
TW Store that Appncato Ywr Tra4t
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Woods, Elmer E. The Valley News. (Lamont, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 27, 1921, newspaper, January 27, 1921; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc178911/m1/2/: accessed January 18, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.