LaKemp Mirror (LaKemp, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 30, Ed. 2 Thursday, January 6, 1910 Page: 4 of 6
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LaKemp Mirror J. W. Culwell
ALW AYS REPUBLICAN.
Published Every Thursday
By Geo. W. Williams
Entered as second-class matter June 17th. 1909, at
the post office at Lakentp, Oklahoma, under the
act of Marh 3,1879.
See this office for all kind of
Bring your job work to this
office. Our work will, please
ARCHIE C. GREGG
SHAWNEE FIRE INSURANCE CO.
OF TOPEKA, KANSAS.
B. F. NEWLON, A. M. AM. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Special attention paid to Surg-
ery and diseases of women.
Office Rear of LaKemp State Bank
Have your notary Woi-k done
at the Mirror oftice
See Gregg and Williams, for
FLUE and T()KNAI)0 Ins.
Office with La kemp Mirror.
Every-body. say the Mirror
want add&, bring results.
If you want your property insur-
ed in a good company, one that
pays all loses. Insure with
Gregg and Williams, Lakemp
Wlter C. Frazier
Prompt, Accurate Work.
Dr. E. F. Pellette
PostofficeBldg. Liberal, Kansas
First published in Laftemp Mirror. Dec. 23, o^
Notice For Publication.
Department of the Interior, United States Land
Office at Woodward, Okla., Pec. 6, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that
Ora J, Strough of Balko, Okla.
who, on April 23, 1908, made Homestead Entry
No. 38932, for S1-2 hE 1-4 Section 7
Township 2, N. Range 23, E:C.M.,hasTiled notice
of intention to make final Commutation Proof, to
establish claim to the land above described, be-
fore W. T. Quinn, Clerk of the District Court in
his office at Beaver. Okla., on the
27th day of January, 1910,
Claimant names as witnesses:
James G. Maxwell, Ed Beers, William A, Barker
of Balko, Okla, and Myrlin Phillips of Elmwood,
okla. Geo D. orner Register. 12-23 1-20
George Williams has money to
LOAN on Beaver Co. farms.
All parties knowing themsel-
ves indebted to us. You are re-
quested to come in and settle by
Decernber 10t>h as we are com
peled to raise a certain amount
of money by that time. .
Come in at once we must have
Horton & Allen
lob work never
fails to Please.
Will cry sales anywhere in Beav
er and adjoining counties. Give
me a trial. Satisfaction guaran
teed. My work is my reference
Residence, 3 miles east and
mile north of LaKemp, Okla.
NOTICE:—All parties know-
ing themselves indebted to tin
Pioneer Trading Company an
requested to call and settle sam*
at once. Respectfully, Pioneer
Let Thos. P. Braidwood & Soi
bonded abstracters make von
abstract—a 1 way8 reliable and ac-
urate, Beaver, Oklahaonia.
Govener Haskell has issued pa-
roles to E.B.Lovejoy,who is serv-
ing time at the penitentiary for
assault to kill. The negro is so
far gone from tuberculosis^ that
he is confined to his bed. A pa-
role issued also to William Doug-
las of Beaver County,serving a
two-year sentence also for assault
to do bodily harml
D. L. KEMP, Manager
!WOW is the time to buy a lot in the best
town in Beaver County. LaKemp,
located in the finest farming country in the
State. Lots are now selling at from $25.00
to $200.00. Buy now before the advance
in prices, which will occur in the near future.
Offices: Higgins, Texas, LaKemp, Okla.
LaKemp State Bank Building Local Office
'[ 2 MOB
for s&Ie. , See
See Thos. P. Braidwood, a1
Beaver, before making applica-
tion to prove up. Accuracy is
his specialty on final proofs.
ALONE IN SAW MILL AT
Unmindful of dampness, drafts,
storms and cold, W. J. Atkins
worked as Night Watchman, at
at Banner Springs, Tenn. Shell
exposure gave him a severe
cold that settled on his lungs.
At last he had to give up work.
He tried many remedies but all
failed-till he used Dr. King's
New discovery. "After" using
one bottle" he writes, " I Vent
back to work as well as eVer."
Severe Colds, stubborn Coughs,
inflamed throats and sore lungs,
Hemorrhages, Croup and \^hoop
ing Cough get quick relief and
cure from this glorious medicine.
50c and 1.00. Trial bottle free,
guarnteed by Owl Drug Oo.
MIRROR LAKEMP, OKLA.
Horton & Alien
Blacksmithing A H wood Work
.. Machinery repairing a specialty.
and , Backs
HatHess and shoes
All work guaranteed.
SMITH & CO.
In the old Cramner Building.
LOOKING ONE'S BEST
It's a woman's delight to look her
best but pimples, skin eruptions
sores and boils rob life of joy.
Listen! Bucklen's Arnica Salve
cures them; makes the skin soft
and velvety. It glorifies the face
Cures pimples, Sore Eyes, Colds
Sores' Cracked Lips. Chapped
Hande. Try it, Infalliable for
riles, 25c at Owl Drug Co's
STUNG FOR 15 YEARS
hy indigestion's pangs—trying
many doctors and $200.00 worth
medicine in vain, B. F. Ayscue
of Inglcside, N. 0., at last used
Dr. King's New Life Pills, and
writes they wholly cured him.
They cure Constipation, Bilious-
ness, Sick Headache, Stomach,
Liver Kidney and Bowel troubles
25c at Owl Drug Company's.
First published in LaKemp Mirror. Dec. 9th.'09
Notice For Publication.
Department of the Interior. United States Land
Office at Woodward. OKla., Nov, 22, 1909
Notice is hereby given that
Charley A. Reif of Sophia Okla.,
who on January 3rd.. 1905. made Homestead En
'y No' for So"th Half of the South Eas(
Qnarter of Section 14. Township 1 North of Rangf
~ M" has filed n°t'ce of intention to makr
Final Five Year Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before THOMAS P
BRAIDWOOD. U.S. Commissioner, at his office
n Beaver. Oklahoma, on the
12 day of January, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses: E. Y. Ogilvie
Paul Mountcastle. James Hill and Jack Dav, All
of Sophia, Oklahoma,
12-* 1-6 GEO. D ORNER, Register.
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Williams, George W. LaKemp Mirror (LaKemp, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 30, Ed. 2 Thursday, January 6, 1910, newspaper, January 6, 1910; LaKemp, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc185629/m1/4/: accessed July 13, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.