The Lamont Record. (Lamont, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 13, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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Having rented my farm I will sell at public sale at my farm 1 mile
west of Lamont,Okla., the following described property,
Town >f Lamont.
VV. C. Muegge,
M. J. Rader.
J. N. Henrie,
O. J. Bradtield,
B. P. Cones,
Tuesday, August, 18th., ’08
Beginning at 1 o’clock P. M.
1 mare 8 yrs old, 1 mare 4 yrsold, I mare 5 yrs. old, I spring colt, 1
horse, 5 milch cows, 1 two year old heifer, I two year old bull, 4 yearl-
ing heifers, 6 spring calves, 5 hogs, 2 wagons, I carriage, I set work
harness, 1 disc drill, 1 John Deere lister, 1 Good Enough sulky plow,
1 two section harrow, 2 ridingcultivators, I mowing machine, 1 head-
er barge, I Empire cream separator, two milk cans.__
TEDJI/IC HP C AI P* All sums under $10 cash. All
I v/I sums over$10 a credit of 12
monthswill be given with interest at 8 percent from date, purchaser
giving approved security. 2 percent discount for cash on sums over
L. H. Wentz, Owner.
Wm. Summy, A. C. Thompson,
L. D. Anderson, Treasurer.
P W. Zeigler Clerk.
P. P. Privett, Reg’tr of De’ds
George D. Walker, Sheriff.
H. H.Rodger Probate Judge
P. G. Walling, Co. Attorney
C. M. Jacobson, Co. Sup’t
.J. H. Huntington, 1st Dist
J. D. Orndoff, 2nd. Dist.
E. B. Hamilton, 3rd. Dist.
M. E. CHURCH.
Preaching service every Sunday
morning at 11 o.clock and in the
evening at 8. Sunday school at
10 A. M. Prayer meeting every
Rev A. O. McVay, Pastor,
Preaching every Sunday at 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday
school at 10 a. m.
C. M. Myers, Pastci.
A. P. & A. M.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th Thurs-
day evening of each month. Vis-
iting brethern are cordially in-
vited to attend.
E. E. Gillis W. M.
CAMP NO. 7233, M. W. A.
Meets every Tuesday evening.
All visiting neighbors cordially
invited to visit with us when in
L. W. Rader.
For tha Boy or Girl
Who will secure eight new
subscribers for the The Kan-
sas City Weekly Journal, at
25 cents a year each, making
a total of two dollars, and
send the full amount togeth-
er with the names tous, we
will mail to his or her ad-
dress a Beautiful Magic Lan-
tern with 50 views
Any boy or girl can use it Just
stretch a white sheet on the wall
and you can have all kinds of fun
Full directions for use is sent
with the lantern.
Any boy or girl can secure
eight subscribers in a short time
and get this Beautiful Magic
Send for samples for canvassing
Send all money by postoffice
money order or draft.
Kansas City Journal
Kansas City, Mo.
Dr. W. I. HUDDLE
Physician and Surgeon.
Mirror Better Than Medicine.
A ward patient in Roosevelt hospi-
tal grew gradually weaker without
any apparent reason. “She’s fretting
herself to death about something
said the nurse. “If she would confide
in me I think she would get better.'
By and by the patient did open her
mind and heart. "If I could only see
myself, she walled, “Id feel differ-
ent. I know I must look like death
or you’d let me have a looking glass. ’
It was against the rules to supply pa-
tients in that ward with mirrors, but
th*- nurse, recognizing the gravity of
that particular case, smuggled in &
small hand glass. The result was mir-
aculous. “Why, dear me, said the
sick woman. “I don’t look half so bad
as 1 supposed I did.” And from that
hour she began to improve.—New
51V W \J1 2 t
Food tend Environment.
“Bullfinches fed on hempseed turn
quite black.” said a naturalist.
“Horses kept in coal mines for several
years become covered with soft
thick fur like a mole. The mastiff oi
Thibet, who in the Th^Van highlands
has a heavy coat or *wol, loses his
coat completely when he is brought
down to the plains. The ermine, in
his snow-infested home, turns white i>,
the winter, but if he is taken for the
v/inter to a warm climate he does not
turn white at all. Quite amazing,
altogether, are the changes that with
food and environment we can affect
on all living creatures—even man.”
An Idea! Womanhood,
Above all other things, a womar.
who would be charming must possess
a true and noble heart, full of love
md sympathy for her fellow beings,
and an intelligent mind, capable of
seeing matters from more than oue
standpoint. Any fair one thus en-
Statement of receipts and expenditures of the Grant County Ru-
ral Telephone Company, of Lamont, Okla,, for month of July 08
Received for dr ,p No, 3
“ “ town patrons,
“ “ paid
in at central
Salt Fork Line,
Deer Creek Line,
Rich Valley Line’
Big 4 Line,
Eddy Short Line
Amount on hand
VIOLET REBEKAH LODGE,
NO. 47, I OOF.
Neets the st and 3rd Saturdavs
of each month. Visiting mem-
bers invited to attend.
Bell Smith, Mary Calvert,
N. G. Sec’y
D. of H.
Meets 1st and 3rd Saturday af-
ternoons of each month.
Mrs. L. Mann, L. Mann,
C of H Recorder.
LAMONT LODGE NO. 35 K of P
Meets every Monday night
Visiting members always wel-
A. T. Beegle, O. J. Bradfield.
C C K of R &S.
Calls promptly answered night dowed by nature undeniably has with-
in herself the possibilities for ideal
womanhood, for from these character-
Office over Calvert & Sons
! istics spring the many little virtues
which make a woman loved, admired
; and needed by those around her, says
Meets 2nd and 4th Srturday
nights of each month. Visiting
members invited to attend.
Willie Daniels, Recorder.
A O U W LODGE NO. 71.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Satur-
day evening of each monah.
Visiting members cordially in-
vited to attend.
E. E. Gllis, E. W. Eisfeldef,
M. \V. Recorder
I OO F
Meets every Friday night
Visiting members invited to
visit the lodge.
F. M. Snyder, E. E. Miner,
N. G- Sec.
S. F. Cones,
J. B. Cowen,
O E S
Meets st and 3rd Tuesday
nights eacli month.
Stella McConn ell,
Mrs. L. Mann,
W.M . Sec’y.
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Bradfield, O. J. The Lamont Record. (Lamont, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 13, 1908, newspaper, August 13, 1908; Lamont, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc956222/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.