The Lamont Record. (Lamont, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 12, 1909 Page: 2 of 4
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The Lamont Record. % WZ+Z
* - » I A. VANSANT PRODUCE CO.
Published every Thursday ut ^
Lamont Ok la.
“ Entered os second-cla
May is. 1SKK1 at the po>t ottice at l-a-
inont, Oklahoma under the Act
Conpresis of March 11. I'"!'."
matt« r »■
Wiil pay Lite highest market
| Poultry, Butter, Eggs, Cream,
£ and Hides.
srUSC’RlPTION HATKS. % _ _ - ----------
O.ie year......2 \
S x months . - - - - .5011 L^.MwfcU,
AnvEirrimsa iiatf.s. * -5t.5.».9»>»8»8^5^»
If You’re In a Hurry
And want Blacksmith, Ma-
chine or Woodwork done
Bring it to cur shop. Vt/c have the IooIj
and machinery to do al! c: this kind ci
work Satisfaction is guaranteed.
L. W. Rader
Display 15 cts. per inch a week
L teals, 5 cts a line each insertion.
B-iei: 33 Mil BMil ■■ IIIIIWMI M~I I I I TIlir?j—A.!BTTil».MIIHI HIIIWW m L“_1
JUDGE M. C. GA RI
Only 18 Corner Lots and |
Slamont LUMBER Co.|
224 inside lots
Out of over 1000 Lot
® a ®
our small orders and will give you just us
4. . gf*
^careful attention ami as conscientious service uh,>nfJ*
Ivon want a lew shingles, a hunch of lath or a iewj*
Sj'oards. as th nigh you were Inlying a complete imu- ■ ^
4or barn bill. Don’t forget m when you want only a1*
j^tew pieces of luml.or.
h> Phone Mo £G ^
%,K» €»€> # «► $ O#*^<K-***<I><** L* * $$
nf Garfield county.
Harry Thaw will know Thins
d;.y. Aug. 12, whether lie is sani
or insane, as that is the day tin
decision will be lendered by t! t
judge, who tried tln»
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Corner Lots only $70 each
inside Lots only $50. each
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IN EACH TOWM
and district to
Iflf'&K® 9 H rS.9—/ 8 ■ T»e ';b a t t- r. i fKl.il.tt a
sample Latest M< let "Rangel' bicyt le furnished by us.. Gw »«ei ts everywhere ara
Latest Model ••KailBCl- * bu-ycle furntshen hv >r « : -----
Baking m : Wrii,2orJ furticulart and special »j’tr i We shift
NO 1IOM.1 KKQl IKIU> II I ' up •••!... ippr..; I y-.”r t , \ . 5n
to anyone, auiwhere in |
ai. "V TUN I) A\S’ 1 fill; YUl.il.. t g'-;..u :n.i rtd •. ■ 1 ‘g*
rut to i ny tist you \ i h. Ii you are i u t. not i«tie. lly m fled ••> • to
keep the I'livtlj it 1. i! . u,t.it.-ir. up; at. ;-.y. ■ ••
C.V*Tftai rjn:'Cl» " t - ".Si ti." 1 ...... le l>tey...-t it '• I - .> g
rliClUn I 1 [liutS at .'I • SlUlii ; :' • 111 ala.ve ... • id I " ' v c"' ' 1'1 ■ 10
to fcs middlemen’s profi i l>y buyi di i of u andhavel e iiianufacturer s guar-
anti ib . r bicycle 6o NOT BUY a bid cl..... U rof tirt fn manywiw
at ttMV />•/' it O'.til \.>u er • ve oar catalogues and learn our unhuaid ot Juilory
/■ and . ' t effers to filler agontiii , , _nj
yr>ii . t | ^ r» p .ay • feyl,-*t\r » iteceivc our
YdJ Will L S r-J !v tier 5«ip:i) mod i at tin Ur I lly
w / /• . .. . yt ut". year. W eU theliigh. tgrad. bit vdei foi money
d° >1 X't»s !* A A M > I• 1 i 1- : .'•••' \Ve a.Ai T rei'iil.irly handle sectmd land SS
usually have a num er on hand taken in trade by onr thw;ago retail storj 1
^ 2S»J | , ..rs and
TOaAXO is on the rnDln line of the Southern Pacific R R
Kill tsfurii of tP firii'. of Woe ' ‘ , promptly at prices ranains frjin !i
I 1 ca.r-'mdCo has retired one mile west of Cobre, the junction of the Nevada North- COASTER-BRAKES, ?qu$mun? “aii linriui"//
hUCk Se"rS J Z and Southern Pacific ™,r„a,.s. $A|0 HEBBETHOBN 5»888!f RPPROOF % M
The Oregon Short Line R R are surveying a line from X SELF-HEALIitG TIKES roJiirMO^E^Lr QJ
, , n • ,• mi • | Uv Thr regular reta.! pritt of t eset-resis -
__ Twin Falls. Idaho, south to theSoutherr^Pacificline. Inis ! W.
The Farmers Uniat picking] railroacl will he completed inside of three years, and willtap
WWlVr^"fift.,EU»t.the Southern Pacific a little vest of the town ofToano.
city, it will also be a big tiling
for this stock raising port < f
from business with •(."),(*( o
after a business life of 11 y:: rs.
This is one of the firm that al-
ways sold "goods so cheap
sellyouasatnplepairt-rtt.'v1 as/i:in t, wwun. J~Z.----------—.....
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aiiV.'. Vixtvti, • V
Over two hundred i.'.'Ut.-tiiid Fiir.t 1. ■* il u
Cojiper ore has been discovered in hu ge (piantitits
"A*' ami puncture Hirips "If*
:,-;g ami " D," also rim strip “H"
uDonceorlvncv in a v. .io.e ' ■ • . .........1 1 - V to prevent rim cuttinir. I Ills
ano tire, the puncture resist . . f o tire will outlast any other
by st ’ i oft n, specially prepared :: ; Y Mil I-. I-.L.IM IC aud
• for ii iJASi* RIDUiGs
iv \ 11 c Taeks or tilai-s will not 1< t the i \v up • r*-- A <,T «v;.;
DESCRIPTION: V IHonU-m r " g. •>- .
north and south of Toano, and tins cuvht to soon he,j liK” W
nnenlinarvtirc. the Dtinrturc resisting qualities mrig:’i
- 1 one oi the best towns in the state.
Some of the Democratic papers
nf Oklahoma are having convul-
sions, over what Senator Goie
siid about Vic Murdock, and JERfylS: $1
other Republicm congressman.' . .
if these papers have not the nf- $5. per month on each .0,.
erence, it is given for their bene-
fit tnat they may know just what j_i o CAWnFPS & CO
Senate.' Gore’s idea was of the Tl. D. 5AWULKJ *A/.,
adverti - ngpurj - ren in ga * - j .. terJsre( Jved. We ship C. O. D. on
the rider oT M >P«rPf ■ ,;g;. 3 ; , . , 1 asfeprest tied..
St i-itI'I (\cii tVi'.l OUOLUi unil this: G nient. You run no risk in
send 1 Ll.l. t AMI « » - g ' }■ ^ v.*“‘ , , ......A ., t. , .. ,f anv reason they are
Get in on the ground floo?. 8eid i-vhirc^u wmi o&duk*ua*nc^««P-.v,;m!r.t. rin... s.:.;
;ash down. Balance at rate of ■ Vi. S '
baTk.. L l,U;‘’LET;.-hT t ... anvtlrt...... ■ - - lorseen at anypnee. We
Wewant you to send us a ti t 1 ri « - " *• , ’ JriiunUl^u send for a pair of
IF you HEED ;!Ey catai;:«ucEhi^
ir W LpU F\jLLK-*J b Bn*mK.9 lK-Lg-vm n ‘
mihiiVurh '.' V i ... ; .'.-..I * rHl’N^OF BDTlNG ft bicycle
Pemocratic pcrt\ in 1896. ''•'■""I 5aJt Lake City,
he was registering from Texas
and hoping to be electe 1 to some
office on the Populist ticket. In
a speech delivered at Dallas,
Texas, in 1909, he said: J 11**
trouble with the Democratic par-
ty is it is a party of statesmen-
without statesmanship, patriots
without patriotism, heroes with-1
out heroism. Their policy be-1
gets farmers without farming,
laborers without labor, freemen
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utah l L MEftB CYCLE 6-3M?liHV
wmm^t m X «a.-VMC«-
Contractor and Builder,
Cur V/ork Shows For itself
From all indications, if you are
a dispenser of “Mault Mead”
you are immune from prosecu
tion. by the Oklahoma state a!
If you put ai-Un over your door
you are an advertiser, says thr
Centerburg (Ohio) Oa/atte. flu
sign is intended to advert s ’.your
tion. oy me wamouma suite itj ; , . , ,
. . / * Ti, , ,, , per cent alcohol, and the attorn-
mimstration. A Blackwell lawr-; 1 .. .
,, , ... tV . : ev wanted to prosecute on that
yer called AttorneyAVest on 4l;e • . .* ,, (jn
, , , . -e evidence, but could ge^ nr> en
phone and asked him if a man f ,
could be successfully prosecuted’*<inl. 1 ’]n. “ business to the people who i as-.
who was selling the above named ”fn(ia‘ t c,lUn* by An advertisement in a ieli
drink. The attorney general I company manufacturing this ;able paper is many thousands
told him that he did not think it] drink have an understanding, signs spread over many miles, i
... A . 1 ..... A7, .n K.riio-V' nvPI'vhndv t')
Owned by WILLI.Ui/iS 3R03
a-d was told by West that;i,e at- js ^ entorcemejt c( the prohi- »»“r to over>'b"lly
ready had so many deputies that ......... Oklahoma. “Git
could be done. The attorney and everything looks as though You can’t carry everybody to
asked to be appointed a deputy the claim was well founded. This] your sign, but the newspaper can
and was told by West thatlhe at-1 js ^ entorcemeJt c( the prohi- vour slum to overybod
bition law in Okla-homa. "G‘tl
us genuine prohibititm, or give
he did not deem it advisable bo
appoint any more. This drinJc
WJ^OiAAV ^ n .
according to analysis, shows -11 us back our votes cast foi it.
When a man resents a practical
j »ke we say he lias no sense of
Prince Mogul: is a black jack 4 years
old. with rneaiy points, and asgoed an
animal as there is in the county. He
is at my farm 2 1-2 west and I 2 south
of Lamont. Mule raisers should see
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Bradfield, O. J. The Lamont Record. (Lamont, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 12, 1909, newspaper, August 12, 1909; Lamont, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc956477/m1/2/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.