The Lamont Record. (Lamont, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 8, 1909 Page: 2 of 4
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The Lamont Record.
O. J BRADFIELD. Ed. and Pnb.
Published ever.v> Thursday at
•* Entered as second-class matter
May 1*. law at the post office at La-
niont, Oklahoma under the Act of
Conpre.-i.s of March .4, lSTW.’’
those who traveled into or across requested that the poys send in
What places were most fre-
quently used for cun ping ground
'heir boknys” for his prize
collecton. Poor old man. wo
can hardly censure him for his
When and where were the dif- uncomplimentary remarks, for
Frontcolony townsites located, knowing as we do. that this is
the colony camps pitched or es the first defense holms had offer-1
tablished? ed hiu in many years. He tells I
What were the events or inci- Duroc.Iiui how grateful he is
dents occasioned by the military for the soothing words express-
during or at the time of the col- ed is lis beluiF. The canine
ony expeditions? part of the nninml kingdom nev-
Who were the “boomers” er werecimsidered as being un-
Six months . • • •
most active and valuable aider
$1.00 friends living in the state?
grateful, for many times lias oi c
of these been slapped and kicked
Display 15 cts. per inch a week hastened or advrnced the open
Locals, 5 cts a line each insertion.1 ing of the lands to settle
What particular even'.) ir events <>n^ tn ,tlin to
in the “raids,” effect or colony ,lllilt snmte ifc' We m?ver wwre
workin your judgement most!,,,uch on tracing genealogies but
Wliat were the ‘facts or inci-
dents or events relating to the
) arrest and trial by federal au-
thorities of any persons, party
i What special efforts were made
J in the state in co-operation or se-
curing special aid?
Were you at the burning o
] Rockfalls. If so what were the
when certain features are so
prominent, as we have discover
in some nn n, it is impossible to
not become interested ar.d the
study lias disclosed some won-
derful things. Having traced
Palmer's genealogy for a short
distance only, wo found traces
of where a part of his ancestry
scratched lh as off their ear with
their left hind leg. and alsodis-
j.' covered that the bump of grate
If You’re In a Hurry
And want Blacksmith, Ma-
chine or Woodwork done
Bring it to our shop. We have the tools
and machinery to do all of this kind of
work. Satisfaction is guaranteed.
L. W. Rader
fulness hand not decreased in
JUDGE M. C. GARBER,
of Garfield county.
incidents ur the events of the |sncceeding they
day and what do von accurately i >W!'sessl-“a vM,mar-v «'“■ K""1'
and correctly remember relation scent’ b h™*1 at the and
' to the diseasin'- of the Bag,press that n,emhf,|'s "f th" lilt"r
colony effects and records? iation had not "“;erown the habit
In gathering accurate and re to hmvl' Hat poor old man, wo
liable data in your judgement
what should be included?
Can you refer or locate printed
or other record matter that
can forgive him, but will not
promise to forget.
Three Oklahoma maidens pre-
sided at the punch bowls, at the
FOR A STATE HISTORY.
j should be secured or preserved
Can you refer er give the ad-1 'veddingofGovHaskellsdaughter
(dress of persons or parties !The f?uud People of Oklahoma now
Mr. T. X. Athey, of Blackwell, j whom you think able and willing J dotnaned that they he made ac-
has been wi rking for years to to assist in furnishing referene- Tainted with the kind of punch
es on information desired? served.
Can you furnish addresses of
arouse proper interest in the
history of Oklahoma just prior
Buttermilkt or other
Stop! Look! Listen!
Only 18 Corner Lots and
224 Inside lots left
Out of over 1000 Lots
Corner Lots only $70 each
Inside Lots only $50. each
to its settlement and immediate- j colony members or officers now !
ly following. Mr. Athey has (living?
spent much time and money in
his efforts to secure reliable data
of that time, realizing its worth
to the historian, and also realiz
ing that if it is to be secured
from those who helped to make
such history, that it must, be se-
In the effort to gather special, j Kansas City Stock \ards:
accurate and reliable data and The run of e ittle last week to-
information indicated herein, taled 350U0 head, about 5,000 less
what suggestions have you to than previous week. The mark-
offer that w ill most assist or aid 'et the first twro days of th•» wTeek
in desired results? Ideclited 10 to 20 cents, but light-
Please pay particular atten-jer receipts later in the week
C ired soon, as they are fast pass-; tiott to questions above that are caused it to close with the loss
ing away. Mr. Athey has col- mentioned. j regained. Bulk of the arrivals
lected q uite an amount of data,! If you cannot be present send ran to beef grades, as was the
pictures, press reports, but it is in your answers to questions, previous week, comparatively
by no means complete. Such .and address your correspond-j few stock and feeding cattle in-
material as he has will be on ex- i cnca to T. N. Athey, Blackwell, eluded, but in spite of the light
hibition at the L&B store at Oklahoma. This matter when run of this class, they made lit
Blackwell, April 22, the anniver- j complete will be turned over to tie or no improvement over the
sary of the opening of Oklahoma, j the State Historical Society, in dull conditions of the previous
and at that time he would like to ( some form for proper preserva- week The run of cattle today
see and meet as many of the t'(,n- Mr. Athey does not care j is IQ,000 head, market on steers
Payne and Couch boomers as to undertake the task of writing J steady to 10 lower, tob steers
possible, and to obtain from the history, he merely wants to i $6.50, bulk of steers at 5 40 to
them the information as indicat-
ed in the following questions:
When and where did you first
become interested or identified
with the movements to open Ok-
lahoma to settlement?
Were you a member of, or con-
make sure that such history can 6.50. Cows and heifers steady,
be properly written when the j top heifers today .6.10, bulk 4.00
time and the historian shall have
arrived. This is a matter of im-
portance, and should
ed to at once,
to 6.00, cow's 3.50 to 4.00, stock
ers and feeders about steady
be attend-1 stockers 4.00 to5.25, feeders 4.75
| to 5.60, veal calves about steady
netted in any way with Payne & publish in part or in full.
Stateand Kansas papers please at 5.75 to 7.25, quarantine steers
Bouch’s “Oklahoma Colony?”
In what way were you connect
steady to week. Cattle receipts
i would be light.
Hog receipts last week totaled
Domand from east-
Every Oklahoman should feel' for the month of March at this
interested in the above move, point broke all records for that
ed and did you assist in active for in future years it will be the month at 170,060 healr, an in
colony work or just in agitating most valuable asset of the State crease of 6,000 head over same
the work of Oklahoma land for Historical Society, and the month last year. It was goner-
settlement? state’s history will never be illy believed early last month
Where or when did you flrst! complete without it.—[Ed] that the movement of cattle
meet Payne or Couch, or any of j
their company? : T. j. Palmer, editor of the nnnl -i 1(1 , . .
ttti , . . , ., , 69,000head, and the week closed
W here and when in such con- Mediord Patriot until tlie Hth. L,,* . , , ..
.. . 10 to In cents over close ol
nection or capacity did you first of last March, was so weh pleas- v-( week
see or enter Oklahoma? ed with what the editor of thc:e,.’ kilters continued good, but
In what way or manner did Manchester Journal said about; thejr hoyin(? was not s0 h as
you cross the territory line on an two weeks ago, that he wrote durinK the clrevious week. The
such expeditions and tlie circum- Du roc Jim a personal letter of, b>d is „ 0(|0 head market
stances or event relating to the j thanks The letter so pleased (m heavy hog9 steady t() „
same? Duvoc Jiin that he reciprocated ,• i . f_ j . , ,
ttt, . 1 lights steady to five lower, heav-
What were the mam trails or by publishing the letter, and of j iesM5 to 7.021, medium weights
roads across or into the terri course added a little toil. The 6 80 6.05. weigbte WuK oou
tory used by the boomers. gist of the letter was, that Brad- ds 6 50 t0 6.90, , 5 23 t„
What and where were the 1 held ,s skunk, and the letter al-0 w Average weight of hogs
stream crossings or fords then so sets up the plea that Palmer for March ]89 p0„nds hl.st
" had not given notice that he J since 1902
J. A. Rickaut, Live Stock Cor.
April 7. 1909.
TOANO is on the main line of the Southern Pacific R R,
one mile west of Cobre, the junction of the Nevada North-
ern and Southern Pacific railroads.
The Oregon Short Line R R are surveying a line from
Twin Falls, Idaho, south to the Southern Pacific line. This
railroad will be completed inside of three years, and will tap
the Southern Pacific a little west of the town ofToano.
Copper ore has been discovered in large quantities both
north and south of Toano, and this ought to soon become
one of the best towns in the state.
Get in on the ground floor.
TERMS: $15. Cash down. Balance rate of
$5. per month on each lot.
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Salt Lake City,
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The Tebow Mafor’s ditch mat-
ter was taken up again Tuesday
before the commissioners, says
the News, and after an agree-
ment by Simons and Glenn. th< ir
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Bradfield, O. J. The Lamont Record. (Lamont, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 8, 1909, newspaper, April 8, 1909; Lamont, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc956942/m1/2/: accessed October 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.