The Lamont Record. (Lamont, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 8, 1909 Page: 3 of 4
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Have You Smoked A
"JOE PUSH” 5c Cigar
If Not, Why Not?
Try one today and.enjoy 30
minutes in Havana.
Inter-State Cigar Co.
Read 1 he Record.
“A Soldiers Sweetheart.
You can pay y->ur
ta.’tas at tie
The CITIZENS BANK has the
1 tax roll. Pay your taxas there
' Wall paner.
New 11)09 pat-
S. C. Join and wire an
ing their dauirhter at Alva.
li Liquid S nek<* cur<*s meat por-
| 3tly, at Buegle's.
Furniture Stains, Janalac and
lour tinislies, at Beetle's.
Horse m l
[at this of. ice.
[.stock ci Is.
J ,c'r hills printed
i>iig assortment of
H.ydr >car' >n Burners. Save
one-half of the fuel bill by using
S. S. Adams is the sole agent
'or the Hydrocarbon Burner.
lc is on exhibition every day.
^ | and have always bold it was be.-1
to say Jittloubout it until are were
reasonably sure that wo had
plenty of it. We now believe that
with the wells already in opera-
thin. and the lease already secur-
ed in what is practically a tested
field, we believe our commercial
club is safe in assuring any in-
dustry of thecortainity of cheap
fuel. The past winter we were
never short of gas for any length
of time, showing there was enogh
and s ime to spare for all present
needs. We heartily congratulate
the Union (his and Oil company
and hope that they will keep the
drill going until they bring in
one of at least five million ca-
pacity. and that we want to see
then goat least 2500 feet and
strike an oil well.—Blackwell
Such news as the above has
caused the citizens of Lament to
become again interested in the
(imposition of boring ft r gam
There has been two tneoliu
JThose who go to see a
fditrs Sweetheart’- will be
, FOR SALE: -A Hambletonian
nare, six years old, with foal,
veight 1200. Inquire at this
The family of ,T. J. Kramer
rrived last Monday from Iowa,
pd will mske this
fc A large crowd should greet
phfe “Sold e s S ,v otheart” at I
tipera house Saturday evening,
Enid one day
Monday afternoon, about 4
o'clock p. in. some one yelled
fire, and on investigation it prov-
ed to de Aoward Spencer’s barn
Total loss. Saved the horse
and buggy. But from the fact
that the wind went down about
the time the lire started it would
have burned the house. It took
all the water in two wells to save
it. Scorched the paint os it was
Cause of Hire same old story;
children playing with matches.
Everybody seems to be busy
just now; planting corn .
Our rural mail carriers report
t iat there was plenty of those
o I gr»en bugs, that eat up the
o ;t crop two years ago, to te
sjen last Monday evening.
Cha les Shaw left Wednesday
evening for Kansas City, having
been advised Tuesday that 1 is
wife was no better.
Mrs. Dorman and daughter
aid Mrs. Will Flood are visiting
with the former’s son, Charles,
Cold weather, Cavse 10 inches
o' snow in Colorado.
The assessor is around trying
to find out what everybody is
Contractor and Builder,
Our Work Shows For Itself
O K REED.
P E. WILE, Ass t Cashier
ESTABLISHED 1901, CAPITAL $20,000.
j. s. GILBERT, SWAN OLSEN,
W. T. WILSON, JOHN FUGLE,
A. SETTERGREEN, G. E. MABRY,
S. F. CONES,
If you appreciate
Safety, Courtesy. Promptness, accuracy and Liberality,
give us your businass, large or small.
Deposits guaranteed by the state Guarantee
Henry Nichols Bah ruth was
burn near Hamburg, Germany
Aug 8 1814;came to America to
Libertiy Prairie, Madison Co 111.
in 1850, from there to Gueda
Springs Ks. in March 1883 and
here i i 1905.
1 i( d March 5 1909 at tliehome
held and a good dea’ of ii teres t lds dan&hter Mrs Bkerage95
is being shown. It is proposed ye 6 mon*hs’and ~7 daYs-
that $5000 be raised and and that I died 10 ,\ears ago at
stock to that amount be sold. |Gu lda SPrin*s Kansas, age 84
The head promoters of tl is en-
terprise are doing
Farm Sales a Speciality. Satisfaction Assured.
Geo. R. Cowen
Leave Orders at RECORD office or with) tlye Editor
TEN DAYS NOTICE REQUIRED.
Palace Meat Market and Bakery.!!
A little fislicencounteroccured
tm the street last Tuesday morn-
■ <g. Guess the boys will pay
the tine and let't go at that.
Mrs. C, T, White and Paulin
Miss Maud Courtney of
lhoe, are nere visiliing their
brother and family, H Corn tney
County Commissioner Hamil-
lon and W. S. Robertson are
Lere with a force of men driving
lew piling under the Pond Creek
lridge south of town.
Adams & Kearnes have moved
tjieir pool room into the building
nst south of the one tiie occu-
uied. The room vacated by them
I s being fitted u]> for a general
Wtore and will be occupied by
fcavis & Son.
^K^equine and Frater and J,E,
)oop, who are operating the drill
br the Union Gas and Oil Coin
,>any, brougth in a fine gas well
in the Whiteside lease five miles
iflorth and a half east o2 this city
Tuesday morning of lliis week.
Pft is a dry well, and from pre-
sent appearance is one of the
Lest in the district. After seo-
|g(fc. it Mr J. J. Hermes president
a wise thing
in making a clear statement of
facts to everyone who is solicited
to take stock. The proposition
presented is a clear cut business
transaction, just the same as
buying bank, railroad or any oth-
er stock. From the way the
their home. I move is gaining hca Iway it looks
jas though there would be plenty
of men found, who are interest-
ed, to make a go of it. If a so-
licitor calls on you give him your
attention and let him exnlain
the pryposition to you. We be-
lieve that you will become inter-
y >ars. He was the lather of six
childen fourof whom survivehim
two live at Gueda Sp ingsKs.,
one in California, and Mrs Baker
of this place, with whom he has
made his home for many years.
A short funeral service was
held at the home after which the
body was taken to Arkansas City
Kansas for burial.
The relatives l ave the sincere
sympathy of the neighbors and
Fresh and Salt Meats.
Fresh Fish in season.
We buy hides.
E. F. CLARK,
Lamont Camp M. W. A. 7233.
WHeREAS, It has pleased our
Heavenly Father to permit the
removal, by death, the mother of
our esteemed Neighbor, and
friend, R. W. Elder, and the de-
parture of this life being a gre\i
ous shock to his Xt ighbors, and
relatives, Therefore be it
Retolved, That it is with the
deepest feeling of grief the
Neighbors of our Camp and or-
der extend to the bereaved rela-
tives our heartfelt sympathy in
the hour of their grief, and
plight our hopes that Ho, who
doeth all things well will soothe
and sustain them in their deep
Edward A. Wilson,s Preparation
of Hypophosphites and Blodgetti
from the original formula is the Sov-
erign Remedy for consumption Asthma
Bronchils. catarrh La Grippe,cough,
Cold, and all Lung and Throal Mala-
Thousands of people say they havp
been relieved by it
Those who have used it will haveno
other and recommend it to their fellow
It has cured many after they were
given up as incurable by physicians.
This Remedy has been in use for
over 48 years, and your druggist can
procure it with fuli directions and ad-
vice from the leading Wholesale
Druggists, or from me direct.
For full particlars, testmonials, etc,
C’.A.ABBOTT, Sole Agent,
60 Ann Street, • New York. N. Y.
ON REAL ESTATE
LONG TIME. EASY PAYMENTS
Reliable Representatives Wanted.
Gbe Jacbcit loan k £ri istCe.
120 West Capitol St., Jack son, Mississippi.
J. K. Cross,
A. L. Piburn,
Pick-up are somewhat scarce
since our lust writing. But
i the company said, tell them all cllinffs d<) happen in and around
to come and we’H furmish the gas Ktbly just the same.
The writer and Mr. Dobbs at-
hJk.fc.Kt KkkUCKM fcT
Mitto Harness and i
To Members of The Farn ier's Inion.
Needs Your Trade. jj
D. S. VIERS,
The manager of the Supply Co. will be aw
for about 10days, and during his absence busi-
ness will be managed by Director D. Moore
who is a very enthasiias'ac union man and will do
everything in reason to please and accommodate
you. Give him a call and see what we arc doing
H. M. GILDEME1STER, Mgr.
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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/m1/3/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.