The Mountain Park Herald (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, June 2, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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THE WORK ON THE WATERWORKS WILL BEGIN IN A FEW DAYS. THE BIDS ARE TO BE OPENED TODAY AND CONTRACT LET
The Mountain Park Herald
flDouiuam Park, Swanaon Count?, fflttabcmn. friva?, June 2.1011
PRAISE Ft*. COFFEY
Judge Elagin was over from
Mangum Saturday on business.
W. O. Watt ww visiting with
hit uncle near Cold Spring*
Roy Trader has a position as | taught and
mail clerk and left Monday to
Mai*t Sargent came over from
Indiahoma Thursday and visited
R. H. Jones was over to Okla-
homa City several days last
week, returning Wednesday.
Don’t forget to see "The Fence
on the Bar Z” at the Crystal Air
Dome Saturday night. This is a
thrilling western scene.
J. P. Porter from Manitou
route 4 was in this week and had j accepted the
the Herald sent to his address, j the Mountain Park
La*: Friday rounded out the
third term of Processor *G. A. '
Coffey's eminently successful i ■•HRROFwH
charge of the schools of Lonei, „ .. _ . .
... " ... . , c hor»»» itt-or Msnitou some-time in k\.\
Wolf. In the three >eai s he 1,4*,. caught in Ark*n»** • i
has had the
senator, one who doea not ♦'inch ouds and wilted leaves. Beauti- <
from duty, nor is he tair t*d win.
demagoguery. - Sentinel L aie
ful crimson blushing U-auties.
«..ghing their gladness in color.
LEANS SKIN FATS
In a tigarMis and Aensailenal
iit«< (lie Leans arc all
chief j bruuht back, plead guilty Is-fore- .ludgi
'in • t wie n.ii»t M-n»ational s'sni.-*
*>.<■ puiitd nf her, Tutwluv that »v
r. h\t '.ad this M>asun. Tr« tat men o
; ,h rlst the leli • r ... Tht- game
«i.i . ai.eti pri'niptly at •'< o'clock ami
s, t. ■ ..litil aeven. The score- wss tieel
. : : .n the 14 nr i.g. when the
eei> g..t l u»j ami ion in '££ se-ore-s,
which n.ailt the event 'Jl-1 tei It.
>e.’t.t of the feature- i f the game
His management was conduct-!«! *!•>«; »*djoj J.uop jnq aui .ihJwvr
ed with tact, kindness and firm- -p««J uo od pu« ^asq J»ued eqj i,,.,.. w.tt pioaing up the
ness, when the accasion demand- UJru japsoj apuoJl .wo\ uiaip o.amond aits OiouuWr Mile ami knee-,
ed firmness. 'SUBO| U1JBJ pood -UlUs JlUl fc. Edrrundxon got one of White * bad
control of things educational our j Matthe w* here Tkuraday ami w»,
schools have made wonderful 10 • ^ in penitentiary,
advancement. He has been an M ** “ * **>' ' ‘7,
t-un>|’t)vr in thr an utr Maps-and «?hl*
inspiration a* v*eU an fcn it© thr court that »u>u- the
fatigable worker. He seemingly, the ho|»e* of diapoamg of tb. m an
without effort, commundated to ing we*t for hu health,
his assistant teachers and his
pupils, young and old. quiet Don't Read This Women
enthusiasm and untiring energy, t 'dpiwB apji] s qj
The eonouncement that he ho j -1iuJ o. A«U VWH *«* »«•
superintendecy of^uog * W»M '3 *V *** * '«P ,„r lh, >o.y over..”
•.nit,” in the elate. Frank tlreear got
schools will j »HI uj vjjadoud Xju> aug»s
County Weigher Arnold has I be read by most of our readers “! u!«&nsq. jBaj 1 tue.w no\ ;j
completed his scale house and
baa insulted the county scales.
R. E. Bullock the insurance
man, has moved his family here
from Hobart and will make this
Rev. J. H. Cook was up to Ho-
kart Thursday, to meet with the
the county board of the Baptist
Mias Alice Moffat of Fort Worth,
daughter of A* Moffat is here
a) stiffing a few dgy> with her
When you borrow money from
A. C. Watt 4 Sons you pay 8
per cent and no more. No com-
mission. Get that!
J. W. Jones came down from
Cold Springs Wednesday. Ha is
♦wtsanwl the bane Star Wieh-
ita Mining Company .
Miss Witte Neil returned heme
from Headrick this week. Her
sister, Mrs. Jake Roe and hus-
band came over to visit s few
•'Mother Darky” P-obert*on
was up from Emerson visiting
with friends this week, also
stopped in and visited the Herald
Grant Mitchell is getting out
a map of Swanson county. Each
town will be platted on a large
scale and the owner of all prop-
arty appear on the map.
“The Village Inventor” will
please you at the Crystal Satur-
J. R. McAnn who formerly
lived west of Roosevelt but now
lives st Clinton, Texas sends for
the Herald a year, also best
wishes to his friends.
J. F. Duke from west of Roose-
velt was in last week and reneW-
«d Ms subscription. He states
that cotton is exceptionally fine
in his neighborhood.
The barber shops will dose af-
ter this week on week days at1
eight p. m. except on Saturday
nights. Patrons will please ad-|
just themselves according.
Clarence Albright, of near
Gotebo, nephew of Jake Albright
proprietor of the Swanson Hotel,
was visiting his sister and Mr.
Albrights family here this week.
Ora Dramblett. our famous
auctioneer, left the first of the
week for Kiamachi, over in the
eastern part of the state where
he will cry the big lot sale for
with regret It will be hard to
And a man to fill his place here.
The people of Mountain Park are
to be congratulated upon securing
hie services. He is not only a
fine teacher, but a most useful
citisen when it comes to take
part in promoting those enter-
prises and measures that make
for the progress and prosperity
of the community in which he
lives.-News, Lons Wolf.
So Mountain Park will be tfm
target for Snyder once more as
she has taken on a new beverage
-Coffey. It is Senator Coffey,
however, and he will make good
over t)>ere as superintendent of
the schools. He has made a good
Rain, rain, blessed rain. Sun-
day night a little, Monday mom
Thr following «M litir up:
N» 1 nr WM seriously hurt but if you
took n closet look thr next Uu> you would
htv, »rrn obout twrtily difTrrrnt mrn
,-rrrpin* kround to if thry w. rr walking
Tb!k w n ■ n very hotly contested
ffMH. The batteries for the fats wet*
_______^______ E d Sounder*, Jim Thrasher. Kagin.
Is( , whole h*."it ninid. bn H"'> -1-
everybody ay. it rmioed. AllfsTT.'"* wh'''
over the west, ffom Chicago to
Amarillo, from Wisconsin to Tex-
as. Rain, blessed fain, came in
time. At Chicago and elsewMre
heat was oppressive, but in a f*w j
hours it dropped froom 94 to t5.
Cool and refreshing. Oh! so
good and people so glad. Colne
refreshing showers and all Mis
world is glad. f
Before the rain stopped we
saw beautiful blooming flowers
where had been only hanging
R. L. Rickerd
J. Will Junes
Enoch More had
A. R. Car ley
W. O. Watt
For nice square meals for 26
cents try the Carter House.
FOR ONLY FIRST-
Orpnsits Wrrr a* jTulLima:
Use. 17. SI4.Sft7.7v
January I. B.MI.I72.MI
February I. $30,467.02
March I, $30,833.45
April I, $35,817.27
April 19. Caah&Sight*xchange $27.210.61
T. H. WHITE, President.
J. L. BARNES, Vice-President
A. V. BRITTON, Cashier.
C. C. TRADER, Assistant Cashier.
A. M. Trader. Virginia F. Trader,
A. V. Britton. T. H. White.
C. C. Trader, J. L
ILL BOLLOCK, MOUNTAIN PARK
He is there with the good. He has not been
turned down with a loan in the past 3 years.
He has succeeded in getting loans where oth-
ers have failed. If you have a loan upon your
plac* and wish to take it up and get more
money let him know.
R. L. BULLOCK, MOUNTAIN PARK
On First Monday we will give on our
entire line of ahoes and oxfords about
2,000 pairs, a discount of
10 per ct.
See our snappy line of Mens and Boys
trousers. Sals day we will give a dis-
count on the entire line of
10 Per ct.
Mens and Boys Hats
We have . ust received the most com-
plete line of Men s and Boy’s hats ever
brought to Mountain Park and will give
a special 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT on
the entire line, on this big day. Don't
fail to see this line. *
Ws have other specials to offer but
haven’t room to mention them on this
sheet but will be pleased to show you on
this big dsy.
Beautiful Line of Umbrellas
We will give 10 per cent discount on our entire
line of ladies and gentlemen* umbrellas on the
Big Sale Day.
If you doubt it, come let ua
demonstrate that it does. For
money on farm loans we are un-
limited. We write insurance in
the old reliable St Paul. Some
companies might be as good, but
none better. For realeatate and
city property see us. We will
save you money. The old re-
liable firm, Roark and Greear.
A Few hot ones picked from our fresh and complete
Bucket coffee, 85c 3 cans apples for
20 lbs navy beans $1.00 3 cans krout for
25 lbs of japan rice $1.00 3 cans hominy for
3 cant peaches for 25c
T. H. White
WALL PAPER, PICTURE FRAMES
On First Monday I will sell:
Four $3.00 bed springs tor
Four S3.25 bed springs for iaf
Four s;.oo mattresses tor the day ".To
Eighty yards 20c matting per yard ioC
Twenty-five per cent ])I^sC ’Of ',\T on
all picture frame orders left that day.
One H00S1ER kitchen cabinet giv-
en away FREE
W. R. PROVINE
Mountain Hark, Oklahoma
; The building formerly occupied
by the county court. Inquire at
the Herald office.
Ice Cream Served
Remember the Ladies of the
Baptist Church will serve lee
cream and cake on First Monday,
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Bryan, J. E. The Mountain Park Herald (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, June 2, 1911, newspaper, June 2, 1911; Mountain Park, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc853302/m1/1/: accessed October 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.