The Mountain Park Herald (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1910 Page: 1 of 14
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THE MOUNTAIN PARK HERALD
We are tirst. last, and all the time for Mountain Park. “The Gem of the Wichitas."
MOUNTAIN PARK. OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 11. 1S10
IffiTITNO neck HOME
05*11’ AROUND TOWN
Ed Saunders renews an adds
A number from here are at*
tendintr court at Snyder town
W. D. Gage will dispose of his
household goods on the street
Grant Mitchell has been busy
this week with court work at
Maude Me Loud returned home
Sunday after a visit with rela*
tives near Hobart.
“Mound City'Horse Shoe’brand
house paint out paints them aH.
Long-Bell Lumber Company.
Tom Slack got back from Ken-
tucky the first of the week and
-is preparing to locate either at'
this place or Frederick.
If you need furniture of any
kind it will pay you to attend
Stofer’s big clearing sale at Sny-
der, see back page.
Lon Osborne has moved the
house recently bought of Mark
Jk>berta to the lots north of the
Methodist church and will re-
Mrs. E. R. Cunningham is vis-
iting at Acme. Texas. Mr. Cun-
niagham accompanied her as far
as Quanah, returning Sunday.
C. P. Lloyd of Salem, Ore., re-
news his to subscription the Her-
ald. Mr. Lloyd owns a fine otter
farm northwest of town.
A clothing dealer was here
Saturday looking over prospects
for locating here and and will,
if suitable arrangements can be
made lor a star# room.
AH the spices of the orient are
seld under THB ALTON GOODS
label at T. H. White’s, which is
a guarantee of purity, strengh
Henry Neil and family of Chil-
dress, Texas arrived her Sunday
and visited with their parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Neil. On
Monday morning the son started
fur California where he intends
Mias Viola Myers and Gertrude
Hollister and J. W. Jones and
Graver White attended the
“Three Twins” given at the op-
ening of the new opera house at
Hobart Wednesday night
Coffee should have strength,
FOR MORE BUSINESS
Next week we will be in our new quarters
with the best line of merchandise ever op-
ened in Mountain Park. We will be pre-
pared to handle your business.
Come to see us in
Our New -Home
T. H. WHITE
Let Me Explain
My Farm Loan proposition to you if you are
figuring on a loan. It will suit you better.
C. D. Williams
flavor, purity and price. You may
formerly have bought coffee with
one of these qualities but why
not buy THE ALTON GOODS
coffee at T. H. White’s and get
all of them.
The Misses Grace Perkins and
Ethel Davis of Snyder were the
guest of Erma Peters, Saturday
evening and Sunday. On Satur-
day a number of Misa Erma’s
friends met at her home and
passed a pleasant evening. Some
excellant music was rendered by
a number of those present.
Like the proverbial cat, Bill
Gage landed in town Saturday
night. l«ast fall he was caught
in the crude oil burner vortex
and went to Kansas with his
“gold brick,” later engaging in
the contracting business at Cold
Water Where he has several con-
tracts under construction and
will return there next week.
Watch for the Red Flag Store
Land For Rent
50 acres for cotton arifl 10 acres
for feed, 4 miles west and one
mile north of town. P. J. Merurity.
Boost a Little
From ir (Mentions 1910 will be
the most progressive year in the
town’s existence. Many good
things are in store for the town
and with them will come other
and more important things. It is
safe to say that many new brick
buildings will adorn our business
streets and this will necessarily
bring activity in home building.
Every citizen should boost for
his town get his friends and rel-
atives who are looking for a lo-
cation to come here.
Get out and help land that
prospective alfalfa mill, elevator,
furniture store, hardware and
implement store, clothing store
and others that are on tap.
Dont while away your time in
knocking some one who is a detri-
ment to the town. Use the time
in boosting the progressive town
Bell for M. E. Church
The big I el) for the Methodist
church is here and will be put dp
at once. This bell is made of the
best of bell metal and weighs
complete, near 1000 pounds. Un-
der favorable condition the toll
of the bell can be heard overlive
miles away. The bell when in
position will have cost not lesa
$100. The fund for the bell was
raised by the ladies of the Meth-
odist church, the organized class-
es and the Sunday school.
J. W. Carson, proprietor of the
Park Hotel died Monday after an
illness of several weeks. His
j death was caused by a malady of
Mr. Carson has only been a
| citizen of our town a short time
(and leaves a wife and family to
I mourn his death.
Says its a Nuisance
Over at Lone Wolf the citizens
of that town, with the assistance
of the local paper are waging a
fight on the pool halls of that
place. Recently the proprietors
of the pool hall tried to flog the
the editor of the News. Next
week a stringent ordinance was
passed declaring the pool halt a
nuisance. The pool hall, it ap-
pears was a hold-out for boot-
leggers and was conducting the
game of Kelly pool, which is a'
a violation of the law.
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Rhodyback, Vernon L. The Mountain Park Herald (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1910, newspaper, February 11, 1910; Mountain Park, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc853492/m1/1/: accessed May 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.