The Mountain Park Herald (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1910 Page: 3 of 14
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Economy te tbc Source of TlXHealtb
You arc Ecouomizinf when you pay cash for your GROCERIES because the merchant
it sure of his money and His Profits are sure, consequently HE can SELL for LESS pro-
fits. Remember we always carry a fresh stock of
Staple and Fancy Groceries. Yours for Business,
=.l. E. DENISONg ~
Hock Dale Items
Dorothy Nanney of Oreana is
at hsr fathers this week sick of
We had a suprice party at Mr.
Ellis's Saturday night to cele-
brate his fifty-second anniversa-
ry. There was a large crowd
present and everyone had an en-
Charlie Good is building s nice
residence, which, he and Myrtle
will soon make their home.
Mart 8argent will farm a part
of a R. Miller's place this yaar.
J. H. Good wsat to Snyder
Monday far the first time since
Messrs Hammock and Whit*
ten who had rented land of C. B.
Miller have moved back to Greer
Messrs Bony, Lucas, and Nan-
nay spent first Monday at Sny-
Prof. Ellis seemed to be enjoy-
ing himself very much Sunday.
Ben Hutchinson took dinner at
Mrs. Crackers Sunday.
Mrs. 0. L. Knox has returned
from s visit with her mother.
One of Prof. Ellis's children is
laid up with a cold this week.
The farmers about Rock Dale
are busy sowing oats.
Fred Siegfried and wife spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Griggs.
Dorse Creek Dalle?
J. H. Chism and family from
over west of town was visiting
with J. W. Browers and wife
Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Anna Freeman has been
dangerously sick for the past
two weeks but is improving at
Ed Me Clure has rented a farm
Houth of Snyder and has moved
his family there.
Tom Wadkins is replacing his
house that was recently destroy-
ed by fire with a concrete one as
he says he wants something that
W. F. OREEAR
1 am opening a clean, new, up-to- date
stock of Groceries and will appreciate the
patronage of all my old customers and
new ones, believing I can make it to your
advantage to buy from me becaui
We will BUY and SELL for cash
cheaper than you can get grocer-
FLOUR AND FEED
Give us a tfrial
W. A. Meaaick is building a
concrete cellar. I guess he be-
lieves there will be some storms
C. C. Chism has been trapping
for skunks and wolves. The oth-
er night seme kind of an animal
got in his trap that was strung
enough to break a double-spring
trap—must have been a bear.
Ethom Meaaick has started
house keeping on one of Joseph
Seville’s farms. Ethom says he
is going to live on love this yaar.
I guess he ean as he is a newly
Mrs. Cloyd has movsd to Mm
Hssel farm and wa feel sassy for
Rob Sink as he has mueh farther
to go to see his intended Miss
Effie.or nt least some think it so.
The Atterberry brothers have
returned from Missouri where
they have been for the nest year
■pr so. They esy Oklahoma is
good enough for them.
Girls are getting searee in this
part of the country as we seen
three boys driving in one buggy
Sunday, We couldn’t help hut
feel sorry for thorn.
Anns Lauen and Millie Seville
were visiting with Mrs. Walter
Browers last Sunday.
essss 11 see mc m scsisssssoc mmssssssssmusssmmscs
I have over a thousand new sample**
of Wall Paper for your inspection.
All new spring patterns. 1 hang
paper and guarantee my work, See,
S. A. Buchanan
Old papers ean be had at the
printing office at 10c. per hundred
J-> or «-
A DELICIOUS CUP F(
+ 40C A CAN AT ALb *
+ GOOD COFFEE SHOPS +
IMPORTERS «a ROASTERS,
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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/m1/3/: accessed May 24, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.