The Mountain Park Herald (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, October 1, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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THE MOUNTAIN PARK HERALD
We are first, last and all the time for Mountain Park. “The Gem of the Wichitas.”
MOUNTAIN PARK. OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY
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Don't delay, begin today,using
THE ALTON GOODS.
8oz duck the best grade 10c
yard. Red Flag Store.
Lilian Trader returned from
a visit in Missouri Thursday.
Mrs. Rossie Britton is visiting
with A. V. Britton thiR week.
Just received a car of cement
at the Mt. Park Concrete Works.
Robert Jones arrived in town
Thursday morning from Oklaho-
Ora Bramblett went to Hobart
Thuraday to help cry a sale east
of the town.
See the wretched low price we
sell boys suits at Red Flag Store.
H. L. Thorp and family have
moved out on Clarence Rice’s
farm north of town.
Stella Brashears returned home
Tuesday night after a several
weeks visit at t heynne.
Chester and Nellie Hutchinson J
are visiting with their aunt Mr.*.
Jim Mannen north of town.
Special values in line dress
goods at Red Flag Store.
Roy Tracer returned from Ok-
lahoma City last Friday where
he has been taking a civil service
There are a lot of peas packed
that are worthless. Get ours and
you will be satisfied with THE
Mrs. EL E. Morehead left
Wednesday for Oklahoma City
where she will visit with her
mother and enjoy the state fair.
Try our "Buffalo Calf” shoes
then you will have no other, our
prices are right. Red Flag Store.
A. M. Trader and wife arrived
home last week from Pennsyl-
vania, accompanied by a brother
of Mrs. Trader’s, Mr. Pound-
Henry Hook, son of "Daddy”
Hook arrived from Nome, Alas-
ka Saturday. He left September
2nd and spent a week at the Se-
attle fair before coming here.
Prof. W. M. Lodge, former
principal of the schools at this
place came in Tuesday night and
spent a short time with friends.
If a boy is ambitious to become
a great man, keep him well nour-
ished with good food. Ours ia
good, THE ALTON GOODS.
Wait a Minute!
The American Federation of
J labor and Socialists will have a
i big picnic at Alfus, October 4tl
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What's the use
of you making:
money if you
You CAN save
money by trad
ing with us, we1
will give you a
In shape to save you
money on Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Mats,
Clothing and Groceries.
T. H. WHITE
Mountain Park, Oklahoma
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f to 7th.
Blair’s big county fair is beiny
extensively advertised for the
bth and 9th.
The Western Oklahoma gin at
Roosevelt burned Wednesday of
last week. It was supposed to be
the work of the incendiary.
Clint Worral, former editor of
the Cbief at Hobart has purchas-
ed a half interest in the Kiowa
County News at Lone Wolf and
will assume the duties as editor.
The Hobart Daily Republican
says: "For some time, since the
consolidation of the Democrat
| and Weekly Chief, that paper
; has been w aging a fight on Gov-
j ernor Haskell, and in order to
keep in touch with his constitu-
ents and give the governor a rep-
resentative paper in this county,
the move will be made.
Talmage Cox came in from Till- R.,v. Oiliver delivered his last
man county Monday and stopped serm >n of the conference year
with Kos Meek, leaving Wedr.es just closed Sunday and it is not
day for his home at Mobeetie, known at present who will be on
Te*8*- this charge until the conference
Tom Connor of Hobart came meets at Anadarko soon. Mr.Oliv-
in town early Monday morning er is a good minister and liked by
driving an auto and Btopped to all and many will be glad to aee
get a hat in place of the one he him back on tbia charge.
had lost on the road. „, . . , ..
W e are in receipt of the State
We are making a pr,eeof$1.48 ^ compliments of Leo Mey-
i mum Inni a j snAi — - — — « m
on our ladies fine vici shoes, if
er, giving all of the county offi-
you want a cheap nice shoe see cials of each county in the state
this one-come look at our B&° be8ide8 other valuable informa-
line. Red Flag Store. tion. Anyone desiring such in-
Our peas are grown where they formation can get same by call-
know where to grow them. They ing at Herald office.
are packed by people who know _ _____
how to pack them. Try a can and „
you will be convinced that they /named
are The best, THE
Are you of Them?
There vet remains some who
have neglected paying up their
su bscip tion in response to the
account sent them a short time
ago. Please do not neglect this
longer if you wish to take advant-
age of the proposition. So come
in or send in your money, you’ll
feel better when this is off your
Our Growing List.
J. Bauman was in Saturday
and subscribed for the Herald
and Weekly Oklahoman.
G. W. Medlock of Grandfield
sends in his subscription to the
W. D. Neil was in and sent his
subscription up six months this
Jerry Baptist and Miss Car :
Adams were married about t. ,
months ago and the affair has
been kept a secret until a short
time ago when friends of the
couple discovered how nicely they
had been kept in the dark they
ALTON William Lodge and Miss May- i promptly organized a charivari
.me Knowlton were married on
W. M. Gentry living west of Wednesday. This young "couple back a few nights3^ later
town has forty acres of cotton is favorable known here having and all enjoyed a sumptious sup
that will make fifteen bales. He both taught in the public schools per.
has sold 3 bales for $210.20 or I here two years ago. Mr Lodge is
$70.07 per bale or at the same' located in Kansas and after vis-: Lost
rate his crop on the 40 acres will j iting a few days here the couple' Lady's coat near Mt. Park, the
bring him $1062. This isn’t so will leave for that state.—May finder please leave at the Her-
bad considering the dry year. peace and happiness be theirs. aid office.
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Rhodyback, Vernon L. The Mountain Park Herald (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, October 1, 1909, newspaper, October 1, 1909; Mountain Park, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc853508/m1/1/: accessed November 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.