The Mountain Park Herald (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, September 2, 1910 Page: 3 of 10
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^/.s Me ?<v/>/e\r '"""O'- Sives t,iem ,H
return green-goods and quack rtm
eJies, and makes his exhtt. That s
his banking business. He uses your
mo iey as capital. does busines from
soapbox and moves his stand to tit her
green fields—in a day
The Citizens BANK
Is here to stay in your midst,
tablished institution, working for
the same aim as you—building up a
country. Every transaction goes on
record. Its success depends uqon
pleasing the people that do business
through it. If you like sensible con-
servative methods we can please you.
The Citizens Bank
- ' August 30, 1910. i
TURNIP GREENS I ^.11 parties desiring to bid on I
w R McLaws hanjoist and the work of Transcribing and In-j
notified that the comp«tat»ve|
sealed bids must be filed with jl
the Countv Clerk on or before ,|
12:00 oclock Monday September |
5th. 1910 and ull bids will be op-
er.ed and contract awardedat,
2:00 o’clock p.m. September 5th.
Any information desired will be
furnished by commissioners court |
or County Clerk.
C. E. Bull Chairman.
Socialist Convention ;
The Socialists o f Swanson
stopping over for a days rest
here before going north to till a
profes>ional engagment. Mr.
McLa>vs has traxeled all over the
country in the capacity of come-
dian and bears the proud distinc-
tion of being the author of that
famous song "Good old Turnip
The author wrote the song
twenty years ago at Nacodoches,
Texas where he was filling an ,
engagement at the time, wrote j
the song for his own use and
sang it the first time at that p e aocmnewi « » ---------
place. He never realized that are urgrently requested to meet
the song would be sang all over at Snyder on Wednesday, Sep-
the south. He gave as a reason temb(?r 7th at 10;oo a.m. for the
tor writing the song as follows: | purpoge Qf organizing a Socialist
The lady with whom he was organization for Swanson county,
boarding, had turnip greens for Thp of Swanson county
breakfast, dinner, supper and are Roing to play a prominent
midnight lunch. Every meal the paft -n Swanson’s politics and
dish of turnip greens was there, i every member should be present,
neaped up over a long meat plat- Order 0f Committee,
ter with a large slice of white
sow-bosom in the middle, giving Bootlegger Caught
very much the impression of a; Hammer was caught
grave and tombstone. The con* here Saturday night by Sheriff
tinual sight o f turnip greens j Bra9hears in the the act of mak-
gave him sufficient subject t <> > jng a delivery of cold budweiser.
weave in rhvme the now famous and up0n further search of his
! residence a quantity of bottles on
',alUd-______ ice and some in waiting was
Bids for Transcribing I found. He was placed in the
B‘ ..... 11 Park. Oklahoma, city jail until Monday when he
Your Grain Business
We now have our eleva-
tor completed and now
ready for business and
will pay you the highest
price the market affords
Cexa8*©hlaboma ©tain Co.
F- K. BREWER. Local Manager
Zhc Carter Ibotel
»oait> by tbe Tided* $3.50
per ©ay $1.00
Cora fib. Carter, prop.
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Rhodyback, Vernon L. The Mountain Park Herald (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, September 2, 1910, newspaper, September 2, 1910; Mountain Park, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc853520/m1/3/: accessed December 8, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.