The Mountain Park Lance. (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 5, 1905 Page: 4 of 6
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the mt. park lance
W. H. Gibbs & Co
A lull Line of Shelf Hardware (Tarried in Stork
Will furnish Implements, Vehicles and W ire on short notice.
Moun ain Hark. . . . Oklahoma
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Til U USD AY JAN. ft 1005.
Sttbftcribc for the Lance
Come to Mountain Park.
The Lance gives the local news.
Subscribe for the Lance.
Winter is upon us at last.
Pay your subs* ription to the Lance
Wood taken on subscription at the
Coal at the Farmers and Merchants
Mountain Park is a gnod place to
Chattel Mortgages and notes for sale
at the Lance Office.
If yon are looking for a healthy lo-
cation, come to Moumtain Park.
We take subscriptions for the Sun
day Nr. Louis Post Dispatch, take it
Buy your goods of those who ad
When do you expect to pay your
Trade with the merchants that ad
vertise in the Lance, they deserve
If you know any news call in m*
tell us. how do yoa espect us to p in
the news unless we hear of the ha|
I«oat: - A hunch of keys between
Otter creek and Mountain P.irk.findci
please return to John MrE'fim anC
oblige. tf i a t
A new iiiioing District Was nigut:
feed here Tuesday niglu pnr.iuut t<
the action of the Otter Cnek Mini* g
District. The new di/t-ia is known
as the Mountain Path Mining District
The following officers were elected.
C. H. Haller, President;
J. S. lire wet, Vice Pie i lent;
(•rant Mitcliel, Secretary;
F. K. Brewer, TreasnrerjJ
M. R Dungan, Recorder;
Messrs. W II Ci'dMt, Nc;*l an*
B.*nnet . The next meciing «% ill be
the last Satuiday in January.
27 yw/otekM has aaalM m to Mag
A a HANDSOME SYMMETRICAL a^d
gads mat _______
WHITE which will appeal to careful buyers.
Al Drop Heads have Automatic Lift and bwui-
BfulSwel Front. Golden Oak Woodwork.
______Vibrator and Rotary
•w nccANT n. r. estnuacs otr mu. pakticulahs
fusnski duly counWr
Beware «f buytaf a
r altered flato auuwctw
WHITE SEW INC MACHINE CO.
The feature* of the IV<-ember Nm *Itr
SS» c i* und iUbtcd-y the uovuli-ll. “tl.*.
»0"ii*l! «n<t IIi» Daughter," a story *»f
\Y;»inglon l-te. by » new anti or,
Tii.xi'i»l U.< v.*. rttttht- itte'.eoiiv niter*
•nice lit - the tie.<t of ti-:i i.m j* liUc'v
to t*e tlie *c- a itii.ii ot ttie **-Hr> >n.
lotalv unknown, th » writer'* tir-*t
tu»nu*cr:pt nu not only accepted uu
•ignt by one of the nuu-l eonrern*irw
pabiiahiug iiuuM-e in Auier e;», t-tit
t»vo new bo >k» *t*r*- -verc c>>ntrac c*l
for to form a m-i i«** nf tlu w. ail on t tie
national politic-. and mk-.oiv ccntei iii^
at \Y ashington Mcunw hilr Thk
Smart ski hb* kcvurrd the gist wui\<
to be published under the name of
Koscroft Daria—a story of a remark'
able man and a remarkable ivomuu in
the interesting netting of life at the
uationa capital, which the author has
yet known so intimately and viti
The appeal aikc of il.U story
llie December Delineator, with it.*
message of good cheer and helpful tics*
will be welcome In every home. The
fashion pave* are it uu-uaUy attractive
Illustrating nnd describing the *ver
latest modes in a way to make the
construction during the busy festiv
season a pleasure instead of a la-.’*
and the literary and pictorial feature
are of rair excellence.
J. T. HAMILTON. M.D.
OwiU promptly answered
d.»y or night. Office over
Red Cross Drng Store ....
Wj$r&Taxm the liver is
W ’ .*!»,cttd P*opl® suffer
V with constipation, biliousne—,
I headaches and fevers. Colds attack
| th© lungs And contagious disenses
take hold of the system. It is safe
to my th't if tho liver were always
kept in propar working order,
illness w-uld be almost unknown.
Thod ford’s Black-Draught is so
successful in curing such sickness
because t is without a rival aa a
liver regulator. This groat family
medicine ts not a strong and
drastic drug, hut a mild mad
healthful laxative that cure* con-
•ti pat ion and may ho taken by a
mere child wiUnxit pomibio
The healthful action on (he liver
cures biliousness. It hiw an in-
ORA BRAMBLETT, ^
Will cry your Sales, come and see me 1 *
Reaideice N-W..g.-S~3a..|6, R. F. D. 3. Mt. Park, Okla..
W F. Molise, Proprietor.
”---—- - --------—• **'*o sa-sa iir
vigorattna effect on the kidneys.
1 Bccaur© no liver And kidneys do
not work regularly. Uto poisonous
1 acids along with the waste from
the bowels get back into the blood
and viral mt contagion results.
Timely treatment with Thed*
ford’s DIack-Draught removes the
dangers which lurk in constipation,
liver and kidney troubles, and will
poaitively forestall the inroads of
| Bright a disease, for which dis-
ease in ad vane*;. I stages there is
no cure. Ask your dealer for a
, 25c- podragn of Tbedfurd's Black* 1
• «*ws» sVsMNM
Mrs Sophi Craig relumed 10 *ht
(!ity la»t Sundav. where she is
ed lit «,»e of the hugest millvtury e
tahlislimmt* of the city.
j Hauling done to all
parts of the city at rea-
Ira Hooks Prop,
Has on hand a complete line of
Wines, Liquors amf Cigars.
Pure Whiskeys for medical use a specialty.
Corner of Main and Brf ad way.
Mountain Park. - - - Oklahoma.
The Roberts Drue u
Keeps a full line of Drugs, Drugists Sun- !
dries, Toilet Article, Patent Medicines,
Paint, Oil, Glass, Candy, Cigars and
everything to be found in a
Dr. E. E. Roberts, Proprietor.
The A It is and Chickasha Telephone
Office in Connection.
North Broadway, Mountain Park, Okla..
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Everton, H. G. The Mountain Park Lance. (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 5, 1905, newspaper, January 5, 1905; Mountain Park, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc853598/m1/4/: accessed November 24, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.