The Mountain Park Herald (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, July 19, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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District Judge—J E. Tolbert.
State Senators—R. A. Billups »nd
J. J. Williams
Representatives—J- T. Armstrong
and J. V. Faulkner.
1‘robate Judge—John W. Mansell
County Attorney—H. L. Standeven
District Clerk--John A. Harris.
Sheriff—John W. Parham
Register of Deeda-B. L. Karnes .
Clerk Chavs. Fawkes.
Superintendent—Miss A. E. Lane
Commissioner, third district H. 1 •
We aie badly in need of rain.
A large crowd of friends and neigh-
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Veto TRtver Items
Miss Ethel Foster spent Sunday w ith
Misses Jennie and Mary Smith
Mac Davis’s brother Lon is here
from Texas on a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Snow were visit-
iog at the home of his parents. Sat-
urday night and Sunday.
Mrs Hlack Sowell has returned to
her home in Oklahoma ( ity.
Miss Ethel Sandford left Saturday
for Hobart to attend the normal.
Wm. Brewer and family and Dan
Giles and family were on Red river
fishing all day Saturday. They re-
port a fine time, but not many fish.
The ice cream supper at Mrs. G
A laige crowd of trienas anu ucigu inc ice cream
hors gathered at the home of Mr. and j VV- Smith’s Saturday night was well
i i____f-venincr. it anH even one had all the
Mrs. Nickleson Tuesday evening, it
being Mis. Nickleson’s birthday. A
very pleasant evening was spent. Ice
pream and cake was served, after
which all returned home wishing Mrs.
Nickleson many happy returns of the
There will be Catholic services at
attended and everyone had all the
cream they could eat and a fine time.
Max Dean is loo slow. He let the
weeds take his cotton and now he has
let another fellow take his gu).
A large crowd was at 'he home of
Mr. Dean Sunday evening Ice
There .ill he Carbolic aetvicei >>1^^ served and a„ had a jolly
Mr. Haley's residence in Snyder oo ^ ^ h>p|(> CIOwd lhen
23, at nine
good time ;i he happy crowd then
drove to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
L Snow, where they remained till
i late hour singing beautiful songs.
Sunday school has been organized
at west Park. Everybody is invitee
Tuesday morning, July
Clarence Rice has gone to
Springs for his health
Mr. and Mrs Duiker spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. E. Carson ^ .......
Utile Hazel Donkin .as surprised ” ^ R«ce! He had
by a pari, ol lidle friend* on her birth- ....... .Wir* mum for
At this sale we offer:
70 bolts assorted Embroidery-all widths
We can spare thisand have a food^ment left At
a'savln^ from *20^0 50 per8cent Punder all competition.
200 doz. all widths, all kinds of Lace
33 bolts silk mixed Ribbons, Nos. 5 to 9
at 2 yds for a nickle. Less than 1-2 the price of any
store in the county,
A lot of mujl, madras, etc.. 40c to 60c, worth $1.00
A lot of Satine Skirts, 50c and 65c, worth 75c to $1.00
A lot of Corsets from 15c to 40c. 1-2 price others will
. K- of other jraods—Hats. Shoes, Glassware, Dish-
* ee, odds and*ends in every line at from one-half to two-thirds
5 their actual regular value.
? Cwld«; and ends in Hats, Shoes, Skirts, Clothing, etc.,
° at from one-half to two-thirds actual value if bought any-
Lawns 4c, 6 l-4c, and 8 l-3c for 8c, 10c and 12c goods.
A lot of nice Dishes and Glassware at about two-thirds
their regular price.
E. Gulker captured a laige mink
one day last week after it had kept
two dogs at bay for an hour. Mis.
Gulker held a cotton sack while Mr.
Ciulker ran the mink into it wnh a
W. W. Conley and sister Mayme
spent Sunday evening at Mr. Haley’s
Stanley Roark says that. by going
half a mile east, then south, the road
to Mi. Park is much better than the
way he used to go How about it,
Mr and Mrs. Busey spent Sunday
at H. L. Thorp’s.
George Wagner and sister, Pearl,
of Independence attended the surprise
party at Nicklesor.’s Tuesday evening.
There was a large crowd out Sun-
Quite a number from here have
been attending the Christian meeting
at the Baptist schoolhouse.
Will Dickson of Mt. Park spent
Sunday with his patents.
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs.
Coy. May you live long and happy i*
the wish of your many friends in this
five putty gills chopping cotton for
him last week. He says he is going
to always hiie girls, for he gets to talk
to them aid his cotton is chopped
cleaner than anybody's. He thinks
the gids chop better than the boys.
Johnnie McDonald and \\ allice
Denham left Tuesday for Kansas.
Box Cab Bill
Tn no part of the world do figs at-
tain greater perfection of size and
flavor than at the oasis of l ultn
Springs in the Colorado deserf of
southern California, says a writer in
Travel Magazine. They ripen earlier
than elsewhere, and the hundreds of
boxes of this fruit sent out annually
by whites and Indians are eagerly
sought at fancy prices.
Persian and Egyptian dates au
grown here, where the el mate is al-
most a duplicate of tluit in their
natural habitat. Oranges, lemons,
peaches, plums, grapes, melons, veg-
etables and profusions of beautiful
flowers grow luxuriantly. A grace-
ful desert willow circles velvet
meadows where scores of cattlf
Everybody reads the local ad-
vertisements in the Herald.
It all the people who read this ad could fully realize how
much cheaplrPthePse goods are here than they have been
paying they would
Rush for the Red Flag Store
this sale is now ‘ on and will last till August 1.
THE RED FLAG STORE
The Herald Does Neat Job Printing
In order to give our customers the benefit of “Lowest Con-
.i J.nt PHce. ’’ we have adopted the cash system and will strictly ad.
h»r IQ i. cheaper ,)„n credit anywhere. Same here.
3 lb can ex qual Beet Pickles roc
i lb can Mochoa java Coffee a$c
7 cans Eagle Lye for *5C
4 lbs Cow brand soda for sje |
Best Pickets per gallon 40c
3 cans standard Sugar Corn . *jc
BENNETT & SON, U-T°’D*t*
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Coy, Charles L. The Mountain Park Herald (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, July 19, 1907, newspaper, July 19, 1907; Mountain Park, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc853659/m1/3/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.