The Mountain Park Herald (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1906 Page: 3 of 13
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C. L. NOEL, Editor and Publisher.
Subscription $i per Year
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Entered as second class matter May
*J9, 190C, at the post office at Mountain
Turk, Oklahoma, uuder the Act of
• •ongreMof March 3, 1*79
Pull for Mountain Park or
The clerical union for the
maintenance and defense of
Catholic principles, a national
organization in the Episcopal
church has decided not to per-
mit ultra liberal utterances of
a few of the “broad church”
President Roosevelt and1 there were hopes of getting
family and a few others have'him immediately killed, any*
gone to Panama at an estimat* j way.
ed cost of a million dollars to “
the government. Of course Opening of the pasture land
this will make no difference to by lhe government has made
the average tax payer who is ** possible for thousands of
working like the dickens for a •American citizens to obtain
doubtful living and keeps homes, but “in the language
“voting her straight.” I of Horace Greely.” ‘it is in-1
■ - deed h—1’ to have to know
W. E. Minshaw, an ln-|tbat l?rar,lc James, the ex-
diana minister, who was con- bancbL outlaw, murderer «u>d
victed in 1895 of wife murder, 's to ^ a c' *ze"
sentenced to prison for life Comanche county. ^Ve think
and paroled in 1905, was tried made a mistak m n ■
last week be ore Governor ’ ,ni bllMr|
Hanley on the charge of “min-
On the 8th we received the
“There has been a startling-
advance in the p ric< < print
paper in the past few days
and all outstanding quotations
are hereby cancelled.”
About one more advance
will make a sheet of paper
equal in value to a 15.0c
William, but it helps the paper
isterial conduct” with the
wife of a prominent citizen,
Secretary nf th** •nt'-rin*-
Hitchcock, it is stated, " i1' re-
ch'rgy to be made unK u ]ifr.
Independent of thought
and action has alwat s Seen the
bane of the Catholic clergy,
witli the Protestant element a
close second. Follow ycur
pope, archbishop and priest,.
or your high priest, bishops, j
elders and so on down the j
line, and “vote Vr straight" or
thoy will make you keep yoi r
and remande^-to prison for sign on March 4th next.
three entire companies of
nigger soldiers now located at
Ft. Reno, are to be “dis-
honorably" discharged, say-
the press reports. Anybody
any better than the black
devils, themselves, would nev-
er authorize the national uni-
form to go ntv-t* one of the
black, la?- greasy, thieving,
licentious a? :ag cusses unless
Thank all the gods at once!
He will be succeeded by James
R. Garfield, of Ohio, present
commissioner of corporations.
Those republican officials
seem to succeed themselves in
line of promotion pretty nicely
but w-hoever it may be, his
successor will never be so able
to say “stand and deliver”,
and reap the rich harvest
which now makes Mr. Hitch-
cock’s retirement probable.
Mountain Park has two of
the best auctioneers in the
new state, * >ra Bramblett and
Bert G. Walters. Both are
experts in the line of “crying,*
both are nice, amiable gentle-
men, Mr. Bramblett being a
farmer, while Mr, Walters has
been a earner on a rural route
for some time, though he re-
signed a short time since tc
devote his entire attention tc
L. P. LORRANCE
REAL ESTATE AND
■ -----1 Citizens Rank of
) Mountain Park.
MOUNTAIN PARK. OKLAHOMA.
for Your Money
At this .itorc for two r* asons: Fir^t, wo soil cheaper in Dollars and Cents. Second, we give better values in
our merchandise. Everything we sell must stand every test. We sell Courtney’s Full Vamp
Shoes because they are so much better than ordinary shoes. The reason is, they have the leather double at
the toes, which makes them keep their shape better, gives extra strengih at a very vital point, makes the shoe
warmer and helps to keep out the wet. All the other shoes that we know of have had the leather cut out from
under th^* tips and the tips pieced on,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS and FURNISHINGS
This is th' best store because our selections are made w’tth a view of handling nothing which w ill not make
friends >r the store. \v* **'>uld much rather have )<>ur permanent trade and good will than to taVo advantage
of >'<*u in one trail* >. : . I j -1 -.s, it is a pleasure to do business on the square and we are no. 1joking for
trout i'\ Our styles are right and so are our prices.
.. . GROCERIES AND SUPPLIES . ..
Let us furnish your table and we know you will count us among your friends. It isan intimate relation you have
with your grocer and a great deal depends upon his judgement and honesty w-hen it comes to the health and
happiness of your family. Brices are never one cent higher than they have to be and in many cases not nearly
what they ought to be to insure a living profit. Try us.
A Fine and Complete Line Buggies, Wagons and Harness Always on Hand at Lowest Prices.
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Noel, C. L. The Mountain Park Herald (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1906, newspaper, November 15, 1906; Mountain Park, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc853707/m1/3/: accessed August 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.