The Mountain Park Lance. (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 9, 1905 Page: 3 of 12
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| LOCAL NEWS. |
Come to Mountain Park.
Subscribe for the Lance.
Watson Bros, handle the celebrated
Empire Cream Separator, in 3 sixes.
-Reward—:A liberal re-
ward will ce given for the re
turn of my white Bull-Dog.
R. H. Jones,- c»tizegs Bank.
Those having mineral claims in
Mountain Park Mi ing District can
have the same recorded* by M. R.
Dugan District Recorder. Office with
the Mountain Park Lance
The Home Mission Society
of the M E church south will
hold an old fashioned spelling
bee at the school house every
Friday night until further
notice; Every one is invited,
Admitance 5 cents.
By Order of Committed-
.. .Tinware very cheap till we move,
The Red^Flafi: Store’.
W. "H. H. H u r s h was a
Snyder visitor Monday.
Our 4 and 5 cent Calicoes" are ex-
celent at the “Red Flag Saore”.
Judge J. M. Hayes went to
Hobart Monday on legal busi-
We are overloaded with school tab-
ets we’M sell cheap, ‘Red Flag Store'
1 A. I; Me A 1 i s t e r was in
Oklahoma City Monday trans
Chatle Mrr,gages and notes for sale
at the Lance Office.
Mrs. H. E. Webb .was
among the shopers in town
the first of the week.
Miners Location Blanksdor sale'at
the Lance office. ’
Mr. and Mrs. S. h. McCrorey
left last night for San Antonia
Texas, where they expect to
spend the winter.
Frank Stineman has been
having very poor health for
the past month or so, and is
contemplating a trip tx> the
soutlr for the winter.
Paul Wey made the Lance
a pleasant call last Friday, call
again Paul, you are always
T. H. Jones went to Ver
non last Saturday night to
transact business, returning
J. L. Stricland made the
Lance a pleasant call yester-
A Territorial Charter was
granted Monday to the
Mountain Park Lumber and
Supply Company with a capi-
tal stock $7,500,00. W. B.,
C. A., and S. M. Sparks are
3oe 3obneon, prop,.
Board by day or
; week. Good meals at
! Retes - - $1,00 per day.
‘n him m i *♦♦«»!»»>*••♦
J. M. Hayes,
attorney at law’
Call at Lance Office
■ Mountain Park, Au.aiioma. . 1
■ 11 »♦♦♦♦! till »'♦♦♦
This space will be used next
week by .A. I. McAlister to
announce more money saving
bargains. He lias *them ‘to
offer you, watch for the ad
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J Hauling done to all parts of the
City at reasonable rates.
' Ira Hook, Proprietor.
The New York World.
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READ WHEREVER THE ENGLISH'LANGUAGE
Kor the autumn Keaton now at ham!
lie most valuable paper to you will be
the Sew York Thriee-a-Week World,
ueenuse it offers you more at the price
than any other paper published any-
where iu the world
This is u< time of great events. We
are having stirring times boatli at
home and abroad. The Thrice-a-Week
World comes to you every other day.
except Sunday, with all the news,
fully, accurately and promptly told.
The Thrice-a-yi-oek World is fair in
its political reports. Yon can get.the
truth*from its columns, wheatoher you
are Republican orDeraocrat, and that
is what you want.
The Thrice a-Weeek World always has
a serial story running, and it is always
a llrst-classstory by a first-class auth-
or. The Tiirice-a*Week World pub-
lishes better fiction than any ot.ier
newspaper in the United States.
Special attention is also given to
markets, and there are many other
The regular subscription to Tiik
Thrice-a Week World is only fil.i'U
per year, (ISO papers). He offer this
uhequled newspaper and
Thf. Mountain Park Lance
together one year for $1,75
The .regular suhreription price of
the two papers is $2.00.
Subscribe at the Lance Office
Will sell ROUND-TRIP Hrme-Visitors Tickets from points in Oklaho-
ma and Indian Territory to the following territory: , •
To all points in Iowa, Minnesota. Nebraska. North Dakota, South Dakota
Wisconsin and Michigan west of Lake Michigan.
To all points in Illinois oo.the-west of the Frisoo^Railroad, St. Louis to Chi-
cago. excepted within one hundred miles of St: Louis. Will sell toChicagc.
To all points in Missouri north of Missouri Pacific: Ry , main line, St. Louis
to Kansas City, except within one hundred miles of St. Louis,-
Rates, One and One-thiid Fate for jlhc Round Trip. l imit, Thirty Days
From Date of Sale. Call on us lot rates and other infoimation.
S. Cornett, Agent. F: E, Clark, Djv. Pass. Agt, Wichita. Kansas.
Bills and hangers put nd on
[short notice, I have all Bil
Boards and priviliges. Your
Call to any part of the city
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. Your Opportunity to Visit the QJd Home.
i On November-14th and a8th the 4 •
1 will give speqiajL attention- toharms atnd CJity*
’"property for non residents.
Rental Contracts drawn, and a general Realestate Bua-
ness transacted. *.
- Notary Public in office.
List your farms with me. when in town call in and
get aquainted. Office over Citizens Bank Mountain
J. W. Brownfield.
the 0 K MEAT MARKET
CliaH. Carey and Co.
Fresh and Salt Meats always on hand, Game,
Fish and Oysters in Season. -
Highest Market Price paid for Hides and Furs. ,
Flour & Feed i n Connection.
Remember the Rotation:—Nottlr^Mahi Street- r
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Everton, H. G. The Mountain Park Lance. (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 9, 1905, newspaper, November 9, 1905; Mountain Park, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc853780/m1/3/: accessed December 10, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.