The Mountain Park Herald. (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 24, 1906 Page: 8 of 8

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Itypre for the Money
You will always get more for your
money at a store that publishes
price*. Here are prices on a few
4 lb« Cow brand soda for ajc
Best Pickds, per gallon 40c
Saner Kraut 8 pounds for 25c
3 cans standard Sugar Corn 35c
7 cans Eagle Lye tor 50c
3 lb can ex qual Beet Pickles toe
1 lb can Mocho java'Coffee 15c
Pickled Pigs Feet per lb 6c
Van Camp's Pork and
Beans 3 cans for 35c
Other articles at just as low price.
In order to give our customers the benefit of "Lowest Con
sistent Prices," we have adopted the cash system and will strictly
adhear to it. Cash buys cheaper than credit anywhere. Same here.
Bennett & Son,
Up-to-date Grocers.
F. K. Brewer, Proprietor
Mainland Broadway.
The best of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars al-
ways on hand.
Cold Beer always on tap
Pure Whiskys for medi-
cal use.
Don’t forget the place.
Cries Sales.
Public Auctioneer
Mt Park. Okla.
See him before having
bills printed.
to year* experience.
At poatofflee, morning
and evening*.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
I have a complete line of Ladies Hats, Caps
and Bonnets, which I am selling at greatly re-
duced prices. I also have in stock a line of
the celebrated Racine Hosery for men wom-
en and children. SBfttST* *hta
Danas Maxine in oonnacnoM. - Mbs. Ooaa M. Caxmit
Taxing the Idle Rich | ANNOUNCEMENTS
Having gained one Victory J j,ereby announce myself as a can-
in the Trade-Union and Eight Udate for the office of County Super-
.. ... „ latendent of Schools, subject to the
Hour bills, which are now lkct|0|1cf the Democratic party.
Goverment the Labor and La-1 John u. AaDBBson.
bor-Liberal members ol the
British Parliament are seeking I Don’t forget ihat we are going
to remodel the tax system. I to have a big horse show on May 31.
The total revenue of the t _ ,
„ . . , _ . . For the best Short Order in town
Bntish Government is about I p K Brewer>, He hu [e.
the same as the United States, g~ltte<j his restaurant in the rear of his
but less than 5 per cent comes j pjdce ^ employed an excellent cook.
from customs duties, which
form the bulk of our revenue, | Notice.
and more than a third comes
from die income and land tax j .*1^”
and estate duties, which the within the limit* of Mountain Park.
W. H. Gibbs
A Full Line of Shelf Hardware Carried in Stock.
Will furnish Implements, Vehicles end Wire on short notice.
Mountain Park, ... Oklahoma.
. Will Cry Your Sales.
Come and see me as to best manner of conducting sale, before
having sale bills printed. Satisfsction guaranteed.
Residence N—W— 3*—16, R. F. D. 3• Mt. Park, Okie,.
United States does not levy.
The British income tax is
[now a uniform 5 per cent.
I above a minimum amount.
Whether the Income is sala-
ry or earnings or rents or divi-
[ dends the rate of tax is the
The Board of Trustees instructed me
to empound all stock so found.
Alison Moore
Grain I Grain!
Highest market prices paid for all
kinds ot grain at Elevator. bee
IbJ.l’ghtdmpro a”15 CITY TRANSFERS
tax should be graded, iocreas- | <££%££ ** ** |
| ing in percentage as the in— 4 i» Hook, Pwprieter. 5
come increases. The impor-
I tant modification of this wWch ^ New Hac|( L|n#
grading TIZ baLd no t on tiS
the income but it’s source. A trains a Union Depot, Snydet.
merchant, lawyer, manufactur-| N B. Buaws.
| er, doctor, or other men whose fountain Park Hack
income represents hisearmngs 1,^ ^ ^ Ham ^ He u
or business profits would pay I ready and willing to serve you. Your
I at one rate, while the idle rich patronage appreciated. Look
(whose incomes mean no per- for til© IDUl© t©aili.
sonal exertion would pay a[
much higher rate.
The object of this is to ap-
propriate gradually the "un-
earned increment” and to use
the proceeds to lower the tax
on incomes which represent
earnings and to remove en-
tirely the tax from tea, coffee,
land cocoa. What surplusi*--------------------- *
might futher result, would go • Dr. T. C. M06881161% $
u ____•_____j . • IX Will do a general practice hat 2
tO old-age pensions and to in-lx make a specialty of chronic dli*.S
crease the educational appro-11 t
prition \flhich in England forms j mountain park, • okla.o
part of the national expense. I
Good for O. K.
At Shawnee on the 19th I
inst. the press association of
Oklahoma and Indian Territo-
ry were amalgamated into a
State Press Association. Mr.
O. K. Benedict, the talented I
young editor of the Hobart
News-Republican, was unan-
imously chosen president of
|the association for the next|
year. There was no mistake
| made in the selection.
Hotel Barber Shop
In Mew Perk Hotel.
Prompt Service, Clean and up-
Give Us a Call .
All work guaranteed. Call nod < >
see me, weet of Friaeo depot. - ] [
Mountain Park, • • - Okie,. < >
The Old Reliable
Hat been re-opened by Mr*. Jennie
Darity. The beet the market affords
it furnished her patron*. South Main

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Noel, C. L. The Mountain Park Herald. (Mountain Park, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 24, 1906, newspaper, May 24, 1906; ( accessed January 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History,; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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