Mountain View Times (Mountain View, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, October 13, 1922 Page: 4 of 4
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THE FIRST LETTER OF THE FO LOW I NO ITEMS IF
PROPERLY ARRANGED. WILL SPELL THE NAME OF
A MOUNTAIN VIEW BUSINESS FIRM. I HE FIRST
TWENTY-FIVE SCHOOL CHILDREN IN THE STORE
SATURDAY MORNING BY 12 O’CLOCK WITH THE
PUZZLE SOLVED WILL GET A PENCIL AND TABLET
Our friend and neighbor, P.
F. A. Posey, passed over to Lie
E refit beyond Sunday night at
u 10:30, after an illness of several
i months, and was laid to rest in
of Exo'se Foard for
The County Excise Board hav
ing ascertained that the assess-
ed valuation of the town of
Mountain View, Oklahoma,
Ens. Phone 28 Office Phom
A. i I. Hathaway
Hhj ..nti burgeon
Office over Comer Dun? Store*
Mountain View, Ol^la. I
CnllM timwpriii Huy or'NiKhll
1 ‘I' Monday m49 ^o. that the approved
i noon. I
Hfc leaves a wife and six chil .
*’ -tn and a just of friends to for GENERAL FUND purposes
mourn his loss. is the sum of $10,832.00; that a
Weep not, my dear ones, as I [eVy of 9.65 mills for general
Armond Toilet Articles
Hines Honey and Almond Cream
Auto $trap Razors
| have gone,
For t s only for a very short
Until you shall meet me in a
j better wor d
11 Where al! cares will he left be-
| purposes is necessary to raise
.aid approved estimate; and it
aj pearing that the said levy is
5.65 mills in excess of the levy
that the Excise Board is allowed
by law to make; and the Excise
TOLBERT & TOLB
Office in Abstract
Hob art, Oklahoma
J. H. FARMER
Calls answered promptly day or ni;
Oo.iuess Phone J7-Kesidein e Phone
Weep not as I ,\m sleepin g Board b.ein» °f the °Pinion that
i/l ccfimafa la vnnarinolilv mop-
°nd wait’i g for vo i
Corner Drug Store
You Know the Red
Better have that old
roof fixed before it is
too late. Your repnir
jobs, big or little, will
Just Call 37
HIGH SCHOOL NEWS.
First High School
M .]om m
Twas not my will but His be
! F<>r I am sure that He knoweth
Geo. Bourns had the misfor-i
tune of having his car turn tur- i! ,*A , ,, . ,x, , -
” * • - Dated this 4th day of
her, A. D. 1922.
hospital at Cordell at present I ’5‘ CARPENTER,
and is not expected to be able
to come home for aweek or ten
said estimate is reasonably nec
ssary for the current expenses
of said Mountain View town.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDER-
ID; That an election be held by
he voters of said town of
Mountain View, Oklahoma, on
ihe 14th day of October, A. D.
DR. I. J. THOMAS
Office Over Corner Diuj* Sfo
Res Phone 108 Office
P1® work on a new home fori days. It is saidthat" one'ra'di-
weinie « “*--w num«s no uays. n is said that one radi-1 "vaxu*
roast was a fairly good one. L /j• Williams was started last us rod had come loose and drop W- CARLTON, County Clerk.
MnnHlIV T’hn lAm.l’A« m t.mn4- J..____ i_ _. i i , I .Qnnmfomr Pmiwfir EXClSG
About sixty of the students at-11'*on"a>r-. lhe toc&t’on is west down, lienee he had no control,
tended and they report a good ^10 c‘Cv park. When finis'. - Better look over your car boys
ed, Mr. Williams will have an and tighten all loose nuts, re-
ideal home in every respect. j place all bolts that nuts hav.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many
friends, neighbors, and the var-
ious orders for their kindness I Andrews,
and sympathy, and the beauti-
ful floral offerings, in the death
of our beloved husband and
Mrs. Gertie Posey and chil-
Mrs. S. J. Stone.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Cook.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Sh arer
time. We are waiting patient-
ly for the next one.
On the Junior side of the
study hall a snappy pennant dec
orates the landscape. This
piece of bunting is very beau-
tiful and the Juniors are proud
The football team does not
play Snyder Friday, as anounc-
ed. Through some flaw in the
schedule, we do not play them
until Nov. 3. Binger, more
j than likely, will be our victim
A debating club will be or-
ganized soon, according to Mr.
We sure need a reg-
v M. GRAY
Physician and Surgeon
Office oyer Corner Drug Store
Mountain View, Okla.
R cs P1:C1‘< 47 flice Phone j
For Your Barber Work
This levy is for the purpose
I been lost off of, and put in the jf ““Staining light and water
'service in the city of Mountain
View. Should this levy fail to
The Baptist ladies Mission- cotter keys where needed ho-
ary Society will serve Thanks- fore you have a similar accident
giving dmner in a down town We had a good singing at
business establishment on Oakdale Sunday afternoon, and
Thanksgiving Day. [ > ou that stayed at home missed
,, pT^. , “ |a good treat.
Mrs. E. 0. Flood, who was the Next Sunday we sing at Star
nousc guest of Mr. and Mrs. E.1 church at 3:30 p. m. So all
carry, it will mean a discontin-
mnee of service.—City Council.
Lost—Brown mare, a circle
jrand on right hip. White star
orehead, age 6 years, $10 re-
ard for its recovery. Notify
Gladys Cox Elected Pro: dent
At a recent meeting of ihe A.
Z. Social Club of Oklahom < City,
a social club composed of young
women of that place, Miss
Gladys Cox, formerly oft; s city
was elected its president. A
series of interesting ent Ttain-
ments has been planned by the
club for the season.
Miss Lois Brown oi Hobart,
the republican nominee for
court clerk, spent Saturday af-
ternoon here,interviewing the
ular club for our arguments.
The Senior girls’ motto—‘If
t won’t curl naturally, it shall
The Stitch and Chatter Club
of Fort Cobb met with Miss
Emma Roddy at the V. N. Bar-
nett home last Friday after-
The evening was spent in
making stitches, lots of chat-
ter and music. At 10:30 re
freshments of sandwiches, pic-
des, punch and cake were serv-
'd to the folowing:
M sses Irma Wray, Florence
Makoskc, Marie Coter, Mary
Van Eaton, Pearl Roddy, Addie
.Vlillwee, Alma Mauk, Hope
Kendall, Mrs. F. Dinkier, and
Messrs. Hal Butler, Earl Roddy,
VIont Churchill, Alton Church-
11 and Dr. F. Dinkier.
VV Yates at Oklahmrm ritw ...... T 1 oU ail ard lor lts recovery. Notify
11' * „ ? 1 U ,anon?a ' / y 101 come and join us. The days art ’ddie Longhorn route 2 Sedan
he past several weeks, has re- not so hot now and we can have <n4n Lons:no‘n’loute 4 beaan'
turned to hei home here. a very pleasant t me together,
i you will do your part by join-]
Henry Sumner and faroik
motored to Cordell last Satur-
day, where they spent a pleas-
ant week-end with Mr. Sum-
THOSE WE LOVE!
Forsale—Last call for sever
al Poland-China young boars
iu be ready for service in a
D "7 71 ~ ! short tmie. Took first prize at
orn to Mr. and Mrs. B. C. thetownship fair. See Mari
tow r nnf t!’6 a11 68 ”0l t-h of dadonget, 7 miles south and 2
daughter y m01'31ns’ a imiles e“t of Mountain View.2;
The followng members of
he Times family of * readers
ave paid the amounts opposite
he r names since our last re-
3. A. Gordon________ 1.00
Irs. J. A. McMehen_______1.00
?. M. Russell___________$1.00
Hot and Cold Shower
Howard Farmer, who has 7, RESOLUTIONS
been away for the past four' ^ ^hereas, Brother Pulaskc
or five mo i l.s. returm d he iv Felix Adolphu® ,Pflsei has an-1 Homer Robinson and wife of
last week. - jSwuet no call by tne Suprem. Sedan are the parents of a new
Miss Mary Shaw, of O. C. W„ I wortog tools' oOf/Td do! IJ#Ughter- born Sunday-
Mrs. C. A. Morris and two
children left Sunday for Kno.
City, Texas, where si > will vis
it relatives for about three
Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Francis, on Sunday afternoon
a daughter. This is their sec
ond child, the first b:*in ; a boy.
STOP THAT ITCHI EG
There is a lot of skin trouble anion*
school children this fall. W .* will sol
you a jar of Blue Star cn a guaran
tee for Itch, Eczema, Tetter or Crack
ed Hands, Ringworm, Old Sores an
Sores on Children. Will not staii
clothing and has a pleat, t odor.—
Summers Drug Store.
A public pay station has been
, laced in the Mannen Drug Co.
store by the telephone company
for the use of the public.
.vas a we*k-oi:d visitor at t .e parted from this world, to as-
>ome of her parents Mr. and j sume his place in that unrlis-
Mrs. M. V. S:*au the last week', covered country from
M ss Belle Dennison was
visitor in Carnegie Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mad
den of Sedan are entertaining ;U:,L-Cl r Uzen. His large cir-l.y'sh they had staj
i new daughter, born last Sun-i, ac<3ua^tanccs, a woitii 'ob awhile longer.
hnnnrnhlo momlmi* U'c I , •
Ajax Tires ami Tubes—none bet-
wilOS Everybody is enjoying anoth- ier< none last longer. Absolutely
guaranteed. Prices are right.
Hocksilgy Hardware Co,
a J0Uin ao traveler returns; I nice rain, which fell Saturday
' ' Wiioi’eas, society in gen- morning, about one inch fall-
errl, has lost a true friend anci 'ng. It will make those that
ra.thlul worker, the nation a had quit sowing their wheat
* U:a ti c tizen. His large cir-1 v sh they had stayed at their
J. A. Copeland of. the Star
community died Saturday, Oct
7, from the effects of a spider
bite, received a short t me ago. j reaved ......v
His funeral was held Sunday at sympathy and
nonoiabio member, h s family I Cotton picking is about . a
i lo mg husband andfather. hing of the past throughout.
Bo it resolved, that Mountain this neighborhood.
°i:d° -N'0. 168, A. F, & A, R. L. Myers, who has been on!
i\I., hereby extend to Ins be—rthe sick list for the past three 1
family their deepest veeks, is improving some at
condolence in this writing.
Mountain View Chapter Royal Arch
Masons: Regular meeting second
and fourth Mondays each month. Vis-
itors cordially invited.
D. W. WELLS, H. P.
JOHN FERREL, Sec’y.
Mesrs. Tom Shaddock and *he res dence, conducted by | this, their dark hour, and ma I Mrs. Charles Ilixon who has
’erry Carlton, democratic nom- Kcv- ^ldd of the Methodist! they rest asured that h s 'faith been sick for the past several
aees for sheriff and county Jjurch-. Interment was in the j ful works here on earth will re- months, doesn’t seem to be so
lerk, were here a short time Mountain View cemetery. Iceive their fitting reward in the
vlonday afternoon. .
__I If you need a well drilled, see
Joe Roberts left last Satur- C. Colwell. lie has a new rig
ay for Bremerton, Wash., and and do y°ur work reasona-
.’ill spend the winter at that
R. R. Connor, recently elected
superintendent of the Methodist
Sunday School, took charge last
Sunday. Mr. Connor succeeds
J. W. Guest, now manager of
the Dixie Store at Weather-
We Bake Anything for You
or for Anybody
LADIES: If you want to reduce the labor of
your home du js let us show you how reason-
ably and easily you can supply your table with
delicious brer.; and pastry at very low cost.
We have wr y s of reducing expenses that are
not enjoyed h/ the individual home. The sav-
ing is yours.
Staley’s Market & Bakery
F. W. FANS0N,
J. D. KIDD,
J. H. SUMNER,
Don’t Broadcast Year Tiro TrouM s
But Gu fu The Acino
Where you will be served with
a smile with U. S. and Fisk Tires
that are guaranteed
Protect Your $$
SOME OTHER FELLOW WANTS THEM
Some other person is always ready to relieve you of your
savings—for a consideration, of course. The ‘‘considera-
tion ’ is generally of greatest value to the one who seeks to
put it over.” If deposited in a savings acount your m
y will be increasing instead of decreasing. It earns im
oM in this* bank, uiatl to .vou o^cn an acount when-
ever you are ready to save.
Bank of Mountain View
Quite a large number from
this part attended the J. C.
Walton speaking at Cordell last
There is some preaching go-
ng on at the school house at
Cowden. Everybody invited
Mrs. Homer McCracken, who
’ qs been up in this part visiting
for some time, returned to her
lome at Carnegie the latter
part of the week.
Ferrell & McAtea
and 11 AIL
Vour Houses, Barns
Stock of Goods
Also Farm Loau^
On and after Friday, Sept.
15th, we are compelled
to get Cash for all
Gas and Oils
orris Riling Station
Service In Every Sense of the Word
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