Mountain View Times (Mountain View, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, October 19, 1923 Page: 1 of 8
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HJmmtam Utem SRntes
Volume XXV, Number 24.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, OCT. 19, 1923.
Established April 28, 1899
New Goods Coming in Daily.
Cotton Sells At A High Price
And you will have money to pay bills with, and buy your
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Groceries, also, and we want
to sell them to you at as reasonable .a price as we possibly
can. Come in and trade with us, we will treat you right,
and we sure appreciate the good trade you are giving us.
Our Mr. Daniels is looking after the city trade, and is. sure
trying to give you service and please you. Call Phone 69—
we will answer!
YOUNGSTEDT & SLANGSTROM
DRY GOODS, SHOES AND GROCERIES
HEAVY RAINS HAVE BEEN
EFFECTIVE FOR WEEK
other farm work as bad as it
Beginning about 8 o’clock
last Friday morning and contin-
uing to Monday night, this ter-
ritory has received one of the
heaviest and most disastrous
rains in its history. Rainy
Mountain creek was running ov
Duck hunting parties have
been quite the thing the pas
several evenings, and from the
Lost—Pair of glasses in case, bangs that have been exploding
two weeks ago. Finder please on the atmosphere, the ducks
rettirn to Alvin Gordon. have evidently had a sudden
-o— - ' motive to be elsewhere. No
FROM SADDLE MOUNTAIN casualties to date, except a few
- mud hens.
According to the local weath- -o -
er Saturday morning, and" by er forecaster, Hix Reid, the Mountain View Chapter Royal Arch
night had climbed to within a.las* few days have been very Masona: Regular meeting second
few inches of completely cover- ™ny. He reports at least 20 fourth Mondays each month. V,.-
ing the long bridge just south inches of water at his ranch
of town. However, it began to house, 3 miles east of the store,
fall about six o’clock that even-! Ye Scribe attended the circus
ing and by the next morning at Lawton Tuesday. He
was several feet below the top ports a large crowd.
itors cordially invited.
JOHN FERREL. Sec’y.
Pg,, Tuesday afternoon’s sunshine
:was rather enjoyed by the in-
floor. Traffic was resumed on Clara Meek returned "home °f country, sev-
this road Tuesday about noon, last week from a three weeks'. orgo ten JUS w at 1
but it was awfully heavy going, visit with her qpusin, Mrs. Perc- e’
The Washita river got higher barger. near Alden. She ie- r, ,
than it had been this year, and turned via Ford driven by Roy Due to t^e.l‘nterruPted. tra,"j°ut °f town call me at phone
rs jr™ s? “ ” iis «?isz x t."
service over this river Monday Judglng by their guns. ! no show was had. And for
morning to enable the farmers TV,oJ1 .. . _ . i, ,, ,, ,
i«„A No mail Saturday, high wat- that matter, they are not sure
who live across tne river to get „ n * ... , ,, ,
tn tnwn fnr nrmriflinnH er* ^ JUSt waen they Will be able to
The rain was general over1 Dave Allen traded for the L*'resume showing, for as most of
the entire western part of the York Ford roadster last week.:their films come here from Dal-
stae, completely demoralizing Hix Reid, Art Henson, Geo.; las> and as the bridges are out
rail service; nearly every road Stewart and C. B. Judy mark- °n ™°st of th® radroads, it is
has bridges and track gone eted cotton in Cooperton last *Jard to tell when they can get
An entirely new body design lends distinction ir
appearance,adds measurably to individual contort,
v d provides greater convenience in the new Ford
Streamline body, windshield visor, and nickeled
fittings make this new Coupe highly attractive.
Deeply cushioned seats,improved interior arrange-
ment, and cowl ventilator provide in creased comfort.
Wide doors that open forward, revolving type
window lifters, enlarged rear compartment and a
recess shelf for parcels, back of the seat make for
See the new Ford Coupe and other body types
ml your Nearest Ford Dealer's showroom,
A 4 -Ai »• • » ~
Zellner Motor Co.
CAKS • TRUCKS • TRACTOR.S
When in need of someone to
jdo hauling, anything, anywhere
No. 3. Also handle the famous
Texaco gasoiine and oils. Call
me when in need of these items.
—Frank R. Osmon, phone 45.
some where along the line. Sun- week.
films. However, jnst as soon
Good residence for sale. See
Jenie D. Wilson.
day’s west bound passenger, Ernest Farron called at the a^ they are able to get service,
due here at 1 o’clock, arrived J. A. Dodd home Sunday, as *ey w,1> re8um« lowing In
here that night about 8:30, usual. .the meantime, all we can do is
Monday’s trains were far be- Roy Askin spent Sunday1 j° il * y y :u' e<^ a
hind schedule, and Tuesday’s night with Roy Henderson. ar *
trains ran from Hobart to Olen Reid and Gus Pierce
Chikasha only, and were con- were Saturday night callers at
siderably behind time at that, the J. M. Meek home.
Reports were received in town Mrs. Bert Edwards called on
Tuesday that the dam at Okla- Mrs. L. York Thursday,
homa City had gone out on the | A. E. Kobs was here last
South Canadian, but as .there week. We failed to learn his
were no papers that day from business, but, judging from his
the city, this was not confirm- talk his mind was not on Sun-
ed. Business has been shot to day School picnics nor prayer
pieces for a week, and present meetings. zzzzz
indications are that it will be j -o-
some time before it gets back ; Mountain View ladies who de-
to normal. jsire a permanent wave placed
The Philo-Delphian chapter
held its second meeting with
Mrs. Hummel last Wednesday
afternoon. The time of the
meeting was changed perma-
nently from Friday to Wednes-
day. After the business was
attended to, the program was
given. Mesdames Hathaway
and Crider will be leaders for
CAN YOU BLAME MABEL?
“Why did Mabel quit going
with that young stock farmer?
“Just before he proposed to
her he opened her mouth to
look at her teeth.”
It has been most unfortunate' in their hair, may call phone 85 Jnext-31, that
that the rain should come at for appointment during the
this time of the year, interfer- next few days. Nestle Lanoil
ing with cotton picking and the machine used.
A CAR OF FLOUR HERE
“Kingfisher’s Best/’ and it is priced
right for immediate sale. Stock up
before the price advances.
S. B. ROSS GROCERY
meets with Mrs. Hathaway.
John F. Ferrell
IF YOU WANT A FARM
OR CITY LOAN, SEE US.
We meet competition on
rates and quick service.
If you want any kind of
insurance we have it—in
some of the Very best in-
We have some real estate
The Gun and Shells for
Experienced duck hunters will tell you that Winchester
Guns and Winchester Shells are absolutely dependable un-
der the most severe conditions.
Come in and see our stock of Winchesters before you go
Special for 10 Days Only
With all Heating Stoves sold, value. $15.00 and up, we
will deliver with the heater 200 pounds of coal FREE!
STOVE SET UP IN YOUR HOME
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Mountain View Times (Mountain View, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, October 19, 1923, newspaper, October 19, 1923; Mountain View, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc914570/m1/1/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.