The Tribune-Progress (Mountain View, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, August 22, 1919 Page: 4 of 8
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TRIBUNE-PROGRESS. MOUNTAIN VIEW. OKLAHOMA
The TpIBUNE-PfOGRESS Notice to Creditor*
G. L. Romaju. Editor and Mgr.
Est*re< * Jtosstvc »*» ivr nm-
One year payable to advance
Three month* ...............
Frids>, August 22. 1919
The pot it boiling on tbe Mex-
Former Emperor Bill is now
owner of a home in Holland.
A farmer near Blackwell has
figured it oot that by feeding his
wheat to bis bogs be will realize
$2 50 per bushel for it
C. R. Barnard, an Ada soldier
boy. after two years abroad ar-
rived borne first of tbe wpek with
a French wife and son born
overseas. His wife is delighted
with tbe country and sees noth-
ing ahead bat a happy home.
Anticipating an early climax in
Mexican affairs the governor of
Texas ba| ordered speeding op
of recruiting tbe national guard
to full srength—16 000 men. Tbe
guard consists of two brigades of
ca**lry and one of infantry.
Gabnelle d'Annunzio, Italy’s
famous poet-aviator, plans to
leave Rome early in October as
the leader of a squadron of five
airplanes on a 10,000 mile flight,
his ultimate destination being
Tokio. He hopes to cover the
route in twelve flying days.
Farmers are advised by the
American Cotton Association not
to sell their cotton at the present
prices. It points out that while
cotton prices have gone down
cotton goods have greatly ad-
vanced, and that today the staple,
measured by the price of manu
factured cotton goods, is worth
more than 35c a pound and at
that price is the cheapest com-
modity being sold*fn the world’s
In the matter cf the estate of
Lizzie Highsaxtb deceased.
All persons having claims a-
gainst Lizzie High smith, deceased,
are required to present the same,
with the necessary vouchers to
tbe undersigned, administrator,
at hts place of business at Moun-
tain View, Oklahoma, within four
months of the date hereof, or the
same will be forever barred.
Dated Augost 19. 1919.
G. L. ROMANS.
Notice to Farmers
Now is the time you should se-
lect your wheat, oats, barley and
rye for tbe township, county and
state fairs. Tbe grain should be
of tbe best you have and be tied
in bandies aboat one-third as
; large as tbe usual size. Do this
and Mto. View will give you a
chance to display yoor products
at a later date.0
1 SCADS OF
eooo vEw-tas amovin' -This
Heat town, B*rf dHt BE.6T
of ’em aae The fellers who
BR.N& IN TrtEitt COP-V AN*
ads EKRLY so we aWt
Rusmed to oeatm oiTTiw’
OOT Tne PAPea ON
Time. \ NO ?
There appears to be a large
grain of troth in the assertion
that a demand for the best is the
cause for high prices on many
commodities. Here is what one
merchant has to say: “I have cot
tou stockings for women at 25c a
pair. Women won’t buy thorn
they want silk. Recently we had
to advance the price from $2 to
0 $2 25 a pair. Sales increased."
Another says Workingmen wear
$15 shirts to work and drive in
their own motor cars. ° The rt
isn't room io front of the facto-
ries to park the Cars of employes.
Garmont workers in New York
went on strike recently for a
minimum weekly wage of $50 and
got it. You can't wonder that
prices have gone up."
Found Only Bones
The Hobart Demociet-Chief of
Tuesday says that on return of
the officers who were sent to in-
quire into the reported finding of
a body south of Lugert by boys,
told altogether a different story
from the one calling them to the
investigation. Instead of finding
a body, the children playing iD
the sandy bottom of the North
Fork of the Red River 5 or 6
miles from Lugert discover, d
the skeleton of a human being,
which the high waters of the
spring had partly uncovered.
When the "find" was reported lo
a neighbor in the vicinity he tel
ephoned the officers a "freshly
murdered body" had been found
in the vicinity. Part of the skele
ton was dug up and the skull
brougtit lo Hobait and placed on
a desk in the sheriff's office
A. & M. Winners
Winners ol the $100 scholar,
ships at the Oklohoma A. & M
College provided by Ihe last leg-
fsfature for two bovs from each
County of the state have been sc
lected. The Kiowa hoys are
Wallace McLaughlin. Kobarl, and
Aithur Meyei, KooseVelt,
We wish to announce to all who
desire the best fresh and cured meats
the markets afford at non-profiteering
prices that we have opened a meat de-
partment in connection with our grocery
store and invite your inspection at your
convenience. Nothing but the best of
meats and prices right.
Alfred Morris, Prop.
I want your Produce Phone 19
We keep it all the time
HOT BUNS, CINNAMON ROLLS, fresh out of the oven
every day at noon. Oo He* of all kinds of Pastry.
CURED MEATS kept on ice that can't be beat.
MEATS are coming down; get more for your money. Call
and get our prices.
CITY MEAT MARKET AND BAKERY
JOE STALEY, Proprietor
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Have You Heard the Good News
Here it is from one of our Big Farm Loan Agendas:
We are pleased to state that we have some large orders
to fill within the next three weeks, and within that time
could use half a million dollars in good farm loans, and as it
is rather urgent that we secure approximately this amount
within that time we will greatly appreciate your co-opera-
tion in this as in the past on similar occasions in helping us
to fill these orders at the earliest possible moment.
Mr. Farmer: If you have a loan maturing within the next six months
come in and we will be very glad to give you our very bsst proposition on
renewing it or making you a new loan; or if you are figuring on buying land
we will help you do it and furnish you at least half of the money on long
time and on the most liberal terms. Visit our office and let us tell you
about the proposition We have in store for you.
The G. L. Romans Land & Loan Co.
Mountain View, Oklahoma
Sept. 5 and 6
All kinds of printing—Advertisements,
letter heads, note heads, statements, en-
velops, sale bills and all kinds of bills.
Dr.W. I. Wilkins
Inspecting for Interstate Shipments
Office opposite Ford Garage
Phones: Office 53, Residence 6
DISPERSION SALE OF
Registered Big Bone
Poland China Hogs
We will sell at Public Auction on
Saturday, Aug. 30, '19
At Carnegie, Oklahoma
Th'“t’g, haTC aU be'n vaccinated with cholera immune
Will also sell 2 Registered Shorthorn Cows
Don, forget time and fc£-^Wd.y, August 30.
McCALL BROS., Owners
Wholesale Auto and Engine Oils
Retailer of Harvesting Machine Oils
J. H. YOUNG
Mountain View - Oklahoma
Res. Phone 28 Office Phone 34
A. H. HATHAWAY
Physician and Surgeon
Office oyer Corner Drag Store
Mountain View, Okla,
Calls Answered Day or Night
I. J. Thomas
Mountain View. Okla
Office Prone 44
James R. Tolbert Raymond A. Tolbert
TOLBERT & TOLBERT
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
Suite 6-7 Abstract Building
HOBART, - OKLAHOMA
FLOWERS SOON FADE j
The only memorial *
Paint Up, Clean Up—Autumn is Here
New stock of Wall Paper, latest designs
Also lot of latest design Picture Frames
Stock at Mannen Drug Store
I"».rT 'Painting nhd Paper Hanging a specialty.
T. J. GORDON
Nestor Rummoas Garnet Hughes
RUMMONS & HUGHES
City National Bank Building
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Romans, G. L. The Tribune-Progress (Mountain View, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, August 22, 1919, newspaper, August 22, 1919; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc914699/m1/4/: accessed June 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.