Mountain View Times (Mountain View, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, May 18, 1923 Page: 1 of 8
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MOUNTAIN VIEW, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, MAY is, 1923
Established Anril 28. 1899
We invite you to come to our store and buy Dry Goods,
Shoes and Groceries. We will sell you our goods at as low
a price as we can, and our aim is to satisfy you in every
We appreciate the good trade we are getting from the city
folks. Give our Mr. Daniels your orders or call phone 69,
and we will deliver the goods to your home.
MOUNTAIN VIEW CASH STORE
Youngstedt & Slangstrom, Proprietors
Outside and Inside Finishes
I have a complete line in stock;
why wait to order?
Fordson Tractor for Sale
Will Sell Terms
Tractor has been used two seasons and is in
the best of condition mechanically. Is equip-
ped with new governors. Would trade for a
good Ford. Tractor can be seen 2 miles west
and 4 north of town
C. L. BRADLEY
The following is a brief obitn
j *y of Mr. E. T. Davenport, of
% hose death mention was made
i last week’s Times:
Elisha Thomas Davenport was
1 >rn in Mason county, 111., od
March 10, 1853, and died May 8,
1923, at the age of 70 years, 1
month and 28 days. He was
married to Mary Hardeman Aug.
16.1876, and to this union was
born five sons and three daugh-
ters, all of whom are living. Six
ot them were present at the last
Mr. Davenport and his family
moved to Iowa in 1879, in which
state they lived until 1890, when
they moyed to Oklahoma, settling
at Edmond, from whence they
moved to Mountain View in 1907,
from which place he was called
to a higher and better home.
Bro. Davenport was converted
about thirty years ago and united
with the Baptist church. He was
a devout Christian, & loving hus
band and father and a loyal
Mason. May the Loving Father
whom he loved and served com-
fort and bless the loved ones left
Funeral services were held at
the Baptist church by his friend
and brother in Christ, Rev. J. B
McCombs, pastor of the Metho
dist church, on Thursday, May
10, alter which the Masons took
charge and laid him to rest in the
Mountain View cemetery, to await
the final roll call.
Mountain View and Carnegie’s
baseball nines played a ten-in-
ning g-une at Carnegie last Sun-
day afternoon, our boys losing
by the very close score of 3 to 2.
Maurice and Amos Kobs spent
Saturday night and Sunday in El
Reno, the guests of their mother,
who was in the ho-pital at tbat
place. She returned to her home
here this week
New tent, 10-ounce duck,
size 16x16, 5-foot walls.—The
HEAVY RAIN MONDAY MORNING
From all reports, the entire
southwestern part of the state
received a good soaking rain last
Monday morning We know we
did here, for about three inches
of rain fell here from 2 o’clock to
daylight. Quit*- a bit of thunder
and lightning accompanied, it.
A bolt of lightning struck one
of Bob Newman’s horses, out on
Joe Staley’s pasture, west of town
and killed it instantly. We have I
heard o( no other damage being
It seems this rain came just
when needed, we were in con
versation with several farmers
Saturday and each one stated
the need of a rni ■ right away.
HIGH SCHOOL PLAY
The annual senior class play,
“Betty's Last Pet,” was greeted
by a packed house at the high
school auditorium last Friday
night. The play was well pre-
sented, and thoroughly enjoyed
by the large audience. The re-
ceipts of the evening Were some-
thing over $100
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Willis of
Purcell arrived Sunday for a few
days visit with relatives and
friends in Mountain View. He
is associated with Henry Green
haw in the merchandise business
at that place, and reports busi-
Rey. McCombs preached the
baccalaureate sermon to the!
graduating class last Sunday
night at the Methodist church.
The house was crowded, and ev
eryone enjoyed the sermon.
L. T. McAtee and C. V. Gilles-
pie were Oklahoma City visitois
the first of this week.
Mrs. S. C. Church visited with
friends in Edmond from Friday
Bring your bucket.
Eat more soup.
Have plenty of warm
Rest B-4 meal time.
Impossible is un-Amer-
ican, because Staley’s Mar-
ket and Bakery have ar-
ranged things so this is
J. G. Bell has resigned his po-
sition with the Hockaday Hard-
ware Company, and will remove
to Hobart the first of next week'
and will be connected with the
Bolon Hard ware Company of that
place. Melvin Hollis, now con-
nected with Sam Ross, will take
the place at Hockaday’s.
Mesdames Crider and Justice
spent last week in Duncan, the
guests of their brother, Cot Par-
nell and family.
Don't fail to hear Will M.
Thompson at the ChurchofChrist
Saturday night, Sunday and Sun-
Bank of Mountain View
The New Four Cultivator
Call and see one demonstrated. You’ll
Our Stock of Fishing Tackle
Is Complete At All Times
Ask to see the Winchester Reels, Rods
and Lines. They satisfy!
Place Your Order for Your
Deering and McCormick
Binder Twine Now. Callus!
PHONE 90 PHONE 90 V®
3the WfNCHeSTER store
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