Mountain View Times (Mountain View, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, May 18, 1923 Page: 3 of 8
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THE MOUNTAIN VIEW TIMES
The Fix-it Shop
All Kinds of
Repairing and Refinishing
Etching to Order
Upholstering and Sign Painting
All Work Guaranteed
The Fix-it Shop
J. C. SOWERS, Prop.
Mountain View, - Oklahoma
mountain Bieui (Sintra
Published Every Friday.
George H. Wingo, Publisher
Advertising Rates on Application.
All communicated articles or adver-
tisemen , should be in office not later
than Tuesday noon to insure publica-
Mrs. W. L. Chambless has been
the guest of B. L. Chambless and
family this week.
Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Barnett
and Misses Cook and Kendall
spent Sunday at Medicine Park
By the year-------------------$1.60
•Six months___75c Three months_40c
Payable Cash in Advance.
Entered at the Mountain View Post-
office for transmission through the
mails as second-class mail matter.
Funny, Isn’t It?
Isn't it funny that a man who
thinks he is a business man will
get up in the morning from a
newspaper advertised mattress,
shave with an advertised razor
and put on advertised underwear,
advertised shirt, collar, tie and
shoes, seats himself at the table
and eat advertised breakfast food,
drink advertised coffee, put on an
advertised hat, light an advertised
cigarette, ride to his place of bus
iness in an advertised car, seat
himself at an advertised desk in
an advertised chair, then turn
down a newspaper advertising
solicitor on the grounds that ad-
Skip Reed of Oklahoma City is
here this week, the guest of rela
lives and friends.
Yea, Verily; Thou Art
Speaking the Truth!
Ferrell & McAtee
A corporation composed ol
some of the leading and most sue
cessful business men in the U. S.,
in offering for sale a block ol
stock in order to finance an ex-
tensive advertising campaign for
their product, gives the public
“Day after day you see the vast
amount of advertising carried in
the newspapers, the magazines,
and in periodicals of all kinds.
Your own good iudgment tells
you that advertising is profitable,
otherwise the best business men
of the country would not continue
When a newspaper publisher
advises a business man to spend
money in advertising, he is giving
him the kind of adyice that the
experience of all big advertisers
has shown to hqgprofitable when
followed. The Times commends
the above quotation to those who
want to increase their business
in this trade territory.
It seems that there is some-
thing wrong, sure enough. No
day current has been put on by
the light plant since Wednesday
of last week, with the exception
of a few hours Saturday after-
noon. The night runs have been
shortened considerably, and with
what coal that has been donated
by private citizens, they were en-
abled to run Monday night. A
car of coal, consigned to the city;
has been standing on the track
for several days, but due to the
fact that the council says it has
no money with which to pay for
it, and so far have been unable
to find any one who will furnish
it, they are unable to receive it.
The Electric Theatre, one of the
most progressive picture shows
in the entire southwest, closed
out their entire line of confec
tioneries Monday, cancelled the-r
picture contracts, sent the paper
back,closed the house and unless
lights are restoredatonce willquit
business. Both barber shops
are forced to do without the use
of their electrical clippers, the
drug stores without their electric
mixers, the garages and black-
smith shops without their motors
the housewives of the town with
out their electrical irons and
washing machines,every business
house and residence in town i
using lamps or candles for light,
and last, but not least,The Times
is deprived of the use of its lino-
type, the highest priced piece of
electrical equipment in the city
We understand from a reliable
source that the Town of Gotebo
desires to take electricity from
Mountain View’s plant, they to
build a high line to the end ol
West Main street. It is said that
their plant is worn out and they
had rather do this than buy a
new plant. This would mean an
added revenue of $300 to $400
month, would enable the plan
to give 24 hour service, would
pay all operating cost, and pay a
handsome dividend in addition.
The council made a trip to Ho
bart Saturday, seeking legal ad-
vice concerning the matter. They
met with no encouragement, how
ever, from the district judge or
county attorney. Mayor Mason
returned to Hobart Monday af-
ternoon on the same business.
The old city council were up
against the same situation, but by
arranging for private money,
they were enabled to keep the
ight plant going,’ and the city
warrants at par. We hope the
new council can do the same—
and that at once.
If they have any statement to
make for publication, we will be
glad to print it next week.
Mrs. EdToycbois visiting
Red Stone with friends.
Rev. King is the
owner of a
Quoeton has a touring
A report for best school work
by Swank of the Kiowa agency, j
covering three counties, shows,
Kiowa county Indians have the'
best records in attendance. The
Monntain View school has 54 In ,
dian pupils. Kiowas, keep the
good record up!
Rev. F. L. Kng left Monday j
for a visit with relatives in points
of Ohio, and from there will go
to Atlantic City. New Jersey, to
attend the Northern Baptist Con-
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Saunkcah
leave this week for Muskogee to
attend Bacone College commence-
ment week. From there they
will go to Atlantic City as repre-
sentatives from the Rainy Moun-
tain Kiowa Baptist church to the
Northern B.'p'ist convention.
The Woman's Missionary So-
ciety met with Mrs. John Quoe-
Geo. Hunt and wife are in
Kiowa hospital at Lawton.
Michelin Regular Size
Cords cost no more than
fabric tires but give
$0% more mileage
Zellner Motor Co.
Card of Thanks
Mr. and Mrs. Parker McKenzie
of Aradarko were with us during
When in need of someone to
do hauling, anything, anywhere I
out of town, call me at phone
No. 3. Also handle the famous!
Texaco gasoline and oils. Call
me when in need of these items.
—Frank R. Osmon, phone 45.
We wish to thank our dear
friends for the many acts of kind-
ness shown us during our recent
bereavement. Especially did we
appreciate the many nice flowers.
May God’s richest blessings be
your portion is our ptayer.
Mis. Mary Davenport,
J. P. Divenport,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E Davenport,
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Davenport,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dayis,
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Morris.
Little Elizabeth Barnett was
This week's weather has been
but a continuation of winter.
Fires and overcoats both feel
comfortable, and those of us who
took down our stoves and
"our short ones” on have
wishing we hadn’t been so dad-
8 foot McCormick Binder, in
good shape, for sale cheap. See
Hockaday Hardware Co.
painfully burned on her ueck and
shoulders Tuesday afternoon
when she accidentally pulled a
pitcher of hot water off of the
table and spilled it on her. It is
thought that no scar will result.
Mrs. Pearl Bead of Fort Cobb
the guest of Mrs B. L.
Chambless the last
Bring your little bucket;
Get a little soup.
Then you needn’t worry
Over B—ache and croup!
For sale—8 miles north and 2
east of Mountain View, corn, bun-
dled kafir, and alfalfa and prairie
tiay, on the J. A. Harlan farm.
Byrcn Parne’l and Jim Haley
returned Sunday from Guthrie,
where they spent last week tak-
ing the Scottish Rite degrees of
Masonry. They also took the
Shrine degree in Oklahoma City
Mountain View Chapter Royal Arch
Masons: Regular meeting second
and fourth Mondays each month. Vis-
itors cordially invited.
JOHN FERREL, Sec’y.
One 6-foot Deering Binder
for sale, good as new, used one
year, cut about 200 acres. See
Hockaday Hardware Co.
Stay home and cook con-
Bend over a hot stove
Wash unnecessary cook-
ing utensils, or worry ov-
Staley’s Market and Bak
ery will do that for you.
J. H. FARMER
Calls answered promptly day or night
Business Phone ,37-Residence Phone 116
before returning home.
IF YOU WANT A FARM
OR CITY LOAN, SEE US.
A. E. KOBS, President
A. E. STINSON, Vice President
H. N. KINNEY, Cashier
FLOYD EATON, Assistant Cashier
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-
The First National Bank
OF MOUNTAIN VIEW. OKLAHOMA
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS - $30,000.00
The OLDEST National Bank in Oklahoma west of the main line of the
Rock Island railroad.
We have some real estate
For TWENTY-TWO YEARS has conducted a careful, conservative
banking business. During all these years we have takeu care of ourcustom-
ers, giving them the best of our experience and resources during times when
payments would have been a financial loss. Our old customers are satisfied.
New customers will receive the same treatment.
Gas, Oils and Accessories
are kept here for YOUR
benefit; why not take
advantage of them?
Mtn. View Filling Station
Service In Every Sense of the Word
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