ⓘ Horntown, Oklahoma

                                     

ⓘ Horntown, Oklahoma

Horntown is the center of a dispersed rural community in Jacobs Township of Hughes County that formed in the 1920s. The earliest inhabitants, according to the Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture, were T. C. Horn and Charley Hawthorn, who operated retail stores, garages, and gasoline stations and a restaurant at the crossroads of two section-line roads that are now U.S. Highways 75 and 270.

When Horntown was registered on 2 August 1995, it comprises 4.021 square miles. In the same year the population of the surrounding district is served Horntowns companies are included about 200 residents. Subsequently the US census 2000 counted 61 residents within the city. Census 2010 recorded official growth of the population to 97. At that time, the store–restaurant, convenience, gas station and tire shop. Horntown fire, law enforcement and emergency services is maintained small complex of buildings, and the Banner of the Baptist Church served the people.