Hartson King Room
This brand-new second floor room features a king size bed, romantic fireplace, free-standing whirlpool tub and a separate double-shower with bench. In addition to its sunset view porch, this room also comes with wireless internet access, large HD television, DVD player, small refrigerator, espresso maker and a selection of complimentary Texas beverages including locally bottled water, sodas and sparkling water.
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The town of Kyle certainly made history in 1937 when Mary Kyle Hartson, a great-grandmother, was elected mayor. She was seventy-two years old, and became famous nationwide as newspapers and magazines carried her picture. The second child of Captain Ferg Kyle and Anna Elizabeth Kyle, she was born in 1865. In 1891 she married George Door Hartson. They lived in Dallas, Laredo and Avino, Mexico. Mr. Hartson was an Electrical Supervisor with a mining syndicate in Mexico when he met his death. Mrs. Hartson returned to Kyle with his body and their two children, Louie Kyle and Alline. Another daughter was born after his death, but died during the flu epidemic in 1920. After Mrs. Hartson returned to her home town, named for her father, she served as postmistress from 1902-1923. In 1937, while she was out of town, the citizens elected her mayor as a write-in candidate. During her term of office a municipal water system was built, the fire department was updated and the town was clean. She set a good example in cleanliness and the city hall yard was beautiful.