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GREER WEEKLY SUN.
VOL. 5.
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MANGUM. OKLAHOMA. THI'KSOAY. FKHKI'AKV 14. Wl.
NO. :r.
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22 Experienced Salesmen*
_ _ w C^y~\ ThS Second to non# in the
Keep TToiar OEL ^"CLe Li«s ckT,«fc
CHIGflGO UVE STOCK COMMISSION COMPANY,
(V fleer? at Chicago^ St Louis arid Kansas City.
Money to loan on CKttle for 3. 6, 9 or 12 months on
the very be*t possible terms.
For furiber information call on or address,
•St Milk
SERVICE
• l*\u"SUR'*s8EI>/S
vkXnciunE.v^/
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thos. j. zook,
JL.Qrent.
vStp m Mangum, Okla
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OKLA.
J. F. HAMILTON,
MERCHANT
S-E Corner Sqnaro, MAH001.
DAWSON & DAWSON,
physicians a surgeons.
Mangum, Okla.
Diseases of Women and Children a
•lutL *r '«"•
Oflice second door West of Posto ce.
W. H- BEAUCHAMP, JR
FIRE & fOSM^O W iOftAR'-B.
Corresponded e Solicited. Office o„
gouth Hide of Square Over Boyd &
Lawrence's Furniture Store.
MANGUM! - " 0kUb0m'1-
Sreer County *?/ows Sterns*
Jurnishta by Spsciat Sun Reporters.
PROGRAM.
1 cachet's Institute at Navajoe,
March 8th and 9th.
T. J. WWOI, «.
Mimt- U*w
S. Photo Callery.
F0WLi.lt BORDER. I. #•
Sielit Calls-
Koom 1, Blalork R W S- '
Drs. BORDER &DOOSON.
Office in Border & Dodson
Building on South Side Square.
X-Ray examination S to>10 P- m.
Office Hours 12 M. to 6 P. M.
c. HOLME8'
DENTIST.
Mangum, Okla.
Office south side square.
PRAIRIE HOME.
The Hinging convention was at-
tended by a large delegation here
lust Sunday, two Miss Sanderlan*
of Loanoak, Miss May Litchfield.
of Aaron; and other delegates
were present.
Mr. B-niik, of Prnirie Grove,
A'rk., and father of Wni. and
Stephe Brunk, of this neighbor
hood is here on a visit.
Mr T. L. Stokes has just re-
turned from Mangum where he
purchased a wagon load of new
furniture to go iu his new house.
It's a new boy at Jno. S. l>ick
son's. Mrs Dicksou is getting
along poorly.
Cotton picking is still in order, j tugj. j M. Dale,
but many are plowing for .another j Morman. Yeldell
crop.
Lee and Engineer Chisum,#of
Altus, were dowuat tho j*ouven
tion Sunday.
A. A. May is building a new
residence.
The small pox has about run its
course and quit us.
A heavy snow fell Sunday which
was a welcome guest,
\V. F. Fuqua will move to Altus
in a few days and Mr. J. O, Mar
tin of N. C-, will occupy his place
at Prairie Home; Klondike
friendship
is necessary to a man's hap-
piness, but It Is not mere
friendship that brings the
people for miles around
Mangun to this store. It is
knowledge of the loci that
we can save them money on
CROP
MAKING
IMPLEMENTS
JOI1N DEERE
Plows, Planters and Cultivator*.
Hey Neel. M. D. O. W. DCS. M.D.
NEGL & DOSS,
physicians & surgeons,
Mangum, Okla.
DR. BUXTON,
SPECIALIST: - A11 Medical and
Surgical Diseases of the
EYE, EAR, NOSE
and THROAT.
OKLAHOMA. CITY, °-T-
°aTY BARBERSHOP
For up-to-date w« rk.
Unt and Cold Baths.
Hot anu wv OVKRTOS>
Sooth Side or Squ*r£AlifGIjMi o. T.
saltwomTS®^
SALTON.
Will vou please allow space for
a peice in your paper?
Since the rain and misty weath-
er has been here the salt force is
in doors shoveling salt and gener-
al repairs in doors, while the horse
ringler is out after his old trade.
The stockmen Tn general are out
in the rains, while'we girls are in
chatting aud having' a gay old
time. .
Salton looks dull now since the
few daye of misty weather. When
the suu shines out agaiu the flats
will begin to be pretry and white
with salt, while the cedars will
wave their evergreen branches in
the air, swinging out over blufts
and in the canyons, making a
beautiful scene the year round.
When spring comes we will have
a beautiful variety of wild flowers
with them are many different
iihrubs and grasses which* when
formed in* a nice duster make a
beautiful boquot. Then in the
salt flat the pretty white salt <*p
FBIDAY 7:30 P. M.
Music.
Invocation.
Welcome address.—El more Tay
loir, Navajoe.
Respons"—Houston Starkey,
Martha.
Entertainment by Navajoe
Graded Academy
Enrollment of teachers
Saturday 9:3U.a m.
"How Shall wh do Practieal In
siitue Work?—Luke Roberts, Al-
Mangum; Prot.
Miss Mary Kir-
i by. Navajoe.
10:30: "How Shall we Inspire
our Pupils to Higher Educational
Attainments?"—W A. Cooksey.
Manguai; A. M Stewart, Granite;
Mrs. J M Dale, A«ius; V. B.
Smith, Plue Valley; Mrs. Flora
Kirby. Whites.
11;30. Address—Sup't.
wards.
12, NOON.
1:30. Busioess meeting.
2 p. tn. "Shall we give a
Wednesday afternoon to Reading
good Books and Periodicals?"
Fred C. tjwitzer, Granite; Rev. E.
P. Stuart, Dunbar; Ed Dale, Lone
Oak; Dave Stuart, Wheatland^
3 p. in. "Shall we Petition for
a more Liberal law in Pielerence
to usiug the Bible in Public
Schools?"—E. 0. Orbifon. Cotton-
wood; K. C. Cox, Granite; W. H.
Dickey, Navajoe; Prof Jones,
Rivet side; Mrs, Vida Williams,
Victor*; Miss Laura Canter,
Aaron; Prof. Wharton, Warren.
4 p. m. Question Box.
7.30 p. m Lectures by Sup't,
Hopkins aud Pres.* Boyd of the
University.
All are cordially invited to at-
tend.
Teachers are Requested to come
early Friday evening so thai
homes may be a6sigfied them.
Committee.
"Tfied and True" makes are the only
ones Good enough for our Customers.
everything the
farmer needs
in his "biz."
RUDE & HAMILTON
I ATTENTION!
Married.
Miss Effle Ray. of Cbillittotlio,
and Wilson MeCauley, of Lincoln.
Okla., were married Sunday even
pill* ■ ■* — _j_ . "*** ■"* . Okla., were tnarnea ouu«j c.^>,
Make and Carry Grades. | pears to be snow and ieicleo hang-1 ^ ^ ^ re8ideuco of R. A. Wil
7iU Exchange Salt for young stock „.g on the draiuems and troughs. ,iuui8 at lhU plaCe. Rev. C. K
We Make ano \- rry —-—r
"Will Exchange Salt for young stock
farm produce, general merchandise.
We carry . nice line of General Mer-
cbandise. _
Xj_ J. obaket.
I. A. BYNUM
...TOHSOfMAL ARTIST.
KiTce Ste.n^aundry.
Rev. Seargeanl, of Madge, made
a call at Salton, bitched his horse
to a small tree on a bill side; his
borse became restless aud w !!i
ed up catching the saddle horn on
tbe iree which raised thq horse olT
tha grooudand every time the
hort-e would jump he would swing
up and down, bat finally succeed
liatns at this place. Rev. C. N.
N. Ferguson officiating. The
happy couple left Monday mom
iug for Lincoln, Greer couuty,
Okla , where tbey will reside iu
ike future.—Quanah Observer.
Qo to
Wholesale
Agenti lor
Just South of Depot.
Statement of Health Board.
As wo are daily receiving inquir-
ies concerning the vaccination
proclamation, we make the follow.
ing statement and report:
Wo have eudeavored to do our
duty as a Health Board, in control.
Ed- Hog and stamping oir smallpox in
this country, employing the only
three methods of doing's, viz
Quarentiuing, Detaining, und Vac
cmating. \ •
We know lhat to maintain i
quarantine is expensive, at the
same lime it is indispensible, and
we have had fo labor under great
disadvantages, owing to the fact
that theie is no money, at present,
io the treasuary for that purpose,
und the commissioners offered no
support in this method, hut rather
discouraged the idea; as a result
the majority of th* merchants in
Mangum refused to advance any-
thing for the maintainance of
quarantine, sounder these circum-
stances we decided to employ vac-
.•ination. a method that is employ-
ed all over the world, and is being
employed at the present time in
Texas and many other states.
If half as much had been said
encouraging vaccination as has
bteeu snid2o discourage if, small
pox would have been a thing ol
the past iu Greer county. j
Now a word to those who have 3*
oot been vaccinated: My dear^
people, we are going to have troo $
bl® with small pox in this country ^
for the next two years, unless you *
are vaccinated and the sooner it is!
done the better it will be for the
country. It is a duty you owe to
your country, your neighbor, your | 5-
familjr and yourself. , f > TahlA
We have passed the order of ,^ 2
compulsory vaccination as requir Ij S
Bradford & Trulock
■=" ICE. COAL anil FLOUR.
Best Soft Wheat Flour
In the World.
p. b. struble, Local Manager, \

DOC TALLEY'S
Livery Stable,
mj MEETS ALL TRAINS.
Calls Made in any part of the City.
New «^ks<Cflrefur Driver*. ^ ™"
^vlarLg-a.m.,
Q-trlaTiC
9siee2e8seei 8^6iss5®a®eeee5®8'
^ JOHNSON HOTEL
Mangum Commercial Headquarte.
experienced nANAOEflENT. ^
laroe rooms,
nf-w furniture....
ppiied W'th the
lartei
"I
Important to Travelers.
.p aud do. . b.< finally M«e."l Jaoa.ry | b.d ,„ak.
,d ,,, ..i «ns back an l genii,* Ualing boa«e« an,l lancb cnnnlei l fur
ea in sw.bk K , i«l*od Route, west of
|>by ietan «• Sor^eoo.
jl Lai*11tl*t n>"^<
manucm - •
looae.
, 1 would like to see the Greer
■ roiuty sun shine 00 at Salion ai d
dnv- the mut away and ioa>e the
! tslt go to fviporsting aud get the
'••k to sparkle io the beautilol
Mhliglit glit«*« lik' dia-
OKLA. r.ds, Ia,° Lwo'
ed bv law, have em lojed pbysi
eisns all over the county to. give
.k !you free vaccination, and have
lDe| our own arrauge-
, r„enta for vaccine virns. We
of the Rock Ielaod Route. w®#*ofj have doDe our duty, it ia not our
the Missouri River will be auder i|||€>utiwn lo i„dict any ooe who
the direct charge of ,be D,n,n,f; refo,€(l to be vacoia-ied. the re-
C r Dep«r* eet end will be oper ^ Jefi wiTh yoU
a ted 00 same lines thai have g-ven ^ ^ gQQo oat lbui
the Rock Island ll.ning r«r their ^ reqairin< „.noo, children to
excelleat repotauon thrwtighoai I —
First National Bai
OF ^a2TO"CTM-
aL-n yum. Oroer Oo- O- T
leervative Banking
i the west,
33-4t.
ItfM.Ubtd o>
Business 8o1ieded 00 Soaod. C«

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