Greer Weekly Sun. (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 28, 1901 Page: 1 of 4
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GREER WEEKLY SUN.
Devoted to the Upboildiuf of Mantrum, and tho Development of Greer County in Particular.
MANHl'M. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY. KKBHIARY 28. 1901.
TNO0. KKI4.Y. /VnriM, THO*. 0. LB. B. O. OVIIRSTHBT. ** V** h*ld* t, JOHN C WHITB. CM A* KKIXUV.
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22 Experienced Salesmen*
ICesrp TTotii on. TTl.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK COMMISSION COMPANY,
Of fine?* at Chicago, St Louis and Kansas City.
^ • Money to lean cn Cattle for 3, 6, 9 or 12 months on
the very best possible terms.
THOS. J. ZOOZC
For further information call on or sddress,
rw tffi t«k Mangum, Okla.
J. F. HAMILTON,
S-E Corner Sparc, MANGUM. OKLA.
DAWSON & DAWSON,
PHYSICIANS A SURGEON S.
Diseases or Women and Children a
All calls answered day or night.
Office second door West or Postofflce.
W. H. BEAUCHAMP, JR-
FIRE & TORHAQ MMAITCB.
Correspondent e Solicited. Office on
South Hide of Square Over Boyd &
Lawrence's Furniture Store.
MANGUM - - Oklahoma.
T. J. MM, M. D.
Rfsidrtrt— 34 door
I. Plsto Gallery.
fowler hokum:, m. d.
Kmh I, Blalofl B'Mg.
Drs. BORDER & DODSON.
Office in Border & Dodson
Building on South Side Square.
X—Kay examination 8 to 10 p. in.
Office Hours—12 M. to 6 P. M.
Office south side square.
LEGISLATURE'S VISIT TO MAN6UM AND GRANITE
A Delightful Run Over the Great Rock Island Route.
RECEIVED IN TRUE SOUTHERN STYLE.
Solons and their Ladies Banquetted at Chickasha, Mangum and Gran-
ite.—A fine View of the Wichita Reservation.—Granite
and Greer County as Seen from the Summit of
From the Guthrie State Capitol.
There have been excursions to
Stillwater, Woodward, Alva and
Edmond. They were all fine but
one that left Guthrie Sunday
morning for Granite and Mangupi
over the Great Rock Island route
leaves the others so far in the
shade that it will take years for
them to catch up.
This excursion was gotten up by
United States Marshal Harry
Thompson, and it was thought at
first that it would not couie oft
until next Sunday Last Thurs-
day night it was deoided that a
week was too long to Wait and
Harry thought so too* Two days
was all be required to get a trnin
into Guthrie Sunday morning It
was thought that Pullman coaches
could be had at Topek , but it was
found that no sleeping or drawing
room cars could be procured any
nearer than Chicago.
Harry was in a quandiy but as
be bad never been downed before
and as he had promised tae legis
lators that they should have the
finest accomodations that could
be procured in the United State#,
be wired Mr. E. W. Thompson, the
assistant general agent of the
Bock Island at Topeka, that the
Pullman's had to come even if
they had to be hauled from Chics-
go. Mr. Thompson responded
nobly, and on Sunday morning the
legislators, press gang and terri-
torial olicers were sitting in the
finest and most luxuriant coaches
tbiB side of Chicago.
Men who have traveled exten-
sively over railroads, north, east,
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- fact that
we can save them money on
Plows, Planters and Cultivators.
"Tried and True" makes are the only
ones Good enough for our Customers.
IN HIS "BIZ."
Continued on Fourth Page.
Ney Neel, M. D. G. W. Doss, M.D.
NEEL & DOSS,
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS,
Office over Moore & Winburn's hard-
ware store. South side of Public Sq.
SPECIALIST:—All Medical and
Surgical Diseases of the
EYE, EAR, NOSE
OKLAHOMA CITY, O. X.
Go to the
For up-to-date work.
Hot and Cold Baths.
F. M. OVERTON,
South Side of Square,
MANGUM. O. T.
We Make and Carry all Grades.
Will Exchange Salt for young stock
farm produce, general merchandise.
We carry a nice line of General Mer-
Xi. J. OHiLNET.
J. A. BYNUM-,
Palace Steam Laundry,
FintNsr lot * ***** Mm.
H. a JONES,
crnrE-ni t«h *«
In 4k I r nt. «wlfc si
ZRaport of the Condition of
The First National Bank
Territory of Oklahoma,
At the Close of Business,
February 5, J90J.
Loans and discounts 177,712,70
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation
Premiums on U.S. Bonds... 18750
Banking house, furniture, and fixtures
Other real estate owned 4219.94
Due from National Banks (not Reserve
Due from approved reserve agents
Internal-Reuenue stamps.... 339.69
Checks and other cash items.. 367.07
Fractional paper currency, nickels, and
Specie 3 494.25
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer
(5 per cent of circulation) 312.50
Capital stock paid in 25,000
Surplus fund 4.000
Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes paid 2.274 70
National Bank notes outstanding
Due to State Banks and Bankers
Individual deposits subject to check
Demand certificates of deposit 2 670.75
Territory of Oklahoma. Count, of
Greer, ss: I, H. Mathewsoe, Cashier of I i T/ n Monev in Amounts
the above-named bank, do solemnly
t-ear that 'he above statement is true
tu the best of my knowledge and belief ,
H. Mathewso*, Cashier, j
Subscribed and .worn to before me >
(ki« -3rd da, of Feb'jr 1901.
J. O McCoULISTKfc, Notary Public I
j (SEAL! Greer County. Okla. Correspond with me.
jc«« j.a.h st. Oscar sm th,
j Attest ti- W Boyd. Director*. I __ A —
1 H. Mai t-* not- Maafwrn, O. T.
Department of the Interior,
United States Land Office.
Mangum. Oklahoma, Jan. 28, 1901.
A sufficient contest affidavit having
been filed in this office by James M,
Longmire, contestant; against home-
stead entry No. 2253, made December
16, 1897 for NE one-fourth Section 9
Township 3 N., Range 22 W., by John
M, Honea Contestee, in which it is al-
leged that John M. Honea has never
established residence on said tract of
land aj, required bv law and has whol-
ly abandoned the same for a period of
more than six months and a day prior
to the filing of this affidavit of contest,
neither has he ever earned said land
by occupancy, purchase, or improve
ment prior to March 16, 1896; that his
abandonment is not due to his employ-
ment in the military or Naval service of
the U S. in time of war.
Said parties are hereby notified to
appear, respond and offer evidence
touching said allegation at 10 o'clock
a. m., on March 15, 1901 before the
Register and Receiver at the United
States Land Office in Mangum, Okla-
The said contestant having, in a
proper affidavit, fiied January 26, 1901,
set forth facts which show that after due
diligence personal service of this notice
can not be made, it is hereby ordered
and directed that such notice be given
by due and proper publication.
H. D. McKnight, Register.
Posted Jan. 28, 1901.
LIQUOR LICENSE NOT CE.
Notice is hereby given tnat W. L.
Pendergralt has filed his petition for
license to sell spirltous, vinous and omit
■iquors in the village of Mangnm.
Greer County. Oklahoma Territory,
add udleas objection thereto in writing
be made and tiled on or before March
3th, lwul. said license will be granted.
Given under uiv hand and seal of
office this 901 b day of Pebv., 1901.
S. It. ECHOLS,
FROM $500 UP
FLYNNS BILL REPORTED TO
Practically the Same as it Passed
the House—Only One
Washington, D. C., Feb. 25.—
The senate committee on public
lauds to day favorably reported
the Flynn bill providing supple-
mental rules and regulations for
the opening of the Kiowa, Com
anche, Apache and Wichita reser
The bill reported is practically
the same as it passed the house,
only one change being made and
that one conferring authority on
the secretary of the interior in-
stead of the president to add por
tions of the new country to coun
ties contiguous thereto, if in his
judgement such action was deem-
CHOCTAW'S OKLAHOMA EX-
Work of Grading the Line to Wa-
tonga Has Been Begun.
Bradford & Trulock
ICE, COAL and FLOUR,
Best Soft Wheat Flour
In the World.
Just South of Depot*
P. B. STRUBLE, Local Manager.
BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS.
Calls Made in any part of the
Guthrie, Ok., Feb. 24.—The
Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf
Railway has unloaded three train-
loads of ties, rails and construe
tion outfit at Geary in the last
forty eiget hours for the new ex-
tension to be built from that place
to Watonga at once. The work of|
grading on the extension began
yesterday and the construction
company in charge agree to have
trains running within sixty days,
A townsite company already has
two towns located oa the exten
sion, which is across the Cana-
dian river frotnl Watonga, and wili|
attempt to break up that town
and compel it to come to then, ae
the railway will not cross tha river
to the old town.
, bJOHNSON HOTEL
\ EXPERIENCED nANAQEHENT, f
\ large rooms, /
I NEW FURNITURE.... I
Supplied W'th the Beat.
Oft in the stilly night a racking
rough doth rob as of that sweet
sleep which nature eeeke to give.;
Simmons' Cough Srrop ie aa in
falible care; untroubled aleep aod
piea-oot «?reams it do«h assure
Gaaraoteed. Pric* 45 aod
First National Bank
OP M ** tsTfyCT^g.
-vvr^-r^y.Greer Co., O. T.
Buaiaeas Solicited 00 Bond, Coneerrativa Uaakieg Bales.
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