The Mangum Star. (Mangum, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 19, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 18, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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Every Time You
Buy a Cigar
You are paying for a certain amount of enjoyment If your enjoy-
ment is spoiled by a cigar of poor quality you nave good reason to be
sore—not so much for the money you wasted, but rather because of
the satisfaction you looked for and missed.
Who are you going to blame ?
If you simply ask for 44 any good 5-cent cigar * chances are you'll
get one that isn't "any good."
Isn't it plain that you ought to know who makes your cigars—so
you can place the blame for the disappointment in the right place and
know whose cigars to avoid in future.
And isn't it still more important for you to
know who make* the good cigar*, so
that every time you buy you can look
for the brand a of that manufacturer,,
We have made it easy for you to distinguish the cigarft we make
by stamping the boxes of our different brands with the Triangle A
Whenever you see this Triangle A merit mark on a cigar box you
know it marks one of the brands of the *manufacturer who is
willing to responsibly guarantee quality and value.
• Whether our brands are better value and better quality than the
irresponsible brands of other manufacturers we leave it for vou to
judge. We sell our cigars strictly on their merits. We know tney are
the nest cigars made—and for the sake of your own smoking enjoy-
ment you can't discover this fact for yourself any too soon..
Look for the Triangle A and know
what you are getting before
you pay out your cash.
For convincing proof of the better quality for which the
44Triangle A" stands try
WMiiMMU Aad Of UMNi *
Umm 1*1-, wMge eaglM *"
*rf|sa • to all
Every box is now extra-wrapped in glassine paper
to insure freedom from dust and make sure the cigars
will be kept in good condition until the box is opened.
AMERICAN CIGAR COMPANY, Manufacturer
Architect and Engineer
Designs for all c'asses of Structures, Reinforced Concrete, Heating and
Lighting. Designs and Consultation for all kinds of Building a specialty.
PHONE 363 MANGUM OKLA.
I have received my Spring line of
It is now ready for yonr inspection. The
right. Call and see it.
R. C. HANNAH
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larttiiaa a>acbiaary. lawbol4 «uu-l «ia «reai eaiaaprlaaa *4 ika omwUjr. •?««•>• l!£,
•> ad luraKure. limb «M4« aie aad re frjfw are oaly tanb Win. par 4«aea. ' • April IfJT. at Ifea
iail tume lu Manaaut «bea yoa *aai *a4 a«ae to be ba4 a( tbat. *n4 **•
to aiMrlt up. it le ibe raoiiMrcul and rblebana eona>aa4 a bUC
tailtuad eeater t>f ibe great aoaib ou i aay aea«mi of ibe )«ar,
•eat ara ready raab at all limea, — .
. I..ideal Ituoaareira "American ter eouairy on aartb lor p> allry tbaa • *««J a « pwl « aal«irill
l lab," la rapldlf lacreailaa. lie ba4 Oreer « abty. aad tbo 4nd beat •' '"!'?•'? **>J" ••
uuKlml ibe |oiiu«taa aa liara Henry brnda are thriving *>o tla fa-ma. Sl1* a*la iiaiaiy of ilrear *M
*1. \\ uiiii.')^oh i T. Wallace. William Tb«ro are no aommoa cblcarna ta 11,14 a bare all peraoaa lnteraaia4 aay
K. Cbau-.ler, Herbert W. Ilrown, Al- (Jrrer County. Iba c*'Unty ougbt to ai''"'*r * r nieei ine aaae. ^
i u I'erarr, Urorge H. Uiielo*. b4*e 100 cblckan rancbaa. ,n '"•I'mwj' 1
Ibomaa C. P an. Uellamy SUrrer. Hen. « ' •*< my band and itW in*I (of aaM
« ■ !• tillutdii an4 Uallu« and laai out ®ttrt i Joimw nL\r\w^*
aoi eaai, K. W. Harilmin. ibe rail- Per Oaadnaaa tak« Oan't Tr«§| Him. '*®7 . « , . . il?*
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™. *u, i lJ """••• ' **—•" win. i.u: N.«e..
lu be. 'rr ••ro'n* 'he }.<rilic acaJrn* imo Territory of Oklahoma. County a(
The espreaa companiea ara to atamt Charlaa A. Wneelar «h« wa* at one Greer.—aa. In piobata Court,
eiutuiiuttiion t^>ior« tno enter-aiaia time Uu ir ajj*-M. uut la n«t w w. jft ,j,0 num, f at tho eatata ot P.
l< niu« rc<j i <>inuiUak.n aa to their Tho lett. r *aya th.it I barle* !• *«<ry w. Jlclle®. drceaao..
me.huda of mturil ii and dlacrlmiua- much of a • humbug" a "OonBdeno * NoUea la hereby given that AMaoA.
i.on, a* well un the railroatU.lt st-ema man. "Krafter' bluffer, etc McRea tha duly appointed and qualb
tiiai I'ucl-i Haiu U to have a general After Informlnr ua that thla Mr (ted executrix of tha aetata-of P. W.
bouHu diguing and ahaklug op tbia Wheeler "diniflamnl" th« people of v.-R. e haa rendered and rarentadlbr
aprlng. Shawnee and hurroundln^ countr;.. M>n|ement., and (lied In aald eoorl
The Nailonal laauo for Prci4<lentln th "Humana Society" by lta prenl- her Una! accouut and report of bar B4-
IboK u dry rallroada and .rraKated Idenl. proceeda tuua: mlnlatratloo aa auca executrix gat
r*i«roads. Tna democrat^ party wanta "W •> ahould come to your town that Friday, tha 3rd day of Vf, A.
ail itie water aqueeaed out, wn.le tbo and atlemrt to organizo a Humane D., 1907 being a day of a reguttr
rt publican* waul It to remain, tiryau Society of any kind or deacrlptlon, term of aaid court, to-lt: of tha May
It is *uld will chainpton tbo dry aad whether under the name of Wheeler term, A. p. 1907 at 10 o'clock la tha
Koo.-iveit the wet or Irrigated roada. or not, «top him at tho atari, becauso forenoon of aaM dar, at bo ;robat«
if all the water was squeezed out of a it wil turn out a traud" from the oourt room In the dtjr f Mangum to
man there would be only 25 per cent word go. and after he haa boarded off aald oounty of Greer, haa been duly
of him left, oo that If a man weighs the good people for a month or so and appointed by the said omnt, lor gg*
15o pounds and 'aa compressed by collected all the money he can, will tlement of aald account, at wucBtWg
this new process, he would weigh but KO Just as he haa In this case. Of *""? aay paraoa Interested
37 1-2 founds. There would be a great course we "discharged" him and com- aald estate may appear and nia a
saving in human anatomy if this pel led him to go, but we want him out exceptions ia writing to tna aoscuav
achome was applied. And, It Is said,
If all the water wag taken out of
railroad Btoc^s they wouH be depro-
cla ed 50 per cent, so that instead of
■".■■•r "ol "" opo° STumSti.oimwIS
them any tonger. _. ' Of said court this 3n4 day of MarlHV.
Wheeler has left Shawnee. | (gea|) J ARRET ;OJD,
40-41 Probate Judga.
A Coal Proposition:
We are now in a rosilion to fur-
bish COAL in any quantity.
Correct You Are.
i Goliad Guard: Although very lit-
tle rain haa fallen at Charco since
' the middle of last December, we are
told that many of that p'ace Lave corn
up, and among them E. G. Stockley
I wuDiii we are tou. lias a ~ooa stand
of corn up. If rain comes any time
this month Charco will be in the
swim. Mr. Stockley plows early and
deep, which Is one of the secrets of
his agricultural success.
i Fortunately for Charco and other
places relatively situated, the matter
of rainfall, while stin of vast import-
ance, Is not so overwhelmihgly Impor-
tant now as in past years." Dry farm-
ing " is no idle dream. It has be-
come an estafallsned policy in many
j pliicts where ibe rainiall is not so
"pendab'e as at Charco. And if it
shall develop this year that the sea-
son in some portions of Texas are
® not so dependable as they should be,
dfc the "dry farming" system will make
possible successful agriculture where
Q successful agriculture in past years
was not. We are a progressive peo-
W pie, and are learning something new
A and something good every year.—
8 ' The Greer county farmer who
jfe adopts the "Dry farming" system will
^ raise a crop rain or no rain, and when
^ the theory Is once understood the
veriest, 'greeny" will see the phil-1
osotfhy of It. 1
The Star has already stated it
several times, but it will pay to keep
It before the public especially as a
great many predict this to be a d. y I
| Dry farming, called the Campbell
system. Is rimply to plow the ground
luet-p, eigh,t cr tea inches, early in the
sp-4nr, use sr;r i seci. of course, th a
cultivate shallow, that Is just cultl-J
\te ..• surface. Keep the surface i
continually stirred and pulverized asj
near a fine <!ust as it is p^slide. And
the dryer th' season the more you
r-tir the ground. Never nMnd if your
corn Mades (if It be corn) curl upanl
look me a cigar wrapper. It Is no
sign that the crop Is hart as some
, suppose, the curl will be a'l out of
It by the next morning and your
, blades and stalk will be a nice dark
I If there Is any doubt about this
i theorv working to perfection, try rt
on s small patch. In any event there
caa be nothing to lose as. If wehav
eighteen billion dollars worth of rail-, where he has gone we do not know, >
read wo would haie but nine billion I we understand, however, that he haSj
dollars That Is quite a shrinkage, (gone to some other town In this state
but not so much as the 'oss of huuaau t.:) organize another society and perpe- Come Quick.
ity, and yet rather than have the rai'- trate the name "htlm^}ut;• .and "graft". ■ A lady wanted for general house
road stock de-watered, railroad mig jt€ is a good bluffer, * iputs up a work, middle age lady preferred. Will
nets would rather stand the compres-
, pay good wages. Call on or address
'• strong talk, a good appearance, is of, pa.
sion of their anatomy, or give up sev-. jredium' height, heav;, set portly mar Mr . G. W. Winbarn, P. O. Box *2,
enil billion doMfers to elect a pn si- very dark hair minded witu a few'tMangum Okla. 40-tf
dent who jvould not drain the stocks rrav hairs, and usuavy wears a trim-
dry. How is that for the paramount n,^ i,ear; and makes a good lmpres- The poimatier sisters are the beat
I sion upon a stranger.
issue of 1908.
James Melton of the Hotel Harris,
of this city, is the best known and
olJeat hotel man ih the great scmh-j By REV. L. C.,BIROH. Pres.
west. He began :n Texas wiion but | What a dandy hand Charles would
:boy, and for 40 years he nas catered have made as a member of the con-
to the appetites ail comfo/ts .>f his eiitutional convention.
guests in Texas and OKlahoma. He
has taken more (politicians, cattlemen, j T PoArman sens real or>tateano
m rchants, bankers, f. rmers andother ,
u en ''-y tb • hand and called them by maRes • r 1 and clty
name, than- any other man in the '-n City National bank.
that ever come to Mangum. See them
at the opera house Saturday April II.
OKLA. STaTE HUMANE SOCIETY. Tickets on sale next Monday at Logfct
Pure Texas honey at 5® cents a
quart. Half gallon $1.00 at Allen's
Coal Yard. 39-t*
See him ;
Jan. TI. Daniel, Notary Public,
Oklahoma Trading Co.
Here are a few of our prices >howing what cash
20 lbs Granulated sugar $1.09
10 lbs. White Figs $1.00
10 lbs. Whole Evaporated Apples $1.00
10 lbs. 3 Crown Raisin* $1.00
Seed Potatoes 70c
Corn Per Case $1.30
Corn Per Dozen 60c
2 Plugs Black Bear Tobacco Me
1-2 Gal Competition Soightnn 20c
80 ox can K. C. Baking Powder.. 80
2 Cans Lapanza Early June Peas .Id
1 pound No. 1 Grain Black Pepper .15
X 3-pound can Tomatoes '.0
3 3-Sb cans Uiipeuled Peaches.. 25c.
1 3-pound can Fears 10
1 1-pound can Salmon (Tall) 10
3 Cans Potted Ham 10c
2 Cans Vienna Sausage 15c
4 1-lb box Arm fc-H«mmer Soda.. 25c
4 Cans Lye « 2Sc
1 1 pound prckage Seeded Raisins .10
3 Boxes Seaich I.lght Matches.. 10c
10 lbs Coffee, Rio. ' $1.00
S pounds *Rio Coffee $1.00
1 5-lb box Oat Meal 20c
7 Bars Clarett Soap 25
1 Gallon Canned Apples 25c
1 Bottle Lemon extract, 2 oa.... 8c
1 bottle Vanilla extract 2 ox. 8c
100 lbs Granulatid Su<ar $5.00
30 pounds No. 1, Navy Beans... .$100
14 lbs. No. 1, Fancy Head Rice. .$1.00
20 pounds Good Rice $1.00
Prunes 25 lbs $1.00
30 lbs. Hominy Flake $1.00
1 Sack Ben Hurr Flour $1.00
1 Sack Yukon's Best Flour 95
1 Bu Colorado Potatoes 90c
Onions per pound 2c
2 lbs Star Tobacco 85e
I Dozen Cans Bleck Berries..$1.0f
3 1-1> package soded raisins 2Be
Phone 275 •
Sis dry s« asr a. which U>e Star does not
,*et beller*. yoa woot raise aa>thiag
by the Ortl irelhrd saywav. then wfcy
not try stub* other plan that at leaa.
at rite* pronl e of sa-vess. T* e Sews
™" i. ■ skua If aars that "dry
M. E. Milam & a I
Sites pro a. I
Is rtxfct «h< a It sar*
bralsg* U a«< Idle dream
Tse Keeaedy*a laaUhe
Strap. - Ch'Urra like Ha peasat
taste. Ceotslas aa egriatoa, hot dil *a
the eoH oat thrwagh the
Made la eaofanaRr •• P*rs ^ada^d
Orgs hw aim■■■*•■ l m* asii
br the cup Drat Mm
See that vou get Golden Gate Coffee, "Tea,
Spice a«d Extract. "Sold on Merit."
If anyone wishes to purchase Coupon Books
we will allow 5 per cent discount to them
Qui Motto. - """fX'Zr.&'SZ.-r"'
Oklahoma Trading Co.
9Ut Square ------ !!«■*«•,Okte
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Echols, R. C. The Mangum Star. (Mangum, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 19, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 18, 1907, newspaper, April 18, 1907; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc280682/m1/3/: accessed June 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.