The Mangum Star. (Mangum, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 18, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 12, 1905 Page: 4 of 10
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Crm Pm Hamilton,
The Big Busy Hardware an:! Implement Store of the Southwest, wl
th twenty thousand square feet of flo'irspace filled full with the best line of
Hardware, Queensware, Stoves, Buggies, Wagons, Harness, etc., ready to be
handed out to the consumers at the ljwest living margin.
U STYLES AND SlftS
fOR EVtitr UNO OF F'Jt
BEAR THIS TRADE-MAM
Hrcar, o/ imilallotn
Are you anxious about It when choos
ing anything in this line?
If so come to the store where only
reliable makes are sold.
The most complete line ever assem-
bled under one roof In Greer countv
Our line of stoves in which we can
justly feel a special pride, embraces
the Garland, the world 's best cook
stove. Golden Rule Cooks and Heaters,
BUCKS celebrated Hot Blast Heaters,
the genuine Beckwlths' Round Oak
Heaters, the Original Coles* Hot Blast
Heaters, and last but by no mean?
least the Great Majestic Range, of
world wide renown.
YOU could not find, no matter where
you might go, such an array of mud
ern up-to-date stoves as we carry. All
bought direct from the makers in
quantities to secure the lowest prices
We will not only supply you with the
best lines made but will make big sav
Ings for you in the prices as well as
your fuel bill.
''OJ VAA lQ6f VH' %'\'OPYl4'/ <r/
Sewing Machines, Washing
Machines and Wringers
Lighten the burden of the House
Wife with one of our Velox or New
Home Sewing Machines, Ocean Wave
Washers and Easle Wringers. If you
was your wife you would not be with-
Saddles and Harness
All at the old price not one cent ad-
vance. Notwithstanding the advance
in leather goods, we are entbled to
keep them down by reason of having
placed big orders early. We make big
savings for you in leather goods.
To these lines we carry the won known Moon Bros. Vehicle, and John Deere Buggies; New Mollne Flor-
wV n« Fvprvtme of them mada from the best selected materials by experienced workmen and guaranteed
en« a f,;SL; ® : We are ln a poTtion, by reason of the large quantities In which we contract them, to
offer you special LCHV PRICES and easy terms. You will neglect your own interests not to see us, get our
prices and terms, examine our goods before making any purchase.
Make your table pretty dainty and
Inviting. A profusion of elegant de-
signs in Queen Bware, Lamps, etc.
Guarantee to not crackle or craze.
C. P. HAMILTON
WEST SIDE SQUARE,
THE MANGUM STAR
R. C. ECHOLS, Editor and Proprietor.
JNO R. DANIEL, Local Fdltor.
•ubscrlpilon, per year $1.30
Blx Months 60
Correspondence solicited fron all
parts of the county. Advertising
mtes made known on application.
■ntered at the postofflce at Mangum,
Okla., as second-class matter.
DID ROOSEVELT KNOW.
"Was President Roosevelt aware buttons, and he should let It be known
that nearly $50,000 of the money be- that he' does not endorse such corrup
Jonging to the widows and orphans tlcn. Under the circumstances we
In the New York Life Insurunce com- think a word from the president 1?
pany was contributed to the funds strictly in order.—Fort Worth Record.
for his election?" Secretary- Loeb
was asked. Of course Loeb's reply! le actfr thfm
does not distinctly assert that the | LAWSON IS AFTER THEM,
president did know, but the public | Thomas W. Lawson, wh holds the
will infer that the fact of the contrl- proxies 0f 10,COO policy holders, wil
but!~n wag known to the president. ca]] conventlon |n New York soon
gcrs, such divers! m ,,f true'. money John A. McCall, present of the
Is a do-Me crlm<-. New York Life Insurance company.
The Insurance Investigation now He says he wiu senii the "insurance
under way In New York should be fterg„ tQ prlscn._oklahoman.
thorough enough to scrutinize all , s, t
such expendltlres of money. The
officials responsible for certain cam-
paign donations should not only be
made to return the amounts to the
treasuries of the companies, but
every one of them should be removed.
They are not fit to administer trust
funds. They are not good citizens.
Life insurance roust be rescued
from the control of such men or the
people will lese confidence In the
companies. And the president of
the United States owes It to the coun-
I try to help the movement along. He
was the beneficiary of these contrl
Information on this point should be
specific, however did the president
know and did he approve of the ac-
ceptance of the donation? And does
be think that It Is proper for life In-
to start a war on the men ho style?
"Insurance thieves." He says:
"I propose to the policy holders
of this country that they organize
■urance companies to ra'd the trust arld tj,en appolnt delegates, one dele-
funds eomrrltted to their keening In (q ey flye Qr ten or flfty p0„.
°Tt: \° Ti0" tbe 6r 8 ex holders In a town or county. Let
% ^asTeen shown that In three these delegate, come on to New York
past presidential campaigns the New and there meet 10,000 delegates from
York T/ife gave about $150.0_ o to the other parts of the Union.
republican campaign funds. There „j am prepare(i to bear the pre-
Enlw did Xwl.e.^UwM "aljTbJy "mlanry expense of such a more
a breach of trust and a violation of ment; w e will engage Madison
the New York code, and If the presl- gqUare Garden and hold daily meet
dent knew of such transactions he „
failed In his dutv In not putting a lnP8,
•top to It. Ho hed his campaign man-1 "By such a show of strength we
agement under his own thumb. He can command the respect of any leg
apnilnted the chairman of the com- |S|Btlv0 investigating committee,
irlttfp because he wontei to no aure , .
that the campaign was properly con- Such a committee would Investigate
ducted. along the lines desired by such
The question now l«| will the re-lan influential and Intelligent body of
publican officials of New York let men
thp matter drop when It Is clearly
their dutv to proofed atralnst the men J "At that time I will present to that
who misused their trust furriw? It committee of policy holders—not a
may be that those ^ninanlw have 'n ro„vontl.,n of Ufe ,niuranco
the past contributed to democratic ... ,, . ,
eampal-m funds. If so, 1e tho truth sitting down to feastB provided by
ho trade known and let suits be filed McCall and Hyde, rivalling the feas's
for the recovery of everv dollar. No Luott|iUB and paid for with policy
clt'r"i. In paving premiums to life ' '
In Burn r re corporations, dc k>« so to holders' money-a diagram of the
h„.„ tlm troney diverted to campaign buildings of Now York wherein the
uses. Citizens of all the states are fun(jg nro secreted. the homes of the
irtArnste' Terss pti"s several mil-
lions n veir to these life companlei. "en built by plundering policy hold-
not to be used In corrupting the s'if-,ers, and thrn on red letters on that
fri>"'\ but to be conserved for ,\Unfcram I will muk '20 Broadwuy,'
welfnre of widows and orphans. | ())e hom# Qf (hQ Rtanrtanl olli lhe
Huch donsHo^wonld b.hWchl(f crIm)nal on thQ u#t,(
pTnded^for he most pralsewnrthv I Lawn n declares Uiat 150-mllllon
r> b"t. when It Is considered' dollars had been stolen from Ufa In-
how the elcctors'e g mtrance p< llcy holders In the United
the last thre^ prealdontlnl rflnipni!?iia
by the republican campaign maiia- j SUtes and gives th« lie dlrsct to
SLACK BUSINESS METHODS.
The Oklahoman's Guthrie corres-
pondent makes a timely point In call-
ing attention to the fact that there
1b often from *800,000 to $900,000 of
territorial funds In Treasurer Ram-
bo's hands and only a personal bond
af but $100,000 behind the same. The
condition pointed out seems '.o
strongly suggest the need of more
These funds are deposited in a num-
ber of banks over the territory which
.'urnish approved warrants as securl-
y. A bank failure would not afTest
hem, but It Is, r.evoriheltss, i-asy to
see how they may be dissipate 1 with-
jut the territory being Indemnified
n the full amount of tlve same.
It Is no reflection up^n Treasurer
tambo to say that his bond is whol-
y Insufficient. No one Imagines he
desires a dollar which Is not his own
yet*this Is a mighty slack way of
iolng business. Sound business prin-
ciples admit of taking nothing for
granted, but proceed upon the theory
that full Indemnity Is necessary In
all cases where risks are incurred.
The difficulties witnessed In Kan-
sas and Indiana recently, whero the
stale treasurer suffered in each In-
stance because of Insufficient bonds,
seems to suggest that no chances be
taken In Oklahoma. We can afford
'o be none too careful whli<- passing
through our formative period. More-
need credit? Do they help you
your sickness or misfortune? The
Star has at this office one of theso
mail-order catalogues, and we will
gJaly undertake to prove to anyone
who Is sufficiently Interested that by
a comparison of prices and goods,
any business man whose advertise-
ment appears In this paper will do
as well by ycu as these foreign con-
cerns who are through with a custo-
mer just as soon as they separate
him from his money.
Territory of Oklahoma,
County of Qreer.—ss.
In Probate Court.
Estate of Thomas Taylor deceased , d f (he Kr gepteml)er term.
The petition of W. N. Adama as tho ZTl
for hearing the same.
And it is hereby ordered, by th*
court that Saturday the 2f day of Oc-
tober, A. D 1905, at the hour of It
o'clock a. in., of said day, tuat being
SCHOOL ROOMS CROWDED.
administrator of the estate of Thomas
Taylor, deceased, having been pre-
sented to this court, praying that nn
order be made, authorizing said peti-
tioner to sell the whole, or so much,
and such parts of the real estate do
scribed In said petition as tho court
shall Judge necessary and beneficial,
at private sale; and it appearing to
u"seem^~lmporsibTe "for" the "school1 the court, fiom such petition, that It
boards of Oklahoma to keep pace is necessary to sell tho whole, or some
with the Increasing population. At portion of such real estate, for th"
Wanette the children of four rooms purpose and reasons mentioned in sal I
are crowded Into two and similar re- petition; therefore, said petition will
ports are found in tho exchanges be filed herein, and a time appointed
from all parts of the territory.—Guth-, time for hearing said application,
rlo l.eader. jwhen and where a^y person lnterest-
Manguoi Is an exception. If you ed may contest said petition by filing
please. Compared with her size written opposition thereto on the
^ 7 v , ... ground of Incompetency of the appll-
and population, Mangum a school fa- cau, of may aai)t,n hla own rt(,ht8 to
cllltles are perhaps better than any the administration and pray that let-
other town in the territory. She ha« ters be issued to himself.
five school buildings—three one-story ri Witness Jarret Todd, Judge of the
, „f , ...I Probate Court of the County cf Greer,
buildings, a two-story store st.uc.uro anU th(} aea) of (ho cQurt amx0() |he
and a four-story brick building, Just 21gt ot geptcmber, A. D. 1905.
completed at a cost cf twenty thous- (3oal) JARRET TODD,
and dollars. Tho facilities aro ado- lU-3t Probate Judge,
quato for fifteen hundred pupils, and j
by crowding them a little two thous-1 Notice of Publication.
and could be cared for. Mangum | Territory of Oklahoma, County of
schools, with Its corp. tf seventeen I ^"^strlct Court of Said County,
teachers. Is doing aU right, thank you. Henry w awbrey. Plaintiff
Tho Oklahoma Tlmos-Journnl makes Mary Ellon Awbrey, Defendant,
a i.a.1 head hit In tho following. I Said defendant, Mary Ellen Aw
Stu, lay two hlghwaytntn In broad brey, will take notice tuat she ha-
daylight on a busy street in New been sued In tho above named cour
Yi.rk City held up a man and at- for divorce and must enswer the p'
tempted to rob him. This was men- tltion fib d therein by said plalntifi
Hone I In tho papers lu a chort artl- (,n or beforo tho 8 day ot Novem-
cle of not in iro than two Inches. Thai ber, 1905, or said petition will be
wa.i an much space as tho incldont taken as true, and a Judgment for
was entitled to, us theso things are (>alil plaintiff In said action for dl
common occurte: c s lu New York vorce aud In the attachment thoroln
and Chicago, but If two iron wcro to minted, will bo reudreed accord-
over, It is customary everywhere tojvvaylaw aoito travoler out on tho ingly.
require bonds covering every dollar | prairies cf Kamas or Oklahoma great Attest; E. M. HEQLER,
handled bv men In chart, ,'f nubile headlines would have boon employed (geal) Cierk ot Sftij Court,
handled by m n in n puni c i ( ^ if vli,!lnoua.i„oklng fel- Uy j w Sproati Depllty. 13 3t
funds, not necessarily be . hu It 'u ;i,,wg wnh troid brimmed hats, trous- j j j>RANK TRIMBLE,
ft ared they ere dishonest, tmt merely | ,.rH |n boots, carrying a very arsenal
aa a precautionary men i" which would have been given ti represent
i He bold robbers of tho plains.
common prudence suggests In every
Instance, and the *am« ought to also
be required here.-—Oklahomun.
The Republican party, In Us treat-
ment of trusts, Is ns inconsistent as
it. Is hypocritical. By Its tariff policy
ii creates and fattens tho very crea-
ir.es whose death It pretends to wnnt
to accomplish. It Is like laying down
tho bars to tho cornfield and then
wanting to shoot tho hogs for rush-
ing In. If It wants to kill tho octo-
Thls Is the season of th ■ >ear when
the grist, catalogue hou ■ . are flood-
ing the country wlih _th ii printed
na'ior. Tho Star guarantees that
r.ny merohn'it. whoso « u rtlsomtnt
appears In this paper will offlor ' pul, lit It take away that upon which
i it i, r,'al:M. prie. n ;•< ' ■ i . ir con- j, ||VC.M Und thrives.—Dallas News,
i! Vred, ns nay be found IIhIi.mI 111
"" "'-'a.. Ten I A lady at Oueda Springs horso;
H V" oar. ih" collect- *h,l)P®d %~n SS£" ft
" rUu "I'll0 water bad anything to
I'oncerus carry you over when you 1 that laoios uso.
1905, of this court, be, and tho same
Is appointed as the time when all per-
sons Interested in said estate are di-
rected find requlied to appear before
his court to show cause why an ord sr
should not be gn nted to sa £ petitloa-
er of said decedent as Is necessary.
And it Is further ordered, that a-
copy of thla order be published four
conte:utlve w -e: s prl r ti a Id hear-
ing in tho Mangum Star, a wee ljr
newsp'jer |U 1 shed In sa'd c unij
nnd be personally served on all per.
soi.s Interested in i aid eita.e, any gen-
eral guardian of a minor so interested
and any legatee or devlsie, or heir of
the deceient, piov'ded they are resi-
dents of said Gte r county, at least
ten days before the time appolnte I 'or
hca lng .ad p-t! ion unleis hey fh II
waive s ich net ce li w ltlng, und sl&
nlfy in writing their assent that aa
order of sale be made as prayed for in
Dated the 14 day of September, A
12-4t JARRET TODD,
(SEAL.) Probate Judge.
Territory of Oklahoma, County of
In the Probate Court.
Notice Is hereby given that on the
21st day of September, A. D. 1905,
'ames Kelly filed in the probate court
>f the County of Grter, nnd Territo
y of Oklahoma, a petition praying
or Letters of Administration to be
isueil to hlmpelf upon tho estate of
!l. E. McCracken, deceased, late of
he County of Greer, and Territory
And pursunnt to nn order of said
probate court, Saturday, the 11th day
of October, A. D. 1905, at tho hour
of 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, thai
being a dny of tho regular October
Term, A. D. 1905, of paid probate
court, has been appointed hs the
tlnio for hearing said application,
when and where any person Interested
m«y contest snld petition by filing
written opposition thereto on tho
ground of incompetency of the nppll-
cant, or may assert his own rights to
tho administration and pray thai let-
ters bo IbsuoiI to himself.
Wltnrps Jarret Todd, Judge of the
Probate CouH of I ho County offlroer,
nnd the seal nf tho coyrt affixed, the
21st. day of September, A. I). 1905,
(Soal.) JAHRET TODD,
13-3t Probate Judge.
Attornoy for Plaintiff.
Territory of Oklnhotnn,
County of Oreor.—ss.
In Probate Court.
Estntn of Thomas Taylor, ducensed.
The petition of W. N. Adams ns tho
administrator of the estate of Thom-
as Taylor, deceased, having been pre-
sunted to this criurt, praying that nn
order bo made, authorizing said peti-
tioner lo sell th" whole, or so much,
and such parts of tho real estate do- DON'T mako your loans with agent
scribed In said petition tho court representing foreign corporations and
shall Judge necessary and beneficial, brokers, but see F. O. IIARLOW. the
at private sale; and It appearing t i
the court, from such petition, that It nomo ma0, 10-
Is necessary to sell tho whole, or somu | *
portion ol such real estnte. for tho j t.aNDS FOR HALE—Ren R. n e
purpose and reason* mentioned In sal I , ...
petition; therefore, said petition W|M | «" t Rogers. 10 miles norh of Sham.
])• filed herein, antl a tlmv appoluto*! | Texaa. Poor in am lorma. 6-tf
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Echols, R. C. The Mangum Star. (Mangum, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 18, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 12, 1905, newspaper, October 12, 1905; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc281141/m1/4/: accessed June 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.