The Mangum Star. (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 40, Ed. 2 Thursday, April 1, 1909 Page: 2 of 6
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Being overstocked in certain Styles of Vehicles
and desiring to make a general Clean-up in our ca r
riage reparitory. we have determined to make some
extra special concessions and coming as they do in
the very beginning of the Vehicle Selling Season,
makes this an opportunity that you cannot afford to
pass if you have any intention of either buying now
or later in the season.
NOTE these prices and bring the list with you
so that you may know that we will deliver the goods
just as advertised.
l_No. 44# Anchor Driving Wagon with 1 1-8
Cushion Rubber tires, regular price $110.00
special price S88-50
1—No. 85 Anchor Driving Wagon, steel tire, regular
price $90.00, special price $70>00
6 No. 33 Special Anchor Top Buggies, Steel tires
regular price $95.00, special price $75.00
4—No, 19 Hummer Anchor Top Buggies steel tires
regular price $100.oo, special price $80>00
1 No. 05 Peacock Anchor Top Buggy steel tires,
regular price $95.oo, special price $75.00
\ No 417 Lion Top Buggy steel tires, regular price
$80.oo. special price $62-50
1 No. 685 Lion (Jriving wagon, steel tires, regular
price $70.oo, special price $55.00
1—No. 512 Hercules two seat extension top hack
with break, leather trimmed, regular price $100
special price $82.50
1—No. 522 Hercules Surry, with extension top,
leather trimmed, regular price $95.oo, special
1—Ne. 218 Hercules Top buggy, (two in one) regular
price $85 00, special price . $67-50
1—No. 703 Hercules Top Buggy, regular price, $70
sdecial price $57.50
2—No. 607, Hercules top buggies, regular price
62.50, special price $50.00
1—No. 711 Hercules top buggy, regular pric $70.oo
special price $57.50
4—No. 248 John Deere top buggies, strictly first-
class, regular price $95.oo, special price $75.00
4—No. 205 John Deere top buggies, strictly first-
class regular price. $90, special price. $70.00
The above prices are for cash or approved notes
and are good until entire stock is sold. Don't let
this opportunity to buy a First-class Vehicle at
Manufacturer's cost escape you. Come in at once
while you can get choice of selections.
C. P. Hamilton
FHAMK MATMIWS MR
Tbe Htm. rrnk Maibeva.
became tom Atlee la 1*4I oa
MWW of Oreer eoaaur. Twtt Slto
Um full meeeare ct oar
frarral: ui In brbalf of «bo «*•?-
rraey of tbts eeeHoa of tbo
without CUMIIIIM l l* wleiee. •
aumm«nd dim tbe d# oc«cj of
auto * r lHal i«*alilea durlaa tie
isulai l fli.
With Hit. surges! Ion of tbe torn
hu wrll developed muscles. bla
stroa* « ung fee*. his awMtlon 10
tafce mk by meritorious public ser
vie# with "■« worth White." bla coa
in ib* people's appwal of «b*
rlsbt. bU correct private life and •«
tit tide toward public affaire. hl
■I manliness of chsmcter. and hla rich
Gsorgla-farm dialect. he came lo
Mangum Id 1*94 with a eommUalon
from the i l« to serve them « their
county nlturacy, which i>oeltlon ba
be Id with credit to himself and sails
(action to the |>eople. thr«>uah three
trrino. until after hla election to tbo
Territorial House of Hepreeentatlvee
for l9o|-2. followlog which ba waa
elect id to the Territorial Senate for
1*03-4. Here he no ably und faith-
fully served tbe people that the Terri-
torial Democracy made him Ha stiod-
ard bearer In the fi.ht against the re-
public: n nominee, Byrd McGulre. for
the position of delegate to congress for
1905-C; and be came <hii of thla raco.
In which he wns handicapped by the
peculiar condition* atculnat whicn
democratic candidates went to defeat
before statehood, with a brilliant re-
cord ns a campaigner, with clean
hands, and stronger with the people
than ever before, suffering honorable
defeat, with loss of time and n*-ney
necessary to his campaign, wlthou'.
H.tvirg • teadliy crown in knowledge
of public affairs and in intellectual
stati-e and public confidence through-
out his past r«blic services and pri-
vate lifn the dcmorracv of tnls Sena-
torial district. In 1907, called him from
his law practice to serve the people
in the first State Senate, where he In-
creased bis reputation for ability,
fearlessness, faithfulness to public
trust, rigid economy iu public expen-
ditures, and became known as the
watch dog of the public treasury.
No man in Oklahoma is better
equipped in points of character, tem-.
perament, or ability for the position
of attorney general; and no one is
more deserving of this honor from his
It may seem a long time in advance
of election to commence the discus-
sion of this question: tout it behooves
the people to commence early to con-
sider who they want to serve them,
especially in such important positions.
FARMERS UNION MEET.
The Greer County 'Farmers l7nion
held a mest successful meeting at this
place Friday and Saturday. About
venty-five delegates wure present
from all parts of the county.
Among ether thinegs it was decidel
to have a Union picnic near the cen-
ter ci the county dur.ng early part of
For all Kind* of
We are overstocked and
Have to Unload
r. 9. Mo AM ALLY, Pre*.
High Class Work and
prompt attention a
le borebf ghea >a ** "■
talk* aetata af WtlfiaaMi:
<11 If Ql Ifcai aa (fee tar
af March. INS. Snea
I have 126.000 of the cheapest mon-
ey over put out in Greer county that
must be loaned at once. If you want
some cheap money aee me at once.
D. R. DIAL. 35-tf
Some of your Wall Paper la getting
mated and some badly torn, and some
have none at all. Walk Into Han-
nah's Pioneer Drug Store and eea his
etoek. Paper from lOe np. All doa-
ble rolls. 44-tf
M oney Save d
By Buying the Following Im-
J. D. Sentell
GANG SULKY PLOWS,
2x4 HORSE COMBINED COTTON
AND CORN LISTER, RIDING, WALK
ING AND SLED CULTIVATORS.
I can make you pricea on the
above list of Implements that defies
Have only a limited amount ot
stock to which these special bargains
J. D. SENTELL.
Elliott Building. Phone 129.
WHO WANTS A SNAP?
A relinquishment for sale. A quar-
ter section 7 miles from Mangum. 40
acres black land, bottom, 90 acres of
first class land, 5J acres in cultivation,
all enclosed. A splendid chance for
some homesteader to get a fine farm
cheaper than dirt. See Echols &
Prvse at once. Room 1 and 2, Kellum
building. Mangum, Oklahoma.
Swept Over Niagara.
This terrible calamity often happens
because a careless boatman i^norer'
the river's warnings—growing ripples
agd faster current—Nature's warnings
1*0 kind. That dull pain or ache in
the back warns you the Kidneys need
attention if you would escape fatal
maladies—Dropsy, Diabetes or Bright's
disease. Take Electric Bitters at
once and see Backache fly and all
your best feelings return. "After long
suffering from weak kidneys and lame
back, one $100 bottle wholly cured
me," writes J. It. Blanlcenship, of
Belk, lenn. Only 50c. at Hannah's
iris uatd la aalS vOI.
Pareaaai la aa order af saM eoart
■ado oa ihe tt «sr of Mareb. IMO.
aoilre la fcereby dvea thai Ten day
the 4 day of May. Ift*. at lha hoar of
19 o'eloek a. m„ af said Say. thai ha.
lac a day of the reenter May term.
! •> . af eald eoart, has beea appelat-
ed aa ibe Unto Iter Soaring eald pe<l*
lloa aad proving said will, at the
county eoart rooai la Maagaa. la
eald Ooaaty of Oreer wben aad whore
all perenae laiereeied may appear sad
eoaioel (he eaa*.
la teetamoay whereof. I have here-
unto sol my baad and the eeal of eald
county court, thle 18 day of Mareh.
(ARAL.) JARRIOT TODD.
«0-S Coaaty Judge.
Have em played oapeel OaieeMam
•AVI THIS PAfaa.
la aaotSar eo4u e will he teaai a
romia* of the read leer. U rspssls
alluwe relaltag la R>ade. at >•*
hormofofw beea la loroo. It la all
law we have rolaila* to lha pahile
roads. II la ami Importaat <hyre9sfO
that every alHeea faaUUartse hlmaalf
with He peovlaloaa. It le mare aad
more oeaUag lo ha reeoaaiaed the*
much af the eaeoees of the farmer de-
peade apaa lha roade over wbioh ha
U compelled lo haul hla prodacm
S4 POST CARDS PRSI.
Here la aa apartaally tot aayaaa «•
obiala 14 haadsamely oolored roaveak'
pool earda POR NOTHING aad «at his
choice of three difereat klnda, n«aw -
ly: >4 Comic Oarde, 24 Plower Oarda
and a aet of 14 earde eatiiled "Ua-
CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY.
Mothers who value their own com-
fort and the welfare of their children,
should never be without a box of
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
Children, for use throughout the sea-
son. They Break up Colds, CureFev-
erishness, Cinstipation, Teething Dis-
orders, Headache and Stomach Trou-
bles. THESE POWDERS NEVEI
FAIL. Sold by all Drug Storee, 25c.
DON'T ACCEPT ANY SUBSTITUTE.
A trial packase will be sent FREE to
any mother who will address Allen S.
Olmated, Le Roy, N. Y.
ORDKR POR WEAR I NO PETITION
TO 8RIJ.* REAL BSTATB.
State of Oklahoma.
County of Greer.—as.
In County Court.
Catale of David Akere, dceeeeed.
The petition of Rmmle Akera, aa
the admlnlatratiix of the estate of
David Akere. deeceeed. ha vine been
preaented to thl court, prevtnc that
an order be made, authorizing aald
petitioner to eell the whole, or no
much, and *ucb parte of the reel es-
tate described In aald petition oa the
court aball Judae necessary and ben-
eficial. at private enle; end It appear-
ing to the court, from such petition,
that it U necesaerv to sell the whole,
or some portion of such reel eetate,
for the purpose end reasons mention-
ed In aald petition; therefore, aald
petition will be filed herein, and at
a time appointed for bearing the
And It le hereby ordered, by the
court that Monday the 28 day of
April. A. D. 1909. at the hour of 10
o'clock a. m., of said day. toat being
a, day of the April term, 19U9. of this
court, be. and the same Is appointed
as the time when all persons Inter-
ested In said eetate are directed and
required to appear before this court
to show cause why an order (Should
not be granted to said petitioner to
sell so much of the real estate of said
decedent as Is necessary.
And it is further ordered, that a
copy of this order be published four
consecutive weeks prior to said hear-
ing in the Mangum Star, a weekly
newspaper published in said county
and be personally seined on all per-
sons interested in said estate, and
ISe POR A YMAR'S RUBSCRIPTION
TO THR KANSAS CITY WBBKI.Y
JOURNAL and tell tbem which eeC
you went. Upoa receipt of your anb-
wrrtptlon for the Kaaaaa City Weakly
Journal—the preateot newspaper of
the Houthweet—vou will be sent AU-
SOLUTBLY PRKE the 14 Poet Card*
which you select. Be sure to specify
whether you want the 14 Conde Cards
tho 14 Plower Cards or the 14 Lan-
guage of the Flowers cards.
We know tbet you will be highly
pleased with these poet cards. Tho
Comic Oarde are wry "funny;" the
Flower Carde consist of the principal
flowere and are all In beautiful col-
ors: the "Ijamruage of the Flowers"
cards are all In beautiful colore and
have verses and mottoes which give
you the sentiment of the flowers.
Remember for the small aum of 15
CBNT8 you receive The Kanaas City
\Ve«kly Journal for a FULL YEAR
AND get YOUR CHOICE OP ANY
ONE of the seta of poet carde. Send
25 cents and address
THE KANSA8 CITY WEEKLY JOUR
NAL, KAN8AS CITY. MO.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
State of Oklahoma,
County of Greer.
In the County Court of Said County
The City National Bank. Mangum,
The Farmers Gin Compress Cotton
sons interested in saiu estate, o«u Jfyi' tto^C^npany* wlH
h«l?of S. VJSt. provided t'tay >« W™ ?" I"',
are residents of sa<id Greer countiy. at cu™3 °v®ri ™._° M«tlon filed
ord.., ot „.s be
of suit and a foreclosure of the at-
as prayed for in said petition.
Dated the 24th day of Mlarch, A. D.
39-4 County Judge.
fmwmfv IVNV Pir
NOTICE FOR HEARING RETURN
OF SALE OF REAi. ESTATE.
State of Oklahoma,
County of Greer.—as
In the County Court of Said county.
In the matter of the estate of Norman
Pursuant to an order of said oounty
oourt, made on the 20 day of Mareh,
A. D. 1909, notice Is hereby given
that K. C. Cox as the administrator
of Norman Barratt, deceased, made to
this court and filed in the office of
the clerk thereof, on said day, a re-
turn of sale made by bim on tbo 29
day of March A. D. 1909, under
previous order of said court, of the
following real eetate and for the fol-
lowing turns, to-wit.
For the sum of 9706.00 cash In band
paid, to A F. Schwartz, vis: An un-
divided H interest in the W.tt of the
NE.K of Section 34. and tbe W.H of
the W. % of tbe HE. ^ of Section 27.
and tbe N.% of tae B. ft of tho W. H
of tbe SE.U of Section 17. all la
ToaraaRtp S N.. Range II W., 1. M.,
Greer cowsty. Oklahoma.
An will more fully appear from said
return filed as aforesaid, and to Which
reference is hereby msde for further
And notice is hereby further iviven
that Mbnday. tbe Sth day of April. A.
D. IMa. at 1) o'clock a. m . of said
day, at tbo court room of thla eoart
State of Oklahoma.
County of Greer.—ss.
In the County Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of John
J. Duffy, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that. Joseph
Duffy, the duly appointed and quail -
fled administrator of the estate of
John J. Duffy, deceased, has rendered
and presented for settlement, and filed
in said court, his final account and re-
port of his administration as such ad-
ministrator and that Saturday, the 8
day of May. A. D. 1909, being a day of
a regular term of said court, to-wit:
Of the May term. A. D. 1909, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon of Bald day. at
the county court room in the City of
Mangum, in said County of Greer, has
been duly appointed by the said court
for settlement of said account, at
which time and place any person in-
terested in said estate may appear and
file his exceptions in writing, to the
account, and contest the same.
In Testimony Whereof, I have here-
unto set my hand and the Official Seal
of said court this 29 day of March,
(StlAL.) JARRET TODD,
4J-4 County Judge.
tachment therein granted will be ren-
Attest: JARRET TODD,
(SEAL.) County Judge.
By FRANK MEADOWS, Clerk.
J. L. CARPENTER,
Attorney for Plaintiff. 39-3
Notice is hereby given to all per-
sons interested in the estate of Thom-
as French, deceased, that on the 27
day of January, 1909, B. F. VanDyke
produced and filed in the county court
of the County of Greer and State of
Oklahoma, an instrument in writing
purporting to be tbe last will and tes-
tlamont of Thomas French, deceased,
and also filed in the said court his
petition praying for the probate of
said will, and that Letters Testamen-
tary issued thereon to David W.
French and Mrs. G. L. Thomas, the
executor and executrix named In
Pursuant to an order of said enwrt
made on the IS day of February. 1909,
notice Is hereby jrtven that Ssturday,
the 17 d'lr of April. IS09. at the hour
of ! o'clock p. tn.. ef said dav. that
beina a dsy of tbe rernlsr March term.
1909. of ssid court, has been snpoint-
MONEY TO LOAN
Will make you a fv« Seven or
Ten Year Loan interest 6 percent
payable annually, lowest rate of
cam mission, privilege to pay at
any interest paying date. Money
ready when papers are signed up
Will sell your Tarm or Town
Property, makte your Abatraeta.
Deeds, Mortgagee, and any Legal
Papers. Do your Notary Work,
and write your Insurance. Tour
E. V. BROWN,
OFFICE UP STAIRS OVER P. O.
L. A. McCOLLISTEIt
ALL KINDS OF
15 Years Experience
ed as the time for liMritir said petl
tion and proving ssid will, at the' j
rv „f v ~r r:™., hnrn county court room in Nmnm In sold <
for t, ■ ■ h, .. 1 rtTr t..rT b<TB_fl"T i Coonit of Greer when and where all $
* U ■ ■ -1 perwns lmer**U<d may appear and >
wb*n iA7 Ptpob iDtfrfitPd lo *iM j if?# mnif
estate may appear aad Ble writ too ob- j ,n ,^tnrr(mr whereof | have here,
joctloos to tbe ronIImotion of tbe ^ mT klin<, and tN, nt
wUd saW. sad may be beard aad roort tbt 1* day of February,
prodaee wltaessco ia sapport of hit.)***
obJiLifuaa tSKAL.) JARRET TODD.
Wltaeas my baad aad tbe soal ef, Oowntv Jndre
•aid eoart st Msarsm. la ssid eooaty j h, rmVK MfCAfWlWII. Orr* «a-5
tb!« ia day of Marrb A D 19*9
'SKAL r 1ARRCT TODD. lb* nolo bra<ta oa tbe be*
ft-I Oawatr Jwdaa- r P*ia TsMrts. TV s*ft «wo-
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Taylor, J. E. The Mangum Star. (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 40, Ed. 2 Thursday, April 1, 1909, newspaper, April 1, 1909; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc281228/m1/2/: accessed December 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.