The Mangum Star. (Mangum, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 19, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 24, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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FREE TOBACCO FOR
^ BLACK MAR
baa authorised all dsakn la this section U> give
Owl%W«l*Afl« IW twnw
es* erfe el «s Hag*
"Up% obj£T«53TJ//WBLACK BEAR tobMOOatleaB
lluui lH« regular pries. but It U to convince <*H who like tobacco similar
In grade, (bat BLACK BEAR l thc Aw/ /UtkinJ. _lM
This offer U made for a United tJme-HM the '^ufactuwr co^d^o<
afford to continue It ln.Mnlte*y. and with the
advantage wiB like the tobacco so weO tbey will cuotlnua to «eo tt
•BT IT AT TNI NEAREST DEALER'S
F. N. Davis (EL Son
STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES
We Handle anything to be found
in en up-to-date grocery •,ore
P. N. DAVIS k SON
West Side Square
PEOPLES' MEAT MARKET
J. T. CASEY CO. SON. Props.
This is a new market but it will be run by well
known Mangum meat cutters, which is a guarantee of
satisfaction to its patrons. Give them a trial.
CASEY "" SON
First block South of the Slaton Corner Phone 329
GROSS CO. RHODES
New Cotton Exchange
Land office Bldg., Room 6. Upstairs
Members of National Board of Trade.
We take trades of 20 bales and upwards and
will accept margins of from one dollar per
bale or more, Private DIRECT wires to all
Telephone Number S3
SAM D. RIDE
TNE AMERICAN MAOAEINS
HAS CHANOEO HANDS,
for lbin* year* waa Lostlo'a CN
tor N* (bty
Ida M- Tarbell. wbo Mo Maeota
W4 I bo famous "Story of *oeafell#r".
William Allen White, the uMlhaown
Kaaaaa editor; f. P. PUM. oreator <4
Mr DuoUr)". Nay Standard Uahor
sutbur uf "Ballwada «u Trial." a«4
Uncolii stiffens, of "The Shame of
tbe titlee" fame, are under «be lead-
ership uf Juba 8. *Nlllt|*a. no* edit
la* Tb« A merle* n Magasloo.
Never before baa a«w4i a brilliant
group beeu gathered umeiber, and
Ibey are not only ouoLrlbuUng them
selves, but are Slllng tbe manasln*
with the very beet novels and abort
•turlee and great timely artlelee by
othw famous wrl'era and beautiful pie-
turea by great artlata.
A Oreat Sargatn.
Tha regular price for the twelve
number* *4 the American Magaxlnu la
11.20— little eaougb aa It la. but for a
limited time you onn got the Novum
►ht an I December 190i;, numbers, with
a full yoar'a subscription for 19U7. for
a dollar, or
14 Number* for Only 11.00
Think of it! Think of tho quality
of reading you got for $1.0 . Think
of the quantity—at least two great
novels, 98 short stories, 28 .poems, 70
tlcioly art Idea, 800 beautiful pictures
and all for $1.00. •
How About Your Winter Reading?
Cut thin offer out. write your nama
aw! address on a slip o? paper and mall
It, with fl.oo. ®nd It now—today—
before the apodal 14 months' offer Is
withdrawn. Bend It by check, postal
money orJor ar a dollar bill at the
publisher's risk, to The American Mag-
azine, ill FiCih Avenue, Now York
Department of the Interior, United
States Land Office, Lawton, Oklaho-
ma, Deoemberl7, 1906.
A sufficient contest afltaavst having
been filed in thi9 office by Lucy A.
Taylor, contestant against Mlntie
Green, entry No. 7708, made Septem
ber 5, 1901, for SW. * section 6,
township 3 N., range 22 W., by Mintie
Green oontestee, in which it is alleg-
ed that said entrywoaian, Mlntie
Green, haa wholly failed to establish
and maintain her residence upon said
tract and baa wholly abandonel the
same for more than six montfts and
a day, next preceedlnj ihe fi'ing of
the contest affidavit, Herein, and Utat
said alleged absence !s not due to
employment In the Armv >r Navy of
the United States; said parties are
hereby notified to appear, respond and
offer evidence touching said allega-
tion at 10 o'clock a. m. on February
18, 1907, 'before Jarret Todd, probate
Judge of Greer County, Oklahoma, at
his office In Mangum, Oklahoma and
that final hearing will be held at 10
o'clock a. m. on February 28, 1907, be-
fore the register and receiver at the
United State® Land Office In Lawton,
Ol'Iahoma, Rule 13.
The said contestant having, in a
proper affidavit filed Decemlber 17,
1906, set forth facts wnk-h show that
after due diligence personal service of
this notice can not be made, It is
hereby ordered and directd that such
notice be given by due and proper
27-5t. h. D. McKnight Register.
This is a picture ol Ellwood hog fence. More ol this style U used
tluin of all other makes combined. In connection with several
strands of plain barbed wire, it putt up « fence that is abeo-
j L r - lutcly pig-tight and will also turn large stock.
j -a. 11
, ..we ALSO CARRY A WILL LINt
' OP SUILOINO MATERIAL. LIME
J CEMENT. RAREEO WIRE. WOT,
PAINTS. ETC. J
Wm. Cameron (0L Co., Inc.
S. W. Corner Square
T. P. CLAY,
Will praotlca la all tba Courta.
. lfflce, I loo is 11 and IS. Poetoffle*
dan gum. —:o:— Oklahoma
%IISS WILLIE BAILEY,
County Clerk'a Office.
Mangum, —:o:— Oklahoma
Arthur R. Garrett Andrew M. Stewart
GARRETT A 8TEWART
Practice in all tho Courta
Office In Slaton BulMing,
MANGUM, • - - OKLAHOMA.
SILVER and GOLD
PL A TINQ
We are in the Gold and Silver Plating business
and are here to stay. We have a year's lease on the
property we occupy. We employ ou the best meth-
ods and absolutely guarauteejjour work to be plated
with a solid c^at of pure metal not less tliau one
grain to the square decimeter-
Our Rates For Silver Plating
S. s. OAR RETT.
iouth Side Square. Mangum, Okla
For Sale Cheap.
A New England" up-right piano, al-
most as good as new, in good condi
tlon. Will take $125.00
28-tf MRS. . B. PACE
Has the largest and
of Furniture in the
kept in an up-to-
date furniture store
can be found here.
Embalming in con-
nection. : : : :
BORDER & SPEED
Jffloe rear Mangum Drug Co.
X Ray examination*—Monday, We*
tesdays and Frldaye.
Office Phone No. 6. Long Dia. 278.
*. C. HOLMES,
, and Bridge Work. South aide
This gives you au idea of our charges. 'Phone £
us and we will call and estimate on your work, m
Remember, we plate anything and everything, in
both gold and silver.
THE MANGUM PLATING WORKS
A. J. PURKISS, Prop.
VI an gum,
3. P. ELLIOTT,
Attorney at Law
ifflce—Room 14, Powtofflce bulhUns
vian gum, —:o:— Oklahoma
Sam D* ffluete
Why Perfect Beer
The Best Boer Ie Possible Only Witk
Eight-Day Malt—A Scientific Fact
A perfect b«r Is healthful—H buHd"
up strength, aid. digestion. nd kcts as
„ tonic In giving renewed vitality. A
perfect beer Is possible only with P«jrfe>ct
I malt and a perfect malt can only b«
made by the Hght-day process used by
II *MaU Is mads from barley. Barl'r
,.nt.,in, in its elementary form the
consU™uents ihat go to build up the
human J.y.te^ Tb.
know, Is much ths same as the
of digestion. The grain '<***<*
growing and the chamleal
take place when tt sprouts are^similar
to the action of the dlgeattve Hulds ta
%rty his^provsn" - .
Kewlng"that<' e'gh? lly".- ^ul'^ed ,
in ma "n« malt .0 bring about those
necessary chemical changes by which j
the perfect rredigested malt la pro-
duceT In many brswerlra the old
four-day proems is still uaed and the
matt Is of for,.d. unnatural develop
m. nt. It larka la uufltton and Is In
.11 ways Inferior, n'u.h of the vital
nutriment of the grain being lost. The
Pa but eight-day malting process ^ re-
tair.s In predigeeted form ia the beer
all of the nutrltioua. Iife-glvl«« *le"
nents of Ike «ral .
Pi bet eight-day ma't. the ^rr«*t
malt. 4mM« the crml of hr wiug_ l««
labet Malt, with the
3. C. WELLS,
Attorney at Law
>«ee—In Johnson Bldg., Southeast
Corner Court House bloek.
South Side Square.
Mangum, —:o:— Oklahoma.
r. J. DODSON, M. O,
Physician and Surgeow
>ffioe— Room* 1 and S, ewer Hi* Ma-
i«..i Bank. Office Phone SL
Residence Phone IS
Mangum. —:o:— Oklahoma
3. W. KINO,
Law. Farm Loans and Real Seuts
Office la Hollis National
Hitting the Nail
On the Head
Is jnst what we're doing in the pounding "be-
low the limit" of prices of our present
It it*boa Beef mmm
iApi iM a deiecHPBS M ei I _ - .
If fotr 4r*rmm t taste >sst £9^2
ee If atg^ «a is a little
ia4 as>4 nl fee jaaseilf « *
MUVS ICS S
WINNE A WINNE
• STOCIl of HARDWARE
® There are no restrictions and from a nail up
* to the finest kit of tcols, everything must go. For
— householder*, carpenters, and builders, it's the
golden opportunity. Don't lose it, but improve it
L£nnT5 F- S. Gentry
Smttk Side Square
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Echols, R. C. The Mangum Star. (Mangum, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 19, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 24, 1907, newspaper, January 24, 1907; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc281679/m1/3/: accessed January 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.