The Mangum Star. (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 14, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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The Star Publishing Company
(CAPITAL STOCK *15.000 00
GILES W. FARRIS Manayinc Editor
at the Po*ioM<.- a' Maagura '
SUB8CR1P TI ON RATES
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I FOR REGI8TEK OF DEE08.
Toda> wo are authorized to an-
nounce the name u; Andrew Mc-
Cutcbcu us a caudHlate for the
democratic nomlna: ti tp tho office
of register of deedb.
Horn juid raised ia the state of
Alabama, Mr. MoCuteiieon camo to
Oi jahoma six >e<ti ^.o and has
been engaged In teaching and in
| farming ever s.nct. For the past
—j two years he has taug.it school at
Aanatwcam dU ipptart ; mmd*r Tempteton, during which time the
i—subject 6s the actios j Templetou school has come to bo rec-
- - —1 ognlzed as one of the best country
schools lu Greer county.
For a .onu ume i.e uas bean con-
sidering wtielher or not to enter the
race for this office uud it Is only at
tho urgent solicitation of his friends
thai Le has finally consented to the
use of his name. II«e has a petition
iTom nlghbora tign^a by 108 names
asking him to make the race. Should
he receive the nomination he prom-
ises to conduct the office in the in-
terest of all the people to the best
of his ability, will uy to keep the
office up to tho high standard of
efficiency heretofore maintained.
Ths followlag fees are charged for
announce me ota uader 'hit heading:
State, 120.00; county, $10.00: town-
Ihlp. 96.00; oommlMloanrs. 96.00.
M the voter# at the democrat!# prl-
■uu7 «1mUob August i. 1910.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE
4 BON F. HARRISON
FOR CORPORATION COM.
I GEO. L. WILSON
FOR STATE PRINTER
QILES W. FARRIS
K. C. COX
FOR OOUNTT JUDGE
FOR DISTRICT CLERK
Q®0. W. W1NBURN®, SR.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY
H. D. HENRY
FOR REGIST73R OF D1
Jl. T. JOHNSON
W. 8. BRAD®HAW
J. 8. HART
JNO. R. CROUCH. JR.
W. P. SHIPLEY
B. E. (GENIE) DOUGLAS
I. D. OARLOCK.
Q. W. (WASH) HALL
MRS. MARY WATKINS
JNO. L. BYARS
, EMMITT WINTER
FOR 8 ERIFF
8. H. TITTLE
FOR COUNTY CLERK
CHAS. B. WAXKFIELD
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
F. M. OVERTON
FOR COUNTY SUPT.
GEO. W. SIMS
FOR PUBLIC WEIGHER
W. A. RIPPY
W. T. HILL
M. A. FOX
W. O. BYARS
F. A. WINFREY
J. R. CROOK
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
F. H. KINO
District No. 9.
A. M. MeKINNMY
District No. 1.
•isfc-ict No. S.
t COUNTY SURVEYOR
HERRING CLUB ORGANIZED.
Quito a number of citizens of Man-
gum and vicinity met today and or-
ganized a Herring club, for the pur-
ppose of boosting the candidacy of
Hon. F. E. Herring, of Elk City, for
the democratic nomination for gov-
ernor. The club baa over 200 mem
bers and are pledged to support and
promote the candidacy of Herring,
and Is composed of farmers and busi-
ness men which indicates that Mr.
Herring's candidacy tiuda greatest
favor among this class of voters.
The club will invite their candi-
date and other public speakers to
address the people of the county
from time to time, and u is planned
to carry on an aggressive campaign
The dates of the speaking will be an
nounced later on
The oftlcers of the organization are
W P. Ponder, president; H. V.
Hoover, vice-president, and \V. H.
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL.
Ceo. D. Key of Lawton, democratic
candidate for attorney general at the
August primary election, is a strong
man with a clean record. He has
achieved business and professional
success. He has a keen mind, a big
heart and tine character. He has
been a steady, effective worker for
democracy all his life and is of th>>
line southern type. He has no public
record to explain away or to handicap
him. Just a young, vigorous, abte
democrat seeking honorable position
at the hands of bis party and is en-
tirely worthy of its contidence and
He is Southwest Oklahoma's candi-
date. Here is democracy's strong-
j hold and if it furnishes the votes, it
i sentitled to recognition on the state
With every reason for his nomina-
tion and none against it, no doubt
Southwest Oklahoma win give him
a tremendous vote at the pri-
mary. August 2nd. He has the
courage of his convictions, the abil-
ity to execute and a fine sense of
professional and business amenities.
He is a broad gauged man of affairs
and a lawyer of marked ability, with-
all a prince of a .ellow.
Go and Bee those beautiful pictures
and frames they are giving away at
Trlppet's Cash Store, and get a <-ard
to be filled out to get one of them,
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ARE YOU BUYING YOUR. JHoE-S AT THE R,I<jHT PLACET
DO YOU (JET A .STYLE THAT MAKE.S YOUR TOOTLOOK
TRIM? DO THEY HURT YOl/R FEET? Do THEY GIVE
YOU LONG WEAR? THE «SH0E5 Wt «SH ALL .SELL YOU WILL
PLEA.SE YOU IN -STYLE; THEY WILL WEAR A L0N6 TIME.
THE PRICE ON OUR -SHOE-5 ARE NEVER HIGHER THAN
THE QUALITY. EVEN THOUGH YOU PAY \JS
PRICE THE SHOES YoT WILL GET PROM
YOU LONG WEAR.
[JS WILL GIVE
*2 00 Pi
Kid Oxfords all
One I"' •
ren's mi xl•*.
H' lf t~t ice
THE DIXIE STORE
DEMOCRATIC NEWS BUREAU-
A FEW SUGGESTIONS.
It seems that the time appointed,
April 5, for clean-up day, was not oo-
served as it should have been. Al-
though there were several who
cleaned up their premises tho clean-
££ anTVtt SSS &FZ - " "jsrsi"isv^rs.
soon to be designated another clean- the pope.
Washington, April 8—The political
wise ones are greatly chagrined on
up day, and this time the good ladles
of Mangum are going to select a day
for that purpose, and request that
every citizen clean up their premises,
and when they have done so, notify
the city celrk and he will have ar-
ranged for teams to haul away the
rubbish at the city's expense.
The date will be announced later,
and this time let everybody take an
Interest in tho matter, and in one day
the amount of work that can be dono
along this line will be surprising.
Summer will soon be here and i
filthy town means disease and death
and a spotless town means health
and happy homes. Wbica do you
THAT RAINY DAT COMES
>OME PEOPLE V
San Angelo, Texas, April 12.
Every hundredth person in Tom
Green county owns an automobile.
Comparisons, although odius, make
west Texans feel ahead in the game
when the ratio of autos to the popu-
lation of London is figureu. As Lon-
don has only one auto 10 every thirty
thousand inhabitants, old fashioned
methods must be popular with u
large majority of that city.
After Chas. W. Hobbs Introduced
tne motoring fad into San Angelo a
few years ago ,the auto fever took
hold of the ranchmen in Conchoiani
with the result that many use the au-
tomobile as the sole means of trans-
portation between San Angelo and
ranches located from 23 to 100 miles
This brought about another de-
parture in the mode of communica-
tion with the smaller towns off the
railroad. The old bump-backed hack
service has been abandoned and
three auto passenger and mail lines
operate on scehdules between San
Angelo and Sterling City, Ozona ana
Honors. The natural roads in Con-
choland are excellent for motoring
anu some amazing records are
claimed by local enthusiasts. It is
asserted that land agents run their
prospectors out into the country at
a sixty-mile clip, entertaining them
all the while with thrilling tales of
early days. This is done to impress
the visitor with the accessibility of
the land to town.
They feel that he has of-
fended the Catholics and then in-
sulted the Methodists.
McGuire Negro Bill.
Congressman McGuire has left
Washington for Oklahoma in order to
mend his fences and mix a little po-
litical medicine in the gubernatorial
race, and incidentally, to see how
the people on the east side are tak
ing his effort to open up the Indian
rolls and place 10.000 negroes on tho
Indian rolls to share In the Indian
The row in the republican ranks is
getting no better fast. It is war .o
the knife between the progressives
and standpatters. Confusion worse
confounded rages in Indiana, and the
president has cancelled his engage-
ment at Indianapolis because the re-
publican convention there refused to
endorse the Payne-Aldrich tariff bill,
Senator Beverage making a speecn
Dalzell Denounces Beverage.
Dalzell, Speaker Cannon's right
hand bower, boldly express the opin-
ion and belief that Indiana will go
democratic this fall. On the other
hand the insurgents will invade New
England and threaten to oust Sena-
tor Hale of Maine, and Senator Aid-,
rich of Rhode Island. N'o one in
Washington even pretends to believe
that the next house will be republi-
Oklahoma's Three Moss Backs.
The three Oklahoma republican
representatives are a©ong the last
fond friends of Uncle Joe, Hon. Dick
T. Morgan, made his race promising
to vote against Cannon, not only that, , ..
but three weeks before the row in gum, have moved on the
the bouse, hi* sent out interviews farm, near Gyp Hill, No L
R. F. D. NO. 1.
J. R. Polston left Wednesday for
Glidden, Iowa, where he will visit
relatives and friends.
Mr. David and Miss Cathrine Mon-
den visited relatives and friends at
Eldorado the first part of this week
and the latter part of last week.
G. W. Isbell, J. B. Sprowell, J. L.
Byars, W. M. Donahoo, W. H. Car-
penter and G. C. Wright attended dis-
trict conference at Blair this week.
Mr. Fred Steele of Eldorado, is vis-
iting on the route tnis week.
Mr. Geo. Nelson happened to be a
lucky fellow of drawing a set of furn-
iture last Saturday at the K. C. store.
D. G. Garrett is viisting his daugh-
ter, Miss Lanra, at the hospital, who
has been ill for some time from a spi-
W. A. Starnes has been doing some
road work south of town, which im-
proved the roads greatly.
Since the late rains several of the
farmers have oeen sowing a great
deal of alfalfa.
D. W. Westbrook has sold his farm
to A. ... Putnam, of Mangum.
Several of the farmers are planting
cotton on the route this week.
Geo. Estlinbaum, who spent the
winter at Johnson City, Kan., re-
turned home Tuesday. He reports
things very dry there and wheat
is almost a failure.
R. F. D. NO. 2.
J. D. Kullerton was in Olustee on
Rev. McNally of ..Jartha, preached
at Gyp Hill, No. 1, Sunday morning
Mr. C. L. Byrd and family of Man
R. F. D. NO. 3.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Cheek and son
and daughter, Monroe and Annabelle
left last week for Eugena, Oregon,
where they will spend two or tbret.
months looking at the country.
D. 3. Moore (Uncle Dick), returned
Monday evening from honey Grove,
Texas, where he spent a week with
friends and relatives. While there
he placed a line tomb stone to bis
Mrs. G. M. Vance left Sunday morn-
ing for Deval, Okla., over the W. F.
& N. W. After spending a few days
at that place she will go to Petrolia,
Texas, where she will visit her son,
Prof. J. H. ance, a few days.
Mr. Jl M. Cheek and Miss Annie
Hodges were quietly married last
Sunday and will reside in the home
of R. B. Cheek until the latter re-
turns from Oregon.
J. K. Busby has been making some
improvements on his home this
Mrs. J. R. Cheek and daughter,
Katie, were in town trading one day,
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hughes were
in town trading last Friday.
F. A. Winfrey spent a day or two
in Granite this week
Miss Fannie Hughes was on the.
sick list last week
Miss Ethel Stephenson was quite
ill last week but is reported much im-
The Union Hill nine and Dean nine
played a match game of ball last
Saturday venlng. Union Hill won by
a small score.
Sau Angelo .Texas, Arpil 12.
j haps never in the history of
j Texas has there existed the condition
of affairs as confronted District
jJudR** Goodwin when he opened dis-
trict court of Concho county on the
I last terra.
Not a single criminal rase was on j
tue docket and Judge Goodwin took
occasion to compliment the county on
its excellent behavior. He added that
this was the first experience of this
nature he had encountered during
his ten years on the circuit.
stating that he would vote against
Uncle Joe. He did not anticipate
the row then. He had five chances
to fulfill his promise, and he broke
faith with his constituents each five
Senator Gore has been busy the
last two weeks sending out bulletins
to the contestants who have enterel
the contest for the free trip to
Washington he is offering to^ the
winner. He now has more than 4,000
contestants and they are increasing
West dai,y- Any bo> ran enter the con"
test who is under IS years of age, and
who will send his name to Senator
Gore stating that he desires to en-
ter the contest.
HAVE YOU GOTj
SAFE IN THE
HARD KNOCKS, that hit many will miss you if
you determine to SAVE AND BANK your money
when you are prospering
We offer our bank as a place of safety for
Make OUR Bank YOU* Bank
Mangum National Bank
TO LIVE RIGHT WE
( Man is beginnig to pay attention to
t his food. Today we know that the
body, the human engine must b<> fed
i right, that its energies, like those of
'the steam «*ngin<>. are determined by
, the fuel used, the tood we «*at
I>r Priee's Algrain Food advertised
i in this paper is the highest achieve-
ment of th< food specialist . the
< rowninfc touch of th«- pioneer in the
i science of food products Th best
foods are tb«- Cereals and in Prtc*'.*
Algrain combines in ideal proportiot
the heart!1 of wheat, oats. rlc« and
. barley. it. tapi« of all great nations
Algrain food retains la th< making
the dietary oiements eaaentia! to the|
'building up ot the human body AI
ano CURE TW LUNGS
wmt DR. KING'S
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Off Money Hcjufifoeo.
R. F. D. NO. 4.
Mr. Cub Watts of Guthrie, and Miss
Mamie Wilson of Altus, visited Mr-.
E. A. Kirk last Saturday and Sundav.
, Mr. and Mrs. C. I. fcmith of Olus-
simson te6j Yiaite(j their son and his wif
_ Mr. and Mrs. L O. Smith, Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Barton were school started at Spring Brancli
Mangum visitors Saturday. Monday.wi th Prof. T. T Park a-
Quite a number of the farmers have t^acheI.( who wil, flnigh the balaQC(
begun planting cotton. 0f the term of four months
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hunter of Man- The nttIe son or Ml. aud Mrs j
gum, have moved back to their farm B. Smith is on the sick list this week-
near Gyp Hill, No. 1. >£rs. Nancy Grimes' oi Blair, is vis-
Mrs. Annie Powell is visiting jting her son, W W. Grimes thi<
friends in Walter, Okla., this week. week.
John Pierce of Hamburg, Ark., and There was a large crowd attended
Miss Grace Wheat were united in the ball game at Hester last Satin-
matrimony Tuesday evening at the day.
home of the bride's parents. Mr. anil Mrs. Pearl Hayes is visiting her
Mrs. T. C. Wheat. Rev. J. J. Ris- parents near Granite this vv «k.
inger officiating. J. E. Young and family moved form
J. M. Longmire attended Wood- route 2 to route 4 last week.
night. The singing at Spring Branch Sun-
Mrs. Gus Joplin returned from day afternoon was enjoyed by a large
Collingsworth, Texas, Sunday w here crowd.
she had been teaching the past win- Joe Chapman, who 1ms been crip-
ter pled on account of getting a splinter
J. O.^ones and wife of Mangum, in his leg, but came to town Satur
are v'sitlng friends on the route this day and had it lanced and is no>v
week. getting along tine
COUNTY AND CITY OFFICIALS.
Mayor Chas M. Ti ack«T | Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific.
! Clerk JohB H. Tpmmii W«at Bound East Bound
i City Attorney H. M. Tb*ck*r1 Anr 2:86 p.m. s-M bje
Percy Cornel tua ..... City Treasurer Arv.... 7:40 p.m. I.rs.'
NKD HORTON. Agent.
Police Judge J M Berryman
Chief Police J- L. Lye*
Asst. Chief P«Hca R. L. Burden
Members of Council—
President of Board..H. «f. Fsrgaaoa
F. C. Swlta«r.
Giles W. Farris.
J. a McKlbbla.
T. S DeAnnaa. | !
A. M. Stewart.
T. N. Slatoa.
I'-rr to the pre pa rat toe
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rsuthl) Dutrttioa* product bat i
most palatable ot breakfast too*
*• reeelMr alike to rM aM
.Ask rom m<sr for iir Pnca
County Atto *ey
Register of LvaAa
J arret ToM
H. D. Haarj
8. ii Tittle
. Floyd Mr Neil
P. M. Overtoe
Wichita Falls A Northwestern.
No 1. passeager daily L> : 15 M a,
Arrive Wichita Falls-. 12:02 pm
No. 2, passenger, daily. Lv.
Wichita Falls 2:0 p.m.
Arrive Mangum s 45 p m
C. I. MARSH. AGE*'.
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make money out of Patra*. Se <t
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tor free opinion as tw patentability
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Soliehnrs of Pstenf
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