The Mangum Star. (Mangum, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 20, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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Sreer County Sunday SoAoo/ Convention
r. *0 t*ut mt J*'* to mi- it. too;.
10 tn 11 a. m: Rt* ptiou and Singb K. . , , .
11 . is*. IniKMlitctory Strnwa "Lnhorer* Tugct.ur i i
Cur . S -J -kcv. NV, K Bank*
uf Vcl. oiuc —l!*.w- II D. McKnight.
Dr. Wat. M. Smith.
C II ALLDREDtiC,
Arrowxky ani Coi-niikloii
| T i ln-hintf lo iS« !* •••' rlnli wan lo l
I a* o *j .rty >• en titan. even a
rwl! *« jtoimg nun. W.- drrnk. Bum*
i |ih<l iit*l v.. s.-d, mil i:>. re wer# trio*
^tipper* I • artr# r«m mul borrow lug
j ii.« i y i t liliylwka. Ii «*n* by l.ng
odds ilut f ixtini club lu fa«i l.<>adon.'
and that Ii li>J n« t lint • t!««• entire «j -
, i f ilclli im uuthm and atalil
fathers k i * without miylug. Our
■mart!:«•««. hutrerer. should not be eon-
j founded wiili ni«> thing dishonorable.
I There were nu i ard «duirji-r or
ah'rkera nt'iong i-«. When n t!ieml*-r
could nu Inne r co •flic j ace" financial*
ly an well n* socially. In- hail I lie c >«l
taste t i ni. i nt lilmwlf nt:il drop out of
sight iinill thing* liettered themselves.
Archibald tjmvn. n bachelor nud ii
man of -Id, had been a member for
I three year* v. lien I wu elected. Me
_ p HI PPITH | was the leader of the fattest, and | rob-
A J. r, fJKlri"! ■ n , , alily flung away twice an much money
'v j an any other Individual, lie was the
i eldest h"ii of a "sir" and had been
.V na.fcrd If
• da, l>ui It eauw > j
one ruitld (" I fort'i a
• a r: tin i<- i II Ida
d I lie tntt *> of the
utile, tint I" • : . I
Me a thuudf
I, ft C. W. OillUaml %%it) give 'rtc to
I ant tli.- winner of thefir*t prl*e In the
4 15,1 Manoim STAI voting contest one!
i./en fine cabinet jhobnjraph*.<
u • ample work at hi* studio. |
J. M. DILLARD.
AflOPNev AT LAW.
wi;i |*ra«U)<t> ta al! lb" i' iir| «i>(i tbe V. H
I. U..I I WW
( mee o«er I«i mi i a imrtielt • miuIIi
• >f M|utr«
MANUUM. o. T
Attoknky at Law.
WU) vr «tl«« In all lli« miurlK. l urefnl nail
l«rM>uul ultMtloo irlvra all lm lii<'« lu-
irunlnl lo mv oitro omoe ou
liiirlh ldn of wiuare
MANQllM. - - • OKLAHOMA
juat why the country houhl ju-
. . Ld^n wlSI^uJ i^i,uiei,>'^« ,^au"c America won the
greateitjr. W had heard i:><• lorr rtinilda Derby with a Bngliah horse bear-1
of ihin..l.-r at-1 .mhsM a !!..>:• or iw« ;a Ku.ioian name i- hard to tell.!
if HehiuUig throusli l! • windowa. Aa |
is,., j. ioi u.-ni i |i i.i i he uiaa'a temple Any neiKhlwrlnaul, by combining
lire i'...niltiK nnitind the room, and «!l the ncholarahip for their favorite
■ f ua were kuueked ahwut and mure or Get a move on yourselves;!
rr;!;.,2K;rrir. helpuaamUtthcaamc time help
g.iii n lying on liU Imi-U on the floor, j your«elvc*.
wttk da tiixtoi ehiielit-tl lu Ida hand. I
The weapon I ". I not In-n nrwi. and yctice to Creditors ofS. J. David-
yet III- w i d< ad. A thunderbolt had _ ,
atruek the ehluiuey, fnlloweil It down
to the aecotid floor nnd then, ti-nritiir Ita
way out. I.id strueU our boat aa he
All crodllor. of S. J. |iu\ rtroeiiM*.! art-
lir-rrliy inn Idi-il mul re |Ulrrd to tocihltut their I
■ - ■ —-,rr viim-iirr* nn.l
r.ulrm-e -i-< aiile-. i
y. Teirttorjr i "
will t><- lmrrt-.l.
. o; lu iou.u T
ATI OEM: V-AT-LAW
Notary Public. Z"&%lc',n'"
Criminal prosecutions and col- j
lections a specialty.
J. A- Powers,
A ITORSElf—AT—LAW, J
Oftlt-o west side of Square.
Waa^xin, -:0:« Olcla.
Will prnctico in nil the Courts auil
the V. S. Land OIBcc.
Davvscr? & Dawson,
Physicians and Surgeons..
Diseases of Women
and Children a Spec-
ialty. Two doors
west of Post Office.
Mangum, -:Q:— Gklitioms.
way urn. i I I a'ru<-:. our •• «r...;
Inioil tin* iimutd. rwo or tliree | a,r.ct«vii- ♦ ...
ran for d.K-tora. while the othera JH'SJ,,-,rn.iii Udsrt.'te, i,r
cbnff i the man h lliubs. nnu It won a | a-jcbclmuio
quarter c-f on liour iK-fon* wo wore rtT^iSViuii
mire • lint lie wt.m cieacl. A ii^arcli for * Si|Ullw Moori Davium w i
win,, to aid I:. r.-MvlnS him proved that I ^ a p B^tyjf,
til9 biHlrootn. | .:ntr.v. «l!nln^ room onu . Attoroc)* tor Auminutratoi.
kitchen v.ere tllgmantletl oa'l that no j
H. 0. JONES,
.. .PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
South Side of Square.
Next door west of I.fdhetter & Garnett.
Nllfhl calls. Room C. Johnson House.
DR. STERLING P. BOND,
Calls Answered, Day or Night.
OFFICE—Next door to
J* B. Smith's Store.
WARREN, .... OKLAHOMA.
key nkel. n. d. O. W. doss. n. d.
Res Phone No. 1.?. Res. Phone No. 34,
NEEL & DOSS,
^Physicians a Surgeons.
O'fice in S. V. rooms of the Man gram Druir
ISiitKitn^. Phone No. 9.
SOUTH SOB OF PtJBLJC SQUAUK.
Alangum - ■ Oklahoma.
W. T- RAY, M. D.,
Physician - and - Surgeon.
Officc at Moran's
Kelly, - - Oklahoma;
J. T. MORTEN,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
All nrofes-f.r.r.l calls answered day or niirht.
Office ul J. K. Wooll rU-l.l .l"ifc' store.
J, E. GRIFFITH,
Physician and Surgeon,
DUKE, O. T.
F. C. Holmes,
Cro\Yn and Bridge Work
fl. DALfL Chapman
swih Mt .. _^iA*eun
5 \ -fl
^ • - • • -9' ' •
•V. _ II 0
"LVT T3 DECK TO THE- -TO THE LATE DE-
left a pood hit of money, and the way
he made duc'.is and drakes of it was a
caution. About the time I came Into
the club he bad run his race and was
tangled up with the note slinve:-s. Sis
mouths later he was hnown to be flat
broke. The man had a keen sense of
humor, though obstinate as a mule
about taking advice, and it was doubt-
less his desperation that drove him
Into cheating nt cards. The Incident
did not happen at our club, but at
another, though we were speedily in
possession of the proofs. It meant his
doom. Even it' he had not been down
to his last dollar he would have been
tabooed everywhere. As it was. with
no ho;;e for the financial future, be
had only to s;t down and plan how lie
should disappear from the slsLt of
Queen had been a hot favorite in the
club, and many of us Loped he might
bring forward a good defense."But as a
matter cf fact he made uonc. There
was no other way than compulsion,
and while son:e of the voters thought
he might drift out to the colonies and
mate a new start others were con-
fluent that a man of his temperament
would r.ct try to outlive the disgrace.
Abcut a week after Queen had been
officially notified or his expulsion he
met a member or the elub on the street
acd through bi:u extended an invita-
tion to Eve or sis ethers cf us to par-
take cf a little farewell dinner with
him. as be was on the eve of going
away. It seemed a queer move on h:3
part, and yen may think it queer in
our accepting the invitation, but we
vrho had been most chummy with him
could laid e::euses for him. It was
decided to drop in o:i him ns individ-
uals nnd In t:;> way biuding the elub.
and when the evening came around
Eve of us were on Land. Queen had
spacicus apartment* tn a fashionable
thoroughfare, cud he welcomed ua
j with the utmost heartiness. The tiva
of us went in together, nnd we found
ourselves the only guests. On arriving
we '..ere ush -reil into his sitting room,
from which most of the furniture had
been removed. It was being packed
for storage during Ids absence, be said,
but we knew that tt had gone to tbe
auctlcn rooms Instead. llad there
been a suspicious man among us he
would have wonder.-.! that no odors
canie from tlio K.t' Ki*n or no!s*> from
the dining icom. all be wouM have
D' ti.-e-J that Queen seemed a 1 5 nerv-
css and uneasy and was doing his
best to a:>;H-rr srreiw. We had gone
In a friendly spirit Tor a pli-asart Lour,
anl why shou d we feel suspicious of
We wire o^ored cigars cs soon as
we g-1 teate«L aa I as we suiok
od and waited frr Ibe dinner
Queen was bright and chatty and
something like Ids cM time self, lie
bed Mid that be was c lag away, twit
be did not give further part.cularv sad
of course no one asked litm. We >ome-
boir gather.d tlie Idea, huwever. that
be was colng out to Sooth Africa.
IHnner M-raxsi a long time In connar
when Qvren himself Uwgbt m m.om
( dinner for r.s l ad been prepared. lie
had simply Invited ua there to witness
his dcr.th nnd a dramatic finish to a
wasted life, but nt the last instant had
been saved from self murder anil the
i curtr.In rung down by the hand of
The Xo.o For Xe%v3.
A young man who g >cs Into Journal-
Ism intent on making a reputation and
j being something uiore than a mere
[amanuensis or copyist must have a
| prompting love for his work, a quick
! perception of what Is to be seised on
in p:...sing events and the :.idlity ac- tba
curately to narrate or describe on ph-
i per that which he has seen or which
1 has been told him.
But these three essentials are not
1 provided by any college course. Any
; editor cau tell true stories of men
I from the best eastern universities, men
| with trained miuds and well stocked
j vocabularies and a vast assortment of
Department of the Interior.
Vuited Slates I.und c ifflee.
Mantrum, oklahoma. Jtn-e 12. WW.
A su'.'.i'lc il contest lOKdavlt huv'na been
ia ti.i- odic- by Kaany J. Arnistr. Pu'. oca- -
-•aat. uud u.'ue.s: homewteail entry No. MW !
I'la.ie Keliiuao i. I.*u for w',sw>«. section s i
Tow'ishlp". i .. r:i-i.-e -'I «• • > Edward J. ' lark. ,
couteHlee. iu wli ch it Is alle.'Cil thi:i entrymua i
hu i neve.-eultlvttiea or impriiveJ laMland or
c i-.ul lished ury residence thereon, but has
wholly abandoned the same for more than six j
r.-iijths ac:l iio.iv pr'.ir to the tlllaif of lhisgffi-
•f.. ;1 of coi test: that cat I vn jfs abandonment |
, Lot d'ie to : s i mi'!' y nent lu the military I
or naval serv'.—. f the L. it: time of *ar. j
>u..t parti, s at-• he:eby ni"tilled to appenr.Ye-.
S.HJWI :i«d o 'er STideace touet-.imr hoM altera
dock a m.. oa Auc. V'.. ! >!. efore
and Receiver at the United
3:4s p. m:
4 1 «p. tn:
X;oo p. nt:
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y:oo a. tn:
9:30 a tn:
10:15 o- m
11 :oo a. m:
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2:15 p. nt:
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Song. „ ,, ... ., _
Addri ^ , Object of Convention. Sam I! /.inn. I
Rct itati"!!. V-suy, l)ct tarnation. -Mangum ami
I/«w«ler S-. hooU.
Sonjj and Kece<«« of ten miniito.
Aitu andObj**«iof SumlaySchool;—Rev. J. H Nigh*
ik-vlimatioti. I ■> jy, Rivitation.— Altu* Sch««iln.
Song and Prayer. I«ed by Rev. M. A. Bryan.
Sermon The Need i f More Bible knowledge.
—Hosea, 4 6.—Rev. W. S. P. McCullough.
Souk and Prayer.—Sendee conducted by Rev. R. J.
Morgan. _ ....
Kssav. Declamation, Recitation.—Granite. P.Ik \ lew
and Mt. Zion Sc1io« 1h.
"The Sunday School Superintendent—Preparation
and Duties of." -Opettetl by Rev. A. Beard.
SermonNecessity for More Lalxirers." -Matt.
9:28—Rev. W. A. McAually.
SinjjinR by the Convention.
"The Sundav ScIicxjI Teacher—Preparation and Re-
sponsibility of."—Opened by E. H. Reynolds.
"How to Open and Close a Sunday School." Dem-
onstrated by Hon. H. D. Mcknight.
Recitation. Essay, Declamation.—Deer Creek, Un-
ion, Navajoe and Bethel Schools.
Recess of ten minutes.
Sunday School Experience Meeting.—Conducted by
S. M. Casteel.
Election of Oificers.
Singing bv Convention.
General Sunday School Rally.—Led by Rev. R. A.
Walker. , .
Sons "God be With You till We meet Again.
.tates Land Office atMiii
« •. A. OlJPHANT.
ORDER FOR HEARING.
Of the Sale of
We are wholesale agents ror the
F.1 Reno Mill and Elevator Co. and
the Chickasha Milling Co., and ex-
pect to keep their brands of flour
| constantly in stock.
Moore Mill & Gin Co.,
Mangum, O. T.
Territory of Oklahoma. 1 s<
Covnty of Gree'. 1
In Probate Court.
Whereas on the ISth day of June. 1901. D. C.
Buck and wife. Katie L. Buck, tiled their pett-
•ocabuianes ami n vast u o™uv , t-onini
general knowledge, who were or uo sa)(J petitioners, to adopt Elmer Heavers, a
value in a newspaper office because minor, and
they were not able to Identify a piece ' rH" -
of news even when it was lying in
front of them and beckoning to them,
or perhaps because a critical seir
consciousness prevented them from
writing a simple impersonal account
of an everyday happening. It cannot
be said that such men are "interior"
to tbe other men who fill the paper
with valuable and entertaining mat-
ter. All we can say is that they are
not adapted to this peculiar grind.
They were not "cut out" to be news-
paper men. The sooner they get out
oi' tbe work tbe better.
Fortunately getting out is not usual-
ly delayed. The ease with which a
young man bursts Into journalism is
only equaled by the superb ease with
which he is sent through the street
doer if he fails to show a quick and
enthusiastic grasp of the requirements.
Many are called, and few are chosen.
It is truly a survival of the fittest—
not necessarily of the best or the
brightest.—Oecrge Old in Saturday
Grins, lint ."So Tips.
"No. sir," remarked the waitress in
the quick lunch restaurant as she slip-
ped ti dime into her apron pocket and
vi' the donor a smile in return, "we
don't get many tips n-. r half as many
rs the men that work here nights after
we've gone home, though they don't
wait on half as many customers as we
C_t) in tbe daytime. It isn't right, either,
because their wages are higher than
curs, and we can tin J just as good use
for a dim* as they can-better. I say.
•Tut that's Just the way it runs. A
i man gives you all sorts of trouble get-
i ting what he wants and getting it in a
hurry, and then he gives you a grin, as
n said petition the conseut of said mmorchild.
' have aj i.olnted the 15th day of July. IWI. at
in o'cloci; a m. at mv office InMiin/um. as the
t.ms and place where a heat In* will be had in
.ail matter, at which time und place all per-
sons intere-ted may appear.
And it is ordered by this court that a copy
, >f this order be pitbtished in the Mangum Star.
■\ rewspaper nublished in Mangum. Greer
Caun-y. O. T.. f >r t>-ree > u c s.dve weeks prior
to the ti-"e set for hearina.
I>-.it-ti at Mangum this l:t'h dav of June. A.
p 11 I S3 T. P. CI.AT.
[skaL] Probate Judge.
Territory of Oklahoma, County of Greer, ss
In Prohatc Court.
Notice is herein riven thtt on the ! .th da\
jm.e. A. 1-. I il. F.-nok L. Kei h'y til id in the
Probate court «>f t e ci un^y of Greer
and Territory of Oklahoma, a petit on prayiai?
f<>r Lett-vs of Aaminisiration to l-e issued to
M11 ui on ibe estate ofAnnaA.Kiethly.de-
ceasen. late of the county of Greer and ierri-
f torv Ok la A nd pursuant to au order of said
Probnte oorr' innde this 13th dav of June IWI
the 15th dav of July. A. D.1W1, at the hour of 10
o'clock ii.in o' sa d t.av.tbat beinj: a day of tne ,
regular July term 1901. of said Probate court,
iias been appointed as the time for hearing :
vai<l application, when and where any P«rsou
mtpr' s-ed mav contest said petition b;, Huni.
written opposition thereto on the ground of
incompe'ecev of the applicant, or may assert
his own rights to the iK.m'nlstratloa and pray
ti at Letters he Issued to himself.
Witness T. P. <"lav. Judge of the Probate
Court of the count • of Greer, and the seal of
the court atllied. the 13th day of June A. D.
1001 ?') r^,« '"'-AY.
" .'[SEAI., ProhateJudge.
and women to travel and advertise
for old established house of solid fi-
nancial standing. Salary $780 a
year and expenses, all payable in
cash. No canvassing required.
Give references and enclose self-
addvessed stamped envelope. Ad-
dress Manager, 355 Caxton Bldg.,
irry. and then he gives you a griu. as cjlica(ro 41.
much as to say. You re a real nice girl.' j 0 —
when vou hand him his check, ami lie Unfortunately, the navy depart-
:;:;7wS "TI IZ. I ment cannot beprosecutetl for conn-
terfeitin^ the heads on those Santi-
ago medals—but it ought to be.
Chickasha Milling Company and
ron,.... El Reno Mill & Elevator Company's
net r was a * e.nc v.-ini-i.v of mau. flours arc the best on the market.
-There is neither a c.-li!.- type nor a por sale by all the leading mer-
Crltic race." says Peuiker in Lis work, chants in Mangum.
.. • . .1 _ 1.1 ... m'.imI ..•« il •• I • • .. it o_ r*«%. r*rv**n t VV
lie'1 turn up something much more
valuable. Grins are cheap and don't
for car fare."—New York Sua.
Wrrr Ttierc .No l>lHf
Anthropologists :r.- p;-ctty well
igrei .1 that ihere Is cot nnd probably
was a Celtic variety
whl« Ii is ibe latest wonl :i the sul
Th« r«. is a language wb't-li Las come t
lm ctillnl C.ltic by w b dar*. but a la:.
psac«- may be s|Kiken by cuy raw that
erf]ti!re* it. and how or v.hrre Celth
Moore Mull & Grx Company.
The repul lie in protectionists
ZSSL !,-tean.d Sc°; \ have opened fire on Representative
FLtt-e inllllon* of pw.p'e lo nrlttany ami Babcock, who wanted to cut down
ti... British Isles who still «i -ak this t..lc (>n KOOds that we produce
i tongtm. but they all differ from eacu 1 ■ . *11
01 tier in ra«-<-. pUnting .l e very ex cheaper than foreigners do. All
m of tbe Kuroitnu iM-oplesi ami right, brethren! Mr. Babcock is
tt> csll them Celts as if tbry l^kmpsl t.. about the ,-niv Mows that you pos-
OIH- racr. wrltb tbe llh- pby«k*l and . —i .i,-
-or l rharartert. h nernMon^y tnl - ** . and when he is sUughtered the
Irad.r ; -aJ Wk-.-baiJ good old dcaiocraUc party will win
Notice is hereby given that the >
following described lots and blocks
and lands subscribed and deeded by
J. A. Powers, I. Q. Sewell and
wife and H. C. Sweet, to be sold
and used by the undersigned com-
mittee in paying for right-of-way,
depot grounds, holding grounds for
cattle, shipping pen grounds, cat-
tle drive-way, etc., for theC., R. I.
& Pacific Ry. Co., will be sold at
reasonable prices, and the applica-
tions to purchase should be made
to the undersigned committee or to
some one of its members. All of
the "Rock Island Addition No. 1
to the town of Mangum," accord-
ing to the plat of said addition of
record at page 585, book 2. Greer
County, Oklahoma, Record of
Deeds, except such portions of the
same as we have heretofore sold
this is the land subscribed and deed-
ed by J, A. Powers and is the N-W
of the N EJ4 of Sec. 27. Tp. 5
N., R. 22 W. All of the "Sweet's
Addition to the town of Mangum,"
according to the plat of same at
page 613, in book 2 of said records,
except that portion of the same
heretofore sold by us—this is the
land subscribed and deeded by H.
C. Sweet, and is in the south-east-
ern portion of the town ot Mangum.
And all of the E'j of the S-Ev* oi
Sec. 22, Tp. 5 N.f R. 22 W.-this
is the land subscribed and deeded
by I. Q. Sewell and wife. All of
j the foregoing lands are valuable,
and parties desiring lots in t je town
of Mangum should examine the
two additions mentioned, and those
(desiring a nice little tract of twentv
; acres adjoining the town, and con-
' venient to the depot should not fail
1 to see the Sewell land before pur-
' chasing. These lands must 1* sold
Jand if you want any portion of them
don't delay purchasing.
H. M. FERGUSON,
! N. B. CLAl'NCH.
I W. T. DODSON.
Committee < J. C. GILLILAND.
I I. J. RUDE.
C M THACKER
i C. P. HAMILTON.
Triump seed potatoes ac
kinds of garden seeds at L. T. &
J. W. Ferguson *.
Oh, no, of course not! Missiona-
ries never loot! Occasionally, as
in the case of China, they may be
afflicted with Kleptomania.
Dr. Simmon's Sarsaparilla invig-
orating to the nervous system,
tones and strengthens the digestive
organs, and at the same time eradi-
cates disease. Fifty cents and 50
According to Perry Heath's idfeas
it is perhaps natural that Mr. Han-
na should deprecate the idea of a
third term for President McKinley.
We are now receiving our sec-
ond car-load of buggies. All styles
of buggies, standard makes, guar-
anteed values. Buy one and make
j our wife or sweetheart happy.
Rudf. & Hamilton.
If Governor McSweeny will not
accept the senatorial resignations
there is little doubt but that vice
president Roosevelt will. Mr. Till-
man at least is quite willing to try
him if Mr. McLaurin will join in.
Your local coupon ticket agent
has been supplied with illustrated
and descriptive literature showing
ing the beauties of the scenery and
resorts of Colorado and the Rocky
Mountains. These books are free
for the asking, and "The Denver
Road" will be glad to give ridded
assistance by correspondence in
vour choice ot a place to spend
The pretension of the New York
Yacht Club to fair play seem to be
about as hollow as the steel masts
of the contesting yachts.
A complet. line of shelf hard-
, ware and farm implements at L. T.
& J. W. Ferguson's.
Governor McSweeney is very
anxious that Senator Tillmaa
resign unconditionally. Can it be
that the governor himself would
like to succeed to the vacated post?
How many chill tonics have
stood the test of ten or fifteen
years—few. very few. Cheatham's
Chill Tonic has done so. Cheat-
I ham s Laxative Chill Tonic (tablet
form embodies all the good quali-
ties of the old style in a neat com-
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Echols, R. C. The Mangum Star. (Mangum, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 20, 1901, newspaper, June 20, 1901; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc282050/m1/3/: accessed February 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.