Mangum Weekly Star. and The Greer County Democrat (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1916 Page: 3 of 12
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Your Parlor Furniture
^lould have character. Through It you should
express the personality ol your home, wel-
come your tends, voice yoy ***> of b-my
and dignity, put your best foot forward. ^
And. perhaps you will be interested
in adding one or more pieces of new
furniture to your home between now
and Christmas. Buying a good piece
of furniture is a good investment, an
it is time now to come in and look
through and pick out the furniture
you want to give some one for Xmas
We will put your name on it and set
it back and deliver it for you Xmas.
dv Kitchen-Cabinets eve. Of course furniture, like every-
Luy thing else, has advanced some. But
just ask the price anywhere else then
come to us and be convinced that
we're offering greater bargains in
furniture dun any place
you have found.
Our Three-Piece Sets
will grace your home and give jrou Udaag
. satisfaction. Their deaign U a delight and
their construction substantial. Inspect our ,
slock. Get prices. • I
Our Word h a Guaranty of HonutVah*
IT VERY considerate w*°t<
L m* 1* wWshoaewoA «
apnM. And dBdiBe ss.es seowslies
«JVfT-=x*« isoutos Jer «hsn a Mk*fe
HAVE you ever noticed the tack of
comfortable chairs « some boom?
Docan't it always make you fed that yoaaio
not a vwy welcome guest in inch placss?
Make Your Guests
Good, big morris chain and wid^roomr
rockers are hot only nice to bSva vtieo you
entertain Hend«, tot «bey are Shoetk
ing to your fiunfljr at all times. We
many styles to show you. *
Modernize Your J
'* Kitchen Now *■
This b an uwinl «|!|Ml«aSW ts
«n dacart Utthea esMMtetaW
low price. Krentfaooghyon hewat ^sdded
definitely on getting a kitchen cabinet, come
fat and took over our line.
. . i-
We learn from the Brooklyn Eagle
that a national Society of Approvers,
or, rather of approving Americans,
has been formed. Ita slogan is: "I Ap-
prove," and the Eagle, coming in to
aid to this Democratic Side show, sug-
gests a list of approbatory declara-
tions. We take pleasure in copying
We approve the selection of William
Jennings Bryan as Secretory of State.
We approve his resignation.
We approve the stand of Mr. Wil-
son in opposition to a natinoal de-
fense program ill 1914.
We approve his addresses
«f a national defend P££• l*
We approve the capture of vera
Cnuc with the object of enforcing a
salute to the American nlag.
We approve his J^drawal of o«r
troupes from Vera Crus with the Am-
erican flag untainted. u
We approve his i
erta must not be announoe-
«"•" •' p"ck0
Villa- _ .. Botiftoatloa of Ger-
many that °*
'chant ships "^.T^Uration during
JTMEK that we
are to P^dJ\f*55kken flst.
We aPP^S'adioonitory finger.
We approve bis ao, he advarw^"
We ^eJe2 STwhen he jfoe | ^
and when he bacKs up. vertical-
troth, and it would ne a very
that would net double discount the el-
ection law we now have. You remem-
ber just two years ago, when the sup-
porters of j. b. a. Robinson, demand-
ed a recount, and openly chared that
Mr. Robinson had been counted
well—that's the same election bunch
and the same election law, that the
people of Oklahoma are going to vote
our of existence, in great 4"*
put one in its' place wMch, is as far
ahead of the one now in force, as the
one we now have is ahead of nothing.
la the County w r
State of Oklahoma.
In the matter of the estate
George M. Sessions, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all per-
claims AffUMt GeOfW •
er, County Judge, at —"*"£7
homa, on the 28th day of Oct, 1916
Claimant names as witnesses:
D. J. Carter, Jessie G. Jones , Olin
Notice is hereby given to all per- D j carter, Jessie G. Jones , OUn
sons having claims against George m. Hamilton and Virginia Hamilton, all
Sessions, decent, that they are re-1£ Man?unli Oklahoma-
quired and must present the samel j y CALLAHAN,
with the necessary vouchers, to Register.
of May, 191«, for the P ffon °<: '*5%? Iro^Jired
h^Vin SLihminUtrator at hi. " W~
of Mangum, in Greer county,
Oklahoma, on the 6th day "«
ber 1916, at the hoar of
p. m. the following described
tate to-wit: the South-west o
.. Meets/ V CAAHATI
Dont merely go to the
Tueeday and vote for a man, just --
cause he happens to be
you vote. Vote the way
and what evar you do. votefor men
whom you know you can J"Mt,
who will give you honest efficient ser-
The Stete Republican committee is
sending out tons of literature to the
County committee each week. If you
tvaven't received information on any
of the issues of the.el*ct^;
wants be known and we will furnish
you with as much as you and your
neighbors will need.
The Democratic PUtfonn says: "We
with tne necwa^y wv"v—' r: -
undersigned administostor "t his of
flee at the Peerless Printery * Book
Store, Mangum, Oklahoma, or to W.
attorneys, Brown ft Brown, at their
offices in Mangum, OklAoma, or file
the same in the office of the c°unty
, Judge of said county, wittun four
. months of the date hereof, or the
on next ^ forever barred.
dated October, 18th, 191«.
Chy A. Sessions, Administrator.
Notice is hereby a tho
R. Stultc, ef Mangum. Oklahonw. who
on Jane 27th, 1918 made Homestead
Entry No. 08140 for NE *A, Sectioa
NOTICE OF SALE IN PARTITION.
In the District Coartin and for Greer
County Stete of Oklahoma.
George W. b right, et al, Pla«:<*iir,
Mary J. Wright, «t al. Defendant.
By virtue of an "alias" order of
sale in partition directed by the clerk
toniwi",) of Section Ten (10),
Township Five (5), North of RW
Twenty-three (28), Wert ofthe In-
dian Meridian, in Greer C0°nty, State
of Oklahoma, said sale not to be less
two thirds of the appraised valr
uation of $1,000. .
Witness my hand this 3rd day «x
county, wltmn ™ ^
date hereof, or the seme wui ne ier-
ever barred. _
Dated October, 18th, m
Emmette R. TaUsy, Adssinletraser.
18-8t. • ■
Notice Urhereby giwn
W. B. HENRY, Sheriff Lajwoa, wh. wM Ooavicte<l at
of'Greer County, OWa.
16-5 By Jno H. Tomme, Undersheriff.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA
GREER COUNTY '
In the County Court, Greer County,
State of Oklahossa.
In the matter of the^^°£02;
3, Talley md Eliiaboth Tsllty bo A
-1916 term of
f Greer County.ofthe
1 y i
Court of GiSer ™ T
cmor of Oklahoma tor
In tetttr M Bryan ««
tions: .d Yie scrupulousl>
"Elections should urity ha:
guarded, and no better glvhlR
yet beeii f°^_<)Bentation on all etec*
each P^SL^C two larger parti«
tton boa rata. The ^ nted, and if
ought alwrfys of ftny conB^*r
there is a third pan,y ^ ^present
able i®®> lt ^.°Ji to allow the doml
«d. It is not wit Representatives
nant party to „artv or parties.
meat shall receive the sanction of our
government which does not expreaely
S gniM the absolute 'equality ofa
our citisens, irrraoective of race creea
or previous nativity and which does
not recognise the right of Expatria-
tion. The American
should protect American citisens in
their rights, not only at home, but
abroad, and any country should be
held to strict accountability, for any
wrongs done them either to person o |
Fellow"citisens read the above pint-
form again and feel the patriotic blue
blood of i776 rise in resentment of ar
unfilled pledge. Have they pi^tected
a single member of the Blalock Col-
ony of Greer County? A band of as
good citisens as ever the ^n shone on
No, and they were not Capitalists.
But poor farmers who were Invited in
to Old Mexico, and went th«re under
a treaty between the United States
and Mexico, that property nd lj£"
would be protected. Tlie resultJs that
their property has been destroyed,
and taken from them, and they have
been driven out of the country to be-
gin their near well-spent lives over
again. Ask our good old friend, John
he will tett you all about it.
Cobbs' Pure Food Candies.
Notice'is hereby given to all per-
notice IB waw, ' p pp_i
sons having claims against B. B. Tal-
m-rtHh. nm Wrtmla Pailor A "Hamuli's oa tte Snow"
W Jii : — inn *
A W IB ~
T° to The OU Walker Furniture BuML„8, ^ <*
Acontinualion of your kind in ttock,and
on, ^ I22S. ^ ^
the week. Wo pay highest P™* fa'JJ0*??GUARANTEED BES1
MANEVS MARVEL ' ,
Remember I The old Walker-Maitln stand, T VV7 lV/I or (? ail
North side square, alta November 1st !
oatrea ana aiseoateat.
nt Kit 1 rOUR PER CENT INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS
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Jessee, Elmer V. Mangum Weekly Star. and The Greer County Democrat (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1916, newspaper, November 2, 1916; Mangum, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc282560/m1/3/: accessed June 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.