Mangum Sun-Monitor. (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 22, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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viatlcd hi* nephew, C W Utlwudi,
Saturday and Sunday. It wa»
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lid ward* ami wife ol Headrick, ac
companud \lr Edwards on the
The »tock-holders of ihc Farmer*'
Gin & Supply Co.. met Saturday
and orgauued. The following
officers were elected: F. I). Woody,
President; C. W. Edward*, Secre-
tary and Treasurer; W. L. Caateel,
Vicc Pre*ident. Hoard of Direc-
tor.. F. S. Woody. C. W. Ed-
ward*, A. HcndrickH, W. H. Fort-
wood and and H. Net her ton.
Robert Kelley and Mi** Maude
Greer were married Sunday at the
residence ol the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mr*. Win. Greer. Mr.
Kelley i* a nice young man and
also wise as shown by his selection
of a bride, who is one of our most
amiable young ladies. May they
live long and happily together.
A Scientific Wonder.
The cure* that stand to Ita credit
make Bucklen's Arnica Salve a scien-
tific wonder. It cured E. R. Mulford,
lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry,
Waynesboro, Pa., of a distressing case
of piles. It heals the worst bums,
•ores, bolls, ulcers, cuts, wounds, chil-
blains and salt rheum. Only 25c. at
R. C. Hannah's drug store.
From the Republican March. 15.
Miss Blanche Storts departed
last Friday for Amarillo, to visit
with her friend, Miss Addie Brady.
J. T. Neely and T. O. Funder-
burg are shaking hands with old
friends at the Cattlemen's conven-
T. A. Fleeman, last Saturday,
sold a pig to Neely & Funderburg
for which he received sixteen dol-
Miss Lettye Gilbert, a charming
and accomplished young lady of
Elk City, visited in Erick last
Tim Burton, of Sweetwater, and
Miss Grace Young were married
near Mobeetie, Texas; on Sunday,
Clay Hodges returned Tuesday
morning from Portales, N. M.,
near which place he made home-
stead entry on a fine tract of land.
Miss Annie Smith, who has been
teaching the school at Emma, clos-
ed the school yesterday and will
depart Sunday for Edmond to
enter the normal school at that
Odesso, the five-year-old daught-
er nf Mrs. Pearl Burke and niece
of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Nichols of
Erick, died at the family home at
Collinsville. Texas, March 1, of
L. K. Till, residing one and a
kalf miles south of town, has re-
ceived twenty pounds of watermel-
on seed and will plant 40 acres in
aielons this year. He has promis-
ed to keep the Republican force
The Melon and Truck Growers'
association will have their next
meeting on Saturday afternoon,
March 17. It is important for all
members to be present, especially
those who have not made arrange-
ments for their seed.
J. F. Kirby, of Granite, is tem-
porarily in charge of the Erick
State Bank, during the absence of
I. O. Greason, who together with
Mrs. Greason and Master Monroe,
is taking in the Cattlemen's Con-
vention at Oklahoma City.
The dray team of Roy Hutto be-
came frightened yesterday while
standing hitched in front of Stubbs*
barber shop and ran away, collid-
ing with the woodeq awning in
front of the Erick State Bank,
breaking the axle off at the hub
and breaking the wagon tongue,
which was about all the damage
that was done.
The infant *on of Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Gibson died last Friday
evening and was buried at Delhi
Saturday Rev. Harris conducteu
the faneral. The Republican to-
gether with the many friends of
Mr. and. Mrs. Gibson, extends
sympathv to the bereaved family.
One full page, per issue . . . $12.00
One-half page, per issue . . . 6.00
one-fourth page, per issue . 3.00
Small advertisements 12 1-2 cents
an inch per issue, or 50 cents an
inch per month.
No display advertisement taken
for less than $1.00.
Reading notices 5 cents per line
single issue, three issues or over,
4 cents a line.
All Kinds of
Stoves, Tinware, Ginniteware, Gal-
vanixed-ware and Ouccnswarc, Guns
and Ammunition, light and Heavy Har-
ness, Edged Tools ami Cutlery, Wind-
mills, Pump* and Well Casing and a
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Tin Shop and
Carl Armstrong, the seven-year-
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Buck
Armstrong, last Saturday became
imbued with a desire to climb tele-
phone poles. He proceeded to put
the desire into execution by climb-
ing the pole standing in front of
Mr. Armstrong's place of business,
and when about twelve feet from
the ground he slipped and fell, and
was caught in the arm pit by
an iron spike in the pole about
eight feet from the ground causing
a painful wound from which the
little fellow is still suffering.
The case of the Territory of
OHahoma against F. T. Schuck
and others for an offense alleged to
have been committed against the
ordinances of the town of Erick
held the boards in justice court
here for a short time last Saturday
afternoon. The defendant was
charged with breaking a lamp
chimney and being otherwise tu-
multuous and disoiderly at the
Texas house a few nights previous.
It was proven that the lamp chim-
ney was broken, but as it was not
shown that it was broken by the
defendant he was discharged.
This is So.
We wish to state in as plain and
vigorous way as words can express It
that Hant's Cure will positively, quick-
ly and permanently cure any form of
Itching Skin disease known. One ap-
plication affords relief.
Wonderful Work of a Watch.
In perfect running order, the balance
wheel of a timepiece makes 18.000 Vi-
brations per hour. The number of
'miles a year the movement of a cor-
rectly adjusted balance wheel will
equal is 3.558. To make this run less
than one-tenth of a drop of oil Is con
«atned. In order to keep a watch In
proper condition It Is advisable to
have the timepiece thoroughly over-
loaded seml-annoallv. The life' of •
watch Is lengthened by having It
boose-cleaned" every sis months
TACT MARK OF TRUE KINDNESS.
Proceeds From the Heart, While Pol-
icy Is From the Head.
A high fence should be built be-
tween the words tact and policy for
the benefit of those who cannot see
the bordering line.
"Oh! I have no tact," they say with
a satisfied air. "Tact and policy are
•hings I know nothing about."
/nd yet the two qualities are as dis-
tinct as north and south.
Tact comes from the heart, and
-olicy from the head. Policy is In-
•>rired by selfish interests and Is a
•reacherous quality that one might
well boast the lack of.
Tact springs within from an unwill-
ingness to hurt feelings, and it is the
mar1; of innate kindness that has no
Tact is no enemy to truth. It offers
truth on a salver Instead of throwing
it in the face, that's all.
Was Friend of Capt. Kidd.
Capt. Thomas Paine of Newport,
founder of Trinity church, where fash-
ionable weddings are celebrated In
the twentieth century, was one of the
notorious characters of the seven-
teenth century. He was a friend and
some time a partner of William Kldd.
He retired from the exciting life to a
quiet abode on Conanicut island in
Narragansett bay. where a messen-
ger from Kidd found him when Kldd
lay a prisoner in Boston. To Paine's
credit he sent Kldd seven bars of gold
with which to bribe his Jailors, In
spite of which Kidd swung by the
neck In London.
Testimony From the Heart.
An old Welshman who, in his nine-
ty-eighth year, saw fit to make a pew
will, came to the point briefly and
specifically: "I give to my old faith-
ful servant, Esther Jones, the whole
that I am possessed of, eithar in
personal property, land or otherwise.
She Is a talerabie good woman, but
would be much better If she had aot
so clamorous a tongue. She has. how-
ever. one great vtrtoe. which la a
veil to her foibles—strict hoaeary."
ABSENCE MAKES HEART FONDER
Advice of Worldly Wise Woman to
"If a wife would keep her husband
aer lover, let him miss her now and
then," is the advice of a worldly wise
woman. "Men get tired of their
wiv^es Just from seeing them around
so much. The same face at breakfast
35 times a year; the same face at
dinner year in and year out; neither
realizes what the trouble Is, and the
wife, as often as not, thinks it is her
r'ault, and prods herself into greater
conscientiousness, greater fidelity,
rituff and nonsense! Let her pack her
grip and go off for a holiday. Give
iiimthe Jolt of finding that he must
eat his dinner alone once in a while.
The use-and-wont attitude toward the
wife—the taking her for granted—Jt
is this which, unguessed, unseen, lies
at the bottom of much domestic fric-
tion of the day. In nine cases out of
ten the woman is its victim, but on
fhe other hand, it is generally her
fault to begin with. These self-
effacing, meek, ultra-conscientious
little wives, oh, how much they have
to answer for!"—New York Tribune
Henry. Bergh's Name Honored.
In 1866 the late Henry Bergh found-
ed the American Society for the Pre-
vention of Cruelty to Animals, atfd on
its Incorporation he became its first
president He made himself the butt
of) much ridicule by his persistency
in discevering and bringing to punish-
ment those who offended against its
humane purpose, more especially as
roncerned horses; but when he died,
in 1888. a chain of similar societies
bad been established throughout the
Union and In foreign countries, and
he way held in honor throughout the
world.—New York Sun.
Cyclone at Elmer.
A cyclone visiting Elmer, Okla.,
totally destroyed the residence of
G. W Brake. His property was
insured in "The Home" of New
York, they paid bis loss and be
has a new house. Turvey 9c Mills
in connection. In short, everything usually
kept in a first-class Hardware Store. Call and get
my prices before buying anything in my line-
South side square. Mangum. O. T.
One-way, second-class tickets sold by the
Rock Island daily February 15 to April 7.
$33 from Chicago; $30 from St. Louis; $25
from Mo. River; $25.75 from Mangum.
Tickets good in Free Reclining Chair Cars or
in Pullman Tourist Sleepers on payment of
The Rock Island makes a specialty of Tourist
Sleeper Excursions to California_.
Choice of two excellent routes direct to Los
Angeles and San Francisco.
Let me send you our Tourist folder.
E. M. HIGGINS, Agent.
Special Note: Very low one-way rates to Old Mexico
during same period. This is something new an unusual re-
A Lively Tussle
with that old enemy of the race con-
stipation, often ends in appendicitis.
To avoid all serious trouble with
stomach, liver and bowels, take Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They perfect-
ly regulate these organs without pa'.n
or discomfort. 25c. at R. C. Hannah's,
T^OTICEof the discontinuance of
of the Mangum land district in
the Territory of Oklahoma, with
office at Mangum, Oklahoma, and
its consolidation with the Lawton
land district with office at Lawton,
Oklahoma. Notice is hereby giv-
en that the President of the United
States has, by Executive order
dated February 22, 1906, pursuant
to sections 2248 and 2252 of the
Revised Statutes of the United
States, and by virtue of the author-
ity therein given, ordered that the
Mangum land district, with office
at Mangum, Oklahoma, be discon-
tinued, and the lands, business,
and aaahives of said land dis-
trict and office transferred to and
consolidated with the Lawton land
district, with office at Lawton,
Oklahoma. In pursuance of said
Executive order, the land office at
Mangum, Oklahoma, will be per-
manently closed and discontinued
at the close of of official business
hours on April 30, 1906, and its
business and archives transferred
to and made a part of the land of-
fice at Lawton, Oklahoma, on May
1, 1906. Given under my hand at
the City of Washington. District
of Columbia, this 27th day of Feb-
ruary. A. D. 1906.—W. A. Rich-
ards, Commissioner of the General
} Land office.
All kinds of Machinery
and Boiler Repairing.
P. J. BOYLE, Prop'r.
and gratification that comes frem
the knowledge that your linen is
perfectly Laundered, is a pleasant
feeling, if you are one of onr cus-
will give you this feeling, because
j our work cannot be surpassed.
Mangum Steam Laundry.
For Job Printing call
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