Mangum Sun-Monitor. (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 11, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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Editor and Publlahei.
POBUSHKD KVKKY THURSWAY.
Inttrcd at tbr PodoScc at Mangum, O. T.
Phone No. 8.
Thf SUN-MONITOR ii read each
eek by Five Thousand people in
THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1908.
HON. WILLIAn H. TAFT
The Hollis boosters are very
anxious to have the election in the
southern part of Looney and Hollis
townships result in a decision to
remain in Greer county, because
if that territory is cut off from
Greer Hollis' hopes of ever getting
to be a county seat will be blasted.
We have talked with a number
of citizens of the territory in ques-
tion and while they dislike the
idea of being severed from Old
Greer yet they believe it will be
much more convenient to have
their county seat at Olustee,
which is twelve to twenty miles
from them, instead of at Mangum,
which is forty miles away, but they
would be but little nearer their coun-
ty town if Altus wins the county seat
Who Will Be The Next President?
The action of the people next
November, will decide that, but
in tha meantime there are other
things to think about.
The comforts of HOME, are dear
to every citizen, and it is necessary
for the most of us, to economize,
in order that we may gain that end.
In this connection we desire to
call your attention, to the fact,
that you can buy Mangum Flour,
for less money, than any other
flour, and the quality we guaran-
tee. We are hers every day of the
year to make that guarantee good,
as our busness depends on it.
WE ARE NOT GOING OUT OF
BUSINESS, BUT THE BIG SALE
RUNS THE YEAR ROUND, and
anyone can buy, at any time, White
Rose flour at ten cents per hundred
above our wholesale price. We
mean business and will do just as
we say. The oat market is not
going to be as strong as it was last
year, we judge from our market
reports, and in view of the prevail-
ing high prices of feed stuffs,
think it would be well for the
farmers to hold enough oats for
feeding their work stock till oats
Wheat is declining in the specu-
lative market, but there is no tell-
ing what effect the excessive rains
will have. It is worth around 70c
per bushel this track now.
We will be in the market, for
both wheat and oats, and will be in
a position to pay top prices.
Plenty of Ave bushel oat bags
at 10c each. Plenty of McAlester
Lump Coal at $7,50 screened. Re-
member White Rose is $1.15 per
sack. If you want to know what
we are doing, call us up, PHONE
MANGUM MILL &
$150 For Best Article
The Republican Congressional
Committee offers $150 for the best
article not exceeding 1,000 words
on the subject:
WHY THE REPUBLICAN PARTY
SHOULD BE SUCCESSFUL
The competition is open to all.
In judging the merits to contri-
butions considerations will be given
not only to style, arguments and
facts presented, but to the convinc-
ing power, and it should be borne
in mind that Members of Congress
are to be elected as well as presi-
dent and Vice-President.
No manuscripts will be returned,
but will be the property of the
committee. The best article will
be used widely both in the news-
papers of the country and in pam-
The reward will be made and
check sent to successful contestant
about August 15th. Manuscripts
must be mailed not later than
July 15th to
Republican Congressional Commit-
Metropoliaton Bank Building,
Washington, D. C.
For Sale:—One light-iron axle
two horse wagon, cash or credit.
..n> ««.ire Snow Gro. Co.
ie8, is pe.
Don't do any*
Election to be held in the following described territory on the 23,
day of June, 1908.
Beginning at the Northeast (NE) corner of Section Twenty-four
(24), in Township Two (Z), North, of Range Twenty-four(24) east of
the Indian Meridian, in Greer county, State of Oklahoma, thence west
0n section lines to the state line, thence south on the state line to the
Red River, thence east and southeast (SE) following the Red river to
the base line, thence east on the base ilne to the south east (SE) corner
of Section Thirty-six (36), in Township One (I) north, Range Twenty-
four (24) west Indian Meridian, thence north on the line between ranges
Twenty-three (23) and Twenty-four (24) west Indian Meridian, to the
place of beginning.
Shall said territory, become a part of Jackson County?
How to Vote.
If you want to vote for the described territory to be attached
Jackson County, stamp a oross in the square by the word "YES."
If you want to vote against attaching the above described territory to
Jackson County, stamp a cross in the square by the word "NO".
SHE KEPT HIM
The girl with the large brown eyee
end golden hair looked up engagingly.
Candor waa written large on her face.
"I always mean what I say," she In-
The young man elttlng beelde her tn
the secluded corner back of the palms
tried to elevate his eyebrows in >
superior way, but failed.
"That's what you say," he mur-
mured. with the accent on the pro-
noun. "You're only Joking. You
couldn't be serious If you tried."
"Now, that ts unkind of you. Harry,"
she said, tn a grieved tone. "I'm sure
I doo't see why you of all persona
should talk that way. You don't
mean to say you don't believe me
when I say things? I never had my
word doubted before!"
"That wasnt what I meant." said
the young man, uncomfortably.
"I should hope not," said the young
woman. "Well, what did you mean?"
The young man lifted one foot and
took a palm leaf between his finger*.
"Yoa know well enough," he replied
st last. "Any one to hear you talk
would think that you—er—thouglii
lots of me, and you don't at all.
You let me make an Idiot of myself,
and all the time you are having the
beat sort of time and laughing to
yourself! Oh, I can see!"
The young woman sighed and shook
her head. "You are so set in your
ideas," she murmured. "By the way,
do you think that when you asked ma
to marry you it waa a case of your
making an idiot of yourself? Be-
"You catch a fellow up so." he com-
plained. "I never know anyone like
yon. All other girls—"
"That you've proposed to?" Inter-
rupted the young woman, interestedly.
"Certainly not!" Bald the young
man, "There's no use trying to talk
to you because you twiBt things
around so. Maybe you think I don't
mean it and that's why you won't be
"I don't see how I could be any
more serious than I am," she said
plaintively. "Here I let you take mc
away off in this corner, when I should
be dancing with another man! He'll
be so angry!"
"Let him," said the young man, ritev-
agely. "Hesldea, I don't know whether
you come with me because you liked
to be with me or because I'm such a
Joke to you. Do you treat everyone
"Harry," said the young woman, Im-
pressively, "I treat nobody as I do
The yotmg man scowled at her a
minute and then suspicion arose tri-
umphant "1 dont believe you do,"
be agreed, bitterly. "I suppose no
other man would stand It! I'm easy!"
"If you are going to be hateful." she
said sweetly, "you might as well take
ma back to the others."
"And let Bmlth have his danoe? I
guess not!" growled the young man.
"Tve no doubt you want to get rid of
Bhe laid ber hand on his coat ■leenre.
"Tton't you believe I like you?" she
ssked, with hur gaze clear and lim-
"I, don't know," he said, gloomily.
"Anyhow, I never knew a girl before
who said sbe likwl a man who—who
tormented him so."
"Tou have had bo much experience,"
sbe said, shaking ber head admiringly.
"That's where you have the Advantage
She mot hit unbelieving gigace t»
"Humph!" be said at laat "I a ap-
pose no one ever paid any attention to
you before! Oh, not at all! Besides,
you're making game of me. I (on'j
krnow much about managing girls. 1
cant seem to strike the right track. I
wlab I know how to make you say
"You don't look as if you had been
losing sleep or mltslng meals through
your anxiety." she said meditatively,
"I don't think it can worry yoo
"You dont know!" said the young
man darkly. "I never cared as much
about anyone before. I think about
you all the time and you don't care
whether I'm around or not!"
"Harry," said the young woman,
"believe ma, you are the chiff Joy at
my life! I wouldn't miss having these
little chats with you for anything!
They are so—so revivifying! Really,
I'm very fond of you!"
"Do you mean It?" asked the young
man, with a struggling hope.
"Of course I do," said the young
In the depths of her eyes he caught
an instant's flash of an imp of mis-
"Oh, pshaw!" be growled^ getting
up and walking back and forth. "You
don't mean anything you say} Not a
"If a so bard not ts have yoa believe
me," she said with pretty sadaeaa as
they left tbe corner, "when I am ao
much in earnest!"
"The deuce you are!" said the young
man, hopelessly.—Chicago Daily Newa.
"Why are you so anxious to have
all the railways In existence undet
"1 want to be in a position," an-
swered Mr. Dustin Bus, "where I can
have my transportation in my pocket,
no matter what part of the world I
strike. I don't want to bo obliged to
stand In line to await the lelaure of a
nervous and overworked ticket
All Pointing to Hope.
Who shall despair while the field!
of the earth are sown with flowers and
the fields of heaven blossom with
sure?—H. W. Mable.
Be a Booster.
Be a booster. The knocker is u*u>
any the man who waits for something
to turn up or tries to get something
for nothing.—Salt Lake Tribune.
Concerning Bores and Frumpe.
With women the bores are tf"~ over
educated and the frumps are the over
dressed. TOo much of a good thing la
Little Eddie (who has been wUk Ms
father to the barber's)—Ob, 'n' then
the ma" squirted some catsup on
papa's hair 'n' made charlotte roszu
"What's tho best wny to save
money f asked the thrifty youth.
"Quit reading the racing news and
the market quotations."
- ' • TV?'"*4
Literature is the stuff authors pro
tfucc during the odd moments when
they are not busy writing for a living.
Adapted for Armed Cruiser*.
Many ot the largest mercantile
Heamers can be convorted Into armad
cruisers In >0 hours.
Millions Invested In Tramwayo.
There iff I8SO.OOO.OOO' Invested in
England's tramways. Hie mileage is
That will rest you, and of the qual-
ity that will satisfy you, and of
beauty and style and design that
will attract you.
We have the furniture and we will guarantee that it is the best in
the market for the money.
All Kinds, Styles and Finishes
and .at prices that defy competition. Here is a cut of one of
our cheaper ones. Two 50 lbs bins in base, legs well braced
and supported, large, roomy top with glass doors, this cab-
inet sells in most furniture stores for #15.00. Our price is
so far below that it will surprise you. Come in and let us
show you this and other handsome cabinets. We will take
pleasure in showing you. We have Kitchen Cabinets from
have the exclusive sale in Mangum and vicinity of the
Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet
The only cabinet made with an aluminum extension top, a pantry, work table and
cabint combined. SEE IT.
Our Line of Carpets, Rugs and Linoliums
is the largest and best selected line in Western Oklahoma. Matting in endless
variety. 200 rolls of matting just received, 30 different styles, all prices from the
cheapest to the best. We make the price on these goods and the price is away
down low. I,inolium, a big stock and a large variety of patterns.
Undertaking and Embalming a specialty. Calls answered day
J. W. LOVETT,
The Furniture Man.
South Side Square.
He—Have I any rival in your affec-
She—No-o. At least I cannot think
of anybody else I regard with equal
NOT JEALOUS, BUT—
Hubby (to wifey, both going to a
faecy-dress ball)—There, dea*, I'm go
lag as a bear.
Wifey—All right, dear; but be car*
ful whom you hug. Remember, I shall
have my eyes on you.
fiapleigb—I make my—aw—liv-
ing by my wits, dencher know.
Mies Caxistique—Well, here's a
dime. Run along arid get some-
thing to cat
Rabies are the potent dictators of
the household ami their cry is more
important than a presidential p roc la-
Are You Going
to Buy Any
Fruit Jars, Jar Tops or
We have just received a car, and as the price is
steadily advancing, and the supply short, better buy
NOW. We have the Schram Patent, and the Ball
Mason Jars and everything necessary, for taking
care of your fruit and vegetables. We have the
biggest stock of Groceries in Greer county, and you
will find us always in line.
SNOW GROCERY CO.,
Book Agent—"Madame, I waa re-
auested to call on you to show you
this great work, "How to Cook Prop-
erly.' " Madame—"Who sent you
fcereT" Book Agent—"Your husband."
Small Things Lead to Great.
Bow a thought, you reap a word;
sow a word, you reap an act; sow
an act, you reap a habit; sow a
habit, you reap a destiny I —W. M.
It ti not always a sign Wfcen A girt
fawns that she wants the young man
to go home. If she tries to hide it
be may be Justified tn hanging around
Put one capful of sweet milk an
the stove. Whan near the boiling
point «tlr to a smooth paste two
tablespoonfuls of flour, put in the
milk and stir till thick. Then set
aside to cooL Add one can of Salmon
freed from bones; mash fine with fork,
two well beaten eggs, one teaspoon*
ful of salt, a pinch-of pepper. Add
thickened milk and one pint of bread
crumbs. Mix well together. Form In
small cakes and fry in spider In bot
grease till a rich brown.
FOR SLAE—I have 480 acres of
grain and cotton land with house,
orchard, graneries, sheds cisterns,
wells, shade trees and water in the
pastures, all fenced, 400 acres in
cultivation, that I will sell at $24
per acre. Possession as fast as
crops are harvested. See owner,
Robt. E. Dever, at the farm, three
miles south of Willow, Greer county
LOST—Ladies Black Silk Cloak.
Finder pleaee leave at this office.
Who wants a good, second hand,
eight foot Deering binder, $50 cash,
or good note $50. R. E. Dever,
threemiles south of Willow.
WANTED—To sell you cheap, a
fine large residence lot in East Man-
gum. Address, Lock Box No. 27,
Tiaban, N. M.
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