Mangum Sun-Monitor. (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 2, 1909 Page: 2 of 9
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AT OUR PLACE
In order to move our
stock so we can build
new sheds, we are
selling everything in
our line at greatly
Get Busy and Take Some
M Bargains in Lumber.
1 Wm. Cameron & Co.
S THE LUMBER PEOPLE.
The Pacific and Atlantic Coast
Colorado and the Northern Lakes
Tickets on Sale
Daily to Sept.
AWIij to Your Local Agent or Write j
for Information About Route* and Rates. <
J. S. McNALLY, D. P. A. j
Oklahoma Citq, Okla. ,
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The Hot Season
b now IJbon IJ»
and Keep Cool
Also, a fine line of other hot
weather goods, ice cream freez-
ers, water coolers, screen doors.
The prices are always right at
r. S. GENTRY,
J Phone 148.
South Side Square.
From the Granite Enterprise,
J. J. Bristow visited his daugh-
ter at Fort Cobb this week.
Willie Dorman is visiting rel-
atives at Dill and Cordeil.
W. R. Veale was in Hobart this
week on business.
Eugene Moseley was in Hobart
on business Wednesday.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Wren Tuesday morning, a boy.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Lyon are rejoic-
ing over the arrival of a girl.
Cieorge M. Curry went to Hobart
on business Wednesday.
Mrs. W. R. Veale is visiting
friends and relatives at McLean,
Mrs. B. L. Carney has returned
from a visit to her mothei at Ben-
Miss Bertha Hudson .of near
Altus, is visiting friends in Granite
Mrs. L. Dinnelly has returned
from a visit with her mother and
sister at Chickasha.
Mrs. C. H. Alspaugh has been
quite sick recently but we are glad
to learn that she is recovering.
Misses Clara and Vesta Tompkins
have returned from a visit with
relatives in Elk City.
JudgeT. F. Morrow was in Man-
gum attending court thi3 week.
Mrs. W. H. Burke is visting
friendsand relatives at Roosevelt
Attorney B. F. Van Dyke has
been in Mangum for the past two
weeks attending to legal business.
K. C. Cox says that anyone in
need of a gate is respectfully re-
fered to Pat Burke, as he is well
D. L. Parnell left last week for
San Antonio San Benito, Laredo,
and other ponts in southern Texas.
Carl W. Dennev, of Law*
arrived Monday to take a position
behind the prescription case ot W.
Potmaster McRee has returned
after a three week's vacation with
old home folks in Missouri.
J. E. Fortune, of Purcell, a
large dealer in produce was in the
city this week with a view of es-
tablishing a branch shipping
po nt for his business.
H. R. McCarty has opened a res-
taurant in connection with hi3 cold
drink and bottling works on main
street. He invites the hungry
public to call and see him.
Mrs. S. C. Cabiness and daugh-
ter, Miss Lena, left Sunday for
Sulphur, Okla, in the hope that
the change would be beneficial to
Mrs. Cabiness' health
R. R. Wayland, the photog-
rapher. is back from Wellington,
and other points.
He reports heavy rains in that
section recently which extended
east to the Oklahoma line.
Fred Moseley, who has been with
his uncle for some months for Lit-
tle Rock. Ark., where he goes to
take a position in one of the large
County Commissioner 0. C.
Summers and wife have returned
from a trip to southern Tex. Mr.
Summers is preparing to move
to that section for his wife's bene-
Wes Dunham sustained a painful
injury Friday by stepp:ng on a
nail, the point penetrating to the
depth of an inch and a quarter.
He is compelled to go on crutches
bur no very serious reults are fear-
Job Printing Done by theSun-Mon-
itor is the Best.—Quality Counts.
Present Status of Taylor Law Ref-
Guthrie, Okla.. Sept. 2.- The
j supreme court will pass finally,
next Tuesday, on the petitions filed
by the republican state organiza-
tion for a referendum vote on the
Taylor election law. Several
weeks ago., on a motion filed by
former Chief Justice John H Bur-
ford. representing .he state repub-
lican committee, a temporary writ
of mandamus was issued by Chief
Justice M J Kane, compelling the
secretary of state to recieve and
properly file the petition asking
for a referendum election.
This action by Judge Kane
| followed the decision by the sec-
retary of state that no petitions
had been filed with him asking
such a referendum election.
Several days later W. A. Led-
better, the general solicitor in Ok-
lahoma for the Waters-Pierce Oil
Co.. filed an answer in the sup-
reme court as a representative of
the demorcatic state administra-
tion attempting to show the people
| of Oklahoma whv they should be
deprived i>f a referendum vote on
the Taylor electio:. law. It is won-
dered, sometimes, why the Stand-
ard Oil always eomes to the relief
of the democratic state administra-
Jtion. It will be remembered, too.
that state senator Yeager, demo-
crat «>f Tulsa, recently said that
'the Standard is the commercial
ally in Okalhoma of the dem-
Judge Burford, representing the
state republican committee, then
filede a brief in the supreme
court,-on August 10, showing that
the initiative and referendum pro-
visions of the state constitution
are but a joke in the hands ot the
democrats, and showing too, be-
yond a doubt, that when the sec-
retary of state refused to receive
and properly file the petitions for
the Taylor law referendum, he vio-
lated a law and disregarded a pub-
If the writ is made permanent,
then the secretary of state must
file the referendum petitions, must
consider the protests filed against
the petitions by several of the
state democracy and must decide
whether or not the protests shall
stand. If he decides the protests
are sufficient, then the republican
state organization must again ap-
peal to the state supreme court,
this time being squarely up for a
decision the merits and provisions
of the initiative and referendum
laws of the state.
The voters must remember that
the petitions were legally circulat-
ed throughout the state, legally
signed by legal voters, and legally
filed with the secretary of state who
then violated a public duty by ig-
noring the petitions entirely in
urder to defeat the referendum
In day Chicago
A Mangum lady now visiting in
Chicago writes home folks as fol-
lows: Sunday we visited Jackson
Park, the old world's fair grounds
and went rowing. It was great
and the views were lovely. "Mon-
day sister and I took in River
View Park. They had everything
there to catch the five and ten
cent pieces that you could imagine,
am quite sure they just moved the
Midway from the St. Louis
World's Fair to River View. It
was the first time I had ever seen
the shoot the chutes and it was all
beautiful and grand. Tuesday we
went to Lincoln Park and Lake
Shore Drive whexe the dead swells
live—Mrs. Potter Palmer included.
It was all so beautiful and the lake!
I could never tire of looking at it.
"Wednesday I went to the Stu-
debaker theater and saw "The
Candy Shop." That was about the
grandest thing in the spectacular
show line that yours truly ever be-
held. The last act, only had two,
the scene was laid at Coney Island,
N. Y. The candy shop employees
had gone on their summer vacation
and while there had engaged in
vaudeville stunts to pay expenses.
There came in the fine dancing and
singing. The scenic effects were
a dream. The Ferris wheel was
there brilliant with thousands of
electric lights. The shoot the
chutes too, with water and boats
that seemed the real thing until
the opera glasses showed the delus-
ion. There were bridges over la-
goons with automobiles running
across. Barkers in front of the
shows, etc. Every little detail
was looked after. It sure looked
like Coney Island by night.
"Saturday I shall take in another
show but don't know which one
yet but think Jefferson DeAngelis
will catch me. "The Traveling
Salesman" is here. I had read so
much about that in the magazines,
also "A Gentleman from Mississip-
pi." I p.m going to indulge in all
of them for I am show hungry.
"Oh yes. I went down town early
yesterday and visited the Fine Arts
Museum. You remember the
building, had the big lions out in
front standing sentinel and which
greeted us every evening when we
returned from the World's Fair
Grounds? The statuary in there is
an artists dream of all that is beau-
OOLPEN RULE STORE
Specials for Saturday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday)
lolbs Best Granulated Sugar for $ I .OA
When bought with 4 lbs Cocoa
Blended Coffee or 5 lbs "J. T.'
Brand Roasted or 7 lbs Modoc
Roasted for 1.0,
18 lbs Best Granulated Sugar for . 1.00
When bought with $1.00 worth
of any other goods.
y> lb Pound Mixed Tea 85
1 lb Bulk Tea 40
3 Iba Navy Beans 14
3 lb* Uma Beans .19
5 Cans Corn .. .39
S Large Cans Solid lacked Tomatoes .4*
4 5 cent Packs of Salt 15
4 5 cent Packages Arm A H. Soda . .IS
3 Cans Sliced Lem. Cling Peachs . . .59
10 Bars Chrystal White Soap .... .39
4 Packs Blueing 15
Brown Stripe Overalls per pair . $1.00
Men's Work Shirts .50
Good 30-inch Flat Trunk n.50
Summer Underwear 25c and 35
Big Asjortment 10c Hose for IS
3 Plain white Handkerchiefs . . .10
Fine Assortment Umbrellas . . . . 1.00
School Tablets, 400 page 05
Golden Rule Pencils .03
Men's Suits are here. See Them . 15.00
John B. Stetson Hats ; 5.00
All jhe Latest Shoes, $5.00, $3.50
Give Us Your Business. We Have the Goods.
E. T. I1AMER,
Phone 424. North side Square
" FOWLER BORDER
J. F. CAMPBELL
Mangum boasts of having the
best equipped Surgical Hospital
of any city of its size in America,
and probably in the world.
fJ T^T.AND Manager Law and Abstract Department
rJ1> EL8EA M'g'r. Loan and Insurance Department
The Security Investment Co*
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance, Law Abstracts
Office in Sweet building, south side square. Notaries in office.
(successors to elsea bros.)
Our Motto—"Once a Customer, Always a Customer."
We will at all times give you prompt and efficient service aud
C. C. Tillman has placed all of
his acconunts and collections for
scavenger work in our hands for
collection and on the 25th, of each
month we will mail persons we
have on our books a notice of the
amount due. These accounts are
so small that we cannot afford to
get out and collect them so we will
give you ten days from date as
above stated to come to our office
and make settlemet for same or
mail check In event that you fail
to do this we will positively turn
the amount due over to the city
authorities for collection whicb
will mean a fine of five dollars and
costs to you.
Bledsoe £» Wipbam.
From constant wear diamonds
will become loose and the prongs j
wear down until there is danger of j
lossing the stone. We will eaxm-1
ine them for you free of charge. 1
Bring them in befire the stones
are lost. Jno. M. Clower.
Fine line of Post cards and al-i
bums at P. 0. Book Store. ,
....GO TO THE....
Majestic Air Dome
NORTH SIDE SQUARE.
For an Up-To-Date Picture Show.
You will not go home with tired eyes as our pic-
tures are clear and do not flicker.
Admission, 5c and 10c.
Entire change of Programme every other night.
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Crittenden, L. G. Mangum Sun-Monitor. (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 2, 1909, newspaper, September 2, 1909; Mangum, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc284921/m1/2/: accessed December 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.