Mangum Sun-Monitor. (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 2, 1909 Page: 3 of 9
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CITY MEA MARKET
n. Y. HOOVER, Proprietor.
Fresh and Cured Meats of all kinds, Fish, Oysters,
Dressed Chickens and everything kept in an up-to-date
market. "Courtesy, Cleanliness and Fair Dealing"
T\R. A. O. HUGHES
Student K. C. Vetrinary College
Residence 418 West Lincoln street.
Residence Phone 307. Office,
Guthrie & Ball Sale Stables.
I Phone us your orders for Sunday afternoons so to be sure
I getting a good horse and buggy. No poor rigs sent. We are
I the barn with a reputation to keep up and will treat you right.
Phone No. 92
One block north of Square,
on Oklahoma Avenue.
Office with Security Investment
Co., Sweet Bldg., over express
office, Mangum, Okla.
,R. H. H. WYNNE, okcuyt,oki«.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Mangum, First Monday in each
mouth, at Dr. Dodson's office.
Office south side Square.
scoff & scoff,
Farm Loans. Money Ready blow
If you Wdnt a farm loan get our rate and terms
before borrowing. We have a proposition we
think will please you and save you money on the
deal. Let us figure on your loan*
Officfe Upstairs over Postoffic®» /Vtanflum, U«ia
CARRIES A COttPtETE STOCK Of
drugs, patent medicines,
Druggists Sundries, Perfumes^ ^let Articles, Paints, Oils,
Varnish, Window Glass and ^V^thing usually kept in a farst-
class drug stote. We also catfr^f a large stock of
WALL PAWER—Pri(^5 fr°m IOC per dauble roll add up.
Also agents for the fauK&S. Mound City Strictly Pure Paint.
Arthur r. Garrktt Andy M. Stewart
GARRETT & STEWART,
rraetlca m all tne Qomts. QSces
dlatoH Building, Mangum, Okla.
DR. W. H. RUTLAND
Special Attention Giveti the Eye,
Ear, Nose, Throat and Glasses.
Office with Dr. Nfeel.
Office Phone 7.
BEES 510P T
Professional Apiarist Is Quickly
Put to Flight.
CHAS. tt. 'frWACKK
THACKER & THACKER,
Over First National Bank, Man
CHAft. H. EAGIN
FRANK O. EAGIN
EAGIN & EAGIN,
Upstairs in Postoffice Building,
IOtH tyest Grand, Room 5
H. M ATttSteSON,
GEO. W. BOYD.
t. S. NOBtS
Ffrst National Bank,
Jt j* Mangum, Okla. J*
Urtfted States. State and County Depository.
diakctoks. capital, surplus aho kit mswt1,
;£?:SiZ!lT0» Our Patrons receive every Courtesy and AccOjnm
c. c. s. hemming dation within the ranRe of prudent banking.
L. S. NOBLE
BEX LIVERY BARN,
J. H. BEX, Proprietor.
UF TO-DATE LIVELY.
Gkod Teaa to any part erf the country. All calls
•omptly filled, day or night.
| Southeast Cwner Square 'Phone 306
L. B. Price Employment Agency
Offices everywhere through the Great
Ken worthy System.
CAU„ ON US FOR YOUR WANTS
Oklahoma City, - • Oklahoma
Porter Norton, m. d, M. M. IVSArman, m. d
Res. Phone $t2 Rf*. Phone 173.
Drs. DeArman & Norton,
Office and hospital over Mangum
Drug Stores trained nurses always
DR. F. E. RUSHING,
Stomach and Intestines
fcooms 503 and 504 Flatirofl
building, Fort Worth, Texas.
Tisinger, Clay & Robinson,
Offices at both Mangum and
J. DODSON, M. D.,
* Physician and Surgeon.
Office rooms 1 and 2 over Firsi
National Bank. Phone 21.
Confined to civil practice, probate
matters, land law.
L. J. ELLIOTT,
Elliott Building, Mangum, Okla
Weil-Directed Stream of Wat*r
Finally Dislodge* Little Stingers
from Their Shelter in Spout
of Standpipe at Tank.
Spokane, Wash.—While swarming
bees are credited with doing all sorts
of unusual things, probably this is the
first time that a queen and her re-
tinue and subjects completely tied up
a steam railroad. It happened at
Twin Kails, Idaho, the other flay.
Tin dishpans, tom-toms, whistle#
and other recognized lures failed to
dislodge the swarm, which had settled
in the spout of the standpipe at the
water tank, where a long train of
freight cars stood on the mglo ligfc
without sufficient wftlur In the boiler
9l Hie big Ifiogul to pull out. The
driver and coal heaver did excellent
*o«>k in trying to reach the pipe, but
bees gave them short shift and
the nien refused to make a second aV
H> A. Swab, a local expert In bee
matters, bore down upon the sct'Iie to
capture the swarm. He WttB armed
with a nail keg and two long sticks.
He sent his helper to coax the bees
into the keg. but in less than six sec-
onds the assistant had a score of ac-
tive bees up his sleeves, and he made
a dash toward the railway station.
Swab also remembered he had an im-
portant business engagement else-
The foreman and members of the
section crew were next routed, and
when the engineer appealed to Agent
Sullivan that worthy declared it was
_ matter for the maintenance of way
department. The conductor of the
stalled train suggested sending for
the sheriff, while the stoker insisted
upon calling out the fire brigade. The
brakeman on the front end offered no
solution, as he was nursing a dozen
or more knobs of the size of mature
hickory nuts on face, hands and body.
Finally a bystander prescribed the
water cure, adding: "If that doesn t
drive 'em away nothing will." A well-
directed stream from a garden hose
seemed to have a quieting effect, and
the pipe was lowered to the intake
on the tender and the tank filled with
bees and water.
While replacing the pipe the (lr»
man was attacked by a few stragglers,
and to protect himself from further
onslaught he tied a red bandana hand-
kerchief around his head. After rais-
ing the spout he tucked the handker-
chief into his pocket and accepted the
congratulations of the onlookers upon
bis escape, but while mopping bis
face a vagrant bee winged its way out
of tbe folds of the bandana and stung
him on tbe lip.
After the excitement with the beet,
two small boys climbed to the roof of
the water tank and with bare hands
captured the queen, placing her in the
bottom of the keg, into which the
bees quickly swarmed. Swab bought
the swarm, presenting the boys $1.26
and the incident closed.
Do You Open lour Mouth
Like b young bird and gulp down what*
ever !<•«! or medicine may be offered you ?
Or. do you want to know something of the
competition and character of that which
you take into your stomach whether a*
!oo<i or iijedione ?
Most Intelligent and sensible people
now-a-dayt insist on knowing what they
employ whether as food or as medicine.
Dr. Pierce believes they have a perfect
right to Jrtrtet upon such knowledge. So he
t>ubH»he*.**rniidcast and on each bottle-
>cr. whaQTrpfttedicines are made of
he ran ^KlJlrord to do heryns<» tin' moy-p.
tlu- ingredients of which his medicines
nmnAi.yi. «"n u ttim m'uiti
fcremari* an- st \Iri ied a nd understood the
more mil their superior curative virtue!
beaiWV'ttVqE ' ~ ,
For the cure of woman's peculiar weale-
nestes irregularities and derangements,
giving rise to frequent headache", back-
ache. dragging-down pain or distress in
lower jtbdominal or pelvic region, accom-
panied, outlines. •tfuli a debilitating,
pelvic, catarrhal drain and kindrea s?mj>
tom* of weakness, Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription is a most efficient remedy.
It is equally effective in curing painful
periods, in Kivfrrb strength to n"r8ll4l
mothflt and la fVeparttVP the system cn
the expeclaflt mother for baby's coming,
thus rendering childbirth safe and Crtm-
parativeiy painless. The "Favorite Pre-
scription" a must potent, strengthening
tonic t< tli* general Eastern and to the
organs distinctly feminine in particular.
It if also a soothing and invigorating
hefVlne and eures nervous exhaustion,
hervous prostration, neuralgia, hysteria,
spasms, chorea or St. Vitu^'s dance, and
other distressing nervous symptoms at-
tendant upon functional and organic ais-
?«se« of the distinctly feminine organs.
A host cf medical authorities of all the
several schools of practice, recommend
r.ch of the several ingredients of which
'Favorite Prescription" is made for the
cure of the diseases for which it is claimed
to be a cure. You may read what thev
sav /or yourself by sending a postal card
request lor a free booklet of extracts
from ihe leading authorities, to Dr. R. \ .
Pierce, Invalids' Hotel and Surgical In-
stitute. Buffalo. N. Y., atd it will come to
you by return post.
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Lawton, Oklahoma.
Auguts 11, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that Dav-
id N. Eulitt, of Granite, Okla.*
who on July, 14th, 1902, made H..
E. No. 8770, Serial No. 04099, Lot
7, Sec. 3 and lot 11, Section 4„
Township 5 N, Range 20 W, Indian
Meridian, has filed notice of inten-
tion to make final five year proof,
to establish claim to the land:
above described, before 0. P. Ell-
iott, U. S. Commissioner, at his
office at Mangum, Okla., on the?
24th, day of September, 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses:
W. A. Preuit, J. T. Preuit and!
W. M. Richardson, of Lone Wolf,.
Okla., J. R. Hill of, Lugert. Okla-
h. D. Mcknight, Register.
We will seD -our <6ld Office Building
also a lot of secoud hand shed
lumber very cheap. Come and
jet it ibefore ilt is all gone.
• Makes a, busines of Insur
anee exclusively, any kind you
want and in the best companies.
Offie. west of First National B»nk «nd oppo-
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Lawton, Oklahoma.
August II, 1909;.
Notice is hereby given that Clar-
ence T. Miller, of Mangum. ^Okla.,.
who,on Feb., 12th, 1903, made H„
E. No. 9768, Serial 04246, for lot®
3 and 4, Sec. 1 and lot 1, See. 2, IT
4N, Range 23W. Indian Meridian ,„
has filed notice of intention ten.
make final five year proof,, to estab-
lish claim to the land above de-
scribed, before O. P. Elliott, U_
S. Commissioner, at his office at
Mangum, Okla., on the 24th, dayr
of September, 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Charles H. Eagin, Charles J-
Whitehurst, James A. McKinnia
and Erastus A. Miller,all of Man-
H. D. MCKNIGHT. Rsglater.
The greer bond &
Hawkins Bldg, Mangum, Okla.
School and Municipal Bonds. County
Township and School Warrant* *t>d Industrial
Stocks Bought and Sold.
See D. R. Dial, get so«oe cheap
money and get out and speculate,
one dollar invested will double in
the next six months.
man Coughs Op Lfefei*.
Georgetown. Del./—U»der treatment
'tor a long time for what W*s supposed
' 1© be canter of tbe atomaeb, Clarence
Tbamira— a nml| farmer near here.
■HoWenlf iouA ftWef
>Lp a small-Hsar4Mlfce ertfntere.
EYer since last rammer, wllea^ <nr
'tog tbe haying ttaa*. Tbompeon irank
from a small stream la one end of tbe
; he has been suffering from the
peine to his stomach. an4 baa gradual
ty grown to b* a mere shadow of his
• former robust self.
It Is believed b# unwittingly swal-
. towed tbe "-—re at that time
t.Sacw grin*. 1 HwllM.
Richmond. Va.—Pretty Mrs. Corinne
Katolgh of thin city, a yonag widow,
forced to make her llvfog by -working
to a tobacco factory. T»1aee* Xb^e lines
la a package of tofeu .. f un very
Bast Orange. N. J.—In a residence
section aiive with dogs of a« breeds,
to which a fox terrier is tke best e*
ample of tbe caatoe with kiimaa pro-
eHritMa, P«f. Ad p« « He
Mr*. Fred Norris, has worn tke palm
simply by coatracttag wbooptog oough
Poxy is four years old and has spent
most of kls time with tke children of
tke block. Tkere name a* epidemic
of wkooptog cougk and r©*y caugkt
It It began with na«n aatonal cough:
then the cough ginff and gaat
ly reached the asrta e^nge Tke tor
rter sow -whoope" like a child. Nor
rls called la a veterinarian, who
studied the symptoms aad Anally gare
his opinion that PVwy had the child's
disease He will be takem with his
owners to Oiford N T„ where It Is
fcjprl| a change of air wtU help him
to throw off the malady.
The great num
ber of photo-
graphs we have
t h a k e n it is
we have yet to
hear the first
secret of this is
that we give our
best skill and
care to each sit-
ter. It ie our
onr aim in every
case to make the
If yon sit for us
you can counton
our best efforts
to make your
delight to your-
self and friends,
and a testimony
to the superior-
ity of this studio
SECURES LEASE ON MOUNTAIN
Farmer Free Patch of 900 Acres gf
Huckleberry Trees te Be 1
Made Monsy Maker.
Duabore, Pa.—The biggest garden In
tbe United States has just been leased
by T. L. Smith of New Albany. It la
a huckleberry garden, consisting of 900
acres on the Hatch mountains, one of
the most famous blue huckleberry
patches in all Pennsylvania. From
time almost immemorial families uf.
squatters have spent whole seasons of
picking on these mountains, shipping
the berries to the Philadelphia and
New York markets, while during the
I height of the season farmers and
I others for many miles around would
take their families and drive to the
mountain for a day or two of picking.
But all this free and easy custom is
now a thing of the past, for with the
Smith lease, formal trespass notices
have been published warning all
against picking berries on the Hatch
mountains without permission of the
However, the proprietorship of the
famous berry patch by Smith opens up
a new industry, for he asks that at
least 50 persons apply to him for work
at picking berries. Good camping
grounds and substantial food are guar-
anteed. while the wage to be paid will
depend upon the activity of the pick-
ers. Usually huckleberries bring at
tbe rate of six cents a quart at tbe
cars. and. as the Hatch mountsins are
usually good for three or four carloads
of berries a season, the Industry prom-
ises to be both s unique snd an exten-
There is one peculiarity in connec-
tion with the Hatcn mountains, as
compared with tbe huckleberry dis-
tricts of other sections of the state,
nd that to the eeM-etty of snaken.
There are practically no rattlesnakes,
though occasionally a copperhead la
For Your Health.
We attend to your wants
when you are sick or un-
We never use a substi-
tute in medicines or pre-
We carry everything in
the drug line.
LET US BE YOUR
City Drug Store,
GORDON & SMITH, Propr's.
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Lawton, Oklahoma).
July 9, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that
Florence S. Crosby, for the heiis
of Thomas U. Cogdi'H, cfeceased, of
Eriek, Okla., who on April 29„
1903, made Homestead Entry No.
10041, Serial No. 04127, for
Section 28. Township 5 N, Range21v
West Indian Meridian, has filedl
notice of intention to make final
five year proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
E. D. Pritchard, U. S. Commiss-
ioner, at his office at Erick, Okla.»
on the 18th, day of August, 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses::
M. H. Crosby, G. R. Crosby, GL
W. Pigg and G. W>. Eloydk •£
H. D. MCKNIGHT. RegtaUr.
A Safe Combination---Read Your |
Home Paner .
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need a paper for world wide gener-
al news. You eannot choose a
better one—one adapted to the wants
of all the family;—than the Dallas
Semi-Weekly News. By subscrib-
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and the Semi-Weekly News togeth-
er, you get both papers one year
for $1.75. No subscription can be
accepted for less than one year at
this rate and the amount is payable
cash in advance. Order now. Do
Tke fcvorite candidate fafe anr<*®»
rartstft. HoMatwa««6n»gkt Mot*
AsfobBa many years; never a fault
to its diseewditf nevor fcchanga or »•-
slatiea is its highest -grade qaafity.
FOR SALB BY
B. E.[DAVIS Grocery.
Packed in 1 lb, 2 lb, and 3 lb. C—a
School will open on September J
20th if the two ward buildings are
ready in time.
School books in use prior to Sep-
tember 14. 1906. may be exchanged
for the adopted books until Sep-
tember 14. 1909.
The exchange price is the price
at which supplies of basal texts
may be obtained when old books are
given in exchange. Books have
been ordered and patrons should
be prepared to avail themselves of
the advantages of the exchange.
Legislature te taws Frog.
Waco. Te*.—Got. Campbell will he
_jhed by M R. Darts of this city,
secretary of the Tosas Auduboa so-
ciety. to call a special session of the
legislature to act for the protection
of the horned frog, which Is rapidly
becoming eitlact la this state. Mr.
Davis has been Informed that the
.reoUires are being shipped to sev-
eral large cities In enormous quan-
tities to bo var » d and uaed for
Big Fara» Loon*.
W. H. Dickey is hunting for
some big farm loans. He has as
client that willtfve special imluee-
ments for them. Cash waiting in
bank. He will com* to your home
to close up. Best offer in the field.
Write or phone him, rear of Cur-
We have recently received a fine
1 ne of merschaum and french briar
pipes. P. O. Book Store.
Jersey Cows And Heifers
Have hetltr* Ire* »•?
be fre«h .11 >lo>I tarou«S
xhipprd in thm spring Cam* Now awfl
sVvWr Apply «» l>OCK MIAOWS, or
rfVOH VAllGHAN. Blair. Okla.
PacK Valves and Completely Cripplo
Vessel When Water Cannot Bo
pumped Into Condenser. .
Boston.—That an ocean steamship
could be completely crippled by Jelly
flah. brought to a standstill and finally
compelled to anchor until the engln*
room force ceuld overcome the diffi-
culty seems impossible, but such wan
the experience of the British steanseF
Indramayo on the passage from Boa-
ton to New Yorh.
While going through Vineyard i
the eaglnee finally began to
e* rangely, and the chief engineer
»>rted the matter to Capt. Thlrh
Investigation showed that it wn*
possible to get water Int* the «
The engtaeere found the
packed with a *ubstnnce rea
soft seep, hot wh4«h woe thai
thousands of jolly dah-
Fortuse Found in Buaftl*. '
Port Plain. N. T -Moro than «1tBe
004 la boads. bank notes, and bM
has beea found hidden In the h—o nt
Elisabeth DiefOndorf; an ■"anfcto
maiden recluse who died here the c«B>
or day leaving an eetate estimated to
fee wort* fl,•*•■••* The rear ynt«
la to he plowed end the booee tom
down if further search promises r^
turns. Some of the
hidden ia old busUee. bonnota. an*
drsssrs that were worn before tis
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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/m1/3/: accessed November 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.