Mangum Sun-Monitor. (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 17, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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UcCOLLUTBR, PARVI LOAN'S-CftOP TRHMS. INM'RAXCK, HtiXUKh ABSTRACTER, NOTARY H'HUC, MAM.t M.
Be sorry if you don't.
Be sorry if you do.
S« lake your <*ick watches «nr clocks to
Trie 2 DOCS
* Who will give ihem careful attention.
prices reasonable snd all work fully jjuarauteed*
Optician* and Jcwekr*.
In Stone's Drug Store.
To the Voters of Greer County.
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, who in the iwntr ««f J W. B Tticket
arc maiuglux ll» affair* J■ F- J'Ur*.
li< Mill iheir md«. mid ihe |»«»pl* W m M Paaton,
•houkl. hi the inw—li ot wunonijr ii C. pwtuw.
•ltd km«I itumtittrtii, liceak down <1 B Paxlon.
lhl» political mm»ho|»»I\ . and l«» thai Ji»hti \X citWW,
cud «r invite «l»c taunt- of the W. B Kelly.
ci hi illy t«» Srrt at Mangum. oil S«l X McMillan,
unlay. Aj»rtl 19. in ma**eunvent ion
lu lake »uch »le|*» a» Hill, in the
wiixloni of <iaiU convention wiu ad-
vmah'e in arranging h»r a nominal
tug convention for ilie i»un»m "f
placing 111 Ihe field a full nonparti* _
«ait county ticket lo be known a» C. W Held,
a Citixcna' Ticket. T J. \\illtani».
kam »:>. a dm KM. killtlc*. \V. J. Inderwood
When in the tuuiw u| h
tteul* ii fcevmnf* 0 teWtll i k
t4 a county aSMw
I Mftochfd (i<4n the in*f of a 4un
1 ntani pill) lhal »• <Kilf»JW in the
I inlet*»l •«! 4 lc« lltMrwl «4 the
tuany «ud lu the drirnnent «f the
!h*»t intetr»i» uf iht i*«i«h at
iWriu ll lite duty «■' all (tuiruatr
'»iiurii* lu lay a%ide all pwty p<cju
>1 Ice* and arise ruwwi»* meet lite
rtisrfKettO t#feef county Jfilld
[ l«- redeemed from llie thrakkati ul
a wlAdl lr<
Mere i» Your
Harness and Saddles Cheap
The \V. P. Gistuirsll »U**k ha* heeti
turned over to uie, a» trustee* ami 1 will clone
it out at price* that wi i make them go.
The Mock will invoice a'xittl and »*
all new attiflf and k ' • taterial, in firm-clan*
condition. No old vie. The Goods nnwt jo.
II T NViUlec.
H. G. Wouley.
\V u saiiuu i
K I' McOonnatl,
K H I lever.
Come and buy theui.
South .Side Square.
At the #ame place.
Nut Mated j
II. L. CRITTENDEN.
Editor and Publisher.
Published Evkry Thursday.
Knlrml ■« the Mti« •» °- T
|*honc No. ft.
for city ma1mui.
wc nre authorised t» announce c. c. k<«.*«»«»
r caniliilntr for the office <>( city manlwi, at the
coming city election.
We are authorixed to nnnounce j r. "
a cnmlUlatr for the office of city innr-hal wihlect
ot the will of the voter* at the coming city clec-
The Scn-Monitom i« authorised to announce
w h grovkh «h n candidate f«»r member of the
Umrcl t>f Town Trustees from the second district,
subject to the will of the voters at the election to
l»e held on May 6.
We are authorized to announce a. c. bk
as a candidate for the office of Hheriff of (.rei r j TllllliatlS were forced by
county. Miliject to the will of the Democratic 1
party, at the coming primaries.
for cot-nty treasurer.
We are authorized to announce u» a. Wom-
ack as candidate for the office of county treas-
urer. subject to the will of the Democratic party,
at the coming primaries.
for county attorney.
We are authorized to announce Chakles
Thackkr as a candidate for the office of county
attorney subject to the will of, the Democratic
voters of the county at the coming primaries.
for frohate judge.
we are authorized to announce t. p. Clay asa
candidate for the office of probate judge,h"u!*?
to the will of the Democratic voters at the com
ing primary election.
We are authorized to announce Jarret Todd
as a candidate for the office of probatejudgesub-
ject to the will of the voters at the Democratic
for register of deeds.
We are authorized to announce Jam ks\v. sc ah-
borough . of Mangum, as a candidate for the ot-
fice of register of (Teeds subject to the will of the
Democrats at the coming primaries.
for county clerk.
We are authorized to announce s. e. kchoi^
as a candidate for the office of county :lerk sulv
iect to the action of the Democratic voters at the
primary election to be held on May 24.
is this a dehocratic trick?
There is a non-partisan move on
foot in the county, the principles of
which are alleged to be based on
the court house proposition, a meet-
ing for which purpose is called to
meet in Mangum 011 April 19. f°r
the purpose of nominating a ticket
to oppose the legular nominees of
the democratic party for the several
county offices. We have seen a
petition on which were written the
names of 91 citizens, of the various
political faiths. This is purported
to be in the interest of
Washington dc»|>atchc» *ay
that Judge George Green is likely
to succeed Judge McAtce. We
hope not, Judge Strong is the man
for that place.
ThB SUPPLY and contingent funds
of the county treasury are ex-
hausted again, hut the salary fund
always holds out. They are careful
to get that well provided for first.
That was a grand speech of
President Roosevelt's at Charlston
last week; so full of genuine pat-
rotism and broad guage views.
The sentiments he expressed are
endorsed by every broad minded
and liberal citizeu of this great and
It Is gratifying to note that Presi-
dent Roosevelt did attend the
Charleston exposition, and that he
did present the handsome sword
donated by South Carolina to the
hero, Majar Micah Jenkins, and that
opinion to remain in the back
ground during the ceremonies.
The friends of w. B. Groves
have induced him to become a can
didate for the office of city council
man from the second ward. Mr
Groves is cashier of the Farmers
State Bank. He is a young man
of good business qualifications and
progressive ideas, and possessed of
pleasant and genial manners. He
will, 110 doubt, poll a large vote.
The report published last week
to the effect that the Chicago,
Rock Island & Pacific company has
bought the Choctaw, Oklahoma &
Gulf railroad and will add it to the
Rock Island system, has been con-
firmed, and the towns in south-
western Oklahoma are now wonder
ing whether the change will be ben
eficial to them, or not.
W 11. Kirby.
1). B. CaufTmati.
J. P. Smith,
F. J. Perrin.,
P. L. Ponder,
O. W. Harbour,
J. T. Vaughan,
H. C. Darden,
H. J. Elkins.
B. F. J. Davis,
W. L. Smith,
W. A. Amble
J. W. Tucker.
W. C. Murdock,
T. I). Gragson.
J ames Youngblood
J. H. Barr,
I). J. Kirby,
A. b. McNutt,
L. b. Toney,
F. M. Aycock,
b. b. Stout,
W. C. Goslen,
H. L. Ealum,
R. B. Snell,
J. M. Gray,
J. B. Spruill,
W. H. Passmore
Reed Rep. C. M Mayer.
Item. J. W. Berry,
•• Pop. J. 1). War ford.
Ileni. J. C. Hood.
J. H. McGamen,
R. V. Hand.
J. M. Hughes,
John H. Pyle,
M. F. Loyd.
Pop. J. H. Asher,
Dem. M. E. Thorp,
M. A. Bryan,
W. E. Hascl,
J. M. Irvin,
C. F. Black.
H. B. Vinson.
R. J. Worthen,
J. W. Reynolds,
Pop. Ben McCulloch,
Dem. C. T. Caughy,
" Not stated R. F. Pockrus,
J. P. Smith,
Pop. S. M. Smith,
Rep. J. C. Hyatt,
Dem. J. B. Leverton,
F. H. Griffin,
Pop. J. W. Richardson
Dem. David Akers,
Pop. Frank Smith,
Dem. J. H. Reedy.
g. r. Moore.
" Social Dem.
Francis Not stated
Rude £> Moore
' Successors to T. A. 'LAWRENCE.)
Shades and Coffins
stock in Southwestern Oklahoma, and prices
Come and see us and we will treat you right.
and favors the adoption of a sensi-
ble system of irrigation.
The president has made an
excellent selection for commissioner
of pensions in Eugene F. Ware, of
Topeka, Kansas. Mr. WTare is a
veteran of the civil war, an able
lawyer, and a man of high charac-
ter. His acceptance of the place
would insure its faithful and intel-
ligent administration. I11 some re-
spects there is no more difficult po-
sition connected with any depart-
ment in Washington,- but those
acquainted with Mr. Wrare's abili-
ties and record believe him- to be
rarely well qualified to assume the
arduous duties for which President
Roosevelt, 011 the strength of per-
sonal knowledge, has chosen him.
Gov. Jeff Davis, of Arkansas,
writes to a correspondent: "I knew
you were never my friend, although
you pretended to be. I could see
it from your snaky eyes on the
bench and felt it in the clammy
the people | clasp of your Cassius-like hand.
and to beat those who are 111 favor j Arkansas is one of the few states
of the new court house.—Erick En-1 w^ere democratic politicians tell the
terprise. 1 truth about each other.
The impression evidently intend- ^ :
ed to be conveyed by the above; The county authorities should
paragraph is that this non-partisan see to it that crop statistics and
citizens' movement is really an anti- crop prospects reports are made as
court house agitation. Nothing accurately as possible so that when
could t>e fuither from the truth. a stranger asks what the cotton,
It is well known that the Sux-
Monitor is for a court house 011
any possible plan, first, last and all
the time, and it is also well known
that the Sun-Moninor has been in
hearty sympathy with the new
movement from the first and has in-
dorsed and advocated it. Certain-
ly we would not have indorsed and
advocated it had it been started as
an anti-court house agitation. The
Erick Enterprise is a democratic |
paper and it may be that the idea
the editor had in mind when he
wrote the above was that such a
conception of the can* would in-
corn or wheat crop of last year was
the question could be intelligently
answered. The law makes this one
of the duties of the county assessor,
but he seems to pay little attention
lieves that Oklahoma will be let in
during this congress in any case,
and that it ought to be let in with-
out any contitions, but the ultimate
union idea would render admission
absolutely certain.— Globe Demo-
For the I. O. O. f. Celebration
at Hobart, O. T., April 26, 1902,
the Great Rock-Island Route makes
a rate of one and one-third fare or
$1.00 for the round trip from Man-
gum. Tickets will be sold April
26 and will be good for return pas-
sage till April 28.
For the Annual Re-Union United
Confederate Veterans at Dallas,
Texas, April 22 to 25, 1902, the
Great Rock-Island Route makes a
rate of one fare or $7-°° ^°,r
round trip from Mangum. Tickets
will be sold April 19, 20 and 21 and
will be good for return passage till
_ . . April 30.
While the Globe-Democrat is in For the General Conference M.
favor of the admission of all three , ^ South, at Dallas, Tex-
of the territories just as soon as as> May 7 to June 6, 1902, the
congress can get over to the matter, 1 Great Ronk-Island Route makes a
and for *, albion of fen, wUh-1 rate of one fare plus ,wo doUars^
out any conditions, and regardless , MangUm Tickets wni be sold May
of the partisan attitude which they j 4 and 5 and wjn be good for return
may take after the)- get in, it recog-1 passage till June 7.
hizes that the opponents of admis- j por the Southern Baptist Con-
sion have many votes behind them. ! vention to be held at Ashville, N.
It would be decidedly better for;C., May 8th to 15, 1902. The
both the communities concerned. U j
some arrangement were made by ; for the round trjp from Mangum,
which Indian territory could be ad- Tickets will be sold May 5 to 7th
ded to Oklahoma as soon as the for- j and will be good for return passage
mer got ready to share in state- j till June 2nd.
hood's duties and privileges. Each For the Convention of Federa-
of these, of course, has over 400,000 tion of Women's Clubs at Los An-
inhabitants, now. Probably Okla- gejes. j^nd Route
homa has not far from 500,000 by nia^es a rate of $47.90 via. direct
this time. In area, however, each routes or $58.90 via. Portland from
is far smaller than any other west- Mangum to Los Angeles or San
em state. United thev would cover Francisco and return. Tickets will
ern slate. . ^ do be sold April 21 to 27. and will be
It will be gootl for return P^^&e 1,11
alxnit as many square
most of their neighbors
well for the friends of the admission
of Oklahoma—and everybody in
this locality wants admission as
soon as possible—to take this sug-
gestion regarding area into account
Union of the two
c. d. Herrington, Agent.
Most women with female weak-
ness suffer dreadfully from piles in
addition to their other pains. They
may be cured by using TABLER S
BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT,
communities Price, so cents in bottles, tubes 75
the Rock Island ought to
The First election of 1902 is
that which will come off in Oregon.
It will take place on June 2. a little
less than two months hence. The
republicans have put up a good
ticket and have framed a platform
on which their party all over the
country could consistently stand.
It comes out strongly in favor of
the retention of the Philippines, I j^Me or possible. aU the otwtroc- BALLARD s
attacks the trusts, advocates pro j lwo* which are being placed in the s\ Rt P n*d
| tectH«n to domestic industries, which I ^ (l( kiting Oklahoma in during
need it. declare# for the cost
C. m. Stone.
RUDE & MOORE
North Side Square. Mangum, Oklahoma.
Miller & Roberts
Coal, all Kinds of Feed, Hay and Field Seeds.
Old Mangum Wagonjfard.
Telephone No. 126. Leave orders for Transfer wagon. »
WHITE'S CREAM VERMI-
FUGE not only effectually destroys
worms, it also increases the appe-
tite, aids assimilation and trans-
forms a frail infant into one of ro-
bust health. Price, 25 cents.
C. M. Stone.
Neuralgic pains, rheumatism,
lumbago and sciactic pains, yield to
the penetrating influence of BAL-
LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT.
Price, 25 and 50 cents.
C. M. Stone.
When you get ready to paint
your building remember that you
can save money on mixed paints,
white lead and linseed oil, at
c. p. Hamilton's.
The Best Prescription for Malaria
Chills and fever is a bottle of
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It
is simply iron and quinine in a
tasteless form. No cure, No pay.
For Sale at Hilson.
Two good work teams, one five-
year-old jack, one two-year-old bull,
four good sized ponies, several head
of cattle. J. A. Sim son Co.
Stops the Cough and Works off
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one day. No cure,
No pay. Price 25 cents.
Wanted Farther Information.
On Easter Sunday Maggie, the 8-
year-old daughter of a well-known res-
ident of West Philadelphia, had just
returned from Sunday school.
•What did you learn at Sunda%
school to-day. Maggie?" asked hei
"Our teacher." answered Maggie
"told us all about Jesus. How He w-s
born on Christina* day. nailed to th
mm on Good Friday, and on Ba*:
would hasten admission, even if cents. L
Indian territory could not begot Get our club rates before you send
ready to enter for several years yet. away for a paper: we can save you
If it were provided in the admission monev.
bill that Indian terrify -bo„M I. ^ OOKXO, pKven,^, is worth "" ***"' "
joined to Oklahoma as soon as prac a pound of cure, and a bottle of Al (hw brn;.
horehoun d jalcm 5 r««r* who had
ttme is worth a intvTvMed lt*t*i»»r iBterrosrtMl
stall of physicians with a drug store, ^^r—tiow with
or two included. Price. 25 and -And. mac***, what M He It
To All It may Concern.
This is to notify the public that
on the first Monday in May, 1902
(5th day), there will be held in the
town of Mangum, Greer county,
Oklahoma, an election at the court
house of said town of Mangum, for
the purpose of electing the officers
of said town, to wit: Three trustees
for the following districts: First,
Second and Third, of said town; also
a clerk, assessor, treasurer, marshal
and justice of the peace.
Given under my hand, this the
15th day of April, 1902.
j. r. Byers,
Clerk of the Town of Mangum.
You Ki ovv What You Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tastless
Chill Tonic because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle
showing that it is simply Iron and
Quinine in a tasteless form. No
Cure, No pay, 50c.
This signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine T»weu
t core* a cold In one day
EdUonl Quick Wit.
There is a sparkling, even dazzling
quality in Edison's repartee, which it
usually a sarprise to strangers. Peo-
ple generally approach the heavy, self
contained looking figure expecting re-
plies of ponderous technical import,
hence their surprise.
The wizard was approached the oth-
er day by an enterprising lightning
rod agent anxious for some word ol
praise for his wares from the treat
1 nan. Edison was non-committal
"Well." said the lightning rod mat
at last, "do you approve of lightning
"It depends upon the building." sa 1
"But Is It any good in any cs^"
Would yon advu* their use on church-
es. for instance"" ventured the rt4
WeU." replied Ed toon wttli a twta-
kle -they might be of some w»* «•
r b arches. It do
cheaper coal for Greer county.1 tion ol the exclusion of the Chine*, I nwv
,^ TheGk*e-Democrat be- *»««*-
C. M. S«c
Fosrth ot inly
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