Mangum Sun-Monitor. (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 18, 1909 Page: 3 of 4
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I have secured the services ef an expert man-
ufacturing jeweler, engraver and stone
setter. Bring in your old gold and
have it made up into the latest
designs in jewelry.
High grade watch e-
pairing done by th * Oldest Es-
tablished Watchmaker in Greer county.
West side square, next door to Curreathers'.
PERSONAL PAR AURA PMS.
Plus a bank book and a
cheery countenance is
what will happen to you
if you will but take our
Just make up your
mind to have a bank
account- bring your
first deposit to this
bank, (start with a
dollar if you wish),
do this today. IT goes
without saying, you
wili, never regret it.
The man or woman with
a bank account is prepar-
ed for ill-fortune, sick- ^
ness, hard times or what- ►
ever may befall him. t
City National Bank, (
Buy Hair Goods from the Man-
Bargains in household furniture.
D. B. Wolfe, phone 245.
Wq now have a full line of school
books. P. 0. Book Store.
For first class city loans and low
'rates of interest see D. R. Dial.
When in town call at the Com-
mercial Barber Shop, the place
I where they treat you right.
W. O. Byars le,ft last Saturday
! for Shawnee to' attend a called
meeting of the State Farmers
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Casey, of South Oklahoma
avenue died Friday night and was
You should see those beautiful
Axminister rugs in 9x12 size for on-
ly $16.50 at Lovett's Furniture
Store, south side square.
In district court on Saturday
Mrs. GLyde Wasley was granted a
divorce from her husband, Horace
Wasley. The grounds were non-
support. Mr. Wasley did not ap-
pear in court to fight the case.
J. W. LOVETT,
Furniture 1 Undertaking
STORE PHONE 207
South Side Square
NIGHT PHONE 217
Whenever you want anything
good to eat call Vick Grocery Co.,
For fine blacksmith coal go to
the Texas wagon yard for it. J.
Nicest selection of hosiery for
women and children in Mangum at
Trippets' Cash Store.
County Superintendent Sims re-
ports a successful and interesting
teachers' meeting and Heading
Circle at Vinson last Saturday.
Let the men in the Commercial
shave you, they are experts.
For Sale:—A bargain in a No. 1
visible writing typewriter. D, B.
See the beautiful line of iron
beds at Lovett's Furniture Store,
south side square.
The Stevenson lad. who was arres-
ted last week on the charge of bur-
glary was released on his own
recognizance by Judge Bailey in dis-
I.. pure, wholesome,
reliable Grape Cream oS
Tartar Baking Powder
The cream of tartar used in Dr. Price's Baking
Powder is in Hie exact iorm and composition in
which it occurs in the luscious, healthful grape.
Improves the flavor
and adds to the health-
fulness ol the food
Mrs. Susan V. McAuley, fifty-two
years old, wife of C. McAuley,
died at 7 a. m. on Tuesdav, Febru-
ary 18, at her home just northwest
of Mangum. The funeral services
were held at the residence at 4:30
p. m. Tuesday by Rev. J. S. Lam-
ar, of the Methodist Church. In-
terment at Riverside Cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. McAuley were old
residents of Greer county having
taken a homestead near Martha in
the early nineties, residing on the
homestead until a few months ago
when they bought the large green
house and fifteen acres adjoining
the Cowan, Winburne & Claunch
addition. Mrs. McAuley was very
ill of pneumonia for several weeks
before her death. She v/as a good,
Chistian woman, a kind and indul-
gent mother and a faithful and
loving wife. She was the mother
of Mrs. D. R. Dial and Mrs. J. S.
We attend to picture framing
promptly. Walker Furniture Co.
! —R D. Fisher was in Altus last
week on business.
-J. W. Marsh, of Bloomington,
was in Mangum Tuesday.
—John Daniels, of Altus, was in
Mangum last week attending court.
—Leonard Simmon9 left the first
of the week for New Mexico and
— Miss March Carlock, of Okla-
homa City, was here over Sunday
—R. C. Clarkson formerly of
Mangum Route Three, is now lo-
cated at Clovis, N. M.
— W. A. Carloss, of Mangum,
Route Three, called Thursday and
renewed his subscription.
—A. T. Perryman, of Mangum
Route Iwo, called Saturday and
renewed his subscription.
—Miss Nannie Mitchell, daugh-
ter of County Surveyor Mitchell,
is now at Portales. N. M.
—N. G. Sorrells, of Mangum.
Route Two. called Thursday and
subscribed for the Sun-Monitor.
—Chas. McElroy, of Mangum
Route Four, called Saturday and
subscribed for the faun-Monitor.
—David P. Thomas, of Willow,
while in town Thursday called
and set his subscription up a year.
—G. T. Hopkins, a substantial
farmer of Reed, Route One, called
last week and renewed his subscrip-
—T. J. Wright, who has been
living at Metcalf has. bought prop-
erty in Mangum and moved his
—M. L. Ealum was at Guthrie
last week attending the big meeting
of Masons and took a look in at the
—C. L. Kirby, a thifty young
farmer living north of town,
called last week and subscribed for
—W. O. Allison, postmaster at
Hollis, was in attendance at the
big Masonic meeting at Guthrie,
representing the Hollis lodge.
—Walter Edmonds, of Anadarko,
was in Mangum the first part of the
week visiting his wife's father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Hunt-
—Hon. Frank Mathews, form-
erly of Mangum, now located at
Chickasha, was in Mangum this
week. He was looking after cases
before the district court.
—Mrs. R. D. Fisher returned
from St. Louis Wednesday evening
accompanied by her friend, Miss
Jennie Johnson, of Louisville, Ky.,
who will be her guest for sometime.
—Luther Wilson, son of Repre-
sentative G. L. Wilson and a son-
in-law of Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
Trippet, was in Mangum Satur-
day. He is noW one of the five
state bank examiners of Oklahoma.
—Joe Newberry, of Shrewder,
called Tuesday and renewed his sub-
scription. He says the Newberrys
are all republicans and he is posi-
tive that it was their solid vote
that gave Taft his big popular ma-
—R. H. Brothers, of Jester, one
of the oldest and best known resi-
dents of Greer county, called last
week and renewed his subscription
and ordered the paper sent to his
own sister, Mrs. Annie Topper,
-W. S. Bradshaw returned Fri-
day from Guthrie where he had
been about two weeks attending the
Masonic sessions, in which the
grand lodges ot Indian Territory
and Oklahoma were consolidated
and the reorganization of the Okla-
homa Grand lodge, ending with a
great school of instruction. Fred
Switzer and M. L. Ealum also at-
tended the big gathering a part of
the time but Mr. Bradshaw was
therefrom the opening to the close.
Shopping bags, latest styles one-
fourth off. Clower & Grav.
boards, crayon and
erasers. P. 0.
The Commercial Barber Shop
employs onlyjthe best of barbers.
Have you tried any of the Mis-
sion Brand Can goods at Vick Gro-
Our watch repair department
is one of the best in Oklahoma.
Clower & Gray.
If determined to sell your farm
or good m.tes see G. N. Hunter,
over Fiist National Bank.
For a good hair cut or shave gu
to the Commercial Barber Shop,
rear First National Bank.
We still have the best line of
watches and jewelry in Western
Oklahoma. Clower & Gray.
WHAT HAVE YOU FRESH?*
a Is the Question Asked Daily.
IS As for that our whole stock is continually kept fresh
W by the arrival of new goods, but we are also receiving
M now, twice a week, shipments of all kinds of fresh
W vegetables. Phone us your order^ and we will de-
W liver thetn promptly. Phone 63.
!? Guthrie Grocery Co.
The 0. A. Locks are preparing
to move to their farm. j
Mrs. Zaek Price is seriously ill
at her home in south Mangum.
Before you buy Lace Curtains Steel folding couches at the
look at the line at Lovett Furni- very lowest price of $3.85, at
ture Store, south side square. Lovett's.
Children's rompers in linen light
blues and dark blue colors, nicely
trimmed at Trippets' Cash Store.
Winter has come with snow and
sleet but the Vick Grocery Com-
pany are here with a choice lot
of vegetables right from the gar-
About fifteen members of the
Knights of Pythias lodge of Man-
gum went to Hollis this morning
to institute a new lodge there. The
new lodge at Hollis will start off
with over fifty members.
Our guaranteed work shirts are
full length, double felled seam,
double stitched yoke, gusseted
skirt, full size sleeves and fast col-
ors, ask to see them_£at Trippets'
There were forty-two bales of
cotton sold on the street in one
body yesterday. It was owned by
two men, farmers of Russell Valley,
Mr. Snapp and Mr. Clearbaugh.
Mr. Handcok bought it at nine
cents per pound.
Do not waitlat some small shop
for a shave but go to the Commer-
cial, where the barbers are experts.
Henry Stewart, the negro, who
was arrested for shooting another
nergo in the leg at the oil mill last
week was examined before Justice
McMillan Tuesday. He was bound
over in the sum of $750 and in
default of bail was remanded to jail.
Lost:—From John Schryver's
place one horse-mule 18 or 20 years
old, about 13 hands high, belongs
to the Dixie Store. Please return
to Schryver or write him and he
will pay for trouble. John Schry-
ver, Mangum, Route No. 4.
Lost:—A red backed pocket
memorandum book with pocket in
back containing $25 in cash, two
ten dollar bills and one five dollar
bill. Return to this office and re-
ceive reward. Let's see who is the
good man. W. S. Gaston.
Pete Richardson is in jail serving
sentence for being drunk and dis-
orderly. He took on a load of
fighting whiskey Friday and made
a rough house at his home disturb-
ing the neighborhood. He was
sentenced to twenty days at hard
labor and fined $20.
If you want the best Jack in
Greer county here is your chance.
See Edwin DeBerry, one block east
and six blocks south of square,
If you want your clothes to have
that French chic appearance that is
so much desired by good dressers,
make them by Pictorial Review Pat-
terns, sold only by Trippets' Cash
The Gladstone hotel has changed
hands B. F. Cox is now proprietor
and Miss Emma Martin is mana-
ger. The house has been repaired
and thp new management promises
good meals and good service.
The Ladies of the Central Chris-
tian Church Aid Society will give
a tea on Tuesday, February 23. at
the home of Mrs. R. M. Hawkins,
North Oklahoma Ave.
he got Busy
W. H. Dickey got a "hurry up"
farm loan call yesterday, closed up
a $1,200 loan within an hour and
the farmer left on the afternoon
The attention of the traveling
men is called to the Commercial
Barber Shop, rear First National
Bank; only first class men em-
Four Big Loans.
W. H. Dickey, of Mangum, has
just closed up two $7,000 loans and
two $3,500. See him when you
want a farm loan.
F. 6. Barlow lias money
to loan on improved city
- Vick Grocery Company al-
ways have the choicest butter and
Found: — Between Mangum and
Reed, January 1st, anew bed quilt,
by Wm. Mitchell. Owner can get
the same by calling at his office in
court house and paying for this
Wanted—Girl for general house-
work small family, good wages.
If you want the best fitting and
best wearing overalls ask for Cones
Boss, new state or engineer, sold
by Trippets' Cash Store, Mangum.
The pair of shoes found by
Wm. Butcher on the road and left
at this office for identification by
the owner, was lost by George
McDaniel, who lives twelve miles
northwest of town. He sent in af-
ter them Tuesday.
Dr. Dodson's office is located in
the Elliott Block, over Simson
The Mangum fire] boys had
another run on Mondav evening to
a small fire. Some trash in back of
the Cameron Lumber Yard caught
on fire and threatened the yard
with fire. Prompt work on the
part of the boys eaved it from
I have a fine young £Jack for
sale on good terms. A standard
bred animal one-half Maltise and
one-half Mammoth. Edwin De-
The Sun-Monitor man this week
received a letter from Frank Eag-
in. It was dated February 8 and
was written at Medford, Oregon.
He and his wife are still with the
Pinkerton family and all are well
and having a good time. He said
they had not located yet but would
probably be in Medford several
Our all leather shoes will satis-
fy the most particular dresser, try
a pair the next time you need shoes.
Trippets' Cash Store, Mangum.
There is no need of studying
about your wall paper and paint-
ing for Ed Pahlka has a complete
line of wall paper samples also can
furnish you with the latest designs
for modern home decorations. He
will be pleased to call on you
and help you to decide your selec-
tion. Phone 202.
For Sale:—Four room house,
good storm house, well and sheds
will take good team, wagon and
harness, balance on time. See R.
A. McMinn, at McMillan & Busby.
Fred G. Conrad is so strong in
his play "A dangerous Friend"
will give the best of satisfaction,
that he has signed a bond with the
manager of the opera house that
if any patrons are not pleased with
the performance, he or she can
have their money back upon de-
mand of same. The bond is now
on exhibition. The play will be at
the opera house on Friday, Febru-
Three pound feather pillows in
beautiful satine finished tick only
one dollar, at Trippets' Cash Store,
R. M. Baker, as president of the
City View local, Farmers' Union,
on last Saturday closed a deal on
behalf of the Union, with J. S.
Jackson & Son, for 4,250 pounds of
good flour, sixteen bushels of seed
potatoes and 800 pounds of sugar.
Mr. Baker says the local is gaining
in numbers and interest. Five
new names were added to the
membership at the last meeting.
Clint Rogers hus moved his feed
store two dours north of his old
location. He will have the
same phone No. 136 and will be
glad to hold his old customers.
Best. Farm loans and plenty of
money at lowest rate with W. H.
Dickey, back of Curreathers,'
$i.oo starts a bank account.
Get one of our handsome nick-
el plated pocket savings banks.
Save yonr spare change. It
is really surprising how quick-
ly a savings account grows.
The only bank in Mangum
where deposits are guaranteed.
First State Bank
The Vick .Grocery Company
will have next week a car of the
celebrated "Hunter Cream Flour.
Call and see the pretty tan, pat-
ent leather, ox blood and kid slip-
pers with hose to match, at Trip-
pets' Cash Store.
Don't forget that you can boy
some fine pieces of hand painted
china at Clower and Gray's at
wholesale cost. These won't last
Who. wants an Emerson Lister
Planter, also an Emerson Harrow
and one Little Jap Cultivator al-
most as good as new, at a low down
price? W. T. Caudle, Mangum
Route Three, Box 15.
Mrs. Carrie Puffer, of Reed, was
adjudged insane Saturday in County
Judge Todd's court, and ordered
sent to the asylum at Fort Supply.
She has three children, the oldest
of which is three years of age and
the youngest five months. Her
husband is a farmer near Reed.
The woman's mother, who reside*
near Snyder, took the children
home with her. It was heartrend-
ing to witness the distress of the
little ones on being seperated
from their mother.
Nursing Mothers and
In all stations of life, whoso vigor and
vitality may have boon undermined and
broken-down by over-work, exacting
social duties, the too frequent bearing ol
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rinnn hprny f
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