Mangum Sun-Monitor. (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 16, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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W. C. nARB LB, U.t .r
P J8L.ISHKD BVKKY THOKBUAV.
Bnterrd at the Pout offlce at Mangum, Oklaho
ma aa Second Claaa Mail Matter
Phone No .S.
®e«T<WW8UN-MONITOR:- vn are hereby
aatfc* taed to announce my name aa candidate
fardfct oleeof City Marshal of Maavam. Ok
BOX TOR 8UN-MONITOR-Yoa are hereby
Aatboriaexl to announce me an ■ candidate for
tke office-of Police Judge of tne city of Mangum.
Ok. J. M. MBKRYMAn
V.IJITOR~8tTN-MONITOR- You are hereby au-
thorised to announce me a* a candidate for the '
office of City Marshal.
J. I.. I,YON
IBUITOK SUN MffRltOk; You are hereby
authorized to announce me aaCaadidate fflr the
office of City Clerk.
JOHN H. TOMMF
J. L. Lyon, who, for the past
two years, has held the office of
City Marshal of Mangum, is a can-
didate for re-eleciion. He amor-
izes us to make this announcment.
-Mr. Lyon is not an untried man,
we know what kind of an officer he
3ias made, and he is satisfied to
present his claims on the record h-
has already mrde.bothas an officer
and a gentleman. An officer who
who has been tried, who his l>. < n
weighed in the balance and not
found wanting, can present his
claims differently from the man
who knows nothing of the office,
3*et bases his claims ou promises
that lie may be willing but unable
to keep. The excitement of a po-
litical race leads men to say things
sometimes that he does not mean.
But Mr. L,yon po< s not ba\ - to
make pssmises. His recjfd ; .r
two years is behind him and he
cannot get away from his record;
but lie does not want so to do
Founded ninty-two vear ago the
Independent Order of Odd Fellows
with only five members, has grad-
ually grown until now over a mill-
ion are joined together iu <he great
labor of that order of. nursing the
sick, burying the dead, taking care
of the widow, providing for the
aged and infirm, andeducating the
orphan. Joined with them is the
Rebekkah Lodge, consisting of
wixes, daughters, sisters, of Odd
Fellows, aud unmarried women.
Tuesday night memlers of the
orderkfrom Granite, Willow, Duke
Vinson, Martha, Duval, Elk City.
Guthrie met with the Mangum
Lopge in a great district meeting.
The visitor of the occasion was
Grand Master J, L- Koberson of
NewKirk. While the Odd Fellows
were holding their great meeting
the Rebekkas also gathered with
numerous visitors from the cistrict
and conferred degrees. In the
Odd Fellows Team, work was done
Initiatory by Wiliow,
First by Mangum,
and by Granite and
3rd by Willow.
Promptly at midnight the two
Lodges adjourned to tho Elliott
Building on North Oklahoma Ave
where the ladles of Mangum Rebi-
kkah Lodge had prepared a supper
for the men folks. The menue was
baked chicken, roast beef, scallop
ed potatoes, cabbage slaw, cranber-
ry jelly, pickles, coffee, peaches
and bake. After supper the Odd
Fellows returned 10 their hall and
chntinued degree work until a late
no and early hour. Supper was
served to over two hundred.
Guy Herlong, 3 yeais, child of
D. H. Herlong, 4
died on r4th.
Mrs. C. L. Frazier, 6 miles
southwest, died on the 11th.
Mrs. Price of Mangum died on
Baby of A. C. Rippy.
Mr. VVomack of Mangum died
on the lith.
Zelma Stinson, infant of J Stin-
son, 4 miles south of Ladessa, died
on the l2th.
J. G. DeArman, age 86, died ou
Louis Chambers a brother of
Robert Chambers of route 4 died
on the 6th.
Baby Selma of Brinkman on the
Baby Walker died on the 9th.
Gue Williams [col] 22 died ou
"Really Laura," remarked Greenly
reproachfully aa he attacked the rout
ehlcken for the fourth time with aa
unsuccessful earring knife, "I wish
you wouldn't boy these antediluvian
foyrle. I simply cant hack thle one
"Mr. Smaua said there wasnlt a bet*
ter or tenderer chicken In his market,
fVank," sighed Mrs. Greenly.
"Well, then, I don't think much of
his market. I tell you, Laura, old
SmauB doesn't give you a fair deal. I
think It would be a good Idea for us to
Jolt him by transferring our patronage
to another market. That old fellow
thinks he can put off any kind of In-
ferior stuff on us. He Imposes on our
"It sounds easy, Frank, when you
say we should trade elsewhere, but
you know very well that there isn't
another market in Wayland and I cer-
tainly can't go into the city every day
and carry out our supplies."
'Well, I can get 'em and bring 'em
out," declared Greenly. "I'll Ket a
chicken for our next Sunday dinner
that won't be made of .India rubber."
"I wish you would, dear," said Mrs.
Saturday morning when he was
leaving the house Mrs. Greenly re-
minded her husband that he was to
bring home a chicken from town.
1 won 1 forget it," he promised her.
"I've got it in my memorandum book
and 111 buy one that can be cooked in
half an hour."
In the afternoon when he telephoned
that he would not be home until late
that evening Mrs. Greenly inquired if
he had bought the chicken for their
"Of course I have, Laura," he an-
swered. "You seem to think I am as
heedless as a schoolboy," he added.
"01), no, Frank, only I know you
have so many business matters on
your mind," said Mrs. Greenly sooth-
Greenly thereupon assured her In a
mollified -voice that he was never too
busy to remember to do things for her.
"Where's the chicken?" she asked
when he appeared at 10:30 o'clock that
"The chicken? By George, Laura, I
—well, you see, I had to go to that ex-
tra meeting of the directors tonight
and I never thought of the chicken. I
left it on the top of my desk in the
offlce. I had so much on my mind to.
day. You can understand, can't you?"
"Yes, I can quite understand," an-
swered Mrs. Greenly, almost too good-
naturedly. "Of course, though, we
can't get anything out here at this
hour for our Sunday dinner. But I can
make some codfish balls, and they will
do very well."
"Codfish balls I" Greenly'a look of de-
pression deepened. "Oh, you wont
have to do anything ao deaperate as
that. I'll run Into town the first thing
In the morning and get the chicken I
oan return with It in plenty of time
for you to have it cooked for dinner."
"You're sure you wont mind, Frank?
Por you know It wont be any trouble
to make the codfish balls."
"No, I'd really like to go. I can read
the newspaper* going and conflng on
the train and of courae it would be
foolish to let that chicken lie there
and spoil In my offlce."
"Yea. that's ao," agreed Mrs.
The next morning ahe awakened
her husband a hal(-hour earlier than
his customary time to rise on Sunday,
rte bore the curtailing of his nap with
*s good a grace as he could muster
and after breakfast he left home for
the city with a semblance of cheerful*
Two hours later Mrs. Greenly opened
the door for him with a welcoming
smile, saying: "Well, did you gdt It?"
"Get It? The chicken? Why, yes, I
got it—but I—well, the fact is. Laura,
I left it on the train!"
The fifth grade pupila are mak
ing good in common and decimal
Children of the fourth grade are
taking great interest in language
Third grade children are proving
their ability to master diacritics.
The little people of the second
grades are learning to read with
first year children are indus-
triously using pencils Jand crayon
in learning to write and spell.
Fupila of the sixth grade can tell
much about agriculture ana horti-
The freshman classes are digging
away with increasing energy.
The sophomores are determined
to reach a high standard of excel-
The juniors have all the luck and
enthusiasm of college people. They
will be heard from again and again.
Last but not least, an earnest
corns of teaches, working for the
good of the pupils is the cap sheaf
of the school system.
o know the geography and the
history <?f Oklahoma is tha present
desire of seventh grade pupils.
Pupils of the eighth grade have
organized a semi-corporate library
associaton in conection with their
work in literature and history.
When the time rolls around foj
tne state examinations it mav be
difficult to distinguish the pupils
fro,ti the fatted ox or toad. Any
way they will be prepared for the
Miss Beatrice McCollister is
quite sick with tonsilitis.
Chas. Sessions Mangum and
Miss Allen are to be married to-
night at Granite. They will re-
side in Mangum.
Mrs. Jack Stone, who was very
low Sunday, is now setting up.
She is under the care of Dr. Miller.
The contract for the city hall
was let to Murray of Altus. The
building is to be completed by Aug
u st 9th.
Miss Threasa Campbell is teach-
ing in the place of Miss Dela San-
ders who has sccepted the school
Will Heury is working prison: rs
on the comity roads near Jay-i
Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
In use for over 80 years, has borne the signature of
- and has been made under his per-
sonal supervision since its infancy.
/ Allow no one to deceive youln this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other JVarcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverislmess. It cures Diarrhoea and AVind
it; i-ojj( vniij XfiptMnj Troubles, cure* Constipation
*nd Flatulency. It assimilates tlio Food, regulates the
6 to ma eh asitl liowels, giving healthy aud natural sleep*
The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
(Bears the Signature of
Coal Goes Down
We are overstocked on
the best grades of COAL
and in order to make
room will sell it for
?.oo, 7.5o and 0,50 |>er ton
There is none better
This is strictly cash
No Coal Charged
Wm.Cameron& Co. Inc.
15he L\imber People
A Kauffmaoi Suit
Built to fit you. Will give you the satisfaction and
distinction you are looking for.
Try a Kauffmann Suit Once
We Guarantee Absolute Satisfaction
SpringfSamples Ready Next to Dickey
"Fortunately," said Mr*. Greenly In
»• restrained, even voice, "Smaua sella
mjies southeast vory s°0(l salted codfish and we ha^
pen to have some in the houBe."
If your home needs gut-
tering let F. S. Gentry's
ewpert workmen do the
Justice Putnam bus woved his
office into the Grand Jury roon in
the northwest corner of the court
We think we have a sp'end d
«orpsof correapoadents sod only
•wish we had aa good in every
pert office in the county.
Murder of Joan of Aro.
The controversy as to which of the
two nationalities has to bear the re-
sponsibility for the foul murder of
Joan Is futile, Irrelevant, and even
childish. It Is true, on the one side,
that the Knglish rulers de.ilred her
death, and were delighted when she
was executed. It Is even probable that
If she had escaped the torch, she
would have been put to death by the
English In the river, or by the dag-
ger. or by the rope; but it Is also
true that it was Frenchmen who la-
sued against her the indictment, who
puahed her prosecution, who pro-
nounced her sentence, who carried It
Into execution. But again I fall back
00 the point that neither the one nor
the other of theee protagonists In tha
tragedy of Joan of Arc can be held to
stand for their respective nations or
peoples. The French who did Joan
of Arc to death were not Frenchmen
la our modern sense They were aim-
ply Burgundiana. Ued to the faction1
of the Duke of Burgundy, Ued alao to I
the Plantagenet faction, halt iftign.K I
half Trma*. who then were fighting
with another faction for the aoll at
frame*. Turn the question how Tom
wtll. no sane historian who tries tm
•ted? history with aa Impartial tn
eaa make the story at Joan of Are
V. P. 0*0saa«r, ta Lond^*T*V*
DO YOU USE
MEAL and HULLb?
If Not, Why Not?
I Feed ijour stock on
Cotton 5eed Meal
and bulls, and the re-
sults will qlve you
your money back
with Interest. This Is
not a mere claim, It
is a fact that : has
been proven manu
ts. ,x ~ times. Give us a trial
we will |>rove It to tjou.
G. C McKenzie, Mjr.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use Fop Over 30 Years
Mangum Planing Mill
Window and Door Frames, and
All Kinds of Building Material
Prices Cut Half in Two
We have turned all notes and ac-
couts due for work perfromed by
either or both of us before the year
1911 to W. F. Hearn, and who
has an office with Thompson, Taylor
and Kippy in rear of Mangum
National Bank, for collection and
all those knowing themselves to be
in debt to us will Dlease call and
make a satisfactory settlement
with him. If [you can't pay now
go in and arrange for an extention
of time on your note or account as
he has instructions to bring suit on
all past due notes and all accounts
not settled within the next few
Drs. Border and Campbell.
Notics for Publication.
Land Offlos at Lawton. Oklahoma.
Feb. 7, I9I1
Notice is hereby given that Cleve
land H- Haston, of Jester, Okla.,
R 2, who. on January 25th, 1906,
made hometead entry No. I2286,
Serial No.045i3,forE^SWl-4 and
SW 1-4 SW I-4 Sec.22 andjNE -4
NWl-4 Sec. 27, Township 6N,
Range 25W Indian Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make
Final hve year proof, to establish
claim to the land above described
before Jarrett Todd, County Judge
of Greer County, Okla., at his
office, at Mangum, Okla., en the
22nd day of March, 19II.
Claimant names as witnesses:
I. E. Gockley, C. H. Gockley,
George Bull and Green A.Bull, all
of Jester, Okla.
GEO. B. ROBBER1S. Register.
You need a first class
w.nd mill. It is a Star.
F. S. Gentry
Bveryone who wants a cheap motive
force haa tried to harness the wind.
Every child has made a paper propel-
ler or a windmill But can it be said
that the possible uses of the wind
have been as arduously Investigated
aa such recently discovered forces aa
steam and electricity and gases? Is it
not conceivable that the practical uses
of the wind are underestimated Just
because they are so familiar?
We cannot help thinking that tha
wind will be more variously employed
some day In Um aame way that proba-
bly the problem of laying under coo-
irlbuttoe the great physical fact at
the tidee will -be solved. One woelt
««»«»* that the wind could be used for
electric lighting, yet there Is ao
deal aaparatuB for the parpoee.
the wU to vartahls aad eeeaeU
Ends Winter's Troubles
To many, winter is a season of
trouble. The frost-bitten toes and
fingers, chapped hands and lips,
chilblains, cold-sores, red and
rough skins, prove this. But such
troubles fly before Bucklen's Arni-
ca Salve. A trial convinces.Great-
est healer of Burns, Boils, Piles,
Cuts, Sores, Bruises, Eczema and
Sprains. Only 25e at Mangum
Escaped with His Life
"Twenty-one years ago I faced
an awful death," writes H. B.Mar
tin, Port Harrelson, S. C. "Doc-
tors said I had consumption and
the dreadful cough I had looked
like it, sure enough. I tried every
thing I co ild hear of for my cough,
and was under the treatment of the
best doctor in Georgetown, S. C-,
for a year but could get no; relief.
A friend advised me to try Dr.
King's New Discovery. I did so
and was completly cured. I feel
that I owe my life to that great
throat and lung cure." Its positiv-
ely guaranteed for coughs, colds,
and all baonchial affections. 50c
and $1.00 Trial bottle at
Mangum Drug Co.,
We Clean and Press
Clotnes, Reblock Hats.
See Joe Bayless
Notice for Publication.
Land Offlce at Lawton, Oklahoma,
Feb. 7, I9I1
Notice is hereby given thatFrank
D. Hendricks, of Vinson, Oklaho-
ma, who, on Feb. 26th, l9o6,made
homestead entry No. 12352, Seriai
No. 0448I, for Section 7
T4N, Range 25W, Indian Meridian
has filed notice or intention to
make Einal Five year proof, to es-
tablish claim to the land above de-
scribed. before C. W. King,County
Judge, Harmon County, at his
office in Hollis. Okla., on the 22nd
day of March, 1911.
Claimant names as witnesses:
James R. McCarty, of Tea cross,
Oklahoma, El wood E. Ray. of
Vinson. Oklahoma, Mose N. Hart-
H. Taylor, of Teacross. Oklahoma.
OBO. B. ROBBBRTS. ~
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