Mangum Sun-Monitor. (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 13, 1901 Page: 1 of 8
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MANGUM. GREER OM'XTY. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY. Jl'XE 13. !90f.
VOL. 14. NO. 25.
THOS. KKt.l.Y President »V General Mann
H. H LKH. Viu President
l:RI£D A. I-ORSHA. Vic#-President.
Kan.<n.« City flnna^er.
OVF.RSTRHKT. Vi P
CM AS. KKI.I.V.
National Live Stock Commission Co
Offices at Cls.lcag-o. St. r-ovile and. Kansas City.
Capital Stock increased from $100,000 to $30®,ooo.oo.
Money to I.oan in any amount on Cattle for <i, ?>, or 12 months . r the vcrv best Possibl*
»:ue ami gi
:os. t. zc
(ifiuv in Mangum National Bank,
Stone Building North-West Corner Square.
To Our Patrons and Friends.
On .Saturday. Juno 1st, the name of our our,
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION COMPANY.
paid up. Our reasons for making tliis change are:—
FIRST—We have outgrown our present name.
SECOND:—Our business is no longer local to Chicago
scope and. volume.
TIIIRI)—Our former name was all right for Chicago, but ve
FOURTH—Hardly a day passe.- but what drafts drawn : .; i:
to branch offices are sent to Chicago for collection by mistake.
FIFTH—Many letters advising shipments and disposition >
for St. Louis and Kansas City are delivered at Chicago, resulting
venience to our customers.
SIXTH—Being true Americans we are proud of our glorious <
the word "National" the grandest in the English language to "fly our flag under.','
SEVENTH—We lead every live stock commission firm in the world in volume o
business handled, just the same as Uncle Sam leads all nations, and we want a Twer,
tieth Century name big enough, and broad enough to work under at all the market
for a hundred years to come, a:; we have just begun the fight.
We trust we have made our position clear to yon, and that the change may :::ee
with your hearty approval.
Fm;i> A. Foksita, for ma
nted to accept the Vice-Pn
•latter named market
"organization all alon
blood to still further i:n
your interest to pull with us. We
support we have received during ti
ho; j that our era of usefulness ti:
When we can serve you in any wav
:au i aiue salesman al
".'a i IONAI. LIYE :
Kansas City office
spurs on merit, and
liar.ge from our pres
y em j*
will make his
. nt officers or
ION COMPANY, and the- mam-eme:.i ,
er.; Mr. Forsha too highlv. He has won ]
influence felt at Kansas Citv. There will 1 -e m
working force at either Chicago or St. Louis: every employee of our Company at the
VV!1 :ju,'v'-m1 "ml som- a"! new material added to our present
.... T . llle lino- v.v have your support and influence for the NA-
flONAL LI\E STOCK COMMISSION CO? We hope bv the addition of new
e the . i Vice rendered in the ; ast, and intend to make it to
nd deeply grateful for the grand
■ears m.dcr < mr j.res nt name', and
interest <>; , ust beginning,
us. With our farewell
compliments and best wi
.■ past thirteen years
the great live stock
• 'it have but to conn
, Yours Truly,
AGO LIVE STOCK COHfllSSION CO.
• - "V 115;"~'J-< "V i,! :;"-v u'i'or or (kla-v k;»dly instruct your R. R. agent that all stock
intended for the national lsvk si >gk Coiutissiou Co.. at eitlier Chicago; St Louis
or Ka.^as City, must b* so consigned. C. L. S C Co
RUMORS FROM EL RENO
Onice over Moore tV Winburne's | Say
hardeware store: South Side. Mangum.
Oflice over Moore & Winburne's
hardware store; South Side, Mangum.
Will practice in all tue courts. Your
business promptly and c:irefi;llv attend-
ed to. Ottiee, sortii side. Mangum.
the Presidents Proclamation
Wil! be Issued Next Saturday
—National Park in The
He Insulted a Mule.
Last Saturday night late a younj
THE POSTOFFiCE REMOVAL
Mangum 111 com-
[ M. DILLARD,
I, Att'y-at-law, Notary Public.
Will practice in all the courts and U.
land otlice. Oflice over Ledbetter &
arnett, South Side, Mangum.
TUEEL & DOSS,
Physicians and Surgeon^
j||Sw. ro(>ms ot Mangum drug building.
Jlphore No. !). SSS, Dr. Neel's resi-
lience, phone 13. Dr. Koss. phone 34
Physician and Surgeon.
Otiice, first door west of Ueadbetter
Garnett, South Side, Mangum.
AWSON & DAWSON,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Diseases of women and children spe-
Wnity Calls answered day or niirlit.
■H'Re, 2nd door west of postcfl'ue, Man-
Physicians and Surgeons.
X Riiy examination. 8 to 10 p. m. Dr.
rder night calls, room j. Blaiock b!g.
Dodson, res. 3d doe r X. I'hoto gal-
ry. Office hours, 12 m. to t> p. m. Of-
ce in Border & Dodson hlsr.
Ail Medical diseases of the Eye, Ear
nd Throat. Oklahoma City.
Offic. Sooth Side Square. Mangum.
Ph>>icians and Surgeons
Jl. J. St>»* nli. J. D. Stovsli.
El Reno, O. T., June 8-—Late to-
night some very important news
came out here, news that all Okla-
homa has been anxiously waiting
for several days to hear.
The new reservations to be open-
ed in August are to be divided into
three counties. This will be a sur-
prise. It was thought that two had
been determined upon. There will
be three big towns, three county
The president's proclamation will
issue from the White House next
A national park will be provided
for under the provision for forest
reserve. The park will be located
in the Wichita mountains.
The name of one of the • county ! bay or brown
lie elite of the city gathered at
" i The South Side Merchants Making i the First Methodist chui'ch in this
panv with a nuiie. I tie mule was; ^ i...... i..; , •, ,,
a better mule than the man was a! a Fight to Locate it in the - ■ " •\rto AUlness tllL'
a ocuei niu.e man ti., man was a | 3 marriage of Miss Mary Belle Eaton
Old Land Office Building. ! to Mr. Forrest Champe Carter.
The church was prettily decorated
The question of the removal of j iei'n-s ailcl flowers.
"commercial "sense &and Ithe P°ftt °^ce lias the princi- Shortly after 8 o'clock the wed-
IT VMS SO SUDDEN.
man, for the man was drunk or
had been while the mule was sober
and had never been anything else.
Moreover the mule was a good
Aid^e Kelly's Ready Gallantry
Caused a Commotion Among
the Kansas Editors,
would have brought $6o to $70 if
the mule buyers that were in town |
recently had seen him. The mule
was put up in a liver}- stable but |
pie subject of discussion among the
businessmen in this city this week.
Postmaster Shadden thought it set-
tled that the postoffice would be
the young man was allowed to run! l110ved "ito the new stone building
loose on the street. The man of- i int° xYhldl lhe \an? offic,e has' al"
ferecl to sell the mule for $70, but ready been moved, but when Post-
told several persons confidentially ° , Inspector O. B. \\ eik arrived
that he would be making a good ! Sunday it was soon learned that the
thing at that, as the animal cost I clliestlon was still unsettled and
that he had come to look into the
him only $2.50. _
came to the ears of Sheriff Over- "iatter aud reP?rt to the postoffice
ton's deputies, who deeming such dePartment- The new stone butld-
an insult to a good mule sufficient I J11?1"10 which Postmaster Shadden
grounds for prosecution arrested !' expected to locate the postof-
the man aud locked him up. The ! fi,ce' 1S at the north-west corner of
man's name is Jim Sellars and he | l?e sclua^ and the south side mer-
has been living near Dot. The ! ehants obJectet a«d Monday morn-
mule's name has not vet been, inS presented Inspector Weik
learned but lie is a good "critter" I a proposition to furnish a
in color aud branded ' building, rent free, if the office was
ding party arrived and streamed I c 0,1 the occasion of the recent visit
down the two aisles of the church °*.a sPeciaI tram load of Kansas
to the sweet strains of Lohengrin's 3rl1t,ors ,to . Pree.r co"nty Judge
wedding march; played by Mrs ' ^e'ly of this city, who was a
Will Brasswell. The ushers', ^ansas eclitor previous to his com-
groonisnien and bridesmaids filed |ing i,°. Oklahoma met the party
in and grouped in front of the altar, 1 at Chickasha and accompanied
then down the right aisle came the |thein to Gramte and later enter-
bride, leaning 011 the arm of the
tained a numbei of them at his
seats towns will be Anadarko, the j z 011 the right thigh. The owner' Seated in the frame building on the
other Kiowa and the third will be , Qf the mule can get him o£ her, as J'out-1 SK^' which the laud office
located four miles from the present j the case may be, by paying charges! lateI>' vacated. The parties in-
Fort Sill and will be named not Ft. I at Henry's barn, but Sheriff Over-' terested m having the office located
Sill, but after some distinguished t ton expects to board the man tor a
American general of recent renown , while.
in the stone building had to stir
j themselves and make the same
I proposition. While the govern-
I liient cannot take a bonus in such
Misses Lula aud Mattie \\ llliams; cases jt js not averse to
... . , — accepting j
o are visiting relatives at | offers of free rent and the result of j
three counties and that there will | ">'Psun1' ?ex- wish them a thjs controversy will be that
shlock vst con.
Practical Well Drillers.
Hstimates given jsatisfaction guar-
tnteed For particulars call on or
•ddre-^ J. O. AshUvk, Norih
HAS. A. EGAS*
? ia4 side of square unth O. P.
Elliott. Man«uc: Okla
—some say Funston, some say:
Capron, some say Lawton.
The most important news is that I V11'
.1 .• 111 i- ■ 1 1 • of Eldorado a
the reservation will be divided into i ^
: pleasant visit aud a speedy return, postoffice department will have
j Mr. Batson near Purvis is on the j rent topay in Mangum and can s
sick list. j locate the local office where
The national park in the Wichita j f IoifS rof prospect dis-; pleases. It will not be known for
mountains will be set apart. It will | ^ le" "f*
not be exactly a national park for j prob;bly stay a yea
is a bright aud accomplished young j tjon wjn very likelv l>e accepteil
lady—a ray or sunlight to the but the first hint of wh-.t that rec-
ueighborhood—we wish her all jommetKUtion is will come from the
the pleasures of life and a safe re- j proper authorities at Washington,
turn. —— 1
The doors of the M. E. church The laws of the land provide that
South at Purvis were opened last crud and unu>al punishments mu^t
Saturdav night and four members not ^e metetl out eveu to criminals,
united. ' Their membership will be ^ et eVc" btfor« conviction, nun
at the Pleasant Hill school. charged with violating the antitrut
1V»i.ivar. law.on trial at Waco.are said to have
been incarcerated in the same jail
(•ranite swoi* to be quite sure crazv men who u:\
that the Soutl:western Normal will noting in favor of tlur.
be located there ! ut Mangum i-fre and unlim : : coinage ofsih.
j morally certain that it w:II no?. | —j»aSajn» Xew>.
matron of honor, her sister, Mrs. 1110"16 in this While the vis-
C. T. Fly; and down the other I ^ere, seate.d on the veranda at
aisle came the groom, accompanied 1 f , Judge s residence enjoying the
by his best man, his brother-in-1 bah.n>' sutnmer eveuing breeze and
law, C. T. Fly. taking 111 the view with the picture-
Meeting in front of the altar the i S(1*Ue mountains in tli= distance, an
bride and groom joined hands and i occurrence transpired, the sequel of
stepped forward under an arch of! ,1C ave n°t learned and the
red poppies, smilax and ferns, ' |l'dge, w-lio is now the only availa-
where the Rev. L. W. Cain per- b!e wJtness refuses to lie inter-
formed the ceremony that made viewfd 011 the subject. Here is the
them man and wife, j openmg chapter of the romance as
The bride and groom drove to 1 tol5l,bv tbe fdltor of lhe 1>ratt Re*
their new home, which the groom | Pubbcan in lus paper after he ar-
had alreadv prepared aud there j n\?TT. OI?5: .
they received the congratulations Mattie Doran of the Mack-
of their friends * I P'1 e Argus very delicately hinted
The bride, a very prettv girl, was to /.ud^.e Kell>' that she would like
charming in a princess robe of Pa-, f° hve 111 ,as. handsome a home as
ris muslin, trimmed in rows of I.e. owned ]n Mangum, and the
shirring aud lace. Her tulle veil j Judff gallantly informed her she
bunch of I cou stay. The shock was so sud-
den. however, that Mr. Whiteman,
be three county seats. This means ;
three centers of excitement 011 the
day of the opening of townsites.
j to set it apart for that purpose
. would require a special act of con-
gress. But it was found that un-
der another act it is possible to re-
serve it as a forest reserve.
A very beautiful site has been se-
lected for the town of Fort Sill.
Governor Richards who has l»een in
charge of the work was deliberate
iu finding a suitable location and
the one he chose is said to 1* tue
most lieautiful townsites in the ter-
ritory. Govern** Richards is now
through with his work. He ha-
been cM5*ientious and clear-sighted
in wrf mninz his duties.
was held to the hair by
roses and she carried a boquet of
! bride's roses.
tor For,. Scott. ! a week j et what location will !>e se
ster. She will lecled. Inspector Weik will sent
r. Miss Jones , jn his report and his recotnmenda
I of the La Crosse Republican, fell
; The matron of honor was hand off the veranda and in the excite-
t! some in a gown of Paris muslin sim- fent the subject of a home was
ilar to the one worn by the bride. dropped.
The bridesmaids were beautiful in It has dcVeloped that Gcn. Fim.
white Swiss gowns mr.de with manv , '
rows of tucking, shir lug and nar- ' ston-. whlle 0,1 h,s wa-v to capture
row bands of satin rib'. • Againaldo. became very hungry,
The bridesmaids w. e Miss Zttla and. capturing an octupus ate it.
Hoover and Miss Daisy Blake. The of course 110 Mid of praise has been
groomsmen were Harry Beauchamp ; jvtn Funston for hisc tvre of ^
aud James Scarljorough. and the
ushers were Frank Geyer. Chester Pilipino chief, but the country will
Stone. Del Curreathers and Duffy rise 011 its rear legs and bawl in glee
Pierce. ! when it is learned that hv actually
One of the stipulations iu the , dined on an octopus. If he -lioukl
AIti*> railroad contract is that the return to Kansas no man wuld beat
Vjwn chaug- its name to Ixrdger hini for a;1>thillg ht want> We
clamor for great men who can kill
such mrm«ters and ccm«ume them.
are likely to be several
of snow 011 the right-ot -
before the Orient hog train
.• into Let
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