The Mangum Star And Southwest Eagle (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 17, 1918 Page: 4 of 8
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lays). *t*l I" Ju*t to gwat M aaloal
A4mt • ( ntee. real# ,|A ' ' "y-^ „[ to
b mla i«r uaa a# are b# *"' **'* ' *"•
Sfc ka*eruoa. Himumm charge *• U >* tow aad to * rl# here are to
-—" vrry at loyalty. Il # tow
Democratic Ttckit ™ .**** *. b#r.
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J. B A. KotorUon
M. E. Trmpi
Itowtory of Stat#
joe 8. Mom*
A. N. Ueeraft
8. P. Freellng
Supt. of Public Instruction
R. H. Wilson
State Examiner and Inspector
Fred Parku. on
Pl s. State Boartl of Agriculture
J. A. W nitehur#t
Commissioner of Insurance
A. L. Welch
Art L. Walker
Clerk Supreme Court
William M. Franklin
Commissioner Chairties and Cor.
W. I). Mathews
Chief Mine Inspector
United States Senator,
Robt. L. Owen
Congressman 7th District
J. V. McClintic
For District Judge:
T. P. CLAY
For Representative (Greer County)
H. D. Henry
Durta« to of to We*tera
I nton Trle*r.ph *9"**' **•
ptot week, tto ba* tom kept ga
tag by J. 0 M«<-'« lli*l*r. But what *
want to call attention I* I# to fart
tot Mr. MrColli*t*r ba* b#en putting
in a great d**l of estra Um . to*piag
to wirt* going lat* at ntgbt and of
Suada>s to nrcommt-i#le portion#
wbot* friend* and relntive* were #irk.
It was not required of bim to do tbi*.
but b* did it to help aastou* people
gri to bow* of sick or dying rela-
tives. It wa* a gallant nervice.
The main trouble with tbi# we*tem
country is tb* large number of fol-
lows here who do not believe in the
country. When it'# dry they think it
will never rain and when it rain* onre
they are sure It I# going to bo the laat
one ever. They wouldn't ow wheat
until the rain came and then they
wouldn't sow berau#* they were af-
raid there would be no more rain Co
make it keep growing. We have had
plenty of both awl the only trouble is
the guy who lacks faith. The fellow
who sowed wheat early is sitting easy
We think it is about time the Star
Telegram stopped sending out those
telegram* announcing probable peace.
Such reports are coming when based
on flimsy rumors are no better than
Hun propaganda. Their cffect is to
cause a cessation of war work. Such
reports are coming too often and have
to be refuted too often. We suggest
that such a newspaper as the Star-
Telegram show its patriotism by re-
fraining to send out any report that
would hinder and discourage war work
unless that report have u real depen-
dable foundation. Such reports should
not be permitted in any window.
For County Attorney;
M. H. MILLS. Mangum.
W. M. TUTON, Mangum.
For County Treasurer:
LOUIS TITTLE, Mangum
For County Clerks
R. F. MALOY.
For County Assessor
EMMA FAULKNER, Mangum.
For Court Clerk:
W. T. JETER, Mangum.
For County Superintendent:
MILTON BUTLER, Mangum.
For Public Weigheri ""•iSL!
E. C. FOSTER, Mangum.
For Commissioner 1st. District
FRANK M. OVERTON, Mangum
For Commissioner, 2nd District.
I. R. WARREN, Brinkman.
For Commissioner, Third District.
A. H. SHAW, Jester.
• Everyman's Pledge
• America shall win this warl
• Therefore, I will work, I will save
• I will sacrifice, I will endure, I will
• fight—cheerfully, and to my ut- *
• most—as if the whole outcome of
• the struggle depended upon me *
The reply of President Wilson was
so pointed and candid that it upset the
whole German Empire.
Putting a man in class A may put
him in uniform, but there are a lot of
fellows that nothing can make over
into class A men.
We have in mind certain blood
thirsty Huns who courted a Parisian
appetite who will experience a crav-
ing Berlin hunger.
Many a seedy fellow has the Kale,
and well heeled men often look run-
down at the heel. Moral: Appearances
don't always tell the truth.
The nice thing about being an ed-
itor is the fact one never is afraid oi
being robbed of his diamonds when
out in a crowd.
It occurs to us that the main trou- jj
ble in Germany is that those war |
lords don't know how to make a dip-
You will find that we have
put our quality "over the
top" and "Submarined" the
You get the benefit of the
world's largest woolen stock
to select from
Every Fabric Guaranteed
Cut to fit you. Just as you
want them. Come in now and
ask for Rose line. A rose by
any other name would smell
as well but clothes made by
any other firm would fit so
Also do Cleaning and Pres-
S. G. HALL
It to* m* u jy to«u*w a groat mmt
Uirtf) ia0 to to pubtw toallb.
but uale* rtoctod. It u #pt to
**•.!) •itrrt tto prvgir" of war war*
la all U vartoa depot tw*ata. Ali*od)
U Shipping Bwaid to* aaawu c*«i
i tot to* p coal of IU «orfc*r# ba i
torn niter led.
Tto di****o ba* it* groat**.
pn gr**« ta "he oa*t wtorv It ba*
claimed IU vutim# by to tboa^ad*
Report* (rum ottor eoctloa*. bowovof
are oqtMlly a tannin#, ami both civil
and military uutnotiUo* bav* warned
I to public tu lake ovory piwrautioo to
prevent .t# further pr od. la man)
riU*# xbool* cburcto* and theatre*
have toon clo*ed and public gator-
inc* uf all bind# forb dd*r..
Medical authorities agreo that peo
p|# Mho aie weak and rundown at*
the earlio#t victim* of to laflueasa
epidemic. If you tind our#alf Urod,
weak un>l lo*ing fl*#b, or i( you aro la
a generally run do n condition, or If
you catch cold oa#lly tbi* warning
ohould to heedtd promptly, ^ou are
really in givut danger, 'jec«u#e the
germ of tfti# di#ea«e I# vety catching
um. you aro apt to fall an ea*y vic-
tim it >ou come in contact with the
perm*, i'eople who are well and
trong are not likely to contract the
di «a*e l ecau#c tney art- ub.e to tbruv.
it off. The common-itcn:« way to keep
from taking it i# to iortifj the #>*
tern ugainut attack by bui'tiing up thu
In oth'r word# to i« the old ad-
agt ."An ounce of prevention is worth
a pound of euro." and if you are in a
subnormal condition the proper thing
to do it to begin immediately to build
up your powers of resistance. To ac-
complish this, nothing on earth will
strengthen yo.i and build you up like
Tanlac, the powertul reconstructive
tonic, which contains the very ele-
ment." needed by the system to give
you lighting strength and ward oft
the influenza germ.
l-'irst of all Tanlac begins its action
by creating a good healthy appetite
for wholesome, nourishing food, and
assists every organ of the body to
perform its natural functions, thus
nelping to build up health and
strength in the natural way.
Tanlac is also the ideal strengthen-
ing tonic for persons who are suffer-
ing from the affects of Influenza,
Grippe or Bronchial troubles and hun-
dreds of thousands are using it dail'v
with the most gratifying results.
In connection with the Tanlac treat-
ment, it is necessary to keep the bow-
els open by taking Tanlac Laxative
Tablets, samples of which are includ-
ed with every bottle of Tanlac. It is
also important that the every day
rules of hygiene be observed; that is,
sleep in well ventilated rooms, get
plenty of fresh air apd exercise and
keep away from crowds.
Tanlac is sold in Mangum by the
Owl Drug Store.
IS THERE OIL
The Russell Petroleum Co., claims
to have a nice showing of oil at their
well near Russell. They have passed
through a ten foot cein of oil bearing
rock and are now into a soft sand
which they confidently expect to bring
in a paying well. In order to use every
precaution they have removed their
rotary machinery and are putting in a
Star drilling outfit which will remove
the chance of ruining the hole by cut-
ting off the oil that may be drilled in-
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to •orb <K to to*ra*ia*o la*
Ufa to «l«t#toa -I to *ooa« Wa
•oo# (bmiiaa A.. «4aiu a to*t**d
U> 4aal <*Kb pca too>* ol fofotgo Ooi#
aow«a etiaodo II# aoffc.
da* Albaa ha* o**a to ooau*
or tbi* typo erf •orb ta to *aati
•••t but raoaai t'lto ot *oettoa*.
|#o«oc# ttooocb T*«a* 4lack «d
ta* tact tbai to nuMtor of mommtt
to Tea** •bo afoak Itobmtaa I* *#
n <>< oaly by to* a>aatof apMluag
•paaub Woaaa ot neither of to*#
MiMtaaiMte# bat# bithofto ea«pM<
o« tbaraugMy aad uo0ef*un4aal>
orMh to food coa*ar.at«iB K°«ram
Tto# ba* booa «ao aololy to tbo fart
tboy bate not uaOer*too< to plaa#
CoaiiauaUoa af poiicioo bor^oro
adopt ad prooiiao# aceopiablo traaala-
lion* into tbo laaguMoo «nb wblch
tbooo woman aro familiar, of to food
Tbo otbor obotocl# la tbo way of
tb# food prognun. # lb* lai**lblllty
of app*( ula# rood* u*t to *om«
•bat imo. la tot#, iho## formerly
u##4, or. la graarai. tto for*tga-bora.
foreign laaguago vpeaklng wom#n of
Ttxai wiu avoid tbeui To thl# prob
lom tbo Young Womoo# Cbrlitlan
A#*oelatloa la dlrortlng tb* attention
of lu #paolall#ta and Immediate ro
tult# now iotoi guaraatood.
t %MI> Of TM
«ic#d oa' ibaab# to to
ftt# mi* far to btad • j *i-aia) aad
-T_n. IMiiHi— n ailtn t ia Mr tod
towafQNrt btw*gb to btto *# mi
tohtood 5*^ p. T, LOJWJ.
TMK YANK# AKK UIVIXU TMK
HI X* IIKLL" bot •• a#o gato* •
gtv« ta to «*t*a« baylag to to
(M bill af toewtoMtoi** a lib
t «tlM ttoto*. to to m*am bur-1
im the «#r##d UMg«#t btlba Ilk traaa,
u to #ao boring to third largoto
• toll a lb bat. Thl* offer i# for Malar-
4gy. October Stob. Itoal f-*«oj to
da I# of lb** >p*eial off# . Th# l i lo
htfte. Uratoto. Obla.
totntoip aad Mad Wafto^U at
to Mar OfRea.
toioRUHt WOK AN TOOK IM hoi'HQ KM IN AIMY (OtUKStl
WA*MM* TU M Y MM ao.Mi _
! Th# lattaraiag >o«a« MM of Maa
Hart mm* ttoa. lit* K#to4l# ttatb gain oa4 tviaitj batw to otoilUd
ml Ito* fity ba* pM *■■ !#«*< poytag urt> to MUitoy VaeaUaaal iHiaala
fwr a boad f to Ttofrd lJtorly Laaa hp to to«al haafd #1 Oa#f Cato)
Mi*, t tofb i# to very hamble rwwa Ta to laiv#rtoty to Worwaa
•uam in Ufa, aad to toto a* paid Hiram C. t awtoa, Jaa>. T io|
fiti ntol) fraai *avtag* roetovod mm, J Eha#« l atobt. Katoll K U4
from taklag to ara#hia«a aad aoriuag mm. Mtrm U lm # . Jaan %'.
(Mb) to da> Tb# lacto roailW** Tabb M*m O W llaa«. t'hwa ).
for to Kaartb iJborly l^aa caaatdat - Ktaoa. I'ffaf 4. Laafaal. I*aal J.
ml thai Mr* Ctarfc had daa# tor fall Hughe*. H>ma B Mattoa. Harry W.
puUUAH duly, aad la ahow toir ap M#Haa. U«roaca H faatoa
arociaUaa biadly # praaaed thl# *aia# Ta to But# Sartoal. Woatorfard:
U, bor ta a #pMtol aotlco. ' I—II I*. Veal*. Cto K
• - Cha#. U Uototu J aha W. MrMUlaa.
N :«' FROM "OVER THKRK"
•ay# "buy Uborty Boad* V«h ybur,
THE VASK* ARK AUVAM INO,
^ by ^>*1 al to!~ w aa^awhoato
atoo ay o«>jng •. r|o|4||C .«« ..j# ha# It for laM
I>iki#<# Chtoag Out Rale, Uraalto. Ok-
Rtoe naw aa. UcaalU, Obla.
Crochet Thread, C. M. C., R. M. C*
or Clark's 10c at Blalocks.
All persons owing me for Horse and
Jack service please leave money at
First National Bank and get receipt. I
need this bad and have waited long on
most of this. T. J. Williams. 18-2t
Years of Experience. A Home Man
Price Reasonable. Phone me at Jester,
Okla., or inquire at Star office for
I. R. WARREN
COAL and FEED
Will Grind Your Com and Kaffir.
It is just about time to hold a gen- i
uine Turkey thanksgiving. We will in-
vite Turkey to participate in the cer-
emonies this time.
CHICHESTER S PUIS
aah rw a. .a#0* for CTT1-CH1* T** S A
(Samund Ekasn riu.s ia
_i a«m K; «t ;r-r\y
•.* *— <■!-<■*a-rta* y
ii#ia aa a* rn fe 'r
'..a<-« ^* < k J..b*a,
SOLD BY ALL DRU6GISTS
BE A LIVE ONE
Eat food that will give strength and vitality.
We have fresh meats proper for any day in the
We are lx>th pleased when you use our meats.
City Meat Market
HOOVER & PIGG
AMERICAN PHONE OIBL8
HELPING DEFEAT GERMANS
"Anerlcan girla of the Signal Corpe
aro godaend# to American army offl
era; the men alwmy# a#k for oper-.'
•tor# who can apeak English," write#
the secretary of the Young Women>
Christian AsaocUtton at Part#.;
Prance, who la In charge of the home
where the glrla from the United
State# are living.
She add#: "In ran# they have]
their own hostess house. They are
splendid war workers. They must
speak French fluently In order to,
come on thl* mission, so there are
many who have come through pure
di<#ire to give patriotic service and,
many who never did telephone work
until they undertook this. Some are
college girls, some are teachers.
"As in the United States, only
women can live at the hostess house.;
but men come for meals. The din-
lug room is crow tied with men and
women in a bewildering mass of uni-
forms. There are; to name a few.
the doctors, the Red Cross nurses,
the Y. M. C. A., the Y. W. C. A.
workers, the men with their Red Tri-
angle and the women wearing the
now well-known Blue Triangle."
"OLD TIME" BICYCLE HAS
AGAIN BECOME POPULAR
Tours, France.—"Every one here
rides a bike, including the secre-,
taries of the Young Women's Chris-
tian Association," writes Miss Esther
Sieight, secretary of the Hostess
House for American Women In Tours.
Miss Sleight, who attended Syracuse,
University, and was assisting in the
war work at Charleston, S. C., at the
tftne of her appointment to work tn.
France, adds that Mrs. James S.j
Cushmao. chairman of the War Work]
Counoil, presented each of the Hos-,
tess houses with a good old readable
"Automobiles are needed for thej
army. Besides, gasoline, or 'essence'1
as we now call It, is expensive. Wej
are always running short on it, juso
as we do our sugar supply. Conse-;
quently we depend on other sources
of power, and habitually cycle from
our hostess houses to the foyers, so-,
cial rooms at the factories, and toj
the recreation park on the Loire."
BLUE TRIANGLE WORKERS
ARE BUSY IN WAR ZONE|
Tours, FV#noe —"Say, are youfotk^
over hare under the army or are jrouj
on your own?" popounded in vigor
ous American, rather startled a sec
rotary of the Yaong Women's Out#
Uan Association in this oNr wbo#«
Mrs have ached for the aeand af «
aoiee from hove.
"He waa a private.'' eaplaiaed the
secretary, "and be waa in daadlrj
earnest. I did my beat to toil Mm
of our work hero for the nurses, th#
women workers aad the munition
makers. Meanwhile. I aaw be waa
studying me train head to foot and
hi# eyes fastened themselves ea the
Btae TriaagU on my arm.
"Then in true doagbboy #tyle be
seatentiously added, "Wall, .when I
see that Y. W. C A. on yoar arm, I
says to myseM, The Y. W. C.
ain't over here for nathlagV
The Kakoor *at "
•ufTrag#. Weadraw Wlleea and
Theodore RaeeoveK favor ata-
man euffraf* WW. whleh will
you stand? Vet# yea for wa-
maa#w*ra«eeaN#>veme#r ,i t«.
I WILL HELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION
Monday Oct 21
At Farm one and one half miles south and two miles west of Jester, on the
Salsbery farm, the folowini? property:
1 horse mule 9 years old wt. 1000
1 horse mule 8 years old, wt. 950
1 horse mule, 10 years old, wt. 800 «
2 black pony horses 10 years old wt.
1 brown mare 7 years old, wt. 900
1 two-year old filly, wt 800
1 bay marc 9 years, with sucking colt
1 roan horse 9 years old, wt. 900
1 brown Jersey cow giving milk
1 half Jersey cow giving milk
1 red cow, just fresh
1 red and white spotted heifer, calf
1 deep red yearling heifer
I fattening hogs
'8-foot McCormick binder
2 farm wagons
2 section harrows «
1 Oliver lister planter
1 2-row planter
1 Emerson disc harow
And a variety of harness
About 1 ton of headed feed
About one ton of cotton seed
2 heavy rocking chairs
3 heavy iron bed steads
1 heavy range cooking stove
1 Xew* Perfection oil stove
1 storage oil tank
3000 bundles of feed
Many other articles not mentioned
W. W. PAXTON, Auctioneer,
WEST HOLLAND, Clerk
We will sell at Public Auction at the Wharton Farm, two and one half miles
Southwest of Brinkman, beginning at 10 o'clock, the following property, on
Tbuisday, Oct. 24tb
Lunch Served by Red Cross Ladies.
TERMS: All sums of ten dollars and under cash. On sums over ten dollars a
credit of twelve months will be given on notes with approved secunety, bear-
ing ten per cent from date. Five per cent discount for cash, on sums over $10.00
D. J. BRADY, Owner
1 bay mare 7 years old 15*4 hands
1 bay mare 7 years old 15^ hands
1 black mare 3 years old, 15 hands
1 bay horse 11 years old 16 hands
1 bay horse 8 years old 15 hands
1 bay horse colt, 1 year past
1 black horse colt, 1 year past
1 bay mare colt 8 months old
1 red cow 6 years old, with heifer calf
a good one
1 red cow 2 years old with heifer calf
Five cows, all fresh soon
Two two-year old heifers
Seven yearling heifers and steers
2 farm wagons
1 buggy and harness
1 wagon, 1 surrey, 1 buggy, 1 saddle
1 cultivator, good as new
1 Mr. Bill Planter, a good one
1 Avery walking lister
1 breaking plow
Some sweeps and hoes
1 Incubator, Iron Clad, 150 egg
1 set of leather harness
1 set belting harness
2 sets of single buggy harness
18 black L. hens
8 White Leghorn hens
75 jars of fruit
A lot of bundle feed
TERMS: All sums of $10 and under cash. On sums over $10 a credit of twelve
months will be given on notes with approved security and bearing ten per
cent interest from date. Five per cent discount for cash on sums over $10.00
LUNCH ON GROUND.
J. E WHARTON
W. F. GREENE, Owners
E. H. KINO, Auctioneer
WEST HOLLAND, Clerk
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