The Mangum Star And Southwest Eagle (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 21, 1918 Page: 2 of 10
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tH |i « O tarho« and Mim C'offman
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played an> miwirtl instrument to
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plenty of talent n«l wo expect n ver>
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^ . ptrctcd were as follow*: Girl*
wmii AT ITFMH MIm Jewel Smith. Ed*nrThomwon ««^ p ideBt Vlotat U«#S
WILD C AT ITEMS. ^ Bentley, Roy Smith vi.itod at Gtae ^ Trwurer> Klbert.no
r. . nrftty the R. K. Long home Sunday afternoon t. Pianist*. OUdy* Little, Mnry
W« taw *«n having om p y Mm Winnir Brown i* picking cot-! Beatrice Hnll. Violet
family Ti.lted' ton for We.ley Unford. ^ clM club;
o2rSL n home Sunday s. Bentley got through making .y- pel,hall; SecreUr>p*^1 ,T^*"
^eTcieaw Pa** mo re who ha* rup SatunUy. er. HuHey Yartarry; P4«" t. D*nn"
jeen on tta *ick li*t for quite • white —
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^_i >m~ to «&. - *r*. l .^.h^uMxIv from now until Chrauna*
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key* continuously from now until UwmUw -
Remember, whatever the market we
•Jwayi keep dow to tbe lop. evwy day «
I he week and every week m the year.
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Highest Prices Paid
Bring them in now vv hile
the price i# good
Mangum Produce Company
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card of thanks
""jfpaaamora got hi* ftrat bale of cot-
^M^Md"*™- I^y"* and b*bJr our Hu bami, rainer, •> —
od at the R. E- Bamaey home Sunday. fw ^ beautiful floral offering*.
Mi** Maggie Tbomason, George, Mrg Joe Mayfield and Children,
Parker. Willie Tbo~|«n. \ Andrew Mayfield
S;; Hickman and J. B. Kel^y Mri
at the S Bentiey home Sunday.
Xn* for tta year were dte.wH
I Ab ope rata will probably be given
We wiah to expre** to our many portly after Chri*tma* to™'** ?,on^>
friend* oor aincereat thank* for the to p.y ,or the new ~ngtaota A£0-
Undnea* an daympathy ahown u* dur- gram will be g ven 'n j
SJ tta recent iliXe**. and death of day. November 27to. jtah
our Hu*band, Father, ami brother, al*o c)ude memben, of CU.ta.
#— k. hMutiful floral offering*. patrona are cordially inviw-a
junior Cte* Note*.
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T. R. and Claud Pawon* camc in gplrit At ha* been anown —
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«*> th. IxHiii.r DUtrlct. which I. p.rt of th.; I-™* the o,
1 nt last week at the G. H. I new Consolidated No. 4 District. They Seniors. The Junors are try>ng
KStatme ' S hat) $10.00 in pledges. This ex-1 year the "big year" of the
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son ,vlaited at th , fo|k|I dld flne work. white a8 the class colors, and upon
^Dee ^McMinn, S. Bentley carried S. inhIGESTION. If you are afflicted "Be American "'L^uL^the' first of
Bentley's first bale of cotton to owni ,jth this' distressing complaint, it mdy They ^ Pg of £fe year very soon.
Monday. ... vi8ited' do you good to learn that Pr'ckley Ash their soc week>g work upon it our
Garland Cooper and fam y Bitters is a prompt and efficient rem-1 After declared ready for rais-
relatives and friends near Blair Fn- Bfitters I^ p0lM„?dav 1 t s a^endid staff,
day afternoon. colte 1 heartburn, tones up the stomach ana ,ng_onf^Zight ^hiU and taper-
Mr. Craig lost one of his fine co b itg arable cathartic affect, Jt sixty feet in K und his maniKil
We are *t ll tavlng «*• l «^*y
m rather for «attarla* cotton.
Mr. and Mra. L C. tiabta vtatad
friend* at Mangum Saturday and Sun-
i II. Ptalp* Nat been *owlng wtaot
on the plare wtare he will live. *ur
Mangum. . _ t
(i«orge Parker vi*IUd at the Frank
Ihonuwon home Hundav.
A targr- rrowd of youag folk* mot
ored to Granite Sunday ev* iB*
Mi** l.uclte Phelp*, Willie
Km ma Ttama*on and Charley paa*-
more vial tad at the Bob Parker home,
Mi** Myrtle Huteher-on .pent the
latter part of teat week with Ml*a U -
We are glad to report that Maater
, ('live Pa* more la improving.
Ollia Parker and Mlaa Zella Thoma-
*on broke teh Ruaaell .peed limit Sun-
day afternoon while motoring thru
^fiTpwiline Wilhite vlalted at the
Thomaaon home Sunday.
Mr .Price and family took dinner at
the Will Roberta home Sunday.
11 When the kidney* are allte* ^-y,
— Prirklev Ash Bitter*. It ui a fine k d-I
first time Tueaday mornln* and now tonic. Relieve* backache, bladder
float* proudly over the two school tn)ub,e, indi^ertioo and constipatior^
building*. Price $1.25 per bottle. Mangum Drug
The following program has been ar- Co Special agent*.
ranged for chapel service Wednesday, —
November 27th: j Mrs. W. E. Thomas nee Emma Fro
"Star Spangled Banner" School. zier of Jonesboro. Arkansas, is visU-
"Martha" Piano Solo, Mary Townsend I ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
"Happy Birda" Vocal Solo, Gladys | prasler on route three.
MLud Piea" Heading, Luoile Cohen. ! Legal blanks of all ldnda at the SUr
"The tale of a Stocking" Vocal Solo. ~ tr/M.TAin'VR
Violet Lowe. AUCTIONEER
"Thanksgiving Season Mr. McLelano .—
'Ise Quine Back to Dixie". Violin Solo. ExporioilCC. TwPn-
"Senoro" Vaad Solo, Corinne Tinsleyj^y years in Greer County.
"Minuet" Piano Solo, Lydia Pace. Makes Farm Sales a bUCCeSS
r~n •y -|wjr place to the Southwest.
Perk Up a Little
Peace and the Boys are
Wc nail ljrl|> .vera. W( will make yuur suit, tail-
oral to fl<-
A thousand samples tt> selct't from. F ntst
woolens and latest styles.
We also do cleaning, pressing, altering and
We eater to both ladies and gentlemen. Nothing:
too nice for us to care for.
Commercial Tailor Shop
Hac k First Nat. Bank. H. E. Davis,. Pbone 138
WHITE LEGHORN COCKRELS
BIG CHANCE AT BURKBURNETT
Here's the most practical and useful gift you can present to
equipped ""hovrt of the gifts any lady wUI appro-
riate. Take Xotiee of the Special ( h'l.stmas prices.
All White enamel with jmtoinatit- Fron^ . $39.00
AH Oak-enamel top -.thAu^ .... $36.00
\|| Oak-enamel top with Automatic rroit^ -^ - — _
Ml Oak-enamel top with Drop. al $26-00
XII oak-zinc top with drop front regu ar pnee ^
M Oak-zinc top with drop front, regulace, $24.->U, special .
take advantage of this special Holiday otter.
Thi« will be the last general assem- ' -lily place 111 iiie p •
bly before the Thanksgiving holidays, j QJvC yOUT sales to ** k°mC j
All patrons and friends have a cordial phone to Star Office at,
inSsi0Do?otSr 'win,domestic science my Expense for dates and
teacher, and her class in domestic terms. I advertise yOUT Sal©,
science entertained the high school WATT
faculty with a delightful tea on Sat- "rtT A n WATT
urday afternoon. The room was beau-
tifully decorated with chrysanthe-
mums and autumn flowers. Dainty.
sandwiches and cakes with a hospita-
ble cup of tea were served by the
pretty young hostesses and a pleasant j
hour bf social chat followed. The class j
who entertained were: Miss Vivian j
Glidewell, Miss Eugenia Burchfield,
Miss Corinne Connor, Miss Zenada
Barnett. Miss Fi'ankie Paxton, Miss i
Eula Hughes, (Miss Ola Jones, Miss ,
Irene Dial, Miss Clara Goode, Miss i
Anna Montgomery, Miss John Hughes,
Miss Lizzie Roach, Miss Nell Strother. ,
Among those attending the Peace
pageant at Lawton last Saturday were .
Miss Eva Powers, Carl McAllister, Ro-
bert Hamilton, Lee Koy Pershal',
Mark Elliott, Fairford Slaten, Miss
Blanch Moss, Miss Nell Smith, Miss
Lillian Hamilton, Miss Corinne Tin-
sley, Miss Winnie Chambers, Roy Dial I
Miss Agnes Garrett, Frelon Cowan, ,
Frank Dieter, Zollie Crigger, Miss |
Gladys Splawn, Miss Mary Murdock, .
Miss Rada Sue Garrett, Miss Virginia
Rev! Cohen, pasor of the First Meth-
odist church conducted devotional
exercises at chapel service Wednesday
morning. He also talked on Recon-
struction work after the war. His ,
words were extremely interesting and |
! timely and he was heard by a very at-
Wednesday was also Freshman day,
as could be learned from the gay
j green and white ribbons waving every
Publishers Report of the Condition of
The First State Bank of Brinkman,
Oklahoma, November 1. 1918.
. Resources -
! Loans and discounts
! Overdrafts secured
Stocks, bonds, warrants etc...
Furniture and Fixtures
Due from Banks •••••••••■
Checks and other cash items
Bills of Exchange
j Cash in bank
Capital stock paid in
| Surplus Fund
' Undivided Profits, less ex-
penses and taxes paid .
Individual deposit subject
Time certificates of deposit ..
Cashier's checks outstanding 2.285.75
The leading promoter of the High| ^tS!" ^firo^Jri^at
1 G^C °,n ! 2S fair thia y^^OO^ch-
!^rtXtUPthlTigh GrSe has paidlR. L. Dickeroon, Reed, Okla^ 22 2p.
two 15 per cent dividends. Mr Coving J Edwards of Waco, Tex-
ton SS! SfarSr w2 2JSLU. in the City Saturday and Sun-
on *25^ acres near Burkburnett and}day He looUed very fine ahd reports
wants 19 men to go in with him 5001 and good work going on con-
si^T.tCHe ££ tinuou8>y ^
Mangum, 10 liuies " • — -
Friday, Nov. 29
23 HEAD HORSES and MULES
2 brood marcs, wt. 1100 each
3 yearling colts, good size
2 t'lleys, 3 in spring
1 gelding, 3 in spring
2 filleys, 2 in spring
1 gelding, 2 in spring
1 pair mules wt. 1400 each
1 pair mules 7 years old wt. 1100 each
1 mule, wt. 900
1 gelding 4 years old
1 black mare, colt by side and 6 years
old . ,
These are all high grade animals
1 farm wagon
1 top buggy
1 Standard planter
1 2-row P. & O. Planter with openers
2 go-devils, P. & O.
28 HEAD CATTLE
High Grade Durham Stock, in good
5 cows, calves by side
9 cows fresh in spring
2 coming 2 year old heifers fresh in
1 yearling heifer
4 yearling steers
1 short horn yearling bull
1 shorthorn 2 year old bull
2 gelt shoats, wt. 95 lbs each
2 walking listers P. & 0.
1 breaking plow
1 3-section harrow
Complete set farmers blacksmith
Hamilton Hardware Co.
ToUl 95.737.521 \
State of Oklahoma County of Greer ss ,
I West Holland. Cashier of the ]
above named Bank do solemnly swear
that the above statement tnie to
the best of my knowledge and belief |
he'P WESt'hOLLAND, Cashier. |
Subscribed and sworn to before roe
this 13 day of November 1918.
Opale Oaddell. Notary Public. My ]
commission expire* 3-6-22.
Corect Attest: T. S. DeAnnan.
J. L. Donkam. Director*. ,1
THE usual teems will be given at THIS sale.
!>. S. NOBLE, Clerk.
Jim O'Donnell, Auctioneer
about"the Camps. ~He is in the l^w
KS^wtrk "whlS £ t'S
numose^the prevention of illegal li-
quor^sales and suppression of vice in
, wutt, ™ 1U1KA m UUllUlUg IVUUCfMU
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Jessee, Elmer V. The Mangum Star And Southwest Eagle (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 21, 1918, newspaper, November 21, 1918; Mangum, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc276395/m1/2/: accessed June 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.