The Mangum Star And Southwest Eagle (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, December 6, 1918 Page: 3 of 10
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Southwest Co-. Square
Prizes On All Breeds of Chickens; and Turkeys
Geese, Ducks, Pigeons; Commercial Breeds of Rabbits
More Than $300.00 in Premiums
Note the Premium List, as Follows:
THURSDAY, December 12—Placing of all Exhibit*.
FRIDAY, December 13. Judging of Exhibit* com-
mencing at 10:00 a. m.
SATURDAY, December 14—Closing of Second An-
nual County Show.
(All Bird* Sent to State Show will be Removed at
10:00 A. M. Saturday December 14.)
AMERICAN CLASS—BEST PEN.
Barred Plymouth Rock
White Plymouth Rock
Buff Plymouth Rock
Silver Laced Wyandotte
Rose Comb R. I. Red
Single Comb R. I. Red
ENGLISH CLASS—BEST PEN
S. C. White Orpington
S. C. Buff Orpington
ASIATIC CLASS—BEST PEN
S. C. White Leghorn
R. C. White Leghorn
S. C. Brown Leghorn
R. C. Brown Leghorn
S. C. Buff Leghorn
S. C. Black Minorcas
SWEEPSTAKE , .
For the best pen of birds in the show, all
Pair Bronze, cock and hen
Pair Bourban Red cock and hen
Pair White Holland Cock and hen
. 2.60 1.60
.. 2.60 1.60
. 2.60 1.60
. 2.50 1.50
. 2.60 1.60
. 2.50 1.50
. 2.50 1.50
Premium* wil be awarded on each variety 1.00
BEST DOZEN WHITE EGGS
BEST DOZEN BROWN EGGS
Junior Prires will be on the same breeds, and will
be first, $2.50 second, $1.60.
Prizes will be offered to boy* and girls between
the ages of 10 and 18.
All prize* will be for best pens of the various
breeds. A pen consists of one cock and four hens.
Mangum Offers the following Specia Premiums:
BEST PEN «r=nftS2^0
American class *° °°
English class £.00 2.50
Asiatic Class £.00 2.50
Best Pen in Show
Best Parti-colored Male 5.00 2.50
Best Solid Colored Male 5.00 2.50
GEESE pa . ca
Pair Gray Toulouse 2-50 1-50
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your larwl II will pay yon « ••• *•
brfurr )°ur t"*"- " K-Dlal.
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pt'RK MRBANR COTTON HEED
I have « lot of Mrban* CollOO Kt
left v*r fr«m *hl|MMt from T. A.
Smith * Co. of Luckhart. last year.
I have al*o several hundred wwi «
®f aolrrUtl M*b«nr mt.1 rai**<l from
iht* l-ocknart hipp*d in last
year, groan on sandy lan.1 ami well
matured. Thi* *e«l prove just
what you want. Entra«* > •"• °« ""I*
m-mI now. Make a small payment and
r | mil hold ti for you until spring. 1
S.ave •hipped thla kind of need tn from
T. A. Smith each year for the pa«t
IIKATl.Y ClIN COMPANY linn iuatnll.il New
lb.Ury mid Uin Marhincry. Thr verdtet of the
i>k|M rtrm u thnt thin rui in making nutting the
Satuplr . n«l Turn-out of any gin in the
New Mi*tl rlcaninflT I'twcm, absolutely dean*
tlu« f r planting; They are unexcelled. Our
turn-out e<ui*t l e bent.
THr bi|tliitl prtrr paid for collaa. *n«l r uin every
Heatly Bros. Gin Co
&ft year*1 ItTas tf£n entire satis- NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF said judgmpt. with interest and
three year*. ntt" «' . , 1Vii coitKt LOHL'UE. acrrued and accruing.
faction. Cotton rai*ed from it iftnne.i LAND— FORECLOSURE.
' Heiur OktlathU I« >e Dl-lrici Uwl of Cmr County
Heiiter, Okia. , su(# gf okUkmm^ K|,hle^ilh J a-
THERE WAS A MAN
There wa* a man who fancied that, by
driving good and fa*t.
He'd get hi* car acro*« the track be-
■ fore the train came pa*t;
| He'd miss the engine by an inch, and
I make the train hand* tore,
I There wa* a man who fancied thi*:—
there isn't any more.
There wa* a man that fancied that It
all wa* mere *urmising,
He'd get hi* busine** o'er the top
without the advertising;
i He'd just keep mum and play along,
■ | and win at last somehow,
II There wa* a man who fancied that:—
he's out of business now.
RULES AND REGULATIONS
1. There will be no entry IJees.
2. All birds mast be entered by 6 p. m. Thursday,
3. Birds showing symptoms of disease will be return-
ed to the owners at once.
4. No birds to be removed from the room without
the consent of the Secretary or the Superintend-
5. Any exhibitor interferring with the judges' work
lays himself liable to be excluded from competi-
6. Judging will start on Friday morning, Decembei
Arrangements will be made for awarding prizes on
any breed of poultry whether listed or not. Bring in
your fine poultry.
All exhibits must be made by owner, and must be
from regular stock owned and kept for breeding
OFFICERS ., x
J. H. SULLIVAN Presideht
L. C. THOMPSON Brinkman, Oklahoma
MARVIN YOUNG Mangum, Oklahoma.
J. D. GRAVES Mangum, Oklahoma
Secretafy County Show
D. O. GIVENS, Mangum, Oklahoma.
SID SMITH Mounds, Oklahoma.
W. H. Dickey will renew your farm
! loans and let your interest begin when
J interest on old loan i* due. Cheapest
g| money in the market. 13"u
l Ira Parton of Granite was in the
I city Monday. While hero he made the
j ■ Star a very pleasant financial visit* ^ _
Si : His son, Prof. Ira Parton of Moun- ^ °the 22~d"ay 0f April 1918,"for an ag-
S tain Air, New Mexico, has been ap- gum of |U4166( together with
3 pointed a member of the Council of attorney'* fee*, and all costs
C. H. Rutter, Plaintiff
Jack (E. C.) Felty and R. M. Felty, of
thr State of Tcxaa, Defendant*.
Notice I* hereby given, that In pur-
suance of an order of sale iuued out
of the District Court of Graer County,
Oklahoma, on the 23rd day of Novem-
ber, 1918, in an action wherein C. H.
Rutter was plaintiff and Jack (E. C.)
Felty and R. M. Felty are defendant*,
directed to me, the undersigned Sher-
iff of Greer County, Oklahoma, com-
manding me to levy upon, advertise
appraise and aell the following des-
cribed realestate property, to-wit:
All of lot* one and two, and the
east one-half, of the Northewst
Quarter, of Section 7, in Townahip
8, North of Range Twenty-Three
W. I. M., in Greer County, State of
Oklahoma, with all and singular, the
tenements, hereditaments and appur-
tenances thereunto belonging, or in
any wise appertaining, to saUsfy a
judgment and decree of foreclosure in
favor of the said plaintiff and against
the said defendants obtained and made
in said Court in said County of Greer
D. 0. GIVENS, Sec.-Treas.
"Take those feet in" Command* the
^*"In*where ? ask* Doughboy Charlie
Chaplin. And then the trouble begins
in "Shoulder Arm*", his second mil-
lion dollar picture. Wood row, Decem-
ber 12th and 13th.
The snow which fell last week wa*
uncommonly deep for a November
now. It is most all gone and we are
having some pretty weather at pre-
J. G. and John Culwell and Lock-
art Hall came in from Burkburnett
i«ct wee* where they had beep work-
ing for a short while.
M. F. Wells has moved on hi* place
near the school house.
Mr. and Mrs. Brock and Mr*. Berty
Henderson w*at to Mangum Saturday
and spent Saturday night at the Al-
bert McCurdy home.
We had a holiday at our school last
horseback ride through the snow.
E. C. Merryman' and family spent
Sunday at the H. W. Nippert home.
Loyd Harris spent his vacation at
home and returned to Norman Sunday.
E. H. Eagan and family spent Sun-
day with Mr Mrs. Tubb.
Mrs. Lizzie Tubb and Mrs. Belle
Poole visited Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Nip-
J. R. Rogers and Mrs. Jessie Rogers
are on the sick list at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Merryman were
called to Crowell Texas, Monday on
account of his mother being serious-y
joined them Monday in a "hog killing"
Thursday and the teachers enjoyed a family, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mattix building and conditions were not very
• • • . .■ !-■—> " if—j-. s- . "i"v« mUncr" much better at Emmert and New Hope
Our building only had to be swept out
and a fire built and was ready for the
little tots who were very eager to be-
gin work. We feel confident we will
have an other good term with Bliss
Parkey's earnest work.
Mr and Mrs. Aylsworth, both have
influenza. Miss Bessie Aylesworth is
Children take BALLARDS HORE-
HOUND SYRUP willingly because it
tastes nice. There isn't a better rem-
edy anywhere for children's coughs,
hoarseness and bronchitis. It'* a good
medicine and ea*y to take. Price 26c, | —
60c, and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by j nursing them.
Richards' Drug Store 25-4t.j jfr. and Mrs. Milton MeCoIlum left
————— I £or Dallas last Friday to make their
NEWS FROM BLAKE J future home. They made the trip in
' their car.
Funeral services of Edward Logsdon I Sam Wilhite moved to O'delPs home
was held at Center Point Friday. j place on the south side of Salt Fork
We were quite proud of the condi-, so he could send his children to a near-
lanpuni ; nuinwi. j ti on our school house was in to start er school.
Mi. and Mrs. George Nippert re-, school Monday. The trustees have been Mi** Paralee Dear man died at her
turned from the oil field* last week. It so busy repairing the other buildings home at Ada last Thursday and was
seems that old Greer still holds some <n the Union Graded District that had buried Friday. She hved here the trreat
a.h*c for the people who have once our* needed any work I dare say they er part of her life and we all know
; red here. would Mt have found time to work on hat a lovable *^ter aad dubfui
Dm Turberville and fanily of White ours. At Russell they reported only daughter .be was. She leaves a father
Flat are visiting Mrs. TuberriUe and two good window panes in the whale mother and several sisters and broth
W. A. Boyd mrA family returned to
tfceir home near Mangum Thumdav.
the State Educational Association of
|' New Mexico. This organization sup-
erintends the General educational sys-
tem of the State, and selects the cour-
ses of study for the State of New Mex.
When your digestion is poor, when
1 vour bowels are costive, when your
S; breath is bad, when your stomach is
sick or disordered, and you feel lan-
S ; miid and low-spirited, Prickly Ash
g Bitters is the remedy you need. It
S cleanses the vital organs, punfi. s the
| bowels, and imparts a fine feeling of
a strength, vigor and cheerfulness, fl.25
B! per bottle. Mangum Drug Co. Special
I agents. 25"2t
NOTICE OF SALE OF LANDS;
Notice is hereby given that in pur-
suance of an order of sale issued by
the Court Clerk of Greer County, Ok-
lahoma, on the 19th day of November,
1918, directed to me, as sheriff of
Greer County, Oklahoma, and com-
manding me as such sheriff to adver-
tise and sell, without appraisement the
following described real estate in
Greer County, State of Oklahoma, to-
W>Lot Seven (7) of Section Six (6),
and lots One (1), Two (2), Three (3)
and Four (4) of Section Seven (7), all
in Township Four (4) North of Range
Twenty-three (23) west of the Indian
Meridian in Greer County, Oklahoma
to satisfy a judgment made and enter-
ed in the District Court of Greer
County, Oklahoma on the 7th day of
January, 1913, in favor of Arthur E.
Pearson and against Joe Morrison and
Nora Morrison for the principal sum
of $1755.95, with interest thereon at
the rate of eight percent per annum
from January 7th, 1913, and all costs
of this action, taxed at $50.00 and all
accruing costs, that I will, as such
sheriff, on Monday the 23rd day of
December, 1918, at the hour of two
o'clock p. m., at the west door of the
court house in the City of Mangum,
County of Greer, and State of Okla-
homa, offer said lands, or so much
thereof as will satisfy said judgment
and costs, for sale to the highest and
best bidder for cash.
W. B. HENRY, Sheriff of Greer
County, Oklahoma. By John H.
Percy Powers, Attorney
for Plaintiff. 23-5t
In The District Court, Greer County.
Hellen E. Johnson, Plaintiff,
Neill T. Johnson, Defendant.
g.M defendant Neill T. Johnson will
take notice, that he has been sued in
this court for a divorce, on the ground* ]
of abandonment, non-support and
gross neglect of duty, and must ans-
wer the petition filed in thi3 case by
the plaintiff on said grounds hereof
and for the custody of their son
George Levoy Johnson, answer must
be filed on or before January the 16th
A. D. 1919, or said petition be taken
as true and confessed, and relief
granted a* prayed for.
Dated Dec. 1, 1918.
(Seal) BULA GATEWOOD.
H. D. HENRY. Court -etk.
$114.16, attorney's fees, and all costs
incurred and accruing herein, taxed at
the sum of $8.85, with interest on said
amounts as follows, to-wit:
The sum of $1141.66, plus $114.16
total amount being $1255*82, with
10 per cent from April 22nd, 1918
until paid; I, W. B. Henry, sheriff
will on the 30th day of December 1918
at the hour of ten o'clock, in the fore-
noon of said day, at the front door of
the court house building in the City of
Mangum, in said County of Greer and
State of Oklahoma, offer for sale and
sell to the highest bidder for cash, the
said realestate property above describ-
ed, or so much thereof as will satisfy
accrued and accruing.
Witness my hand this 23rd day of
November, A. D. 1918.
W. B. HENRY, Sheriff of Grew
County, State of Oklahoma. .
H. D. Henry, Attorney. 24-M.
Capt. R. T. Rickets of Reed was la
the city Monday. Mr. Rickett* la a
confederate veteran, having served
under Generals D. H. Cooper aad
Dick Gano in the Indian Territory. Be
is a candidate for Door Kaeeper of the
House of Representatives of the Sixth
Legislature. He is a loyal Deaoenft
well deserving of this place w art
ran. He has never before asked for
honor at the hand* of his party, al-
ways being proud to work in the ranks
ORDER FOR HEARING SETTLE-
MENT OF FINAL ACOUNT.
SUte of Oklahoma. Canity of Greer.
In the matter of the eetate of D. L.
Summers deceased, order appointing
day for settlement of final account aad
Terrell Summers, Executor of the
estate of D. L. Summers deceased,
having this day rendered and preeen-
ted for settlement, and filed In this
court his final account of hi* admin-
istration of the estate of said deceased
and his petition for distribution of
said estate, and discharge as adminis-
It is ordered that the 27th day of
December 1918; being a day of reg-
ular term of this court to-wit; of the
October 1918, term at 10 o'clock a.
m., of said day be, and the same is
hereby appointed for the settlement ef
said account and the hearing of Mid
petition; and that due notice thereof
be given by causing notice to be post-
ed in at kaat three public places in
this county and by publication as re-
quired by law.
Dated this 29th day of November,1918
(Seal) J. L. CARPENTER,
25-2t. County Judge.
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' for us — light, tender biscuits —
toasty brown and all puffed up
\ with goodness! For mother is sure
of her baking powder—Calumet.
She never disappoints us because
never disappoints her,
It's dependable. Resuits
always-^ same—the best.
Try it. -
Calumet contains only such Inge. \
dients as have been approved o«-
cially by the U .S.Food Authorities.
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Jessee, Elmer V. The Mangum Star And Southwest Eagle (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, December 6, 1918, newspaper, December 6, 1918; Mangum, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc276626/m1/3/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.