The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 10, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 21, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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SATURDAY. AUGUST ». IMO
THE MANGUM STAB
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Sec Doolen First He Ha»
Whet You Went end et e
OUR CIRCULATING LIBRARY
Buy one book for 80e. When you have
read it pay 15 cent* and exchange it
for another, and so oo. 500 book, to
■elect from. Good Reading at small
Merit is the Trede Merle
New Goods Are Arriving Daily
And you can find just what you want when you want it
New Arrivals This Week—Aluminum ware, Toys, Tricycles, Glassware, Serges in plain and tony
plaids, Infants' Blankets, Outings.
J. H. DOOLEN & COMPANY
Everything for Everybody, Cheaper than Anybody.
Help Doolen Grow. Ifa
Money in Your Pocket
Shipments of sew music twice earh
week—i fyou want a copy we have
»ot got, five us the money and we
will get it for you.
Veluo is the True To* of
wim Mary and Miss Bessie Ball
returned from a visit to Miss Claudie
Fsy White in Altus the first of the
Miss Haley and Miss Florenci Wa<-
son have returned from market and
began their work in millinery for C.
M. Stone, Tuesday.
TO BE WITHOUT IT
„ 1U1I Restored to Health Four Years
Ago by Taking Teniae—Good Ef-
! fects Continue
For Easy Starting
FOR easy starting ignition on
your Ford, put a Columbia Hot
Shot No. 1461 under the seat. Saves
prolonged cranking—usually ignites
the first compression of gas.
For motor boat ignition and light-
ing use Columbia "Multiple" Dry
Battery No. 356. Waterproof, power-
ful, and with 4 times the life of an
Berry's Garage, Brinkman, Okla.
W. D. Hall, Brinkman, Okla.
Hamilton Hdw. Co., Mangum, Okla.
Mangum Auto & Supply Co. Mangum.
Mangum Motor Co., Mangum, Okla.
W. J. Peeler, Lone Wolf, Okla.
I "1 was entirely relieved of my trou-
J bles four year* ago by Tanlac and
I have enjoyed the best of health ever
I since," said Edward Ball, a well-
I known farmer who lives on Route 3,
Box 8, Duluth, Minn.
•' For two years I had the worst
' sort of stomach trouble and rheuma-
tism, what little I managed to eat
wuuld sour on my stomach and I was
so nauseated after nearly every meal
I could not retain a thing. I woula
suffer terribly from gas and. to adi. j
to my other troubles. I was taken
with the rheumatism in my legs and j
' knee joints and got in such a bad fix
' I could hardly get up and down. |
"After trying a lot of other things
which did me no good I started tak-
ing Tanlac and believe me, I soon
felt like a new man. My appetite
came back and 1 could eat anything I
wanted without it hurting me the
least bit. The rheumatism left me en-
tirely and, as I stated before, altho
this wes four years ago I haven't had
a trace of bad health since. I always
keep Tanlac in the house and once in
a while take a little, for I believe
it will keep anybody in fine shape and
(■ am always recommending it to
Tanlac is sold in Mangum by the
Owl Drug Store, in Granite by the
Come in and Heai the
Golden Throated Claxtonola
You should buy a "Golden Throated" Clax-
It has the perfect tone for every home.
It will play perfectly any make of disc record.
In a clear natural tone, distinct and sweet.
The GOLDEN THROAT is vibrant with music.
The rich and beautiful finish will harmonize.
With the color of any room in your home.
Any size machine that you want.
Come in and play it, we want you to be the sole
judge of its supremacy.
Welcome to our Store.
SHEARER & HARRIS
Frank H. Shearer Clive D. Harris
Once a Scrub, Always a Scrub.
Mr Vaughan, Farmer Telle How He
Lost All His Prize Seed Corn
How do you suppose the cow of 46 j "Some time ago sent away for some
centuries ago—26 centuries before | pedigreed seed corn. Put it in a gun-
Christ—would look compared with 1 ney and hung it on a rope sus-
your cow? Well, she might not con- j pended from roof. Rats got it all—
x,u » uriitnm h.- ti,» form any standard classification, 1 how beats me, but they did it because
Pharmacy, at ^ f | but judged on general appearances, j j g0t 5 dead whoppers in the morning
Willow Drug Company, and at Jester
by Paxton & Baldwin. adv.
J. Bethel Magoe who has been wilh
his sister, Mrs. J. H. Doolen for some
time has gone to "oswell, New Mex-
ico, for his health.
Sampson & Short, Man
S. E. Short, Mangum, Oi
fthvteti Sprint Clip Btndlet Pmt* an Columbia Ctll No. t. Ho Ertri Cirrf
We cater to family parties and
particular parties, both as to service
and satisfaction at the aHrris Hou.*e.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Jackson hnvj re-
turned from their visit in Davidson.
Their two nieces M'mes Iva and Via
Hair came with them to visit fur i
she would out class a great many
American cows of today. A compari-
son has been made in picture slides
by the United States Department of
Agriculture. Pictures of cows of the
twenty-sixth century, 3. C., found on Mangum on business Monday.
Egyptian monuments, have been j
made into steropticon views and plac- j Bulk Turnip Seed 76c pound at Bla-
ed alongside pictures of scrub cowr I locks.
today. The esame is done with Asyr- j m _ , .
jian homes and som^scrub horses of| The largest and most complete
■ the present time. They illustrate the stock of cut glass in town. Finest m
'fact, "Once a >xiub, alv.uys a scrub'. Winchester. Jeweler and Op-
These slides are distributed as a pait
of a series on better live-stock pro-
duction by the tSates Relations Ser-
after trying Rat-Snap." Three sizes
25c, 50c, $1.00 Sold and guaranteed
by Richards Drug Store. 8b4t.
Lawrence Paxton of Jester was in
design. Winchester, Jeweler and Op
The Champion Dairy Cow of the World,
Owned by A. W. Morris, Yolo, CaL
Tilly in a twelve months test, just com-
pleted, gave 33,424.8 pounds of milk, or
about 16,712.4 quarts worth $2,172.00.
It cost only $704.00 to feed her.
Is it worth while to keep a good cow?
The next son or daughter of this lady
will bring a fortune to her owner. During
the next few years an investment in
Dairy Cattle will pay larger dividends
than anything of which we know.
When it comes to thorougbred stock of
this kind, don't let the matter of finances
worry you. We have the money. Come in
and talk it over with us.
"That GOOD flour"—HELIOTROPE—is dis-
tinctly a home flour. It is for the housewife's
use. The formula was planned to adapt it to
the ordinary stove oven—and to the skill of
the average cook.
HELIOTROPE is good for all baking. In that,
too, is much thought for the convenience of
home backing. Instead of one flour for pastry
and another flour for bread, HELIOTROPE
serves for both—and serves with that satisfy-
ing, week-aftcr-weck success which wins re-
Next time you buy flour, remember to get
When you feel dull, achey and sleepy
and want to stretch frequently, you
are ripe for an attack of malaria.
Take Herbine at once. It cures malar-
ia and chills and puts the system in
order. Price 60c. Sold by Richards
Drug Store. 8b4t
Mangum National Bank
B. H. SQUIRES, Cashier.
P. A. JANEWAY, President
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dixon, Mr. and
Mrs. T. R. Reinaver, and Mrs. Eva L.
Thompson of Wihcita Falls and Mrs.
G. C. Rutherford, Jr., and wife of
Chickasha, were the guests of Mrs.
George Rutherford the first of the
Miss Clara Fuller of Oklahoma
City has been spending the week
with her parents here Mr. and Mrs.
M. L. Fuller. They all are expecting
to start on an overland trip to Texas
the first of the week.
Why People Buy Rat-Snap in Prefer-
ence to Rat Poison.
(1) RAT-SNAP absolutely kills
rats and mice. (2) What it doesn't
kill it scares away. (3) Rats killed
RAT-SNAP leave no smell, they dry
up inside. (4) Made in cakes, no mix-
ing with other food. (5) Cats or dogs
won't touch it. Three sizes, 25c 50c,
$1.00. Sold and guaranteed by Rich-
ards Drug Store. 8b-4t
Lift off Corns!
! Doesn't hurt a bit and Freeione
costs only n few cents.
Strength -- Service
THE NEED OF THE HOUR
WITH A HOME COMPANY
National Fidelity Life Insurance Co.
SIOUX CITY, IOWA.
All Forms of Old Line Policies
That GOOD flour
TK®- Oklnkoma Cit^j Milla Elevator Compan^/
With your Angers) You can life off
any hard corn, soft corn, or corn be-
tween the toes, and the hard ikin cal-
luses from bottom of feet.
A tiny bottle of "Freezone" costs
litUe at any drug store: apply a few
drops upon the corn or callus. In-
stantly it stops hurting, then shortly
you lift that bothersome corn or cal-
lus right off, root and all, without
one bit of pain or soreness. Truly!
GUARANTED DIVIDENDS ATTACHED to POLICIES-sarr.c
form as U. S. Liberty Bonds.
We insure WOMEN as jvell as MEN, at the same rates, ages 15
to 60 years.
We give FREE HEALTH TESTS when desired.
We pay Double the Amount of the Policy If the Insured DIES
We keep the insurance in force WITHOUT FURTHER "ost, to
the insured, if he becotucs Disabled through Accident or Dis-
ease and pay him a MONTHLY INCOME besides.
Start SAVING your MONEY, and at the same time kn-m- that
you and your family are fully protected with a National Fidelity
With the following Special Agents:
L. I. BENNETT E. S. EAGAN
PAUL HUGHES J- R DARK
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Jessee, Elmer V. The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 10, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 21, 1920, newspaper, August 21, 1920; Mangum, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc283881/m1/2/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.