The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 20, 1921 Page: 2 of 8
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THE MANGUM STAR
THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1921
If you buy it from Doolen in 1921 you buy it right.
J. H. DOOLEN & COMPANY
Everything For Everybody
RIP URIIRI/ .KMMMIRIM Wli Mi IN
NEWS OK OUR NEIGHBORS
The Elk City Chamber of Commerce
has oaked the War Department to do-
nate them a big cannon to use for
doe(i rativo purposes on the Library
W. A. Rayfleld of Beckham c.unty
has 'M leghorn pullets nine months
old on January 11th, and up to that
time the yhad laid 81- ogifs that sold
at an average of 47 rents u dozen.
Merits anything we know of.
4 The Kiowa County Short horn
breeders association will hold a sale
about March 23rd.
Ed Sexton, who lives northwest of
i Lone Wolf was arrested a few days
ago ( hill V' (I Willi Iiuikinn "«.•< > ril fceer"
; It is said he was making a very pal-
atable driilk which the sheriff is sav-
ing to use as a witness against him.
Frank Carter, State Auditor, re-
fuses to O. K., warrant* for expenses
of certain state officers who went to
; Mexico to the Ohrcgon inauguration
at the state's expense. Frank does
: quite u lot of grandstanding, but this
I is one time we are sure "fur 'im".
President Elct Harding keeps show-
ing wisdom every few days. We just
can't help liking him since he headed
^/L drama, of
the early days
off the "lieuu brummels" and their
inaugural ball, which was planned at
a cjst of a hundred thousand dollars.
Several of the streets of Hobart are
being hard surfaced with a seven inch
layer of gravel.
According to the Sayre Headlight,
the Hook liros. Store at Brinkman
will move to Erick in the near future.
Blaclde Rainey und Lura Henry
were arrested near Snyder for steal-
ing Jerry l'lew's meat Irom his smoke
| house. They are in jail at Hobart.
The Sentinel Leader says hamburg-
ers are cheaper up ther, having been
leducd from 15 cents to ten cents.
Which shows again that Mangum is
the friend of the hungry, Hamburgers
have always sold for ten ccnts und i
Stockmen of Wellington, Texas, and
other parts of Collingsworth county j
are arranging to organize a County j
1'ure Bred Stockraisers Association. !
The Annual big Spring Poultry I
Show is to be held at Wellington, Tex-
as on February 14th. What has be-;
come of the Greer county poultry and j
Fine Stock Organizations. Now is the :
time to stimulate interest in live
stock and poultry.
Maurice Williams, 14 year old boy
living at Anadarko lost a part of his
thumb last week playing with a .22
cartridge. He attempted to shoot it in
a clothes pin used for shooting match-
es. It shot.
Erick is to have a modern Electric I
light plant •rected at a cost of $37,-
000.00. Work begins in a short time.
A farmer in Dallas county, Texas,
has a dog that treed 18 quarts of
moonshine liquor, and the owner has
had more than a thousand inquiries,
from people who want to buy the dog.
J. F. Denny, who is one of the main-
stays of the Mclvissack neighborhood
was in Mangum after supplies Satur-
If it's a bungalow, Garage, or any
kind of carpenter work, call C. H.
Teaguc, Phone 287. 26-tf
CARD (IF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for the kind services, the
words of comfort upon the loss of our
little son, Qrville.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morgan.
"Is Jesus Christ God?" will be the
subject of the sermon preached by
Rev. Daniel A. McN> ill at the Pres-
byterian church next Sunday morning.
His answer to this question should
help those who may have doubts and
fears about their answer to the sam-<
A new Shipment
for ladies just re-
ceived. Como in
and select yours.
every watch we
R. C. Winchester
Jeweler and Optician
N. VV. Comer Square. Mangum
Orville, the eifcht months'old son of'
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morgan died
Thursday after an illness of only a
few hours. The funeral was held Fri- i
day and the interment made at White '
and Gas at
Having sold my up-
town station, I am
now selling- the
Magnolia Gas and
Oils at Wholesale.
DON'T WORRY YOURSELF
Eating stale or poor grade Meats. We have absolutely fresh,
properly prepared and properly kept meats on hand at all times.
Our Sanitation is Perfect
Our every department is clean as anything can be. We neglect .
no detail in keeping our meats in perfect condition. Come in and see* j
at any time. We have everything in the way of fresh and eured meats. ]
HOOVER & PIGG
Telephones .... - - - - 120
Fresh Milk For Sale
: Will Rheumatism Again
Bind You Hand and Foot?
Blue Bird Theatre
Friday and Saturday
January 21 & 22
Muriel Delight Roach, came as a
little sunbeam into the home of Mr,
and Mrs. Edgar Roach, January 25,
1!»16, and dwelt therein; until the
grim reaper called death, called her
away at (>:00 p. m. Tuesday, January
11, to a better home.
"She is gone but not forgotten
And to those who loved her best
Let this be a consolation,
Little. Muriel is now at rest."
Muriel was taken -sick November
5th with something like a chill which
ran into a complication of other dis-
eases. Yet none of her medical at-
tendants were able to define it. It is
hard to give her up, but we know she
is at rest and God knows best for us
One Who Loved Her.
A romance of the plains.
A drama of brave men nnd noble women during the courageous
days when Oklahoma was rampant with land-seeking villains and
marauding bunds of outlaws.
Just imagine yourself looking as scenes in a picture that took place
8 on the very land that you are living on.
S Three reels of this picture takes place in Mangum, when Greer
B county was In Texas, and after it became Groer County, Oklahoma. Sj
ffi This picture has a clean story running through it and will be in- Si
E teresting and educational to the school children who are studying jtj
fi Oklahoma History. See It. Admission 20 and 40 cenXs.
BE Afternoon Show Starts at 1:30, Night Show Promptly at 7 p. m. Hi
Located in the rear of the Slaten building
or first door east of Cameron & Co. Lum-
ber Yard, with a complete Plumbing and
Tin Shop, where we will be glad t() meet
our many old friends and customers.
When in (rouble with your Stoves, Tin
Work, Plumbing or Water Works, call
Res. Phone 152
A MANGUM MAN GIVES EVI-
His testimony Will Interest Every
The value of local evidence is indis-
putable. It is the kind of evidence we
accejSt as true because we know we
can prove it for ourselves. .There hus
been plenty of such evidence in tlie
Mangum Paper lately, and this strait-
forward testimony has established a
confidence in the minds of Mangum
people that will not be easily shaken.
R. W. Waters who lives at 230 West
Pierce Avenue, says: "My kid-
neys troubled me and I had a pain ae-
ro s.i the small of my back. I believe
the trouble was caused by the alkali
and gypsum contained in the driflk
ing water. One box of Doan's Kidney
Pills gave me enough relief to gain !
my confidence in them. I never hesi-
tate to recommend Doan's as a good,
re!■ able medicine. I have taken Doan>
Kidney l'iils on several occasions ana
euai time have received satisfactory
Price fiOc at all dealers. Don't sim-
ply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Tills—the same that
Mr. Waters had. Foster-Milbura Co.,
Mj'grs. RuiTnlo. N. Y. No. ]
, They work
They work 1
rf you had Rheumatism last year
and treated only the pains of the
disease by rubbing with liniments
and lotions, you can be sure that
soon-egain you will be in the shack-
les of this relentless foe. You may
get some slight temporary relief
from the pains of the disease by
the use of these local remedies, but
Rheumatism is too real and relent-
less .a disease to be rubbed away.
So many cases of Rheumatism
come from a tiny germ in the
blood, that you should try a rem-
edy that has proven so thoroughly
satisfactory in these cases. S.S.S.,
the fine old blood remedy cleanses
the blood of all impurities, and re-
moves all disease germs that may
creep into the blood. Begin taking
S.S.S. today, and if you will write a
complete history of your case, our
medical director will give you ex-
pert advice, without charge. Ad-
dress Chief Medical Adviser, 167
.Swift Laboratory, Atlanta. Ga.
The Owl Drug
Drugs, Chemicals, Medicines, Toilet Arti-
cles, Stationery, Fountain Drinks, Fresh
Candy, Cigars, Tobacco.
Your patronage respectfully solicited.
GIVE US A TRIAL
, The Owl Drug Store
. ,vc. W. VAN PELT, Prop/
Phone 122. ./We Deliver iri the City.
Next* Door to Ella's Club, Bluebird Thea-
tre and Post Office, Mangum, Okla.
The Hts*aSUL More
Publisher's Report of the Condition of
IHE GUARAN i EE STATE BANK
ol' Mangum, Okluhoma, Dec. 29, 1920.
| Resources Dollars
Loans and Discounts $167,64)1.13
Securities with Dank'g board 2,o00.00
Stocks, bonds, warrants, etc. 25>.1»SJ>. 18
Furniture and Fixtures - 2,700,00
Due from Banks 111,933.36
Checks und other cash items 2,013.01
Hills of Exchange 12,520,44
Cash in Bank 17,4!>6.2S
I Capital Stock Paid in
Undivided Profits, less 1
ses and Taxes paid
Due to b;;nks „
Individual Deposits Subj(
Time Ci rtilicatcs of Depi
Cashier's (Checks Outstan
Letter of credit
- 10, f
Total . i... $336,799.27
State of Oklahoma, County of Greer,
I. J. T. Duffy, Cashier of the above
named Bank do solemnly swear that
the above statement is tine to the best
of my knowledge and belief, so help I
J. T. DI'I'FY, Cashier.
Subscribed nnd sworn to before me
this 7th day of January, 1021.
Opale Caddell, Notary Public. . My,
commission expires Mar. 6, 1922. 31-2,1
Don't let your radiator and engine
freeze, cost money to get new ones, when
you can prevent it by having our man at
the G. J. C. & Co., Filling Station put the
proper proportion- of wood alcohol with -
the water in your Radiator.
It will not hurt your car and zero weath-
er will not freeze it. Yes, you can stop
draining your radiator, it won't freeze
and the cost is very small.
We also have a full line of Sammies
"Super Oils" and gasoline "with real pep"
Yes sir it is straight run gasoline (no cas-
Give us your next fill.
G. J. C. & Co. Drive
in Filling Station
"Just across from Penn's"
Electricity and Electric
Come in and let us demonstrate our Elec-
We have the famous G. R. S. Washing
Machine; The Hamilton, Beach, Sew E-
Z Sewing- Machine Motor; and the Uni-
versal line of Electric Appliances with the
Eureka Vacuum Cleaner (The Best)
Mangum Electric Co.
"THE OLD RELIABLE"
The Maxwell Investment Co.
Has been doing business through our of-
fice for the past fourteen years to the sat-
isfaction of many Greer County Farmers.
This company is still'making loans on
first-class property at rates in proportion
to the times. If in the market for a loan
see us before placing same elsewhere.
Hearne & Tittle
The Loan Men
Phone No. 155
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Jessee, Elmer V. The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 20, 1921, newspaper, January 20, 1921; Mangum, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc283887/m1/2/: accessed June 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.