The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 19, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 10, 1922 Page: 4 of 11
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19 1922
THE MANGUM STAR
|A MASTER STROKE IN SELLING
VAT 1 I'd THAT ACT I IK FA MAGNET. THE DRAWING POWER BEHIND OUR EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS HERE CROWDED OUR STORE DAILY. THE
pt«T WFFK WAS^Y PAR THE GREATEST IN OUR HISTORY. THE PUBLIC SEEMED TO POUR INTO OUR STORE, SOME FIFTY OR SIXTY MILES D1S-
R1IYING MERCHANDISE IN SUCH ENORMOUS QUANTITIES THAT IT APPEARED TO MELT FROM OUR COUNTERS.
COURSE MEANS THAT OUR VALUES WERE RIGHT AND WE OFFER YOU THE WIDEST RANGE OF MERCHANDISE TO SELECT FROM- THL
fOMPPKHENSIVE SHOWING THAT YOU CAN FIND ANYWHERE IN THIS COUNTRY. BUT THE BIGGEST BARGAIN DAYS AWAIT YOU. ONGO-
INC THROUGH OUR STOCKS WE FIND A NUMBER OF BROKEN LINES AND ODD PIECES HERE ANI) THERE LEFT OVER FROM THE TERRIFIC SKLL-
!nG OF PAST FEW I)AYs! AND THESE WE ARE GOING TO OFFER NOW AT PRICES THAT WILL FAAIRLY STARTLE AND AMAZE YOU. JUST DROP
IN AND SEE HOW MUCH REAL MONEY WE WILL SAVE YOU.
THE PROFIT IS NOW YOURS
ECONOMY COOK SOVK
Largo 6 hole top with 18-inch oven,
White Enameled Trimmed. You can
save $10.00 to, $12.00 on this stove
Price now $36.50
( OLIOS HIGH OVEN RANGE
An 18-inch Coles' Hot Blast Heater
with large 18 in. double wall heavy
teel oven built on. Two stoves with
e fire. Will save the price in fuel.
D> ,| ,t; ROOM CHAIllS
iiid Oak, Genuine Leather uphol-
rcj (.lining chutes, a good $22.50
o, u IL.utcJ number at only,
Here's one of the biggest bargains
in the entire stock. 3-piece living room
suite finished in Mulberry Valour,
Auto spring cushions. Must be seen
to be appreciated a good value at
$175.00. You can buy it now for only
4-piece Genuine Walnut Bed Room
Suite, High/ Base Dresser, 2 large and
2 small drawers, Chiffonier, 4 largo
and 2 small drawers, dressing table
with triple mirrors, solid panel bed,
Queen Anne DesigV a real snap grab
it at the unheard o^ price, only $84.50
The Famous Sel-
The best servants in your house.
The best construction and finish and
more real practical conveniences em-
braced in the Sellers than any Cabinet
built. We have only a limited nurrjber
left and they go for less than factory
carload price. Regular $60.00 value
for on!; $38.65
A' good quality 64x80—3 lb. blanket
that are worth regular $4.50, only a
few pair left you can buy them while
they last at just half price. Pair now
. only $2.
Wagons, Plows, Harrows, Drills, all kinds of Farming Tools, Saddles and Harness and all
kind of Harness Goods, Washing Machines, Boilers, Tubs, Pails, etc. Big line of Galvan-
ized Enamel and Aluminum Ware, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Guns, Ammunition, Hunting
Coats, Vests, Hats, Caps, Leggins, Fine Silverware, Cutlery, China, Cut Glass and Regular
Dinnerware, Edison Phonographs and Re-Creations, Furniture, for the entire home. Liv-
ing Room, Bed Room, Dining Room, Beds, Springs, Mattresses, Rugs, Stoves and Ranges
Oil Stoves, ai\d a complete stock of Heating Stoves in all sizes including the celebrated
Coles Hot Blast. Remember we furnish the home and farm throughout and complete.
Hamilton Hdw. Co.
WINONA GATE CITY Farm TRUCK
3 Yt in. size equipped with 3 x 1-2 tires
bed, Spring seat, neck yoke and dou-
ble trees. Regular $130.00 wagon and
you can buy it now complete for $88.83
"INING ROOM SUITE
Walnut 8-piefe Suite Queen Anne
Period Design, Table, Buffet, and six
chairs and brand new would be cheap
at $125.00. Come in and get it for
BRIDLES AND COLLARS
A heavy 1^4-in team bridle made of
good Harness eLather Stock with
reins $5.50 value now per pair $3.65
Agood heavy draft leather horse col-
lar with wide ribon scam, heavy rim
and curled hair faced a good $5.50
value for $3.95
"S U B3IDIZED S E N ATORS"
"The whole procedure of tariff re-
vision in the Senate has been a scram-
ble by interested men to secure bo-
nuses for themselves and their friends.
There is small wonder that President
Harding alarmed by the prospect of
Inevitable political consequences as a
result of such a display of greed, is
calling for a method by means of
which the whole crazy bill can be ov-
erhauled after Congress has complet-
"It is asking too much, perhaps,
under present day standards of poli-
tical service to expect disinterested
consideration of the welfare of the
county in the making of a law which
offers such opportunities for lining
the pockets. At the least, however,
favors might be distributed equally. It
obvious that in a Senate of less
than 100 members, not ajl financial
nterests of the land can be adequately
represented. Why not, then, delegate
to each group of manufacturers the
pleasant duty of fixing the tariff rates
for its own products? This method
not only would give everyone a chance
.is good as that enjoyed by the wool
,ind sugar men, but would save a
*reat deal of debate in the legislative
,,ull>>.—Decatur (111.) Herald.
No Raise in Barber Prices
The prices at the O. K. Barber Shop
have not been raised. We are still do-
ing the best of work for 20 cents for
shave and 35 cents for hair cut. Your
business appreciated. W. W. Curtis,
FOR SALE OR TRADE
Cash or Termd
1 1920 Overland 4, touring
1 1918 Overland 83 Touring
1 1918 Studebaked, 6 cyl. 7 pass.
1 Reo Roadster, Winter top
1 Oldsmobile truck, slightly used.
These cars are all good values and
are subject to your inspection.
North Side Square. 18-2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Cause No. 3697
THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To
James A. Berry.
Please take notice that you have
been sued for a divorce in the District
Court in and for Greer County, Okla-
homa by Hallie Berry, for a divorce
and the care and custody of five minor
children^ upon the grounds of aband-
onment and gross neglect of duty, and
that unless yrfu answer the petition
of the plaintiff filed against you in the
office of the Court Clerk of Greer
County, Oklahoma, on or before the
23rd day of November, 1922, that the
same will be taken as true and a
judgment rendered accordingly.
Witness my hand this 12th day of
(Seal) MARY L. WATKINS,
18-3t. Court Clerk.
IF THE TREAD WORKS LOOSE
on your tires we can replace them by
means of our vulcanizing. We can give
you virtually a new tread that means
a new tire for all purposes. All punc-
tures, blow-outs and other tire defects
are easily remedied here.
MANGUM TIRE SHOP
S. E, SHORT, Prop.
Mangum, - - Okla.
Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Personal
Only One Complaint
There is only once complaint ever made against Edwin Clapp
Shoes—"They Never Wear Out"ThIs may be a figure of speech
but there is a big element oftruth in it.
You might ask a thousand Edwin Clapp Shoe wearers and one
and all will tell you, "You can't wear them out."
And that's how our kindly friends compliment the material, the
work, the zeal with which for sixty-nine years we have been
muking Edwin Clapp Shoes.
You have heard of the Edwin Clepp Shoe. It's u shoe people
talk about, because they can't help it. But you will not know un-
til you try a pair how fine, how durable ,liow comfortable and
shapely they really are.
KANRE1) WHEAT FOR SALE
$1.25 a bushel. This wheat made 4 to
. bushels more than other wheat
around it. See J. L. Caddell at Man-
gum or B. C. Caddell at Granite. 18-4
THE DIXIE STORE
11 TO KEEP YOUR SHOES LOOKING
ijand wearing well—to avoid that "run
I down'' appearance of so much foot-
1 wear—let us repair them in time. Wo
j I will keep both the uppers and sole*
and heels in perfect condition, saving
you money and enabling you to wear
your comfortable old shoes a long
DIETER S SHOE SHOP
Rear Mangum Nat'l Bank.
Notice is hereby given, that in pur-
suance of an order of sale and execu-
tion issued out of the Justice Couvt
of J. O. Tuton, Justice of the Peace,
in and for Mangum, City Township,
Greer County Oklahoma, I will sell
and offer for sale at the west front
door of the Court House in the City
of Mangum, Oklahoma, the following
described property, to-wit:
One Ford Touring Car, Model, 1920,
Engine No. 2322189, License No.
Which said property was attached un-
der order of attachment issued out of
said Court, in the case of Norman
Brothers, Plaintiff, vs. N. S. Cardin,
wherein, plaintiffs recovered, a judg-
ment for the sum of $126.10 with in
terest at 10 per cent per annum from
Oct. 4th, 1922, and $12.61 attorney's
fees; $15.75 on account with 6 per
cent interest theron from Oct. 4th,
1922, and all costs, taxed in the sum of
$ and for foreclosure of their
attachment lien on said property. Said
sale will be held October 25th, 1922,
at the hour of ten o'clock A. M., ol
said day. This Oct. 12th, 1922.
W. M. TUTON, Sheriff,
By Claude Hines, Deputy. 18-2
| If you want the other fellow to pay
I taxes in same proportion as yourself
vote for J. W. Braswell for Assessor,
MANGUM ROUTE THREE
| Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sewell of
] Granite visited at the L. S. Hughes
j home Sunday.
| L. W. Banister purchased a Ford car
| last week.
i Miss Ruby Teague visited Misses
Maggie and Daisy Adamson Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Thomas visited
friends in town Saturday.
Mrs. Jack Saunders and Ennis
Saunders of Hobart visited Mr. and
Mys. A. J. Gray Sunday.
Carrol Banister and Miss Lennie
Stevens were married in Mangum
Wednesday, by Rev. Willmcrore Ken-
dall. We wish for this happy young
couple a long and prosperous married
Mr. and Mrs. T. Purl Rankins and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Berringer were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Roberts,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pearson are
movirg on the L. S. Hughes farm this
week. Mr. Pearson will be engaged in
road work for some time.
Mrs. John Dieter spent last week
with her daughter, Mrs. Pearl Wal-
PARTS AND BEARINGS
Carried in Stock
CARS - TRUCKS - TRACTORS
Gaines Motor Sales Co.
Phone 1. d. 34.
Wichita Falls. 18-10
MR. COX WITHDRAWS
To My Friends:
Being without the necessary means
for making a satisfactory campaign,
together with some local conditions,
over which I have no control, I feel
that it is best for me to withdraw
from the race for County Superinten-
I wish to express my appreciation
of the loyal support proffered me by
all parties. Trusting to serve you at
some future time.—John F. Cox.
(From Granite Enterprise)
Subscribe for the Mangum Star.
Dr. W. L. Gray of Wellington, Tex-
as was visiting friends here Monday. ^
WHY PAY A HIGH LOAN RATE
ON YOUR FARM?
You owe it to yourself and family
to secure as good a rati on your farm
as you can get. We can make a rate
of 5V4 percent—1 per cent commission
on first class farms well located. Mon-
er ready as soon as title is approved.
See us now while the cheap rate is on.
HEARNE & TITTLE
The Loan Men l6-tf
Narcissus, Hyacinths, Calla Lilies,
all should be planted this month.
Phone 179 .Mangum Greenhouse. 16-4
To remove bilious impurities in the
system and be made internally clean
and healthy, you need the fine tonic
and laxative properties of Herbine. It
acts quickly and thoroughly. Price 60c
Sold by Richards Drug Store. 17-4
All property should be assessed on
the same basis. J. W. Braswell for As- I
Old Car for New
Bring us your old car and we will
trade you a new Nash for it. We can
furnish ternls. Hall's Garage. 17-tf
WHEN MUST YOU HAVE IT7
Day and night there is constant dan-
ger that insurance policies, notes, re-
ceipts and similar documents may be lost,
stolen, or destroyed by fire if kept at
For $2.50 per year you can rent a stand-
ard size safe deposit box in our fire proof
and burglar proof vault. Is it worth risk-
ing such a loss when so small an amount
For all kinds of Truck hauling and
Moving, see J. B. McReynolds, or
phone 538 J. 615 N. Okla. Ave. 18-2p
Some very fine Shepherd strain An-
cona cockerels $1.50 each. J. D. Burk-
[hart, 221 N. Louisiana Ave. 18-tf
No later than tomorrow, because you
have a big job of sawing to be done?
Very well, we'll weld that broken ma-
chine for you in time. Our trusty oxy-
acetylene torch will do the trick. We
will weld it for you as good as new.
Guaranteed, yes sir!
MANGUM MACHINE SHOP
First National Bank
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Jessee, Elmer V. The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 19, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 10, 1922, newspaper, October 10, 1922; Mangum, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc283979/m1/4/: accessed January 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.