The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 49, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 22, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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THE MAMHJlt 8TAB
SATURDAY. MAT CS. IMO.
When You Want What You Want Quickly, Better See DOOLEN First
Ove r alls
Water \N ings
Ask us for what you waut and if we linven't it we can get it for you as quick or quicker than the other fellow.
ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL SPECIAL ORDERS OR MAIL ORDI
100 piece sets beautiful decorations $32.00 and $45.00.
Just a few of those Ladies and Childrens Qarden Hats left 50 and 75c. \
Teppe play tents, Khaki Color, $7.50 Just the thing for your child to play under on hot Summer Days.
Better see us first for your wants.
ERSSee the 42-pieee Blue Bird Dishes, only $12
J. H. DOOLEN & COMPANY
Everything for Everybody, Cheaper than Anybody.
Fresh Shipments twice a week of
O nice line of
Base Ball Goods, Tennis Goods
lee Cream Freezer*.
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b to 15 tons per day capacity; strong and dur-
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Jas. B. Sedberry, President,
WILLIAMS MILL MFG. COMPANY of Ark.
John Porter Austin whose home is
in Mangum, took the gold medal in
Jackson county spelling contest for
seventh grade. John went to the Man-
gum school a few months the first of
the term and then finished the term
in a Jackson county school.
Mrs. West Holland of Brinkman
Ivas chopping here Wednesday.
L. W. Hager and E. B.
have gone to Oklahoma City to bring I one chambermaid,
home some Fordson tractors. I Mangum.
J. C. Gray has just returned from
a trip to Oklahoma City to hear Bil-
lie Sunday and to visit his daughter-
inlaw, Mrs. Grover Gray, and garnd-
Bradley | WANTED: One dining room girl and I on Haro,d of Nornian> okla. Mr.
Josephine Hotel, Qray say3 he had a great time.
Whaii behind. U$
new edison f
Don't you want to try this fascinating test of the
New Edison's realism,—which caused distinguished
psychologists to ask in amazement: "What's behind
us, living singer or New Edison ?"
Come in and hear Mr. Edison's Realism Test. See
what sensations you'll get,—and determine for your-
self whether listening to the New EdiSon produces
the same emotions as listening to the living singer.
The three distinguished men of art and science in
the pieture are I)r. W. V. Bingham, Director of the
Department of Applied Psychology, Carnegie Insti-
tute ot Technology; Prof. C. II. Farnsworth, Direc-
tor of the Department of Music, Teachers' College,
Columbia University, and Wilson Follett. Esq.,
noted author and music critic. They tried the Real-
ism Test at the Edison Shop, kew York They
found that it brought into play their whole capacity to
feel and to enjoy. They got sensations that were
vivid and unique.
provi>«l in this vital demonstration, before scientists of inter-
national repute, that it is an ideal wav for you to judge the
New Edison. .
It tells you precisely how effective ia the New Ediaon'a
realism,—and what this realism means in terms of jour own
Please feel free to ooine in at any time, and make this unique
eiperiment for yourself.
TUB RVhOET PI.A.V rtfuluitu your "pUanm" teptndUuru to that you
cm buy your Xrw lUimm without .qutainy your Immm Atk about it.
"Is Grandest On.
Earth She Says"
Mrs. Daley Gains Seventeen Pounds
Taking Tanlac—'Thought Case was
"They said I couldn't lire more
than six months longer, but I'm still
here and feeling fine," said Mrs. Mary
Daley, of (30 Oak St., San Francisco.
"I have actually gained seventeen
pounds since I began taking Tanlac,
and to look at me one wouldn't think
that for several months I was unable
to do my housework. I suffered from
gastritis all the time would bloat ter-
ribly and always felt miserable. I had
no appetite and felt nauseated all the
time. I was so nervous the Iteast little
noise would startle me and it was al-
most impossible to get a good night's
sleep. I had night sweats and was so
run down and weak that the slightest
exertion would almost exhaust me
completely. I lost weight dreadfully
and was told that I couldn't live six
months at the rate I was then going
Rebeccas Royally Entertained
The Rebecca Lodge of Mangum was
invited to Altus Tuesday, May 18. A
crowd of about 21 members met at
the I. O. O. P. Hall at <:30 and left
for Altus. They were met by a com-
mittee at 8:00 o'clock at Altus I. O. O.
F. Hall. A number of other towns
were represented af Altus also. Init-
iatory work was put on very beauti
fully by Altus. Talks were made by a
representative of every lodge present.
A banquet was served followed by a
reading by Mrs. Critea of Altus. All
was appreciated by those who.attend-
ed. The Mangum lodge reached home
at 2 a. m. ~'io.«e present from Man-
gum, were, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Peo-
ples, Mr. and Mrs. Gov. Moore, Mr.
and Mrs. Mack Pool, Mr. and Mrs.
Rowe Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Leon White
Mrs. Addie Mae Norman, Mrs. Joe
Byars, Mrs. Virgil Heatly, Mrs. Lillie
Evans, Mrs. Maggie Howard, Miss
Treacy Campbell, Miss Nepple Hines,
Miss Artie Daniels, Miss Ruth Nor-
man, and C. Keesling and Lancaster
"Nothing helped me until I began
taking Tanlac and I honestly believe
it is the finest medicine in the world,
for it has made me Just like a new
person. My appetite n splendid and I
never have the slightest indigestion
any mor e and I never enjoyed such
fine refreshing sleep in my life as 1
do now. My house has eight rooms
and I do all the work with ease. Tan-
lac has been a god-send to me %nd I
would be selfish not to tell others
Tanlac is sold in Mangum by The
Owl Drug Store, In Granite by the
Crewn Pharmacy, In Willow by the
Willow Drug Store, and in Jester by
Paxton A Baldine. Advt.
Una Casey writes from Cromer,
New Mexico that he has filed on about
four hundred acres of choice land near
Roswell. Custer Cowan and Burton
Summers are out there with him.
Mrs. James Kerbo and daughters,
Lena and Maggie Kerbo, Mr. and Mrs.
George Kerbo of Gould were here on
business and shopping Thursday.
The city is having work done on
several streets, opening up ditches
and making as much improvement as
the money and help will permit.
Last Sunday the Sheriff and the
City Marshal arrested 14 colored boys
for enjoying a good game of craps.
They paid a fine of $17.50 each. m
We have installed a New Hemstitch-
ing Machine, and are prepared to dc
your hemstitching, our prices are for
silks 16c per yard. Cotton 12 1-2 cents
per yaH. 3 doors west Guarantee
State Bank, at Singer Office. Phone
470. Special attention given to mail
When you want hemstitching done
and done right, and done right now
call at the Singer Office, 8 doors wist
of the Guarantee State Bank. Ou
prices are reasonable, and our work
acceptable. See our samples.
"We Picked up Seven Large Dead
Rati First Morning Using Rat-Snap"
So writes Mr. B. E. Carpenter,
Woodbridge, N. J. "We lost 18 small
chicks one night, killed by rats. We
bought some KAT-SNAP and picked
up 7 large dead rats next morning
and in 2 weeks didn't see a single rat.
RAT-SNAP is good and sure." Comes
in cake ready for use. Three sizes,
26c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaratneed
by Hamilton Hardware Co., and Rich-
ards Drug Store. 46b-4t
Real Estate Transfers
: Furnished by Townsend ft Overton
! * Abstract Company
I W. J. Pleasant to Lillie Miller, SE
' J4 NE$4 2-4-23.
Elmer V. Jessee, to J. P. Shelton,
1-2 int. in Lots 5 &6 Blk 15, original
Leta Self to H»H. Edwards, Lot 5
Blk. 15, original Mangum $800.
Walter L. Briley to U. A. Silk, NW
% 27-4-23, $10,000.
A. W. Par rto J. . Calhoun, Lot 6,
Blk 34, Original Granite $950.00
Sidney A. Condron to W. P. Mul-
lins, $800, Lot 1 blk. D. Tittle add. to
Jas. W. Chambers to F. J. Brock,
Nl-2 Lot 4 Blk F Sweets, R. R. add.
to Mangum, $1400.00
CITY STAR READERS
I If you fail to receive your paper
I and have no box, and do not get your
mail at the general delivefy window
at the post office, there is some mis-
take.! To those who wish carrier deliv-
ery take notice. All persons living on
North Oklahoma Avenue and West of
Oklahoma Avenue, and all persons or.
the square, your paper is delivered b
Foster Garrett. If you do not get thr
paper Wednesday and Saturday even-
ings or early the next morning call
Foster at phone No. 64. All others call
Howard Busby at phone 284. Those
boys will see that you get your paper.
We want your second hand furni-
ture. We will pay you more or give
you-a better trade. Farmer Brothers,
Southwest corner of Square.
ONCE LAWYER, HANS ROBERTS
NOW ACTS FOR MOVIES
Once he was a lawyer—
But that was in the old days. After
that, Hans Roberts became the star
of "Checkers'' and when he appears
next Wednesday and Thursday at the
Woodrow theatre, it will be as Chari.es
; Carrington, a wayward son, whose ac-
C. H°RutteV,"to L B. Barker N 1-2jHons cause the separation of a man,
$2000.00 p?'8 wife an dhis baby for years, not
NWK & NWKNEK 30-6-1
H. Y. Hoover to T. J. VfTies, SEJ*
17-5-22, $10,400. '
J. H. Hulden to S. M. Floyd et al
Lots 1 & 2 Blk. 40 Willow $105.
T. H- Armstrong to S. M. Floyd lot
7 blk 21, Willow, $150.00
Let us repair it for you, oj trade
you a good piece for0it at
New and Second Hand Store. Phono
to be reconciled ufttil a tiny pair o'
baby shoes brings them together in
the frozen stretches of the Arctic,
where hurrying men are rushing on-
ward toward the Klondike. The pic-
ture is "The Great .White Trail," and
it features Doris<£Cenyon, the youth-
ful star of "The Ocean Waif." The
photoplay is in seven reels and is tho
illiams [first super-feature release of the
Whartons, who made "Patria", "The
Exploits of Elaine," and other suc-
Chalmers 6 cylinder touring car, to
trade for home or for residence build-
ing site in Mangum. Will pay differ-
ence. Phone 341. 49abp.
No More Rats
or mice, after you use RAT-SNAP. It
is a sure rodent Wtler. Try a Pkg. and
prove it. Rats killed with RAT-SNAP
leave no smell. Cats or doga wont
touch it. Guaranteed.
25c size (1 cake) enough for Pantry
Kitchen or cellar.
60c sice (2 cakes) for Chicken houae,
coops, or small buildings.
$1.00 size (6 eakes) enough for all
farm and out-buildings, storage build-
ings or factory buildings.
Sold and Guaranteed by
HAMILTON HARDWARE CO.
RICHARDS DRUG STORE.
Itarbed wire cuts, ragged wounds,
collar and harness galls.heal up very
quickly when BALLARD'S SNOW
LINIMENT is applied. It is both .heal
ing and antiseptic. Sold by Richards'
Drug Store. 46b4t.
o JESTER ROUTE TWO o
Most of the people are complaining
about the continued rain which we
had the latter part of laat Week. We
surely are proud to have the sun shine
out bright and hope it will continue ti
shine for several days.
Fred Jester and wife returned home
from Oklahoma City last week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Choat are the par-
ents of a baby boy. >
Mrs. Bull, Mrs. Atkerson and Mrs.
Peevey called at the Dan Jackson
home Sunday evening. who went to Jay Buckle to take the
Mr. and Mrs. Rouden and Misa Ma* County Examination.
Kerbo called on Mr. and Mrs. Auatin
Little Dee Jackaon ia on the sick
list this week.
Mrs. Atkeraon called on Mrs. Abe
Atkerson last Monday.
Misa Marie and Viola Jackson, Miss
Frankie Mae Paxton and Miss Novell
Houck are the girls of Deer Creek
Miss Gladys Houck and Misa Effie
Houck spent Sunday at the A. flouek
Miss Booker spent Wednesday night
at the King home. '
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Francla spent
Wednesday at the Jackaon home.
> Mrs. Mattle Choat's mother came to
stay with her for a visit.
Will Buy Your
Realizing that Mangum should have
some one to handle Hogs regularly, since
Mr. Moss has decided to leave us and
profiting by close observing the manner
in which he has handled the hogs of this
market, we will make a special effort to
extend the same courteous treatment and
at all times guarantee you the market
price for your hogs less small shipping
margin. Call 581 or 454 collect.
WICKER & WOOD
: £. r: . :
Ch i i< 1 r«'t
OF PROVEN WORTH
ARE USED IN THE
Its line* are graceful and
modern. The deep uphol-
stering and custom made top
—the correetneaa of design
and attention to detail are
point* of quality not found
on other cora of Ita price.
Ita Motor la powerful and
economical. The riding
qualities are unaurpaaaed and
above all it la Sturdy and
TEXAS MOTOR CAR ASSOCIATION
FORT WORTH. TEXAS
STARKEY & BRADLEY
DEALERS, WELLINGTON, TEXAS
Excellent Opening for Agents in Greer, Harmon and
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Jessee, Elmer V. The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 49, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 22, 1920, newspaper, May 22, 1920; Mangum, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc284075/m1/2/: accessed December 16, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.