The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 49, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 22, 1920 Page: 4 of 8
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THE MAJTQUM STAB
WEDNESDAY MAY. It, IMO.
HI MANGUM STAR
PUBLISHED BY THE
^BBRB COUNTY PUBLISHING CO.
..ELMER V. J ESS EE.
Editor and Business Manager
Bate rod at the Poatoffice at Mangum,
ftfclalMtma, as second Class Mail Mat-
tar. Act of March 3, 1879.
Om Year *!•»
Six Month. -73
Advertising rates, 38 cents per inch
■ingle column. Locals 7 1-2 cents per
Use each insertion. Minimum chaise
GEO. L. WILSON
ELMER V. JESSEE
J. HORACE SIMPSON
Far County Clerk
MRS. a A. HEATLY.
JOHN H. TOMME
For County Assessor
MISS EMMA FAULKNER
Mr County Judge
W. M. TUTON
For County Attorney
C. C. WELLS
For Court Clerk:
MRS. MARY WATKINS
J. O. TUTON
For County Treasurer:
H. E. WARLICK
S. B. DUTTON
HENRY B. BARNETT
For United States Senator
For County Superintendent!
WILL C. JONES, Reed.
County Commissioner, 1st. District!
A. P. OVERSTREET
County Commissioner, 2nd. District
I. R. WARREN
Far Commissioner, 3rd District:
JESS L. COX
How can the government afford to
reduce the high cost of living wh^n
the Federal Reserve Banks are mak-
ing 100 per cent annually.
In some of the eastern cities mem-
bers of the Overall Clubs are trying
to reduce the high cost of living by
wearing overalls made to order and
decorated with buckles beautifully
set with diamonds and rubles.
standing in the street while he went
in to breakfast. When he returned he
had neither truck nor whiskey. Things
are coming to a pretty state of af-
fairs when a fellow has to go without
meals to guard his liquor.
In order that all things may pass
according to arrangements of a wise
providence, why not Carranza take up
his abode at Amerongen and be with
friends and sympathizers.
Congress • is a double barreled or-
ganization, in which the pork barrel
and the beer barrel have always been
held in high esteem, both barrels hav-
ing previously been cylinder bored.
But now comes the sad news that ev-
en 1A Congress the beer barrel is be-
ing slightly choked, discharging its
load within a very limited circle.
SAVING MONEY WITH
How One Hotel Keeper Reduced a Big
Item of Expense.
With the increased interest in farm-
ing and farm living from the efficien-
cy standpoint, there is a great ten-
dency on the part of the farmer to ask
whether a proposed improvement will
pay. Unquestionably most of the mod-
ern improvements offered to the farm
home do pay >in increased comfort o.
living and hence in increased ability
to produce profit bearing crops. And
the keen farmer of today realizes this.
But it Is also interesting to note th
some of the modem improvements do
pay directly through the dollars a:
cents savings they effect.
Take for instance the matter of the
electric vacuum sweeper. A certain
hotel keeper in a middle western state
found that the carpet, in the hotel re-
ception room, which had been cleaned
by hand sweeping and an occasional
beating, had to be removed every
three years. He installed vacuum
sweepers and found that his next e
pet lasted for seven years instead of
three. The reason was that ha-
sweeping removed merely the surface j
dirt and that the dust and fine grit
left in the web of the carpet and be-
neath it and ground into it by people
walking on it, had been slowly cutting
the carpet to pieces. When vacuum
$ weeping was installed, the shaking ,
effect of the sweeper brushes and th< j
suction of the fan drew all of this dirt (
and grit out, and left the carpet to
stand merely the much easier wear of i
walking. The hotel keeper found that,
this saving through making his car-
pets last twice as long more than paid
for the vacuum cleaning system.
And the same thing will appeal to
the farmer's wife. She knows that i
large amount of sand and grit is
brought into her house daily and that
any system which will help hei4 to
keep her carpets free of it will
well worth while. Fortunately, the
ectric sweeper is at her service today
through the development of thesmall
electric light and power plants for
farms. She's enjoying to the full the
comfort and convenience of electric
>light, and In electric power she's find-
ing a servant to do the washing, iron-
ing, separating, churning and pump-
ing as well as the sweeping.
It la all right to talk politics pro-
vided there are no weedp In your gar-
The only things that saves the race
from extinction according to the Dal-
las News, is the fact that women are
too busy after they are married to
warn the girls about to be married.
We refer that Editor to Edith John-
son on Tattling Married Women.
Now comes a statement that a wo-
man In Chicago sent her mother to
her husband's funeral while she her-
self was married to her second hus-
band. Who says women are not awake
to their rights in these modern days?
Over in Cleveland Ohio, a fellow
left his truck loaded with whiskey
Delco-Light costs no more
to operate than the old coal-
oil lamps. One gallon of coal
oil gives you four times as
much light when used for
fuel in Delco-Light as it
gives in coaloll lamps.
Write for Catalog.
Mangum Phone 369
Altus Phone 750.
DON'T MISS IT THIS YEAR
SPEECHES-Patriotic, Humorous, Scienti
If you want to buy, sell or trade
See J. H. Robertson & Co. 49batf
MUSlC-All Kinds-Bag Pipe, Orchestra, Operatic, Jazz.
-"Nothing But the Truth," with New York cast
"CHARLES F. HORNERS' OWN ARTIST COMPANY."
Chautauqua 85 jE5» June 6,cloMS July
Season Tickets: Adults $2.75, Children $1.10, Tax Included.
If you are wanting a home here in
town or a good farm, we have it. We
have a choice lot of property listed
for sale and we are turning this right
along. Better see us before you buy.
HEARNE & TITTLE, Rear Guaran-
tee State Bank.
A. H. Higgin of Reed route four
made us smile when he gave the Star
a boost this week.
Arthur Herd writes from Hagerman,
Texas that he is doing nicely with
his hardware business, and that all
he needs to be happy down there is
the Mangum Star.
S. W. Stevens has requested us to
change his Star from Vinson Star
Route to Reed Route 1, where he is
doing a nice lot of farming this year.
Six of the parties who went to
Flint Michigan returned this week.
Mr. Shipman says he got a car and
started home, but he left the car in
Kansas, after having an accident
which damaged his car considerably.
EVERYONE Who eats our
bread and pastry can under-
stand why our business is
steadily growing. It is be-
cause this bakery, using
modern, scientific methods,
turns out pure, delightful
foods. Order our bread by
name and make sure you get
Report of the Condition of the First
State Bank, of Willow. Oklahoma
May 4. 1920. •
Loans and Discounts $135,196.64
Overdrafts, secured and
Securities with Banking B'rd 1,100.00
Stocks,Bomb,Warrants, etc. 22,290.80
Banking House 1,750.00
Furniture and Fixtures 1,457.70
Due from Banks 137,638.22
Checks end other Cash Items 146.35
Bills of L..change 18,170.11
Cash in Bai.k 2,264.15
Capital Stock Paid in 10,000.00
Surplus Fund , 2,400.00
Undivided Profits, less ex-
penses and Taxes paid 4,246.27
Reserved for Taxes 247.96
Individual Deposits subject
to check -- 277,597.99
Time Certificates of Deposit 11,680.00
Cashier's checks outstanding 9,259.36
There's a Satisfied
User Near You
Floyd Owens, of Mangum and Miss
Lillie Fuller of Gould. R. B. Rotan,
Granite, and Miss Vera Herndon, of
Herndon. Arthur Tatum. of Vinson
and Miss Sallie Passmore of Blake.
See our stock of Furniture and
floor coverings, just arrived. Farmer
Brothers, Southwest corner of square.
Mrs. L. B. Wright was shopping in
our city Wednesday.
E. H. Elder of Jester was in town
on business Thursday.
Mrs. R. E. Hagfcr of Eldorado is
visiting her son Theodore Hagar and
family. Mrs. Theodore Hagar will re-
turn with her for a short visit the last
of the week.
H. B. Covington who is in the auto-
mobile business in Amarillo is here
visiting his wife and daughter Nello
State of Oklahoma County of Greeks
I, R. H. Barker Cashier of the above
named Bank do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief,, so
help me, God R. H. Barker, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 17th day of May, 1920. Geo. P.
Dever, Notary Public.
E. K. THURMOND, Directors.
IM WoiMft To*
C. M. Reed of Mangum is a new j
reader of the Star whom we are glad
is alive and v/ise.
J. W. Sanders of Reed route one is
among the wise ones who have seen
the Starlight from afar and decided
to take it home twice a week.
R. O. Francis of Reed route one
made an advance step by advancing
his Star subscription the past week.
The very best that can be had. See
us before you insure. J. H. Robertson
A Co. 49batf
Drs. BORDER ft McGREGOR •
Surgery and Consultation o
o Office hours 2:00 to 4:00 p. m. •
THE BORDER HOSPITAL •
Phone No. 6 o
o THE LARGEST AND MOST o
o COMPLETE LINE OF WALL o
o PAPER EVER IN GREER o
o COUNTY, AT WILLIAMS aftO- o
I make a specialty
• Piano re-
of Player Piano re- guaran-
M. E. CARVER
Piano Tuner and Repairer
Phone 71 Granite, Okla.
- DR. JESSE H HOLLIS o
EYE, EAR, NOSE * THROAT o
Office With Dr. Neel, Over o
Guarantee State Bank O
0 J. W. ADAIR t
0 Notary Public 0
0 All kinds of notary business so- 0
0 licited. At Sheriff's office •
Mrs. J. W. Short will be pleased to
your hemstitching on machine. Leave
orders with C. M. Stone 44 Co. 30-tf.
Are You Ready?
Have you power enough, and of ' ho right kind to get your Har-
vesting done cheaply and on time? Now is the time to be thinking
The experience of thousands of farmers demonstrate, that the
Titan Tractor does its work well, does it on time, and saves mon-
ey for its owner.. If you need more power, if you want to raise
farm produce at the lowest cost, if you want to be sure of suc-
cess this year, place your order now for a Titan 10-20 Kerosene
Get your order in for a Titan tractor as soon as you can and
have it delivered early so that you may be ready for Harvest
when the work is ready for you. Titans are in great demand be-
cause they arc proved workers and money savors both in the
field and at the belt.
W. P. Houck of Jester was in Mar.
gum on business Wednesday.
S. R. Good of near Marie brought, in
some poultry Thursday.
Mrs. A. M. Higlln has returned from
a visit to Kansas City.
Amos C. Williams of Altus came
over Thursday to see his brother, J
H. H. Terry, V. E. Douglass, and
James Crawford sold produce in Man-
J. W. Solomon is back from atten
ing the Baptist convention in Wash
' ington, D. C.
*Phil Schneider from Granite ■ was
here on business Thursday. ^
J. M. Murray brought in a load of
Now is the time to make prepara-
tions to take care of that loan that is
coming due. We can handle it so that
you will not lose any interest and the
interest rate is sure to go higher. Call
us up and we will come out and tal
it over with you. HEARNE & TIT-
TLE, Rear Guarantee State Bank.
We believe a potato has eyes
enough to see that nobody can afford
to eat it at the present price.
Jesse Thompson of Blake is now
reading the Star after sending in the
money and reminding us we had over-
looked him. We make mistakes with
our subscribers Sometimes we know,
and are glad to be told and correct
Helen Louise Wolcott
Impersonator, Contralto, Pianiste, An A. E. F.
Contemporary with Harry Louder and Elsie
Violinist, Tenor, Humorist, Song Writer and
Author. Late of Royal Italian Opera, Military
Camps, and big time circuits.
Vocal, instrumental, Comedy, Humor, Novelties,
and Unique sensation of two continents
"Hats Is Hats"
A High Class Popular Production
Matinee Friday. Also Usual Picture Program
Let us repair it for you, or trade
11 you a good piece for it at Williams
New and Socond Hand Store. Phone
Phono 128. Office City Hall 0
Mangum, Okla. 0
H. H. EDWARDS
0 J. H. ROBERTSON ft CO. »
0 Red Estate. Farm Loans and •
0. Insurance.. Up Stairs over the •
• Slaten Building »
0 DR. J. D. MOON 0
0 DENTIST 0
0 Office Oved Rexall Drug Store 0
0 Office Phone 533 Res. Phone 11
0 A. R. GARRETT 0
0 LAWYER 0
0 Office Over Mangum National 0
0 Bank 0
Mangum, Oklahoma 0
o DR ARTHUR HUGHES o
o VETERINARIAN. o
o Office Room 4 Over Rexall Store o
s Office Phone 158. Res Phone 62 o
a Or Call Rexall Drug Store 196 o
0 NOTARY PUBLIC 0
0 JOHN H. TOMME 0
0 County Cleric's Office, Second O
0 Floor Court House 0
0 W. B. GARRETT 0
0 LAWYEll 0
0 Office Front Room over Mangum 0
0 National Bank. 0
0 Mangum, Okla. 0
0 DR. P. V. HOWARD 0
0 Veterinary Surgeon 0
0 AND DENTIST 0
0 All Calls Answered Promptly 0
0 Day or Night 0
0 Off. Phone 9, Res. Phomf«7S 0
0 PERCY POWERS 0
0 ATTORNEY AT LAW 0
0 Office over Guarantee State Bank 0
o Office Phone No. 80. Residence 44 o
0 H. M. THACKER O
0 LAWYER 0
0 Offices 2nd. floor mangum Nat- 0
0 ional Bank Building o
0 Mangum, Oklahoma. 0
Sampson & Short
i. mm:m-u .u.-iiinnm'mmmmMmmM
and mice—that's RAT-SNAP, the old
reliable rodent destroyer. Comes in
cakes—no mixing with other fdod.
Your money buck if it fails.
25c Bize (I cake) enough for Pan-
try, Kitchen, or Cellar.
50c Bize (2 cakee) for Chicken house,
coops, or small buildings.
$1.00 size (5 cakes enough for all
farm and out-buildings, storage build-
ings, or factory buildings.
Sold and Guaranteed by
HAMILTON HARDWARE CO.
RICHARDS DRUG STORE.
We welcome, specially solicit, business from
out of town.
We have customers who drive many miles to
trade with us and they save money in so doing.
When you trade with us you are treated just
the same as "home folks" and we want you to
feel at Thome here, no matter how far you have
Visit Our Hardware Department
M A Nut !M . 1K i A
Free Hearse Service any where in Greer County
0 DR. F. C. HOLMES U
0 DENTIST 0
0 Office in Funderburk Bldg. 0
0 Mangum, Oklahoma 0
0 W. S. VAUGHAN 0
0 DENTIST 0
0 Hawkins Bldf. Over Guarantee 0
0 State Bank. 0
0 Phone 83. Mangum 0
o Mrs. V. M. CHAMBERS o
o PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER o
o NOTARY PUBLIC o
o List of Oil Leases, Owners' names o
o and Maps of Greer County. o •
o Office over Post Office. Phone 67. o°
o h. w. Williams o
0 AGENT TOMB STONE 0
0 See Catalog of Designs at Second 0
0 Hand Store. 0
0 MANGUM, OKLA. 0
o H. W. WILLIAMS o
o Dealer in a General Line of ©
o NEW ft SECOND HAND GOODS o
o MANGUM, OKLA o
» DR. M. E. MILLER 0
0 Registered Oseopathic Physician 0
0 16 years experience, 9 years at 0
0 Mangum. Investigate Osteopathy 0
0 and my reputation aa a practic- 0
0 ti oner of same. Fon' 840, Mangum 0
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