The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 6, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 21, 1920 Page: 4 of 12
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Well we have been having plenty
of sun shine and it is very wann, but
we need ruin.
10m totter ia the proud owner of
- new SteUon hat and bolt and his
-.1.1 y iMtmg very proud of him invit
til lum to town with tuem.
Shirley Uaiiue waa seen tying hi/
horse at Miss Lillie footers gate ti.t
Earl Thompson has been ill the past
jar. and Mrs. Gorden Higginbotlian,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ot
-..s lioon. They report a very nice
jcj,h Iligginbotham and John Gun-
nels left laat Teuaday morning for
Hobart to work in the harvest.
Fred Gunnels haa been malting hu
weekly vlaita to J. A. Stout's home-
i t»>e same as Elbert York.
Paul Smith's family has been very
ill the past week with small pox but
are doing nicely at present.
Miss Effie Foster on account of see-
ing a cat run up a tree being scared
very bad. has aince been ill.
B. F. Burnett and family spent the
Sunday with Leslie Daily and family.
Mrs. J. J. Baker of Mangum apent
'-•e week end with Mm. Higginboth-
Every one is invited to a singing at
, Consolidated No. 6, next Sunday
, e vening, at 4 o'clock sharp.
Mr. and Mm. Willie Trull are the
proud parents of a new baby girl.
John Parker was called to Texas on
account of the death of his sister,
I Fnday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. &
J. Berry were surprised by the ar-
rival of their sous and families, Me.-
(ara. Duard and W. M. Berry of St. Jo,
jlexas for a two or three week*' visit,
lhe farmers of this community aie
— i busy threshing wheat.
Q««*lsa. Tex.— Mim. Minnie Phil „ ***• "'oasie Maron, Sis Brown and
**. of thla place, writes: -«»» years P"1* Teetle ol Rhome, Texas, are
ago I waa taken wttk a pala la my hl-re Vlsltlntf their brother, Mr. J. M
•aft aida. a waa right andar my Hi,i *nd family.
I*?,*"' *» wou,d with aa j ®,™er Rook «P«»t Sunday night in
•cklng and extend ip uto » left tlk c,t>'-
■hoaider and on dowa Into my back. Uev B- F- Taylor
R* (ha* *1^. iv. . . L"
TaiM> mmuwrtmm rw^m —
fay# Taia Texas Ladj.
By that time the pala would be M
l®T,r* I would have to tako to bad.
•ad suffered usually about three dan
...I suffered this ^yf^th^Tr!^
•»d rot to be a mere staSeUTaT^!;
S ' could hardly stand slonsk
Ud thr'ffadaShl"J? SI
>1 eondlttoa^J^S^Lf* '» .•»
and family are
few days af Medicine Park
One day a Birthday Almaaae waa
W. T. Jeter and wife of Mangum,
were in our city last Thursday.
J. D. Ehl came home last week. H«.
has been working at Burkburnett.
Quite a number of our people drove
over to Mangum Friday night to hear
Ferris speak. 1
One more reunion was held last
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs
S. J. Berry, when all their childftn
and all the grandch.ldren exccpf two
were present. Those present were
*n , S" J- Be"y> Mr. ana
Mis. D. C. Berry of St. Jo, Texas;
M^^dDMn*" A" F' Berry' Mr »"d
Mrs. G. P. Berry, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
H M' Mr< W,d Mrs- M E" Ben>- Mr.
yw D0tua...l am Bow a wiili rry' Mr- and Mrs. M. E Berrv Mr
SDSeSnwSl«tf,?S,Vh^ 2L" TdBMrS" j A- Beny' M, an0 &
two mrs since my awful L^heaSuL 1 ' and chlldlen- AH had a
cJdli »«d rsoommsnd t,me and a dinner.
Cnrdui." Tit Cardul tedar.^^B Ta ~ " " ~
WHAT IS A BANK?
A bank is more than merely a safe uia
keep your funds, for handling cheeks f„
lee ting drafts, ete.
A bank should be regarded as the mtil
helper, adviser and friend of the customer• i
ready to cooperate in every way, to extend
essary accommodation as required and to i
tect his interest in every way that lies withii
This is the kind of service that we ended
to render; and we invito you to make vour J
nection with us with such service in view
Mangum National Ban
B. H. SQUIRES, Cashier.
P. A. JANEWAY, President
DON'T WORRY YOURSELF
L..„ s stale or poor grade Meats. We have
bsolutely fresh, properly prepared and pro-
Derly kept meate on hand at all times.
£ R S.ANTTATI°N IS PERFECT
„ ®yei-V department is clean as anything-
?e?lect no detail in keeping on?
meats in perfect condition. Come in and spp
of We 'iave everything in the way
of fresh and cured meats. iy
HOOVER & P1GG
Telephone - . . i20and473
, "I wouldnt go ramping without Rat
Snap," aaya Ray White.
"Wife and I spent our vacation
— camping last summer, smell of cook-
ing brought rats. We went to town
got some BAT SNAP, brake up cakes
put it outside our tent. We got the
rats alright—big fellows." Farmers,
storekeepers, housewives, should use
RAT-SNAP." Three sizes, 25c, 60c,
$1.00. Sold and guaranteed by Rich
aids Drug Store. 4Wt
Paper Hanger, Painter
Interior Decorator and Artist
Room 1 and 2 over Jackson A
-tiTimtllWII M »IHI
young lady. Phone 70.
in office by
Egg Crates, 12 dozen size, 75c each
this week at Blalocks.
Notice is, hereby given that M. J.
Angrlm, on the 19th day of July, 1920,
filed her final report and petition for
distribution and discharge in the mat-
ter of the Estate of R. M. Anglin, de-
ceased, and that same will be heard at
|, the County Court Room in Mangum,
(Greer County, Oklahoma, at the hour
| mcT" °'Clook' A" M-' Au^ust 12th,
W B farrptt H" H®NRY» "» a,c "ere visiting t
• B- Garrett, County Judsro *er, Mrs. S. M. Thompson.
<!a_04- T.oaf Tli...—i . . .J
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Smith of Man-
gum entertained the Beny families ui
a six o clock dinner Sunday all repoit
a nice time.
' W18' #C' H=Finley's brother ana
family from Beaver County are here
i visiting for a few days.
Mrs. S. J Purdy of the Bloomi
. tocmnn,ty was Shopping in Man
, firum Monday.
Lum™- Clh*rley Whee,er 01 Martha is
^siting her parents Mr. and Mrs. W.
T. McMinn of this place.
Miss Irene McMinn is visiting her
Mr. and Mrs. Maddox of Jacksboro,
Texas, are visiting their daughter
Mrs. West Holland this week.
New carpet has been bought for the
aisles of the Methodist Church. The
ladies have been very enthusiastic
about getting it down.
Miss Mary Bell Finley is clerking
for Iona & Shadid during the sale.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Berry are the
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Osborn, Mrs. J
W. Hardy were dinner guests of Mi
and Mrs. John Osborn last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Curry of Ft. Worth
Texas, are here visiting their dauirh
■ PI' G M Ti ®
Ride on Goodyear Ures in That
Sturdy Small Car of Yours
6a-2t Last Thursday night Mr. and Mrs"
jO. C. Butler, Mr. Herbert Wolfe, Mrs.
Francis Heathman drove over to Say
1 rf twm*et the train- Mrs- Butler's sis-
| etr Mrs. Grimes left for her home at
M. G. Scivally and family visited
relatives in Mangum Saturday and
It surprises certain users of small cars to find
that they can obtain Goodyear Tires at a first
cost ordinarily not greater, and sometimes less,
than that of other tires.
This initial value, as well as the very low final
cost, results from the application of Goodyear
experience and care to their manufacture in
the world's largest tire factory devoted to 30x3-,
30 x 3*/£« and 31 x 4-inch sizes.
Such facts explain why more cars, using these
sizes, were factory - equipped last year with
Goodyear Tires than with any other kind.
If you drive a Ford, Chevrolet, Maxwell, or
Dort take advantage of the opportunity to
enjoy real Goodyear value and economy; equip
your car with Goodyear Tires and Heavy
1 ounst Tubes at the nearest Service Station.
George Bngg, of Granite, candi-
I date for County Commissioner was in
Mangum Tuesday looking after busi-
I ness affairs.
I Miss Cornelia Allison has accepted
I a position with Covington Bros. Her
i home is at Fort Cobb, Oklahoma.
I Mr. and Mrs. Emmet S&ut of Al- I
! tus, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller o
| Headrick and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stout
, of Altus were visitors at the VV. A.
Covington home Sunday. Thev we e ■
all former pupils with Mr. Covington '
I as their teacher. ,
There is nothing In the whole list of I
flesh healing remedies that can ap-
| proach Liquid Borozone in the rapid-
ity with which it heals cuts, wounds
sores, burns or scalds. It is a marvel-1
J ous discovery. Price, 30c 60c, and |
I SI.20. Sold by Richards Drug Store.
; Mrs. W. E. Barker has returned I
from her visit to Minnesota.
Tires that did not require settin,
in thirty ^ears-on a Studebake
^J^HEELS are the life of a wagon. Hubg, apokes,
Z1 the rnaterialT put t<S
gether by skilled workmen, go intoeveiy Studebake?
N^Y^rkcs SSa ^ ti* Horton- °* Nineveh.
-.nd the ^
2!?JCwnLProVe to J£u dlat »• no* an exceptional
Studebaker wagon. TTiere are thousands of Studebaker
tr:JlZd ,00u°Ver °!|r ?tock of Studebaker vehicles.
Let us show you how well they are built
Studebaker wagons are sound in vestments, every time
Hamilton Hardware Company
ft toof< a
Jto unlock nature^ faciei
A chance meeting between >
l an unknown tramp and a suf- *
ferer from Bright's Disease,
A passing kindness, the
coir;d~f for ,he sufferer' a»O. ».
3Wa is the story, in a nutshell, of the discovery of
I rs. G. W. Hawkins and son of Mid-
j way were in Mangum Wednesday.
| There are several threshers run-1
| ning at Midway and the yield is from i
j twenty to forty bushels.
, Mrs. Alice Taylor, of route one I
Mrs. O. D. Pruett and Mrs. J. T. Gean
of Reed pui-chased Iowa Cream Sep
arators of Hamilton Hardware this
Swelling caused br insec/ bites can
be reduced by using Ballard's Snow
Liniment. It conteracts the poison and
relieves the irritation. Three sizes,
30c, 80c, and $1.20 per bottle. Sold bv
Richards Drug Store. 4b4t
Goodyear He.vy TouH« Tube, coat no more than the pric.
you .re «.ked ,o pay for tube, of lea. merit-why ri.k co.,1
cwlngs, when .uch sure protection 1. avalUbleT .
30* 3 V4 aire in waterproof bag $A50
General Repairing of all
kinds of machinery. Ma-
chine forgings, Acety-
lene and forge welding.
Wonder^^bJeas^^hir'hid'^beatcnw*!?^'I!ttIe dreamIne of the
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Jessee, Elmer V. The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 6, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 21, 1920, newspaper, July 21, 1920; Mangum, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc284081/m1/4/: accessed April 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.