The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 34, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 29, 1921 Page: 2 of 10
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THE MANGUM STAR
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1W1
It U ■ bud omrii II the (room coughs
«i the altar.
Lucky for a marriage to b« •olem-
•laed In a ruined church.
U the officiating clergyman make* a
■intake, some one la p-eseut »ho la
•PImmm*) to the match.
When a weddlnp pair joins hand' j
MANGUM ROUTE TWO
GOOU ROADS CONVENTION
COMING . !
. A nice shower fell over the entire | The Southwestern Greer County
The Convention of the Oklahoma' route Saturday. Singing Convention met at Hester
City-Las \egaa Good ttoads Asao- Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wheeler are j Sunday, September 18, 1921 at the
elation w ill meet in Mangum on v>c- entertaining a new daughter their j Baptist Chuivh.
luber 20th. Every town and City U- heme. i A iurg# crowd was present and the
tween tnose two cities ,on what n*.> J. W. Smith was in Mangum with I ringing was enjoyed by all, and also
bee nformerly the Oia. * iraiis win | cotton Tuesday. the nice dinner that was spread,
be present with delegates. Al t...» Roy Noble is attending court in j The fo„owiBB pl<(Bnim wag ren.
convention u name will be g.ven tr.e Mangum this week J dered before noon: Two songs by
When . we<!i! Inr pair join, banc- j ^miecling Oklahoma City ami Mr. and Mrs J. A Simpson loft, ^ Uuncan» Tw0 by Cart
before the altar, .he one who«- band, Vegas, passing U.iough Anauar- last week for their home in filler, Two songs by Clyde Houpe;
I 1-- VIU/0II.....1 /v.. I T„. a uk<n<« vici# Uftlh ' ■ ' ' *
ness ,wus carried over until the next
Convention which will be held at La-
dessa, beginning Saturday evening,
before the third Sunday in Decem-
ber. All classes are requested to be
Closing prayer by Charlie Byars.
We thank the good people of Hes-
ter for their kind hospitality.
Norvel J. West, Pres.
Charlie Byars, V-Pres.
Miss Lennie Barton, Sec.
t colder will die Brat. j
It la considered a bad omen to the
young couple to have a minister re-
fuse. from any en-use, to perform the
If the pastor drops the prayerbook
while reading the marriage service,
the married couple will be blessed
If the officiating clergyman hns trou-
ble to liml his glasses. It Is a sign that
one of the two before him will not
It Is a had omen for the wedded
couple If a person In mourning pusses
the church door when the ceremony Is
When the priest has lied the knot
•t the nuptial allHr, his clerk throws
• handful of hops on the head of the
bride to lusure good luck to her.
When the bride goes to the altar,
•he should leave one of her gloves un-
buttoned so that she will not he hound
■o tight as to have no freedom.
It Is considered a bail omen If, dur-
ing the wedding ceremony, you hear
the knocking of the woodpecker on the
church. It Is a sign that one of the
couple will die soon.
ko, Hobart, Mangum, Wellington, man Texas, after a short visit with
Anuuiilo and 1 ucuiucaii. i'lans wm
be made for an organization ai each
of the towns and for making this
I rail a section ol a National High-
way from coast to coast. At a meet-
ing in Mangum Monday evening ul
which committees trom Hobart and
Granite were present, the ilx. \ t
plans weer formed. W. F. Ileuine was
chosen President and W. T. I^ewi
relative.-, on the route
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. J. I..
Melton is reported on the sick list.
Burl Yarbro returned last week
fiom l.ost Springs, Kansas, where he
spent the summer in the wheat fields.
H. P. Morgan transacted business
in the city Monday.
Roy C. Roberts retui-ned last week
from Ft. Sumner, New Mexico, whe.e
Jr., of Hobart, Secretary. Wednesday ! he located a section of land.
morning, September J8, a delegation j
lrom Mangum, Granite, and Hobart | Large size school tablets 6c at
sturted on a trip west going as far Blaiocks.
as Las Vegas, organizing I hi. towns j ___________
ulong t!.e route and making plana for
a general organisation to build, maik
and advertise the Irails or Highways! .. ...... ... ... c .1
. ... , , . , ,p Prohibition set the scientists of the
Association which will be completed1. . . . . . ,,
, ... business world at new problems. One
following the meeting in Mangum on . ... , , *, ,. ...
October the 20th. I,s tthe, "'XK UCt'°n fo°d flttVor8 w,'h
out alcohol. States have power to
regulute their sales and out in South
1 Dakota the. sale of lemon extract is
this right. One small city in Oklaho- Jack Duncan, sung a number of mule
ma for instance has a stringent local quartettes that were enjoyed by all.
ordinance regulating the sale of ex- Those that were not present missed
tracts containing alcohol. some line singing.
Hut if the hired man will undertake The business transacted was as fol-
At the meeting here Monday even-j
ing it was the general concensus
opinion by the delegates
towns that this route will .'are better
with its own organization than it
ever has under the Ozark Trails, ,
since the first year of its orgunzu-
tion. The route will be taken better
Quartette ariangeu by N. J. West;
Song by, Ed Smith, Charlie Olive, W.
A. ltiek, Lottie Byars, Mary Neel,
Bernice Kinard, Jess Stan-
Opening song by N. J. West.
Song by Clyue Houpe
Three songs by Hester Class.
Short talk by Rev. Locks.
Duet aramged by Tom Busby.
Quartette arainged by N. J. West
Class song by White Flat
Solo by Tom Busby.
Solo by Bernice Kinard.
Three songs by Center Point.
One song by Kd Smith.
£)ne song by Jack Duncan
One song by Bettie Bex
One song by J. B. Stair
One song by J. B. Parkes.
Duet by Neel Sisters.
Song by Thelma Rodbush
Duet arranged by Mary Neel.
The Quartette boys, Messrs N. J.
„ 1 1,1 I ■ | nut 11 blic <111CU mail »lli UIIU< Iiai\< • • - —
care of and will be know nas part of n hjg ■ ^ ,emon ex 1<Jwg. Lennie Balton WM elected Sec-
a definite coast to coast Highway. ^ ^ and the ^ ^ retary. There was $5 collei.te<1 fo,
conventional purposes. All other busi-
Sonic of the street Nldewnjks 111 Klo
de Janeiro'consist of mosaic In black
Blue bus always h;.*en considered a
njratlml color probably hecuuse It Is
that of lhe sky.
In lUlb It <vas estimated that the
total expenditure 011 tobacco in Eng-
land was £181,100,1100.
Fine-edged lisds lose their temper If
ecpoxed to the light of the syu for a
considerable length of time.
An Kgyptbin wig in the British mu-
seum collections contains no fewer
than .SOU little braided pigtails.
The fiber of the pineapple leaf can be
made Into a fabric as soft as silk, as
well as Into ropes, inula and paper.
The Spartans, In Greece, 300 B. C„
wed sepiu, tne most ancient Ink, for
making Inscriptions on sarcophagi.
The quantity of heat required to
raise the temperature of a pound of
water one degree Is taken as a unit.
In theory, an article lost In the
wash Is valued by the laundry at 22
times the cost of washing mid'Ironing
A gram of radium, It has been said,
will give out enough energy before It Is
entirely dissipated to rulse 400 tons
through one tulle.
Sturgeons are the weakest of all Ash
In proportion to their size. A sturgeon
weighing over u ton Is helpless If at-
tacked by a small swordflgh.
It Is a common belief that cowl eat
buttercups because they make good
milk and butter. As u matter of fact,
neither cattle nor horses will eat them.
10x12 tent ,10 oz.
duck 117.60 ut
TO THE LOVED ONKS OF W. B.
HENRY, WHO DEPARTED THIS
- LIFE SEPTEMBER 21, 1921
You should not lament your case
Since God has thought it best
To take his soul from earth away.
To its eternal lest
An dsince 'tis so; let sorrows go
Your God hath sent his rod
He doeth His will; we must be still
And know that He is God.
It grieves your hearts; 'tis haul to
With him wh'j wnp so kin.l
But he is gone; his time is run
And you are lu.'t behind.
But.just repair ti. .Tesus wlioi 2
You can ease your trout'e bo-it
Ind leave your Mcrows all behind
You'll be forever blest.
Look beyond cho bounds of time
When what we now deplore
Will rise in full immortal prime
And bloom to fade no more.
Let gentle putience smile on pain
'Till dying hope revives again
Hope wipes the tear; from sorrow's
And faith po ni.: upward to tiia sky
So many times you looked for him
And oftimes seen him come
Hut he hus left this world of .--in
And will novel more return
While he can never come to you
Let,not this gr:cve your hearts
For you can t in el home to hi.n
Where you will never part.
cut off from the lemon meringue pie?
Not with the research squad on the
job. Much work has been done, much
remain? to be done, in the manufac-
ture of emulsion flavors to offset the
increased prices and added difficulties
of securing industrial alcohol. Many
of these emulsions are already used
by commercial makers of food and
are finding their way into the house-
hold.—The Nation's Business.
]/ti Illli j/il 1M (III
hR Toniolil- ICela
Tomorrow Feel Riplit I'j Box
RICHARDS' DRUG STORE
FROM THE PENCIL'S POINT
Any person who conceals the truth
lleB In ambush.
Some men fall to iiuike a bit be-
cause they ulm too high.
It's a w ise traveling man who knows
when and where to stop.
What would a woman do with a se-
cret If she couldn't tell It?
Too often the error of a minute be»
comes the sorrow of a lifetime.
It sometimes happens that a shady
character basks In the sunshine of
It's advisable for a young man to
make haste slowly If the giil hus an-
other string to her bow.
Don't think that Just because a man
advocates the protection of home In-
dustries he is Industrious at home.
It takes the average man half his
■Hotted three score and ten years to
learn that he doesn't amount to very
There will be a meeting of the Cot- 1
ton Growers, Wheat Growers, and El-1
evutor men at Brinkman, Saturday
evening, October the 1st, 2 p. m.
Come everybody and let us make this
one of the greatest meetings of the
j season. There will be good speakers
I present to address you on the mar-
I keting problems.
A. R. LAM PERT,
H. E. WARLICK, Comm.
In matters of finance a Bank is really
more than merely a place to deposit mon-
In the handling of its own funds a
Bank must build up a financial organiza-
tion skilled in matters pertaining to
Therefore, in conducting your finan-
cial affairs through this institution you
are exercising care and wisdom, for you
are putting your finances in the hands of
P. A. JANEWAY - - -
B. H. SQUIRE, ----
Ralph H .Rice, President of the
National Fidelity Life Insurance Co.,
of Sioux City, Iowa was in Mangum
last Thursday on business connected |
with the Covington Agency here. He j
expressed himself as well pleased |
with the general outlook in Greer j
Too low they build who build be-
low the slurs.
While we converse with what Is
above us we do uot grow old, but
Llfl up thyself, look around, anil see
•oinciliiug higher und brighter than
earth, earth woruis and earthly dark-
SEE THAT CAR IS LIGHTED
The habit of driving automobll
at night without lights must be .-top- jn rea|
ped. Al lairs driven <r. the city limits
without lights will be taken to the
police stution and the driver fined for
violating the traffic laws. Be sure
and heed this wnrnlng;
THE CITY POLICE.
11x14 Wagon Sheet* 10 ox. duck
*0.50 at Blulocks.
of men like
J&s . tdi
We Would Like to
Fine Duroc Hogs
Thoroughbred Duroc Hogs, from
my herd that haa won at the Greer
County Fair for two years. The big
boned kind, like ought to be on every
farm. I have about 20 head of good
gilts and young males. Will sell these
to boys who are members of Tig
Clubs, and the Pig can stand good
for purchase price. Boys, let's raise
more good hogs. It means more mon-
ey for the labor required. Lawrence
Reeves, near Midway, on Granite R.
Husband Shoot. Wife and Visitor
Tulsa, Ukla. Sept. 24. When Steph-
en Tripp came home suddenly and
found J. W. McClure had invaded his
home in his absence, he shot and
killed McClure and shot his wife
through the breast. He has not been
arrested. The McClure* live in the
east part of the city.
To know what an
cake can b e one
should sample our
We know you will
be delighted with it
and equally pleased
to find that you can
buy such delicacies
here much cheaper
than you could
make them at home.
Chocolate Cake 30-60c
Layer C:l e 1 . 30-60c
Cocoanut C^ke 30-60c
Banana Cake -30-60c
Pound Cake 50-$ 1.00
Angel Food 25-50c
Maple Nut Cake 30-60c
We also bake daily
hundreds of sugar
cookies, fine ginger
snap s, cocoanut
and lady fingers.
Hot bread and rolls
from our ovens ev-
ery hour in the day.
Not one who daubs
With colored paints
On sheets of canvas
But one who takes
Pride in creating
The best of bread
And pies and cakes
•And rolls and cook-
In all this town
We have never
known a man who
wasn't a n enthus-
iastic lover of pie.
Of course it's asking
too much of mother
to expect her to have
a fresh pie every
day, or even every
And it's really ask-
ing too much of
father and the boys
to do without pie.
And right there is
where we come in.
It's our business to
with all the pies it
needs, and that will
mean we're making
pies for your table
and making it easier
Apple, peach, apri-
cot, mince, blackber-
ry, pineapple, lemon,
custard, cream, co-
pies fresh every day
for. only 25 cents.
South Side Square
At my farm 1 mile north, 4 miles east of R. I. Depot, at Mangum,
Okla., beginning at 1 o'clock
Tuesday, October 11
50 Head Duroc 'jerseys 50 Head
35 Head Sows Bred or With Litter
15 Head of Open Spring Gilts
15 Head Boars at Private Sale
This offering needs no introduction, as I have been breeding Du-
rocs and selling Durocs for the past 20 years. I have always tried
to keep and breed as good individuals as you ^ill find in any herd
of Durocs. Most of the above sows are sired by J. H. Orion one of
the best breeding boars I ever owned. These Orion Sows are bred
to Select Pathfinder, a big boned sire of the right type.
Pathfinder gilts bred to a young boar that you can see sale day.
People desiring credit at this Sale take matter up with banker
Elliott Shoe Store j j J. H. SULLIVAN
| I Bob Rouch, of Custer City, Auct.
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