The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 34, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 22, 1921 Page: 2 of 11
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THE MANGUM STak
PCBUSHED BY THE
MKER COUNTY PI BUSHING CO.
THE MANGUM STAB
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1921
►ISPOSES | hearing in the county court room of! January, 1922, at the hour of two'a! Town of Mangum, Oklahoma:
■' MANY CASES the county courthouse in Mangum, | o'clock X'. M., at the west door of tlio; You, and eacl. of you are hei
' (1 roA f Pminf •• fY 1 • I n Uam n /«•> . I • . • - . ... I . _
COUNTY COURT DISPOSES
OF MANY casks ;me county courtnou.-e in Mangum,; o'clock P. M., at the west door of th«j You, and eacl. of you are hereby
Greer County, Oklahoma, on January I court house in the City of Mangum, notified that the above' described tract
A jury term of County Court has , 6th, 1922, at ten o'clock a. m., of that I Oklahoma, offer for sale and sell, said lof land was on the 3rd day of No-
eek, with Judge i day, at which time and place all per-1 property, or 30 much thereof as will jx ember 1914, a)ter complete and legal I
notice had been given as provided by
ELMER Y. J ESS EE,
Ed'tor and Bwinru Manager
I at the Pootoffice at Mangum.
Ofctnkoma. as second Class Mail Mat
tor. Act of March 3, 1879.
-MaBgvim. Zone One $1.50
Oate.de Zone One $2.00
fti Months in Proportion.
Advertising rates, 36 cent* per inch
-agie coiuma. Locals 7 1-2 cents per
lias each insertion. Minimum charge
bssi in session this
J Jarrett Todd on the bench. Several j sons interested in said estates and! satisfy said judgment and costs.
I cases have been dismissed, several' said minors are required to appear tv'iinet* my hand this 29th day of
have been tried, and a few have been ' and show cause if any they have why ! November, 1921.
continued. The following is the dispc- Jan order should not be granted for w. M. TUTON, Sheriff of
sition of the several cases: j the mortgaging of all the right, title, Greer County, Oklahoma.
State vs. J. T. DeArman, continued and interest of said minors in and to 28-2t, By Claude Hines, Deputy,
for the term. , the above described real estate in the j
State vs. L. E. Pearson. This de- ' manner and as prayed for in said pe- I —
fendant entered a plea of guilty to ; tition, and as is necessary for the ' Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Land—
carrying a loaded pistol in the Dis- reasons in said petition stated. I Foreclosure
J. W. Stephens of near Russell,
seems to be the champion turkey rais-
er of this part of the country, when
it comes to size and quality. He
broagi t in a big last year's gobble,
recently which weighed 42 pounds and
brought $12.60, at 30 cents a pound.
He sold this gobbler before the last
advan. e in price. Had this turkey been
sold later when they were bringing 3G
cents it would have brought the mag-
nificent »um of $15.12, which is some
money for the turkeys. Mr. Stephens
bought a dozen eggs from a fancy-
fancy turkey raisers in the east. His
whole flock were of extra size. He
saved four hens and a gobbler for a
next year flock. He sold this gobbler
to Weaver Produce Co.
was fined $150' It is further ordered that a copy of! Notice is hereby given, that in pur-
and costs. ; this order be published for two sue-!suance *° an order of sale issued out
State vs. Claude Jenkins,
missed as it was improperly
docket, having been previou _ ___
posed of. | Greer County. I Central Life Insurance Company of
State vs. George Goodman, et al. (Seal) JARRETT TODD,; Cincinnati, Ohio, is plaintiff and
Continued as the Court was held to j Judge, County Court, Greer 1 William W. Boyd, et al., are defend-
Iaw, sold by the County Treasurer of
Gree r County for the taxes levied
thereon for the year which said taxes
were not paid, and the said tract of
land was bid in by the undersigned
assignee of G. N. Hunter, the highest
best and last bidder for the sum of
$4.35 the accumulated taxes and pen-
alties and that unless redemption is
j made by you or your authorized agent
mi.-, uiuu uc uuoiisiitru lor iwo sue- — —• vi wbuco out 1 ... _ , , .1 ... 1
is, et al. Dis- | cessive weeks in the Mangum Star, a 1° "he District Court of Greer County!"; °" the
lerly on the : weekly newspaper printed, published 1 ^lahoma, on the— day of November, j H . , "'. . ' , 1 sai
viously dis- and of general circulation in saidi1!'-l> 'n an action wherein the Union | - t, a* ® ef a 0 el an( oun"
- ler of the certificate of purchase issued
against such tract of land will de-
mand of the County Treasurer of
1 be disqualified in this case. While the! County, Oklahoma. ants> directed to me the undersigned : j^cel c°unt> > *hat ,lec''
style of this ca>e is Goodman, et al.,1 Martha S. E. Timinons, Said Guardian , ^'181 Greer County, commanding i ° ,mJVs ^' _ _
, the defendant Goodman had already 28-2t. v 'n,e to ~e" the following described j" ' l8rne ' ' " • ARD.
been dismissed and there is no action jproperty: The south half of the south- j
against him. , NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OFjeait Quarter, the northeast quarter of! Hall's Catarrh Medicine
State vs. Hens ley, dismissed as the LANDS, MORTGAGE FORE- "le southeast quarter of Section eight I Those who are In a - run down" condl-
to the court in CLOSURE ! (8) and the northwest quarter of the ; ^Vn^SWy^' *S £S3
southwest quarter of Section nine (9) h«alth. This fact proves that while Ca-
tarrh is a local disease, It i> greatly in-
fluenced by constitution^ conditions.
HAUL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is »
Tonic and acts through tne blood
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Williams left
this week to spend Christmas with
their son and family near Amariilo.
MANGUM ROUTE TWO
Clai ente Longniire transacted busi-
ness in the city Tuesday.
School at Consolidated No. 6 will be
dismissed Thursday noon for the holi-
E. L. Norman who has been attend-
ing school at Weatherford, Texas, is
home for Christmas. »
Mrs. W. T. Yurbrough was shop- |
ping in Mangum Tuesday.
Eld. J. J. Risinger filled his regular
appointment at Mt. View Saturday
D. H. Wheeler and family of Mar-
tha are moving to the W. P. Wheeler
farm on Horse Branch.
B. N. Settle the Horse Branch mer-
chant was in Altus on business Tues-
Clas» M>ug by Center Point.
Our program opened with conven
One aocg by Bessie Bex
One song by Charlie Olive
One song by Edna Bradshaw
One song by Lottie Byars
One song by Do vie Pleasant.
One song by Troy Risinger.
One song by Claude Houpe
One song by Ruby Byars
One song by R. B. Curnutt.
Short welcome address by Sir. Able trict Court Room and
and dinner was announced.
Two opening songs by N. J. West
Two songs by Perkins Cooper.
Three songs by F. T. Smith.
Duet by Byars Sisters.
Three songs by Hester Calss.
Two solos by Leola Logsdon.
Two songs by Shrewder Class.
Two songs by White Flat.
Male Quartette by Shrewder.
Male Quaitette by Center Point.
Mixed Quartette by Hester.
Three songs by Center Point class. I fine had been paid
Two male quartettes by Shrewder, i chambers. Notice is hereby given: That in jsouthwest quarter of Section nine (9)
Busir>e-s transaction. State vs. Albert Heinle, dismissed pursuance of an Order of Sale issue,I u" ln Township seven (7) north.
It was decided that one book be ad as the defendant had not been arrst- out of the District Court of Greer 'tan£e Twenty-three, west Indian' Me- , Tomc alld actg through tie blood upon
opted throughout the convention. Ten ed. Heinle has been serving a sen County, Oklahoma, by the Court ridian in Greer County, State of Ok-; mucous surfa. es of the body. thus ,
dollars and > \ty cents were collected t< nee in the Penitentiary at McAles- Clerk thereof, on the 19th day of De- lahoma, to satisfy a judgment and de-! Natlfre'n'restoHn?'nomu" ?Sndftiol?»!n* 1
for Conventional purposes. iter, following conviction in Kiowa cember 1921, in Cause Number 3410 cree of foreclosure in favor of said'
The next Convention will begin Sat- county on a charge of adultry. He was thereof, entitled Dr. G. F. Bor- plaintiff and against said defendants,!
urday before the third Sunday in j discharged from the penitentiary a der vs. V. B. Cooksev, commanding obtained and made in said court on;
March, 19, 1922, at White Flat. All j few days ago. me to advertise and sell, without ap- the 16th day of December, 1920, for'
business will be transacted Saturday State vs. Earl Cousins, continue! praisement all of the following de.s- l'le hUm of $2,217.95 which judgment!
night. Each class is requested to send 1 for the term by agreement. cribed real estate lying and situate,! bears interest at the rate of 6 per cent
a leader, organist and three delegate- State vs. Hub Dobbs et al. Dismis- in Greer County, State of Oklahoma, Per annum fro mtho 16th day of De-
Class song by Shrewder, Talks by >ed upon motion of the County At- to-wit: cember, 1920, on $1,800.00 thereof and
Rev. Dean, Rev. Risinger, Rev. Done- : torney. A portion of the South East one- at 10 per cent per annum on $417.95
hoo. and J. 1 Houpe. State vs. George Boswell. This case fourth ('*) of the North West Quar- thereof and costs amounting to $81.06
We thank the people of Ladessa foi | was tried by a jury and the defendant ter (V*) of Section Twenty-seven (27) am' accruing costs; I will on the 3rd
their kind hospitality, and their nice! was found guilty of manufacturing in Township Five (5) North of Range day of January, 1922, at the hour 01
dinner that was spread. Ladessa can 1 whiskey and was sentenced to pay :: Twenty-two (22) West 1. M. and des- H o'clock a. m., of said day, at the
not be beat for a better dinner than 1 fine of $100 and serve 60 days in the cribed as follows: front door of the court house in the
they had Sunday. And we also extend county jail. Beginning at the South West cor- eity of Mangum in said county and
our thanks to the Shrewder class of; State vs. It. L. Nabors, dismissed j ner of the South East one fourth () state, offer for sale and sell to the
Harmon county, and kindly ask them upon motion of County Attorney. of the North West Quarter of said highest bidder for cash, the said prop-!
to pay- us another visit. State vs. Snknown Parties. No ar- section Twenty-seven; erty above described, or so much there-;
N. J. WEST, President. rest. Thence East Four (4) chains and °f as will satisfy said judgment, with j
CHARLIE BY'ARS, V-Pres. State vs. Joe Pen-in, et al. Dismiss- Fifty-seven (57) links; interest and costs.
ed upon motion of County Attorney.] Thence North Eleven (11) chains
We are Now in
our Building on
the Corner and are
better able to care
for our friends.
LENNIE BARTON, Sec.
State vs. Neil Mullinax et al. Dis-
missed as the case had been disposed
' of by the Court in Chambers.
State vs. E. D. Davis, continued for :
and Eleven ((11) links;
Thence West Four (4) chains and
Fifty Seven (57) links;
. , ,, . ouiie vs. r.. u. ua\ia. cuniuiueti iui ' Thence South Eleven (11) chains
. and Mrs. S. B. Cherry of East- , ' , ,
... . . the term by agreement. and Eleven (11) links to the place of
.n town Tuesdav on busi ■ ' . „ . , . . . , ...
State vs. I.orenzie Morns. Tried by beginning, and containing approx>-
defendant was found mately five (5) acres.
guilty of manufacturing whiskey and Also the South Twenty-two and
was sentenced to pay a fine of $50 twenty-one hundredths (22.21) acres
Witness my hand this the 29 day of;
W. M. TUTON. Sheriff, j
25-5t. Frank Elsea, Undersheriff.'
Claud Summers of Chillicothe, Tex- _urJ^
as spent the week-end with his par
°nMr"and^Mrs ".S ^JB^rnr J^areThe an'' serve 30 days in the county jail, of the South West one-fourth (Vi) of ^ 'n Block one (1), in the origin-j
Notice of Demand for Tax Deed
STATE OF OKLAHOMA,
COUNTY OF GREER.—SS.
To J. M. Huling, as owner of the
For Real Service
Col. Dick Key
Dates made at Star
office. Residence 412
N. Oklahoma Ave.
The records in the office of Mrs.]
Mary L. Watkins, Court Clerk, show
the following couple to have been
married during the past week:
Walter D. Brown, 20, to Miss Ruby
P. Wright, 16, both of Willow. Mar
ried by Kev. J. H. Brock, Dee. 14.
Ben H. Lusk, 30, Mangum, to Miss
Clara Stephens, 20, Brinkman, mar-
ried by J. O. Tuton, Justice of the
Peace. Dec. 17.
W. M. Mikeman, 61 Blake to Mi's.
L. J. Logsdon, 44,.Mangum. Married
by Rev. John C. Carman, Dec. 18.
John Monis, 31, to Miss Delia Cog-
gins, 17, both of Mangum. Married !>y
J. O. Tuton, Dec. 19.
T. S. Grubbs, 21, Hester to Miss
Martha Regian, 19, Hester.
HEARING IN DEWEY COUNTY
A hearing was held before Judge
T. P. Clay Monday on an application
to revoke the bench parole that had
been granted by Judge Clay to Don
Davis, convicted of murder in Dewey
County Attorney Emeison Bloomer |
and Sheriff C. C. Jones, of Taloga,
were lieie for the hearing. Attorney
W. P. Hickok, of Taloga and young
Davis were here to try to frustrate
the efforts to have the parole revok-
ed. After hearing the presentation of
the matter Judge Clay refused to re- j
voke the parole and young Davis will
continue to enjoy the liberty, which
the court had seen fit to give him.
About a year and a half ago •»
young man was stabbed at a dance in
Dewey County and later died from
the effects of the wound. Don Davis
was charged with murder and was de
fended by Moman Pruett. Upon rec-
ommendation of the County Attorney
and the prosecuting witness, Davis
was sentenced to twenty years in the
penitentiary and the sentence was
suspended. Recently charges had been
made that Davis had violated the
terms of his parole and the hearing
this week resulted.
proud parents of a boy bom to them
on the 19th.
Messrs E. A. Foutch and Dennii
Talley were over to Norman,
week end on businei
Mr. and Mrs. W. T, Osborn, Mr. and
Mrs. R. M. Short drove over to Blair
last Sunday and spent the day with
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Rogers.
Mrs. O. R. Jeter was in Mangum on
Bill Jones of Mangum was in town
last Friday afternoon.
B. A. Phillips of Granite was in
town on business Tuesday.
Milton Butler, son of O. C. Butler,
has been sick for the past few days,
Miss Faye Paxton and Mrs. V. E.
Moore of Eastview were in town shop-
State vs. Jack Adams. Dismissed the North West Quarter (Vt) of said
upon motion of County Attorney. Section Twenty-seven (27) in Town-
M. N. Robinson entered a plea of ship Five (5) North of Range Twenty -
ja j guilty to manufacturing whiskey and two (22) West of the Indian Meridian
was sentenced to pay a fine of $55 in Greer County, Oklahoma.
and serve 35 days in the county jail, together w ith all and singular the ten-
The court will finish its business to- ements and appurtenances thereunto
day or Friday and will adjourn for belonging, to satisfy a judgment
i made and entered in the Distirct
I Court of Greer County, Oklahoma, on
'the 16th day of June, 1921, in favor
• of Dr. G. F. Border, and against V. B.
Cooksey, . for t1% sum of $1,930.54,
with interest thereon from said date
, at the rate of ten per cent per an-
, num, all costs taxed at $ , and
In The County Court of Greer County
State of Oklahoma.
ORDER AND NOTICE FOR HEAR
ING PETITION FOR AUTHORITY
TO MORTGAGE REAL ESTATE.
nl the matter of the Guardianship all accruing costs; that
of James M. Timmons, Joseph P. I will on Monday, the 23rd day of
Timmons, and Martha E. J. Timmons, J January, 1922, at one o'clock p. m., at
Minors. ' the west door of the Court house in
No won December 17, 1921, Martha the City of Mangum, Greer County,
, . i S. E. Timmons as guardian of the es- , Oklahoma, offer for sale, and sell to
e eacner.s ,ue p .inning on 'ax tates and persons of James M. Tim-j the highest and best bidder at public
3 "smas ree a e sc oo monSi Joseph P. Timmons and Mar-j auction, said property, or so much
building on inlay afternoon for the tha K j Timmons. minors , 20, 18 thereoff, as shall be necessary to sat-
L ren.' , , . ! and 16 years old, respectively, filed jsfy said judgment, interests and
Duard Berry is reported doing nice- , herejn on thls day her petition f,„ („sts
i3!"- Pl and eXPeCtS l° COme authority to borrow jointly an,I sev- Dated this 19th day of December,
erally with said Martha S. E. Tim- 1921.
mons, individually, Lymon C. Tim- j
mons, Mary E. Kerbo, nee Mary E.'
Timmons, Minnis C. Timmons, Horn- 28-5t.
er G. Timmons and Ora B. Timmons. j
! adult persons who own the hereinaf-
The members of the Boys and Girls ter described real estate jointly with
Class of the First Presbyterian j said minors, and to execute note for
Church were entertained at the Manse the principal sum of $1,000.00 due pursuance of an order of sale duly is-
with a social hour, Wednesday even- | seven years after date, bearing six j sued by tiie Court Clerk of Greer i
irg. The members of Prof. Emerson's and half per cent interest from date County, Oklahoma, on the 29th day
class of boys and Mrs. Hawkin's class and payable annually, and also notes i of November, 1921, in cause No. 3360
of girls and several invited guests • for the commission of $140.00, pay- ' in the District Court of Greer County,
were present. The entertainment wa- able in installments of $70, two years ; Oklahoma, wherein F. E. Graham is
in the form of a field meet, a prize after date and $70 payable thiee years plaintiff and Mrs. D. J. Lewis is de- ;
being awarded to the winner in each after date, and mortgages as security | fendant ,to me directed, and com- I
event. A contest of jokes was also en- j fo rt'ie payment of said sums ami in ! manding me to appraise, advertise I
joyed, James Pace being the winner. < terest, upon Lots six and seven and ! and sell the hereinafter described
The class members present were An- j the East half of the Southwest Quar-' property for the satisfaction of a
tia Kate McReynolds, Irene Vaughn, ter of Section six in Township three judgment in favor of plaintiff and
Virginia Creech, Dorothy Uecke, North of Range twenty-three West of against the defendant for the sum of
Marguerite Smiley, John Smiley, j the Indian Meridian, in Greer County $206.75, with interest thereon at the
James and Edgar Pace, Jack Pace,-) Oklahoma, for the reasons in said pe- ; rate of six per cent per annum from
William Hall, Herbert Uecke, Jen- : tition stated, or to borrow three- 1 December 7th, 1921, and all costs of
nings Cotton and Reeves Holmes. The i twelfths of such said amount separ- suit, taxed at $20.40 and which prop-
following were invited guests; Gussye ately and execute notes and mort- erty is described as follows:
Evans, Mildred Wyman, Margery | gages as in said petition prayed for. j Two Trunks;
Granulated Sugar, 17 lbs $1.00
2',2 Peaches in Syrup 25c
3 large cans Pineapple $1.00
Pure Cane Syrup 75c
Heliotrope Flour $2.00
Choctaw Flour $1.90
Can't be used for some reas-
on? Bring it here for com-
plete and satisfactory repair-
ing. A good battery is well
worth mending. Don't go to
the expense of a new one
when the old one will sei-ve
you after being repaired.
Give us the opportunity to fix
it for you.
MANGUM BATTERY & IGNITION CO.
Next to Ford Garage. Telephone 238
J. E. Collier J. W. Cunningham
Store is full of good
things at good prices.
Very close prices on
Apples, Nuts, Candy.
Mrs. I. R. Warren has been on th
sick list for last few days.
W. M. TUTON, Sheriff, of;
Greer County, Oklahoma.
By Frank Elsea, Undersheriff.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE—
Notice is hereby given: That
Jessee, Mary Catherine Townsend,
Evelyn Hinds, Rachel Wilson, Mildred
McReynolds, and Alberta Fitzpatriek.
It is therefore considered, ordered] That I have duly caused said prop-j
and adjudged that the said petition he J erty to be appraised at $90.00 and i
and the same is hereby set down for that I will on Monday, the 2nd day of ]
CHRISTMAS ALWAYS BRINGS W
THOUGHTS OF BOOKS£ —
The two go together—for how can we hope to better stay
in the thoughts of our friends—than through a good
book as a remembrance gift!
In our book offering for Christmas giving this year is
found every imaginable kind or reading—from kiddie
rhymes to Oxford Bibles! Books for father, mother, sis-
ter, brother, sweetheart and the kiddies.
SINGING CONVENTION WELL
The Southveit Greer County Sing-
ing Convention met at Ijidessa, Sut
urday and Sunday, December 17 and 3
18. We were glad to see so many
there, and the interest that was man- ! 3
ifested. There were three classes rep-
resented, Hester, White Flat, and |
Center Point, and one visiting class f jj
from Harmon County.
The following program was render
ed Saturday night:
Class song by Center Point.
Children song by Primary Class. |
Male Quartette. i jj
Class Song by Center Point.
Duet by Ware Children.
Solo by Lillian McKencle
Song by Mrs. Bex's sutdents.
Solo, I-eola Logsdon
Duet by Fitzgerald children.
Class song by Center Point.
Piano Duet by Mrs. Grace Olive and i
Miss Lillian Mc'Kenzie.
Program for Week of Dec. 16-24
SHOW STARTS AT 1 T. M.
Kriduy and Saturday, December 23rd. and 24!h.
Jesse I. l.asky presents Thomas Meighan in
"The Easy lioad", with Mia Lee and Gladys
George. A Paramour! Picture.
The wife he loved had left him! Once she
thought him all that a man should be. But suc-
cess had put him on Easy Street and Easy Street
led downward. l>ownward to the bottom—and
the black river, where a hopeless waif, she saved
him. A romance ol the biggest, finest things
) ou'll ever know.
Harold Lloyd Comedy "Over the Fence"
Monday and Tuesday, December 26 and 27th.
ENID BENNETT in
"HER HUSBAND'S FRIEND"
They had wa<*,"d deep into love. Now they dared
no go forward—and could not turn back. She was
afraid to tell him who she really was. He was
bmnd to a woman he had never bc*.,, C...e . ,
AUo Larry Semou Comedy "Home, Sweet Home"
Wednesday and Thursday, December 28 and 29.
Cosmopolitan Production "Straight is the Way"
The man was a human wolf. Reared in a great
city's den of crime. Come with his pal to fleece
a village of "Country l.ambs". Come among de-
cent, simple I'olks who still believed in lote and
kindness. Believed in him!
The rest is a tale of the greatest battle earth
knows—the good against the had in a human
heart. You'll wunt to see which side won.
Educational Comedy "Nonsenne."
Friday and Saturday, December 30 and 31.
CHARLES RAY in
"AS OLD FASHIONED BOY"
He knew they were engaged, for she let him
kiss her once. So he secretely built the home of
his dreams and furnished it to surprise his bride.
But Dave didn't know women. When he found
himself with three strange babies on his hands—
The resf is a tear an a hundred laughs—Every-
one straight from the htfart.
Snub Pollard Comedy "His Beat Girl."
They are Priced
Gold pens, and pen-
cils, Bibles, Testa- Smoking Sets
ments, Candle hold-
ers, shades, etc.
Bronze bood ends as
beautiful as is hu-
manly possible t o
make them- all the
best authors in the
best leather bind-
Whittier, Riley, etc.
E. B. GEYER
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