The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 11, 1919 Page: 2 of 12
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(Imm ehaM.n-1 to OMifcW' mm I Mr «,! Mrs- (-O. Gilcknat v^Wd
imI«* f*" **"• • fri—iii ud nltliw » Ka.d, OkU.
IM.tM. Mcef4lu «• •■•PO** ; )a*t waeh.
»• |w * Morn* meraiao ol «Ulo. w I) Ewall m*<ir com#
r. h Mid is Ikr trrr#i»r» ol state '•* ! monu on hi* f«r» U»t woofc.
ib, rMWI)iU ol lb* pap*™ showiM Mr. and Mr* U. M. lUrrott *w If
I will tell at Public Auction at m
blic Auction at my farm 4 mile*
west oi Mangum, Beginning at 11
Tuesday, December 1
Horses, Cows, Hogs and Chickens
fiF/lni . _
1 jryny tnare, 8 vrs. old. In foil by Jack
2 cows with young calves; 1 cow giving
milk; I two year old heifer, fresh soon;
1 coming 2 year old bull; 2 yearling
heifers: 1 youn" bow, farrow soon; 2
dozen leghorn hens; 2 farm wagons; 1
Buggy; Some chain harness, bridles,
collars, etc., 3 cultivators; 1 Dcoring
Binder; 1 row binder; 1 Van Brunt
wheat drill; 1 2-section harrow; 1 1-sec-
tion harrow; 1 stalk cutter; 1 Deere
plow; 3 riding listers; Many other arti-
cles not mentioned. Many articles of
Household and Kitchen furniture.
FREE LUNCH WILL BE FURNISHED
IB* rewmxw — , ii.ti-
thie eapttallaaiMMi amounts to a Mil*
ifcaa aw #"
Mtmktrt oI • ho tialoaUo* Ttilaa
■*n foreo mar bo com pal lad •• mu-
render their uaM earda or glee up
Ihoir jot* aeoardiaa to a lotloi by At-
tommy General rreeiing from Mayor
C H Hubbard of Tulaa llubbard
Hyi |bo polio force of Tulsa la us-
luataed a ad affiliated f»b lb* Amort-
... federal ion of L*bor. aad dootaroa
lb* oib of members of tbo tabor led'
..ration is "at rtabt aaataa wKh tho ^ Wm
oalb of theee mm. £I!l Several of the pair,
loyalty cannot bo obtained white IMP
an Bombers of tta* uak»a
town ►hoptun* Saturday
J K. Ko-wher >i»ul->d kim Ane aJ
falfa hay lo market la»t wort.
J. P. Po*U>r p4rrha*«a u Kurd t'*
J. W. Brad aha" made a bu»i«*r
trip to the easteta part of the state
L. 0. M-Ktnley of near Louisville
Kentucky is visitlnc frills and na-
tives on the route this week and ma)
loe-te In this part of the country.
School at Union Hill is pn»*re»«»n»c
nicely with MIm*s Thompton and
lurnrvan u\ uw »®»""
Several of U»e patron* of the route
killed hop* IA»t week ami kindly r»
membered the carrier In a Rood sub-
j -t.-intial way. . # I
SIECIAL BARGAINS Mr. and Mr*. K. n. Davis of neai j
Granite visited at th* home of Mr I
~~ „ . ,1 „nt| Mr*. L. 8. Hughes one day last
i'"Olt SALE: Three fine imorovci. |
■uarter section* of land near Mai. , , j
gum, will *4*11 one or all of them par (;ornjH entering the body with the
.mli and balance on time at 7 per ^ breathe are harmless if the,
str •K^E'TL " -Wi
u"i?'um? mow"(kn 1« m I .mpuntk-. Ih. Bnn. «rf b«i' I
.ivatina, house, ham. orchard an . j on a spell of sickneh*. To ken t i
>U.er improvements. $37.00 an ac;« vital organs in good condition last
Kanr No. H, about 4 miles N. W. u i Pnckly Ash Bitters. It purifies an<
dui.gum. this is a fins mixed Klin | reflate* the system. Price $125 jwi
bottom farm, house, fencing, bam bott|f>i jnangum Drug Co. Special A?
jrchard and other improvmcnU. nic:H ^
than 110 acres in cultivation. Pr>t, I |
M5.fs> an acre.
Farm No. 9, IS miles we*t of Mci • AAff | LOOK !
mm on the Ozark trail thi« i >.a Un<-; LUUli I " LVV,U 1
uaii»T section of land that makes . PRODUCK SPECIAL
bale of cotton to the acre., ha> good market on cow Hides
STnSS. Price'$40 an*aci"e" ! aso toy alUind, of Produce Chicken.-
V-t "e shew vou lnc\e farms, the | Eggs. Butter, also want to buy your
ire your chance to buy a fine fa. m j Turkeys. Will pay the top Price. Don
ind i'et posseHsirn for only part casr I forget the place.
m l balance on time at 7 per cent.
C BOBERTS, Mangum, Oklahoma.
Phone 583 or call at 419 W. Lincolr
Deposits Guaranteed by the
Depositors Guaranty Fund
of the State of Oklahoma
If the farmer doesn't sleep
well at night, he cannot
work well in the day. He
will not sleep well at night if
he is compellel to worry
about his money. He will
have no need to worry about
his money if it is deposited
The Guarantee State Bank
TERMS: A credit of one year will be given on note with unproved security, bermn?
10per cent from date. Cash on all sums of $10.00 and under. 5 per contdiscoun^
e«tsh on sums over $10.00.
J. W. Bradshaw, Owner
COL. A. C. WATT. Auctioneer. L- S- NOBLE, Clerk
Why you should use
Cardui, the woman's
tonic, lor your troubles,
have been shown in
thousands of letters from
actual users ol this mcdi-
i ne, who speak tiom
i:2iwj:ia! ?xj)fricnce. It
the results obtained by
other w omen tor so many
rer sc( for wartime food and fuel
; control, scored the government at the
conclusion of the conference. So did
William Green, secretary of the mine
The government plan for settling
the soft coal st.lke which embodied
a 14 per cent wage increase tor min-
GOVERNMENT'S EFFORT TO » "nJ "" ,h" —
Reasons! K ]4PERCFHTINC.
Why you should use ^ ' '
torgei ure F"" ' •
STAR WAGON YARD PRODLCE
* 2if>.2IC r.iP^'Hc B«il it j, 1' h Wuant Sti.,
Kavj City, Mo.
ESTABLISHED 1870-80 YEARS IN EAHTJAS CITY.
trnii'"! ia Chronie, Henron ud Priftle litems
Con.ult.tion tree «nd confldenttal. No deWntion from biuintM. r>-
tients at u distance successfully treatsd. Charges low.
• ■_ _ j «u»t Successfully treated without operabaa
Stricture HO Bl®8t no instruments—no pain—no danger.
BAA* -Describing diseases-free at office or lentjealejl a
BOOR plain wrapper. latest Treatment for Blood Po«m.
9 A. M. to 7 P. 11; Sundays and Holidays 10 to 12 —&•
UUlCi nv/inui »wi ov
yr»ai s have been so uni-
formly Rood, why not
give Cardin a trial?
The Woman's Tonic
Mrs. Mary J. Irvin, ol
Cullcn, Va., writes.
"About 11 years a^o, I
suffered untold misery
with female trouble, bear-
ing-down pains, head-
ache, numbness ... I
would go for three weeks
almost hent double . . .
My husband went to Dr.
for Cardui . . .
Alter la!:inR about two
bottles I bc^an Romg
around and when I took
tliree bottles 1 could do
all my work." E-80
I LEWIS HINTS iROUBH HOUSE
And Administrator Garfield
That the Government l»
Prepared To Maintain Order
At the Mines.
Washington. An abrupt end c;imo
to nil attempts to settle the nation-
wide coal strike by peaceful agree-
Miners and operators spent a blt-ak
Thanksgiving afternoon in enibittei-
etl debate over the government pro-
,M>sal lor a 14 per cent wage increase,
made bv Fuel Administrator Garfield,
rejected' it, and every other proposal
that was forthcoming, and then dis-
solved sin die.
•aiticipants went home and where
the break left coal strike conditions,
one ol them, miner or operator,
vould say. Ukewlw. in official quae
"rs there was pllenei>.
A,.t in:' President John T„ I^wis of
the mine workers, although refusing
tr) s„y i, v.o-d as Co the strike itself,
which theoretically was called ofT in
iirnce to the ft dent 1 court injunc
ii,.n holding it a violation of the l.e-
should be no increase in the price
paid by the public, was laid before
the miners and operators by Fuel Ad-
Miners Well Paid.
Dr. Garfield said the lowest wages
paid to miners was $4.75 a day, and
that working 200 days a year, Ithe min-
Replies imuin ,eturn amounted to $950. That
Fully sum. he added, "is a little higher than
wages in other employment, and this
Is without considering the 14 per cent
increase." . _
Altitude Record For South Arr)««ca
Santiago. Chile. Major Huston of
the British army, attached to the Chil-
ean army, as an aviation instructor
broke the altitude record f«r Sou^
America. He ascended 21.400 feet in
■ I ;:vo new 11. tments of land eveiy
New buyers an- romitiK to see
nery dav. We are selling land
rv day in the week. If you want
„'il a farm or buy a farn, see u.<
, < vou close your deal. If you i
lo: n or some insurance, re-
i ,.«> are in the business to stnv.
Robei-tson & Co. Upstairs over
the Slaton Bldg. 26 tf-
LAW VS. ANARCHY.
••I cannot be resronsible for any
further disturbances which this
pol:cy of the flovernment may
bring," said John I- Lewis, presi-
dent of tie Unitod Mine Workers,
after the miners, l-ad rejected the
-The government will keep or-
del." was the quiet response of
Or. Gai field, when told of the Lew-
Governor Refuses Pardon For Moony
Sacramento. Cal.-Gov. W .Warn D.
Stephens has refused the plea lor par-
dons for Thomas Mooney and Warren
K. Billings, convicted on a charge o
participation in rhe preparedness day
parade bomb outrage m San. Fran-
Yae.uis Beheacj Cfcines*.
Moctezuma.—Ouring a raid by Tft-;
qui Indians on Chinese ranches south
„f here the Yaquis killed and behead-,
ed six orientals, after stealing every- ,
tbina of value and drivi* off a« the
live-stock in the vicinity.
Yayqui Indians Executed-
Agua Prieta. A Yaqui chieftain
named Oroz und ten |
, executed at lmurus. north of Magda .
| lena. in this state, alter the ndians
; had made a raid on several small
■ ranches in the vicinity.
Will sell Public Auction at farm half mile east and 1 mile south of Willow
Monday, December 15th
o ^ : * 11 o r« fnllnwine Drooertv:
Beginning at 11 a. m. the following property:
8 Head Standard Bred Horses
Chickasha Business College
Established 16 Years
One of the leading: Business Colleges of
the South. We have succeeded because
our pupils succeed. /
"Every pupils in a good I -»»
Write for a Catalogue.
Siate Enriched By $24t.000
Ait. r nearly ten >ears of litigation
and almost endless detail work, the
Oklahoma express rate refunds were
ended last week when the corporation
commission turned over three MOW
10 the commissioners of the land ofti
,-e aggregating I244.333.H4. represent
ing the unclaimed amount of the total
tefund of $425,000. which escheated to
At the same time »42.5«'« was turned
over by the corporation commission
.o the state treasurer for the a""1™'
revenue lund. this repres.ntinc the 10
per cent commission collected by the
<-omn»i sion for its work in makin*
M> act of the last tegislature pr©^
tides that the amount turned over to
the commissioners of the land office
shall torn, the nuclens of the new
home loan bill The home UmM bdl
will not beenroe effective until tbo
«nrt of next July and It ia the plan of
,, M hool Uod eoonm » ooe-
,h, - m>'< from the rate reftrnde
i W*d* n the meant,me.
The refund was made to the com
i'-hn abnet live »ewra ago b> '■»
dams, t nlled State,. A»erl«. a»d
Hla rara® e»pre^« eo«»pa»< * an«l
nre tk«-n ti* nton-f ba* be^n •«'4
i Iiav Horse, ."> yrs. old, I6V2 hands high.
! Sorrel Horse. 4 yrs. old, 1« hands high.
' (irev Horse, 15i/2 hands high, wt., 1000 |)Oiiinds.
I Uav" Pillev, coming 4 yrs. old, 16 hands high.
1 Sorrt-1 Fiilev. coming 3 yrs. old, h>1- hands high.
t liay Horse, coming 2 yrs. old.
1 llay Mare, <> yrs. old, in foal by jack.
; Horse Mnle, coming yrs. old, 14^ hands high.
! Horse Mule, coming 4 yrs. old, 14VL* hands hiji.
TERMS- A credit of 11 months will be given on note
t!alr/ Oil all sums of $10.00 and under cash 111 hand.
t Mare Mule, coming :? yrs. old, 13»/2 hands high.
30 High Grade Jersey and Holstein Cows 10
t Jersey Cow, 6 yrs. old, giving milk. Fresh in March
1 Jersev Cow, 5 vis. old. Will be fresh by day of sale
1 jerSoy and Red Polled Cow, 4 yrs. old, young calf
; heifers 3 vrs. old. All fresh soon.
1 2-year old heifer, will be fresh soon.
1 extra good cow, 5 yrs. old, fresh soon.
t yearling steers; 3 good yearling heifers.
Thoroughbred Shorthorn Bull, 2 vrs. in spring, wt.,
. with approved security bearing ten per eeut from
per cent discount for cash 011 sums over ten
LUNCH ON GROUNDS
A. C WATT
C C HOLDEN, Clerk
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Jessee, Elmer V. The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 11, 1919, newspaper, December 11, 1919; Mangum, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc284352/m1/2/: accessed December 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.