The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 25, 1919 Page: 2 of 12
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IF YOU NEED AN
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abu«t five yea*»" •»* ean^nued. u- ~n#rWMM*r« m*l in th* Ui- rhil-lnm fit** infaary U> •••!**
r■»«< MMl hadnt b*^ aM- to "•* * "T*1"' 22wni Mradv baff >«*n. ol Mf. bwth toy. and *.rU |
J|4|, M'liu* «n KulaiUa .wil far »r»»r*l C*" during Aayoa* thuinnf a rhiUI from u»,
* ark Ma •«<i iu«*t«"-»"»*n ihu time I .ulfered awfully with *(».*%■> ON hl'SUA* .huuM tinti the "Wr.t Oklahoma1
aa risb i r.M> ami ima»a#-<l < ir»mp.. duly »p*lla ^ terrible LA*Oll Home" of l»rlro„. Oklahoma. an.I we
■laamoar Cato Nell* fto* JPJ *"** throbbing l>r*4ache». I *» often, will furniah a blank application to br
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Hrplainl» t IMh. l»l» rilled out ami returned »o the home.
Dr. Mr. Mi tor: Wo especially invito County Of-1
Wo ha«r noticed tliat two farmem final* to e*amim Uie law referred to.
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aiMmn i —■1 , k , ihrobbinc I raOM-ha.
pa.i Halla llaatuiaa aMl Melton »M troubled with ga. «n my .tomach that
baa* wafwrriiia ■ »* ,h* * t.loaled nw up ao J could hardly
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^#fcl nry* aiuI »« ronitpit^ that tti> arrt>#l»«l for wvrkinc ufi hun«ta>» nbuvn aih! U» rvfntwbrr lh»l tr cw»
m*4u*i*lr aUrwH mr nl Uirn^m for 1 ^ u>r from Mmk«. uk^ ear* of ft%» tin^^ Uh» oMmber ol |
OmmMMMW wmu )u»t didnt <*rm to br ablr to *rt any Miyono ahoulU bo arrr.tr.1 . •„ rn that is •»«». .oir!. » to u«.
^ oa h« r^l rritof frum thi.tmubU I ^^,or wuia.n., on hun.U). «.ra, ^r. ... y«u a-.i.t Ova
. UHMlrl pi laoaor f rr* from a dull jMJhing pain 8l|„ i.,r aaid corroa- SUIa »n «ann« fur our .Irprmlrni.
ri.h la miw 31 >oara ol a*a lha ^nall of my bMk and r»t »o arrak u. u»k why miiw «• ihildrrn m thu 4, n* o< »' ifli Coat of
——— ami rundown that I waa laid up foi ^ Mangum follu are not anwtod for Li .-inc. by Ukin* one or mow Into,
Millar Ira. H*« »*iaa tarfa much aa a w«*k at a tim*. working on Sunday. ^our home, thua ul.o in« tha County
. . tmIomI of hoc* lor "Tanlar ha» donr me a wonderful un. a nuinber of buaine.* Mme* and rapef" in rrovlding for
rT"«!ek ilurina IK* wm I he record .mount of «o.hI; I eat three mrnl. a no( euxtnitnK hotal* and nr.- il.e^e children am' bl.-wi'r.f your home
„i .bipnienia irom the 101 Ranch here (U|) now. ,nd am never troubled with UuninU ^ #Uy 0|M.n Sunday ,»h r nice, bn* .t mtilllr« nt child,
to market or a UMal aaloa off the . ,m|i*e»tion. bloating or headMhea ^ Mantrum, while other citiea keep for we accept no other and we bnnfc
r.nch in h»M alone of »l»7.ooo Thin My k)lln,.ym dont worry me and I an. lhf>m r,olle<1 unU, b p m. them frae of expenaee to you.
ynar will n< t »how ao well for the rea not now. My condition ha* would lika to a»k why they aro —
y«i«r Will net »l»ow M> wru III. «... not ^^Hpntrd now. My con<liUon han
M« thai Ibe Millar Hroihera ara per jm vrd ^ , fmn do all houaework
Milting their herd, to run ou» in or- ^ ^ well in every way and
4*r to .tock up anain. alro»»ar '»» |,av« heanl about my re-
•»h «" "•nd*rd Swy come to aee if all they h«a, ia
true, and it don't take me Ions to con-
vince them of the facta.'
PKODMKTKR SHOWS BLKPHANT
WALKKD 23 MILKS IS ONE DAY
Consider a cireua menagem-; then
_ J M. I aL. Mal
Arcuratp Measure, You See ll
Gasoline, Oils, Grease*
\11'ti ilia Filling Station
ever bafore. won
raglaterad lio«. M.ncaforw.rd th.y
aspMi to make boa arowlng one of
ibe chief Industrie* on lha faaaoua
Noble county ranch.
Hanry Andro^a. bank robbar. who
to aervlng a twenty year aaniance in
•he alaia prlaon at McAtaaler. aikad
• ha crtminal'court of appoala to dto-1 ^ into memory and find the rea
mlaa bla appeal which «aa thought I
Th" h« ' hi effect of affirming tho
oonvici ion and aantence Andrawa
robbed lha Farmer. State Bank at
Oarvm. m McCurtain county, ol
»TT».1S in May. l»lt.
General Repairing of all
kinds of machinery. Ma*
chine fdrgings, Acety-
lene and forge welding.
P. J. Boyle, Prop.
What do Ycu
Do With Your
We Want them ami - *»"
oa\ the top market pi ery
We also c:;n liarnil' ti you-
spring chickens. Brin^ them ia
and let us give you the hest
We buy cream. The best pay-
in? business on the farm today
Cone in and arrange to tret .me
of our weekly cream chechs.
Niirth Oklahoma Ave.
$19% Reward, $10«
The r»adei» of
pleaard «o laa-'~
one di ndtil
been afcla «• cure in
tK.t la cMairh C»•
acta thni the H > • 1
ta »» of the
IM (wiliMI'l of «N
»nt atretunh 'T •
tati*i la th* <-an«fi«
r.-.ry* •"* '
Howtrnt I --.'t,r» for
paper will be
M-rt i. at laaat
tl »t science haa
alt it* ...ca. ta4
*rrh b-inir areatlr
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n ttw M . «> aur-
• i. •>>* .Vnmrt—
: ^ ( .rig the
■ig Ineraaaa Shown In Valua of Cropa.
Plgurea compiled by the Btatiatlcal
department of the atate aKricultural
departmeni *how the total approxi-
mate value of the leading cropa,
poultry. ewtH. cream and butter pro-
duced in Oklahoma in 1919 ia $506.-
Jfta.OOO, which i» the hlgheat valua
at /en In several yoara.
Corn, according to the figures, ia
the most valuable of all cropa. tho
eatimated productio not 65,713 bushels
beins valued at »12».913.000. Cotton.,
with an estimated production ol!
771 000 bales and a valuation of »119,-
505.000. Is second. Wheal is valued at
Poultry is valued at $9,946,000 and
egjts at $3,400,000.
Tho crop estimates, with their i
value, were all taken from the fore-;
cast of the crop report tor August, Is-;
sued bv the t'nited States department,
01 agriculture and the state board of
The tiKures on cream were worked
uo and the price based on an average
' price lor the year. In July there waa
2 235.000 pounds of butter lat mar-
, ketod for a total value of $1,118,000.
Figures on poultry were estimated
from an average ol' 1.637 reports show-
i in^j the number of poultry on tarms
' to be 102 per farm.
A oreat majority of the members of
the legislature are in favor or the ere-,
ation or a deficiency tor the comple-
tion of new buildings at the state
school lor the blind at Muskogee, ac-
cording to the questionnaire sent to
members of the law making .body ask-
ing lor an expression trom them on'
this subject. Only tour of those who i
have answered oppose the proposed,
deficiency of $15,000.
With a decreased acreage, Oklalio->
ma will produce nearly 200,000 more,
bales of cotton this year than last, ac-j
1 cording to the average estimate of
more than fifty members of the Okla-
homa Slate Cotton Kxchange which
held it9 annual meeting at Oklahoma
City. The highest estimate for the
season's crop was 987.000 bales, with
the lowest at 650,000. The average
of the fifty estimates was 823.6481
bales as against 672.000 bales last'
John A. Whitehurat, president of
the state board or agriculture, has;
proposed to Governor Robertson tho:
opening of from ten to fiftean central
meat markets to be operated by th«
atate in some ol the larger cities. The
purpose or the markets would be. Mr.
Whitehurat says, to demonstrate that
mest ca* be sold more cheaply than
st present, or that butehera are not
charging unfair prices. The propoaal
will be an acceptance or the challenfO^
of the Oklahoma Meat Healers' Aaa«v
eiation at their convention in Okla-
homa last month.
Caunty Commiaaicnera caa make a
tax lew for the purpose of carry lag
on tick eradication work without b»
in* petitioned to do so by laxpayara,
it was held by t*e attorney general'!
department in an opinion to latimer
count > officials. The only chanfa
made in the law. It is held, is to limit
Ihe amount of tba levy to one mHl.
Vats in 1-atiniei county have been
blown up and official, threatened wltb
violence opponenta of the levy haea
«Miende<i the county roaimisalonera
could not m»'«e the levy without b*
lag petStiona^ to do ao.
able and you
thought that usually comes with the
entrance into the tent. The little bo;'
with the red necktie will pea*) am
wer. Correct. Thank You.
The poor animals never frt any ex-
ercise And that ia just where the mia-
take comes in concerning menagerie.
For the animals really get more ex-
ercise than they need—if they care to
take it. Incidently that statement
brings a proof in a happening ii
We would like to a.k why they are
not arreated ? In Ihekey'a lettet to u«,
he inaiated that we do not cut wheat
. v . If yur brain don't work right and
he inaiated that we do not cut^ wheat fp<.| urrd and laxy you may be
on Sunday. Cutting wheat amiIfteding ^ your tytUm u clogged up some-
the world ia far more urgent than ael-1 whfrp y<>u ^ take Prickly A aft
ling gaaoline for Joy rldea, cigars. B|tu.r|< ,t j# H thorough ayatem tonic
and driaka, or painUng houaea all of bowel purifier, it invigorates am.
which ia done In Mangum. Do not r -
think I am in favor of cutting wheat
on Sunday, but wkat ia good for the
gooae ia good for the Gander.
Again, why not buy your bread on
Saturday. Selling on Suaday U a* had
aa cutting wheat or plowing.
T. E. LOVELACE
Route One, Reed, Okla.
NEW ORPHANS' HOMK
strengthen# both body and bruin.
Price $1.25 per bottle, Maagum Drug
Co., Special Agents. 16-i
STOCK YABD BBPORT
Cattle were about steady today aad
sheep aad hogs to 25 cents higher.
Liberal receipts are reported at all
markets and the movement from the
range country ia large.
Receipts today were 28,000 cattle,.
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Jessee, Elmer V. The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 25, 1919, newspaper, September 25, 1919; Mangum, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc284423/m1/2/: accessed August 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.