The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 25, 1919 Page: 5 of 12
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"Heatly Bros., Doubles
Capacity of Gin."
Heatly Bros, have this season added
four seventy-saw stands to their Gin ana
two Kemper cleansers, the best made,
they separate the dirt and trash from the
cotton and don't tear up the staple.
They also have all line shafts on roller
bearings, they have a ginning capacity o t
100 bales per day. They have Mill am;
Export connections for Cotton and Cot"
ton Seed and can pay the highest market
price. We hold steam and Gin every day
day in the week.
Ginners and Cotton Buyers
dam is rrr>»a —•
nhoulii oe ir-ntlc and easily hnndlt-.l.
Attention ahoukl also be paid to
the eyes. A blind sow is likely torteP
on and injure her puis. Careftil »tU-n_
1 non to these details at this time will
I have u tendency to add to the vaiu<«
of the bleeding herd and to the num
ber of pijr* that me V brou*ht to ma-
You are invited to see J. H. Robert-
'son, at Reed, Okla., for Real Estate
| bargains, Rood improved agriculture
! farms as there are anywhere, ranch
i places, houses and lots, small truck |
farms, town lots, and small places of I
any kind, in most any locality, Okla-
homa, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado,
Arkansas, and other states. Some
tfood live stock, property of any kind.
Let me get you a buyer for you 1919
Icrop. If vou wish to rent your land
or if you wish to lease your land see
'me. I have farms to lease and farm-
11 rs seeking leases. If you wish to sell
j buy or trade see me.
' PLAY SAFE by insuring your
: property with Covington Bros. 106
N. Okla Ave. Mangum, Okla. 49tf
ar. inn" i»-"
the i ail road administration in
iiien market on competitive bids
Mr ItedHeld Is the slsth man to
l«ave I lie cablMt durum it.e aU y«nr«
or President Wtlnons admin 1st rat Ion.
Olliaia were Socretary of State Hryan
Hacretary ol War. tSarrtson, Keerotarj
ol the Treasury McAdoo, Attorney
This we can not answer all-together, but we are still buy-
ing and adding to our stock, to be able to supply your wants
at as close a price as is possible for us to do so.
We have no premiums to offer for we believe some one
has to pay for these.
Remember our price on Flour, per cwt. - $5.25
Our notion stock is complete. New goods coming every
Try a auit of our Shieldala, a one-piece work garment for
men and boys.
Buyers of Countiy Produce and—
Despensers of High Grade Groceries.
Your good biuiineHB has jua.mcd u* in incrt'a»ing our
utoek of Kord Part* and Acce jrien about 500% in the hurt
We appreciate thin business and are installing more shop
equipment so that we may give you better service in that de-
We are not merely interested in the prolU that we make
in the sale of cars. We want to give you service that will
make you glad that you boug.it a Ford.
The demand for FORDSON TRACTORS was so great the
season past, that only one out of about every ftve sold could
be delivered. Better make arrangements for a Fordson
Also we have the Farm Tools and Implements that go
with the Fordson, Gang-Plows, Disc Plows, Disc Harrows,
Grain Drills, and a two-row Lister now in Stock.
phonc 212 Across Street from the City Hall.
Wm. C. Red field.
Oneral Gregory and Attorney Genera:
MeReynolds, who was appointed tc
the supreme court.
LABOR MEET OCTOBER 6
AH Oroanixations Will Be Represent
ed by Delegates
From Leslie's Weekly)
The conservative workingmen of the
United States should begin to
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threaten to do the cause of honest
labor unspeakable harm. It is no long-
er a question of work or of wages. K
is a question of taking the 'ndustn^
of the country by the throat and
compelling them to recognize, wheth-
they wish to do or not, the sovereign
of a few radicals who claim to repre-
sent organized labor.
The American workingmen has al-
ways been distinguished ^above every
Wilbur Teams left Friday morning
for Tyler, Texas, where he will ente»
I have received my new machine. I a telegraphy school for the coming
and will be pleased to receive your j school year.
orders for work ofthis kind. All work
guaranteed and your patronage ap- j FQR SAIJi: Good cream separator
predated. Mrs. J. W. Short, ! Will sell cheap, Phone 2-4 on 2200.
Phone 189. 15-ltp.
Washington—The conference call-
ed by President Wilson to discuss re-
lations between labor and Industry
will meet Oct. 6 and will be composed
of 5 persons selected by the chamber oeeji alBWI.B„.„
of commerce of the 1'nited States 6 * ^ for his common sense, h»:
by the National Industrial Board, 15: juclgment and his patriotism. All
by the American Federation °f 'ab^ * th make a burning appeal to him
3 by farming organisations, and 3 by of tnef denounce unsound
investment bankers, and 15 by repre- at h..s hou. to denou ^ ^ ^
sentatlves of the public. j leadership and yt g Bol8hevist
_____ i tructive 1. vv. w. •»»*
German Soldier. Kill American. gtripe which if not sp^day ^thron
Coblenz. Private Reass Madsen, ol erf will bring about a colossal rea
Sacramento, Calif., was shot and in'| tion in which the workman and his do-,
stantly killed by German soldiers ia, dents wU1 be the principal suffer- ,
the neutral zone about a mile trom v
the boundary of the Coblenz brldge- ers- a fool>8 paradise
head. Madsen and Private Bert Bah, Let u, get ou
ninirer of the Eighth infantry, who as quickly as we can.
had been on outpost duty, were deer j The volcano smokes.
hunting when they encountered a Ger. -ZZTZi'tTiv
man patrol of thirteen soldiers. Ac- VACCINES VALUF.
cording to Balsinger, the German* By Arthur R. Lewis,
began firing without asking an expla- Health Commission^
nation as to why the two AmerlcaM malcontents who opposed
were In the neutral zone. ^ etaty health department's cam-
Trace. of Mluing Army Flier. Found, paiga against
Q in Ili»trn. Cal.—Searchers for Lieu- j mer probably will fin(1 SP** . .s®
race, of wwa " ' , , "
San Ulego, Cal.-Searchers lor Lieu
tenants F. B. Waterhouse and C. H.
Connelly, army aviators, who bare
keen miaalag from Rockwall **M
since August SB. reported by rafla
the men were laat seen while flytag
over San Juaa de Dios. a I^wer Call-
fornia settlement «0 miles southeast
mer probably ^
tion in the figures on typhoid mortal
ity, just compiled by thw department
We started administering typhoid
fornia settlement «0 miles saatheast; we ^ were out ol
of Saa Qnentm. l« »«es down th, | typhoid fever, whereas
conrt from Saa Plego. ^ mg during the same month there
Wilson to Review Fleet at Seattle. 1 were 8V. Months
Seattle - President Wilson will re 0nly one-third as ma^ i1
view the Pacific fleet here at 4 p. m... from typhoid after ^e vac^ae
Saturday. September 13. ministered. Of course the whole cause
of the reducton may not be .ue to
Chicago Firm Buy. Doniphan Barracks' vaccine ibecau.se we didn't reach every
Lawton. - Buildings of Camp Doni : one jn the state, but some f the ue-
phan at Fort Sill, were sold to Harris fraag(. mav V-e credited to the car.i-
Brot hers of Chicago for *61.000;
Twenty thousand men Irom Missouri V ^ ^ p^ive that if evei-y one in
and Kansas were trained at Camp -tate will have the vaccine admin-
DonipUan tor the Thirty-flflh div.s.oa b,, no tvpho,'
of the national army. deaths'among our citizens next yea. |
Six Aliens Eescare From Ellis l.land Let's banish this disease, as they > u
New Yoi . "*v • .'»ns wTio have jn the ai-my and navy.
lK-en lit-lil at Kllis Island awaiting de
pr^-tation. it was announced
by immigration oflfieials.
guarantee every job we do. ami |
everv suit or overcoat we sell. Sec ;
■ „ur very fine line of Fall and Wintei
Germs entering the body with the Overcoat and Suit Samples. We will
air we breathe aiv harmless if the be ^rVkTm^ sen ice.
stomach, liver and bowels are healthy. & Htad. North of Star C-fe.
If these organs are torpid and full of phone 161.
impurities the germs thrive and bring
on a spell of sickness. To keep tlK"
i vital organs in ^ conditio* tak. ^ ^^^^kVhoma - n
bottle. Maagan. Dnig Co. S^ctal Ag « MlU,uk^
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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/m1/5/: accessed June 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.