The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 25, 1919 Page: 6 of 12
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TH« MAMJUM UTaM
Extends to you a Special Invitation to come to our Store for your Fall bill. We are not selling goods ac-
cording to what they are worth today, if we were we would mark all of our goods up about 25 per cent
We bought some of these goods nine months ago and we are giving you this special invitation to partici-
pate in the saving. We sold the best 8-oz. Duck for 30c per yard.
If you paid more than this you just lost 5 cents per yard. We can save you just as great percent on your fall bill. We have made it a rule to sell
everything at a small margin of profit on what we paid for it, regardless of what it's worth today. To illustrate; this week we received a new price
on one certain shoe we are selling. The price at the factory is $8.25. We are selling this shoe for $7.95. Now most merchants would mark what
they have on hand of this shoe up to what they will have to sell the shoe for when they buy again. Not so with us. Every shoe we now have goes at
the OLD PRICE!
Standard Oil Cloth, both
white and dark colors per
A good heavy work shirt $1.00
An extra good one for $1.25
Mens' and Boys Pretty, Solid
and Fancy colored Caps start-
ing at 75c and up to $1.95.
You can save from 25 to 75c
on each cap you want.
A good heavy Union Suit
for Men at $2.25, worth $2.50
at the factory now.
9-4 Brown Sheeting _ 64c
9-4 Bleeched Sheeting 69c
This is 10c per yard less than
it's now worth at the factory.
Best Grade of Men's Overalls
all sizes and our price is $2.00
worth $2.40 at the factory now
Mens' good heavy Unionalls
all sizes, $3.95
Worth $4.20 at factory now.
All the best grade of Out-
ing in white, pink, Blue, and
dark stripes and plaids, our
price per yard is ...„ 25c
A beautiful grade of Sea Is-
land Domestic for 25c
Worth 27c at the factory.
A dandy line of Womens
and Misses Shoes worth $4.00
and $5.00, sizes 3, 3 1-2 and 4,
choice of lot $1.95
A good heavy fleeced Union
Suit for Men $1.95
Worth $2.40 at the factory.
We sell Toilet Articles a
good deal less than you pay
regular for them.
We have a complete line of
Children's Union Suits, made
for both boys and girls, all are
priced less than they are ac-
tually worth today.
Gingham, all colors starting
as low at 221/i>c.
We are not going to tell you they are not high, they are, but as early as last February we began to
buy shoes to be delivered this fall, and shoes today, have advanced as much as 50% in some lines,
but we are selling Shoes on the same basis that we bought them. There is not a shoe in our stock
we can buy today and sell anywhere near as cheap as we are now selling them, but, we are staying
with our original practice and that is to mark the goods we have bought at a cheap price, at a
small margin of profit and when we have to pay higher for an article, sell it at higher price and not
mark up what we now have on hand. Our stock is now complete from an infant's shoe to the new-
est creation for men and women.
Men's and Young Men's Suits
There is no store in Southwest Oklaho-
ma showing such an elegant line of
Clothing and the price is always under
what you will be asked at most stores. We
have young mens' Suits in the New Waist
Line Coats ranging from $19.95 up. A
suit you can buy from us at $24,45 you
will pay at other stores $30.00. Our $29.85
Suits are being sold in other stores at $40.
We are exclusive agents for Hart, Shaff
ner & Marx, "Rico" and "Calligian"
Clothes. They are as good as the best and
you buy these at same prices you pay for
cheaper makes in other stores.
Ladies Suits, Coats
We are showing all the new styles and
Cloths that are being shown in the big
city department stores at prices in reach
of every one. i
Beautiful serges and tricolet dresses
from $19.95 up. Suits in good style and
quality from $24.45 up. Coats from $14.95
up. We are willing to compare our prices
with the largest mail order houses in the
You will also find here a complete ready
made outfit for Infants, Children and
Misses. We are exclusive agents for
"Jack Tar Togs" for childrens dresses
We were never so well sup-
plied with them. We bought
them early and^saved by buy-
ing early. We will offer them
to you at a saving.
Our Millinery Department
is brim full of the new styles
for Women, Misses and Chil-
dren. You surely can make a
selection from our stock. We
are carrying out our small
margin of profit policy in this
department, just the same as
the rest of the house. A nice
percent can be saved by buy-
ing your hats here.
We still have a few good
standard 9 feet Cotton Sacks
that we sell for $1.95
We are showing one of the
prettiest lines of Waists for
Ladies you will see anywhere.
Georgette Waists as low as
IHE MANGUM STAR
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PUBLISHED BY THE
•BEfiB COUNTY PUBLISHING Ct>j
ELMER V. JESSEE.
Editor and Business Manager
There are a lot of women around
who seem to be waiting to keep house
in the Mansion in the skies, but
whose loose activities seem to pro mist
a job for them sweeping coal dust
down below in the eel lor.
fettered at the Postofflce at Mangum,
Oklahoma,** second Claaa Mail Mat-
One Year ..
A lot of fellows stick aitHind home
waiting for Fortune to come knock-
ing, with the result that when the
knock comes it sounds like the rup,
rap of a bill collector.
Advertising rates, 20 cents per inch
tingle column. Locals 5 cents per lin» j
Mch insertion. Minimum charge 26c I
It has just about got so the only fel-
low who is safe from the profiteer, as
the one who stays at home with hi.-*
money and watches himself all the
Men are getting more and more j
like kids these days. It has got so le
raises a howl every time he fails to
get what he wants.
These days, everybody spends but
father, and he's too busy trying to
reduce the high cost of living.
It* is said that President Wilson
made two addresses at two Luncheons
in San Francisco and did not become
too full for utterance. Then? have
been some Presidents, and some
times when as much might not have
It is now said that Caranza has
just about lost out in Mexico,; even
at that he likely has more friends at
homo than Gore has in Oklahoma.
Shippers keep reporting that it has
just about got so a fellow can't get a
car set out or delivered unless one
tirst tips the brakeman. Seems like
Bolshevism, anarchy or some other
sort of general disregard for govern-
ment is getting mighty close home.
That great Story of the
North,one of the biggest
Photo Plays, "The Spoil-
ers" by Rex Beach, is
coming to the Woodrow
J. A. Stout and "Dad" Burnett of
Granite weie over and heard the ad-
dresses of Congress McClintic and
Rev. Cohen Tuesday evening.
J. W. Solomon and Mr. and Mrs.
W. P. Ponder a tended he speaking
here Tuesday evening
J. B. Hood of Granite was among
the good crowd who came over to
meet Sunny Jim Tuesday evening.
J. D. Jones, formerly county En
gineer ,i.s efficiently filling a pace in
j Curreathers Stoie here.
S. S. McCrory has accepted a po-
sition at the Gem Grocery. We aie
glad to see the boys get good position
so son after returning from oversea
G. R. Batchelor had a nice load o*
cotton here on our market Tuesday.
Alfred Carpenter, who lives just
east of Mangum, was in with a big
load of nice cotton yesterday.
Will Gray of Reed had a nice load
of early cotton on our market a few-
O. L. Byars brought in a load ot
cotton from his good farm southeast
of town a few days ago.
go on the bum. summer begins
-ane: and furthermore it seems
* suits these day
Nature dovetails events toge
Just to keep up their rampant rep- 3a„vyiy just
utation the Socialists have gone on
record against the League of Nations
according to a newspaper story. We
are not surprised, for the minute a ^ not a <|av |onjjor than the pr
Soialist stops his "agin" activities, he for wearinK them.
stops bring a socialist. Who ever
heard of a socialist actually bring
"for" anything the people ia g<
In every home where there are chil -
dren there should be a bottle of
WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. It
destroys worms and acts as a tonic in
the debilitated system. Sold by Rich-
ards Drug Store. 12-4t.Adv.
, for sale,
W. H. Diekey I3tf
W. L. Sorrel! of near Blake, brought
in a big load of hollies this week.
This is might early for bollte cotton
but this was a bale Mr. Sorrells pick-
ed last fall and stored in hi# barn.
Yellow complexion, pimples and dis-
figuring blemishes on the face or
body can be gotten rid of by doctoring
the liver, which is torpid. HERBINE
is a powerful liver correctant. It pur-
ifies the system, stimulates the vital
J organs and puts the body in fine vig-
' orous condition. Sold by Richards'
Drug Store. 12-4 Adv.
We make old mattresses new, also
make new Mattresses. See us before
I you buy. Sleep Ezy Mattress Co. Lo-
cated in old Apple House. North Ok-
A. M. Spears, and W. E. Hogan of
Granite were over here and hear!
the addresses by Congressman Mc-
Clintic and Rev. Cohen Tuesday even-
R. H. Barker, cashier of the First
State Bank of Willow* was in Man-
gum Tuesday to meet Congresj«nan
E. M. Bura. postmaster at Hobart,
was over Tuesday evening to hear
Congressman McClintic speak.
We noticed by a Detriot newspaper
that Jack Glazier of Mangum has
climed way up in the Base Ball world.
He is to play with the Detroit Amer-
icans next year. During the past sea-
son he was a pitcher and has won
26 out of 36 games he pitched the past
season in the Michigan Ontario
League. He has pitched a no hit, no
run game and a 1 hit no run game.
He is also a good batter, and accord-
ing to the reports htu? won several of
his own games by good bating. He will
be connected with a Coal Company at, - -
Henriette, Okla., this winter. The j tion with the Cicero Smith Lumber
young man referred to is J. B. Glaz- Company.
ier, or Bert, as he is called here, and'
is the son of Jno P. Glazier, who lives
A man told us yesterday that he did
not fee 1 like advertising because his
taxes were so high. This man did not
stop t.o think, or he would realize that
intelligent advertising, not only helps
pay taxes, but it helps increase busi*
ness until taxes, salaries, rents and
even advertising comes easier. Adver-
tising is the very life of business, and
its lack is the drug that puts many a
man's bank or Mercantile place to
Lynn Normap has accepted a posit
Frank Wilson son of Mr. and Mrs.
A. R. Wilson arrived home Sunday
j from a three years service in the navy.
Rpmpmhpr the "Bor-!He sened 9 months on the battle-sh,p
KemeniDer Uie DUX ( Santiago, and was for some time on
• der Legion, The Wood-j the Supply ship plying the Meditter-j
row, Friday and Satur-! T\ "f ™i
i i n j OA he ,s m'Shty glad to be home again, ]
1 daV, 1U and ZUC. ! and wilt stick by the farm for some'
1 time. I
j W. I. Brasher of near Russell wasj
i in Mangum with a nice bale of early' (
cotton the first of the week. ! Elmer Ponder, with the Pittsburg ■
! players in the American Association, j
J. T. Hulen who has a nice crop 101 has arranged to go to Cuba for a ten .
: miles northwest of Mangum brought weeks series of games.
in his first bale of cotton this week.
Swellings of the flesh caused by in- Windsor Oakes has wired froir. j
Humiliation, cold, fractures of the ■ Camp Merritt .that he is on his way 1
bone, toothache, neuralgia or iheu-j homeward. He is being expected here
matism can be relieved by applying very shortly. He was in the overseas
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. !t service many months, a part of the
should be well rubbed in over the part 3nl division in the Machine Gun
affected. Its great healing and pene- Corps.
trating power eases the pain, reduces
swelling and restores natural condi- Judge H. D. Henry is in Oklahoma
boas. Sold by Richards Drug Store City this week looking after basil
12-4t. Adv <i connection with his office.
PUBLISHERS REPORT OF THE
CONDITION OF THE FIRST
STATE BANK. OF WILLOW
OKLA, SEPT 12, 1919
Loans and discounts $90,308.23
Overdrafts, secured and
Stocks, oBnds, Warrants, etc 5,600.*)
Furniture and Fixtures - 1,467.70
Due from Banks 19,160.*t>
Checks and Other Cash Items -_70J8
Bills of Exchange 760.611
Cash in Bank 4,630.65
Capital Stock Paid in $10,000.00
Surplus Fund 1,960.90
Undivided Profits, less Ex-
penses and taxes paid 1,416.80
Individual Deposits Subject
to check 105,210.88
Time certificates of Deposit 2,250.00
Cashier's Checks Outstanding 1,689.20
STATE OF OKLAHOMA,
County of Greer SS:
I. R. H .Barker, Cashier of the above
named bank do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief so
help me God. R. H. BARKER. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 16 day of September 1919. Gei.
P. Dever, Notary Public.
H. C. FORD, Directors.
County Attorney M. H. Mills and
Sheriff Tuton are in Oklahoma City
attending a state wide meeting of the
Peace Officers of the various coun-
If jrou have city property or a farm
for sale, list with W. H. Dickey Utf
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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/m1/6/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.