The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 27, 1907 Page: 1 of 8
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CIIYMON, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 27,1*7.
From a perfect fitting shoulder. Our
Schloss Clothes are entirely unlike ordi-
nary Ready-made garments.
They have a character and individuality all
They fit with a nicety.
They become the wearer.
They are, in a word, the ne plus ultra of gentle*
DENNY BRO'S & LATHAM
Dealers In UDIE'S and QENT'S DRESS GOODS and NOTIONS.
North Main St. Guymon. Oklahoma
THE NEW STORE
Justacross the street from Dickey'* Land office,
where we have opened a store consisting of
Our Roods are new and fresh. We are buying and selling for caab. hence,
it will pay you, if you buy for cash to get our prices before buying.
We have both heavy and light hardware
also stoves, graniteware and tinware. A
good line of groceries, flour and feed.
You will find both lines, groceries and hardware, complete, and our prices
right. Produce token in exchange.
SHIEL & GRIFFITH,
East Side, Main Street.
B U Y
While You Can
Buy Them Cheap
ALL THINOS IN READINESS.
trniwuill fcriMHte (* !«*•
britton; Hes.t. B. Ferfanea WW Be Here;
Dalhart and tojwm Will Play Ball.
The Railroad is being built, nnd a Dollar Invested Now leans Big Profit
Past experience in the Railroad towns in this country shows that Lots
bought at the right tine always pay big profits.
SI5H BUYS A LOT
SeeO. S. JENTorT.E LATHAM,
They Will Explais Conditions.
Everything in In readiness for the
biff Fourth of Julj Celebration which
flUPMM wiltpnll •& «to week from
today. When the nalule ,of thirteen
guns pulls the tirdt feathem from the
tail of the eagle the fun will have
commenced in earnest, and for three
days Guymon will turn the town over
to the visitors, who will oome for
miles to celebrate. Everyone the
country over knows that when Guy-
mon advertises a big time there will
be something to go to. The Commer-
cial Club of this town has a faculty
of doing things that impresses a visit-
or. This occasion will but demon
strata another time that there ia a
burg full of good fellows here who
are willing and ready to put up all the
money needed, and devote their time
and energy towarda perfecting a pro-
gram that will meet with the appro-
bation of every man, woman or child
who comes to this town to spend the
In another place In thin Issue will
be seen the program for the Fourth
of July. This gives *ome idea of the
arrangement, but it will hardly be
sufttcient to inform the people of the
many pleasant things that will be
given on the aide for their entertain-
ment. Some of the things that will
make it well worth anyone's time to
attend are as follows:
Governor Ferguson will address the
people of Beaver county on the morn-
ing of the Fourth. "Honest Tom"
ia recognized as one of the best
public speakers In all Oklahoma, and
his address that day will be freighted
with good, sound sense, blended with
enough of the oritorical effort to
please even the most rampant along
thia line. Hia address will be a good
one, that much you can depend upon.
Then there are all the free entertain
menta, the minstrel shows, the horse
races, and the ball games. Dalhart,
which haa one of the best teams in the
whole oountry, will play the Guymon
boy a for pursw aggregating WOO.
Guymon has lost but one game thia
year and probably haa the fastest team
up and down the road. In the evenings'
there will be displays of flreworks that
will rival the best towns anywhere.
There will be something going on all
and your perfect entertainment is
assured. Why not come to Guymon,
where you will see something that will
give you pleasure to think about for
weeks after it is all overt
Next week the HkkaM) will be
printed and mailed on Wednesday
afternoon. This will necessitate our
going to press a little earlier In the
week, and we trust that our cor-
respondents will get all matter In
early. The whole office force is de-
serving of a celebration, along with
the reat of suffering humanity, and
we are going to take it. Get your
news In early.
TO BUILD A BW ELEVATOR.
The Members el the Farmers' CeO^HM
Ansedetiea Met at the f
J. 8. Fischer, of Texhoma, was In
town yesterday afternoon with a
telegram In his pocket from Guthrie
stating that the injunction filed by
the disgruntled counties against the
proposed division aa provided in
the constitution to be submitted for
ratification had been dissolved. This
means an election will be ealled as
soon aa the convention can convene
and a new date can be set. There
talk of the fight being carried to the
Supreme Court of the United Statea
but there Is every indication that the
fellows behind it will get It rlgfct
where they have this time. The most
of the people in Oklahoma have
formed an opinion aa to what they
think of the constitution and we hope
that they will now have a oh anoe to
vote on it. *
WM Be Ne OrafNag Affair.
The report la being circulated in
some localitien that every thing in Guy
mon will be charged for on celebra-
tion day. This is the rankest kind of
a lie. Practically the only thing that
will be charged for is the ball game
and the dance, and in the former case
the terrific expense connected with
the aecurlng of competent players
makes this imperative. Anyone who
s these games will get his money's
worth. Do not hesitate to coine to
Guymon because of the expense. You
can see more free this year than e?er,
and can spend all the time here you
want with no cost save that of board.
Guymon hasn't U In for anybody.
Come on and have a good time with
Last Weak ef the NeraaL
The members of the Farmers' Co-
operative Association met at the
Bonner school house Friday and held
ptcfaic. Ia uiuf—dw alllf Uric
„ oer l good tins the auhjeH of
building a reamfnoth Bill and elevator
waa taken up and dlaensaed. Ths
association plana to bnlld a large
plant ia the immediate future, and
while the location haa not has* deci-
ded upon, It is pretty generally
oonceded that Guymon will get a
chance to take In the ucnanrn. Tha
Guymon Comuaereial Cinb waa tft
have bean present at this mssttag bat
was unavoidably pwiihd from
putting la ita appearance. Tha
association has poeitlvely decided to
build tha mill and elevator and the
matter haa been placed ia tha haada
of the board of directors. Further
than this the Herald la unable lo
give mora Information. Tha next
meeting of the Aoekholdera haa been
set for October, which ia the regular
annual meeting date. While enter-
Grises of this sort are floating around
t tha time for Guymon t* pull than
New Ufa per far Haanlerd.
i new paper will be start-
ed thia week at Hansford, Texaa.
Mr. Paroella, the editor and owner,
waa In Ouymoa tha latter part of
the week trying to hire pHaters. Hare's
wishing the aew enterprise a upleadld
The Institute, which has been In
progress In Guymon for the last
four weeks, will close Friday night,
when the examinatlona will wind up
the work of the preaent term. The
teachers will have the queetlonn to
answer today and tomorrow. We
have heard nothing but words of
praiae for the preaent Institution,
many declaring that it has been the
best and most successful In the history
of the county. Certain It is that
County Superintendent Baker has
done her best to make thia normal
all that could be asked for. Guymon
will miss the host of sohool teachers
which have been her guests for the
past few weeka, and wishes them the
very beat of auooaaa la the examina-
tlona now eonfroatLag them. May
their sehool work for the aaautag
aeaaoa ha aa ploeeaat aa their
ate? with an haa beea.
WM Ciees al I P. M.
We, the underaigned merchants aad
business men bf Guymon, Oklahoma,
hereby agree and pledge ouraelvea to
close our buslnees houses at 8 p. m.
dally, except on Saturday on tha aad
4th and 5th of July, beginning July 1,
1007, and ending September 15th,
Harris Grocery Co. a. E. Pot tor*.
Denny Bros, * UUumd. a, 0, Batrsako.
J. G. McUrty. J.D.Oerrtsoo
Weods * Potter. Jtoksoa lies, a Co
Bbeua Griffith Star MeresatUs Co
Chss. Summer* 4 Sons Langston Hwd Co.
Friday night the normalltes were
entertained in the Woodman hall by
the cltinena of Guymon, who had plan-
ed a very pleasant affair. The addreee
of welcome waa made by Frank E.
Meek aad Prof. Moaa reaponded on
the part of the normalltes. After theee
speeches the crowd listened to neveral
readings by the normalltee, which
werethoroughly enjoyed by all preaent.
When every one had been thoroughly
entertained aloag thia line all repaired
to the Klondyke, where Ice oreem and
cake were nerved.
The Base Bal Attractfaaa.
The oelebratlon will hnva all the
bane ball games thatcaa ha orowded
into dates. In the afternoon of the
4th Guymon will play Dalhart.
Friday forenoon Texhoma and Good-
well will play aad that afterMoa
Guymon and Dalhart will play again.
Saturday moralag the Texhoma aad
Goodwell teema will agaia doa their
unlforma aad the afternooa of tha r '
will ace another between aouae
aa, which aa yet, ia ■'
-■aaged. There will
dolag the base hall llae aa fta*
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