The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 29, 1909 Page: 2 of 8
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Is It Hardware
Well, We Have It
Langston Hardware Co.
Guymon'* Leaders in Low Prices
r.'MthlAS Iktl 4*e* Mt iMth lki-D failure Ther* mu t b« l strict con-
or ti some roaurr' -lal fld-mr bin u4 the hemr1
jtwr of >ilo«at irt run
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ma ar*. now rwj
in the common
to (be new sabje<
tatums will < o>«-r
ker Ad van, •
Morgan- mad** two ten at
6r*t ixt> day* be waa in •
ni—la fart three He «ad -
• ch which is womethlnc
faculty. a truat that know* no d<-
rvptloa aad entertains no f*ar«.
Th<- physical. a* aril at the mental
and lb* moral, la always guardtd aad
pr •• • tr-,i Jk btalthy body. fr«* of
all mann«-r of diarai-- i a houa« in
ron u vtli b a man delight* io live. Th*-
tnnttal \ulture* nut-r feed at hta door. tb« 1
■ .,m- a*p and tarantula never cross hU
rill ••• thr~ hold Tb>* physical cannot be
lay J' entirely n'rong unless the mind I*
ill t troag and a strong mind drive*
*1 thi> away many phyalcal 111* The mind
M*veral i* master of a man and ht* house
ahoma What It wills man doe*, be i ever
ulturt obedient to ita mandate or >a.l A
All of thousand force* are at work in the
red to making of a man They never cea*e
. hools their action and their purpose. they
luted, delight to give in the splendid aervue
Hllin* :n the making of a man they coaaider
civics. their work of the highest order En-
>mm«r. . ironment la the greateat school
> and E\ery star. every Dieting cloud, every
blade df grati* at his feet and every
ray of mellow light above his head,
mil D. i* a teacher Every man bo oneta,
ike* in >wr> roiidition that ronfrout* him.
n <-on- every 'aocial force that surrounds
him every business agent that waits
upon him. every trrmon he hears.
10 Per Cent
to loan on
J7 IjANDSofall kind*
1"drill ia Teiaa, Hanna*,
and Oklaltoma for sale.
Guymon, Ok la.
J. M. SIMMONS
I do a general Dray buai-
neaa and meet all passenger
train* for Baggage and
W. B. KEMP
Want* your business. Now
located south of Jackson Bro's.
Horseshoeing a Specialty.
Place to Eat
Is at the Crown Restaurant, oppo-
site the First National Hank.
Short ^Orders a Specialty
Come in and see us.
L SKUTT, Manager
I would be pleased to have
you call upon me for rates.
The Rock Island offers the
best service North, South,
East and West.
I shall be pleased to furnish a
schedule of your trip through to
Our connections at Chicago,
Kansas City, St. Louis and lha
Colorado, the northern and
southern gate* ays are most con-
Literature, (older*, etc.. furnished Irva,
•nd *11 queationa cheerfully answered.
II it ia not convenient lor you to call.
or Io J. A.
Colonel ' Bill" Croat", secretary of
stat>. find* pleasure in doing what
most persons dislike —answering the
telephone. Regardless of how many
times the telephone rings during the
day. Colonel Cros* responds prompt-
!) and In the most affable manner.
"It's just a strange peculiarity, that's
all." said l.eo Meyer, assistant secre-
tary of state.
I This cornea from the Hugo News.
I down by the roaring Klamltla One
I of the moat uncommon freaks ran
1 Ih* aeen at the Paris Grocery com-
pany. where a mother cat. who has
1 a family of Ave kittens baa inrreaaed
| her family to aeven by adopting two
young rats She aeems particularly
! fond of. her new offspring and shows
them every affection that she does
One of the most Important railroad
constructions now being contemplat-
ed In Oklahoma is an extension of
I the Arkansas Valley and Western
line of the Frisco from Enid, the
MMt terminus, to either Liberal.
Kansas, or (iuytnon, Oklahoma A(
either point connection would be
made with the El Paso line of the
Rock Island and a territory traversed
that at the present time has no east-
ern and western line. If built, the
extension would be routed via Beaver
City of Alva Enid Eagle.
OVER OKLAHOMA GALLEY I.
United States Attorney William J.
Gregg recently applied to Judge
Ralph Campbell for an order em-
panneling another grand Jury to hear
evidence In the cases of Governor C.
N. Haskell and other citizens of
Muskogee, for alleged land frauds.
!f the ord r Is granted, the grand
Jury w ill be organized under the laws
of Arkansas, as they applied here
J prior to statehood. The grand Jury
must be cmpanneled before June 1st
or Its action will be invalidated by
' the statute of limitations.
Broom corn buyers are beginning
early to round up the next crop In
(iklahoma. and this week con-
tracts have been mad- for
a large amount of the coming
crop in the vicinity of Mayesville and
Llndsey Some was contracted for
| at $loo per ton. the highest price yet
agreed on for the unseen crop. A
few days ago. several tons of last
years' crop at Woodward sold for
$140 per ton I.ast year the average
price in Oklahoma was $K0 a ton.
and It is believed this price will be
increased the romlng season.
"When the local Eagles and their
guests, 147 in all. got to the meeting
place select-d for the clam bake in
the Osage hills yesterday afternoon
everybody was lined up and searched
for pistols and liquor." says th>
Bartlesville Enterprise. "Like good
citizens ought to do the few who car-
ried the IIasks gave them up and the
committee shattered them across
rock. I'lstols were locked in grips,
and then the feasting and sports be
gan. Local aspirants for honors on
the "mat" boxed several fast round*
and there wire other sports during
If the purpose of the new election
law is to make a fair educational
test, why not mix the names of the
various party candidates or. th<
ticket Indiscriminately? Why apply
the test only to the minority party?
I'nder the system which will be
followed, the democratic candidates
will be the first under each heading
and th. other candidates will be
mixed up for the purpo^ of "fooling
the voter " Why not make this
"educational test" apply to all
' parties? But then, maybe the demo-
crats could not stand such a test.
Speech. Willi ti Ih something, he ad-
vo<ated a tariff on cement, and drew every man that speak* to him. every
th.- countrj's attention to ti e fart book he reads, every home be enters,
that Oklahoms ia foremost ia H every public hsll or street thst gives
supply and quality; and be #> at- him admission becomes a tutor.
ta<ked for voting for tariff on lumle-r Every new relationship brings new
by th'* strong-st democratic paper In conditions aud new opportunities,
hi* district and forced ita editorial The man is builded out of the ac-
page to at knowledge thst Ita Informa- cepted materials that come his way.
Hon from Washington was Incorrect The power of decision is the mighty
and that he voted for fre« lumber power or. rather the moat potent
These are considerable achievements agent in life building How could he
legislative and politically for a build without materials? En\iron-
congressman to make in the first six- nients furnish the materials. Man
ty dava In congress, and gives re-1 his own builder
publUaus excuse to talk about their There are many evil force* con-
representatlves in Washington stantly seeking a place In the making
Guthrie Register of a man They throw about him
—•:— many luring temptations, and gilded
The commissioner of Indian affairs, palaces are opened to him. There is
hat refused a request rerentl> made niusic within and master paintings
that Indian moneys on deposit in decorate the walls Dragon men
Oklahoma banks be deposited in , gtand at the door ready to conduce
state guaranteed banks The request | thf. enticed to the Inner courts w here
catne up from the state banks that j revelry abides and a feast is spread
are depositors for Indian moneys of (hat will at last corrupt, debauch
various kinds and which banks pro- an(j fei| a|| manly purpose. Beware
pose to forfeit their national char- Df the whitened sepulchers. the de-
ters and become state banks. It reptive places of wantonness, slow
is understood the decinion was death and final destruction' After
reached upon the recommendation a |ong period of careful building, it
of the comptroller of the currency. js distressing to witness the fall of
he holding that national banks were the builder who Is overcome In a
subject to a call for a statement of season of severe trial and tempta-
their condition at any time the gov- tjon it is thrilling to witness a tot-
ernment se« s fit and that state banks t, ring in age. reeling and tottering
are not. therefore so long as the under the weight of accepted allure-
government has charge of the Indian nients that have finally served their
moneys they would have to be de- purpose and under the load the un-
positi d In the national banks. fortunate man must fall If not re-
'Tin raising tomahtas thl>- year," van has builded many institutions
was w hat a man started to say on a | and he has served in many ways In
Oklahoma City street car th'' other order to aid his fellow man. All these
night and he was promptly "called" places of worth, of Influence and
by a bespectacled gentleman sitting strength cannot hope to fill their true
behind him. "Don't say tomahta." purpose until man builds and main-
said the corrector "lion i do it. tains a better hflme. Talk about
The Standard dictionary, and t is tht houses of charity, homes for the dis-
Uest authority, says tomayto. When tressed, disconsolate and the weary,
the dictionary was compiled there |mud asylums for the oppressed and
were other disputed words besides unfortunate, maintain organizations
The Coming Crop of the
It produce* 100 tons |>er acre, al-
most equal to alfalfa Ground once
planted will produce for years with-
out further care. Unaffected by
drouth or hot winds. Iotud well set
in this crop will rival In three years
the famous fruit lands of California
in value A few plants set out now
will produce enough cuttings to set
an acre in a short time. Send one
dollar for six plants and full lu-
st ructions to
Mexican Cactus Farms,
Motquero, New Mexico
tomato. English scholars
'been' pronounced "bean,"
consequently take your choice. Say
•bin' when in America and 'bean'
when you are in llinglatid. and then
there won't be any fuss. 'Derby' Is
all right in this country, but when
you are In John Bull's territory, say-
it 'Darby.' and to your heart's con-
tent. The same Is true of 'clerk.'
Call an American store tender a
Mark." and If you have a fight, no-
body but yourself Is to blame.
'Deef Isn't proper; say 'def.' Say
'eckonomlcal.' If It Is pronounced
eight different ways, and if that don't
give you enough range, tackle 'de-
nunciation ' That has eleven differ-
ent pronounciatlons. Now don't say
any more that you are raising 'to-
mahtas' this year to be 'eckonomlcal.'
I'll have you put off the car If you
keep it Up.
wanted to aid the worthy dependent and the
and so it,sg favored; do all this and even
We can make you a farm loan any-
where in Texas county on good land.
For references to our farm loans, see
anyone we have closed with or First
National Bank of Guymon. When
we promise you the money, we get It.
Office in First National bank build-
Guymon, Oklahoma |
more, there will never come a ma-
terial change until man gives the
home its proper due. and delights In
its circle, in its companionship and
its worth to the full extent of his
powers. The conception of a home
rests in two promising lives, where
two minds are as one and two lives
give sacrifice one to the other. When
the home '.s given Its true place in
society and is made as divine intent
first gave its purpose, the making of
a man will not be considered impos-
sible and the way to greatness and
unquestioned worth will be a high-
way of excellence and imperial forti-
tude. J. E. Mr.
What would Jesus have us do; Be
a man. Be like a burst of sunshine.
Learn to smile. Show your Joy In
Jesus was every
inch a man. He would shake hands
like a man. not like a giraffe, were
he here today Fling sunshine into
the lives of others. Do not take up
The Making of a Man. . , ,
First of all there must be a tiue >'°«r handclasp
parentage, back of parentage there
must be an affinity. Tnere cannot be
a true child unless there be a tru"
marriage, a unit of two lives In one. „„„
There can be no marriage where one °ur ' a time in a street car
life is bound to the other by civil law I>° "ot go to work ten minutes late
alone, in surh a home the child s with a grouch. Also do not quit
born a cripple and remains a cripple i work ten minutes earl> with a
all the days of its life. How can a t&ce ( hrlst would not do that
child develop greater possibilities! frank. If you are a lift)-cent
mid simoons and Morms and domes- man. do not pass yourelf oas a $1
tic thund. lings' How can it be! man. There wa8 "° 8^°dty !°
taught the Idea of filial love when the ' Christ s carpenter shop. Be honest
exampli it meets every da> is op-
CHAS. SUMMERS. Vlce-Pres. O. W. BLAKELY, As's't. Cashier
E. T. GUYMON, President I.E.CAMERON. Cashier
ESTABLISHED IN \%V
The BEAVER COUNTY BANK
Capital and Surplus,
Our depositors are protected by the De-
positors' Guaranty Fund of the State of
B. T. Guymon, Chas. Summers, I. E. Cameron, E. C. Summers,
John H. Lott, R. B. Qutnn, G. W. Baird.
in your business and be honest in
>our religion. Pray, read your Bible.
In order to make a real i.ian there Urge others to read the Word. -Dr.
must first b" 11 r.-al child with a di- Wallace.
vine guardianship surrounding It all
the years of its constructive life and ,
a parential love that follows It to the j
day of separation. There is no school
that ran take the place of home.
There i no faculty, no matter how-
well trained for. or, how deeply It
the brain. Heart education Is the
most effectual and Is considered the
best tuan builder known to the race.
A man can be a physical giant, with
an erudite mind. and. yet fall to be
a man on account of his misfortune
in not attaining that higher rela-
tionship and nobler fitness of heart
I A person for whom linuors were | development. A manly man Is the
ordered by having furnished the cou-, man who has a heart that is tender,
signi e money to have the same
I shipped in the latter's name, when
[ the same were in fact for himself, is
guilty of shipping aiul receiving un-
der a false and fictitious name and j achieving
I title." So says Assistant Attorney! The education of the child man is
1 Reeves threshing machine. See j
52tf. ENN1S & DALE. |
180 acres in Rusk county. Texas,
may touch the mind and heart, that for ok|ahoma. or Guymon city pro-1
can possibly teach with fitness as per(V gee 52tf. |
doea the faculty centered In the ENNIS & DALE,
home. The home faculty develops
the heart; the school faculty develops
D. r. BISSKLl* Agent.
Guymon, - • Oklahoma.
' General Charles L. Moore. In an
opinion to Oscar Simpson, assistant
county attorney at Hobart lie holds
that a person so ordering liquor in
another person's name is subject to
prosecution and that the express
agent who turns over such a ship-
ment to other than the consignee
may also be prosecuted
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
Up-to-date stock of shelf hard-
ware, located in Goodwell. Oklahoma.
Will sell or trade for a good deeded
Texas county farm. For further par-
ticulars. call on or write 4tf.
G. M. RATHBURN.
Investigate for yourself. Do not
a life that is filled with sa. liflce and ,fake „omeone P|ge'8 word for It. Our
noble deeds He never leaves the ratps and term8 are the best on
constructive period. He is constant- Farm j an, the only one
ly going forward, pursuing andjthat ,# making the Interest payable
but once a year. 49tf
A. F. ROCK.
Get That Next Rig At
Stephens & Edmonds' Livery
No drive too long Uiat they liuven't
a good team to make It. We always
have u good, gentle, single driving
horse for the ladies.
And Our Price is Always Right
I can store your goods for you
until you need them. See me.
it WM. GOODNIGHT. Drayman.
No. 1, due
No. 51, due
No. 2, due .
No. 52, due
Riddle's, the Jeweler.
Violation of the prohibition laws
seems to be flagrant in Vinita, as In
other towns in Oklahoma. The
Chieftain says: That we are about
to reach a crisis In the matter of
the enforrenn in of law in Vinita is
apparent to every close observer In
the city. Every good citizen natural-
I ly loves law and order and decency,
supplies at but sometimes men are so blinded by
20tf indifferent • as to treat negatively
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of a two fold nature. He must first
be taught and made believe that lie
Is of some value and that lie cannot i
get more out of life than he sees fit i
to put Into It. The value of time, of i
character and moral fitness must be j
made known to him as well as the j
value of money and chattels. He1
must be made to believe and know i
that in order to gain he must use
nianlv means and have a courageous'
spirit, never daunted by the approach,
of temptation or the allurements of1
evil, a decision that knows when to (
say no. a determination to win. j
He must know what and how to
choose, and in order to meet success |
he must have the experiments of
others meeted to him. rather, pre-,
sen ted by the ones who never fall I
him or cause him to distrust of!
General Repair Work
Gnymon • • Okla.
We will give $100 reward for any
Information that will lead to the ar-
rest and conviction or any person
or persons who may have removed
or stolen any fencing, posts, live
stock, or any Improvements belong-
ing to the Stonebraker-Zea Cattle
Company in 16-14-4.
STONEBRAKER-ZEA CATTLE CO.
Notice is hereby given to all own-
ers of business property buildings
en Main street or any other
street that the city ordinance govern-
ing the maintenance of such proper-
ty specifically provides that each
building shall have as many brick
(lues as Is necessary for the
said building, and that a penalty Is
provided for the non-compllance to
said ordinanco In that euch a build-
ing will be condemned. This order
is made that there might he hotter
protection In case of fire and the or-
dinance will positively be Inforced.
G W. BAIRD,
Is an Imported Percheron French
stallion, weighs 1.600 pounds; In
good flesh: as a good breeder and
sure foal getter he Is unequalled.
Is a home bred Percheron stallion,
has fine style and good action. You
should not fall to see these horses
before you breed. Will stand for the
season of 1909 at my barn one block
south of Farmers' Union Mill ie
$10 for a living colt. Care will be
taken to prevent accidents, but will
not be responsible for accidents. If
the mare Is traded or removed from
neighborhood, services will be a Hen
on mare and colt, and becomes due
LEWIS EICHORN, Owner.
BROOM CORN SEED.
I have shipped In a limited amount
of broom corn seed. This seed has
hecn tested and Is pure. Do not
plant poor seed. Get in on this be-
foro It la all gone. tf.
T. S. MONTGOMERY.
Call at the Star Lumber Co.
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Zimmerman, Warren. The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 29, 1909, newspaper, April 29, 1909; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc273190/m1/2/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.