The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 29, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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The Store of Values
The Quality Store
$3.00, $3.50, and $4.00
Th. \V I. lk>uil * well known brand of Men's Oiford* for the above
price* We now have a complete line in all leather* aud the newest styles.
Vici lllurher. I.akew ood toe. neat aud attractive ga.ito
\ id lllarher. Strap tie. comfort, a good ea y Oxford at ft-t.tMt
Ku • llluch' r. I.akewood tan at
Gun Metal Cf. Fashion toe, the nobbicvt new latt out at £t..Vl
Rusnta Cf Fashion. new shade of brown, at
Patent i'or Illurher, (.akrwood, at fct.iMi
Rutaia Cf. Hlucher. Fashion toe. Oi Blood, at $I.OO
Oun Metal. Columbia toe, a neat straight last, at $I.im>
Patent Corona, button, Lakewood too, at 91.00
A SWELL LOW CUT
LAI>I EM' OXEOKHN.
Our line of ladies oifords 1* now
complete; we have 28 different stlyea,
prices and leathers. We have a com-
plete line of sixes in every one of these
kinds, and carry then on aeveral
dlferent widths. They come in tan
shades, brown, gun metal, glazed
leathers .and patent leather. We
have them with and without toe caps
in different atyle toes, we also have
them with low, medium aud high
heels, with prices to suit everybody,
ranging from $125 to $3.50.
(Ill I.I tut: VH AMI IU V« LOW SHOKM.
Our line of low shoes is not quite all In stock, but we have a large variety
to show, which we think are the greatest values ever offered The line
begins at 75 cents this season, and has a complete range of colors.
THE-ai/A L ITY-SrOR£L
tickets alao. that would be twenty
eight candidates altogether, their
names will be mn.-d on the ballot
following the democratic seven, and
It would take an educated busines* !
r professional nan lo vote the ticket
and even he would have to be an j
f*pert It atmply means the dis-
franchisement of thousands of the
most Intelligent men of the state.
"Th«- independent vot.r Mm ikW>
' ( the republican, the prohibitionist
and the honest democrat will put th#
Mump of condemnation on thn> law
when the opportunity presents itself
It is uged by Joe II Norris,
chairman of the republican date
committee. that every po>Mtil. means
foe taken t« rush the mork of obtain-
mg signatures on the petitions to the
governor, asking that the election
law be referenced. The*e petition*
Were sent out by Mr Norris mot
than thre#. weeks ago and It Is neces-
sary that they be filled out and
returned to him imm>diately as the
time is drawing short in which to
Me them Circulators of petition*
should be careful in obtaining *l«n -
Mires to aet that each man fills in
his name, postofflce address and
county properly, and if he liv.s in a
city, the street and house addr.
If ..fT.r One Hundr..t I>..|!ara R.a.rt
I r any .««. «f Catarrh that .annot be
ured by Hill * <-itarrh Cure
P J > IIKNKY * «•. . Toledo O
We. til* unriersi«r>e<| have known K J
■ ' ' .ist 15 v i-« i • I ... i. v.
!iHn perfect!} honorable in all bu.lmt.
' tnaactiona tnd flnan. lally at.le to r trry
out «n> obligation. mad- t.v his Arm
WAI KIK.J KINNAN a, MAItVIN
\l h,,|r«.,|e I>ru«itlM . Toledo. O
H*ll « atsrrh Cure >• t.ik.n Internally,
aetiag directly upon the Mood and mucoiw
•urfaces of the system Testimonial* sent
free Price 75 cents per bottle gold b>
Take Mall Family Ptiis for comtlpa-
At a shop a small boy ran errands.
While he was waiting in the shop a
lady came in and asked the shop
assistant for a yard of silk. When it
whs placed In front of her she ex-
claimed: "Oh. really. I must be mad.
I want muslin." On hearing this
the boy rushed out of the shop, and
seeing a policeman across the way
ran up to him. shouting: "Come over
quick, there's a girl in our shop gone
mad. She wanta muzzling."
An (editor's Ix ve Letter.
Pear darling delinquent' Our
pr.-cious subscriber in arrears' You
are shy Do not think we have sold
out and gone away? No, little sugar
plum, we could not get away if we
wanted to. We are still at the same
old stand, dishing out advertisers on
sweet promises and bright expecta-
tions They make an excellent diet,
darling, w ith a little pudding flavored
w ith encouragement to serve as a des-
sert We are waiting and watching
for the*1, our turtle do\e. We long
to hear thy gentle footstep on the
stairway below and hear the ring of
happy dollars within our office. I)ear
one. we feel unusually sad and lonely
without you. dear. Now, little pie-
crust. will you come? Do we hear
you answer in a voice so sweet and
beguiling. "I am coming." or is
it only the wind that arround out
office roars: We pause for further
developments. - Kditor's Scrap Book.
The people are slaves to tradition (
and custom, especially In literature,
and not one man in a hundred haa
courage to run counter to the ac-
cepted order of tniag* When a
young man start* housekeeping la a
vine-nnered cottage of courae he
mu*t have some book shelves and of
coarse these shelves must be loaded
w ith the same old authors: Scott. <
Dick* ns. Thackeray and the poet*
The young man might get along
s< mehow without a cook stove or a,
broom but it would b* a specif-* of:
treason to try to keep bouse without
Scott. Dickens Thackeray and the
And in the majority of homes these|
volumes ktand. In gloomy grandeur,
year after year, without being!
opened Th* members of the family
go to the public library, or buy cheapj
books. for their r*ading matter, it I
is only when they sit on the front
porch where everybody may see them
and admire their literary taste, that
they have any real taste for Scott.
Di< Kens, Thackeray and th? poets.
Scott and Dickens are as much out
of faahion as the crinoline of fifty
years ago. Tha*ketay was always a
weariness to the flesh and the spirit
of any healthy reader, who has be-
come educated to the appreciation of
the value of condensation "The
Fair Maid of Perth for Example. is
a good story, but it jogs along in
such a leisurely way that the reader
goes to sleep over it. A w riter of i
ti:is generation. Conan Doyle, for In-
i stance, would weave all the incidenta
of The Fair Maid" In a story one-
third as long as Scott's, and a man
might read it in one evening, and get
| some enjoyment out of It.
Styles and literature change, as in
overcoats and whiskers, and the ten-
I doncy is always towards concentra-
tion and condensation and a few-
other at ions. The novel of today
would make a preface to the novel
of a hundred years ago; Scott's nov-
| els were brief compared with those
| of Richardson, and fifty vearB hense
Action will be issued in tabloid form.
I and a man can carry bis library iu a
i pill box.
I Any man deserves credit who has
the courage to protest against the
■ superstition that the authors of the
I i>ast must of necessity be better than
j those now living. It is time for some
initiative in matters touching books.
| as in other human affairs: and it is
| also time to quit loading shelves with
hooks that nobody reads, in deference
to custom.—Walt Mason
REV. J. Q. DUKE8
Write I: My has been m a very
LjJ state of health. .Wthtng teemed
U do her any good until the tegum
TO USE PERUNA.
Kntered at the postnfflce nt Guymon.
Oklahoma, as second class mall m;itt.r
BY WARREN ZIMMERMAN.
$1.50 PER YEAR IN' ADVANCE.
THl'BMDAY, APUII. 21*. IWOU
IT IS IMPORTANT.
The Herald has previouslv . .illed
the attention of the voter.-, of the
county to the necessity of referring
to a vot ■ of the people of the county
that court town bill which Senator
Morris worked through the legisla-
ture making a court town out of
Hooker. There is no more need of
all this additional expense to Texas
county than there is usin a fat man
trying to run and jump over a wind
mill The referendum of the state
election law makes the expense of a
second election nothing and the
Herald hereby agrees to print tin-
petitions free of cost and donate $10
to hiring a few individuals to secure
the signers. 600 in all. to the petition
calling the election The la* was
the most unjust thins to Texas count\
on the whole that has vet be. n I
and should get what it descrvo \,,
time should be lost getting the mat
ter in shape
We live by our blood, and on
it. We thrive or starve, as our
blood is rich or poor. There is
nothing else to live on or by.
When strength is full and
spirits high we are being re-
freshed-bone. muscle and
brain, in body and mind - with
continual flow of rich blood.
This is health.
When weak, in low spirits, no
cheer, no sprin«„ when rest is
not rest and sleep is not sleep,
we are starved; our blood is
poor; there is little nutriment
Back of the blood is food,
to keep the blood rich. When
it fails, take
It sets the whole body going
again—man, woman and child.
Send thu advertisement, tasrttMT «h name
of naper in which U appearv your adJrt** and
four ccnti to cover postaar. an J ■* ill tend
you a ' Complete HanJy Atlu of the World."
SCOTT A BOWNE, 409 Pearl St. New York
**?rut"°.r ;'hMr1'* -V Haskell, said Cash Cade. the republican na- A llunleii of Re*pon«ibiUty•.
road manipulator, went to"Tulsa ''last'' demS-^raTw^'o h7m "nsT"!1'' X'wsp.ap.7, wri,intr hold
wtM'k on h nix rial trtm for th* n« p f. , , napjK-ns to be in dts- au irresistible fascination for most
pose of waiving nil fluu< in hat ' 11! Haskell and his persons. We have often thought this
fndIctmentand urging a^peedy % I wh? ti Taylor ''ib^f f.n"? ^\Tin"ion ^ Ur*e,y t0 ,h"
in the interest of his personal honor tion law n, n n J „ J '!, vv,,pal>,r * orda un-
lades confirmation savs the Pawnee tell v«„ for 1 lH.mlte<1 opportunity for shinning peo-|
We have a delivery wagon and we
will be pleased to deliver to your
residence any order big or smail in
groceries or fresh and cured meat
KENNEDY * PETTY.
We pay the highest prices for hens,
turkeys and eggs. 2tf.
JACKSON MER. CO.
Just received a car of stock salt.
Prices right. 2tf.
JACKSON* MER. CO.
at 0|M-ra House, May 1.
af:l:00 p. m.
For Ladies and Children.
The pictures will be suited to the
lo rents Admission 10 cents
MRS. J. C. DUKES.
Rev. J. II, Pukee, Pastor of the Uni-
tarian Church of Pinetown, X. C.,
"Mv wife haa lieen in a very bad stata
of health for several years, and nothing
seemed to do her any good unUl aha
liegan to use Peruna one month ago.
8inoe then the color has returned to her
face, and the is gaining in flesh every
day, and 1 believe she is a well woman
"My little boy, ten years old, was pale
and had but little life, lie began to
use Peruna the d:iy Ills mother Iiegan.
To-day his face is r <-y, and he is out in
the yard runniLi'^ and Jumping with the
rest of the children."
Stomach Trouble Relieved.
Mrs. T. J. Ballard, Pryor Cre«k,
Indian Territory, writes I "I am happy
to tell you that I keep free from my old
•tomach trouble; feel no catarrhal
symptoms at all. I am able to do my
work, eat and drink what I want, and
rejoice that I found a sure cure in your
valuable medicines, which I failed to
dliu iu the liestof home physicians."
ONE DAPPLE GRAY PERCHKRON"
HORSE FOR SALE.
This horse is 1 s hands and 1 Inch
high, weight, 1,600 poundB, 8 years
old. good disposition In every respect.
Inquire at the
ANDREW J. CLINE
wagon yard, formerly the Ross wagon
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
For stock or land, one good, com-
plete steam plow outfit; 40-horse
Gaar-Scott engine, 26 privet disc
plows. For correspondence write
FRANK W NETT.
We have noticed that
h.t tawentk mw m
has been reprinting that
Morgan" article from th<
11 >ou this law was passed to per- pie. Against certain men of methods
petuate the Haskell wing of the nearly every man has a grievance,
democracy in power to the exclusion fancied or Just. He believes news-'
ot everything else and of every other paper writing would give him a
, chance lo get even. Its possibilities
i am opposed to the Taylor ribbon loom large on his horizon, and al-
ballot law for th. reason that :t | lure him to false beliefs. The fact
gives the pariv in power, the gov- is. taking it by and large, newspaper
up to date
able to get our weather eye on the error absolute control over the peo I writlne afTords v^eri Uttfe opportunity
slnU.. solitary one that reprint.,! the pie of the state It does not mean j for either personal revenge or indi-
WU1"' l'al"'r printed, i only that the republican, or socialist, vidual expression It is so burdened
on the same page, eating crow for or other party is in danger because by r. sponsibllitv so fraught bv the
Im« /Hm!* Mt1,.rhPre*"V'v ' ,, !"< k S l";rnK )olls law' but also t Policies to which the paper is'com-
niade the Oklahoman take it all back wives to the governor the one man mitted. And again after on > ha«
Sod House Morgan as the Dkla pow, r to make a martyr of any mom- settled into newspaper harness, he
In man would .all hnn mad > that. ber of the democratic party who loses much of his zest for blood. He'
paper come across with the real happens to secure a nomination by sees nearly every public question in'
fBl,v the people, that he does not like. |a different lieht. and eraduallv1
——— ri'r instance, the first three, four subordinates his individual opinion
t aught Itewln k. r«<«l Willett. I>r "'ot' names on the ballot could As he grows older he uses the last
Many of the Herald's readers will Z, d,>m"rra,fl The word could be sparingly. If at all —J. E. House.
remember with considerable interest ™T\<1 ,lo*n ,ho ''J10 to democrats.
that animated feather duster ' n f counting three, or four, or Jerry Lancaster suffered a severe
Willett whom the democratic com- . TOt ^ ^mo- sprain in his ankle last night while
m it tee shipped out from Woodward *ere assisting in a practice run on the
' > TeVt, county last fall to tell the , ,a,t8 ,ho governor did not like, new fire wagon The injury will put'
i" op), of th;s section, assisted bv '°U n.UX "? wl,h r**P«Wi- him out of commission for a week
Herod, the contest agent, the miquitu- '"w' . L*" « dT^ndenU nd Pr «Ja.v .
onsness of one Richard Morgan ™ „ educational test so far
zt:wx;rz;b"r,,,,uh- ^ mm*.
show with his head thrown backtn Th,'' ''' mcH'rats K° before the] Th<1 confession of J. E. House that,
the air and his whiskers flying like ^l'U' a,u1, say that ,his lau is an • «he works of Dickens. Thackeray, and
the mane of a wild horse Vs h > ,'dl"at u":,l test, and it would be. other standard novelists afford him j
about it all He was on • of thole ha<1 ,h'M l,"'ludpd 'he law that th. ( no pleasure, but simply bore him. I
holier than thou fellow, who had a naraes "hould be placed on the ballot t '*ht truthfully be made by many-
harangue that appealed to, a ce n a i n ^ al °U}"T Th,> wiU als" ,wlJ° ho,d.!° f°0,r r>-
class but the iteribt i•ih..t > i "sa> ,ha ,he republicans are opposed cau®e it Is considered the propei
a four-flusher " grand «amler .„rf ,P ,h" ,aw ' "au- it! thing to profess admiration for the
an agitator and we hlne had no 1 dead and Action,
reason to change our opinion Since anv^in^of^a°h 'notnegroos can ro,e'
reading an article regarding ouster ^Th?d1®L#mb*",ot-
proceedings a couple of weeks ago „ J**.'°«eniousl>" (ram, .l.
and this week an a. count of Judge L "J'V? f°r thS pu?os" of K°'
l^>ofburrow s action in the case, that m -* - peop,Land sav:,nK t0
opinion of the oewhiskered ac tat.ir ! . ' ^ that it was an educational test
opinion of the bewhlskered agitator | 'ti': ,est
has simply been strengthened to the, ,,Pnnr , " i 1aVe . gin"
extent that we know we hit the nail'!," w- to control the whole elec-
on the head Here are th ■ proceed-: l.„ ° i *t&ie and so ar"
ings we clipped this week from the .£££ n^mes^r.h lh'' firM
Dally Oklahoman bro* nani',!- or the last three names
After hearing the ouster case ^nT,°!l Ll],oy SO deslro'1 on th«*,
brought against Count v Judge1 k ,very demo-
o Brlen. Judge l.oofburrow in the h™, C0Uld VO,,< ,ho'
district court at Woodward sustained Si: ^ w
the charges of maladministration. frir,i„n m^ . . j 1 18
e-dering the r. nioval of the officer. ® ZhZ* . f dem«?ra,lc I
Judge O'Brien w 11 appeal to the SU- ^,1 , U° ^UPP°^ the
pr. me court Tho same chars.-s were 1 fl),!!? .„ Vi .° pu,n,lsh an ,ndi-l
made against County Attorn.-. IVn ,r 8 ** u would so]
F Willett but he secured a . on- R „hU, na"'0 l^at lt wou,d bp_!
tinuance. 1: is charged that the i!. ? a" a n l test, w hile his
officers permitted violator* of the J!!, ,k k ?, ^*Te ** favored places |
liquor laws to appear tn court under 'TaV® fir .
John Doe" and oth.r ficticious „ ,mT*k*.la,1lco'/ tho plarlI>* °'
names, so that they could escape the ?IL f. d ,d>,t,t? presidential
jail sentences. The Oklahon,r law ! ' ™ ",^7he "rib-1
provides for both jail sentences and ^,"hl.s y t?„ ^)°h ,hl8 ,aw ^
fines for V elation of the liquor laws ' th, h*'ii„. n j names on1
It Is un.1. rstood that State Enforce- ^not *iU ^ democrats, and all
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is not a
strong drink. As now made,
there is not a drop of alcohol
in it. It is a aon-alcoholic tonic
and altcrarivc. Ask your own
doctor about your taking this
medicine for thin, impure
blood. Follow his advice
every time. He knows.
W« publuh our formula
W* urf ;ra to
eontn « jout
in tins is the best food you
can buy. It keeps fresh, sweet
and free from impurities, no
ft matter how long you keep it or
h how hot the weather is.
It's the greatest strength
maker and costs the least
Quaker Oats family size package contains
the finest china. Ask your dealer about it.
The Quaker Qmpany
It is understood that State Enforce demerit tL'^ a"
int Commissioner Fred Caldwell an> d',ll0•ra, h s to do. who can
will this week ask for the removal of 1 "" is.,c *** *®r ,he llrst rule of health?" Nine doctors out of
Willett pending the inves-Uat ion ^'a. , ?un Tbat'* rot an ten will auicklvrep'.r, '• Keep the bowels
edui at tonal test, but slmpljr a matter regular.' Then a k him another ques-
.. .... .. ... Ol !I!E abl > tn rnilht (oven t * • I. . •..->* It ITKat A* akl.b . I a _
Ask your doctor. "What is the first great
rule of health?" Nine doctors out of
c-.,c^... .h. T„,
Talk about your educational test. ( Ists and independents should have
tion, "What do vou think of Ayer's
Pills for constipation?"
Mod* hj 1. C. AJ%r Co.. Lovo'.l. Mm
Friday Night Special
At Opera House, Friday April 30
T • M"d'"4 "M w'u"
"Flower Song." Violin'and Piano. Ivey Fisher.
Eugene Meeks and (luenefred Jones.
,, ,, , Noel latham.
Mr. Hill and l.ennls latham.
Minnie Kay Latham.
Minnie. Hay mid Noel Uthatn.
Violin and Piano.
Nightfall in the Forest.
aa.2ariir^rB,iw„ ars WJ?
I. "RLOOI> Wll.l, TELL." Mn'' K,don latham.
V!h"o "1^" r"" '*""r ""■
.o«l and h. rof-n,. ,-onr^i™ ,' r""'or""
II. "HEATHER CHANtiKS AT SMVTIIE's "
A comical story true to life
m. -WITR THE AMERICAN ELECT IV Al.STIttllt "
Adults, • . .
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