The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 16, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 6, 1906 Page: 3 of 9
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Robert H. Looibourrow
BTTORNEY BT LEW,
I will practice In All row to ami tie fort the
U 8. Laud Office.
«•* Denver, Ok |H
Dr. L. W. Palmer. A. B.,
In U. S. Army
I Diseases of women and
children a specialty.
GUYMON, 0. T.
DR. W. W. BOYD
At Ross & Jent s Uvery Hum
Will Me In Town
Wednesdays und Saturdays.
WILEY t WHITAKEK Jordan & 0^
ATTORNEYS- AT-LAW GUYMON, O T.
GEOKGE H. HKAIA
Will practice Iti all the court* and In
tb< I nlii ti States laud office.
Merchants' Hank, Kansas City, Kansas;
Logan County Bans, liuttirte, O I.
I Real Estate, Locating and
Fire Insurance Agents.
, WWc pay S(i vial attention tn
preparing ;""1 tiling contests.
/ Guymon, O. t.
I Honker, O. T.
\ Tv rone, O. T.
( Hock}', O. T
"R. Ti. 'V.wjes
Physician and Surgeon
E WADE HIYIES,
(Formerly of the Mangum Bar I
Genorul practitioner in all the courts.
Years of constant practice and exper-
ience iiefore the Department in every
phase of the lT. S. Laud Law. Your
Guymon, - - 0. T.
J. M. SIMMONS
I do a general Drav business
and meet all passenger trains
for Baggage and Express.
GUYMON, O. t.
W. B. KEMP
to the Holl-
near the railroad, und is prepared to do all
kinds of Mlucksmith Work. Repairs on
Wagons. Buggies, Flows, Kte.. neatly and
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
at - law-
Kodak Finishing for Amateurs and
Thomas R. McQuillan,
GUYMON, 0. T.
Will practice in all courts and
•I. it. Dean
N. O. Stephenson
GUYMON DRAY AND TRANSFER
W. M. GOODNIGHT, - Proprietor.
Guyrr)oo, 0. T.
Meet all trains.
Satisfaction guaranteed to natrons.
We solicit your trade.
Section 5. Township .V Ramre II.
C. E. SIMPSON
General Contractor und Builder
Stair Work and Office Fixtures
l*r l'hins and Specillcations Furnished on
Fostofllce Address llo* No. SSI
Shop in the Funk Huilding.
GUYMON. O. T.
GOOD TABLE SERVICE
Rates, $1.00 to $1.25 per Day
H. M. SPRAGUE,
W. H. Langston
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Local surgeon C. h. I. & P. Ky,
J. F. SCHEETS
CONTKACTOK A NO BuiLDEH
Estimates furnished on all classes
of buildings. First-class work. All
WALTER C CROW
(Formerly of Dallas, Texas, Bar)
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Contests, Second Homestead Kn tries,
Leaves of Absence.
Guymon, 0. T.
W. T. POINDEXTER
REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL
Insures your farm property from loss
by tire and tornado: also your tine
stock from lightning. Cattle
inspector for immediate
guymon. - OKLAHOMA.
NOTARY PUBLIC AND
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Estate and Insurace
Special attention iriven to any business
pertaining to real estate. 1 have a choice list
of farms tor sale near ■•uyinon and in Texu
and Kansas. Will locate you on Oovernmer
land, fee *l .nO.
Business is Business Do It now. '"*1
Office between Hotel and Hank.
£ . AIoy\OW
WATCHES • AND - JEWELRY
Repairing a specialty
All work warranted
Opposite Herald Oilier.
Practice in all courts. Commercial
ami Land Law a specially,
WOODWARD AND HooKKR, O. T.
li. A. DICKSON
• a\. ■ ?,axD
How was that ice storm?
Plowing rather put buck
by the storm. However, we saw
soiue teams out in it, heroically
turning tlx* furrows.
Two coDvival young num. who
a ill doubtless prefer to remain
in cog, were badly lost the other
night. List their way, lost
their wits, but they hung on
manfully to the bottle of Guymon
tanglefoot—How's this, boy*?
< 'oyotes have been carrying off
chickens und otherwise showing
S WilU'ts of Guymon was out
our way Saturday.
The scarcity of coal in Guymon
causes a feeling of satisfaction Equal Values
in those who have laid in a good at Lower
supply of ''prairie anthracite. Prices
Ouite a bit of hauling in spite
| of the roads.
A new house is being built, we
notice on section 10. I>*t the
good work go on.
Did you get one ,,f those hard
There may l*1 a wedding in
our neighborlnxwl s s>n. It's
lonely, holding down a claim.
We are relieved to know that
the two children, who were liv
inginatent without a stove or
any other furniture, are at pres-
ent in Guymon, at Bonner'sbak
Right In Front of Vou.
You see here an illustration
of our superb brand single-
breasted and double breasted
Varsity Suits, as good looking
behind as they are in front.
They are all wool, and all
right, ih style, tit tailoring and
Our line of swell Over Coata
can't be beat.
We sell satisfaction with
F. L. Armstrong
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
teaming. Leave orders wilit Jackson
Bros. & Co.
For I'll ears of Itest (torn.
1250 for 10 ears of best corn grown on
lor 10 ears of best corn grown on
Offer good until December lo, l!MHi.
Wild Horse Windmill
Mrs. Weir has moved on her
claim at this place and is improv-
ing it rapidly. A single son, also
a married son and his family, are
on her claim north of Lakeview.
Mr. Richardson whoisqisiting
his son here, met with a serious
accident last Saturday. He was
going to Hooker and fell from the
wagon, one whsel passing over
his head and injuring him hauly.
The accident oecured ten miles
west of Hooker.
Mr. Green, of Kansas, is
building a. very good
wagon yard at Luikart, on J. W
Duncan'sclaiui. We are inform-
ed tout he will also put in a store
There is several weeks broom
corn threshing to do in this
vicinity and much feed to tx
C. Ifv.'MD'vVwV^Vv 5) Co. Ista('l<,,(l *vl,,st farmers
have their wheat in, but some
Commercial and Live Stock
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE
A. H. TULL
Office one block west of
R, G. GILLIAM
brick AND STONE MASON
Good work guaranteed ut
reasonable rates. Patron-
DON DEI) ABSTRACTERS
DkaRDSI.EY a LANtiSTON
We are prepared to furnish Attracts of
Title to anv lots or lu"ds in ili atci ei.niu* "'
abort notice i#'« «r i door soutli ul Louti
THE LAND MAN
*5OT <*VACV TttulU
W I buy M d horses
W. H. DICKEY
Guy aiou, 0. T
Beaver County Abstract Office.
Made Promptly Hy
Walter C. Frazer
One Door North of Court House
DON'T BUY A LAWSUIT
By Huying f^ots or Land and
Ivan S. Perkins
Guymon, O. T.
list Your Places With Me.
-¥/' You will tind mo J bloek ol
Summers' store. All business
J. R. WHARTON
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALK
Real Estate. Rental and
Prompt Atteution to All Business
GUYMON, 0. T.
C. E. Agens,
Prv Goods, Groceries. Shoes,
Notions, Flour, Corn meal, Suit,
Lumber, Posts, Wire, Nails, Sta-
liiwated miles ncrtliwest of
(iuvinoii slid H miles north and
'miles sent ol Hooker. Post-
oittce In eopint'tlon. M^als at all
hour* iu Hie day,
C. K. AGKNS,
itjalLL, O. 1.
R1DENOUU & KING
Reliiiiiiiistiments and deeded land -.old and
'(chanued See U" lor burnains in land.
Oltlee in Heaver Count) liauk liuildma.
J. A. Stewart
F. HINER DALE
£ &v \jev
Office opposite Postoffice.
have not sowed yet.
Thanksgiuing found many fat
turkeys and not a few thankful
hearts among the farmers.
North Main Street, Guymon, Okla.
_ Agency For' Tke
R . II . Q U I N N
S. Court Commissioner
• v Duly apjM)inted in and for Heaver County, 0. T., to taka
Homestead Filings, Testimony in Land Contest Cases, Acknowledge
GUYMON, 0. T.
The Old Reliable Place to Buy
DRUGS, MEDICINES, TOILET AHTICLES, FINE STATIONERY,
We also handle the best Paints
ant| Oils. Our house paint is the
celebrated "sherwin - Williams" 1MHP
GUARANTEED NONE BETTER
Prescriptions put up at all hours. None but (the purest and
frtxtliHNt, Oriltrs nserl.
\V. C ('row, ottlci1 M'gr. and Atty.
S. L. Kddins. Field Manager.
Oklahoma and Texas Farms and
K' 'iv ™«rV'ounty Bank awl First National
ituiiU 1 iu\iii.,ti. Okla.. (iaston National
Hunk. Oallas. Texas.
Tbe Western Land
dai.i.as texas Guymon, Okla.
Selling Out Cheap.
I am selling my household and
kitchen furniture, stock, farming
implements and feed. Come
early if you want a bargain. \\ ill
be selling every day until all is
sold. Have 2<ki bushels spring
E. S. MAHHKM :il.L,
One mile west ami three miles
south of Guymon.
Pony Creek Mill.
The snow and, we hope, the
cold weather, will soon beuthi'ig
of the past.
Dr J. VV. H. Littell, formerly
of Cory don, Indiana, was called
home recently by a telegram
announcing the serious illness of
Fred Smith and family, from
Illinois, have arrived on their
Mr. Griggs carries a complete
stock of goods. Every Thurs-
day is the day for fresh meat,
lie has a gond trade.
What was you thankful for.
Bro. Ballinger. of Guy in >n,
preached at the store Thursday
Work on the church and school
house has been delayed because
of the bad weather.
Henry Binkley was the guest
ol Miss Lettie Bell McMillan, of
Clay Newberry has purchased
a new buggy.
A Stamp for Each City.
Washington, Nov. 3i. Postage
stamps of the issue of 190* put on sale
at (l.ouo Presidential postofllces will
bear on their face the name of the
state and city In which the postofltce
is situated. The chief reason for this
innovation is said at tiie postoltice
department to Im< tbe belief that it will
help to do away witli the big posioftice
robberies and make it much easier to
trace ci iiuimt's.
The postotflc robbery in Chicago a
few years ago 1 a good example of
the ease with which stoleu postage
stamps can lie disposed of, for no
trace of the perpetrators was ever dis-
covered, although neatly tlou.OOil
worth of stamps were stolen ami these
mostly of small denominations
Another reason for the change is to
enable tiie PoktoMcc department to
determine the amount of busbies* done
by the different postollices ami prevent
padding through stamps sold at some
oil Ices to residents alio do business
In adjoining cities
The Guymon Telephone Com
pan.v will pay $60.00 reward for
information leading to the arrest
and conviction of any one for
Sold by Jackson Bros. & Go, Guymon, Okla.
Beginning Saturday, December I,
Lastiog >5 Days
I will sell my entire stock of Millinery Goods regardless
of cost, in order to make r<snn for my Christmas Goods. The
stock includes all dress and street hats and material of all kind.
Speciai attention will be given to orders.
I must also close out my entire business by January 1, 1907.
MRS. V. CflRRUTHERS,
A winter lip robe on Main
direct Thui nlay night, Nov, I
Finder will please leave same at. doing any damage to any of their
Herald office. I property.
Warren Lumber Co.
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER
AND BUILDING MATERIAL
Optima • • Oklahoma.
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