The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 2, 1922 Page: 1 of 8
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OKI.A HISTORICAL ror
m Oujrmoa Democrat was eooaolldsiad witk
11m Guymon Herald March 1st. 1111.
GUYMON, OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1922.
OFFICIAL COCRTT PAPKR
I1M PER YEAR.
Wheat Fields Covered
With Beautiful Snow
The biK-fcest snow fall of the winter
came to Guymon and vicinity last Mon-
day, and it was general all over this
section of the country. It was just such
With this number The Guymon Her-
ald launches into its thirty-second vol-
ume. When the present management
ZUERKER SALE PUT
OFF UNTIL MARCH 9. purchased the Herald two and one-half
t years afro, there were about a thousand
The J. B. Zuerker Farm Sale, which name3 on the subscription list. To-
nes* by assuming that every patron is
our own personal admirer, or trying to
pat ourselves on the back because we
have an excuse to say you called at our
office. But we are trying to (five you
such a constructive local paper as will
a snow as the wheat growers have been was advertised to occur March 2nd, has l)ay there are neariy ,ixteen hundred build the community and the welfare
longing for and it was no doubt worth been postponed until Thursday, Mnrch j a (i subscriptions on the list, and
millions of dollars to Texas County. | 9th, just one week later. This was every day sees a number of new names
The ground was covered in the early made necessary on account of the We are not given to the
morning, and the fall continued during deep snow, which would keep many provincial faculty of trying to boost
the entire day, covering the ground to farmers from getting to the sale. Mr. our own popularity 0r that of our busi-
a depth of several inchcs. It continued . Zuerker's farm is two miles west of t ;
to snow all of Monday night, and un- Optima, and a mile south and a mile
til Tuesday afternoon, the wind and! east of the Victory school house. Read
storm assuming proportions of a bliz-' his ad elsewhere in this paper and
zard. The total fall is supposed to see the list of stock and implements.
This is a sale you will not want to
miss if you need anything he hat
of each individual Whose lot is cast in
our locality. We are grateful for the
generous patronage we have received
in the past, and will try to earn what
ws teceive in the future.
Secured Fine Holsteins
For The Breeders Sale
GOV. ROBERTSON DE- I County Agent J. B. Hisey returned
MANDS A HEARING "f night tom Mulvane, Kansas,
where he and Joe A. Meade, secretasy
have been about twelve inches—how-
ever there are many drifts, but the
ground is all fairly covered with a
depth of snow that varies from about
five inches to as many feet in places,
and travel on the east and west roads
will be badly hampered for several
d<\ys t.s a result. Wednesday morn-
ing was the coldest day of the winter,
the thermometer at the post office reg-
istering eight degrees below zero.
The storm was very sever'-, and
Turns The Jokers
CROWD THE TOGGERY
Enroute from California, where they] ter Hotel, where he stood good for
had tried their turn with fortune, back their housing and care until conditions
to their old home in New York, an were favorable for them to continue
Austrian, with his wife and six chil-1 their journey. It soon got noised
drcn, arrived in Guymon Sunday, andi around what Jaj;k had done, and the
; camped at the tourist park for the "Shifters," that organization which
.night. They were traveling in a Ford'was mirthfully formed on WaShing-
| truck, which had broken down at] ton's birthday, concluded to change
Dumas, New Mexico, and the man car-: their order from a joke to a benefac-
receipt which sl)ows he paid tion, and in the course of a short time
The formal opening of The Ladies
Toggery, last Saturday, is declared by j
Mesdames Corbett and Sheldon to
have been the equal of any simila |
event in their experience in Enid, a
caught many people unprepared. Thsy city a dozen times as large as Guy-
•had enioyed the open winter until they mon, and they express their great ap- about thirty'dollars there for its' re- j hsd raised"aboutthirty"dollan"for the
thought the period for such a storm preciation of the interest and patron-j Fajr. Monday morning when they] aid of this faimly in distress, refus-
passed. and extra wagor.s were age of the ladies who thronged their uwoke, they were encompassed by a' ing to allow one of their big hearted
store from morning until night. Their blinding snow, and the chilling wind fraternal members to hsve all the hon-
splendid stock of millinery was artis-1 penetrated the thin apparel of the ors of this generous deed.
t cally displayed and its richness, qual- mother and children, two of whom The Austrian is seeking to find em-
ity and beauty forced many sales. The were barefoot, and without shoes.) plo.vment during his forced stay here,
elee-ant stock of dresses, suits andj Realizing that his little ones would and is a willing worker, grateful for
snring coats arrived on the Saturday; soon be suffering, and only having a' the aid that is tendered his family,
afternoon train, but the management small amount of change left after his County Commissioner Hall, on the part
soon had them on display and a large breakdown, he sought aid. In his on the county, has assumed the living
was enioyed by a group of boys and °'the shipment found immediate broken language he approached County] experts* of the family while here, and
girls who met at Mrs. Nash's, then1 , * , .18 "r°of , ,they took the Treasurer Ja.-k Curtis, who after lis-, the funds raised will probably be given
trooped over to the Hughes home to „y °' T'"5™]0", I!*\, !tenin* to hi* sto7 accomPa' i«*l him to the man to aid him in reaching some
necessary to meet the demand for coal.
SURPRISE PARTY FOR
MISS CAIRO PEERY
A surprise party given by Mrs. W.
G. Hughes in honor of Cairo Perry on
her sixteenth birthday, February 21st,
Governor Robertson of Oklahoma, °f the Texas County Breeders
yesterday sent a demand that the pro- ciation have been on a mission to is*
secutor summons him before the grand t'rest the Holstein Breeders in mak-
jury that is investigating the Olrmul- 'nK a consignment of their good cattle
gee bank scandal. He infers that there ,0 our Breeders' Sale on March 24th.
is a conspiracy i nthe proposed investi- This, Mr. Hisey says was accomplished
gation, and challenges the prosecutor ®n<l the farmers of this county «UI
to allow him to face him in the inquiry, have the opportunity to purchase aft
He also promises to give the business their town sale, some of the finest cat-
men of the state much inside informs- *'e he had in the Mulvane territory,
tion about the banking affairs of Ok-] which it has taken years of time and
careful breeding to perfect. In this
consignment are some very fine young
bulls from such sires as the moeh
noted ten thousand dollar bull brought
into Kansas by Ex-Governor Stuhba,
and the present Association Bull which
was bought in Cslifomia ss s cslf for
I3.K00. This consignment will arrive
in Guymon within the next week.
BREED 'EM STRAIGHT
Our attention has been called to the
following table published in the Jersey
Rulletin which shows the result of a
five years survey at the Nebraska Col-
lege of Agriculture, where five breeds
were compared in economy of butter-
Jer- Ouern- Ayr- Hoi- Short-
sey ey shire stein horn
Alfalfa 4.2SX.1 4.3vo 4.3*0. 5.429 H 4,343
SiI.ik** 5.511.# 6.055. 8.1*4. 7.U3 7 5.62*.
Bert P. 363 34 2*9. 304. 524 H 524
Coin 1,182.0 1.176. 1.255. 1.701.5
•eetl m l 394 0 425. 41S. 567 2
Oilmeul 244.0 351. 301. 4 47 0
Bruit *50.5 837. 121. 7M8.0
year 417 1 395.1 3*1.1 495.07 221.5
surprise Cairo and surprised she surely
fancy of the Guymon ladies
Mrs. Corbett and Mrs. Sheldon were! the Mmo. Mr. Curtis saw that one of
WM assisted by Mrs Monroe. Mrs. Harry- the baby's hands was already frost
Miss Myrtle Shsttuck was present to T'n ard Mri" 1?Tjnt* in Pertaining bitten, and he lost no time in having
help the young folks enjoy the oc- and displaving their stock the man drive his family to the Car-
and little Miss Alice Harryman pre-
rasion.so alter tne numerous oma- _ .... . . , . 1
rented each visiting lady witn a beau-
The Ladies' Toggery is an establish-
ment that will rrow in pooularity with
larger point, where he hopes to se-
ture employment that will enable them
to complete their journey back to the
home of their relatives.
mental and useful gifts had been dis-
played. some games were phyed. Then
each couple made a life book of an-
other couple that was present, Beulah
Shields and Donald Hugh..- ,,|nnlnR the neonle of C.uvmon snd its manage-
ment w'H be alert to keep in stock the
"••7 latest modes in ladies an pare I.
the prize for the best book. Also pic-
tures were drawn to repres nt nursery
'•'•irses. Myrtle Pritts, Batbena Per-
kins and Frank Mowery winning the
BY FAMOUS MEN, ENJOYED THIS PARTY
The nest and pretty window display
is a criterion of the attractive inter-
ior arrangement and the rich quality
"THE FAITH HEALER"
After refreshments were .'erved the stock.
~ *ts returned home.
Those present were: Misses Ires snd
Irene Strong, Jewell Perry, Myrtle ——
FntU, Eunice Smith. Bathena Per- «eorge Melford's picturisation of
kins, Adelaide DuBose, Beulsh Shields, Vsughn Moody's celebrated
Mn Gillasnie, and Messrs. Edwin Nash, P' y- F 'th Healer," a remark-
H-rold Hisey. Frank Mowery. Stanley b'« Paramount photoplay, scored a
Srinrer, Fran-is Hier, Claud Shattuck decisiveJiit st the Roysl Thestre lsst
and Donald Hughes,
B ACK TO THE KITCHEN
IN "FLYING PAT"
night The theme is s vitsl one and
the production ss a whole is massive,
impressive and signally beautiful.
There sre seversl powerful situations
in the picture snd like "The Miracle
Man," it stands out distinctly hesd
Dorothy Gish's latest picture, "Fly- ttn(1 shoulders sbove the average film
ing Pat," is the merry story of a young production. Milton Sills, the leading , . . . „ . . . .
hnnW who conducted a nation-wid? man who has the role of the shepherd '
-.'•arch for h's runaway wife and found wf,0 becomes a fsith hester and
her in his own kitchen. It will be the i iit,r fa||s in love, wss excellent. Ann
Were-in-na Hell's me Pipe? I gotta
go on thst Fire Detail.
This new trick Army.
Rise snd shine.
Rouse down, ya rookies.
Sir: First Class Sergeants never
All I want is a square deal.
By Cripes, another bed sore.
Are we gonna have Yin Blinc stta
Listen you birds.
Shure s wee bit of Carrbonall take
Why Sir: I never use soap!
Who's gotta cigarret?
Gee! I'm diszy!
Haven't you been in line before?
I'm an acting Corporal now.
Who's got the Jam ?
Puttin out any seconds?
I'll use my influence and you'll getta
chief attraction at the Royal Theatre Forrest, the leading woman, was quite
Saturday, matinee and night. sympathetic and artistic. The sup
port generslly was of the finest grade
Last time tonight.
Subscribe for the Herald
A Worthy Example of
What the ring of the
Liberty Bell meant In the
Colonies, the Liberty Hell
Home Saving* Hank means
to you- Independence,
the father ef his couatry—wa* a
maa who* example of thrift snd
success should he ss inspiration to
From all his earnings he set aside s
certain part regularly—egsinit the
days of his "sunset."
A small amount deposited at this
Haak In our Term Sarins* Account
with interest at 4 per cent compound-
ed semi-annually will quickly grow
to large proportion*. Try It.
OUN YOUR RAN,<
The First National Bank
Squad Number Nine, all absent. Sir
Whv don'tcha read the Bulletin
Let's call It a day men.
Paint him with iodine, and mark
Where the Hell is me hunk?
Give them sll they wsnt men (One).
Sergesnt, I saw some men In the
I think IH go to the front snd get
me s couple of Germans.
No mother, I don't play football In
No, I never drink anything but
All out snd police up around the bar-
Let's have about four men to ehoi
Crnie a natural.
D'd you ever see where I was bay
netted? (Scotch Highlander).
Forty-two boys and girls of the Jun
ior age gathered at the hospitable
home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Northrap
Friday evening, in honor of WIIMa
After oil the guests had arrived,
they went en masse to the breaks and
sfter much fun trying to get a bright
fire and no smoke, the chefs com
menced handing out hamburgers. The
smoke became so dense that no amount
of persuading from the "patrons"
could induce the chefs to continue
their line of work, until s suitable
stove should present itself at the
hense. The command was given to
line up for weiniea, buns snd pickles,
snd—what a line!
Soon all were drifting back to the
Northrup home where daricing and
"stunts" amused until a late !>our, at
whith time word was pooled to a few
who drifted unnoticed out of the room,
but returned aoon to tell of the de-
lightful refreshments they had recei-
ved. This continued until sll had been
At a late hour the guests departed,
thanking Mrs. Northrup for their
ploarant evening and wishing Willis
many such happy birthdays as this
on? hsd been.
**IC DANCE FIX)OR
U8FD FRIDAY NIGHT
Time and place of the Texas county
Literary Credit snd Track Meet are
to l>e arranged later.
There will be two classes of which
"A" designate# the city gradea and
M'B" the rural achoela. Each school
will be sllowed one entry in each event
but no competition between claee
"A" snd class "B".
First place 6 points, Second place
S points. Third place I point.
I EVENT8 FOR TRACE MEET
I M yard daah (boy and girl)
| 100 yard daah (boy and girl)
W yni M -
| 220 yard hurdlea
% mil* run
H mile relay
Ijiat Friday night th# American Le- "hot Put
gkn Poet of Guymon gave the first 1'iscus Throw
ball on the big new MOO square foot High Jump (running)
floor they recently had laid In^He Gu>-
mon Free Fair Pavilion, about 120 cou-
ples participated in the event, snd all
had a good time. There were quite a
number of couples from Liberal, Ty-
rone, (looker, Goodwell and Texhoma.
•>rd a few rafhe from ss far aa Dalhart
Texas. This afforda Guymon the moat
* parlous dancing floor In all the south-
w" l rowntry, snd It is sntHpsted
'I e«e will he many such event* occur
ihere In the future.
Tw nty-fnur hour Lleery Ferrlce
Call Lowne4sle; night 2*7; day 21
Rrnad Jump (running)
Rroad Jump (standing)
You et your
rou buy Tas'*'
On account of the snow and celd
weather the Auxiliary postponed their
meeting until next Wedneeday night,
when they will met at eight o'clock
p. m. in the Latham Hall. All aaea*
ers should be present and new naaa-
bers welcomed. Calls continue la
come from the hospitals to aid dis-
abled ex-service men and we need all
our members to keep in this woek.
Nstional and Stste dues should be eeat
in, so kindly pay your dues aa soon aa
possible to the Secretary, Mra. Fred
Willoughby, or the Treasurer, Mra. M.
HAD FINE OPENING
We do not print this to eulogize any
particular breed but to call attentiun
to the common practice of mixing two
more breeds of livestock in the
same yard. A glance at this table
would tell what would happen if, Jer-
sey, Holstein, and Shorthbm cows
were kept in the same yard, and fed
at the samo bunk for milk production.
This table shows us that the heards-
men did not dare to feed the Short-
horn cows ss much corn as the other
breeds. Fst production would hsve
resulted. Just to compere Holsteine
snd Shorthorns the Holsteins ste
nesrly 1,000 pounds more corn in a
year, more than twice as much eotton-
seed meal, three times aa muck eli
meal, end nedrly twice as much bran
aa the Sherth&rns. This larger con-
sumption ie no disgrace as one breed
ia that much lanrer milk machine than
the other and made good use of the
feed in fat production. Study this
table and see if it does not presch ser
mons shout Breeding 'Em Straight.
The same comparisons ar applic-
able to the egg and meat breeds of
poultry. Psrties keeping the calico
flocks of mixed breeds do not realise
that Leghorns snd Hocks are two dif-
ferent types thst require different
care. The writer has handled many
flocks of large breeds, the egg pro-
duction ability of which has been! her new location and hopes to
ruined by too much fst substance in her store one of the b t millinery
the ration. In many mixed flocks the ""d ladies' resdy-to-weer esUbUak-
msiority of the culls sre often those ments in the Southwest. She has an
of heavier breeds while those showing window and is displsylnff a
prepondersnce of the blood of the! "pl'"did *tocV of
lighter breeds have not become ex- MONEY TO LOAN
cessively fst on the same ration.) On your farm. The Farmers 8ta«e.
Surely the feeding of livestock is a the new Bank at Texhoma. Inapae-
science that challenges the best brains tion made from here. No waitta*.
of the country to further study. ijust drop us a card. Mf
The spring opening of th*
Millinery in the elegant and
new quarters in the loyal Th sates
building, last Friday and Satnkf;
was a matter of great in*weal
ladiae of Guymon aa waa A
by the constant swinging ef tha
to adaait viaitors Mrv J
the recipient of
not only for the hata, i
displayed, but ior the farniahinga, ar-
rangement and general attractireaaa
of her a tore, which preeenta quite a
cosmopolitan appearance. Many af
her visitors found just the hat ar ap-
parel they desired and Mra. Seaaaa
reports most satisfactory salea both
days of the opening. Mrs. B. C
Stivers snd Mrs. Tom Houser ware
sble assistants in displaying and aeR-
ing goods snd Mrs. Charles Bradahaw
served delicious cocoa and wafera.
Mrs. Sesmsn is highly pleased with
ir Drug Co
The Corner Stone of Success
In building your career you should start with a
Your Bank book is your corner stone—whether
your career is to be strong or weak remains
Some day the Bank will be in position to be of
immediate help to you—will your position inspire
confidence and trust then?
Old time thrift is the watchword of the nation
The Texas County Bank
I M LIOIITNER,
II A. HALTER.
C. A NASH.
T J. STRAVTON,
OEO E ELLISON
E P. CARTER.
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The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 2, 1922, newspaper, March 2, 1922; Guymon, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc273849/m1/1/?q=%22dorothy%20gish%22%20%22Flying%20Pat%22: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.