The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 31, 1919 Page: 2 of 8
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the guymon herald
thursday, july 31, 1919
Rugs and Carpets
You will find an unusually varied supply of
floor coverings in all grades at our store. If
you want one of the rich, soft, beautifully
colored Oriental rugs for your parlor or hall
we can put it there.
And quite as readily we can give you the
simpler weaves in rugs or carpets—strong,
elegant, long-wearing goods of American man-
ufacture. In fact, we specialize in domestic
materials of medium price and highest quality.
Our Word Is a Guaranty of Honest Values
GRAY'S FURNITURE STORE
What little crops we have are look-
Quite a number attended the party
at the Jesse Brown home.
There will he a party at the Chris-
tmon home Thursday night.
Ed Morrow was visiting in the
Baker neighborhood Sunday.
Miss Velma Hadden came home with
her mother to visit a few days.
Quite a number from here attended
the circus in Guymon Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Hughes spent
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in
Carl Clem returned home from the
army, having been discharged.
Row crops are doing some real grow-
ing. A few fields of broom corn are
Mr. and Mrs. L. 1,. Piper and Mrs.
Charles Piper were Sunday guests at
the Volino home.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Volino are en-
joying a visit from his mother and sis-
ter from Texas.
Warren Beer has returned home
after serving four years in the navy.
We are glad to see him back again.
The Dixon brothers are doing some
real threshing this season. Mr. Prats-
inan is tending the separator for them.
Jesse Casey and Thos. Pratsman and
Norman Hagle and family were Sun-
day guests of H. H. Wright and fam-
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gillmore art-
working with Klmer Beach's threshing
machine. Mrs. Gillmore is running
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dixon are enjoy-
ing a week's visit from .Mrs. Dixon's
father and mother and sister of Ford,
Kansas. They came through in their
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gillmore and
children arid Mrs. Lula Gregory and
son and daughter spent Sunday in F.lk-
hart with their brother and family.
The ice cream supper at the Tayl°r
home Saturday night was well attended
and plenty of cream was there for all
Henry Behne, Jr., is the proud owner
of a new Ford truck.
Several people of this community
enjoyed the circus in Guymon Thurs-
Mrs- J. C. Byers has been visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Orville Campbell
Miss Mary Gibson was the guest
of the Misses Inei and Essie Watkins
Wednesday and Thursday.
Mrs. Alma Eakman, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Elmer Little-
john, left Sunday for Sublette, Kans.
Mr. and Mrs. Allie Sledge and fam-
ily of Tyrone were week-end guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Chance Delano and
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Churchman and
Mrs. Mary Quinn attended services at
the Catholic church in Guymon Sun-
Misses Edith Smith, Winnie Robins,
Mary Gibson and Inez Watkins and
Messers. Glen Bross, Tot Smith, Earl
Bross, F.arl Smith and Alvin Gibson
were the Sunday supper guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Edgington.
Sunday visitors at the Watkins
home were: Mr. and Mrs. Mike
Quinn and daughters Thelma and Nel-
lie and son Robert, Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Churchman, Miss Beulah Rogers,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Roseberry and son
Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Little-
john and family and Henry Church-
J. W. Rhoads and family were Guy-
mon* visitors Thursday.
Miss Blanche Fry took Sunday din-
ner with Miss Nell Wagner.
F. McClenagan and family were in
Guymon shopping Thursday.
Sam James and daughter Maggie
motored to Guymon Thursday.
Mrs. F. McClenagan called on Mrs.
Sam James Monday afternoon.
Miss Cleva French took dinner with
Miss Pearl Rhoads Wednesday.
Sam James went down to the J. K.
Hitch ranch Monday on business.
Quite a number of thq people here
took in the circus in Guymon Thurs-
Will and Earl Garoutte and families
were in Guymon Thursday on business
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Clawson and chil-
dren were visitors at the F. McClena-
gan home Sunday.
Mrs. J. K. Hitch called on Mrs. F.
McClenagan last Wednesday and they
went plum hunting.
Miss Lucile McClenagan and Miss
Blanche Fry spent Monday afternoon
with Miss Maggie James.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as thty
cannot reach the siat of the disease.
Catarrh is a local disfase. grtatiy in-
fluenced by con titutlonal conditions, and
in order to cure it you must take an
internal remsoy. HsU's Catarrh Medi-
cine Is taken internally and acts thru
the blood on the mucous surfaces of the
svstem. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was
prescribed by one of the best physicians
in this country for years. It is com-
posed of some of the beet tonics known,
combined with some of the best blood
purifiers. The perfect combination of
the ingredients in Hall's Catarrh Medi-
cine is what produces such wonderful
results in catarrhal conditions. Send for
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props.. Toledo. O.
All Druggists. 76c.
Hall's Family Pills for constljatioa.
grandmother, Mrs. Williams, who is
The U. B. church is receiving a
much needed new coat of paint and
that the tower is to be finished, which
will add very much to its appearance.
Oscar Conwill, who has been at the
hospital in Hutchinson undergoing an
operation, is at his father's home and
will soon return to his home in New
Mr. and Mrs, Jensen are still on the
sick list. They are thinking of taking
a trip to Colorado Springs next week
with the hope that they may derive
some benefit by same.
We learn that Mrs. Dorser and her
brother, Charley Stamper, had reached
their destination in Missouri and were
enjoying scenes of their childhood days
with relatives and friends.
W. C. Cale made a trip to Guymon
Charley Gray is back from the east-
J. C. Littleton sold his farm last
week to Mr. Rankin.
Mrs. Ed Littleton and son Oren were
out plumming Monday.
Ed Littleton and family spent Sun-
day at the J. C. Littleton home.
Harry Perry and family spent Sun-
day at the A. C. Ragsdale home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Davis called at
the J. C. Littleton home Friday after-
Mrs. Nida Gribble and son Glynn
from Colorado are visiting her parents
this week, Mr. and Mrs. J. C- Littleton.
W. A. Murrell and family, Claude
Littleton and family and J. A. Davis
and wife enjoyed ice cream at the H.
L. Harris home last Thursday evening.
J. A. Davis and wife attended the
circus at Guymon last Thursday.
Claude Littleton took a truck load
of potatoes to Ochiltree, Texas, for T.
J. Dillingham last Thursday.
Real estate w loans «
farms I lowest 1
ranches 1 rates i
city property i .quick 1
a* service m
i all kinds
. HUGHES & COUCH .
Office in Summers Building Phone 280
Price and Tracts to suit
Pure Bred and Grade
in lots to suit purchaser
Eack Man a Master—Each Tire a Masterpiece
You can pay less for tires —but Millers cost less per
mile. That's because Millers are built by uniform
workmen, trained to a championship standard. So
Miller Tires mean no "second bests"—under like con-
ditions they wear alike. And all are long-distance run-
ners. These tires and
our service are good
associates. Come make
7 am pcnaLzed if
tvwr one comca
Pointer Auto Co.
Oren Whitmer has been harvesting
his oats t,he past week.
Oren Whitmer and F. E. Sparks
were in Guymon Sunday.
Cieorge Deane made a trip to the
county seat the first of the week.
Mrs. C. W. Pi\e and son spent Sat-
urday night at the Fred Sparks home.
Most of the crops that have been
left by the grasshoppers are looking
J. T. Hughes of Guymon has been
spending a part of the week out on his
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hughes visited
at the C. W. Pike home Tuesday af-
Some of our people are planning to
stay in town and attend the tent meet-
Chas. Pike Sunday.
LeRoy and Esther Sparks visited
their grandmother, Mrs. J. R. Sparks.
J. H. Worth and sons Tom unci Collie
worked at the Luther Hughes place
Mr. and Mrs. John Sparks and son
Lester took dinner at the home of
J. II. Worth and family are plan-
ning to make a visit back to their old
home in Tennessee soon.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hughes went
I plum hunting Wednesday and gathered
i|uite a nice lot of good ones.
| Mrs. George Deane and Grandma
| Deane visited at the home of J. F..
Deane one day the past week.
Mr. and Mis. Fred Sparks were in I
!\lkh:irt Saturday. Mrs. Sparks mar-
keted some of her vouNg chickens.
The spirit of improvement has struck
The roof on the new .school bu Jdinjr
's nearinjf completion.
Mr. ant! Mrs. Mathews drove to Lib-
eral on .business Monday.
The Lutheran people are erecting a
I nice and roomy parsonage for their
I Mr Finch's residence will s«M n be
'••online UP, the concrete having Keen
Grandpa McMains of Guymon has
been .,uite sick at his daughter's. Mrs
P P. Culvert.
We learn that the contract hn> been
I let for the new hank building, which
I is to be of brick.
I Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Fox wrnt to
Sundav to visit Mrs. Fox's
Mrs. F. M. Jones, of
Palmer, Okla., writes:
"From the time I en-
tered into womanhood
... i looked with dread
from one month to the
next. 1 suffered with my
back and bearing-down
pain, until life to me was
a misery. I would think
1 could not endure the
pain any longer, and i
gradually got worse. . .
Nothing seemed to help
me until, one day, . . .
I decided to
The Woman's Tonic
"1 took four bottles/'
Mrs. Jones goes on to i Kj
say, "and was not only i| ij
greatly relieved, but can lit u
truthfully say that 1 have
not a pain. . .
" It has now been two
years since 1 tookCardui,
and I am still in gx>d
health. . . I would ad-
vise 2ny woman or girl
to use Cardui who is a
sufferer from any female
If you suffer pain caused
from womanly trouble, or
if you feel the need of a
good strengthening tonic
to build up yourrun-down
system, take the advice
of Mrs. Jones. Try Car-
dui. It helped her. We
believe it will help you.
Exide Battery Service
THE LIFE OF YOUR BATTERY
Depend* on the care and attention it receives. When it acts sluggish
or lifeless it needs the battery doctor's attention. Bring it to me for
free advise and examination. My prescriptions always do the work.
DISTILLED WATER—ELECTRICAL WORK
(jj Have installed a new water distilling machine and can furnish you
with pure distilled water at a reasonable price. Call and see this
"Wampus Kat." Make a specialty of "starter" troubles and all elec-
trical work. Just opened up in the old Carter Garage, one door south
of Herald office.
ONE DOOR SOUTH HERALD OFFICE. GUYMON, OKLA.
. Money to Loan .
ON OKLAHOMA AND TEXAS LAND
We do our own inspecting, write our own mortgages and pay the
money when abstract is furnished showing good title. We loan on five
years' time at 6 per cent and add on a small commission so as to pay
expense. We make you a better rate than you can get elsewhere, so
why pay more.
FOR LAND SAKE COME AND SEE JS IF YOU WANT TO BUY
But don't list your land with us unless you want to sell, for we
don't want to go to the trouble of showing it and then have you back
up and won't sign deed. We are to a great expense and every hundred
dollars we spend advertising this country, makes every farm in the
county worth $50 more money. Help those that help you.
g. f. mcknight
E. E. McDANIEL
THE GUYMON LAND AND LOAN CO.
Clean Men in a
F F. Simpson
Painting and Decorating
Office—Star Lumber Company.
ORGANS FOR SALE-STOVES WANTED
CjjTwo well drills; a quantity of well
rope; a feed grinder, and some sec-
ond hand tools.
<j} 1 save you money. Come and see.
The Second Hand Man
South Main St., Guymon, Okla.
YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED
The Yoakam Transfer Line
M. A. YOAKAM, Proprietor
We meet all Trains for Baggage and Express. Headquarters
at Star Mercantile Stora.
WE GUARANTEE PROMPT AND SATISFACTORY SERVICE.
This is an illustration of the Universal Opthalmo-
meter in use. It gives the observer positive infor-
mation as to the curves of the Eye Ball, the most
important thing to know in refracting the eye and
Your work is no better than your eyes.
Office Summers Building
Office Phone 249 Residence Phone 281
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Denny, J. Q. The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 31, 1919, newspaper, July 31, 1919; Guymon, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc273856/m1/2/: accessed November 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.