The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 31, 1919 Page: 3 of 8
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THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1919
THE GUYMON HERALD
We do not sell for COST, but we sell for a very
THE BIG CASH STORE. General Merchandise
Ford Tractor For Sale
Have a Ford tractor that we will sell at a bargain.
Not in running shape, but parts can be secured to
make it so. At the price we are asking it will pay
you to investigate. Call at the Guymon Light &
Power Plant and see it.
Simpson & Segar
Carpenters and Contractors
Groceries and Meats
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
Fruits and Vegetables :: Fresh and Cured Meats
"ST W. E. Eutsler SK3
BUILD IT, NOW
If You Need That House
BUILD IT NOW
Your first peace-time work is the
building of that new house you had to go without
whils the war was on.
Both labor and materials are available
once more and a great deal of government build-
' ing, state work and factory construction already
is under way. Measure the amount of satisfac-
tion and service your new home would bring and
you 11 want to get started at once.
The sensible thing then is to BUILD
NOW and we have all the material to build the
nra-v—fra miner. siding, trim, shingles,
doors and Beaver Board—the
aoors ina — - tt .
lumber, knotless and crackles!—for the walls and
ceilings. Speak to us about it today.
J. W. Ilhoads was in Guymon Mon-
day on business.
Plum picking is the order of the day
in this community.
M. J. French and family are the
owners of a new piano.
Fred McClenagan was on the sick
list a few days last week. ,
Fred McClenagan bought a saddle
from Mr. Harbison last week.
Tim Clawson's baby has been real
sick but we hope is better now.
Mr. rnd Mrs. Sterling Harbison were
visiting relatives in Texas Sunday.
Mrs. H. S. Timmons called on Mrs.
F. McClenagan Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Wagner mo-
tored to Guymon Friday afternoon.
Miss Maggie James spent one night
last week with Mrs. Okla Davidson.
I. A. Wade, J. W. and Grandpa
Iihoads called on F. McClenagan last
Misses Cleva French, Lucile Mc-
Clenagan and Blanche Fry visited Mrs.
Okla Davidson Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Rider returned
to their home Sunday after spending
some time with the latter's parents, M.
J. French and family.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Thoreson and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Webb
and children spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Okla Davidson.
The ice cream social at the M. J.
French home Thursday evening was
well attended and all report a good
Donald Nicholas is hauling wheat to
Guymon from the Friendship neigh-
C. A. llisdon harvested barley for
himself and Mr. McKibben Monday
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Frary were call-
ing at the McKibben and Risdon homes
Mrs. W. I-.. Fisher, who has been
quite ill with appendicitis, is able to
lie about the house again.
Mrs. J. W. Smith and children of
Hooker visited over Sunday with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cox.
Rev. Pringle will preach at Glen
Rose Sunday, August 3. Sunday
school at 10:30 and all are welcome.
Mr. and Mr^, II. E. Frary and Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Copp and family spent
Thursday evening at the J. J. Fox
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Cox and Mrs. J. W. Smith
and children spent Sunday at the Z. T.
C. A. Risdon and family. Miss Jewel
Copp and Hugo Fisher spent a very
enjoyable afternoon Sunday on the
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. and Theodore
Larkin, Mr. and Mrs. I,. M. Sparks,
Mr. and Mrs. 1. I). ^Shaffer, W. P.
Segar, Everett Lnrktn and Dena Rus-
sell spent Sunday afternoon at the W.
J. Segar home eating ice creum.
over from Haviland, Kansas, Wednes-
day to visit Ids brother A1 and family
S. J. Gribble and family were Sun-
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Scheidel, who are now occupying their
fine new bungalow.
The many friends of Miss Vernla
Wood will be pleased to hear that she
has been re-hired to teach the Block
school the coming year.
Mr. and Mrs. Scheidel and Mr. and
Mrs. Bergstedt were Sunday guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Forbis.
Mrs. Jackson called on Mrs. Forbis
Fred Shields was an Elkhart visitor
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Carr were visit-
ing Colorado friends Sunday.
Bessie Jermyn and Tena Kelly spent
Friday with Wanda Goodman.
Dr. McCarty and wife of Guymon
spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs.
Miss Grace Tudor of Guymon spent
a couple of days at the Jermyn home
Mrs. Laura Williams and son and
John Stewart left last week for a few
days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Howell of Delfin.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nichols and chil-
dren of Texhoma were visiting the lat-
ter's brothers, Fred and Claud Shields,
Oral Shields and mother and sister
Ruth were out here last week visiting
friends and relatives. We are very
glad to see Oral back.
Tena Kelly, Wanda Goodman, Mr.
and Mrs. Elwood Harriman, Margaret
Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly
spent Sunday at the Gabariel home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wiley and son
Lee, Mrs. Bacon and son Jake, Lula
Kelly, Archie Rose and Edward and
Johnnie Stewart were Sunday guests
at the Jermyn home.
Wheat threshing is the order of the
day in this vicinity.
Joe Dickey called at the O. S. Fer-
geson home Saturday morning.
Henry Lewis spent Sunday night
with William and Vernon Wallis.
Carrie Fergeson was the guest of
Mrs. Gladys Rathgeber Sunday after-
Reidie Fergeson and Myrtle Wallis
called on the Gurley girls Sunday af-
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rathgeber and
sons called on Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rath-
Mr. arid Mrs. G. D. Michael and son
George and Twiggs Fergeson attended
the meeting at Guymon Sunday night
Rev. Kelly's daughter and son-in-law
from Elkhart were visiting the C. A.
Lee and J. W. Wallis homes last
Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
This medicine always wins the good
opinion if not the praise of those who
use it. Try it when you have need of
such a remedy.
Comley Lumber Co., Guymon, Okla.
Olive and Judith McKibben spent
Sunday at the Fox home.
Mrs. Judith McKibben was a caller
at the Risdon home Saturday.
Everett Larkin threshed wheat for
Mr. Segar the last of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Risdon were
shopping in Guymon Thursday.
Several from this community at-
tended the show in Guymon Thursday.
Clyde Carter left the last of the
week to plow on the North Flats.
C. A. Risdon and daughter Edith
were shopping at F.va Tuesday eve-
Miss Dena Russell of Meade, Kan-
sas, is visiting her sister, Mrs. O. M.
Gladys and Cleta Reed spent last
Wednesday afternoon with Miss Edith
Dr. Ewing was seen on our streets
C. Simmons called on C. Knicker-
Mrs. Callaham has been on the sick
list the past week.
C. F. Knockerbocker marketed hogs
in Hooker Friday.
Lawrence Willis' threshing outfit is
in this neighborhood.
Mrs. Callaham visited her daughter
Vina in Rolla Sunday.
G. T. Jackson and family are enjoy-
ing their new Ford car.
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson were shop-
ping in Hooker Monday.
Bro. Terry was a week-end guest of
J. A. Kennedy and family.
Joe Meyer and C. F. Knickerbocker
were county seat visitors Tuesday.
Cleta Littlefield spent the night last
Monday with Mrs Beulah Gribble.
Mrs. Nora Hudson and Viola and
Bill Worley called at Good Hope farm
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Worley wel-
comed a baby girl at their home Thurs-
day evening, July 24.
[,en Fankhauser and family motored
— FOR SALE —
Good improved Ranches, good improved farms, bar-
gains in unimproved lands.
PRICES AND TERMS TO SUIT
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G. A. HART
Plumbing and Heating
INTERNATIONAL ONE-PIPE HEATER
See me tor figures on same. Phone 274
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Do business with—
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The Famous Hot Ball Oil Engines
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Guymon Ice and Ice Cream Works
C. H. McBRATNEY, Proprietor.
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