The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 28, 1921 Page: 3 of 8
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THURSDAY, APRIL 28,19&1.
THE GUYMON HERALD
A GOOD SUIT IS NOT NECESSARIALLY EXPENSIVE
We have men's suits in stock as low as $20.00, none over $33.00. We can or-
der a tailor made suit from $18.00 to $90.00. Come in and see us before you buy.
Everything in groceries and dry. goods, and the price is right.
We give highest market price for eggs, and 35 cents per pound for good butter.
One Block West
Of the Depot
J. G. McLARTY,
Little Delta Winfrey, who was op
W. W. Allen todk his little daughter erated on at a Liberal hospital for ap- 1 Quite a change in the weather. It
to Perryton last Thursday to see a pendicitis is not getting along very makes U8 thinlc win,ter is coming back, hood since the rain.
doctor wel1- We hope t0 hear 800n that 8he | Gus and Tom Webb are farming on Ernest Deightmire and Will Deight
LONE STAR I R®al estate transfers
. ... Following 1b a list of the reccnt real
Wheat looks fine in thia neighbor- estate transfers as supplied by the
Farls-Mnthewson Abstract Co.:
G. E. Schroeder butchered a 270 is better-
pound hog last week. | Albert Ragsdale and family and
Mrs. W. T. Cole and children called Hugh Campbell and family were Sun- to Elkhart Thursday.
on Mrs. Foote Phelps last Monday af- day guests at Mr. Rankins. j Grandpa Webb is real poorly at thia
ternoon. I Mr. Coss of Dombey, bought some writing.
A. A. Johnson and family of Ochle- broom Corn seed of C. G. Menke last Some from this neighborhood
tree county, Texas, were guests at the week. 1 started for the pie and box supper
G. E. Schroeder home last Sunday. i Mrg Lula Littleton and son and Friday ni*ht but didn,t get very far"
Ed. Littleton and family of Perry-1 daughter called on Mrs. J. A. Dain John Pauley spent Saturday night
ton, Texas, were Sunday guests at C. ^ Frjday> | with Merle Deane.
0. Littleton's. I , . ..
G. E. Schroeder and family and S. J. Burkhart and famay. Foote
Claude Ragsdale and family were Phelps and family and the Win y
Sunday evening guests at the C.* G. ' girls were Sunday guests at the U O.
Menke home. s I Brown home..
the old T. C. Campbell place. mire, Evans Deightmire, George and
Mr. Bartlett made a business trip Frank Kamphouse made a business
trip to Boise City Monday.
Mrs. Folsom called on Mrs. Ensten
We cannot prevent hail storms, but we can insure you against
them. Insure in old line Companies where you are sure of full
pay in case of a loss. We have them and will appreciate your
Absolute Protection. Sure Pay.
KLOOZ & WRIGHT
The First Nat'll Bank. . Guymon, Okla.
World's Championship Won by Wallis
There is a certain amount of pride that a dealer will
feel in selling the Wallis Tractor. Its remarkable
performance, illustrated by the recent winning of the
gold medal of the Royal Agricultural Society of Eng-
land and first prize in the three-bottom class, enables
Wallis dealers to offer their farmer friends a tractor,
that represents the highest development in power
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Announcement has been made of a redaction in the
price of the Wallis Tractor and all genuine J. I. Case
implements. This reduction is made to meet the
popular demand and to help readjust business.
WE ARE DEALERS IN
WALLIS TRACTORS AND SEPARATORS, ALTMAN TAYLOR
TRACTORS AND SEPARATORS, SAMSON
TRUCKS CHAMPION HEADERS AND BINDERS, CHAMPION
BIG FRAME MOWERS, STEWART TRUCKS, REPUBLIC TRUCKS
JUMBO GAS ENGINES, ALL KINDS TRACTOR AND HORSE(
DRAWN IMPLEMENTS, BIRDSELL WAGONS, ROCK ISLAND
WAGONS OLD HICKORY WAGONS, LETZ DIXIE GRINDERS.
BELTING, AUTO ACCESSORIES.
Mr. and Mrs. Gifford and baby
called at Ellis Bock's Friday evening.
Frank Kamphouse and little son
Edward visited a few days last week j a'L Wfiuvmon. ^loo.' Blk" 8* Funk I
Thomas Webbwent down to Perries' at his brother's, George Kamphouse. I
fishing Sunday after dry land fish. I J°h" Giff10rd,a"d, sl ter Rhea cal,ed ,
Lester Sparks is making regular at Mr. Bracken s Monday. j
calls at the Jack Hart home now. f A few of the* 7°™* PeoPle of this
Eva Smithson took dinner at the neighborhood attended the pie supper
J. C. Couch to Ellas Olsen—Lots 4, B,
at White Hall Friday night and report e. Blk. 2, Funk Add. Guymon, 1800.
a nice time. ! G. B. Maasa to Delia Swain—Lots 3
a nice time. i ^ BJk 19> M & M Add> Hooker.
I. F. Holtzclaw to John F. Carter—
J. F. Cartec to L. L. Smith—NHK-M
. R. L. Mlzar to J. L. Pate—LotB 17 and
18, Blk. 21, Guymon, $700.00,
C. H. Allison to Frank A. Sewell—Lot
13, Blk. 19, Texhoma.
W. C. Hayes to A. M. Albright—Lots
4 to 7 arid 13 to 18, Blk. 36, Tex-
A. M. Albright to Katie Albright-
Lots 4 to 7, Blk. 26, Texhoma, 01.00.
I. B. Kershner to Clayton Bowers-
Lots 23 and 24, Blk. 32, Latham Add.
G. H. Bailey to E. A. Hanson-r-Lot 10,
Blk. 11. Texhoma. $1100.00.
W. G. Hughes to C. B. Howsley—10 ft.
off West side Lot 4, Blk. 8,
Add., Guymon, $1.00.
L. M. Clutter to Bert Braum—NBK-
27-3-18, $1.00. .
E. E. Hearne to F| L. Helton—Lot 20,
Blk. 18, South Tyrone, Okla., $10.00.
Lela Cox to G. B. MassA—Lots 3 and
4, M &M Add., Hooker. $5000.00.
L .L. Cathoart to Mattie Mossey—Lota
T.-6-7-8, Blk. 23, Guymon, $2260.00.
J. C. Carpenter to Eddie Webb—8B11-
M. M. Blake to C. B. Voiles—Lots 4-6-«,
Blk 11. Hooker, Okla., $2400.00.
O. L>. Bowers to A. E. Smith—Lot« lit
17, 18, Blk. 55 Texhoma, $2500.00.
Jack Hart home Sunday.
I. N. Smithson and wife took Sun-
day dinner at the Will Wright home., !
Sctftt Hargrove and family took
Sunday dinner with Mrs. Sam John-
The meeting at Center is progress-
ing nicely. Everyone come
Otha Sharp and family have moved
in on the old Doc. Beaman place. j
Mrs. J. W. Hoskins and children
spent Monday evening with Mrs.
Ernest Deightmire and son Evans,
itaJ ck"ltoTi5to111 .ttM. Will Deightmire, and Frank Karnp-
. , house and son, spent Sunday and Mon-
WMr"SEay McNew and daughter and day at the George Kamphonae home.
Mrs. Sieve Sparks were calling at the
Smithson home Monday.
Free Shade Trees. The Latham Dry
Goods Store is giving a young shade
tree with each $1.00 purchase. 7tf
JORDAN MOTOR & OIL CO
See us for terms on
Tractor^ and Trucks.
Lights Bjst Flour,
L'ghts Best Flour,
241b. Corn Meal 65c.
101b. Corn Meal 3oc. a
51b. Com Meal 20c.
Baking PowJer. 25 certs per can. g
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce and daughter,
Miss Grace, and Mr. Smith of Tyrone,
Misses Maude and Minnie Jones and
Harry Nevins were dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Rist and family.
A number of friends of Miss N.irma
Nevins surprised her last Monday af-
ternoon, it being her fifteenth birth-
Miss Opal Garrison, who has been
visiting her aunt, Mrs. John Phillips,
the past week, returned to her home
in Plains, Kansas, Saturday.
Misses Grace and Ruth McElroy
and brother Marion spent Saturday
r.ight and S'inday with their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McElroy
School closed at Prairie Rose Frdav
aflter a successful eight months term.
A number of patrons arrived about
noon with well filled baskets. The af-
ternoon was spent in playing basket
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Locke and ..Ir.
and Mrs. Ross Groves and families of
Elkhart, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Nevins and family.
Mrs. Jones and children Alice and
Edwin and Mr. Holland were after-
noon callers at the T. J. Rist home.
Ruby and Ivy Matter entertained a
number of their friends and school-
mates at supper last Tuesday even-
ing. The evening was spent in play-
ing games. Mrs. Matter entertained)
with a few pieces on the piano. The
evening was very much enjoyed by all
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Polf and fam-
ily of Optima spent Sunday with Mt.
and Mrs. Gregg.
Byron Rudd and Ralph Hickox J
spent Sunday with Frank Decker. j
Brother Morgan visited with Mr. g
and Mrs. Vern Nevins Sunday.
Word was received from Mr. and s
5 Mrs. Rudd last week, stating that Mrs. |
I Rudd would probably be able to re- g
I turn home the last of the week.
| Arson Hitchcock visited friends |
1 east of Hooker the first of the week g
I Cullen Rist spent Sunday with g
I Robert Jones. !
| Little Marine McElroy is staying j
1 with her uncle, Mr. Wm. McElroy, and g
I family. . ' I
1 Virgil Nevins spent Friday mtrht |
j§ with Harrison and Lawrence Hitch- g
1 coc^* • . ,, 1
J Alice Jones spent Saturday night g
H with her sister. Miss Maude. g
jf Manford Sherman visited at the L- j
1 A. Nevins home Sunday.
Bill Metz and family, Claud Hiatt
and family, George Trim and family,
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hoskins, Mrs. W.
A. Crismon and daughter Zula and
Art Hiatl took dinner at John Ho,. -ggfgrW*
kin's Sunday. R; q. Keller to D. W. Melton—SHK-88-
Miss Lucille Hoskins spent Friday ta R
with Rhea Gifford.'
Arthur Dickson to H. L. Reed—NB14
J-5-10, $1200.00. _
J. H. 'Hargue et al to Julia Harville—
E. A. Short to Chas. D. Lee—NWii
T. B. Ross to J. A. Scott—Lots 12, 18
and 14, Blk. 9, Guymon, Okla. $9000.
J. A. Scott to T, B. Ross—SW146-2-16,
G. M. Henson to Joe Kansey—1-8 lnt
In SE14 -33-6-16, $2166.66.
R. L. Kennedy to R. G. Keller—N%-25;
HKS. RERNICE M. SAI'NDERS. IN-
ntrn<**or of Piano and Voice. Studio
At Pik Hotel. Phone 54.
Blk. 4, Funk Add. Guymon. $80.00.
Mattle Massey to L. L. Cathcart—8E14
p, HINKH DALE, liwyer, Office n
Pale Building:, opposite Court House.
IAS. R. RRESLIN, Attomejr-«t-l4W,
Latham Building, Guymon, Okla.
Mossy tms* without question
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WiNSRR DRUO COMPANY
JOHN L GII.SON, Attorney-"*
Office in Gilson Building, across from
RARL MARTIN. Attorney-nt l.iw. Of-
fice over the Farmers and Merchants
Bank, Hooker, Oklahoma.
WALLACE G. HUGHES. Attorney nnd
Connnellor nt Law, Practice In al
courts. Office In First National
Bank building. Office Phone No. 68,
LICE C. WOODWARD, Attorney.
Phone 32. Office in Kennedy Build-
lng, first door west of Latham Build-
in «r, Ouymon, Okla.
Law Office of R. L. HOWSLEY, Rooms
14-15, Latham building.
OR. I. M. LIGHTNER, Dentist. Phones:
Office, 147; Residence, 222; First Na
ttonal Bank building. Guymon, Okla.
THE 85 LAST SHOE PARLOR
A last to fit every man,
woman and child in the county.
We fix them while you wait.
All work guaranteed. Opposite
the Ford Garage.
CLAY HUGHES I COMPANY
"A fellow told me the other
day that the reason he did not
build A home was because ha
thought prices of lumbar and
other home making essentials
were too high.
"Whether he is'correct in hit
opinion or not to * matter I
don't cart to discuss. Howeve*,
without discussion or argument
I am safe in saying that prices
on a given quality will never be
"Besides, to /put off buying
so important a thing At ft roof
overones head is like going on
a hunger strike until food
prices come down—economleftl,
but terribly foolish."
"U tell'em river; you got ft
*1tT>tltl"m*"Mm'HH linill 1111 III IIIIIMTtl
DR. ALICE C. HAYES, Dentist. Office
at residence. Phone 200, Guymon.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
R. B. HAYES. M. D, Rooms 8 and 8
First National Bank butlding. Offlcs
qhone No. 20; residence phone No.
200, Guymon. Oklahoma.
DR. W. H. LANGSTON, Pfcyslelnn
Sargeon. General practice Office in
Frank D. Hood Drug 8tore. Phones
—Office, No. 4; Residence, No. 148.
W. A. INGRAM
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Only Licensed Engineer in the Panhandle.
No job too complicated to handle.
Star Idercantile Co.
The Road to Happh"".
Ton must keep well If you wish to
be h-iprr 'WTien constipated take one
or two of Chamberlain's Tablets Im-
mediately after supper. They cause
a gentle movement of the bowel*.
GOOD USED CARS
AT REDUCED PRICES
Can use secured notes or
Liberty Bonds as payment
THESE CARS ARE BARGAINS
BUICK. HUDSON AND ESSEX CARS
Also Exide Batteries, Kelly-Sprinefield and Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup
T'm= and Miohelin Tubes.
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