The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 9, 1920 Page: 2 of 10
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THE GUYMON HERALD
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9,1920.
A4r«-rlUI«ff In thU M lum So Ha*.
\o ad imptrd l""11
— \ few pounds of clean cot-
[it IKraM office.
WANTED—J!' ' or w omen tu take or-
d«ra among 1> *nA* "•<! "« * 5,'°r / '
the genuine Kuuranteed hosiery, full
line for men. women and children. El-
iminates darning W> pay Tic an hour
Kpare time, or 6.W a week 'or full
time. Kxperlenoc unnecessary. Writ*
International Stocking Mills. Norris
rOK 8AI.K <IK TKAOK.
R SA1.K—Youiik l'olle<l Shorthorn
JJulL 'ioldei: Gauntlet breeding •«.
F. Kinnamon, 6 ini. S and J mi. k. or
FOR SALE—A few young broke mares
on easy terms. See C. A Hitch or V.
N. Fletcher at the Fletcher Grain and
FOK SALE—A few extra good young
FOK SALE—An SO acre farm one-half
mile east of Cuyjuon, at 20 per acre
Address Box &7J.. "ll
FOn SALE OR Tit A 1>K—Second hand
threshing rig. Cash or term a. .0 h. p.
Reeves engine; 34-in. cylender sepa-
rator Ideal Kumley. U. J Camp. * ood-
FOR SALE—One two room house and
miif lots, close in. Will sell all or part.
See J* W. Booth. 2«tf
FOR SALE—Ford Touring ~ar tn
<5ood Condition. A bargain for some-
one needing a car. Call on or addreaa
J. E. Dalley, Guymon. Okla.
Ft>K ItENT—Two unfurnished rooms.
41tf. MUS. J J JONES
FOR i$LjJ—A pair of choice, heavy
I ercheron brood mares, well matched
and one of my route "A" Ford cars.
Cars are starter type and In good con-
dition. Will sell at pric< to move. K.
It. Lancaster, Guymon.
Wayne R. Humphrey, the fifteen
year ohl son of Mr. and Mrs. Austin
Humphrey died this morning as the
result of a pun shot wound received
Sunday afternoon, while hunting.
Wayne with several other boys,
were hunting three miles north of
town in Hiram Peckham's pasture.
The boys became engaged in target
practice and in some manner the gun
of Donald Phelps was accidentally dis-,
charged and the load hitting the Hum-
phrey boy just above the knee joint.
It was a shot gun and at close range
and the flesh and bone were terribly
The shock and loss of blood weak-
ened the boy beyond medical hope,
j He died the next morning at 4 o'clock,
or about 13 hours after the accident.
The funeral was held Monday after-
noon at the Christian Church conduct-
ed by Rev. W. B. Leonard.
Wayne R. Humphrey was born in
Wichita, Kansas, April '20, 1905. He
removed later with his parents to
I A father, mother, two sisters, Mable
I and Nellie and two brothers, Ray and
Cleman are left to grieve for him.
I The parents have the sympathy of
the entire community in this sad hour
of their loss.—Beaver Democrat.
It surely does begin to look like 1
w John Voile* had the.misfortune of
bting kicked last Thursday, while in |
Elkhart. His collar bone was broken
in two places, a gash cut in one cheek
and on leg bruised. The horse kicked
him twice. He is getting along as
well as could be expected at the pres-
Miss Beulah Whiteman is staying
with Mrs. W. E. Met*.
George Ensten spent last week near
Optima visiting his sister and old
George Camphouse and family
made a business trip to Guymon Fri-
Art Hjatt spent Sunday night and
Monday at J. W. Hoskins .
Mr. and Mrs. Gum called at John
Voiles' Sunday evening.
Art Hiatt and John Hoskins made
a business trip <o Boise City the first
of the week.
There is to be a Christmas tree at
the Lone Star school house on Friday-
night, December 24th; also one at
bonny Victory on Thursday night.the
23rd. Both schools are preparing a
nice program. Everyone invited.
J. W. Hoskins and family spent
Sunday evening at the G. G. Camp-
MRS. IMCHMCK M. V\I\I>KHS, In.
■trurtnr of I'liinu and \ oiee. StU'lio
at Mike Hotel. I'hone 34
JAS. K. ftllKM.IV Attorney -at- l.aw.
Latham Building, Guymon, Okla. j
JOHN I.. <.II.M>N, Attorney-at Law,'
; Office in Gllson Building, across from ]
' Court Hous«<.
HAUL MAKTIV Attorney-at Law. Of- j
flee over the Farmers and M«i chants ]
Bank. Hooker. Oklahoma.
VVALI.Al'K HVtiHKS. Attorney and
CouoMrllur at l.avr. Practice in all
courts. Office in First National
Bank building. Office Phone No. 88,
ALICE ('. WOODWARD, Attoraey.
Phone 32. Office In Kennedy Build-
[ Ing, first door west of Latham Build-
ing, Guymon, Qkla.
Law Office of n. I.. HOWSLBY, Rooms
14-15, Latham building.
H. M. BALLINfiER, Contractor aid
tlulldrr, Kstlmates, plans and speci-
fications carefully given. Office
with Comley Lumber Co.
DR. I. M. I.HiHTNF.R, Dentist. Phones;
Office, 147; Residence, 222; First Na-
tional Bank building. Guymon, Okla.
FOR HALE—A large site china cloaet,
"with glass doors.
4#tf MHS. FRANK SORTHRl P.
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
There will be preaching at the Pres- ,
byterian Church Sunday morning and I
evening. Sunday school at 10 a. m. '
E. F. S. DARBY, Paj&jr.
Monty b ek wltliont « tot.on
treatment of ITCH, 8CZWA.
RINGWORM, TETTER or
other Itching akin diet***.
Try a n crnt bo at our Hah.
\VA!>SY:R DRt'U COMPANY
DR. ALICE C. HATES. Dentist. Office
at residence. Phone 200, Guymon.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
r. r. HAYES, m. D„ Rooms S and 9
' First National Bank building. Office
qhone No. 20; residence phone No.
200, Guymon, -Oklahoma.
FOR RENT—Sleeping rooms, 50c by !
the day or 12.50 per week. Hoom.s j
furnished or unfurnished for light i
housekeeping. Mrs. E. O. Davidson, j
across the street from The Knox Gar-
1TOR RENT—Four bed rooms in mod-
ern residence, men preferred. Also
room for two cara in «arage. At
at Herald office.
U. S. NAVY
LOST—A figured black belt with "bur-
nished silver buckle. Finder please re-
turn to Herald office. 40t p
HUNTING is positively forbidden on
tba* K. Hitch ranch^^t^ CoMw^r
Dr. E. L. Maxwell, the eye. ear, nose
and throat specialist of Amarillo, Tex,
will wake regular visits to Guymon
once each month, on Monday. Tuesday
and Wednesday. Anyone desiring his
nervicea may arrange for the same
with Dr. Langston or Dr. Hayes. Next
visit will be December 6, 7, 8, and ex-
ery fourth week thereafter. ?tf
I am prepared to jgut In side-
frallis and foundations for anjr
arise buildings on short notice.
My new machine Is a wonderful
improvement over the old way.
Cement Tiling, Cement Bricks.
Cement Blocks and Concrete
work of all kinds on hand.
Figure with me on your cement
All Werk t.aaraateed
K. J. BRANT
Phone Z55. Guymon. Oklahoma.
There's m telling what will happen when a aorice carpenter is set loose
•n a nice pine board.
The Navy'a trade schools teach everything from holler making to wai< b
making. Carpentering ia one of the m«tet popular of the trades, and it Is
oue of the most profitable with which to return to 'civil life.
A three or fotsr years enlistment'will give a man time to become a master
carpenter, providing *lwaja, that be is serious and really aitpijes hinujelf
to bis work.
Fire or six years from now some of the al ove men will be earning g<>od
money building bouses. Others will bt in the service at advanced pay and
atlli Improving their knowledge of th« trade.
THE GUYMON GOOD
City's Commercial Organisation
Merts second Monday night of
each month. Correspondence so-
licited. Visitors welcome.
— "We work for Texa« County" =
s jg =
1 I. M L1GHTNER. President j j
1 JACK CURTIS. Secretary, g g
R. H. HAWKINS, Phjulolaa and Sur-
geon, Goodwell. Oklahoma.
The men s quarters on our new battleships are more luxurious than the
Admiral's quarters of fifty years ago. This is a corner in the reading roo
of the U S S New Mexico. A big library and complete file of current maga-
zines, aa well as newspapers from all the large cities, help to take care of any
atoruv bours when Jack may not prefer to be on deck.
A g.MKi title for this picture would be, "Why boys leave home, and tb*
best part of it la that they come back real men.
DR. «. H. LANGSTON, Physician and
Sung eon. General practice Office in
Frank D. Hood Drug Store. Phones
—OfTiee, No. 4; Residence. No. 143
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA—
Meets every first Monday at 7;30 p.
m. in First National Bank building.
H. F. Garner, Consul; s, H. Gwinn,
GUYMON LOIMiE No. 335. A.F. A A.M.
Meets first and third Thursdays of
each month. All Master Masons
cordially invited to attend. Geo. E.
Ellison, W. M.; D. P. Bissell, Sec'y.
ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER—Meets ev-
erv second and fourth Thursday
niibts. All members cordially in-
vited. Byrd Roger, H. P.; G. E. Elli-
. O. O. F.T-Guymon Lodge No. 415,
meets every Friday night. "Mil
Miser.N. G.; John McDonnel. V. G.:
Lee Matheson. Secretary; G. E.
MYSTIC RKBKKAH LODGE — Meets
every first and third Monday nights
Helen Foreman, N G.; Mrs. A. D.
in Masonic Hall. Visiting brothers
and sisters cordially invited. Mrs.
Hopkins, V. G.; T«nuie Luther. Sec'y. i
The Big Jo Lumber Company has announced its third reduction
in Lumber prices since spring.
If you are going to put up a building you may be sure that you
vill get the benefit of these reductions which are bona-fide. Our
reductions are to all buyers and we do not resort to sharp practices
to overcome some losses that we are obliged to take on a falling mar-
We are^proud of our complete stocks, our fair prices and the
building helps that we can give you.
REMEMBER OUR PLANS AND BUILDING HELPS. SEE WHAT
IT LOOKS LlfcE BEFORE YOU BUILD.
Big Jo Lumber Co,
DuBOSE DRUG STORE
Light's Best Flour
Dried-peach producers in
California were getting
only fifteen cents out of each dollar spent by the con-
sumer—less than the cost of production. The rest
was being absorbed in a wasteful form of distribution.
Something had to be done mighty quick or the in-
dustry was doomed. The California Peach Growers
Association was organized and the crop marketed
cooperatively. The grower's share of the consumer s
dollar was increased from fifteen to fifty-five cents.
And the price tc the consumer was lowered a cent a
Such stories might be told by
the dozen—and they're all true!
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