The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 9, 1920 Page: 3 of 10
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9,1920.
THE GUYMON HERALD
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Our Very Best 22oz Weight Overalls and
Jackets are Now Selling for Two Dollars
Our very best Heavy Outing now $ .33 1-3
All of our Dress Ginghams now 33 1-3
All of our 36 inch Percales now .33 1-3
Gallon size Plumbs now
Gallon size Prunes now ...
Gallon size Apricots now
Gallon size Peaches now
Are you getting the proper reduction where you trade?
Mr. and Mrs. James Reaich of
Hooker were calling at the Scheidel
home Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Syd. Noe were wel-
Mr. Kennedy's people are enjoying
come callers at Good Hope Farm Mon-
their new car, which they brought out
from Hooker recently.
A gentleman representing the Art
School at Lincoln, Nebraska, canvas-
sed the neighborhood the last of the
Miss Clara Wolcott was the happy
recipient Friday of a bay pony, which
she has been accustomed to riding, as
a birthday gift.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward visited with
Mr. N. Sandusky and family one day
last week. -
We had no mail Monday on account
of the severe storm. '
Mrs. Knickerbocker and family at-
tended Sunday evening services at the
Baptist church in Hooker and enjoyed
the excellent sermon and fine sing-
Sale Dates made at the Denny Printing Office or either of the Banks
VAN C. WHITTET
Commercial and Live Stock Auctioneer
WIRE ME AT MY EXPENSE
BOX SUPPER AT THE
Last Friday night the patrons of
the Buffalo School District No. 10
gave a box supper in order to raise
money to buy decorations and equip
the library for the school. A large
crowd was present and auctioneer
Wendell Henson wa9 at his best.
Much, excitement and fun was oc-
casioned when the cakes went up.
Miss Mary McKirahan was chosen
the prettiest and most popular young
lady and Tom McKinley was chosen
the homeliest man.
The proceeds amounted to $135.00.
FORD STOLEN FROM
Get Our Prices
Before You Buy
TRUCKS, TRACTORS, JUMBO ENGINES, WAGONS,
'DRILL PLANTERS, CULTIVATORS, DISC PLOWS,
LISTERS, RIDGE BUSTERS, DISC HARROWS,
BINDERS, AUTOMOBILES, TRAILERS, TIRES,
TUBES, ACCESSORIES, PAINTS, OILS, RAZORS
RIFLES, SH6T GUNS,' BICfCtES, i*EkFjjcfiON
STOVES AND HEATERS, DENATURED ALCOHOL,
GARDEN HOSE, HARMOGRAPHS, COASTER
Jordan Motor & Oil Co
Tuesday eve before Thanksgiving
was celebrated as Stunt night at P. A.
It was an evening of fun. The
Seniors took first prize. Epch class
stunt displayed remarkable talent and
The Juniors and Freshmen defeated
the Seniors and Sophoftioiya in an ex-
citing and closely matched game of
basket ball Friday nignt.
All students seem to have recovered
from the effects of too much turkey
and everyone is hard at work, for
Christmas will soon be here.
P. A. I. defeated Texhoma Preps
in an interesting game of besket ball
Friday evening. The score was 31 to
I The P. A. I. basket ball girls played
the Boise City girls Saturday, Decem-
ber 4 th. The score was 27 to IS in
If you wnnt to Rent Property—See Ifayr, If you want to Buy Property
—See Mays; If you want to 8ell Property—See May : If you want your
Rentals cared for—See May . Handltnur Town Property Jtooip«lv«ily.
RMPIjOYMKNT OKFIOK AND UK At. KSTATK
Two DoorB North of City Garape, Guymon, Okia.
Buninow) Phone US. Residence Phone 1W.
1 Up—Now Down
| When Lumber went up, we went up with
1 - the market.
I Lumber Prices are Down
1 and we are down with the market
| 15 to 30 %
| OUR MOTTO—To treat you right and give
% you service.
I Star Lumber Co.
I Phohe 19 W D. Youtsler |
On last Saturday evening the Ford
delivery car. belonging to the Haynes
Hardware disappeared from the store
and was not missed till Monday morn-
ing by the members of the firm. For
some time Mr. Haynes thought that
some of the boys had the car out, and
gave it no thought, but after a thor-
ough investigation it was considered
A $50.00 reward has been offered
bv the firm for the arrest and con-
viction of the thief, and it is honed
that he will soon be apprehended.
GEO. ARNOLD BADLY
BURNED BY GASOLINE
Geo. Arnold was badly burned a-
bout the face and hands Monday as a
result of an expJosion of a 2-gallon
can of gasoline. \The nccident ^cur-
red on the McCrea ilace, south ot
town where. M*. Arnold was employed
as engineer on a tractor en^n.e
The engine was running and was in
the act of going dead when Mr. Arn-
old picked up a 2-gallon can full, of
gasoline and in an attemot to *<^en >
the engine in motion began pouring
the gasoline from the can into the
"breath can., and at this instant the
engine backfired, igniting the gasoline
cansing the explosion. 1
Mr. Arnold was immediately rushed
to Texhoma where medical attention
-as given him by Dr. P. M. Hargrove.
The burns it is said went d6ep into '
the flesh especially' on the hands and
arms. His face was burned to the
extent that his eyes were swollen
closed, but it is not known at this iime I
whether or not the eye sight is effect-1
Mr. Arnold's friends are sorry fori
his misfortune and hope for him a
speldy recover^.—Texhoma Times, j
ANCHOR DEE I
Some snow storm Monday! I
The snow storm stopped threshing
for a few days. I
Jack Webb and family took dinner i
at the Jim Baker home Sunday. J
W. M. Stone who lives on the J.
T. Hughes place has sold his crop to
Mr. H. Dunham and intends to leave
in a few days for Jonlin. Missouri.
Brother Odneal filled his regular
aopointment at Liberty Sunday morn- j
ing and went to Guymon Sunday af-1
ternoon and helped Brother Jim Webb
s'art h;« meeting at that place Sun- ,
Those who attended the meeting at
Guymon from this community were
Elmer Ssores and fami'v, Mildred
Shores and Guss Webb. Rav Pauley.
Will Webb and I. N. Smithson .and j
Dave Smith and fanvly are in Colo-1
rado taking care of the grain from
their farm. . !
We hear that a Mr. McKibhon is |
going to move on the J. T. Hughes
place and take care of Mr. Dunham's
Arthur Webb and family spent
Sundav at O^ndna We^vV
Clarence Hart was calling at the
Jack Webb home Sundav
Mrs. Meece spent the week end at
the Elmer Shores h"me.
T. N. Smithson was calling at the
Fred Johnson home Saturday mom-
WHY NOT GIVE YOUR CHILDREN A CHRISTMAS PRES-
ENf THAT WILL BE OF GREAT VALUE THROUGH THEIR
ENTIRE SCHOOL LIFE—"THE BOOK OF KNOWLEDGE"
IN TWENTY LARGE VOLUMES.
WE PUT THE ENTIRE SET IN YOUR HOME AND ASK YOU
ONLY TO PAY FOR ONE VOLUME A MONTH.
PHONE ME YOUR ORDER OR STOP ME ON THE STREET
AND GET THESE BOOKS FOR XMAS.
W. H GRIMM
Silent A LAMP
P. A. I- ITEMS
Cash or Payments
i E. L. WALDEN. GUYMON BATTERY CO.
^ Guymon, Okla.
P. A I. closed successful football
season Thanksgiving day. by defeat-
in* Elkhart 43 to 13. We are not
only nroud of our team for their suc-
cess but also for their clean sports-
manship. which has been commented
S on by all of our opponents.
3 We pre enioyine a eenuin® rwiwl
§§ at the Methodist church of Goodwell.
| Rev. Peterson, the .new Presiding El-
Si der is giving us some long to be re-
1 membered sermons and lessons on
§| Christian livine which ar* r-d
| necessary to everyone. He also has
1 been liberal in giving some wonder-
3 ful addresses to the P. A. I. student*
I in chapel, three mornings th* weeV
M Mr. Coffey addressed a Teacher's
| Meeting at Beaver City last Week.
■ Several of our tethers attended.
WHEAT AND MILO
Put your hens in con
dition for laying.
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