The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 17, 1922 Page: 4 of 10
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THE GUYMON HERALD
THURSDAY, AUGUST 17,1922.
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OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER
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For State Senator, Mnt Senstorlil Dis-
W. O. Hl'GHES. of Guymon
F r Ueprewntntlve. T** « i>« Cimar-
I. M. I.lfSHTNKR. of Guymon
For CommlMloner. Second District
J. C. nENlSON, of Ouymon.
Piir Commlaaloner, Third PUtrlct Thm
O. C. OI.ATTHAAR. Goodwell Okla.
For Sheriff. Tex«* County,
EP SMITH, of Rang;*,
For County Attorney, Texna County.
OR LAN 1*1 F SWEET, of Hooker.
For Aaaeanor. T**a* County.
EKT.I.NER GLENN, of Optima.
For County Treaaurer. Texaa County,
JACK Ct'RTIB, of Guymon.
For County Superintendent, Tnai
JOHN H. POX, of Ouymon
For Court Olwk. Texaa County.
KLLEN JOHNSON. Guymon.
For County Clerk Tesaa County
JOHN H (MAC) DONALD. Guymon.
For County Surveyor, Texaa County.
RALPH M INGRAM Ouymon. Okla.
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A TENSE MOMENT IN FRIENDLY ENEMIES
Dr E. L. Maxwell, the eye, ear, noao
Second, the great reception tfiven
, p J. .1 II ,.tw ...VI, 1. and throat specialist of Amarlllo. Tex.. ^
.ays made R*dpalh-Horner anxious wm make yUlti |# Guyraon
. J verthjriK possible to please once e#ch m0Ilthi on Monday. Tuesday f
I their patrons. v and Wednesday. Anyone deslrln* his JL
HKIM BI.U AM
For Comnilsaloner, Second District
ELMER H1ER. of Advance Township.
For Sheriff. Texas County,
B. F RARKtC, of Guymon.
For County Attorney, Texaa County.
MARK H ADAMS, of Ouymon.
For Court Clerk Texaa County.
A F Bt'ltCH Guymon.
For County Clerk. Texas County.
J. C. WILLIAMSON, of Ouymon.
TWO GREAT PLATS
The people of this city will curt
the l-enefi' of the most succesiful dra-
matic achievement thus far lifted in
Chautauqua netivitie*. For three year*
Chautauqua manager* in the country
have been trying to secure the riithts
to the irreat Play "Turn to the K: rht".
Hr. Horner has been successful.
This irreat ploy will be presen-
ted in Premier Chautauqua th^s sum-
It is one of the two or tVe • irreat
dramatic successes of the past d?cade
It probably has not been surpassed
in the length of its run in New York
•r in any other place, accepting
As usual Mr. Homer will bring a
first class Broadway Company to the
Premier Circuit, and this irreat play,
with all of its delightful comedy, its
aweet wholesome situation* in it* tre-
mendous plot, will he presented in its
Wit i rely
Premier Chautauqua patron* are go
in* to have just twice a* much drama
tic entertainment as uaual thi sum-
mer Any reasonable man will admit
that, with the *ecurinir of "Turn To
the Right," with a big company of
New York player*, the moat e**ctin|f
Chautauqua patron should he well *at-
Not long are, however, Mr Homer
Vad the opportunity of secunnr the
rights to "Friendly F.nemies" So he
4ccide<l to five his patrons k>ui>le mr i
■are this year, and you will have the
opportunity of witnessing two won
"Friendly Enemies" i* a comedy-
drama, made famous by Louis Mam
and Sam Bernard. It had its first per
fhrmanre in Waahington. The audi
•are went wild over it. They called
wH the President of the I S . who
was compelled to rise in hi* h«>* and
■take a little speech They called «ut
ffco producer, all of the actors, and the
^laynght On that occasion President
Wilson aaid the following concerning
"All that 1 can say ha« already l en
aaid moat admirably in this beautiful
play. All tlie "rntimelils I could rx
pre-« have been admirably repre>vnted
—aenuinents that. I hope, will °on
grip the world".
When this great pUy first pr
duc«v| at the Haymarket Theatre in
liOfidnn. King tJeorge was present
It was notice-! that the Km* laughed
fccartly throuch u' At Ml 'r PV
At the conclusion vt the prefermance
ha called hi* great appreciation for
this wonderful pla\
g« you aee you will have the oppor
tunit) at enjoying two of America'*
heat modern comedy-dramas, all with
la one week
The Premier Chautauqua* wa* th«
pioneer in presenting drama from the
Chautauqua platform. For seven
year* a good standard play, produced
hp excellent professional people, has
boon a feature of the Premier I'K'uii
There Is no deaire to give unusual
prominence to this Nature of the pro-
grams, but there are aeveraJ reason*
why an anusual amount of attention
and expense is being devuted to th<
drama Oils season
In the first place the opportunity of
flatting both of these plays was too
good and to tempting to be passed
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A'-H finalle. thev felt that play- so services may arrange for the earn*
' so entertaining. ..th
so much of clean, happy comedy 3nth an.l ever> fourth week thereafter, j
would fulfill a real mission at this — '
particular time, when the feelings of If you need money to build a new
the public are a trifle under par. home, repair your present one, or pay j
Naturally these are both expensive off obligation now on your town prop-
features. They are plays that you erty, see Walter W. Kennedy. He can
would expect to pay from two or two care for you right now but might not ^
dollars and a half to see in a large be able to later. 17t3
| Forty years of constant use Is the
Everything is freah, clean and new Proof of th' '«eetivenem of
. iX lt ,, , .u White's Cream Vermifuge for expelling
at the Oscar Bigger Grocery, and the wormi ,n <hl|drt.n or a(|uUg rrl„, ,5fc
thing* taste good, too. Sold by Owl Dru* Store.
What Shall We
Do to Assure You
that all the claims we have made for our September
fith sale, offering are absolutely justified? What is
there to do? You know our reputation for depend-
ability. You also know our reputation for having
produced, developed, and sold as many good ones
as any breeder in the Southwest. We are pioneers
with Poland Chinas, and have kept them up-to-the-
minute. Now we tell you we have the best we ever
had and we mean that as strong as it sounds.
COME TO OUR SEPT. 5th SALE
and see the Sons. I laughter* and Granddaughters
of liicotte, the World's Grand Champion; the $«0,000
Pickett; I40.0W Yankee; $30,000 Designer; I2S.000
Rainbow, Liberator and Hercules Jones.
This Grand Offerihg sells bred to BIG PROFIT.
OCR NEW GIANTESS ROAR, a Marvelous Junior
Write For Catalogue.
A. A. SHULER
n i niuttii nmi!nm:m HummumiuwimnniM ii i! mim: m
The Famous Original Company—
His Own Family are Coming to
The Herald offers you the scrvice of the
best equipment and the best workmen in
the Panhandle Country. Send us your
orders for printing of any kind. Good
printing when you want it, at
The Herald Office
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Top Notch Corn Cutting |
We are Giving a Special on Three New Corn Binders J
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Sooner -or later you will be ready for another corn binder.
You may need a new one this season. For maximum economy
and corn profit we recommend the McCormick Corn Binder. The
McCormick has done top-notch good work in cornfields for many
years and the new ones are improved to the present limit.
The McCormick corn binder does satisfactory work in all
sorts of corn cutting difficulties. The stalks may be down and
tangled; they may be toughened by dampness; the field may be ir-
regular—but the McCormick will turn out good work as it has
done in the past. It is in the habit of leaving clean fields and de-
livering evenly-butted bundles ready for shocking, or direct into
the wagon over the bundle elevator which is furnished when you
You may have a special tongue truck also with the McCor-
mick, and the bundle carrier as riow improved operates so that the
bundles are dumped out of the way of the horses. The McCormick
is durable. The levers for controlling the adjustments are in easy
reach. It is well worth your while to call and see the McCormick
Corn Binder. Don't put this matter off. Be sure you are ready for
$ 185.00 Each
Dont Let this Bargain Get By You
GUYMON MERCANTILE COMPANY
The Busy Store
Phone 41. Guymon, Okla.
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Note these New Priccs
/"\N July 29,1922, the lowest
^ price* ever quoted on U. S.
P.ivMMiper Car Tirea went into
effect —Royal Cords included.
These new prices should give
confidence to duler* and car.
owners that no lower hasis of
quality tire prices will prevail.
Bear in mind that these prices
apply to the most complete
line of quality tires in tlie
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as vou read the follow-
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