The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 15, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 7, 1905 Page: 1 of 8
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The Guymon Herald.
Guymon, Beaver County, 0. T., Thursday, December 7, 1905.
Dcccmbcr Has Come
DENNY BROS. & LATHAH
From Quit to Denver.
Guthrie. O. T., Dec. 3 The
Oklahoma City, Denver A (iulf
Railroad Company was granted
an Oklahoma charter yesterday.
The line is to run from Shrew
Resolutions Adopted by the; MissHhebeHucklinof Liberal,
_ ... n . « ( ]1 Kansas, sjs'nt I hankstfiving with
Republican County Central FVrn
At the meeting of the Repub
lican Central Committee held at
Are Still Here With a Good Assortment of Goods
for the Winter Honths.
Broad Cloths, 54 Inches wide, f 1.50 value for $1.25
Ladies' Cloths, 54 Inches wide, $1.00 value for 85
Rapsllants, 54 inches wide 60
Black Secillians, 44 inches wide 1.00
Black Seolllians, 44 inches wide 85
Blaok Seolllians, 36 inches wide 50
Outings, the Best, 10c per yard.
Boys' Corduroy Clothing, |3.50 per Suit.
lien's Corduroy Clothing, flO.OO per Suit.
Men's Corduroy Clothing, |12.50 the Best.
Men'8 Overcoats, from $5.00 to $12.50.
SHOES, we ask no one no odds in this line.
Try us and be Convinced.
Ladies' and Children's Jackets, a good assortment.
Denny Bros. & Latham
[Successors to B. P. DENNY & BROS.]
Directly Opposite Post Office,
port, La., to Denver, a distanceI le aver, Okla., December, 1905
of 777 miles, and is to be built at i \\r declare:
h cost of $25,000 a mile. I First. That we thank th«
Starting atShreveport the lino ptniplo ,,f Beaver City for the
uns through parts of L*>ui«iana entertainment and hospitality
ind Texas, the Choctaw, Chicka- j (.xtended to us
uiw and Siminole nations, in
Indian Territory, and Pottuwat |
uuie, Cleveland, Oklahoma, Cana-
dian, Logan, Kingfisher, Blaine,
Custer, Dewey, Wtxids, Day,
Woodward and Beaver counties,
in Oklahoma. The capitalisation
is $19,425,OIK), and thd incorpora-
tors are: C. G. Jones, J. L.
Wilkins, Ed Overholser, G. W.
Carrice and K. J. Edwards, all
.if Oklahoma City.
U. J. Warren is building an
addition to his residence in the
west partof town.
We will "buy HIDES ami pay the
highest market price.
Star Mercantile Co.
There is much building in all
parts of town. Guymon is
S. D. Satranko has opened up
a tailoring establishment in the
north part of town and also
handles a nice line of furnish-
C. B. d. Williams and son and
J. S. Golden, of the north flats,
were transacting business in
„ The meeting conducted by
Rev. Hines and P. M. Ford closed
Sunday night. There were eight
or ton additions to the various
church organizations of the
Comfort* t<> make you comfortable
at Denny liroN. & Latham'*.
Mr and Mrs. E. W. Zea will
arrive from Kansas City in a few
days on a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Stonebruker, at the Anchor D
i M. H Phillips, of Claraville,
Second —That as statehood I Wll„ in town Tuesday and re-
will be grant 'd Oklahoma and I nowed his subscription to the
I 1 ! ril in tlui noUH I I IJ
Indian Territorj in the near
future, it behooves us to bet'in
active political work at once. The
time is now at hand when a
thorough party organization is
necessary. It will be the con
stant offoitof each committeeman
to work lor the interest and
nuccess of the party in his
Third, The Guymon Herald,
Tyrone Observer and Beaver
Journal are designated as the
.jfticial organs of the Republican
party of Beaver county, and of
this committee in their respective
GUYMON, O. T.
DRUBS, MEDICINES, OILS, PAINTS, FINE STATIONERY,
TOILET ARTICLES, FANCY 600DS,
SCHOOL BOOKS and SCHOOL SUPPLIES
In fact everything carried in a first-class Drug Store.
FOR SALE. - Young Turkeys,
weighing 10 to 15 lbs. $1.25 each.
J. C. Butts, office joining Star Lum-
We pay the highest market price for
hides. Star Mercantile Co.
There will be a new lumber
yard established in Guymon in a
short while. Jackson Brothers,
of the Jackson Grain and Coal
Co., will own most of the stock.
The Guymon depot is to be
enlarged soon by the addition of
a large freight room and tie
p.esent living rooms are to be
converted into an office. The
work of enlarging the depot is
to be done or begun this year. A
Resolutions -Adopted by the
Republicans of Beaver
Gounty at Mass Meeting.
We, the Republicans of Beaver
countv, lu mass convention assembled
at Beaver City, Oklahoma, this 2nd
day of December, 1906, declare:
First. - We heartily endorse the
wise, fearless, patriotic and states-
manlike administration of President
Roosevelt, and note with pleasure his
announced support of immediate joint
statehood for Oklahoma and Indian
Territory and express our satisfac-
tion of his diligence and efforts to
ascertain the needs of the people of
these territories and his determination
to give them a square deal.
Second. We desire at this time to
renew our expression of coutidenoe in
the Hon. B. 8. McGuire, delegate to
congress an a man and public official.
He has loyally and patriotically pro-
tected every interest of his constitu-
ents. We appreciate hla diligent labor
in behalf of statehood for Oklahoma
and ludian Territory and we have
confidence, that as a result of his
efforts, Oklahoma and Indian Terri
Qood line of ready-mado clothing
from M.50 to I1&.00.
Denny Bros. A La that
Kv Winte rs, of Baton, N. V
passed through Guymon Ti
day enroute to Fulton Crc
to try and make a dicker for
'Muggins," the Kettell race
Mr and Mrs. Guy Baird en-
tertained a number of their
friends at whist on Friday night,'
December 1. During the even-
ing a whist club was organised
and the next place of meeting
will be at the home of the
For a nice tan shoe see Denny Bro«.
FOR SALE -Second hand
household furniture, such as
carpets, chairs, tables, stoves,
bedsteads, etc. Will be sold
cheaper if sold at once. Apply
at residence of Mrs. J E. Sulli-
Rev. Father Camp of Wood-
ward, O. T , will celebrate mass
in Guymon at Woodman hall on
Wednesday, and Thursday, Dec.
13th and 14th.
Examine Your Notices.
All persons having final proof,
contest or other notices appear-
ing in this paper are requested
to examine same carefully and
if errors occur notifj the pub-
enoriH, uKiam>iii uu mui u —— . - -
tory will thine at the 4Mb. star on fisher, «0 that such errors may
Hi II.i / * Inliu " L mMn/lt/l/1 kil^APU fho Hnti) iii
m n , | i « . , . to be done or begun this year. A
The Cumberland Presbyterian . freigh( room \l greatly
services will be held regularly nJded, also the enlargement of
every month on the 2nd Sunday, ^e office is a good thing for
at 3 o'clock, in M. E. church, depot emp|()yt.fes.
Guymon. Also at Lee's place, 7
miles east of Guymon, at 11
o'clock a. in. and 7:30 p. m. same
day. P. M. Ford,
Blankets to keep you warm at
Denny Bros. A Latham's.
Anew brick building would
look pretty well on the corner.
Stoves and Ranges
A W A A D t D
WORLDS FAIR, 1904
SEND DA HONEY To ouw>'"!own c>t|,o^e
OfcnW WW MVIlfcl or sharpers, who claim to be man-
ufieturert. See the |ood« before you buy. We have the
tftvw for your Inspection tod will sell them * you chcapcr
dial can be bought anywhere. Bring your catalogue with
you. Why not teat our claim.
National StovM and Ranges are Hlgh-Grade
Qoods at Low Prices;
Bachelor Stoves, two holee, drum oven, $5.50 to $6.50.
Heaters, from |8 to *40.
Cook Stoves, $8 to $50.
UNISTOI HARDWARE COMPART,
. GUYMON, a r.
Mr. Lee Larabee and Miss * " r^"u"njed by the Beaver
Nettie Summers were married Bank Alg0 a numb,,r
at Liberal on Wednesday Dec- olmenwhoare members of the
ember fith, at 11:30 o clock, a. m. djjferent fraternal orders are
and wdl go east on a bridal tour. anxiout to help build a substun-
The contracting parties are well gj . building and use
known in Guymon and their fauvvertam for lodge pur-
many friends here wish them e8
unbounded happiness and pros- p
perity. | R. 8. Cox sold his residence
jn the north part of town last
Gome and Get a Ticket Saturday to Mr. Salter, of thi
We wish tc call your attention firm of Denny Bros & Latham
to the fact that we handle Enns and has let the contract for le
Best flour, a line of Chase A erection of another residence.
Sanborn's fresh roasted coffees, Clel Ballinger is the contractor
and have something nice for our and work will begin immediate y.
customers in the way of pictures Mr. Cox d.ies not keep chickens
and frames. Come and get a by reason of the fact that he
ticket. A chance of a lifetime to builds, sells and moves so often
decorate your home. that the fowls would a be .tub-
McUrty A Hurliman. legged on account of their limbs
Successors to Harris Grocery breaking -from being tied so
Third.-The action of President
Roosevelt in appointing Captain
Frank Krante as the next governor
meets our hearty approval. In Cap-
tain FranU we recognize a brave and
loyal soldier, a man of honor,
iu'togrity and civic righteousness. We
know Captain Franta will make an
lionest ami conscientious official and,
like our illustrious president, willglve
every one a square ileal.
Fourth.- The Hon. John H. Hurford
is an applicant for re-appointment as
chief justice, und that l>y hi* wiae,
conservative and able admistration of
justice in his official capacity of chief
justice, as well as his uniform courtesy
and appreciation of the rights of all
persons, regardless of political par-
ties, has endeared himself to the peo-
ple of Oklahoma and especially to the
citizens of Beaver county, it being
the former home of Judge Burford.
We, therefore, unanimously endorse
the Hon. JohnH. Burford for thechief
justiceship of the territory of Oklaho-
ma, and we rest supreme in the con-
viction that no more able, honest and
conscientious man for the position can
be found in Oklahoma
Fifth. We pledge our service to
the republican party. At its shrine
we reverently bow; uoon its alter we
i lace our honor anu our manhood.
It will eve>- be ou.- constant endeavors
to labor tor the triumph of republican
principles and the success of the re
W« Sell ind Rent
The World's Best Typewriter
WE carry a complete ttock of Typewriter
Desks, Ribbons, Papers, Carbons, and
all supplies for all makes of machines.
Competent stenographers, who can operate
any make of machine, furnished without charge
to either party.
Send fit our bookl-t or • wlwmsn to wpl«l« J. e why th«
9h, Smith Promt** Typowrltor Co.
1637 CHAMPA STREET, DENVER COLORADO.
uiioii !>■> «;. We appreciate that
a large measure the future develop-
ment, progress and prosperity of
Beaver county dejiends uuou the tri-
umph of repuidican principles.
It is further our desire to receive
the recognition we deserve and take
the place we are entitled to in the
political affairs of Oklahoma and we
know we can do so only by first per-
forming our duty to the uarty and to
its nominees, as straight and '>yal
republicans in local as well as
territorial elections. Therefore, we
o le dire our honor to aupport the party
and will do all in our power to make
and maintain Beaver as the bauner
republican county of the territory 01
J. 8. Fischer, ^
W. L. Hesrdsley,
C. C. Graves, Committee
A. C. MidkifT,
A. D. Green.
be corrected before the date of
r b. Quinn, Publislier.
Detrlot special Overalla that actual-
ly wear like a pig'a noae at Denny
Bros & Utham'a.
Dr. W. F. Wooster died re-
cently at his home in Missouri.
Try a package of U all no after
dinner mints at the Star.
Judge Henry Hudson, of
Hooker, died recently while on a
business trip to Colorado.
The Beaver Journal printed an
account last week of a scrap
between W. C. Praeier end Mr.
Maty, in the Register of Deeds
office, in which the opinion was
expressed that Mr. Fraaer was
right and Macy wrong.
The Star is the plaee to buy
your fresh fruit and candies.
Hundreds of friends of H. J.
Bone, of Ashland, Kansas, will
rejoice over his success in gain-
ing the appointment as United
States District Attorney for the
state of Kansas. The President
has mndo known his decision
to appoint Mr Bone, which
ends a long and bitter contest.
Bulkoliveirat the Star.
Denny Bros. & Latham take orders
for M. U«rn a Co.
PRIZE FLOUR AHEAD.
There is a tft.00 gold piece
waiting at the food show for the
best bread baked in Cleveland.
The Hour that this bread was
made from was a brand called
"Prise," made by the Monarch
Milling Co, Hutchinson, Kansas.
This bread, out of over a hun-
dred loaves, was the most ideal
aa to artistic baking, lightness,
texture, shape, sise, appearance,
flavor, crust, taste and cutting
propensities. Alio, theaethings
were known to and considered by
the four competent judges and
The republicans of the county all the "TllS" «"ho had
are gradually learning that th« Orocera' ho ha<l
iT'Te o}k'deSrVWMd1%T^ X ti rat pri
them est ray. One dose of such' was awarded bread made from
every mother'.non olth. would- 5,„r !5
U d"r" *"nl" *" "n'; ' 1Z, Jhe Jayhawker ,Ute.
fllP. Cleveland, Ohio, lxiader, Octo-
Oo to Denny Bros, a Latliam for a . iy.i\
new Horn suit. °®r 1 '
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