The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 8, 1921 Page: 4 of 10
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THE GUYMON HERALD
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8,1921.
R. G KELLER.
I. L ENNIS.
O N E Y!
We represent one of the strongest Farm Loan Companies doing business in the Southwest, and give prompt inspection. No delay or waiting to sell
mortgages in the East if your title is good. The money is ready. It will pay you to see us before contracting for your loan. Phone, write or call on the
Oklahoma and Texas Land and Loan Company.
WILL MAKE EXHiBIT SHIFT THE TAXES
AT THE FREE FAIR TO THE POOR MAN
D. A. Abbott, the enterprising har-
ness dealer, says he is arranging to
make a fine exhibit of harness and
saddles at the Panhandle and Texas
County Free Fair next month. This
is an example that should be follow-
ed by merchants of other lines of
(roods. It will add to the fair at-
tractions, and the exhibits will have
a spendid advertising value.
"OLD WIVES FOR NEW"
A GORGEOUS PICTURE
George Washington said, "The al-
ternate domination of qge faction
over another, sharpened tur the spirit
of revenge natural to party issensions
ia itself a frightful despotism." Frank
Dixon, Chautauqua lecturer, brought
the above truth home to his hearers
in forceful plainness, showing the two ;
great political parties surging back
and forth, and in their endeavor to,
uphold the dignity of party policies,
defating many good measures intend-
ed to function for the good of human-
ity. He said the chief concern of
congress seemed to be to find a way
to so gracefully tax the common peo-
ple that they won't find out that the
burden was shifted from the rich to
Lavish sets, gorgeous feminine cos-
tumes and beautiful scenic back-
grounds have become to be accepted
ingredients in Cecil B. DeMille's. .
special production. "Old Wives for I **1™. If the common people should |
New." hailed by the critics as one flnd th' °ut **>T congress would
of the greatest of the many great; h«ve * "P1"" the rest of the.r l.fe-
film dramas which he has given to * •. recommend, the passage of,
the screen, i. no exception to this inheritance tax which will place the
: P«yin* of our bi(f war debt on tne in-
"The story, founded on David (Jr.- c°mM °f the ^althy. who could pay,
ham Phillips' famous novel, offers |h, de" *nd not ,e*1 tJe
many opportunities for the use of .x- T °v.the
quisite artistic backgrounds and Mr. "mit heal,h 'nd h-rdsh.r*.,
DeMille has made use of these op- No\wU1 ou' K^mment p see a tax
portunities. A revival of the picture on d ,m ke the
will be shown at the Royal Theatre w r debt? In8te#d of n,*k,n* our
next Teusday, Sept. IS.
war debt? instead or making
boys pay a tax, it is abundantly able |
t« compensate the dough boy if H
. . ... . but reasons correctly and places the
Just received a large shipment of . . ... __ ,
... . - , ~ • tax where it belongs. The Legion
the wonderful remedy, Tanlac. This
<>F GUYMON SCHOOl S
(continued from page 1)
N. Smith, another popular and effi-
cient one time faculty member, will
guide the domestic art and scienre
girls through their year's work. Mis*
Langston is a graduate of Southwes-
tern at Winfield, while Mrs. Smith's
alma mater is Friend's University of
These new teachcrs, together with
Superintendent C. P. Davis, Principal
C. D. Davis, Mr. Wheeler, Miss Ban-
nister, Miss Myrtle Shattuck, , M ss
Cox and Miss Tudor, who are all ex-
perienced instructors, make a very
strong faculty and speaks for a year
of the best instruction our High school
has ever had.
Several new courses appear in the
curriculum this year. Business Law,
under Miss Broffet, is a favorite with
both girls and boys. Economics, un-
der Miss Bannister, is very popular,
as is also Journalism. A new plan
is being carried out in this class as
the members will constitute the staff
of and be responsible for the High
School paper, "The Panhandler."
High School Music, under Miss
Merilatt, and Glee Club instruction is
being offered and appreciated by the
Row Binders and Repairs
We strive to carry all needed repairs in stock to save
you delay. Bring your numbers or old parts. Will save
Money-Saving Prices in Rugs, Furniture
Only dependable goods carried. Satisfactory Service
is your need. We study Quality and lasting Service.
To Live and Let Live is our Motto.
Therefore it will pay you to visit our store, look over
our goods and figure with us. If you do you will buy here.
Hardware, Implements, etc
Star Hardware Co.
Store Phone 41.
Moore's Phone 78.
Athletics, especially foot ball, is al-J rp ^ p ENTERTAINED
is the great medicine you have been
hearing so much about. The reme-
dy that's made such a wonderful repu-
tation and which has accomplished
such remarkable results all over the
United States and Canada. Get your
bottle now at Wanser Drug Co.
Just received a shipment of Mobil
WORLD PETROLEUM CO.
boys should demsnd justice of their
government. How many government
hospitals for the disabled soldiers
are hanging in the balance while the
law makers defer action for political,
preference? One party don't want
I its enemy party to get a good mea-
sure through, but will kill it, change
tit a little and bring it back as its
own measures. Then the see-saw com-
FRIENDSHIP | Little l«on Montgomery, who has
BY MRS. CATHCART Mr. and Mrs Arthur Nagel went,|*en ick' U thU writ*
—-— to Haviland, Kansas Saturday to at-.ln**
ready in full swing. Seven letter
men, Armstrong. Mowory, B. Redd.i
ZLSZtZ* unTfoim !n!i Ust ^ur d'>h the T W- C«mP ,or "ver>1 d-y-
Coach Davis, who has had some very by *r' ^ IC« cre*m . at
special training along this line in the c,rt Bt ** home of Mrs _ John Fer- Krouse s Saturday night was attend-
University of Chicago this summer. *U80n" ** ch,*f b* m Ur*e frowd-
has high hopes of a championship H 0 BUck' Jr '
Miss Velma Lively visited
Mrs. Earl Shields Saturday.
CARD OF THANKS
Pattie Johnston had a friend from
Harriett Rosalie Shields, this being Goodwell visiting her from Saturday
Tu'.t how many student, enrolled in i the occasion for both of these young; until Sumiay.
each department ha. not beer com- * make th',r d«hut into se- Miss Marie Nagel called on Mrs.
piled a. vet, but almost every .class | ***''inducted themselves Louis Nagel Setsrday.
room is filled to and above capacity w,th due dl*n,t>' >nd «i tene.*, and, Mr #nd Mrg Fred L.mbley vi#iud Maxine. Word, cannot express our
limit. .More loom and more teachers the Club felt highly honored by their ( ,t th< Uwm home Fridlly nijfht. feelings.
will be necesscry for adequate in- Pr**ence. j Albert Johnston called at the Welch ' ,n
.truction next year. Ev*ry member was present with home gundmy tfUrnoon
The grade school enrollment is cor- one exception, and Mrs. John Fergu- ( Mf ^ Mg L<MWen >nd #<m -nd
respondingly as heavy a. that in the son wa. a guest. After dainty re- Mr >n(] Mrg Fr<d Umbl .ttended
upper grade., ami the shifting and fre.hm«,t, were served the Club pre- jn Guymon ^ MW
changing of r*m* for betUr nccom- rented each of the two youngsters ^ .
mo-1 at ion has bten a consUnt deUil 'th a Liberty Bell bank and a small [
We desire to express our sincere
thanks to the many friends who have
been so kind to us during the illness
and death of our dear little Helen
C. R. RARICK,
MRS. B. F. RARIC, Grandmother.
MR. and MRS. S. T. YARBROUGH.
j quite sick the past week.
| Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shields are stay-
of getting settled this vcck account with very best wishes
Mis. Irene Fitiwater and the Misses 'or s lone nd happy life.
Mona and Ruth Williams are the new .....
members of the grade school faculty. Mrs. Joe Duftn of Elkhart. Kansas., mg at the Lively home while the
all three coming here from the North- *P*"t last week with her friends in: Lively family a* in Texaa.
western st Alva. Miss Croaalin, who Guymon, and took in the Redpath- Guy Welch went to Guymon Sunday
was to have had charge of the 3rd Horner Chautauqua. | to attend school there thi. winter,
gra^e. ha. been unable to fill her po-
sition for some time on account of
lllneM, snd Mrs. C. D. Davis is tak-
ing her place for the present.
The other grade teachers, who are
tried and true and make np ar. excep-
tionally efficient faculty are the
Misses Garroute, Stice, Shattuck, Sal-
ter end George, with M-s. Leeman as
With the finest superintei Vnt In
this part of the country to work with
this exceptional faculty, the immedl*
ate future of our public achcol i. as-
Just received a shipmeif of Mobil
Little Chester Randolph has been
WORLD PETROLEUM CO.
The Hooker base ball team ia
scheduled to play the Guynipn boys
on the local diamond Sunday at 2:30
Whittet Millinery (
The Friendship class of the Metho-
dist Sunday School are arranging a
picnic thia evening in honor of the
member, of the public school faculty
who belong to this organisation.
A mixed shipment of the justly celebrated
Baldwin Pianos and Players.
Don't buy until you see and hear them.
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TEN PER CENT REDUCTION
- On Pianos and Player Pianos ..
To make room for a big car load of PIANOS which will soon arrive, we will
sell everything now in stock in new and used Pianos at 10 per cent reduc-
tion. Remember, our used Pianos are guaranteed to give satisfaction.
B. F. GARST MUSIC CO.
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The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 8, 1921, newspaper, September 8, 1921; Guymon, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc274617/m1/4/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.