The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 20, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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Guymon Garage and Machine Co.
George Rcust, the well known machinist, is no* with
us Hit work speaks for itaef. Bring in your repair work.
We guarantee satisfaction No Job too large or too email.
Remember our drivers will take you anywhere
want to go—prices reaaonable.
New H<>mrM - ,| Law
An act to amend section twenty-
two hundred and ninety-one and auc-
tion twenty-two-hundr -d and nnety-
seven of the Revised Statute* of the
I'nlted States, relating to home-
Be it ena' ted by the senate and
houae of Representatives of the I'nit-
ed States of Amen, a in <ongrts« as-
sembled. that section twenty-two
hundred and ninety-one and section
twenty-two hundred and ninety-
ee en of the Revised Statute* of the
1'nited States be amended to read
"Sec 2291. No certificate, howev-1
er. shall be given or patent issued
therefor until the expiration of t'ireel
years from the date of auch entry: ,
and if at the expiration of such time ;
or at any time within two years ;
thereafter, the peraon making u>b
entry, or if he he dead, hla widow
P. H1NKK DALE
General practitioner In all court*.
J S HARRIS
pnuiut a specialty
J E BKE8LIN
V 8 land office
Office flrsi door ea>t
..r ."!!> Nation*;
Fir i National b
ink building. Guymon.
ii:lding. Tea noma.
GLEASON a UUKSLIN
Attorney* and counaelora at lair Court
• ork a *pec;alty. Practice in all courts.
Commercial law and loaning. Office in
SICIANS and SlRliEON>
K. B HAYFX M. I)..
Pnyaictan and Surgeon Headquartaa
or in .ase of her death hia he '? or I *t Wanaer 4 Hamiitoo s drug torw Otr
A man at McAlester waa given
$r>0 and aixty days for beating hia
wife; If he had killed her he would
have been turned loose.—Guthrie
victed of importing liquors should
lie liable to the same punishment
as before statehood The supreme
court maintained that the enabling
act gave Oklahoma the right to regu-
late purely interstate liquor traffic,
but maintained that the federal go>-
ernment still had the right, it Iteing
the original and real guardian of the
Indians, to enforce the laus*- go\-
erning the interstate introduction of
liquor Into the eastern side
The enabling act provided strict
prohibition ahould reign in the old
Indian territory for a period of twen-
ty-one yeara, and thla proviBion also
A good alogan for Oklahoma farm-
ers to adopt is: Raise feed and feed
it. Our alfalfa. Kafir < orn and all | viae placed in the state consitution
the rest of it should be converted [,y the constitutional convention.
Into pork and beef -Chickasha Ex- j The opinion handed down is one
press. I of the most important that has been
! given in Oklahoma cases this winter.
Where drouth has slain its thou-1 8in<e statehood there always has
sands in Oklahoma, "the paralyzed j i*«.n a question as to the govern-
effort from fear of drouth has Blain
its tens of thousands ' Moral: Stop
talking about the fear of drouth arid
plant Kafir corn.—Frederick Leader
Over in Collinsville it is said that
ment's right to prevent interstate
shipments, and as a result it is de-
clared that liquor traffic has been
carried on freely and that thousands
of |>eople who were handicapped in
obtaining liquor within the state
the manager of a theater announced purchased outside and had it shipped
from the stage recently that a man i in by express. It is estimated that
was waiting outside to puncture full hundreds of thousands of dollars
of holes another party who was In- worth of liquors have been sent into
side with the first man's wife. The the state on the eastern side of the
lights were turned out to ghe the htate alone every year. *)wlng to th
offending party a chance to make his severe punishment provided und« r
getaway, and it is said no less thau | the old federal regulations which
half a dozen men Bneaked outside
dhisee. or in case of a widow mak-
ing su h entry fer heirs or d^ isee
in case of her death, proves by him-
self and by two credible witnesses
that he. she. or they have a habitable
house upon the land and have actual-
ly resided upon and cultivated ,ht
same for the term of three years
succeeding the time of filing the affi-
davit. and makes affidavit that no
I>K. J. A. GREGOIRK
Office jr. F1r t National Bank bU'.Mirg
Office ^hon«. No *• Rerdenee phone.
BALL & GILSON
First National Bank,
of Guymon, Oklahoma
Capital and Surplus . $28,000.00
Our officers are experienced bankers, and our policy la
liberal vet conservative, and every proper accommodation It
extended depositors. Our great desire 1> to serv# our customers
YOUR account, whether large or small, la cordially
WE PAY POUR PKIt ISSI. INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS.
We do buaineaa today aa though we expected to do
business with you tomorrow.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
leading bnd men of the Southwest
part of auch land has.t een alienated. I Mklah .ma K:«nd« and Texas Farms ar.d|
except as pro>ided in section twentv- , Ranches for sale ,
two hundred and eiehtv-eleht. and | ^AUTn, ^Tnnc
I'nited States, then in such casp he.! B. M. IIALL1NGKR
she. or t^ev. if at that t'tre n enc Contractor and Builder. Estimates an'
>. she. or they will hear tru* |
ice to the government of the |.
of the United States, shall be entitled \ r'ans and «.«cincstn>ns cjiefuity giv.
to a patent, as In other cases provld- !
* d bv law: Provided, that upon fil-
ing in the local land office notice o' i
the beginning of such alsence the en- i
tryman shall be entitled to a con-1
tlnuous absence from the land for |
a period not exceedine five months j
in each year after establishinc res*- |
dence. and ut>on the termination of |
such absence the entryman shall file
(ifflce with T«-xa County Lumber Co.
W. A. INGRAM
engineer and surveyor Townsi'
a T>**-'sltv Guymon Oklahoma
M. K. CHI K' H. SOI TH
Corner Roosevelt avenue ai d 7th street
a notice of such termination in the Qunday Ch"oi <-ach Sunday morning at
local land offlc* but In case of com-! }« * N B. Nance. .upeMrtend^n:
mutation the fourteen months' actual L-ooVm^'^E "rAvELCH. Pastor.
residence as now required by law
must be shown, and the person • om- ^ g. CHURCH
muting must be at the time a citisen _ * " " .. . „ !
, . , , ,, . . , . Sunday school at 1" a m PreAching a-
of the T nited States: Provided, that | u v and 7 30 p ra Chlldrso s meeting I
Epworth League 6:fc p. m Prayej
Will cry your sales anywhere in Texas county at right pricea.
Make your sale dates for me at the Herald office.
Twenty years' experience—six yeara in Texas county.
tr SATISFACTION GUARANTEED >1
when the person making entry dies hp. m
It is just a little ridiculous to note
the effort of many of our Republi-
can exchanges to play back and
forth, fast and lose, for and against
Taft and Roosevelt as their chances
for the nomination advan e or re-
cede. The \jord hates a newspaper
coward, even more than other weai -
kneed men with lack of courage
lira. • up. Fight and stand for w hat
you beliete Is right. If you are run
over, get up smiling. Have the nerve
to lose gracefully. VVe can't always
have our way. Pawhuska Capital
succeeding to the entry must show
that the entryman had compiled with
the law in all respects to the'date of
his death and that they have since ,
complied with the law in all respects ay n ** > a. MONNOT
as would have he*n required of the '
CHRISTIAN < in RCH
they are relieved from any re-ml-o-J gt a „ ' PrttytT
ment of residence Upon the land: m,,(;ng ln(j RibU stu.lv Tut-s.iay
Pro ided further, t^at the eptrvman
ST. PETER'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Services and Sunday school second Sun-
through the opinion of the court art
still In effect, these shipments ar.
sure to he <urtailed almost to not ti
ing for anyone caught introducim
liquors on the « ast side < an be thrown I shall, in order to comply with the re
in Jail and heavily fined. In fact. q'ilr«>menta of cultivation berefn pro-1
there Is no escape from the jail Hen- | \ ided for. cultivate not less than one-
tence if one is caught In the olden! sixteenth of the area of his entry. |
davs on the eastern side there were t eeinnlne with the second year o'
many iaaes where people entering the tlie entry, nnd not le«s than one-
territory from neighboring states j eighth, beginning with the third year
and who carried li-,uor in their grips of the en rv and until final proof ex-
for private .onsumptlon were cept that In in the case of entries nn-
dranged from tne trains hy deputy d^r section six of the enlarged lionip-
t'nited States marshals, taken before stead l w do i (e li«* n oa of i i .1-
courts lined and jailed. Hundreds tion herein provided shall •" rc-
of people sell inn 1'iuor within the quired, but the Secretary of thp In-
From Lawton conies the report of j borders of the territory were jailed terior may, unon a sitlafactory show-
the death of I t'.-year-old Grace Mil- and the amount of liquor Belling was in'--, und-r rules and regulations pre
belson through the drink and drug' reduced to almost nothing, although scribed by him, reduce the required
habit and association with men of some men constantly braved the dan-1 ;Tfa of cultivation: Provided, that
t-er of jail terms by operating trav-1 the above provision as to cultjvatlon
ellng "saloons, the saloons l>eing boot
tops and hidden pockets In their
Services -at 11:00 a. m. and v '0 p.
Ix>rd's day. We welcome
HENRY "WARREN, Pastor
OR St. Paul Hail Insurance
ARM Property Insurance
ARM Loans in Texas County
HARRY CLARK LOAN CO.
the town which lead to a life of
shame Two years ago. Grace, a
beautiful girl of fourteen might have
been frequently noticed In company
with other girls of her age. About
thla time her father and mother were
divorced, and thereafter drace might
have been more often seen on the
streets of the city As time went on
ahe became estranged from her di-
vorced parents, and not having the
care and protection of those Interest-
ed in her welfare, began to paint
her lips and cheeks and use a great
quantity of powder, wear low necked
dresses and sleeveless waists, short
skirts, gauze sto< klnus. high heeled
shoes, and acquired the habit of
traipsing the streets late at night,
flirting and making unfortunate ac-
quaintances which finally culminated
in midnight road house revelries,
wanton dissipation and horrible
As In the early days, the eastern
section of Oklahoma or the old In
dian territory side of the state will
be as dry as the Suhata desert as the
result of an opinion handed down
by the I'nlted States supreme court
which was prepared by Justice Pit-
The court held that federal prohi-
bition of the transportation of in-
loxicationg liquor into eastern Okla-
homa or the old Indian terltory was
still effective and that persons ion-
There never was a preacher or
president, | oet or politician who
could please everybody. There never
was a tinker or tailor, sailor or sol-
dier who could suit us all. Show
us a doctor or lawyer, a merchant or
sawyer who pleases the whole mul-
titude. The Lord himself and all the
angels In heaven have never half
succeeded In comforting the human
race. There Is nothing on earth or
anywhere else that meets the approv-
shall not apply to entries under the
act of April twenty-eighth, nineteen
hundred and four, commonly known
ast he Kinkaid act, or entries under
the a« t of June seventeenth, nineteen
hundred and two. commonly known
as the reclamation Act, and that the
provisions of this section relative to
the homestead period shall apply to
all unperfected entries as well as en-
tries hereafter made upon which resi-
dence is required: Provided, that the
Secretary of the Interior, shall, with-
in sixty days after the passage of
this a< t. send a copy to each home-
stead entryman of record who may be
al of mankind Then It would be affected thereby, by ordinary
nonsense for editors or correspon- to his last known address, and any
dents to fret when their honest ef- such entryman mav. by eh inn notice
forts fail to please a certain few. within one hundred and twenty days
Write with sound judgment, an hon- after the passage of this act. by reg-
est purpose and a decent pen. and the, Istered letter to the register and rc-
niajorlty of sensible pepple will rise I celver of the local land office, elect to
Celebration .Inly 4tli
At the Long View Farm. SK",
9-1-12, or >4 miles east and 2 miles
north of Shelton. will be held a cele-
bration July 4th. Plenty of shade
and water, speaking, shows and
games Refreshments on the
grounds. Foot races, riding contests
make proof upon his entry under the
law under which the same was made
without regard to the provisions of
"Se<\ 2297. If at any time after
the filing of the affidavit as required
in section twenty-two hundred and
ninety and before the expiration of
the three years mentioned in section
twenty-two hundred and ninety-one.
It is proved, after due notice to the
and dancing Everyone invited to , settler, to the satisfaction of the ree-
come and spend the day. 14t:: °f ,he ''"'d °'nre that rhe Ppr"
W. W. PICKERING. son having filed nu ll affidavit has
j failed to establish residence within
; six months after the date of entry, or
abandoned the land for more than
six months at any time, then and in
that event, the land so entered shall
re\ert to the government Provided,
that the three years' period of resi-
Sun<lay school at ! :50 a. m.; preaching
it !!:•'< a in and 7:1" p nv. each Sunday.
Prayer meeting Wedresday evenings.
E. S ATWOOD. Paator.
GUYMON LODGE NO. 3JW.
A. K. A A. M.
Me<-ts first and third Thursdays of ea-t
inunti. All Master Mas-ins cordially in-
vited to ittend. R. B Hayes, W. M
W D. Youtsler, secretary.
I. O. O. P. LOIKiK.
Guymr.n Ixidjfe No 415. I. O O F. inceti ;
every Friday night. C. S. Baxter, N. G.
Homer Saltc V. G.; Kent Jackson
seretary; W. D Youtsler, treasurer. En-
campment meet* every second and fourth
MYSTIC RKBEKAH LODGE
Meets everv first and third Monday
nights in Masonic hall. Visiting broth-
ers and sister cordially Invited to attend
rre. tincs. Julia Blackburn, N. G.; Mrs.
Hugh E. James. Sec'y.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS LODGE.
M*ets every first and th'rd Tuesda>
nights Ed F Haselton, C. C.; L. B
Sneed, K.'R. S.
ORDKR of EASTERN STAR.
Meets second and fourth Tuesday even-
ings Mrs Samuel' Ecker, W M: Mrs
W. II. Langston. C. M.; Mrs. W. C
•"row. conductiess; Miss Amy Baird. sec-
retary; Mrs. D L. Needham, treasurer
It is no easy matter to keep the table supplied with
good, wholesome edibles when the mercury in the thermom-
eter starts toward the ceiling, and hangs around 90 in the
We can materially assist you In making peace and
happiness reign supreme in your household if you will buy
your groceries at our store. Our stock is always fresh. Call
and make an inspection.
J. G. McLarty,
ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER
Meets every serond Wednesday night
AM members cordlallv Invited. Geo. E.
Ellison. H F ; I M. IJghtner, seer-- j
RROTHERHOOD OF YEOMEN
4«th Star. Homestead NV IfiM. Guymon.
OklThnma me- t« In Masonic hall second
and fourth Tuesday nights of each
month Visiting brothers and sisters
cord'ally invited. W. G. Hughes. H F :
M Barre. Cor.
on the farm
Get ready for the weeds by purchasing a good
Lister Corn Cultivator
or Shovel Cultivator
On the latter we are making some excellent special prices
which we expect will clear out our line. See our new things in
PORCH FURNITURE, HAMMOCKS,
IRE AM FREEZERS, ETC.
Langston Hardware Co.
"ons of s'leakine. Nobody will hear
the speech, nobody will know the
speaker. Then everybody will cheer
for four minutes. Tlie chairman
can be seen rapping for order but
will not be heard. Someone will
talk from the floor but no one will
know who he is or what he says. A
dence herein fixed shall date from | roll all w ill be taken on some un-|
the time of establishing actual per- known <iuestion and decided in some|
manent residence upon the land: Andiunknown way. The convention will
provided further, that where there i then adjourn and the Lucky Fel-1
tray be climatic reasons, sickness or low will hurry out to buy a news-
I. L. ENNIS
Town Poperty for Sale
Ennis Loan & Realty Co.
BARGAINS IN OKLAHOMA AND TEXAS FARMS AND
OPPORTUNITIES FOR INVESTMENT UNEQUALLED
IF YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR FARM OR
TOWN PROPERTY LIST IT WITH ME NOW
Rioner of the general land office may, pened
In his discretion, allow the settler The Unlucky Fellow who stays at
twelve months ffom the date of HI- home will have plenty to eat, a place
Ing, In which to commence his resi-
dence on said land under such rules
and regulations as he may prescribe."
Approved June (5, 1912.
A great many Kansans want to
attend the national convention in Chi-
cago and others wish they could go
For the benefit of the boys who stay
at home we will describe the experi-
ence of the Lucky Fellow who takes
in the convention:
The Fellow will stand around the
lobbies of Chicago hotels amid a per-
spiring and heer-smelllng crowd of
centlemen vociferously declaring
that the country Is ruined unless
their candidate is nominated.
Every sleeping room will be crowd-
ed. prices will be raised, and the
visitor will be stuck every time there
Is an opening. He will put In a tire-
some day trying to get a ticket Into
the Coliseum and may succeed. If
he does he will sit for hours In a
dense and uncomfortable atmos-
phere. He will see the chairman rap
for order A man will take the plat-
form and will go through the mo-
to sleep, get all the news as fast as
It happens and be able to argue as'
violently as If he were In the city
of Chicago.—Hutchinson News.
I believe in any system the people
have tried fa long time, and found
most expedient. Therefore I believe
in laws They are all Imperfect, but
they are the best we can do. after
trying many centuries I believe In
marrlaee; It has its defects, as any
fool may say. but not so many as free
love. I believe In the best workmen
being mado foremen, and umpires
and general managers. In every
place where men toll, there are Inex-
perienced workmen who need direc-
tion In order that they may better
learn their trade, and themselves be-
come foremen and superintendents.
There Is the sane reason for fore-
men. superintendents, and rules and
laws that there is for giving a father
authority to direct his children.
Workmen are constantly becoming
foremen and IttPeriBtMdMtS; chil-
dren are constantly becoming rich
men. I believe In every good thing.
The Lumber Needs
of the County
Can be supplied nowhere in better shape, at less cost, con-
sidering material, than here. We have purchased the interests
of the Texas County Lumber Co. Come in and let's get acquainted.
Successors to the
Texac County Lumber Co.
wherever found; I believe In every
rule and law that the people genrally
accept, since we have no other guid-
ance. Occasionally you find a worthy
Insurgent In advance of the people
and teaching good doctrine, but a
few of these have resulted In a flood
of cheap, tiresome, selfish Imitators.
I believe in every man making con-
stant efforts to Improve himself, but
I fear that much of the public clamor
that goes on Is unfair, unreasonable,
Impudent, and a waste of time. I
believe a man should reform himself,
and not the world, since a man can
usually get results if he goes at his
own case honesily and conscientious-
ly: whereas, since time began, the
names of all the men who have really
influenced the world could be printed
on this page.—Ed Howe.
This office wants a lot of good,
clean rags at once. Some of you
farmere come to our rescue. f
The law offices of Harris ft Bres-
ltn are now located in the old Per-
kins building one block west of City
National bank. 9t(
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