The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 9, 1921 Page: 4 of 10
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THE GUYMON HERALD
THURSDAY, JUNE 9,1921.
rHE GUYMON HERALD
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(to Guymon Damorrst ws consolidate! witii
The Herald March 1st, 1 1 .
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
ti I I. K n R. NILLKR
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER
Entered at the Guymon, Oklahoma,
poatoffice an second class mall matter
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Classified Ada, par Una _•«.
Indianapolis, Ind.—June* 8.—F. W.
Galbraith, Jr., national commander of
the American Legion, was killed In-
stantly. and two other men were ser-
iously injured when an automobile in
which they were riding went over a
twenty foot embankment here early
this morning. The other occupants of
the machine have not been identified.
■ash aubaarltwr la aatilWd flfty-twe wsaha
I tha roar aa U> Ms subscription by tba
ram to tha H«bt af his aama stamp* aa
Your papar will ba diaaaaUaaad
n anlaas renewed. If far aay
Ssason arrearages sacra*. tha
arraaraaaa aaerua. tha wiaaag—
tha option of discontinuing tha papar
rh arrears*** art paid. Kladly favor
watchlns jrour axplrstloa data aad
a. bf watrhlna your axplratloa
•andlnt In renewal la ti ma
Foreign Advartlolna Representative
IHi AMF.RIC AN PRESS ASSOCIATION
County Attorney .
ftupt. of Schools
Oeo M Frttts
... Mark F. Adams
A. F Burch
.1. C. Williamson
Chas. A. I.eeman
.... Frank C. Mathewa
..... C. I,. Mathewaon
W. A. Martin
Dlat... H. A. I.andis
Plat. Sam B. Hall
Mat., O. C. Olatthaar
C. W Cox
Tha Philippines I
(Shenandoah (la.) Port.)
Our Idea of tha Philippine question
la to get out aa quickly as possible
and slay out. What do yon say ?
Commencing this date and effective
from now on all claims against
county shall be governed by the fol-
1. All claimants shall either appear
in person with claim before County
Clerk or have claim sworn to before a
Notary Public before same in mailed
to this office.
2. No material shall be purchaaed
for any County Project unless pur-
har an order signed by two County
3. All claims must be itefnizod and
receipts attached for any material
bought and paid for by claimant.
4. All road claims must show be-
tween what sections road work has
been done and show range and town.
Township claims shall be approved by
5. All claims not made out in com-
pliance with the following rules shall
S'S GLATTHAAR. Chairman.
SAM R. HALL,
N. A. TATUM.
C. J. HERBSTREIT.
(Seal.) Deputy County Clerk. 15t3
Our Little Brown Cousins
(Argua. Hock Island, III.)
There la no mistaking that Plllplaea
want their Independence. And It la
Just possible, as they Insist, that they
In the Islands, better than we Ameri-
cans over here, are the best judges of
whether they are fitted for Independ-
ence. The United States wnnts no
outburst In the Philippines as England
fn<cs In Ireland. The easiest wuy to
bead off a rebellion la to give the
Islands their Independence before they
have cause t" rel>el.
REDEMPTION OP PLEDGES EN
COU RAGING—SOUTH WIDE PRO-
GRAM IS LAUNCHED.
COMPLETE GREATEST YEAR
Report* to Southern Baptist Conven-
tion at Chattanooga Show Marked
Proflrooo Along Every Lino
of Organised Work.
Shall We Let Philippines GoT
(Cedar Kaplds (la.) Republican.)
The I'nltcil State* cannot continue
to hold the Philippines unless tills na-
tion wants to give the He to Its own
prufessloiiK In the matter. The United
Stntes must keep fjilth with the worlti.
The American people do not want the
Philippine Islnnds to become their
Subscribe for the Herald
Filipinos Are Making Headway
(lit. Vernon (0.) Republican News)
The Filipinos are making an Inten-
alva and Intelligent campaign for In-
dependence They are urging their
claims with shrewdness and vigor.
They declare that they have proven
beyond question that they are capable
of self-government, snd they believe
that with Independence the Filipino
will so conduct himself aa to gala the
respect of tha world.
I have the agency for the Townaend
Tractor. J, L. WESSl ER,
Htf Texhoma Star Route.
)ULD you like a bigger, better
™ and stronger Clincher Tire?
If you would—we've got one for you
—just when you want it.
It's a Goodyear—with the famous
Goodyear All-Weather Tread.
The best tires are cheapest in the
Avoid the annoyance of delays on the
All sizes in stock with tubes to match.
A. D. Hopkins
THE FORI) MAN
Goodyear Heavy Tourists Cost No More Than Tubes of Less Merit
ha* ton wit out bu the coal operator* that coal can
not be chew with exlhilnu wor* and Ireluht rate*
cannot be. Mored at the mine*, neither can the dealer
More enough to protect hi* community. It I* up to
uou to protect uourwfl. buu uonr coal today. It
not coaled thl* wimmer. uon Mill be cold thl* winter.
STAR LUMBER CO.
W. U. YOUTSLKR.
DR. J. H. RUSHBROOKE
Baptist Commissioner For Europe.
[ Collections in cash totalling $25,103,-
424.64 huve been made for general
causes fostered by the Baptist 7& Mil-
lion Campaign Hinee the campaign
was launched In 1&10. according; lo a
report to the Southern Kaptlst Con-
vention, which has Just adjourned Its
Chattanooga session, by I)r. L R.
Scarborough, general director of the
campaign, and chairman of the Con
servation Commission. The fact that
$12,924.94.1 SO of this amount was col-
lected during the past year, under the
most depressing conditions known In
years, Is very encouraging to the da
numlnatlonal leaders, they say.
Will Seek the Unsaved.
Feeling the need of conserving tbe
spiritual interests of the people as
well as the financial aspects of the
campaign. :he convention asked the
Conservstlon Commission to seek to
enlist, through the state and assocla-
tional organizations, all (he 27,000 lo-
cal Baptist churches In the South in a
Isrger evangelistic effort during tha
next twelve months, the aim being to
Induce as many Individual members of
th- churches ss possible to win st least
one soul to Christ during the new year
Reports to the convention showed that
there were 173..r.95 persons recelv.d
Into the local llaptist churches by bap-
tism during the p<ist yesr, and s much
larger number will be sought during
the yesr ahead.
Would Evangelise Europe.
One of the Interesting actions of tha
convention was the declaim to back
up fully Ihe Foreign Mission Hoard In
Its program for the evang ligation of
Ihe new Kuropean territory of Spain.
Jugoslavia. Hungary. Koumania. tha
Ukraine and Southern Kussiu L r. .1.
II Ituxhbrooke. of London, Baptist
Commissioner for Europe, add res.-cd
the convention, telling how lie had ills
Irlhutel the relief funds contributed
by Baptists for the needy families of
those tounlrles and how the giving of
this r« llt'f had opened wide the door
of missionary opportunity
Work on Ihe older foreign fields
during ihe past year was unusually
successful, the hoard reporting te
relpt. of |}.404. g for it* missionary
operations and |27K.OtMt for relief
work, as well as ti00.064 worth of
clothing; c.m baptisms on Ihe for
sign field* 1*7 of (he (II church.,
self supporting, with a total of «■ ;. f„r.
sign missionaries and 7R native work
Home Mission Bosrd Active.
The Home Mtaalon Bosrd reported
T7.072 additions to Ihe churches
through Its instrumentalities. chur< h
extension operations of fl ns.oon. mid
I m p it'enls treated at the Tubercular
i Banntorium st El Paso.
I>iiring the vear the receipt* of tha
Suti'lav Br tool Board reached $1,147,-
711 71. an I Ihe hoard turned hack Into
general work of (be denomination the
sum of $U|i,000.
Although only threo yours of age,
the Belief and Annuity Board, which
seek. i«i supply the needs of aged, de
pendent ministers and their families,
has doubled the number of beneficiar
las receiving aid from Hie i|«uom m-
lion as wall as the smtnmt of relief
given It aow ties permanat re-
eourcea la e*ccs« of $1*00.00.
There are 11$ Baptist educational
Institutions In (ho South, with a total I
enrollment of 4*000 pupils, the report I
of tha Edu« atlou Board showed, at d I
$.1$$ of Ihese pupils are preparing f,-r
special Christ inn service, such as Hie
ministry, missionary aad other special '
The Woman s Missionary t'nlon,
rapreeentlng the organised Women of I
the South, reports a total of (Mat or
ganlted societies of women and voung
people, while the cash contributions
By the woaei to its various causes
fosi.r. .1 by ihe denomination during
yoar amounted lo |$,l||,|j)
Every Fellow is Grabbing
for the Dollars
Many manufacturers are strenuously endeavoring to reduce the
high cost of producing and meet the demand for lower prices.
Look Out, Then, for Slacking in Quality!
that lowers cost and also surely lessens service.
• We Sell Satisfaction—Get That ? •
Ice Saving Refrigerators, Top or Side Icing
Sanitary—Low Prices—Uses less ice. The Leonard Cleanable
and others medium priced. Come and take your pick.
HAVE YOU ORDERED YOUR REPAIRS
Repairs and twine are Cash Items this year. The failure of many
men to pay their repair and twine bills for 1920 has compelled us
to ask cash this year. Slow payments costs the capital required
for the larger repair accounts. Hence—Repairs and Twine are
Cash. Many farmers have bought and are now readv for har-
Have You? Deering or McCormick
New Rugs, Rockers for spring and summer
Rug Prices are lower but the market is crowding up again,
other words—more demand than the supply.
You are welcome anv time. We take pleasure in showing goods
or giving reliable information.
Star Hardware Co.
Store Phone 41.
Moore's Phone 78.
STATE FAIR POULTRY
When the state Fair o|4ens at Okla-
homa City on September 25th, visitors
will see the finest poultry building in
the osuthwest. This pavilion which
was erected this spring covers 14.000
square feet and contains more than
a quarter mile of new steeel coops.
Nearly 1500 premiums are offered
this year, which means that even th.'
small chicken raisers have a good
chance to capture a ribbon.
I have the agency for the Townaend
Tractor. J. L. WESSLER,
l'tf Texhoma Star Rout.;.
Anything in the paattry line made
to order at Gallagher's Bakery. lltf
THE GUYMON GOOD
City's Commerrial Organisation
Meet,, second Monday nlgbl of
cacb month. Correspondence so-
licited. Visitors welcome
"Wi work for Twaas County"
F HINF.R DALE. President,
JOE M. DEAN. Secretary
Whest growers everywhere sre
harvesting with American Automatic
Starker Wagons al a cost of less than
75c per acre. It ruts out use of two
barges and help of three men. Rrad
what Horner of Larncd.says:
Larncd.Kans. Abr. 29.
I attached a 14-foot header
and your wagon to a 16-30 tra-
ctor, using 3 men and one boy
we averaged 35 acres per day.
With this wagon you can start
harvesting 2 or 3 days earlier
and work longer days.
W. E Horner
The header elevator feeda Into this
wagon, building the slack automatic-
ally as tou travel Slacks are simnly
dropped from wagon Creates! In-
lime and expense ofharvestir
boarding estra kelp,
veailoa ever made la sating grai
Hie American Tractor. Foaadry
A Mfg. Co.
Ill W. Waterman Street
WlckiU. K inaaa
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All Our Used Cars Must Be Moved
to make room for shipments of new cars ioon to
arrive They will be sold at prices that will force
them to move. Come and see.
L. W. BOOTH, Prop.
- Agency (or
I Buick, Hudson and Essex Cars, Exide Balteries,
| Kelly-Springfield and Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup Tires.
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