The Guymon Democrat (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 16, 1916 Page: 5 of 9
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THE GUYMON DEMOCRAT.
THE MODEL, GUYMON, OKLAHOMA THE MODEL, GUYMON, OKLAHOMA
We call your attention to our Ready to Wear depart- g
ment, the new Spring Coats, Dresses. Skirts, Waists. Mus- r
lir. Underwear, etc., are the newest out and priced right. 5
g The Dress Goods department is also sparkling with all i
j the newest styles, the most beautiful colorings and patterns. *
0 Come and look while the line is complete *
1 PLENTY £
We still have plenty of men's and young
Jim Burton was in town from Grand
Billie Rhodes in Comedy, "And the
Best Man Won". Saturday at Dime.
New barber shop located one door
south of Dime. Give us a call.
T. W. BUTLER. I
W. E. Eutsler and family are mov- J
ing this week into the property re-
cently vacated by N. F. Lisman.
Mrs. S. S. Ruling, of Goodwell, was
in town Wednesday, the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. W. T. Bratton.
O 11117 It 1 * ^ >4M\4 J HICII .1 i Ul I ■ 1 > IMi U1 a 1C>
5 i 1'idago Dye Blue Serge Suits, and the price is still I at Edmund, C
2 °nly?10. Do not wait too long. We also have a big line of = i
k J I M /, n 11 1 l i «
Mrs. John Bow left Sunday for a
Pure £ visit of a few weeks with her parents,
2 Indagc Dye Overalls on hand, enough to last some time, and <=
. the price is $1.00 per pair, same as before.
Mrs. Bessie Fleming left Tuesday
for Hot Springs, Arkansas, where she
The scrarcity of merchandise ami-price advances have ? W1" rema,n pormanently'
nc oo ytiit nvwl **.-\4- 1 ~ a.: .J l #u.. V...
* not affected us as yet and will not for a long time, as we
g have made our buys early, therefore getting our merchandise «
j* at the right prices. We wish to announce that the same low f
b prices as before will be quoted to the trading public. Buy %
g your spring wants early while the stock is complete. *
HOME OF HONEST AND
THE MODEL, GUYMON, OKLAHOMA THE MODEL, «il YMON, OKLAHOMA
| LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Additional locals on page two.
Coming, "Neal of the Navy". Look
for it. Where?
Jno. L. Gleason and Nat Cox made
a flying trip to Hooker, Monday after-
W. H. Sullivan was reported on
the sick list for a few days the first of
Miss Maude Smith spent Saturday
and Sunday at Hooker with her moth-
er, who is ill.
T. W. Butler has opened a two-chair
barber shop one door south of the
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Churchman, who
live north of town, were in the city
Monday on a matter of business.
The room next to Wanser's Drug
Store is being fitted up by R. B.
Quinn for the display of the Moon car
which he is distributor for in this ter-
ritory. He has something to say to
the readers in a display ad. elsewhere
in this issue, read it. In connection
herewith Nat Cox has a service de-
partment open to the trade, and there
is no question but what "Nat" will
give the service for he is conceded
about as good as you can jump up
when it comes to looking after automo-
biles and their accessories. The big
Moon cars show up to a wonderful ad-
advantage in this room and Mr. Quinn
will show to your satisfaction it's the
car really worth having.
Judge Pugh and J. F. Graham, both
representative gentlemen of Boise
City, were in Guymon, Tuesday. The
Judge, we understand, has under con-
sideration the possibility of his enter-
ing the race for representative. There
has been some considerable interest
Cash for your cream, beginning d1_ewloped over in Cimarron county,
Saturday. March 18th. !that to.her belongs some recognition
to official honors since the two coun-
ties are allied in the state representa-
tion we get out this way. Cimarron
will be putting up a good candidate
when they persuade Judge Pugh to
enter the race.
Miss Mildred Baird came over from
Hugoton Saturday evening to assume
her new duties as bookkeeper in the
office of the Liberal Light, Ice and
Power Company. For the past year
or so Miss Baird has been connected
Saturday, March 18th.
T. L. Gray was in the city Sunday,
making a short trip down in his car in
the morning, returning in the after-
Mrs. C. T. Napier was in Liberal
several days last week taking some
instructions in art from Mrs. Clyde R.
Arthur Nield, the real estate man of
Texhoma, was in Guymon last Satur-! *vA""i """"
. . . ,, i with the bank in Hugoton and is a
day, coming up in the morning and re- , ..... , ...
. 7, ^ lady of exceptional ability. In addi-
turning in the afternoon. i.. . I . , , ...
tion to this she is a woman of splendid
Jno. Copeland, who has been in Guy-. character and likeable characteristics,
mon the past ten days, under the care We have known her for several years
of a physician, returned to his home an^ feel certain that the people of Lib-
near Ona, the first of the week. j eral wil1 'ike the new bookkeeper at the
i light plant.—Liberal News.
Herbert Garner, who is employed at
the F. M. Phillips wagon yard, was off A fine eight and one-half pound boy
duty a few days the first of the week, wa® born on Friday, March 10, to Mr.
suffering with erysipelas of the face. , a,1(l Mrs. Everett Ritter, at the home
| of Mrs. Ritter's parents, Dr. and Mrs.
Frank Collins and Phil Breslin E. H. Albrecht, on the Frisco. This
spent several 'days the first of the week ' boy is a great deijght to Dr. and Mrs.
in the vicinity of Clayton, New Mex- j Albrecht, for it is their first grand-
ico, in the interest of the Collins Loan child.
I Boon Bradford and wife and his
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilson, of Hook- mother were accompanied by Mrs. Lof-
er, announce the arrival of a baby gren and daughter, Miss Helen, to
girl at their home on last Friday, the J Dalhart, Sunday, in Mr. Bradford's
10th. Helen Imogene is the little car. Miss Geneva Lofgren, who has
lady's name. I been there for some weeks, returned
.. , , , jhome with them.
Under Southern Skies , the charm- j
ing Drama of Love and romance in the
Joe Schnitzer, the butcher at the
Alexander old stand will appreciate
your business. Try us. Phone 60.
Mrs. Bessie Gipe is seriously ill this
week at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Z. Gilliland, in the country.
Pat Crow came in from Inglewood,
Kansas, Tuesday afternoon and will
spend the remainder of the week with
W. H. Sharrer returned Saturday
from Excelsior Springs, Missouri,
where he and Mrs. Sharrer had been
for some weeks.
The Missionary Society of the M. E.
Church, South, met at the church on
Tuesday afternoon and organized
Mission Study Class.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCareiy
went to Alva, Oklahoma, Tuesday,
where they will spend some days vis-
iting with relatives at their old home.
Willard Foster and family, who have
lived in Guymon the past few months,
left Sunday for Haviland, Kansas,
where they will reside in the future.
Mrs. H. M. Reese and baby left for
Liberal the latter part of the week, to
join her husband who has employment
there in a barber shop. They will
make their home there in future.
to Texas County
Any reputable physician is author-
ized to send worthy poor persons
to our store for prescriptions dur-
ing the year 1H16, and we agree to
till thein without cost. Nothing
is required but a note from tiie
Physician, properly signed and
>tating that tl.o patiei.t is entitled
to this assistance.
In this manner we aim to con-
tribute our share toward the public
food. Instead of responding to
countless -equests for little contri-
butions to programs, fairs and ba-
zaars. among which we cannot
discrlmii a e. we have adopted this
plan. Let no man, woman, or
child suffer a moment for w ant of
proper medicine when required.
Dan H. DuBose
In accordance with the great rage
for black and white, that color scheme
was carried out to perfection at the
Model Dry Goods store last Saturday.
Their big display window was all in
black and white, both decorations and
furnishings. The same colors decora-
ted the columns of the store,
and the salesladies helped to carry
out the scheme by wearing black and
white costumes. The idea was a good
one and had a most pleasing effect.
While the spirit of improvement
and clean-up is upon Guymon, propos-
als might be entertained by the city
authorities and the Guymon Elec-
tric Light and Power Company to keep
pace with the interest by some needed
improvements under their respective
Sherman Sheppard, with the Com-
ley Lumber Company, happened to a I
serious injury to his right eye lust
Saturday, which was very painful for
a time. The injured member, however,
is doing nicely.
Will Hunt and Edwin Daily, former-
ly with the Latham Dry Goods Com-
pany are making preparations to put
in a cleaning and pressing establish-
ment at Texhoma in the near future.
Mrs. James Furnis, of Ossawatomie,
Kansas, is in Guymon this week, in re-
sponse to a message bearing the news
of the serious illness of her step-
mother, Mrs. H. H. Patton.
J. S. Golden, of Hooker, candidate
for sheriff, was down Saturday mix-
ing with the boys in convention and
incidentally boosting his candidacy.
Dr. Dee Roach and little son return-
ed Wednesday from Alamagordo, New
Mexico. The Doctor had gone there to
see the sick daughter of his sister.
Broadway Star Feature every Fri-
day. Price 15c. High Class Vaude-
ville every Wednesday at Dime Thea-
ter. Prices 15 and 20.
Grandma Dickey, an aged lady, is
reported quite sick at her home in the
extreme northwest part of town.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Timmons were in
town yesterday, from their home near
T. G. Pate who recently purchased
the Steele Studio, at Liberal, was in
that city several days last week.
Phone 60—W. E. Eutsler Grocery.
Quick service. Prompt delivery.
MA TIN EE A T VIME
Race Day March 21st.
The Dime Theatre will open immediatsly after last car leaves
and remain open until 30 minutes of time for first car to ar-
rive, We will have slides answering time each car makes
Special Feature Pictures and Good Comedy shown through
the noon hour.
Ante-Bellum days of the South, in the
year 1860 A. D., Broadway Star feat-
ure, Friday March 17, at Dime Thea-
Dan H. DuBose was busy the first
of the week arranging a room for an
ice cream parlor, music and rest room
Dr. D. S. Lee arrived Sunday, from
Dalhart to take up the sanitarium
work with Dr. A. W. Dawson, and
since then the two have been more
than busy making the final arrange-
ments in this important addition to
Guymon's many advantages.
On Friday, March the 17th, the Dime
The warm days of the past week are pregents «Under Southern Skies",
bringing a demand for ice cream andiBrondway Feature with Mary Fuller.
cold drinks. , a brilliant photo play; replete with the
. „ „ „ , , , . . 1 charming atmosphere of Sunny South
J. O. McFarland, demonstrator for . . , , . .
, . „ ' , , in the period of 1860—a play for ev-
the Kimball Piano Company, who has ervbody
been here for some time, left Monday^
morning accompanied by his wife, for ' E. C. Summers came down Monday
Meade, Kansas, where they will be and is spending a few days in Guymon
for some time. ! meeting friends and looking after bus-
iness matters. He has been located at
Some one, or perhaps more; pre- Cjty sjnce leaving ^
sumably young lads entered the Gray
store some time Sunday by placing an W. B. Killgore, brother of Mrs. I. M.
old stove and box thereon, broke the Lightner, came in Wednesday morning
glass in a window at the rear of the from San Antonio, Texas. Mr. Kill-
building and entered. Nothing on the1 gore will probably make his future lo-
inside was disturbed or missing and j cation in this country.
the front part of the store not entered.
F I We will hold the Rexall 1 cent sale
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Langston are , April 6, 7, and 8th.
here from Phoenix, Arizona, coming; Wanser & Hamilton,
in last Saturday and are the guests of | The Rexall Store.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Moore, Mrs Lang-
ston's parents. They have been liv-
ing in Arizona some years and are
coming back to this country to make
it their home. Mr. Langston will be
connected with the Langston Hard-
ware Company at Texhoma in future|go
and Mrs. Langston will spend a feWi
months with her parents here before | Dr. W. H. Langston came home
going to their new location. ! Tuesday from his trip to Florida.
Miss Gertrude Hall is a new addi-
tion to the force at the Model Dry
Goods store since our last issue.
Good things to eat at W. E. Eutsler's
Grocery—Alexander old stand. Phone
See Kerrigan at the Dime Saturday
Mrs. Geo. T. Payne, of Green City
Missouri arrived in Guymon on last
Friday to be with her mother, Mrs. H.
H. Patton, who is dangerously ill.
Mrs. Malone returned Monday from
a stay of several weeks at Hutchinson,
with her daughter, Miss Eva, who is
a student in business college.
Coming Friday, March 24, Julia
Dean, that great Broadway Favorite,
in: "Judge Not," or "The Woman of
Mona Diggins," a drama of Western
life by Peter B. Kyne.
D. H. Jeffreys of Camp was in town
Wednesday. He is one of our punctual
subscribers and handed in his renewal
with that of the Semi-Weekly Dallas
News for another year.
The big race next Tuesday is going
to be well worth your while for in-
| terest. Line up at your town along
the line through which the route runs.
All arrangements possible are made
for safety and success, barring any
bad weather that may prevent.
District Organizer, R. E. Carter,
representing the Inter-State Rural
Credit Association, in in the field work-
ing in the interest of the organization.
Headquarters are located at Oklahoma
City with an authorized capital stock
of $1,000,000 limits its loans to its
share holders; that is it will loan to
those who have shares in the associa-
tion, no loan to exceed 50 per cent, of
the appraised value of the property
mortgaged to secure same. An adver-
tisement of Mr. Carter's appears in
another column, he will be pleased
to consult with those interested, and
if he does not reach you while out in
the country can be found Saturday's
Who prices your land ?
You will probably say you do. But I think I can prove to you that
Who owns the quarter adjoining yours? In many cases it belongs to
a man in some other state. Why ? Because your neighbor went back,
and to get a start he sold it for a mere song. The present owner prob-
ably bought it because he felt he was stealing something. He has no
intention of ever moving on it, but, will hold it until you bring the coun-
try to the front, and then try and sell it to you for a profit that he
is in no way entitled to. Or, again, he may be a business man back
there, a had year may come, notes due at the bank that have to be paid.
He does not quit business, but the natural thing is to try to sell that
farm out in Texas county, Oklahoma. It did not cost much, so he can
afford to sell it for little or no profit. It will re-establish his local
credit, and for you here in Texas county, it cuts the price on your
quarter. He does not care for that. Self preservation is always first.
Texas County welcomes men who buy and develop it, but for the man
who buys and waits until we have raised the value of his farm, we can
do without. Now, Mr. Farmer, you surely can sec the truth of my ar-
gument. Don't pay other men for your work. The time to buy that
other quarter is NOW. If you are short of money you can borrow more
now toward paying for the additional quarter than you can in two or
three years, and the interest will be less than the enhancing land val-
ues. Come in and let's talk it over. I am interested in your welfare,
as well as getting your business. Remember I will quote you the best
terms and privilges offered in Texas County.
FRANK L. COLLINS
"The Farm Loan Man"
The market is flooded with cheap
cars, built to satisfy a price. Such cars
generally have big engines, but otherwise
are poorly constructed, and they soon go
On the other hand THE MOON
cars are built to stand the test of
hard service. They are constructed
of the very best material, and the
owner of a MOON is never dis-
appointed in the service his car
THE MOON CARS ARE BUILT
TO SATISFY THE CUSTOMER.
Call at old Herald office, now used as display room
R. B. Quinn, distributor
Nat Cox Service Dept.
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