Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 7, 1911 Page: 2 of 4
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C. F. Wandell, Manager.
Entered an iecond-clftsi matter at the
posiofflne at Coyle.
Cruce is attending the National JQg ^ HARD ONE
tax convention at Richmond, Y.i
Col. McAlester is one of the best
posted men in Oklahoma on state
affairs and the office of governor |
will be in good hands during the
absence of Gov. Lee.
REDHEADED OFFICE BOY WAILS
ABOUT HIS FATE.
;din We Say
At 1 ast President Taft hesi-
tates I. i veto Doc. Wiley.
It’s a wise favorite son who
k lows his own political father.
It doesn’t seem possible, but
in just a few days the stiaw hat
will be living on borrowed time.
After its severe test this sum-
mer the Taft smile may safely be
guaranteed to work in any cl -
New Mexico and Arizona hav-
ing come in may as well check
their six-shooter and make them
selves at home.
Two wives got a Denver man
into trouble this week. Some
men will never profit by the ex
perience of others.
With the president gone, the
Cabinet gone, and Congress gone,
Washington finds herself a desert
a id calls it peace.
Germany will he glad to
a’ter any little foreign
We want young men and wc-
inen to take good paying posi
tions who have finished either a
course of Shorthand, or Rook
keeping and Shorthand in our
college. Our employment records
show that during this year there
has not been a graduate .of one
of the above courses who was not
p’aced in a good position within
t* n days after his course was
finished, unless of his own ac-
cord. Yet there may be some
who have never registered with
our Employment Dept, or who
may desire more remunerative
positions than they are at pres-
ent holding, who would register
now. Our Employment JJepfi
is away behind in supplying busi-
ness firms, and will appreciate
anyone furnishing us with ill
full particulars of one. of our
graduates of the above named
courses who desires help in se-
curing a more desirable position.
The fact that we have been
wholly unable to supply the do
mand by business firms during
the past year is veiy suggestive!
that we should more earnestly
urge other young people to enter]
•our school and take up a course I
of Shorthand, or Bookkeeping
$50 pays for a life scholarship]
in one of these courses; $95 pays
for a life scholarship in two
courses. Board and lodging is
only $.?. 50 to $3 50 per week. I
The Shorthand cour e is com-
pleted by the average student in
three and a ha f months, the
Bookkeeping course in four
months; Bookkeeping and Short
hand in live months, thus it wi I
be seen the to*al cost of prepar-
ing and being placed in a good
position is very small, Anyone
can afford it.
Write for our largo catalogue,
giving facts from hundreds cf
students as to what they ware
able lo accomplish, also what
their employers have to say of
their ability to render first class
service. Every statement in this
catalogue is backed by' a $100
cash guarantee to be true and
coirect. We guarantee to give
a better and more thorough
course in halt' the time and at
half the expense of any' school
maikets | teaching other than the famous
that England is forced to neg'ect Byrnc systems> which are our
while attending to its strikes.
The latest war news is to the
effect that Rochester, N. Y
made an unconditional surrender
to the Grand Army of the Re-
own copyrighted methods.. Make
your arrangements to enter at
once. Capital City Ibi-mess
College, Guthrie, Okla.
Shifted the "Long Guy" From Room
to Room In Effort to Do Duty
and Then Was Scolded
by the Boss.
“That job of mine is awful tough,”
auid the red-headed office boy, slump-
ing down dejectedly. He reached fur
a piece of pie on the quick lunch
counter, while his friend of an ad-
joining office peeled an orange.
''All Jobs Is tough,’’ commented the
"You bet,” agreed the Injured one.
“1 ain’t done a thing this mornln’
but be hollered at somethin’ fieroe.”
“What’s he Jumpin' on you now
fer?” Inquired the other boy, with
growing interest. “Some extra kick,
or Just th’ regular grouch like all
The red headed boy shook his head
gloomily. “Extra kick this time,” he
said, "an’ all about nothin’, too. You
know yourself how they’re always
poundin’ It Into a feller that he ain’t
to let In them book agents an’ irri-
gated land sharps an’ guys without an
appointment, an’ all that?”
"Sure," said the other boy.
"Well,” went on the aggrieved one,
"at a quarter t’ ’leven this mornln’
a gent walks Into th’ office an’ asks
for th’ boss. He’s a long guy with
a sort o’ grin In his eye, an’ before I
knowed what I was doin’ I’d showed
him Into the boss’ private office, an’
tells him the bosB is out, but fer him
to wait. The gent says, ‘Much ob-
liged’ an' sits down comfortable an’
pulls a book out of his pocket. ,
“Then o’ course It hits me what a
fool trick I done In showln’ him In
there. So I fusses around outside,
figurin’ out what I oughta do about
It. Pretty soon I goes in an’ ‘ finds
the feller reedin’ his book. ’Excuse
me, mister,’ I says. ‘I’ll show you
into Mr. Simms’ office. That’s the
“ ’AH right,’ Bays the gent real
pleasant, ’just as you please.’ Cleanin’
day In here?'”
•'‘Nope,’ says I. But I shows him
Into Simms’ office, that joins the boss’.
Then I fusses around some more In
the waitin’ room, an’ after awhile I
thinks to myself that just as likely
as not the bosB Is goln’ to Are me
for lettln’ that guy’ In there at all,
so I walks In again.
“ ‘I hope vou’ll excuse me, mister,’
I says. ’The boss la likely to come
in any time an’ I wlsht you’d Just
step Into Mis’ Adams’ room.’ •
"The feller sets an’ looks at me
for a minute an’ his face gets solemn. ’
“ ‘Shall I not be—-er—Inconvenienc-
in’ the lady?’ says he. » *
* “ ‘Nope,’ says I. 'She’s out to
“So he gets up an’ foUers me Into ’
th’ s’nographer’s room, an’ I let’s him 1
set there—me expectin’ to get called I
down foi It at that. An’ then all of I
a Budden I think to myself how Mis’ /
Adams leaves her rubbers an' her !
pocket book lyin’ around loose half
th’ time, an’ how suspicious th’ boss
Is. 1 know this here guy ain’t no
thief, hut I’m feelln’ desprlt, so In I
goes an’ braces up to him again.
“ ‘I hope you’ll excuse me, mister,’ I
says. ‘Y’understand how It Is, but
we’ve been mlssin’ inkstands an’ -pa-
perweights around here lately an’ I
wlsht you’d let me show you into the
waitin’ room, where It’s nice an’
warm,’ I says,, to be polite.
“The gent don’t say a word, but
he begins to cough, violent. He gets
up an’ follers me Into the outside of-
fice,, nn ’ just then in walks th’ boss,
an’ he Jumps over an’ shakes th’ gent
by th’ hand an’ leads him Into his pri-
vate room. An’ pretty soon I hears
th’ long guy In there roar out laughin’
lit to bust.’’
The redheaded boy swallowed the
last of his pie with a gulp. “An’ then,”
he ended bitterly, "after all my trou-‘
ble the boss comes out in half an hour
an’ jaws me because the long gent
was one of our best customers. The
boss called me a red head, too,” he
added, “an’ me hair ain’t red. Me
sister aez It’s awburn.”
j Choice Oklahoma Farms to sell on easy terms, j
j Insurance of all kinds written in standard Co s. J
THEO. LOWER j
Real Estate, Loans and j
l owest and best terms on farm loans. A geiu %
exchange bureau in connection. See me if *
yeu have anything to trade. §
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Gity Meat, Market,
E H. SHAW Prop.
Fresh ind Salt Miats. Oyster
anil Fish in season. High-
est price paid for Hides.
Charles H, Griswold.
Real Estate Loans
Before you make one, or
renew Hie old one, write to
| us. It will pay you.
Send us your Abstract
I work, we are Bond Abstract-
Logan County Abstract and Loan Co.
Phone 151. .
| In rear of Logan County. Bank, Guthrie, Okla.
Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers
Book on patents. “Hints to inventors.” “Inventions needed.”
“Why some inventors fail.”- Send rough sketch or model for
search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley was formerly.
Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full charge_of
the U. S. Patent Office.
- GREELEY&MclNTIRE -
s Washington, ‘D. C,
J. L. DAY, ill. D. F. J. Boutin, M. 1).
A deal mute in Iowa stepped
on the business end of n tack and
immediately regained his speech,
It’s an even wager that his first
utteranceb wero sharp and to the
The Oklahoma militia is hav-
ing a big time on their play
grounds at Chandler this week,
ome bloody (?) engagement
ave piobably already been pull-
It is now Gov, McAlester, I.ee
Don’t Take It
that just because you are In
business, everybody Is aware
of the fac‘t. Your goods may
be the finest In the market
but they will remain on your
shelves unless the people are
told about them.
if you want to move your
merchandise. Reach the
buyers In their homes through
the columns of I Ill.S PAPER
and on every dollar expended
you'll reap a handsome
Spring pigs can get along very well
without sholtor except from rain un
til fall, -then If you are so shiftless
as to fail to provide shelter they are
better able to stand cold and rain.
Physician, and Surgeon
All cal In answered promptly
day or night. Phone 20*
Pl.KASAN I V.M I KY, OKI.A.
Dr. W. A. Lee
Physician Sc Stirgeoi
Particular attention to obstetrics.
<<l:iss-.,s fitted correctly at lowest price;
Teeth exlractcd. All calls attends
pr inaptly. Over 25 years in practice.
Ilouaeplione 15, Office phoue <
Special attention to all disea°eH
ol women and children. Cal Ih ^ hysiciail
C. IN. COMPTON
An excellent destroyer of lice Is ]
four ounces of powdered lobelia seed
and two quarts of of boiling water,
l.et stand till cool and apply to the af- ]
fected parts with a sponge or coarse
brush. One application is usually suf-
answered promptly day or night.
Office for llie present at Gep-
hart’s drug store, Phone 44,
UR. Ci. W. WYATT
Eight thousand dollars’ worth of
pork saved from cholera Is the rec-
ord of the serum from one hog at the
Missouri experiment station. More
than 1,800 hogs were vaccinated with
the serum. The hog was worth while
in the world.
Culls ,i'ts at bred promptly d iy
or night. Office ro mu Peopled
State Bulk Buil ling.
Office Phone No. r>l. *
!i. R. CHRISTOPHEI
IO YEARS EXPERIENCE .
Will bo at Dr.’3outlu’s office, Coyle _
Okla., first Monday la each month and ] Office 3rd door cast of pOstoflfi
remain one week. Get an api olntmcLt
early in tne weelt, COYLE, OKLA.
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Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 7, 1911, newspaper, September 7, 1911; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc910400/m1/2/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.