Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 20, 1923 Page: 2 of 4
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Our Friends and
Richard Knight, of Perry, who
came here to finish some bridge
work north of town, was taken
seriously ill Tuesday morning.
A doctor was called and his par-
ents sent for. He is reported
better at this writing.
Specials for Saturday
<a sea™ 5Lw y
Frank Martin left Sunday for
Kansas City to have his jaw bone
treated. It seems that Frank
had some teeth palled a few! £
weeks ago and nis mouth never
healed as it should. Of late it
has been causing him consider-
able trouble and it is feared thati^
he has tuberculosis of the bene.! £
HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE
will do what, we claim for it—
cure Catarrh or Deafness caused by
Catarrh. We do uot claim to cure
( hoice Steaks. . 20c lb.
Chur k 174c lb.
Beef h’oa3t----124c lb.
Beef Boil______ 3c lb.
Sausage------- 15c lb,
Perk Ribs______ 15c lb.
Fresh |Fish____23c lb.
Country and Creamery Butter and Oleo.
CliMARLON VALLEY CLIPPER,
C. F, WANDELL, Publishers.
£$iobJnthed 1900. Published Every Thursday Subscription 1.50
i it the Postoftice at Coyle, Oklahoma, as Second Class W
any other disease.
HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE
is a liquid, taken internally, and
acts through the blood upon the
mucous surfaces of the system, thus
reducing the inflammation and re-
storing normal conditions.
All Druggists. Circulars free.
F. J. Cheney L Co.. Toledo, Ohio
CITY MEAT MARKET
E. H. SHAW, Prop.
♦ *1? *♦»
% Local %
Tankage $3.25 cwt.
Meat scraps $4.35 cwt.
Coyle Commission Co.
D. Rothsohild was here from
Boys wagons from $1.00 up to
$10.00 at Loys... Ad v.
F. A. Thompson run a large
naij into his knee the first of this
week which is causing him con-
Fred Bezanson is reported as
having broken into the auction-
eer business, crying his first sale
at the pie supper at Fairview
school house last Friday night.
Fred is said to have pulled quite
la successful sale Friday night and
* no doubt this will put him well
on the way to a successful career
in that profession. We are in-
formed that Fred will ask for his1
smoking toqacco as fees for the
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Bentley
left Friday via the auto route for
California where they expect to
make their home.
C. L. Murphy was in Guthrie
yesterday on business. 1 W. E. Rice and Dr. Swallow
----- leave this evening. Mr. Rice go-
Loys toys you will find a host FI Paso ' the docter re-
of gift ideas at our store.—Loys turning to California.
It Is Our
Dont celebrate, but commem-! Shaffer, of the Oklahoma
, City police force, and wife was
----- in town the first of the week to
Give a dinner set for Christ attend his parents golden wed-
mas 42 piece $12.00at Loys—Adv *»g-
Miss Carlotta Fruin is here Harry Bentley was here the
from school to spend the holidays first of the week on his way to
,,, r, . . Okmulgee where he will take up
W E. Rice spent the week-end a position with the Frisco railroad
imthjns son, Carl, and family at»at that point
We|have some special prices Just received two cars of first
On ffurniture for Christmas, at c ass Northern corn which we
Loyari Adv are se’"nK for 85 cents by the
' load at the elevator.
Dr. Swallow returned the last
Of the week from a two week's
visit in Kansas.
Coyle Commission Co.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Pering
i left Sunday evening for California
Mrs. Lena Kerns of Stillwater,1 where they expect to stay for
Stock and (jeneral
was a visitor at her fathers L. F.j some time and may decide to
| locate there permently if that
Loys the^Christmas store where!' l)untr-v l*iein-
good gifts come from. i Noble P. Leanord, of Oklahoma
JLoys Hardware and Furniture City, who has been a guest at
M. F. Me A nine h of Edmond, the Shaffer home for several days
was in town yesterday fqr the 'burned home Wednesday. Mr
ol* r# . » * »• [.Pflnftrrl vuno nnn r*f rm*. Kaw<i
Shaffer golden wedding
Leanord was one of our boys
several years ago, and he always
Troy Coats ban moved his lam- enjoys a visit here with old f riend
ily from the farm into the W. G. , ,
Persing property and is assisting or Votl * 10 11 bam wost
Earl in the shop . ol town be«an the fir3t of this
week. There is $350 available
The M. E. Aid dinner, supper for this piece of road work and
and bazaas Saturday was well at- it is thought that amount will
tended and in every way a com Put this hill in fairly good eondi-
plete success. tion.
MiYght Have Been Worse.
Many stories have been fold of the
’.mid seas which engulf the uupaved
streets of certain oil towns in the
ruiny season, but these are all out-
classed by <vne which is being told of
a central Texas settlement.
Looking out of his front window
a resident espied a hat apparently
floating along on a sea of mud which
a few days Xiefore had been a highway.
Going out to investigate, he discovered
that tlte hat was on the head of the
owner, who was having difficulty in
keeping his nose and mouth above the
“Hey, Kastus, you’re in a bad fix
out tlia, ain't you?" he called.
"Wall, boss, 1 ain’t bragging, but I
ain’t in nowhur nigh as bad a fix as
dis heah mule I’se riding."
to consider vac solve the
printing problems (or our
customers, and each ons
we solve jives us just so
much more experience to
apply to the next one.
This is what keeps us
busy—this is why we sre
best equipped to do your
printing in the way it
should be done. Suppose
you ask us to submit
specimens and quota
We Make a Specialty
at Printing FARM
ROUT. X. WADE, 1H. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Calls answered promptly daj
or night. Office across street
from Clipper office.
Phone, Residence 58. Office 88
DRS. RYAN & RYAN
Physicians & Surgeons
Calls answered day or night.
Office over Houghton
Phone 63 — Coyle, Okla
Farm and general sales
conducted FREE the bal-
ance of this season, *
Bruder's Machine Shop
THCft RDlincn n____ 1
He Should Worry!
Mrs. lUiswn was pirtloularly fond of
remindaf? her husband that the silver
wus hers, the furniture was hers, the
piano was tiers, and so on, until pour
Brown wished lie hadn't married a
girl with money.
One uight Mrs. Brown awoke and
heard strange veice* In the lower part
Of I ill- house. Punching her husband
iu the ribs, she cried:
.lulm, get up1 There are burglars
“Eh?” inquired Brown sleepily.
"Burglars downstairs!" shrieked his
"Burglars!", suid Brown, as he
turned over. "Weil, let 'em burgle!
There's nothing of mine there!"
THEO. BRUDER, Prop.
We Rebore or Grind Cylinders, Make and Fit Pistons and
VWIC v» vniuu vjruuucio, clUU Til 1 lSlOJ
Rings, Make Bearings, Regrind Crank*Shafts,
and all kinds of Machine Work
«|-» U/ Hpvic-AM . ./IHT.I
At election time the mayor of a west-
en, city itinde a great play for the
women s vote and, of course, if one
wishes to win the mothers it is good
policj to compliment me daughter*.
But one evening the mayor met his
Waterloo for he was so rash as to
compliment a sophisticated high school
girl. “What a beautiful complexion
you have," cried the mayor. “It is a
gift from heaven." “Don:t you believe
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Condensed Statement of g
§ The First National Bank!
of Coyle, at close of business Sep. 14, 1923 §
o RESOURCES 8
Loans and Discounts. ..................;______$99 781 12 2
8 Overdrafts------------------------------r____’’ "’507*65 §
Banking House, Furuiture .and Fixtures, ri_______ 5,000.00 i
8 Redemption Fund wiihl . S. Treasurer___________ 1,250 00 ®
8 U nited States Bonds t o secure Circulation_______ 25 000 00 ^
g Othe^U. S. Bonds and Warrants.....-- 18,764.35
Cash in this and other Banks__________ 22 813 12
Bills of Exchange j___________________3,284*65
1 otnl Bond*, Warrants am! Cash______'______ 14.869,51
o Total---------------- 8176,400.89
o Capital 8tock----------------— .............. $25,000.00 -
o Surplus and Profits-------------,............... 4,934.48 o
o Circulation-------------------------- 25,000.00 8
o Deposit*----------- 121,466.41 8
Total. -------------------- S176.400.89 1
The above statement is correct. M. E. FRUIN, Pres 4
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A Chilli's Inhertaaf
Every child comes into cha world endow-
ed with liberty, opportunity, and a share of
the war debt.
You want to giv.e that little tot a com-
fortable living and a good education. if
you would start a savings account nowand
add a few dollars to it each month the
high school problem 5 or 10 years from now
would be easily handled.
Let a savings account In this bank pro-
vide for the needs of the family when you
become disabled to look after the hard work
on the farm.
Cimarron Valley Bank
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