Cimarron Valley Clipper. (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 22, 1904 Page: 4 of 12
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Cimarron Valley Clipper.
E. J. GARNER, Editor.
This page is edited by E J.
Garner, unless otherwise credited
Geo. S. Barger, Associate
Editor and Business Manager.
Entered hh eecond-clasH matter at the
postofflce In Coyle.
candidate separetly and show
why they are entitled to your
support. Investigate the record
of each one on the ticket as pre-
sented and find for yourseif that
we have not overestimated, the
choice of the Payne county Pop-
ulists and Democrats. *
. THOMAS E. WATSON,
For Vice President,
T. H. TIBBLES,
. H. E. STRAUGHEN.
Payne Coonty Ticket.
For Council 2nd District.
• of Pawnee County. "
For Probate Judge,
. , J. R. Clark,
For County Attorney, .
W. B. Williams. *
For County Clerk,
Harry Donart, .
. Stillwater City. t ,
For Register of Deeds,
* W. L. Norman,
For County Superintendent,
M. E. Basel,'
Glenco township. .
L. A. Taylcr,
J. B. Murphy,
W. A. Frick,
Stillwater City. ,
Commissioner l*t District.
. E. A. Busch,
Commissioner 2nd District,
.* G. W. Lewis,
Stillwater Township. .
Compnissioner 3rd District,
H. M. Diffenbaugh,
Harry Jones is the Populist and
Democratic nominee fo.r repre-
sentative in Payne county this
year. He is oneoi the best post-
ed men on the needs of his oon
stituents in eastern Oklahoma
and the people are lucky to have
the chance to vote for him.
\ DRS. 8TAGNER & NORVALL, J
General Praetioners, . Special attention l
Given to Chronic Diseases, Genecology, •
Diseases of the Eye and Surgery.
Harry Donart, the nominee for
county clerk in Payne county, is
all wool and a yard wide, when
ability is conider.ed He '.has
filled the office of deputy and
thoroughly understands the du-
ties of the office. * .
Report of the Condition of
me People's state
W. B. Williams was a winner
over his opponent for the nomina-
tion for county attorney and he
ought to be' elected upon about
the same basis. He has had ex-
perence that is largely in ' his
favor, Remember him. *
At Covle, in the Territory of Oklahoma, at the close of busineas
• y Sept. 3, 1904. .
Capital Stock paid in 810,(100 00
Undivided Profits, Less Expenses
and Taxes Paid • 100 88
Individual Deposits Subject to
Loans and Discounts 810.522 12
Overdrafts, secure 1 and Unsecured mw 23
Time Certificates of Deposit 13
Stocks. Bonds, Warrants, etc.
Furniture and Fixtures
Due From Bauks .
Checks and other Cash Item
Territory of Oklahoma, 1 sg_
County of Logan, J .* .
ledge and belief, so help me God. Di Townsend President.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th Hay of Sept. 1904. ^ N()tary Putjl|c.
orrect Attest: M. E. Fru.'N.I Dlrector8. Commission expires Oct, 311907.
• • Boy Teal,) ,
Judge John R. Ciark, the nom-
inee for Probate Judge in Payne
county has' most efficiently filled
the office to which he a-pires the
past four years and the people
cannot afford to turn so able a
man down in order to try an ex-
periment. Stand up for Judge
Clark—He is a winner.
•Populists should this ) ear more
than any other vote for the popu-
list nominee for congress. State-
hood is near at hand and- we.
must preserve our organization
• The national populist chairman
predicts over' three million votes
for Hon. Tom-Watson for presi-
dent. Let the Oklahoma popu-
lists be as loyal'to their candidate
tor delegate to congress.
The Star Barber.
Coyle, 4* 4*
•When you want a good Shave<
cwd er neat Hair Cut remember
the Star Shop in Coyle. Every-
thing clean and up-to-date.
It “is witlj pleasure that we are
enabled this week to present to
our readers across the river, so
clean and capable a ticket as the
Payne cdunty Populists and Dem-
ocrats have chosen to administer
the official affairs for'the-next
two years. Most of the nominees
are not only personally kn^wn by
us but by every reader of this
paper. They were chosen on ac
count of their ability, to fill each
office and not on account of any
special political pull. From
week to week we will notice each
Get right svith your conscience
and leave a good record to your
future posterity by voting your
principles if you are a populist.
Don’t go off with the gold stand-
ard democracy. t %
The .Oklahoma democrats are
on .record* of. having endorsed
Parker’s gold standard idea. They
are Bryanites, two to one. They
are not sincere from, any point of
view. . .
newspapers at $15,000 a year
salary. This, is to take effect
after the campaign closes W.
R. Hearst should hdve been th.e
nominee for president instead -of
P. r er
A vote for Straughen for dele-
gate to congress means that the
populist will maintain their party
organization against the protests
of the gold standard democrats.
'Frank Matthews is not meeting
with the inthusiastic success that
has been accorded nominees of-
his party heietofore. ' The cold
blooded treatment of the populists
by this astute candidate is having
a telling « ffect. .
Manta IV IC’y Time Table
WEST BOUND. .
No. 409 leaves Gayle 7:38 a. m.
“ 4II , “ 3:53 p. rr.
4I7 freight “ 5:05 p. m.
No. 4I2 leaves Coyle 12:25 P- m*
“ 4I0 “ “ 5:46 p: m.
No. 418 freight “ 9:20 a. in.
bunday, train going East 12:25,
“ “ “.West 3:53. p. m.
A. G. Swartz, Agent.
H. E. Straughen is making a
notable campaign and will roll
up a nice vote in November.
Put ir. a ballot in his favor.
Hon. Thomas Watson, populist
nominee for president, has ac-
cepted a position with W. R,
Hearst as editpr of one of his
When Matthews compared the
populist to “niggers” he did 'not
intend to run for. congress. He
will be more choice in his politi-
cal assertions next time. ••
Special round trip summer
tourist rates to.Denver, Colorado
Springs and Pueblo, date of sale
Aug. 16, 20, 23, 27, 30 and Sept.
3, 6, lo, 13, 17, and limited to
return Oct. 31. Rate .$15.00.
A. G. Swartz, agt. *
Stand up for your party candi-
date and party organization.
Call and see us about our club
bing offer or write us.
Old newspapers I.oc a bundle at
this office. • *
•FOR Sale—A bran new Oli-
ver Typewriter. Write or in-
nuire at CLIPPER office. '
COL. 0. R. LILLEY,
Sells anything, anywhere, any-
time. -Leave orders at People’s
State Bank, Cimarron Valley
Bank at Coyle .or at the .Clipper
■office. Wire or phone ine at my
expense. Refference any .bank
in eastern-Oklahoma. »
O. R Lilley, Ripley, Okla.
.Buy the best flour—Pride 0/
Perry, at Houghton’s.
The American Horne and the
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Garner, E. J. Cimarron Valley Clipper. (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 22, 1904, newspaper, September 22, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc910570/m1/4/: accessed May 28, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.