Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 1, 1923 Page: 2 of 4
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CIMARRON. VALLEY CLIPPER,
C. P. VVANDELL, Publishers.
Htubhahed 190Q. Published Every Thursday Subscripfion't.50
nitren at the Postoftice at Covlc, Oklahoma, as Second Class &■.
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% Local f
* News ^
Comrade’s ( lass
ail home talent.
Watch for Mr. and
row’s date. Adv.
When in need of Hardware,
Furniture or Rugs see I ,oys.
Miss Hall was called heme the
last of the week on account of
the serious illness of her mother.
Something Special every Sat-
urday, Loy Rrol hers Co., Hard-
ware and Furniture...Adv.
Not to be outdone by route
three, Virg. Ward has purchased
a new “Jew Packard” roadster
for service on route1 one.
UMES MMK fttS
Banker Teds National Associa-
tion They Are Essential AMs
to Business BuMing.
PRESENTS PRACTICAL. PLAN
The First National Bank
of Coyle, at close of business Sep. 14, 1$23
© Loans and Discounts
_ .• *-
Savings Bank OMafcn of tha Ameri-
can Ban kora AaoaoUMon Offers
Prepared Newpoper Advert I*•
Ing Service to fwir a
. Year'a OdmpWa».
© Uverdralts-------------------- ----------
© Banking House, Furuituro and Fixtures---------- 5,000.00
© Redemption Fund with U. S. Treasurer---------- 1,250.00
© United States Bonds to secure Circulation »------ 25.000.00
o Other U. S. Bonds and Warrants-------
® Cash in this and other Banks-----r----22,813.12
,1 r»:n_ _f L'.„.l------ 3,284.65
fresh ments served and a general
good time all around was had.
Feed less grain and more stock
powders and have fatter stock at
less cost. We handle all the well j aarttyia bukekr
known brands such as Eees, Dr.- of th* moatfefirip to
IjoGares, Walker powders and
H. Gephart Drug Co.
banka aa a b
•trongiy urgqfl at
tfoa of tba Agx
cfaUen by W. R.__
Ha bask ad
Make it warm for the family
--get a stove at Loys, Hardware
•nd Furniture. Adv.
Bad colds seems to be an epid-
emic nearly everyone has.
J. G. Cooks were Tuesday after
noon visitors at Hike Davis.
Several from hen; attended the
Frank Allison sale Tuesday.
Arthur Ben.ley and Dick Flick
j were Sunday visitors at A. Spur-
J. P. Henthorn has been pro-i8eons>
nounced the handsomest man in1 Roger and Hobart are -'ach
town since he amputated his just recovering from an attadc of
mustache. , the mumps.
Ace Bickel and Ben Doojin
We have a complete line of were Wednesday callers at Thorn
House Furnishing, Loy Brothers ley and Spurgeon.
Co., Hardware and Furniture .-- 1W „
Ashley Graham and Mrs Down-
ey and daughter were Sunday
W.F. Gunkle went to Tulsa visitors at Guy Kinneys.
*>7 kl* division
a single day.
directly trace a Igiye toliu
business to aeWefajfft
itbe of aew
does not prove
i effective as a b u *1 0*r
“The fact that tkofe are < certain
kinds of newapapur pdwpCUiait which
2 Bills of Exchange----------------------- •>-------
o Total Bonds, Warrants and 1 ash- *--------- Tl.8o9,oi
LIABILITIES * |
Capital Stock---------------------------------$25,000.00 ®
_ Surplus and Profits--...... -- ------------- 4,934.48 o
° Circulation-------------- —'----------- 25,000.00 5
® Deposits------------------ ----------- 121,100.11 o
© The above statement is correct. M. E. FRUIN, Pres, f
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do not produce ft
to brand tke vkkdiTT
any more tba» tkf|S«tth*t beflanse a
any more tkamtke |
certain booklet %r o
bulldto* letter tdtlt to ]
rant you in bryudlnj a
all letters as p.on-proda
Friday to bring his mother home,
who fell and injured herself re
Special for Saturday, Bull
strong Axes, come in see our price
Loy Brothers Go. H rdw.nv and
M-s. Sara-Elder Savage left
Friday for htjr home in Kansas
•Her a visit with the J.S. Thomp-
Ml's. Seth Thompson and Dean
Thompson cam • over from Shid-
lei* Sunday to spend a few days
Mrs. A. B. Miller came over
from Muskogee Tuesday for a
few days visit with Coyle folks.
She reports everything fine and
tlindy over on the east side.
Miss Ruth Boll returned this
tnorning from Watonga where
Sh* was called last week by the
h*rieus illness of her mother.
Nhe reports her mother much
Roy Boyd is confined to his
bed. The fever seems to be gone.
Wr AdwpfliiaiC which
* ” ’ ”"oney
The right kind of printed forms will help your business
prosper by saving your time and keeping your record*
it adverttoliNf mu*tt(b* at-
“New*p»p| st •drerttoli—---,_v
tractive ap d easily re*M It It 1* to
produce g) joa reaulta. II tko inject
presents* u not t0 tbW pol&t, iF too
deeply Jj .volved for tie awnfe m>Pd
to grar,^ readily, la’too MB of big
la. It lai<
but he is havingabcosses on
Floyd Hatcher, of ''eastern
Oklahoma has been vir jting at
the home of his sisters, '.yirs. Arch
Allison, the past week.
Owing to the bad roads in the
Wild Horse botto- n ft.,, pprnno
carrier has fail*/ to make his
round trip afev/ days this week.
I he new stove recently pur-
chased for the school has proved
to be a failuve and had to he re- '
turned and a new one sent in its
Goodby Summer! Hello Win-
ici I After an all days raiiaMon-
day the wind turned to the north
and the way thin clothes did feel
unS'.mifion word a, It l*i«Sly natuarai
it will not be rand. If bapk art-
"tertlifng la to acootqklaU ftr purpose
It mutt be very »impfc.'
"Dlacnts only the «i»1Jjk>cta wUcli
will make it eaay for )tXl« ptft>Hc fo
patronize your bank. A ItYRrtHe yotgr
bank, lta financial stabllk ky, W * officers,
directors and ztockkold pri sni you
will build prestige and at tarn Abe n pub-
lic confidence in your 1TI|iwGtQtlofn-
Bnumermte the varloua TOtAK* ser‘
vice your bank la prepa i*y7&fcr^der.
ft baa been my experl ___
public la on the lookov/c for fnfo.
Uon #>out bank*, baking raetboL
and tb* kinds of aorvM « rendered by
bank*. JFot quick resW U I am a Arm
------- a ticking tof subjects which
in proper shape,
Our service as printers is not limited to taking your
order and putting some ink on paper according to
We are able to make suggestions for business printing
that may save considerable money for you. Our plant
is completely equipped and we carry a stock of (
** The Utility Business Paper
order to give you the quickest service possible.
believerjdn sticking tof ai
hav# a direct bearing i ,n banlrt, bank-
ing mjwtkoda and s«f vice, until the
pubHc has become 1 ,#tter Informed
about banka and th
aervices rendered by. them.
9 wide variety of
liuule one wish for heap morel /uCT?S*
clothes. dred wor/ |B 0r less, ®ref*r»l[iy
Mr. Thornley has had a large — — 99 which a^u,e ***
Ml’, and Mr*. I. .1. Morris and
Mil of Sleeper, Missouri, drove In
Friday evenfng to see his parents,
Grandma and Grandpa Morris,
and his brother, Ed Morns of
Coyle. They left for home Mon-
bunch of hands busy the past
week trying to gather his sweet
poialo crop. The uniarvable
condition of the weather has
made it rather druggy altho they
have gathered several hundred
bushals and have several more t
"It you hfnve tynt been *uccessful
with x*w*j|faper WWirtlltnf try this
plan. Conf ne ijbsr Av«rt||Sng within
th* scope of baslghg) and especially
enumerate the varfciwsuiarvtcea which
your bank la prep»r*dtj to o®er. Boll
. .. ______joute UM«ffe*t at
* *1*Df « Vor examl 1*. a head 'IN-
tERW' FROM DAl E’ will Inspire
a oi» the part ot pkmons with Idle
fuB/ is to deposit biAwuse interest
*tr rts frtmf the time afivings. accounts
y :e opened- A heading 'PROTEC-
CION FOR YOUR VAIJ UABEBS’ will
inspire action on the Bart ofl person;'
The Hallowe’en party given at
the M. E. church last evening
wfis a big affair and all present
•fpnta very pleasant evening.
A nice program was rendered, re-
HALL’S CATARRH MED’
will do whut we claim * iCINE
cure Ontarrh or Deafness ’ -or —
Catarrh. We do not dp cansed by
any other disease, u n to cure
HALL’S CAT AT’'
is a liquid, C ..RH A tl ’.DICINE
acts throu’"' uken into
mueou* gh the blood
rede surfaces of the s
.cing the inflnmmntii
storing normal eonditioi
All Druggigta. Circuli
F- J- Cheney & Co.. Tol
in and re-
in i»ed of protection.'1
Iju^t Received I
RAIN IS COMING
When salt is damp.
When the hen crow*.
When your corn aches.
When swallows fly low.
When the furniture )g cTeaJ:y.
When the cat ^ ber ,Vce.
,s refuse to spefik. 5
,e window cord tlghtc®*-
,>V ' ‘ • <^«VA..
‘ ^ *•* * | r r, .* i • .J .
, ’ ,!h )IT..ST.
tlie housctly Is unusually
‘ ' ’’I'm Tr 7 . 1 n
DBS. RVAN & i
Physicians <& Surg
Falls answered day or i
ready for your inspection and you »
SOur Fall and Winter line of
We 11 shoes for men, women
^ will Find the quality and prices right. Also
^ rubber*? End rubber boots.
OfTico over Houghto
Whan nnts are seen migreting
■Whet i horses stretch their neck* and
s WIT tit e nlr.
When; the perfume of flowers Is j Can8 an8wercd promptly dat
r bvvtlD strong. jur niglit- Office acios stre i
A Car of Alexander's Best Flour
« ant’* meal just received. This is n high
S grade Wellington, Kansas, product and will ^
^ please you. ^
i Johnston & Blythe |
dROBT X. WADE, n 1).
Physician and Surgeon
Live Stock and General
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Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 1, 1923, newspaper, November 1, 1923; Coyle, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc910628/m1/2/: accessed December 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.