Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 1, 1923 Page: 4 of 4
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Money Saved Is Money Easily Made
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REMEMBER THAT THE
BigSaleaf Stockton’s \
|8 still un where you can buy the best stand-
ard merchandise at a good, substantial dis =
count. Does this mean anything to you? We
believe it does^ Remember that everything in
our store is included in this big price smashing
sale, coming at the time when you need this
GOODS ARE MOVING FAST
But our large stock is yet quite complete and
you will still still be able to find what you want
here. Come and get what you n^ed before any
of the lines are broken.
way to success is to nmhe an
imt Job seem important.
The man with n rich wife owes it
to Bfmseff to keep right on working.
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One sure way to lose your audience
la to insist on telling it your troubles.
One sure way to keep the home
tiapY? •« to take a little happiness
Money won’t buy happiness but
have ydu ever tried being happy with-
Keeping everlastingly nt it Is all
right, but usually that is what the’
Most of us nre too apt to bewail •
the Joy we have lost rather than to
he thankful for the Joy we have had. 1
Qn the otjier hand, ope can he a |
sticeess In tills life and still not know
Wljnt to do when your partner in u
bridge game doubles a one-no-trump
In urea, Texas, 265.896 square miles,
is the laagest state, and Rhode Island,
1 .-MS square miles, the smallest.
The total lire less for t,he country
in 1921 is shbwn by the statement to
have been $495,400,000. This is about
$4..*4 per capita.
Ninety per cent of the storms which
traverse the United States leave this
continent in the vicinity of New Eng-
land or Nova Beotia.
Out of 476,000 tons of sidpplng;
launched by the world in the quarter ;
ended September 30, Inst, 307,000 tons
were built In the United Kingdom.
Veterans of the Spanish-Amertcan
war, now drawing pensions from the
government, number 4,7.055. There
lire 0,10!? widows of Spanish whf
in good.—Itn, •fVUcutilC ^ , ,.
*""'*• ; See in Hr he sits Ins countenance
.... for deceit ami promises to lie before
Don t despair of a student If he bus he speaks i— n, yden.
one clear Idea.—Emmons. j ■ ' _
f,** i .• .. A 111:111 taanot Jenve a hotter legacy
hi i " 1 ii ?i ^°° B curttdD w’hlch i to tin* wo; M rJiiii ,i well-educated fain-
Eelthiuu CCt8 ,rom Ule WorId- : U.v.-Thn, .Scoff.
„ .. . I How m nieli lies laughter, the
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as an honest man, is himself a knave.
"hole mai j ?- Carlyle.
A striking fuce.
Casey's tlilrd strike.
Singe struck maids.
Rolling piu activity.
Prohibition agents strike.
The alarm clock in the morn-
The last match nt a poker
“Strike while the iron is fev-
Handsome is that handsome does.—
Cheerfulness and contept are great
heautillers and are famous preservers
of youthful looks.—Dickens.
There is no beaut 1 tier of complexion,
or form, or behavior, like the wish to
scatter Joy and not pain around us.—
FACTS AND FIGURES
New York state lias the largest
cmjauro, 10,385,227. and tTroTTjtng
tab Tenst, 194,402.
Accent Is the soul of speech.—Reus-
Brevity Is the soul of wit.—Shake-
Dispatch is the soul of business—
A sunny dlspaeJtlop is tho very soul
GEMS OF THOUGHT
Light is the shadow of God—Plata
Tho purpose lthn Is equal to the
Light is the task where man;
share the toll.—Homer.
There ape berges ln_ovil ns well as
LOWEST PRICK EVER OEFERlD
on large assortment of high
grade Aluminum' vare . ,
Choice $1 For Friday and Saturday
SEE (JUK W INDOW
14 bt. round dish pan____$1.00
8 qt. convex kettle wjth
6 qt. Tea Kettle. ______ j qO
2i qt. Perculat or________ i qO
12 qt. Water ’ paj|_....... i.oo
Round R'jf ,ster______«... 1.00
Ric* B' oiler......... 1.00
We carry the largest antj best assorted stock of shelf and heavy
hardware, Pumps, WP |dmj||gt Harness, Plumbing Supplies, Farm
Implements, and the most adequate stock of repairs of all kinds to be
found In this sectlr ^ ^ the country. Prices are always lower and
we Klve you pror ^ and courteous serviee.
C- L„ Murphy,
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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/m1/4/: accessed October 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.