Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 15, 1923 Page: 1 of 4
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Vol. 22, No. 29
COYLE, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1923
(By Bart C, Hodge*)
administrator of the- os,'ale
lapt week oyer Sunday Randall Anderson, deceased.
The will of Nathan C. Hackey
was admitted to probate and
Franklin B. Hackoy appointed
W. D. Jenkins was appointed
administrator of the estate of his
mother, Racheal E. Jenkins.
Dr. C. F. Cotteral appointed
< Cftjne before th« Joint soitioa
•wnmendiuloas for raising
ace the ecboble of the state,
cd^atry school's, upon a
IF tarjMf coot eclated by
pi sTSlt admlniJiratiOn. The
w Mb making life argument for
•chool9, a* ha trees them, sub-
I (^lengthy Federal report made
tffe Federal Bureau of Educa-
He advocated abolition of the
it tftdt system and urg^d uniflea-
t our school system under one
and to raise taxes to support
Pole by taxing public utilities,
. gt of steam railways, street
i#tlrl,jleeping cars, express com-
il«f. tSfegraph and telephone lines,
(Old electric companies, insurance
and capital stock of all
tpessage plainly states that no
Ojg* 1* beamed for the present cor.di-
UOSi 61 .The schools, some district?
torttut Plenty of funds to conduct nine
jtttath schools and neighboring dls-
frteti Jult as able, vote only enough
Wi to cohdhct schools three months
fjrWr. The Whole strength of the ad-
ttlstttratlon will be placed behind this
PPOfraa says the Gfovernor.
; Tie only bill that aroused much
.dttoueilon In the Senate during the
jVwk was the antl clgaTctte bill in-
by Senator Anglin of IIol-
|4wrtUe, for which many Senators
While deep down In tlu*hearis
bod thkt thgy could have
l issue, however, Senators
ad linard were two Soua-
fa«ed the lssde and made
against the bill which they
would repeal the oreseut
tttff which prohibits the sale of
Titles to minors and place upon
Statutes of Oklahoma a hill
Which Would not stop the sale of one
cigarette but would cause them to be
bootlegged not only to adults but to
.Whore a* well. Senator N’lcbols said
Jh part in opposition to the Anglin
<3tON WHO aorjJ-OUJS
NEIGHBORS? PAPER VS
TW WORST CRWte AW TVAE
GRCATESr KICKER *1YV <
PAPER HAS , 0OT VIE 0O«r
Give OWE lA <SO$H-DARM
ter his opinion*. ^
met at the home of Miss Helen
Judge Boles removed Joe
Williams as guardian of Cephus
Watts, a minor, and appointe B.
Final accounts were approved
in the estates of VV’m, S. Spencer,
A. M. Pace, and Patrick J. Mea-
gher and the court made a de-1
cree of distribution in each ease, i
A. B. Armstrong, guardian of
Kathryn Gillespie given author-1
ity to lease for oil and gas the
property belonging to said Kath-
Susan A. Goods appointed
guardian of Constant L. Goode,'
The petition of the County P^anTs anytime alter the 25t.i,
Commissioners asking for the ap- 30c per 100, $2.;>0 per 1000 post-
pointment cf a guardian for Ella ^XU(^' ^ate date wanted saip-
Carpenter, an alleged ineompe- Poc*- ^ other vegetable plants
tant, was continued until March in fe,n's®p
The final account of W. C. , . , ,
Armstrong, administrator of the P|XTj '°n!n! ' ,ap' xun(, ^
6 D. II. Lewis, Mehan, Okla.
Cut flowers for the
sick. Flowers for all occasions.
Visitors always welcome. Green-
“The passage of the cigarette ,. „ . , . , ,
or any other Mil for which there lecturing wmskey, waved
U no public demand, is a great mis- preliminary hearing; and
take for everyone knows it will not
kb enforced. It breeds contempt for
til laws in the minds of our people
estate of Thomas Armstrong, de-
ceased, was approved by the
court and a decree of distribution ,r. .... r,
issued. , 1 he t,t>' Pell<:r
Orie Bates, when arraigned be-. 1011 eharaeicrs in order "i 1 heir
fore Judge Boles on a charge o: appearance
manufacturing whiskey, entered Jhn Simpson.-A Farmer.. .
a pica of not guilty, waved his ..............Miles Coats
preliminary hearing and his bond Martha Simpson..Jim’s
was fixed at $1000 for his appear* Wife---------Anna Coats
ance at the first day of the next Lissie Brown—An Orphan..
term of District Court. ' --------Mollie Thompson
Louis Forbis entered a plea of Grandpa Simpson..Cyrus (. oats
not guilty to a charge of manu- Auntie Purvis—Sallie s
A fine shower of rain fell here! Bucknam “Tuesday, February 13.
! Monday morning. ITlie ‘00ms wei* very becomingly
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Ratliff, N^ted with rod hearts,
of Tryon, wore Saturday visitorsl Roll call mu reiponded to by
at tho parental, J.r; Cook, hOT.o.lnfen‘"™“of
I j n .1 - , , ;est. Elizabeth Johnston and
Irma Bentley who has boon; Geraldine Fruin wore welcomed
. workms at the cotton Jilts at illt0 the C|„b M merobeIS
Guthrie, conn., homo Monday. A pk.asinfolimred the.
! evening with erther the 'flu or bl,slnes, ma)U
just homes,c ■: wo oan not hardly. CaUs. ,!ea 1)odd and •
tell which at p <-sent. I Helen Bucknam
The Coyle telephone line man Off to the Picnic...Doris Gibson
I has been doing some much need- Reading — Hermino Goldsmith
ed woik on the lines th past [ i,n . o a^’L^ssie__Flo Townsend
wo?k. and Geraldine Fruin
Mr. Hamilton is able to be up Play mates... Elizabeth Johnston
| and about the house after his i Reading____Dont’s____Bea Dodd
! severe attack of liver trouble. j Humoreske____Marjorie Dobsen
Uncle John Luster is slowly re-j Mrs. J. M. Gibson and Mrs.
covering from a severe case of in-! Fra k Bucknam were visitors at
fiuenza and pneumonia. For,the Club.
awhile there were small chances Following the program a very
for his recovery, but with good ,exciting contest ensued in which
care there is some chance for his all took part, a prize being
being able to be about again, a warded the person making the
soon. (daintiest valentine. Mrs. Bea
Mrs. Hoffstott is suffering wi h iD ,dfl won the prize,
what we may call her well liml M*3: Helen Bucknam and Miss
It is something like ery ipli - 1 Gibson served delicious re-
Sunday callers vere: Ci hmcntJ3 the club color9'
Todd’s, o; Guihrie, and By , 11 •’v^w and wh.te.
Ken, 1 ter, at C. ' IIK’n ia*journtd to
Listermans; Mrs. Wallerand-son, meet again March 13-
Rodney, and N. W. Jacobs, ati
Hoffstot:; Chi at Jim Auction Sale
Longans; Arthui Bentl ys at A. 1 Can will sell at
F. Spurgeons; Guy WiiIson, Mrs. auction on e . e ts of Coyle
Allison and Arch at Hamilton 1 17, 1923: 1 bay
Ira Fletclv at Fred Jtokes; Ai-:nv—> i . wt 1200; 1 bay
bert Bcstian and wii.- at •.dl D-. • ' ho..- l yr o. wt. 1200; 1 bay
yarman ; Joe Barnetts a old, wt. 100d; I John
(Morans. D. i •. cultivator good as
Several ..... are putti ng Ideal mowing
tl :< to che toth iro t diine; 1 u iw , \ wagon; l
ground and getting ready tosow. jwalkii g plow: 2 m.u harness; 1
Hobart Fhoi iley returned Sat- ■' ' ‘ w machine;
urday evening from an all v.vek ,1 11 "!< • 8ome household goods
trip peddiint peanuts, starting!4 nd ...... band tools too numer-
especially the youth of our land.
We should repeal those laws on our
filfttUiS. kfifiks Hhitk PiirHj pentimept
(Concluded on back page)
bond was fixed at $1000 for his
appearance at the next term of
OOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOO 'CCOOOOOOOOOG'-. _ ooo
19 Years of Progress
As State Bank to March 25, 1922
As National Bank Thereafter °
TOTAL ASSETS 8
Dec. 3,1903, $13,722.04 O
Sept, 1, 1906, $31,736 Dl
Slip. 3, I0OT. s ii5.003.38
Sept. K |B|0, 832,30721 j
Sep. 4, 1812. $03,553.30
Sept. I. 1014, $70,038.71
Sep. 12, iqi5, $115,388.98
Sept. 1, 1918, $131,092.04
Sept. 8, 112(1, M, 2S4.S*
Dec, 29, K!§l9i,830.50 1
United States (iovermnent §
Supervision and Examination §
MEANS SAFETY |
The First National Bank
Capital and Surplus $27,800 00
MEMBER AECERAL RESERVE 8Y8TEI«
Lemuel Hecker—A Small
Town Slicker..Paul Henry
Phil Granger—The City
Southern Frostproof Cabbage J(jfT Biggs__The Town Marshal
Orrin Ruddy—The Village
| Time of playing—two hours.
; To be given Friday, Feb. 16,
: by the Gleaners Class of the
! Christian Sunday School.
if us to mention.
again Tuesday morning with,
Several of the young folks at-j City Flection
tended he birthday party Tues- REMEMBER: That there will
(day evening for Leolu Parcel at J be a City Election this year,
her fathers home. Primary to be held March 20 for
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fulk and the purpose of nominating all
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fulk came city officers. Filing time from
Tuesday evening to visit their' March 1 to 10, both days inclus-
aged mother and grandmother ive. Get your man to file or do
who i3 quite poorly at this writ- not cuss the ones that are elected
ing. ; General election to be held on
It would be a hard task to try (April 3.
to name all the ones that arei * 1
sick and feeling bad. For Sale
! There was a good attendance
of Shorthorn owners at the an-
nual meeting helu at the county
agents office, Saturday Feb. 10th.
The following officers were elect-
ed for the coming year. Pres.,
W. E. Combs, Mulhall; Vice
Pres., E. P. Wilkenson, Guthrie;
Sec. Treas., Nola Hopson, Lovell;
Members of the executive board,
Neil Humphrey, Meridian, J. F.
Burks, Arcadia, C. E. Tribble,
Navina,J. E. Douglas, Guthrie,
and Ben Bodecker, Mulhall.
Another meeting was called for
Saturday, Feb. 24th at the eoun- j
ity agents office to complete ar-
' range meats for a sale to be held
about the last of March. Any-
one having cattle to sell must be
present at this meeting or fur-
Coyle Junior Music Club
The Coyle Junior Music Club
Prarie hay and No. 2 yellow
shelled corn, northern grown.
22tf Frank A. Martin
i is \t
nish the secretary a list of their
Tho secretary of the Poland*
China Breeders wish all their
members to be present to dis-
cuss a joint bog and cattle sale.
(STRAIGHT SALARY: $35.00
per week and expenses to man or
woman with rig to introduce
Poultry Mixture. Eujvka Mfg.
Co., East St. Louis, Ifil
How some folks seem to succeed where
others fail? Do you wonder at the appar-
ently marvelous faculty certain men have
for getting w!nt they want, positions, fine
homes, automobiles, trips and vacations?
Some people just seem to have them and
others do not, but there is one unfailing
rule that always governs these folks. They
can save money, they can get value receiv-
ed when they spend it, but unless they can
save it, sooner or later they will fail,
We are ready to help you to start now.
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Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 15, 1923, newspaper, February 15, 1923; Coyle, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc910684/m1/1/: accessed September 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.