Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 27, 1918 Page: 3 of 4
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COYLE DRUG STORE
• • AGENTS FOR . .
- TUB EASTMAN KODACKS
. . AND . .
Just rucWved a complete line of cameras
Ordinance No. 40. [main in the Townojt Coyle unlives nui'hl' ; ■
11 BE IT ENACTEtl'flY THP Mivnn °K bp registered drill thi tnx ingpottpiI
11 hi. 1 1 1 on O) I ill. MA\ OR upon the same by this trticli ahail hi
AND CITY COUNCIL OK THF
TOWN OF COYLE, LOG IN COUN-
TY OKLAHOMA ,
paid by the owner thereof
I Section 2. It. shall be the fluty of
j t In City Clerk to precure metallic plat, ,,,
| having cast. raised or st-impcd the/bon
the letters Male for male dot's ami p,
male for female dot's, and dated indieat
1 lit; the year for which the tax has been
Paid and a number corresponding to the
bonk in which dot's shall he registered
Section -I. 1 he tax on each mail
CIMARRON VALLEY CUPPER,
WANDKLL, Editor and Publisher).
Established 1900. Published Every Thursday Subscription 10Q
iniered at the Postoffica at Coyle, Oklahoma, as Second Class Urn
tfc rii «$i »|t tf» fft
* Local t
J News *
Ben Sanders is taking hi* vacation thi*
Do not cry out against the terrors of
thrift as long as the men in the trenches
do not yry out about tboir hardships.
Consider yourself lucky to be able to
save and buy War Savings Stamps.
WORK ON STREETS.
Section 1. That every male citizen of
the Town of Coyle, Oklahoma, between
the age of twenty one and iift\ years
w ho shah have resided in the Town of
Coyle, State of Uklahoma, lor a period
<>r thirty days or longer and who r not •
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4 I eoad or street dut elsewhere within the I imi’rf?,dJ‘Vi’ >ol,ars !‘r, • ‘'omaK*
f I subject and pay a poll tax in lie,, , I' v"" MI: phargnd ,f not paid by
4 ! road or street tax of five dollars $5.00) 1 , ■I' ‘ h y'"d*:
tax shall be collected Tin lax yearfori 1 ,mv '"i'"1 ■!"1 l" •■hail
this purpose shall be from the fir-, day T " 1 ' ' ''' '!'*? i"" ":,rn,J owner and
of,January to the U \ ,, 11 '< ' r to |t.......... of
of each year. Sant pol) tax mav be paid
in cash or work at rate of $2.50 p,,r day
for man or $5.00 per day for man and
team, with eight hours constituting a ......................
days work. Any person of whom any I 'T:v !,wl"r 1,1 r' sister ldogiol,.,q
road or street duly is required lur- ;i tim,‘s around the neck ul ,-aid du-
llish a substitute atislactory to l he collar, to which shall be att.iehed. hv
street commissioner to perform all work:
and the street commissioner shall be
authorized to discharge any person or
substitute w hen hr fails' to perform reas-
onable service and obey the instruction
of the street commissioner and -aid
street commissioner may require such
persons in such labor to furnish any tool
ho shall direct, it the demand therefor be
Section 2. It shall he the duty of the
city clerk on the. lirst, days of
tlm same, one metallic plate as provided
By Section 2. AI1 ■ urn i soV collect, d
shall l>o paid into the general fund
Section 4. It. shall be the duty ol < \
iery own. r "I r. gist, r 1 dog t. , 1 ep at
— ->und the neck of said dog a
collar, to v hich shall ho attach, d. 1
"fjtur Brand'Shoes Ary Better."
The Byrne Haffivkaeu got in a 'ship-
ment of Wagons this week.
Two cew International bay balers at
last Lehr's price. Byrne Hardware
FOR SALE: 101.7 Model, 5 passen-
ger Buick car, Jr good condition. Bar-
gain at $550 us I am leaving state.
1‘heiie Frank Thompsotf.
. . - V. M. hewitt(-
Oiyde Phillips has “disconnected’'
with the Houghton Department Store
U*. arid is new working at Qe.phart's.
A troop train with Floyd Henthorjt
aboard went througl, Guthrie about 3:30
this morning bound tor a training camp
in Texas. Miss Nora was in Guthrie
With,the hope of (toeing her brother, but
|tbe. train was just pulling out when they
reached tbe depot.
Stax Brand Shoes are made of
Mrs. C. S7 Reed was at Stillwater the
first the week to’seo-her mother, who
is quite ill.
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- - , B. G. Copeland came in Friday from
*■ training camp on . few days' leave to
visit his Wife' here before being assigned
- v , .1
To achieve victory we must have ,f\vo
artnihe: One that lights: one that saves
Every patriot will tie a member of one
of these armiiaj.-
Don!t forget that the Hamilton-Brown
•hoe is made for style, comfort and serv-
ice. 'I ry a pair of theag shoes when you
want your full money’s worth.
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At a meeting of the town council last
week some nbw ordinances were passed.
Two'of thesg’Ordinances are published
in this is^ue qf the Clipper Head them
carefully peat ia-what they are pub-
lished for, and remember that ignorence
of the law excuses no one.
Mrs. r.-TV-Tlenlhorn was called to
Kansas City Saturday night by the., ser*
lotto iUnosk'of het foster. 'Lester accom-
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'.-A. k i' v .y_‘ 0r.~ '
Mrs. Jordan. Assisted hy the IVuvers-
- v ity-Glec (vl’ajj, gave an.enrertaipment at
•thutHnivejsity.Sunday which was re-
' puEtod exceptionally fine. * “
-,-;>ia,v • * 7- ,— ,,—.
'Secretary-MeAdeo says: “Lot no one
who genuinely loves America add* wants
to serve fail to enlist in the great ;tnny
of War Savers during the period ending
,.,... .: ’■ —— -i- • ■ ,
Jim Byrne, who bought the Weight
■ » Buick that was in the smash iip a few , ..
, wpekS ago, has it m running order. .tfndv-1.-" *'*1 " r h"' ' 111 ltl‘l
is,now enjoying thu .trouhlos <>1 • nuinV-.;l,‘ S. r‘ ‘‘ j* ,ini " '*JinR 1,1
- ... j B.'c Hun in deadly combat at the
—« ------ ---------------j,, «. January
and July of each year to prepare a list
(giving age and street address) of all
persons in said Town ol Coyle subject
to road or street duty or who ' resides
therein and lile the same; in the office of
SectionH. All persons, corporations
and individuals arc hereby required upiiu
application of the City Clerk or such
other officer as lie may designate to fur-
nish to sqqh officer the number, names
and addresses of persons in hi?, her. its
or their employment who are subject to
ioad and street duty under the provis-
ions of this ordinance, and in the event
of wilful refusal, failure of neglect so to
do wit hin ten days alter such demand in
writing, shall lie guilty of a misdemeanor
and liable to the punishment prescribed
in section 7 of this chapter
Section 4. Any person in charge of
street work who shall issue and deliver
to arty person any receipt for payment,
of his poll tax or giving credit for xyori-
done on streets, highways, avenues and
alleys when such person to whom or for
whom such receipt is issued has not
actually paid said tax or worked or
caused work to lie done for the l ull tittle
that such receipt gives credit for at ilm
rate of eight hours for one day’s work,
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and on
conviction thereof lined not less than
$10.00 nor more than $25.00 tor every
such receipt so issued.
Section 5. The Mayor or such person
- - ------ as may be designated hy him shall noti-
Thcre will be services at the Christian |*V "‘“’h Person when ho is required to
hurch next Sunday ns follows- S S payment of his poll tax" or report
tor road or street duty, stating in such
notice the time and place for him to ,q
pear for work in event he shall elect to
perform work in lieu of payment of such
Church next Sunday as follows: S. S.
at 10: Gmirch Services at 11 o'clock; un-
furling ot the service.flag with appropi
ate address. Jubior Endeavor at 2:J0;
\ . P. S. C, K ifit preaching at f) p. nv
subjoct, “World Rule.”’ A cordial invi-
tation to y’ou to attend these services.
, , J ,Ji. Charmless.
When buying shoes don't overlook our
splendid^jne of Jlamilton-Hrown brand,
you will And in our stock what you are
looking for at a reasonable price.
M. K Fruin went, to Texas last Fri-
day ni^ht to visit hjs brother'• Dick ' he-
fory he goes over > the pond after the
Kaise(%ecaip.' M E. returned Tuesday
morning and reports having had a splen-
did visit with hiff brother.. He found
Hk> soldier boys in that caffip line and
r • *
The Miuijttrgl SatunLiv nigfft
was all that ,was Hhiipcd for it and tea
1 i' Id; pm/m i,i .
(trial iJoild-j has enrolled with the
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very good- -While they cracked some k^eene.’ Automobile and Tractor School
'........ K at Kansas City ami alter '
“stale” fokes, the best of them arc guilt;
of Bilk ofhUrib......
The first of the week wtis
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hoOesk wcathur 'Vjia'vcr sew m ^OklrjJtQ,
A, ' ma, H the fhoVffiottU'‘U,'r keeps going,
,ji •<'11 p it is hard jo tij! wllerr* u will get bj
J' Jtrty aftd-August.
ji 'V ~ - , , :C - V
^rnilhpsds taking hi# annual .va t
ft'#rom his wmrk at the Hpughton
business ajtpocts.to enter the Govern-
ment service. Orvsl coni i have received
-th'w-Srlfnolffigfrom the government as
they have something like three hundred
men at’that/Scimnl now, hut he felt that
he iva-Las'abJi’fo pay this expense as
I'nclo Saip.‘_ Thcjaiy hkus tlua kind of
work and ng doubt, will make good.
_________ __^ ........ P...C, Austin was in town Saturday
it store Cd ftp account. *nf nnd informed, the writer that hi' had
'ar times and busy Hexson thfe-ide^ks
1-gfit only one wajetrthis year.
just completed harvesting three hundred
nones of small gmtir two hundred acres
— ...:— J of .whwM’-Mfd Ann hundred Seres'of oat a.
J0ST RECUY.ED; A shipment of Mr Artlfirt'ctlr the entire acreage him.
Axmjru34«r wild Velvet If tigs. If Jn,’ self andtells n's* bc'’didA,t work any
need uf Bugs;liovr is the fimt^to buy.j n(ght.s''eitjicr , Fretty/ood for an old
Come in ipidsee m.. . (niaii. iig claim'/or .i young one uitb-
Ili jitliorn Furniture Co. ttr forfhai matter. ‘
K. & GIBSON.QPrHp
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Salt amA Fresh Meats. Fish and l unch Goods
cvery lTiUay and Saturday.
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tax, at least three days prior to the tune
designated for the payment of such tax
or the the performance, of such work.
Such notice shall lie in writing and shall
lie sent by mail or be delivered person-
ally to the person served or left at his
usual place of residence. A copy nl
such notice shall la; retained by the tier-
son isstting such notice, and his proof of
serving it in the manner herein designat-
ed may be admitted as presumptive evi-
dence of the giving of such notice in all
proceedings in the police court of -.aid
Town of Coyle.
Section fi. The street commisspnera
shall be authorized to designate when
and where each person shall perform his
labor within the eorpnrate limits of the
Town of Coyle, giving preference how-
ever, when it, may he practicable to do
so, to the ward or precinct in which such
Section 7 Any person liable to the
payment of a poll tax as herein provided
or to road or street duty in lieu thereof,
who shall tail, neglect or refuse to make.
payment ol said tax or appear tor work
after having been notified as provided
in section 5 of this article shall he deem-
ed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon
conviction shall he fined not levs than
($5.00) nor more than fifty dollars
($50.00) or hy confinement in the city
jail not less than five day nor more
than thirty days or hy both such fines
and imprisonment in the discretion of
the court: Imt ui'h prosecution shall
hot relieve the defendant from payment
at his poll tnx or performance of his road
or street duty.
Section 8. On application to the
Mayor and City council any fierson
liable to the payment ol a poll tax or the
performance of road or street duties in
■ ieu thereof, may he exempted Iherefmm
if it he shown that hy reason of pov. rty
he is unable to make payment of savl
tax and is unable to perform road or
street work by reason of bodily infirm-
ities; provided that. before any jierson
shall be excused under the provisions of
this section he shall be required to make
such proof as r he Mayor and city coun-
cil may require as to bis disqualification.
Section it That an emergency j,i here-
by declared to exist and thi, ordinance
shall he In full force and effect immedi-
ately from and after its passage arid ap-
Passed the 1 day of June IMS.
Approved th.*lH day ol .frtue HHR.
HID TEAL Mayor.
J. W. ECKMAN. Clerk.
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i I ’■
Ordinance No. 41
III IT ENACTED IU THE
AND CITY 1 HllNt il. tik THE
ThWN OF COYLE. LOGAN CGI N
I 1 .UKLAHOMA.
Sect mi I No dogs above the age of
threat myith: hall be permitted to re-
metallic fastener, the
mentioned in Section 2.
Sect inti 5. Every housi.holder or head
of a lamily permitting any unregistered
'log to remain on his or her premises,
and every owner of an unregistered tie,,
in the Town of Coyle, shall, upon con-
viction thereof, lie deemed guilty ol a
misdemeanor and puui .lied by a tine of
not loss than 5 dollars nor more than 25
dollars and be moreover ordered im-
mediately to cause such dog to be duly
registered and |be tax imposed by tills
article to be paid therefor.
Section ii. lit shall lie tho duty nl the
dog catcher to take up all dogs above]
the age of three (H) months found
in the limits of the Tow n without collars
around their neck marked as provided
hv the provisions ol tins artiele, and
authority is hereby rnntarred upon the
Mayor, at hia option, either to order all
sueh (jogs forthwith killed, a provided
ill this .article or impounded, Provided,
♦hat in the event lie shall have any such
dogs impounded, he shall gi ve due notice
o the taking up and impounding of ueh
dogs hy posting, notice thereof at. sonic
conspicuous place at the City flail; and,
in the event any such dog shall not he
claimed and redeemed, as provided
the next succeeding scot inns, within
three days from the date of posting such
notice, such dug shall he forthwith I died
as provided in this article.
Section 7. Whenever a dog is taken
up and confined in the pound, as poo j,|
ed in the preceding smion, a redempt-
ion tec of fifty cents lor each male dog
together with the annual tax o! three
dollars, and for each female dog a ri
(temption fee of one dollar tog, iher ■ ,th
tic annual tax ol five cfullat i, ahail Ik
collected and in addition rbefeto, a fee
Illilty cent hail he er.tlected to h<
retained by some suitable person to he
appointed by the Mayor, aJ his compen-
sation for taking up and keeping and
feeding the same. Whereupon, the
owner therool ahafl hav. thi right to re-
elaini ttie dog, unless I died removi I
and hurled. An^ dog which shall re-
main thre. days in t in ’pound without
pning claimed, nt afort aid, may he l.dl
ed I.;, the portion appointed a: afon ild
Pto\ ided, further, that in all ca c> vt 1m re
the owner of any dog within the Town
limits shall not n.ive paid iii(> tax as n,
this article provided the dog catcher or
the Mayor ma„ piqr demand for pay-
ment of the same, and if such tax d nt i t
not he paid within a period of three days
after such notice, u shall be Uc duty of
such dog catcher or the Mayor to InrUi-
with take possession ol saui dog and
cans,; the same to b. forthwith killed, as
provided in this artiele,- or impounded
for a period of three days for wlemp-
tiop, as sucii officer may elect. Provid-
ed. further that in all cases' in which' the
annual tax shall not, he paid on or before
August 1st. each year a penally of twen-
ty-tive cents (25j shall he added.
Section a. That the Mayor shall up
point hy and with the consent ol ih,-
Lit-.v ( ouneil somi- roliatile person \vh'»
shall lie known and designated as “Dog
Catcher.” The-dog catcher shall have
for his compensation for catchini arid
impounding each dog twenty-five cents.
For fcedi/ig each dog, per day ten ci nt
to he paid hy the owner. For killing
and carrying each dog beyond the m,y
.limits and burying the same, fifty vents
‘■ach. The Mayor shall issue tags to the
dog catcher, who is hereby authorized
to collect dog taxes and report tags and
turn over money collected once each
week to the city treasurer.
•'iction ft It ji shall appear that any
person claiming »a redeem a dog eon-
fined m the pound has registered ueh
dog and has put around tie- neck ol such
d«« a collar marked and stamped a< -
cording t.o the provisions of thin article,
buL that tin- collar has lieen accidinatlly
lost, it shall he the duty of (hy City
l lerk upon sueh person paying th.- said
clerk twonty-five cents to furnish the
owner there! another ol the metallic
plates mentioned in Section 2.
Section 10. It shall be the duty of
the dog catcher to kill every unregie
tered Inteh that may lie found running
at large in the town of Coyle, while m
heat., and to torlhwiih inqsiuud any
bitch in boat, which may have been reg-
istered and keep her impounded three
daVs. it die In.- not. sooner redeemed, she
ahull lie killed, as in the inannei pro-
vided in Section i. The redemption lee
lor each bitch shall he two dollars, which
shall ho paid for the use of the , city to
tie M ayor, who shafl issue an order up-
on tin to dm dog e richer jo release said
Seetiftn 11- Tlte year for t hr purpose
of this article shall lu-gin on tin tir t
•lay of July of each year
Section 13 l*ng/i amtlhy; at ■ hr- \ge
* nf three namlfis and dogs irought no.if.
lowii altei' i Ilf hr I .lav -O July ’.U I-U. I,
yunr dgdk he tn.hl. to la. ton tlu- i,
oil liri.v dog shall he in tin nor. intm to
Ihennnuut dog taxes that tin- Jiart of
- ... . .. Nothing in this article
-hall he hold to apply to th* dogs of
"“'7 ' 'in' r or '"her persnus who
may is- pasbiiig through ihe city. The
jow n shall p;u io some suit able’person
to IK' nppomi.'d In 'll;- Mayor and com
med bv thr C (tv Council, the San, of
fifty cents for the killing of every <b.g
I'"! r! TV:’1 ■ "n * t[‘e clt” limits and
min ii ot ttie earcu s thereof.
If. Th- faking by any person
,!‘R or collar belonging io an-
, * *s. hereby prohibited, and Upon
■ ”bvi< tern thereof, ij„, p,.,-,on 0ir,-nd
e-v shall he fined not leas than live .,|,,j
,J. nor mere than twenty-five dollars.
! V’ ' i.l’- Mayor is hereby om-
powered to is a., a proclamation rlquir-
■ 1 “ ■ n!! 'bng at large to bo mu>
'' h< 'Ha-, deem ri iiilv
■ir - the lilt., r. -t m lAililir safety,if and
' 1 'fini uch i r-icl imation is in
elhet th, M„ or ar ,-ity dog catcher
"all - III any dog l-umd running at. large
r ' nestle, whether licBifred
All,dogs rim,dug at large known
" ......... -hah'*., muzzled and the
■ • • -r tOT. I, dag rtiti la r finding ttuch
plog runmngsri I oJa withmit' being njliz-
■ *' '1 ball have the power t6 kill such
dog and t he fee t herefore shall In- g lift v
| 5 *
Sod ion 1H
}'’!:»(< 'I f<i hrrchv
i hat an emergency Is di‘-
y < x|m and this ordinance
full force and effect immldi-
‘ 1 -k 1,1,1 “b l idler its jutasage nud ap-
proval ■ _ ’ 1
I’a.sed this la day of lulu- UJlS.j'
Approved this IS day of June It If,8.
BOV I'EAL. Mayor.
J-V. ECKMAN, Clerk
It p;«ys t« txuy farm
Ptiuipmesst you can rpSy
Ot* Irho U/iliiams Line.
Power Hay Baicrs
■ (Vi - •
. , ' f pm t ii res.
* ’l ’ ■ ’ - " • >’ ni u<1 fKualiff
c““l ”1 • •»!I‘ firtl own FooFid i.-ct* «t yt
Tin- well known
t -/.»Lj. «| VV/ttn.^rr*
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f fwi ii res. i
One-Hor^n Hay Pr«$s
ThA Willi.i.u* iV-Tvess, narnpJp.flhirrty.
* v.’.ih -u.x,-t. |. .yet .iit.l sJnniKlh.
I I •' -0.1 ||..I lol 1,1 ,)i
lai.i. i Wrn< iii’tA-' AoLI. r, nu.lLdon ievucst.
WULnms throttling pt»r4*mi*<l Fntripes arc rsp«-
ci.fU» (k'&yiiPt.K'uuibuiittu d.^w4r tuM iwiwci on
c—" u *<> w - jpj ice k <*I o-
- --4i4,A'4.u\i • t nc. A M si o', mid
jfifl _ * vi^ph IhniNv.nivif'
k iv liu’ -4iai; *c
'r J t' t-»ry Jiirvitv- Full
t rv** on rcuui * t.
Small Threshers for Grain, PeanHta,
VCtce. iPe.iisb, Iicmr.u, mic.
- aro a .s«U* imi
S' i < UtalRc invrsJ -
krN5J»| ™ ccHiiitry over. Ir.t«.*r
eating ciTcularv. on nyiu 4.
Williams Mill Wg. eo. Cl
*■ St. Texarkana. U.( A.
Hmmt IW|m. Hay friwi,
C4M Mi kar# Lm HAs. Sknh Mi. S>imSi.
€«§» SkrlWtA, CwHrn, Ktrmtat itjwn,
h* §utti'ih, frtA Ctttrrs, Cun SianUrtv, Wood
ttmus. ^wwhreivjBn btaiuiNiii imd HM tdyfLrt.
RftBTJLWAflE, I. D.
• ' ills nnKwored promptly day
ot night. Office across street
from « dipper ollice.
Phone, Residence TO, (flltce <ih
COL. MGVtCKER & SON
Will cry sales on fhurt, notice and nt
reasonatiu. rates. Mer handisc and nml
'•state sales solicited. Have suited others
can suit you. Call at our ex fib use.
Telephone 73. Waukomis, Ok la.
Dr. (i. S. Stiles
Physician and Surgeon
8; ice ml attention to obstetrics. Office
hui’k of IVopk'K Stau* i»ank in t ho room <
formerly occupkni hy Dr. 15 wt..
!. N. GRAHAM
(Successor to E’ II. JHiel.m)
Transfer and Storage
A. E. and A. JO
• trul.11 t 'ultimo
tliomi ul fin Cim.lriop
Dodge Mo. lol .tie ' Ill'Ll ,m (fw;
flrsi and third Mond iy night
:r.......—......•••'■' •••■ e'“l got c;irh month .it ,tlie**h'.|.delon
the year lur which Hiieh laxJahalL lx paid I,, 1 0,1
[shall hear to the whulc year: pruvidi-d. .
dial for no period Aowbver hurt, siiafflj' W
the tax lx- hi:; than Ii ill the voarlv rate i ..
I tier i . -ii yy ^
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Iwkman, You L. \finntch,
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