Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 21, 1920 Page: 1 of 4
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Vol. 20, No 21
Single Comb Brown
Some good ones. Fine lookers. Big lus=
ty April hatched birds
ka 1 am going to. quit the farm and
mv. to town. I will sell at public auc-
ion at my farm miles east and 1 mile
jutb of Coyle ^north side of river) on
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27th, 1920
Beg'.nning at 10 o’clock.
4 Head of Horses-2 sorrel mares 8
£.* ryears°lodldWwt9<J°i060;h 1 brown reasonable And every^ number
□ are 6 yrs. old, wt. 1100.
18 Head of Cattle-1 Red Pole cow 7
rrs. old, been fresh 2 weeks; 1 Whiteface
:ow 7 yrs. old, fresh Nov. 26; 1 black
The First Number
The first number of the season s ly*
ceum course will be The Fine Arts
Quartet Thursday nigh.*, Nov 4. Sea-
son tickets will be on sal*' in a few days
at $2 for adults and $1 ft* sch°o1 child'
ren. We believe that tb.we is less “hot
air” and more ser vice in this course than
any we have ho d in a long time and all
should secure 'season tickets ,\nd attend
every number.. The prices tVe ver>’
reasonable And every number i* high
class entfji taming and instructive
To The Voters
The all day meeting at the Brethren
shurch Sunday was well attended and
| the three addresses of the day were
I greatly appreciated ami enjojed by a
! There will be services every evening
this week except Saturday when the
communion services will be held at 41*
Sunday morning sermon will be on
“Mother, Home and Heaven.' F,very
mother is invited to be there.
I Joseph and Ethel Carrier spent Satur-
day and Sunday at home and attended
! Bessie Shoemaker also was home vis-
iting and attending the meetings.
' Mr. and Mrs. Menno Shoemaker and
children are visiting in the neighborhood.
Mr. cuid Mrs. Willis Longan of Coyle,
visited Mrs. Longan’s mother at t lari,
We were sorry to hear of the death of
Grandpa Thomas. The sympathy oi
all goes net to his loved ones.
We are having some rain and although
it stopped cotton picking it is a big help
to the wheat.
We have .plenty of cotton sacking and
duck. Better get ready for cotton pick-
ing will soon be here. Stockton s
URISDAY, 6cT. 21, 1920 _____ __“
* 7 lb. Cane Sugar for SI-00 |
Diamond “K” Flour, the old reliable ^
brand, the sack
,o Bars Bub White Soap for
,o Bars kirks Flake White Soap for
io Bars Crystal hite Soap for
12 Bars Lenox Soap for
■ a Kflr<
IO Bars to a customer
3.25 value King brand overalls for
3.oo value Vitts brand overalls tor
2.50 value overalls for
Jackets to match these overalls
v7 yre"old, fresh Nov. 26; 1 black Tlte a:fi-ce of County Superintendent
ity eow 6 yrs. old, fresh Nov. 22: 1 is c.nncedeii by the majority ol pnople to
rnaey eow 6 yrs. old, been fresh £ be non-political. When political affll-
«ki; 1 yellow Jersey cow 8 yrs- old, iations a*o not fitness is coniiderec. in
,ah soon; 1 Red Durham heifer 2 yrs. any pub ic office the people lose. n
J, fresh Feb. 10; 1 Whiteface heifer 1 efficient piublic school system will on y
. old, fresh May 20; 2 red heifersfr<ah be possible when merit alone isconsider-
June; 1 red steer 1 yr. old, fat; 1 ed in sele cting the head of this, system,
olstein bull 2 yrs. old, out of a 10 gal. I was e dueated in the rural and bitf
day cow which was sold by Ralph schools 0 1 Kansas, the University of o«-
svitt and shipped to Texas; 1 Red lahoma, the University of Cb icago, an
urham cow, 6 yrs. old; 1 Pole cow 5 the Uni versify of Wisconsin, withspeci-
rs. old; 1 Pole bull calf, a good one; 4 gl work . io administration uq der the be't ^ ^ ^ ________
juug calves. iducat ors, | , cioad s#«m t° bi (W«r, tte ‘ r J
75 Head of Hogs—10 head brood sow! I am asking for fe-etectioji upon the Mturated with water vapo , ^ ^
lowing pig, 15 bred gilts, 16 fat hogs Haim?., of competency and si -rvice. Any tog3 which are mtrt w^ #
t. 200 to 300 lbs., 20 head shoats wt. offic et can give better servit-e affer t &!\hore. U fflrther, the airplane
25lbs., 15 head of pigs, 1 Poland ye:tf’j experience in the airs of the 0- fev* *‘un ,nt0 cle6r jir, but Into
hina boar 2 yrs. old, wt. 600, a good ficr,. If you think I have met the re- pasts clarity and brightness
n. g uirements of this office, 1 ask your sup- alr^w ^ Me(jlterranean ,kles and not
'■nplements, Etc.—2 2-horse corn port on November 2. au to be compared with the sky a
.....tivators. 1 rwitne CORA E. FARRELL. ‘‘a* ,,'el-Edwhrd P. Warren In th.
Ohio State Journal
The full majesty of the aerial pet- |
.pecUve van only be realized when one \
v» above the clouds an# the earth te
.ttut oft from view. In flying ou an:
overcast day, when heavy hank, at
cumulous clouds lie at 3,000 feet, It
possible te experience within a 1mlnu«
or two every degree of fog and »un
thine When one Is pa»*m* 'nt0
'loud, the lower surfaces of which
.re almost perfectly flat, *er* 18 “
Instantaneous transition trom .badow
te complete atmespherlc opacity, slm-
Uar m appearance te a dsns* fog a
me pound, but differing *>mewhat
from^t in feeling, for the lnterlet of
a cloud seems to*
nipicmcui., - 2-horse corn
.nters, 3 walking cultivators, 1 riding
tivator, 1 14-in. and 1 16-in. Deer e
rring plows, 1 buggy, 1 100 bu. sV_.el
;. 1 water tank, 2 sets work barr
vindmill tower, 1 sint le harness,
w, 10 stacks loose hay 11 to 3
ick, 100 bales crib grass ar/j
r DRY GOODS |
I . 27 in. Uingham that has been selling at J»c for 25c +
f. Toil Du Non! Ginghams sue values ior - 1"- J
| Red kose ami Amcskeg ginghams. all_S« ^aJes’(,£ |
| Shoes. Caps, Sweaters. Blankets, Un- |
* derwear and Notions are priced on the
t market value. Coa.e la sad .oak «
f oui’ line over. *
t STOCKTON’S |
IMPRESSED BY SHAKES FIST j
t *amuel Themaa died at the home u,
his. non north ol town Sunday mgntalter
-----—----- - . ._ uinyss of several wti as. The re-
k, 100 bales cr ib grass ar,d alfalfa u <a,ns wtre shipped Monday evening to
, 1 lumber building, some, good i s-d ,waLfr, Mo., for ints rment.
ber and other things t,fl0 rumerous t j.-neased has lived in this locality
fo r a*nun.be* o. years and had a
v ide circle of triends. The sympathy
i jf the communit y is extended the iam-
Free Lunch at Noon
erybody eats outdoors, bring
rerms of Sxle; A credit of 12 months
Be will bq given on all sums over $10 j. v>. runs m™ » -----------
rchaser giving note With approve d about 12 o'clock last night alter
:urity bearing ten per cent interf at weeks sickness, n- n of the tli
>m date of sale. 5 per cent d’^cci int
r cash on time sales. All go 0d8 nv. ust _________
settled for before being m moved- Smith at the Christian
W. F. RT'jSH, Owner
J. W. King died a thU henro
.. ..U, - f i
weeks sickness. Mor H of the time dur- Hnnu.Uy. A few yeisrs ago
ing his illness his suflu ring wai. intense. ^/supply of redwood was th«®ten«d;
Funeral services were . tondueec by Rev- Qnce more the department rfagrl ^
Smith at the Christian church this a - ture ol(jed. It , ___
SH Owner ternoor. at 2:30 and the remains
ohnson Auc V 't h- Atu laid to rest in the Coyle cemetery,
ohnson, Auc. > a. E Fruin, Ok - house3 closed durmg the fun-,
eral and and ail joiiied in pt
to an old neighbor and g ood friend.
The deep sympathy oi the-community
goes out tg the family in theii' hour o
sorrow. A more extended obi tuary will
be given next week.
^ ,hl mlrket for Christmas trade,
“^ laarkrtTng experts of the United
Stat f department of agriculture.
SLV* the department devised a met e
I? of packing the grapes in redwood
od P‘ , veneered drums, and of
handling the product
ztrs* --thftn 000 car,o*<i'
dustry b v a rears ago
1 * Stamps
Coylv1 Gar, age
C. L. MlNNICH, Prop.
Authorised Sales and Servi Ct Statlo* us-
ing genuifie Ford paXts.
Work Tjuaraoteed at Ford System
[ Poland C Jhinas
urch this at- lded it experimenieu
u,ed The supply of spruce U pi.o
n«ects Dirty Work of Huns.
A^the start of the reconstruction
work in the devastated ^oaljeg.^
f °chtLbyS,seFveBrardlsosters that the
We have sorpe j ;ood p ure bred I armers
Boars priced righ t. A Iso some Bree ers
Boars, closely reh ited to • the- highest priced
u-----SAu/a.^ ,, So, ne choice gilts. VVIU
boa rs of the breed
tra'de Farmers B
milk cows that a
stock hogs, or
Q. CARR & SONS,
Pleasant Valley, Okla.
,1V in order that the diver*
Sed with preliminary inspection*
^ " ook befora they leap,” the gov
“*7 rT^rectntly purchased from Enf-
ernuioft ‘ ' * al>pBratu» for sub-
land an j»tere»tin, ve a d0WB
“1, MCA »1 }
pirot Medal t
the American V try awarded
Washington ^ ^ ,,Dg madal by th.
T TphllateU wclety of London. .
Royal Phbated Mr Pack tot ,
The medal was gt » balf.iength por-
research work “orla an(J lor hls
trait stamps philatelic Inves-
leadershlp in »e *nt tl P“ xha
^ ,tgatlon aad ori^na^ d hed ^ l#Mi
41.... »«m ‘
XI jQav. HlmwH Away
♦ porduS-Mt **>?**'■ ar“ T#U
♦ 'lore with nfi sl»WT what
♦' ^UDg SS ?o7
Jou act so funny. |
^ cross on
Old'suQM in .
A hnndred ye&re a^’ N,w
, Xork 'andYhUadelphta
, tr«» I® j* ^ __ ,
Gesture Marks the Fighter and Wlme
the Plaudits of Audlenoee, Ac-
cording to Thii Writer.
Learn to shake your list when mak-
log a speech iu public.
It has been said of the American
people that they like a man who is a
fighter. An elemental symbol of tight
ts a well-shaken fist. Has the candi-
date definite views? Has lie policies?
Has he constructive Ideas? No mat-
ter. He shakes hls fist. He is a fight-
er. Cheer him.
The shaken fist Is an emblem of de-
structive criticism. It is a threat to
destroy something. Is destructive crit-
icism a good kind? No; telling how
to make a thing rlglk Is much better
than merely saying It Is wrong. Hut
It Is a tougher job, much tougher. And
It affords little opportunity for effec-
tive gesture. The mob will not ask
you for a constructive program If only,
In a big, virile, outdoor way, you con-
vey the Impression that you are there
to" knock something down, and knock
It hard. You are a fighter; u fighter
of “the people’s battles.” I ts proved
by fhe fact that you are shaking your
8 The greatest of our great men might
have been greater. For example, take
Lincoln. He had a splendid fist, tin.
result of hard, manuul labor in his
youth. Had he chosen to shake It and
been photographed, even without torn
vies lie would have come down to l*
of this d# as a man of * the virile
tvpe” rather than as the patient man
of sorrows. He missed many chance*
"With malice toward none, with char-
ity for aU"—how much more effective
might that have been, for Instance,
had a gnarled and sinewy flat elo-
quently punctuated It I As It wa ,
, many good people didn’t even applaud
1 him They thought him wavering.
I And weak And wagged their heads
saylu# there wasn't enough of the
fluhter” In Lincoln. .
Learn the lessons of history. Shake
your flat.-Arthur H. Folwell in Lea-
. .THE AMERICAN RED CROSS,
ife- IN PEACE TIME &
'jY[^ Eastern Europe’
Americans who contrlbuta t. ffie Red ao^. ^“'^^/“Vousand.
f.r their generosity If they could see what It m Roumaolan mother
.' war weary suffer.r. lu ^. Balkans Her. Is a ^ ^ station. All ar.
“l 88. sar^sKJSA £~ —
from biioiv. _
m waht by tlie enemy with the
7* HIS OFFICE
© i, the place to have
your printing done, to
matter what kind it may be.
: Want tour Live Slock *
S We can handle your live stock and pay
S the top market at any and all times. It
# you have anything in this line to sell ge
j g: our prices before selling.
* We have a complete line of free!-
• salt meats and lunch *oods on hand at all
J times, kept in the most approved and
» ,ary manner. You will find our meats of
5 high duality, fresh and wholesome. U.ve ^
« us a trial--that's the way we secure our -
a regular customers.
| Gibson Bros, j
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Wandell, Clarence F. Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 21, 1920, newspaper, October 21, 1920; Coyle, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc911192/m1/1/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.