Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 13, 1922 Page: 2 of 4
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TRY THE DRUG STORE FIRST
Vote— Addie C. Pickard for
Court Clerk, Guthrie Township
Republican ticket’ —Adv.
Mrs. E. A. Ferguson came in
Monday evening from Oklahoma
City for a short visit with the
editor and family. From here
she went to spend the rest of her
vacation with her mother south
Change your, old
Ring into a New
Plain modern shape
Tanlac is unquestionably the °
most widely talked of medecine . ^I°^ern ^hape carved 6.50
in the world today and those who p Covered with 18K white
once use it invariably buy it over
and over again and tell their c
frienrs of the splendid results
they have derived from its use. g
H. Gephart Drug Co.
gold ------------- 5.50
Covered with white gold
and carved-------- 9.65
Covered with platinum 14.50
I hereby make announcement
that I will be a candidate* f&r
nomination for sheriff of Payne
county, subject to the decission
of the republican voters at the
O. R. LILLEY
I hereby announce as a candi-
date for sheriff of Logan county
on the Republican ticket, pri-
^ imries Aug. 1st.
For County Attorney
I hereby announce as a candi-
Congressman Swank and E. L. I o
Fulton, democratic candidate for 1
Justice of the Supreme Court
were here last evening and made o
. talks to our people. Both men 1 o
Covered with platinum
and carved___„____ 19.00
g date for the office of County At-
? torney of Logan County on
When the day’s duties or pleasures drive away
sleep and bring worry and care to your bed-
side, take «
Dr. Mi les'Nervine
are good speakers and their talks c
were enjoyed by all -who heard -
Very few of our patrons took
109 W. Okia. Phone 657.
Republican ticket, subject to pri-
maries, August 1, 1922. Your
§ suffrage will be appreciated
GEO. W. PARTRIDGE
To the voters of Logan County
Vote Aug. 1, For
You’ll sleep all night and wake up in the morn-
ing clear headed and fit for whatever the day
may bring. *
You’ll find this medicine helpful in every form
of nervous dis-order.
H. Gephart Drug Co.
advantage of the Trades Day
Special on the Clipper. The fol-j---
lowing are the ones who know a j
bargain when they see it: F.
Burke, A. F. Hoff itott, Ed Lee,
J. A. Fridenberg, B. O. Boyer,
Dick Goble, Leonard Parks, and
D. Meeker, of Mulhall.
g I am a candidate for nomination
g to the office of County Assessor
fifnr the second term. 1 will
M \|LM\ VVI.LLY CLIPPER,
WANlil 1 1 & SON, Publishers.
Csloblis)I'd 1000 l‘ub 'r Iwii Furry Than.any
niurr i P'istofhcr ill Co vie Oklahoma
The Ladies Aid of the two
churches served refreshments on
the corner by the First Nationa1
Bank Monday. The M. E. Aid
served sandwitches, pie and eof-
j fee*, a Ad the Christian Aid served
ooooooooooooooooooooooooooIf°r seconcl term. 1 will ap-
preciate your vote and influence.
W. M. Humphrey,
T. W. Boggers, of Crescent,
democratic candidate for sheriff, For County Clerk
and Claude Mize, the old demo-^ I desire to announce my candi-
jdacy as County Clerk on the
Subscription I 5
Set oml l. /ass b1
rt • - s \;
N t \ i s
FOR SALE: Big red cow giv-
i ne four gallons milk a day.
ice cream, sherbert and cake.
Both cleared a nice sum for their
A. Bobbin was herefrom Mar-
Tanlai) is I he people’s mi define
and the people themselves have
■made it what it is.
(I. (lephart Drug Co.
■se da vs.
V. E. Rice and little grund-
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rhoads
returned this morning from Wicli
ith, Kansas, where they bought
them a nice home and will soon
move to that city t.o make their
home. It seems like pulling out
one of the corner stones of the
lown to have these good peoph
leave Coyle, but the besl wishes
of their many friends will follow
them to tneir new home.
Misses Anabel and Verda
oil left Iasi evetiing for a
n Tex is. •
< ’n o I.( wi:. i a n.e i n from Slud-
er for a few days visii with
Col. Shank was among the del-
ft ughter, Freda Rice, of Kansas egates of candidates here Mon
* !iJl ■lMl',<l l; '1 wed: 'com day and made this office a pleas*
uisa for a visit wit h relali es ant call The Col. is a line ap-
ainl Inends. j pearing fellow and his wide ac-
Vote Addie C. Pickard f()r •«U!*int“nce over the county
Court Clerk, Guthrie Township ,im !)ne ,,f the st>-ongcan-
Republicun ticket. Adv ’. uidate for the republican nomi-
_____ I nation this year. We are of the
7oyle toll -
Gleo Lewis came in from Shid
er last evening for a
/ith Coyle Toll-:
Monday was candidate day in opinion that the people of Logan
Coyle, most of the county candi- ''oiinty could do much worse
dales being hereto attend our than t.o elect Mr. Shanks to this
lew days, Trades Day and Chautaupua office.
* opening. ,
... j . .. , i Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Reed i.
, " 'n.iIii I and \enla Hm-i A slight eiror was made in the turned the last of the week from
on let I last evening for a vet .in j hirst National Bank ad last week, the south east part of the sta
I his error is corrected in this where they* went to spend the
i sue, and the - tatement will Fourth with their son, Roy, and
total correctly now. family. They went up on the
I Kiamachi mountains and spent
'< JI" 1 ' ' ’• knight the day fishing. Theyhadfried
Al Shehan and family were here
le first of the wee I visiting rel-
Jas. Byrne came in fromShidler
ssferday for a few day vi .it
ith tiie family.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. Carl Lawrence
fere w ek -end guests at t he \\ .
. Knight home.
Chas, and G. C. McLure an
pec ted home tomorrow from
eir visit lo Kansas,
",J,"lMla ' "J0UI’K li,e ‘.m-jfish for supper and made a /me
Madeline, Virgina and ( her ler
son are-heie from Guthrie
ests at the Fruin home.
The Farmers Union will have
)ie supper at the Goble school
Use Tuesday night. July lh.
■Yank Bond and Miss Lillie
inson were out from Guthrie
to a i tend the
mdj!' L,',rilr Sfri"r'S’ Aik“'^tch, the largest weighing 46
am) think that Ozark country a pounds. Grandma Reed says
! t hat this is not as large as the one
of White City, Kansas mother but k is easier to make the dear
and sister of Earl Simonton at j believe.
tin-depot, and Miss Adams, of • • ---T---
Topeka, are here visiting. i HOW'S THIS?
HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE
Mrs. Simonton and daughter, ! Mr. Fruin caught (?)in Michigan,
\ ote Addie C. Pickard for w'd do what we claim for it—
< nul l < ’lerk, Outline Tovtimhin Sur*‘ Catarrh or Deafness caused by
< atarrli. V t do not claim to cure
Republican ticket. Adv ,,
any other disease.
I’’. S. Bobbitt ,s now nicelv , .,LAVb’^rA;i;ARmi MEDICINE
located in ‘ 18 a 11C1U1(1» taken internally, and
M iii'ii , i looms over the acts through .the blood upon the
* impny Hardware and is ready mucous surfaces of the system, thus
to relieve your pains. He wiil reducing the inflammation and*re-
move his family here as soon as Coring normal conditions,
a residence is available Druggists. Circulars free.
I*. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Oiiia
ol the county, were here Mon-, RepUb|jcan ticket, subject to the
day looking over Mr. Boggess : August primaries. This is my!
political Jences. Mr. Boggess is | appearance before the voters
a mighty fine appearing man and , Qj- L0gan County and J would ap-|
:.s the warm support of some ol j precjate yQur support,
iife best citizens in the county. | g pj Adams
He expects to make an active!
campaign for sheriff’s office in, For County Sheriff
November and the republicans- The Clipper is authorized to
had better nominate a strong j announce the name, T. W. Bog-
cam lidate it they do not wish to gers, of Crescent, for sherrifl of
loan this office at the coming Logan county. Subject to the
election. Democratic vote at the primary
Stop That Itching
i. There i-i a lot of skin trouble ip Coyle I
tund surrounding territory this spring.
V/o will sell you a'jar of Blue Star I
Remedy on a guarantee for Itch, Ec-
zema, Ringworm, Tetter, or cracked
huidt, Old Srres or Sores on Children,
Will not stein clothing and has a pleas-
H. GEPHART DRUG STORE
Report of The Co ulition of
1 C;marron Valley Bank,
al tiyle, in i lu Stale at
ol- » of hURtueH*
II. S. STONE
(Former Candidate For
Now Candidate For -
U. $. CONGRESS
One Law For
Rich and Poor Alike
of the Prohibition Laws
to the Farmers to Aid
in all Farm Products
and Passenger Rates
at all times
I ask your valuable sup-
port on August 1st
June 30, ii)22
1 LOOK OUT
1H»0 YOU know of anyone
who is old enot ;,h to
Mead, who has not seen H .1
sign /it a railroad crossing?
"If cvcr>^pne has seen it at sum*
time c.’other. *hen why doesn’t
the rail'xocu let the s;, •. n t
away? Why dues the n». c
company continue t» ■ p
those signs eveV)’ crLss.i.g I
Tfe'aybe you thli Mr. Merchant,
“Must everyttdy knows n y
atoie, Idoij't het’a to advcitiae."
Yotir store and yottf d.j 1 red
more advertising ttikn tt.c r«ii-
towds need do to vt’lhi peopU
to “Look Out for t\«? Larr.“
Nothing j« ever complete d in the
The Department Store* aV s
very good example— they vs
they are continually doing a
lie f-ourcc h
l.o ns and 1)1 soonnts
Ov rdrafts, secured and un*eeurp<l
Se< uriiles wl*h Himkint; Hoard
Hi eks. Bonds. Warrants, ole.
Ha kint; House
Fu nlture and Fix Lines
I/i from Hanks
CF cks and other cash Items
Cxchanires for ClennlnK House
Ci Ii In Hank *■
2.197 I ’
15.fi Id 89
IV iiul block paid in
l m.lvlded profits, less expenses and
'1 axes paid 5,518.93
individual DepositsHttbject to Check 85,290.11
Time Certificates of Deposit I5.6&7.07
Cashier’s 1 hecks Outstandina 051 00
Notes un i Hills Rediscounted 10,000.00
0 Total, 1132,147.11
STATE Of OKLAHOMA, )
County of IvOgurv, i *
1, K. E. Car ter, Prlsrdeut, of the above
named Hank do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true fo the best of my
knowledge arid belief, so help me (Jwd.
E E Carter, President
bubsenoed and sworn fu before me this b
day of ,july IW2L
i VV. Eckiuau, Notary Public.
>iy C immisston Expires Apr 15, 1924
Correct Attest’ E. F,Carter, G K.
Chapman, lennle McClure, Director*
•on* *b« coutfh and ha«k«i 1 ana*
If it pay* to run a few ads 'round
about 'Christmas time, it cer*
tainly will, pay you to run ad*
rertisemem* about all the tizn^
It's just business, that’s all. to
>Irs. Fred Hatris and Jeneva
arned to lucllvr TucsdaylS
rning after a . ou|/D of wci 1 ■:• o
t with old friend heie. '
ou can have a splendid appe-
, perfect digestion,and sound,
ful sleep by taking Tanlac.
H. Gephart Drug Co. -
St IH and repairs harness. Also give tick.
vts with each dollar purchases.
Something new all the time
I wisn rblannoi nice my candi-
dacy for County Superintendent
of Public Instruction of Payne
County, subject t o the action ol
the voters at the Republican
. EMMA A. BASSLER.
Kansas City Weekly live
Monday’s market compared with a
week ago. Cattle 50e lower. Hogs
25c lower. Sheep 1.00 lower.
Prospects, steady market balance of
ukci kt or: thk condition ok
The First State
«t Pleas ml Valiev, In the stale "f Oklahoma
at the close of business •
June 30, 1
Loan * and Discounts
S57,US1 HI |
Overd'fta, secured l unsecured.
Seen Itleswllh Hanking Hoard
^UU.o « 1
St(K- h. Bonds,: Warrants, etc.,
Han king House
Furniture and Fix lures
Other Heal. Estate Owned .......
...... 1,303.41 j
Due from Hanks
Cheeks an d Other Gash Items
Hills of Exchange
Cash In Hank
Good to choice fed
Fair to good “
Common to fair '
Good to choice
$6.75 to $7.50
Fair to good
« 00 to
Common to Fair
Good to choice
Common to good
Common to fair
Stock cows and heilers
' 5 00 to
4 50 to
Good to choice
$5.50 to $6.25
Fair to good
Good to choice
$6.00 to $7.00
Fair to good
5.50 to 6.00
Common to fair
CALVES ii YEARLINGS:
$8.25 to $9.35
Veals, fair to good
Veals, common to fair
*.*1.50 to 4.50
F. B. LaBelle, Prop.
The Clipper is authorized to
announce the name of Olney
T^orney as candidate for county
cotnr/issioner 3rd district Payne
countv. subject to the democratic
primal ies Aug. 1st. •
‘stuck Foul iU .«.
Dudlvidfd Ftottt*. L.e«9 Expenses and i _
Taxes Fald > 98 Pigs
Reserve for Taxes
Individual Deposits Subject to C’k
Time Certificates of Deposit
Notes nbu Bills Rediscounted .
• 1C 279,76
StAte of Oklahoma ) mm
bornty of Locmn 1 ■
1, Win. a Harris, Ffesldent of the
above Lamed Bank, do solemnly swear that
the abovA statement Is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief, so help pie God.
Wlb A Harris, President
Correct Attest. Wm. A Harris, L 6
Freeman. Roy Harris. Directors.
$10.16 to 10.46
10,00 to 10.20
9.75 to 9.00
9.50 to 10,25
!■ 7* i Lambs, shorn
$11.00 to 11.25
13.00 to 13.50
10.00 to 11.90
6.50 to 7.00
6.00 to 6.50
LEE LIVE STOCK COM. CO.
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Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 13, 1922, newspaper, July 13, 1922; Coyle, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc911248/m1/2/?q=%22sluder%22: accessed June 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.