Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 24, 1912 Page: 2 of 4
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HAD HEARD OF THE BANDITS
jCreat IngUsh Actress Thus Explained
Why 8ht Had Put Her Money
lno Her Trunk.
Some person may And it hard to be-
lieve this story,*but it la true, every
word of It. 0
When Irving and Terry, the cele-
brated English artists, came to Kansas
City In the spring of 1900 It was their
first tour this far west. From Kansas
City the company went to 8t. Joseph
and the trip was begun about 10
o'clock In the morning Miss Terry
was standing near her train at the
Union depot, talking to Laurence Irv-
ing, a son of Sir Henry. Presently
Miss Irving's maid approached and
whispered to the actress that the
needed $5 to pay for some drayage
and other Incidentals.
"I haven't that much," said the ac-
tress. "Laurence, lend me |B."
The younger Irving Immediately re-
sponded, but out of curiosity asked
jthe actress what she had done with
"In my trunk,” said Ellen Terry.
“In your trunk!” ejaculated Mr.
Irving "Why In your trunk?"
"Train robbers!" said the actress.
“Don't you know that Missouri Is
noted for Us train robbers?"
And It was no Jest. As a matter oi
cold fact, nbout all that any member
of the Irving and Terry company had
ever lieard about Kansas City was
the town's Intimate relations with the
James boys.—Kansas City Star
:,tore acr is* tin street in tho Bracken
- better ureuared to cater t j tiie wants
,,,J .(e on :- v. cl!. Gums'll and see
■ -.vi'l carr. » comolote 1- ie cf every- i
o I’honoertpiis. Talking Machines and j
d visit with u« M •ire our s- ore y< ur |
tt in Coyb' * |
WFU L CO*
sr.'rr . ;'2' *
A WORD TO THE TAXPAYERS ON THE
. CAPITAL QUESTION
*v«ry t^wpa^cr to vot* on th* Capital quottion, *nd
Oklahoma <Hty HAS CARRIED OUT HER CONTRACT wHh
at OONblTiON#, ev#r ’uMbfisfi tht had no control, WOULD
with GOVERNOR CRUQR |ioo,ooo,oo, IN CASH, and daoda to
[FTY ACRES OF LaRD, to be Jalivered to the State, with
ily be no controversy at to tht value of the rnonty itaelT sinoji it
ee Oklahoma banks as good and lawful money oi the Umtod
Hover would Have happens! haJ
The old rouf In? 9U Wcnly fprtirg a
p ,i ■ - .,»■■■
Nail* and cement for laying free.
ARKANSAS LUMBER CO.
GREAT CROP IN DOUGHNUTS
Supply of Kanaaa Wheat Made Into
That Delicacy Would Satisfy
World f©#r Many Years.
Thu fsk« map, ciroulaUd by Ovthrio thp*ui[hout tkf
INACCURATE, and 18 A PRAU0 UPON IT* RACE
negro polt pffice, witijln the donated larvda, ft*toed 8ml
and NEVER DID exist in Oklahoma County. Other in
equally glaring, and show a studied effort to mislead and <!
ALL RAILROADS, INTERURBAN AND 8TREET CL
LEVARD8, and th* city boundary Itftee
No citlzan of the State has ever examined the lafida,
would bring MORE THAN A MILLION DOLLARS,
CONSTRUCTION of the Capitol was assured
As to the titles, no objection was ever mad'
A Kansas miller has figured that If
the "present Kansas wheat crop were
baked Into loaves of bread, each eight
Inches long, there would be 6,400,000
000 loaves. If these loaves were laid
In a line end to end they would
stretch out a distance of 833,833
miles; three times the distance from
the earth to the moon, with 113,000
miles to spare. Laid In tine on
the earth's surface they would girdle
the globe 83 times and have enough
left over to lay two lines from New
York to San Francisco. Baked Into
ordinary griddle cakes they would
make a stack 900,000 miles high, and
If a man should undertake to get
away with the stack, eating a griddle
cake every 15 minutes for 16 hours
ever}' day, he would have to live
live something over 26,000 years to
finish the meal. As the flour neces-
sary to make a loaf of bread* will
make ten fat doughnuts, If the Kansas
wheat crop were worked Into flour
and baked Into doughnuts, there
would be 64,000,000,000 doughnuts.
That would be 43 doughnuts for each
man, woman and child at present liv-
ing on the globe.
Choice Oklahoma Parms to sell on easy terms
Insurance of all kinds written ir standard Co’s
Real Estate, Loans all
to any of the lands, except the
______BEEN SETTLED BY THE U. S.
"Thd other objections were purely technical, and
I owest ainl best terms on farm loans,
exchange bureau in connection. See
you have anything to trade.
•* *“ * 1 *7 * • * **■ " • * •*** aw a#, ill# vv . usp 44iv 4 V w AM A 1 . m /» U 4 i A V/ A w * • o,i#
oo from Oklahoma City, ahd SADDLE thia ENORMOUS EXPENSE upon the State
—JUST TO PLEASE GUTHRIE
The expense to which OUTHRIK ha» ALREADY PUT THE STATE, in
FORCING thia ELECTION upon the PEOPLE WOULD PAY SEVERAL YEARS'
IS OH PROPOSITION FAIR TO THE TAXPAYERS?
If you WANT to KEEP the CAPITAL at OKLAHOMA CITY. VOTE "NO"
on the prtfpofled constitutional amendment.
CITIZENS' CAPITAL CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE,
* Oklahoma City.
Gitu Meal Market
i e b
Electricity In Arabia.
New light on Arabia is being shown
by the Installation of a modern elec-
trlo plant In the palace of the sultan
at Oman. This Is the first Instance
of the operation of electricity of any
sort In that country. The Innovation
was brought about by an electrical,
promoter from Hyderabad, India. He
also bas obtained permission to oper-
ate a commercial lighting and power
plant, and will proceed to erect the
buildings at once. One set of ma-
chines will be run at night and the
other In the day, principally for the
purpose of propelling fans. Eleotrlc
fans are welcome In Arabia Fans are
badly needed, for the old methods of
"punkah-pulling” had been compli-
cated by the difficulty In obtaining
energetic pullers. Power will be fur-
nished by oil engines, and direct -cur-
rent will be used. All equipment
probably will be of German manufac-
ture. One of the recent purchases
made at Cairo, Egypt, by the sultan
of Lahej, an Arabian sultanate, Is an
electric dynamo to be Installed at his
highness's palace at Lahej, eighteen
miles northwest of Aden,
PH N E
saddle horse. The aeroplane need
cast no shadows over the project. Im-
prove the horse. The better he be-
cemes adapted to mans wants the
more docile and safe, the more beau-
tiful, the greater will the demand for
him grow.—Troy Standard Press.
DR. G. W. WYATT
Treatment la Declared to Be a Sura
Cura for Many Varieties of tire
Allmenta of Humanity.
All, 1 think, will allow that these at-
tributes should belong to a friend of
the constitution: First, that he should
be of free desceut by both parents, so
that the disadvantage of birth may
not imbltter him against those laws
which preserve the democracy. Sec-
ond, that he should lie able to show
tliaL some benefit has been done to tl^e
people by his ancestors; or, at the
worst, that there has been no enmity
between them wlileh would prompt
him to revenge the misfortunes of his
fathers on the state. Third, he
should be virtuous and temperate In
his private life, so that no profligate
expense may lead him into taking
bribes to the hull of tfi<- p(,,pb Next,
he should be sagacious and able to
speak -since our Ideal is that the
best course should be chosen by the
Intelligence and then commended to
his hearers by the trained eloquence
of the orator—though, If we ounnot
have both, sagacity muBt needs take
rank before eloquence. Lastly, he
must have a stout heart or he may
play the country false In the crisis of
danger or war.—Aeschines (389-314
popularity. It was not unknown to
the Romans, who Indulged In sun
bath* to cure gout and rheunlatUm.
The buildings they erected lu their
villas for the aunray treatment wera
All that Is needed Is ttye sun; hut
It should not be allowed to beat down
upon the head, which should be cow-
ered The prospective buu bather
should get Into an ordinary bathing
costume and lie down,in a convenient
spot on a rug Care should be taken
to secure a position well out of th#
wind, and, of course, the body must
be moved about every ten minutes to
avoid undue burning of any speclflo
part of the anatomy. Also, a bath
•hould never by any chance last
longer than an hour. Dizziness, ef
treme sxcltemeut. even faintness will
be the Inevitable result should this
warning be disregarded.
The eun bath Is said to be an al-
most Infallible cure for certain skin
diseases, for undue corpulence and
Perhaps the cult of ths sun bath Is
more popular at a small place near
*"Ber!ln, where the adherents of th#
new and simple cure have formed
themselves Into an association.
Will be Hi Dr Poulin's office, Coyle,
Okie., Ural Mouday In each month and
remain one week Get an appointment
carlv in the week. Phone -I.
If you intend
to have a sale
£et our pr ices
or ni^ht. ' Office rooms 1
St ito 11 ink Unit lin J-
Office Phone No. 01
We are fixed for turning
out wpik of this Lina
in double-quick time.
New Peat of Flowers.
The presence of the dlaspls penta-
gons, which destroys the mulberry
tree, and thus menaces the silk In-
dustry, has become so serious lu
France, that the government has pro-
hibited the Importation of Italian cht
flowers from May 1 to November X of
each year, the period during which
the peat comes to maturity. During
the year 1911 Italy exported 8,198,720
pounds of fresh flowers, valued at $1,-
631,390. Of this amount, continental
countries took nearly all.
The Itallau ministry of agriculture
and commerce, In order to protect the
florists of Italy and elsewhere, has re-
cently publllehed a list of plants
which are recognized as subject to tbs
Infection of the pest. It Includes roses,
tarnations, violets, the lotus. Japonic*,
catalpa. the ceanothue amerlcanua,
woody nightshade, spindle bush, mul-
berry, JaBmlne, hop, perslca, salva and
Physician and Surgeon
Culls pr*«iiiptly at11 tide.i ri iy i
;lit, Office with Thom m Dm
.), Re '.I. t ec | hot o *
Office phone 46.
Toy Big an Insult.
Angrily the head of the haberdash-
ery concern stormed lutoethe employ-
ment agency and demanded uu inter-
view with the manager.
"I understand," he said, "that you
have been recommending as A1 col-
lectors certain young men whom you
represent as having collected money
from us. If they can get It from us.
they can get It from anybody. That's
th* way you make It appear, con-
sequently your clients land goo.l libs "
With visions of possible libel suits
rising before his guilty conscience,
th* agent attempted aclf justlflcaloln.
"You are considered pretty #hard
nuts, you know," he Bald
"Oh, that's all right!" said the
man. "It aln t that 1 m kicking about,
but not oiiu u( vour : if bus ever col-
lected a dollar at our shop, aud It
dou t do ail) gvod to lie abbut It."
J. A. Swallow, ll. I)
GOOD HORSES STILL NEEDED
Now loc itv ! in (' • y 1 *•, (J 1.3
Docs n"t!'iiT t1 practice of V. t li-
ar y, Medicine, Su-pcry .ltd
Dentistry, 1'hor.e !?G
and Drugless Dealer
Now hunted in ( oj >* th I■>
cureB all kinds of chronic d,- t .is s
We uito uh if ’• I -
We r< move the c 1 ■ a I n. tor
cures you, so v.h/ p"i-.>.
system with druy', ',
Office O; po it- pO. toflic
Live Stock and Farm Sales a
Specialty. Headquarters Mul-
lin', I, 1 et 1' ' at ** A r b O'
Covie, Okla. 16 if
Raisers May Have Little Fear Thai
I th* Supply Is Shortly Likely to
Exoeed the Demend.
The recent war gam* demonstrated
the dearth of horses suitable for
months In & section once famous for
the excellence of Its native horses.
This community was scoured for suit-
able animals, and none was to be had,
and the government agents said that
the same conditions obtain elsewhere
throughout the country, hsndlcspplng
the army authorities greatly.
There Is the germ of a profitable
Idea for our fanners In these faota.
The man who has grazing facilities,
and who will turn a part of his en-
deavors to the raising of a general
purpose type of saddle horse, will not
only reap a substantial money re
Itiverjf and Feed Stable
E. YV. RUSH, Drop.
1'fed and Lively rn'oininodR-
1 ion . 1 ’ , in - pi n i- \Y
pile . 11-1.u:' " 11 1 i fc 111
ll. R. CHRISTOPHER
B'g Population May Cause War.
It Is pointed out In the report of the
Malthusian league that the enormous
(about 1,000,000 annually) is vary like-
ly to drive her Into war owing to the
necessity for new markets, but a re-
port of the royal Prussian statistical
land bureau has shown that the phys-
ical deterioration due to overcruw fl-
ing In the large towns Is so bad ttfat
In Hamburg the recruiting efficiency
has fallen 42 per cent., and lu Berlin
to 89 per cent of Its proper value On
the other hand the recruiting effl
deucy of France (where population 1*
on the decline) has Increased, and
Mr Hilaire Belloo cwiltnd* that
Franc* Is much better j'ulppsd for
>'»tf than Germany. »
Physician & Surgeon
l* v 1 icu'Mr v♦ <*•.'i<"1 ini hfir? 1
<1 HSS S lilffcil I'om-t'.' I) III At I 111 IT ..
Teeth eairnrit'd. A I r.i.'* uuiuit.!
prmjpHv. Ovi 1 125 y «*»«i*» In j raciteo 4
[lousephone 10, tMlU’f* phoiM
COYJjK, OR LA. *
Practice i» all On* Court? of Oklnlo n a
Wi Is snd W I'sl papers coric. ily dm m.
l'w,.ri . Mimiu. i of Milt ' ' ...........
Office 31J door c,.tt of p
but will perforin a patriotic
I mission, not lor the army, but fur hu-
The ' honk' of the motor car need
-■ bring nb feats to the men who will
1 go into the perfecting of a type at
I horse to be knowg as the York state
It WI Unlive you
money to fi ;wut> with Hob Fix
on that piqce of cement work.
All kinds ■ I concrete and cement
j (dock work executed on short
1 unt'i-* and at yeaaonahle r>ylg*.>
Now located at Goodnight
Okla. Treat ell diseases of live
tr>cV nAr»fi«cr** q
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