Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 23, 1922 Page: 4 of 6
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;■ THfi HVU #i!PPER
It is astonishing how quickly Tan a- ^
will produce results. You usually feel ___^ ± l—i/\WnPT
, f__sropy first dose.
will produce results, i ou ubu
. better from the very first dose.
| * H. Gepbart Drug Co.
Mrs. M. K. Kayes returned the first
lot the week from Gtithrie where she
I underwent an operation for app< n '
Jtia. She is reported as getting along
Miss Lucile Carter, went home sick
yesterday There is considerable si<*
I ness reported lately, but as a
know, there is nothing contagious
__ ^ bSi
JVith on .
the date and title may he written on each film at the
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and every Kodak has it. - •
I “We have sold 97,000 bottles of Tan-
lac and never had a single honplaint
1 Jacobs’ Pliarmaoy, Atlanta Georgia.
Sold by. H. Gephart Drug Co.
C. L. Minnieh returned the la8‘ 0
week from a trip to Shullsr. ^
says that town is moving a'°^ '
and that it is hard to get a suitable-k>
cation for any kind of business.
I We forgot last week to meitti ^
last number of the lyccum coumi ^
held tonight. It seems that the ly ^
course this year is playing in har 11
• all around and it is not at all lmely that
I we will have one next year.
‘I ,........me, adds much tKe date even more.
Photography expensive ? I .ook at ihe price tags in our KoOak
\\indoY—ur better still look over the hue. Expensive?
A fairly good house greet^’’The
1 and promites to be as good as
Our stock of harness, collars and sweat
pads is complete. Our price is right.
window—or better soil look over me mix.. -y
You never got such lasting pleasure at so small cost.
Kodaks p'.00 up—Brownies $2.00 up
Gephart Drug Co.
TRY THE DHUU STORE FIRST
at my residence. resfdencf
in any quamty at 10c at my
I c. H. Sailing; Coyle, Okla.
:i miles north. R* F' U-
Roettger & Son
“Harness of Quality
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Grewsome Historic Relic. _________
well for Instance, which on the Ke ^ fibout r,0O B. un enelny
storation was tom from the exhumed . Wng of Ceylon, fl « causing
y ikat e»ery »<i
k. scriber iitlps to
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CIMARRON VALLEY CLIPPER,
VVANDELL & SON, Publishers.
Established WOO. Published Every Uursoay Subscription 150
££at the Fostofticc at Coyle. OOahoina. os Sdcond Class Mat
*7* on' flew over an enemy
Wng flnd droppod bombs, causing
army and dr PP Qttallyi be was
many ca*u®“f- , „ carriage" fell m-
slain, and his A. 8 H1&du chieftain
to the hands of th a ^ ^ the
! f' mfuSter of a showman. The show- . udhUli ln northern India.
' the ,„gY.c turn had purchased the ; _ .. . ,.„v,nv,i,nvatta.'one
roof of Westminster hall, Is no
tf> i Edgar Lower went to Shidler yester-
i day to grow up wit'll the new oil town
l*©G.ai ^ The Coyle schools obsqyved Wash-
I Wpu/fi |ington’a birthday yesterday and there
* lN C vV j|. wai n0 school in any o! the rooms.
^ i|* 4* 4* 4^ 4* 4* 4* 4*
_ »V,n uir*U liflt
a 1b A K £g 1XXS22Z A. ■»«* w1
■ hardly at St This «u Mar (Saint* j . wooden post are still at
SSSolStt"* W %SSTIS12S- M““'
:. sstt ««-1 ^ d.
■heredity. Th's ^plainsJhe^ ^
of Mar f hi
F. and A. M.
6**i!.^«+****fi-; r„„~a„T SWTs-
'a on the sick list to tho building cast of tha ooyle hotel I /* a ,arch dles he Is succeec c .
Frank Bucknam « on the ,rHl of tUe month. °&} l rcst rehttfve whatever tab
this week. I : w who holds otnee
Car' BUf r"nl,ncircompkoser.
' U?oni fii Blcn-e, Denmark, March
Se studied law a* the Uni- jfil,,r-vnd Ui.rt
ve'rslty of Copenhagen, the violin un (>acl) mo^Ui
-ler TOft-° ^nYYZDwirna?tmann 1 Ball.
-The 'regular Comuni
Diamond K Flovr always good at
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Kenneth Itoark, of Oklahoma City, j
came in last evening on his way to Tush-’ -oel
ing with a couple ot oil men.
Work has commence i on the new fill
dor Tofte at the nartm'aDn
ehestra In 1 aits a to the ( W. M •
, -,w \ cations of the Cimarrcm
Lodge No. 184 are held on the
firsthand third Monday nig
l, moT\th at the Kagletoo
j. W- Eckman
I, p, llenthorn vas in Oklahoma t ity
yesterday on b'isint-
Genulne Red River Ohio Seed pota-
. Stockton s
Many foreign countries are clamoring
or Tanlac. Its fame is wat>d*wide.
H. Gephart Drug Co.
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Mr. and Mrs. Glean THeCleary spent gSla. One of the large
Glenn's holiday yestwd.v with relatives fl,htoB grounds s off ^
and friends at Crescent. nnftrtwwt coast of Frant
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With the folks at A suddeu drop it» temperature set spring ! baps more B™““ystate. than any
Mrs.D. C. Brewer was from Oklahoma la9t evening back a little and we hope! eateit ^ lmporte(J sardines.
City the first of the week. the peac hes also . t ot
, boy who ltoius ....... - | Godwd and «°U^d isslh ““Stag ‘at 'j
fat a remote KurcU-h l*bllka™onlc symphonic
L 7,000 feet above sea level. _ Y.'tqYidy, ^n.phouy, ,^7of’ Ye ______
S”tlYda“Kiuii oiaf," and”^ !Live Stock and Gent
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; Willard Jones sp< nt the day yesterday
with the folks at Guthrie..
„. t npm
lMve8 ,pa d for Brittany^ spft
Ity -e ...»........ - _ -o V*™ ___ ; Prtyes .paW^r ’ "bast sea-
A good rain yesterday put the grou. d ^ meeting at the CliaistiAn church « ^YL''tlshermen plained from 300
a nice shape tor spring work. i# progres8in g nicely notr.ithstanding j to 40d dWulcs per ^ *o‘xlmately two
.* n„ u;n.l« uni whiw that Rev. Chwppell ia mor e or less ban- UuogruDb being «Pi Thls season
Garde . seeds o. a Stoekt0„.s dieaped by yoor health o'. Mrs Chappell. nnd it fiVart® 1 .lng the fishermen
and yellow onion sets at Stocktons the pack.V* a« Paym* ^ The
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Ma cliioe W ork
U«rt . al Uerrns,
The bronze inscriptions
te as being that of 400
ft have also boon found
* »iy. ThT “
j ' state >'f 1
« I be ns lar
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Special for one week
11.50 steel beds, 2 in.
Our stock of fitted plow ant1
will save you money.
I lister lays
t' B. C. Tables hi
♦ bearing '"^'^^civlllzutlun' This 1»
ijtlon* ofndlLlq0v discovered within a
« - tUe second ;f^lu been found near
♦ month, the'bcsOutvlng ^h[on9 nr.
Quality of Work fiua ranteed
Persing &■ Son
the city "f Vol°
14.50 Beds «t
White and Cream Oxidized.
I« j. j*. UENTHORN FIKNITFRE CO.
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Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 23, 1922, newspaper, February 23, 1922; Coyle, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc911577/m1/4/: accessed December 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.