Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 27, 1919 Page: 2 of 4
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Citv Meat Market
' K. C. GIBSON, Prop.
Salt am4 Fresh Meat*.. Fish and Lunch Goods
every Friday and Saturday
CIMARRON VALLEY CLIPPER,
C. F. WANDELL, Editor and Publisher.
900. Published Every Thursday Subscription 1.00
e Postoff/ce at Covie, Oklahoma, as Second'Class Ma
the city today.
2 Cans Tom|toes25c. Rhoads.
Edgar Rower sends us a dollar this
week from Ashton, S. D., for another
year’s subscription to the old family
paper, Edgar says he is just over an at-
tack of the flu and hasn’t'much interest
in life at the present time, but otherwise
is getting along fine.
Early June Peas 15c can. Rhoads.
9 , ^ | ^ j Ed Moore and Miss Onice Preston of
Guthrie were married at Outline Tues-
day. Mr. Moore is a fireman on the
! Eastern Oklahoma and will reside at
j Cushihg. •
40c Dark precales 27c. Rhoads.
30c Apron nghams 20c. Rhoads, j ___________________
j Henry Turner, one of our well known
The M. E. id will meet with Mrs. ^ colored boys, arrived Tuesday evening
FOR SALE: Pure bred
undotte eggs, bred to lay
per setting of 15.
Mrs. Bert Traver, R. 1
Phone K 251
. - . . _ ifi
!$i4!«f<fs 4* 4* 4* 4* 4*-S* 4*^
Mr. and Mrs. Denton, of Sioux City,
Iowa, arrived the first of the week for a
visit with their granddaughter, Mrs.
Ermine Lewis. Mr. Denton expects to
visit the Burk Burnett oil fields in Texas
and may take a little dip in oil if he finds
somthing that looks right.
Bring in your eggs and buy your spring
goods at wholesale price. Rhoads.
Chalmers ' ,r n next Tuesday.
Jim Martin was here from the north
part of the state the last of the week.
See C. E. Graham "if you w ant your
from service in France. Henry was over
there several months and was in some
pretty hot engagements.
Miles Coats arrived yesterday morn
ing from over seas service v her he has
been for several months. There was a
happy family reunion and Mr. Coats is
no doubt busy this week getting ac-
quainted with his little daughter whom
he never saw until yesterday.
FOR SALE: Pure bred Rose and
Single Comb Rhode Island Red Cock-
Mrs. Clara Emmons was here last
Friday instructing the Girls Club Mem-
County Agent Gregory was in town
Friday but failed to call at this temple
35c Astor Voils 25e. Rhoads.
Mrs. C. S. Reed returned Saturday
from a few days visit with relatives at
rels, $2 each.
Mrs. C. L. Minnich,
Phone 2 on O.
from military service
Mrs, Giffen, brother and mother of
Chalmers and Bryson, came up from
Yale yesterday for a visit. *
"When a duck lays an egg she wad-
dles oil us if nothing had happened,” ad-
vertises the Buffalo Republican. "But
when a hen lays an egg there’s a h of
a big noise. The hen advertises, hence
France, 'and 1,1,1 J011111"'1 for hen’s eggs, not ducks."
The Clipper is published every week and
circulates over this part of Logan and
Payne counties. Let it do your shout-
30c Cotton Flannel 24c. Rhoads.
Ross Sailing, brother of Mrs. John
Eckman, arrived Sunday from several
months over seas service.
( Adam Curry, of Guthrie, a cousin of
1 Mrs. John Eckman, visited at the Eck-
man home last week. Mr. Curry has
been serving in the navy and helped to
put the “sub” out of commission.
Full stock of ground feed consisting of
corn chop, shorts, mill run, bran etc.
Mr. and Mrs. S.YvT. Gibson are here
this week vis,ting relatives and friends
before going !o their home in California.
Full stock of ground feed consisting of
corn chop, shorts, mill run, bom, etc.
J. II. McMahan was up from Drum-
right the lirst of the week on business.
Tlie colored man on Mr. (McMahan’s
place south of town, died recently but
the widow will probably work the place-
LOST: Somewhere between Coyle
and the old Weinberg place, a crank for
an Overland car Reward. W. D. Knight
20c "un Fist Sweet corn
35c Light Precales 25c. Rhoads.
A reader will will give an entertain-
ment here April 11, under the auspices
of the M. E. Aid. More particulars
We have rubber heels for ladie3
in tan, black and "white. Have
and make walking easy.
Mrs. J. M. Hinton and Mrs. Ajina
Smith, mother and sister of C. H. Hin-
ton, arriveu vhis morning from Catiin,
111., for a ' -"t.
Roy Hill and Arch Stein came in last
evening from military service. Both of
these boys saw considerable service in
France and no doubt are glad to get
buck home and again take up their civil
Two flat cans pink salmon 25c.
A sudden change in temperature last
night sent the thermometer down to the
freezing point and ice the thickness of a
window glass was in evidence this morn-
ing. It caught th.1 peach and apricot
trees in full bloom, and while there will
probably be as many peaches left as the
trees will properly mature, the apricots
were hit pretty hard, especially in the
Mens 25c work Sox pair 15c.
FOR SALE: Single Comb Brown
Leghorn eggs. 75c for 16, $1.50 per 100;
also four spans cotton mules.
Bermie Stewart, R 3, Coyle.
46-pd. Phone 63 B out of Goodnight.
Mrs. E. A. Ferguson, of Oklahoma
City, whft has been visiting her mother
and sister south of town the past week,
There are a good many back yards in
town where rubbish has been accumulat-
ing all winter that need cleaning up.
The city fathers have been making a
practice for the past several years of
sending city wagons around in the sprin
to haul off this rubbish and most of our
people are Waiting for these w agons.
Send on the wagons and don’t keep us in
15c Sambo Pan Cake Flour 10c pkg.
J. C. Waltonv.as hammered incessant-
ly by three large Oklahoma City news-
papers yet was nominated by the dem-
ocrats for mayor in a walk. If they
want to defeat lorn in the election tkey
might try forgetting he is in the race
came over yesterday for a short visit ( and never mentio® his name under
with the editor and family, retnrning to
Mmmm l«U * mm ###* <MM# 4,
circumstances until the election is over.
Who was it that said, "I do not care
what the papers say about me, just so
they say something?”—University and
Wo are buying eggs and paying
market at all times. Rhoads.
We wish to call your attention to Security Calf Food,
a food especially prepared for calves and Ifttle pigs.
They require proper food and just as much si, as young
babies require proper food. Security Calf Food is put
up to lake the place of Mother's milk for young calves
and little pigs, as baby foods are put up to take
place of mother’s milk for babies.
Security Calf Food replace- the whole milk from
:,nre the calf is three days old. A calf requires from
S 'o 12 quarts of whole milk a day. This is worth from
3 to 4c a quart and it will cost you from 30 to 40c a
day to feed your calf with whole milk, while you can
raise or fatten you* cult with Security Calf Food for less
than one-fourth the cost of whole milk, and raise just
as good a calf. •
Security Calf Food docs not have be cooked or
bothered with. Just mix frmeasureful you will find a
measure in each pail or package with whey or skim
milk. Stir up well. There is no danger from indiges-
tion or scours from using.Security Cult Food and calves
We guarantee you to raise as good, fat and heal-
thy a ctlf on Securty Calf Food as on whole fresh milk
We also guarantee to refund in cash for every pail or
package of Security Calf Food that does not give per-
Have Tour Old Clothes Made New
In connection with our Barber Shop w e
are doing cleaning and pressing and
guarantee satisfaction. Give us a trial
and be convinced. BALL BROS.,
■*^'Pd. Coyle, Okla.
1 here is an effort being made to have
drilling on the oil test on the Carter
farm continued down to 3600 feet. The
Gutiirie Chamber of Commerce lias tak-
en the matter up with C. N. Haskell
and has his promise that the well will
be put down to the above depth provid-
ing another years extension of leases can
l>e obtained without cost to the drillers,
i ^ ,o1 °f money has been spent on the
well and certainly the farmers will ex-
tend the leases in order to get u thor-
ough test. Whether oil is struck nr not,
the farmers are to the good on lease
money they have received, while the
drillers have been to a big expense with
nothing in return.
For the life of us we cannot see why owls roost with the chickens
North Cimafton township should be j j a-m now substitute teacher,
harnessed up with South Cimarron. ’
The colored people, with S. Cimarron teacher having gone on a
hitched to us, are in the.majority and furlough. My duties consist in
elect negro townahip officers. Generally ' teaching Italians, Swedes, Bel-
two of the^three negro officers live in' giaus and everything else how
South Cimarron township where most' r- , . ,
t • ,, , , (to react common English. Easvv
of the money i| spent, regardless of the s “
fact that Ncrth Cimarron probably pays
twice the tax as does "South Cimarron.
Can any sane man tell us why this con-
dition should be allowed to continue.
Our people had better get busy and
petition the county commissioners to cut
us loose from South Cimarron, then do a
little house cleaning and get something
in return for the thousands of dollars of
tax money. gsjjg
About 150 pair of
oxfords at wholesale
tennis shoes and
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25c Pink salmon 20c. Rhoads.
Fish Fights In Malay.
The Malay Is a sportsman. Any kind
of a fight draws u great crowd. One of
the queerest sports is fish fighting. The
combatants are two very smull fish
about one and one-lialf inches long.
Before the fight commences the fish
are kept In separate bottles and ex-
hibited by their respective owners to
the onlookers, who bet on their favor-
ite. Frequently the fish are heroes of
many battles. When the hets are made,
the fish are placed together In the
same bottle and the battle commences
Two dogs aren’t in It. The little fish
fight and dart at one another until
one succumbs and sinks to the bottom
of tlie bottle.
O yes! They take it up fast and
forget it faster. I sometimes
wish they would send me to Af-
rica to teach those negroes to
save underclothes and sox, or
to Lapland to teach the Laps
to conserve snow.
I am sending you under separ-
ate cover a small painting of
Alpine scenery where f spent
a few days on furlough, also
two baud kerchiefs to show you
what fine work the French wo-
men can do. I have no idea
when I will sail but hope it will
be soon. As ever,
KEroit'j ok run con dition’of
The First State Bank
lit Pleasant Valley, In tliosiate of Oklahoma
at t lie close of buRlness
Mnpch. \j ID It).
Leans an.1 Discounts
Overd’fts,secured & unsecured.
Slocks, Honda, Warrants, 11<•’,
I* urn I tu re and Fixtures
Other Real Ksiate Owned ....
Due f rom Hanks .......
Checks and OtherOash Items
Bills of Exchange .............. .
Hash In Hank
★ SAVE THE SURFACE.
Save the surface and you save
all. Disintegration and decay
are conditions which usually
start at the surface of any ma-
terial. Protection against de-
terioration or rot of substances,
therefore, should begin with
care of the exterior. Provided a
material does not carry within
Itself the element of sure decay,
proper surface protection will
undoubtedly lengthen Its life.
We know tayi that it’s his
job to please his customers.
He is 100 per cent right. It’s
our job to please merchants
by providing the kind of
printing that is wanted. Try
us and see whit we can do.
We Make Good
Mi ns Work Shirts Size 14 1-2 only,
$1.35 values going .it 75c each.
COYLE DRUG STORE
•$####•# #9 9 9# 999•••
•lri"$ f? f &tvf»4
From Our Soldier Boys
(Con. from page one)
from the back door.
I have seen a few pretty girls,
that is I am like Owen Boyer of
Seneca, Mo., was about the
snakes when he said they
say “they are poisou. They
say these girls are pretty but I
am not able to appreciate ’the
fact: but one thing I am posi
tive of, they are the most
skilled of [(any women in the
world in the use of face powder
and paint, but there are shine
ot the most beautiful children
here that one would want to
There is one English .word
that is universally known in
France—cigarettes, When L
get to U. S. I do not think that!
I .will care for any excitement
think 1 will, adopt the plan
1 .sou uo
Capital stock Paul In......
Surplus Fund ...
t'udivlrlpil Profits, Less Kxpcnses and
taxes i'litil ....... :i.ss 2}
Individual Ueposlts Subject to l
rime iVrtlUcntcs .-r Deposit
Notes amt Hills Kedtscounteit
state of Oklahoma /
County of Lon mi l5
L Wm. A. Harris, President of the
above nnmed Hank, do solemnly swear that
tlie above statement is true to tlie best of my
kuowledue and belief, so help me Hod.
Wm. A. Harris, President
Subscribed and sworn to before me tills it
day of March, 1919,
U iy Harris, Notary Public.
My Com. Exp. March 22, 1922.
Correct—Attest: Wm. A Harris. I. ti.
Freeman. Hoy Harris, Directors.
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F. S. Bobbitt M. D.
r ractiee of General Medicine and
Surgery. Office up stairs over Hougton
Blde- Phone 63
ROHT, X. WADE, HI. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Calls answered promptly day
or night. Office across street
from Clipper office.
Phone, Residence 58, Office 68
We cry sales of all kinds-satisfaction
guaranteed. Farm saies u specialty.
Phone Clipper office for dates.
COL. MOCKER & SON
Will cry sales on short notice and nt
reasonable rates. Mer lmndise ar 1 real
estate sales solicited. Have suited others
can suit you. Call at our expense.
A. F. and A. M.
Tlie regular Comuni
, cations of the tCimarror
j Lodge No. 184 are held on the
i iiiiuh i wm, uuopi me pian,first. il.mi tllinl Monday night
presented b’y my friend Charlie 1_n,°nth".it |l he _ Eagle ton
Thompson, Byars who intends ;* *w* , r .
to establish a home down at the „ Eckman, \ ora L
forks of the creek where the ' v’
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Wandell, Clarence F. Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 27, 1919, newspaper, March 27, 1919; Coyle, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc911691/m1/2/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.