Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 4, 1920 Page: 1 of 4
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CIMARRON VALLEY CLIPPER
Vol. 2'), No 2u
COYLE OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, NOV. i, 192 >
Public Sale of Furniture l
: : ON : :
SATURDAY, NOV. (>, 1920
Commencing at 1:3b p. m.
I will sell a good assortment of furniture,
household goods, stoves, rugs, bedsteads,
chairs, and various other articles of J. W.
TERMS: Cash, 5
all sums over $10.
per cent discount on
tty K. F. ATWELL.
sur-| The abuse of the initiative and refer-
car- endura system in westera states is being
cheeked by the refusal of the people to j P»1
ratify everything placed on the ballot. 1 f|0;
The election Tuesday furnished
prises by the wholesale. Harding
ried Uie state by probably 20,000 and
Harrell was elected U. S. Senator by a
safe margin. The greatest surprise was j It is still possible for any eraupofrad-
tbe defeat of Scott Ferris, one of the icals or any faction of experimentalists
strongest men in the state. No doubt to cumber the ballot with their pet hob-
the Gore following together with the , bies and make the people accept or re-
socialistic discontented element of the ' feet them.
democratic party caused Ferris’ defeat. I The next step of the law multipli.rs is
However, one thing plain is that the t to flood the voters with printed matter
people of the south a d west are becom-1 at public expense and to go out and
SEVERAL WSTWOTS HI
DowocraU Lik S,»«r*i
Howard Defeated.—•want. and
Halner In Olett Roc# In
Uty -The election ia
aa shown by ;n complete
very cloee It will prol
he efflcial count to
sapalor On unoButal
I'orrie is leading and is mi
HSely he will win out wtoon
i in It seems to be pi
(governor Cox bat car:
y a small majority althoBL
poMlWUty lltat complete
y’sbow that Harding lias ••-
(fa returns item one third ol the
>ta$e Ferris was leading Harreld hy
lea#' tkac 80*6 The vote of Qov Uvt
ran ■ little ahead ol Perris.
Leaders' Claims Differ.
Olt$ns of rival candidatoa aad lead
Kipirlpipipipitip 4? 4* ip i? i* 4* 4* 4? 4* 4* ip i' 4* ■ip-ip 4?4?14* 4? 4?4*4? 4* 4* t.
1 Potatoes 1.65 bu.
We received this week car western slope Burbank potatoes.
These will keep for your winter supply and are good cooking potatoes.
Reck 4.se. Sack lots, per bu. 1.65
ing more independent politically and are
not strongly bound by party ties. When
this spirit invades the north and east
the professional politians will have
plenty troubles of their own and no pol-
itical organization can feel safe. This
is as it should be but the voters must be
careful not to allow any bunch ot barn-
stormers to deceive them into doing the
At this time it seems certain that
Judge Swank is safely elected congress-
man from this district.
In Logan county Cora E. Farrell was
the only county candidate on the demo-
cratic ticket with J D. Murphy running
for county commissioner from this dis-
triat. Mil. Farrell was defeated by 1000
and Mr. Murphy was elected hy 2 votes
A, over Sylvester Reed, colored.
From an impartial standpoint it is
evident that the republicans have a
great opportunity in Oklahoma if they
make good and do the square thing.
They will have the discontented element
that is always aginst the government
against them in a short time but hy
strict attention to business and fuirness
on every hand they have a chance to
overcome this element.
hold meetings to boost the measures
with the people.
But the people are refusing to read
the pamphlets or go out and listen to
the special pleadings for this freak bill
and that nostrum to cure the ills »i the
As a risult there will be a tremendous
negative vote and some deserving meas-
ures will be swept away in the torrent
t •■.flawing parties were not ham
Iff the lack ot definite reports
a major portion of the state.
BirfWVinKa and Harreld declared they
w*r*,<h*BsLui of election to the sen
ate. Jake Itausa, republican national
from Oklahoma, ex
aha urine e that the presideu-
Wbuid go for Harding but soul
.torshif race Wax m doubt,
gi Oatgpb.ll chairman ot the
campaign commute, xxM
was uastaakart that tie com
it would show a comfortable
ilOMMfttic margin In the state.
t,r« 9*ee Harreld Vietory.
qaaator T P Gere, defeated by
Soajjfi Fur Ha in August tor the detno-
rra«p sanatoria! noiniriatlon spent
election nfgbt at republican simte
.signaluw. to learn the loturua
"ft Is Impossible to say much in re
io Bars Crystal White Soap
iw “ Bob White Soap
io “ Flake White Soap
12 “ Leno^Soap
Palmeto soap, bar
Cream Oil soap, bar
All kinds of salt in sacks and block salt for stock.
Overalls $2.50 Pair
5o dozen men’s overalls and jumpers, the well known brands, New
State, Big Joe and Sensible all selling at $2.50 pair.
Mens, womens and childrens underwear at seas-
onable prices selling for less than most of would
be close out sales are selling same garments for.
of &0 voter, voters not discriminating ! gard If th« sanatoria! race ia Ohio,
between the few really constructive'*'0*®* *** 0,1 ,aoe ***“ i**®*11'
measures ami the multiplicity of freaks. wirtch WB U.ve reu<,,Te(1
: It loutu us U Hat raid will be our near
• a." | s«MUr and B T. Rainer Ibe aery
roprggeutauv. from tha 5th distrlst ‘
:M IUQ art or aaid wheu asked about the
Brethren ' eloQtloa “I wtli make no forecuat uf
| Judge Harreld’s majority but it seams
Mr*. John Harriman visited with rel-! *• ®»F “ will be decisive.”
[ativea in this neighborhood from Friday I Harreld Confidant.
J to Sunday. | ..j am gadoubtedly going to be elect
Mr. and Mrs. Asken spent Saturday ; od senater," Congressman J. W. Har
The meetings closed at the
church closed Sunday night
“Cold in the Head”
is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh.
Those subject to frequent “colds in
the head" will fin'd that the use of
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will
build up the System, cleanse the Blood
and render them less liable to colds.
Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh
mav lead to Chronic Catarrh.
HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE Is
taken Internally ami acts through the
Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the
System, thus reducing the Inflamma-
tion and restoring normal conditions.
All druggists. Circulars free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
See our line of tennis shoes.
night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. I re1**, republican nominee, said. “I
Joseph and Ethel Carrier spent Sat-
urday and Sunday at home.
Rev. G. Lahman and wife of Guthrie,
Rev. J. F. Britton and Robert Shoe- j
maker visited with Frank Gaskin and ,
family Sunday. |
Grandma Morris of Coyle, visited old
friends and attended the meetings the
last of the week.
School began at Oak Dale Monday j
morning Nov. 1st.
Mrs. Isa ic Williams has been sick
with a bad cold but is better at this
• —— - - —*
At the Methodist Church
There will be a good literature service
Sunday evening. A splendid program is
being arranged. Good music will be
rendered by the choir. Everybody in'
vited to attend.
R. H. DENNY, Pastor.
think my majority will be 26.000 votae
and, I think that Senator Harding will
carry tha state by the game margin."
Encouraged By porfact emotion
weather, with Interest
weeks of intense campaigning by both
democratic and republican parties,
j urged to go to the polls by unusual at'
forts tram party organisations, the
electorate turned out. Early in the
.day come the vanguard, and the
stream of voters .continued during the
day to pile up a total that is expeoted
! to pass the 400.000 mark sat by opti-
mistic prophets ot election figures
Scott Ferris, democratic nominee
for Hnited States senator, declared hla
confidence in the outcome Tuesday
"Yes, 1 have been elected by a sub
slanllal majority. 1 have a safe lead,
and it will increase os otbei countlw
are heard from.’
f STOCKTON’S I
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CAUGHT BY.JUICY BIG WORDS
"8!-mul-t*-ne-oualy" Had More Eflect
on Yacht Walter Than Fat Tip
: Coy I - Garage ;
C. L. MINNICH, Prop. i
The caterer who fed the reporters
three times a day on the destroyer
Goldsborough at the cup races had
a staff of negro waiters, one of whom
had a weakness for words, strange
words, remarks the New York Evening
I Sun. Reporters warned to seek him
arouse by out an(j wjn ^lg favor by bringing him
inn hr hnf h 1
"Unctuous” must be that waiter’s f
name. For unctuous he was as he j
brought the breakfast milk—“cream,” j
he called It optimistically.
“Yoh kin have all do cream, yo i
wants, ge’men,” he said, and some ■
mistook the quality of his soul and of-
fered him money. Naturally he took
It. And he boomed a thunderous
thanks that called the attention Of all
diners and compelled them likewise to
offer him money.
But tlie waiting soul of Unctnous re-
ally flowered only when he beard a
gigantic word. Solemnly one reporter
came In and standing ceremoniously
RED CROSS IN.
£0 PEACE TIME
Autlioii/ed Sales and Service Station us-
ing genuine Ford parts.
Work Guaranteed at Ford System
Democrats Sure In Four Diitriotg.
Uaiuocratiu viotory in the seuapfi,
third, sixth and seventh oongi eaoionol
districts seemed assured oa the boat*
of scattering returns The fourth <Mh
Uict had reported in loss ciinplet*
fashion, hut indicated it would furn-
ish Us usual democratic majority,
while the race in the fifth district ig
close with •pioapeots favoring tha
democrats Republican* apparently
have won beyond question In the first
and eighth districts
Fifth district calculations were up-
set by the report from Cleveland
county on twelve ot the twenty-five
precinct* giving F 1! Swank, deuio
cratie nominee, a lead ol ohly 262 vow
B. T. Huiner, rpublleaa
Boys and girls who learn early te
take proper care of their teeth,
throats, eyes, ears and stomachs, have
made a loug step toward healthy
manhood and womanhood. Through
its public health und nursing serv-
ices, the American Red Gross aims
eventually to reach all school children
with a hand on the hack of his chair with teachings regarding dUeue.
before sitting down looked strulplit at • Teut on au “ a 1 ° . .
tt a , da, •« echo* nurse treating a little girl
Unctuous and as one Intoning a for-.*
the i for sore mouth, at the same tluie im
! planting a valuable lesson Ux teeth-
brushlng and proper diet.
Single Comb Brown
Some good ones. Fine lookers. Big lus.
ty April hatched birds
* F. I. FIX
mal greeting slowly gave vent
single word, “simultaneously.”
“Si-mul-ta-ne-ous-ly,” repeated Unc-
tuous, catching It perfectly and sop- j
arating each syllable with reversed j
pomp. “Stanul-ta-ne-ous-ly,” he kept j
murmuring as he bustled exclusively i
about the man who had brought him )
the new word gem.
(First Publication in the Cimarron Val-
ley Clipper Oct. 28, 1920.)
Notice is hereby given to all ptraonl
interested in the estate o[ Alfred M.
I Doolen, deceased, that on the 22nd day
of October, 1920, Curtis M. Doolen pra-
I duced and filed in tho County
I Court of the County of Logeb
I and State of Oklahoma, an in-
strument in writing purporting to be the
last will and testament of Alfred U.
Doolen deceased, and also tiled in said
I Court a petition praying for theprobate
! of said will, and that Letters Testa-
• mentary issue iheraon to Curtia M.
Daolen the executor named in said will.
! Pursuant to an order ot said Ceurt
I made on the 22nd day of October. 192U,
i notice is hereby given that Wednesday,
| the 10th day of November. 1920, at the
1 hour of 10 o’clock A. M., of laid day,
that In ing a day of the regular October
' term, 1920, of said Court, baa bees ap-
]io ohsl as the time for hearing said pe-
i lition and proving said will, at tbe
I County Court room in City of Guthrie
in aid County of Logan when and where
all persons interested mav appear end
'l In Testimony Whereof, I have here-
unto si i my hand and the seal of said
County Court this 22nd day of October,
(Signed) A. H. BOLES,
I (Seal) Ceanty Judge.
) Fred W. Green, Attorney.
STRANGE WINDS OF CHANCE
French Artlet and English Novelist
Mixed Up in Romance of the
vfo * 9
! We Want Your Live Stock
How the Statee Voted.
New York.—Returns incomplete
from the entire country indicate that
the Pillowing etatos have gone for
Harding with approximate pluralities:
Caliiornfia ltw.oqe, Colorado 26.009,
CoiueecRieut 40.000, "ttelbware 4.0P0,
Idaho tluOO, Illinois 111.000 Indiana
[tO.OOd. lovra TtMO, Kansas 40,000,
Maryland 10,000, Maine 2f,000, Maria
•bueetle 110,000, Mich" n 110,000,
Minnesota 70,000, Mtawturi 26,000.
Nebraska 27,006, New Jersey 100,000,
New York 100,000, Nevadi# 3,000, New
Hnmpebire 0,000, North Dakota 2fi,()00,
Ohio 170,000, Uiegon 26,900, Pennsyl-
tunla 600,000, llhoda I aloud 16,090.
Bouth Dahffta SO.OvU. Vertnunl 26.004),
Waeblncfw 3S.1KD, West Virginia
Jh.oW. Wleouasiu 99,000, Wyoming 16,-
Raturne show Cox leading In Ala-
bama appKXltnately 60,006, Arlsona
16,000, Arkansoa 50,000. Flurldu 22,000,
Georgia 76,009. Kentucky 20,000.
tAiulelaan 60,000, Mississippi 60,000,
Nortt Oarollna 60,900. Oklahoma 10.-
KHt. South Caroliu.t 40,000. T'enneasne
IO.uM, Taxes 200,000, Virginia 10,009.
In one of the New York art gal-
leries there is now «n view a primitive-
ly-fashioned door decorated with tha
figure of a Tahitian belle. This door
has been brought frem the far-away
lands of the southern Pacific.
And “thereby hangs a tale”—81 tali
that leads to one of the far M.irques-
nn islands where Paul Caught "madly
painted his very life's blood into a
series of astounkllng canvas**, prac-
tically living on, narcotics at the end
because he felt that he must, at any j
cost, give his message to the world.” j
W. Somerset Maugham, In hln endless j
search for the endless succession of j
plots for his novels and plays, dug up j
the story of Paul Gaugin’s trail hot-1
foot from Parts to Tahiti, and even
carried off a door from Ids cabin.
Thus was written “The Moon and Six- j
Gaugln died In his adopted home, J
his passing noted only by a few nr- I
tists. Then the playwright’s visit to
the island, then the hook—and imme- (
dlatcly there is a general gathifflng ,
of artists, writers, photographers, etc, j
on their way to Tahiti.
Mr. Arens has made an article of
unusual Interest In tracing the pe-!
cullar course of this rather extrnor- i
dinar) literary volume,—Harper’s Ba- •
We can handle your live stock and pay
the top market at any and all times. If
yon have anything in this line to sell get
our prices before selling.
We have a complete line of fresh and
salt meats and lunch goods on hand at all
times, kept in the most approved and sani-
tary manner. You will find our meats of
high quality, fresh and wholesome. Give
us a trial—that’s^he way we secure our
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Wandell, Clarence F. Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 4, 1920, newspaper, November 4, 1920; Coyle, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc911832/m1/1/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.