Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 23, 1922 Page: 3 of 8
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Get Cotton Seed Now
» Our car of
gs greed Acala
^ has arrived
^ ing out fast,
g any of this seed get your ^
S? order in eaHy so as not to >s
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y<»u want ig
No. 5 P e d i-
and is go=
^ be disappointed.
I David Barrett |
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Obnoxious Advertising Signs. , Approximately.
Eliminating the signs from statu Hotu*—Who wrote “Ten Nights la!
road, should provide a good example a Barroom?",
for other roads,-a^d in time it shyulil Pokus Aren t you thinking or
have its effect up’ou the cities, where j “Twelfth Night?"
the citizens are obliged to* wage a con- Pokus Wliat difference,dld a^topple,
ttnuous battle’ to keep obnoxious ad- ot nights, more or less, make imthose
vertlsiiig sign* from park* and iboule- I days?
yards. The argument that ip some j’
cases the signs are better tljfjji the I
unimproved tracts of lane w$cU they
hide carries some weight, but it there- I himself, don t yon /
t. in.itoH attention tn /haft ihovniekeeD- "No. * *f he’s talking about his trou-
bles Id sooner have hlui talk to him-
^ ***** * The Peoples State Bank j
jHk ^ m ^ m* $jr At Coyle, in the State of Oklahoma, al |
Kf ^ X - A A ^ 1 ^ mmm ‘he close of ttus'ni ss
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Mar. iOt 1922
1.0HU8 uud discount
Overdrafts, secured unsecured
Remitted for Htock in Federal
y. a. Bonds, Vr arrants, etc.
Banking hou?e ......
Furniture and Oxtun-
WnrHav pur Stamps
Due troin Banks
Checks and other cash twins
Exchange* for Clearing House
Cash In Rank ..............
LI A 111! .TIKM.
Capital stock paid In
t. |2-’\'*k(l oo
Undivided ptnrtt* U ss . ifpertsuH mid
. Taxes Paid
Reserved for Taxes
Individual depjHililNuhic -J )•• chfck 73,uf».s wh
Time certificates of dep«*«M
So In* J8
Cashier’s checks outsiwiiUMiv
State of Oklahoma >
County of Logan.
,1, M. E. t lulu, Rresldeui ur
named Bank, do solemnly swear Hull the
above itateni?ul l» iru - > to 1 b« besl nl
rav knowledg e and belief, so help
* M.E. FltUIN.
#Subscribed and sworn to before me this 15
Our spring, line of bolt goods is now on the
shelves and you will find it a nice assortment
at a less price than city stores are asking. We
§ ask that you give us a call when you
1. ° need of anything iu this line and let . us
you what a splendid assortment we carry.
Don’t forget that our line of work shirts,
overalls, jumpers, etc., is complete and we
* • • .
fit you out in this line in a
day of Mar, IJI22.
Mara Townsend. Notary Public
correct nl test: N M Kruln. Alfred Hbre
Not Then. ,
“I linte to hear a man talking to
ly invites attention to .bad 'hou^ekeep-
aelf than to me."
I Special Prices on Red 5
Star and New Perfect-
ion Oir Stoves
They make the cleanest and cheapest stove
. | to operate, will.burn on one gallon of fuel 22
1 hours, compare price with last season.
• Report of The Condition of
Cimarron Valley Bank
at "oyle, iu theState of OK^ttioina, a’ t he
rllr eof business
Mar. 10, 192*
J,o® 11# and Discounts $98,185.46
Ov rdrafts, secured aud unsecured 2.615.42
S01 urltles with Bunking Hoard .. ^.Oihi.cm»
B| cks, Hoads, Warrants. etc. 7,526 16
Ba king House 1,500 00
Fu nltiueandFlxtures * 1,600 00
Stock Acct 200.00
Dii from Hanks 10.114.33
Ch cks atid other cash Items 228*39
Exchanges 101 Cleaning Hons”
Hi* .8 of Exchange .....9,500 00
Cr • h In Bank 5,f*9.80
Our spring line of shoes is now ready for
^ your inspection and you will find’ a splendid
selection of both dtess and work shoes for the
Bating potatoes, bu„
Diamond K. flour, sack
45 lb.‘can Wilson compound
25 lb Pearl corn meal
Beet sugar, hundred
•100 lbs. oyster shells
3 qts. onion Sets
4 bars P & (1 soap - ,
Total .... * #138,749.06
Ch llalHtock paid in
Hu' plus Fund
Undivided profits, less expenses atlfl
Individual DeposItsSubJect to Check 93,063.31
Time (Certificatesof Deposit 13,609.54
Cashier’s Checks Outstanding S93 59
Note* and Hills Rediscounted 10,000.00
Total, • 1138,749.06
STATE Of OKLAHOMA, t
('ounty of liOKan, * ) •
i K. K.C^iter, President, of the above
named Bank do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my
knowledge Und belief, so help me Hod.
E E. Carter, President.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16
day of ,Mar 1622.
.1. W. Rcbmiui, Notary Public,.
• My Commission Expires Apr 15, 192-4 #
* ’orkkc’t AttKMT’ E. E,Carter, Ned
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Kansas City Weekly livef
SAFEGUARDING A RSP
Monday’s market compared with af * . . » _
•week ago. Cattle steady. • Hogs i* the Woma“ m
35c lower. Sheep steady. | tho|e put and take i 111 Anti,
Prospects, fair market balance of j popular for the hurried bUNBW
KKKl III uh I'll K CONDITION OK
The First State Bank
at Plctis nil Valiev. In theSiate of Oklahoma
at i he close of business
Mar 10, 102*2
Loans and IMscouQls
OveiM’fts, secured & unsecured.
^ *Bc< n 1 ties with Banking Board
^ 1 Sloe s, Bonds, Warrants, t-tc,,
Banking House ......
Furniture.and Fixtures ......
Other Heal Estate Ow^ed
Due from Banks .#.
Cheeks an d Ollier Cash lteius
Bills of Exchange.........
Cash in Hank
Capital .Stock Paid In
Surplus Fund v
Undivided Profits, liens Expenses bud
Taxes Paid r—
Reserve for Taxes V .............
Individual Deposits Subject to U’k
Time I'ertltlcatcs of Deposit
Notes and Bills Rediscounted
, BEEP STEERS?
Good to choice fed
Fair to goo*d “
Common to fair “
Good to choice
Fair to good *
Common t*o Fair
Good to choice
Common to good
Commotr to lair
Stock cows and lieiters
8i ock calves .
Good to choice
Fair to good"
,iu,^u uu | Cannera
$6.50 to $7.00
6.00 to 6.50
5.00 to 6.00
3.50 to 6.00
5 00 to 6.50
4.00 to 5.00
$6.00 to $6.00
4.00 to 5.00
* 3.00 to 3.50
2.50 to 3.00
: woman. At the table satjtwo su-
tlers. * When they were ready for 4«-
, sert, the older took a baked apple,
I the younger one of those fancy pa«-
' . )° tries ordinarily called a craaja tall,
V • but which they called “Ivty l»Mt”
She put her fork in one end and the
$0.7o to $7.501 crealll came,popping out tho other.
6.25 to 6.7oi amuged them both, and tha
j. to 6._o j 0j(jer 8Uggested she turn it aromvd
i and ail would be right. She 4tt,
but the same thuig happened; so
after btCttliug witl^it for a Itm teo-
onds, iu despair, 6he took" it is. her
hand and started to eat. The m»r
ter, with a look of horror, stopgRi
her, bid aiming: “Suppose soMeof
my. swell friends should too yo«4*.
After protests, the ymmgtr put A*
“luck" hack eu the plate atuf g^ilV
ed it as best eho could. “
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Good to choice
Fair to good
Common to fair
$6.00 to $6.75
5.50 to 6.00
4.00 to 5.50
HI n\e of Oklahoma
l.mint v of Logan
Roy Harris, Ciinhlvr
CALVES & YEARLINGS:
Baby beef $7.00 to $8.00
or in, Veals, fair to good
5 Burner Red Star - 65.00, now 47.50
4 Burner New Perfection 32.50, now 28.00
*“ Florence - 32.5o, “,28.00
„ “ Oil stoves - 26.50, *»“ 22.00
♦ Full line of wick and ovens for all makes of
l stoves at reduced prices. We give money back
l guarantee with every stove. Wo will sell for
♦ part down and small payments, or 5 per cent
| discount for full payments.
j iVlURPHY HARDWARE
•jf.’ b •
iibjvu named Hank, do Holemnly awear that Veals, common to fair
the above statement Ih true to the heat of my I
knowledge and belief, ho help rtle <iod. \ BULLS’
Roy Hnrrla, CftshlcR
Huhacribed and sworn to before me thin 15
day of Mar., 1922
Maurice L\ Rouse, Notary Public,
Correct—Attest: Win. A Harris, L. B.
Freeman, Roy Harris, Directors
6.00 to 6.00
8.00 to 9.00
4.00 to 8.00
Catarrh Can Be Cured
Catarrh is a local disease, greatly
Influenced by constitutional condi-
tions. It therefore requires constitu-
tional treatment. HALL’S CATARRH
MEDICINE Is taken Internally and
nets through the Blood on the Mucous
Surfaces of the System HALL’S
CATARRH MEDICINE destroys the
foundation of the disease, gives the
pntient strength by Improving the geo-
ornl health and assists nature In doing
its work. j
All druggists. Circulars free.
Packing sows .
Pigs • •
Spring Lambs (cull)
Cattle ’ 1.7,000
$4.00 to 5.00
$0.86 to 10.15
9.60 to 9.85
8.25 to 8.75
$12.00 to 15.00
6.00 to 8.00
11.00 to 13.00
7.00 to 10.00
11.00 to 13.00
MIGHT MISHLA0& aftSflJtflW
“It take* a mau of capgfw t» 1
face the aecujiufl till*
“That's 'why I ikk *
quarrel with Mjb. Afl .
she’s putting ou her artteij©^ 4||i *
Utr. Gadapur. /
‘Ehi?” • |
'At & tine UJte
isn’t going to ru& Ute
I ner i
ing her eyes oft
) “You are not going*toGWMSkpW|
“No,” said Mir. Jay*?.
college spirit is still string in 9B
alter twenty years’ abeOUD bflti
the academic halls of taf apu
mater, but I don’t feel ««il bo
emitting the college ye41 win sAh-
ing behind it but a few glasgM of
cold water.” — Birnv«^ba& 40b
Herald. __ u !
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Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 23, 1922, newspaper, March 23, 1922; Coyle, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc912554/m1/3/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.