Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 9, 1914 Page: 1 of 8
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CIMARRON VALLEY CLIPPER
I'ol.ij, No. 47
COYLE, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY* APRIL. 9, 1914
S ubscriptian $ 1. OO
Cimarron Valley Bank
Capital, Surplus and Pro-
The Oldest and Strongest
Bank in Coyle. Deposits
guaranteed by the De-
positors State Guarantee
Fund of Oklahoma,
DIRECTORS: C. M.
ston, C. S. Reed arid G.
Cade, Willard John-
C. McLure. *
YOUR BUSINESS ALWAYS APPRECIATED
TUESDAY ROAD DAYII****"***®***®*®*®***
All Men and Teams Available J
Needed to Cmplete Work
Next Tuesday, April 14, will
be tlie next big road day fbr tliis
locality when the work on the
Gobel hill will be completed
and the north approach to 'the
river bridge graded and put in
shape for the completion ot the
bridge. All public spirited men
are asked to extend assistance
that this work may* be done
with credit to the community.
A good many have already of-
fered their assistance on the
above date and the association
feel very hopeful for a good
showing on this day. An effort
is being made to get out every
The Monarch Chorus of the C.
A. & N. University put on that
splendid play, ‘Queen Esther,"
at the Coyle opera house last
Friday.night to a large and ap-
preciative audience. To those
in charge of this production is
due much credit as a great
amount of work and patience
was necessary in drilling for
this piece, in which there were
eighty well trained voices and
every part was carried out to
perfection and with ease that
clearly showed the work that
must have been put in on the
A Word of Appreciation.
I desire to thank all my
friends and neighbors who so
willingly rendered their assist-
ance during my late illness.
his wares. All things being
equal, choose the man who ad-
vertises in your paper against
the man who does not.—Ex.
The first sign that a merchant
means to give you a squsre deal
is when he comes out in
e $100 Reward $100
Thc> reader* of t.Ms will bo
pleased to lc i- .he ;ast ono
dreaded dis< «* s iias been
able to euro » stapes, and that is
Catarrh. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is the only
positive euro now known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh beinp a constitutional
disease, requires a constitution.nl treat-
ment. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken in-
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system, there-
by destroying the foundation of the dis-
ease, and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and assisting
nature in doing its work. The proprietors
have so much faith in its curative pow-
ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that it fails to cure. Send
for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY As CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold 1'V all PnifTfrists, 7"c.
Take Hall's Family Tills for constipation.
The (Jlmarrou Valley Oil Co.
is moving their machinery to
the Carter faam southwest of
Coyle and krilling will begin
probably the first of next week.
They have one of the finest rigs
j in the country,made especially
for deep wells, aud will be in
shape to make a thorough test
j of this well.
man and team possible and
assistance will be greatly
predated. There is plenty
road work to be done in this lo-
lality and a good showing now
will encourage the people to
coutinue the good work. Good
roads is one of the greatest
blessings to the country and a
proper demonstration is all that
is necessary to create an inter-
est that will not allow this good
work to stop until every road is
put.in decent shape. Remem-
ber that next Tuesday is the
big day for everybody.
The fact that, b
of this bank, s
manage!!._*i. _• <>
1906, have int -
is evidence ot
•-.ce the present
charge, Jan. 4th,
ed over 250 per cent,
t our depositors
treatment; that the accommodat-
ions extended have fully met the re-
quirements of our , patrons, and
that our unexceiU-tf serv ice is ap-
preciated i?y ah “T customers. YVe
shall be glad to have YOUR busi-
DEPOSITS GUARANTEED UNDER
STATE GUARANTY LAW.
141 Students To Graduate* Progress..
From University j Miss Lulu Clark returned
This June i borne Sunday evening from* a
... , . *10 /c< weeks visit with relatives and
Norman, OkU., April MSp*|friendb in Gulhrie.
PEOPLE” STATE BANK
® Average total assets, |
* $75,000.00 1
cial)—The class of 1914 at the
Uuiversity of Oklahoma will in-
clude approximately 141 per-
sons, the largest number ever
graduated in one year from the
institution. There will prob-
ably be from eight to fifteen ad-
ditional graduates at tlie close
of the Summer Session in
Miss Pace is visiting friends 1
in this neighborhood.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gunkle and
son, Robert, spent Sunday with
The little daughter of Mr. and;
“"'Mrs. Gable, who was suffering
| with infantile paralysis is great-1
In 1913 the total number
The Van Tacky well north of
print | Coyle is tied up at present
oj ly improving under the care ui
, , ,ort iDr. Swallow,
degrees conferred was 130, re-1
ceived by 128 persons. This to-j Lester Davis and family spent
tal includes fourteen degrees!Sunday with Willis Longan’s.
granted at the Summer Session,
as well as six degrees of gradu-
and tells you exactly what he is j account of the leases running
willing to do. He is putting a ! out and some of the farmers in
promise 011 paper in words he
can not recall. He is giving
you a written promise—you
haye a right to hold him to it.
that locality refusing to extend
their leases. Whether this well
will be completed or not it is
hard to tell in case the parties
He desesves your confidence and holding out on leasing coutinue
your consideration if you need to do so.
Your Corset Troubles
will be quickly ended if you wear your indi-
vidualized Henderson model. We make this
statement with the utmost confidence.
So many of our customers who are
wearing these corsets have told us
that they have never had such com-
plete satisfaction before, t hat we
now feel justified in strongly rec-
H< nderson Corsets are designed
for every size and shape of figure,
large, average or slender. In our
large assortment of these models,
we have just the corset that has been
made for your particular figure. It
will fit you perfectly and give you
the supple, natural figure lines that
you want. And in comfort and last-
ing service, you’ll be completely sat-
You’ll be pleased to'find how mod-
erately priced these corsets are and
TmBNDEKJSOTMf what careful service you'll receive
from our salesladies.
Arthur Rhoads & Co.
ate nurse, given in the Training
School for Nurses at Oklahoma
City. If the number is approx-
imately the same this year, the
total number of degrees will be
Those who will be graduated
in June, 1914, are distributed as
to schools and degrees as fol-
College of Arts aud Sciences—
Bachelor of Arts, 74; bachelor
of science in medicine, 6. »
Graduate School—Master of
arts,' 8. »
School of Fine Arts—Bachelor
of music in piano, 4; bachelor of
music in voice, 1.
Col lege of Engineering-
Bachelor of science in electrical
engineering, 4; bachelor of sci-
ence in civil engineering, 2.
School of Law—Bachelor of
School of Medicine—Doctor
of Mediciue, 13.
School of Pharmacy—Phar-
maceutical chemist, 15; bachelor
of science in pharmacy. 1.
Twenty-oue of the graduates
in the College of Arts and Sci-
ences will also receive the Uui-
versity life teachers certificate.
We are wondering what Roy
Harris was doing in Guthrie
Adolph Berk is hauling oil
tools from Guthrie to the Carter
farm souih of here.
George Rouse has bought
10,000 mulberry trees to be de-
livered this coming fall.
Laurie Eberhardt was up from
Will Hogan is selling fruit
trees for the Stanuard Tree Co.
of Ottawa, Kansas.
Whew, where is your overcoat?
Are You in Arrears
on you. subscription ? You know
WE NEED THE MONEY
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Carr were
visiting in Oklahoma City a few
days last week.
Messrs, aud Mines. Lamar and
Harris called on Walter Bowen’s
Rev. Jesse Bates preached
two very interesting sermons at
Hopewell SundayUnorning and
mV. Burroughs was laid to
rest in the Martin cemetery last
A crowd of youug folks from
this vicinity took their dinut rs>
and went fishing Sunday bu' we
think that they either got lost
or forgot to bait their fish hooks,
as they never caught enough for'
Mnies. Willis Longm and;
Walter Graham were Guthrie,
Miss Elba Marshall add Mr. 1. j
m. Wright called at tlie Moore j
home Sunday evening.
Jessie Bates is teaching vocal
music at Hopewell.
Miss Edna Shellbammer called
at the Montgomery home Sun-
JUG’ : - L, WILLIAMS
Candidate i\>; the Democratic
nomination to Governor.
Cotne one, come all, both
short and tall, to the Bible
School, Sunday. That’s the
place and then’s the time when
you l-can get your troltin’ hr.i
Now is the time t” be thinking of Separators.
We have a few DeLaval separators on our hands
* whi. h we are going to sell at cost. These are
— on,. VJZZZtZL! S -H »~* machines and we will guarantee
show you how to build up a Bi- j ® £<j 5e in first class condition and to be in good
J -pair and running order. We have one nta-
and be branded. Come early to[^ chine we are offering lor $58 and three others
at $40. If you contemplate buying a separator
it will pay you to call and see us as this is the
lowest price the DeLaval separator has been
avoid the rush. We may run
short on tickets.
L. R. Wise, Pastor.
Card of Thanks
We wish to thault our fiUnda anti
neighbors who wore so kiutl lo usduiing
the sickness and death of our beloved
husband and father.
Mrs. 8. T Borrocohs
Pon Salk: One s'ngle anil one set
double buggy harness, and Dc Laval
Mrs, C. A. 4ansler.
® «sold for in Covie.
\ Roberts Hardware Co.
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