Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 11, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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Cimarron Valley Fair
Guthrie, Sept. 16, 1!»
4 Big Days Chuck Full of Educational and Entertaining Features
From the present outlook this is going to be the biggest and best Fair
ever held in Logan County.
More entries have been made up to date in some departments than
have ever been made before.
COME! lei! your friends about it and ask them to come.
SECRETARY REDFIEIO -QUITS: ^s“ r.£ S&tiM
. "v____i .'ft (Tawti a
of San Quentin, 162 miles down the
SIXTH r AN TO DROP OUT OF «««* from San Diego
Commerce Secretary D.sagri d t.
.Hines Over the Purchase of
Steel for Railwaye.
The best facts of the Fair
Guthrie Day—Harnsss Races auu Running Races,
will be pulled off on this day.
Educational and County Day—On this day all school children ol the ( oun' -v
will be admitted free of charge. At 10 o'clock A. M. a demonstration in Cap-
onizi ,g will be given and following that a demonstration and lectuie
working with and caring for bees. Don t miss them.
Derby Day-On this day there will be nothing but running races, and lovers
ol running races cannot afford to miss this day. At lo o'clock there will oe
given a demonstration aud lecture on Ghees; m i.Ging.
Auto Day—and there will be nothing but aulo races tins day and there wnl ne
some fast going as Phil Traband say that he has received letters from some
of'the fastest Dare Devil divers in the country say ing that they be here and
take part At 10 A. M. there will be given a lecture and demonstration in
spraying and pruning, by Mr. Nesbitt, of the State Board of Agriculture.
Historical Pageant Has Been Cailed OH
Wesincerely rtgret to announce that we shall be unable to have the Ilistoi
ical Page ml presented as advertised. We acted in good faith and went to
considerable expense an 1 trouble to secure this high class production, and
will hasten to inform the public that it must be cal lei oft for tit ■ reasons v t
forth in Miss McHenry’s letter which follows-
“1 regret to inform yon that my physician lias insisted upon my giving up
the Guthrie pageant aud tak ng a complete rest tor several weeks to prevent
a nervous breakdown. I have no one to take my p’ace and under the circum-
stances I must follow his instructions. I am sincerely sorry that my health
has forced me to take this step. Very Duly, FRANCES McHENKA
For any information, write R. A. Hallenbeck, Mgr. Cimarron Valley Fair.
Washington‘-William C Redfieh-,
secretary cf commerce has tendered
his resignation to President G iUoa
and it has been accepted, effective
Secretary liedfleld, in annoum ing
his resignation, said he found it neees
sary to give immediate attention to
personal business affairs, adding that
lie was anxious to return to private
life after spending more than eight
years in Washington
Announcement of Mr. Redfleld s
resignation did not come as a sur-
prise. Since his disagreement with
Director General ol Railroad Hines
regarding prices for steel several
months ago, it had been almost com-
mon gossip that he contemplated
early retirement from the president's
President Wilson was in Europe
when Mr. Redfleld with the approval
of the executive set up a board to
agree upon fair prices for necessities
with a view to stimulating production.
Mr. lllnes refused lo accept the pic s
tor rteel agreed upon between the
board and the industry, contending
that it was too high The controvei
final' y was referred
at Paris No formal announcement of
the result was made but soon attei
wards the board was dissolved and
Mr. llines proceeded to buy steel foi
the railroad administration in the
open market on competitive b.d
Mr. Redfleld is the ,i\th man to
leave the cabinet during the .-i' veai
of President Wilson’-: administration.
Others were Secretary of State Bi an
Secretary of War Garrison, Secretao
of ihe Treasury McAdoo, AUoiuc-
Wilson to Review Fleet *t Seattle
-cattle—President WilsoD will re
view the Pacific fleet here at t p n..
Saturday September 1?
Ct.icag > Firm buys C>. -■ ptie,. E)»; racks
Lawton — Building* of Camp from
l han at Fort SU1, were sold to Han is
Brothers ot Chicago for 161,000
Twenty thousand men from Missouii
and Kansas were trained at Camp
Doniphan foi the Thirty-fifth division
of the national army.
Six Aliena Eeacane From El lie (eland
New York m attens who have
i.een held at Blits Island awaiting de-
portation escaped, It was announced
by Immigration officials
VILLA FLEES WITH “ARMY”
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Galw ton, Texai -Francisco Villa,
Mexican bandit chief with but eighty
men. the remnant of his army Is flee-
ing in the mountains near Durango
rit' closely pursued by a troop of
1 ant Mexican cavalry led by General
Castro follow ini three defeats in
clashes with troops under Generali
Manuel Dieguez, according to reports
In these engagements fought near
D City inta Gabi lei and Mou|(|
bre De Dios Villa cavalry was eom-
pieiely routed, the report- said 356 of
hi; followers being killed and SsK)
horses captured along with a large
amount of munition and equipment.
Villa with his chief aid Martin Lo-
[... i managed to escape aud fled into
untalns - lo -1 • followed b»
cavalry led by General Cesario Gas
Washington—Regret over the firing
at an American army airplane on the
bordei has been expressed by the
Mexican government it was announc
ed by the state department Atem
ances were given that an immediate
investigation would be made witb a
, adjtf tment il*e
expression of regret was made by the
i< tin ministei of foreign affalis after
the American emoa3*y at Mexico City
iian formally called attention ic ttit
report of the incident by the Aoiart-
ciu consul at Nuevo Laredo
EUFAULA MURDERER OUT
from • Life
F. S. Bobbitt M. i).
Practice of General Medicine and
Surgery. Office up stairs over Hougton
Bldg. Phone 63
ROBT. X. WADE, SI. I).
Physician and Surgeon
Calls answered promptly day
or night. Office across siree!
from Clipper office.
Phone, Residence 58, Office 6fc
Wo cry sales of all kinds- satisfaction
guaranteed. Farm sales a specialty.
Phone Clipper office for dates.
AMERICAN GENERAL HAS
COMPLETED THE JOB HE
WENT TO DO
GREAT WELCOME IN NEW YORK
City Holds Greatest Demonstration in
Its History to Celebrate Return
of the Mao Who Conquered
New York—New York held a three-
day celebration beginning early Mon-
day morning which will be the
greatest celebration In the city's his-
bay lo meet the tiansport Leviathan
and extended to the returning com-
mander of the A. E. F. the first wel-
•ome home greetings as he approached
lis native land.
Directly after landing at the Ho-
joken pier General Pershing was
lurried across the Intervening water
o the battery and thence by automo-
iile to the New York city hall where
lie first formal reception was held.
The parade was the most compre-
hensive affair of its kind ever known
here. The guard of honor consisted
if the First division, its depleted
ranks filled by replacement troops.
Thousands of pieces of war apparatus,
consisting of guns large and small,
horses, mules and motor vehicles
from the battle front and many bear-
ing the scars of battle, were in the
line which will require more than four
hours to pass ihe reviewing stand.
Wm. C. Redfield.
General Gregory and Attorney General
McReynolds, who was appointed to
the supreme court.
LABOR MEET OCT03ER 6
All Organizations Will Be Represent-
ed by Delegates
COL. MCVIGKER & 30ft
Will cry sales on short notice and at
reasonable rates. Merchandise ar.irea
estate sales solicited. Have suited others
cansuityou. Call at our expense.
Telephone 73. Waukomis, Okla
I A. F. and A. M
The regular Comuni
cation^ of the Cimano*
Lodge No. 184 are held on til
lirRt and third Monday nigh' j f|
of etch mouth Jut ^the Ea;.rh-tr 1 ®
BTl ’ !
J W Eckman, Vora L. Mintjic
,, .v W M
Berger No Longer Socialist Officer.
L Berger of Milwaukee, retired as a
member of the national executive
committee of the national socialist
party and announced he would not b«
* candidate lor re-election. 1 hav*
been a member of the committee evei
since the party was organized,” said
Berger, "and all I ever got out of IT
was a twenty-year prison sentence.
John Hagel of Oklahoma City wa*
elected a member of the executive
Washington.—The conference call-
ed by President Wilson to discuss re-
lations between labor and industry
will meet Oct. 6 aud will be composed
ol 5 person ‘ 1 ’
of commerce ol the l nited States, 5
by the National Industrial Board. 15
by the American Federation of Labor,
3 by fanning organizations, and 3 by
investment bankers, and 15 by lepie-
Bentatives of the public.
tut NEW WEST MAGAZINE
‘•Bu-lilicu The Weet”
T.tijl bed 1910—For tbe development a!
* -ten I duJtriea, agriculture, mining, oil, a) 4
iconic a ■ actions. Of iiAUrcat to the Western
Invest • l inner and uiKUTsucr. Printed on hi«n
y•- .j, r with copper half-tone illuntrations.
Ve ft : opy, 20c. Sample, 10c. 3 Hack na.n*
t--. f ‘ t. Send now The New Wust Mngv
t'n 1 Walker Bank Bldrt., Salt Lake City.
\ ' i White Bldg Seattle, Wash ; 11
C ' iJIUlf-. Detroit, Nllch. Add’-tss near*
est off it-.-, or place y>xu *uber,option throu^l
,rn N«w*p»ptfP Vr
General Pershing #
tory. Gen. John J. Pershing was the
center of the whole affair, which in-
cluded receptions and banquets galore
and a mammoth parade down Fifth
avenue Wednesday monjjng, led by-
ay General Pershlhg.
Secretary of War Baker and many
other officials Joined the official wel-
Utfl UAJIViaao jwiucu v**v v«*v.w. ” /,.’f jA y
yty Which went aowzi the! Jg § '
Canada Against One Article
Ottawa, Ont.—Strong opposition to
article X of the league of nations cov-
enant is developing here. At a cau-
cus of liberals last week tt was decid-
ed to ask for more time to study the
treaty and also to ask the goverpment
for more information with regard to
article X and the obligations Canada
must assume in the event of ratifica-
tion As a result of this decision Sir
R«bert Borden and D. D Mackenzie,
the opposition leader, held a ccafor
ence and agreed to postpone debate on
tbe treaty for a week._ «
If you a I
German Soldiers Kill American.
Coblenz.—-Private Reass Madsen, of
Sacramento, Calif., was shot and In-
stantly killed by German soldiers in
the neutral zone about a mile from
the boundary ot the Coblenz bridge-
head. Madsen and Private Bert Bal-
singer ol the Eighth intuntry, vho
had been on outpost duty, were deer
hunting when they encountered a Ger-
man patrol of thirteen soldierr Ac-
cording to Balsinger, the Germans
began firing without asking an expla-
nation as to why the two Americans
were in the neutral zone
i ia< ni \\ Uwn Ml
I Fish a Greek India*
ol Euf. ila, who was convicted ot mur-
der In 1 nd n a life sentence.
i i. h and two other Indian boys, in
l!t-i i, while Intoxicated, killed a dt p-
- i ted States marshal. One of
the boys turned state's evidence at he
time and botli of them have since died
leaving Fish to serve the sentence.
Judge Melton of Eufaula has been
working with Congressman Hastings
on Fish’s case and interested Com-
missione: Cato Sells. For two months
past Sells, Hastings and Melton have
been conferring with the attorney
general try ing to secure a pardon for
Fish, who will be discharged in-
Commissioner Sells has been as-
sured by the warden of the peniten-
tiary that Fish has no stain on his reo-
ord but has been a model prisoner.
Fish is now 31 years of age.
Miller Bros. Hog Sale* Large
Ponca City—A carload of hogs for
each week during 1918 was the record
of shipments from the 101 Ranch hero
to market, or a total sales off the
ranch in hogs alone of 1197,000. This
year will net show so well for the rea
son that the Miller Brothers are per
mining their herds to run out in or-
|i to stock up again, stronger than
ever before, yvith all standard bred,
registered hogs. Henceforward they
expect to make hog growing one of
ihe chief industries on the famous
Noble county ranch.
Traces of Missing Army Fliers Found,
San Diego, Cal.—Searchers for Lieu-
tenants F. B. Waterhouse and C. H.
Connelly, army aviators, who have
been missing from Rockwell field
since August 20, reported by radio
the men were last seen while flying
Henry Andrews, bank robber, who
is serving a twenty year sentence in
the state prison at McAlester, asked
the criminal court of appeals to dis-
miss his appeal which was granted.
This has the effect of affirming the
conviction and sentence. Andrews
*robbcd H e Farmers State Bank at
Garvin, in McCurtain oounty, of
1773.13 in May, 1917.
City Meat Market
* V . C , QIBSON, Prop.
Salt ant’ Fresh Meats. Pish
nvoi'v P<” ud Saturday.
I* • .
| ' . Ice
and Lunch Good*
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Wandell, Clarence F. Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 11, 1919, newspaper, September 11, 1919; Coyle, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc913344/m1/3/: accessed December 8, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.