Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 24, 1921 Page: 1 of 4
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Entered as Second-Class Mail Matter
at the Postoffire at Coyle, Oklahoma
COYLE, Logan County, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1321
VOLUME 20, NUMBER 37
L. 1 . Metz is here frofn Pioi
i Locael News Items
Mrs. .1. Cundiff was in .town Sat-
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Mrs. Roupc visited. Mrs. R. II.
Stookton. , t
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.lift.. John \ auglui is-oil the sick
-SUBSCRIBE FOR THIS PAPER!
,1. 11. Foster was in Coyitf Saiur-
•Mrs. Ruby Hart is visiting her
■dottier, Mrs. Hill.
Miss Nina Coliei* is oi^ the sick
• Airs. Eva Shelton visited in Coyle
* C. S. Reed and E. S. Carter went
tf> Guthrie Monday? •
C. Sauet a here" from
Mrs. J. <
,Mr. and Mrs. Brewer were in town
Mr. S. W. Whitfield came over
Mrs. Ray McGill was here shopping
Mrs. Stanhrough wa- shopping in
Dr. Swallow and John Ecknutn
went to Guthrie Sunday.
Mrs. Otto Wright is reported on
the siek list.
Reports are that oil has been
found in the Roxana teat, bve .
mites northeast nf Guthrie, a4-,
most straight cast of Crescent.
I he ruurur states that the drif-
ters have stopped work, waiting
Tickets are being printed for the
spring election. •
Mrs. Sarah Inman will be home
form Stroud* next Saturday.
Bruce Surgeon was in Coyle Tues-
day on business.
Lawrence Thing went to Oklaho-
ma City Sunday. «
Ed Stockton wont to Oklahoma
City Wednesday on business.
Mrs. J. M. Luster visited Mrs.
State Crop Notes
TO THE PUBLIC
Q'lite a ha*d ruin Saturday and
Sunday. Coo’er, today
Mrs. Teal and Mrs. Lee Knox went
to tiuthri# Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Pirish. we*e in
#our city Saturday. • h
U. ('. IvtcLure has been quite sick
ior a couple of days.
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Aits. Arthur Rhoads went to Ok
ml oma City Wednesday.
The City Bakery will be closed
after ten a. m. on Sundays.
2tc ’ O. CJ3LE.
The well at Alulhall is down 150fl
leet, and the drillers are setting the
lu inch easing. 23UU.feet of 8-inch
easing .lias been ordered, and they
expect to string it as soon as it ar-
rives. They have been havirtg lots
of trouble, the last few days, but
are getting strung out now, and a
phone call litem Lawrence Terhune
Tuesday night said they would make
hole fast from now on.
Temperatures above normal pre-
vailed during the past t^vo weeks
and scattered showers occurred. All
farm work is well in hand and mak-
ing usually rapid progress, yhe small
grains continue to make satisfactory
growth; but little damage by green
Lugs has When, imported. The pea-aph-
is, similar in appearance to the green
bug, has appeared in large numbers
and can readily be l'oufld in "alfalfa
and clover fields. A period of warm
weather would stimulate the increase
of the enemies of these jnsects and
perhaps save crops from the devasta-
tion of 1907. , *
The wheat crop continues in favor-
able condition wftfc soil moisture
generally ample. Considerable ap-
prehension prevails concerting the
green bug which is now reported
Mr. and Mrs. Billie Kerns were in
town on business Raturday.
Mr. and Airs. Wilber Persing went
to Oklahoma City Sunday evening. s
—You can get what’s coming to you
when in the bail chair at The Coy
Barber Shop. —Try them. ■ tfc
W. D. Knight and Charlie Eekmaa
motored to Haskell Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Stockton and
family went to Stillwater Sunday.
Misses Fay Maryott and l.aVtrn
Goble drove to Stillwater Sunday.
Air. and Mrs. Frank Phillips went
to Perry Saturday for a week's visit.
Airs, Agg was shopping in town
and mingling with friends Saturday. A. W. Kennedy and J. I. Graham
• . | were shopping in C-yvle from Route
Airs. W K. Kern and Mr ” 1 “ *
Knight cime in*!'rom Rom ■ J to p
1 he lei i :* — ii vi'i l is •!*
The Mothers’ Club met with Mrs.
vV ilber Persmg Thursday.
Quite a few on the job*ht the Park-
ing place for men only.
*A company is said to have been
formed to put down a well west of
Crescent. Not much information is
available at present as to their ex-
act plhns, but the farmers are said
to be behind the project to get that
test put down.
Wanted—A few morn brick press
iir . Stref't Walker & Co.
Charlie Carrr exhibited some fine
hogs at the stock show at Oklahomn
City last week.
Let’s have a Clipper picnic this
summer. Every subscriber take lunch
and meet for a grand gossip.
Larkin Upchurch returned to Coyle
anduy from Stillwater.
Clarence Phillips is batching All
girls are invited to sample his cook-
Work is proceeding steadily o^t
near Hennessey, at.the Bugg test,
and the bit is reported working in a
hard lime. The 5-ineh casing hauled
in last week has not been put in the
hole as yet, and Contractor J. B. Lei-
bee does not not intend to run itjun-
til it is found necessary. A 5-inch
bit and stem is lying on the rack in
c^ase it is needed, an indication that
Mr. Liebee believes in preparedness.
Mrs. N.M. Webster was in Coyle
Saturday f?om AUilhulI.
j Mr. Griffin is off of his run for*a
f< m days. We miss him .
Mr. Hitchcock, Manager for thi
Retailers Firetelnsurance Company of
Oklahoma City, was In Coyle Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bixler of*Ok-
lahoma City are the proud parents
of a ten and a half pound boy.
As soon as the after .dries up
let’s go to the park and plant flow-
ers. We fleed more eneouragenfent.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. D.
Barrett, is home and doing fine. t
Paul Gray and* Gerald Peterson
were up'from Guthrie Saturday.
R. X. Wade, M. D
Sylvester Smith'; atul Gordon
Roupe "from Kingfisher, gpeut the
week-end in Coyle v .th friends and
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
sown has a favorable start and is
well up to a good stand. Bariev and
rye are in good*condition. Corn plan-
ting i- extendi;.£,— uni' liwaiu. 'ini
acreage. promises to at least equal
that of last year.
An increased potato acreage is iff
prospect.Planting has extended to all
parts of the state. All firms, asso-
ciations and growers expecting to
sell sweet potato plants or vine cut-
tings are required to have potatoes
officially inspected before bedding.
Sweet potatoes in storage have gen-
erally come through the winter with
a minimum of loss. „
PeaiJjes, apricots and plums are in
full bloom. A number o| instances
loss was'occasioned by the recent
Call* aniwered promptly day or night
Unite acruu street from the Clipper
The Roxana test well in Lawrie
ti.'A -hjp, 5 miles northeast of Guth-
rief is down 1600 feet and the \en-
inch casing has been set and the 8-
ineh run in. m
Oil scouts from all parts of the
state are Jiere watching this test
which they are all confident will
open a great new field in Oklahoma.
Airs ,F. Ay Stockton and Mrs. Jno
Vaughn went to Guthrie Friday.
Look around your home.
In evei i :«y ..<£■_ t
there’s something that
would look a whole lot
better if you would give it
a coat of Perma-Lac.
Anything made* of wood,
metal or plaster, «an be
made new by the applica-
tion of Perma-Lac.
Harry Hamilton, co'.iMnjwf Mrs. F
A. Stockton, was operated on last
Saturday morning and is getting
Phone: Residence 58; Office 68
Mrs. A. J. Poling and daughter
were shoppers in Coyle last week.
Mrs W. A. Whitney moved his vul-
nizing business to Perkins Monday.
Misses Lowel and Florence Goble,
and Mr. Paul Goble, who are attend-
in rchool in Stillwater
for V e week-end. 4
The regular communications of tha
Cimarron Lodge No. 184 are held on
the firnt and third Monday nights
of each month at the Eagleeton Hall.
RUEL GEPHART, W. M.
CHAS. ECKMAN, Sec. •
came n >me
Mr. midairs M. F. Fruin. Mr. W.
F. Hitch* ock, Misses Fraifcis Phillips,
Annabel Hinton, Carlotta and Geral-
dine Fruin, Earl Bucham and James
Maryott n otored to Guthrie Friday
night, so Mr. Hitchcock could catch
the train for Oklahoma City.
Save the surface and
W. . Bentley and W. .F. Remaster
were in town on business Saturday.
It doesn’t take experience.
Costs almost nothing and
takes very little time.*
The Skill is in the Can.
You can’t call using Per-
ma-Lac “work” — it’s a
“New Things for Old’'
The country school marms had a
bad day to get to the.r schools Mon-
O CITY MEAT MARKET O
O - to
O GIBSON BROS., Prop.. O
A number of the farmers have
planted corn. Prospects are good for
big crops everywhere around Coyle.
Little complaint about bugs in the
wheat and alfalfa. Gardens never
looked better for this time of the
year. Come to Coyle and join The
E. H. Meats, from Grainola, visited
Mi. and Mrs. Noe^ Jacobs for a few
O Complete line of Fre.h end O
O Sell Meat.. Fi.h "end Oy«- O
O . ter. in Seaton. Highe.t O
O market price paid for stock O
Those who are in a "run down” con-
dition will notice that ^Catarrh bothers
them much more than when the^’ are
In good health. This fact proves that
while Catarrh Is a local disease, it Is
greatly influenced by constitutional
conditions? HALL’S CATARRH
MEDICINE Is a Tonic and Blood Puri-
fier, and acts through the blood upon
the mucous surfnecs of the body, thus
reducing the Inflammation aud restor-
ing normal condition-, m
All druggists. Circulars free.
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohloi °
Aliss Annafay Cohee entertained
the Junior Aid Society Sautrday af-
Line up and let’s count noses and
invite our editor to lead the grand
march for our Clipper picnic. When
the weather warms up let every sub-
scriber that can come, bring u lunch
and we’ll count on a good time as
well as a good talk from our editor.
Lcfc’s all get acquainted and boost for
The Clipppr, and better Coyle, also.
—LIVE STOCK AND GENERAL—
- FARM SALES -
Phone 25 on L. Coyle, Okie.
Air. and Airs. Persing .and Mrs.
John Vaughn went to Stillwater, on
CONGRESSMAN SWANK WRITES
The following letter from Hon. F.
B. Swank, representative in congress
front this, the fifth Oklahoma district,
was received by the editor of this
pap£v the first of the week; “Dear
Friend—I arrived in Washington on,
Wednesday afternoon and have just
located an office. They say the spec-
ial session wiU convene on April 11th
and I do not know just how Jong it
will stay in session. ? will be back
in the district just as soon as it is
possible. Be sure and call one me
for any favors 1 can do you up here
and when you think of anything you
want done just ring the •oeii and I
will do my best, Kindly send me
your paper at Washington. With
best wishes I am, Your friend, Fc B.
Quite a bunch of young folks
went to Perkins to the da^ice Thurs-
day nlfcht. .
Mrs. Enlow, who has been seri-
ously 11, is out of danger and on the
road to recovery. •
Will cry .ale. on .hort notice and at
rea.enable rate.. Merchandi.e and
real estate .ale. solicited. 1 have
suited others and can suit you. Call
at our expense—Phone 73.
Aliss Bretta Qrendorff, Dwight
Disney, Inez Gordon, Isaac McKu-
mey, K. C. Gibsu*l, Miss Vera Un
ger, Mabel Price, Henry Burcham,
Miss nettie Shelton, Edgar Lewis,
Mises Gertrude Roeftger, Ruby Ar-
nett, Gill Jennings, Fmnev Vosberg
and Ben Dobson attended the dance
at Pcrkings Thursday evening and
report th. best tim- ever.
Mrs. Verna Maryott, Mrs. Newt
Goble and Mrs. Dick Goble drove over
to Stillwater Friday.
We are sorry to hear Mrs. E. M.
Barnes has been quite ill and hope
for«a speeTly convalescenc.e
T\TOW conn!’the Pigs Calves-Colts—Limbs. Time for work
IN l.otars aud mules to shed. Time to tone them up and drive
cut the Wuims.
Dr. Hess Stock Tonic •
A Spring Conditioner and Worm E*puller
feci) it to y..ur fiwj for its jy.tern toning. bowel-cleansing, sppetiring ef-
fect. «r. I to ii.il .lltien them for allying. It moan, more milk feed it to brood
Is lo dove out tile woinia It relieves blood Sows ot I onstlp.tlou.
El, till Iiiceuil l.iubiiis lime It cants Ins ionics tor die digestion. lai«-
Uees to. the Dowels. Uiuretns for the kidneys. Vermifuges for the wu*us
Why pay the Peddler Twice My Price?
IW have the Dr. Hess Agency. Call on us.
Earl Feinting and Miss Lena Hen
thorn attended the carnival at Guth
rie Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reed ,Mrs. C.
S. Reed, Charles Lester McLure mo-
tored to Stillwaater Saturday, o
fruit crop Still safe.
The fruijt crop of Logan county is
still safe, no injury to buds of any
kind having as yet been done by cold
Fruit of all kinds, with the except-
ion of apples and cherries, is in full
bloom, and if there is no freezing
weather in the next two weeks the
county will have the largest crop on
With no snow or cold weather in
sight clear to the Canadian border
and the spring birds all here it looks
as though we might get through
March as we did in 1900 without
any freezing weather.
The Park committee would like
to have some one donate some men
to plant the shrubbery that has been
C. L. MINNICH
TUI us haw much slack you have U’f have a package to suit.
Can’t you raise $1.50 a year for
The Clipper, or are you saving that
$1.50 for malaria tonic from across
Authorized Sales and Service Station
Using Genuine Ford Parts
The juniior boys and girls class of
the Christian church were enter-
tained by Miss Carlotta Fruin last
Friday night and report a good time.
All kinds Welding - Oxy-Acetylene
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Wandell, Clarence F. Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 24, 1921, newspaper, March 24, 1921; Coyle, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc913529/m1/1/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.