Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 1, 1914 Page: 1 of 4
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We are authorized to announce the
nainc of Miss Margaret Doolittle for
Superintendent of Schools of Lo-au
cruuty on the clfthiociatic tiphet subject
to the will of the voters at the •■lection
Clyde Kflight Doing Well
W. D. Knight returned’ the
last of the weel* from Chicago
wberef he took Clyde to the hos-
•pital for treatment. Five op-
erations were performed by one
of the most noted surgeons of
this country with very success
ful and gratifying results.
When Mr. Knight left there was
one minor operation to be made
on the hip which will lie done in
a week or two, after which the
doctors say Clyde wiil be in
'good shape and will, in a short
time, grow a strong and healthy
body. We are certainly glad to
hear this good news and rejoice
with the family in the complete
success of these operations.
To Our Subscribers .
IthaB been our custom every
fall to send out statements to
all our subscribers wbo were in
arrears in the leant, but have
not done so this year, nor will
•we for the present, thinking
that some may not have the
money to spare at this time.
However, there are some of our
readers who are a little behind
on subscription are in a position
to pay up and a year in advance
without missing the money to
any extent, and if they will do
this now it will be a great help
tiding us over the present de-
moralized cotton market period.
Also those who are not in a po-
sition to pay now, we hope will
do so at their very earliest con-
I Having leased the Coyie Feed
f Yard I will open for buainess
Oct. lst.'when will be in posi-
tion to take care of. the’ public
in this line. 1 will also Lave a
good livery in connection which
will be at the service of every
customer, at any time day or
night. I respectfully solicit a
.sliare of the public patjronage >
and guarantee the very best
service at any and all times at
Edgar Lower. •
See Clarence Wandell, Jr. or call at
the Clipper office for the Saturday Even-
ing Post, Sunday St. Louis Globe Demo-
crat, St, Louis I'ost- Dispatch and Oisla
Miss Lulu Clark is attending
school in Coyle.
Charley Longan called on
Lester Davis Sunday morning.
Jim Longan spent Sunday
with his brother, Elmer Longan.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Disney
spent Sqnday with John
Everybody and their neigh-
bors is busy canning apples and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson
left Tuesday to attend the fair
at Oklahoma City.
Mrs. Lena Kearns visited
Friday with her mother, Mrs.
Montgomery, in Coyle.,
Mrs. Wilbur Davis and child-
ren spent Sunday afternoon at
the J. C. Shaffer home.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bowen
and son Gerald, returned from
Perry Saturday evening.
Mrs. Clara Davis and daught-
er, Alta, spent Monday after-
noon with her sister, Mrs. Jones.
Sid Clark, Albert LaMar and
Jim Welch assisted Fred Mar-
shall stack his alfalfa hay,Mon-
day and Tuesday.
Messrs, and Mmes, Homer
Spurgeon, Alf Johnson and Mrs.
Cunduff left Tuesday for Okla-
homa City to attend Qthe state
fair. , *
Card of Thanks
We waiit’to express our heat-
felt thanks to littl Vernie’sdear
teacher and school mates for the
nice flowers they sent, to his
Suuday school teacher, • Mrs.
fthoads, also the kind friends
and neighbors in sickness and
Mr. and Mrs. Graham and
A good many are .sowing
The change in the weather is
Mrs. C. Saxton is on the sick
list this week.
The Saxton boys are picking
cotton for W. Majors.
•Albert Yost returned last
week from North Dakota.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barker are
p icking cotton for Jim Robinson,
Claude and Goldie Morrill
called on Mrs. Saxton Tuesdaj’.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Majors spent
Saturday at shopping in Guth-
Mrs. Majors who has been,
quite sick is able to be about
Mr. Hal lock and family left
suddenly for northern points
A few of the farmers were in
Guthrie this week hunting cot-
Mr. and Mrs. C. Saxton and
daughter spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mr.^ Marsh.
Mrs. Walter Smith spent a
few days with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs, S. M. Barker.
C. S. Henderson spent Sunday
at Bert Goulds.
Mary Drum spent Sunday
with Sylvia Henderson.
Mrs. C. R. Sylverter and child-
ren spent Sunday at W. H. Car-
There was a large crowd at-
tended church at the Brether
church Sunday night. *
Ed Henderson finished sowing
Mr. Deal of the H. D. O., Mul-
liall, was out in this vicinity,
Geo. Yiengst and wife spent
Sunday at Rollie Shoemaker’s.
John Harraman, Jr., and Cas-
sie Carrier spent Sunday at El-
AT COYLE OPERA HOUSE
Home Talent Play given by Per
kins Dramatic Club
CAST OF CHARACTERS:
Squire Hopkins..............................Rex Jack
, ..............................Ruby Clanin
-ilia, their daughter.....................Della Churchill
hled^dlQy...................... John Bartholomew
Abeit Read.................................Dr. Proctor
Stella Brown................................Detna Clanin
Josiah Brown............... Ross (’arson
hrancois, a servant....................Lenord Saint
Sedalia, Mo., Sept. 27, T4
Dear Sir:—I received my first
copy of your paper ok. and saw
some interesting news which T
would know in no other*way.
Come often, Clarkson Editor,
for I sure like to read your items
as I know nearly everybody in
Our State Fair started here
last Saturday, the 20th, and
closes the flrd ot October, so
that is alia person will hear for
the coming week. 'The people
are not looking for a very large
fail Hi is year oy account of the
drouth that struck the country
this summer. We are now hav-
ing bright ’sunshiny weather.
Hart e had some lit lit frost but
not enough to hurt anything.
Geo. E. Thomas.
Act I. Squire Hawkins home......Arrival of Dudley—“A fine
pair of turtle doves’’......Mr. Brown*arrives......How Sam .Smith
shot tiie mule.The quarrel......Curse you—you have shot me.
Act II The game of checkers......Reade insane.....Mr. Dudl-y
i> U*in?......^ fe,luire ar*J Brown go to a temperance meeting
Reades attempted crime..,...Come with me.....The* Squire and
Broym return from temperance meeting......The game of ball
Home, Sweet Horae.
Act III. Mr. Brown’s home......Arrival of the friends Sun
I)er......The unexpected kiss......The Squire’s lecture on agricul-
^ure The reconciliation......Lilia—Oh, my God! Lost to me
Admission 15, 25 and 85c
Tickets now on sale at Gephart’s
Mothers and Daughters
• The regular meeting of the
Mothers’Oand Daughters’ Club
was held at the pleasant home
ol Mrs. C. L. Minnich, Saturday
afternoon, Sept. 20. Several
guests and a large number of
the members were present.
After the usual roll call,
which was responded to by cur-
rent eveuts, the regular business
work of the club was taken up
and dispense'd with. The fol-
lowing program was then ren-
Duet, Mrs. L. C. Carr and Miss
Piano Solo, Miss Lucile Minnich
Paper, gllow to Dress School
Children, Mrs. J. N. Goble.
This proved to be anQinterest-
ing subject. Mrs. Goble brought J
out some very good and helpful f
points whicl’i were discussed and
enjoyed by all
Piano Solo) Miss Viola Goble, j
j Piano Solo, Mrs. Vora Minnich.
1 j The member beiiq ab , ut who
was to present a paper on ■•How i
to Prepare. Children's School1
■| |Lunches, various members of'
83 | the Club discussed the sub ft.'
Piano-Solo, Miss Ruth Bucko. I
Recitation, Miss Lucile’Minnich I
Recitation, Miss Louisa Thornlv !
Piano Solo, Miss Mary’ Graves. I
Then came a social time for
all during which a most delicious |
lunch was served.
One interesting feature of the
afternoon was the construction
of a Club Pie which all helped
P.raises are loud fpr Mrs. Min
nick and daughters who lav-
ished such loyal hospitality oil
the Club members.
The next meeting will be held
at the home of Mrs. Thomas
Disney, Saturday afternoon,
In the list of new members, in
the last report, the name of Mrs.
Walter Bridenstein was.omitted
by the editor.
Acting Press Reporter.
p|] J~V Set immediate relief rros
• a EL-j! Dr. Shoop's iHagu Ointment
II. C. Davis, a voung man living bo
tween here and Gnthrie, was in town
Monday In the interest of the candidacy
ol .Miss Doolittle for county ajipciIntcn-
dent, Miss Doolittle is pretty busy with
the schools of the county at this time,
hut does not seem to lack friends to car-
ry on her campaign woik. She has made
an excellent county superintendent and
about everyone in this end ot the county,
regardless of politics, ts boosting for
We arc glad to anuuunce to our cus
tomers that we have just received a ship
ment of those waterproof and seamless
Zig Zag shoes for men and hoya. Those
who have bought these shoes in the past
know that they do not rip, the water
will not go through and the soles can
not come oil because they aro nailed on
with old fashion shoe nails. Wo are ex
elusive agents for Coyle for these shoes.
Arthur Rhoads Co.
Write MeJu. School for mMaaawm
D... k IZU1 a* ILwikmi Sm
'CUOO. -I.l ■ hii.nl MWtlv^l—J
•iiHliui, <» b, f,mrn -iBTSl
I - if neglected, 1-utH y our —
In Ui. bat it out bn mmS
* < 1 Bj pi.rp.-r mining.
KANSA8 CITY *
CF.NO . FOR LATEST O-At At OQtfS
oul«vard and Wayne AirnKil
I & n-wWjLil el.,„ InstrecaonkT
' ma titu fttiriacfta as IntUnmAt
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PMJ THT^wcenirr wmftr
Don’t forget the Measuring Social at
the Montgomery homo, first door west of
the Christian church, October 7. Every
body is invited to come, old and young
The following pri gram will be given:
Kec. James Maryott;
Kec. Verna Fay IIowc;
Reading Pearl Arnet;
Duet, Montgomery twins;
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the World. Write today.
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SWFENEY AUTO SCt-IOOt-.
ms. E. 16th, St. KaswMB City, MO.
HO acres of land,cash and lime
Also crops of all Hods
Fheemont Boxven, Coyle,
18—tf Phone 54 Line L,
1 Mill End Remnant an
d Short Length Sale ^
| / m market we were lucky in buying a large assortment 'of B
Vju ^ -rt Outings, Percales, Ginghams, Calico Shirtings, Mer- |
1 tr. , C.e\r'r.Q0°ds a.,ld Silks, at a figure that enables us to sell them g
;VlU ?!i *10^lesale prices. We have just received these goods and have g
1 TK^coi :hem ^lt,h yardage and sale price tickets and place- on tables.
Vi.-1 ef *^9,ns Friday morning Oct. 2. Although there are several thousand
i t le.se remiiants; seasonable goods will not last long when offer-
lu at the prices quoted below. First come, first served. COME EARLY.
Outings - Outings
1,000 yards of Dark and Bight 10c and 121c
Outings, mostly in 5 and 10 yards lengths.
During Remnant Sale. ' «ir
yards ol Dark Comfort Outing, worth
lx pei yard, in 5 ^nd 10yard pieces, during
Remnant Sale per yard
Calicos and Shirtings
200 yards of Calico in Blue*and Gray. 1 to
8 yard pieces. During Remnant Sale..... 4jc
800 yards Imperator Shirting worth 10c
per yard in * au^i 10 yard pieces. .During
100 yards Everett Shirting in short lengths
the Remnant Sale Price.....................8 l-2c
Percales and Ginghams
800yards of 12*c Percales, 3Q in. wide, *in
Light patterns, Sale Price..... Hf-
7000 yards of Dark Dress Gfnghams, worth
Id and 12.1c per yard in 5 and 10 yard pieces.
During Remnant Sale.............................gic
flOO yards Amoskeg Apron Checks, worth
During Remnant tjjile per yard 6c
Mercerized and Wool Goods
800 yar.ds of 25c and 35c Ratines, Poplius.
Satins' and Creps, 4 to 0 yards lengths. Dur-
ing Remnant Sale, per yard....................19c
, '100 yards of ijtl Wool Goods, in mohair and
si'ige„m short pieces. Sale Price.........75c
1.00 yards of 50c and 00c ^ergesand Worst-
ed, 30 inches wide, all wool in short lengths,
per yard............................................... 35c
Remnant Sale. Starts Friday, Qct. 2, Continues 10 Days
We hope we may have the pleasure of seeing you in our store in the 1
next few days, as we are sure you will be greatly benefitted by the prices 1
we are making on the goods you are sure to need in the next few weeks.
F. E. HOUGHTON, $?£• i
Faye Maryott, Editor.
Miss Doolittle is visiting our
school today. We are glad to
see her again and hope she will
be re-elected this fall.
Willie and Joda Rhoads have
gone to the Fair,to return Sat-
urday. We miss them from
class but expect some fine com-
positions for ninth grade Eng-
ish when they return. No
doubt their experiences will
be many and tlieir compositions
Thursday, we were made to
believe that some European
aeroplane bad dropped a bomb
among us, but on investigation
found that Geneva Stewart had
stepped on a ca.fi belonging to a
Frankie King carried away
highest honors in the spelling
match held here last week.
Augusta Lewis was the lucky
the first "week and we are
cipating a lively contest to-
rovv. We find much truth in
stone, and the constant
We hear some very cotnpli-
Miss Houghton reports good
We have just received 600 pound, of
) wishing pure honey far cough syrup
id not be afrsii to use this as we
grantee it to be absolutely pure,
me in aud get a free sample
Arthur Kbcads Co.
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Wandell, Clarence F. Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 1, 1914, newspaper, October 1, 1914; Coyle, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc913803/m1/1/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.