Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 1, 1914 Page: 4 of 4
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'T'HIS star on the heel of a shoe means
that it is an honest leather shoe,
just as “18 K” means honest gold in
Roberts,. Johnson & Rand have built
up the world’s largest shoe business by
giving the wearer better shoes for his
money. No substitutes for leather ever
They make more shoes than any other
manufacturer. The more they make
the less they cost to make. This saving
goes into extra quality.
There are lots of good shoes, but—
“Star Brand Shoes
Get your money’s worth. We sell the
Genuine “ Star Brand ” Shoes, with the maker’s
name on the sole and their star on the heel.
Made in all styles, grades, and sises—all
prices—for every member of the family.
Don’t just go into any store and ask for them,
but come to us.
Arthur Rhoads & Co., s<fora>ynk’
“THE HOME OE GOOD SHOES”
- I Steel cut , |;
COVAN Steel Cut
Coffee roasted fresh
OUR COFFEES ARE FRESH ROASTED EACH
R. !i. M. Macaroni
Full pound box ioc,
3 for 25c •
R. B M.
de r , a full
I * pound of good
35c Screw Driver for
FOR THIS WEEK
Fine, fat mackerel
10c, 3 for 25c
600 lbs. of pure Cali-
Honey 12 l=2c lb.
COVAN Steel Cut
Coffee, roasted fresh
Scrub Brush ioc
50c Butcher Knife 35c
Basting Spoon 5 and 10c
Heavy galvanized steel shovel
18 inch handle, 15c each
Galvanized 10 Qt. §
CIMARRON VALLEY CLIPPER,
C. F. WANDELL, Editor and Publisher.
Established 1900. Published Every Thursday. Subscription 1.Q0^
Entered at the Postoffice at Coyle, Oklahoma, as Second Class Mai
R. B. M. Steel Cut
Roasted each week.
business here agsin the first of Octubcr
Edgar knows how to run thi9 bind of
business and will no doubt innke a suc-
cess of the venture.
The bottom simply dropped out of the
Arthur Rhoads & Co.
F. J. Boutin, M. D.
One tiling you can teel certain of when
you tradejwilh us is that you will get
quality at all times. We will not buy
goods that are not good, no matter how
cheap they may be. We first consider
quality, then price. When you get any
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(let your school supplies at Fortune’s
Mis. Smaliey was here from Stillwater
the last of the week.
Don’t forget that the M. E. Aiu meets
at Mrs. E. E. Green’s tomorrow after-
noon. All members expected to he pre
"The Squire’s Daughter" at the Coyle
opera house Saturday night by Perkins
home talent. Dou’t fail to sue this pro-
local cotton market the first nf the week thing from us not satisfactory, we make
and we have been practically out of
market this week. It is expected that
there will he seme kind of a market soon
after the first cf <Ictober
it satisfactory; you take no risk
Arthur Rhoads Co,
Sole agents for Quail, R. B- M. and
DR. G. W. WYATT
Physician & Snrgeon
Particular attention to obstetrics.
Glasses fitted correctly at lowest prices.
Teeth extracted. All calls attended
promptly. Over 25 years in practice.
Housephone 15, Office phone 24
1. V. Kennedy, of Perkins, democrat
ie candidate for Trensurer of Payne
Don’t forget the play at the opera
house Saturday night.
Mrs. Knight, of Broken Arrow,, visit-
ed Mrs. C. S Reed last week,
Guy Thomas left the last of the week
fur a trip ovea the western states
Mr. and Mrs. tl 11. Lee were slate fair
visitors the two first days of the week,
Reports come from Wichita Glut M, E.
Wbipplo, formerly of ibis place suffered
the loss of fils house and all contents by
fire the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Mer’e Nliaw
Used iu the new baptistry at the vims- _ (o . ^ wgs ,,ere 8atur<Uy meeting the
tlan church Sunday evening. 1 lie new l boya trom north of the river. Kennedy
baptistry Is a mighty nice arrangement, I > flne f#1|ow Md mlke
made of concrete and is something the j ^ (f tQ U|,g offluei Besides a
church cau well feel proud of. man wll0 |ia8 run a country newspaper
There wa, p"^^oth churches ! H >oog ^ •»<*>"" 8(’mClbiD«
Will be at Dr. Boutin’s office, Coyle,
Okla,, first Monday in each month and
remain one week. Get an appointment
early lu the week, Phone 24.
Willie and Jodu Rhoads are taking In
the slate fair at Oklohoma City today
Mrs. E. A. Kyt.n will make her home
with Mr. aid Mrs, E. M. Barnes this
Mr, and Mrs, Stein, of Stillwater,
were hcru Sunday f< r » visit at the Flet-
Mr. McMann, who was recently ap-
pointed carrier on route 4 will make his
first trip today.
Mrs. Theo. Lower and Mrs. E. K.
Green wont to.Ok lahoma*City Bat i day
to visit their daughters and take in the
slate fair, returniug Sunday evening.
A deal was closed yesterday whereby
Mrs Mary G Smalley traded her prop-
erty on west Lee street to Win C, Gra-
ham for an 80 acres In Lincoln county.
Miss Margaret Doolittle was in town
today visiting our schools and campaign-
ing a little ou the side. This office ac-
Kuowledges a short but pleasant call.
The past week has been Hue weather
for cotton | lekiug hod a great dfal of
this product is coming iu now Most of
it is beingjhaled aud will lie hold for a
E. M. Barnes and family autoed to
Drumright Sunday aud took In the lights,
at the oil towu.
Mrs. Champion and daughter, I helrna,
were down from Pawnee for u Sunday
visit with relatives hero.
We understand that Mr. Jordan, the
new postmaster at Langston, will take
over that office today,
County surveyor Rankin is here from
Guthrie today surveying the Incorporated
lines on the (south side of towu,
Mr and Mrs Claud Harncs aud Imby
of Oklahoma City, are visiting his pa-
rent* Mr, and Mrs, E. M. Urines.
Edgar Lower came In last evening and
is busy putting his livery and feed stable
in shape. Edgar has put In s me mighty
good slull and will make a strong bid
In Coy le at aln Bpnday with a good at -
tendance at b ith place* Cojle iss two
pretty good young ministers and they
deMvuf * sermon worth going In hear.
Mrs. MeCnllistcr accompanied the pastor
out from Guthrie Sunday and took part
Iu the services.
Guy Carr, of Oklahoma* City, was a
pleasant caller at this office Monday
morning and made his title read clear to
the home paper. Mr. and Mrs. Carr have
just returned from a l;tht arcing ’rip t"
the Pacific, coast country and report h
splendid trip. Guy Is greatly pleased
with California ami her climate.
Slate Treasurer "Boh’’ Dunlop an-
nounces that the state Is now on a strict-
ly cash basis ami all state warrants will
be cashed as soon .■# issued. This la the
first time ill the history ol Oklahoma
that those eonnitlons have »istcdt and
betides having the money t* h>*>'
warrants there Is a nice balance H*'
Mr. l.croil aud Mr. Richards, two
Payne county progressive candidates,
were campaigning in Paradise township
Tuesday and took dinner at the E. M.
Any one wishing strictly fresh roasted
cofleo can get It from us as wo get a
shipment each week right from the
rrastcr. It has all the strength and na-
vor of the berry. Try a can of our R.
I). M. at 28c or our Covan at 33c.
better in this life and not be compelled
to w'tiit for all his bleissings in the next
world Vote for I. W. Kennedy.
Your child may he relther dull -------------------r-----
indo cut—eye strain causes a dislike for arrested on the charge of helping a pris-
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The negro Shaffer, who is being held
in the jail at Guthrie on the charge of
burnlng-the two gins at Crescent last
spring, made his escape Friday night by
sawing off the Iron bars on ono of the
windows. lie was recaptured Sunday
morning about ten o'clock at the house
of a colored man six miles southeast of
Guthrie and is now back In jail for safe
keeping, Tho negro at whose house
nor Soaffer was at when captured was also
books Have the eyes tested and begin
the school year right,
Leslie C. Carr,
Doctor Wade's office 1st'aud 3rd
oner to escape. The other two who es-
caped with Shaffer were picked up at
J. H. KNIGHT
Now located in Coyle, Okla
Does a general practice of Vetin-
ary, Medicine, Surgery and
Dentistry. Phone 26
ROBT. X. WADEJ.D.
Physician and Surgeon
Calls promptly attended day or night
Office over Roberts Hardware.
Residence phone 58, Office phone 08
For Salc: A 22
Inquire at this office.
Arthur Rhoads Co.
Edgar Lower has leased the feed yard
and will engage In the livery and feed
Dick Goebel, John Eckman , Ben Dob-
son Jr,, and Frank Buck man, autoed to
Oklahoma City Bundag to tako In *ri.>
sights at thy state fair. The lioyl n p .rl
a splendid time and a nice trip with the
.execution of the small annoyance caused
by cattle, dogs, chickens and other do-
mestic animals who seemed to Inslit on
getting lu Dick’s way.
The Coyle school building was thor-
oughly fumigated Friday evening.
Rhucl Qephart, Arthur liboads and M.
E Frulu did tho work, a^.d from reports
coming to this office, M. E Isn't foolish-
ly brave when it conics to luciug tbc|
danger line, not cvyi when the way is
open for honorable retreat. • We fear
Malcom would never do for the German
a-1- u ►,: ►At wm. ► £
J Choice Oklahoma Farms to sell on easy terms. |
' Insurance of all kinds written In standard Co’s. |
THEO. LOWER i
Real Estate, Loans and \
\ I owest and best terms on farm loans. A gen-
^ exchange bureau in connection. See me if
i you have anything to trade.
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C. M. COMPTON, M.D.
Does a general practice.
Special attention given to the
treatment of diseases of the
eye. Office in Peoples State
Bank, day or night phone No. 01
Dr. J. M. Swallow
The Drugless Healer
Cures all kinds of diseases. We cure
where mcdlclues fail. We remove the
.cause and nature cures you, so why
I poison your system with diuge, Office
2 blocks south of Roberts Hardware!
I Phone 8 Red. COYLE, OKLA
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Livery and Feed Stable
F. W. RUSH, Prop.
Feed and Livery aocoimnoda
tions'at reasonable prices. We
give satisfaction—try us.
I C E
Giiy Meat Market d«,e. q.
• , .
E. B. GREEN Prop
Fresh and S'alt Meats. Oysters
and Fi*h In season. High-
est price paid for Hides.
Goute. PM3BM* Oklahoma
[Special attention given to Consuliatlurt
and General Surgery.
122V4 W, Oklahoma Ave., Guthrie, Okla,
Those 301, ,
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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/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.