Pauls Valley Sentinel (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 11, 1904 Page: 7 of 16
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K Local and Personal
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LOOK AND LEARN.
Cole was in Ardmore
My new line of Fall and Winter
Goods, consisting of all the larest Fab-
rics, is now on the shelves, and it is
a boundless profusion of what's new
I have bought heavier for this fall's
trade than ever before and every pat-
tern is one that pleases with prices
We are fishing early for your patron-
age and the bait we are using is high
values. Do we want your trade? Not
unless we can give you as much or
more than the other fellow. Come and
M. M. Gubin.
Wm, O'deil of Elmore was in the
J. D. Lydick of Lexington was in
the city Monday.
Moman Pruiett had legal business in
W. R. Nation of Elmore was here
on business Monday.
Jas. Campbell ras here from Sulphur
Sunday and Monday.
"Dad" Kennedy will leave Monday
for a few week's visit at St. Louis.
T. I. Hamm, wife and mother are
visiting relatives at Arbuckle, I. T.
J. W. Gaylord was in the city from
Johnson Monday, going pu to Purcell.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis are here from
Davis visiting Dr. T. C. Branum and
Out of a total of five games Ard-
more has won two, since she has been
made a member of the Texas league.
Soo pupils attended the famous
Southwestern Business Uuiversity of
Oklahoma City, Okla., during the past
Miss Granger of Gainesville, Tex.,
has returned home after a few weeks
visit with the Misses Goodpasture of
Eight hundred pupils are expected
to attend the Southern Business Uni-
versity, Oklahoma City, ^during the
next school year.
Mesdames W. D. Austin and 0. S.
Wilson left Tuesday for an extended
visit with their parents at Springdale,
You can't afford to miss our line of
jewelery when you're out looking for
bargains. We save you money.
J. J. King.
Ben F. Williams, A. Nicodemus
and Dr. Cox of Norman were in the
city Tuesday on their way to Tecum-
Complete line of optical goods—the
best on the market. We can please
J. J. King.
T. N. Robnett, U. S- Commission-
er of Ardmore was in the city yester-
day morning driving up from here to
Paoli, where he delivered an address
at the picnic.
Bus Mays was in the city from Mays-
Sam Williams of Purcell was here on
Fred Perryman was here from Wy-
J. C. Hybarger was in Tishomingo
on business this week.
Mrs. Jas. Gwin spent Sunday with
her husband at Wanette.
New style tan Queen Quality Ox-
fords at the Lion Store.
Ed Shumate and Joe Burch were
over from Wanette Sunday.
Lucius Carroll is away on a ten days
business trip to Texas points.
For quick work have the Wells-
Fargo wagon haul your trunk.
Geo. J. Dykes of Maysville was in
the city on business Saturday.
W. M. Freeman returned from Ard-
more and Tishomingo Saturday.
New and swell line of ladies shirt
j waist sets at H. Blank & Co's.
j Jas. Hybarger and Leon Brown were
in Lindsay on business Saturday.
Go to Chickasaw Furniture Co., for
pianos. You can get one cheap.
Attorneys Blanton and Pyeatt were
in Ardmore on business Saturday.
Fred Trask of Ardmore was in the
city Saturday on his way to Lindsay.
A good school—the Southwestern
Victor Sniggs visited Ardmore Mon
of the school in this
See big ad
Col. Frank^earce was in from Fos
ter Monday, j
Free use of text books at the South-
western Business University, Oklahoma
Carl Shumate left Monday morning
for St. Louis, where he will take in
Positions secured at the Southwest-
ern Business University of Oklahoma
Mrs. H. L. Oliphint left Saturday
for St. Joseph, where she will buy her
fall millinery stock.
The famous Moon Bros.', buggies
at close prices for a short time.
John B. Alexander.
Wade Hampton is in Tishomingo
this week where he is a witness in the
Settle-Williams contest case.
As the warm weather approaches
don't fail to remember the excellent
drinks mixed by Worley Bros.
Dr. Robt. Allen, who has been con-
fined to his home with fever is reported
j better.—Okemah Leader.
Complete line of fresh dried California
fruits. The best that money can buy
at prices that are reasonable.
A. C. Wagner.
Mrs. Bus Mays returned home to
Maysville Monday after a visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Garvin.
Watch repairing my specialty.
Satisfactory work and fair prices or no
J. J. King.
The Wells-Fargo wagon makes a
speciality of looking after trunks and
J. T. Elanton was in Tishomingo this
week representing a client in a contest
Chas. Worley and W. J. Long of
this city and S. Richards of Byars are
in attendance at the Masonic Grand
lodge at Claremore I. T.
Don't overlook John B. Alexander
when in need of anything in the im-
Worley's bread and cakes are still' Plement line> builders hardware, or
the standard of excellence. Everybody
knows that who have tried them.
buggies and surreys.
W. C. Van Hoozer and wife and
Miss Quinnie Cates of Wynnewood Perry Sullivan left Saturday for St. Louis
visited friends in the city Sunday and
Headquarters for cane seed, kaffir
com and alfalfa.
Murray & Duffield.
Roscoe Fleming came up from Ard-
more Sunday to spend the day with his
A fine line of candies, fruits, nuts
and cigars always on hand at Worley
Mrs. Monta Beach of Houston, Tex-
as, is the guest this week of her
father, Mr. Rice of the Globe Hotel.
Mention was made some time ago in
these columns of Mr. Beach, who is
president of the American-National
Association, Masters of Dancing.
For a stylish pair of slippers get a
pair of Queen Quality tan Oxfords at
the Lion Store for $2.50.
Albert Newbern of Okra was in the
city Monday, having just returned from
a visit with his parents in North Caro-
lina. He also took in the World's
Fair at St. Louis.
where they will spend several days tak-
ing in the sights at the World's Fair.
New side combs.
New back combs.
New dip puff combs.
H. Blank & Co.
Deputy Clerk Speake of Chickasha
was in the city Saturday visiting his
old friend, S. H. Wootton. From here
he went down to Ardmore for a few
days to enjoy a few days outing with
the deputy clerks of the district.
2,450 pounds of pure kettle render-
ed hog lard in no less than 50 pound
lots at 10c per pound.
S. R. Conner's Market.
Little Misses Maude and Catherine
Witten, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. C.
P Witten, went up to St. Joe, Mo.,
with Mrs. H. L. Oliphint and will
visit their grandmother during Mrs.
Just received at the Lion Store a
new line of Queen Quality tan Oxfords
and black Patent leather strap sandals.
Ask for Queen Quality—they are the
All kinds of fresh vegetables at Mur-
ray & Duffields.
J. R. Ham was down from Mays-
Steffen's ice cream at Worley's—the
A. H. Stephens left Monday after-
noon for Gainesville.
H. Blank & Co., have just received
swell line of ladies wrist bags.
Prices from 25c to 2.50.
Geo. Rennie is in Muskogee this
week where he has business before the
The highest price paid for country
produce and that's no josh.
a. c. Wagner.
The Ada News says that the first of
the month is a great time for lawyers
to go fishing.
Get right by patronizing a reliable
get-there-on-time, right-price, best
goods grocery house. E. A. Williams
has it if it is to eat.
Chas. Carter of Ardmore returned
Sunday after a few days campaign tour
Don't purchase a surrey until you
see one we have. Used about a year
but is as good as new.
Chickasaw Furniture Co.
Rufe Settle was in Tishomingo the
first of the week where he is interested
in an allotment contest case.
The leaders in their line means the
best in canned goods, pickles, vegeta-
bles, fruits, all kind of produce, ect.
E. A. Williams.
C. B. Sipes, Harper Bennett and Carl
Shumate, of the Freeman-Sipes Co's
store, are in St. Louis this week en-
joying the big fair.
Have you inspected our stock and
learned our prices on Queensware,
glassware, lamps, ect. Time you
are finding out these things.
a. c. Wagner.
In the report, of Joe Johnson being
arrested for perjury that appeared in
the Sentinel last w^ek, the writer
made a slight error. Mr. Johnson was
arrested some weeks prior to the time
he was exonerated at'Ardmore, going
to Ardmore of his own accord.
A SPECIAL TRAIN
SUNDAY, AUG. 14
AND SEE TWO "CRACKIN" GOOD GAMES
THE NEW CLUB IN THE LEAGUE
The Special Train leavea Pauls
y *y r} Si53A- M- Returning,
mV Ft-W°rth f- M. There
will be a big crowd, a barrel of fun
and the fare for 'the round trip Is
For further Particulars ASK ME.
R. R. NELSON,
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