Pauls Valley Sentinel (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 2, 1905 Page: 12 of 16
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Dont miss the one big event of the
season—Polmatier sisters at the Opera
house March 9 th.
"Thelma" try it free at Brace's.
E. Berry has all kinds of sewing
Hamly's farewell started with a rush,
watch his second week.
Judge J. T. Fleming, from Katy,
was in the city the first of the week.
30 days from the 20th Hamly's last
The Home Mission Society of the Ti.e musical program by the Polma-
Presbyterian church will have a sale in tier Sisters' Orchestra was fine, and
Brace's window March IS, 1905. the cornet solo by Miss Helene was
_ . , , applauded until she was forced to re-
Every body pleased with Hightower (spond tQ an encore.-Times Journal,
& Kendall's big cost sale. They are Oklahoma City, 0. T,
selling them out fast. You can meet
your friends there.
The Home Miis.on Society of the
Presbyterian church will hvae a sale in
Brace's window March IS, 1905.
Attend the Big Reduction
men and boys clothing at
Hightower & Kendall's.
If you have ail idea of going
Hamly's dont change-it.
J. T. Hazel, of Gainesville,
was in the city yesterday.
The weather is getting lovefy
just right for Hamly's farewell.
Rice N. Reaves, of Lexington,
Oklahoma was visiting in Pauls Valley,
to Sunday last. It is rumored that his
visits here are full of much interest to
himself and one of Pauls Valleys fair
The big, the grand farewell of
now, Hamly's is still going on.
When you need groceries and want
quick phone A. C.Wagner.
Mrs. R. E. Phillips in on the sick
list this week suffering from an attack
of grippe. ^ur fe"ow townsman, T. S. Ven-
tress while repairing the guttering at
> Will you be next at Hamly's,get the the residence of Wm. Paul last Thur$-
babys ready. day fell from a ladder and severely
sprained his back. He was in bed for
P. J. Donovan, of Cherokee County, scveral dayS) but we are glad t0 note
Texas, was in the city yesterday en that he is again able to be about.
route to Wellington, Kansas. *" •
_ , , ! Try "Thelma" at Brace's.
See the new display take your choice
of Hamly's best 85.75 per dozen.
a full line of Staple and Fancy Gro-
ceries at all times. Also we run the
"GET THERE on Time" Delivery
wagon. We will certainly appreciate
a trial order from you. We are at pres-
ent offering the Following Bargains:
25 lb Rice for $1.00
7 lb Good Roasted Coffee $1
and everything else in proportion.
We are not going to "quit business"
but we will meet all prices made by
these so called "quit-business" sales.
Yours for business,
A. C. WAGNER
Pauls Valley, Ind. Ter.
S. R. Threlkeld
Joe H. Simpson representing the
American Type Founders Co., of
Dallas, Texas, was here yesterday talk-
ing with the newspaper men.
Give us your next order for any-
thing that is printed. We have the
reputation of satisfying.'
If it is any thing in the
line you want Wagner has it.
The play of "Struck Oil"
rendered at the Opera house
night of March 14th, under the aus-
pices of the Alternate Saturday Club.
Admission 35c, children 15c.
The music by the Polmatier Sisters
was received with many demonstra-
t j tions of approval. Misses Helene and
grocerj g Phyllis rendered solos on the cor-
net and trombone in a manner so ef-
will b* Active that they were both compelled
on the t0 resPon(i t0 several encores.—Morn-
ing News, Dallas, Te^as.
Tell your friends
going and to have a
Nothing reserved at
choice for $5.75.
Roy Reagan, at one time connected
with the Sentinel force, who has been
absent and working for the "Sulphur
Post" for some months is in our midst
again. He has a position with the
Get the "Thelma" habit.
Attend the Big Reduction sale o
men and boys clothing at
Hightower & Kendall's.
"Thelma" at Braces.
Give us your next order for anything
in the grocery line. We guarantee
satfsfaction. Valley Grocery Co. —
If your watch dont keep
see E. Berry.
Mrs. S. J. Garvin returned from a
short visit to Maysville last Monday.
You will not be dissapointed in
Miss Springgate. At Fraternity Hall
Mrs. Walter Davis, of Davis, I. T.,
is the guest of her sister Mrs. Dr. T.
The best Nickle Alarm clock made
for sale at Kings.
Miss Beulah Conner and brother
Tom Conner who are attending the
University at Norman, Oklahoma spent
Sunday with their parents in this city.
The mad rush at Hamly's, is making
Dad & Baldy'uneary, the sttps are
Berry is prepared to repair any kind
of a watch.
"Thelma"the refined odor at Braces.
Dr. R. H. Salmon has sold out his
household goods and effects and to-
gether with his family will in a few
days remove to Dadeville, Alabama
where his father now resides. He
g ood tim thinks his removal there will be only
temporary, and that his future home
will be at some point in Texas. We
regret to lose so valuable a citizen as
W. I. GILBERT
E. H. BOND
Rev. W. M. Crawford late pastor of
the central Baptist church at Ardmore,
I. T., will preach at the Baptist church
in this place next Sunday March 5th,
at 11a. m. and at 7:30 p. m. also.
Mr. Crawford is one among the stron-
gest preachers in the Indian Territory. |
We hope that our people and the peo- -p.
pie of our town will give him a hear- UunCail,
ing. J. B. Reaves, Baptist Pastor.
Thelma the popular odor.
If you want to laugh, hear Verna
May Springgate in negro dilect sketches,
and monologues at Fraternity Hall
If it smells good its "Thelma."
Rev. J. B. Reaves united in mar-
riage at the Baptist porsonage in this
city Thursday night at 8 p. m. Mr.
R. C. Clark and Miss Agger Crawford
both of Elmore, I. T.
We handle the White Silk and
White Wonder brands of flower—the
best on the market—try a sack.
Valley Grocery Co.
Let us perfume your' hanekerchief
You will find everything in our store
that is kept by a first class grocery.
Come and see. Valley Grocery Co.
Mr. Sanders farmilarly known as
"Rabbit" has, we have learned, taken
a portion as special reporter on the
Ardmoreite force. Mr. Sanders is also
special correspondent for the Dallas
News and a number of other metropoli-
tan papers. He has earned a deserved
reputation as a bright and versatile
writer and Brother Suggs will find that
he has made a splendid acquisition to
his reportorial force.
C. P. Bruce says he is having a
great sale of Thelma, a perfume which
reminds jou of rose flowers, heliotrppe
buds, honey suckle blossoms, and all
the sweet smelling flowers of nature
combined. Such is the result of ad-
vertising in the Sentinel.
U. S. court convened at Marietta
Monday and the docket was disposed
of in an hour or so. Rather quick
work but that is one of the character-
istics of Judge Townsend—work
Capt. Johnson, of Norman, Okla.,
was in town the first of this week. He
is placing agents in the field for a
patent device for fastening and un-
fastening truit jars.
The Teachers Association held a
very successful meeting at Wynne-
wood last week and convened to meet
at Roff, I. T., in November.
The Home Mission Society of the
Presbyterian church will hold a sale in
Brace's window March 15, 1905.
Dr. E. R. McDonald, of Paoli, was
here last Saturday and made us a very
Clothes Cleaned, Pressed and
Repaired on short notice
Rennie Building, Main Street.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Pauls Valley Republican Club will be
held at the court house in Pauls Val-
ley, I. T., on Monday night, March
6th 1905 at 8 p. m.
Jno. B. Alexander, Chairman.
Dont fool around, but come right
through to our store where you can buy
clothing, shoes, hats and underwear
absolutely at cost. We mean business
Hightower & Kendall.
If you send your laundry work to
the Pauls Valley steam laundry it will
be washed in distilled water, which is
as soft and pure as water can be.
The Polmatier sisters at the Opera
house March 6th. Best show of the
E. McDonald, who has been quite
sick with pneumonia, is able to be out
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