Pauls Valley Sentinel (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 2, 1905 Page: 14 of 16
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REPUBLICANS WILL HELP.
Washington, Feb. 27.—J. H. Boggs
and T. L. Johnson of Indian Territory,
who hold oil leases there, were at the
Interior department to urge Secretary
Hitchcock to rescind the regulation
requiring lease holders to put up $5,000
as a guarantee that the lease was taken
in good faith and for purposes of de-
velopment. The lease holders say
that this imposes a hardship. Secre-
tary Hitchccok took the matter under
Tams Bixby, chairman of the Dawes
commission, who was summoned by
the House Indian committee to make
a statement of the progress of the al-
lotment work in Indian Territory and
how much it will cost to finish that
work, reached here today. He will ap
pear before the committee to morrow.
In the United States Court in the Indian
Territory, Southern District:
Margaret Younger, Plaintiff,
John Younger, Defendant.
The defendant John Younger, is warned
to appeal in this court in thirty days and
answer 'he complaint of the plaintiff, Mar-
garet Younger, in a petition for divorce.
Witness Hon. Hosea Townsend, Judge,
this 1 day of Ferurary, 1905.
C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk
By R. C. FLEMING, Deputy.
Pruiett, McMillan & Sniggs, Attorneys.
H. M. Carr, Att'y for non resident def't.
J. T. Rosser ha* exchanged his bowling
alley on main street for the confectionery
establishment of A. J. Foster just opposite.
He will keep the very nicest line of candies •
fresh fruits, cold drinks, cigars and to-
baccoes to be found in the city. Courteous"
treatment extended to ladies and children
and goods guaranteed to give satisfaction
to all. Give him a call.
Our readers attention is especially
called to the double page advertise-
ment^ in this issue of the Sentinel, of
Hall Bros, the popular and up-to-date
merchants. No more energetic and
enterprising merchants are to be found
in any town of any country than these
gentlemen. They strive to please
their customers, their goods are ex-
actly as represented, and their prices
are within the reach of every man's
purse and these elements constitute
the secret of their success. They have
come to Pauls Valley to stay and
Pauls Valley is proud of their citizen-
ship and the splendid patronage they
are receiving is proof sufficient of this
Mr. S. B. Kimberlin, one of the
leading druggists of Pauls Valley has
sold his stoek of drugs to C. E. Gait
& Co. who will continue the business
at the same old stand. We learn that
Mr. Kimberlin will remain with us and
will, in the near future, again enter the
Your attention is directed to the
page advertisement of Rabb & Rabb
in this issue of the Sentinel. The
Lion Store has for a long while had a
wide spread reputation for good goods
and reasonable prices and we are glad
to note the fact that these distinguish- 1
ing features are being well sustained
and are daily increasing under the ;
present management. If fair treat-
ment, honest prices apd a square deal
are what you want you'll And them at
he Lion Store.
The Democratic Club, Wednesday night,
elected the following men as officers of the
organization for the ensuing year:
J. T. Blanton, Chairman.
James Carter, Vice President.
W. M. Erwin, Secretary.
Mack Moore, Treas.
Verna May Springgate is a Diamatic
Artist of splendid ability. You will
not regret hearing her.—At Fraternity
Hall March 6th.
We are now prepared to furhish you
with the best and newest groceries on
the market. Give us a call
Valley Grocery Co.
Thelma a delicate odor at Bruce's.
The WJ\ite Silk and White Wonder
flour are the two best brands on earth.
Try a sack. Valley Grocery Co.
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.
8 The New Csh Grocery
The New Cash Grocery
We have purchased the W. D. Austin bakery
and confectionery and have added to it one of
the finest lines of groceries to be found any-
where in the city. Everything in the grocery
line is fresh, new and up-to-date, having just
purchased them from the manufacturers and
jobbers. We will sell strictly for cash and will
also deliver goods promptly. Give us your
next order for anything in the grocery, con-
fectionery and bakery line and be convinced
that we will carry out to the letter what we
advocate. Yours for business
WORLEY & BURKS, Proprietors
TO THE PUBLIC.
I desire to state to my many former
friends and patrons that I am now
with the Valley Grocery Company of
Pauls Valley. I wish to renew old
acquaintances and make new ones and
hope to be able to serve you in the
old capacity, behind the counter.
Come and see us, we will treat you
' right. Sam Kendall.
St. Mary's Episcopal church, 10 a.
m. Sunday school. 7:30 p. m. Even-
ing prayer with service of song and
address. The anthem will be the
"Gloria" from Mozarts Twefth Mass.
The redoubtable Carrie Nation was
in the city yesterday and lectured at
the opera house last night.
The Kings and Queens Comedy
Company showed at the Opera house
Tuesday night to an appreciative audi-
Try "Thelma" at Bruce's.
Every body pleased with Hightower
& Kendall's big cost sale. They are
selling them out fast. You can meet
your friends there.
"'Thelma" the new perfume at
The new display at Hamly's is now
It's a well known fact Hamly is go-
ing, better get ready.
Keg pickles and Keg kraut at A. C. |
Get baby ready, Himly is waiting,
you know the rest.
Watch the columns of the Sentinel
for the date of the book social.
Watch the columns of the Sentinel
for the date of the book soci al.
SANTA FE EXCURSION RATES.
Annual meeting Oklahoma Live-
stock Association, Oklahoma City,
Feb. 13, 14 and 15 final limit for re-
turn Feb. 18th, one fare plus fifty
cents for the round trip.
Reunion Scottish Rite of Free
Masonry, Guthrie, O. T., Jan. 15th to
19th. final limit Jan. 20th one and one
third fare for round trip.
R. R. Nelson, Agt.
If You Are Particular
About the Quality of your Eatables
you cannot fail to be Pleased with
everything obtained from us
We Are Particular
That every order whether large or small
shall be filled to our customers satisfac-
tion and as our prices are never greater,
and often less, than the market, why
not give us your next order. We will
sell for cash or credit either
Valley Grocery Co.
TELEPHONE NO. 26
J. R. Smith, of Davis, was
city on business yesterday.
in the Jim Gwinn, the popular depot agent
j of Wanette, was in the city Tuesday.
Try a Sack
Pauls Valley Mill and Elevator
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