Pauls Valley Sentinel (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 23, 1905 Page: 1 of 16
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THE OFFICIAL ORGAN
"WITH MALICE TOWARD NONE, WITH CHARITY FOR ALL, WITH FIRMNESS IN THE RIGHT."
PAULS VALLEY, IND. TER., THURSDAY, MAR. 23, 1905.
Death of C. J. Grant.
Calvin J. Grant is dead. After a
noble and heoric fight lasting for near-
ly a year he has succoumbedto the
grim destroyer and is now numbered
among ti e r iph e o fo r g e t enemy.
"Death loves a shining mark, and
knocks with equal footsteps and relent-
less impartiality at the door of the
palace and the cottage."
But yesterday he was with the liv-
ing, his soul is now with the great
majority, and knows those things that
our race would pay the billions of
earth to know. Life with its hopes
and joys, its storms and calms, its op-
portunities for glorv and gain, is over,
eternity with its vast and limitless pros-
pects is before him. Henceforth his
name and deeds will be but a shred of
memory among his fellows. The sun
will rise on the morrow, the stars will
lollow the same shining pathway as
Uty have since the Chaldean astrono-
mers studied them of old, but the pages
o life's story for Calvin Grant are shut
He was the son of Tom Grant, re-
cently deceased, who was a pioneer
from the state of Kentucky, born 43
years ago with a strain of Chickasaw
blood from his maternal_side. Pauls
Valley has been his home since it was a
town, he has been identified with its
every interests, merchant, stockman,
farmer and banker excelling greatly in
them all, his was a life of purpose, his
energies were concentrated on the
building up of a fortune, and that he
was successful, a list of his properties
enumerated in his will will amply at-
His wife, a noble woman, died about
18 months since leaving four children
two boys and two girls. As this article
is being written the home of the d< ?d
banker is in view, the not spier di
in this section of the Indian Territory.
What a commentary oh,the frailty and
vanity of human endeavors—just as
, the palatial home was completed, the
fortune fully assured, the children ar-
riving at an age to become a comfort,
the dial hand on the face of time is
suddenly stopped, the sun is darkened,
v • the stars go out, the £falsc cekses to
beat and the soul is summoned bafck
to the God who gave it.
Peace to his soul. May infinite love
and mercy watch over and care for
those left to mourn his loss.
NEW EQUIPMENT FOR THE ROCK
It has just been announced that tp pro-
ride tor the increased volume of traffic on
R>ck Island lines, a large amount of new
equipment will be delivered during, the
month of March, on orders placed several
months ago. It is indicative of the indus-
trial and commercial prosperity of Rock Is-
land states, that, even before the receipt of
the new equi[ment, it has been found nec-
essary to place another large order for de-
livery in the early summer.
The rolling stock which will be placed in
service this month includes twenty new pat-
tern passenger cars from the Pullman shops,
whicti embody so many comfortrconiribut-
i .g devices that they make a dis.mct ad-
vantage in any day equipment. This new
d 'parture will come as a surprisi to the
western traveling public. Ten of -the cars
will be seventy-toot chair cars, furnished
with sixiy-tour twin reclining chairs, seat-
ing as many people. The interior finish is
Mexican mahogany; decoration is oliv
green, with plain green lines and the chair
are upholstered in gieen. The cars are
j equipped tor lighting both by Pintsch gas
and eleciiicuy and are titled with electric
foii , tor ventilation and cooling.
the other ten cars are sevenij-ioot vesti-
bule j *.oa*.nes, with. beating capacity to.
eighty. .ii.e i>e< ui «re upholstered in ma-
roon plush; otnerw)be the decorations are
Ue same as in the chair cars. All the cars
have very large douoie plate giass windows
and are equipped with irull.uan standard
The National Bank of Commerce
OF PAULS VALLEY, I. T.
Courtesy, Promptness and Security is guaranteed to all
who transact business with us. We
...want your business...
W. J. Long, Pres, Wm. Freeman and Joe Myers Vice Pres.
Asa E. Ramsey, Cashier.
Capital Stock 50.000 Surplus and Profits, 73.000
The First National Bank j)f Pauls Valley solicits
accounts large and small and with its Capital stock
of $50,000, and surplus funds of $73,000, offers
to the public every facility consistent with saie and
prudent banking <S§5) C$5)
SECTION FOREMAN HURT.
Mr. Dickman, section foreman on the
E. &0. branch, happened taa painful
accident Tuesday evening. He was
riding in the baggage car and in walk-
ing through the car sljpmbledand,Jell,
through the .doorway while • \he" train
was in motion, fracturing his arm and
dislocating his shoulder. The accident
ocurred between here and Boiodnot.
He was brought to town and his arm
was dressed by Dr. Callaway.
Une new teature that will be introduced
.n tnese cais is an improved drart ^ear with
pounds spung capacity, ihis is
doom' six nines the spring capacity ot the
1 uidinary patsenger coach, vjn neayy trains
puned by giam locomotives, this increased
j capacity ot the dratt gear prevents disagree-
able jars in starting and stopping of trams.
An order is also in tor over 4000 freight
cais ol various kinds, including 1500 re-
trigerator cars, > 15U0 box cars, 300 turni-
jtuie cars, 47s coal flats, 350 special design
duu*p tars-, 250 convertible coal and ballast
cars and 25 drop bottom stock cars.
The Rock Island will also receive, during
March, 65 new locomotives ot various kinds,
including twenty Pacitic type passenger, ten
Atlantic type passenger, hrteeu freight and
twenty switch engines. An additional or-
der for fifty locomotives will be placed in
the near future, tor delivery is the summer.
Oi the new motive power to be delivered
this month, six ot the passenger engines
are to be equipped- with a new super-heat-
ing device.,, being the'latest development >in
locom.ouye construction, to securt economy
in the generation and ethdiency iti-tKe use
ot steam. Briefly, • the devise consists ot
return steam flues - inside the upper fire
tubes leading from the fire box. The steam
rrom the dome in passing through this sys-
tem is exposed td heal which raises its tem-
perature, evaporating entrained water and
the steam passes perfectly dry to the cyl-
' T his new . equipment,. which is to be
add&f'tb from time to time, places the Rock
Island in the frpflt rank among western
railroads ^l^ rhe/;iiatter of transportation
facilities. The foresight manifested in
thus meeting, and adequately providing for,
the exigencies of increased traffic, is char-
a:teristic of the progressive policy of ti*
Rock Inland management.
W. G. KIMBERLIN & CO.
in the Drug Business, and we wish to say
that we will at all times maintain that high
standard of excellence so deservedly at-
tained by them.
WE will have in charge of our Pre-
scription department at all times a drug-
gist second to none in the country.
Bring Us Your Prescriptions
As we do not and will not handle
GALT & JOHNSON.
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