Pauls Valley Sentinel (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 6, 1905 Page: 5 of 16

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Local News
Hamlys' a "cracker jack" artist,
And achieving great renown;
And stirring up things mightily
In this lively Western town.
He makes the old look younger,
Tne sourest seem most sweet
And gives all happy brides and grooms
A smile that's hard to beat.
A. C. Wagner pays cash for your
poultry, eggs and butter.
Round trip to Fort Worth and re-
turn Saturday the 8th of April for $1.50
Your chance to see the president.
Rev. J. E. McGarvey was in Wynne-
wood Monday.
J. D. Williams, of Paoli was here
the first of the week on business.
I
On account of ill health A .B. Hooper!
has sold out his business to A. J. j
Foster who will continue the business
at the same stand.
The Palace Drug store—Gait &
Johnson.
)
Round Trip to Fort Worth and re-
turn Saturday the 8th of April for $1.50.
Your chance to see the president.
Get it at the Palace Drugstore.
The box supper given by the- W.
H. M. of the M. E. church last Fri-
day evening was largely attended and
everybody enjoyed themselves. The
proceeds amounted to about $20.
What with the Presbytery, the Bap-
tist Sunday School Convention and the
protracted meeting at the M. E.
church all within the next week Pauls
Valley should become a pious town if
only temporarily.
Rev. J. E. McGarvey went over to
Shawnee Tuesday of this week.
Moman Pruiett and wife left Monday
afternoon for a few days visit in the
Creek Nation.
Goodby to Hamly this month, last
call.
Hamly's last and final farewell closcs
this month. Are you going to miss
out.
From Every Day Life.
The writer witnessed a little scene
that was very ir.teresting last Satur-
day, in the Ait gallery of Art S. Hamly
in this city. A young couple, from
near Purdy, had braved the disagree-
able weather and traveled through rain
and mud for 30 miles to get married.
The bride was a rhy, d<mire little
creature of sixteen summers and was
accompanied to town by her mother.
Before the cermony was stid she posed
for her i hoto ar d the ever accommo-
dating knight of the camera quickly j
and skillfu ly put her irage on a neg-
ative in a manner that made the bride
groom grin and cough up the price.
After this importai t feature had been
attended to a rush was made by the i
bride goom for Uncle Sam's permit,
in such cases made and provided, and
soon the closing chapter in the drama
was enacted. On the floor stood the
happy couple confronted by the minis-
ter of the gospel, from the walls sur-
rounding them the faces of many peo-
ple from Pauls Valley and the neigh-
boring towns and surrounding country
— r presenting the genius of Hamly—
looked down, while the photographer
and rei or er brought up the back
ground in a maner that would have
made New York's four hundred look
tame.
After a brief word of prayer the Rev.
Duncan McRuer took up the subject
where the bridegroom had left off the
last time and when he closed we saw
before us "two souls with but a single
thought, two hearts that beat as one."
With a parting vision of the youth-
ful pair looking as sweet as two flies in
a jug of sorghum and smiling at each
other a smile that you never see only
on the faces of Cupid's victims the
curtain fell.
May they ever be thus happy and
mav time deal with them gently as
they journey on.
FOR RENT.
Centrally located Store room 90 feet
Those who are thinking of marrying i deep on main st. good grocery stand,
don't over look Hamly's gallery, its j Claud Weaver,
the latest place.
The Palace Drug store.
The cost of repapering is small com*
Judge Wm. Pfieffer and Constable ! Pared 10 the com,ort vou derive hom
Adolph Thill came down from Purcell; having your home furnishcned up. Let
Monday.
The Palace, get it at the Palace.
Bruce make you some prices.
The Chickasaw Furniture Co. has a
If your shears are dull take them to large stock of ice cream freezers, re-
Ballards Barber shop. He can make frigerators and ice boxes which they
them cut. are selling cheap.
Dont order your wall paper from
Sears Roebouck or any other secon
class sample books outfit until you
have seen our line and got our prices.
Brute the druggist.
Bruce wants to be your druggist.
You find the drugs at Bruce's you
cant find elsewhere.
Mr. Joe Burch and Miss Lyndall Kv
Pledger were married last night. The
wedding was a surprise to their many
friends. Miss Fletcher is an assistant
at the U. S. clerk's office in this city
and Mr. Burch is a prominent young
business man of this place.
Round trip to Fort Worth and re-
turn Saturday the 8th of April for $1.50.
Your chance to see, the president.
On Tuesday night March 21, 1905 there
strayed or was stolen from our pasture 5
miles west of Hart, I. T., the following
described property: One black horse mule
branded J on the left shoulder and D on
the left hip, 3 years old; one black mare
mule with the same brand 3 yeart old,
neither broken to work. One deep bay
mare 6 years old branded L on the left
shoulder and E on the left hip; one blaze
faced stocking footed bay mare about 12
years old not branded, had weak eyes,
property Was heard of near Wynnewood on
Wednesday after they were missed. Will
pay liberal reward for their return or in-
formation leading to their recorery.
J. E. DANIEL, Hart, I. T.
For sale,near depot one lot 75X150
with or with out the buildings. For
erms apply to N. G. Turner.
REMEMAER
the
Leading
Clothiers cinc)
Haberdashers.
I
YOU Will find th
Newest Styles for th Spring
and Summer of 1 90 5 in all
Kinds of Men's Wearables at
our Store.
Your Friends,
Hightower & Kendall,
Men's and Boys'. Store
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Pauls Valley Sentinel (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 6, 1905, newspaper, April 6, 1905; Pauls Valley, Indian Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110232/m1/5/ocr/: accessed April 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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