Pauls Valley Sentinel (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 27, 1905 Page: 1 of 20
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THE OFFICIAL ORGAN
Pauls Valley Sentinel
"WITH MALICE TOWARD NONE, WITH CHARITY FOR ALL, WITH FIRMNESS IN THE RIGHT,"
PAULS VALLEY, IND. TER., THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1905.
Paoli Pick-ups From Moonshine's
H. Workman returned Thursday from |
Guthrie where he has been for several days j
tttending a masonic meeting.
The Missouri and Kansas Telephone Co.,
placed an office in here last week, W. J.
Klinglesmith druggist, was appointed agent.
The Chickasaw office which has been in
the general store of T. J. Dobyns was also
placed in the drug store which was a great
dissapointment to Mr. T. J. Dobyns and
he refuses to answer any calls at all, which
wiil of course finaly burst the telephone
company, as we understand he intends run-
ning an independent line to the coast.
Beeler and E. E. Dillingham have pur-
chashed the T. J. Patrick property, some-
thing is sorter suspicious that some good
man is -ig :o bo;e some girls.
Uncle Charlie McClain was in our citj
some days since.
Roy Brattcn, son of J. W. Bratton, while
out hunting some days since was hit in the
eye with a stray 22 target ball coming out
between eye and ear and passing through
The firm known as the Byars builders
and contractors have gone out of business
and Geo. Diilingham has returned to Byars
to finish his course in diging post holes.
0. M. Beeler and Mr. Crabtree have
gone in the local contracting business Tues-
day being Bee'.er's day and Friday Cecii'sr
Ask Cecil and he will tell you the rest.
Death visited our city Monday 17th and
claimed for its victim Mrs. V. C. Nabors
who has been in fetb'.e health for some
time. She expressed a willingness of be-
ing ready to meet her God. Can we all say
this without fear? She, no doubt, has I
lived a life we should strive to imitate. She
has paid the debt we all must pay and i
how soon we know not, she had spent 50
years 6 months and 17 days in thi* low
ground of sorrow. Born and raised in
Buntsville, Ala., moved to Arkansas, mar-
ried V. C Nabors in 1886. She was a
devoted member of the M. E. church. The
bereaved ones should only strive to meet her
in the beyond where all is peace and love.
Mrs. E. L. McCrimir.ens and Mrs. Daisy
Freind visited Purcell Thursday returning
The porter at Maples' hotel has decided
he is not much of a cow boy.
Mr. Hall Parham and Miss Myrtle
Melvin were married at the residence
of the bride's mother in east Pauls
Valley last night at 9 o'clock, Rev. J.
B. Reave officiating These young
people were at one time co-workers
with us in the Sentinel office, and they
are prominent in social circles, num-
bering their friends by their acquain-
tances. They have our best wishes
for all the blessings necessary to true
happiness. We understand they will
make their future home in Pauls
Next Monday night May 1st is the
regular monthly meeting of the re-
publican club. All members are res-
pectfully invited to come out.
J. B. ALEXANDER, Chairman.
"All the world loves a lover," and
there's certainly an interesting pair of
loves in "A Devil's Lane," at the
Opera house Friday evening April 28.
Wall Paper Bargain
No one can sell you wall paper for a cent less than you can
get them for hfcre. We want to make this statement as strong as
possible because it is a fact that we can substantiate at any time.
We are so thoroughly convinced that it is so, that we
Guarantee to duplicate
any wall paper bargain
that is offered you by any pedler or mail order house. Bring us a
sample of the so-called bargain and compare it with any of our
papers at the same orice and you can easily determine which is the
Further you will have no express to pay, you take no chances
of not being able to match your paper and all full rolls can pe re-
turned and credit will be given.
You will save money by getting
our price before you buy
C. P. B R u c E,
Jft MY NEW STAND
Opposite J. B. Alexander's Hard-
ware Store you will find me head-
quarters for watch and clock repair-
ing. I also have on and a fine line
of alarm clocks and eight day clocks.
E. B E R R Y.
Pauls Valley, Ind. Ter.
Capital Stock 50.000
Surplus and Profits. 73.000
The National Bank of Commerce
OF PAULS VALLEY, I. T.
The First National Bank of 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 safe and
prudent banking (2§3) <2§3) <j§3)
MY LARGE DISPLAY OF
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. Ramsay, Cashier.
Embraces everything carried in a First Class Furniture Store and the best that
can be bought for the price asked. All goods absolutely guaranteed to be as
represented. One hundred rolls of matting at 13c per yard and up. I am
Headquarters for UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES.
STONE BUILDING, NEAR DEPOT, Pauls valley, I. T.
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