Pauls Valley Sentinel (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 18, 1905 Page: 5 of 17
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Kansas City Spccial. j WARNING ORDER.
A special train of seven coaches; In the United St te« Court in the Indian
bearing one hundred and fifty members Territory, Southern District.
of the Commercial Club of Kansas! Ma>7 Odum, Plaintiff, |
City, Mo., arrived in the city last' Henry Odum, Defendant. I
Thursday about 11 a. m. With them I The defendant Henry Odum is warn-
was U. S. Senator Warner and Con-1 to appear in this court in thirty day and
gressman Ellis. They were met at answ" tte complaint of the plaintiff, Mary
the depot by the Commeiciai Club of °d"m'
.hi, city and ,h, Pauls Valley '
wno escorted them to the court house. c. M. CAMPBELL
An address of welcome was made by By S. H. Wootton, Deputy,
Han. Clruie Weaver. Speeches were Pruiett & McMillan, Attorneys.
then made by Major Warner and Con- H- M- Carr' Atty" for non resid't def't.
ttik K ,, , , , . E'rst Published May 11, 1905.
gre sman itllis both of whom spoke in
giowing terms of Indian Territory and WARNING ORDER
her people and pledged their hearty In the United S'ates Commissioners Court
support in the coming struggle in con- 'n '^e Indian Territory, Southern District.
gress for statehood for the twin terri-
tories. From here the train went
south to Wynnewood and other points.
S. J. Garvin, Plaintiff.
R. H. Salmon, Defendant. I
The defendant R. H. Salmon, is warned
to appear in this Court in thirty days and
answer the complaint of the plaintiff, S. J.
Witness Wm Pfieffer, Commissioner this
lOlh day of May, 1905.
Wm PFIEFFER, Commissioner.
Claude Weaver Att'y for plaintiff.
Hon. James Wilson
U. S. Secretary of Agricnlture
will deliver an address to the
Farmers of Oklahoma
and INDIAN TERRITORY
At Oklahoma City, 0. T.
MAY 13, 1905, 3:30 p. m.
The Low Rate of
ONE CENT A MILE via
For those who wish to hear him
D I RECTORY
A May Zephyr.
Last Friday Morning Pauls Valley
was visited by a wind from the north-
west and for about thirity minutes it
/in y ior piamiirr.
looked like a tornado from Kansas had Yerker E. Taylor Att'y for non resident
come our way. The gale was accom- defendant. Firs*, published M^y 11
pained by rain in torrents that deluged
the streets and made the branches
look like young rivers in quick time.
On the east side two or three build
ings were blown from their foundations
but no damage done to life or limb.
Many cuthouses were hurled from their
homesteads and a large metal tank on city officials
a tower near the Seniinel office was
thrown to the ground and a gentleman ,y"T"j0':"*!" .
/ t/ , i * . , . Recorder—W. M, Waite,
f.om Kentucky who was in the print- M.„i ei-j. f. Russell
ing office at the time prayed to be in Attorney—r. McMillan.
the Mammoth Cave for just twenty a. f. ramsay,
minutes. Asa resu't sto:m houses jB°" Shumatc' H-v- Ue-
are being dug this week in various committees.
portions of the city by those who had
none previously and truly "it's an ill Streets and Alleyi—E. P. Baker, J. A. Roady, E. I',
wind that blows no good" say those "w'at'erwork, and Lights-A. M. Foss, Geo. Terry,
who are employed in their construction, i W-J' Ha">s-
I Police—E. M. Moore, E. P. B:.ker, J. A. Roady.
Mr. Wilson s remarks will cover n iy points of greatest importance to wide
awake agriculturists, horti. ulturists and stock growers, and in view of the present
until movement for the reduction of cotton acreage, his practical suggestions re-
garding diversified crops and their adaptation to the soils of Arkansas will be of
especial interest. YOUR NEAREST AGENT WILL QUOTE EXACT RATE.
GEO .H. LEE, G. P. A.
Little Rock, Ark.
J. S. McNAY, Div. Pass. Agt.
Oklahoma City, Okia.
District Judge—Hen. Hcfea Tcvmrend.
District Attorney—W. B. Johnscn.
Office Marshal—Joe Leathrrman.
leputy Clerk—S. H. Woo:ton.
MY LARGE DISPLAY OF
W. Carter, W. M. Erwin,
Embraces everything carried in a First Class furniture Store and the best that
i can be bought for the price asked. All goods absolutely guaranteed to be as
j represented. One hundred rolls of matting at 13c per yard and up. I am
Headquarters for UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES.
STONE BUILDING, NEAR DEPOT. Pauls vallev, I. T.
c You Waste Your
Nerve Energy, After
Awhile You Will
Suffer For It.
You car waste nerve force by excess,
over-work. worry, anxiety, etc.
You can weaken yourself by not eating
proper fooJ or securing sufficient rest to
renew the nerve energy you use up.
The proper treatment, In addition to
good phos-'.iatic food, such as whole
meal bread, prepared cereals, etc., la
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervlnt.
This Is as truly a brain and nerve
food as any food you could eat. and be-
sides, furnishes strength and tone of its
own, which goes to the weakened nerve
system, and sets it to rights.
Dr. ililes' Restorative Nervine is a re-
freshing, revitalizing tonic food-medicine
for the brain and nerves. It reconstructs
worn-out nerve tissue, and fills your
languid brain with new life and vigor.
Dr. Miles' Nervine has made so many
marvelous cures, of people so sick the
doctors thought they were incurable,
that it is today the standard medicine
in many thousands of American homes.
The first bottle Is guaranteed to help
you, or druggist returns your money.
"The extreme h'^at, close confinement
and intense mental strain incident to
the banking business, has caused me
to suffer with nervousness and insom-
nia. It gives me pleasure to say that
1 have used Dr. Miles' Nervine with
very satisfactory results in the treat-
ment of these affections. I am now on
my fifth bottle, and eat and sleep well,
in fact have almost forgotten that 1
possess nerves."—R. T. DATTiV, Asst.
shier, State Bank, Texarcana, Ark,
"FRTIT! ?Vrlte t0 118 for Frpe
Package of Dr. Miles' Anti-
Pain Pills, the New Scientific Remedy
for Pain. Also Symptom Blank. Our
Specialist will diagnose your case, tell
you what Is wrong:, and how to right it.
Free. PR. MILES MEDICAL CO.,
LABORATORIES, ELKHART. IND.
Finance—E. M. Moore, Geo. Terry, J. A. Ready.
Presbytrrian—Services every Sabbath, morning and
evening. Sabbath-school 10 a. rn. Frayer meeting
Wednesday evening. t. r. Bo nc Pastor.
Baptist Services every Sunday mornin ; and even-
ing. Sabbath-school 10 a.m. Prayer m-eting Wed
nesday evening. J. B. Reav.s, Pastor"
Methodist—Sabbath-school 10 a. m. Predicting morn- J
ing and evening Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
| Choir practice Friday evening. A. C. Pickens, Pastor.
Protestant Episcopal—St. Mar; 's Chapel—Sunday-
school at 10 a. m. Evening prayer and address 7:30
p. m., every Sunday except the fourth Sunday.
F. McCarvey, Rector.
Pauls Valley Lodge No. 16, I. O. O. F. meets every
Friday evening at :SOO a. m. Visiting brethren cor-
Whitebead Encampment No. 3 meets 1st and 3rd
Wednesday nights each month.
Laughters of Rebekah meet each Monday night.
\ t-lley Ledge No. 6, A. F. 6i A. M. meets ®uturday
nights each month on or after lull moon. / Visiting
brethern cordially invited.
Royal Arch Chapter meets second Saturday night In
Crescent Lodge No. 15, K. of P., meets every Thurs-
Pauls Valley Camp No. 86, W. O. W., meets 2nd and
4th Tuesday evenings in each month.
Woodmen Circle meets 1st and 3rd Monday nlghtr. '
Visiting Soverigns cordially invited.
Pauls Valley Lodge No. 78, A. C. 'J. \V„ meets on
Tuesday evening each week. Visiting brethren cor- |
dial ly invited.
Alternate Saturday Club meets each alternate
M. W. of A. meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday nights
Pauls Valley Reuekah Ledge meets every other Mon-
day 2:00 p. m.
FROM HERE TO THERE.
As we have spent time and money in our
efforts to settle the great southwest, and if
you are not satisfied with your location, per-
haps we can tell you of some other good
place, not far away; if not, and you want
to go west, we have some great bargains in
tickets for example, between March first
and may fifteenth, you can go to California
for $25.00, and correspondingly low cost to
oregon, washington, etc.
C. W. STRAIN, D. P. A.
Mrs. Wm. E. Reel,
Mrs. \V J. Maniss,
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.
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