Pauls Valley Sentinel (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 1905 Page: 3 of 18
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work because of the heat, we would be with- or no it was what he wanted. There must be
out wheat and corn and other necessftiesr It some mistake about this, for, as a general
pays to keep up your energy right through rule, William had rather inspect an imple-
the "dull'' season. It pays to plan for the ment of warfare than do anything else. His
CAR R, Business Manageri
ONK YEAR BY MAIL (IN ADVANCE)
SIX MONTHS " " " "
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Office at Pauls Valley, Indian Territory as
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THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1905
business going on while you take your vaca-
tion. Be careful of the dull days for they
eat up the profit of the busy ones. Look out
for the chances which will give you busy
days the year vound. Be vigilant through
the summer. Be careful of youv leisure
time. Make the most of your vaea ion. If
business is so dead it don t de erve resusci-
tating take a vacation yourself. Lot lake
breezes or mountain quiet or fori est fast-
nesses rest your brain and renew your bi dy.
Keep your ideas moving at all hazards. | called, and why should it not
Freshen up, brighten up, invigorate. Let | nations? Some nation should
the work of each day count for all it will and , William the Warrior, put tl.e pioper crim|
watch every opportunity to attain greater! iu his mus-1 ache and learn him how to 1"
success. . contented with well enough.
The Birth Day Of The Republic.
Next Tuesday the one hundred and twenty
ninth anniversary of American independence
will be obseiV'd throughout the nation. In
city, town and village, in the palace of the
rich and the hovel of the poor the day will lie
remembered. From the Pine Tree state to
the Golden Gate and from the Lakes to the uukimj rue umg itjin ««. wmu j..™ vw - ,(|er
Gulf the anthem of liberty will peal anew, in Pauls Valley the people have been treated
bearing a message dear to every American to many shocks and surprises by juries, in
heart. Spell binders will again take up the several cases the defendants were the most
surprised of any persons present at the find-
ings. We do not criticise the honesty or :
n'egrity of any juryman but we do claim
that thousands of men taken on juries are
in the Declaration of Independance 129 years J wholy unfit for such services for lack of
ag0- i legal and mental ti aining, Lawyers often
Fathers will ttil the story of Bunker Hill, disagree over questions, because of their in
favorite i ast time is spent in this manner or
in delivering a harangue on some subject
brbad enough for him to make, in his peror-
ation, a defiance ti) Europe on the battlefield.
He is never happy or contented in civilian's
clothes but with the unifomi and cap on
"Richard is himself." He delights to be
among his eo'dicrs avid sailors bold He
threatens the peace.of Europe to day for he
is simply itching to scrap. It is usually the
case in all local affairs that the bully gets
~)e so among
theme, that time can never make old, and
herald to their hearers the story of the bles-
sings that have accrued to the United^* tates
•by the triumph of the principles enunciated
Monmouth and Yorktown to listening lad
and mothers will gladden their daughter's
Ministers will reverence the holy day and
give it note in their discourses. Juvenile
America will welcome its advent with shout
and fireworks and weep over its departue as
over a broken toy. To them it stands in
hearts with the story of Molly Pitcher.: just conclusions. In the first place it is some-
thing to know the law, and secondly it takes
large intelligence to apply it. If those who
make it a life study cannot agree, how can
the layman be expected to always do what
is right, Since this term began we heard it
reverence side by side with Christmas. The j remarked outside the profession that, it w< mid
countries of the old world respect our natal be more satisfactory to leave causes to an
day and their ministers here will mingle
their sincere congratulations with our bois-
The 4th of July 177(5 marks an epoch in fewer miscarriages of justice, and that people
time that will be reckoned from in eternity. It would have a more wholsome respect for
The Jury System. j "Black Friday" in Poland China brought
„ , . , , t with it a horror that makes civilization shud-
During the long tei m «,f court- just closed j ^ rfwo tllousan<1 (lea(1 and WOUnded, for
no cause, is another item charged up to the
government of the Czar of the Russias. St.
Peter-burg's "Red Sunday" in Januaiy is
eproduced in Lodz' "Black Friday" in June.
The inhuman butcheries thus carried on in a
land that professes civilization have become
a stench in the nostrils of the inhabitants of •
two hemispheres and the question is, "how
long will it continue.,, Surely the internal
dissensions occurring daily at home together
with the reverses the Imperial government
has sustained abroad will ultimately, uproot
and overthrow a system of government so
unspeakably cruel and corrupt.
ability to harmonize the various principles
to be taken into consideration in arriving at
The seventieth birthday of Senater Mitch-
ell, of Oregon, was perhaps the saddest day
in his life. On trial for complicity to de-
fraud the government in land deals, he on
that day, sat with blanched face and listened
ne moie MUMrtwn; j"; ; . that day, sat with blanched race ana listened
honest fair minded judge; thus abolishing , evidence of his law partner, who was
the jury system entirely. There can be no „next-> to geverai things and told all he
doubt if such were done that we would have , r ,-s .. s.,(i Siu.,tacle to be sure, and
i^ave birth to liberty on this continent and
from that birth have sprung all the virtues
which characterize the g andeur, the glory,
and the nobility of this nation. It's every
return is more sacred still,
Patrick, thecondemed murderer of
lionaire Rice, is the most pronounced
reiuiii is uiuio 'wv>t • with pioud and i uiist of the age. adverse tilling
tender memories of the past, of the heroes of! Hhake him in the least. He is hoping against
the Revolution. When the 4th of July fails! hope and still full of fight although his at-
(if ever it should) to cause a Hood of patriot- j torneys have abandoned all hope. Of
ism to sweep over the American people l't the four recourses now open, Patrick an-
will be a dangerous time for free institutions, nounces that he will avail himself fully. He
In celebrating the glorious day the people of iri a wounderful man. A good lawyer and
no state in the union will enter into the' one w}10 never gives up a case until the knot
spirit of the occasion more fervidly than we i js tied and the trigger sprung. He is tran-
of the Indian Territory. Even the full blood j qUji anci composed in his cell and devotes
Indian, the red aboriginee of America, w ill ys time to reading authorities and decisions
join with the childien of liberty to honor the I on cases analagous to his own. His resources
anniversary of the day we love; because it | ave great and his ability in conducting his own ! taining to the good of the town were ihabii
gave to us and them all we jtsk, and in full, defense, under such physical circumstances, j up and discussed. This live and hustling
heaped and rounded measure all ti a': t is; jias attracted the attention of the country, j institution will be the life of things, it will
possible for man to give. Whatever his reputation may have been, or show the difference in Pauls \ alley, of a
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knew. It is a sad spectacle to be sure, and
one that arouses the sympathy of his coun-
trymen to see old age disgraced and by one
who has been so highly honored thus by his
state, if the venerable senator is found
guilty he will probably round out his service
to the public in the penitentiary, it is only
one step from splendor to disgrace and
Senator Mitchell, it appears from the evi-
dence, has taken that step of his own voli-
Our Commercial Club now has elegant
quarters in the Garvin building, two rooms
handsomely furnished in the charge of Secra-
tory Hanim, who by the way is showing
himself to be most capable and efficient. At
the last regutey- meeting a large number of
citizens were present and many matters per-
is, as a trial lawyer, there is no disputing the
fact that he is far above the average as an
office lawyer, and if his end c< >mes in the
The "Dull" Season.
June is gone. The "dull" season is here.
July 4th will le.vive us some, then comes! electric chair it will only be after every
August and dog days. It's the time of year means have been exhausted that a resource-
when the quiet streams take on a green
scum and business is dormant with unheal-
thy unactivity. People are planning or en-
joying vacations and rest. They grow
ful and ingenions mind can invent.
An inventor in Germany has brought suit,
joying vavowvuu - j o for breach of contract, against the Kaiser.
ilrowsv and shiftless. ■ Yet there are those. The peculiar part of the affair is that it is
who hustle in spite of heat. They push and ; over a naval vessel, that the inventor con- —
plan and perspire and prosper. It pays to be structed by request of his Imperial Highness is moving along.
business having a manager, and one being
allowed to simply run itself.
There is hardly a vacant house in Pauls
Valley today. One year ago they weae going
! begging, this too, notwithstanding numer-
lous houses, humble and otherwise have been
built in that period of time. You cannot
build a town without people no matter what
else you may have on hand, and the above
condition certainly argues that Pauls Valley
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