Pauls Valley Sentinel (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 1905 Page: 5 of 18
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H. M. Carr transacted business in Dr. W. T. Rawls, of Paoli, was in
Try Jap-a-lac—sold by Bruce.
Mrs. W D. Austin returned from
Oklahoma City Saturday afternoon
where she had been attending the
Chatauqua and visiting hex sister Mrs.
0. S Wilson.
Bruce carries a full line of wall
R. R. Nelson and Claude Daven-
port attended the Chatauqua at New-
ton, Kansas last Saturday.
Bruce sells Sherwin-Williams paints.
Smoke a Longo cigar once and you
will smoke it again. 5c straight at
Jap-a-lac at Bruces.
Mrs. I. T. Winbery and son Cecil
returned from Quanah, Tex. Saturday
If it dont look good Jap-a-lac-it—
you get it at Bruces.
Miss La Francis Peck Gray is visit-
ing in Tecumseh, Okla., this week.
Miss Lizzie Goodpasture visit-
ee friends in Byars the latter part of
Sherwin-Williams paint at Bruces.
Miss Inez Stewart, of Ardmore, was
visiting her sister Mrs. C. P. Bruce the
first part of the week.
You have no idea how Jap-a-lac will
heip you make old things look new
Bruce has it in all colors.
Ed Shumate, of Wanette, spent
Sunday with relatives in Pauls Valley.
Bruce helps you plan your wall
paper. He guarentees satisfaction.
If you want the best work in the
! laundry line. Patronize the Gaines-
ville Steam Laundry—Leslie Webb,
Best country sorghum at A. D.
i Burch's store for 35 ^ per gallon.
Quite a number of our people went
I up to Oklahoma City last week to at-
tend the Chatauqua and hear the three
big guns, Bryan, La Follette and Sam
Never resign yourself to suffer pain. Women's
pains are curable. They tire the sign of dangerous
conditions of the female organs, which should be
promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow.
IT COMES TO WOMAN'S RELIEF
whenever she suffers from any of woman's biting and weakening pains.
It not only compels the pains to stop, but it follows up and drives out
the cause of the pains, which prevents them from coming back.
It makes you well. Try it.
Sold everywhere in $ 1.00 bottles.
Buy your boots, shoes
from A. D. Burch. He
The Glorious 4th of
July Draws Near
At the Post Office Book Store you will find
Sale a large and handsome display of fire-works
to cheer the heart and inspire the
on this, the natal day of the Republic. You
will find, at all times, the choicest cold drinks
and soft beverages to lower your temperature
and make life worth while.
A fine line of cigars, tobacco and fruits.
We are headquarters for books, stationery,
magazines and papers
Give us a call,
—Victor Talking Machines in Stock—
F.O. GAMBLE, Prop.
WRITE US A LETTER
freely and frankly, in strictest confid-
ence, telling us all your symptoms and
troubles.. We will send free advice
(in plain sealed envelope), how to
cure them. Address: Ladies'.Vivisory
Dept., T'ieChattanooga Medicine Co.,
"WITHOUT A PAIN,"
writes Mary E. Shelton, of Poplai
Bluff, Mo., " I can do my housework,
although, before taking CARDUI, two
doctors had done me no good. 1 can
truthfully say I was cured by Cardin.
1 want every suffering lady to know of
this wonderful medicine."
The Gainesville Steam Laundry does j
your work better—See Leslie Webb. |
Miss Lelia Laughlin, of Chickasha, J
is visiting her uncle, Sam Laughlin
The best advertised, the most pat-
ronized, the least criticicised, the
most eulogized is E. A. William's
J. C. Hybarger was in Asdmore last
The acme of production is found in
Longo." Greatest five cent cigar on
earth. At Gamble's.
' Pauls Valley was well represented
at the Byars picnic last Saturday.
The Chickasaw Furniture Co., car-
ries coffins from 85. to 8100, caskets
from 810 to 8350, Robes from 82.50
For $1 A Year.
and New Prices
Best line of candies, fresh fruits,
cigars, tobaccos and nuts in town.
Cold and soft drinks, the acme of
perfection and always on tap.
A J FOSTER
Rennie Building, Main Street.
Mrs. D. C. Talbot, mother of Mrs.
Jennie Paul and whose home is at
Hico, Okla., is visiting her daughter j Clothes Cleaned., Pressed and
at this place. j n . .
! Repaired on short notice
The Valley Abstrcct Co., gives the
best terms on loaned money.
Judge R. McMillan was in Norman,
Okla., last Monday on professional
Prof. J. M. Osborn Superintendent
of the public school here and his as-
sistant teachers are attending the Nor-
mal at Wynnewood.
Try a Longo and see for your self.
Judge J. D. Mitchell left last Sun-
day for Winchester, Kentucky, his old
home. Imporlant business matters
calls him to Ky. and he will be gone
until the first of September and possi-
Mr. and Mrs.. C. A. Sailders are
enjoying a visit from Mr. Sander's
mother and sister of Greenville, Tex.
The Longo is sold on a guarantee
to please at Gamble's.
depends as much upon the
selection and correct treatment
of papers for various rooms as
upon the pattern of the paper.
Along this line we can be of
decided advantage to you. We
make it a study and by beep-
ing constantly in touch with
the artist in this line who
originate new styles, we can
suggest designs that are sure
to please. Further, we have
the wall papers that make
artistic treatment possible.
Shall be pleased to show them
to you at any time now.
C. P. BRUCE,
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