Pauls Valley Sentinel (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 23, 1905 Page: 1 of 16
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Pauls Valley Sentinel
WITH MALICE TOWARD NONE, WITH CHARITY FOR ALL, WITH FIRMNESS IN THE RIGHT."
PAULS VALLEY, IND. TER., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23 1905.
CANVASSED SEQUOYAH VOTE
Muskogee, I. T. Nov. 18.—The
Sequoyah supreme election board is in
session here today and has made a can-
vass of the total vote cast in the Se-
quopah election. This vote has been
certified to by the members of the elec-
tion board and will be forwarded to
President Roosevelt and to congress.
The total vote cast in the election was
65,532. The vote for the constitution
is 56,276. and against 9,073. The
campaign managers estimated that
70,000 votes would be cast election
day and their estimate was less than
5,000 from the correct figure. The
committee is making plans for their,
campaign in Washington this winter.
The committee presenting the con-
stitution and asking for an enabling act
will consist of twenty members, most
of whom will spend the winter in
Washington. It is the sense of the!
committee that for a school fund the
goverment should purchase the coal
lands in the Choctaw and Chickasaw
nations and turn them over to the state
This would make a magnificent fund.
The Indian nations would take
$10,000,000 for the coal properties,
embracing 482,370 acers' The plans
of the secretary of the interior to dis-
pose of these lands have failed. Dr.
Jacob Hollander of John Hopkins un-
iversity, who was sent here by President
Roosevelt, made a similar recommend-
ation to congress.
Tishomingo, I. T. Nov. 18.—Josiah
Brown of Tishomingo died Saturday
morning at 3 o'clock after a long illness
aged 71 years. Mr. Brown was a Chick-
asaw by blood and one of the best
known men in the Nation during his
long life. He had filled many of the
most important ofiices in the Chickasaw
Nation and leaves a host of friends.
Miss Quinnie Cate of Wynnewood
cpent Tuesday night in the city, guest
of her friend Mrs. Emma Wiggins.
She was on her way to Lindsay to at-
tend the street Fair.
P. N. Ken made a business trip to
Born To Mr. and Mrs. John Gwynne,
last Wednesday, a fine girl.
Dear Sir or Madam:
We have prepared our store and
stock this year for the greatest holi-
day trade in the history of our busi-
On Tuesday, Nov. 28th you will find
a display that will make gift-selections
easy. We take this method of cordially
inviting you and all members of your
family to call and inspect the finest
line of gift-goods that ever came to
It has required months of time and
many dollars expense to procure this sup-
urb stock but we are amply paid by the
results of our efforts.
If it is not possible for you to
come on the above date, come later, but
the earlier you come the better will be
the showing and the more ideas you'll
get for your gift-selections.
Yours very truly,
C. P. BRUCE,
The Live Druggist.
HAD YOU NOTICED?
We call our readers special attention
to the statement of the Pauls Valley
National Bank at the close of business
in our city as given in our last issue.
The figures speak volumes and show
the result of conservative business
dealings as well as the popular patron-
age possessed by this sound institution.
Although in its infancy, yet by merit
in itself and courtesy to its custom-
ers and the general public, this bank
j has forged rapidly to the front and is
already recognized favorably by all who
J do a banking business.
Our people are lucky indeed and
■ subjects for congratulation in securing
the Pauls Valley National, and here's
hoping it may ever prosper as it justly
deserves to under the present manage-
Mrs. Isom, who has been visiting
her daughter, Mrs. R. C. Propes and
family, left Sunday for her home at
Konowa, I. T.
Time and tide and the pretty pres-
ents wait for no man.—Hurry to
Go to Woftord Bros, for fresh oysters.
They keep the best.
THE SANTA FE EXTENSION.
j CLUB WOMEN COMPLETE WORK
The follwing officers were elected at
their meeting at South McAlester last
week, and club adjourned to meet
with Tulsia on their next annual meet-
President—Mrs. C- E. Wilcox, Eu
Vice President—Mrs. Davis, Musko
Second Vice President—Mrs. Har-
Recording Secretary—Mrs. Fannin,
! South McAlester.
Treasurer—Mrs. Phillips, Coweta.
Auditor—Mrs. Parmalee, Sapulpa.
Federation Secretary—Mrs. Webb,
Delegates to National Federation—
Mesdames McMillan, South McAlester;
Perry, Coalgate; Steel, Muskokee.
Those in attendance from Pauls
Valley were; Mesdames C. P. Bruce
and S. I. Bagwell.
We regret that space forbids us
giving a full report of the meeting.
The address of Mrs. Wilcox, the presi-
dent, is given elsewhere in part.
11ns Bank has a Paid up Capital
of $.)0,000-, together with surplus
funds of $85,000. In addition to this ft
our stock holders are individually lia- rJl
ble for $50,000 more. This makes A ^
GUARANTY FUND of 185,000,00 j%
that stands as (3)
A Bulwark of Safety fir
between our Depositors and any loss. W
On this strong showing we solicit &t
your business. ©
At a meeting of the stockholders and
directors of the Eastern Oklahoma rail-
way company the second amended
articles of incorporation were amended
to provide for the construction main-
tainance and^operation of branch line
number sixteen, operating between
Pauls Valley-Sulphur Springs. The
capital stock of the company is
$10,000,000. The directors include I
Charles Steele of New York; Edward P. j Speakers of lesson
Ripley and W. B. Jansen of Chicago; and F. Thomas.
B. Y. P. U. PROGRAM.
Sunday Nov. 26 at 3 p. m.
Subject Gods Wonder Works.
Opening Song; Prayer and song.
Reading of minuites and lesson.
Frank H. Greer, Henry E.Asp, U. C,
Guss and W. H. Merten of Guthrid.
See Clifton's new photo calander it
is something strictly swell. You need
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An expression of thanksgiving from
each member of the Union.
Quartette R. L. Philips, Jessie Reaves
Chas. Williams and F. Thomas.
Recitation—Miss Mary Dunn.
Miss Mattie Kinder.
Collection for Territorial mission.
Song and dismiss.
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