Pauls Valley Sentinel (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 7, 1905 Page: 1 of 22
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
22 Pages This Week. 1000 Readers. It's a Hummer—Notice our Advertisers.
Pauls Valley Sentinel
"with malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right.'
PAULS VALLEY, IND. TER., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7 1905.
Sulphur 6; Pauls Valley 0. sportsman-like manner. They are all
Our local boys accompanied by quite in their praise of Sulphur's hospi-
a crowd of rooters, among whom were tality. A grand ball was given at the
many ladies, went to Sulphur Thurs-1 J1 °nte Carlo at night to which every
, , Pauls Valleyite was extended a cordial
day to play that team a return game ol
It was an ideal day for the sport and
aside from the natural chagrin at being
defeated the day was quite pleasantly
The game was called promptly at 3
p. m., with the following lineup:
team has won and lost a
Mrs. I. T. Winbury left Saturday
night for Quanah, Texas. She was
called there by a telegram announcing
the serious illness of her daughter Mrs.
D. A. Barnes. Miss Pearl accompanied
her as for as Oklahoma City.
kicked to Pauls
It is always a pleasure for
to show our goods and it's
doubly so just now when we have
such a magnificent assortment of
useful and ornamental goods in
our holiday stock.
We call your early attention
to these goods for the reason
that they are so attractive that
we- fear you will not have a
chance to see them unless you
come soon. Come whether you are
prepared to purchase or not.
Such a showing of the latest
gift goods and staple articles
of exceptional beauty will sure-
ly give you ideas and make the
selection of articles for gifts
less a problem than you have
probably found it in past years#
The goods are all displayed
for your inspection and you will
undoubtedly be surprised and
pleased at the reasonable prices
at which they are marked.
We invite you to come often
and take all the time you want
in examining our stock.
Very truly yours,
C. P. BRUCE,
The Live Druggist.
The largest and most brilliant event
in the social life of our city was the
Thanksgiving reception given the
Alternate Saturday Afternoon Club by
Mrs. Moman Pruiett at her pretty
The rooms were artistically dec-
orated, the parlor and library in palms
and roies. The dinning room was
beautiful, the light coming from pretty
shaded candles which softly lighted up
the vine hung and carrination decorated
Mrs. Pruiett was assisted in receiving
in the parlor by Mesdames Hamm and
Bruce. The prizes of the afternoon,
which were beautiful pieces of china
were awarded Mrs. Dorchester and Mrs
Hamm. Mrs. Hamm then presented
her prize to Mis. McCluskey, her very
charming out of town guest.
At five o'clock a luncheon was served
the courses carrying out the Club color
effects. Here the assisting ladies in-
cluded Mrs. Bagwell and Miss Sniggs.
The favors of the afternoon were car-
rinations, the Club flower.
A special pleasure of the afternoon
was the piano solos with which Mrs.
Patchell and W. T. Hightower favored
the company. The Club members
present were Mesdames Frank Low,
Patchell, Dorchester, Hamm, Carroll.
Moore, Bagwell, Bruce, Sipes, Conger,
Van Hoozer, Lee, and Miss Low.
The guest of honor were Mesdames,
Vaughn, W.T. Hightower, McClusky,
Troutman, Bagg and Miss McMillan.
received the ball on the 2nd down on
a fumble. After 4 minutes of play
Bailey, Sulphur's crack fullback, made
a 30-yard run around Pauls Valley's
right end for a touch down. Hinkley. |
kicked an easy goal.
At no subsequent time in the game
was eihter goal in serious danger ex- j
cept after five minutes of play in the
2nd half; at that period Pauls Valley .
■ tcured the ball on a punt on their
own 10-yard line and by a series of
straight plays her backs carried the
ball to Sulphur's 60-yard line when it j
was again lost on a fumble-
The game was clean cut, devoid of j
wrangling and the best team won.
For Sulphur, Bailey, the great and j
only Bailey, was the bright particular;
star. In the writei's hunr.bje opinion |
Hinkley and McLaughlin should be
credited with their share of the victory.
Hinkley for his terrific line plunging
and McLaughlin for the superb way in
which he got down the field on punts.
For Pauls Valley, all the boys played
brilliantly at times, and yet not a man j
on the team played the game they are j
capable of playing. Worley was the „
SVZftd ZZrZZtZ i«i. p* * **■! ©• * « « « «* a®*®®®4®®®8®!
times after a fumble. Mitchell played !*n£ game. jf) gtatement 0f the Condition at the Close of Business Nov. 9, 1005, of the
♦u i ♦ Viaif rwsii at We understand the local manage*. A B «—< a k. I
^ ^-7FIRST NATIONAL BANK
strated that with a little more eaperi-! ">the lu,ore s v] BV . - INDIAN TERRITORY
enCe he will be a wonder. Coleman *>■ < " w0°'d doobt'
at lull, though light, played an ag- less prove «. interest,ng g,me.
F. L. Torrence and wife left Thurs-
day for New Mexico where they will
locate permanently. The place he
had not decided upon, as he had sever-
al locations in view which he wanted
to visit. We regret to lose such peop-
le from our city as Mr. Torrence and
wife but trust they may be prosperous
in their new home.
Foot balls at Bruce's.
Atty- Moman Pruiett,wife and daugh-
ter and Miss Anna Sniggs spent Thanks-
giving in Oklahoma City,
The game was presided over by Dr.
Wall of Sulphur, who acted in
capacity of both referee and umpire. s'de-
Bovill Manniss is building a nice
the dwelling on his property on the East
His decisions were in every instance
perfectly fair and just, and demonstra-
ted his superior knowledge of the
Our boys took their defeat in a
Loans and discounts
U. S. bonds
Due from U. S. tr*asurrr
Jcash and sitfht exchan*r
Dortch Young accombanied by his
room-mate, Roy Williams spent from
Friday till Sunday in the city with
Dortch's parents and friends
Capital stock paid in
Surplus and profits
l/J The above statement is correct,
E. C. GAGE, Cashier.
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Shaw & Parham. Pauls Valley Sentinel (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 7, 1905, newspaper, December 7, 1905; Pauls Valley, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110282/m1/1/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.