Pauls Valley Democrat. (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 13, 1906 Page: 1 of 10
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PAULS VALLEY DEMOCRAT.
PAULS VALLEY, IND. TER., THURSDAY, SEPT. 13, 1906.
ROBINSON'S CHILL TONIC, CURES CHILLS, Guaranteed at the Palace
COTTON WAREHOUSE IS NOW ASSURED
Score one more for Pauls Valley en-
The Farmers' warehouse will be
ready for occupancy before October 1.
All that prevents the work of build-
ing being in progess todav is the fact
that needed material has not yet ar-
rived, but it is on the way, and work
will be in full swing by the first of
The business men of Pauls Valley,
with very few exceptions, have liber-
ally subscribed to the building fund to
assure for this city a cotton warehouse
that will have no equal in this district.
The building will occupy a conven-
ient site adjoining the compress, and
facing the railroad. It will have enor-
mous capacity for cotton storage and
every facility for making quick ship-
Liberal Response to the
If the Pauls Valley Commercial club
were to cease existence today its suc-
cessful promotion of the cotton ware-
house would mark the one achieve-
ment that should for years be recalled
as a great work well done for this city.
While Pauls Valley has in a some-
what limited way been the leading
cotton market of the Chickasaw nation
it has not enjoyed the full measure of
the traffic that its advantages deserved.
Heretofore the one setback in hand-
ling the cotton crop in this city has
been the lack ol sufficient storage
The new warehouse remove*, that
one disadvantage and Pauls Valley now
takes her rightful position at the head
of the cotton trade procession in the
Chickasaw nation- From Paoli on the
north, from Lindsay and Maysville, to
the northwest, from Antioch and White-
bead on the west, Byars and McGee
to the east and Wynnewood to the
south, and from such thriving districts
as Elmore, Foster, McGee, Okra,
Kiser, Klondike. Robberson, Brady,
Walker and Purdy, the major portion
of the cotton crop will find its way to
the Pauls Valley market.
The cotton warehouse is something
to jubiliate about.
C. B. Sipes, J. T. Jones and George
Rennie constitute the Commercial
club commitiee that raised the fund.
Walnut Timber From
Pauls Valley for Europe
A. G. McLaughlin of Austin, Texas,
representing the Southern Walnut
Lumber Company, the largest exporter
of fine grained hardwood in the south-
west, was in Pauls Valley this week
and purchased two carload of walnut
logs. The timber was sold by W. P.
Wade and S. M. Conger.
The logging of walnut is a growing
industry in this section and the prices
paid for fine grained timber make it a
The purchase made by Mr. Mc-
Laughlin comprised massive timbers
from which planks three feet in width
can be cut. It was shipped from this
city to Galveston, thence to Hamburg,
Germany, where the timber is cut into
planks and strips for veneer work.
In the log it brings $20 to $60 a
thousand. After polishing, part of it
^finds its way back to the United States
being imported by cabinet workers,
and makers of fine furniture.
The Usual Tale of
The Loadless Shotgun
E. I. Barnes, who formerly was in
the employ of the Valley Grocery Co.
in this city and is now with the Wells
Fargo ExDress company in Oklahoma
City, was shot and seriously wounded
a fellow-clerk last Thursday-
It is the familiar story of the
which was being carelessly handled.
Mr. Barnes' skull was shattered by
the charge, but despite the seriousness
of the injury his condition is now im-
The injured man is' a brother to
Dr. L. L. Barnes of this city.
Ed Braden left Saturday night for a
few days trip to New M exico-
Little Daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Price Dies
Virginia, the five year old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. R- T. Price died
Tuesday evening after and illness cov-
ering a period of several days.
Little Virginia was a winsome child
who will be greatly mourned by her
youthful playmates, and leaves an un-
fillable void in the hearts of her parents,
who have the sympathy of the entire
The funeral took place Wednesday
forenoon, interment being in city cem-
Ed J. Coyle of Perry, O. T., who is
proprietor of the Coyle Gin is here
today. Mr. Coyle has gins and eleva-
tors at several points in the new state.
One More Week
Our big "(.'loan-up" wall paper sale will close
Thursday, September, 20th. We waul you to take ad-
vantage of our unp;tralle<l bargains before il ii^ everlast-
ingly to I'ito. There ueve| will be a time in the history
of Pauls Valley when better bargains will be offered you.
If you are contemplating papering a room or two in the
Spring, it will pay you to buy the paper now, and keep
May we not serve you during the coming week?
C. P. BRUCE
"The Live Druggist"
(USE S. W. P.)
THE RAILROAD ASSURED
Twenty Thousand Dollar Bonus
is Only a Small Effort
for this City
Manager of Compress
Joins Benedicts' Ranks
J. C. Murphy, the popular manager
of the Chickasaw Compress in this city,
was married last Sunday evening at
Ardmore. His bride was Miss Rosa
Lee Sims, daughter of Judge and Mrs.
H. T. Sims of Ardmore, a young
woman of charmfng qualities who is
very popular in the society circles of
the Chickasaw metropolis.
Mr. Murphy is also well known in
Ardmore and himself and bride were
\he recipients of many marks of friend-
ly esteem. In Pauls Valley where he
has resided for sometime Mr. Murphy
is known as a young man of sterling
worth and possesses the confidence of
the business community.
Mr. and Mrs. Murphy arrived home
in this city Monday.
T. A. Vaughn, Pres.; J. F. Myers,
A. J. Hallum, vice-Pres.; A. R.
Pauls Valley Nat'l. Bank
Pauls Valley, I. T.
A Safe, Conservative
■ (Capital Stock $25,000.00) ;
T. A. Vaughn, J. F. Myers, A. R.
Hickam, J. T. Hill, J. T. Jones, A.
1 J. Hallum, N. D. Duffield, Noah
The congressional district central
committee met in the Commercial
Club room last Monday and decided
upon the foregoing.
Momon Pruiett of Pauls Valley was
elected chairman of the central com-
mittee, and will give his indefatigable
efforts to seeing that a primary is held
in every precinct in order that the
candidate chosen will be the true re-
presentative of the party. W. M. B.
Mitchell of this city is permanent sec-
retary of the committee and J. E.
Burch, Jr., of Whitebead is treasurer.
The campaign committee, which
with chairman Pruiett comprises Frank
rfiley, Paoli, A. J. Carter, Lindsay,
Dr. B. Ward, Purdy; N' B. Spearman,
Elmore, will have full charge of the
Owing to the fact that the Oklahoma
primary law proves impractible to con
ditions in the Indian Territory the
committee was compelled to devise a
form of advisory primary for choosing
a candidate, and the plan submitted
by the state central committee was
adopted with the exception that in-
stead of adopting the plan in its en-
tirely it was so amended that the
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY TO TAKE
PLACE NEXT THURSDAY, SEPT. 20
Candidate Receiving the Highest Vote in
Advisory Primary to be Chosen by
the District Convention
The democratic primaries to name the candidate for dele-
gate to the congressional convention will be held next J hurs-
day, Sept. 20, and a convention to ratify the primary choice
will be held in this city probably the Saturday following.
candidate receiving the highest num-
ber of votes throughout the district
will be the party nominee. In each
precinct delegates will be elected and
these delegates pledge themselves to
vote in convention for the high man.
The fight for the nomination is a
keen one. E. E. Alkire, one of the
leading democrats of Lindsay, has en-
tered the contest and promises to give
the other candidates a close run. R.
T. Jones and Milas Lasater are the
Pauls Valley candidates. Each has a
number of earnest friends working for
him, and both claim victory. All are
good men and each wants the nomina-
tion to go to the man who receives
one vote more than half of the total
cast by the democracy of this district.
In attendance at Monday's meeting
were the following; Moman Pruiett,
W. M. B. Mitchell, A- F. Pyeatt, T.
D. Murray, T. I. Hamm, W. M. Erwin,
Pauls Valley; Frank Riley, Frank
Pearce, Lon L Moore, by Jack Florence
proxy, and J. W. Morrow, Paoli; J. P.
Gibson by Edmond Shegogg, proxy,
Elmore; J. S. Garrison, Sam Neil by
J. T. Blanton, proxy, Lindsay; T- H.
Vaughn, Maysville; Dr. B. Ward,
Purdy; J. E. Burch Jr., Whitebead;
N. B. Spearman, Elmore.
The citizens of Pauls Valley want
the Kansas City, Lawton and Pacific
railway to come to this city, and they
want it badly enough to go down deep
into their pockets to bring forth the
There was no uncertainty about last
Friday night's mass meeting. Every
man present knew what should be done
and little trouble was encountered in
preparing for actual accomplishment. g
President Hickam of the Commer-
cial club presided and Albert Rennie
ucted as secretary in keeping account
of the contributions offered to the
At Mr. Hickam's request Attorney
Patchell stated the proposition made
by Vice-president Hill of the K. C. L.
& P. He urged that the citizens lose
no time in assuring themselves that
Pauls Valley was on the line for it was
a certainty that the road would be
H. M. Can followed with a forcible
address in which he detailed the many
reasons that Pauls Valley citizens had
for needing a competitive road, calling
particular attention to the discriminating
freight tariffs and poor train service
afforded this citv in return for the
amount of business it gave to the Santa
Fe. Mr. Carr called attention to
Guthrie and Oklahoma City as examples
of what could be accomplished for a
community by enterprising citizens
and competition in railroad service.
Mr- Hickam exhibited a map of the
proposed route of the K. C. L. & P.
and it was eagerly examined by those
It is now certain beyond all doubt
that the road will be built, for this
week attorneys for the K. C. L. & P-
have been closing up legal arrange-
ments that will permit of actual con-
struction work as soon as right-of-way
questions in several localities are set-
tled. This includes the absorption ol
the Midland Valley system.
When Mr. Hill returns and this city
he will find that he did not underesti-
mate Pauls Valley's public spirit.
60a, OO* O0 OS-."tO-O .<00 " 00 ■*<
v "| don't own a loot of land, nor ^
r did I ever earn a dollar in the
0 town but I'll give u hundred."
g It was at the railroad mass meet-
* ing that J. P. McConehay, a new
g arrival in Pauls Valley made the
*, foregoing statement.
§ There's a whole sermon for
^ every business man, every prop-
er erty owner and for every individual
1 J in our city in those words.
The point is this:
If Pauls Valley with her pres-
* ent swadling clothes appearance
§ makes so good an impression on
a man who had been in the city
less hours than the number of
dollrrs he gave for the common
^ good, what should YOU do?
g Just ask yourself!
* And then remember wat your
8 conscience replies remember it
*' the eext time a Commercial club
" committee calls upon you.
66 j," 00 * 00 t>0 > 00 * 0O*' 00
Don't you think its worth while to
look over Bruce's wall paper offer be-
ore it is too late?
- T HE —
WE MAKE an earnest
effort to accommodate
all classes. Onr aim is to
make this in every respect
the People's bank; a bank
where all may feel at home;
a place where those of mod-
erate means may expect the
same treatment as those
more favorably situated.
The First National
of Pauls Valley, I. T.
Capital and Surplus Funds
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