Pauls Valley Democrat. (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 1, 1906 Page: 1 of 16
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
/ ViAJJrxUA CI
PAULS VALLEY, IND. TER., THURSDAY, NOV. 1. 1906.
There are few families that escape the need of sick-room supplies Although the> < -
tunatelv may not be required now, it's well to know where you can hud such J
may mean a saving of time when they are needed in a hurry. We carry a large stock of sick
room goods As wo are favored by the patronage of physicians from all jjarts of the < .it > . oui
stock must necessarily be varied. It is varied -so much so that it is impossible to w'^uner-
ate the articles here, but when occasion arises for the use of anything otthwna uie \ou < .i
depend upon finding it here.
C. P. BRUCE
"The Live Druggist"
(USE S. W. P.
- DEMOCRATIC TICKET
mart Id Circle Where X i ,
ROBINSON'S CHILL TONIC, CURES CHILLS, Guaranteed at the Palace
Warning to Voters
The last week of a political campaign is a fruitful period for cauip«o
canards. Charges of the most vicious character tnay be expected aa4
all voters should be on their guard against them, and be not deceived.
The press of the opposition has, from the beginning, spent practic-
ally its entire force in vilifying our committee: this for two purposes:
FIRST—of drawing our own and your attention away from the is-
sues of the campaign, and blinding you to its importance.
SECOND—for the purpose of shaking the confidence of the peopla
in the integrity of the committee and thereby cause the withholding at
They have signally failed in both. This misrepresentation and
abuse has been ignored. The committee has pursued its work of organ
ization on funds supplied Wholly by personal contributions of loyal Oiti-
zens, and not a dollar of trust money has been received or *pe t.
None will be. The experiment of financing a campaign by the coa
mon people has proven a success
Our labor for a victory of the people against organized greed at
nearly over; but little remains to be done except the registering of y r
vote: from seventy to seventy-five of the delegates will be democratic
and they will owe no allegiance to any one, except the people who
have elected them. See that every one of your neighbors, interest#*
in good government, goes to the Dolls; the committee has endeavwei
to perform its duty; the enemy is defeated, knows it and is demoraliz-
ed: the day of the carpet-bagger and the gTafter is past, the rale «f tht
JESSE J. DUNN, CHAIRMAN.
C. D. CARTER, SECRETARY.
TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF THE W'l'H DISTRICT
The election is upon us. We have fought u go-'d tight and we have won rtoe Irtltie.
j It the democratic voters will go to the polls, victoiy is ours. The shameless WCU0 vt
the Republicans disgrace the name of common decency. The constitutional district* i*
i the Indian Territory and Oklahoma were laid out by Republicans. The Demociats
disseminate were denied any participation. These districts were formed in utter disregard «f
" 1 lation and geographic boundaries Some districts are over fifty miles long and not *mt*
^ nc.1 ,• . * . TI T D1-:. throughout their district. Therefore j lhan ten mlies narrow. Many democratic districts are double in population of lie te-
la the 95th district where H. L. Bta r „nouncement o( Mr. putt's public,n districts. The dmocrats must go to the polls and rebuke thU, great outrHJ.
of Katy is pitted against Prof. F- J. • , I The safety of Oklahoma lies in a democratic constitutional convention. If the democratf
. ,,, ,. . . intentions galled at least one typical oll a fuu vote th,. constitutional convention will be democratic as surely as rs«g««
Stowe of Wynnewood tor delegate 10 i r
the constitutional convention. Blair Stowaway in the commun. y ant ties- As the last word before the close of the campaign, we beg the democrat# «•;«•
is the regular democratic candidate day morning Mr. Pruiett found in his i the polls and vote. By so doing, ouri section will have its :full representation
, :i Utter from Wynnewood the con- equal voice in ^uture democratic councils. Moreover, by a full vote ot the d«ao€«l
i while Stowe is a sort of Wynnewood- mail a letter trom wynnewood tne con ^ eleclion Member 6th, carpetbagism will be driven from the borders of the
thc-rest-of-the-world be-damned candi- tents Of which were as follows. state. The tepublican doctrine of social equality with the negroes will be strangled tw-
i ever. We will have separate coaches, separate depot facilities, separate schools, art
date, representing no known principle Wynnewood, I. T., Oct. 29, 1906. ; separate hotels. We will have a government in which the white and Indian r«ci *l
but get-the-job-at-any-cost. Moman Pruiett, Esq., Oklahoma will be the dominating factor in the development and civilization of eat
request of the democratic ' Pauls Valley, I. T. new s,atr- S^chS'sTc'relary, Campaig.
Committee 94th Constitutional District.
sonally, and of a dozen or more negro j The writer is informed that you are to
Pruiett is Unbluffed
"Hands Off" or Head
Off is threat
It takes more than a threat to deter
a Pauls Valley democrat from his duty.
Moman Pruiett is today giving an ex-
hibition of cool nerve down in Henne-
pin where he will address a mass meet-
! ing of negroes tonight. Hennepin is
' address "The negro as a citizen of the
ne,7 state" at Hennepin tonight.
This address of Mr. Pruiett's is one of
the most thoughtful treatises of the re-
lation of the negro to the state pro-
duced in this country and the publica-
tion of the article a couple a months
ago called forth laudatory expressions
from intelligent negroes in all parts of
But it is not the desire of the men
' who rule in the rookery eight miles
south for educatiion to
Fir Qtltgite « 0oflilit*tior.al
0MILAS LASATER .
I'll Show You a Mew
i At the request of the
campaign committee, ofMr. Blair per
sonally, and of a dozen or more negro , 0,'t,
f \ soon begin a campaign in the 95th district.
i citiiens Of Hennepin, the latter declar- I you know that have no business campaign- bullets before you make very many speeches
I - • • • .. . 1 . T A. 1 i . ' . . , . , . . . . f
j ing that the Stowe campaign managers I >ng in this district and that if you tend to We do not expect this letter to stop you lor
l!JIP . your own business in the Mud Swamp we believe that you are fool hardy enough
were classing them as political chattels Valley district that you will have all that g0 on an(j lry to make capital out of this.
ready to deliver themselves to whom- d°' Y°U h"e,y
3 , . (TRUTHFULLY wari
soever the bossesjwantod, Mr. Pruiett ^ begin the campaign in this district that
announced that he would deliver his i you will receive from 1 to 6 winchester
I .mid for Rent
■ ...i mk —: —
Money at 1 \1 per Cent Int.
Can You Beat That? No. YOU Can NOT
We have one million dollars to lend you right away at
the Lowest interest katk kvek quoted in the Indian teh-
_ ^ kitory. We wont run after you to get your business at
, . ... i j t uhiM ? this rate, but if you will command see us when you want to
^laciufcud £ S I born,,- you can get the benefit all right. Come now.
iiiest of them it I • i ni JjJ
shuwing it in patent leath n
er and the new platinum
finished kid—a mighty
ilressy shoe for you to4wiiai' j \
135 acres of good land, good i a«i«
to go on and try to make capital out of this, i (, room house and all necessary Sift-
but, by the eternal God?, there Winchester j buildings, good water, pleasantly l«C*t-
balls large enough to stop you, and the miles south of Pauls Vallty far
writer will have the pleasure ot ending the .
careerofone ol the "Blackest Sheep" in rent to reliable tenant. Apply N*J.
the Territory. I am thirsty tor your blood, Elliott.
yet I am a man and will not shoot you with >
out warning, however I expect to bush-
whack you and will be in the Cotton patch
wailing for you to pass. No one but myself Hamly and his famous Phota Gar
knows of this letter nor of my purpose and ^ bg here jn lwQ weeks_
I do not intend that they shall either before
A or after the shooting, but I intend to do Xoilet powers, face, talcum, bath,
;1 «■«.., « ■ "'« •«
to f^ive them the same dose. I expect to Bruce S Drug Store.
take the advantage ajid keep it.
No scare; No Bluff; but a challenge.
I dare you to take.
"The man who wrote that letter
M. M. GliBIN
Sole agent for Edwin Clapp Shoes j ]
The Valley Abstract Co.
Pauls Valley, Indian Territory.
No delays, no extra expense. The best contracts
would burn a bridge at midnight."
Such as the only expression that Mr..
Pruiett would make regarding the let-
But he is at Hennepin today.
And a postal inspector is at Wynne-
T H E
•m n >* m n iH'i * ♦1 m
S T. A. Vaughn, Pres.; J. F. Myers, ^
X A. J. Hallum, vice-Pres.; A. R. «
• Hickam, cashier.
Pauls Valley Nat'l. Bank
Paula Valley, I. T.
A Sate, Conservative
i (Capital Stock $25,000.00)
T. A. Vaughn, J. F. Myers, A. R.
I Hickam, J. T. Hill, J. T. Jones, A.
J. Hallum, N. D. DuEBeld, Nosh
The Santa Fe Trust Bank
Paus Valley, InJ. Ter.
You are invited to bank with us. Call and ex-
amine our safety deposit boxes. Your valuables are
absolutely safe." Yon carry your key to your box
which insures secrecy. We make Chattel, Farm and
City Loans and will write your insurance. Call at
the bank or write us and we will gladly give you full
H. R. LITTLE, President. R. F. HOWARD,
FRANK J SCOTT, Sec and Treas. V-President
Cooked Some Goodies
George Rennie has been very popu-
lar this week, and the restaurants have
suffered to a small extent thereby.
The Rennie Hardware company has
been conducting a demonstration of
the Home Pride range, with L C-
Leeper, the factory representative in
charge. One of the ranges is set up
in the store and is in charge of pretty
culinary artist who has been achieving
wonders in the production of hot bis-
cuits, cookies and other dainty edibles.
The occasion has also served to in-
troduce the Pauls Valley Mill com-
j pany's products, all of the flour used
being "Made in Pauls Valley."
F. W. Troutman, formerly of this
city, but now of Byars, was in town
Tuesday on business-
WE MAKE an earnest
effort to accommodate
all classes. Our 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 Fund
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 Democrat. (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 1, 1906, newspaper, November 1, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116148/m1/1/: accessed February 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.