Pauls Valley Democrat. (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 12, 1911 Page: 3 of 10
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PAULS VALLEY DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY', JANUARY 12. 1911
BIG CLOSING OUT SALE AT ACTUAL COST
STOCK AND FIXTURES FOR SALE
A way to buy brand new
mercandise at first cost
Everything in Wen's Goods: Hart Schaffner and Marx Clothing
John B. Stetson Hats. Hanan and Ralston Shoes
Commencing Saturday morning one minute after six o'clock we will begin to sell the Alfred
H. Stephens stock, including the New York Store stock, at manufacturers cost. We will
sell it in big lump or retail just to suit the buyers as long as the stock last in these two stores.
It will Day you to come many miles to this big manufacturers closing out sale. These stocks
are too well known to give full detail. We have everything in Dry Goods, Men's and Boys
Clothing, Ladies and lien's Furnishings and Shoes, also Groceries. Nothing charged to any
one. Sales to last until every dollar's worth of good is sold. You will get a special letter
telling you all about it.
It will pay you to come from any town or country in Oklahoma to this cost sale
Everything for women as well as men
ALFRED H. STEPHENS,
Governor Haskell's Final
Message at A Glance
Believe that new chief execu-
tive should be accorded privilege
of making recommendations.
Population of Oklahoma has
increased in the three years of
his administration 243,000 peo-
Taxable wealth has increaced
$235,000,000. Industries and
manufactories have increased
300 per cent.
State bank debits have in-
creased from $17,000,000 to $55,-
000,000; national banks $32,000,
000 to 46,000,000. Total bank
deposits increased from $55,000,
000 to $102,000,000.
Bank clearing have increased
from $27,881,370 in 1900 to 122,
868,688 in 1910.
Bank guaranty law has been
upheld by the United States Su-
preme Court and has stood the
test of experience.
Time has proved the complete
efficiency of the state guaranty
banking law and the failure of
the nationanal banking system.
Advises that national bankers
not be accepted as best judges
of amendments to guaranty law.
Columbia Bank & Trust Com-
pany failure of $3,000,000 liqui-
dation without loss to depositors
and at expens* of only $13,775.
Governor should be given
greater power to assist in en
forcement of prohibition law.
Suggests memorial to congress
against issuance of internal rev-
enue licenses in prohibition
state; against use of mails to car
ry whiskey advertisements into
prohibition territory; against
interstate commerce being used
as protection of liquor ship-
"Punishment is for reforma-
tion, not revenge." Parole sys-
tem has been of great benefit.
Four commutations from death
to life imprisonment; fifty par-
dons within the last two years."
Prison labor should be used in
building public highways.
Sale of public building lands
show that state would be bene-
fited by sale of all such lands.
"We believe that the tenantry
system (on school lands) is a
wrong principle and that Okla-
homa should be a place for home
Permanent school land fund of
$5,111,881.91 well invested at 5
Sta'e of Oklahoma is to be
congratulated upon its standard
of credit. Only new state in
fifty years to keep its warrants
"I believe the legislative and
executive departments are en-
titled to the approval of the peo-
ple for the economic conduct of
state affairs." Two milliojidol-
lars will cover expense irom
JUST COMPARE OUR STATEMENTS §
I Pauls Valley National Bank
Pauls Valley, Oklahoma
E INVITE a comparison of our sworn statement* which have
been made to the Comptroller of Currency Ave tinaea each
year for more than five years. \Ve are just as strong in pro-
portion to our obligations as any bank in Garvin county. tNot an of-
ficer, director or stockholder of this bank owes it a penny. If you
have money to deposit we offer you jtut such protection as every
well regulated National Bank can give. If you want to borrow
money we will make you the best terms eossiatanl witk exUting
When in need of groceries
give me a trial. Phone 175
next door to Newburg.
Advertise in the Pauls Valley
Cotton Seed meal and Hulls
at Cummings Gin. Phone 130.
Jordan & Mitchell
J. D. Mitchell former county attor-
ney and Geo. I. Jordan the well known
land man have formed a partnership
under the firm name of Jordan &
Mitchell, for buying and selling land
on commission, and loaning money
on fa*m lands. They are going into
the business on an extensive scale,
and will keep in touch with all land
buyers. Special attention will be
given to land litigation and probate
matters. Their office is over Roady
& Son's grocer* store in the Weaver
building. Parties interested will
write or call on them at Pauls Valley,
If you want clean, fresh gro
ueries we have them. Give me
a trial. Joe Sanders
W. C. Chastain while trading
in Pauls Valley last week made
this office a pleasant call.
Fresh butter-milk served at
J. L. GREEN
The New and Second Hand Man
Just received a car load shipment of new
goods. Will make reduced prices on all
goods from now until after the holidays.
Dressers, from $4.00 up.
Bedsteads from $2.00 up.
Cane Bottom Chairs 55c while they last.
Everything else in proportion
NEW ROCK BUILDING ON SOUTH CHICKA
SAW STREET. Phone 186.
Would like to keep an account of their receipts and expenditures it scmeone
would keep it for them.
Open an account with the NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE and you
X<M will find the accounts keeps itself, with no expense.
w checks are always evidence of date and amount of all disbursement!
and your deposit book shows dates and amounts of your receipts.
Some of your neighbors and friends have accounts with us. WHY NOT
YOU? Don't wait for a big start—any amount offered either large or
small, is cheerfully accepted. It's a handy convenience to the farmers as
to the business man.
WHY ^°J1 YOU?
NATIONAL BANK OF COMCE
Pauls Valley, Oklahoma.
The Bank that Treats the People Right.
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Lasater, Wayne H. Pauls Valley Democrat. (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 12, 1911, newspaper, January 12, 1911; Pauls Valley, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc118345/m1/3/: accessed December 15, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.