Pauls Valley Democrat. (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 27, 1911 Page: 2 of 8
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OLb VALLEY DEMOCRAT. FHL'KSDA^ APitll. i: 1^1
To Bovs and Girls
Who w D Bkvslev- state Agent
Farmers' Cooperative Demon
Wish to Enter Corn .tration Work.
and Cotton Contest
,r the corn contest you must
,nt i)"' te - than one acre of
, u F r the cotton contest
\ u roust plant two acies of
oo- ion. Plant any kind of corn
01 cotton that you think best,
tiat \our seed where you please
. j "of whom you please. Be
: • ,h>- Demonstration Agent
1 your name anil address Join
Agriculturial Club in your
c.^nty as soon a~ you can. or as
*> a as one is organized in your
county. Bulletins will be sent
l souii after your name is en-
, , d in Washington and if yon
. not get one early in the sea
- u write about it.
THINGS TO HEMKMBER.
senator R. L. Owen will give
l.ti boys cash prizes ranging
fi in ?- 00 up to 525.00.
When the corn is mature each
r unty Club will select the 40
b .•> whose exhibits of ten ears
,i be sent to the Oklahoma
Kiiir at Oklahoma City to
ui, te under rule" for three
/ s otb red by Senator R. L.
l'he lwy who maker the best
/al score under rule 7, whether
npeting for the Senator Owen
prizes or not will win the free
jp to Washington D. C., offer-
by Senator T. P. Gore.
\l! exhibitsof ten eai s of corn
vii in the exhibit of the for-
from each county com*
for the Senator Owen
/. will also be judged in
c mention for the Senator
( ne prize.
A boy competing for other
at the State Fair a' Okla-
ua City must use a separate
t a ears of corn.
Constipation Jjritg; rcaoy ailments
in its train ind is the primary cause of
roach sickness Keep your bowels
*£g'j;ar madam, and tcu will escape
many of the ailments to which women
ire subject. Constipation is a rerr
simple thing, bat i:ke many si tap. e
things, it may lead to setioos ccza
qaences. Nature otten needs a little
' issistacce and wnen ChamberAin s
Tablets are given a', the first uxtci
ti on, much distress a^d s.ferlcg c t
be avoided. Sold by all r>eale«.
in any part ol llwWk.
No contestant sh.ill t e allow d
to enter the i\ml«st after tb
work ;«> all nui>t ha><'
an e-^wal le?t
Thuse ex|MVting to enter the
contest should rep«>rt to tiie
office in plenty of time, so that
every thing may be ready to
begin a; the appoints timed
Remember she date and the
plac* of the contest. May _nd.
it 2-00 P.M., at she office of the
PEARL Brapfield •
WHAT THE LAW FORGOT
To be held at^Chickasha. May
16 th 1911.
There will be a State Spelling
Contest held at Chickasha Mn
16 th, 1911. Thii contest will
be between the representatives
of the Counties of Oklahoma,
and the pupil making the best
gradss both in written and oral
spelling will be declared the
winner in the contest.
Meda's will I* presented to
the winner in the St ate Contest,
by the Chamber of Commerce,
of Chi kasha
THF GARVIN COrSTY CONTEST,
to determine who shall represent
Garvin County in the State
| Contest, will be held at the
Conoty Superintendent's office
in Pauls Valley. May 2nd. 1911,
Ixiginning promptly a t 2:00
o'clock P. M.
Each District is requested to
send a representative to the
The words to be spelled shall
be seclected from "DoubV Ad-
vanced Speller," but the ones
selecting the words may choose
just such words as may be found
The law says we must sell pure
drugs" but we say "Puie Drugs
of High Quality." A worthy dis-
tinction and one you enjoy when
your prescriptions are filled here.
NEW IcILOlNG FO® MUSKOGEE
a*>a c tj <• H co-operate i"1 j
erect on cf atructure.
V .itcrfr-e Otli-—A definite agree
feat be**i Pitied hy the city
Matkec** ud Kutktf«t c*antr re
tiv* «K;j>erk;;et 16 tie enec' r
e>f k :«eCve cotatj axi man. .f
builc.H to cf t kalf a millioa do..ar-
Tie if* ooe.tt.'S*.:;>e fora of goverr.
seat jast is Musk:®**
U mpo—ihU tor tie arr&x.ceiLeir..
v ft" years aitc tt-e du ol Vts-k.'S
ta lot ard fkvm it tc tie feci
gOTen.iner.t ;or tie sate of i fectr.
j.n The city Ji.SiT for the 1c
TW Jaii *a* bail'., ai.fi abandoat-e
after atatahcofi. Tie povertmeD! it:
ji t deeded *.he looukm back to ti-,
j city. It la bo *orti IIM1.WK1. It >
1411X44 lee- - .".i a ::w: r_ r .-.
! dear around it. It ia proposed re
• cover this block with a twelve ttc
steel fire-proof building, to be o*Cv -
jointly by tie city and county.
) The city will deed the ground to
j th<> county. The county *"<11 is; -■
bonds for an amount suScient to en
1 the building complete. It will tfcer
ceed back to the city a eertain nuin'oe,
of floors of the building for municip .
nScea. Tie county will reserve for
Its oS"i use all floors it needs and ti •
ground floor and several other floor.
wHl be rented.
AGNEW & BAKER DRUG STORE
Editors To hear M'Ncal.
Chl^.sha. Okla.,—Torn McNeal,
state - rinter of Kansas, editor of the
Mail end ftttn and brother of Joe
>UN"€. of 1'iUthrip '.vlll be a guest at
tie State Editors' Association at
Chickisha and will deliver an address.
OIL WORK AIDED BY RAINS.
Is Sure to be a Success if We Supply
Ve take great pains to
:-e that all our custom-
rs are satisfactorily
-ved. It's a true say-
I. that a p'eased cus-
t iier is the best adver-
.isement, that we have
aany of them can easily
e seen by the business
• i do.
EGGS AN1) BUTTER
>ure White home Rendered Lard is our Special
ty at present. Try a Can of it.
J. E. ROGERS
For the Fir«t Time In Eight Months
Water Supply Is Plentiful
Muskogee, Okla.—For tl« Orst tin;'
In eight months there U plenty o:
water in the oil districts for dri!'.er-
to run at full capacity Without beint .
handicapped for water, ihe result i>
that drilling operations Lave increased
DO per cent. This new developmen*
is expected to Bake a marked increa;
in the producUon within the next 60
It Is not generally known that
water is an important feature In oil
well drilling. Many drillers contract
for water to be furnished to them at |
j $5 per day for each well being drilled,
and feel that It is cheap at that. Ac
effort was made last fall to get the city
of Muskogee to grant a permit to oil
men to extend a pipe line from the
city six miles to the oil fields to fur j
nlsh the drillers water, but the city
refused to permit the connection.
Fire At Hugo
Hugo, Okla.—Fire destroyed a barr
and a large quantity of feed stuff be
longing to Isaac Sprague, Ir. the Friscc
addition, Friday afternoon. A fiat
horse also was burned to death, tied
In his stall. The loss is about ti,
000, with no insurance.
Grand Jury Adjturns
Muskogee, Okla.—Tlio grand Jury
adjourned Wednesday after returning
fortysix indictments, six of them tor
murder. It recommended that th<
county proceed at once to collect
thousands of dollars alleged to be due
the county from fees collected and not
turned over by justices of the peace
aud county officials.
Kansan Purchases McCurtain Land
Idabel. Okla.,—Kight hundred acres
of land 1 < .ited eight miles south-
west cf Idabel on what is kno\vn as
the Li. kskillet place, have been sold
to W. L). Brown of Wichita, Kan., for
School Funds Out
McAlester Okla.—Owing to the
tunds of Indianola district being in-
sufficient to keep school running any
further, the public schools at that
place have been closed for the term.
Fish Fry for Officials
Chickasha Okla—H B Johnson, a
wealthy cattle dealer and ranchman,
entertained the official staff of the
Chickasha Chamber of Commerce at
a fish fry on his ranch near Middle
burg, Okla. •
PUBLICATION NOTICK—District Court
Joe Sams is hereby notified that ho has
been sued as defendant, in an action now
pending In the District Court of Garvin
County, s.ate of Oklahoma, wherein Pauline
Sams is plaintiff and Joe Sams is defendant,
and that he must answer the petition of said
plaintiff, filed In said Court in said action,
on or before the 2nd day of June 1811. or said
petition will betaken as true and Judgment
rendered asainst said defendant for decree
of divorce and cost of suit accordingly as
prayed for in said petition.
Bated April 17th 1911. ,
J. T. Aostix,
Clerk District Court GnrvinC'o.Okla.
(Seal; J. F. Jonhson,
Carr 8< l ield, Deputy.
Attorneys for I'lalntiff.
First pub. April 2U. last May 4.
Bond Issue Voted
McAlester, Okla.—At an election
held at McAlester the people voted by
n overwhelming majority to issue
$80,000 bonds for waterworks exten-
8 LOOK! LOOK!!
Two cars load of Furniture just in
One car of New Goods
One car of Second hand
. W it will surely pay you to get my prices before buying
J. L. GREEN
The New and Second Hand Man
L.W ROCK BUILDING ON SOUTH CHICKA-
SAW STREET. Phone 186.
New Buildings Sought
Hobart, Okla.—Local lodges are agi-
tating a bond issue for the erection of
a modern city hall In Hobart. The
Chamber of Commerce is to take the
matter up. A Carnegie library also is
promised some time this year.
I have a pasture for grazing
stock, with plenty of water.
5-2t. Pauls Valley.
The Pauls Valley High School
girls basket ball team will go to f
Norman Friday to participate
in the State track meet there
Friday and Saturday. The girls
have played excellent ball this k
season and have a wining tea^^L
and the locals feel confident
that they will win the State
pennant or give some one a
hard run for the honors.
Ed's Place is the quickest
short order house in town.
Tull to Branch Out
Muskogee, Okla.—K. M. Tull, owner
of the Folly theater in Oklahoma
C ty, has closed a leuse on the Hin
ton theater here and will put on
musical comedy during the summer
months. Mr. Tull intends te build in
Muskogee a theater to be run like the
Polly in Oklahoma City as soon as he
can secure a suitable site.
Weather Aids Wheat
Hobart, Okla.,—Continued cool
weather with light showers is aiding
the condition of the wheat crop in
this section. Farmers now report that
two-thirds of a ful crop will be harvest
ed. The acreage is about the same
as last year.
Wreck at Stuart
McAlester, Okl —Chicago, Rock Is-
land & Pacific freight train No. 82
was wrecked near Stuart, several cars
going Into the ditch No Injuries
^ Up to this
time, Pedestal T ables
r have been made with a
single pedestal, but their short-
comhigs are so many that one
manufacturer has succeeded
in overcoming them by
using two pedestals—eacK
oval or oblong and complete
They are called
They arc superior to others because:
No troublesome lock necessary. Gnpinft or standing open at
bottom impossible. As perfcct extended as when closed.
In extending a "Twin" to 6 ft. the tops open without spreading
pedestals. Prevents marring of finish on legs. H extended farther than
this the pedestals spread, giving the most rigid support possible without
exposing unfinished surfaces, locks, bolts, etc., us is the case with the
single pedestal tables, a feature worthy of your attention, especially when
entertaining friends at luncheon or if table is continually used, in ihe
"Twins" are made in numerous designs and finishes.
call and inspect them
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Lasater, Wayne H. Pauls Valley Democrat. (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 27, 1911, newspaper, April 27, 1911; Pauls Valley, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc118357/m1/2/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.