Pauls Valley Democrat. (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 27, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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FAUI.S VALLEV DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, At'KIL J7 mil
PAULS VALLEY DEMOCRAT
Democrat Publishing Co.
Latkk: The Secretary of the
State Election Boaid has issued
to Ira Mitchell a certificate of
membership on the County Elec-
* ayne h. lasater.
Kutlneflft M "«er.
.ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY-.
ONE VEAH BY MAIL UN ADVANCi) *• «>
SIX MONTHS " " „ .. ?"
r ibm months
Entered it the Po.t Office at Paul. Vall.y, Okl -
",.nj at second-claM mall matter.
-ample Copln anil AdvertUlng ralel free oo appl
• ion. 'Phone 105
■ l.ife may l>e given in many
And loyalty to Faith be sealed
Ah bravely in the closet as the
Ho bountiful is Fate;
But then to stand beside her,
When craven churls deride her,
i front Lie in arms and not to
* ilii- i-liows, methinks, God's
\nd measure of a stalwart man,
Limbed like the old heroic breeds,
Who stands self poised on man-
hood's solid earth,
forced to frame excuses for
from within with all the
strength he needs."
CRUCE AND THE REPEAL
Governor Lee Cruce disgraced
himself last Saturday by issue-
ing a statement favoring the
repeal of section nine of article
nine of tho State Constitution.
The disgrace did not lie so mnch
in the error of his position on the
question as in his lending the
support of his gubernatorial
influence to an eleventh hour
election statement seeking to
influence voters by vaunting
his own patriotism(?)denouoing
the opjKjnents of the repeal as
"demagogues, " "professionel
oflice seekers, "and men "seek
ing to strengthen themselves by
appealeng to the prejudices and
ignorance" of the voters. Last
year the governor himself was
of the class now still opposing
the repeal-at least he then SAID
he was; and many rumors are
afloat as to his reason for
changing his position on the
question. The vote against his
measure was a strong anb
deserved rebuke to his official
PLAN FOR SEED CORN HOUSE
Detailed Instructions Given for Con
structlon 3f Building to Be Set
on Concrete Piers.
Th* etna!) seed corn house showr
In the accompanying diagrams should I
be built at )ea9t 3 feet oft the ground
and set on concrete piers, writes .1 |
Dwight Funk in the Breeder's Gazette
The building is 16 feet square and 1! ,
feet from floor to square. There art J
five rows of piers 4 feet apart and ti c
piers are 4 feet apart In the row ;
Thic editor of the Enterprise
. n«l the i ditor of the Democrat
I) >th live in Ward ONlflol Puals
Valley. Both papers editorially
OPPOSED the repal of section
nine of the constitution ac the
ft tecial election last Tuesday.
Ward ONE was theONLV ward
in ilie city that FAVOBED the
repeal. What's the conclusion?
Tom Fksskxokr, republican,
and Ira Mitchell, democrat, each
of Wynnewood, were cho en by
their respective parties as chair
man of the County Election
Board. Either would, no doubt,
be a good chairman but as it
seems that the law provides for
one member of the Election
Boai d from each Commissioner
District in each County, and as
we have one member from
Commissioner's District number
T. two from number three and
none from number two, it. seems
that the State Election Board
will have to settle the master'
High School Journal
HARRY AMONETTE, EDITOR.
The P. V. H. S. basket-ball
girls completely walked over the
Gainsville 11. S. girls in their
game here lest Friday night.
The Gainsville team came
here expecting to put one over
the Champions of Oklahoma,
but they retired from the field
with entirely a different view of
the matter. The final score
stood 59-1 in favor of Pauls Val
The girls will compete at the
track meet, which will be held
in Norman Friday and Satur
The H. S. base-ball team play
ed a double header Satdrday and
won both games.
Five 6x6s, which are 16 feet long, are
laid on the five rows of piers. Sills
answer for joists. The floor Is of t-
lnch stuff. The studding are 2xG
inches and are spaced 2 feet apart.
The rafters are 2x4 inches and spac-
ed 2 feet apart. Shingles are used for
the roof, which is one-third pitch, and
there are two ventilators In it. The
studding is 2x6 Inches and 10 feet
long, making 10 feet from floor to
square. There are two rows of up-
rights from the floor to the rafters
the uprights being 2 feet apart and
the rows 4 feet apart; each row Is 6
feet from the outside wall. Make
floors of wire cribbing every foot from
the floor to the square between tho
studding and corresponding rows oi
uprights, using 2x4s on which to lay j could
the wire cribbing. These 2*4 sup
portB are 2 feet apart In each floor
The floors are 1 foot apart. Place a
6-inch board at side of each floor to
keep corn from rolling off. There are
Melbane Cotton Seed
I have a limited supply
Melbane Triumph seed at
cummngs gin co.
The Price Is It
Everybody will offer
you buggies for from
$90 to $150 and tell you
that there are no bug-
gies for less. Here's a
quality line at popular
prices. Come in and
inspect my line. New,
nobby and durable at
prices that will surpise
you; fully warranted.
A Nice Runabout for
Cut Under Auto-Seat
Brass Finish Auto Top Buggy $85.00
Oih r styles, equally low prices, quality warranted
Special Prices on BUGGY HARNESS
Well selected are worthwhile. We take great pains in
selecting our canned goods, for several reasons; first, it
please- our old customers to know they are getting the best
the market can afford; second, we value your lives more
than a few cents of profit in the sale of canned goods.
FEED and PRODUCE
J. A. ROADY & SON Delivery
Bugar ueeis man proper rotation oi
The importance of maintaining the
fertility of our high priced land is
gradually becoinlug more and more
Some farmers may think it unwise
to use a big tractor in drawing a
small load, but by wise and judicious
planning the expense can be material-
Tho worst enemy of cantaloupes
and cucumbers is the leaf blight or
"rust," a fungous disease, and this
positively can be prevented by timely
and thorough spraying
Such subscribe! s may also l e
assigned new telephone number.
It is the intention of the Com-
pany to treat all a like, and the
Company asks the co-operation
of all subscribers in making the
plan a success.
The Company would prefer
the payment to be made by
check payable to order of the
Company. In case of any ap-
parent errors take the matter
up immediately for adjustment
with the Manager of the Com-
pany, telephone 205.
W. E. Kinkebrew,
E. E. Westervelt,
Gen'l. Com. Supt. 5 2t
doors on each side, eight doors to the
side; they are 2 feet wide and 9 feet
high. Keep them open In fair weath-
er. Place 6 Inches of corn on each
floor. There will be 11 floors to each
side of the seed house.
Quard Against Stink Bug.
The squash stink bug must be
guarded against on squashes as well
as other cucurbits. Remove and de-
stroy the leaves containing the shin
Ing brown eggs. The Insects may also
be trapped and killed under boards
early In the spring and the young in-
sects may be destroyed with kerosene
Tile From Cement.
A machine has been Invented which
will make tile from cement. The ma-
chines are small enough to be used by
Individual farmers, and the cost la
All Telephone Subscribers:
For sometime bills for tele
phone service have been mailed
to a.lai ge number of subscribers.
This was done in nvst install
cos at the subscribers request
Some of the reasons for making
the request were that the bills
handled i n regular
manner and did not interfere
with other business and thus
avoid being bothered by col
lectors at inoppoitune times,
and that it was customary to
receive bills for water, light and
gas by mail. This mailing list
has continually increased, which
indicates that it would be satis-
factory to the majority of sub-
scribers to receive their tele-
phone bills by mail.
Commencing May 1st and the
first of every month thereafter,
hills covering exchange rental
for current month and tolls for
preceding month will be mailed
to each subscriber at address
shown on books of Company, so
if you fail to receive a bill, or
your address is changed, the
Company should be notified.
The bills are due on the first of
the month, and should be paid
on or before the 10th of the cur-
rent month at the office of the
Unless payment is received by
the 15th of current month ser-
vice will be suspended, and after
service is suspended, if bill still
remains unpaid for five days
the telephone will be removed
for non payment. In case where
telephone is actually taken out
for non payments and the sub-
scriber again desires service, he
will be treated as an entirely |
new subscriber, being required ' anything from any place to any
first to pay all accounts in ar-1 where. Prompt attention.
rears and three months in ad I
Two garden crops a Beasou means
almost double profits.
Amber cane and kafllr corn are
good crops for rough forage.
For cheap roughage there Is prob-
ably no better crop that the millets.
Corn easily heads the list as the
best single grain for fattening lambs.
It Is perfectly feasible to apply rock
phosphate to ground recently ma-
Straw may be only a small Item on
the farm, but still It should not be
As a ditch filler, to prevent addi-
tional and washing, water-soaked
straw Is good.
Onion seed for ripe onions should
be sown as early as the ground cuu
be worked In good order.
Oats respond readily to good treat-
ment, so a thorough preparation of
the seed bed Is important.
No factor perhaps tends to add
more to the successful growing of
Lame Shoulder is nearly always due
to rheumatism of the muscles, and
quickly yields to the free application
of Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale
by all Dealers.
For the best cleaning and
pressing in town go to J. A.
Evans. Prices very reasonable,
still they are not scab prices.
Dr. Cox's Painless Blister
Guaranteed to give satisfaction and
blister without pain or your money
refunded. For sale by all druggists.
Mrs. J. D. Canady and two Y
children, Irene and Paul, left
last Saturday for Henderson,
Tenn.,where they will spend the
summer with Mrs.Canady "s par^
"Our beby cries for Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy." writes Mrs. T. B.
Kendrick, Rasaca, Ga. "It is the
best cough remedy on the market for
coughs, colds and croup." For sale
by all Dealers.
Best Grade of Coal. No slack
or dirt at Cununings Gin. Phone
Pauls Valley Transfer
S. L. Robinson, Prop.
Will move your household
goods, trunks, boxes, freight
to and from the depot or hau
vance, and make new contract.
Day phone 145 Night phone2
REGARDLESS OE BRAND
Doesn't make any differ-
ence what it is or how it is
labeled that fact that it
comes out of our store is
a sufficient guarantae as to
its quality. We stand be-
WAGNER'S NEW GROCERY
PHONIC NO. 175
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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/m1/4/: accessed December 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.