Pauls Valley Democrat. (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 21, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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PAULS VALLEY DEMOCRAT.
PAULS VALLEY, GARVIN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, SEPTEMBER 21, 1911.
Headquarters for School Books. Whatever You Want in School Books We Have. Palace Drug Store
SCENE OF SHOOTING
entirely through the body. ter an illness of nearly two
Mathers was unhurt. It is weeks, again on (he bench,
stated that Ballew wantyd'Court will continue tliis ai d
KILLED BY COUNTY ATTORNEY
TRAGEDY OCCURS IN OFFEICE OF COUNTY
ATTORNEY; WHO WAS IN CONFERENCE
some indictments sworn out
t and told one of the deputy sher-
- | itfs today if Mathers did not tile
J certain information that he
WILLIAM BALLEW OF TEXAS AND OKLAHOMA would never be the mean* of
DEAD issuiug another warrant. When
the two men entered the office
it is said that Ballew locked the
door behind hirn.
Ballew had been engaged in
shooting affrays heretofore In
the fall of 1907 he shot and
killed Irb Forshee, at that time
I a candidate for sheriff, and fol
lowing the Forshee killing two
I of the brothers of the deceased
shot Ballew with a 9hotgun.
He was badly wounded, but
survived, and was acquitted of
the killing of Forshee.
A special from Ardmore last
Saturday says: As the result
of a pistol duel today duiing the
noon recess of the District Corn t
Bill Ballew. a well known man
uf Northern Texas and South
ern Oklahoma, lies dead tonight.
His slayer was Couuty Attorney
James H. Mathers. It is said
that Ballew had made bad
threats against Mathers; and.
LINDSAY DOCTOR HONORED
Dr. G. VV. Boiling, of Lind-
say, has been appinted a mem
ber of the State uenlal Board
of Examiners by Gov. Cruce.
Dr. Boiling is a brother of the
well known attorney, R. E.
Boiling, of Lindsay. The ap.
next week, and the term " ill lit
consumed in civil matter
This is an immense civil docket
which cannot be disposed of at
this term of court. There has
been no grand jury this term of
court. The following are the
petit jury serving this week:
T L Camden, C G Shackleford,
Walter White, B F Odom, E S Hinds,
P B Henry. Geo Caldwell, S P Prop-
per, Brad Morgan, W J Tripo, E T
Griggs, A C Shiplev, A T Norvell,
Chas Romine, W T Underwood, Hen-
dersoD Harrison, W D Digby, T D
Craddock, John Stricklen, S P Aber
nalhy, J W Adams, Tom Pyle, J E
Among the visiting attorneys
in court the first of the week
were; K. E. Balling and John
Garrison, Lindsay; Senator
Rody and John McClure, Ada;
J. T. Wheeler, Wynnewood.
ECU SHOW .11
A LARjE NUMBER WAS ENTERED
PARTS OF COUNTY
Angle, A. 1) Burch, R. E. h< i-es sociippled it had to ' o
Braden, Marion Henderson and killed. The bridge was built
|others made some prettv waim jshortly after st,ateho. l >ut
speeches. Every farmer pies was washed, out during ti e
ent and most of the business flood of l'.'i 8 and afterwards re-
Imen of the city joined the buil\ This is warning >-nough
league. An executive commit- that a close inspection of bridges
| tee and one on by-laws were a | - should be made.
'pointed. A committee was also ...
|appointed to confer with the
igioners. The league will meet
!again tomorrow night, at which | Quite a crowd gathed at the
QflMP PIMP flNFQ FMTFRFH time the committees will re- Choctaw school house last Fri-
DUfflt rlltt UNtO tNltl1tUj|x)i.t Tht> orgunizat.ion w.n bf day evening for a spelling b~o
extended over the county, which was conducted by the
Other meeting dates, to organ- teacher Jesse D. Winbray.
ize, are as follows: Misses Rosa Nicholas and Kosa
Klondyke Saturday night. Younger, two popular young
Civit and McCaity Monday ; ladies «f the vicinity chose sides,
night. The Rev. J. H. Younger, one of
CHOCTAW SCKtlCL SPELLING SEE
STOCK WAS MADE.
pointment is quite an honor
while'Mathers was examining|a°d a just (recognition ot Dr.
some witnesses duiing the noon Boiling s standing as a man
recess Ballew entered his office aDd dentist.
and asked to see him privately.
The two men stepped into the
county attorney's private office
and soon several pistol shots
Sheriff Garrett and others
were near and Ballew came
SCHOOL BONOS SOLD
The Jordan Land &. Loan
Company last week bought the
school bonds issued by the Han-
son school district No. 59, and
from the door with a pistol in I the Walker echool district No.
MAINE 60ES WET
The vote in Maine to repeal
the constitutional prohibition
law on S pt. 11th was perhaps
the closest vote ever cast on a
state wide question. While the
vote has been reported favora-
ble to first one side and then the
other, the final canvass of the
vote shows that the wets car
aied the state by 2(1 majority.
MOON'S HOUSE BURNED
The four room reaidenct of
his hand. The sheriti took hold j 21. Each district sold $1200 iRev J W. Moon, west of Mc-
of the pistol and soon observed worth of bonds to the Jordan 'Cqrty, was completely destroy-
that Ballew was wounded, and
laid him down on the floor,
where he died in a few moments.
The fatal shot entered near the
shoulder, passed through the
Land & Loan Co. for 11212.
1 by fire last, night. Only part
of the household effects were
saved. Fire originated from the
kitchen flue. We could not
learn whether any insurance
District court convened Mon ^
region of the heart and passed day with Judge McMillan, af-1 was carried.
Rubber Goods Without Faults
Such rubber goods are on the market and we have them. The reason so
many poor rubber goods are sold is because dealers will not pay the price
for the good kind. We are willing to sacrifice a part of our profits to a
good cause. The incrtasing demand we are haying for rubber goods
proves to us that the public appreciates the superior quality of our goods.
When you need Hot Water Bottles, Sick-room goods, Nursery
Supplies, Syringes, Etc., come here for them. You'll find our prices
no higher than you would have to pay elsewhere and you are insured
THE LIVE DRUG CO.
The Rexall Store
The colt show last Saturday
was a fine success and the large
number of colts exhibited, and
the large crowd that attended,
demonstrated the interest the
people are takiug in the high-
est and best breed of horses and
mules The colts that were
entered in the show would be a
credit to any of the older states;
in fact, it looked like a Ken-
tucky horse show. The follow-
ing are the premiums:
First prize, M. D. Miller; second, J. S|
CarUon; third, T. L. Chandlee.
First prize, Pat O'Harpow; second, Pat
O'Harrow; third, T, J. Davis
W. D. Brewer, first prize.
G. A. Cole, second prize.
J. B..O'Harrow, third pr ze.
J. F. Jackson, Orst prize.
Hunt & M,crs, second prize.
Pi>t O'Harrow, third prize.
Hunt & Myers prizes best colts from
First prize, M. D. Miller.
Second prize, T. L. Chandlee.
Third prize, Ed Russoll.
Colts from Prince Napoleon:
Ed Russell, first prize.
Tom Davis, second prize.
J M. Elankenship, therd prize.
Perry Bros, piizes for best cclls from
their horse, R. C. Allerton:
First prize, J. D. Phidps.
Second prize, W. R. Ellisou.
Third prize, Ben Sewell.
Paoli Tuesday night.
| the school trustees, before the
say for the cause.
Whitebead Wednesday night, spelling begun delivered a short
Othei dates w ill be announced but interesting and instructive
later. address on education; and, ho
i was followed by Dock bixon,
j who o:i that occasion, as on all
SCHOOL 0PENIN6 educational and religions occa-
The city schools opened w ith sions, has something good to
an enrollment of t>37 pupils,
which is a fine showing, and
every thing is in line shape and
splendid working order. BEWCIKIS KETIK
Th>> State Democratic Central
ELMORE BRIDGE BREAKS I Committee has called to meet in
. Oklahoma City, Oct. 7th. Chair-
Tne county bridge, spanning i „ •
, , i .. ' , K man Branson, in calling the
Rick creek half :mle south of ... , „ .w„„
, , ,. , ...'committee together, says there
Elmore broke through with | a(e mattors of vital importan t
Scott Cook last week while he u organization to be
was crossing it with a bale oil ., , , . • ,
. iconsidered, hut ; ist what mat-
cotton on his wagon. Lxann- . ... v f 4llQ .
, , . , ters will come before the rae~t-
nation proved the piling had . , „Qn
.. , 1 ., , ing is not stated in the call,
rotted at the ground. 1 he I
bridge is some lo or 20 feet \
high, .and wagon, houses, Mr.
Bv theBenevol :it Association
Cook and Mrs. John Stephens,
who was in the wagon, fell
through into three feet of.nu'n".-, women's rind children's
water. Mrs. Stephens sufiered i clothiug. pai ticulaily winter
a broken thumb. Mr. Cook: garments. Send same to Mrs,
was badly but not dangerously j Froman Grant, or call up Mra.
bruised. The wagon wis a I Mack Moore-
complete wreck and one of the' Mrs. M. Burk-
- phone '2h J
POWER LEAGUE ORGANIZED
The Garvin County Power
League, a new organization,
was started at the city hali
Tuesday night. The call was
made by J. S. P. Simpson, and
the hall was packed to over-
flowing. It. E. Carter, of Klon-
d\ ke, was elected chairman and
Walter Kelley, of McCarty,
secretary. The object of the j
organizaiiou is to combat the j
systematic fight that is being j
made against accepting the |
weights of the county scales on
weighing farm products. If (
the spirit manifested by the!
crowd is any indication it
means a "sure null"' fight.
Andy and Rufe Carter, Joe
L. 11. SPENCER, Pres. S. W. STONE, V-Pres.
ROY BURKS, Cashier
...The First State Bank...
OF PAULS VALLEY, OKLAHOMA
Deposits placed in this bank are PROTECTED by the
the DEPOSITORS GUARANTEE FUND OF THE
STATE OF OKLAHOMA
Think It Over
We Loan Money We Want Your Business
"Place Your Money Where it is Protected''
Beautiful New Silks for Autumn
We inaugurate the fall season with a most noteworthy as-
sortment of new and attractive silks for street and evening
wear. Silks continue to maintain their popularity with well
dressed women. In carefully going through the markets we
have secured goods that will be pleasing to the trade.
Women's New Fall Suits
Charming Suits for fall made of plein and fancy mater-
ials, in all the new shades, satin lined, newest length coats, and
fashionable skirts, the tailoring is superb. You will find *hese
suits entirely different from the common place garments. See
us before you buy.
The FREEMAN - SIPES CO.,
The Piace to Buy
Good Goods Cheap
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Mitchell, J. D. Pauls Valley Democrat. (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 21, 1911, newspaper, September 21, 1911; Pauls Valley, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc118374/m1/1/: accessed January 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.