Pauls Valley Democrat (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 5, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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Paul* Valley, -- Oklahoma, i
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I III KANT AVK.
PIPER FOR WAYNE
The Wayiie Beacon is a new
pa|>er on our exchange table.
It is a neatly printed and well
edited paper and dees credit to
that busy growing little city
and here's hoping Editor Little
will receive the business nec-
cessary to Hup|x>rt a live pa[ter
such as he is capable of produc-
A new club, called "The Sew
ing Club", ha> been organized
and had its first regular meeting
with Miss Corinne Gibson on
last Friday afternoon.
The hall and ptrior was
beautifully decorated in cut
flowers, many palms and other
pot phnts. Each member was
requested to bring her sewing or
euibr >idery, and an h«ur was
Hi us pleasantly and profitably
spent. Pleasant conversation
and recollections of happy
school days just ended, brought
the afternoon to a close.
Dainty ices and cake were
faultlessly served and the club
adjourned declaring Miss Gib-
son an ideal hos'ess.
'I he members are as follows:
Miss Dorothy Settle, of Wyn-
newood, is the guest of Mrs.
B. R. Ray burne.
Mrs. C. P. Witten )>as return-
ed after a pleasant visit to her
sister in Topeka. Kansas.
Mrs. Henry Pennington and
little daughter are with relati-
ves in Monette, Mo.
Mrs M. H. Duncan, who has
been quite sick, is much better
aud improving rapidly.
Wm Cole, former Deputy
County Treasurer, is spending
a few days with friends here.
Ira C. Bryant, cashier of
First National Bank of Mays-
ville was iu the City Tuesday on
K?ox Hendereon. of Oswego,
Kans., is spending a few day
NEWS IN BRIEF
Dallas wants the Knight
Templar 1916 Conclaje.
Two eminent Italian scientists
claim that pellagra conies from
Misses Jewel Patched, Corine i here with his parents, Dr and
Gibson, Maude Witten, Vivan j Mrs J. H. Henderson.
Calloway, Myrtle Home,Vivian
Braden, Iberline Pratt, Ada
Saxun. Bernice Bush and Eliza
| Miss Lela Johdson of Shaw-
] uee was the honor guest.
The Guthrie chautauqua
open June 26
Alfred Austin, British poet
laureate since 18!t(>, died June '2
at the age of 77.
The building and trackage of
the Interurban Terminal Station
in Dallas >\il| occupy an entire
city block, (be building will be
nine stories high, with an im-
mense basement and there are
to be twelve tracks in train shed
The total cost will be cl .-e to
The Democrat has. received,
through the courtesy of Miss
Bessie McMillans, an invitation j <jay for Dalhart, Texas,
to the University Commence- later
Mrs. Russell who has been
visiting her daughter. Mrs. W.
Farmer, returned Monday to
her home iu Ft. Worth. Texas.
Miss Elizabeth Campbell has
returned home from Dallas Tex.
where she attended school the
past year, and was among those
Victor Shubert left on Mon-
wilt go on a government
The Methodist Church will
have a market, Saturday at
Parham Bros store. Mrs S n.
Reed and Mrs R. S. Sateifield -
will be in charge.
Mrs D. B. Wells, iu a lecture
on Mormonism last Thursday
night before the mission study
school of the First Methodist
church at Oklahoma City,
made the strange statement,
that Rev. C. T. W. Richerson
the Baptist preacher who so
brutally murdered, Avis Linnel
up in Massachusetts, and for
which was electrocuted was not
a Baptist preacher at all but
that he was a Mormon agent.
Last week's Stratford Trioune
has a half page article com-
plimenting Miss Nettie Childress
and calling her a public benefact-
Miss Childress has coached sev-
eral cantatas, plays, ect. and the
proceeds have been given either
to the Presbyterian church of
which she is a faithful member
and the organist, or to some
worthy cause. Miss Childress
formerly lived here and is a
frequeut visitor in Pauls Valley.
Have you ever stopped to think, anything about your
kidneys. That is the way so many of us do pay no at-
tention to our kidneys till it is too late and then
is what the doctors say when we are past going.
You had better take NYAL'S KIDNEY PILLS before
you get in such a bad condition We know they are
alright and will do what is claimed for them.
25c and 50c per bottle.
The Nyal Drug Store
Baker & Baker
Wen ley, of
the University of
In memory of the 207 officers
i'nd men who were lust with
the I attiefhip Maine in Havana
harbor fifteen years ago, the
National Maine monument was
dedicated in New \ ork Cards have been sent to friends
lity on Memorial I) a v. . , _
From a dozen american warship. announcin* the arnval on Decor
units of the Atlantic fleet at'ation Day of the little daughter
anchor'ti the Hudson River, a'of Mr and Mrs J. H. Hudson,
salute of 252 guns echoed from [The wee lassie had been named
the palisades as the veil as M9rmnr p,.,
fwept aside that revealed the
country's tribute, a pylon forty j To Cure . Cold in 0ne Dav
feer that stands in i antral rak-laxativebromoquinine it;*op th-
Park. overlooking Columbus Cou«h ind Headache and work* off the Coil.
( • I Druggists rcfun'l money if it fails to cure.
* lrue. ! k w. GROVE'S Signature on each box. :J5c.
tnent exercises June 4 to 13.
The Baccalaureate Sermon i
will be dilivered on Sunday by |
Rev. J. H. O. Smith, of Okla-j
a reception by President and I
Mrs Brooks will he given at! Jack Patterson left
the President's House <ui Wed-1 night for a business trip
nesday 11th, , eral points in Texas.
i he Commencement Day • Miss Floy Dodson, of Ardmore
Lxeicises will be held on I iiurs- spent the first of the week with
day morning (Pith) with an ad- j Mrs Barton Lee.
dreso by Prof. Robert Mark
survey for the summer.
J. ,B Williamson, effecient
head clerk with W. A. Smith is
taking a much needed months
To the old Valley Grocery stand
on Chickasaw St., opposite W. M.
Freeman's Building. We extend a
cordial invitation to the public to
visit us in our new quarters, where
we will be able to serve your every
want in Grocery line.
Exclusive agents for the Celebrated Chase
Sanbourn Coffees and Teas.
W. W. R I C E
P RES BYT ERIN N S
Atlanta. Georgia.. is a great
place. In some respects the
greatest in the world. No doubt
the cleanest City Government of
any City in United States. It
was the meeting place of the
Presbyterians of the Nation dur-
ing the past few weeks.
The words of Paul are applicable
to Atlanta, 'Given to Hospitality'
It was my privilege to be enter-
tained at the "Cafe Durand."
You are at home there. Met at
the door by a dignified gentleman
and taken to your place in real
We might go on and on talking
about the Hospitality, but the
work of the church called us to
We Presbyterians found out
we were very much alike. The
day is not far away when there
will be one great Presbyterian
church. Our part of the great
Presbyterians held our meeting
sister Mrs jonn I in the Baptist Tabernacle. Well
we Presbyterians somewhat
claim the builder of this great
Tabernacle, because he has been
pait of our great Chautauquas
whenever we needed him.
In reality the difference be
tween us all, Methodists, Bap- j
tists and Presbyterians is not
Up to date almost 500 teachers
have enrolled at the Ada Noruial
Two hundred enrolled at the
Durant Normal on opening day.
Mrs J. H Cooper, of Wynne-
wood, returned home Sunday
after a visit with her sister, Mrs
W. C. Van Hoozer.
At Tahlequah 245 enrolled the
first two days.
The Central State Normal at
Edmond had 810 theachers en-
rolled up to June 1. Sixty-five
teachers are from Garvin Co,
Miss Bradfield. county superin-
tendent. and Miss Sallie Brad-
field of Wynnewood, and Prof.
Swartz, of Lindsay, instructors,
making, sixty eight Mrs Uzz-
ell, the Misses Caldwell and
Misses Zysa Giddens and Atta
Noble are the Pauls Valleyites
enrolled. Miss Bradfield consid-
ers the work at Edmond very
Miss Teagarden. of San An-
tonio, the guest of Mrs Claude
Baker left today for Palestine,
Texas., wheie ?h * w heut to act
as a maid m waiting at a wed-
Mrs Ted Tethers returned to-
day from Asher, Okia, where
she went to attend the funeral
of her sister-in-law.
Notice is hereby gfiven that I will on the
7th flay of July. lyiJ. make application to
Governor Lee Cruce of Oklahoma for a par
<lon and my release from the Granatc r -
Jorniatory. of Oklahoma, where I am !•••
and hove been confined under a judgi' :*n
of the District Court ol Garvin county. < . «.
homa. setting at Pauls Vail, upon a ch.w
of grand larceny, since January 1913.
12-5t LINDSAY BORDEI:.i.
Mr and Mrs J. E. Love and
Mr and Mrs W. G, Burks motor-
ed to Sulphur on Sunday.
Mrs Dr Congar, of Ft Worth,
returned home on Monday after
a visit to her
Mrs J- J. Cummings spent
several days this week in Okla
homa City with her brother, Dr
Mis3 Almey returned on Mon-
day and will aggin be with Gub~
in and Co and cashier and
Grandma Leewright, who lives
with her son, R. W. Humprhey,
returned Sunday from a three
weeks visit with relatives at
W. U. Rice has moved his
grocery store into the Hill build-
ing recently vacated by the Val-
ley Grocery Co., The building
has been repainted and fixed up,
screened and is in much better
condition for a store room then
A PICNIC PflflTY
Miss Frances Dorchester was
decidedly in the role of a good
angel last Monday afternoon
when she gave the children of
the Episcopal Sunday School a
genuine treat in the form of a
picnic at the City Park.
A dainty lunch, with an abun-
dance of delicious lemonade (not
the pink circus kind but juicy
oranges and lemons and ice.) and
jolly games made the afternoon
pass away most merrily, and as
happy a set of children would
have been hard to find.
notice 01 sal® of krai- i-.statk
In the matter of the Guardianship of Jake
Story, a Minor.
Notice is hereby given in pursuance of an
order of the County Court of the county of
I Hughes, .state of Oklahoma, made of th •
27th day of May, 1913. the undersigned guar-
dian of the estate of Jake Story. :i minor,
will sell at private .sale t. the hisjlftat bid-
der. subject to coiifirimiti >n by said court,
on or after the 23rd day of June, A. [>..1913.
at 2 o'clo, k p.m.. at office of the County
Judge of Hughes county. Oklahoma at Hol-
denville, Oklahoma, nil the ritfht. title and
Interest of said Jake Story. In and to
the following deserved real estate situate in
Garvin county, .Stale of Oklahoma, to-wit:
se 1-4 of se 1-4; e'of sw 1-4 of se 1-4; nw 1-1
of sw 1-4 of se 1-4 of Section 3, township 4 V
It in e 4 west of the Indian base and Meri-
dian consisting of 70 acres of land.
Said rea^ estate will be sold on the follow-
ing terms and conditions, towit; Cash In
hand upon confirmation by said court.
Bids for the purchase thereof must be in
writing and must be filed in the County
court of Hughes county at Holdenville,
Dated this the 27th day of May. t'Jl3.
J C. STORY. Guardian.
C. F. Green. Ada, Okla.
Attorney for Guardian 12-Jt—Adv.
That's it, and then
book! great. Those at the head, think-'Sl,tlie- know at least, one
ing of the differences, the great | i'er?on who has gained SIXTY
fighting forces are working for j I,ounds in weight since he he-
God's Kingdom. :«a to eat "Purity" Ice cream
U- S. A. and U S. and U. P. |aml to ,'irink Pl,r« K™pe juice
ditferents kinds of Presbyterians. |at tlie fountain the
You see in these letters the big- j . Cm 1)ru<"; Stork.
gest ditferences. The entertain-' ^'at'en up. jou!
A regular morning operation of the
bowels puts you in fine shape (or the
day's work. If you mi;s it you fee!
uncomfortable and cannot put vim in-
to your movements. For all bowel
irregularities HERBINE is the remedy
It-purifies, strengthens and regulates
Price 50c- Sold b7 City Drug Store.
Shake Off Your Rheurn-
Now is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. Try a twenty five cent
bottle of Chamberlain s Liniment and
see how quickly your rheumatic pa;ns
dissapear Sold by all dealers. Adv.
Our toll service brings every city and town
to your desk-side.
PIONEER TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO.
ment Committee arranged that!
the U. S. A. Presbyterians!
should be entertained in .the |
homes of the U- S. Presbyterians;
and so on. It was a good mix-
ture. Yes. we are very much
alike and the more we know
about each other the more res-
pect we will have for each other.
It was my privilege to be in
the home of the Presbyterian
Minister of College Park.Ga. He
lives on John Calvin St.' That
was real to Presbyterians.
Ira Armstrong and Howard
King returned Sunday from!
Chattanooga. Tenn., where they j
attended the Confederate • Reun j
and they also visited Memphis, i
Evansville. Ind.. and St Louis. j
Mr and Mrs M B Farris, w ho j
have been running a boarding
house just northof Patterson and j
Humphery's confectionary, will j
go to Foster to day to visit their
son, George Farris. Mr M. B. I
Farris has not been well for sev-;
eral months and his wife has re-,
cently recovered from a spell of
fever. After'spending ten daysj
or two weeks at Foster they;
will go to Sulphur and other
points, spending the summer,
for the benefit of their health.
Valley Hardware Company
Saturday, June. 14th.
You are invited to
see how this Won-
der Works on the
above date. Blue
Monday is a thing
of the past when
you have a
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