Pauls Valley Democrat (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 15, 1915 Page: 1 of 8
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•> VOL. XII.
PAULS VALLEY DEMOCRAT
PAULS VALLEY, GARVIN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1915.
The consideration of the Ger-
man reply to the American note
which was received at Washing-
ton Saturday is not satisfactory,
and it is overshadowing all other
questions in official and diplo-
matic circles at the capital. The
reply in substance is:
First: Riterated assurance
that American ships engaged in
legitimate trade will not be in
terfered with nor the lives of
Americans upon neutral ships be
Second: That German sub-
marines will be instructed to al-
low American passenger ships to
pass freely and safely, Germany
entertaining in return the con
• rident hope that the American
Government will see that these
ships do net carry contraband,
such ships to be provided with
distinguishing marks and their
arrival announced a reasonable
time in advance. The same pri
vilege is extended to a reason-
able number of neutral ships un
der the American flag and should
the number of ships thus avail
able for passenger service prove
inadequate Germany is willing to
permit America to place four
hostile passenger steamers un
der the American flag to ply be
tween North America and Eu-
rope under the same conditions.
The reply for the second time
evades responsibility for the
Lusitania disaster, and places re-
strictions upon freedom of the
seas to American commerce.
President Wilson is at his sum-
mer home in' New Hampshire,
and the reply to the German
note will not be ready for sever-
Sunday night, they were con
fronted by the negro who cover
ed Myers with an automatic and
robbtd him of $4.50, then made
him lay down, choked the young
girl almost into insensibility and
assaulted her The crime was com
mitted about 9 o'clock Sun'lay
night and when Berry was ar
rested about two o'clock Sunday
morning he had a 60c silver piece
which Myers is said to have iden
tified by marks as the money
that was taken from hiw, and
other circumstantial evidence al
so the officers though justified
the negroes arrest
DIEO IN NEW MEKCG
The remains of Van Buren
Wright, age near 24 years, ar
rwed here Tuesday night from
Cuervo, N. M., where death oc-
curred on Monday of this week.
Deceased was raised in and
around Pauls Valley where he
was well and favorable known
and had resided until about 18
months age when he went to
New Mexico in search of relief
for contracted lung trouble. He
j leaves besides a wife, a mother,
i Mrs. M. E. Wright, and three
| brothers, Paul, Elmer and Will
| Wright, and two half brothers,
I George and Eugene Berry, of
Ardmore, and a half sister, Mrs.
W. B. Cochran of this city.
Funeral services conducted by
Rev. J. B, Reaves, were held
at the residence of W. B. Coch-
ran, Wednesday afternoon and
interment had in city cemetery.
W. J. Tyler, who was working
with the Santa Fe construction
train at Byars suffered one of
his fe6t about one third cut off
and the other foot badly lacerat
ed Monday when the train back-
ed onto him. He was brought
here on the noon train by Dr. W.
B. Mc Daniels, who was assisted
by Drs Branum & Johnson in
dressing the wounds. Tyler was
taken to the Sanitarium at Tem
pie, Texas, by Dr McDaniels on
the afternoon train.
B. D Matthews and his little
; daughter, Helen, B Bruce and
son, Tommie, R. K. Johnson,
j Barney Caddell, N W Williams,
Mrs Nellie Nelson, Misses Lucy
Bryant, Elizabeth Morely, Mittie
I and Ada Saxon composed an cut
' ing party Sunday at Hulls lake,
I where they spent the day in the
j shany woods, and a fish fry com-
| posed a part of a sumptous din-
ner spread on the ground Happy
] was awarded first prize for the
quantity of fish eaten
Ed Berry, a negro, who was
arrested Sunday night at Shaw
nee for an assault on a 19 year
old white girl was brought here
in an auto Monday enroute to
Oklahoma City, to avoid mob vio
lence. The young lady who was
accompanied by her escort,Myers
as they left the Santa Fe track
in Shawnee on their way hojjie
S. E. Vaughn came into town
Tuesday to arrange for shipping
a car load of onions but found
all the markets paralyzed and
concluded he would hold his crop
a while Mr. Vaughn had eight
acres of onions from which he
harvested two cars,or about 1200
SHAIFOBO W. I. W. PiCKlC
Stratford W O W., will hold a
big picnic August 19. 20 and 21,
They say they are going to put
the big kettle into the little ket
tie and you can depend on Strat
ford doing well all that she un
dertakes to do
A wedding characterized by an
elegant and charming simplicity
was that of Miss Jewel Bond and
Mr. Ruie Suggs, of Oklahoma
City on Monday evening at the
residence of the bride's brother
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
N. Preuit. All the world loves a
sweet, unaffected girl, such as
Miss Bond was, and the wedding
on the pretty lawn, which looked
like a spring garden abloom for
the happy occasion, was express-
ive of the nature of the dear lit-
tle bride who trustingly gave her
troth to the man of her choice
The scene was indeed charm
ing. Japanese lanterns softened
the lights from many electric
bulbs. Beds of daisies with th>":
sunkissed crowns bursted into *
glorious profusion of snowy pe-
tals, while the air was redolent
with the fragrance of sweet peas
Near the front doorway two
hearts pierced by Cupid's dart,
were fashioned of pretty green-
ery, with the initials B. and S.
formed of daisies. Here Mrs.
Preuit received her guests, as-
sisted by Mrs. Froman Grant.
The flower laden piano was
stationed on the front porch. Be-
fore the ceremony Mr. Tom Con
ner sweetly sang, "I Love You
Truly" with Miss Lotie Bond
; at the piano. To the strains of
the Lohengrin wedding march,
with Mrs W, R. Wallace at the
piano, the bridal party passed
through the front door way,
■down the steps and along the
pathway to an arch formed of
feathery greenery. Rev Wra Den
ham came first and took his
place a little behind the arch
| Immediately preceding t h e
'bride and groom. Virginia Del!
; Bond of Waco, Texas, a neice of
: the bride, and a charming little
i tot, scattered rose leaves from a
j silver basket in the pathway of
I the happy pair The bride and
1 groom took their places in front
j of the arch, when Rev. Denham
performed a most beautiful and
impressive cremony, followed by
the Lord'sPrayer repeated by the
assembled guests in unison Dur
ing the ceremony Mrs Wallace
played Annie Laurie, softly and
with an exquisite touch The
bridal robe was round length,
and was most fairy like in its
daintiness Its white satin foun-
dation was almost entirely cover
ed with chiffon, trimmed in ex-
quisite lace and valley lillies. The
bride wore a Juliet cap bordered
by orange buds and her tulle
veil was edged with filmy lace.
Over her left arm fell a shower
bouquet with dainty sprays of
valley lilies and asparagus plum
After congratulations had been
extended the guests passed into
the residence. At the doorway,
Miss Frances Lindsey registered
the names of the guests at a ta-
ble artistically decorated in dais
ies. In the reception room. Mrs.
J. J. Bond and Miss Tess Lind-
sey, presided over a lace laid
punch table where sweet peas
were effectively arranged.
In the dining room a display of
beautiful and useful gifts attest-
ed the popularity of the young
The out-of town guests who at
tended the wedding were, Mr.
and Mrs. J. E Suggs and Miss
Bessie Suggs of Wynnewood, pa
rents and sister of the groom,
who were guests of Mr andMrs
Alba Suggs, Mr. and Mrs J. J
Bond and little daughter. Virgin
jia Dell, of Waco, Texas, and
; Mrs. J L Loving, of Marshall,
i Texas, brother and sisters of the
i brule and guests of Mr,and Mrs
Frank Preiit, Misses Frances
and Tess Lindsey of Lindsey.
I who were guests of Mrs Froman
Grant, and Mrs. Bertram Harris
jof Chickasha, who was the guest
of Mrs. W. R, Wallace.
WEEKLY WEATHER FORECAST
Issued by the U S weather bur
COUNTY OFFICIALS MOVE
Walter Harris, county cleik.is toiliy
moving the records ol the County
eau, Washington, D. C , for i Clerks office from the city hall to the
the week beginning Wednes ! office which has heretofore been Re<-
day, July 14, 1915. j iittr ol Deeds office, and oberiff B. R,
For the West Gulf Mates I Rsyburce is moving into the south
Embracing Lousiana, Arkansas,
Oklahoma and Texas:
Fair and warm weather during
the next several days will pro-
bably be followed by showery
conditions after the 17th.
room o! the city hall which has nereto
fore bee the Mayor's office,
The Presbyterian Aid Society will
give a lawn musicale tomorrow even-
log at the residence ot Mr. and Mrs.
| Kirk Jackson,begining at eight o'clock
Cream and Cake will be served. It will
associate 1 be a delightful affair, and the following
Geo. I Jordan with
attorneys at Houston, Texas, has' fine program will be rendered
filed a suit in the Federal court
at Houston, to recover 830 acres
of land in Lavaca county, Texas,
for I R. McCann, his brothers,
and sisters. The case will come
up for hearing in .September.The
land is valued at $-i0 per acre.
PAULS VALLEY PEOPLE HONORED
Mis W L Dillard and Mixs
Ibeline Pratt, delegates from the
Baptist < hutch here were in
Purcell Tuesday and yester-
day attending the meeting of
the South Central District (.'on
The Maysville News reports
'C D. Eslick's wheat crop yield
1 ed 30 bushels per acre, S W Cole vention ot the Baptist Church
got 1317 bushels from a 100 acres a,1(^ B, \ . P. I . Itidgo B.
Others in the neighborhood says W. Patteiaon, (3. C. Karkalits,
the News, are getting from 15 a1"' M«'s. Bullock were also in at
Piano solo—Mrs Feazell
Voice solo—Miss Abi Stokes
Reading—Miss Sue Thompsoa
Voice solo -Miss Beii Morely
Piano solo - Miss Inez Bruce ■
Elks Quartettt, double number
Musical Reading—Miss Rose Rassel
Steroplicau picture, Foreign Views,
Operators—Mrs Jackson and A'eece
Voice Solo—Miss Ibeline Pra*.'.
Violin and Piano—Denham Bros.
Voice.violin and piano—Miss Saxon
Under direction of Mrfe. J J Hanna of
to 20 bashels per acre
TAKING IN ALL THE SIGHTS
The W. C. Van Hoozer's spent
the first of July with Mrs Van
Hoozer's brother, J. A. Matt-
hews of Hollywood, (Cal, a beau
tiful suburb of Los Angeles.
fJolly Wood is said to be a most
attractive city of fine homes, fine
churches, schools, libaries, hotels,
and business houses, with no sa-
loons and no pool rooms. With
a population of 12,000 it boasts'
one million doliars worth of new
homes in 1914. During the Van
Hoozer's stay in Hollywood, the
Your goods may be the best
And the prices reasonable,
But unless you make it known
tendance. They were all the Neither you or the public will
guests of Rev. B. F. King and . profit
family. C F Pickins of Hoover brought
Of the thi ee officers elected by in a loa<l of cotton seed yester-
the convention, Pauls VaJJey day which he ..sold to J J Cum
got two of them, W A Shelton mings Mr Pickins has diversifi-
of Shawnee was elected Pidsi- this year He has 35 acres of
dent, O C Karkalits, VJce Pres- goo^ wheat in sh ck, has 15 ac-
ident and Mrs N P Ballo.'k, Sf*c-1 res of corn 5 of ruilo, 6 of fetei
Bible School at 10 a.m.
Preaching at 11 a.m. and 8:15
ita, 2 of kaftir corn, one acre of
sorghum and 35 acres of cotton
all of which are looking fine.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gibson
and son, George, left last night
for a visit to the Panama Paci-
fic Exposition, Uregan and
Subject for 11 a.m. "Three to Washington. Mr. Gibbon has
One"; at 8;15—The New Testa-1 three sisters and one brother in
city was entertaining the Press'ment Church and Baptish. | C alifornia, and Mrs. Gibson has
Association. The Vans went! Come and worship with us. a sister in Spokane and one neai
through all the stunts, having ■ J. K. Pedrick, Minister. 11 ortland whom they expect to
their pictures taken with the ■ I v'8't. '^Hy a'90 '11 tend to 8eH
the San Diego Exposition. Mr.
FRUIT JARS! FRUIT JARS!
We have just unloaded a car of fruit jars that we bought at the
right price and we will sell them the same way. There will be a
large crop of fruit this year and it will pay you to can all you
will need for two or three years. You: cannot depend on a fruit
crop in Oklahoma every year, We have in stock
One half Gallon Schram Jars. One half Gallon Mason Jars.
One Quart Schram Jars.
One Pint Schram Jars.
One Quart Mason Jars.
One Pint Mason Jars.
—Mason Fruit Caps; Mason Rin<*s, Schram Fruit Jar Caps, Economy Fruit Jar Caps.—
Also a complete stock of groceries. See us before you buy groceries and Fruit Jars.
A. C. WAGNER^
Pauls Valley, Oklahoma.
newsDaper bunch by the Um'ver
sal Movies. Sir ce leaving Holly-
wood they have visited the San
Diego Exposition and are now in
San Francisco doing the great
Panama Pacific Exposition They
are expected home the latter
part of this month.
Mrs. Ira Mc'^ann spent Mon-
day in Wynnewood.
WILL WAR END SOON
The New York Journal of Com
merce, taking the report af Hil-
aire Belloc which says that out
the German Austian eight mil-
lion available soldiers that 3,750,
000 have already been perman
ently removed from the filled by
death, capture and disability, fig-
ures that the long continuance of
the conflict is impossible.
and Mrs. Creekniore Wallace,
Miss Claire Gibson and little
H G Oho tner, of Stratford brother will occupy the Gibson
while tightening wire fence on
Wednesday 14 had a wire break
and strike him in the right eye
severely lacerating same. He is
in the city now being treated
for the injury by Dr. Shelton
who does not fear the loss of the
sight with proper care
The Methodist Church
R S Satterfield, Pastor
9;45 a rn Sunday School
11 a m, "Co-workers togeth-
er with God"
8:30 p m,"A miserable Sinner
'and a merciful Savior"
home during the absence of their
Mrs. Callie Ford stopped over
night with the C. F. Worleys
on Sunday en route to Mays-
ville from Oklahoma City. Mrs.
Ford expects to leave the latter
part of this week with her sister
and husband, Mr. and Mrs. J
B. Wijuon and theii little grand
son, Joe Edgar Bell, of Mays-
ville fof a very delightful out-
ing in the Wilson's touring car.
They intend going first to Medi-
cine Park and Amarillo and
then on to Santa Fe, N. M., and
possibly on to Colorado for tho
remainder of the heated term.
Every user of perfumes wants the most fragrant odor possible, and because we early rec-
ognized the fact, we have always enjoyed a large business in perfumes, etc.
It is not only quite a task to buy a real choice, delicate and true odor
but a good perfume must be properly kept to preserve its natural
fragrant and flowery daintines. Note—Keep your perfume in a dark
place as cool as possible, it will be sweet and fresh to the last drop.
We exercise great care in selecting our perfumes and as a result we have a very choice
line. All are highly concentrated Jand represent the most exquisite odors from nature's
choicest flowers. Such fragrant Rose and Violet odors as ours cannot be excelled, and
our Lilac, Heliotrope, Carnation and all others are of high grade and cannot be excelled.
Richardson-Robinson Drug Co.
PALACE DRUG STORE
Pauls Valley, Okla - For the|Liver take Robinson's High Balls
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