Pauls Valley Democrat (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 2, 1915 Page: 1 of 8
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PAULS VALLEY DEMOCRAT
PAULS VALLEY, GARVIN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1915.
ELKS MEMORIAL SERVICES
The Pauls Valley LoGge of
Elks will hold its annual mem-
orial services at the Elks Hall
next Sunday afternoon, bejrinn
ing at 2;30 o'clock. The mem-
orial address will be delivered by
Geo H. Evans, of Chickasha
lodge of Elks. A splendid pro-
gram has been arranged and the
exercises will be beautiful and
CITY PR0PER1Y SOLO
A. C. Wagner has bought the
R E. Braden brick store, which
adjoins Wagner's present gro-
cery store on the east, and it will
be used to enlarge his present
grocery business. Mr. Wagner
has already built the connection
between the two buildings, and
in the Braden house he will keep
heavy goods, such as flour, feed
stuff, salt and case goods.
Mr. Wagner will also erect a
large poultry yard in the rear of
the braden building and by the
middle of December he expects
to be ready to buy poultry and
other country produce on an ex-
tensive scase, and he will make
them a live issue in his business.
ed school Monday. The school
is going to give six illustrated
lectures sent out by the Univer-
sity at Norman. Supt. Crom
well will give the first lecture
and show how to use the ma-
Cotton picking is about over
so why not send the children
back to school and get started In
their ciasses before Christmas.
We have had good crops. Now
give your child a chance to keep
up with her class.
The pupils and teachers met
and cleaned I,he school and
The Ramona Flats and Bath House
Which met in annual session
at Oklahoma City last Thursday
and held three day, being vaca-
tion week in schools it was lar
gely attended. Among those
from here who attended the
meeting were: County Supt.
W. Cromwell and his wife, and
among the teachers, Messrs C C
Clark, Wiley Crain, A T Foster
and Edgar Fielding: Misses Fran
cis Vaughn, Rubie Perry, Mittie
Powers, Dollie Duvall, Clara and
Bess Merkle, Opal Fancher.Neta
Fancher, Clyda Young, Flossie
Oehler, Lena Baldwin and Jean
SELLS FILLEY UNDER HAMMER
A four year old filly of the P.
N Kerr breeding was sold here
Tuesday under execution by De-
puty Sheriff Joe Barrick, for
$250, Col. Lawrence Rodky, of
Paoli, became the purchaser.
The filly wasjsold as the proper-
ty of Bub Burnett under adjudg-
ed lien for feeding and training
in favor of Mr. Brewer. It is
said that the filly farmerly sold
The ladiee of the Methodist
church will hold their annual
bazaar on the 18th. of Decem-
ber. They will have for sale all
kinds of fancy and useful arti-
cles, suitable for Christmas
presents for the whole family
from the baby up. They will al-
so have delicious home made
candy such as the rising genera
tion of the fair sex are capable
of making. They earnestly so-
licit your patronage. Place
will be announced later,
The lecture given by Dr.
Tucker at Whitebead was well
attended. She gave some prac-
tical medical advice thai every-
one should know.
Maggie and Ola Phipps enter-
The following program was
given Friday evening.
The First Thanksgiving Pro-
clamation. Beatrice W'at.son.
Here in Oklahoma, Clarence
Reading—Out to Old Aunt
Mary's. Mrs. C. Piater.
The Last Thanksgiving. Pro-
clamation. Omare Merely.
The Tramp (and Haunted
An admission of 10 cents was
charged at the door and $12.25
was made. The proceeds went
on first payment of the new $40
Victrola which has just been
placed in the school by teachers
and pupils. -
Little Tommy Reed accident-
ly got his third finger on his
right hand chopped off Satur-
Mrs. C. Prater spent Thanks-
giving with her daughter Hazel.
A wagon K>ad from here went
to the box supper at Goosneck
The girls' basket ball teom
has commenced practice and is
planning some match games
with other schools soon.
Miss Prater entertained the
School Board and their wives
Saturday evening at the home
of Mrs. H, Loo~ey in honor of
Miss Anna and Mr. Lester
Clark returned home with their
cousin Miss Eve Lindesmith of
Wilson who has been visiting
them the past month.
Mr. and Mrs. H. (Grace
Wra!ls) Fergerson, are rejoicing
over the arrival of a fine boy.
Mr. Hugh Hart of Pauls Val-
ley was a visitor here Saturday
Miss Marion Prater of Ed
mond began school at Homer
Monday. She is stopping with
her sister of Hennepin this
R. S. Satterfield, Pastor.
9 45 a.m. Sunday School. W.
M. Erwin, Supt.
9.45 a. m. Men's Bible Class in
11 a. m. "The Personal Eli-
ment in Religion,"
6.30 p. m. Epworth League.
7.30 p. m. Evangelistic'Ser-
mon by (he Pastor.
Wi;i begin the roll call of
church members Sunday morn
ing. Don't fail to be present.
Money To Loan on Improved
H We make loans on court titles and dead claims. Now
" is the time for you to obtain your loan. For quick
Over First \A/aJfpr J Ur>rf Pauls Valley,
Nat'l Bank Vsdllt/I L ■ lid' I Oklahoma
It requires only one visit to her business thoroughly. The
Ramona Flats. Sulphur, to con- j bath house has many patients
vince one that this hotel has be-1and wi" be °Pen a11 winter-
come deservedly popular. Under! Over forty guests, half of whom
,, ., . .. ,, rp 'are requlac boarders, enjoyed
the aole management ot Mrs. T. • . , '
Thanksgiving day and an un-
C. Branum assisted .by Mr. and^,Rually fine dinner at Ramona.
Mrs. Geo. Rennie, a home like mie dining room was made at-
Everything is progressing ve Judge F. B. Swank is holding
ry nicely around Daylight, a special term of couri this
Cotton picking is the oider of i week and he is disposing of a
the day. great deal of civil matters.
1 here was a largo crowd at Judge Swank's purpose is to
Sunday school Sunday mo ning bold special terms whenever
and also at singing Sunday ev- possible and clear the docket,
ening. Everybody is invited It is a heavy docket, and has
back next P nday and biiug never been cleared,Judge Swank
some one wila you. is doing ail he can, auu if the
School started the 2-lnd. of j docket accumulates as fast in
this month with 36 inatteuanee the future as it has in the past
but several of the pupils are it is very doubtiul if it can be
having to pick cotton now and cleared with the time allowed
we look for a full school in
about two weeks.
Everybody is invited to attend
the box supper at Daylight Sat
urday Dec. 4th. 1 on come and CONGRESS MEETS MONDAY
.r. . j tall everybody else to come. We The 04th congress meets Mon
atmosphere is delightful to all tractive by decorations of bright i -n , ( ,
especially invite all pations ot day, it will be one ot the most
the district to come and eat sup- important in the history of die
guests, while the cuisine is un- autum leaves and berries from I
excelled. Mrs. Branum has se :the liatt National Park. Among'
by law for holding court in this
cured the services of an old time
cook whose good things reminds
ore of "A-before-the-war black
Nothing is left undone for the
comfort of the guests, who are
representatives from many states
The Flats have over twenty re
gular boarders and a number of
transients, many of whom are
taking the baths at the well
equipped bath house which was
added last August.
The men's department of the
bath house is under the manage-
ment of Prof. E. W. Brown, for-
merly of St. Luke's Hospital of
New York City, and while there
he prepared two patients to be
operated upon by Dr. Lorenz.
of Veianna, the noted specialist
tnose who were fortunate enou
gh to enjoy the happy occasion
were; Dr. J. A- Harpending, of
Topeka. Miss Blanch Hull, of
Lawrence, Kans: Miss Anna Wal
drop, of Georgia; Miss Laura
Armstrong, of Bellaire, Ohio:
Miss Elizabeth Kellogg, of Rien I
zi, Miss., Miss Clyde King, ofj
Little Rock, Mrs. J. L. Mash-
ler with us as the proceeds is to nation, it faces
jo for the benefit, of the school
The Sam Davis Chapter, LT.
D. C., will meet at the residence
of Mrs. S. C. Edwards on Mon-
day afternoon at three o'clock.
Answer to roll call will be ap-
burn, of Princeton, Ark; Mrs j P''01?riate scriPtu.al quotations
Anna Campbell and son of Hugo, 0 ' 16 season
Miss Zephia Westbrook, San An-
an unusual re-
sponsibility. A cataclysmic e-
Ipoch in world's history is here,
land the great questions to be
faced will call for all the pa-
tience, intelligence and patriot-
ism of which the lawmakers are
gelo, Tex; Prof, and Mrs J. T.
Tucker and three children, of
Norman; S L Fitzpatrick, Mem-
phis; J E Tobin, St Louis; J.
Shook, Paris, Texas; S E Holt,
Oklahoma City; J E Smith, Nor-
man; J L Kinley, Denison, Tex;
R D Williams, Stratford; B. Den-
who came to this country to per- neyhey, Leehigh; Chas. Roupe,
form an operation upon Miss Francis, Okla,; Carlisle Mitchell,
Lolita Armour, daughter of Og- Parcell; Miss Hasson, Ada; H.
den Armour, of Chicago. Miss M Montgomery, Woodfield, Ohio;
Sopha Banning is in charge of B. Hasson, Mr and Mrs C W
the ladies department of the Davis, Misses Wickham, Hocken
bath house She received her smith and Bagman, of Sulphur,
training at the Ohio Sanatorium Pauls Valley was represented by
Company's Training School, Col- Drs. T. C. Branum, H. P Mark-
umbus She recently came from ham and W L Dillarc, Mr F. R.
the Nurses' Register.v, Oklaho- Welch. Mrs. Forrest Thomas, Mr
ma City, and she understandsj and Mrs. J. D. Mitchell.
THE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Thursday at 7.30 p. m. Rev.
D. A. Wickizer of Norman.
Friday at 7.30 p. m. Rev. H.
E. Vauborn of Oklahoma City.
Sunday Dec, 5th. Bibie School
at 10.00 a. m. Preaching at 11
a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Subject
for 11.00 a. m. "The Called ot
God" Theme at 7 30 p. m. "Hu-
The people of Pauls Valley are
having the chance to hear three
of the great men of the Chris-
tian Church. Do not forget the
Dec. 1st.—G. Lyle Smith.
Dec. 2nd.—D. A. Wickizer
Dec. 3rd.—H. E. Van Horn.
FOUND NO COONS.
A number of our town young
people went coon hunting one
evening last week, but the coons
did'tshow up. That is the ex.
perience every housekeeper in
Pauls Valley is constantly hav-
The law firm of Carr & Field,
which has been in existence for
over seven vears, has this day
by mutual consent been dis-
solved. said dissolution to take
effect December 1st. 1915.
H. M. Carr.
J. W. Field.
THE PRESBYTERIAN MISSION SOCIETY.
Will give a musical entertain- J j
ithmL, beginning at 8.15 P M. j Congressman J. B. Thomson
tomorrow, Dec. 3id. at the resi- (left yesterday evening for Wash
dence of W. K. Jackson. The
entertainment will be under the
directiou of Mrs. Hanna. The
program is a fine one. which we
should be glad to publish, but
being overcrowded this week we
cannot do so. A silver offering
will be received.
The Schubert division of the
Pauls Valley Music club will
meet on Wednesday, Dec. 8th.
with Mrs. E. M. Taylor.
" +■* " •"
Mrs. W. C. Van Hoozer fol-
lowed her usual custom by giv-
ing an elegant annual Thanks-
giving dinner on Sunday for the
young ladies in her husband'®
Covers were laid for Mis. .Van
Hooser's lioose gnest, Miss
Spence, of Gainesville, and.
Misses Nancy Houghlin, Mittie
Saxon, Myrtle Johnson, and
Mesdames Nellie Nelson ard
The entertainment given Wed-
nesday night at the Yale by
Mis. Barton Lee presenting
Aaron Boggs, the freshman,
was ?. great success and a large
Bible school at 10 a. m.
Sermon 11 a. m. "Now I May
Know I Am A Christian "
Meeting of B. *. P. U. 6 00 j
Sermon 7.30 p. m. "A Living'
Piaver Meeting Wednesday I
7.30 p. in.
Choir Practice Thursday 7.30
The public is cordially invited
to attend all the services of this j
church, O. L. Jones, Minibter.
ATTENTION M. W. DF A.
All members of Pauls Valley
Camp No. 7065 M. W. of A. aie
requested to lie present Monday
night December 6th. 1915. An-
nual election of officers for the
James A. Hill, Clerk.
son, James, left Monday, and
will be joined to-night at Chica-
go by Judge Thompson, and
from there all of them will pro
ceed to Washington. Judge
Thompson will not likely be
back to Paujs Valley before
Mrs Capitola Van Hook and
Miss Mary Lou Smith, of Oklf.
homa City spent the week end
in Pauls Valley, dividing their
time between Mrs. Henry M.
Carr and Mrs. R. T. Price.
Mrs. Van Hook is an old Ken
tucky friend of Mrs. Carr, both
having lived in Cynthiana, Ky.
in their girlliood days.
ington. Mrs. Thompson and I crowd witnessed the play. \
portion of the proceeds went to
the Cemetary association which
will amount to about $36.
G. WT. Oaks and family of
near Elmore City were in the
city shopping on Tuesday and
remained over till Wednesday,
taking in a fine show at the Re-
gal on Tuesday night.
Grayson McCarty, of the Dem-
ocrat force, returned yesterday
from Mineral Wells, Texas,
where he spent a week with his
uncle, G. C. Brisco and family.
Mrs. U.S. Allenderdelightful-
ly entertained the Art Club yes-
C. E. BAKER DOING WELL.
C. E. Baker, the well known 1
druggist, underwent an opera-
'ion Tuesday for itppendicitis at;
Temple, Texas. Report yester '
lay say he was doing well, and
the prospects are 'hat he will re-
cover rapidly. Mr. Faker's wife,
md also his sister. Miss Eunice;
Baker, of Paris, Texas and E.
O. Kennedy of this city are'
ROBINSONS CHILL TONIC
For CHILLS, FEVERS, and all MALARIA Diseases. |
A Guaranteed Remedy made in Pauls Valley by
PALACE DRUG STORE
Sold by all First Class Dealers at 50c per bottle.
For your Liver take a]Robinsons High Ball—23c. Ask your Neighbor
PAULS VALLEY, OKLA.
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