Pauls Valley Democrat (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 2, 1915 Page: 4 of 8
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pails valley democrat
Paul* Valley, " Oklahoma.
J. D. MITCHELL, EJit«lOw .r
.IS3U.EP EVERY THURSDAY i
H-m, Use * Gets-It'
Then IjrtTll Have H
'Corns Will Com "Clean
ONB YBAP PY MAIL 'IN ADVANCE),
SIX MONTKS " " „
l)ld yon ever sen a oorn peel off
.11,(it after you've user! "Oets-ltM on ItT
.. so Well, it'M 11 movln(t-pletar« for your
J! 1 life! And yuu hardly do a thing to It,.
Gov. Williams, has appointed 1 Mibs■ClaireGibson returned to
E. W. Lowe and Chae. H. .school in Chickasha on Sunday
Thomason, of this city, and Dr., after spending the Thauksgiv-
E. R. Norvell, of Wynnewood ing holidays with her parents,
as delegate to the Southern 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. L>. Gibson.
Commercial Congress which
Botcrcdat he Po i Offlcr PauU VaU«y. Okla
bou a at e:ond c.«i matfet
OK ! !•• ft
QD apt ,
"H r« Corn Bumped
, [i th i'ik s iv11 all ran
ters of individual interest not news, will b
,r# II r the rate• '« pei Up*.
Qffiice of Publication:
HO KABT MCtH.tTKIfl AVK.
Mrs. Tamsby Clayton was h
visitor in the ciiy Monday.
Miss Gladys Jackson was ;
week end visitor in Sulphur
Atty. Frank Robinson, of Wyn-
newood, was here on 1«
ness on Tuesday.
meets at Savanaon Dec. 13th.
I.aughtrr Aids Digestion.
I-aughing is one of the most health-
ful exertions; it is of great help to
digestion. A still more effectual help
is a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets.
If you should be troubled with indiges-
tion give them a trial. They only
cost a quarter. Obtainable every-
THE INTERSTATE DOCTORS,
specialists in the treatment of chronic
diseases and deformities without sur-
Offer free services to everyone who
is really sick or deformed who will
call at the Leland Hotel Friday Dec-
ember 10th, from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.,
one day only.
The Interstate Doctors' specialist
for Oklahoma is licensed by the state
for the treatment of all chronic dis-
eases and deformities of men, women
v.j.i-i - — | - - - „ and children and will demonstrate in
l,,, ti Put n little "Gets-It" on. It dries at once. ' the market for colds and croup, says | :n„i tmvn« throughout the
There', nothing to Ktlek. Put shoes M Albert Rlosser Lima Ohio Many the principal towns throughout ti e
and Blockings on risht over It. Mo -lr • < ' ' . . ' • sjate the new and successful methods
pain,nofn i. 48houri-cornsgone. Oets- others are of the same opinion. Ob- . , ...
it" never hnrlsthetruu ilesh. never multei ... , of treating diseases and uelormities
Miss Eva Vancespetlt Thanks- j tamable pvcr>'where- | without surgical operation. Consulta-
giving with home folks in No- SyVITo'l?uH°nrd%Su4?eT^k|iyeI Attv. Chas. H. Thomason,Ttion, examination and advice FREE
hie. ! last week lost his fine brood making-no charge whatever except
. wrinkle*. Try ' .lets-It" tonight on tlmt rm iliml middenlv the cost medicine or appliances
L(.n L. Moore WilS in \\ aco. ^rn.callns. imrt "reunion, and you'll I nidi. . lilt male .llUl1 MliiaenlJ for those who are ,4elected as
"Geta-lt" Is sold by all druKKlsti, of SOllle
25c iv bottle, or pent direct by J£.
Vawrence A Co., Chicago.
Birdie Williams who is at-
tending State Univeifity was
home witn parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A1 Williams for Thanks-
Hear This in Mind.
"I consider Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy by far the best medicine in
, needed for those who are selected as
of some unknown disease-the proper caaes for treatment. All that
I mare was one of the finest bred js asketi jn return for these valuable
Cha mois Skins!
We have the large, medium and small
Chamois Skins, ranging in price from
10c to $1.00. They are indispensa-
ble for polishipg furniture, autos, silver
ware and last but not least, your face.
Take a look at our window.
BAKER & BAKER
We Deliver The Nyal Drug Store Phone 52
Texas the fiistof the week on
r UnlH in Pauls Valley and recom- I animals£in the state. Mr. i services is that every person treated
m"eCitv 'wis fhogulitof his | mended as the world's best corn Thomason has a colt oMwo of will state the result obtained to their
brother, ^Dr. 'n. 11 Lindsey,' remedy by City Drug Store.
on Sunday. i ~
H C. Gray, of Stratford,! Miss Hazel Wilson, of Kansas
former county commissioner, City, who came down to spend
i the mare he values very high
Why You Should Use C'hamberlin's
Because it has an established repu-
former county cnmmwuuusr, m 7l .... a,.,- -p—- , tation won bv its Kootl works.
was in the city Tuesday on Thanksgiving with Mrs. J? rezell Because it ia mogt esteemed I
i . ^ ii returned'
GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS"
TO CONSTIPATED CHILD
Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm
tender little Stomach, liver
ish, stomach sour, breath had; has
sore throat, diarrhea, full of cold, glvo
a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of
Figs,'' and In a few hours all the foul,
constipated waste, undigested food
and sour bilo gently moves out of its
little bowels without griping, and you
have a well, playful child again Aak
your druggist for a BO-cent bottle of
"'California Syrup of Pigs," which con-
tains full directions for babies, chil-
dren of all ages and for grown ups.
Because it is most esteemed by those
at the Pratt House, returned j wy10 j,ave use(j ,t for many years, as
home Sunday. I occasion required, and are best ac-
,, , t-> i ii „i,„ t„fi. i quainted with its good qualities.
Mrs. L. 0. Render and baby left loosenH and relieves a
Monday for Enid to visit her an(j aj(js nature ;n restoring the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Baley. | syStem to a healthy condition.
She will be gone until after the! Because it does not contain opium
Christmas holidays. ! or any other narcotic.
Misses Manila and Nellie Hill
eturned ou Sunday from Mc- J able everywhere.
Mrs. Allen Moore and child-
ern. of Whitesboro, Texas, spent
friends and thus prove to the sick and
afflicted in every city and locality, that
at last treatments have been discover-
ed that are reasonably sure and cer-
tain in their effect.
The diseases treated are: Diseases
of stomach, bowels, liver, blood, skin,
kidneys, bladder, nerves, heart, spleen,
eye, ear, nose, throat, falling of the
ton, l,ucllt Blanton ?in<l Annie Murray
in the sum of Eleven Hundred Eight
Dollars and Seventy-two Cents ($1108.-
72) and the further sum of Seventy
Dollars ($70.00) as attorney's fee, with
interest and costs; and a further judg-
ment in favor of the defendant and
cross petitioner The Atkinson, Warren
Henley Company, a corporation, for
the sum of Ninety-five Dollars and six-
teen Cents ($95.16) with interest, and
costs accrued; I will on the 5th day of
January, 1916. at tho hour of 2 o'clock
p. m. of said day at the front door
J. T. Blanton, Lucile Blanton, Annie | ,,f the Court House in the said City of
Murray, Kobert Grant Murray. Mabel Pauls Valley, in th«> County of Gar-
Bcrniece Murray, .1. T. Blanton, execu- j vin, and State of Oklahoma, offer for
tor under the will of Thomas D. Mur- I gale and sell to the highest bidder for
cash tho said property above described,
or so much thereof as will satisfy said
judgment with interest and costs.
Witness my hand this 1st day of
\OTICK OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF
(First published December 2nd, 1915.)
State of Oklahoma
County of Garvin
I in tin District Court of the Four-
teenth Judicial District within and for
thd County and State aforesaid.
The Travelers Insurance Company, a
Look at the tongue, mother! Tf
coated, your little one's stomach, liver I - ,
and bowels need cleansing at once, i C'oud where the) bpent I luillks-
When peevish, cross, listless, doesn t j trjvillQr with tbeil' parents.
sleep, eat or act naturally, or Is fever- j * "
Mrs. M. M. Kennie went last, |aJf, WeVk with her parents, Mr.
week to spend the Thanksgiv-jRn(j Mrs n) \Villia
ing holidays with her son. Alex
Rennie and family, from ther<
she will go to Denison, Texas,
to visit her other son. John Ron
nie and family before returnin
Mil III'- ..' "i i tiuuxvo ......
ray, deceased, Annie Murray, adminis
tratrix of the estate of Thomas D. Mur-
ray, deceased, Albert Brown and The
Atkinson, Warren Henley Company,
a corporation, defendants.
Notice is hereby given that in pur-
suance of an order of sale issued out
of the office of the Clerk of the Court
of Garvin County, State of Oklahoma,
. _ on the 1st day of December 1915, in an
hair, hydrocele, varicocele, nervous de- I
bility, swelling of the limbs, enlarged and .). T. Blanton. Lucile Blanton. An-
veins, leg ulcers, rheumatism, sciatica, j nSeMS^yTr iS.'
(sciatic rheumatism) paralysis, epil- executor under the will of Thomas D.
, , , , ... Murray, deceased, Annie Murray, ad-
epsy, weak lungs, catarrh, bronchitis, mmtatratrix of the estate of Thoihas
asthma, appendicitis, gall slones, tu- a Murray. ^-^Albor. llr„w„ anJ
Because it is within the reach of mors, enlarged glans, goitre, piles, riany, a corporation, were
backward children (either mentally or cu^^l^ me^'to
Dhvsicallv). bed wetting and all dis- levy upon and sell without appralse-
. , i j. r „ ment the following described property,,
eases of long standing of men, women
and children that have baffled the skill Qunrte^NoX
of the family physician. west Quarter of Northeast Quarter of
, Southeast Quarter, South Half of North
If you have kidney or bladder trou- j oa8t Quarter of Southeast Quarter,
hies bring a two ounce bottle of your ,
urine for examination. ; Quarter of Southwest Quarter of South
. cast Quarter and Southeast Quarter of
Remember, this offer is for this Southeast Quarter, all in Section Thirty
... | four (34), Township Three (3) North,
trip only. | Range Two (2) West, lying and sit-
Married ladies must be accompanied ! of r'arvln and StR,e
by their husbands and minors with f J««t..fy a J^Kment «nddd=of
their parents.—Advertisement. - - - *>■--
Sickly childreii need WHITE'S
CREAM VERMIFUGE. It not only
destroys worms, if there be any, but
it acts as a strengthening tonic in
the stomach and bowels. Price 25c
per bottle. Sold by City Drug Store.
B. R. RAYBrRNE,
Sheriff of Garvin County, Okla.
By J. S. Schlax, Undersheriff.
C. H. Thomason and Marion L. Spitler
Miss Mary Hill, who is teach-
ing at Byars, came to Pauls
Valley to spend Thanksgiving
with her sister, Miss Lillie Hill.
CURED IN 5 DAYS /
'Pain or Danger.
I and allied trouble*. Wit h my origiual
| method, failure in iniposslble. The
I knotted veins, pain, enlargement, dia-
I comfort and other n ii ptoui" auickly
I disinpear. Write for illustrated l ook
1 "W llliout tiw Knife," and full par
1 • ;.'uiiim f ret-. t h-l, Olll or UOfittl
' "R Pay when CURED
Toreciosure in iavor « i mm
and against said defendants J. T. Blan-
CLOSING OUT SALE
Has been Such a Great Success
With us that we desire to continue this until every dollars worth of Fall and Winter Goods is disposed of
regardless of what it brings. Now is your chance to buy merchandise at prices that you never had the
opportunity in your life before and we urge you to come and see for yourself. A few of our many prices:
10c Dress ginghams, all colors
10c heavy outing, all colors, .
50c extra large Bed sheets
Childrens dresses, 2!'c and
*1 00 middys, only
50c Ladies wool petticoats
Mens #2 0<1 Pants
Mens $15 CM) suits, brown and blue
Mens f 12 and * 15 Overcoats,
Mens $1 00 sweaters
Mens $1 00 Union suits, heavy weight
Mens 50c Blue Chambray Shirts
Mens *1 50 wool shirts
Ladies $10 00 Cloaks
Ladles $8 cloaks
Childrens 16 Cloaks
Childrens $4 Cloaks
Boys $5 00 suits, only. $3 45
Boys *3 00 suits, only. $1 95
Childrens $1 00 dresses. 5:'c and C9c
Childrens wool sweaters 59c
Extrn large cotton Bats for quilting 45c
Small cotton bats, 2 for 15c
Extra large comforts and blankets SI 00
Ladies *2 00 shoes 8l 45
Mens §2 50 work shoes 1 65
Boys $2 00 shoes 1 45
Now these are only a few of our many prices. We urge you to come and see this stock before buying elsewhere
zss—BBS—w ESELLFORLES S™—«™
= KOP DRY GOODS COMPANY
NEXT TO FIRST STATE BANK
PAULS VALLEY, OKLAHOMA.
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Mitchell, J. D. Pauls Valley Democrat (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 2, 1915, newspaper, December 2, 1915; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc118589/m1/4/: accessed April 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.