Pauls Valley Democrat (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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2 DAYS, JULY
1st and 3rd.
TWO DAYS SALE
Saturday and First Monday
2 DAYS, JULY
1st and 3rd.
Tuesday, July 4th, this store will be closed all day. All employees will be given this day off, to do and go where they please. We want
our customers to ccme Saturday and Monday to trade and we will all go to the Picnic and have a good time. It will pay you to come-
Men? summer under shirt's and drawer*, all m - Si-,
urday and Mondav
Nice assortment ladies wash skirts, white or ispo-t ft
stripes (Hi to i
Children* dresses, nicely made dresses. 2 t. ti year
size. -'(ic. Goc, 75c and
Ch )dren> dresses. 6 to II year sizes, mce assortment
o: st vies, 75e, SI 0" and $1.50
Ladies House dresses, dozens of new style House
Dresses, ti <>u to
Lad es K mgalo v aprons, gingham or pereaie, light or
dark. 50c ti>c. and
Silk dresses for street or evening wear, $6 '>.
12 pair Mens sox, tan, black blue or gVev so\ that jjiCp
are worth Ic .. Monday and Saturday, 12 pai- for gyb
One Fourth off on all Spring coat Suits, siik or woo), all new
styles. One fourth off
l'*.' new fern waists, values equal to <xi waists Nice as
sortment to select from, all sizes," :>l to 4 '., Saturday
85c for ti.00 Middy Blouses, nice assortment to select from.
ti,On for Mens $1,50 work pants. Stripes or plain colors.
Stetson Hats, b^g line just received new style,staple QP nn
and fancy shapes U)U>UU
Mens Panama Hats, nice assortment of styles, t i 00,
13,50, <4 00 and
$•2 85 for Mens English Walking style, tan low cut,
shoes, regular $• 50 grade, on sale
Boys mule skin work shoes,
Mens Tan or black, mule skin work shoes, light
Cut prices on Ladies and chiidrens hats, ladies hats
MUSLINS UNDERWEAR- Big assortment of Ladies mus-
lin Pants, corset covers, skirts, gowns and etc Gar ACn
ments that sell regularly for (>">e. "5c, Sales day Hub
This advertisement cut out of any paper and presented with
#9.00 will pay for any $10 00 purchase Saturday or Monday.
Either Democrat or Enterprise.
75c Wash Silks, Winches wide, the new stripes, sever- 4Qp
al different patterns to select from. Sale price Huu
10c gingham, 25 patterns to select from, new spring Q1 nn
styles, sale price. 15 yards for U) I .UU
20c grade Pride of the West. White lawn or India
linen, Saturday and Monday
Palm Beach suits for boys, ti to 16 year size Genuine
Palm Beach cloth, light or dark
Mens Pi Im Beach Suits. Finely tailored suits. Hart
Schaffner & Mai'x made suits, t«"> 00
Mens and Boys Sport Shirts, 5i]c 75c, 81.0"
100 pair of ladies $2 50 to $3.50 slippers, black, tan, white
and colors, mostly small sizes. But some rnn as high
as 8 t hoice
l'-'c for choice of one lot of 25c and 35c dress goods. Voiles
Tissues, Zephyr, Ginghams, line lawns an . e.c Sales 1(lp
day choice I Ju
12Kc grade Diamond Hill cambric, the very thing for tine
underwear, bleached cambric muslin, on sale, 2 days onlv.
Only 12 yards to one customer, Saturday and Mon 11.00
dav, 12 yards for
Come to see us when i
Come to see us when ir
Pauls Valley. Send your
mail orders to this store.
^ War Against Flies
.....We'll Furnish the Amuiniticn
Flies are a constant menance to health. On the feet of the
fly can often be found enough germs of typhus. Fever w>d
other disease, to inoculate an entire family. We hcvt s
complete line of Paisan Fly paper, Sticky Fly paper. Ir-m:
Powders. Fly Swatters, Spraying Compounds and trier
Whatever a good Drug Store ought to have and E.aiiy
things others dont keep can be found here.
LET US FILL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS
BAKER DRUG CO
VVa Deliver The Nyal Drug Store Phone
Successors to Baker & Baker)
All school children in the city
;ire asked t > be present at the
CJitv Park. Fridiv afternoon, at
4 o'clock to practice f' t th * 1
I >fill that will *.-:k j place the lib
of July at the Big Picnic.
Mrs A K. SogJS
Dear i oinrade:—
1 have just received a commu-
nication tiom Gen, 1>. M. Halley,
Chief in C tmniand of 11 of the
veterans f the State of Oklabot
ma. and that the Confederate
State Reunion will come off a-
Doiant. in August the 9th, Ith
and lli.ri. The earlv d ite ha-
ma i" l" prevent a contlk'
with the (bounty Fair, aiui also
to make the *eh« o| building i-
vailahle foi - aring for the visi-
'O'.s No* is the time to start
the agita'm.'j for getting as ma-
n\ as we can to tins meeting. so
gel interested and notify all th,j
Camps, as we anticipate having
the best reunion ever had in the
State. Your Comrade,
Capt, K H. Curler
Commanding Fitz Hugh Lee
I'amn No. 1705
"Corns All Gone!
Let's ALL Kick!"
Every Corn Vanishes by Using Won-
derful, Simple "Gets-It." Never
Pail*. Applied in 2 Seconds.
Isn't it wonderful what a difference
.lust a little •'Gets-It" makes,—on
«oms and calluses? It's always ni^ht
Eoiruwher« iu the world, with many
I Miss McEli ev. of Chickasha,
viI] leave to dav li t Greenville,
Texas, after a visit with Mrs. W !
Mr. and Mrs. T H. Vaughn1
jare the guest of ti e r daughter j
, Mis. .1 A. Sn'dgras-.
i Mi", I. C. U herts an 1 ■ "hil«l-!
ien of Noble, were week enil
enestsofMi^ Vane, enroute.
home from 1 .in isev.
Fred htradW, of Durant, wasj
the over truest of his sisters Mrs
D. McRu-'r and Miss Flossie
| Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ki.ld re-
I turned last week an i will he
j with Mr. and Mrs. D VV Gibson
until their home is in rea liness
STORES WILL CLOSE
All grocery stores in th city
have signed an agreement) to
close their doors on July 4!.h ar;d
take in the Picnic All should
lake notice and buy groceries
CARD OF THANKS
We take this medium to ex-
press our most heart felt thankb
for Che many acts of love and
kindness shown by our friends
and neighbors during tne illness
of our little boy.
i Mr. and Mis. A. J. Dabbs.
Minor Do''"lies ior letnrnei: on
Tuesday from a visit to Tul.-a
and Oklahoma Pity.
TRY II! SUBSTITUTE
FOR NASTY CALOMEL
® New Drug Store! 0
We have removed on the corner in the Stephens
Building and are now open for business. We in-
vite our friend and customers to come in and
PAULS VALLEY DRUG CO. j
• D o
Starts your liver without making;
you sick and can not
Every druggi*t in town—your drug
gist ami everybody's druggist |ias noticed
u great fftlling-on in the sale of calomel.
They all give the saine reason. Dodson'a
Liver Tone is taking its place.
'Calomel ii dangerous and people know
it, while Dodeon's Liver Tone in perfectly
ftuife and gives better results," Raid a
prominent l«x-al 'druggist. Dod son's
Liver Tone is personally guaranteed by
every druggist who sells it. A large
bottle eosts ;' 0 cents, and if it fails to
give easy relief in every ease of liver
sluggishness and constipation you have
folks humped up. with, cork-serewed
faces, £ougifi£, puking, drilling out
, thtir corns, making packages of their
t« «?s with plaster?, bandages, tape and
I centraptionjs,—and the "holler" in
their corns go s nn forever! Don't
you do it. Use. "Gets-It," it's marvel-
j our simple, never tails. Apply it in
seconds. Nothing to sti« k to the
' not king, hurt or irritate the toe.
l'airi slops. <'orn comes "clean off,"
• oun k It's one of the *rems of ih
world. Try it—you'll klek—from Joy. Kor
cor ti', calluses, werts, bunions.
Cets-lt" is sold everywhere. 25c a
bottle, or sent direct by lv Lawrence
A- Co., Chicago., 111.
Sold in Pauis Valley and recommended
a worlds best com remedy by
City Drug Store
A TEXAS WONDER. w
The Texas Wonder cures kid-
ney and cures diabetes, weak
and feme backs, rheumatism,
and all irregularities of bladder
troubles, removing gravel in the
kidneys and bidder in both men
and women. Regulates bladder
troubles in children. If not sold
oy your druggist will be sent by-
mail on receipt of $1.00. One
small bottle is two months'
treatment and seldom fails to
perfect a cure. Send for test-
imonials irom OKlahoma and
other states. Dr. E. W. Hall,
2926 Olive Street, St Louis, Mo.,
Sold by druggists.
Sncce sor to Burks Drug Co,
R: M. Stone. Pharmacist. Pauls Valley, Ok la
onlv to ask for your money hack.
Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant-tast-
ing, purely vegetable remedy, harmless
to both children and adult . lake a
spoonful at night and wake up feeling
fine; no biliousness, sick headache, acid
stomach or constipated bowels. It
doesn't gripe or cause inconvenience all
the next day like violent calomel. Take
a do* of calomel today and tomorrow
you will feel weak, sick and nauseated,
npot Ipse a <Jay'B work! Take Dodson'g
l.iver Tone and feel fine, full of
>igur aid ambition.
v o.—Palace Drug Store.
The Pauls Val'.ey Druj; Co.
lia- moved its stor^ into tli^ cor-
ner building formerly occupied
hy .•*. H. Stephen?, and Mr.
Stephens has moved hin dry
goods store int i the Myers buil-
Carson *Sc Parhain will move
into t h>< store formerly occupied
; by The Pan! Val ev Unit: Co.
as >'iori as the show winduvs
! can bf arranged.
Mrs. N. H. Lindsey and chil-
dren returned last Friday from
a visit with relatives in Cook
Mr. P. Rousell and grand son.
Key Koueell, are in Sulphur at
Ptamona taking a cou'se o f
That's what they ALL say. Not ONE complaint that
w have heard about. Naturally, we feel proud of
such generous appreciation from Pauls Valley house
wives. THANK YOU LADIES, for vour true loyalty
toword a home industry in calling fo
But we are NOT satisfie i. We want a trial sack of
our NEW FLOUR to go in every home in Pauls Val
ley. We want YOU to try it li vou've been putting
it off, decide NOW to give "PURITAN" a try-out
ONE PRICE—ALL DEALERS
PAULS VALLEY MILLING CO.
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Mitchell, J. D. Pauls Valley Democrat (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 1916, newspaper, June 29, 1916; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc118619/m1/3/: accessed April 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.