Pauls Valley Democrat (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 11, 1920 Page: 4 of 10
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PAULS VALLEY DEMOCRAT
PAULS VALLEY, OKLAHOMA
Published Every Thursday. Office: 110 McClure Ave.
Entered in the Post Office at Pauls Valley, Oklahoma, as
Second Class Mail Mitter.
THOMAS & ALEXANDER, Owners.
Subscription $1.50 per Year.
VALLEY III TIMES
The Pauls Valley high school
opened this year with a greater
enrollment (188) than has ever
been known in the history of the
Mr. Butcher has stated that the
faculty this year is the best quali-
fied that he has ever worked with.
It is composed of Supt. Butcher;
Mr. Garland, principal; Miss Col-
vin, English; Miss Thompson, His-
tory; Miss Kelly, Home Economics
Miss Patchell, Language and Com-
mercial Department; Miss Hinote,
Mathamatics; Miss Billings, His-
tory and English; Mr. Schafer,
Science, Mr. Robertson, Music and
Mathamatics; and Mr. Turner,
The four classes of high school
organized soon after the fall term
began. Each elected president,
Freshmen Class—Conway Mc-
Sophomore Class—Ray Lindsay,
president; Vernoy Patterson, vice-
president; Bernice Murray, secre-
tary- treasurer; Miss Hinote,
Junior Class—Mildred Freeman,
president; T. S. Grant, vice-presi-
dent; Wanda Grimmett, secretary
treasurer; Miss Kelly, Sponsor.
Senior Class—Raymond Shook,
president; Bess Secor, vice-presi-
dent; Lazelle Spangler, secretary-
treasurer; Miss Thompson, Spon-
The six literary societies which
were in high school last year, have
been re-organized this year. The
societies, except the C. 0. S. meet
every other Tuesday, from 2:50 to
3:50. The S. 0. S. meets the sec-
ond and fourth Wednesday of the
month, at 7:30. Several nnw mem-
bers are being admitted to socie-
ties, and many and interesting
have been the initating stunts. The
! societies take turns in using the
auditorium for their programs.
N'ovember 16 the Ciceronians will
give a program to which the pub-
lic is most cordially invited.
son, president; Louis Hightower,
vice-president; Lazelle Spangler,
Secretary; Mr. Robertson, Spon-
president; Lynn Spence, vice-presi-
dent; Emory Hartman, secretary;
Miss Colvin, Sponsor.
C. O. S.—Bess Secor, president;
Miss Patchell, Sponsor.
B. I. L.—Bess Secor, president;
Patsy Carter, vice-president; Jo-
sephine Russell, secretary; Miss
president, Herbert Oaks, vice-pres.
Paul Terry, secretary; Mr. Gar-
La Chachiporra—Aleece Ilamly,
president; Straus Baker, secretary
Miss Patchell, sponsor.
A high school girls Glee Club
of about twenty-eight voices, has
been organized by Mr. Robertson,
director of music in the school.
The officers are: president, Mil-
dred Butler; and secretary, Velma
The Glee Club meets every Mon-
day and Thursday, at 3:20. A
group of about twenty boys have
practiced several times, but as y.et
have not organized.
The Senior English Class, under
Miss Colvin, have organized a
Dickens Society, and meets the
first Friday of each month. Pro-
grams are given which are drama-
tization of the work which the
class has covered during the month
j The foot ball boys are doing very
Well this year. They are practic-
ing hard and each game played,
| has shown a great improvement.
The games have been very interest-
i ing and have been well attended
i by both the town people and stu-
Friday, November 12, Pauls Val-
ley will play Lindsay on the Lind-
say grounds. Jhis is going to be
a hard game but Pauls Valley is
going to fight to carry off the vic-
The basket ball girls are working
well in view of the season which
will open shortly after Thanks-
giving. Both the girls and boys
basket ball teams are planning to
make a record of which Pauls Val-
ley will be proud.
A regular time has been set for
chapel. This is every Thursday,
the third period of the day. Each
week the school will endeavor to
present a program which will be
educational and interesting to the
All of the people of Pauls Val-
ley who remember the carnival of
last year, cannot help but look
forward with anticipation to the
second carnival which is to be
given December 3. This is to be
given by the several English clas-
ses even greater success than last
The city is indeed fortunate in
securing for the eighteenth and
nineteenth of November, "The Col-
onial Art Exhibit," from Oklahoma
City. This exhibit will be shown
at the high school gymnasium.
It will be very educational, and
is something every one in Pauls
Valley should see. There will be
shown exact copies of the world's
greatest masterpieces. The exhibit
Is being brought here under the
auspices of the Pauls Valley Art
Club, and the high school.
The admission will be fifteen
and thirty cepts. The money will
be used for the purchase of pictur-
es for the high school.
A delightful entertainment was
given in honor of the Senior Class
and the faculty, by the Juniors,
November the ninth, in the home
economics .(lepartment of the Hi
school. Among other interesting
games and contests that were play-
ed, was a progressive game of but-
tons, the winners of which were
Marion Shannon and Enory Hart-
man. Delicious refreshments of
ice cream and cake were served.
JUDGE KENDALL ON THE
Luke dropped up to see me a
few days since, and did not seem
to be in hi& usual optomistic mood,
but was very abstepeous. He did
not mince words but said he was
miseiably mis-put, as the result of
the election. He said he had fal-
len considerably short in green
skins by backing up his judgment
on the result of the election, but
said he did not loose so much but
what he could get over that, but
he will be darned if it did not re-
mind him of being at an old coun-
try precinct election over in old
Kentuckey where it was very
fashionable to putt off the old
time fist and cuff fights. Said on
certain occasion he attended a
precinct election where there were
too big democrat brothers that
was regular giants that whipped
everything that bucked up to them.
It seems from his statement that
the voters in that community got
tired of seeing those too ruffians
knocking them down just to see
them kick, and that they ir ported
a fellow from over the mountains
to see if they could not change the
fun a little; said the election was
held in what was called the 8th
precinct at old brother Smith's
house, and just under the hill,
there was a fine spring house in
which the old man always kept a
few barrels of hard cider and a
little corn juice for the benefit of
his friends; said the crowd would
go down under the hill as their
thirst would suggest and tank up
a while. One of the brothers was
down at the spring and the other
was up at the voting box banter-
ing any man for a fight whose po-
litical opinion was different from
his. He swore he could whip any
Rusty nail wounds, festering
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allways a fool about her leg. The
only embarrassment she had was
that some of the neighbors thought
whig on the ground and never get owing to the sudden enlargement
a scratch. 1 he big fellow from < 0f jeg; granny always told
over the mountain jumped up and 1
swore that he could not lick his
skillet, from that they mixed. The
big fellow from the mountains
ATTENDING TO CHICKENS
More than twelve years ago Willard
built his fust automobile starting,
lighting and ignition battery—several
years before electric starting came into
For more than twelve years the one
object on which Willard effort has
concentrated has been automobile bat-
teries—batteries that would serve the
car owner longer, more efficiently and
This consistency, this concentration
on one big problem, has resulted in
Willard leadership in the automotive
battery field, and is responsible for—
among many and varied contributions
to the industry—the perfection of
Threaded Rubber Insulation, the great-
est battery improvement in years.
There are today 152 passenger car and
truck manufacturers using the Still Bet-
ter Willard Battery—the only battery
with Threaded Rubber Insulation.
Valley Battery Co.
Second Door West of Post Office.
This trade-mark is branded in red on
one side of the Still Better Willard Stor-
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landed an uppercut Ba shokine,
with such force that his heels flew
up and he hit the ground, and he
hollowed enough. Presently his
brother came up on the scene of
action furiously mad seeing
his brothers face so bluddy, and
offered fifty dollars for any man
that would show him who hit his
brother; at this liberal offer the
fellow who hit his brother jumped
up from where he was sitting and
said, sir, I am the man who hit
your brother. What have you to
say about it? At this the brother
surveyed the big fellow over and
said all I have to say it that you
hit him a most a hell of a lick.
"My neighbors are surpised to
see me looking so well, for they
., ,, . , . ., , „„„ thought I would not live to see
them that her family was always * had such in around
funny m old age I now deposit all heart cauge me tQ fajnt
my money in the bank for safe ■ came from bloating and
keeping since the war is over It ure of in stomach. A
don't make any difference who is|i. 0.
Consistent devotion to one aim, the build-
ing of a better uutomotive bnttery, hns re-
sulted in the adoption of the Still Better
Willard by the 152 manufacturers below.
D m . >1 y "i1""5""; w."" /" friend in St. Louis told me to use
President, they will never legislate M ,s Wonderful Remed and j
a nickel in your pocket. Now, fee, better than in aU
if you have got that idea in your|,.fe 1 doing my Qwn work
nead, I would advise you to go as a^tending t0 my chickens and my
quick as you can and buy a fine garden and haye deaned house,.
tooth comb and take a steel hunt
and kill all of your game by
mashing them between your
thumbs. Yours truly,
Warren Attaway and Miss Bau-
lah Gay were married at the home
of the brides sister, Mr. and Mrs.
That is the way I feel about the!Luther Richardson in the east
election, but I am O. K., as I have
not slept a wink or ate a bite since
the good old President Wilson's
two and three dollars an hour
wages commenced, I have saved
more money than any banker in
the county. I deposit my money
with my dear old sweetheart, and
she put in her stock.ng where I
know it would be sate, as she was
part of the city on Sunday, Oct.
31st. Rev. J. B. Reaves officiating.
The groom is a resident of this
city and the bride resided near
John Douglass and Miss Bertie
Smith, both of this city were mar-
ried by Rev. J. B. Reaves in his
city on Saturday afternoon, Nov.
It is a simple, harmless preparat-
ion that removes the catarrhal
mucus from the intestinal tract
and allays the inflammation which
causes practically all stomach,
liver and intestinal ailments, in-
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will Convince of money refunded.
For sale by Richardson-Robin-
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Two solicitors for rural route
work in Garvin county on Farmer-
Stockman, Daily Oklahoman and
Oklahoma City Times. Straight
salary and expenses. Apply Dis-
trict Manager, P. O. Eox 72, Pauls
Valley, Okla. 32-4t-pd.
Zensal cures Eczema.
Baker Drug Company.
La i-1 atlee
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