Pauls Valley Democrat (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 6, 1922 Page: 3 of 8
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PAULS VALLEY DEMOCRAT, APRIL 6, 1922.
Valley Hi Times..
Marie: "Well, dear, did you
have a good month at the beach?"
Maud: "Splendid! I was given
seven engagement rings and only
had to return three of them."
Editorial Staff. Iconvent immediately. She then had 1^® Knchantress. .
Editor .Louise Hightower her couch moved close to the fire- > " beautiful
Nubbins Jo Russell side, the warmth of which soon re- e « *e on the banks
Chaff Dawn Wignall vived her. The recollection of "r®am/_i 8Ht P0*11 ,on
Cheery Corner.—Marion Shannon what she had just suffered was
Reporters. .1 speedily lost in her present com-
Senior T. S. Grant fort, when the steward came in
Junior " Frances Goad again to ask how many loads he
Sophomore Pauline Poole was to send.
Freshman Allie Van Hoozer "0! you may wait," said the
Ciceronian Steve King great lady carelessly; "the wea-
ther is very much milder."
Justinian Edward Burch
C. 0. S. Mildred Freeman
C. D. A Frances Jobe
B. I. L Maude Mayfield
Itinerant Martha Hart
Athletics L. E. Suggs
Typists—Marian Shannon and
and soon went to sleep. While I
was asleep I dreamed that I saw
a person named Everybody wan-
dering around in the Wilderness
of Eld which is the World for all
humans. Everyboy was having a
good time there and in a way he
was not because Tyrant Hitfoi
It is difficult for us to get the ? apPpi™ seme-
me nersnective of ondltfen* ,th.,n* J° ' "e Everyboy come
■ misfortune wne-i he was about to
win the beautifu' Erch.-.ntress.
one da. and
told him fever to let the Enchan-
tress know that he loved her and
same perspective of
when wt* are seated in our com-
fortable homes before a cuz.y fire! j'1-1.1 . ,
that we should receive if we were ^ nde came to lnm
actually in the midst of these sur-
roundings. Bui fortunately this is
Faculty Adviscr.-Miss Landen a talent that can be cultivated by
'practice and a generous supply of
Our attitudes toward our fellow-
men and toward life itself are
governed to a great extent by ex-
ternal influences. If we are not
physically comfortable we are
much more prone to take a morbid
view of conditions. The famous
French author, Emile Souvestre,
gives such a forceful illustration
of this truth in his book entitled
"The Attic Philosopher," that it
bears repeating. In relating the
story of a duchess who visited a
reighboring convent on a bitterly
cold afternoon, he has this to say:
"The convent was poor, There was
ro wood, and the monks had noth-
ing but their disciples and the ar-
dor of their prayers to keep out
the cold. The duchess who was
shivering with cold, returned
home greatly pitying the poor
monks. While the servants were
taking off her cloak and adding
two more logs to her fire, she call-
ed for her steward, whom she or-
dered to send some wood to the
The high school students were
highly honored last Wednesday in
a special chapel when ex-governor
Brough of Arkansas addressed
According to Governor Brough,
faith in yourself, faith in your
fellow-man, faith in the purity and
idealism of womanhood, faith in
your state and government, and
above all, faith in God, are the es-
sentials required to make your
life a success. He made a lasting
impression on the minds of the
students who fully appreciated
the opportunity of hearing such a
Mistress: "Did you
rubber plant, Mary?"
New Maid: "Why,
thought is was water-proof."
then, if she loved him she would
forget about his enemy. Tyrant
History, and never let him bother
Everyboy thought this a good
plan but he had tarried so long
now that it was almost evening
and he saw Ghost Rival going the
.iame way that he was. Everyboy
knew that if he had plenty of gold
that he could make the Enchan-
tress love him and forget the
Ghost Rival. There was only one
place he knew of where any monev
was and that was the Castle of
Pa. He turned back and when ar-
rival there he asked the keeper of
the Castle to lend him a bag of
gold. The keeper of the Castle
saw that Everyboy was enchant-
ed by a beautiful woman or he
would never have asked for so
much money, but he gave it to
him and bid him good-bye. Every-
boy bought flowers and all other
things that ladies like and passed
water the!by the castle of the Enchantress
while she was giving her sweetest
mum, 11 smiles to Ghost Rival. When she
saw Everyboy with all these gifts
«. I she immediately ran after him
and told him if he would forgive
I; her that she would forget about
I his enemy, Tyrant History, and
s>love him. Everyboy finally stop-
ped his beautiful black horse and
lifted her on, and while they went
X j riding away Ghost Rival slowly
| ifaded away. Tyrant History never
- bothered them again and Ghost
Rival was not a very good friend
of Castle of Pa, so he could not
win the beautiful Enchantress
away from Everyboy.
w —Pauline Poole.
| Mr. Sweeney has been gone all
I last week umpiring games in Ok-
" ! lahoma City. He returned Monday.
Because the home is the corner-stofce of civili-
zation, anything that contributes to better housing
makes better citizens, and therefore better commu-
We feel that it is part of our job to help folks
plan and build better homes. Our plan books picture
and describe many charming and distinctive de-
We furnish architects blue prints and estimates
of cost for convenient well planned homes that are
We are always at the service of the home build-
er, who may consult us without obligation.
Minnetonka Lumber Co.
Phone No. 1
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS."
A. R. VAUGHN, Mgr.
Aetna Life Insurance Co.
The Methodist revival has been
very successful in getting mem-
bers from the High School. Friday
night will be High School night
and Rev. Nelson will preach a
sermon especially for the good of
The Young Dyers
When a New York magistrate
ordered a truant school girl to go
home and wash the paint off her
face and the dye from her hair—
He evidently didn't believe in
the saying that the good dye
A Frenchman learning English
said to his tutor: "English is a
queer language. What does this
sentence mean: Should Mr. Noble,
who sits for this constituency,
consent to 3tand again and run he
will in all probability have a walk-
MORE TRUTH THAN POETRY.
LIFE is uncertain but death is sure,
You may have Insurance but you should have more.
If you have none at all you are surely in the wrong,
So take out a good policy and have it along.
Take it out now and take of the best,
See JAS. S. WATWOOD he will tell you the rest.
Temporary Phone 182. Box 342. Pauls Valley, Okla.
WHEN YOU GET AN AETNA POLICY
You have one of the best there is—None better.
You have one void of all technical phrazes.
It's plain, you understand it.
You don't have to consult your attorney to see.
You do the seeing and understand yourself.
It's vital to you that you do.
See the AETNA Man, let him show you before its too late.
Address JAS. S. WATWOOD, Box 842, Pauls Valley, Okla.
Pauls Valley, Okla., April 4th.
Dear Boy Blue:
Your father was in P. V. last
week and came to the house for
dinner. AVttrwards we went to
the show. We had a splendid time.
He told me about the honors you
are receiving at Purdue. I'm glad
you're doing such splendid work.
I am glad and yet I'm not that
you are going to hold a position
there. It's a wonderful position
and pays a good salary but I
| thought you were going to get to
'come home. It was rather disap-
pointing. Life is full of disap-
pointments though and I have
"survived" others, so I suppose I
shall this one.
Your dad didn't tell me so very
imuch about that "prom" affair.
| so please, if you don't mind, tell
I me all about it in vour next letter.
(Don't leave out the smallest de-
tail, even if it does include you. 1
know that it won't be egotism on
your part, dearest, so tell it all.
Your mother wrote me and ask-
ed me to spend the coming week
end with her. There is some spe-
cial affair in the City she wants
me to attend with her. I am going
and I intend to get her to go shop-
Iping with me. She is always so
! observing that it is a joy to be
i with her. Bob, you have a spl-
| endid mother, your mother and
father both have pleasing person-
| alities. As for you, well—. Yes the
.well is deep.
J Please don't think—Clang,
iClang, class recitation. Good-bye,
i Again I have a few leisure mo-
ments and I shall endeavor to
bring this "extraordinary" epistle
to a close. By the way, do you
have much time to read "sich as
this?" Rhetorical purely. Pro-
ceed any way.
For your sake, my sake, and
everybody's sake, please don't re-
peat. The more I think, the less
I can conceive where you picked
up that stile." My ownest, I am
not in the habit of picking up
"stiles." Really, though, 1 'am
aware of the fact that you think
I am rather "strengthy" in some
things, 1 am not strong enough
physically to lift "stiles." The
style I picked up, as you -al! it,
is no*—Dinner! ! intended io fin-
ish this and mail it this noOn. But1
alas you'll have to wait r teenaie
The abovn found on the school
ro'.'n 1. Owner please ciM i*r it.
It's Service That Measures
It isn't the cut of the clothes that
Nor the stuff out of which they
Though chosen with taste and fas-
And it isn't the price that you
It isn't the size of your pile in the
Nor the number of acres you own,
It isn't a question of prestige or
Nor of sinew and muscle and bone
It isn't the servants that come at
It isn't the things vou possess
Whether many, or little—or noth-
ing at all,
It's service that measures suc-
It isn't a question of name, or of
Of an ancestral pedigree,
Nor a question for mental vigor
Nor a question of social degree;
It isn't a question for city or
Nor a question for doctrine or
It isn't a question for fame or re-
Nor a question of ortorous deed;
But he who makes somebody hap-
py each day,
And he who gives heed to distress
Will find satisfaction the richest
For it's service that measures
CMS. F. WORLEY
the work and make good to keep
them in those positions term after
term instead of changing to inex-
rnn PUrnilT Perience^ men' That Mr. Worley
K SHrH rP is competent and efficient and un-
I Ull UIILIIII I tiring in his offorts no one will
deny. He has a strong following
of friends over the county who are
The Democrat is authorized ;o confident of his re-election,
announce the name of Chas. F. Mr. Worley solicits your sup-
Worley for re-election as Sheriff port upon his record as an offici-
of Garvin County, subject to ihe al and his offical acts are open
action of the Democratic party at for your inspection.
the August primaries
The Democrat respectfully asks
Mr. Worley needs no introduc- your earnest consideration of Mr.
tion to the democratic voters of VVorley's claims and his peculiar
the county a.°- he is serving his Witness for the office of Sheriff
fifth term as Sheriff and in this bef"re casting yo:ir vote.
capacity has made good to the on-:
tire satisfaction of the vast l.iajor-
ity of peaceab'e, lawabiding citi-
zens who wish to see the laws
fnrnoit V,' 1 Notice is hereby given that I,
v, .. ...... u- fUr lavor- ,Ie the undersigned have taken up as
her given his entire time and at- an estrav
in1? whnp hlehdUtieY£ the 0ffice| 0ne Brown Horse >6'/2 hands
fcal or a nisivpaShrrL vn hi,th' 11 yearK 0,d- wei*ht about
Lressh-e nnH T 1200 Pounds' branded "Z" on left
comnlianrp of !! i UPi?" i-!*6 shoulder. and that the owner may
and through his kind but cons^ IfTlc?1"8 by payjng.fthe expense
f ' ,uul consis- 0f taking up, and if no owner
friends' uho' r^n ♦ !•** r mau<!e claim same I will proceed to sell
determination Hpe, him for his sajd animal according to law.
titudT consistent at-1 Dated March .10th, 1022.
Mr. Worley is relentless in his
efforts to capture criminals who
commit crime in the confines of
his county and through ,.he untir-
ing efforts of his office criminals
who are want to do wrong and rob
and pilfer honest citizens give
Garvin County a wide berth and
look for greener fields to carry on
theii operations, for once on the
*rail °f, a ,car th'ef, robber or
thug, Sheriff Worley never gives
up the chase until the culprit has
been run to earth. Any number
have been the cases in which he
has trailed men wanted for crime
through state after state until
they were finally overtaken and
brought to justice.
m. a. Mcclain.
"Where there is smoke, there
is always fire," so when twenty
million well-known men and wom-
en in all alks of life say Tanlac is
a good medicine, there must be
something to it.—Richardson-
Robinson Drug Co.
In the lllNfrlcf ( onr( for (iiirtiu County,
E. Johnston, Plaintiff.
The Unknown Heirs of Joe! Williams,
Deceased, and Chas. H. Hudson and O.
W. Jones, Defendants.
To the Heirs, executors, administra-
tors, devisees, trustees, and assigns
immediate and remote, of Joel Wil-
rp, , You art' hereby notified ><>u liave
1 nrough nis years of service he keen sued ill the above named Court for
has learned the art nf f^ll/v..,J„„ * determination of heirship of the said
pr• • i , , , following Joel Williams deceased, to the follow-
triminais and their habits. He described lands, to-wit:
So8o?henr°mIed^e 1nud training ihat ^r'orW o'f NSwV. Nw't 1,'f
no other man in the county could of hw^; s\v>4 of nk4 of sw*4;
carry to the Sheriff's office with- of NB*: SK* of NE* ,,f NK* al1 ln
out VearR nf trnr«V « J u- Section 13, Twp, 3 North, Range 2
Gaining, and his ser-,Went. in Garvin County, oklahoma. <nd
Vice8 Cost no more than those of 'or (lecree restraining: and enjoining
ineXDen>nr pH 1* u « you and each of you from asserting or
I iiiexpenenceu men. It has been toojclalmln* any rlKht. title or intrrent in
• Olten the custom of politics to!an<1 '" deKcrlbed lands an-!
Change officers p n. IpremlBen and that if you fall to in-
TU .1., every iWO >.erms. the p.ftltlon filed herein by JMl.t
1 ne tidy was when offices were I'lalatlff on or before the 19th day of
merely for the reward of faithful Mhv' 19?2; ,wi" >>* taken .i
"Enchantment" the Picture
Beautiful. Hamlys' Thursday and
merely for the reward nf faithful |May' ,9-2' the i"',1,,on wl" be taken as
' , laitnrul true and Judgment rendered according-
party workers, but that day is fast >>'■
passing. The tax-payers are to-! (Sea
day demanding that competent I By h. i„ coot-Kit. Deputy
men be elected to office and where HE:
they show a splendid adaptness u> I
JOHN R. JjAW.
SNPERSON K- HKNDERPoN,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
' (Pub. A| rll 6, 13, 21. 28.)
RENNIE MOTOR CO.
309 S. Chickasaw St.
Pauls Valley, Okla.
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