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1909-1910 Business Directory
(not proof read as yet)
R.L. Polk & Co.'s
Oklahoma State Gazetteer and Business Directory
Price, Seven Dollars
Published Biennially By R.L. Polk & Co.
Population, 3000. The judicial seat of Garvin County is an enterprising, incorporated city located on the G.C. & S. Fe and Oklahoma and Eastern branch of the A.T. & S. Fe Ry., and on the Washita river, 55 miles south of Oklahoma City. It is in the fertile Washita valley and is surrounded by the best agricultural and stock raising land in the state, for which it is the logical trade center. The natural advantages of location, combined with the richness of soil and climate has produced a vigorous, healthy and continuous growth and at no time during the city's history has its wonderful progress been in response to artificial booming. The natural advantages of Pauls Valley were at no time better supplemented by its acquired advantages than they are today and the opportunities to inaugurate new enterprises and obtain homes, occupation and happiness are open to those who seek. T he city is the center of intellectual vigor with a past full of interest, a present full of earnestness and a future full of promise. The time is not far distant when the population of Pauls Valley will be doubled and perhaps tripled and she will be one of the most important and attractive centers of business in the state. It has churches of the leading denominations, the public school system is among the best in the southwest and affords excellent opportunities, the sanitary precautions are enlightened and vigilant, it has water works, fire department, sewerage system, 4 strong banks, a flouring mill with a daily capacity of 125 barrels, a cotton compress, grain elevator, ice plant, 3 cotton gins, local and long distance telephone facilities ad its stores offer metropolitan selection. The press is represented by 3 newspapers, the Herald, the Enterprise and the Valley News. There is nothing of greater importance to any city than the possession of adequate facilities for the entertainment of the traveling public in a thoroughly organized, efficient and high-class manner. Pauls Valley is fortunate in this respect, its hotels being favorably known for their excellent fare and service. A popular house of high-class is the Leland Hotel, adequately equipped with all of the modern conveniences of a first class hotel and in all respects the accommodations and service are in keeping with the excellent reputation the house enjoys. The principal shipments are cotton, grain, live stock, flour, alfalfa and produce. Tel., Postal and W.U. Exp., W.F. & Co., J.M. Dorchester, Postmaster.
Agnew & Baker (George E. Agnew, Claude E. Baker), drugs
Aker, S.A., propr Union Hotel
Alexander, John B., hardware
Atkins, Mrs. Della, propr Commercial Hotel
Austin T.J., district clerk
Austin, W. Dallas, grocer
Baker, E.P., mule dealer
Barnes & Render, dentists
Barnett, Jennie, hotel
Berry, George J., confr.
Blanton & Andrews (James T. Blanton, Leonidas C. Andrews), lawyers
Braden, Robert E., tinner
Bradfield, Miss P., county supt of public instruction
Bruce Clarence P., drugs
Bucklew & West (Richard B. Bucklew, Nathan B. West), blacksmiths
Burch Jesse E., grocer
Callaway, James R., physician
Carey, Lombard, Young & Co., F.W. Helm, mgr, lumber
Carr & Field (Henry M. Carr, J. Walker Field), attorneys-at-law
Carter, J.W. & Son (James W. and R. Winston), livery
Caruth, Willis E., restaurant
Chickasaw Bottling Co., Sherrill Bros., proprs.
Chickasaw Furniture Co. (capital $7,500), J.K. Conner, pres, J.H. Patterson, sec., T.H. Conner, treas, furniture and undertakers
City Plumbing Co. (K.F. Butler, B.F. Sledge)
Commercial Hotel, Mrs. Della Atkins, propr.
Cordell, John, W.S. dist Indian agt.
Coyle, Edward J., cotton gin
Cummings & Watson, cotton gin
Davis George W., restaurant
Dennis, Warren B., real estate
Donahue, Hugh J., tailor
Duffy-Burns Hardware Co.
Ellison, Mattie, milliner
Ellison, Wm. R., barber
Erwin, Wm. M., Publisher, The Pauls Valley Enterprise and Valley News
Evans, Albert S., racket goods
Evans, James A., tailor
First National Bank (cap $50,000), Tom Grant, pres., M. Lasater, cashr.
Freeman, Wm. M., general merchandise
Garvin County Herald, Herald Printing Co. Publishers, Byron Hawkins, Editor
Garvin County Real Estate and Insurance Co. (capital $10,000), A.H. Henderson, Pres., K.B. Henderson, Vice-pres., E.H. Henderson, Treas., A.J. Henderson, Sec., Real estate, Insurance, Farm Loans, Pruiett Bldg.
Garvin & Sorrell (Samuel J. Garvin, George E. Sorrell), lumber
Gibson Bros., horse dealers
Globe Hotel, Mattie A. Rice propr.
Goodpasture & Sanders (A. Virgil Goodpasture, Charles A. Sanders), harness
Graham, Fred V., loans and farm loans
Gray, Alexander W., physician
Gray Bros. (Luther O. and J. Hadley), photographers
Green, James L., 2d-hd goods
Green, Susan A., restaurant
Guaranty Abstract Co., John P. McConahe Pres., A.K. Suggs, Sec., Bonded abstracters
Gubin Dry Goods Co., Moses M. Gubin pres, Perry L. Sullivan, sec., Charles W. Carson, treas, dry goods
Gywme, J.W., notary
Hallum, Abner J., general store
Hallum-Burks Hardware Co., Abner Hallum, pres., S.S. Reed, sec., J.A. Agnew, Treas, hardware
Halstead, Stephen, restaurant
Hamm, Thomas I., insurance
Harris, Walter J., register of deeds
Hawkins, Byron, Editor Garvin County Editor
Herald Publishing Co., H.M. Carr, Pres., Wirt Randolph, Sec., Byron Hawkins, Mgr.
Hightower, Edward G., clothing and mayor
Hill, John D. , propr, the Leland, the Best Hotel of Pauls Valley, Where the Travelor Stops.
Home, James T., general store
Hoffman, Charles H., tailor
Horwitz, Leon, optician
Houston-Humphrey Lumber Co., H.S. Humphrey, mngr.
Hybarger & Moore (James C. Hybarger, Elisha M. Moore), real est.
Jones, Lee T., real estate
Jones, O.W., lawyer
Jones, T.R., lawyer
Kendall, T.L., police judge
King, Joshua J., jeweler
Kurl, Charles, livery
Leedy, J.H. , architect
Leland, The, John D. Hill, propr, The Leading HOtel of Pauls Valley, equipped and run in the interest of the commercial men, rate $2.00 per day
Lindsey, Newton H., physician
Low, Frank K., mngr, Pauls Valley Milling Co.
McConahey, John P., Pres Guaranty Abstract Co.
McFarland & Armstrong (Joseph McFarland, Charles C. Armstrong), pool room
McGuire & Pope (Wm. M. McGuire, Van Pope), restaurant
Markham, H. P., physician
Mitchell, James D., county attorney
Mitchell, W.B.M., county judge
Montgomery, Gerogiana, milliner
Moore, John M., restaurant
Morgan, John W., laundry
Nat'l Bank of Commerce (cap $50,000), Wm. J. Long pres, S.B. Kimberlin, cashier
Nesbit, E.N., notary
Neill, S.E., county surveyor
Newberg, Sylvester, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in produce, butter, eggs, poultry, hides, pelts and furs
O'Neal, Thomas J., confectioner
Pare, John E., barber
Parks & Alford (George W. Parks, C.C. Alford), pool room
Patchell & Henderson (Owen W. Patchell, Marion Henderson), attorneys-at-law
Pauls Valley Compress Co.
Pauls Valley Democrat, Shaw & Parham publrs
Pauls Valley Enterprise and Valley News, Wm. M. Wrwin, publr
Pauls Valley Ice Co.
Pauls Valley Mining Co., F .L. Low, mngr.
Pauls Valley National Bank (cap $25,000), T.A. Vaughn, pres., A.R. Hickam, cashr.
Pennington Grocery Co., John A. Stokes, mgr., whol grocers
Perry Bros & Rice (M.W., C.C., L.W. and J. W. Perry, W.W. Rice), dry goods
Pitts, Rev (Presbyterian)
Pyeatt, A lvin F., attorney-at-law, Pres The Valley Abstract Co.
Rennie, Hocker & Moore (Albert Rennie, J.W. Hocker, Charles Moore), lawyers
Reynolds, A., mngr Valley Gin Co.
Richardson & Robinson Bros (Harrie K. Richardson & Lemuel J. and Wm. W. Robinson), drugs
Roady & Sparks (John A. Roady, John B. Sparks), grocers
Roberts, Joseph K., chief of police
Rogers, E.T., meats
Shaw & Parham (Thaddeus N. Shaw, Robert Parham), publrs Pauls Valley Democrat
Sherrill Bros (David W. and Michael N.), bottlers
Shumate & Son (John W. and Wm. E.), genl store
Spencer Telephone Co., L.A. Spencer, mngr
Stanley, J.M., lawyer
Stevenson, James M., barber
Stokes, John A., mngr Pennington Grocery Co.
Struble, Walter F., sidewalk contr.
Suggs A.K., sec Guaranty Abstract Co.
Sullivan-Long Grocery (cap $50,000), W.L. Sullivan, pres., S.B. Kimberlin, sec.
Taylor, Yerker E., lawyer
Taylor & Wootton (Edwin M. Talor, Spriggs H. Wootton), insurance
Thomason, Charles H., attorney-at-law, commercial business & speciality
Thompson & Jones (Joseph B. Thompson, James G. Jones), lawyers
Thompson & McConahey (W.J. Tompson, J.P. McConahey), farm lands and loads, 30 years residence. We know the country
Trimmer, J.G., county treasurer
Turner, Rev. T.P. (Methodist)
Twiggs, J.W., county clerk
Union Hotel, S.A. Aker propr.
Valley Abstract Co., (Capital $10,000), Alvin F. Pyeatt, Pres
Valley Gin Co., C.B. Reynolds, mngr
Valley Grocery Co. (N.D. Duffield, P.N. Kerr, S.C. Edwards), grocers
Van Hoozer, Wm. C., dry goods
Walker, James S., blacksmith
Waples-Painter Co., Walter K. Newton, mngr, lumber
Washita Valley Land & Laod Co., Olin W. Jones, pres, S.A. Sloan, sec., P.T. Rankin, treas, real estate
Watts, Rev (Baptist)
Wells, Stirmon B., plumber
Williams, E.A., grocer
Williams & Brady (Jesse R. Williams, Clarence G. Brady), barbers
Williamson Bros & Co. (Calvin C. and Ensworth L. Williamson) furniture
Witten, Cody P., grocer
Wofford Bros (Ollie B. and Frank L.), meats
Worley Bros (Oscar and Charles F.), barbers
Worley Charles F., sheriff
Young Ella V., restaurant
Young, J.A., Physician
Younblood, B., prin of school
Population, 500. An incorporated village on the G.C. & S. F. Ry., in Garvin County, 7 miles north of Pauls Valley, the county seat. Has Campbellite and Methodist churches, a graded public school, a bank, and 2 cotton gins. Ships cotton, corn, wheat, oats and potatoes. Tel., W.U. Exp., W.F. & Co. Telephone connection. E.E. Dillingham, Postmaster.
Bank of Paoli (capital $5,000) L. Rodke Pres, W.P. Dockhorn, Cashr.
Bates, E.A., Lumber Co.
Borns, F.M., physician
Bottoms, W.L. Telephone Co.
Bottoms & Haberley, general store
Brannum, W.H., flour mill and gin
Bratton, J.W., meats
Camp, J.A., live stock breeder
Craddock, T.H., barber
De Board, C.R., cotton gin
Dillingham, E .E., Confectionery and insurance
Dobyns, J.T. general store
Dorst, John, physician
Gibson, Richard, barber
Goode, A.F., live stock breeder
Harrison, J.A. blacksmith
Haun, Rev. I.R.
Hottle, W.C., physician
Howard, W.H., blacksmith
Ishell, John, saloon
Kinglesmith, W.J., drugs
Louis, E.A., physician
McCrummen, E.L., live stock
Moore, L.L., grocer
Myers. J. F., live stock
Nabors, V.E., restaurant
Paoli Hotel, M.F. Maples, propr.
Paoli Mercantile Co., G.F. Riley, propr.
Pearson, E.J., R.R. and exp agt.
Pearson, H.C., New State Hotel
Pendley, F.L., Hardware
Pioneer Telephone Co.
Rawls, W.E., physician
Scott, J.R., blacksmith
Signovis, G.C., meat market and restr.
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