Pauls Valley Democrat. (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 12, 1911 Page: 1 of 10
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PAULS VALLEY DEMOCRAT
PAULS VALLEY, GARVIN COUNTY, OKLA., JAN. 12, 1911.
Say! Mr. New Year! Lest You Forget, Take Robinson High Ball. All Druggists. 25 cents.
The county officers assumed the
duties of their positions Monday. A
full account of them and their dep-
uties will be given in the Democrat
The only appointments named by
the various officers to date are as fol-
J. S. Schlax oi Wynnewood, office
Dave Labaugh of Stratford, Jailer.
DEPUTY COUNTY CLERK
Arch Brooks of Wynnewood.
ASSISTANT COUNTY ATTORNEY
Wayne H. Lasater of Pauls Valley.
DEPUTY COUNTY TKEASURER
L. Z. Ashurst of Wallville.
CLERK COUNTY COURT
Miss Vera A. Wignall.
(The two last named to be appoint-
ed by the County Judge.)
ASSISTANT COUNTY SUPERINTEND-
Miss Jeannette Jordan.
deputy district clerk
Miss Susie F. Johnson.
Miu Flossie B. Stalder.
Dunn to Leave
Having accepted a profitable
position in a neighboring town,
1 have sold my supply buisnesH
in Pauls Valley to the Chicka-
sha Electrical Supply Co. This
firm is incorporated and carry
the largest electrical stock of
supplies in the state and are in
every way worthy of the sup-
port and confidence that the cit-
izens have given the Washita
Before you contract for any
electrical work I trust that you
•will give Mr. S. D. Phillips, the
manager, a chance to figure on
Thanking the citizens for
their past patronage and trust-
ing that you will continue to
patronize the Washita Electric
Supply Co. I am
J. L. Dunn.
Married in Kansas City
Pawnee, Okla., Jan. 2.—Con-
gressman bird S. McGuire of
this the First Oklahoma district,
was married at 4 o'clock th s
afternoon in Kansas City to Mrs.
Ruby R. Machette, at the home
of her i>arents, Prof, and Mrs.
Joseph T. Ridgway, 803 East
Forty-seventh street. The wed-
ding was a very quiet event, on-
ly a few of the intimate friends
of the bride being present. Mr.
and Mrs. McGuire left immedi
ately for the East and will reach
Washington the latter part of
Mrs. Machette was Congress-
man McCuire's committee clerk
in Washington during the past
two years and had the distinc-
tion of being the only woman
committee clerk in congress.
Jess Rogers returned Monday
from Richmond, Ind., where he
has been some time, visiting.
Mr. Rogers stole a march on his
friends and was quietly married
while there, on the 27th of De-
cember, to Miss Augusta Sie-
weke of that city. Mrs. Rogers
will join her husband here about
the hist of March and will make
this their home. We are in-
formed that Mr. Rogers will open
another meat market in the
near future in the building va-
cated by the Yale theatre a few-
The Baptist Ladies Aid Soci-
ety has secured as the second
number of their lyceum course
the Quaker Male Quartette.
This is endorsed by the press of
the nation as among the finest
entertainments on the American
platform platform today. They
are dated to appear *t the opera
house here under the auspices
of the above society on the 14th
The public installation of the
Eastern Star officers, for which
invitations were out on the first
of January, took place last Fri.
day night before<a large and ap-
preciative gathering. The cer
emonies were grand and well
carried out. A spread was had
after the installation. Our so-
ciety editor failed to show up
this week and for this reason
the Democrat is unable to give
a full and detailed roport of this
elaborate and much looked-for
Rumbles of the coming April elec-
tion for city officers are already being
A mayor, city attorney, city marshal,
police judge and eight aldermen are
to be elected.
The reporter has been informed that
neither Mayor Hightower nor City
Clerk Wettermark will stand for re-
election. We have heard no name
mentioned as the mayor's probable
successor, but that the office of city
clerk will not go begging for good rot
terial is presaged by the fact that
Messrs. Rus Mitchell and Mac Wil-
liamson, two of the most highly es
teemed young men of the city, are
prospective candidates, we are in-
It is also reported probable that Joe
Hughes will make the race for city
marshal against J. K. Roberts, the
Messrs. Monroe Osborne, present
city attorney by appointment of the
city council to succeed Hon. Jno. M.
Stanley, now county attorney, and Bob
Wallace, who represented this county
in the last legislature, will likely con-
tend with each other for the honors
and emoluments of the city attorney's
The place of police Judge will be
sought bv Judge T. L. Kendall, the
present incumbent. We have heard
of no candidate against him.
We have heard nothing said about
the positions as aldermen.
On last Sunday evening at 9 o'clock
sharp Mr. Will Burks of Maysville and
Miss Mattie Grant were quietly mar-
ried at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fro-
man Grant. The groom-elect was for-
merly one of Pauls Valley's most
highly esteemed young men, and the
bride is the beautiful daughter of the
late Mr. Calvin Grant, one of the old-
time and honored citizens of the
While the marriage did not come
altogether rs a surprise, as it had been
talked of for quite awhile, yet it was a
surprise to a great many.
Mr. Tom Connor sang "0, Promise
Me" in a very touching manner, and
Mendelsohn's "Wedding March" was
rendered by Miss Maud Witten. The
attendants Were Tom Connor and Miss
Nora Grant, Will Wilson and Miss Viv
ian Garvin, Earl Witten and Miss Row
Rev. Pitts of the Presbyterian
Church performed the impressive cer
emony which made the twain man and
wife. The bride was dressed in a
gorgeous gown of white satin and
spangled net. Never did she look
more beautiful than on this most
solemn and eventful occasion.
It was strictly a quiet affair as no one
except the immediate family relatives
Just as the clock struch twelve all
repaired to the handsome dinningroemi
which was decorated in ferns and
beautiful carnations for the occasion.
A delicious supper was served. Mrs.
Froman Grant sustaining her reputation
as a gracious and charming hostess.
They all sat around until train time
when the Bride and Groom were hur-
ried away to the station .in an automo
bile to catch the 3:10 train for Okla-
homa City, and while departing were
showersd wtth an unlimited amount of
rice and shoes etc.
We wish a long, happy and pros
perous life for the newly wedded
Gel the habit. Hamly is going.
Refunding Bond Issue
Perhaps the most irupottant
step taken by ihe menu, rs <>f
the new Commissioner'' Court
which began its work Tuesday
was its resolution to issue about
$50000.00 of refunding bonds to
pay Garvin County's outstand-
ing current account indebted-
The bonds were contracted for
sale and will be issued as soon as
legal formalite8 can be complied
with and w ithin 60 days war-
rants, is believed, can be issued
and paid at par for present out-
Get the habit. Hamly is going.
Coming, January 11th, tho
original Quaker Male Quartette.
LIVER HAPPY PILLS
TO OUR FRIENDS.
With pleasure we announce to you that we are connected with the Freeman-Sipes Co. and shall be glad to meet
and welcome you as customers of this big store. That we shall be yery glad to see you, is well understood, but
we wish to assure you that it will be our pleasure to serve you to the very best of our ability. Hoping that this
year, 1911, may be the best year of your life, we are, Very truly,
mr. AND MRS. NAT PARHAM.
We Want to Sell You
WATCH US! $150,000.00 cash business for the year 1911 is our mark
The FREEMAN-SIPES CO.,
The Place to Buy
Good Goods Cheap.
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Lasater, Wayne H. Pauls Valley Democrat. (Pauls Valley, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 12, 1911, newspaper, January 12, 1911; Pauls Valley, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc118345/m1/1/: accessed September 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.