The Canadian Valley News. (Jones City, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 3, Ed. 1 Friday, June 3, 1910 Page: 1 of 4
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Every Voter in this County Should Take Pride in Going to the Polls on the 11th and Casting His Vote for Oklahoma City for the State Capital
the CANADIAN VALLEY NEWS.
THE ONLY PAPER IN OKLAHOMA THAT DARES TO PRINT THE NEWS.
JONES CITY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY. JUNE 3, 1910.
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SOME COUNTY NEWS
FRESH AND CRISP
Sam Hooker, judge of the county
court, will be a candidate for the
democratic nomination for County
The Polish people will hold a big
picnic at Harrah on July 4th.
John Struthouse, who has been
visiting with the Frisbie family at
Choctaw, has returned to his home
Edmond Enterprise: “J. H. Hob-
son, a prominent farmer west of
town died Saturday. He leaves a
wife aud several children, who have
the sympathy of all. Burial was at
Whisler church in Deer Creek ”
A daughter has been born to Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Shultz near Choc-
There will be a Sunday school con-
vention at the Oak Hill school house
near Choctaw. There ^ill also be a
basket dinner. Everybody invited.
Mrs. J. W. Smith of Choctaw is
enjoying a visit from her daughter,
Mrs. Wilson, who lives at Hunting-
Dr. Miller, the Painless Dentist,
who has visited our city, is now per-
manently located in Booms 324-326
Baum Bldg., Oklahoma City, where
lie will be glad to see all his old pa-
tients. All bills of ten dollars or
over, carfare paid one way. All
work guaranteed. 51
It is reported at Choctaw that the
interurbau people are negotiatiug
with the Rock Island railroad for the
latter’s track between that town aud
Dixon, over which to run the trac-
tion cars. If the deal goes through
the Bock Island will take another
route in order to avoid a big cut.
Mound City “Horse Shoe” Brand
House Paint is good Paint. Good
painters recommend it. Davidson
& Case Lumber Co.
Luther Register: “Billy Babb,
our popular blacksmith, locked up
his shop, put on a clean collar, and
hustled off to the depot Saturday
evening. He went back to old Miz-
zoo and returned Tuesday morning
with a young and handsome occu-
pant for the new house. The bride
was Miss Ida Pack of Conway,
Missouri, and is well known to some
of the people of Luther.”
There were 68 new cases filed in
the district court in May, the major-
ity of them being suits for personal
Mrs. W. II. Lively of Luther was
called to Waverly, Kansas, on ac-
count of the serious illness of her
During the month of May there
were 110 marriage licenses issued in
Take your laundry to Ed Sharp,
NEWS FROM EDMOND!
From The Sun.
Mrs. E. C. Harlow, who visited
for a few days with her husband at
Shawnee, returned to Edmond Tues-
day night. Mr. Harlow accompan-
ied her to this city and remained a
couple of days.
At the meeting of the State Bill
Posters’ association, held in Oklaho-
ma City last week, H. F. Burks of
this city was elected vice president.
0. N. Weiser came over from
Hartshorne and spent Sunday and
Monday with his family here.
B. F. Moore, a prominent real es-
tate dealer of Sherman, Tex., and
B. N. Hamilton of Oklahoma City,
are visiting Dr. Thurman and family.
Mr. Moore is an old school mate of
At the home of the bride’s par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Mason,
nine miles northeast of Edmond, on
Monday, May 16, occurred the mar-
riage of their daughter, Miss Pearl,
to Philip M. Boon, Rev. Henry of-
THE LATEST DOIN'S,
Mrs. Joe Wibel and children ar
rived Tuesday from Texas for a vis-
it with Mr. and Mrs. Fran* Malone.
The Wibles formerly lived in Jones,
William McMullen has been at
Claremore this week taking the
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Clark, who
were here several days last week
visiting their relatives—the Strader.
Goodwin and McEwen families—left
Monday morning for a brief trip
through Missouri, before returning
to their home at Waunka, Okla.
T. J. Goodin is still on the sick
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Douglas leave
this week for Hutchinson, Kansas,
aud other points in that state, where
they will visit relatives and friends.
Mrs Maud Benson has been quite
sick with measles.
A. W. Deal and family moved to
the farm Tuesday, where they will
remain until after the fruit crop is
Every voter in this county should
go to the polls on the lltli and vote
for Oklahoma City for the state cap-
ital. Anything we can do to help
Oklahoma City will come back to us
as a benefit, directly or indirectly.
This warm weather is making the
crops hump themselves. This year
promises to be a banner one in the
history of the country, and that is
saying a great deal.
Rev. B. H. Kiper, pastor of the
M. E. church, administered the rite
of baptism to four candidates, at the
lake just east of Jones, last Sunday
afternoon. Those receiving the rite
were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nichols,
Frank Parsons and Mr. Fox.
R. J. Conneway is here from Or-
lando this week in charge of the
Bank of Jones during the absence of
Mr. Edmundson in Kansas.
Mrs. II. J. Cheuvroiit, east of
town, has been quite sick.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gokey expect
to get moved into their new home
this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Rockwood will move to their prop-
erty which will be vacated by the
Gokeys, aud Mr. aud Mrs. Charles
Malone will occupy the property now
occupied by the Rockwoods.
BATCH OF NEWSLETS
FROM ARCADIA TOWN
Special to The Canadian Valley News,
Arcadia, May 31—Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Ballou came over from Edmond
Saturday to visit a few days with her
parents Mr. nnd Mrs. T. H. Mont-
Mr. Bert Deal from Jones spent
Sunday in Arcadia visiting with his
brother, John Deal.
Mrs. C. W. Maddux left last week
to visit with her mother at Kansas
Miss Lola Dawson left Friday to
visit friends at Edmond for a few
Mr. Clyde Dowell spent Sunday
with friends at Britton.
Mr. Carl Fiuch and family from
Luthei spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Crabb.
A. J. Lynn from Luther was call-
ing on friends here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchell came
out from the city and spent Sunday
with Jndge J. J. Mitchell.
C. P. Crabtree, deputy sheriff, was
at Luther transacting business.
MUST HAVE WHISKERS
CUT ON WEEK DAY
Patrons of the barber shop in
Jones City will from now on get
their work done on Saturday or wait
until Monday, as Mr. Sharp has de-
cided to not open on Sundays here-
after. He thinks he does enough
work through the week, and should
be allowed a rest on Sunday. We
think so too.
FRUIT GROWERS MEET
AND ELECT OFFICERS
The fruit growers around Jones
City met at the town hall last Satur-
day afternoon and organized an as-
sociation to be known as the Jones
City Fruit Growers’ Association.
Albert Crawford was elected as pres-
ident; A. W. Deal as secretary, and
W. P. Loyd as treasurer. A selling
committee was also elected, consist-
ing of the three officers named above,
who will find the best market for the
All the growers are enthusiastic
over the prospect for a bumper crop,
many of them believing there will be
at least three times as much fruit
shipped from this point as has been
shipped in any previous year.
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IS TO ORGANIZE
The Republicans of SpriugerTown
ship are hereby called to meet at
Jones City at 2 o’clock, p. m., Satur-
day. June 11, for the purpose of or-
ganizing a Republican Club, and for
the further purpose of electing dele-
gates to the County Convention at
Oklahoma City June 13.
Chester A. Keyes,
Lost, Sunday evening, between 70
and Red 'Top, a pair of Men’s brown
gloves. Finder please return to Will
Mrs. James Beaty was down from
the city a few days visiting her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gokey.
We are here for business and want a share of patronage; and
expect to merit it by giving best values for your money, and by
prompt and courteous service.
We have a nice clean stock of best grade Lumber, Moulding,
Buttons, and also carry Doors, Windows, Glass, Building Paper,
Paint, Coal Tar, Lime, Portland Cement, Plastei, Screen Doors,
Screen Wire, Builders’ Hardware. Brick, and Piedmont Black-
If you have a house or barn bill to estimate, bring it to us.
If it is only a pound of nails or a window light you want, you
will be just as welcome at our yard. And if you are not need-
ing anything in our line, come around anyway, and let’s get
Always pleased to answer inquiries.
MATLAGK ASPIRES TO
To the Voters of Oklahoma County:
I hereby announce to the public
that I am a candidate for the nomi-
DAVIDSON & CASE LUMBER CO.
S. G JOHNSON, Manager.
UEOttOE A. MATLACK.
nation for Judge of the County
Court on the Democratic ticket, at
the coming primary election, to be
held August 2, ltllo.
If nominated and elected I pledge
my best service to the people of
Oklahoma County by the fair and
impartial conduct of the duties of
the office. The laws of the state are
made by the people and the duties
of Oounty Judges are prescribed by
law. I think the office should he
conducted with rigid economy, and
that public business should be speed-
I have practiced law continuously
since l was admitted to the bar of
the Wells Circuit Court, at Bluffton,
ludiaua, in September, 19ol. For
more than two years I was Deputy
prosecuting attorney of the 28th
Judicial Circuit of the state of Ind-
iana—the only official position I ever
I am the candidate of no man or
set of men, nor of any organization
and will not, if elected, allow out-
side domination over the affairs of
the office. 1 shall select efficient
and qualified assistants, and answer
to the people for every official act.
My record as an official of the stale
of Indiana, and as a citizen and tax-
payer of Oklahoma county is open
for inspection, and I submit that the
moral' tone and legal efficiency of
County Judge demands the most
deliberate judgement of the voters of
of this county.
Gkorue A. Matlack.
Office: 518-19 20 Lee Bldg ,
R. J. CONNEWAY, D. M. BEATY. J. D. EDMUNDSON,
President Vice Pres Cashier X
Call and See
New Soda Fountain!
and try our Cold Drinks.
Ice Cream Soda, Coca Cola, and all the
The City Drug Store
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From The News.
II. C. Stahl, of Bellvue, Ohio, was
here the flrst of the week looking
after business matters.
Capt. DeFord went to Edmond
Sunday, returning Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Notson went
to Salina, Kansas, Wednesday to at-
tend the wedding of Mrs. Notson’s
niece, Miss Ethel Hall. They will
be gone several days. They also
expect to stop off at Wichita and see
Mr. Notson’s father.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Senkowski
were Oklahoma City visitors Mon-
G. A. Munson and family of Okla-
homa City were here the first of the
week visiting his son-in-law and
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ander-
Mrs. J. C. Minor, of Denver, Col-
orado, who has been visiting her
brother, Mr, Barker, and other rela-
tives west of town, left for home on
the ten o’clock train Saturday morn-
Miss Verna Osburn came down
from the city Sunday evening for a
visit with her father, J. T. Osburn,
Postmaster Albright was in Okla-
homa City Monday.
Jim Karns made a business trip
to Oklahoma City Monday.
Keep The King at Home
1 ‘For the past year we have kept
the King of all lexatives—Dr. King’s
New Life Pills—-in our home and
they have proved a blessing to all
our family,’ writes Paul Mathulka,
of Buffalo, N. Y. Easy, but sure
remedy for all stomach, liver and
kidney troubles. Only 25c at all
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Keyes, Chester A. The Canadian Valley News. (Jones City, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 3, Ed. 1 Friday, June 3, 1910, newspaper, June 3, 1910; Jones, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc860296/m1/1/: accessed January 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.