The Canadian Valley News. (Jones City, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, November 18, 1904 Page: 1 of 4
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OFFICIAL PAl'EK OF OKLAHOMA COI NTV.
THE CANADIAN VALLEY NEWS
THK ONLY PAPER IN OKLAHOMA THAT DAKKS TO PK1NT THK NKWS,
JONES CITY. OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 18, 1904.
From Nov. 21st Until January ist
we will Sell for Cash.
We have carried you for eleven long months, urn) many
for a longer time, and now we ask that you pay us cash for one \
month for all your purchases of us. It is getting late in the
season and we want to clean up all outstanding notes and ac-
counts. We need the money. We don't care if you are worth
ten thousand dollars, it don't help us any if we can't use the
money when we need it. We don't believe we have a name on
our books but what is good and will pay, and to make this asser-
tion good we kindly ask that every one knowing themselves in-
debted to us will come in and make settlement with us in the
next ten days. Many w-ho needed help all the year came to us
and got what they wanted. Now we need money; will you be as
good to us as we have lieen to you? Kindly think this matter
over. So doubt many will say, "I haven't got the money and
can't pay now." We were in the same lix when you wanted
something to eat.. We didn't have the money to carry you on,
but we borrowed it. Will you do as much for us as we have
done for you?
All who respond to this request will not be forgotten—
neither will those be forgotten who pay no attention to this
Mitch For Register, Receiv-
ed the Largest Ma-
The News' Pencil Pushers
Tell What is Go-
CHARLES fiOKEY IS ELECTED BY TE*
MANY NEIGHBORHOODS HEARD FROM
Ths Republican® Claim that Oklahoma
County is Now Itsptiblisan--
The county election board Satur-
day concluded it* canvas of the bal
lot« cast at the recent election. The
final count gives Mitcli, democratic
candidate for register, a plurality of
i H66 votes over his opponents. Hays,
republican candidate for county at-
torney, secured a plurality of 81,
while Gokey, republican candidate
for commissioner, was elected by a
plurality of ten votes:
Following are the results:
For Congress: Vote
McGuire, rep H,448
Mathews, dein 3,727
Staughen, pop 29
Brown, prohi 62
Loudermilk, soc 245
Councilman, 4th district:
Threadgill, rep 3.847
Robertson, deiu 3,317
Lock wood, soc 237
Representative, 7th district:
Ham, rep 2.712
Fuller, dem 2,1133
Marble, soc 181
Harper, rep 3.841
Dilley, dem 3,312
County Attorney .
Hays, jep. 3.015
Subscribe for The News and keep
Noah Proctor has built an addit-
iou to his house.
Charles Kennedy was able to come 1
up town Monday.
Doe Weldon, the barber, lias gone
to—nobody knows where.
Billy Glel>er and Wesley Wood
left Sunday evening for the World's
Mrs. S. M. Truax of Spring Hill
spent. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mrs. Keyes does not improve very Th# News' Staff of Correspondent*
touch and the doctors have little Tall The Happening* of Th«lr
hopes of her recovery. N.i.hborhood.
The lau'st up-to-date Surgical work !
doue. When in need of it see us.— i Spring Hill Notes
l)rs. Linthlcmn 4- Downs. I >)rg |> \ jjortnan visited al C.
Mrs. Morrison hat returned to her ftrmyuin s Friday night and at.
home at Neodesha. Kansas, after a I U'leled the box supper
visit here with her sister, Mrs. Kd Little Floyd Truax is sta\ inn ,v"l>
Cooley. i ''is xrandpareuta, Mr ami Mm Faine
, ' . „ . . and attending school.
WW TV! , Miss Beatrice Norman visited her
day upon the charge of disposing of j k, 8lltlir(Uly Sllmi,lv
mortgaged property. The complaint, Tht. ,upp,r WH1I 1|lliu. ;l ml(>.
was (lied by A. .1. Bngel. («an. There was a largi', well -liehav-
'•Quick Sales." "8pot Cash" and ed crowd present and they s|KMit
4 'Small Profits" are the order of the j enjoyable evening. Proceeds from
day at Houghton Bros., No. 119 the ltoxes $19.10, from the cake
This week ill our
Dry Goods Department.
Good Work Shirt* for 40c
Misses' I nion Suits for 40c
Ladies' Pnion Suits for 75c
Boys' Union Suits for 40e
Men's (Jnderahirts, fleeced, 45c
Men's Drawers, fleeced, 4.V
Men's Wool I'ndersufts, ti.3ft to
' Saimiac Steam-proof Calf Gloves, 75c
value, price 50e
Calfskin Mittens, lined, extra value, 50c
Children's Mitts, 2." c
We have a big line of Men's and Boys' Hats, 50c to $3.50
Blankets at Surprisingly Low Prices, 40e to $3.50 per pair
You can save money by trading with us during our CASH
Campbell, dem 3,534
Leach, rep 3,504
Garrison, dem 3,672
Hayes, soc 225
Blackburn, rep 3,651
B<Kline, dem 3,401
Calhoun, soc... 225
Braniger, rep 3.377
Klein, dem 3,717
Lewis, soc 215
510 BATCH OP
Happenings in the Best
County in Oklahoma
Mrs. S. W. Scott of Barron, Wis.,
has purchased property at Kdmoud
and will locate there.
of casing. The well is now down
six hundred feet and there are good j
indications for oil.
R. M. Pendleton and Miss Oliie j
Robinson, both of Dickson, have
been united in marriage.
Don l come back from Oklahoma
City until you see Houghton Broth-
ers immense stock of Clothing and
Shoes. They are liberal people to
A. E. Kills, postmaster at Wheat-
land, died Monday afternoon, follow-
ing a surgical operation resorted to
in the hope of relieving the patient
The Daughters of Oklahoma, a j of intestinal stricture.
social organization of Luther, have
organized a brass band.
Free use of text books at the
Southwestern Business University of
Okla. City.—Big saving. Write for
The Rcltekah lodge at Kdmond is
enjoying a nice growth. Hardly a
meeting night passes but what some
candidate is initiated.
When you go to Oklahoma City
go in and see Houghton Bros., No.
1111 ti rand Ave. They will save
you money on Clothing, Shoes and
The presiding elder of this Meth-
odist district has offered to locate a
minister at Luther if the people there
will furnish a suitable parsonage and
pledge $100 per year for the sup|>ort
of the pastor.
A majority of the citizens of Lu-
ther have signed a petition praying
the county commissioners to order
an election for the purpose of decid-
ing whether or not that town shall
Drilling at the oil well at Arcadia
fr:ts been stopped again on account
of the inability to get the shipment
While a Miss Davidson of Britton
was riding a pony the other evening
the horse became frightened and
started to run. The young lady-
jumped off and was so bkdly bruised
up that she has siuce been confined
to her home.
The following are the township
officers elected in Deep Fork towu-
ship: H. K. Ruble, trustee; George
Collins, treasurer; John Stalks,clerk;
Justice of the Peace, Wm. M. Lewis
and Willis Noel: Constables, Ed Mc-
Minimy and Cbas. Crabtree.
The following ticket, all republi-
cans, was elected in Luther town
Ragland, rep 3,484
Whistler, d«m 3,640
Laskey, soc 210
Messenbaugh, rep.. .. 3,742
Satterfield, dem 3,283
Dean, soc 221
Thurmond, rep 3,555
Crawford, dem 3,443
Courtney, rep .3,618
Niles, dem 3,490
Representative, 8th district:
Gaymon, rep 826
Brown, dem 545
Jones, soc 43
Commissioner, 1st district:
Gokey. rep 026
Ramsey, dem 016
Schuler, sue 63
Commissioner, 2d district:
Comp, rep 822
Lynch, dem 869
('arson, soc 41
Commissioner, 3rd district:
Overholser, rep 1,803
Stearley, dem 1,775
Pel ton, soc 05
(irand Ave., Oklahoma City.
Chnrles Gokey, commissioner-elect
from the first district, wishes to
thank both the republicans and dem-
ocrats of the district for their sup-
There will be a Thanksgiving en-
tertainment and pie supper at the
Harmony s shool house next Wednes
day, for the benefit of the school li-
The grand jury found three bills
against A. M. Bcckerdite, formerly
Frisco agent at Jones who was ar-
rested in June on the charge of em-
The following ofHcere were elected
in Choctaw township: Trustee, J.T.
Osbtiru; Treasurer, W. S. Deal ; Clerk,
.las. Spears; Justices of the Peace,
J. W. McCamey, J. L. Robertson;
Constables; E. \V. Compton, J. B.
Rev. J. J. Thoftipsou, of Oklaho-
ma City, superintendent of the terri-
torial anti-saloon league, delivered
an address at the Presbyterian church
Sunday night. The league is work-
ing to have a prohibition clause in-
serted iu the enabling act.
Sheriff-elect G. W. Garrison is in
receipt of about a hundred letters
from persons in various parts of the
county, applying for appointments in
his service. Every man sets forth
strongly that, but that for his heroic
work. Mr. Garrison would have sure-
ly been defeated. Mr. Garrison is
not yet ready to announce his ap-
Work on the construction of the
| Oklahoma county court house, which
i will lie one of the handsomest, stone
*28 j structures in the territory, has been
j al a standstill for several days ow-
$12.75, total $31.85. Miss Mary
Buel took the cake for l>eing the
most popular young lady. Every
one felt sorry for the little school
school boys who were so anxious for
the cake for their teacher. If they
study as bard this winter as they
worked for the cake then1 will be
some good work done in our school.
Hermau Truax is home again.
A. V. Paine's team ran away
Thursday, running into the deep
draw east of their house and break-
ing the wagon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward and Ulah at-
tended church uear Kduiond Satur
day and Sunday.
Tom Kennedy met with a painful
accident last Thursday. He got his
hand caught iu the. well drill, cutting
and mashing three of his fingers
W. A. Jones and wife of Jones
City spent Sunday atC. W.Grayutn's.
Wiley Canada and family visited
R. L. Canada at Luther, Sunday.
There was singing Sunday and
Wednesday nights at Wiley Canada's.
Ray and ('laud Mooney of Waton-
ga, are s|M*ndlng a few days with
their brothers and sister, Mrs. John
Our Sunday school has been reor-
ganized with the following officers
and teachers: Superintendent, C. W.
Grayum; assistant superintendent,
Miss Clara Wood; Secretary, Miss
Eva Grayum; Infant class, Miss Nor-
man; ('lass No. 2, Clara Wood;Class
No. 3, Mrs. Nettie Wood; Bible class.
Bert Coder was thrown from a
horse the other day and cut his hand
in the same place it was cut last
Meat, dry salt extra, lie
Meat, dry salt, Oe
Beans, 25 lbs for $1.00
Sugar, 18 lbs for $1.00
Pure Hog Lard, 11c per lb
We don't handle cotton wed lard
Come iu and get 35 lbs Rice for ti.00
We have that good Baking Powder. "The Calumet"
You will lose money money ou your cash purchases unless
you call on us before buying ami get our prices
Itemeiul>er, a dollar spent at our store mav save you money.
Study the1 above prices. Don't In4 led by the nose. Break
loose and see what you can do at our store
Trade with the merchant who lives in your towu and helps
to build it up
We went to Sunday school once upon a time and learned to
give true weights and full yards in measure
We will make a s|>ecial price oil Sugar of 0 lbs for 50c for
cash. Our competitors advertise 10 His sugar $1.00. They give
you 7.J lbs for 50c. See!
The above prices are for cash only
Yo\irs For Trade,
L. C. STONE,
Jones City, O. T.
s|>ent Saturday evening very pleas-
antly with Mr. and Mrs. Tiller.
Mrs. W. H. Dimmick and Miss
Amy spent Saturday night and Sun
I Ing to delay in the arrival of the ar- Amy s| eui Baturelay night ami t
a84 chitectural steel, which, however, | day at the home of Mr. and Mrs
will probably arrive this week. J. Ooodln.
i Great quantities of the building stone ( :l,K' Prftnk Benson mov-1
I is arriving daily, however, and as 'd on Monday
to the W. A.
work will progress rapidly.
EreII Knowls has been picking cot-
ton for Mr. Perkins.
Lewis Wilson has moved to Gene
Mrs. Lcgg was the guest of Mrs.
Mr. Boudc has returned from Nor-
man, where he has been organizing a
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Legg attended
services at the 7 C school house last
Mrs. Witzel, who was taken to the)
hospital at Oklahoma City, is report- j
Jones I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nichols
turned to McLoud after a short visit j Smiley.
! A dinner was on the ground and
j cry body went away rejoicing.
Robert j I arris lias resigned the of-
fice of bachelor. Ids wife having re-
J. F. Moore has received a letter
from his father, who will soon leave
Alabama for Oklahoma.
School has begun at Douglas.
Mrs. Callie Nichols made a short
visit to her daughter, Mrs. Dela
Roy Faine attended the marriage
of Mr. Howard Morris and Miss Cyn-
thia Atkin, <m upper Deep Fork.
Dink Warren has rented Mr. J.W.
Ewen's place for another year,
re- | C. W. Rogers will work with Sandy
soon as the steel gets in construction ^arm wllt,re t',e.V Hve during tin u ^ i
com ing season. wim un panut , r. .
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Strader visit-1 huru.
While crossing the ford near the
Higbee school house on Chisholin
creek one day last week Mr. and Mrs
W. S. Ruinsey were thrown from the
wagon iuto the creek nhd both were
Trustee, Wm. Dial; treasurer, | injured, the latter quite seriously.
Baer; Clerk. J. J. Johnson; j She has a bad cut on the side of her
Justices of the Peace, C. C. Mc-j head, supposed to lie from a comb
Murphy, Joe Dunn ; Constables, J. j that she wore in her hair. There is j medicines, none of which relieved
T. Taylor, Wm. S. Jackson. | u hole to one side of the crossing and , niH> one <iav I saw an ad of vour
Albert Boise, a native of Turkey, j the wheel dropped into this, throw- , Kleetric Bitters and determined to
who for the past eight years has re- ing the seat off and the occupants try that. After taking a few doses
sided iu the United States, returned j into the water. Mr. Ruinsey had I I f««lt relieved, amj soon thereafter
last Sunday from a trip to his native ; the baby in her arms but it escaped WH8 entirely cured, mid have not
We are here to stay, have bought ed at \ . NN
property here. Our interests are Mrs. Ray Stewart spent Saturday
among you. We are ready to stand ! and Sunday at the home of her uu-
hy what we say in every respect. If ele. \\ m. Stewart of Jones City,
we can cure vou we say so, if not, I Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Youtsey visit-
we will tell you the truth. We doled home folks Sunday.
not intend to humbug you or work' Edgar Youtsey, Kd Fuller
for nothing. We make a specialty Hurley Myers were Sunday callers at
of diseases of women and children , the home of '1. J. Goodin.
and are prepared to treat every dis- !
ease the human body is heir to. Call : Harmony Items
and see us. — I>rs. Li nth leu m Miss Pearl Fall is staying with her
Frisco System toOuthrie
Two Train* Dally
The Capital of Oklahoma is i
Not a Sick Day Since
'•I was taken severely sick with
kidney trouble. I tried all sorts of
Too I Ale Kor I<a*i woulc.
Mrs. Nora Hanson visited with her] reached via the Frisco System 'i :i(l
mother, Mrs. Wm. Taylor, Sunday. |). ni. train from St. Louis the 1U 4M
Miss tier!rude Johnson spent Sun-! a. in. train from Kansas City, arrive
andIday with Gertrude Lindsay. Miss in Guthrie 8:05 a. tu., 1(1:00 p. in.
Johnson returned Tuesday to her train frum St. Louis; the 11:30 p.in.
home in Shawnee. iruin from Kansas City arrives 8:1.1
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cooper re- p. m. The return service to North
turned Sunday from the fair. i and Kast is equally convenient.
Mrs. Camp, Miss Amanda Fleteli- On this new line of rail way, thirty-
er and llieir brother Jim, went to eight miles distant from Chanler, 1 lis
sister, Mrs. Albert Couch at Luther. I Uu. city Tm. (lBv.
John Lcgg of Shawnee was visiting J^utbur (joyer ate supper with
his parents last week. | |,ind«uy Sunday evening.
Miss Ethel Tiller is sick. 1 ^||(! |HIX 8U|,^.r ,,t Mount Carmel
Opie Ostein, who has lieen picking j Wednesday night was a great sue-
cotton at Wellston, returned to Mr.
Mr. and Mi's. Tiller willed on Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Fiunell Friday even-
>. - n - , .■ , - Will Lcgg and wif« an conu-in
home ut Seria Turkey, where he was injury. Mr. Kunisey had a hard time a sick ,lay since. Neighbors of | p|ttting moving to Shawnee.
married, liis wife, and also Alex I in rescuing them from a watery Injnc have been cured of rheuma p'uli had a load of cotUm stol-
Loman's little sou Aumine, returning j grave. : tism, neuralgia, liver and kidney eu (?) ^l(. other day.
troubles aud general debility." This! yjr alJ,l Mrs. W' S. Finnell and
Misses Bessie and Verna Osburn
with him. They are guests of Jacob
Loman and family.—Luther Regis-
11/ Your Business Appreciated, No Matter How W
jjj Small. J}
J. S. ALEXANDER. Pre#. E. M. JOHNSON, Vice Pre*. C.J. ALEXANDER. Cashier
BANK o/ SPENCER.
Loans Money on Plenty of Good Chattels.
Beat Liniment on Earth
j Henry I). Baldwin. Supt. City
| Water Works. Shullsburg, Wis.
writes: 4II have tried many ki :«'s
I of liniment, but I have never receiv-
ed much Inmeflt uutil I use Ballard's
! Snow Liniment for rheumatism and
| pains. 1 think it the best liniment
ion earth." 25c, 50c, $1.
is what B. F. Bass, of Fremont, N.
C., writes. Only 50c at the Stone
Miss Milla Wilson and mother
from McLoud visited in this vicinity
Douglas City Newt.
Uolored People'* Colli
oiiductmi b) J. K.
The rally giveu at the Salem Bap-
tist church was a most grand atfair.
The proceeds amounted to $44.05.
following stations are located,
Lowe, I>udley, Merrick, Iconium ami
Taylor. The extension opens a new
Held in fertile Oklahoma, ottering
golden opportunities to those seeking
homes or investment.
In purchasing tickets, avail your-
self of the shortest ami quickest mute
from St. Louis or Kausas City—•
We want to buy wtiod, any aud alj
kinds. Enquire at ollice C. V.
Downs, M. U.
Intending visitors to St. Louis dur-
ing the World's Fair can assure
themselves satisfactory rooming ac-
Sola by . c0UluuK|uti0|,H through the Merchants
Service (Joinpanv at a nominal ex-j
I I peiisc. For particulars apply to the i
| To Our Friends of the County | ue rest Frisco System Agent.
! We wish to publicly thauk the
people of the COUUty, lx>th Reptlbli Nauralgl* Pains
1 cans aud Democrats, for their loyal Rheumatism, lumbago, and sciatic
! support of the man who they desir-! pains yield to the penetrating inH
led for their county superintendent, ence of Ballard's Snow Liniment. |
| aud especially those of his home | It penetrates to the nerves and bone 1
townships. Portkk Raolaxu. aud lieiog absorbed into the blood,
A. T. Raoland. j its healing properties are conveyed j
. , to every part of the body, and effect j
Cottonwood lumber for sale,—See . some wonderful cures. ^5c, 50c, |
•Inclf B'fijietf, 'ti. SoJ'J by .*• WJP' Pharmacy,
V. S. STONE. Preslden
S. J. GRAHAM. Vice Prealdan
L. C. STONE. Cashier.
THE BANK OF JONES,
OF JONES CITY. O. T
CAPITAL.. #5, HHMH>.
Burglar Proof. Double Time Lock Safe.
TransaeU a General Hanking Business. Loans. Collections. Accounts of Finns, t.or|>oratioos aud
Farmers respectfully solicited. Interest Paid 011 1'irae deposits.
Vlentt or Money to Ixun on Isipaoveti IUal Bstat(. Best Teams ami tiis Ve*t Lowest Hates.
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Keyes, Chester A. The Canadian Valley News. (Jones City, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, November 18, 1904, newspaper, November 18, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc87679/m1/1/: accessed May 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.