The Choctaw Herald. (Hugo, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 1, 1912 Page: 1 of 4
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THE CHOCTAW HERALD.
Hugo. Oklahoma. Thursday, August 1. 1912
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I Hugo Society Notes, f
By Mrs. M. L. Dudley. Phone 486 J
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Miss Bruckeen Honor Guest—Miss Fay Mus-
grove delightfully entertained at her home on
Jefferson street Saturday afternoon with Bunco
in honor of Miss Virginia Brackeen of Com-
merce, Texas. The prize, a pretty fan, was won
by Miss Elizabeth Johnson. Miss Lucile Dickson
won the consolation prize, which was a wish
bone. An ice course was served the following:
Misses Rose Wallace, Catherine Cornelius of
Antlers, Virginia Downs, Helen Kline, Estelle
Trapp, Winnie Springs, Gene Austin, Lily
Franne, Jennie McDonald, Faye Glenn.
Birthday Breakfast.—Miss Elizabeth Warren
entertained Monday morning at her home on
East Jackson street with a breakfast at seven
o'clock in honor of her tenth birthday anniver-
sary. Games were enjoyed on the grassy lawn
from six until seven, at which time the little
guests were invited to the dining room where a
three course breakfast was served by the host-
ess* mother, assisted by Mesdames Triplett, Allie
Burgar and Edgar Stevens. Pansies were used
for place cards. The young hostess was the re-
cipient of many lovely gifts. At 9 o'clock the
guests departed, wishing their hostess many
happy returns of the day. The guests were
Helen DeWitt, Gladys Bannister, Hettie Lou
Harris, Lois East, Adenia Orme, Aline Hill,
Margaret Bannister, Helen Needham, Margaret
Goldman, Mary Invore, Aline Kelton of Paris,
Josephine Margraves, Rose and Julia Hillhouse,
Auction Bridge Club.—Mrs. Frank Chandler
was a delightful hostess to the Auction Bridge
club on Tuesday afternoon at her home in Frisco
Place. The house was prettily decorated with
verbnias and ferns. Three tables of players
were present and four games were played. Mrs.
John Vaughan, Sr., made high score and receiv-
ed a cut glass violet bowl. At the close of the
game brick ice cream, angel food cake, salted al-
mond and olives were served the following:
Mesdames H. C. McMurtry, Will Durrum, H. A.
Varner, R. D. Wilbor, A. M. Works, D. J. T
German, Arthur Weir, Chester Miller, John
Vaughan, Jr., Claudia Bomford, Clarence Howe
Misses Helen and Ruth Carley Honorees—
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Wilbor Davis delight-
fully entertained in honor of her two young sis
ters, Misses Helen and Ruth Carley of Terrell.
Tex. The house was beautifully decorated with
the season's flowers. Bunco was the game play-
ed and high score was won by Miss Georgia Mc-
Glasson. At the close of the game the hostess
assisted by her sister, Mrs. C. W. Cartwright oJ
Terrell, Tex., served a dainty ice course to the
following: Misses Eleanor Orme, Edith Keller
Georgia McGlasson, Vera Darrough, Gladys
Jones, Mary Ella Margraves, Frankie Harris.
Mrs. Wight Hostess.—Mrs. A. T. Wight elab
orately entertained Monday afternoon at hei
handsome home in Frisco Place with 42 in hon
or of her mother, Mrs. J. M. Bennett, and sister
Mrs. R. C. Payne, both of Terrell, Tex. The
house was artistically decorated, the recepti.or
hall being in yellow and the dining room in pink.
In the receiving line stood the hostess and hei
two house guests and Mrs. F. D. Copping. As the
guests entered they were shown to the dining
room, where refreshing grape juice was server
by two pretty little girls, Mattie Bell Wight arte'
Thelma Payne. The pretty socre cards for five
tables were passed by dainty little Vernada Bel
Payne. Six games were played. Mrs.. Wilboi
Davis in a cut for the prize was successful ane*
was given a beautiful cut glass bowl which she
gracefullypresented to Mrs. Payne. Miss Lucile
Dickson rendered delightful music during the af-
ternoon. At the close of the game delightfu1
brick ice cream and domino cakes were servec'
the following: Mesdames 0. A. Simmons, V
Bronaugh, D. T. Pardue, D. A. Stovall, J. H
Jackson, Jesse Davis, Arthur Weir, Cumby Cart-
wright, Terrel, Tex., Quincy Shelton, H. L
Wright, M. L. Webb, John Vaughan, Jr., Chestei
Miller, H. C. McMurtry, Misses Drumwright
Teague, Tex., Fannie Glenn, Nellie Shelton, Lu
Mrs. Graves Honor Guest.—Monday night
Mrs.Clinton Henry entertained with a theatre
party at the Dixie complimentary to Mrs. Grave;
of Monroe, La. After the show the guests were
taken to Henry's where delicious frozen peach
pudding was served. The guests included Mes
dames G. H. Blaken.v, Will Durrum, D. J. T
German, V. Bronaugh, O. A. Simmons, W. S.
Dean, Julius Ward, Elizabeth Barnes, J H
Pollard, C. W. Cartwright of Terrel, Tex., VVil
bor Davis, D. A. Stovall, D. T. Pardue, C. P
Henry, H. L. Wright, Misses Drumwright oJ
Teague, Tex., Graves, Josephine Henry.
Little Marion Coffin Entertains.—Monday nf
day afternoon little Miss Marion Coffin delight
fully entertained a number of her young friends
in honor of her sixth birthday. The little guests
enjoyed games on the porch after whieh they
were invited to the dining room where the table
was centered with the birthday cake with six
burinig candles, after the cake had been cut by
each little tot, Misses Lucile Sanders and Vir-
ginia Downs assisted Mrs. Coffin in serving de
licious ice cream to the following: Misses Louise
Allen, Josephine Henry, Virginia Dudley, Mary
Potter Wilcox, Marguerite Hally Peoules Fannie
Carpenter, Virginia Hirt.
Miss Bernice Blair Hostess.—Miss Bernice
Blair charmingly entertained Friday evening
complimentary to Miss Catherine Stalling of
Paris. A dainty ice course was served trie fol-
lowing: Misses Faye Glenn, Rose Wallace, Vir-
ginia Downs, Frankie Harris, Fern Hunt, Vir-
ginia Underwood, Mary Ella Margraves, Cath-
erine Cornelius of Antlers, May Steen; Messers.
Leslie Baumgardner, Joe Wolff, Lloyd Simpson,
Tom Grove, Clarence Byrns, Arch Wallou, Gra-
dy Johnson, Ralph Simmons, Wyatt Freeman,
Kemp Johnson, Virgie Tyler.
Returned from Idabel.—Dr. and Mrs. White
and Mrs. M. P. McDonald returned Saturday
night from Idabel where they attended a house
party given by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Griffith
Miss Trice Will Entertain.—Miss Lisbeth
Trice will entertain tonight at the Elks club with
a dance in honor of her visitor, Miss Lina Brown
of Nelson, Okla.
Miss Fern Hunt and Virginia Brackeen
Honorees.—Miss Estelle Trapp was a charming
hostess Wednesday evening at her hoAie on
Crockett street when she gave a pretty party in
honor of Miss Fern Hunt and Miss Virginia
Brackeen of Commerce, Tex. The house was ar-
tistically decorated in sunflowers and ferns. The
evening was spent in games and contests. Miss
Fern Hunt and Mr. Charles Lancaster won high
score. Miss Faye Musgrove served refreshing
punch during the evening. At a late hour a de-
licious ice course was served the following:
Misses Fern Hunt, Virginia Brackeen, Virginia
Downs, Lucile Dickson, Helen Heuberger, Eliz-
abeth Johnson, Messers. Neely Orme, Joe Wolff,
Charles Lancaster, Will Darrough, Harold
Smith, Paul Darrough, Wyatt Freeman, Albert
Falcone—Luton Nuptials.—Sunday evening
at 9 o'clock Mr. Norbert Falcone and Miss Sam-
my Luton were united in marriage at the home
of the bride's brother, Smith Luton. Rev. C. C.
Anderson of the First Presbyterian church of-
ficiated. The bride was a popular young lady
of this city, the groom is a traveling salesman
with headquarters at Fort- Worth, Tex. The
happy couple left immediately after the cere-
mony for Fort Worth, to make their future
Cox--Robinson Wedding—Mr. James Ernest
Cox and Miss Flossie Robinson were united in
marriage Sunday evening at the Presbyterian
parsonage, Rev. C. C. Anderson officiating. The
bride is the charming daughter of Mr. G. H.
Robinson in Laurel Heights. The groom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Cox. He was for-
merly warehouse foreman for the Frisco in this
city, but now is stationed at Ft. Worth, Texas,
where the newly weds will make their future
NOTICE OF SALE.
Pursuant to an order of sale made on the 27th
day of July, 1912, in the matter of the bankrupt
estate of J. F. Ward, a bankrupt, by the Honor-
ible J. W. Harreld, Referee in Bankruptcy, I
will, as trustee of said bankrupt estate, on -the
Slst day of August, 1912, between legal hours,
jffer for sale, at public auction, at the Court-
house door in the City of Hugo, Oklahoma, to the
highest bidder for cash in hand, the following
described property, to-wit:
One acre in the northwest corner of the E 1-2
^f the NW 1-4 of NE 1-4 of Section Twenty-five
(25), Township Six (6) South, Range Eighteen.
Also the following described personal proper-
ty, located upon the said described acre of land,
One boiler and engine, two 70 saw Murray gin
stands, one double press and grist mill pulley,
belt, pipes, and all other equipment belonging to
the gin outfit.
Said property is to be sold free of liens of W.
H. Howard and J. E. Taylor, and the North Tex-
ts Dry Goods Company, a corporation. And I
•hall convey to said purchaser such title as is
vested in me as trustee of the bankrupt estate
D. A. STOVALL,
Trustee of the Estate of J. F.Ward,
Pastor's Wife Dies.
Mrs. Noble, wife of the Rev. James Alfred
Voble, pastor of the First Methodist church of
4ugo, died Monday afternoon after a short ill-
ness of typhoid fever. She had only been sick
a little more than a week, but all hope of her re-
covery had been abandoned for two or three
days. Deceased had only been a resident of the
city for a short time, but had made many friends
by her sweet, Christian womanhood.
Funeral services were held at the First Meth-
odist church Wednesday afternoon, interment
at Mt. Olive cemetery.
J. M. Patterson, wife and son, J. M. Jr., have
returned from a two month's sojourn in the
Rocky mountains, spending a great deal of the
time at Colorado Springs.
Miss Lucile Sanders of Joplin, Mo., is visiting
her aunt, Mrs. T. T. Coffin, in Frisco Place.
Postmaster W. L. Ellis of Soper was In the
city Monday on business.
R. K. Warren for County Attorney.
One of the most important offices within the
ipft of the citizenship of the state of Oklahoma
n that of County Attorney. This is true by rea-
son of the fact that under the constitution and
laws of he state the duty of prosecuting violators
of the state's laws of every form and charactei
is placed upon the shoulders of the county attor-
ney. Hence it is important that the man whe
fills that position should be efficient, capable
well versed in the law, and possessing sufficient
ability to cope with the ablest and best lawyer.'
at the bar. Such a man is Robert K. Warren oj
Fort Towson, who is asking the Democratic
nomination for the office of county attorney o
Choctaw county at the primary to be held nexl
Tuesday. Mr. Warren has been a practicing
attorney for many years, and in addition to hi;
excellent knowledge of the law, he is an oratoi
of marked ability and one of the most forcefu
speakers in Choctaw county. His splendic
knowledge of the criminal laws of the state is an
other meritorious qualification in Bob Warren':
favor. With a man like that in the office o.
county attoreny the prospect of useless and un
necessary prosecutions will be avoided, and a
the same time all guilty offenders may bt
brought to justice. Mr. Warren is a man of ex
cellent morals, and if elected can always bt
found at his post of duty, ready and willing t(
serve the people. He has made a thorough can
vas of the county and now on the eve of the
nominating primary he issues this appeal to his
friends and law abiding citizens to stand firm
and go to the polls and cast their vote for him
That his chances of election are assured is gen-
erally conceded, and his opponents , realizing
this, are resorting to every method known in
petty politics to secure his defeat. For that rea-
son it is important that the people disregard aL
unfavorable repors and ignore any effort tc
form a grame-up in favor of any other candi
date. All votes cast for Mr. Warren will be duly
appreciated by him, and if elected the most scru-
pulous citizen will never have cause to be asham-
ed of their county attorney.— (Political Adv.)
W. P. Huskey for Register of Deeds.
W. P. Huskey for Register of Deeds. H&
I take this method of announcing myself as a
candidate for register of deeds of Choctaw coun
ty, and ask the voters of the county to give me
their consideration at the polls in the primary
and in the general election in November.
I was born in Sevier county, Tennessee, Jul}
16, 1872, and moved with my parents to Mis-
souri when I was quite small, living there until
I was 18 years of age, when I came to Texas
locating at Paris; I worked in and around Paris
for about ten years. I decided that I needed a
better education, so I entered Mahan's Commer-
cial College, at Sherman, Texas, paving my way
by working mornings before school and even
ings after school. Later I attended the West-
ern Normal and Business College at Garland.
Texas, paying my way there as I did in the
I feel that my education will enable me to per-
form the duties of the office of register of deeds
as well as anyone in the county. I am not ask
ing for the office simply for the honor and glory
there is in it, but for the salary as well, and il
elected will devote ALL MY TIME TO THE
PERFORMANCE OF THE DUTIES OF THE
OFFICE. I WILL NOT ASK THE PEOPLE TC
PAY A CLERK'S SALARY IF IT BE POSSI-
BLE FOR ME TO DO THE WORK.
I respectfully ask the people to consider my
claim when they cast their ballot.
Yours for good and efficient sen-ice,
W. P. HUSKEY, Kent, Okla.
J. W. Milam for County Clerk.
In the primary to be held next Tuesday the
voters of Choctaw county will have an oppor
tunity to cast their ballot for one at least whe
has proven his efficiency for the position hi
seeks by his work. That man is J. W. Milam
candidate for re-election to the office of County
Clerk of Choctaw county on the Democratit
ticket. Mr. Milam has served the people of thi;
county in that office since statehood, havinj
been twice elected by the Democratic voters o
the county, and he asks a re-endorsement an<
a re-nomination on next Tuesday solely upon hi.
record as an official and a man, and his super
ior fitness for the place. There is no denying
the fact that in the selection of the officials o
county, fitness and efficiency are the chief es
sentials to be considered, and with his long ex
perience in the office of county clerk. Mr. Milan
has a vast advantage over his opponents. Mr
Milam will appreciate the vote of every man whe
is in favor of rewarding merit, and if elected h(
will, as he has always done, conduct the affair
of the office in a manner that will reflect credi
to himself and the tax payers of Choctav
Well Known Citizen Dead.
J. F. Horton. one of the oldest and best knowi
men of the coutyn, died at his home near the
city Monday. He hod lived in what is now Choc-
taw county for many years and has always been
one of the principal figures in the development
of the county.
Saturday, August 3, is the regular meetini
day of the Choctaw County Farmers' Institut
and it is important that every farmer interested
E. A. PORTER,Sec'y.
Letter From Sheriff Lee Loftin.
To the Voters of Choctaw County:—
You will recognize the importance of this to
me, as I am a candidate for the second term as
sheriff of this county, and appealing to the
democratic voters for their suffrage at the pri-
mary, August 6th.
I had intended to make a personal canvass of
:he county during the month of July, but an un-
oreseen press of business necessitated every
lour of my presence at the post of duty.
In seeking the second term I am asking no
nore than is generally accorded one who has
ulfilled his duties to the best of his ability, and
feel that in the exacting office of sheriff of
,his county, I have measured up to a reasonably
There has been arduous work to do, and at
to time have I faltered in doing it, and have
triven to work with as little expense to the
axpayers as I could and do efficient work.
I know there has been criticism. I know, al-
o, that such may be expected, but at the close
)f nineteen months service .1 can say that the
vork has been done faithfully and at all times
o the best of my ability.
It has been my purpose to work without os-
entation, my main effort being to serve the
people at the least possible cost. As a peace
jfficer I have striven to maintain order, doing
.vhat I could to oring about good government.
There has been.no bandstand effort to attract
ittention, but the record shows that we have
After two years of service, I feel that anoth-
er term should be given me, as is the custom. I
•ealize that a personal visit is now impossible
or me to make and ask of you as one of the
nasses for your consideration. I beg of you
o consider my case at the primary, August the
It will not be my good fortune to talk over
he affair with the majority, but my record is
oefore the people of this county, and while there
las been criticism, there has been no one assail-
ed that record specifically.
I would not, to secure my election, make wild
jromises which could not be fulfilled.
I know the duties of a sheriff, and know also
hat I can perform those duties as well as any
jpponent, and know that I will do so.
I solicit your support and influence and ask
.he same solely on my merits as an officer and
Notice in Bankruptcy.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT
OF OKLAHOMA, BEFORE J, W. HAR-
RELD, REFEREE IN BANKRUPTCY.
In the matter of W. J. Cassity, Bankrupt, in
To the creditors of W. J. Cassity, of Hugo,
in the Eastern District of the State of Oklaho-
ma, a Bankrupt:
Notice is hereby given that on the 20th day
of July, 1912, the said W. J. Cassity was ad-
iudged a bankrupt, and that the first meeting
}f his creditors will be held at the office of Howe
& Stanley, attorneys, in the city of Hugo, Okla-
homa . on the 8th day of August, 1912, at one
o'clock, p. m.. at which time the creditors may
attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee,
examine the bankrupt and transact such other
business as may come before said meeting.
Dated this 24th day of July, 1912.
J. W. HARRELD,
Referee in Bankruptcy, Ardmore, Okla.
Straw Vote Results.
Ordinarily The Herald takes very little stock
in straw votes, and especially where such votes
ire taken by ballot, but in a straw vote taken by
*oing to the people and asking them personally
low they stand it is a different question. A straw
ote was taken in the city Monday anions the
jusiness men of the city: they were called upon
personally and asked how they would vote in
he race for county judge. These men live in
ilugo and every one of them personally known to
the gentleman who took the vote. After a close
janvas, the following result is announced:
Glenn, 34. -
A straw vote in Boswell last Saturday for the
jame office showed:
Glenn, 21. y
Stovall, 0. >
F. L. Bailey, formerly proprietor of the Pal-
ace Drug Store, last week closed a deal whereby
le became the owner of the Dixie Theatre on
Broadway. Mr. Bailey is a thorough business
nan and his management will extend the same
ourtesies that have heretofore been enjoyed.
'. W. Simpson will continue with the new man-
F. L. Bailey, who has for many years been
oroprietor of the Palace Drug Store, has trans-
ferred the store to Messers. Gabe Parks and L.
C. Thompson. The new porprietors took charg'c
of the popular store Monday morning.
The new owners are efficient drug men, Gabe
^arks having been in the drug business in the
ity before. L. C. Thompson recently came
here and was employed in the Davidge store on
Mr. Bailey has purchased the Dixie Theatre
and will devote himself to amusing Hugo peo-
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