Cleveland County Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 17, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 27, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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CtlVHCU DIIlliCTOJl 1*.
Sunday School at 10 o'el" k and iroithini* nt
II o'clock'', in. .1111 8.3<) iu th o evening. 8trsn-
ncrs cordially invitel. Ki.ntu Waslick.
Funday Hrliool at lU o'clock. Preaching nt
il ti. in. and nt 8 p.m. on tho first and fourth
l«onl*# diy in ©nrh n.onth. Proyor muetinz ouch
\Vylnc#<iiy at s i>. in.
'iho LiVlie*' Aid s.'cio'y every Thursday at 3
.in. Mr-. IY-!rie, President.
Tho Sunbfiim .Society meets lh-' liret Sunday
in each month. \V. A. El)\VK. Pastor.
M. E. CnUROII SOUTH.
Divine sorvlups :it II a.m. lhn secondSnbhnth
of each month. Union Sunday .Sclijoi at ID
o'clock. L. I. Amos, Paitor.
See the ad. of TATE & KINGKADE about money for Farm Loans.
j. l. asrrxktiiy.
j. w. clir.kuyhomkh
tiEuniH & tmraom,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
PURCELL. I. T.,
il. E. THACKEIt,
iv«r Peoplo'4 Drue Store.
A. T. Hofls. C. W. Bkkwkb.
110SS & mtEWER,
Will practice In the Territorial ami Federal
Court?, iho i " ill land oiliee ui d the Depart-
ment* at WaMiiugton.
JAMES It. SHAVER,
Notary Public, Stenographer
Special aMe-ition given tn the taking of depn
Bitioim. All notarial work executed promptly.
LEX £ NUTONt 0. T.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will practice in nil tho court.'..
NEAL KM ITU,
A. A. DUNN, M. I).,
Physician and Surgeon
PURCELL, I. T.
Ofiice in Purcell >* fnnlil Ilank.
Purcell Dental Office,
Dus.M'Ct >NN tfcSKWELL,
J )C'II ti1 tsf
See J. R. Shaver for farm loans.
Sam Davis of Noble was in the city
('. W. Upchurch went to Norman
Dr. Thacker was a visitor at Norman
Everything in the news line for sale
by T. L. Neal.
Mr. Hudson attended court at Nor-
man this week.
If you want a loan on your farm see
J. R. Shaver.
Mr. Ed Harrow was down fron> Nor
The Lexington public school will close
in two weeks.
Quito a number of strangers were in
town this week.
J. II. Manire of Norman was here on
Mr. A. D. Thomas visited Norman
yesterday on business.
Judge Shaver made a business trip to
Amos Nichols made a business trip
to Norman Thursday.
Three cases of meningitis exist in
Lexington and vicinity.
Mrs. Story of the Shoto house has
been very sick this week.
BLANCHARD <fe WOODS, PUR-
CELL, FOR EVERYTHING.
Attorney Nicodemus went to Norman
on Thursday to attend court.
00 TO PURCELL AND HUNT UP
BLANCHARD & WOODS.
J. W. Ooodin has been in Norman
this week serving as grand juror.
Come to this office to have your final
proof notices made out and save $1.
Considerable hail fell with the rain
Wednesday two miles south of town.
Prof. Mansfield will give a concert in
Purcell Saturday night the 27th inst.
Little A Smith's store is headquarters
for barb wire and everything in their
MAY BE A FACT YET.
Mint it Iho rurrell unit I.c\ Intftoii
Contrary to the general belief the
promoters of the enterprise to bridge
the Canadian river 11 vr Lexington
have not ceased negotiations looking to
But they have modified their plan
somewhat Tho cost of n railroad ami
wagon bridge was discovered to be
great as to render such a structure im
practicable at this time, so they have
resolved to build a wagon bridge in
stead. Judge Hocker has tho matter
in hand, and we are assured that some
definite announcement will be made
l'-*t Si n di'.y hoti'O in tho
Mr: SAIYLIE STORY, Prop.
T tho French Saloon,
JIE.VKY MORITZ, Prop.
Kbavinir, Haircutti'if? and a >r\ p itainLiu to
a fir :: I«■*-• Earlier Shop, neatly an I promptly
ten. Everything ntM and ci. ui. Cull
v sco and ymi w.ll ncd in i niuition to repeat
your ri'it. I)m't forget the. nlHce.
fill i\iliar I" ce.it-; huircuttlng '.!•'> rent*.
II iiiipJ be done some time,
*nd v. by not now?
At the Lkwiuii ofliec yoljr
papers will be made out free,
u ial things are essential—
1. Y<>ur signature.
2. The number of your home-
A description of li e. lain!.
I. The names, properly spill-
ed, of four witnesses.
W. T. KINO,
Daily trips to and from Purcell.
LEXINGTON. 0. T.
•l>y given that J, II. Shannon
ims ti I i*d li ia liotid and pet i n tic<!ordiug to
law It'ie pur* • • obtaiuin«r a Hcvnue to
. ntail ndritunn-. vin.nn and malt live, " at tho
inndl-ar near Lexii ,,-)U, U. T , for twelve
is h< rehy given that LathcrHinghain
lui* fiI«m| bond and p. ti.ion according to law
for tho purpMie of ubtaiuing a licence io retail
n.ilt, ipirituniH ami vinnuK li>iuo: at l.e.vtlig-
...ii • a poriwi of tweivo month '.
A XXOI 'XCKMI:\ TS.
'I he I i i li r I* niltli riiiti tn 0iuiomice R. N
MAS U'Ki I. as a cindidato |'« r niarchnl of
I e.xinglon at tha en uing election in May.
N •• are ant hi' u 1 to a'u.ounce .1,15 811A V Eli
>y •*.' '• lidato for pnlii e jud f«. ,.f tho village of
l. xingtun. Kleitimi the drat Monday in May.
Wei.ro nuthorUfrl toannoanoe W. T. JAM EM
na n em ii lute for Al h-rinan Iroiu the Fourth
« aid. at ih« next election.
Wo ate authorised to announce J. W.OOODIN
i- a candidal" tor police judge of the villi
' GiigUni. i.le ii u the lirst .Monday
\\ <• are autlpnir.' 1 t i uttnotnre HENRY
' I I'll IJ n i < and. lute fur murelia! of tho
• ■ • • ; ' I *ni,. ii. fc.li-.'lion the ti rut Moll
ithnritvd to announco S. f..
• ti !->r councilman frotu iho
on the first Monday in May.
ithoriied to tuinmiuco V U.
I ;r Tr- iMiirer ot the vllUgi-
ti inn the lirat Monday in
k. m. A II I. II-
0 for «'lork flf the liilago
1 in May.
Oil VHLEV PI TRIE im n
of the village ol Lexington,
i ig elect! n.
We ore authnriied to i
J1R A IGU K V am "aiulldatu
the village "'f Lexington, nt
<• for clerk
IMM.U,-, iv, h |
. i, ign ..f j ley block next to the Lradbk olHce
h« i. it •ueutiig David Ecker announces his intention
innoumM* j T ° to •ovorc, r '"r n pardon.
«i r. r ui the 1.1- I ker was con vie tod ut tlie December
Dr. Linn of Topeka, Kansas, who
was here last fall, was over in tho Pott
country last week.
or a good dinner don't fail to go to
the Shoto. Everything neat, clean and
A dance seven miles north of town
attracted most of tho boys in that di-
rection Monday night.
Au entertainment will bo given Fri
ay (to-night), at Mr. J. F. Keinlin's
residence in the couutry.
John Abernethy passed through town
Tuesday on his way to tho Pott coun-
try ,c;j a collecting tour.
J. W. Ooodin has added considerably
to his stock of groceries and solicits
your trade. Free delivery
iJI : NOHARD & WOODS FOR THE
CHEAPEST LINE OF CARPETS AND
MATT1N0 IN THE TERRITORY.
Jim Clare, a tonsorial artist from
Norman, was in this vicinity a few days
this week looking for a location.
Prof. Mansfield of Lexington, assist
cd by l'ruf. Perry, | a; e a concert a
Norman on Saturday night, tho 20th.
W.T.Tate of tho firm of Tate
Kin^kado, Norman, tt^t&^acted busi
ness in lexington Wednesday.
Mrs. Sinnett will carry a stock of la-
dies and children's hats to Noble every
Saturday und i^iaiv Wiem on sale.
NEW STYLES IN DRESS GOODS,
LACKS AND EMBROIDERY AT
BLANCH A RP A WOODS, PURCELL.
Mr. Merrhnan, the Missotirian who
bought the William Stovall farm, is
putting substantial improvements on
tin? pi re.
It is not necessary to go to Norman
or Oklahoma City to get a loan on your
farm. See J. ,U. Shaver and he will fix
it tip for you.
Prof. F. S. E. Aiuos, eon of Rev. L. J.
Aiiic. of Lexington and Noble, is presi-
dent of tho Oklahoma Historical So-
Mr. W. H. Owens left for Kansas
City on Mtnday last. From thai city
he will go either to Colorado or Penn-
Mrs. Bill Hocker of Purcell and Mrs.
M. McOinley of Norman sj enl U hwrs-
!ay of this week with Mrs. J. M. Sto-
William Partridge has moved his
stock of hardware from Purcell to Lex-
ington and occupies the Stuart building
Georgo W. Giles and wife will sbort-
I) not out on a tour of the surrounding
country on account of Mrs. Giles' de-
It in reported that Mr. Wildman will
Boon commence the erection of a brick
building on the lot recently purchased
of II. L. Forehand.
No matter whoso blank the doctor
writes your prescription on take it to
the Orillith Drug Co. to have it filled.
Low prices and pure drugs.
Mr. Tilden, a near relative of the late
Samuel J. Tilden, was doing business
in Lexington this week. Ho is a
An ice cream social was given at the
residence of J. K. Masham Wednesday
night. Those who were in attendance
report a splendid time.
Mrs. Marcum and Miss A.iiia Kcs.
tenJ.ader have openc,' a dress-making
'xtahlishnient in the gallery of the
The little daughter of Mr. J.C.Spruce,
who hits been seriously sick for about
ten days, is improving and at this
vwiting is in a fair way of lvc^very.
Mr. Hennett the blacksmith will
build iu circuit rc.-idence on l i * re-
nt ly purchased loU situated on Lex-
Ed Stevens was over again last Sun-
lay. Stevens ip i. w happily wedded
to the theory that free silver is tho
solution of the currency probieip.
Cash" Moseley has complete the
IruiiRfer of his stock o< u 'iii ral mer-
handise from Noble to lexington and
in now open for business in the Moae-
Editor Leadkr:—It has been sai«l by
some bright American that corpora-
tions have no so>ils, This expression
has been construed heretofore to apply
to financial corporations or institutions.
From the indifference displayed by our
honorable city fathers towards putting
in force the health ordinances of the
city of Lexington, one could almost in-
fer that they too were soulless.
When we contemplate that Clioteau
creek from the bridge on Broadway
north for a quarter of a mile has been
tilled with stagnant water a foot deep
for at least two months, from which
miasma daily arises to attack the con
stitutions of our women and children,
tho fact is clearly demonstrated that
they either do not know tho harmful
effects thereof or do not care. It is
their duty to have this creek drained,
and if they neglect it longer we would
suggest that a subscription be gotten
up for that purpose. Citizen.
Those who never reed tho advertise-
ments in their newspapers miss more
than they presume. Jonathan Kenni-
son, of Bolan, Worth county, Iowa,
who had been troubled with rheumatism
in his back, arms and shoulders read
an item in his paper about how a
prominent German citizen of Ft. Madi-
son had been cured. He procured the
same medicine, and to use his own
words: "It cured me right up." lie al-
so says: "A neighbor and his wife
were both sick in bed with rheuma-
tism. Their boy was over to my house
and said they wore so bad he had to do
the cooking. I told him of Chamber-
lain's Pain Balm ami how it had cured
me, he got a bottle and it cured them
up in a week. 50 cent bottles for sale
by all druggists.
The fourth annual convention of the
Christian church, Oklahoma and the
Indian Territories, will be held at
Norman May 2, 3 and 4. Concerning
this convention the Sunlight says:
want every church to be on hand with
a full report. It is of great importance
to our people that we get our statistics
in shape that we may know
strength, and can know where and
when to command our army to the best
advantage. We hope to see you. The
NornuHi church Is go in/ to do all in its
power to make the contention
cess; let us go to help them."
Our better halves say they could not
keep house without Chamberlain'i
Cough Remedy. It if used in more
than half the homes L< Leeds. Sim
Bros., Leeds, Iowa, 'il's shows the es-
teem in which that wmcdy is held
where it has been sold f"r years and is
well known. Mothers have learned
that there is nothing so good for colds,
croup and whooping cough, that it
cures these ailments quickly and per-
manently, and that it is vioasaut and
safe for children to take. 2-5 and 60
cent bottles for sale by a«i druggists.
Mrs. Venarsdale, mot I > r of William
Frapp, has arrived in lexington from
Chicago and will make the town her
future home. Mm Venarsdale is a
member of the Pottawatomie Indian
Band, is 78 years old ai d was born in
Chicago. She is said ' i be thoroughly
conversant with the hi'atory of the Pot-
tawatomies, having ^erself been a wit-
ness of the many vicissitudes tho for-
mer tribe has passed through.
A party of settlers umbering nine
persons, all of township 7, range 1
west, went to Oklahoma City Thursday
of this week to make final proof on
vneir homesteads. The j arty was com-
posed of Dr. Dewees, P. M. Whitting-
ton, George W.Giles, William M. Dcen,
James M. Jarboe, Edujn Jarboe, Geo.
W. Tharp, John Mongold and Joseph
Dr. McNees of Lexington and Dr.
Hendricks of Ninnekah have exchang-
ed places and business, to far*as may
I>e done. Dr. McNees goes to Ninne-
kah and Dr. Hendricks conies to Lex-
ington. The ehange takefe place pres-
ntly. Dr. McNees wfyi practice his
profession—medicine—during the sum-
mer and teach school during the win-
Dr. Hendricks was induced to
come to lexington chiefly on account
of the town's school futilities.
It will be an agreeable surprise to per-
sons subject to attacks of bilious colic to
learn that prompt relief may be had by
taking Chamberlain's C.die, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. J.a many in-
stances an attack may be prevented by
talking this remedy as n/vV\ as the first
symptoms of the disease appears. 25
and 50 cent bottles for by all drug-
Assistant United Stat- OMstrict At-
torney McMeachan has injule a motion
for a ehange of venue in tho oases
FUOJl TUB UTIIER 3|I K.
From the Enquirer.
H. B. Campbell's drug store will Ik*
pulled out in the street and he will con-
tinue to do business in it until his new
brick is far enough along for occupancy.
One of the many hacks that ply be-
tween this place and Lexington had
the misfortune of a turn ov.r one night
lately. No one killed and onlv one
slightly hurt. Look a little out Red.
An attachment was run on the S. J.
Boudro stock of saddlery and harness
yesterday by the L. Hays Saddlery and
Leather'company of Wichita, Kansas
We ditl not learn the amount of the at-
tachment Lut it is thought Mr. Boudro
will be ablo to make a satisfactory set-
In times like these it is a wonder
that any town has a building boom.
That is just what's the matter with us.
Three new two and three story Wicks
just completed and three more under
contract. We learn that means are now
in sight to finish the large 15x100 foot
stone and brick building known as the
Society buildiug, on the corner of Main
street and Canadian avenue. It is to
be a four story structure complete in ev-
ery way—in fact a modern building.
From the Register
Col. McClaln's aged mother, who
has been residing in Texas, came to
this city recently and will in future re-
side with her eon here.
Rev. W. II. Nichols has resigned the
pastorate of the Baptist church at this
place, having accepted a call from a
church in Texas.
The long pending trade between the
Purcell National Bank and Mrs. Boone
was closed this week and the lady be-
comes the possessor of the lot adjoin-
ing the bank building on tho east and
will at once erect thereon a fine two
story brick, with front to conform with
the elegant stone finish of the bauk.
Williams Bros, report the prospect
for wheat on their ranch very poor, in
fact no prospect at' all. Of the two
thousand acres they had in wheat they
ploughed up ony thousand and put it
in oats, which crop will amount t<> hut
little unless rain conies soon. Tliev
have not determined what to do with
the other thousand.
No better indication of the growth of
a town and the country around it is
given than in the business done by the
postoffice. By this criterion Purcell
can well a#brd to be judged. The bus-
iness done for tho quarter ending
March 31, 1805, amounted to 14423.25.
The number of letters registered and
dispatched from this office was 1048.
Registered letters in transit handled by
the office, monthly average, 803. Num-
ber of money orders issued, 2800. This
so increased the business an to raise
the office to a higher salary, $1000 per
year now being the rate, an increase of
Events pertaining to tho weather
have a way of manifesting themselves
that anticipates the newspaper, but we
feel sure the 1 yal reader will indulge
the announcement that it has rained.
It has rained—not copiously, it is true,
but sufficiently for present needs, and
doubtless the farmers will now make
the discovery that usually follows—
that they were not hurt as badly as
they had feared.
We have money on hand to close
farm loans on any length of time from
two to seven years. We use both loan
company and private investor's funds
and give tin. lowest rate yet offered in
Oklahoma. Tate & Kixukaob.
S. C. Hawk, to answer a multitude of
questions and to anticipate many more,
has requested the Leader to say that
he does not know who will occupy his
new building; that three grocers, two
saloonists and a banker an- negotiat-
ing for it, and that it will likely bo oc-
cupied by one of these parties.
Mr. McKeaml and wife of Canadian
township, leave shortly for a visit to
Scotland. Mr. McKcand is a native of
that country. They will sail from New
York for Glasgow May 4.
A genercl election will take place in
Cleveland county on the second Tues-
day in May to choose one trustee in
each of the several school districts of
the county. In the Lexington district
a successor will be chosen to Mr. T. D.
A very pleasant social gathering was
held at the residence of Mr. J. S. Lit-
tle, three miles east of town, Monday
night, the occasion, we believe, being
the celebration of the birthday of Mr.
Little's daughter, Miss Edna.
Prof. Mansfield will appear at Bowles
opera house Saturday night. He is
so well known and so well advertised
by the leading papers that it is useless
for us to say much about him and his
Moseley park, nearly opposite the
Lea deb office, has been selected as the
place for the school exhibition and pic-
nic. The grounds will he put in order
for the event.
The dauce given at the city hall Wed-
nesday night was not very successful
owing to the inclemency of the weather,
but there were several couples present
who enjoyed themselves very well un-
der tto circumstances.
A member of the Methodist congre-
gation informs the Leader that the ne-
gotiations for a building site have so
far failed and that the matter will re-
main in abeyance for a while. It is the
intention of this church to build grad-
ually when the work is started.
All tho candidates for town offices, it
is said, have filed petitions with the
proper authority giving notice of their
-amlidacy. Some of them held that
this was not a requirement of law, but
they preferred to be on the safe side.
Inspector W. T. King has appointed
the following election officers to con- I
duct the election to be held the first j Scott and Maud FI
I Monday in May; T. 1). Williams am!
From the Democrat.
The live stock show will bo held some
time in May.
The firm of Tate <k Co., have dissolv
ed and it is now Tate & Kingkade.
The Sanitarium will spend about
$20,000 before they are ready for the
R. R. Hudson oi''Putcell was in the
city Monday figuring on the sanitarium
Sol Owens asks us to sav that h
no intention of leaving Norman .
thqt the property he has been adv
tisuig in the Slate Democrat is not his
home but outside property.
A case of scarlet fever ban been ro-
nortcd in the family of Mr.Choate. The
Board of Health has taken the usual
precaution to prevent the spread of the
Capt. Dan Hay has a sample of water
found near Norman that contains con-
siderable oil. The well from which it
was taken has the oil in ith mineral
state, but. how much is the question.
It would pay to inxestigat* and mv
what there is iu it. That tho well has
not been "salted" is plainly evident.
Elder Brock, the Seventh Day Ad-
ventiht minister of Oklahoma City, will
begin a series of meetings iu Norman
Thursday night of this week at the
Cumberland Presbyterian church.
"The Kingdom of Heaven" will he the
theme of a number of Elder Bmeh's
discourses. Everybody are cordially
invited to attend these meetings.
From the Voice.
Assessor Rice has almost finished
his work, and Ins returns show an in-
creased valuation iu this city over last
year of $73,000. The captain thinks if
the citizens will elect a good man to as-
sess tho city next year, that perhaps
they may be able to get the assessment
up to about the right thing.
From the Topic.
The Purcell bar was well represented
Tuesday at the opening ofdistrict court
at this place. Messrs. J. F. Sharp, I.
W. Hocker, J. L. Abernethy, li. M.
Miller and J. E. Humphrey being in
Hon. R. J. Nisbitt and the expert ac-
countant. F. 1>. Stevi nt, are
ing rapidly witTi their work of clu-.-k-
ing up the countv officials. No better
selection could have been made
that duty as Mr. Stevens was for sev-
eral years a traveling auditor for tho
Santa Fe, and his experience in that
line thoroughly equips him for the
work in hand.
Hon. Henry Asp of Guthrie, was
the plaintiff's attorney in a divorce
case that came up for" hearinu' before
the district court Tuesday. The fair
plaintitr told her troubles in a cool and
self-possessed manner that won for her
the admiration of the spectators, but
the distinguished attorney was so ner-
vous that lie could scarcely hold the
petition. "Stage fright" is a disease
that rarely attacks a Guthrie lawer.
From tho Transcript.
Gov. Renfrow was here from Guthrie
on business Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Burt, who was granted a divorce
in this city last Saturday, is the step-
daughter of President McKean of the
A fine shower of rain visited this
section Wednesday night. To the
south and west heavy banks of clouds
hung for hours and that country must
have had a deluge.
Ziba Boldcn is now office clerk for
Sheriff Newblock, and it is ncedh-s.-: to
sav to those who !;no J.iin that he
fills the position in au able manner.
Dr. J. S. Scott has purchased the
Fenelon drugstore. Dr. Fi n-Ion has
disposed of all his property here and
will soon leave for Bloomii.gton, 111.
As usual, Lexington contributes ai
good many people to attend court lu re. I
Lexington Isan 1 town, I il some]
way its people do not do not always
dwell together ia peat e and ha i
Frank Moak, the man killed near I ! j
Reno in a fight lut w« k, Is bt
to bo one of two brothers of that name I
who ft mum t}ff reside i in this < ounl j '
near Noble. He was killed by a mail
named woller, and ti e trouble trrew out |
of Mimk's intimacy with Holler's wile.
Mesdames White, Flowers, Long, I
Williams, Thill, Booker, Green and I It. !
Misses Mary Bitscho and Alii. Part-
ridge were visitors last week.
A complete programme of tho school
picnic will appear next week.
Prof. McDonald attended a birthday
party given by Miss Edna Little Mon-
The pupils are looking forward with
great anticipations to the picnic at the
close of the school, May 10. We ex-
tend to everybody an invitation, csp
ially tho parents. Come ami bring
well filled baskets.
Maggie Peters is out of school on ac-
count of sickness.
The rain Wednesday evening afford-
ed plenty of water for the remainder of
Two of the teachers, Misses I-Hie!
Williams and Nora Pantier, together]
with several others attended the ice j
cream social Wednesday evening at the J
residence of J. E. Basham, and report a j
Mrs. Mitchell, teacher iu room No.
is Buffering from a severe cold and us
a consequence is very hoarse.
Owing to lack of space about half of
the names on tho roll of honor are
omitted this week but will appear in
the next issue.
Following are the names of some of
the pupils in room No. 2 whose names
apjiear on Iho roll of honor: Bee 1'.
ton, Belle Harvey, Lillie Black, Sallio
Lawson, Lula Mapes, Alice Flowers,
May Cossey, Willie Isoni, Jack Knapp,
Fred Ilawk, Rachael Peters, Abl.
KELLER 4 JAW
A CARLOAD OF
EAGLE « "o« *-
Following ore sow: of Iho Articles:
PIowh, Plows, Hows,
From 0 to 10 inches.
New Aincrii-iiu Sulkies,
New American (Ian
Eagle Stalk Cutters,
Eagle Walking Listers,
Eagle Riding Listers,
Corn and Cotton Planters,
All-Steel Ideal Corn Planters,
Eagle Hiding Cultivators,
Eagle Walking Cultivators
Eagle Tongueles i Cultivator?,
Eaglo !!r. It Pluv.s,
A Bjn 'tally.
Carl.-, 1 in iml (
Peter Sliut tier \W eras,
Full line of the I Pumps i
Aulthou-i) Wheeler nll-stei
Prices Equal to tlie Very Lowest.
L. Wild IA MS,
W. M.TOM LIN,
PURCELL NATIONAL BANK.
Capital $*t ,0<)0; Surplus, $7000.
IC ELL, /. T.
A Home Bank Controlled I y He-"3 People.
Collodions a Specialty.
JB. L. William , !!- . •
( L. C. Wantland, 1 J. C'.
I'.(Hosier, R. M.Smith,
GRIFFITH HUG COMPAUK
CHARLES I!. GRIFFITH, Manager.
Drags, Patent Medicines, Toilet A ";lei
Jewelry, Stationery, Paints, Oils, Yanii;.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF PRESCRIPTS
: .N REDUCED
TI I It EE MONTHS.
e. l r t a n rma-
l .link of ill
j:.I i .t iiKASui: ' /., i
Q"Y CENTS FUSE.
ed of Ed Bit ( lie the Le ii
less at the old stand am! ;
P continue th
The Best Meats Obtainable.
.ii. it vour
RAY & BE ASHE A •
u wyar .'y-t rp. - r- - r: - - ?. 57 . v-n c . .
1 the publishers
: II )' thl\u thy
' m. ' rtui" impcr,
us I'dit. n
t IO to 1—the most
I you the \\ e. iiljr
y.iur miti. 1 ii^ciutt
I 1. 0 will - i. (lit you
t r jiu thu time of
Bourbon and Rye
Draught li er, I
PAUL Bi LDWl
THE LANEY PRINTiO
PURCKLL, INDIAN TKIUUTORY.
A brand new outfit. Job print in -r« N.cufetl wiih neatm and I
Bradbury, Wadie .V«Into
D. U. KOSTEMBAD
•.ii, or I '1
1 Ere nr.tl Hkln Ointonsnl
: r (iironio Soro Eye.^
. NinpUa JPflia
. 1 by di crista.
In t ; • hettltliy eon*
dv*; (•. nditien Povdsnb
sm, ai.l digestion, etui
. . u. tipation, tarred
rev worms, giving
' ed i >is.'.
For eaiu by druggie
against County Attoni Berry and)
Senator Allan, charged with forging
jM-nsion vouchers. Thu motion is sup-
|Mirted by utlhlavits mo*! by Editor
Bixler and others alleging that the
government could not ."euro a fuir
trial in this county.
Rev. Worley and B. t. Clark were
over from Purcell Tuesdit) advertising
the lecture by Champ Clark iu that
j j J. 8. Loafhurrouw, judges; D. N. Kob-
tenbader and Henry Easton, clerks;
Neal Smith, challenger.
John l'ulvit has dccldeil to move to
Geor^'town, Pottawatomie count .
ami inay start Monday. Mr. Pulvit is
an applicant for the position of olheiul
blacksmith of the Kemluolo nation.
W. E. Hardin of Moral was In town
tho other day to order his subscription
To klic I 11
We have Just received a car 1 ad
crockeryware of 1 very d>-K'riptiou.
Ln 1 k «• smith.
Highe t honors—World'.* Fal.'
city Monday night, April'20. Tho press I continued and to say that some half
and public everywhere hj1 ak highly of j doien of his neighbors intend to join
the merits of Champ Clat.c as a iectur- LlAl Ka readers.
er. His subject is "Thfe l'iclurosqut! Another gold watch or your choice of
Men of tlie Fifty-Third C -ngreHn." j twenty pieces silverware worth 110.00 a
Leslie's Popular Month ly, Munsey's pi°c0 V.i'l !*> given away by Abernathy
Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Godey's Mag-
azine, Delineator, Illustrated American,
Texas Hiftings, Youtl •>' Companion,
Puck, Judge, Police Ga:.i tto and Sun-
day Hun, for sale by T L Neal.
No. 40 drew the gold wa'.eh nt Alier-
c«l tn RttniMiime tho nam* of
. uonll'l it. I or 11 vacurrr 'if
riflon nt lb« couiiutf uicctluu
term of the district court for Cleveland ; nathy Bios, last Haturda), April 20.
| county of the 1 rime of aiding a prisoner If the holder does not prcsy nt tho tick-
I to escape and sentenced to r. term of j dt for the watch by May 15 It will 1m
I i ijbteen months iu the penitentiary. ! -jivon to the next iiigl^est number.
Bros, today. They give a prise every j
Saturday to their customers.
An attraction at Bowles hall tonight
(Saturday) that no one can afford to
miss. Tlie renowned Mansfield will
conduct a concert on that occasion thst
will be grand.
Luther lliuudiam has applied for a
license to operate a saloon iu Lcxim:-
im: < :01:
tucai o and
rout tiu bi
(uiurn.cd in plum f
a Nct cc
IJ. N. KOSTENliADl
/ ii n.i: i smith IU ilmx
MOST PERFECT MADE
^■SSsr5!" It's Priutiitg Yon Wa
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Cleveland County Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 17, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 27, 1895, newspaper, April 27, 1895; Lexington, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc108919/m1/3/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.