Cleveland County Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 22, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 1, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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. AHKIIS FTIIY.
ABiivilETEY I CBSRHYH0UE8,
MTOUNEYS AT LAW, I
PURCELL. I. T ,
It. E. Til AC K Eli,
L K XINUTOH, 0K L AII0M A.
ivor People's Drug Store.
A.T. ltoss, C. W. JllKVRS.
110SS & BREW EH,
NO It M A N. OK LA IIO.VI A.
Will Iirnoticc in tin- Territorial ami l e.lcrnl
Court-, ili local luml office and the l)ei art-
i mt.< at Washington.
JAMES B. SHAVER,
Notary Public, Sloiioiiapher
2 <ci.il aHontion ciren to tliO tnkini of ilcpo
liiiotis. All notarial work rx cm toil promptly.
I,EX INUTON, 0. T.
ATIOUNEY AT LAW.
Will practice in all tho court*.
LEX IX0TON. 0KLAHOMA.
A. A. DUNN, M. 1).,
Physician and Surgeon
0 u J.C. Dowdy
I.ow prices at Cash Mpspley's,
Shoes at cost at "Cash" Moseley's.
U. B. aud Eli flour at Thompson's.
Clothing at cost at "Cash"Moseley's.
]>. W. Marquart was down from Nor-
Call on Thompson for Baden's Win-
Judge Abqrnethy was on this side of
the rjver \\ ednesday.
Cash goes a long ways at Cash Mose-
Editor Kerwin cf the Sun-Democrat,
Edmond, was here Sunday on a visit.
You know B. B. and Eli; try it at
Mr. W. H. Qreen was stricken with
a severe illness Wednesday.
Dry Goods in endless variety at
JSx-sherilT George Smith was in the
city on business Wednesday.
The firm of A. Simon it Co., Purcell,
made an assignment the lirst of the
Thursday being a legal holiday the
postoflico was closed from 10 a. in. un-
til 4 p. m.
Dress Trimmings, Braids and Bind-
ing at Thompson's.
The elegant and substantial two-
story residence of Nathan Turk is hear-
Best residence in town for rent,
J. S. Little.
Thursday was national Decoration
day and was observed with the usual
ceremonies throughobt the country.
Col. A.J. Knapp, formerly of Lexing-
ton, but now of Avoca, was in the city
Little & Smith's store is headquarters
and everything in their
PURCELL, I. T.
Ofll<*c in Purcell National llank.
Purcell Dental Office,
rURCEIili, ... I. T
Pout ?i fi. day kou'e in tho
ci y. Pon't form-l to ct"p
w;t!i me when in Lexington.
Mr*. SALLIE STORY, Prop.
MEW BARBER SHOP,
Or.c door we«t of the Vranch Sitloo.i,
L tiXIN i • TON. OKLAHOMA.
Rhnvinir, Ilaiwutlln* and work tortiln;n!T to
n firft'-ln*j ti«i', lusatly an I i r«ui>pt ly
rxreaud. l.vtrt thL«* nest and clem, fail
once and von w.ll nt'-l " > im.atlim to repeat
your V l it Don't forget tho pine*.
I0co.it.«; huircutting 25ccnti.
Dowdy has been "discharged
cured" after a mouth's spell with the
Dr. Owsley went ts Shawnee Thurs-
ilav. Tho doctor thinks of locating at
MORE BIO BUILDINGS
The strength and pertinacity of the
building sentiment in lexington is one
of the agreeable surprises of the times
Mention has already been made in
these columns of two important build-
ing projects by men able to carry out
their undertakings, and in due course
of time these projects will be consum-
And now in addition to these follow
two more substantial building enter-
prises. Contractor Lane lias recently
purchased of F. W. llawes the lot west
MOIIM 1> \< TI S.
NOTCH OX Till'. OI t X1XU.
frity. This is welcome
uian always welcomes such additions
to her society, which by the way is the
best in Oklahoma.
At the council meeting Monday night
Andy Bible was elected engineer of the
waterworks at a salary of $50 per
month. This is quite a saving to the
city, and insures good water services.
The council is to be congratulated for
acting so promptly.
The (i. A. R. ladies and sons of vet-
erans will observe Decoration day in
tho usual manner. At 2 p. in. all will
repair to the opera house where there
i will bo speaking by Prof. DeBarr, 11on
of till' Moaoley building i ' 11.- l-> M'ose 11 ,lnl|,Ui« y "an.l other,,
of erecting thereon a two-story brick, music bv a quartette and a solo by Dr.
twenty-five feet wi le and eighty feet j Shinier.* Several recitations and short
From the Democrat. | Alley and Dee Whittington, sons < f
Dr. Galbraith of the Sanitarium p. M, Whittington, each got a claim
Conipa^iv will move hi« jumil to ^his ajU)Ul , jx miles distant fi :n Shawnee
They are contested.
long. This building will bo designed
for mercantile purposes,
Henry Easton, too, proposes to put
up a building that will compare favor-
ably with tho best of them. It will be
built of brick, will be two stories high,
and the ground dimensions will be 60
by 80 feet. This building will occupy
the two lots on East Broadway where-
on stand the Shoto House and the Lex-
ington Meat Market. Mr. Easton au-
thorizes the statement that work will
begin on the building in a short time.
Other deals are pending which may
result in a solid front of brick buildings
from the Isom corner to the first vacant
lot east, of the meat market.
I It must lie done pome time,
i and whv not now?
I At ti'• LkmikC office your
[popi is will he made out free.
Several things are essential—
1. Your iignature.
2. The number of your home-
A • ! -scription of the land.
1. I he nai.;< . properly spell-
ed, of t jr v it lit scs.
Pnndiy School nt 1 > oVlocU and pre^chi'ia n
11 I. vW . :m. nit'l s.", 1 in t'> • « v* •.i:i•?. . .«•
k ors cordially invitul. Ei.uer \\ titlio*,
Panday Srhool Rt 10 o'clock. Preacl'ipg n
II n. in. Ri.dat 8 P• m. on the flr.'t and I'ourt i
l.ord'n .lav in .M< h month. Prayer meeting o.t. h
\\ e l p<il iy ;it K p. in. ,
The l:\.\v-' Aid S.M icy every Thursday at .
p.m. Air-. lVtr;.-, I'ie:ide:it.
The Su'.l.i :,«* .-Oi iciy ini ctf th•• fiM Sum Liy
in each month. W. A. R'lWE. Paitor.
M. K. OIH'ROU SOUTH.
Divine nervio" * at 11 n.m Mi • -e i. ,1 fitbbrith
of en-•> I'nion Sundny Sob «l nt 10
n'cWk. L. J. Anns, Pastor.
For a good dinner don't fail to go to
the Shoto. Everything neat, clean and
S. C. Hawk has a field of wheat near
town on which he will raise over twenty
hut-help to the acre.
J. W. Goodin has added considerably
to his stock of groceries and solicits
your trade. Free delivery.
Don't fail to hear Rev. Gross at the
city hall Sunday and Sunday night,
lie is an eloquent speaker.
City Marshal Frank Smith and fam-
ily of Norman were visiting Weldon
Osiah and wife this week.
Don't fall to ascertain how much fur-
ther v; ur Cash will go at "Cash" Mose-
ley's, before purchasing elsewhere.
James Loofburrow, for several years
past a citizen of Lexington, has gone
to Colorado for the purpose, it is said,
of locating there.
"Pay as vcu go," were the w isest
words ever spoken by John Randolph.
Try their magic effect at "Cash" M< sc
Sc voral Lexington people will go t
Norman next week to attend the com-
mencement exercises of the University.
Another nice rain vitited this section
on Thur lay and apj can 1 havg «ov:
ered u large*scmj-i* oi' country. Crops
: fine and Im.-ine-s i., re\
Mrs. W. T. Harness left Thursday
morning f r an extended visit with
friends an I relatives in Missouii.
No matter whose blank the. Joclor
wiiteH your ptefcr-i; on take i: to
the tirii'titli Drug Co. to have it filled.
Low prices and pure drugs,
Yullie Kay goes to Shawnee the first
of nest w®< I to i ' q 0 hlj c)ai^i and
mtio ctiier improvement required by
"Many of the citizens of Rainsvijle
Indiana, are never with"tu a bottle of!
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the
house," says Jacob Brown, the leading
merchant of that place. This remedy
has proven of so much value for colds,
croup and whooping cough in children
that few mothers who know its worth
are willing to be without it. 1'«-j jdly
by all druggists.
Notwithstanding the jnolement
weather of Saturday last, tho town
was full of people from tho differ-
ent parts of the country. All were
delighted with the rain, though
there was not as much of it us there
might have been.
The recent rains were a God-send
to tho people of this section. The
wheat, and oat crops have been re-
ported :ts total failures, but will yet
be a small crop. Oats in many sec-
tions of the country will be a much
better crop than expected. Corn
and cotton bid fair to be an aver-
age crop, though not so f.ir advanc-
ed as those crops usually are at this
season of tho your.
Several handsome and substantial
brick buildings are being addcil Jo tin-
handsome structures of Lexington. No
town in the territory of equal size can
be compared with Lexington in the
number and size of her handsome
There wes not as much of the late
rains as we could have wished, but
there is at least one consoling feature
about it; there was enough of it to
make us believe that the Old Maker
has not entirely forgotten 11s.
Oklahoman: H. T. Miller, ownu1 of
the Norman Topic, moved to Kans-.
City with his faintly t«.i "
said to have been on the right side m'
the wheat market lately nod made
enough to purchase several Oklahoma
E. B. Smith ami William II '• lerson,
spectacle j-e l Her,■!, came t<> 1- '-n.igton
Thursday, got. drunk, were fined for
the otfeu. e, and in default r .' he fine
speeches interspersed by good music
will close the day's exercises
Mine R\|duilou .Suit.
Soutu McAlkstkr, I.T., May 28.—
The suit of Hugh Lafferty vs. Osage
Coal and Mining company for damages
arising out of the big mine explosion
which occurred at Krebs, 1. T., about
three years ago has been concluded.
Tho evidence failed to establish negli-
gence on the part of tho company. The
plaintiffs attorneys gave up the case
ami it was accordingly dismissed.
It will be remembered that about 100
persons were killed in tho frightful ex-
plosion at Krebs in the spring of 18'.)..
Several suits are pending to recover
damages claimed by the families of the
unfortunates. The Lafferty cafie w:u
instituted recently and considerable in-
terest has been attached to it in the In-
Sometime ago I was troubled with an
attack of rheumatism. 1 used Cham-
berlain's Pain Balm and was complete
ly cured. I have since advised many
of my friends and customers to try the
remedy and all speak highly of it.
Simon* Golobatm, San Luis Rev, Cal.
For sale by all druggists.
Lee Harris, the Register rustler, was
011 this side Friday. Leo believes in
the old saying, "Laugh and grow fat,"
but never fails to draw his rations just
Prof. McDonald and Mrs. Mitchell
have been retained as teachurs in tin-
Lexington school. Miss Alice Keller
also lias a room, the fourth teacher is
yet to be decided on.
i'our attention is called to the fact
that my sawmill having been complet-
ed, I am prepared to operate the same.
Cottonwood and oak lumber for sale.
X of Ire.
All persons indebted to J. W. < ;ood-
in are requested to call and settle ui
qnca or take the consequences.
HOT WINDS IN N1 BR VSKA,
The dispatches tell of the prevalence
of damaging hot winds in parts <<f .v •
braska one day this week. The corn
crop especially suffered.
LOST IN Till' PACIFIC.
The BteaiiiMiip ColimH jouiidered in
the Pacific off tho coast of Mexico. Of
1 \)'2 persons 011 board only ID are known
to have been saved.
George Boydston, living a few miles
north of town, also made a successful
M. Sporleder returned from the Kick-
apoo country Wednesday and was the
only one who went from Lexington and
didn't g; i anything, who was honest
enough to own up t • it.
The Lexington party who nttendr
tho Kickapoq oj filing declare that
sponciism was practiced openly ami
shamelc- Iv. The sooncrs are supposi d
to have formed a compact, and at the
proper time will stand together and
outswear a hired witness.
D. N. Betts went to Oklahoma City
M« inlay to make a homestead entry on
a claim in the Kickapoo country. Mr.
Rotts thinks he has a cinch on tho
land, lie has no contestant that he is
aware of, and lias several witnesses to
support his claim.
VfUlie Ray went to Oklahoma Citj
last Saturday to file ou his claim In the
Kickapoo country. Ho found that
some one had already filed on it and
that he could do nothing but file a con-
test. Some interesting development.s
are expected as Vallio will fight hard
for his rights.
Tho 1 ;;int Km people who attended
tho Kjekapoo opening are at honu
i singing "after the run is over."
• were lucky enough to secure
claims and all were lucky enough to es-
vvith their anatomy unbroken, al-
though lightly worn in parts.
Mi . J. W. Goodin and John
Green were both successful in the Kick -,
apoo race. Mr. Goodin located and I
filed on a claim in section 12, township
12, range 2 east, and so far as he know s
has no contestant, while Mr. Green lo-
cated and filed on a claim iu section 1,
township 12, range 2 east. This claim
will be contested.
Oklahoman; If the position tal'.en by
the local land office is the correct one
and is sustained by the department,
the legal settlers on the Kickapoo lands
are few and !.•: I twvii. livery man
or woman who set foot ou the reserva-
tion since March 3,1893, is a sooner
and excluded from any rights or privi-
leges. This takes in ever- resident of
Shawnee, almost ever>l.-'dy nt ('bee-
taw iUity, Chandler, Clifton and all
over the eastern part of Oklahoma. I
al.-o catches a lar-.-e majority of Okla-
homa City people and opens up a wide
field for contests. It i.-i to bo hoped the
department will rule that only those
are sooner# who cnteied after the proc-
lamation was issued, but the best land j
lawyers say it will rule as the local
land office is ruling.
Comity Xornuii liiMiitiiio,
The Cleveland county Normal Insti-
tute will be held at the ea d side public
school building in .V- man. It will be-
gin Juno 17 ul 1 ch e July C, lasting
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Following five sour' of the Article#:
Plows, Plows, Plows,
From ( to 10 inches.
New American Sulkicf,
New American (tail"-,
Eagle Stalk Cutters,
Kau'le Walking Liters,
Eagle Riding Listers,
C,.,\i and Dutton Planters,
aH-SSi 1 Ideal < !orn Planter*,
Kagle Riding Cultivators
Eagle Tongueless Cultivators,
Eagle Brush Plows,
Carts, Bir -!<■ and Carriages
Ei(ti rpriso Wagons,
Peter Shuttl.-r Wagons,
Full line of the best Pumps in
Aultlioe.se \\ heeler all-steel
Prices Equal to tlio Very Lowest.
eagle FARMING implements.
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AM B \3n
M. TOM LIN,
i:. C. GAGE,
Capital ooo; Surplus, jj 7000. VIjLL l.LL, I. T.
Home Bank Controlled by Home People,
Collections a Specialty.
I S. li. Williams, Howard ' tieorge P. (ilar.ier, K. M. Smitli;
rfl I L. C. Want land, I" C. (iage, F. M. Strong.
Two little girls, daughters of Mrs.
Lawson and Mrs. Padgett, were bap-
tised by Rev. Rowe in>t Sunday after-
noon in the Willow cast of town.
The mite social given at the residence
of Mrs. Williams Tuesday night w
Mr. Homer Bradford, for the past
coven months with the Leader, quits
its service this week and will t; > t«>
Shawnee. Homer has rendered the
paper good and faithful woiy ,
are glad to note his growing
as a newspaperman.
Col. Stovall exhibited in the Lr.Ai.rr.
office this wn k sevt ral huadt o, 1 at
that were fairly well filled and
Vo.l I'. rl,fl
The he.-.t map of Oklahoma publish-
ed is one just issued by the Mat he
North up Co. It is a new departure
the map line, hiding put up in vest- «>f oth.
pocket form and indexed, giving at a,''1
rliinee the location and population of, think li
counties, cities, ..a. ■. j •' ffices 1 ..-i. "•'; 1''1 J1
stations, and showing all railroads. It thron • 1
is printed in seven colors, in strong I log el •
covers, and is correct to date. Mailed
on receipt of ten two cent stamps. Ad-
Special attention will be given
Didactics, which will be of great i
portance to those who have net famil- J
iarited themselves with the science of]
Drugs, Palsnt Medicines, Toiisl Articles,
Jewelry, Stationery, Paints, Oils, Yaraish.
SPECIAL'l Y OF PRESCRIPTIONS.
HAS iu:k.\ reduced
TO ft A YKAK.
.fj I'OIt H1X MONTHS.
, I li >11 Til BEE MONTHS.
iniitn rate, but p- mm-
thing. till Si M A Y TIMES
nil: 1. 11 iu j-aftH. 'Ihink of it f
A 1 .-i l.ty I'or a llrst-cinM mctrui'"!
1 m ,• j.a : 1: ery 0:1; can < w
, , ,|.| ut t;.Ue :i d lily i.apfr. Pul.serine
. 1 he '1 ii.it-a til way i icuds,
j the Matthew NortliupOo., Buf-
N. Y. Fast seller. Agents wanted.
TilK CONFEDKllATK MONI MI NT, i selve
One of the features of Decora!i««nday little more ti
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No. 4ra. Arrives dully, - J
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No fi t. P'M'HrO d.ii'y, - • " /'
N". 4"-<. I)oi>artJ «lni■ y. - - * '1
N'.. til. 1. 11 rrlv«-!*. - - -
No. 420. Local, depart!, - - - 0.
No. 2. Anlvo* dnily, - - - ■
No. 12. Arrive* daily, - - - £'.!« I'll
Wo. 1. Peparti* laily, - - - " (" air
No. 11, i>< p 111 ~ daily, • - • 11.H) ai
No frwiulit train* 011 U.ii rnn.l 01 rry pn*-«'li
fticiency ^ ^ ^ h o
I in Chicago today was the dedication
a monument erected t- the pienton
• i.O'H) Confe I'-rate soldiers, w ho die
prisoners of war, and lie buried in
..1" the cemeteries of that city. Ai
he participants iu the exercises
ienend Schofield, Commander of
I'nited States arinv, and other go
.... n diotinguised 011 both sides of the r-
late cunilict. They joined t- I her not c
jiraising the cause th;it v an lost, but in
testifying to their admiration f«-r c<
well attended and quite a sjiun sum parson, like many another man 1 wa- a;,(l manline.-..
was realized by the young people. j ilays, is in a maze of doubt as to when No neater spei-tacle has ever 1
■turneil to Oklahoma lie iB at, politically. Ho li a Ki'publl- prcwnil^l fur I ho adan
-, court having adjourn- j can, but declari
on Monday. The that free-silver pronouncement made uj,f) 1 f.om th N.mh and
I- by his party at Enid. i the South there was not a sin-.-le heart
' to pulsate in sorrow because the people
■ ' reunited under
10s.', wbii h is
lented a field that will probably yield j the
ten bushels per acre. The crop was ^
grown practically without rain. j ,
Parson Holsonbake was in t > see the
Lbadbk on business this week, The
W. K. MAX SON, Agent
City on Tuesd
cd at Tecumse
judge held court at Norman on
"Free silver has a charming name,
A sound that lulls to sleep;
But prices low at Moseley's store,
Will make a gold bug weep."
Mrs. Minnie Olney, of Howard City
Kansas, is visiting friends and relatives
fit i'y'buyin* j in Lexington and Purcell. The Li:vo
I : a bids her welcome to our little city I Mrs. Farmer, livin - south
iieoplethan that which occurred in j
that he won t a*allo , l.hi; A-.ci.i th. th..u^i '
of this great country an
Mr. Vogel the T . xas agent for Lemp's
beer, was in tlui city Wednesday try- on0 jjgjf 1(nd for
ing to arrange lua'ters with two or , the ande-st glory of tlo- A
three of the saloons wl 0 had refused to
handle his beer. Should he not su •
ceed in arranging mstteJs satisfactori-
ly a merry beer war may bo expected
between Lemp and I'abst.
puldi . There ..a :n ither '
gr:;y in that asseinbl.e/ *, except as they |
t, j/ify the past and are in unison and !
harmonv for the future.
Tho (i,tXl K Jon federate oldii rs who lie
buried in Chicago t to i> repr'-> 1 • t only
11 0 coerage «>f a mistaken contiii'ioiit.
l'h.v- demonstration which garlanded
TV/0 DEAD MEN.
fur n ( rri-lt liie Oilirr
Kkokck Fai.i.s, May 2fi.—S. McDer-
mit, a wealthy squawnian of the Cre.-k
nation, who was in the city, dropped
dead oil his way home. He was sub-
:-t t.) epileptic fits and it is supposed
(in.l wlahi'H her a moat pleaaant sojourn, j 1ms cxchan o,l her farm f r 1 r |,citj their ttrave.. wilh. tie' '■" ■;
The lee cream and airawberry k.k-1.1 "> >- ««'•• ; *>•-. Bit' .Z
given hv the laillea of the Christian l,mt to 1|U'- •• ., tr |>ui - iliuo ti,.-.
. Dodaera are out unnoonciug a grand ti ' .iteration or uU-m
1 \! ,H-.,iii, lt,„ I'nt in ,,xr„ •<■ ■■' " •; h , 1 'X "
liroU.er agalnHt hrolL
f the Chrlathui that city to live.
church Wedneselay night was quite j Dodgers are out announcing a grand
well attended in spite of the threaten-1 picnic at Mar.juU Bio's, farm, seven
ing weather and a nice little sum was, miles east of L \iimton, ne\t Ihurs- jj1(1 jrr(.ai,.H( and bravest [
added to the funds on hand, | day, June 0, Music, dancing, diui.iei earth !n an int rnecii
and refreshments are on the program, i
The "Beau Drnmmels" of Purcell,
when they make their regular Saturday j Mr. (ie.r. Law- n has retune 1
night visits to their "best girls" on | from the Cherokee conn ti • win- he
Fort lii s
1.1 • !i k i 11 !r11 ti h ^ ik in the juIL II" wus this side of the river, seem t< forget | succeeded in establish' ig his i ight as a , ,,lU
a highlv respecteel citir.en of the Creek : ihat tL • "street cars" cease to ply be
nation. I tweeti Lexington and Purcell after mid
The body of a man was today discov-1
ered in a creek east of this point. llis|,l'K'1 •
skull was ma bed and tho body weight-
ed dow n with n heavy stone. He could
not he identified.
I. T., May 29. The i
:d coonc'l of th'e five tril
here v««.te rday. Dolegat
keep in slock not lung
' hut pure aud fresh drugs
in ino work
f charivy (if no ti
u arc mexperj
liiE LiaiSAS CITY TIMES
[ SUBSCRIBE FOE
SIXTY CENTS FRoE.
mrnt with the publiihcrf
riptmn to the
I the VV
ill at fi
^4.00 per w
Hi), i HtT WORTH WI'.I'.ICLY OAZETTK
lYorK^ni iuro or Atluntn pni
alii Ilt'nt.jcrB'if pnpur
lorbelotvs in iu pollti
lay nt h
The institute is not
but all a
i ' iteel who e-.pect to b(
h one attending will hi
'Mafee of ono dollar for the full
I - the moit
ii'ii will - iv«) tin prutfuoo
i li t'..e inuiiufucluieri.
7tb and 17th of June. I
will save much ti
ill call or write mi
L. J. i'i
pui.In- . \|.' ii<lltur<
I liy the truHtf.
yt 't'ii lub't-ript
II your til cri|.li
f a bri
1* in. linuidiiiJ
B on r oon
A VKitY LOW PAICl
Ml-lVi i.KM NKWS
IV I.KA UKII for twtlvo
i i . • I •>
i t wtvk, or IMf
!l 'iU&H U
: y 3 antl BWn OlnnaoM
, : . , - (Jh ii' • "O Lye-Sj
and are trouble I with bowel complaint.
I give them Chamberlain's Colic,1
Cholera an I Diarrhoea Ilemedy ami it
Oklnhomnn. I ... , . .,
A nutoher of mlllrra of the territory ada like a chnrt,.. I earnestly ren,i„.
met at the Grand A venae hotel ve« tei m« nd H for i hlldren with bowel « m-
«lay t«i discuss the «|Uestion ol irtlinv! plaints. I was myself taken with a se-
seetl win at for the farmers of Oklnh
the coming season. They ftilly realise
the necessity, and wi't 1 > ull in llieii
power to supply the demand. Tlit-y
desire to secure 4,_'i),(ji)0 worth, and will
go in a body to T -p< I a and Kansas
City about June 10 lo t nfei with th-
ralfioad < llicisls and other parries
about the matter. Hon, t < i .1. > is
the father of the idea and will push it
to a successful termination,
vltUen of that lialiolt. | the eouneil IV ..eli of the imt. <1-
.,. . . I were present with the « xception of the
The Unptlat 1*01.1, will ghe a mainl ,.!t ,hnt ml th .. :
Sunday school picnic on Saturday,' journed this after* n to meet at I'm
I bs,c !«• little grand children who! Jane H. The pirnl* gronml lia ted yet r.mla <.>. tnie. 'ti I. ■■■ : I i'.i
an. teething thin hot inmBler weather j heen ,'ie, ted, hut will iikeh I., ill tho j ",' '.10 I'-nl'l f'.ni'i'n'!
lu,t country j (,,,, ,.,,,„ ,i,
The dauce giveu at city hall work that is being ! «i 1 out h. ti.'
Wedneaday night waa a ,h , 1. I aut Dawes eommi^i ■ •.) ">w ioeat •
,,,h. Aii'„i ,w-.ve.,.,,te 11r—M- ',:r
cut from Purcell and everybody bad u tribal i dations. The convention
fine time. was ut niinously opposed to any|
fiux, with pains i lexington should ha\- a Sunday :i;(
and crampH in my stomach, one third mail. Tho business el'the town de-
ed a bottle of this remedy cure; I tt\e,; niands it and our busineas men should i
Within twenty four hours 1 was out of M.(. that - til
bed ami doing my house work. Mas. j lexington is all right. Just watch
• attack of bio
in v igorous t
Afier Mini, Too.
child story con es from the lively
W. L. Dcnao\n, Bou-aejua, llickmau |,0I- t«k
■ouuty, Tenn. For sale by all druggist
The case of the alleged illegal leasers
of Indian lands was argued before the
district colirt of Pottaw atomie county
at Tecumseh, by Judge (Jreen last Kri-
littlo town of Harrison, Ohio. \ ball I day. The case is om-of great u i-iest
small boy there crawled under the be i as it in vol \ s quite u largo numl er of Tuc la
when his mother wanted to punish |„.,,plo Some of the leases were mad' thing o'\. v' ,ei. ugh to purchase all many curitm- . * -•
him. Bhe couldn't get him poi and. i t\,., tom ond tho looo the books necessar) for the pie. int.
she left him there until hlsftfther and four yoivs ago.and tns leas- . 1 hi Bmcm is this h
turned that evening from thtf city. ershaYe expanded oonsideraols time Contractor Lane is puintng tnecon- narrowgaugo town It cannot supfmrl
\Y hen the fathei came and WfUl I Id and 111 'Iiej ill improvii • these lauds St ruction i if the two-story biick of Ml 1] Ih • ' I
about the case lie started to crawl Judge Scott wil not reader a de -i-; n Menke. .,n I th.f.l|tor .« doing vikon i
under the lied to bring birth bis diso- ,11111 , , , • ut • i i - to k< , ti •• 1 1". II
lieilient aollj batWH slnjott I a,u|> I j ""jj1 j'' ! f(A lar«° "• workmen are ein|.loy-1 .ana-nter in I , n, and II
>n city airs in a sh
] J. II. Shannon voluntarily
I sc.ml bar saloon one day this wet
j thinks of re-opening on the bill
• Al Kay has a new pet in the sh
! a young e*agle.
Is of the mito
1 sod '
ILK Kl'l ^CIVliOF Till:
-. ). T.. May 28,—Workim ;i
• 1 raged 111 i|iiurrying ro< I. a
few miles north of this place uneaitbed
the petrified body of a hiinihi '•
and (tirmlnii a poit ami parcel of ah h"
of rock. Ill blasting till* i' d;:e the 1,1. i
was shuttered into piet es, th« faceidon
remaining intact. From the delicac>
111 ' " . '! I I I
ini 1 Home lietiiiliful Woman, I he ^necim.' 1
it-) is on exhibit and it i being \i wed to
public by "Ci
etighest Honors—World's Fail',
A L. 1 i \ ii 0
trt :i ml Burial lloi
i) 1 J: 1 < 'ru u
..... . Ni|,|,le . 1 ilea,
,, and .' ui'td lleaJ,
| omI per boi. i or rale by druggibtd.
1 For puttir. . 1 - i*. - fine licaithy con-
j . •• try li-. IV.I A Condition I'owdcis.
jitl'.e : .1,1.id dip . i.on, euro
j ,i- . ■ li'.f, relieve e*or.stij)otion, correct
*; i, v h ■ r!. ■ -.ii' destn worms, giving
, Id or - r v. ked borw,
uuts per packa, .. 1 1 wde by tlrt.g^j'A
f \\ 1 OUT VIM A PATKNTf F r o
' . , , , , opin.i.n wilto t<
• t\, . .cut•
a |lon u m li "f in-
IMtcMM m l I"'* t< i'« -
I ti- 1 cj'iii*KOO of HM*1
1 '«.1 Co. rreplrn
..... I 1 • I'"- I't.l-lll! With"
M 1 « t, 'rttiiul pni'fr,
• , |..i *, , 1. 1 i!in I'jr n rliio
■ '1 .j ■■ ■ ""U,T.V"ii V-1
' ' ' 1 ' '' J"
\ k • > ows. 'lul Umo^uwat
when the it'le fellow
in pho alter you, to
r thoroughly the many points in vol v -
i ed in the case.
I outside to keep the Bit.
r weflatten are emploj t|„, |M.Ht ,.nrpeuter iu t
building and the wot 1 is plenty of v.. rk in ti
1 jlie else to do it.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cro.nn of Ta't: r Powder. Fite
f. ,i;i Ammonia, Alum or any otlufii'lultcrant#
40 Yl-AWS Tllli SI ANDARO
I). N. KOSTENi AI
I.ITTI.r: .1 SMiril III ILIHXtl, - - • l.i:.\ I.Mi Tll\
wit j[ jj'g ji^jj Printing Sfoii ISfiflt Try the Lcidsrl
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