Cleveland County Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 12, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 20, 1897 Page: 2 of 4
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JL iJ ili Llil.A.U.lilB,
By ISD. J3. GTEVEN'H.
Entered at the 1'ontofflce at l.exintrton, Okla-
homa lorrltory( a« «e«ion l class manor, for
tranoralfli «ti t ti rough all mails.
Nni 4cri|i( ion llntra.
A II HO II. CI'IIH'II
onulhnrxed to i .n-
i. I,ii tinjur
ilit- Vi latfo
a a a j.ol i ticu I progjiosticator t
Kingfisher Freo Press cannot
banked upon by those* whose moii-l,
ey hacks ilH'ir opinion?. It sup-
ports Mr. Barnes for governor ami j
Ik? may win in s pi to of M r. Ac# in i rc'n |
foret a>t, but iiinty pefefnt of th •
republican ncu-papers ,-upp<n ' M<
Flynn. '1 In- ll^ht- i^ i .1
cat fight- An ouUitb . ;T! til!
whether it means dead eat 1 or im
cats; whether it is a wedding or 11
wake, and -l democrat has no busi-
ness to try to predict the outcome.—
M cMas ters Week I v.
Lit Aj)Kit sends congratula-
-< t Carter.
I1MMIR KLKJX* iiiinhi,L.'r far ro ele>
,V linn 10 On* othiv of I'rtHce .lndgO subjict to
the will Of ih voter* f>f l.f.xii stun.
ZT. <5II KOI I— \V,. ;i rn nnthnrU) <1 t-> m <"
• thp 11111110 <>f 1'. Of git ih ti <>" '.'l.uc
M«r«hnl of ih«- vi ibive of l.i'kiojrto.i.
| I.. 15 U IN'} i* . iiuli.ia'f' tor nr-l I
J* the rilv of l.e*iiU;to;i, «ubj'.i! t' ti,*' ui
of tiic ri"-i U'.
llu- Vitiligo of
1 notoiee l he cnn-llum /<•! Neal Suii li fortho
office* of Police .lodge n'ml Village Clerk, nub
joct to tho will of the people.
! Council anb l?ousc. :
,8ARIA*KW&• •.*Is**• *'■ * °*C
When the house hasn't anything
else to d' it lakes a crack at the
Oklahoma must have gone re-
publican. Johnson, of Noble e,oun-
Iv, presented a petition memo
1 eali/.iug congress t< pension all ex-
slaves. They'll get it
A bill has been passed which al-
lows anyone to prefer charges of
adultery. The old law \va> that
none other than husband or wife
could prefer such charges.
Fisher's proviso "that any while
child lira} attend a colnpil school
if there be no'objections" will not
do Fisher any good. Neither whites
nor blacks in Cleveland county
want mixed schools nor anything
The house Ins passed a measure
that requires persons to have a
written ptrmit from the owner be-
fore they can bunt on .1 pie
land or highway adjacent. Who
ownes the public highways, any-
way ? If we understand it correc -
ly, one man has as much right to a
public road as another ami from
this fact the law will be ineffective.
Hunry Mctjill h is purchased the
Norm nil Transcript and will in-
dulge in tho luxury of funning a
republican paper. Success old boy.
We wish to apoligi/e to our read-
ers forgetting tangled up i.i a dis-
graceful row 1 his week but assure
them that it was either light or get
licked—and we fought
The Chandler Ne\\ sa>k.-: Harm -
lus a Texas and Arkansas endorse-
ment but >yhero are the endorse-
ments from Oklahoma? Aluigin
the vyaste basket with Flynn'*.
x'he Register has a bad case from
the fa<-l that Purcell is to have a
$75,000 oil mill. This is a good tiling
a'nU we congratulate our friend"
across the river on their pluck and
energy, but the U-gi-ter should
keep its shirt 011 ami not startle
Tho Washington Post has been
having fun with Secretary Morton.
Its latest hit is too good to be over
looked: "The Post is under obli-
gation.- t linn J. Sterling Morton
for his most valuable report on
'tape-worms of poultry.' Hy the
keen employment of that twin
scn-w ai i double expansion logic
for which the boa i of the agricult-
ural department i«: ho m t d, the
writer is able to show that this po«t
which is annoying to the farmers
adding to their mortgage*, i> due
directly to the e< nstaiit agitation
of the financial question by irre-
sponsible persons who do not agree
with the present administration."
Mr. Learncd's council bill 110 pro-
vides that all township assessors
shall asses* their townships by post-
ing notices in three public places
in each school district notifying all
persons residing in such districts
to appear at the sch ol bouse in
said district on the day named and
list their property, the notices to
Dh posted fifteen days prior to day
of attending. It further provide-
that if any person fails to appear
A v< ry pe. uliar decision handed
down by the supreme court last
week was that of Bray vs. Stubble-
iield from Lincoln county. La*t
fall B. F. Bray was elected county
nf\ superintendent of Lincoln county
over Miss Olive Stubnieli -Id, who
liati held Hie office twoyears. When
he came to lake charge, she refus-
ed to give up tho office and he
brought an original Action in the
supreme court to oust the lady. He
produced h first grade certificate
signed by the the county superin
temlentnf Pottowatoinje county,
but not being able to show that
sucti a certificate was ever legally
granted, the court refused to grant
his writ and Miss Stubblefield hold*
the office two y rs I01 . r:
(i. BLANCHARD & CO
5 hpee Knock-Out
Nine-Ounce Overalls ,r)0 cents all sizes'.
Extra Heavy Brown .Muslin, 5 cents | cr yant.
Fust Black I' ^'iiivii Calicoes, 5 cents per yard.
STONK 111'!1.1)1 NT!,
VUliCELL, INIJIAN 1'KKttHTOHY. <i
1 Look, Look, Just Received
A C-All f.OA!) OF RACINE BUGGIES
SOME OF THE PRETTIEST RIGS
AMONG TIIEM EVER IN OKLAHOMA
ALSO A CAR OF TIIE OLD RELIABLE
MITCHELL WAGONS . .
r^atlis, Shingles, Sash and Door? and all kiiuln ot farming Implements.,
Lime and I'aint. We are closing out our large line of Harness at cost.
KELLER & JAMES BROS.
Kiom the Sllyc
Why Is 11?
Why are the people who voted for
bryan and financial reform renewing
the liglit so early af'er tlie election?
liecause more money is the crv of lib-
erty and prosperity, which arc the na«'
lives of American fioil.
■; €5ucational 27otcs. •'
I5y Paor. C. T. Wilson.
.. 6 (, p <• i v;.) o Q
In my article Inst week I made the
fell Ail Your Friends
Why cannot the moneyed oligarchy, ^atenient that the freest man was the
which now rules the United States
have ii permanent abiding place in
America? Because there in no room
for despotism and serfdom to occupy
the land dedicated to freedom by the
heroc3 of the Revolution.
man who controlled himself. Such per-
sons never violate any law. Physical
laws are observed, and he iH free from
pain; civil laws are observed, and he
is free from punishment: moral laws
are obeyed and he is free from sin and
its results. I'estulozzi tlie great educa-
ii' i ... . , ' on resniiH. i esiiiozzi t tie ureat
u hy are all honest men who voted ,,, i ,, ,f- , • , . ,
r \f I-- I. .i tmnal retoriner, in his birth lav a
? , lH.fi.re Ilis institute J.unary\l
suit): 1 he fonmitioi) and education of
mall id to be looked upon niaiulv as a
lo-operation that afisints the inner im-
pulse ofdevelopement of the human
powers. The influence of the forma-
tion can he broujlit to no agreement
with the laws of urinvth of the liuman
A spec i in v
The i HI 1 siry of an
ol divorce to suspend the oporu'lon
of an anted itin^ decree of a Vew
thenHMSsor «. «« any ot h.sf v„rk ,.„nrt earryi, . wit!, it an „|
neiglihors to list Ins priijuTty nn.l,,, <lf U v,j ^
such liRtiiiK xl.nll h„ final. Hut it m „ ulljrh w?,' )l( Iri| t()(|:lv|,
,there be no neighbor pre t ut, tin
assessor shall go to bis residence
and assess his property and add to
the total valuation nil amount suf-
ficient to cover tho cost of assess-
ing the same.
The house ma le a b id break in
passing a bill to tax wholesale beer
dealers per year. Tins will in
no wise effect th*> breweries nor
the wholesalers. Neither will it
prevent the sale of liquors As we
see it the breweries will add the ad-
ditional cost to the wholesaler, the
wholesaler will -iUt it on the re-
tailer, and the retailer bus no re-
course, ns ten cent beer is not to be
thought of. The consequences are
that, in ease the hill becomes a law
small dealers will have to quit bus-
iness ami I he men with unlimited
capital only will bo able to con-
tinue business. They will have to
deal iu short «rtfers and frequent
shipments, and the only ones ti
reap the benefits will be
roads, A long as beer
factured it will be sold, ami as long
as it is sold we are in favor ot ^
jting as much benefit from its sab
the supreme court of this district,
Judge Tru ix presiding. In IS!!')
the superior court of New York
granted to .Mrs. Caroline <'arpenter
a decree of divorce from Dr. Alfred
('. ('arpenter of this city with an
allowance of $-o0 council fee and
*100 a week alimony. Dr. Carpen-
ter entered no appearance in the
case, though present in court on it*
trial. He paid the alimony for
eleven (non I lis and then went to
Oklahoma where he procured a di-
vorce, alter which lie resumed hi
heartened? Because the hope which
wtu: inspired by the promises ol good
times has not tieen realized, and their
faith that less money and more taxation
will give relief has been destroyed.
Why is the gold combination so anx-
ious t.> make it appear that the forces
which supported ISrvan in tliecampaiirn powers. Kducation shall agree with
are falling to pieces and can never rally them. Through agreement of the in-
to give nniteil iMttleagninstplutocracy? Iluences of formation and education
llc ause they know that if the masses with the eternal laws of human growth
remain firm and united, plutocracy will only is man truly formed and educated
ho overthrown and thepcuple set free. Through the contradiction of his means
Major MrKinlev \\ ill, at the time of !![/""'n!,''!"
his nomination will he years "l«flgo. '"i," i' "r''™ed . and de-
Nine Presidents entered the spoiled, just as the plant is crippled hy
house at an lie, agc-Uranl at 17, ' °i h,^1 " •" r '
Cleveland at 4S, (iartield an,I Pierce at firt*'• 1 " organisms of its
49, Polk at 50, Fillmore at 50, Tvler and \nSt'i,nni r \ i • -i i
Arthur at .",1 and lane, In at 52 Clove- .'"Vi'''"T "fpl'vsieal cn-i and
land will he (HI years old two weeks at- " ' V,,!r '« ( hal-
ter his tern, expires. at tei heing formed mental powers are
, , ,. r .. . , (developed—the,will, the sensibilities,
.hnlge ( unditr, of hind, who became | mid the intellect. A harmonious de-
insane over the defeat of W. J. Bryan j velopement of these powers to energizes
and who was confined m the sanitarum n controlling power from within which
at tins point for about two months lias is self-control towards which all tine
removed from the territory and located education tends. A violation of idiyf
mii Danevi".; 111. He writes to I)r. e .l. civil and laws weakens char-
rhreadgill that he is perfect ly sane and acter; character neakejed self-contiol
getting along well, which we are glad is lost and some outward influence must
to kno.y as Judge Cunrlift' was one of he brought to hear upon man to con-
thc briRhteit lawyers in Oklahoma. - troi him. Thus we see thole who are
':de'11; in ih, habits, and who
•J;'.'-''. I'o-yant u; • . -te<1 M.i: im\ " m.-ral >i:flu>'uces are the most
oi,rht «' !ii> liouie ne".i Ih Corn- ! oiftienlt to eonti'ol. No one feels this
• «!' uniy ami more keenly than the teacher. Take a
brought to this place and lodged in jail 'M>y with a bad character, whose
on Tuesday. The arrest was effected J nations are evil; und w ithout an
news. ()tir spring stock lias arrived, replet<^
Jims, and that we are in a position now to jjfive
hettcr ami tit a lowci- pricti than unj other house in'the
1 cn'itofy. (. ijint' and si*c tilt' latest ut
Kor the Ladies and children.
by Charley Fox and Imo. Lawson. Hrv-
ant is ciiaijred with kiliintr Joseph Me-
Carney in that nei#h lorhnrul on the 22
of laiit September. His trial will come
up at this term of t-oiirt.-- I Minseh
Throuph the courtesy of li. II. Men
ke we are in receipt, as an exchange, of
the Cleveland f'ounty Leader, published
at L« xinirton Oklahoma.
coluin/1 folio, neat typographically and
very newsy. We gladly welcome it t
Our table — News-Lctti'V, Dyersville l:i
Thanks brother. When the Lk\okk
irrows to the size and excellence of the
New-Letter, we feel that the compli-
ment would be more in « r ler. As to
I Mrother Menke his many friends
residence here. Since that time lie ' IH'orsvil o will be pleased to learn that
h is paid no alimony on the ground
that the Oklahoma divorce relieved
him from nil obligations for the
the support of bis wife. Council
for Mrs. Carpenter today asked
Judge Truax for an order of seques-
tration against Dr. Carpenter. De-
cision was reserved.
The role of Mepliisto require* no
the rail j mean order of talent to uphold the
is initnu- exacting characterization. Mr.
Roberts is well fitted to the part,
being lithe, gr teelul and manly,
having a deep rich voice, «t ali
as possible, but this cannot be done j times under conti I and with an i
by crushing ou the small dealer to
benefit the larger one.
Iliiitiin A;nliin Fl.iiiii
The Kansas Ciiy Journal of Sun-
day says: 44 We do not want to an-
lioint Flynn governor of Oklahoma
if we can avoid it." This is taken
as a significant remark from a con-
versation with no less a man than
Murk Hanna, and lie said it Col. ( .
M. Points of Oklahoma.
Colour) Points rerehed town yes-1 • ••
lerday morning from a two months Huberts, in her retuiition
business trip to Washington, ami I trusting Uerm in girl Marguerite ,
en route home. Like many other1 *V :l" times leiiutilul and at no
good republlcsw, lie found his tick-wanting in the ropov and
et divided into tvVo sections, one of Mrtisticne^s which at once stamp
'which endeo at Clevelaml tuid the
ticulatiou which few can boast of.
He makes of the part neither "buf-
foon nor does lie tear patsloti to tat-
ters," in his masterly performance
of the "Father of Lies '' He easily
takes rank with the greatest actoi ^
who have been seen in the part and
wdien compared with others loses
nothing, but rather gains in tile lav-
of his audience. Miss Olive Mar-
tin proves a worthy factor iu his
support ami places herself upon the
tint! plane of excellence with Mr.
other beginning at flint point. It
thus became ueofssary for him to
stop off at Cleveland and while
tiiere he concluded to find out,
among other thingwho would he
made governor of Oklahoma, lit-
is very well satisfied with his visit
and insists that Mr. Hanna under
stand* Hit* Oklahoma situation per-
Colonel Points gained the impres-
sion that Hanna likes flynn per-
sonally very much, but while thi*
is true it Will nof go beyond a 'Jol-
ly." it will not reach tjie point' of
l ringing about the appoint meat til
riynn as governor of Oklahoma.
Colonel Points admits that Mr
Hanna did not tell him w|m would
he appointed governor, but Mr,
Hanna hoped lie would not driv-
en to appoint Flynn. ( ol. Points
Wuits M.Ilarucsof (iuthfle ap-
pointed. He did not succeed in > \
acting a promise thatliartios would
lie the m ill, yet he believes lie will
la1, and III tliis he tiud^ much phy-
sical eomfort ami political repose.
Mr. Win. L. ltoVits and Mis-1
plivo Martin, with a gorgeous
scenic and electrical production 01
Fau t \\ ill be the attraction for one j
night only at Browns opera liou
which at unci
upon the brow of the actor or act
ress the talisman of true art. Sup-
ported tiy a company of talented
people, ant) backed by one of th
most stupendous electrical and
scenic productions of (he age, the
attraction promises to be tho treat
of tho theatrical season.
Keller A James IJros., on
largest lumber and implements tlrino in
Oklahoniu, have dissolved partnership
Mr. Keller retiring from the firm in ei-
der that lie may give all Ins attention
Jo the duty of county rcc nlei, to which
otiice he was elected last fall. The man-
agement of this popular linn will now
be in the hands of Mr. Fred .lames, a
young man of sterling worth, ami ex-
ceptional ability. They will continue
to handle the best of everything poin .
See change of ad next week
Mr. Itobeit K dilo. reqm -
t y that he is a eamlida!- eiu
lice judge or the fiost-cllice. In m-iii.
manner an iiupresHion to thiseffeet lots
uoiie abroad, but tberumoriM without
foundation. He is, however, after an
appointment as deputy LT.H marthal.
Mr. K;ihlo is a life long republican, a j ha
gentleman of pleasing address, and de-1
erves well at the hands of his party.
AdolphThill, of Purcell was iu town
011 business Wed need ay. He in com-
pany with his wife narrowly escaped in
an accident w hich happened to them
w hile out driving the lirstof tiie week.
The team became frightened, tore tie
still has that delightful failing of
always doing Rome neat little act o
courtesy for some one. This trait ii
what makes him so popular with every
On last Monday morning Mr. F. 1'
Moseley received a telegram informing
him of the sudden death of his wife at
their late home in Lexington Ok. Mrs.
Moseley had been slightly ill for a few
days, but had been growing better ami
thinking there was no cause for fear,in-
sisted upon her husband coming
Wynnewood and closing a trade he then
was making foi the Hudson stock of
goods. The Republic and citizens of
Wvnnewo d extend their sympathy
Mr. Moseley iu this his sad affliction.
William Coolev an old California
miner, who is reported to he under ar-
rest at Ft. Sill, charged with being an
intruder, says that before they w re
molested, his party located some very
rich ores, lie (had area that in the great
mother of the Wichita mountains is
one of the greatest carbonate belts in
the world. He savs the ledges so jeal-
ously guarded bv Indians for years are
very rich, and when the real fact be-
comes known the rush w ill be so great
that all the troops iu the country can
not keep the crowd out.—Landmark.
A long, lank, gawky country bov
drove into Norman last week, ami af-
ter wandering up and down the streets
for an hour or so, stopped in front of an
empty store building to gate at a win-
dow hanger advertisement of someshow
company, in a little w bile lie wasjoin-
ed by one of the town loafers, ami be-
fore long by another and then two or
three more. The former said not a
woni bill continued to look* AfU , h ill
an hour bad passed, one of the more
curious of the loafers could not stand
it any longer and he asked the farmer
boy what he w as looking at. Rube
turned his head slowly and answered:
"I was just try in' to see how long a fel*
lar could 'tend his own business in this
town without some durn fool Wantin'
to know what lie was doiiiV
Hostilities have opened already be-
tween Mr. Jay Sherman and the i-i \n
kii office, a.el there's no telling where
tion lu is hard to control. It is certain
he must have brought to bear upon him
some influence from without that will
control hinr Just what these influences
shall be, and just how they must be
brought about, is one of the great ques-
tion'. the solution of which, the edu-
cator*, of the present are trying to work
Proper h* me influence will aid the
solution of this question. Give us bet-
ter heme influences and we shall hav
less trouble in controlling the child and
forming the man. (Jive us better home
influences and the educators of our land
will turn out fewer crippled characters.
I am convinced that there must he a
reformation in our homes as well as in
our school rooms before there is an
awakening and developement of those
inner forces that forms the man.
To form character the growth must
be from within and tlie influence from
without must be in harmony with the
forces within. This is why psychology
has became a part of our pedagogy. I t
is to enable the teacher to have a know
ledge of those inner forces that point to
an eternal developement. Within the
child these forces are potential, and the
controlling and turning of these into
kinetic energy is the education and
grow th of man. This law is eternal
and IVstalozzie became cognizant of the
fact through his keen philosophy. That
man is our best teat her who has the
clearest insight of the psychical powers
ot the child andean bring about a de-
velopement of those powers. The pow -
er to feel, to know and to do is God's
supreme gift to man. It has enabled
him to all grand achievements; it has
plac« d him upon a higher plain of ac-
tion than aiiv other of His creations, it
gives him an inheritance in the beyond
through eternal developement.
4>imm| : Hi Ml for *«tlo
4 miles north of Lexington; good wat-
er; lo acres under hog fence; J'Jt) acres
iu cultivation; good orchard. Call on
or address W. U. McDonald.
'tinny lu I OH It.
I'or short time loans call on W. H.
Nichols insurance & Real Kstste agent.
Notice is hereby given that the part-
nership heretofore existing between K.
I. Keller, W.T. James and F. W.James
and doing business under t lie firm name
of Keller A James Bros, is by mutual
consent dissolved; Mr. Keller retires.
W . T and I \V. James w ill continue I
have just what tliey
Something neat, and easy, and all in the'very latest styles. Ask-
to sec our Ntnv "Coin" toe and the Box calf with velvet tops.
The latest things out and sure to please you. All our goods
warranted the Ik st article Cor the money.
T. C. Woods, Purcell
J. W. DOWN A HI)
CHICKASAW NATIONAL BANK
CAPITA \, PA-fI) IN xoO.OrO
M Ul'irs KI ND Siuooo.
A. I). HAWK
DIRECTORS—1?. J. Love. J. F. Sharp ,1. \Y. Cownaril
A. D. Hawk, Ilonry .Johnson. Sa amanca. N. Y.
la'fje "I small. Every facility of-
customer* consl!lteot wltil Conservative banking
t.t ii:st ti mi: c.ini).
A. T. Ji S. F.
o . Arrives dally, - 1
Hi. * epnrt.- d iil v, - - :t.
t>7. Arriver <lnily ... 2.
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The beat one dollar a any house in Lexington, „L.a[ Hna olo,
/.| le«sant home for regular boarders. Call and see us, South side llroadwa
M , \\ a 1.1,.vet", Proprietress
It vteh fl.o i lV.-t dav
ItoAUI) $1,03 I'KK AVKK1".
Kverythsnj neat and clean
THE SANTA FE HOTEL!
Mj;s. .n:\.\Ili M CDUD,
Kvorythlng new and strictly flret clan llooms neat olean and aicy.
tables are supplied with the host tho market a or is. Wo Invito the I
land county people to ca 1 and seo us when in Purcell. Meal# i', cents.
II. COLBY, M . D ,
J. tlOUKUr ELK IN,
OEM. UA L I'UAC'TITION Kit.
IL1.L A: Kl 1 TKR, Proprietors,
Beer Always on
KKNTLVKV WHISKIES. BIIXIAHO AND
Is. W. IJooli
I). II. McCKKj
I'll VSK 'I an
Wanted -fln Idea
I STot«®t yoot- Mms: thpr i
Who can think
S5?iHr;rE: ;ho l'u,,eoU i.«oVdry""s;p
, North Sid0 MlU" 8L- Lexington
/ i i st ( hi m !!ii rbci M
dint Arihliv Hair /tress?rs
your patron acre. Aironts for
collect all a
v lio w ill pay all )>i 1 Is uinl
Persons wishing to subscribe for the
Lkaokk can leave their names with Col.
Lauey at the |>ost-oflice, who will re-
ceipt them for all amounts.
Firit. I'ubliflLtNl Kelt. 20
NOTICE FOll PUBLICATION
liiirnl Jflicc at Oklnhniiln C'ity, 0. T..
Ki'b. r. M-7. I
Moll ix tiorpliy aivrn that tho folhvrinf
mi mud settler hnj illc l noticv of Iih intontioii
ti mttko li ti til pro t in <<u|i|nirt of hid elnim and
Hint Mil lit |ir«ol will be iiiu.Ih hpfnrc the |'r>
i> t l i'lgr of ("level iiul <'ouiity m I Norninn, o,
T, on Mm«*i'Ii lsi'T. y,t. Alexnn.hr V.
Smith, for th * lot# fi nti<| T ot «eotiu.i (!, town
. E. Elkin,
Collecting Agt j J
*> £. 4'/, ^ VM£. t±3 ,
• | W. L. Guflili
Bat et!, Feb. l "i tHt>7.
W. T. James.
V. w. Jau.es
ip a noi
1st) i i '
sale «;i loase at from $4 to $7
\ I ho thirty-f've rlaims all the
11700 t $3.7(60eat h. Call autl
f you want bar^aiiib in real es
C. F. Ei.kin.
•In l.« .narrow. A. liotobia. Thou
V.Inil Ol l.cxniRt Ml. O. 'I . ii mi K<Ir >r
ullcr. Norman, 0, I'.
It. M. 1ULLKV. Hegiiicr
'(l NOTARY" PUBLIC.
i AND CITY AUCTIONKKll
aii hi inn* wt - mi siyiv bent us word
to hiiie ami when h«* comes to town or
i Uf correct the error. To avoiil blood-
sited we tiastefi to make the correction,
(lis cattle art all thoroughbred l)ui-
■' ' 7 I ii.' '' i i ii i i«-i , i nil- 11 l Kll n lit 11 , hiii- i i ii-
l i l . —• i «I. 'I lioso Wlio liiil to see it | buyirv up and threw Mr. and Mrs. Thill
is III nii^M a jfreiif treat.
out hut fortuuatclv m itlie
? hurt. I
Mr Wm. L. It lierts supporteil
hy Miss Oliver Mar lio in tin ir fit*
moils production «}f"l'.iu^t ' will l
the attractloo ut Brown's Opera
House, Feb. U.'lrd, autl remember
"Wherever (i.'d elects a Iioiim* of
prayer, the Kvll ulwuys builds ti
ch ipel there."
i. oi tin- ti wo, and within the incor-
porate limits, are hen bv, respectfully
notitied to iciuove said bodies, hciotc
February 22nd, l.'J'.T. as after that datr
the City Council will order all remain
iiijz bodies to be removed to the pothers
I .OK ill lV.il
ry "f oklnhom i, f
y of Clevrlmiil. i
•orlnt Court in an.I
r.o <on i'tuiatlfl'.
imp-irII. Oi li'll li
All nccoiints Intruflod io my enru will
i-r.mpi Bitnirlmi. | «
rc r lur trilM thiounh tho country «
iiii'l visit nil i«ii,nil town* nitbin u ®
rioliiM of inilct ,
SEND MK YOUR BILI.& t
('HAS, K KLKLV, J
LKXINOTOV, (). T 2
V|V; " " 0 " V
NKIV VOHK 1.1 FK
ill A VKI.KRh' Al'l'l DEN T.
Tho vory best companies in
tield ill tin
main t aina
lant. t !
• k p m. |
boms Htaiiile> and is di«i. M-roiiM tu t
sanitary condition ot the city.
All parties wishing to remove hodi
iu persuanee to the above notice, w
tlrnt apply to l>r. It. F. Thacker, Health | iy • i
t)(llcer for a permit.
J. U. VIVIAN. W. T. .F\mi:S,
t'lerk. P T Mavor.
I property l«*vie<l n
> I nit, J. V i'umn*
in fiivnr ut l.mti*
• V, MM, sluritt.
I'HU'lvS TUB LOW BST
TBKMH THE EA8IKTT
A. K W
I'iiri'cll, I. T
Have a Watch
'1 hut nocds ropnlring you will
wunt tho boat workman pi-OLura-
bio to woik on it I positively
pi'nrnnteo all my work mm will
Left at (irlftith'i drug storo will
receive pioinpt and careful atten-
tion and if possible returnod same
day ns roctoved.
F. A. TRUE,
PIJRCFLL, IND. TF.R
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Cleveland County Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 12, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 20, 1897, newspaper, February 20, 1897; Lexington, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc108954/m1/2/: accessed February 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.