Cleveland County Leader. (Lexington, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 29, 1900 Page: 4 of 8
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<£lcr?elanb bounty * caber
I). LATHAM and C. W. COOMBS
editors ani) phopri*toks.
KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION!
A uvekt18inu ratks
Reading locals 5 centi per line for tac1! In-
i"ivril< ll ^O V®r ni"nth' .
Display *d« S) cOiiU an inch single column
•nffS lvertl«ing continued till or iered nut and
tor 8i*teu.outi will be presented at clo.e
of (n rh month.
Com is selling- on the streets
of Lexington to-day at 31 cents
Cotton in this market to-day is
bringing S2.80 in the seed and
$'). 10 for lint.
.KAHN & EINSIEDEL
First I)<K>r East of Post Office,
Purcell, 1 ml. Territory.
Dry Goods, Clothing
Boots, Shoes, Hats,
f Wintry Blasts are Here!
City hall, Saturday night, De-
cember 1. Statehood mass meet-
ing. See the Call on first page
Every business man in this
town should attend the statehood
meeting at the city hall Satur-
day night. Don't forget it.
Mass meeting Saturday night
at the city hall, Lexington, to
choose delegates to the county
convention at Norman on Decem-
ber 3. Come out all you people
who want single statehood, and
see that we are represented in
the county delegation to the
South McAlester statehood con-
Senator Pettigrew put the free
hemes bill through the senate,
l'ettigrew is a big man. He
made a campaign of gratitude
snch as Flynn made in Oklahoma,
but the Republicans of South Da-
kota would have none of it. 1' ree
homes ment more to Dakota than
to Oklahoma. Pettigrew was de-
feated by the Kepublicansof South
Dakota, who refused to be taken
for suckers. In Oklahoma, Flynn
was elected by the votes ot Tern >-
crats and Populists, who played
sucker because "Dennis got us
free homes."—Guthrie Leader.
Our stock has been selected with the utmost care and
purchased at best advantage and we cordially invite all
to come and examine the same.
■ our prices
Are as low as possible and we feel confident that we can
give you entire satisfaction in every respect. Give us a
FOR Cotton we will pay The highest Prices
which the market affords, j* J- j* j*
KAHN & EINSIEDEL,
But you can protect yourself from the,
uncomfortable effects of the cold weath-
er bv supplying your wants from the
large and complete stock of new, fresh
Dry Goods and Clothing
Boots, Shoes and Furnishings, ' ^
which have just been received and opened
for your inspection at the large double store
T. C. Woods & Co.
Purnell, I. T.
A. D. HAWK,
L. C. WANTLAND,
W. M. TOM (.IN,
The Rebecka lotltfe of this city last
Friday nitfht )?nve a banquet and social
hop to their members here and friends
of kindred fraternity at Purcell, re-
turning the entertaiuinent given by
the Purcell lodge the week before.
Many visiting friands were present and
participated in the exercises.
Methodists, notice—Rev. E. L. Mas-
sev, our presiding elder, will preach at
Methodist church in Lexington
mext Saturday at 11 a. in., and hold the
.first quarterly conference at 2 p. in.
He will preach on Sunday at 11 a. jn.
and hold communion service. Every-
body invited. 11 1L Henry, pastor.
The Rebecka lodge at Moral will give
a Thanksgiving picnic to-day and have
invited Lexington and Purcell lodges |
•t i join in the festivities. Many parties
liere will attend.
Mr. J. N. Smith has just received a
large line of clothing and gents' fur- i
nishing goods, which were bought by
Kelley bowden while in St. L'-uis re-
" Charley Klkiu was on the sick list
' the first of the week.
Mrs. J.T. Kienlien sold her farm this
week to J. J. Stephens, of Oakland.
I. T., the Leader leal estate company
making the sale.
Pan. Jackson who have been down
fur sometime with kidney trouble is
ab'e to be up again.
A nice parly was enjoyed by a large
crowd at Mr Schuinaker Tuesday night
Every one reports a nice time.
T. K. Allison, of Cripple Creek, Col.,
is visiting in the city. Mr. Allison is
a brothei-in-law to Johnny Jackson.
He will probably remain here all win-
KMcr Hopper, of Red Oak. wits in
town I his week, on Imisnt-ss.
.TJt roller and wife spent the even-
ing w■ tli J- "d wile, last Sun-
Wanted—A. .I. Carter wants all the
cotton pickers he can get. Inquire at
his place, 0 miles north of Lexington.
Hub Marcuni's linshop lor 24 gunge
well tubing, guttering and tin roofing.
Kepairing done satisfaction guaranteed
St. Louis and San Francisco
TAKK the .uost popular route to St. I.oui.h
and lt points East. Kama* City -lid all point*
North and Welt. ,
.Santa Fe train< make c ose conncction at UK-
1 ihoiua City and Wich.ta for all points on the
Fr soo line.
St. Louis anil Kansas City Mail ami Express
leaving Oklahoma City at 0:50 a. m. daily ar-
rives in St, Louis the foUowiug morning at
7:2", making cl"se connections with all trains
for the E t.
Train No. 7, leaving St. I.ouit at 9;U) p,
daily arrives at Oklahoma City at 6 p. in. the
Through reclinin* curs free without charge,
also Pullman Palace sleepers from Oklahoma
City to St. I.oais and Kansas City.
Further information will be cheerfully ifiven
by the nearest a*ent. or B. F. DUNN, iJistrict
Passenger agent, comer Main street and
Douglas avenue. Wichita, Kansas,
URY AN SNYDER, O. P. A., St. Louis.
The Chickasaw National Bank,
Of Purcell, Ind. Ter.
Solicits banking business of all kinds and invites personal visits
R. F. GROW,
Santa Fe Rou'e
A Plain Duty stands Pra-
for Stockmen eminent.
LIVE STOCK At Chicago,
December 1st to 8th, 1900
"It will be to the cuttle interest* what \ule
h to the educational interojtf."
" University for Stockman"
IRON BEDS i,
Combinat on BOOK CASE
and WRITING DESK
BEDS—all sizes and prices
MANTLE FOLDING BEDS
DINING TABLES and CHAIRS
BED (OUCHES AND LOUNGES
SIDE BOARDS and BOOK CASES
K ITCH EN SAFES and CABINETS
BED SPRINGS and MATTRESSES
Full stock of Moulding, cut to
fit any :uze picture.
Sewing machines from the best
to the cheapest.
Glass to fit any size window.
A full and complete line of
The Lexington National Bank,
Accounts of Farmers, Merchants and Corporation
Solicited. Accommodations extended based on balances anu
An exhibition of pure bred beef cattle, inut-
ton iheep, teer« nnd draft taor e*. thippinff ^ _
SETUPS!- ; Caritfls ami Matting just received
showing the value of foods anil their effects acd ' _c
th. manner of scientific f.eding , , The only Complete lllH O
SANTA FE ROUTE
the ncknowl«d*ed luporior line, will sell j
excursion tickets at rata of one tarn plus 12
for the round trip.
Santa Fe a<ent lor pirticulur*.
W. S. KEENAN, <i. F. A.,
<lnlve*t"n. Tex a
P. H. MILNER,
A. M. PERDUE,
If you ti • the best Ha;
ness and Baddies, if"
want yoir boots and shot,
mended, if you want your
buggy repaired, call on
All work done on short notice and
guaranteed strictly first class.
Embalming Scientifically Done.
A Hearse furnished on applica-
Railroad Time Table.
Pacific coast and
Clii, aao limited 3:25 am 3:3.} am
K C Express 2:20 pm 2:40 pm
Local Freight. .. 7:00 am
Texan Express 12:45am 12:55 am
Texas Kxpress 3:00 pm 3:15 pm
Local Freight.. 2:15 put
fDuily except Sunday.
U. \V. KOUKKI
STo the Trade
Don't forget to call on us before buying your
[Hardware, Queensware, Tin-j*j
x ware and Glassware. 3
xj We have n full line on himil anil new goods arriving g
Xdaily. We also are agents for ^
xTira BIBDSKSLL WAGON g
1 J. 0, ABERNATHY LUMBER GO. |
Cleveland county herd of
HoKistorcd Polnnd Ciiiuas.
Can fill orders at almost any
time for as good piv;s> as the
Poland China strains aflord
at reasonable prions.t)uality
and pedigree considered.
Pigs Guaranteed a s Represented.
J.S.LiTTtJt, Lexiugton, O. T.
r>OHT. F. THAC'KEH,
KEL. v H HLD'O.,
(ieneral Practitioner of
Medici' e anil Surgery.
LEXINGTON, O. T.
Attoksky at Law. lwt*utv years ex*
perifiice. Will practice in I ho courts i I
Oklahoma mid Indian Territory. Lex-
ington, O. T,
Ten head oi thoroughbred Poland
Chins piu« for stile. Seven miles ea l
wf Lexington, by 11. Friend.
XYellow Pine and Cypress Lumber, |
X Sash, Doors, Etc. J
^ A. DUNN.
physician and sritc.r.ON
l.-aatirnr-jLil I lim.- rt mimTOnti.-.vra. «r.iniar.inCT.Tir«s -J
I To The Dent'. I
A rich lady cured of h«" deafness and
noisinlhe head by Dr. Nicholson s
| Artificial ear drums, pave 810,000 to
... I hU Institute, so thatdeaf people nnabl«
(icneriij |i*® |t'fA i '■i;*il,'?tunUo.i1 rl'i'irj It" prnvnro the ear drums may have
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Di'iMites. (Mlireovcr Cnmpb«!IM ru« ; tlu'in £rw« A«l<lroHs, No. 14h(i, >1
j s. ii Institute, 780, Eighth A venue,New
rCKCELl. INU. TKK. > Yolk, U. .S. A.
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Latham, George D. & Coombs, Charles W. Cleveland County Leader. (Lexington, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 29, 1900, newspaper, November 29, 1900; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109013/m1/4/: accessed June 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.