Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, September 16, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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Lc.\inu t(>ii Lciu/tT, The ,llan tllat is a11 ral'P0<1 "P
/. <>. FOX. - l-uhlishcr. in promises and pledges is no*.
—— the one to send to mnyre« to
The Of Ho in I Lily I'uper. work in the interest of even
I voter. Frank Mathews has
made no promises to any one, lie
' will be free from the ring- of |>oli-
: tician^ and can do his utmost for
.Sii/>M'r//)f/on Om Viwir One />o//*«r.
.V ti fif/ t r is.
All pay IochIh run until ordered out.
C^l circle it is to tell ,,, ,
J , • All the Cabinet officers have
that vour subscription , .
• left Washington and the work of
is due and it you would
,, , ! the departments seem*
call and pay same it would be I
very much appreciated. NN e are
anxious to send you the paper so
If there is an x in this
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL TICKET
ALTON* BROOKS PARKKR,
Of New York.
HENHY G ASSAM'AY DAVIS,
Of West Virginia,
For Delegate to Cougress.
Of Greer Countv
J DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES :
please settle as soon as possible.
DEMOCRACY YS. COMBINATION.
The Democratic party is cer-
tainly not opposed to all combin
ations of capital. A partnership
is a combination of capital among
two or more. The corporations
which have tended so to develop
the cotton manufacturing indus
try ol the southern states are
combinations of capital. They)
are largely managed by local peo-
ple, who have combined their
capital to establish local indus-
tries in their local communities,
give employment to local labor,
and contribute to the wealth and
prosperity and power of the state. ]
Are we to draw the line against
the local combination of capital
in the local bank, in the local
mine, in the local iron furnace,
in the local factory and in the
development of the local water?
If not, where? Draw it
the genius of the English com
man law has drawii it. Against
the departments seem* to run
along just as well as if they were
present. Cabinet ollicers appear
to be only useful for about sixty
davs when a campaign is on, and I ' or Representative,
if they don't do auy better ser-! J. D. LYDICK.
vice on the stump than Shaw and !
Wilson, their services could be
dispensed with altogether to the
advantage of American people, j For Probate Judge
N. E SHARP.
For Councilman. Fifth District.
K L CRALLE
For County Attorney.
Railroad Time Table.
lUil'A IU s — XOKTH.
3:86 *. 09
2:40 p. m
6 .U) a, id
.. 8:00 a. m
5 . 12:55 a. m
1" 2:20 p. rr
115 (new train) . 4:45 p. m
42.'! (local freight) 3 50 p; in
Numbers 115 and 110 make close con-
nection at Newton, Kan., with trains
to and from Denver, Colorado Springs
and California points, Do not run
south of Purcell.
A. VV HUFFMAN, Agent
I have purchased a large stock of Dry Goods, which I have
placed in connection with my large stock of Groceries. If it
is either Dry Goods or Groceries you want, I can supply you.
Call and look over my Dry Goods.
Yours for business,
Phone 58. Goods deliver-
ed to any part <>t' the city.
W. I). H0LF0RD,
Farmers are taking advantage
of the prices paid fur cotton by
Lexington buyers. They come
here sell their cotton at the very
highest market price and then
buy their goods at the very cheap-
est figures. Lexington was hurt
some last year by new towns but
what she lost last year she is
more than making back this fall.
Our merchants are all satisfied
with the summer trade and are
expecting a great fall trade.
How are we to know whether
or not Hird McGuire is in earnest
tor single statehood. Last cam-
where I1a' n *le thought twenty years
_ would be required before Indian
Territory would be lit to come in
contracts and devices in restraint as a llart of lahoma. But now
Of trade. After those combina- he think# that altera period of
ti on that seek the control of an onl-v two ?ears that territory
entire industry, the monopoly of ,ou^ht be adn\1itted- We know
an entire product. Such con-
tracts and such monopolies can-
not shield themselves behind our
laws, which seek to protect every
vested interest, because being
formed for the purpose of re
where Frank Mathews stands,
always Ins stood and always will
stand. He is for sin rle state-
hood, and is the only champion
of that cause.
For Register of Deeds.
For County Clerk.
F. O. MILLER
For County Treasurer.
For County Superintendent.
F B. SWANK
For County Weigher.
W. L MARTIN.
T. L DAYIS.
R. P. STOOPS.
For Commissioner 1st District
\Y. A. TAYLOR.
For Commissioner, 2nd District.
For Commissioner 3rd District.
J. F. DENISOX.
B. C. CLARK
All kinds of repair work a
specialty. It your watcli or
clock don't work right bring
it to me. 12 years of practi-
cal experience. Don't trust
your tine watch t< an un-
Yours for business.
B. C. CLARK,
Purcell, I. T.
Louis Every Day
It is one of two things. Bird
McGuire either deceived the peo-
ple when lie worked for double
statehood and is now for single
straining trade, or for the purpose New School Books for LeXiflg-
of engrossing an entire line of ton Hifjll School.
V>usiness, they are contrary to the \ye have t[le excbauge agency for statehood or else he is now trying
declared policy of the country, tlle American Book Compauy niul to deceive the voters by allying
arc illegal in their conception, will exchange new school books for i himself to the single statehood
old ones. We will allow 40 per cent cause when he really is lor two
of the original cost price iu exchange states.
for the new books. —
The entire line of new books has
been adopted by the school board.
! These exchange prices cau be had
with cash purchases only.
Owl Dm (, Stori;
^ <). ()() I I
hoi'o a. in.
East of Kansas City this
through sleeper will run
over the Wabash R. II.
For further particulars and litera-
ture of the World's Fair,.
A. VV. HUFFMAN, Agent.
* lux i
WE HAVE THE ONLY
HELL MEAT MARKET,
JAS. CRAWFORD, PROP.
Read the Leader ads, and get bargains.
and anyone investin
does so at his own risk.
The Kepublican Statehood
promise is a good deal like a bot-
tle of pop, there is a whole lot of
ozone and gas about it.
Several Kepublican papers are
making estimates of Mctiuire's
majority and listing the counties
that may be counted for him, but
we did not see Cleveland countv
.on that list.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Report of the conditi
No man ever attained success
who did not make some enemies.
There are those who are always
jealous of some fellow's good
work, and are ready to place a
barrier in his pathway.
Deliance of law is a marked
characteristic of the Roosevelt
administration. The latest deficr
i> Postmaster (leneral l'ayne,
who refuses to appear in court as
a witness w hen summoned to do
so by the proper officer.
Hird McGuire worked hard and
earnestly last winter; but it was
against single statehood. He
made for himself a great record;
he had only one charge preferred
against him. lie did so much
for his constituency; he got them
--ome garden seed.
The young democrats of the
south end of the countv are re-
quested to meet at Keller's Hall,
Saturday, September 24th, for
the purpose of organizing a young
men's democratic club, a good
-peaker will be here from Okla-
homa City and address the club.
National Bank, nt Lcxing'to
Territory of Oklahoma, at th
Imsinefs. September lith. 1 '.♦<)}.
Loans and Discounts
Overdrafts, secured and un-
l", S. BontU to secure circula-
Premiums on U. S. Bonds
Bonds, securities, etc
Banking house, furniture, unci
Other real estate owned
Due from National Bank- (not
Due from approved reserve
Cheeks and other cash items
Fractional paper curi e icy. nick
els. and cents
Species $1 ;;<) J
Legal-tender notes (i,!)7o OO 1
Ke«iemption fund with t'. S.
Treasurer (;" per cent of cir
Capital stock paid in
Cndivided profit-, h expenses
and taxes paid
National Bank notes outctund
Due to other National Banks
Due to approved reserve agents
Individual deposits subject t<
Demand certificates of deposi'
Bills payable, including certiti
cates of dep« -it for mnne)
The Poor flan's Friend.
The great boar, Lord Oxford V
No. 7li)78 at head of herd. Best
Imported anil American blood.
Visitors Welcome at all Times
C. N. CURTIS,
One mile south and two ami one-half miles
east of LEXINGTON, O T,
WE KEEP UP
| Our Stock and You g
I Will Find All of Our |
|Lines Complete at all®
§ Seasons of tlie Year.|
®. li you can not find il elsewhere, no to®
® BLANCHARD'S. They have it and as@
cheap as good merchandise can be sold.@
\Y. C, lihinchcird
Open an account with us and
pay your bills with checks.
It is a great
Territory of < >klahoma |
County of Cleveland )
W'heu the voters realize that
promises don't bring statehood
and that after twelve years of
promises we are still in the same
I. S. A Haye*
moiled hank, do
knovvlege ami b
>f the above-
wear that lhe
he best of my
old boat, then they will
to look for something else
, M\ oonuui
will vote lor I1 rank Mathews ,0t .uu
and have two years faithful ser-
vice rendered the territory.
s. A. IIavKS.
Subseii! ed an<l -worn to befori me
thi- Hth day >f S ptembcr. 1 1.
W. A i'.\BTKI!>GB,
Notary 1'iibi c.
x pi res Oct. 10. 1907.
Wu. T. James,
J no H. Asboby*
-J S l.i m.k.
You can draw your money
out anytime or if you leave
it for any specified time we
will pay you interest on it.
$130,000 00 Capital and
FAIRVIEW STUCK FARM,
Four miles north of Lexington,O.T.
SHORT HORN CATTLE
POLAND CHINA HOGS
Herd Bulls Raven vvood Count iin'l
1M,.">74 and Scotch Viscount 2nd 'J 15,-
31*8, The breeding cows are .select
breeding and in«iiviiiuality. The heme
of the Grand Champion Sweepstakes
Hull and (vrami Champion sweepstakes
Cow at Oklahoma Koval. February 23,
24 and 25, 1904.
Herd Hoar Ax lines Perfection 32,(395
Younn Stock 1 3aU
E. E.„ ALKIRE. Proprietor.
The Leader for Stylish Printing.
vv. j. sTKvENS,
The up-to-date bor*e slioer,
blacksmith and wheelwright.
2 doors north of Ferguson's hard-
Any one wishing to start a herd
of Poland Chinas would do well
to see J. S SCHLAX before
buying, if you wi-li to save
tuouey. Tb s Ir-rd is bended
by Sebring. 32803, and t:nu-
hist'i of such individuals as
Queen Loui, (721)1)5)), Grace-
fu i Model, (73031), Uraeefuli
Beauty, I itiWM), Queen (irace
fill, (.S3,-)(l), and others.
\ isitois always welcome.
Correspondence promptly an-
Farm 4 miles east and mile
uorib of LEX I No 11 )X,OK LA.
Will hook >our orders at any
CIVIL GOVERNMENT IN OKLA. if
F. V. BROCK. M. A.
Illustrated with Pictures. Maps, Charts and Diagrams.
20 Chapters: 20H Pages.
Convieut for Reference—Accompanied by a Large ( p to ddte
May of Oklahoma, 21x28 inches.
Special Introduction Kates tc Schools. Semi for Circular.
Price, $ 1.00 postpaid. Enquire at Bookstore, or Addres-.
\. BROCK, - TONKAWA, OKLAHOMA
W>- Imve just printed 5,000 Chattel iMort^uot'-. wh'n-h ™
W " ' — Xii
W are n<nv for sale. With 500 lots \ (Mi <-et a niee bov tL
W ' j
m made esjieeially for the ])urpose. We will sell 5ct-
worth or as many as you wi~ li. M ail onlers
f)\ prompt attention. We also have a few thousand
'n lvelease of Chattel Mortfjaces.
rs receive \^/
LEXINGTON LEADER Hi
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