Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, December 23, 1904 Page: 1 of 10
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J. M. TUQQLE,
Grocer and Baker
Sells The Best Flour
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(Consolidation of You Alls Doins, Established 1899: Cleveland County Leader, Established 1801.)
"Entered Juno 9. i00;i, ut Lexington. Okla. us Boeond-eluss matter, under Aot of Congress of March <. ik7i ."
LEXINGTON, CLEVELAND COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1904.
I Special Bargains
I at the
j St. Louis Bargain Store
J^until Jan. ist. °5*j
FOR FAVORABLE FARM LOANS AND CORRECT ABSTRACTS OF TITLE SEE THE ANDREW KINGKADE COMPANY. NORMAN. OKLAHOMA TERRITORY
HV wish to thank onr many customers lev their libera! patronaye /'or the past, wear*
anil /«'intffy ask yon to remember as tthen yon scant anyl hiny in onr fine in
ff *isftit*y \*on a niterry Xmas antf Happy •lYir 1 'ear, see are respect/tef/y.
Owl Dru$ Store
ASBURY & REAV15, Proprietors
a/n viraaaxof mtvmusvcs i sxmus. i .un
fOur laeol Carreaponfciils *]
Items of Interest Ciathered by our Associate Editors
During the Week
i her sister, Mrs. Tom Little, has re! Too Mlich Cat
itl,r,lefl hl,me- | "A bunch of lawyi rs wen
_ .Mrs. Jessie Walter, who has been jn „ crowded court renin in
| visiting in Wanette about two or! ,l0is town because . f the o\
| dwelling with a new coat of paint
! anil a very haudsome glass door.
I John McKiuney and wife weut on
:a shopping expedition to Wanette.
Vaude Estes and wife,
Tom Roi.e visited at ti.
The spelling at this place was well
attended last Friday evening.
The school children have organ-
ized a literary society, the object fie-
ing Nie improvement of its number*
in public speaking and parliament
Our townsman E. B. Walker has Rev. Albert Barlwur will preach
been appoiuted postmaster, in this | his farewell sermon at Box, Xmas
city, and will resume all the; duties, night. IJro, Barbour will move to
of his office in the near future. ! the Chickasaw nation, next week to
The retiring postmistress, Mrs. i the great regret of his uiany friend*.
Marshall and family will soon leave! here.
, for their future lioine in Arkan
%as. ! BOX
Hoy Elliott is on the sick list.
Datton Williamson is very sick this
Mrs. Bailey it quite sick with con
Mrs. Nick Lowallen visited in W a-
A. T. Barfer is quite sick at pres-
; ent writing.
Ira Mallow and wife took dinner
, with their father, E. L. Mallow, at
ed condition of the -ingle hotel dur-
ing u si ssion of court," ■ lid a law
yer, when one of them, a practical
joker possessing a reasonable faculty
of imitating a cat. concluded to have!
three weeks has returned home.
Miss Myrtle Mongold was shot
ping in Lexington, Tuesday.
The Rebecca Banquet
The Rebecca Banquet which took -ome fun out of it. After all of
place Wednesday night was quite a them had quited down to sleep, tie
treat to all present. Several very1 started a plaintive moan like a cat.
interesting talks were made by mem-' Another fellow on the opposite side i
hers of the lodge. Before the sup of the r.iom had a similar faculty of
per live wre ititiatid into the1 imitation and was awakened by the
lodge. noise of the supposed cat and re
— ' mark, d to a neighbor: Some oat has
Notice 0. E. S, I got into the room, just wait, I'll imi
on Tuesday evening, December 27,
DDI. Old and young are invited to
a good cheap social meeting. Ladies
bring a good old \tnas pie Com-
mittee. Mesdames J. H. Stull, J.
John-nil, M. Kthridge, Will Ward
and T. Conlev.
Mrs. Arterberry, who has been'
very sick for the past week, is con-
The little chilli of Mr. and Mrs.
Newt Helm is improving very rapid-
John Butler, of Cement, «is v:sit
ing relatives and friends here.
A quiet wedding tool* place at
Hill's Chapel, Sunday. December
ISth, Rev Hill officiating. The con
trading parties were John Couch
and Miss Norwood.
I There will be a special meeting to
in-tall officers or Kadieut Chapter, j
Xo. 21, on Friday night, December'
■ iOth. All members requested to he
Minmi: H i Ten in. W. M.
Mrs. C. G. Fuller has sold her Mrs. Fred Cassey, who has been
beautiful country home to' John visiting ill Lexington the guest of
Horttor, of Lexington, and she and ——— ______—
her family will soon depart for the
far off state of Washington.'
Mr. Ted Milvberry and Miss Lucy j
Bryant were united in the holy bonds :
of matrimony at the home of the
.bride's parents, lust Tue-dav at high
A Letter to Santa Clans
You are earnestly 'invited to be
present at the Baptist church Satur-
day night, as the littl" ones are very
anxious to see you and receive the
presents you have for them. The
little folks will look for you at 7:el>
K ises are red.
And violets blue
So is the man
When his note comes due.
tato a Tabby and will catch the
I Tom. So the two began in 'owing at
each other. The first -opposed it
was a leal cat, and the room being
exceeding dark, they kept, approach-
ing each other, each with a boot in
hand to demolish the supposed cat.
They got together finally, and then
there was an act not down on the
program. Each had aimed liis boot
well, i'.id 'vheii i li'-ht w ;, Mr.a.'h
struck, the two men were mixing it
up badly in the center of the room,
and it took the other lawyers and
the town doctor to get them in pre-
sentable shape for court l!i" follow
Some folks are so particular
And cranky, too, you know
That tlc x never like to see
A woman try to throw:
But there's one kind of a u'.iss
\\ inch never goes amiss:
And that is when a pretty girl
I lirows a man a kiss.
ohn I 'iirl'er, ,f Ti sin min,'.\
and Miss Hattie ("oilman, of
In. were united in the holy
of wedlock at the home of the
parents in the north part of
the city, \V. due-day evening at six
o'clock. Kev. S J. Odoin, of Mc-
I The groom is one of Tisitomingo's
luo'-t p .pnlai young men.
The bride in the luvrly daughter
of Kev. and Mrs. J. W. Coffuuin.
u here the
>le left Thursday
homingo. I. 'I'.,
ike their future
The following marriage perm
have been issued by the pi obi
judge at Norman, since our 1;
John Couch. Henderson
Kmma J. Cantre'll, Ilelsel
Charlie K. Barton, siusher
Hat tin Fox, SI usher
Tlios. I'. Stewart, Nnhle
Carrie Davis, Denver
'ohn Iv Ilider, .Mcf.uiie
Kthel .M. Storey, Hall
Lieuj. L. laisk, Norman
l.ouisii: I5iir-coe, Norman
IohIu'dIi M. Kin;:, -lella
Dora \l. Hull, stella
I* rank Ahre.HK, Norman
■ nuvina M. Maun, Norman
lt d li. May berry, Lexington
Ian y Hryant, I lelsel.
•lohn II. S. Parker, Tishomingo
lluttie (Jotluian, Lexington
< 'harlcv (Kirhanlson, Hall
('anie A. Mntwnhocker, Meduire
< ieo. I.'. IvicIinrdsDn, I lall
Mailt! I.. Kennedy, Noble
Klhert S. Ilowland, Moore
Maudie liruee, Moure
1*raiiK I.. Shields, Ponea ('ity
Lucy J. Pa\ ne. Moore
Samuel Keed, Mardoek
1' an nie M. Seott, Norman
C'loid K. Ilalining, Mardoek
Alice M I'ohaniian. Miinlnck
Cl;iy A evjjnder. l-inden
I*aitiiit* WillianiH, Linden
j The ladies <.
' *eho*>I house wi!
f the Spring
I serve pie and i
ler joins the main friends
isliing them a happy wedded!
i'a li Is Val.
Are having very nice weather at
Mrs. Luper is quite sick at this
Miss Eva Parnell is able to be out
Miss Gracie Jarhoe spent Monday
evening w ith Eva Parnell.
There will be a box supper at Lone
Star Friday night, December 2ilrd
Everybody is invited to attend.
Meselames. Dau Parnell and E.
Duffy spent Suuday at Jim Par-1
Mis. K. A. Brame and children'
spent Tuesday evening with Mrs.
Tom Rose is visiting in T,?xas. i
J. C. Curry moved his family to
Mrs. Applewhite, who has been j
very sick with erysipelas, is better, j
School has been closed at Buck- j
head, this week on account of thej
serious sickness of Mrs. Williamson's |
little sou, Daultou.
Austin Brown, of Pecan, passtd|
thru Buckhead, Tuesday.
Robert Higbee is building a new I
dwelling for Jauiev'Latimer.
J.. D. Douglass has improved his'
11 in I liornton was
ley on Ijii-i
Mis- ( arrie Stiver, who has been
visiting her aunt. Mrs. Tom Thorn-
tun, |,ir n, \ ri! mouths, leturne.l to
her In ii. at Whitesboro, Texas.
W M. I - it! i-l
ri'ly el"<ed his
i.ght. and has taken
us stock. He having
' Hull wa., the cause
coming in. It is
Wynne, of Norman, lias bought \ h<
stock of Hardware and general
Kverytlnng; in the Hardware Line.
EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD AT COST
AND LESS THAN COST FOR THE
NEXT THIRTY DAYS
for CASII only. If yon are in nee d of
in onr line it will pay yon to buy now.
reserved, hut everything ^oes.
Tl;e Wynne Bros, will be here dnrinsj the sale uml will lie g;
have their old friends and customers come in and tak'-
advantage nf this COST SAIJi.
doors Saturd :y
an iuv-'iituiy ul
loit 1um\ ily (<ii
Of tie- civ.li'.
thought tint arr uigcmeiits can be
made whereby he cm tipen up l>\
the first -f tin* \r ir.
U. Wynne, of N';rni;iu, h;i-
purehased the hardware stock i>f
Wynne Uros., and is selling tin* en
tire dock out at ('"-it and I.i^s than
Cost. If you aie in m-ed of anv-
thino in the Hardware line it will be
t. j your interest i > huy now.
Iiobt. Kvans happened to a very
painful though not serious accident
last Friday whil * trying fn open a
box. He in h' me wyy -truck a nail
\\ itli hi-- linyr which tore th«- nail
IT* The linger is healing fast and
it is thought it will l)e well in a few
ft Thurs,la\ after-
it hi, I 'w,i. u here lie
• with fi iends and
i ()kl-ih(tin i (.'it \ i-.
> hare, thi< week.
D. B. WYNNE
Ellen Meshew, Dead.
The little ft iii month old child of
C I'.. Meshew jiassed away last Fri-
day The remain* were laid to rest
in the Lexington cemetery Saturday.
The Leader joins the bereaved ones-
ill their sail hour.
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Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, December 23, 1904, newspaper, December 23, 1904; Lexington, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110203/m1/1/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.