Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, July 21, 1905 Page: 1 of 8
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Ail the News
All the Year
(Consolidation of You Alls Doln«, Established 1899: Cleveland County Leader, Established 1891.)
"Entered June 9.19P3, at Lexington, Okln. as second-duos mutter, under Aet of Congress of March 3.1879."
LEXINGTON, CLEVELAND COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JULY 2i, 1905.
Clothing at Cost
Hurry, hurry, don't miss it
St. Louis Bargain Store
FOR FAVORABLE FARM LOANS AND CORRECT ABSTRACTS OF TITLE SEE OKLAHOMA FARM MORTGAGE COMPANY,
/ Successor to \
\ Andrew KingkadeCompany. J
norman, oklahoma territory
Farmers National Hanlc
Hoes a General Banking
We are buying some good
J summer weather.
J. yudlan made a flying trip to
Norman last week.
Brother Kodgers of Eason Lodg
has been i|uite sick.
Brother James Qullati has been
on sick list for a few days.
Mrs. Jim Quillaa spent Sunday
with her father, I ncle liillie Grace,
John Dare, who has been :tt Lex
iugton taking treatment is improving
Mrs. Hugh Austin from Hall, vis-
ited he- parents at this place lust
Messer.-.. Polly Jim Cjuillan and
family and J. K. Quillan and niece
attended the I'ublic Instalation at
Local Correspondence tte BiptM ctnrehit mlte
: at S;3l) p. m., Thursday of last week,
Prof. Harris commenced k t \v o
month's school at Star, Monday.
Thu corn crop is good.
Cotton crop is poor, owing to so
Shanks, of Lexington.
Miss Nellie Giles played a beauti-
ful wedding march a- thev entered.
Homer Nichols and family, of near ; , ,
... , t i t'je bride being attired 111 pure white
Koohevelt, are visiting J. M. Jackson I , ,
,. . I and wore orague blossoms. After
and family this week. j ,
j the ceremony the guests were invited
Quite a large crowd attended the | to the home of Uu. brillei u.L,re a
nice supper was in waiting.
The bride is a pure sweet girl, who
is loved by all.
The groom is a rnorol. honest and
industrious young man.
They left Monday for Carnegie,
l >k . their future home.
We wish them a long ami prosper-
ous life, with much sunshine and
ice cream supper given at the home
of A. B. Clement Wednesday night.
All report a nice time.
The Little River Baptist Associa- ,
tion will commence a three day's
meeting at Liberty church Wednes-
■ Our singing teacher, Mr. Strickle.
tiasu't been out to singing for three j
Sundays. We do not understand , few shadow s.
what is the matter.
Holsenbake Chapel Y,
1 Geo. Colvert's little daughter is . .
\ery ill with fever. '
ben Boggs left
We have nice weather now and the Portlandi 0[e^u
farmers are all smiles.
Miss Sallie Percy spent Sunday
Base Ball Game.
There was an interesting game of
ball played Sunday between the
View. unite , large „„ „it„, s„,|i(. M|i„ «" « - >~
pre.enHmlwilue.jeJ tie in.,,re,jiie „„re lh>. 0, Mi Jrt ; " « h'" """ " "H™'
ceremony performed by Rev. T. O. Monday. d'd twelve inning game, and neither
• ' ; side scored until the third inning.
Mrs. Smith and Percy, of when Lexington found the ball and
Lexington, is visiting at Mr. Hoggs, made two scores. In the eighth inn-
this week. in^ both sides stood five and live and
Mrs. l'.dna Avey am' children, of i" the twelfth inning Purcell made
Lexington, spent a few days with two scores.
her parent-, this week.
Misses Hird J-ioggs and Edith
Hunt and Prank Hoggs spent a few-
days in Norman, last week.
Mesdames Smith and Hunt. Miss-
es Birdie Hoggs and Edith Hunt and
Mr. Ben Boggs visited at E D. Jar-
boe'.-. Sunday evening.
Misses Hattie Scott and Mary
Peters, of Lexington, and Prof
E. Johnson, o f Ticumseh, wen
OXFORDS, SANDALS AND TIES
\Aj Ol II stock of summer Shoes w
propose tu saeriHct
next thirty (30) days.
opportunity to bu\
Cut Sillies. AIso
for room for
entire stock of lawns.
\\ ili lie dosed out at COST and this
CASH OR CREDIT!
Score in the twelfth inning -.tood
seveu to live in Purcell'* favor. Both
sides played an excellent gan.e which
was witnessed by a large crowd.
Services Sunday: Sunday school
! at 10 a. w.; preaching at 1 1 a. m.
There will be
Try Us Once.
• - i!! V!
cf raiu in this
P mere win oe no preaching at our
church at the evening hour,, the Music by the baud.
guests at E D. Jarboe's, Tuesday ! congregation worshiping with the
Central Christian people at tk
Preaching at Spring Hill at M |
m. All cordially invited.
The Baptist Indies' Aid S .ciety Stationary at this oliic.
will give an icecream social at the the best of satisfaction, sav-, an ex"
home of Mrs. J, W. Marcuui, Eri- change. Last week we 'printed a
day. July 2sth. Everybody invited, thousand statements for one man
and he collected
i'hree weeks a l'
. i lls lias brought a brand
with Miss Georgie Dodsou.
Mrs. Carry and children, of Lex-
ington, spent the week with W.-N
Lee Belew and wife, of Corbett,
spent Sur.d.iy. with Mr. Baggett and
Jim Smith, who has been very sick
w ith conjestive chills is improving at
The musical entertainment -given
'at J. W. Belew, Saturday night was
enjoyed by all.
Miss Edith Hunt spent Sunday
with Miss Nettie Stevens.
Miss Bertha Leach, of Norman,
is visiting Miss Bird Boggs.
J. W. Stevens and wife, of Lex
iugton. were visitors at Mr, Puryei's
Jesse and Miss Eannie Whistuant,
of Norman, spent a few days with
the Mioses Nesbitt, last week.
Miss Nellie Giles returned to her
- home at Apache, after a three week's
visit with friends and relatives.
Misses Gracie Jarboe and Mary
Peters returned to school at Tecum
sell, after a two week's visit with
Nute Giles, of Apache
visited date Marrow, thi
I E r. w
Wednesday for new organ.
Mrs. J. D. Cautwell visited her
Oklahoma,! so Sunday.
week. I Harnie Dare made a trip to Lex
T. I), Shanks.
a small fortune.
' a young mm
bought of us some paper and envel-
opes to write to his sweetheart—he
is married. Another young in in
forged the name of a friend t ■■
(io\eminent Building at Lewis unci Clark Exposition,
The I nited States Government Constructed in the Snauish
buildings at the Lewis and Clark
Centennial ar-t of a magnitude and
splendor worthy of the nation and
the occasion. There are five build
ings in all, the main structure being
connected with three smaller ones In-
ornate peristyles, while the fourth
smaller building, the t'uited States
j Life Saving Station, is located west
i of the group, on the shore of Guild's
Lake. The building cost .$250,000.
The front of the main building is
spanned by live arches, each forty
feet wide, supported by Coriutbiau
columns -14 feet high. The building
I sauce sty Id of architecture, in har-
mony with the ether tnain exhibition
palaces, the building is, from an
; architectural standpoint, one of the
| finest in exposition history. It is
i situated some little distance from the
! lake, which it faces, and. beiuc di-
t 1-. \\. Erasius, of the Southwest-
jern Crop Bulletin, of Wichita, esti-
j mates the wheat crop for the differ-
j eut states as follow s: Kansas 07,-
■ 000,000 bu.: Missouri .'14,000,000
bti.: Oidahotna 14,000,000 bu
Texas 0,000,000 bushels.
The Dallas News Second Cotton
Report lor the season of 1SJ05 shows
that the acreage in Texas, proper, is
IS per cent less than it was in 1004.
The June report showed a reduction
of !S:0, percent. Indian Territory
Hurt age is now shown to be (J:oil
per eeut less than it was in 1SJ04,
the June report showed S.li'.i. Ok
lahoma acreage is now shown t<- l
i 1 <>: 1 1 percent below 1U04, the June
re,port showed 1 N:51.
Condition of the crop is compared
with the crop of last year at the cor-
responding period. On this
Baptist Society Meets.
I he Ladies Aid Society ol the
Baptist church held it- regular meet
mg at the beautiful home of Mrs. E. j check printed here, and he is non in
J Hawk. \\ eduesday a f t e r n on n . the penitentiary. Another fellow
Those preseut were Mesdames Gree stole some of our paper to make
more. Perry Isoni, Marcum, North-'cigarettes and he is dead. By using
cutt, Baughman. H. O. Smith. Tom our paper you can collect old ao
Hme, Robt. Isoni, O. E. I'pp and |counts, tell fortunes, make raiu,
S. \\. Hutchiu. and Misses l-'ox and change color of hair, have teeth ex-
Marcum. Each member brought traded without pain: find out the
work aud all hail a nice
aul> and fruit were served.
will meet with Mrs. ,1. \\,
next Wednesday afternoon.
name of your future husbac
wife, be successful in Inisines'
Marcum, umph over your enimies and
elected tu ollice. Givt
Why Wallace is Bad.
The marriage of Miss Viola Col-
lins aud Mr. Thos. Giles performed
rectlv opposite Columbia Court, the
main plaza of the Exposition, the
view of the main Exposition picture
obtained from it is entrancing. The
space between the buildings and the
lake shore is
the average for Texas is 12:1
Indian Territory 11:21 wor-
homa 1:"ili percent better.
New York, July Is. -Engineer
Wallace, who ipiit the Panama canal,
is to be associated ivith a syndicate
headed by (ieorge Wentin^'honse,
that proposes to construct eh-ctric
lines in various parts <>f ti,- c ;im
The water and bonds ami cost of
construction and mistakes makes a
total cost of the average steam rail-
road far above a new electric line
that can do the same service aud do
basis it cheaper. The freight rate
: Ok la
general proposition are mad
er cumbersome operations (
roads and the total cost of
ment. Electric roads can
work better, cheaper and
There is much alarm over the new
Evangelist H. A. Northcutt, who conditions. An electric line from
iceupied by beautiful is conducting a revival meeting in '1Hre to Chicago, handling freight
the tabernacle at the Central Christ ^',heH',er H",'1 nli,king the Twentieth
I he 1 -rritorial pavillion is located tian church, is meeting with much , f'l"". '' s''|u a long itnl hantiv lif
s traced bv Svo towers •.««.!, r.f. * n , c* r .1 . .. .. , ^ coach, is causing aiarm atnon«' the a ,UI1K « nd naj)[)y hie
. the man, building, aud success. Mr. Northcutt is an able community of interest contingent.! -
w „ch IS J,0 feet high and surmount the Eisheries pavillion to the west, and entertaining speaker, which is who own'the railroads Th
ed by a dome. The roof of the main | the irrigation building being behind shown bv the large audience
At Denton school house Sunday
evening Miss Mae Myers and Mr.
. Claud Blackwell were united in mar-
I lie bride was dressed in white
organdy and w.>re ii bridal Veil,
which was very pretty. She is one
of ( levelaud county's m at popular
Mr. Blackwell i^ a pn sperou-; and
energetic young man, who has al-
ways been an honest and upright
Elder Hopper olliciated. Misst-
Bessie Belew. Mabel Eschwig and
Messrs. Louis Higbee and Scott
Blackwell were the attendants.
I lie Leader joins the many friends
of this young couple in wishing them
building is arched, the highest point I the latter. The minor buildings art
being 130 feet from the ground, j io the same style as the main struc
while at each end is a half dome-|ture, but with less ornamentation.
fathers thereeach evening. Every
one turn out and attend these meet
ings. They will benefit you.
Wiud Mills, "IJ vumpeiiiur.s ;so> I «ii Wat?
HARDWARE is "TOO CHEAP" 3- At WYNNE'S
Stock tank -
My Competitors >a> I .Sell
t()!|t heard about the plan before Wallace , . far"' " -
returned. They we.e gteatly e„-l U1.'leH K,st ,jf town toM.Sucky for
raged over the new deal. Mr. Wnl- I "'<L00.
lace at once become a very bad man, property in
and all the strings of Wall street! there soon.
were pulled to do damage to him
and the scheme.— Kansas City Jour-
The above is a clipping from the
Kansas City Journal, which shows
i what the Electric Line from Oklaho
ma City to Sulphur Springs, means
to the people of this part of the ter-
j ritory aud that it will be but a short
time until this line will have outlet
to all parts of the U. S.
Mr. Traylor has bought
Purcell and will move
Newman & Boaneau,
Sell You For Less!
BIG STOCK ALL THE TIMEI
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Hutchin, S. W. Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, July 21, 1905, newspaper, July 21, 1905; Lexington, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110261/m1/1/: accessed February 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.