Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, August 5, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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8V1 nhonia His Society
Consolidation ol You Alls Doitis, Kstabtlshed 1899: Cleveland County Leader, Kstahllshed 1891.
"Entered June 9. l '"b. at Lexington, Okla.n secouil-clase mutter, umler Aet of Congress oi March s. 1*79.-
LEXINGTON, CLEVELAND COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 5. 1910.
Build up Your
With the Bank
That Uses Conservitism at all 1 imes
let Keeps Itself in Position to Accomo-
date Its Depositors
Security State Bank
CHAS. GREEMORE, F.. M. ABERNATHY,
R. M. EVANS, Cashier.
Mr. Arthur Sherman stoh .1 m:irch j
on us Tuesday morning, ami went 15;
to Denver, Colo.. I >r hi- health. but1
that was only a small matter in the
rase, (or Weilne.-ilay iin" riiiii^ ..t Id jr
o'clock, lie was married to Miss
Almetta Williams, who ha- been 5-
residing there since January 1st.
Mr. Sherman is one of Lexington's
most popular and enterprising yc >ung Sz
business men, well and favorably gz.
liked by all. ^ ; Cr
The bride is well known here, gz
having been educated in our sc hools jz
and also having taught in the schools fz
here for several years. She is ad- jr
mired by all who know her. SZ
This happy couple will spend the
remainder of August in Colorado SZ
Springs, and return to Lexington
September 1st, when they will be Sz
at home to their many friends. SZ
We wish them health, wealth and SZ
happiness during their wedded tz
Expresses Appreciation Jim Goodin Dead
While I was not nominated at .Jno. Green received a telegram
the primary, Tuesday, 1 received a Thursday morning stating the death
good, vote, which 1 greatly appre- of hi- brother-in-law, Jim Goodin,
ciate. who died at his home at Lookeba.
It was a hard light, and 1 did my Wednesday.
lu st. 1 received the third highest Mr. Goodin was a resident of
v ite. and 1 am proud t the trien Is Lexington tor several years and wa-
well and favorably, known here.
1 made during the campaign, which
was a clean and economical one.
Yours very truly.
J. 0. FOX
Peltier Gets Long Sentence
Ed Peltier, charged with the bru-
tal murder of Jno. Cully.'east of
Lexington 011 April sth. was given
a life sentence at hard work at the
The cafe wag a hard fought one,
Peltier being represented by Attys.
Welty ot Oklahoma City and 13. F.
Wolf, while Atty. 13. F. Williams
assisted County Attorney Graham in
For all the new-, read the Leader.
Mrs. Taylor Dead
At the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Alex Thompson, (I milo south-
east of Rosedale, at 7:30 a. m.
July 27th, 1910. Eliza Taylor, wife
of 1 ):ivid Taylor, pas.-ed to tile uthei
Mrs. Taylor was born in Illinois,
tobcr 1">. IMo. I > ing a t her
death 64 years. 0 months and 12
days old. She leaves sorrowing t
her. a husband, four sons and three
daughters. She was Married to
David Taylor in ISlio, and moved
to Texas in 1S7-1, and then came to
Oklahoma in 1Mi5. Sh profi s-i d
faith in Christ at the age of fourteen:
joined the Methodist <?hurch and
lived a consistent member to the
day of her death.
What a shock of grief when the
wires flashed the news of her going.
She went to her daughter - at Lose-'
dale, having great hopes of recover-
ing health, but heard the summons
to "come up higher", while she
was away from home. W ith a
j husband's tender kiss to close her
eyes and dear friends to fold her
hands, she lay beautiful and calm,
her days work well done, safe on
His gentle breast. Mother lia-
gone from us. but she has left a re-
cord of kindness, gentleness, pati-
ence and truth. Singularly gifted
ill li.inil 111.'I pel - 111. I ;l- ;i •!,
voted wife, a loving mother, a true
friend, and a sincere christian.
Modest, patient and amiable, slit
endeared herself to all that knew
With sad hearts we gave her back
to the Master and sin w:i- laid t
rc-st in the Byar- cemetery. May
The infant twin babies of Mr. and her Body rest in peace, as her soul
Mrs. Oscar Chriswell died Wednes- rests in peace with Jesus.—Hertl.a.
day night. The remains were laid
to rest in the Lexington cemetery
The First Strong Step Forward
In the financial progress of molt men consists in opening a check-
ing account in a bank where the policy is one of helpfulness to the in-
dividual—a bank of such ample resources that the mere fact of his hav-
ing an account there is equal to a credit and recommendation.
This bank makes the interest of its customers its own and does
everything that it can consistently do to further their financial progress.
lave you yet taken this tir-t strong step toward a more prosperous
by 8. C. HAWK.
EVERY DEPOSITOR GUARANTE
L gray mare, 14| hands high,
branded L II on left hip, X on left
shoulder, and X on left side of neck,
Tuesday, July 26. Owner can se-
cure same by paying for caring for
the animal and this notice.
J. M. Hill.
2 miles east and J nj.ile south of
in in the
Miss Grace Thacker will give the following Pupil? Recital at
Methodist church. 011 Monday e vening. August Mh. at s:l~> o'clock,
admission. You are invited.
The Raggedy Man
Little Orphan Annie
Seeing Things at Night
How You Get Engaged
The Outcast's Plea
The Mean Little Torment
Casey at the Bat
Mama's Pecious Dirl
How It Would Work In The
"Johnny, did you take that jam?
Answer me this instant!"
"What jam, ma
Y >11 ki. w \ 1' v * •
I >id you take it?
"That's a leading question, ma.
1 can't incriminate my-ell
"And besides, ma. it's no 1 rime
to take jam. because there - 110
mention of blaekben
"Johnny. 1 am lot
t )nc< lie in . did you t;
"Ma. Ld like a tie
tall to prepare my c
nes.-e- have gone to Europe
You're, overruled. 11 I wai
\ou niiglit destroy the • vi-di io-i
Then 1 W lit a eh lige o| vi 1 u<
"Overruled. This is just a- good
■ place as the woodshed
"Cai. 1 !.■•',a ' b. ■ ■ r:
"Johnny, you're hurting your own
1 ase by all this quibbliiu. ('mm
now, did you take it or didn t you.
"Ma. I'd like to appeal the < ase
to some court that isn't in -1 --ion."
"Nonsense. This court is capa-
ble of trying it. If you're guilty I
want to ki. iw it. iid it yoii'n in:
cent 1 should think you'd be glad
to have a chance to prove it. Ar>
f man is you guilty or not guilty .'"
the one who does well whatever he NOT (>I ILI ^ MA! Chi< igo
can do. Hut he hasn't pointed out Tribune.
the means that will enable men to ' •
do well and easily whatever they New ElevatOI
are able.to do. -ays the Baltimore ]j. F. Brantley is having an ele-
Sun. That means was given cen- vator erected opposite the pi tottk-H,
furies since by the great Augustine which he will soon move his outfit
Who's To Blame?
Speaker Cannon is out threaten-
ing the insurgents with a democra-
tic victory if they continue their op-
position to the program of the stand-
patter- Well, the insurgents can
stand a democratic victory better
than the standpatters can, but who
i< to blaine it the democrats win?
Summer School Graduation
N • r 111 a 11 ()k1.1 A11.'Ust I . — S.-vi-i;
students will probably receive de-
grees at the close of the summer
-I III .1 ti.i ,-t.ite University
which closer on Friday, August 5th.
Examination- will be held Thurs-
day and Friday, the 4th and 5th,
and the , ...: 1 • : 1 • •. ■ i t 1 XI :' -
Love ot One's Work
Giving us the key to the philos
as well at
the life ti
™~ phy of the
the means of attainin
cm in.1 . one 1 it the nn rei
the u-: "Whatsoever the hand findeth'
No to do, do it with all thy might."
Emerson gives his readers pretty
much the same advice when he
Ililey says that the best type
are alone. 1 w
ilt in their! 11
to the democrat.-. If the democrats
put party succi— above their inter-
est in the country they might hope
to see the insurgents routed by the
standpatter-, foi ,. victory for the
standpatter- W"ti!'l encourage the
picI tory interests to mure arrogant
demand-. But the democrats want
reforms more than they u mt a par-
ti- ill adviil.l.i je. tlicrcf■ il< they hope
■ : ' 1 •
publi in party sun c-.-ful in the pri-
mai'ies. With the reform element
in both paities in charge of the par-
ty organizations the pi ople will be
>uri of some reform even it the re-
publicans win and more it the dem-
ocrats are victorious.—Commoner.
the chapel at
it is not cert:
degree- at tli
are the one- 1
plete tin 1 .11
eiia; W. A
nlay evening at Vo0 111
tin I'nivt rsity. While
in yet who will receive
at time the following
i ho will probably tom-
r.-i: Earl (nay of Hig-
Cl.arli - Ecke- of 11,1-
A lien of Lexington
1.1 Sparks ! L
-as City, Mi--
Clark of Com:
f Ada. Mary White
'■■I Richi son ot Kan-
mri: and Cluster ('
nche These are all
audi, hill - I If ti ■ I>: 1 c 1
egrei . If all ot them t
Cgrces this will li.aki
To The Democrats
1 wi-li to express my thanks t>
the democrats of Cleveland county
who so liberally supported me ii
in the race for Representative at the traction. I
primary, which was held Tuesday, give advam
ating class at tin University number
71 for the current year This j. |,v
far the largc.-t class tin University
ha- ever gradu ated.
The Summer se--ion lias been 1
dei idedsucces-. ()vcr 170enrolled,
most of whom are doing work which
counts toward a degree. The new
School of Teaching which began
its work at the opening of the ses-
sion has proved to lie a special at-
offers courses which
1 training to those who
I Hippo in these pregnant words:
Where there is mi labor, or it la-
or there be, the labor itself is
loved." That is the genuine secret
y of success in any calling—lov< of
1 one's work, whatever the work mav
lie liett. r pr> p iri I t
Lexington Encampment No. 24
will have an important meeting
Anon Saturday evening August (ith W't
f represent Bartlett* Bros.. Land
ct Loan Co., of St.Joseph. Missouri;
Branch office fit (iutlirie. Lowest
rates and best terms. Interest and
commission concurrent —S. S. Den-
Eld. Winterad will have charge
of the song service. Everybody is
going to invited to come, and don't forget
must have all members present, as Colorado or elsewhere to spend the to bring your bibles, our only 1110a--
•Stokes : your vote is needed. summer should let us print your urement
at which time I received the noilii- expect to ti 1 eli in high schools,
nation, and I will also appreciate : academies', normal schools, etc, and
your support at the general election also gives training for principals or
on November sth ! superintendents. For admission to
Very truly. this school a student must have at
OLIVER H. AKIN, least junior standing in the Univer-
sity and while this cut- down the •
Big Tabernacle Meeting j attendance a large number of those
The meettng for the Church of who are not yet qualifieJ to enroll
Christ began Thursday night by j m the school are taking courses
Eld 11. E. Warlick. Elder Win- which will prepare them for this
terad will conduct it from Saturday work at some later date. 1 he de-
night until Monday night. After I mand for college course in the sum-
then W. F. Bedlow, of Ft. Worth, mer time in Oklahoma has grown
Texas, will be in charge of the' very markedly in the last few years
I and the University plans to make
jular part of the
You people who are
J. H. Stull, Scribe, calling cards.—LEADER
I'. \\ . Booker.
Read the new ads in the Leader
this week, for they are interesting.
Read the Leader for the news.
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Fox, J. O. Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, August 5, 1910, newspaper, August 5, 1910; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110427/m1/1/: accessed February 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.