Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, August 12, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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Ittlshotna Ris 3otU'y
(Consolidation of Vou Alls L)oln bstablished iBqq: Cleveland County Leader, Established iSgi."
"Entered June 9. li mi L«xJngt< n. ukiiw-i* «Mond-olMimatter.nndtr Act of C nsraMolUnit *. ww.*
LEXINGTON, CLEVELAND COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1910.
13 1-2 Gent Cotton
How much do you want
to sell at this price?.
We are not buying futures hut want the
people to know that we have Traded
$14,000 Worth of Merchandise
for Farms, and that I am going to
leave for Market Next Week and buy
New Stocks of Everything
We have cleaned up all old goods and
and are putting in
Brand New Up-to-date Fie!! Stock
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V.". .'ivi In-low 4 .11; uj ■ lt-t <• . ■ 1 li - C
c-ial villi- (if Cleveland c ,un*ty in ZS
lioth county and state office- ^ Z3
DEMOCRATIC TICKET ^
Stati- Officers s£
For Governor— ^
Wm. H.Murray 558 F
L P. Ros> 543
For Lieutenant Governor— jr
Frank I'. Davis . 338
1'. I1. Duffj 225 £
A. H. Ellis 137
J. .1. MdAIi,-ter 50^
Robt. Notson 25 j;
For Secretary of State— jr
Ben F. Harrison 7 !I gt
Leo Meyer <>07
For Attorney General— Jr
J. C. Graham 480 ^
Geo. D. Key 42*
Charles West G 36 ^
For State Treasurer— gr
Robt. Dunlop (!42 2E:
M E Trapp 71^ r
For St;ite Superintendent— tz
E. I). Cameron 660 SZ.
R. H. Wilson *33 £r
For state Auditor— 5^
H. S. Blair 297 g
Bill Cross (Deceased) 779 fZ
W F I iilmer • • ;>•><! fZ
II v. Tucker 155 tz
FInspector . : E.\:.miner— t~~
\. M. Landrum 550 SZ-
C i i a -. A. T i;.' 1013 £
ForvChi' I Mil Inspector— 8~
Ed Boyle 696 5=
Pet - Hani tt; l* g:
r Comii'.i-i-i"! i of Labor— ^
C'. L. D.uighertv 1205 tZ
' '■ >- i "t C'iinii'i
\\ F 1 > i ki t . 492 £
The First Strong Step Forward
In the financial progress of most men consists in opening a check-
ing account in a hank where the policy is one of helpfulness to the in-
dividual—a hank of -ueh ample resources that the mere fact of hi- hav-
ing an account there i- equal to a credit and recommendation.
This bank makes the interest of its customers it- own and does
everything that it can consistently do to further their financial progress-
Have you yet taken this lir~t strong step toward a more prosperous
Pupils Recital First Meeting in 30 Years
The class of expre-sion which i- Mr. Ilobert MeCaslin md .- . >f
being taught by Miss Grace Thack-1 Homestead, Pa., are here visiting
er. gave its recital Monday night at with the family of A. 1!. McCaslin.
the Methodisi church. |A. 1!. and Robert are brothers, and
The house was full and the recit-1 have not seen each other for thirty
1 was much enjoyed. Those tak- years—and you know they .ire hav-
ing part were Misses Mayme Per- ing a good time together for boys
kins, Helen Keller, Evlyn Turk, their ages. Robert being 72 years
Kiithrynne Bowden and Edgar Kel-, of age. and A. 1! 1 - • ii,_ It) y, ars
ler. I lis senior. They an both lively
Although we have heard the-i men and move about more like men
little folks before, the recital Mon- of 45 years, both being in t \<- Hi nt
day evening showed much improve- health
nient since being under th> able in-1
tion oi Mi.-- Th - k< r. Expresses Appreciation
I wish t exre'ss my appreciation
to the v,)t(-i> of the 2nd district lor
J I, Calvert
W II Ebey
J. W. Martin
For State Printer—
Giles W. Farris
J. T High lev
D. C !. -•• •
For Board of A_:icultun —
(i T. Bryan
li.-... L. i .di i-
J. I-. Pasihal
For Corporation Commissioner
J. A. N<
F, 1 Hi gistei 111 Dei d:
J. O. Fox..
W. L Martin
3!l'l NV. A r,iyl' ! . .
•I. I! Stugi er -
F"i Clerk Di-tiii t i'
j-n Tom Ch. itw - "! •
...... J. E. Luttrell- •
381 •- i! >
1!. R. McDonald -
"or County Treasure
... 7 R. S Davi- ----.
•>9S For County Weigher*
(- j Will B: ,\vn
rs W. P. Shelton
M. E. spfi wi-.
For Stati Auditor— parent damage i- reported. The
' i '■ 1 S Du! 1.1 y . . . 251 pn -pi - l- re i! \ I -r
.295 Foi Stati Tie i-nri i — condition i- 1.1 per cent above the
I ... 11
18 2 | R. 11 ' i, ;
II M. >p tiding 130 Depart nei.i I \grieultun iv• s
■ -'3s Foi Suptrintendeiit Public Instrue- 5-14,951 bide-of , otton tinned last
.571 tion— season. The acreage planted this
41" Jas E Dyche 13S -eason is an iiur. isi of 19.1 per
-11 h 11 P 1'. - -- 191! 11 i lit over last yi : Si 11-tii - tak-
845 G. I). Mo- 112 I en this month -how mat h-- than
Albert Raney 343: has been or will bt abandoned.—
1-137 F-ir Repri -eiitativo— Report from A. .V M ( "U,
A. Mi 1) inii I -359
59ii For Fiotorial Rei n -entativi — Trousdale Items
G. W. Tuck 1 124 For County C"1
(i. L. Wil-m 155 vv |!-
F'-i Clerk of Supreme Court— ' !
i „ , , , , . W H. L. ( .mpbell It's ■ C'-unty L
the high school ground.- Saturday j day. at which time 1 received the N ]• (,. !
AH meniber- of tin W. 0*.W their liberal support which tiiev
and their families to meet us on, gave me at tin primary last Tues-
I'vening at 8 o'clock, and help dis- nomination for commissioner of this
P"se of out hundred line melons.
L. K. Taylor
F-i'Jud_i-Cri::iinal Court of Appeals ^ini M rri-
C ()iunntt( • port . t til lit : li |.!: X,)- r ] \ ]: -
I r 1 >! V 11!. *e -'; 1' ■ —
Church of Christ ,. i; Bawidin 207
J. W (irotts.
597 1!. A Brighan:
. .. .. . 551 Cm v OF: :•
--inner 1 -t Dist— I' -r Si,, rill—
1 71 -' . ( H. Du: -
i - - ii )in 1 2d Dist— For Register of Died.--
319 I' B. Do,Id
103 L. (i SI ••rilial:
253 For District Clerk—
i-vioni ; 3 Dist— Ziba Held,-I,
501 !•", r < a lunty Ti. isuri 1
217 S. S. Denison
.1. W MeElroy t<
fruit t 1 Mi l.aii - ouii
| Everything- i- , ,h
.primary, even the w,-
Very truly yours
S. A. Ward.
For District Judgi—
preaching, everybody come out and : r n 1 „ , 1 ; t . , 1 1 „ '
" - - I -I.D.Bland got his foot mashed For State Senator—
bear him at the Tabernacle. | in a hay preg8 M,,nilay. whi,h wa8 j B Thompson..
Expresses Appreciation I quite a painful injury, however he For Representative—
Our meeting is progressing nicely,
Elder W. F. Ledlow, of Ft Worth.;
Texas, is here and is doing the Received Injury in Hay Press
; Num.: Townshii
For Trust,-- —
F. M. Bunch
J. A. Mill-
Lexington Tow nsi
1064 A Med,-iris
...747 Canadian Town<hh
T, G. Hart
I is getting along nicely at present. Q [j Akin . ■ •
1 wish to thank the voters of the ilml it ig hoped he wiU completely M Fnlkrr_ n
county for the vote given me at the rec0V(,. in few day, u-'nl Mi)Ut _u
primary on August, 2nd. I did not „ ,,, . . M j r m \nni .vi:t
... , , , r- Li l . - . For Flotorial Representative— i1- APP"ulllt
receive the nomination, but receiv- Fourth A11IIU a I State Fair w , Mt.. v,, J.H.I.a-,;,a
ed the second highest vote. : "
I appreciate the kindness of the At Oklahoma Cit-V- s''Ptember 27 Han W . leery 5S1
people of the entire county to ni, <o October 9. 1910. The gr at live- Con-tuntional Aioendment-
during the campaign and was per-i stock' agricultural and industrial For the Amendment 1,2, For Governor_
fectly willing for them to say who j ^Position of Oklahoma. Daily air Against the Amendment.... 103, T B Ft.r,,u,
should be the party's nominee and shfP lights; brilliant horse show; C,h:nty Of
support him should it be either of sevellteen departments; great live- tor County Judge
John E. Luttrell
Just A Reminder
If you have a spare dollar about
the place, and you are in arrears
with us on subscription, or if you
are not a regular subscriber, just
bring it along, for we need the mon-
tock show; racing each day ex- N. E. Sharp
cept Sunday. Send for premium F. B. Swank ■ •
list and make an exhibit. I. S. For Sheriff—
Mahan, Secretary. I. B. Sale
J. F. Pledger. ..
• I. W. Redivine
tending the Bapt!
A f.oodi ha-
M -rt< i w 1.1 h
(55 perl,lm, ! |..i pp, \ ', iti- is doing
207 Mrs M inn i I',-,!: ml th re,
2, , children are visiting relative.-, it
Payne thi- wa , k.
Mis- Edith Ri IwiiH ml Miss
' ' '.Cora Wilkerson sp.-io *>ui:-l iy with
For Comniissioner of Charitii > , |,,r.
74 Winnie Branstetter 1^7 , D .. , ,
'*! li. L. Blancett, lie -. Cos-ey nd
. ;s On the socialist county ticket the i i> >. , , , ,
>01 - .1. 1). Boeck transacted busmes- in
.... 75 vote ran from 171! to 195, , . . ,
' ' _ Lexington r riday.
REPl'BLICAN TICKET Cotton Holds Up Well .Quite a crowd fr ,m thi- vieinity,
State Officers Reports from sixty-lour out of the attended the Socialist Eencamp-
| seventy-six counties reporting gives ment, at leeuniseh.
on 180 the growing condition of cotton on1 It is presumed'that Bowman, of
John Field:- 79 j July 25th, as 8(5.1 percent as com- the ^t. Louis Telephone Co., has
C.G.Jones,.. 169 j pared with 89.1 last month and bought the telephone system, at
■ •868 j. \v, McNeal 93 with 75.3 a year ago, which shows Wanette.
1037 , For Lieutenant Governor— j that the crop has held up well un- Mrs. Cora Thomas and children
G. W. Dukes 407 'ier the unusually hot and dry
I'" r County Sup, nut,anient—
, W. N. Rice
....74 F'-r Countj Weigher—
....71 SOCIALIST TICKET
7>i For Governor—
J T. Ciunibir,,.
I represent Bartlett Bros., Land
& Loan Co., of St. Joseph. Missouri;
Branch office at Guthrie. Lowest
rates and best terms. Interest and J. D. Grigsby
commission concurrent.—S. S. Den- For County Clerk-
Lexington Leader, ison.
For Secretary of State—
766 i). K. Fraziyr 202
•J.P.Murray 106 Thos. Robnett .-..222
J. M. Mitchell 1)1, For Attorney General—
For County Attorney— Wm. Iiodson 183
(,eo. G. Graham 1104 Cornelius Hardy 102
681 j p. C. Hughes 62
Malcum D. Ownes 53
L. L McComb 1555 Dan C. Smith
weather. Noble, Pawnee and Payne
counties report the lowest percent-
ages, ranging from 02 to 09 per
cent. No apparent change in the
condition of the crop has been made
since last month and, although we
received 100 more reports than last
months from cotton counties, no
change in the condition or any ap-
of Payne, who have been visiting
with Mrs. J, B. Boeck, returned
J. W. Redwine and wife, accom-
panied by Mrs. Woodlow, of Nor-
man, spent Sunday with Will Red-
wine and family.
Read the new ads in the Leader
this week, for they are interesting.
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Fox, J. O. Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, August 12, 1910, newspaper, August 12, 1910; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110428/m1/1/: accessed March 7, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.