Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, October 28, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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' LEXINGTON LEADER *
D. M. FOX, Publisher. «
Prices are still going up. As a result of the
upward revision of the entire cotton schedule in the
Payne-Aldrich law, the prices of women's and chil-,
— — dren's dress goods have increased considerably. The
Display advertisement* io per inch each insertion.—Additional John V. Farwell Company says in a review of the
charge for pWi.lpo,itiu... Locals 5 cents per line each in- wbo,ega,e d dg tra(,e that gti„ more advances
#ertion. All advertisements ron outilordercu out. "
A1, . i v , 4. ♦ . .. may be expected. The review declares that "almost
All church, school and other notices of entertainments, where J r
money is derived from, and cards of thanks, will be charged manufacturing agents are advancing prices on
for at the regular advertisiuK rates. . staple manufactured cottons. As it looks now prices
will continue to grow firmer and higher in staple cot-
A DEMOCRATIC LANDSLIDE.
TIIE election in Maine on September lL'th resulted
• in the greatest victory that the Maine Democracy
has had in more thau fifty years. The Democrats
swept the Pine Tree State electing three congressmen
out of five and an overwhelming Democratic legisla-
ture, which insures a Democratic Senator in the next
This victory is a sure indication of the great
Democratic landslide that will take place in Novem*
ber, as even a close Republican victory indicated in*
the pa-t, a Democratic victory in the nation, as Maine
is a rockribbi'd Republican state.
It wa's exactly twenty years ago that the Demo-
cratic party won its greatest victory since the days of
Andrew Jackson. In 1*90 the Democrats elected 240
members of the Ifou-c of Representatives and the
Republicans elect- ■! a little measly >:t. Tuis was a
revolt against the lii-h banded rules of Speaker R ed, ti-iii, ha
o ine, during tlx- Harrison ii.lmini-tration. The bnnest.
tremendous revolt that i going on now over tin-
country and which will undoubtedly result in a great-
er Democratic landslide in November than that of
1S90, is due, to a large extent, to the high handed
methods of Speaker Cannon in the House, supple-
Win do not three standpat congressmen ask"
Secretary Ballingc-r to come to their assistance and
stump their districts in the interests of their can-
didacy? He is under obligations to them. They
\oted against the appointed t of a committee to in-
vestigate the Glavis-PincTji t charge-. By all means
let them bring Guggenheim's dark lantern agent to
Rei lsblii \\ voters who sympathize with men
like Lal-'ollette and Cummins cmnot consistently vote
for standpat Republicans for Congress, because stand-
patters believe in Cannonism, and Cannonism is the
arch-enemv of LaFollette and Cummins.
Is what we cater to. ^e have a registered
pharmacist in charge of our prescription de-
At our Fountain we are now serving hot
drinks of all kinds.
Palace Drug Store
SHERMAN 8 EVERETT, Props.
X Stamp Mere f
r. of M Alestr
Tiie Democratic party, from its first organUa-
always stood for nil that i- u]-figiit and
Some may try to work "grafts" and de-
ceivery under the cloak of Democracy, but true
Democracy is the best proposition yet.
-Charles Vi'i -t.
laniard, of Ok-
Take this from us, Lee Cruce is thp only logical
man for Governor of the State of Oklahoma at the
mi nted by the crushing and brutal methods of Sena- present time. You are voting to your own interest
tor Aldrich in ruling the Senate, i hey even hood- when you vote for him, and against your own interest
winked President I aft. when you turn him down.
When a party remains in power for a long time *
the leaders cease to be merely leaders, and endeavor •
. , . • . , Cleveland county s cotton crop certainly is a
to become masters and remain so until the people get j
There has been more cotton marketed
here this fall than in any other town in this section,
and the price has been higher than anywhere else.
a good whack at them.-
When we want Czars to rule uh, like Cannon and
Aldrich, we will go to Russia and enjoy that luxury
in its greatest fullness.
Senator Hale, of Maine, evidently held his ear Stanopat Republican members of Congress voted
to the ground for a long time before he decided not againiit $J5<000 for children's play grounds and then
to be a candidate for re-election to the Senate. He is
doubtless very glad that he announced his withdrawal
from the race, as the Democrats have an overwhelm-
ing victory in the legislature', which insures a Demo-
turned around and voted $12,000 for Speaker Can-
It only took the jury 29 minutes to decide Crip
cratic Senator from Maine, the first one since the pen's fate. There's no red tape to work like that,
war. Not only that but Henry Cabot Lodge, the We ought to import some of those kind of juries into
cookoo from Massachusetts, is going to find that his tLis country.
learned and cultured Massachusetts constituency is1 ...
tired of his scholarly flourishes in the National Capi- Leslie P. Ross spoke to a large crowd at Pur-
tal, and Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecti- cell, Monday night. Ross is making some of the
cut are undoubtedly going to follow the example of best democratic speeches of the campaign.
Maine and send Democratic Senators to the next
Congress, fbey l1*™ found out that tb, ultim.t. The Pbil.delpbi. Athletic, sr. tb. world's
uo 'mjrtb .. Wo, Lodge used to eli cb,mpio„ u„ ^ hp|
from Frank Chance and his men was not so bad.
The people of Oklahoma will remember the
statement made two years ago b, Senator Gore that
That "hidden room" mystery in the court house
the only two parties in history that ever stood pat *" !b CaU8i"e ,,uite 8 deal °f excitement
were the Republican party and the linguistic steed of ftmong 1 " nun r nP •
Notice some of the incidents that are happening
That campaign book entitled "Men Whom You 'u ^our every ('aJ" an(' you will oftimes wonder
All Know" is certainly a good one. Jno. R. Williams, w^° 8 '00ney now :''
the "father" of this hook, is a man who is doing a ———————
great deal for the Democracy of Oklahoma. They report that the campaign in Cuba has been
- i very warm one. The election takes place Novem-
If the Republicans are sincere in their demand ber 1st.
for lower taxes, why did the Republicans vote solidly —
in the special legislature against the bill reducing the
Roosevelt gets it a little from all sides,
still can't figure where-he is.
Treasure r— Robert Dun
'Auditor—!.<■ . Meyer, of
ti, n—R. II. Wils,
Conimis inner t,f
Corrections—K it* I
Labor Commissioner—Charles F
I 'auj.-herty, I-! I)kl.iiiiiiii.i City.
< orporation Commissioner—Geo
A. Henshaw, of .Madill.
President Board t t Ayrjeultui'-.—
lii ii:"- ltrvan. '11 i'.-irv.
•"■'tate Printer—Giles Farris, o
Inspector and Examiner—C
ray lor, of Pond Creek.
Mine Inspector—Ed Boyle,
Insurance Commissioner—I'. A.
Ballard, of Coyle.
Clerk Supreme Court—W. H. L.
Campbell, of Ada.
For Associate Justice-M. J. Kane,
For Associate J.ustice--J. J. Dunn,
First District—N. E. McNeil, of
Second District—E. T.. Fulton, of
Third District—James Davenport,
Fourth District—Charles Carter, i
Fifth District—Scott Ferris, of
State Senate—J. B. Thompson,
of Pauls Valley.
District Judge—R. McMillan, of
Flotorial Representative—Dan W.
Representative—Oliver H. Akin.
District Clerk—Tom Cheatwood.
Judge—F. B. Swank.
Attorney—Geo. (i. Graham.
Clerk—L. L. McComb.
Register Of Deeds—Jason Carrie
Sheriff—I. B. Sale.
Surveyor—R. D. Alexander.
\\ eigher—W. I'. Shelton.
Superintendent—B. R. McDon-
Commissioners—S A. Ward. J. ,
A. Fox and W. I!. Jennings. ! PURCELl
Trustee—J. A. Medearis.
New Cash Grocery Store
• All the Goods are
New and Fresh ..
Ii you want to save money
and see me
SUITS PRESSED THREE MONTHS
Free of Charge
With every order taken from my newest
and most up-to-date samples.
Come and sec me before ordering your fall
and winter suit.
Chas. The Tailor
S. S. DENISON
FIRE and TORNADO INSURANCE
FARM LOANS and REAL ESTATE
B^"Office in Farmers State Guaranty Bank Building.
A few specials in Groceries in onr big No=
100 pounds granulated sugar - $5.00
20 pounds navy beans - - 1.00
7 bars best Lenox soap - - .25
10 bars Red Bird soap - - .25
4 cans Rhubarb - - - .25
Dr. Price's Corn Flakes, 10c pkg for .05
Sale beginning November 3rd, 8:30 p. m.
W. N. RUCKER
Our New and up-to-date line of Fall and Win-
ter Millinary is now on display. The height,
depth and magnitude are superb.
You cannot find more Stylish Millinary, even
in the large cities than we have this season.
We v. it you t;> call on us lor that new 11 AT:
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