Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, January 27, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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Hklahonm Hfs Srt|etr
(Consolidation of You Alls Dolus, Established 1899: Cleveland County Leader, Kr-tablished 1891.)
"Entered June 9, l""3. at Loxlnston. Oklu.as seoond-otuss mutter. under A>-t of Cdltr' -k of M troll •>. 18T9."
LEXINGTON, CLEVELAND COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 27. 1911.
Is in better condition to meet the de=
mauds of its patrons ior the
than ever before."
Courteous 1 reatmen I
And First Consideration our Depos-
itors, will continue to be
T/ie Guaranty* Feature
Which we have' Always Upheld and
Advocated, has been finally settled by
the Supreme Court.
We Solicit '.oil!' Banking- Business
Security State Bank
The GLpod Service Telephone Mr.sons la Get Site for Or SJHWW?W!1WWWJ W?!WW??WWI?fln?NnnWW?!WWWI£
Company Plan's Home h ' * * 3
It is a corporation controlled by ' nator Core introduced a bill
local people. Jt lias a paid up authorizing the .Secretary of tin In- ~
capital of $15,000.00, and its ob-i'1 • t to sell to ti • Masoni Order £
jeet is to give the citizens of Lex- '"'klahoraa forty acre; of iani^*-
ington and Wanette, and interven* ; ''-1 R^no to be us. I in <-onn« - g
in.:; districts, good telephone r- '! " with tb« Ma-:nni< Cap*■■■■■
vice. The old rate formerly paid jdl"i,|e. 1 hi tract i specially tie- —
Uy, subscriber: iI'. r. the r- . nt ftd- ! it contaihs a lini -prin
Vance oil L' dngton sub- risers will v • r whi" ll " I"' '>.• ll-e^l i nj;
til ( ouiltr; lie> win. t\\ w
rine v, i' - :ire • ■!! fin pole
ti : insuring the ! -t of -ervi. to
ntir rural sith-■ ribers.
W< t' . erat i >n i .
public in promptly report in it any
;• -r af ' entral Oil • • -W. ha'. ••
two' men working on the lines now.
repairing and getting it up in good
. As soon as material can be dc-
the country. Our rent d !■ ir;
will he irl.25 per month en all rural
phone.-, payable monthly .three
months in advance, when phone-
elosi I by note.
(I ii(| Set , i 'i'i , ji MIC Qic
One / nv.ng the Best
The H. G.
The ir. << lub w:
pleasantly entertained at the home
of Miss Ruth McKee. last Satin-
day afternoon from three until six.
Miss Ruth we, aided in the
taining by hi r mother.
of the afternoon wa? a guessing
conte-t "Our (tirithi required
much thinking ti u e mes ad
been -o cleverly concealed. Each
girl was also given a card and ] a-n-
cil with the instruction to draw the
"exact" likeness of the ones mum'
on the i ard. This prnvM very
interesting ami miii.i? were v ry '
-iici ie--ful whir other* did not do
•proved to bt' the club firti-..
Daillty refreshments Wei'e served
and .11 departed dectariii:: it to
have been a very pleasant after-
,, 11 11 e oar, An tor-, id
S. W. Hutchin and wil left
i Tut -day all moon for San Anton ov
Texas, where they will spend a,fe#j
1" i Ib llll: I I d
th' .v "are old friends, who
Important among the many so- m, |
Icial i vent - that ha\ c tale e 111.i • t■ |. .
1'. Perkins in their spa. i nis apart-; p,
merit oi V 11:
The ; '.!• re i ei. J i... il;. ;i
charming daughter, Mi- • Loi
ovt rflo . ing with all kind- f
li i ii.. ! " 'ds and COt'i v • :>•
lor twenty. 'I he hoste- w::
After the dinne
t . .
• i lie Ballenger-Piiichot row is sii
rife in the Senate at this tiine. TI
Lorimer Senatorial investigation
■ nni'-h comment l.ot'i i "
ii I iir t' 1 io-i
Oil. er 1 r,T HON III- .- '. XT.>1' I
A eyi;-1 itutimial amendment ft
the dirnt el otion of Senators
al ' being iIV •• ' d with better a
TI: ■ rr • nt Senator' 1 — , ! 1 v. iii
lid ' ! il 1 >p 'Ii.
EXTHAV.VIIANt K ONLY
enai ied at* this session tm eptiie;
til qua: 1 rjj e 1 tile p 'Op'.
tant lmsini s that tie modern Con-
gresses have to perform.
ratic Housi caucus
th and unanimously
the evening was
and ni . AH
' :: 1 ■ " '
among the me t
irint - <>l
B- •! ^ lit: man with money in the bank %
has surrounded hiniseli with se= 5
curity and is ready for am emer= %
| gency. He need not fear t:;e rough 5
I. weather of life's voyage. 4
havc.not set 11 each other for sevei
years, tliey will no dotiht 1-
gti' >tl tinn .
H :i V: :;'ly ie : ; .
year new discoveries of
ire being made in Otlaho-
is now known that such
.• OS I ': : i ,
, lead. oil. gas. and otheis
present in large amounts,
e als i a number of rather
tile gti sfp t \pr.
having .-pent one
enjoyamc evenin;- of tl.e 'si
a in the culinary line.
The guests were: Me. srs.
■; M. -dames.• S. W. Hufehin,
TI rn'i i'.i. !!. I i. 'Flu., in i
n[ Hutchin, Jno. M; v, 1). N.
io- ley:. Mcsdane. s. Kate Fer-
Anne ilau rim Joa 1 lyli
" i. y M i: eh. ii. Mi Ah
.1 i e \ Mi. I!
OKI.AH'i"MAN -: IN W'.SHIM
The followin r Oklahomans
•d in Waulimelon this re !.
11 rney.tTeller i (!! ■ ' \\ i t
J. Spenee, . 1
a . ■ kt eper ■
. Bet, Of Okl:
t Hurlc v, t
i ■ ■! afld
ti.i >ii ■!I ti
i It: ine • M itehell \\ . 1
g, Everett Sherman. Mori
Oklahoma Cattle the Best
Oklahoma produce- the best be; i
•tie in l! v. t. Tie e stateun et
is pretty broad, but we have the
i vi.> ni . if it is demanded in ti
I'm t that ak carloat 1 of Oklahoma
In. viit too!; iii: first pi niiuifl at
the National Feeders and Breeder-'
Show at Fort V.'-irth la-t Ma: h,
against somi of the best steers in
the west, If. B.Johnson, a noted
I'i ' del' of tie - ale, ve .11 this hoi: >r
for Oklahoma and much money for
himsell'. We are told that a num-
ber of Texas cattle feeders are
doing tlieir best to win it the great
Fort Worth show, March 1 •'! to 1-.
next. Imt we nave, confidence in
the superiority of Oklahoma cattle
and the skill of our feeders, and
are sure they arc foing to keep the
position at the head that thcy*have
Sewell, lnivi i
J. E. Luttrell.
, ti lit i.i v ju«v -'ui.'. u'U !•
I income. Kovaculite. or ra an bone '>ri
rock, which equals the be t -Turkish
! no, i il - in the K . : mil ,i e -
t iii i a the -i ■■■1' hea - tern purt . ; tin
. stilt . Trip ii, Used f' ' f'o : el
' polishing powder, occur.- i a the
i n irtli. a-<t< ni corner in dii )•! i: -
■ ouri line. In the Wichita Mountains
; occur m allium earth and ofla r , :,i.
substances. Volcanic ash is found
in large iplantiti■ •< in w s.-rn 01.1a
homii. So far very little ha:J' ! >n
dona to develop the great: i part of
these products, but as soon as their
1 I'i -''IK 1 hi i allies II •el known they
will form the basis of Nourishing iu-
[dustrie-. The Oklahon i (ieologi-
a! Survey i;- now h 1 work
trying to I; -ale 11 • dep. '.-it.- of
various kinds. As soon ns the re-
ports are published showing where
ilies: mineral® are located, thi
manufacturing industries will
gn at n
I "it.ll < : d
, Auii veil
r J. B. Criflin's
■ c\ i ring, and
' ' ""
Jane Hall :
M:.-. Mary aT fa w \t - bo
i ei irgia. Jan '_:i, 1! ), and d 11 !; t
i i I) . \V. ! . i : ii I''
the age of eighteen years, joinine
the Christian church, of which sh
the time of her death. She had
only been sick a few days when
death cane .
She leaves a husband and six
children: ti in • !• >.v and tin . . ' f|l
She died with.catarrch of the lungs, fff)
The I. mains were laid to re-1 in '|1
Lexington cemetery, Friday after-
noon, Rev. II. II. Everett perform-1
From now until February 1st you can secure
CLEVELAND COUNTY EN'TERPRIM
Publislietl at Norman f y
FOX, HUTCHIN i- HUGHES
Card of Thanks
I wish to thank my neighbors
and friends for their kimlic
shown to me and family during my
wife's illness with pneumonia.
John W. Blackwell.
•Subscribe for the Leader.
I represent Bartlett Bros., Land
& Loan Co., of St. Jo - ph. Missouri;
Branch ollice at Guthrie. Lowest
rates and best terms.
S. S. Deiilson.
Snapped, shucked and shell-
ed corn bought a' highest
market price at Outfit's
ing the hist services.
Pays Quarantine Fine
P.P. Hammer, from aero* the
river, let several head of his cattlu
'! come across the quarantine line a
few weeks ago, and was fined $100
and costs. It is about time for the
people to learn that laws are laws,
and that they are going to be en-
The Cleveland County Enterprise publishes
proceedings, while the Lexington Leader cove; - ti
ill the rounty new-,
local field thoroughly.
You shoultFby all means have a county seat paper as well as your local newspaper. Read
both and keep posted with the doings at the county scat, the actionr- et the commissioners, also
news of the Southern portion of the county, Remember thi- extremely low offer will remain
fleet for only two weeks. Bring or send in $l.-">0 for both papers at once.
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Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, January 27, 1911, newspaper, January 27, 1911; Lexington, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110452/m1/1/: accessed December 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.