Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, September 15, 1911 Page: 4 of 10
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LEXINGTON LEADER goes to tbe polls and pretends that
it is against tbe recall, I will de-
I). M. FOX. Publisher.
prive the people of Arizona of
— statehood whether they are entitled
SEI'TLMP.EI! l->. 1911 to it under the constitution or not,
! ' 3 unless they vote not the way they
"B!G STICK IN NEV* KOLL ,jjay <jefjre> but ag j commaD(j
. them to vote."
HAT the people of Arizona Wnile this method of forcing the
really have to do to obtain people may be compatible to the
statehood, is' a story that the ffiental workingg (jf an
American people have never fully ,*ith a ..judicial temperament",
heard. Information has-gone out lsn-t it after a„ making B furce
over the wires from Washington ' lof representative government?
that President Taft will permit '
Arizona to enter tbe union by sim-
p!y striking the "recall of the ju-
diciary" provision from its consti-
See Tafl's Defeat
President Taft has declined a
chance to greatly cheapen the cost
But only when these facts are clolhinB- wire- etc., and in so
considered can the full significance \''in®''a" ,lefen,le'1 he "aid
-t D *i it f \ was indefensible. Ihe pre~ident'~
of the President's action be eras- , ,•„ , .
I vetoes of the tariff bills will made
f i iu 111 idifficult for him to be renomina-
irir=t, that the people of Arizona j ted, and will practically insure 1,1.
by a vote of three to one declared j defeat if be is renominated.
in favor of tbe recall. This is an extract from the week-
Second, that in order to obtain b" market letter of the New York
statehood the people of Arizona Consolidated .Stock Exchange firm
must go to the polls again and ^ ^ l'-rwin and Co. It shows
vote against a principle of govern- itliat t,lc Is'ew Yorl< business inter-
ment that tbey have already voted j estH ani', U 8treet have onclud-
in favor of, and which they believe I t,iat iaft cannot h(' re-elected
to he right. j!in<1 arP preparing to throw him
By thus.coercing the people to * r
vote against a thing which their, J- P- Gotcher Passes A way
best judgement tells them to be J. P. Gotcher. after an illness of a
wise, threatening to withold from , week, passed to the sweet beyond
that people, unless they vote- as last Saturday morning. Last Mon-
the chief executive dictates, rights jdav while coming into town, he ex-
to which they are justly entitled Pe enced a fatal stroke of paralysis,
under the constitution, President fr"m wt,ich be finally .lied. He
Taft has commited himself to an leaves a wife and family. His re-
action which is without precedent ™.ain8 were buried in the Willow
in tbe hiBtory of the American re-1 ^ c*meteiry' Rev- J' M' Watson
public. conducting the funeral services.
The President has said to the1 As usually treated, a sprained ankle
people of Arizona, in effect • "Nn ■ n,14n f"r thr,-e °r f""r
V. 4U 7, ' 1 r*k8' l,ut,by "PP'yiDK Chamberlain's
matter whether the majority" be- i freely as euon aa the injury
lie\*e thnt the voooll _/ • j • is rece,veil- ami observing the direr-
tLe reca" of judges is: tions with each bottle, a cute can be
Wise or not; unless that majority ' ^le"6- fr-m'wo ,0 fonr ,la>'e- !''"r
Lone Star Items
J. B. Burk m l wife -pent Mon-
day with the lady'.- parents near
Robt. ud Edith Hunt wen vin>
tin;,' i- . iti'.i: 1 enjoying tin pi,-,
nic at Norman 1 i-t Friday and Sat-
-John McKay, who bar been seri-
ously ill the past week, is cortviiles-
ing fast now. .
Mi.-> Nettie Sit veil- Spent Satur-
day ni.dit and Sunday with Mi--
V'-rl A':-tin in Lexington."
Incle Billy'' Whittington and
family, .if Trousdale, are spending
the week with the family of hi-
, brother near here. \
Miss Ocean Turner, of Oklahoma ;
City, who has been visiting with
her friend, Mrs. Ralph I.. Swan, re-
turned home Saturday.
Roy Kienlen is suffering from a
very badly sprained ankle this
week. This proves that lie should
visit near home and not up north
Sidney Monroe and Miss Mary
Stafford were happily married at
the home of the bride's parents
Sunday. The groom i- the son of
H. li. Monroe, of Noble, and the
bride is the beautiful and accom-
plished daughter of Mr. Stafford, of
this place, and -he numbers her
friends by her acquaintances, and
is well worthy of the man of her
choice. The couple will reside in
Noble. They have our best wishes.
Susie Lena, the year old daugh-
ter iif G. C. Burk and wife died at
the home of'its grandparents. Mr.
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2 V\ c are receiving trom the eastern markets every day, something new J
5 and up-to now ijp the Dry Goods and Clothing line. Perhaps we have ;
2 J received today, just what you have been looking for, 2;
Z T T G VG Per^aPs y°u desire something special, something not 2r
ll.Sliallv r*sirrir*rJ it-* 4.^11 ...... A 1
— usually carried in stock, if so tell us your wants and «.
2 we will endeavor to get it for you. We carrv all kinds of Dry Goods, \
2 especially those that are carri ed in stock by first-class Dry f
• ~°ods stores- We have just returned from eastern mar- |
^kets, next week we will have UUl on display for your inspection ?
r* and approval a complete line of Ready-to-wear clothes, for men and
- boys, Hats, Shoes, Gents'Furnishings and Ladies' Fall
« and Winter Coats. Come in and examine our stock,
S and you will be surprised at its completness. Every-
5 thing priced within means ot all. Come before assortment is broken.
:s, xor men ana ^
P erfcins Company:
Lexington, Oklahoma =
KEPOKT OF THK CO.NDITIOX OF THE
SECURITY STATE BANK
at Lexington, in tbe state
of Oklahoma, at the close of
business Sept 1st, 1911.
Loans and discounts t7^',957
Overdrafts, secured and UL?cd tills 41
Holcomb. Saturday morn- Stocks, bonds, warrants, etc .3,341 31
ing. The little one had only been ^.rnitnure,Fixturee m Co
... . , * 1 Other Real Estate owteJ 39100
sick a short tune. Its parents were lJue from Banks -J7
Checks and Other Cash Items 'tiJ9 53
; here on a visit from New Mexico.
The remains were laid to rest in
j Shiloh cemetery, Saturday after-
noon at four o'clock. The bereaved
'ones have our sincere sympathy.
C'aeh in bank
1 by All Dealors
Capital ^ock Paid in., $10,1100 00
Surplus fund 2,oQ0 00
Undivided profits, less expen-
ses and taxes paid 154 l'4
Due to Banks 10,000 00
Individual deposits subject to'
ch%ck 57.4 s5 31
l ime (vrtificates of deposit 37,"J1 ti;
Cashier's checks outstanding 3h 65
N'les and Hi.is Rediscounted 5,000 i0
''ills Payable 5,000 OO
1 MAKE THE LOWEST
RATE OF ... .
.. Farm Loans ..
Privilege to Pay Part or All After One Year.
Get Your Abstracts For You
Buy or Sell your Land. Write Insurance. Renew your Loan.
See me if you want money, or want to save money.
J. F. SHOCKLEY,
Lexington. Okla. The Real Estate ami Loan Man.
Stiite of Oklahoma. /
Cleveland County, ) 8 *
1. Hobt. M. Evans. Cashier of the
t' ■ ve nauie'l Bank, do solemnly swear
riiat the above statement ip true au-l
that said Bank liae no other liabilities
an.I is not en lorser on any note or oh-
iieation other than that -hown in the
ahove etateraeat, ...
knowle<iyM an i belief,
Se\eral cars corn just in, and
more coming. Study the analysis
on our red tags. Vou will find
our chops absolutely pure. Corn
cleaned twice before grinding.
Ask your merchant for our brand
and insist on getting it.
AN ENJOYABLE EVENING
■ Mr. and Mr-. Geo. \V. Merritt en-
tertained a number of their friends
at their home Mondav evening.
Ihe occasion being in honor of the
IStli birthday of their daughter.
Mis* Mary Lou.
. The young folks played all kinds
of games until a late hour, when
delicious refreshments, consisting
of cider, ice cream and cake, were
served. Mi-s Edith Hunt rendered
several selections of music. The
hostess was the rq^ipient of a num-
ber of beautiful, as well as useful.
presents. Mrs. Merritt was assisted Correct—Att
in serving n freshmenfs by Mrs.
Minnie Peery. Those present were:
Misses Carrie and Lena Pruitt,
Nettie Stevens. Mamie and Jewell
Thompson, Ora F< -senbeck, Martha
Peery, Christina and Elsie Olson,
Edith Hunt. Hadley Puryear and
Ola Brown; Mesdames. Minnie
Pe<ry and Uarl y Brown; Messrs.
E. C. Matbis. Finous and Harley ——
Brown, lorn Holloway, Mort Sew- Mr. Farmer, paint your house
ell. Robert Hunt, Earl Steven-', now when you can have time to
Sam and Willie Hawk. Walter and pay for paint after you get your
Edwin Jarboe. Fred Kemp. John cotton out.-Edgar J. Keller.
McKay, Clarence Northcutt and
Snb-cribed aud -
th < 7th day <jf -ept,
lie best nf my
o help ;jie God.
bt. M. Kvans.
:":j to bef'ire me ,
•I. K. Shock ley.
Phone the news to 18.
For good paint and pure linseed
oil. see Edgar J. Keller.
Look at Our Window! \
We are displaying the "Yours Truly" brand
of eatables in our show window and it
makes a pretty assortment to look at. But
you will have to try some of the brands to
really enjoy them
We Are Headquarters For Bread
J. M. TLIGGLE
Lexington, The Leading Grocer Oklahoma
Returned From Market
A Big Stock on
Hand at our Yards
Wholesale or Retail
Has Million* Of Fuiends
How woaM y««n like to number your
friends by milliona ae Backien'e Arnica
Halve doee? Its astounding cures in
I have returned from market and |'a6'fort>' >eare It.
, 'he best Salve in the world for scores,
can show you the choicest lot of ulcere, eczema, barns, boils, scalds,
new fall mid winter millinery ever cuts, corns, sore eves, sprains, ewell-
shown in Lexington fur the price. '"£e' bruises, cold sores Has no
The new colors are: Maple, this e<J,,al for P'let. *'5c at a.i drug
is the tirst shade on the syndicate nniAm
card, therefore the lending coto, "OWO-tOWD Office
It is a shade of brown. Eminence
S. S. DENISON
FIRE and TORNADO INSURANCE
FARM LOANS and REAL ESTATE
Office in old Picture Gallery Building.
Archer Grain 8 Lbr.
COMPA N Y
PURCELL - . LEXINGTON
is the new purple. Emerald green
and yacht, the new blue. Bishop
and Coronation are the new rede.
. Come iri and see the new and
quaint hats called "Pierette," "Yu-
ma ^ uma the new cox comb
trim ami the flexible hoods. Fringe, j
cords and tassels are a strong fea- !
ture this season.
And last, but not least, is the
new "Coronation Bonnet.'' This I
is the hat of the season and will be
the only hat worn by voting ladies'
and misses. It i- the r;ige in the
East, and is r-rtainly pretty and
Yours to please,
Noil ;:re espeei.tlly invited to ai
l*or Sale-One* good Estey
Apply at Leader Office.
W e have a down-town office at
the old Lee Lumber yard office,
and all those knowing themselves
to be indebted to the Good Service
Telephone Company, will please
call there and settle same.
It. P. Wynne, Manager.
OiGKfcWON And Assimilation
It is not the quantity of food taken
but tbe amount digested, and aBSimi-
lated that nivee strength and vitality
tn the-vstein. Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets invic ,rnte the Pto-
raach a d I iver and enable them to
pertnrm their fonctione naturally. For
sa>e bv A;: Dealers.
Free Soda Water
We have extended our offer of
one ease of soda water for the month j
of September. With every fo.OOl
worth of groceries purchased at our 3
you a ease of I -3
1 SEPTEMBER 1
■ IS THE MONTH ,|
| And We Have The Clothing. |
\ (iu should call in and look over our luie of
Hlue Ribbon clothes. Clothing for all the
family from head to foot. We handle the £
famous Selz Brothers and R. P. Smith, shoes £
Webster, Rabbit, Buffalo and Stetson hat*. £
I ruuks, valises, telescopes, ladies' dress- t
goods, voile skirts of all shades and colors,
We are going to make competition get light. £
We can down competiton on all dress goods. £
Visit our store and let'us show you our ljUe. £
J. M. WATSON
e will give
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Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, September 15, 1911, newspaper, September 15, 1911; Lexington, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110484/m1/4/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.