You Alls Doins. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 9, 1900 Page: 4 of 8
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V ou Alls Doins
By OS. W. STEVENS,
Published every Thimdny. Subscription
price One Dollar per year in advance.
I nno nitre merit*
. probate Jt'DOE .
*Vo are authorized to announce 7'. /*.
('rose, aw a candidate for the ojlice of
• ( Probat" Judge Cleveland oounty
. A8SB8SOH' .
VVc are authorized to announce -Toilic
(linn as candidate for rco'eefcicn for As-
r H80r of Clevolund county.
. ATTOBNES .
We arr authorized- to announce /*,
WOLF, as n candidate for the olticc of
\ I'torney of Cleveland county.
. commissioner .
We are authorized to hujiouu^** Jill
All,ire as n candidate for commissioner
from the 2nd district, Cleveland.^ comity
. RECORDER OF DEEDS .
We are authorized to announce (1. I'.
Il'ooflaril as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Recorder of Deeds of Cleve-
. treasurer .
We are authorized to announce
(Joteait, of Moore, as a candidate for
treasurer of Cleveland eountv.
prominent ai itl influential gentlemen,
who are ita i )0 way connected with
auy newsptip er, who are wielding
their iutl^Lici 2 in behalf of democ-
In declining' to publish a sworn
statement tins week in regard to the
democratic o)i ivention held at Nor-
man on July 11'.ith, we do so beleive-
iug it to be'btBt for the democracy
I of Cleveland county. While our
columns hava always been opeu to
all for the c< miction of mistakes or
the righting, of wrongs, we deem it
proper in "this instance, to refuse
space to thin article. .Our cause is
unselfish. 'We bad much rather lose
the few dollars we would receive for
this publication, than to publish any-
thing that in any way reflects upon the
democracy oi Cleveland county and
some of the bes.t men in it. Our in-
centive is to bi'iild up and not tear
down and destroy. We beleive in
peace and harmony and not disrup-
tion and strii o. When a man's selfish
ambition out weighs his better judge-
ment and ca uses him to stir up strife
and contenti on among the people, it
is best to lei id him as little assistance
The folio wing bit of information
I may be of interest of those who may
| care to file on laud in the Kiowa and
j Comanche reservation: Every man
j who has ever filed on homestead
I lands but did not perfect his title,
jean take .a claim; every man who
■ever- proved tip on a homestead before
j living on it five years can take a claim;
| the soldiers of the civil and Spanish-
j American wars are entitled to credit
(on their homesteads for their time
| served as soldiers; every homesteader
Ham | who has la&d adjoining the reservat-
We are authorized to announce I), li.
I) tjlllie as n candidate tor re-election to
tfee office of clerk of Cleveland oonnty
We are authorized to announce E. /,.
f.'riif/e as a candidate for re-election to
t)ie office of superintendent of public in-
struction of Cleveland county.
We are authorized to announce It. jF
\isbrtt as a candidate for representative
from tho 'Jth district subject the demo-
When the lust currency bill was
passed McKiuley declared that the
money quesiton was forever settled.
As soon as Bryan was nominated
McKinley said "Silver is the leading
Fowls of the air have nests and
the foxes have holes, but if it proves
to be a fact that the ministers iu
Pekin have been murdered, John
Chinaman hath not where to lay his
ions and who failed to get 160 acres
in Lis original claim can tile on enough
to make up thft deficiency. The set
tiers who took claims in the bend of
the Washita river, beleiveing they
were in Washita county, but Who
were actually iu tho Indian reserva-
tions, will be given a preference
right of thirty days in which to select
and file on claims in the Kiowa and
The democrats of Cleveland and
Pottowatomie couuties met in con-
vention at Burnett Tuesday and
nominated a councilman and a rep-
resentative from the 9th and 10th
The convention was called to order
at 2 o'clock and Attorney B. F.
Wolf, of Norman, elected chairman
and E. J. Keller, of Lexington,
secretary. The usual committees
were appointed and an adjournment
taken until 4 o'clock, at which time
the reports of the various commit
tees were read and adopted. The
convention then proceeded to nomi-
nate a candidate for councilman.
J. H. Baker, of McLoud, and A. W.
Fisher, of Norman, were placed in
nomination. The vote was then
taken, which resulted in Fisher's
It would be a very nice thing for
Lexington if every property owner in
town would see that every weed on
their premises were cut close to the
ground. It i-i true they make a very [taken, wuicu resulted in
good shade in some parts of the city, j nomination by a large majority,
but they are not at all ornamental, i The convention then adjourned,
il 1 ; the delegates of the $th representa-
T#$ foundation of trusts and im i tive district recpnyening in the same
perialism is beginning to tremble, hall and the delegates of the 10th
and ere long that colossal pyramid I district meeting in the city hall im
will fall with a crash that will bt
heard around the world, and its
builders buried beneath such a uioun
tain of debris that it will take ages
t rescue them.
Whi n McKinley was nominated in
! 890 he propped high prices for pro
duce ami labor, and the only way he
bad of fulfilling that promise was to
plunge the nation into as many wars
as be could. He will soon find that
the majority of Americans prefer
peace first and prosperity afterwards.
Mi ll buyers have visited this part
i f Oklahoma frequently of late and
bought up shipped out several large
loads of line mules to be used by the
British in their wars. If thesewars
are kept up, and they probably will
lis for several years to come, every-
thing will be in gr* t demand end at
a high price.
mediately afterward for the purpose
of nominating candidates for the
lower house from these districts.
The 9,th district placed in nomi-
nation Mr. Kisk, J. M. Stoyall, Dr.
B. F. Nesbitt and I)r. W. H. Qwsly.
Dr. Nesbitt was nominated on the
In the 10th district J. D. Vandiyer,
John Franniug and Capt. Phelps,
all of Cleveland county were placed
in nomination. Capt. Phelps was
introduced late in the fight as a
"dark horse," but proved to be a
The convention was well attended
by democrats from both couuties
and the ticket put out seems to meet
with general approval. The conven-
tion was oue of the most harmonious
held iu the territory this year. Tbe
candidates are all strong men with
splendid records, which insures a
democratic victory iu November.
Kniekts; of Pythias Will Decorate-
The K. of P. will decorate the
grave of Ed. B. Stevens on next
Sunday evening at 4 o'clock. Every-
body invited to be present. All
members of the lodge are requested
to meet at the hall Friday night.
The republicans of this county
met in Norman last week and nomi-
nated the following ticket: Fred
James, Com; Ben Craig, Sheriff; L.
P. Kenedy, Co. Atty: C. L. Botsford
Probate Judge; Prof. Meekers, Co.
Supt; S. C. Hawk, Treas; B. F. Will-
iains, Co. Clerk; E.JLoyd, register of
deeds; Mitchell, assessor.
Sam Paul ana wife left for Sul-
phur Springs Wednesday.
All of you get your throats cleared
up ready for the ratification Friday
week, August 17. A big time it
will be for all. If you enjoy being
iu a large crowd, come; if you like
to hear people yell and shout, come;
if you would like to see a grand dis-
play of fire works, come; if you like
to hear good speaking by good
speakers, such as Hon. Tom Marcum,
Col. O, H. Travis and Col. J. W.
Johnson, come; if you want to come
just to be coming, come on.
S. R. Miller was in from Wanette I
Quite a crowd attended the W. O. I
W. log rulling at Norman this week. I
The people of the Christaiu church j
are enjoying a pleasant time iu thef
The Mammoth has just received [
its first large consignment of fall |
goods. You are cordially invited to j
call and inspect the stock and get >
prices before purchasing elsewhere,
especially ou shoes, among which
are the celebrated Star Brown, Kelly-!
Goodfellow, Desnoyer. and others too j
numerous to mention. 1 think I can
save you money enough to pay you j
for your trouble, besides the pleasure
you will realize by the visit.
J. N Smith.
Prevented a Tragedy.
Timely information given Mrs. j
George Long, of New Straitsville, j
Ohio, saved two lives. A frightful j
cough had long kept her awake every ,
night. She had tried many reme-!
dies and doctors but steadily grew I
worse until urged to try Dr. King's
New Discovery. Cue bottle wholly-
cured her; and she writes this mar- j
velous medicine also cured Mr. Long j
of a severe attack of pneumonia, j
Such cures are positive proof of its
power to cure all throat, chest and j
lung troubles. Only oOc aud ?1.00. |
Guaranteed. Trial bottles free at i
Peoples Drug store,
Some of the boys had a tilt with
the Mexican tamala man Saturday
night. The Mexican was hit with a
rock and; it is said, drew a long
knife and chased the offender down
the street at a very rapi gait.
Cattle men of the Arapahoe coun-
try and stock dealers and money
lenders of Kansas City are at war
with each other. The Kansas City
men claim to have mortgages on
cattle in the Arapahoe country and
are trying to drive the stock out
without process of law and against
the protests of the owners.
It Helped Win Battles- |
Twenty-nine officers and men
wrote from the frout to say that for
scratches, bruises, cuts, wounds, sore I
feet and stiff joints, Bucklen's Arnica
salve is the best in the world. Same
for burns, skin eruptions and piles.
y5c a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold
at Peoples drug store.
Jim Peters had a large fruit evap-
orator made this week. It is made
of galvanized iron, has thirteen cases,
and will dry ten bushels of fruit at
once. Hub Marcum was the master
mechanic who did the work, and
when Jim came in Tuesday morning
to get it he was so well pleased with
it that he duplicated his order and
now Hub is doing his best to make
another one just like it.
Ice Cream is what *he Young Ladies want ti ase hot
times boy. and if you want them to love you hp- • take
them to •'
Fee Cream Parlor.
Soda Fountain, Coca Oolo, Dr. Peppers, Pepsi i
Soda, Lemonade and all kind* of soft drinks.
Bring your sweetheart and come, eat, drink and
be merry', for tomorrow you j'aay bo broke.
North Side Eu.st Broadway. Lexington, Oklahoma
-if MADE BY
& RAND SHOE CO.
SOLD AT The Mammoth.
• Phone N5.
4 Doors East of Iscm
Jas. Crawford & Son, Prop. Lexington, 0. T.
FARMERS, BUY YOUR GROCERIES
"\Vbere you can get the most for your money, and
o| tbe best quality. We carry a full line of both
Staple and Fancy Groceries. Also a full line of
Tnieware anff finer
We cordially invite you to call and
see our goods in our new location—
Broadway, 1st door east Commercial hotel.
I I I']S
V ii noniifoment.
I have purchased the Livery stock of J, Y- Campbell
k sou, including all buggies and teams. I am now
prepared to turn out
to be had in Lexington or Purcell. Try oue of our
teams. We are reasonable iu price.
I\ I. Criloliot
Neal Smith's old stand Old Stand
J. K h K ). t h L b J- I I h ?, K
For the benefit of a few persons The democrats had a rousing meet-
skeptically inclined as to pnp^-ra over I inf? Saturday night, .t the city hall
the country that have formerly sup I atul arrangements were made to have
ported McKinley, but now' have 11'jig rtification 011 Friday, Aug. 17th,
openly declared 'for Bryau and the with a t'n,nd display of fii • works, at
democratic party, we give a few of ' '10rt' be speeches by
the most important. Chicigy Cron ''1<; niost prominent speakers cf the
at IN ds
;No good people this is not
; James Bros. Lumber Yard
: but a cut of the way it will 4*
1 look in two years from now
if tbe demand for building J,*
material keeps 011 ns it lias
been for the last .six months.
iele; Boston Traveler; Louisville
Courier Journal; Spriugfitld Mass.
Wepublieau; Boston Po^t; Cleveland
plain Dealer; Nashville American:
Montgomery Adviser. Th> -e are
only a few of tlx- many, but enough
to show which way the wind blows
There are also a large number of
territory, among whom are Hon.
(). II. Travis and Col. Johnson.
Everybody invited. There will be a
big time for all.
Judge Sharp attended 'he j icuic
at Norman this week.
Mrs. Bob Wynne was taken seri-
ously ill Wednesday night,
Story of a Slave-
To be bound hand and foot for
years by the chains of disease is the
worst form of slavery. George D.
Williams, of Manchester, Mich.,says:
"My wife has been so helpless for
five years that she could uot turn 4*
over iu bed alone. After using two
bottles of Electric Bitters she is *1*
wonderfully improved and uhle to 1 House and Old Hickory
do her own work." This supreme I 'f*
remedy for female diseases quickly 1 'f-*
cures nervousness, sleeplessness, I *6* / / fJjf-W ti /<•' fM 'g'jft B? Bt V
melancholy, headache, backache,! V ' gB B, fC*.
By the way, we have the Agency for
and Lincoln A. P. Paints and keep a
oi Building Hardware, Harness and
of till kinds
fainting and dizzy speels. It is a
godsend to weak, sickly, run-down
people. (Jure guaranteed. Only
50c. Sold at Peoples drug store.
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