You Alls Doins. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, March 22, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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At the EHPORIUH. Il'est of Pontofflce.
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You Alls Doins
MARY L. STEVENS.
PKOPBIITOB AMD POBLIHHKR •
Kntored at the Poatofflce at Lexington,
Oklahoma, aa mail nrnttor of the seoond-
fablished every Thursday. Subscription
price One Dollar per year in advance.
*JrMione IVo. 1^7.
FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1001.
CITY ELECTION, MAY 6TH, 1901.
MOHELEY—-We ure authorized to announce
the name of It. T. Moseloy asucttiididatc
for Alderman foe the Second ward of the
Villiixi' of Lexington.
LYDICK-We aro authorized to announce
the name of J. D, Lydlek as a candidate
Tor Aldeiman for the Third ward, subjwt to
the desires of the people to be expressed at
the city election. May nth.
Shabp—We are authorized to announce
the name of N. E. Sharp for re-election
to the office of Voliue Judge of the Milage
MAXWELL—We are authorized to an-
nounce the name of It. .N. Maxwell as a
I'amiidat* for re-election t« the office of city
marshal ot tun Village of lexington,
Dennis Flynn 19 at the head of a
new bank to be organized at Aua-
darbo. Flynu may not be able to
curtail the powers of the governor,
nor dictate the policy of the Seereta-
ry of the Interior, but he continues
to " hine" as a banker.
R. N, Maxwell announces himself
as a candidate for re-election to the
I office of city marshal, in this issue.
Mr. Maxwell has filled this import-
j aut office so satisfactory to the public
and with so much credit to himself
| that we deem it unnecessary to make
extended comment along that line.
The people of tne Indian Territo-
ry are elated over the fact 'hat Gov-
ernor Barnes vetoed the publie build-
i igs bill, as, they coa'end, the loca-
tion of those important institutions
in Oklahoma at this time would be a
great injustice to the Indian territo-
ry, should single statehood ever
they do fieetn to be rather proue to j f
] "speak out in meetin'." I t
In announcing my candidacy lor j
Alderman in the third ward, I might1 |
sny that the principles which I rep !
resent and the platform upou which j !
I stand is, in brief, "better sidewalks | !
cleaner streets, well-drained htreets, ! 1
sprinkled streets, economy in small-
I pox quarantine, renewed, extended
j and determined efforts to assist the
[growth, welfare, and general appear
ance of our city." There is not an
other village in Oklahoma territory
with the natural advantages of Lex-
ington and the city officials cau
scarcely do too mil eh to keep her
geueral appearauce and welfare and
official diguity abreast with the
growth and prosperity of the sur-
rounding country. If these ideas of
city government suit your wishes in
the matter, 1 wuuld respectfully ask
your votes in the city election in May.
J. D. Lydick.
Do Yon Like Fresh bread? j
Pies. Cakes, and all kinds of Bakery
Goods ? ? ? ? ?
- - FOX'S BAISEY - -
Is the only Dlace in town where all kinds of Bakery
Goods are bakeJ every day. A full line of Groceries.
North Side East Broadway. Lexington, Oklahoma
OUR PRICES ON HOME CURED
EYE < > PENERS
Also a full line of Fresh Meats
at the same prices
Bell Meat Market, J"i4rp'?.,ord
I'red \\. James makes his aunoun-
(AMES—We are authorized to announce the cement this Week as a candidate for
J name of Fred \S James as a candidate for |
' name of Fred W. James as a candidal
Aluerman for the Fourth ward of the Village , the office of alderman for the Fourth
of Lexington, | ,
~ — ! ward. Mr. James lias done his full
The city political pot is beginning share to make Lexington what it is
to "bile." today. He has large property inter-
———— ^-sts here and has the welfare of the
Editorially the Weatherford Dem- town at heart. A better man for the
ocrat is considerably above the aver- j office would be hard to find,
Oklahoma weeklies; and the
Democrat is democratic tothe core.
The announcement of Atty. J. D.
Lydick for the office of alderman
Judging from reports heard ouUj
every side, Oklahoma it in for a "J®
strong steady substantial growth. V
Farming ha9 been tried and cattle- ! Il[4
meu who have gone to feediu
beeu much more6ucce sful than wh
they depended 011 the range.
He Don't Weigh No 1 500 lbs
. . But He is Near It • .
came- i ^
ig have 4
au when ! *4*
Duncan, of Iolaad, Okla., says he
A paper published in Woodard from the Third ward appears in this
county, called the Gage Record, has issue of Y'Alls. Mr. Lydick is well
this for a motto: "The Christian's qualified for the position to which he
Frieud and the Sinuer's Salvation.'' aspires. He is a property owner
wide awake, progressive citizen, and Mr' Browu' of Iolanc1' who invested
The Newkirk Herald "throws the ; ha8 re8ided here long enough to be iu a Koat ™uch, now has 12,000 gcats \
went to the territory eight years ago, j ^
and in the first four years lest $4,000; ■
he now has a ranch of 4S0 acres, for "Z*
which he recently refused $12, 000.
He says the yield on 100 acres of his j
laud was 39 bushels per acre. Iu
Western Oklahoma there haa not
been a crop failure since it became a
territory. Wheat and cattle are said
to be doing nicely.
Mr. Duncan says he has never
heard of a hog dying of cholera
in his section. Commission men at
the yards syy Oklahoma hogs are
among the fiuest shipped to this
market. The cotton industry has
proven a success, as also goat raising
4 To ride in, call
1 And see US.
We have some lumber that does weigh 1,300 lbs., to the 1,000 feet.
J,n Nice, dry ceiling. In fact we are getting our yard iu line shape.
Ob, come around auy way and if you dou't want to buy we will
""I* talk politics.
t .Js s* IS R THEIIV
"*•* Phone 12
«r « « « « <r
hooks" into the recent legislature in
this fashion: "The most corrupt
legislature that ever assembled in
familiar with the resources and needs
of the town.
Noaii was one of the earliest ad-
aud $3,000 iu the bank as a result
The interest taken by the commercial
club, of Kansas City, as shown by
their recent trip to the territory and
J. D. LYDICK.
If Pat Crowe has beeu keeping tab
on the Oklahoma legislature, he is
not liLely to look upon the territory
as au inviting field'for his particular
liue of busiuees. *
vertisers. lie advertised he would their contemplation of another short-
sail on a certain date. Those who 1 '}*> shows their confidence in Okla-
dib not believe in advertising failed homa's future from a business stand-
to get tickets and were left iu the point.—Live Stock Inepector.
wet during the forty days rain with-
At tome Lain
Praetice.in all Court'*.
Collections a sjftcialtjj.
BOUGH MAN & PAISLEY
Estimates cheerfully furnisl ed on all
LEXINGTON, ( ).vLA kill Is of Work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
N. E. SHARP
Ir a voting content were launched
today as to the mcst popular man iu
the two territories, we would be will-
ing to back Governor Barnes against
out umbrellas or bathing suits, The
most of them could not swim. It is
thought they took to the trees autl
Jc;f. McNeal, of Outhre, has such
abiding faith iu his chances to be
appointed governor that he has sold
Lis bank and is prepaiing to adjust
Lis lips"to the gubernatorial teat.
Here is a verdict brought in by a
c* >rouer's jury iu Ue rgia:
"The deceased came to his death
from a railroad in the hands of a re
•ceivet. and the -ame is manslaughter
iu the lirst decree."
In announcing myself as a candid-
ate for re-election to the office of
police jutice of Lexiuglou I desire to
state that dining the time I have
held the office my aim has always
been to do my duty as I saw it, and
shall contjnue to do so should the
voters of Lexinton see fit to re-elect
me. I thank the public for th
liberal support iu the past and re-
spectfully solicit you votes in the
coming election. Respectfully,
N. E. Sharp.
I desire to notify my patrons that
I will soon establish a millinery ^tore
at Adel!, O. T. uud will be pleased
to have my oM patrons and new ones
call and inspect, my good-. I can
suit you. Respectfully,
Mrs. F. M. Sinxett.
Attorney fit Law ail
•Justice 0/ the Peace.
Office in Conrt house.
of 1 h.
E. M. Abernathv and sou E.\ing
returned Monday from Pulaski,
Tenn , where they attended the fu-
neral of the Inte J. (). AberoatiiV.
Mrs. E. M. Aberuathv has returu-
elr ed from her trip to the St. Louis
markets, where site remained thee
weeks selecting a large stock of mil
linery for the spnug trade. She i-^
receiving her new goods an I informs
QEO. P. JOHNSTON, XI. D.
Ph i/.tieian and
Surgeon. -—- ■—
Office at Peaples Dru^ Store.
'Phone Residence 24, Office 18.
: st <>u Earth. •
; ? old stand 011 the hill. Lexington
• Itemem her the (>
? ureniaile mi h i! >i ■. tl'ti n
^loms umt an' ijuarautrcil
it (((/(pus *
J ti 1
;on 1 y
Cen era I Practitioner
Medicine and Surf/cry,
Office—Over Keller's furniture Store
Office hours—10-12 n. tn. 2-li p. m.
'Phone--Res. 81, Office 15.
CorxciLMAX E. Di ffv has received
Bee, says that J.
of the Arapahoe
W. McNeal has
some favorable comment from the stl'(-' ^'s Guthrie bank so he can
press. Mr. Duffy w.is fearless and 8've Ids entire time to his duties as
aggressive in advocating what he be- )-,'overnor. In auother paragraph
lieved to be f jr the best interests of 'ie act'uses 0)e democrats of Oklahc-
the whole people.
us that the millinery department of DR. L. T. SMITH
their store this spring will excel anv
| thing heretofore to be found iu that
. line in Lexington.
and PLATINUM w< rk of
the latest styles and best
workmanship, you should
1 jowi:-. C *i';isisoii.
Try us for up-to-date pt in ting.
In another column will lie found
the announcement cf R. T. Mi «*ley
a candidate for the office of alder-
man for the Secmd ward. Being crats of the
an old n sideut, and one who has ex- meddlesome
uia of procuring Congressman
Stephens, of Texas., to make a bitter v
I Iffii'o over
1 .i-x innt< >i
tn. to 0 p. m
Resilience on Ilill
10 a. m. to 12 in., '6 p.1
■ ■P0Tft_Arr_ r_f,LAGEMENT .
L' cited oil the Hill.
LEXINGTON, - * • OKLAHOMA.
light to give the p-nver to appoin
the officers over in the new country
to the governor. He -ays the demo-
territory are hateful,
chaps, anil intimates
A. IL TUWK,
X promptlj-proccred, CP. NO FEE. Se-id incdel. Bk.tch.J
5* rph to free report on patentability. B« ok "IlowSj,
A t a and F rei^n I>atentaandTrade-.Marks,'\'.
A F?EE. i lire -t terms ev.-r offered to invontors U
X PATENT LAWYERS OF 29 YEaRS' PRACTICE I
$ ,20,000 PATENTS PROCURED through them. 4
• All L limesa c« nhden 11a!. Sound adviFaithftil^
v; lerrice Moderate charge#.
V Write ~
C. A. SNOW & CO.\
pensive property interests here, Mr. that they may secure the re appoint-
Moseley would be the riyht man for ment of Barnes as governor Iu the
the place. He is an honorable, si first place there are perhaps more' S patent lawyers
ceseful business uwa and should he democrats iu Oklahoma thau Pro. L
bv «lecte(i, the Second ward will r illmore would like tc admit. The
Lave an alderman of whom all will ( same democrats expect to remain in
Big line of new spring stylos iu
[the territory and help pay the taxes, jpant8 just received at the Mammoth.
The Farmer's Bank,
Of Lexington, Okla. Tr.
A STRONG MO/Wi: INSTITUTION.
Accounts, large or small, solicited. All business eatrmtol to as will
receive carsful and prompt attention.
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