Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, July 1, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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PURCELL MILL & ELEVATOR COMPANY,
PURCELL, • • INDIAN TERRITORY
WILL PAY YOU MORE FOR YOUR
Wheat, Corn and Oats,
Than jou can get elsewhere. Our weights are guaranteed.
.. Our Flour ..
Is handled by all the leading merchants of Lexington and
Purcell. Why not patronize home industry and keep our
money at home? Give us a call and a chance at your busi-
ness is all we ask.
x a: satisfaction x guaranteed, a a
THE GERMAN SALOON.
ille & cutter, Proprietors.
FinE KEiifunky Whisky, WIjies. Cigars
THREE KINDS OF BEER
Lexington, 0• T.
WeitzenliofFer & Turk,
"HTCTTT T 171? Q ani^ whnlEsala
UiU 1 ll^ljIliiAU Liquor IlEalErs
Agents for Pabst Beer.
Handles Everything of First-
Class Grade Needed by Our
People. For Fine Re-
pairing, Call on
JUST LOOK AT THIS!
A good many people are asking what
the Green Stamp oc the Cele-
brated Mattinglyand Moore
and Yellowstone Whis-
WHAT THE LITTLE GREEN STAMP
It tells you that the Whiskey was "Bottled
in Bond under supervision of the United
States Government in the Distillery
It tells you the age of the whiskey.
It tells you the proof of the whiskey.
It tells you the name of the distiller.
It tells you the location of the distillery.
It tells you the state.
It tells you the quantity in the bottle.
It tells you the date bottled.
It tells you, by its presence over thecork,
under the provision of the Bottling in
Bond Act, passed by Congress in 1897.
that the whiskey it incloses is guaranteed
by the United States Government to be i
free from adulteration.
The ONLY place vou can purchase these
PURE FAMILY WHISKIES is at
I LLE & KUTTER'S
THE LEXINGTON SALOON.
H. H. Meneke, Prop.
tex*t Brewing Co'« Lager Beer, Porter and Ale, Fine Wine« £.lqnori til
Cigars. Courteoui treatment to alL Phone 85.
You Haye Malaria!
WILL CURE YOU
PRICE 50 CENT9
OWL DRUG STORE.
B. C. CLARK,
JEWELER and OPTICIAN.
A reputation of twelve years
for honest dealings counts some-
thing when you want to buy a
Diamond, Watch or a Hue piece
By cash dealing? we have built
up a fine business.
We Want More Business.
B. C. CLARK,
Purcell, I. T.
Fine Watch Work a Specialty.
CASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of
In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums
l-w# L9() tf Ao
x.$$, voolsois Spice Co,
-COXD .XATIOXAL HI!\K WOOLSON S,
TOLEDO, OHIO. ' cM
Like Cheek tiKe This?
We Have Awarded $20,000.00
Presidential Vote Contest
Cash to Lion Coffee users in our Oreat World's Fair Contest
2139 people get checks, 2139 more will get them in the
What will be the total popular vote cast
for President (votes for all can-
didates combined) at the election
November 8, 1904?
In 1900 election, 13,959,653 people voted
for President. For nearest correct esti-
mates received in Woolson Spice Com-
pany's office, Toledo, O., on or before
November 5, 1904, we will give Hrst
prize for the nearest correct estimate,
second prize to the next nearest, etc.,
etc., as follows:
1 First Prize $2,500.00
1 Second Prlie
2 Prizes—$500.00 each
5 Prizes— 200.00
Five Lion-Heads cut from Lion
Coffee Packages and a 2-cent
stamp entitle you (in addition to
the regular free premiums) to
one vote. The 2-cent stamp cov-
ers our acknowledgment to you
that your estimate is recorded.
You can send as many esti
mates as desired.
Grand First Prize of §5,000,00
will be awarded to the one who is nearest
correct on both our World's Fair and Presi-
dential Vote Contests.
We also offer $5,000.00 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers'
Clerks. (Particulars in each case of Lion Coffee.)
How Would Your ftiame Look on One of These Checks?
Evervbodv uses coffee If vou will use LION COFFEE long enough to get acquainted with it. you will be suited and
convinced the" is no other such value f. ,r the money. Then you wM take no o«her-and that .why we a^r^And
we are using our advertising money so that both of us—yotl as well as we will get a bene., .
WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES
Complete Detailed Particulars in Every Package of
10 Prizes— 100.00
20 Prizes— 50.00
WOOLSON SPICE CO
THINKS HE'S FUNNY.
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
■ ewakc of imitations.
thi oinuint pripanid only by
Ballard-Snovv Liniment Co.
6T, LOUI9, MO.
OWL DRUG STOKE.
"THIS ISTHE WAY OF THE WISE.
OF COURSE YOU ARE GOING!
Let us furnish you "with literature rolatlvo to tho buildingstjhotels, low
ruU)b, train service, otc. Aok your local agent or aciareBtf
C. W. STRAIN, Division Passcngcr Agent
Through Pullman to St.
Louis Every Day
It's an old saw that cuts iee a!! thi
Men folk discuss the complexion o
affairs; women folk, affairs of the
| The hard-eyed female fears nobod;
but a bachelor; the bachelor feari
nobody but a hard-eyed female.
What's the sense of trying to se<
ourselves as others see us? Nt
man can distinguish himself as otheri
can distinguish him.
Half the world wonders why Napo
leon ever went to the trouble and ex
pense of crossing the Alps, only tt
uKimateily wind up in St. Helena.
I always enjoy seeing two womei
get together to have a good cry.
know that they'll be laughing tei
minutes later for making such dart'
fools of themselves.
An expert linguist, master of nln<
languages, takes a cruel advantage o'
his helpmeet. When his wife scoldf
him in her native tongue, he answers
her back in eight of the others.
Met a poor benedict the other day
beating his breast and vowing four
teen different kinds of revenge. Saii
another fellow had run off with his
wife, when, if the truth were known
his wife had run off with the other fel
The Man of Habit
It happened in a Fulton street res-
taurant that contains by actual coun*.
seventy-two tables. At 3 o'clock last
Wednesday afternoon five of these ta-
bles were occupied. That left sixty-
seven for the accommodation of late
arrivals. At a few minutes past 3 a
man entered. He was thin, had short
gray hair, a stubby gray mustache
and stony, staring blue eyes. He
came in at the south end of the room,
walked stolidly past the sixty-seven
empty tables and the four that were
occupied by solitary diners and sat
down in the end chair of the seventy-
second table, at which a man and a
woman were seated.
The couple were engaged in a con-
versation which, to all appearances,
was tender as well as confidential.
They stopped talking when the man
sat down and looked at him and at the
empty tables suggestively. But the
man's mind was not in a receptive
state. Subtle hints were lost on him.
Calmly he studied the bill of fare,
from which he finally selected a meal
of clam cocktail, sirloin steak and
coffee. The woman in the case looked
"Is there no remedy?" she said.
None short of actual murder," re-
plied her companion.
"t'nder the circumstances we would
be Justified in that." said she. "Any
jury in the land would acquit us."
"We might move," she suggested a
"No." said the man; "let's hang on
and see what he does."
"He" apparently bad no intention
of moving. When his luncheon was
served he ate it slowly. Presently
the man and woman went away. Af-
ter their .departure curiosity got the
better of the man at an adjoining ta-
bl who had watched the proceeding
"I am going to find out." he said,
"what that white-livered pelican
meant by freezing that couple out."
In slightly modified terms he put
the question to the solemn diner.
"Why," said the "pelican." "1 didn't
mean anything by it. This is my ta-
ble. I've eaten luncheon at this ta-
ble every weekday for the last fifteen
years. You don't suppose, do you.
that I am going to be thrown out of
gear at this late day by a pair of sen-
"Good Lord," s:\ld the Inquisitive
man. "were you never mushy your-
self? Couldn't you tell? Couldn't
'1 saw nothing." was the reply. "I
reiterate, this is my table aud I am
a man of habit."
"May Heaven deliver me," groaned
the inquisitive man. "from people who
have 'habits': '—New York Press.
1 >1 sail->o. 11G*
East of Kansas,City this
through sleeper will run
over the Missouri Pacillic
For further particulars and litera-
ture of the World's Fair,
A. W. HUFFMAN, Agent.
When people marry
faugh is on them.
for fun the
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Anrnne sending a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
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Patents taken through Munn X Co. recelvf
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Branch Office. G36 F St* Wasbtnatuu. D. C.
Being disappointed in love or disap-
pointed in matrimony is very differ-
snt with long odds on love.
People who think themselves awful-
ly unlucky are often only lazy.
It does not cost much to blow off a
ot of hot air, but to blow off the dust
night sometimes be a pretty expen-
Some people are such an easy mark
:hat they ought to go through life
abeled "All in trouble call." A tele-
)hone attachment would not be a bad
dea, so that you could ring up for
vtat you want.
Woke Up the Flagman
Tin Deposits in Burma.
In the province of lower Burma
India, near the Siamese frontier, tic
deposits have recently been discovered
and valuable coal fields located. The
tin «re Is said to be of as high a quail t
ty as that mined in the Straits settle j
The recent renewal of discussion of
the Grand Trunk Pacific project for a
second railroad across the Dominion
of Canada reminded a railroad man
the other day of this story of Marcus
He made a survey of the route
which the new road proposes to follow
when the Canadian Pacific was pro-
jected. The party under Smith was
running lines one sleepy Indian sum-
mer day on the headwaters of the Sas-
katchewan river. When he wanted to
take a sight of the rear flag he dis-
covered that it was being held in line.
All sorts of signals were tried, but the
attention of the flagman could not be
Finally Smith Jumped into a buck-
board and drove back over the line.
Presently the. others of the party
heard half a dozen rev dver shots.
Then Smith came back alone and
with never n word of explanation.
Hours passed, but the flagman did
not appear. They made camp; a teat '
for the men, and one apart from I'
for Marcus Smith. The surveyor!
v ere about to demand an explanatiol
from their chief, dangerous as I
would have been, when the missinf
flagman crawled out of the brush aut
into the tent.
"I went to sleep." he confessed
"and was awakened by a great bij
paw-like hand ending me vigorously
I scrambled up and started to run
Marcus came after me. I grabbec
a stick when he gained on me ant
managed to trip him up. Then hi
started to shoot and I made for thi
bush faster than ever."
The man was greatly trouble*
about his future course. His fellowi
advised me to turn out with the crew
in the morning, as though uothini
had happened, lie remembered thi
revolver shots and thought It wai
taking long eljances, but finally de
cided to risk it. The crusty old sur
veyor did not refer to it in any way
and as the flagman kept awake then
were no more flying shot?.
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Hutchin, J. H. Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, July 1, 1904, newspaper, July 1, 1904; Lexington, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110153/m1/2/: accessed April 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.