Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, September 16, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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A Free Railroad Ride For You
The Esrth in a uew illustrated
monthly journal, describing the
Great Southwest. Its publishers
generously offer nearly $3,000.00
worth of free railroad rides for the
best photos of Southwestern scenes,
and the best letters about that region
written by residents thereof.
Why don't you enter this friendly
contest f Write today to The Eaith,
1118 Railway Exehauge, Chicago
and learn full particulars.
We have a great supply of mort-
gages, note9 and oil tags.
W. 11. Harrison, Cleveland, Miss.,
writes, Aug. 15, 1902: "1 want to say
word of praise for Ballard's Snow Lini-
ment. I stepped on a nail, which
caused the cords of my leg to contract
and an abscess to rise in my knee, anil
the doctor told me that I would have a
stiff leg, so one day 1 went to .1. L.
Ford's drug1 store (who is now in Den-
ver, Colo ) He recommended a bottle
of Snow Liniment; I got a 50c size, and
it cured by leg. It is the best liniment
in the world.
Abscesses, with few exceptions, are
indicative of constipation or debility.
They may, however, result from blows
or from foreign bodies, introduced into
the shin or tlesb, bucIi as splinters,
thorns, etc. 8olil Owl Drug Store.
Bofora You Purchase Any Other Writs
the new home sewing machine company
Many Sewing Machines are nndotosell rejrard-
• Ne* Home"
to wt-ar. Our puarar.ty never runs out.
•' n " ■' " Mint's to suit all conditions
• \« * Horn •
ii i si ii-i: rade fa
Nol<| by ani dealer* only.
for sale by
E -J. KELLER.
News of Two Territories.
Muskogee voted to issue $100,000
1 more bonds to improve her water-
The street car line at South Mc-
Alester is to be extended to Harts
home, a distance of 15 miles.
Hobart paid *1*i0 premium on the
lirst bub' of cotton sold there this
year. The cotton -old for 11 cents
The opening of the third si "siou
of lmlmnola Synodical College took
place Tuesday morning, beginning
at U:30 o'clock.
The Katy is to spend > 10.000,000
fur improvements. Maybe they will
nail some uetv shingles on the Vin-
ita depot which is only 81 years of
Douglass 11 Johnstou was declared
governor ol the Chickasaw nation I
GOOD NICHT'S REST
"Spr V: f Ht !'* *he cricl t < -w^e,
For she kn< vr in her little hi art.
That etc? v: ^ vruji, hom< no.it treasure,
Could health aud joy impart.
Be (]u itied
In the purchase of a Type-
wirter by prejudice or force
of habit, unle^
y«u are in the
v) | (" buying the Standard
' > '" --jk Oliver T\ i-i.w i<t i fa, with a rec
J4_ vi (,nI never e
I'ouvt^^ writer on
ipialed In any type
earth. .iWi,U00 sales
the lirst eight years on the
!icause it is tuoro convenient (or the operator, cap
most work the easiest, and CJsts the owner le>-
ti''n inferior machines known, by virtue of
market. Why 1 I
able of doing the
age and reputition a>
Summer excursion rates are now
on to Colorado, Utah, points in 111i
nois, Wisconsin, Michigan and var-
ious other points. Before you take
your summer outing you will do
well to see A. W. Huffman, agent
for the Santa Fe, who will quote
you rates to fit most any pocket
book. Limits are nighty liberal,
too. Phone 5], Purcell, I. T.
Read the big ads in the Leader.
Every part of the mucous membrane, islature met
the nose, throat, ears, head and luiijts, tiou with C.
etc., subjected to disease and blight
from neglected colds. Ballard's More-
bound Syrup is a pleasaut and eifec-1
tive remedy, 25c, 50c, $1.00, YV. Aketi- banks.
drick, \ alley Mills, Texas, writes:
"1 have used Ballard's Horehound Syr-
up for coughs and throat troubles; it
is a pleasant and most effective remedy
—.Sold by Owl Drug Store.
IJfThp greatest tonic on cirtli is a good
flight's rest. Restless nights and tile ter
rible exhaust:..n of a hacking cou^ll are
dread dnngiis of the jx.or consumptive.
<JIlut why llus l\.ir of the night when a
few doses of Dr. Mosehee's I'lcrman Svrup
■will insure refreshing sleep, eiuirely frt , ,
from cough or night sweat? Free ex- j
peetoration in the morning is made ccr-
last week ot Tishomingo. The leg-1 tain by taking German Svrup. by enrolling ill the Tyler Comuier
and affected organ,/.a ^-fij'e ye^ th^ m^ent^t^f College, of Tyler, Texas, for a
11. Brown as speaker. ■ German Svrup will speedily relieve or course iu bookkeeping, shorth intl
cure the worst coughs, colds, bronchial or !.
In Indian Territory there are 232 lung troubles and that, even in bad vP^Titmg anu telegraphy. If you
100 of which are national1 0,"e lar*e ,H)ttle of continue what you are and
<>erniaii ?\vrup will work wonders. 12 ,
All have been established <JTwo sizes, 25c aud 75c. All dru^itta. NV'iere you are, that s where you
OLIVER TYPEWRITER COMPANY.
102 West 9th St. KANSAS CITY, M0.
Make Sure Your Future Suc-
King's Dyspepsia Tablets cure indi- ,
gestion, dyspepsia and strengthens the Ce8S HU^ lncrease
stomach. Sold by the Owl Drug .Store. Btit,e iu tlle union.
\\ hen you need mortgages
not«s come to the Leader office.
The Frisco System will issue dur-
ing the Summer months, tourist
round trip tickets to various resorts
and locations —the Mountains. Lakes
and Seashore, at greatly reduced
rates, with ample return limit.
Call on nearest agent, or address
' Passenger Tratiic Department,
St. I. uis.
Inherited Literary Ability.
Ellis Meredith, one of the best
known political writers In the west,
comes VI I J Justly by her literary abil-
ity. Though born on the Wyoming
frontier, she is of Huguenot stoek.
One of her ancestors was a Josef
Saurin. who wrote a satire which wag
credited to Voltaire and for which
Voltaire was s.-nt for the first time to
during the past fourteen years, 75
during the past two and one-half! Hogs for Sale
years, which is five times as mauy as
ii .1 v- ' have I" °r 12 head of young
were established in all the New ,, * "
, . . , . hogs and one sow and pigs, ihat I
hnglaud states combined and in ex ,, ,, , 1
will sell cheap on 1. G. Shocldey's
ny single | farm 7 mj|eH UOrthea8t of Lexing-
Muskogee Minister's Association
today issued a call for a convention
to meet at South McAlester, Septem- aich
27, the purpose of which is to j
; always be. If you want to make
j anything of yourself, you must se-j
cure a practicable education, oue that j
will place you iu demand iu the
business world. A11 education of
this kind is no lottery: there are no
blanks. Auy bright young man or
woman can afford to make a sacrifice
I in order to secure such an education.
I)R. ROBT. THACKER,
Medicine «V Surgery.)
L. T. SMI TH, A/. I).
I'h i/sicitui ami Smyroit.
Office opposite Kilan'5 Drug Store.
Residence on hill next lo school house.
Both 'Phones No 56.
Special attention given to Surgery.
Head, Cisco, Texas, writes, Begin making arrangements today
II, 1U01 "My wrist was j to euter the Xy]er Commercial Coj.
lege at the earliest possible date—
Sabbath School, ill 11. m.
J. A. Viuoik, Supt.
Preaching 11 n, m. and 7:80 p.m .every
second mid fourth Sundays.
A cordial welcome to all.
Cms. Kibki'itbick, l'astor.
purpose 01 wnicn is 10 | gprajlle,I no badly by a (all that it was
prevent the sale of liijiior in the useless; and alter using several rente-
Indian Territory after the inaugura | 'bes that failed to give relief, used Hal- u'm' 'fi Prov'ng " blessing to tlious-
tiou of statehood. A copy of the; 'ar(''8 Snow I.iniment, and was cured J ands of young people will likewise
call has been mailed to all pasters of ' 7"e8,l-v "commend it to anv one'prove a blessing to you.
. 1 1 t 1 L i siinenng from sprains." 'Joe. 50c. $1.00. ., . . . ,
churches iu the Indian Territory, sni(1 |jy qwj Drn^ store. ^0U e 11 * H coW °* our Rnd 7:1ft p.m.
and to many Sunday school superin- interesting catalogue, write for one Epworth League: Devotional meeting
tendents aud other prominent church • I* rom September lo to October | today. It will explain the working each Sunday at <>:ir> p. m.
Smitliiy School at id p. in.
J. B. Collins, Supt.
Preaching every Sunday Hl 11 a. 111.,
Head of Christian Science Church.
Mother Eddy, the head of the
Christian Sce nes church, is 84 > ars
old. Sh" -showed hers.-If in a carriage.
at tin recent visitation in Concord, j their hall and marched
looking like a woman of not more
than «M years. Sic dresses in white.
men. 1 tiO-4, the Santa l*e will have in of the largest and greatest comuier
At Ada. I T Labor day was eel effect rreatl-v nit,'~ to points cial, shorthand and telegraphy school
brated by the local unions there.
every other Satur-
Woman Schooi Doctor.
Chariot fen burg is the fir.4 G or man
commimo to appoint a woninn -c liool
The banks and all business houses
wete closed. The unions met at
to the picnic
gri unds, where a pleasant day was
spent by all. The procession was
headed by a band from Oklahoma
City, which was followed by the dif-
ferent union's, decorated I! its and a
great number of citizens. The cele
bration was a decided -uce> --.
California. Arizona, I'tah, Mon 10f the South-west,
tana, ldali i. Oregon and Washing
ton, $25.till to Sau Francisco 330.(10
to Seattle or Portland. See A. \Y
Huffman, Ai.rent, I'urcell. for infor
K1 R uo I inner
on s lie to ( ti\ •
S. \Y 1
I for t Iu
\ II11 sept ii
Just received a beautiful line ol' Hed
iOim^es aud Cedar Box Couclios.
rafes are now
•a tli<-* Santa
Bee •Honey and Tar i
from all other remedies ofi'ei
relief of couirli, 1 u 11 ^ and
troubles. It contains
properties that distroy the yerins, and
Solvent properties that nit the pnle^m
allowing it to be thrown ol! moves the
bowels gen ti \ .('ares ('roup, Whoop-
ing Couirh and Cold in one nf^ht.
Sold bv the Owl Dnitt Stun-,
Bible Study Circle
dny lit 7:: () p. in.
\\oniHii s Home Minsion Society every
Tuemlay at ii p. m.
Prayer meeting every \V« 'Ine-tlay even
ing at 7 :]f> p. in.
You are e.irdially invited to these ner-
1 Shanks, l'ahtor.
> Wr ' ORIGINAL
I liave 25 good second-hand sewing ma- J
chines that I will sell cheap on monthly or t
SOMc FINE WtuUING CAKES.
weekly payments. Come at once and £*et &
These machines must be sold ;}
I have just received a car load of new
bed room suits and odd dressers. Very
CHEAP. Also a Beautiful Line of Side *
Boards and China Closets.
I have the largest 1 me of Refrigerators ever
brought to Lexington. All of these hold over 100
pounds of ice. Tlie prices are right.
I am over stocked on Carpets and Mattings. I
will give reduced prices for 30 days to move them.
"Wall Paper all kinds and'prices from the most
artistic to 5 cts. per roll.
Remarkable Creatior.s Made for
A v" 1 i"K e;ike unc made for Ihe
Duki ol \lban\ stood six feet hi>;li
oraletl wlili a chain of reading euplds,
in compliment to his royal highneAs'
Lome's ake, though not ho high,
Wei?- on pounds and bor on its
over it and 11 i#
nili< l it.
!(>;< \ (
o4' tie ••
at eli natun
of a famous piec of
nl • of York's cake
royal kitchens at
■ <'ks w« re expt nded
' t :itif.; s were uiatf-
i reduced episodes ia
prince, it was
high and weighed
Princess Maud's was
• at lis of (lowers and
All « \eept ti e
Nothi.ig So Scandalous.
Lp O . ihe w ;t .-iii . is m strictly—
ever i rii t 1\ ; i i \ ; 11■ school for
youn it s whose lail . r hav lot3
of rn. to wasi■ on their duet:
and a..: t them kept, a wax from w
ed >•)•:• j.'.eutleni 'ii. At the tinn
tin? l.i-i "in snow the girls w r©
turne ,n)st in tlit bae!\ \ ard to
frolic n tlx cha o mantle that had
fallen in the night. A visitor, seeing
fort \ oi 'liein • • k . ti in construct-
ing i)ii thing that re-« in bled the alt
statu- ot Lot's xvife said t<j the prin-
young * doing? Building a -now
man? What' dy yon ladies!"
gasj ■'(! Jip horrified tfakcln r You
can in i ipposo that I would allow
my yon: i ladle-- to build :i snow
man! Th< y ar« building a snow wom«
an!"—Vi r: Pr s.
An improvement over all Cough,
I ung and Bronchial Remedies.
Cures Coughs, Strengthens the
Lungs, gently moves the Bowels.
Pleasant to the taste and good
alike for Young and Old.
'rtpareiliy PiNl.l I E MEDICINE CO., Chicago, U. S.A.
I )epa rtment
i is prepared to
^ II K |
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC
Ballard-Snow Llnimenl Co
s r. mo.
Our Lady of Gain
h and description ruay
mi..ii free w liethf r an
prohal.ly piiitMi' iliic i ninMiiii"u-
• U. HANDBOOK •« I tenta
.-ufi iii y l<>r viM'uringjiutetitH.
I lirotiL'li Muiiii \ <'o. rt'CQlVf
ut chnri/e. in the
a hainlsom.'lv UluHtnitod weoki\ i r_-o ! Plr
I'M 11 Hf i' ill • f HI1V s.MMHIIlc .11 ri a.. 'I crnis, f.,'i s
y«'iir: four tn 1,1 ha, fl. ti I t nil! i)• • ••• -.ic.-tier"
MUNN SCo.3Gn:' ,u" NewYorfc
You cannot cure piicn | y external ap-
plication. Any remedy to t>. etFective
must l>« applied inside, riirlit at the!
M at of tlo- troulde. Man/an is put up
in a callapsihle tube, with a nossgle to j v
that it reaches inflio'c and applies the 1
i( medy where it in niost needed. M m- I Oni
/an hirendthens the hlood >\sels and
•nerves >• that piles are impossible,
i Man/in relieves the pain almost in-
js'sntly, heals, sooths, cools and cures.
Sold by ihe Owl Drug Store.
Our J uly of gala.
it will prevei
Mr> Win. M
' F St.. Wash in mi <i
Hcolititnl W uiii"
it 1111 and a | uie
u omen I emit if
1 t llei hine aftr
CaU on the I4<ler f< r
m an, Tex-
as, writes, .May .1, 1901
used Herhine in our family
> ears, and found it the best nie lieine
we ever used for constipation, bilious
fever and malaria." Sold bv Owl
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Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, September 16, 1904, newspaper, September 16, 1904; Lexington, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110175/m1/3/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.