Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, September 30, 1904 Page: 4 of 10
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PURCELL MILL <& ELEVATOR COMPA1
P U Jt C vs L L ,
N I) I A N TERKITO
WILL PAY YOU MOKE FOB YOUK
Wheat9 Com and Oats
Tlian you can get elsewhere. Our weights areguaranU
.. Our Flour ..
Is handled by all the leading merchants of Lexington i
Purcell. Why not patronize home industry and keep
tnoney at home? Give us a call and a chance at your bl
ness is all we ask.
X X SATISFACTION Ti. GUARANTEED. 3
THE GERMAN SAL0(
ILLE & CUTTER, Proprietors.
FIhe KEnfnnky Whisky, Wines, Eir[
THREE KINDS OF BEER
Lexington, 0. T.
Weitzenhoffer & Turk,
nTQTTT T TTPQ and
JJIO 1 ILLrjiAU Liqiinr Deh]
Agents for Pabst Beer.
Lexington, • :
THE LEXINGTON SALOON.
II. H. Meoeke, Prop.
feeiM Brewing Co'i Lager Beer, Porter and Ale, Fiae Wine (Aqno
Cigara. Courteous treatment to all. Phone 85.
Toy Have Malaria!
WILL CURE YOU
PRICE 00 CENTS
OWL DRUG STORE
:'THIS IS THE WAY OF l'HE WISE."
Ing of a chapter of the Sons of the
Mayflower or Descendants of Dutch
Dignitaries or something of that tort.
"It's a mighty good thing to have
descended from some of thesL' famous
people," said Mr. Clews to his com-
panion in The Heading Room.
"Yes; gives 'em a sort of social
standing they might otherwiso have
"But that wasn't exactly what 1
meant," responded Mr. Clews.
"Because they've such good const!
tutlons. Descendants of the common
people of those days :-e rn to have all
died out, you know."—New York
mat on pieman nave ucen iuiimea,"
the inference is unquestionable t'lat
it doss not contemplate the passago
ol the statehood bill at all.
Cure for Cretinism.
Cretinism, which is one form of
idiocy. Is curable, according to Prof,
von Wagner of Vienna. He has treat-
ed fifty-two cases with typhoid gland
ami finds improvement in body and
tnind in all cases, even when the pa-
tients had passed the age of growth.
All Improved in their power of speech,
and some of the children were madi
lit to attend school.
TO XJIOX73C£ «
OF COURSE YOU ARE GOING!
Let ua furnish you with literature rolatlvo to t.ho buildings, hotola. low
rates, train service, etc. Aol: your local agent or addreux
C. W. STRAIN, DIVISION PAS3ENCCR AGCNT,
For j ob "WorK.
Case of Sherlock Holmes.
A gold watch was stolen in a 5-or.
don office in which were thirty-one
clerks. The detective who had been
called in did not know which one to
Suspect. But he found that the watch i
had been pawned In the name of
"Jones"—a Welsh name—and that
there was only one Welshman in the
office. I-Ie proved to be the thief.
Mr. McGuire promised the people
of Comanche county that he would
get a bill through congress opening
up the pasture reserve. He never
had any Intuition of working to that
end, because he believes the reserve,
when opened, will be settled by Tex-
ans. And h lin. balked every effort.
Two years n:^> Mr. McGuire said
his election was the only way In
which tmmediit ■ statehood could be
(wiit"' What eld he mean by
To Grow Tea In California.
Some of the farmers near Santa
Rosa, Cal., are experimenting with
tea growing and their efforts seem to
be meeting with success. It Is Said
that there is no reason why tea should
not be grown in some sections of 4his
country, though the earlier South Car-
olina experiment is not known to b«
making great headway.
Brunettes Before Blondes.
"The majority of city men choose
a dark girl a3 typewriter in prefer-
ence to a fair one," said the manager
of a typist employment bureau. "They
nj.'iarently think the brunette more
energetic and businesslike."
Girls nnd women taught Dressmaking on'i j
Ladies' Tailoring. Can make your own gowns
or if you sew for others, eon make $2.00 win re
ron now moko *1 *h . Diplomas Grant**! to
Graduates. Graduate"-* ousted to beet pay in?
positions. No flosses formed, pupils enter any
time. Personal instructions. Writ*-for torn •
ot im-e. Keistrr I rtdies' Inilorinq ( ollege, 1
W. Ma n St., Oklahoma C'tv. Okla.
IN THE, WOSSL®
/,,//, / BEARS Till5 TVA3E: M.'JiS
ON SALE EVERYWHERE
SHOWING'FULL UNE 0"
CARMENT5 AND HAT.S
A J TOWr.ft CO.,eObTON, MAS&..U.I
Trr-VEB CAWAM.-.NCO-. t TO., TORONTO. CANADA*
If anyone offered you a goad
dollar for an impcrfcct ont
would you take it?
If anyone offered you one good
dollar for 75 cents ol bad money
would you take il ?
We offer you 16 our.ccs cf the
very best starch made for 10c."
fio oilier brand is so good, yet
all others tost 10c. for 12 ounces.
Ours is a business proposition.
DEFIANCE STARCH is the best
We guarantee il satisfactory.
Ask your grocer.
Tfci DEFIANCE STARCH CO,
Many who formeriy smoked lOfCiSars now snide,
Millions In Melons.
Thirty million dollars have been
paid by the East to Colorado melon
growers In the Arkansas valley dis-
trict iiince the discovery of the la
saous ;:ocky Ford cantaloupes.
8-T R \ 8 <3 M T ■&:$ C i A P;
Denloni nupiJltcd by their Jobber or direct from Frank 1*. lactory. l'rorla. ILL
W.N.U.—Oklahoma City, No. 40, 1904
BEGGS' BL0QB PURIFIER
CURES citarrh o! tue stomach.
CUBES WHtiif ALL tLSt FAILS.
Rest Cough Syrup, Toatesuood. Une
In time, gold br drutrclats.
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