Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, December 2, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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Married WkH* Baltimore Burnad.
An interesting story of a secret
■wedding has come to light fit Balti-
■ore. Robert £. Law and Maud
t,. Saffell were united in marriage
February 7, the day that Baltimore
mu swept by fire. They had been
engaged several months prior to
that time, but the mother of Mr.
Law had been opposed to his marry-
ing until he was a few years older,
although he was then past his ma-
jority. It had been Mr. Law s
custom to visit Miss Saffell at lier
koine, 5 Gutman avenue, every Sun-
day evening. On that memorable
fey he called as usual. While
everyone else in the house was down
town watching the fire the pair stole .
away to EllicottCity. After a little
difficulty they secured the license
and made arrangements for keeping
the matter secret. Father Tarro
jierformed the ceremony and tlie
Say* Britain It Daaaylaa.
Professor Karl Pearaou say* tM
he notes decadence oi dUraoter Wl
loss of intelligent leadawhip alflu
in the British merchant, the prole*
gional man and tha workman.
There is not only • paucity of «hj
Sabbath School, 10 a. m.
j. A. Viboim, 8upt.
Preaching 11 a. in. aod 7:80 p.m ,every
second and fourth Sundays.
A cordial welcome to all.
Cma Kibkpatbick, Pastor.
Bonday School at 10 p. m.
J. B. ColliiiK. Supt.
Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. in.,
must be applied inside, riirlit «t the
Brat of the trouble. Man/an ih put up
in a callnpoible tubp, with a nozzle so
that it reaches inside and applies the
remedy where it is moHt needed, Man-
m . . _ f ./an strendthenH the blood vessels and
couple returned liome, their absence j nerVpB so that pileB me impossible.
Bttracting little notice during the ' Man/an relieves the pain almost in-
Vxcitement. stautly, healn. sooths, cooIb anil cures.
• ♦— i Sold by the Owl Druis Store.
Employ None Over 35. | —
Tlie Delaware and Hudson rail-
road has made its age limit lor new
employes 35 years. This announce-
ment is contained in a new set of
rules just issued and distributed to
employes. In future 110 one will
be employed who is under _'i or
Over 35 years. Consternation was
caused l>v this clause at first, em-
ployes over 35 expecting to lose
their positions, but it has been ex-
plained it relates onh to new cin-
oyes. They will also he compelled
undergo a rigid pltysifltl exam-
Applicants as well as flic pres-
ent employes must be conversant
with the niles and the examinations
will 'be severe. Each class of em-
"ployes will be allowed a certain time
to acquire knowedpe of the new
rules before submitting to the ex-
better intelligences to guide, but "
the moderate intelligence* to M
guide." I)r Pear on attribute# H
to the fact that the intellectual
classes arc not reproducing thell|Sllli7.15p.m.
numbers as they did half ft centunj Kpwiirth Len|(ue: Devotional meeting
or a hundred years ago I their fen, ench Sunday at fills p. m.
tility is unequal to tMt of tfao Bible Study Circle every other Sntnr-
educated laborer. day at 7:80 p. m.
WuDibA'a Home Mission Society every
You cannot euro piles by external ap- Tuesday at 3 p. in.
plication. Any remedy to he effective ! Prayer meeting every Wednesday even
at 7:15 p. in.
You are cordially invited to these f*er
T. 0. Shanks. Pastor.
The Largest Missouri Life Company
MISSOURI STATE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
EDMUND P. NELSON, Pres.
C. A. 600DALE, Secretary.
Home Office, Chemical B ld g.
St. Louie, Missouri.
A PROGRESSIVE UP-TO-
DATE OLD LINE CO.
Issues all modern forms of Life and Endowment Insurance
Contracts. All policies issued are registered with and se-
cured, by deposits of interest-bearing securities deposited
with the Insurance Department of Missouri.
The Missouri State Life Insurance Compauy has about $20,000.00 ot its tunas invested in nrsi
mortgage loads secured by farms in Cleveland and Pottawatomie counties and are always in the
market for trood loans at the current rate of interest. I) > you want a loan on your farm or a life
insurance contract for the protection of your wife and children, if y u die. or an excellent invest-
ment, if you live? For further information see or write,
5AH F. SEWELL, Lexington, Oklahoma,
General Agent for Southern Oklahoma and Chickasaw Nation, Ind. Ter.
THE LIVER QUARANTINE
Sold by Candle.
The letting of an acre of hind has
Just been sold near Bridgwater (Ens.) j
by the burning of half an Inch of can-
dle, the last bidder before the flame
died out being the purchaser. The
land was left four centuries hko for
church purposes, the testator direct-
ing that the letting should be sold
every twenty-one years by the "burn-
ing of the candle," and the quaint
process has been observed periodical-
ly ever since.
Franoa't Diseated People.
A prominent physician in l'ratuc
paints a gloomy picture of the pie\-
alence of certain forms of disease m
fhfct country. He writes that al-
coholism is making deplorable rax-
ages, while tuberculosis carries off
more than 150.000 victims every
wear, and saps the strength of 500,-
000 in addition. He declares also
*at. whereas in other civilized lands
wnallpox is not prevalent, in hranic
Hiere are still many cases, while ty- ,
phoid fever, dysentery and other (
maladies are distressingly frequent, j
(Traditions have been widely ac-
cepted that the excellence of < '.allic
rookery lessened the multitudes of
lick in our sister republic in com-
parison xvith those of other nations.
]t would be interesting t<> knoxv
iwhether the Kritish channel and
'Italy take gloomy and pessimistic
>iews of the future of France.
Big Lawyers' Big Feea.
lames J. Hill says fc'.at Philander
C. Knox, former attorney general,
cleaned up $600,000 in the organi-
zation of the I'nited States Steel
corporation, which was a task <>l
only a fexv months. \\ illiam Nel-
*>n Cromwell's fees are the biggest
ever earned by a lawyer in this or
anv other country. Eighteen years
ago lie was a goggled-eyed young
attornev in the office of Algernon
Sullivan, living in very modest
in Columbia heights. New
To-day he is worth $5,000.-
000. lives in a palace in Forty-ninth
street in winter and rusticates in a
magnificent villa at Seabright in
',immer. Mr. Cromwell s fee for
adjusting the Panama canal deal
Special Hepresentative in this coun-
ty and adjoiniug territories, to repre-
sent and advertise an old established
business house of solid financial
j standing. Salary $-1 weekly xvith
j expenses advanced ench Monday by
, check direct from headquarters. I Handles Everything of First-class
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To Our Customers:
orse and buggy furnished when
necessary; positiou permanent. Ad-
dress Blew Bros. Ac Co . Dept. A,
Mnnon Hldg., Chicago III.
Grade Needed by Our People.
For Fine Repairing, Call
"TAKING BIS MEALS OUT.'*
(JHurried eating has ruined many a m an's
stomach. The digestion-destroying pro-
cess is gradual, often unnoticed at first.
But it is only a short time until tlie liver
balks, the digestive organs give way, and
almost countless ills assail the man who j jg.
endeavors-to economize time at the ex* Vgl
QA torpid liver causes a quarantine of the ®. Purcell,
entire system. It locks in the diseased
© We have just received the swellest
®. line of Dress Goods, Furnishing Goods ®
® and Shoes ever brought to this city. ®
§ Call and see them and be convinced. j|
T. C. Woods & Co.
| L. T. SMITH, M.D>
Physician and Surgeon.
Medicine & Surgery.)
Finger* Intured for $50,000.
Paderewski. the famous pianist. !
fays that his fingers are a> precious j
1o him as life, for lie could never I
jjlav if he lost any «if them, lie
makes insurance from time tn time
(• cover special risk', as when he is
ipoiiig 011 a long journey by land nr
ea, but, apart from these, bis two
hands are regularly underwritten
froin year to year. 1 le pays S4.CKK1
annually in this way, with the result ,
that if anythng xvent wrong \xith |
of his precious hands at any
time 90 that he could no longer earn
an income by hi* playing he would
t paid $50,000 caih down by the
Many Are Insured.
An expert statistician ti,mires that
there are to-day some ? ,ono,i 0 of
adult males (that is, one mit of every
three) in this country who carry life
Insurance, outside of the fraternal or- , n„ , nr„- more
derfl ami the like. There were, at | Office opposite Bilan s Drug Store.
the end of last vear. nearly 19,000,000 j Residence on hill next to Rehool house,
policies in force. There are only a Both •Phones No MJ .
little more than twice as many adult , Special attention given to surgery.
males to-day as there were forty years
Summer excurHiou rates are now j
011 to Colorado, Ctah, points in llli- !
uois, Wisconsin, Michigan and var- i
ions other points. Beforo 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 u.ighty liberal,
ton. Phone 51, Purcell, 1. T.
Hairpint Are Ancient.
Women used their hairpins a tbo«-
sand years auo much in the same way
as they do to-day. That, at least, is
the Impression one gets from the an-
tiquities found during the last year
at the Sllchestw (England) excava-
tions. The most interesting discov-
I ery was the building which formed
| apparently the small altar, portions
'• of capitals and bases, part of a large
j basin of Purbeck marble and some
| singular pieces of metal.
I Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera, and
Diarrhoea Remedy. 1 his is the most
1 successful medicine in the world for
! bowel complaints, and is the only rein-
' edv that will cure chronic diarrhoea.
I Kverv bottle is warranted. For sale by
i The Owl Drug Store.
a sliiKK'sh liver and constipation are un- 1 ———~
known, so are all stomach ailments, ns
well as indigestion, dyspepsia, heartburn,
headaches and kidney and blader affec-
tions. So well-regulated family should
he without this standard remedy.
qtwo si«s, 25c and 75c. A.11 druggists.
Asbory & Keavis.
germs and bodv poisons and affords them j i
full plav. inviting some serious illness.
If you have friends visiting you,
or you are visiting friends ring up
18 and tell us the news.
: R. EMMETT THACKER,
Physician and Surgeon.
LEXINGTON, - - - OKLAHOMA.
DR. L. H. GOODRICH,
■Phone 55. Lexington, Okla.
Wood From Sawduit.
From the sawdust of the mills ia
general an artificial wood has been
made through a combination of heat
and hydraulic pressure which Is
promising for the era of artlfleial
woods. It is harder, devoid of grain,
susceptible to a high polish, and in
ninny ways approaching the qualities
of ebony and mahogany.
REDUCED RATES TO EAST-
class tickets at
«'om laggart, chairman uf the,
(Itn)ocratic national committee. i<
£8 years old and a liotel kei )>er. He
U stout, has a inerrv chuckle, and
■mokes incessantly. They say he
tan sire up a guest with precision,
fcnti seldom oiakts a mistake in lo-
cating him in a room. lie bcyan
unities running (ox a trusteeship in
Marim county, and lias been major
of Indianapolis three times, l'oli-
tiaUns ay lie sets a good tabic and
|uu alw«M been accommodating
Sdb the who might wish to
Ml>Ue aw l dams ,n ^ inn0"
I greatly reduced rates will be on side
daily vin Santa Fe Ky., to niaiiy
points north and enst of St Louis.
Call upon A. W. Hutfnian. for infor-
mation eoueerning thein
Birds Foretell Storms.
lilrds are endowed with a remark-
able instinct, they never fail to leturn
home long before it rains or a storm
approaches. T i •1 common sparrow
comes first. From his nest he chirps
warning* to his feathered brethren of
larger species than IiIh own.- Ex-
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
IIWANC 9* lUITATIOM*.
TMB •INUIN* ONLY
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
#T. LOUI*. MO.
"OWL DRUG STORK.
The Lcadkr ads bliug results.
We will treat you as you
were never treated before
. . CALL . .
When you need mortgages
notes come to the Leader office.
PURCELL MILL & ELEYATOR COMPANY
Purcell, Indian Territory.
Will pay you more for your
Wheat, Corn and Oats,
Than yon can get elsewhere. Our weights are guaranteed.
Is handled by all the lending merchants of Lexington and Purcell.
home industry and keep our money at home!
WIIKN VOl' HAYK A BAD COl-D
Von want a remedy that will not on-
ly give i)uick reliei hut eflect a perma-
Yon want a remedy that will relieve
the lungs and keep expectoration easy.
Von want a remedy that will coun-
teract any tendency toward pneumon-
You want a remedy that is pleasant
and safe to take.
Chauiherlain'8 Cough Keniedy meets
all of these requirements and for tlie
speedy ami permanent cure of hail
colds stands without a peer, K01 sale
liy Owl Drug Store
Why not patron!/.'
Give 11s a call anil a chance at your business
lu the purchase of a Type-
wirter by prejudice or force
of habit, unless you are iu the
habit of buying the Standard
Oliver Typewriter, with a rec-
! ord never equaled by any type-
I xvriter 011 earth, fSo,000 sales
the first eight years on the
uiumci. Why t Because it is more convenient for the operator, cap-
able of doing the most work the easiest, and costs the owner less
than inferior machines known, by virtue of age and reputition as
OLIVER TYPEWRITER COMPANY.
103 Wmi 9th St - KANSAS CITY, MO.
Bofore You Purchasa Any Ollv-r Write
THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
Many Sewing Machines are made to sell regard-
less of quality, but the " IIoiim' is made
10 wear. Our guaranty never runs out.
We make Sewing Machines to suit ail conditions
rf the trade. The "Son1 Homo'* stands at tht
head of all If l*li- sriMlo family sewing machines
.Sold by nittl «rlx<>«l (U>nlfrN only.
ron sale my
E, J. KKLLER.
LEXINGTON-PURCELL CAB LINE.
'Phone 72 early and I will be after yon and yonr
baggage. Lexington. Okla.
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