Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, December 23, 1904 Page: 2 of 10
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CASH—For your real estate or(
business anywhere. I can sell it. I
■eau it. Send description and low-,
•at cash price. W. G. Minton, Kan-
bits City, Mo.
For cracked hnuds, chapped lips, and
rough Hkiu, Pinesalvo is the nicest, quick-
est., best euro. One application in one
Bight prows it. Sold by Owl Drug
Notice to Creditors
Read the Leader. It tells it.
In the matter of tha estate of Klgin
E. Kenady, deceased. All persons hav-
ing claims aguinst said Elgrin E. Ken-
ady, deceased, are required to exibit
the saine, with the necessiiry vouchers,
to tlw undersigned administrator of
said estate, at his residence, one mile
! east of Corbett, iu the County of Oleve-
j land, Oklahoma Territory, and that
; t'uiir months have lieen liiniteil as the
time for creditors to present their
claims against said estate.
Dated the 2(1 day of November li)04.
I.. It Kamhby,
The Earth ia a new illustrated
\ with enoh dollar'* worih bought
J and paid for before Mnroh I. Ask
\ in fftr particular-).
' We givo fall value for your
^ iiiouey ill every purcliimu, large or
0 small. Our two best grades of
0 apple trees hare no competition,
0 there are uo others that will class
A with them.
5 A few nice B. P. Hock cocbrels
? for sale, also fiOOO ft. of t'4-iueh
J poultry netting at a bargain.
THE NOBLE NURSERIES
NOBLE. O. T.
FRUIT TREE BARGAINS. . , ,
_ A Free Railroad Ride For >ou
The Noble Nurseries, Noble. 0.
T., have a well assorted lino of
Irees aud plants at favorablo
prices. Apple trees 71 and 9 cents, 0
the best you ever bought. Others 0
at 3 and 5 cents—one and two 0
years old--none older. 0
A choice lot of Hi rawherries, A
Evergreens and ltoses for spring. ^
9155.00 in Free 1'riieg. 0
Co-uperatiug with three large J
stores in Noble we will give to our 0
customers on March 1, 11X15, eight 0 I
valuable prizes: a Top Buggy, 01
Sewing Maohine, Folding Bed, Bill 0 \
of Fruit Trees aud others to the 0 1 , .
amount of $1,15 (xi. One ticket J 1' our miles north of Lexington,O.T.
SHORT HORN CATTLE
POLAND CHINA HOGS.
Herd Hulls Kavenwood Count L'nd
1 SI,371 au<l Scotch Viscount 2nd 215,-
The breeding cows are select
breeding and individuality. The home
of the Grand Champion Sweepstakes
Bull and Grand Champion Sweepstakes
Cow at Oklahoma Royal, February 23,
2-1 aud 25,1004.
Iferd Boar Axlines Perfection 32,695.
Young Stock l'"or Sale.
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.
FAIRVIEW STUCK FARM,
E. E. ALKIRE, Proprietor.
] Holiday Excursions
ONE FARE PLUS $2.00
To the old States in the
To Old Mexico.
To Kansas City.
To St. Louis, Chicago,
St Paul, Denver and
Tickets on sale December 20, 21, 22. 26.
Good for return within 30 days.
You can get complete detailed information couei-rning any trip.from
ANY SANTA FK AGKNT. or
W. S. KEENAN, G. 1'. A.. Galv.-«t<:n, Texas.
San I a he
You Have Malaria!
WILL CURE YOU
PRICE 50 CENTS
Owl Drug Store,
B. Weitzenhoffer. N# Turk.
Weitzeiihoffer & Turk.
Distillers and Wholesale Liquor Dealers,
Agents for Pabst Beer.
THE GERMAN SALOON
ILLE & KUTTER, Proprietors.
Fine Kentucky Whiskey, Wines and Cigars
Three Kinds of Beer
Since election the bottom has
dropped out of tbe boasted Republi-
can prosperity and let it drop into the
slough of disaster and hard time*.
Before election the shibboleth of
Republican speakers was: "Tbej
election of Roosevelt means contin-
ued prosperity; the election of Par-1
ker means tbe end of prosperity."
Laborers were warned tliat if Parker
was electcd mills, mines and like in
(Justries would be shut down and all
revanues whereby they could earn a
iving would be closed to them
Farmers were told that if Parker
was elected live stock and all other
farm products would go way dow n in
price, that they could iiot sell their
cotton for enough to pay cost of
growing, while the co-it of living
wi.uld be much higher,
Roosevelt was elected— behold the
result! The boasters and prophets
of evil are hung on their own potard.
Tbe election of Roosevelt has ful-
filled the prediction the false pro-
phets phophesied would befall the
people if Parker was elected. Cot
ton growers were the first to suffer
disaster by (lie great fall in price by
which millions of dollars wore lost
aud hundreds of men made
bankrupt. Cuttle, hogs, wheat and
kindred products followed the down
ward price of cotton. A'i alga mated
Copper and Steel corporation stock
also took a slump and shrunk eighty
million dollars iu value in three days
wli'le all railway ttock, American
Sugar, American Tobacco. Colorudo
Fuel, Tennessee Coal and Iron, wilh
other like industries followed down
the iucliue with greatly cut down
values. Bank and other failures are
more numerous, mills, shops and
mines are running with less laborers
while others are entirely shut down.
The cities are filled with idle men.
Charatable institutions repurt that
never before have they been called
upon to a *ist go great a number of
unemployed men. In New York
City oue charitable lodging house
alone reports that forty per cent
more idle men needed help last
month thau was the case, during the
same mouth last year, aud that up
ward of ten thousand people were
cared for, ninety per cent of whom
were men, and was an increase of
more than two thousand over thu
same month last jear.
; The cost of living, however, did
I not follow other things in a down-
ward plunge in values, but instead
took an opposite course and soared
upwards, in consequence of the mun
ster trusts tightning their grip upon
all the necessities of life aud drawing
them into their capacious maw.
Rockefeller hai. since the election,
got control of the Waters Pierce Oil
Company aud the consequence is an
increase of four cents a gallon on
coal oil. Sugar has also gone up
twenty-five per cent iu price, and
breadstuff* somehow forgot to go
down iu price along with wheat, as
did many commodities of every-day
need. But tbe trusts must re im '
burse themselves for their donation ^
to the election fuud. and they see no i 'Jfc
j li tter way than to collect if of the!^
clear people w ho will patiently bear ! ^
| the added burden placed upon them ! ^
and be glad of the privilege of tbusi^
payiug for the glory of having voted j '■ '•
for Roosevelt and Republican pros t
perity. -Exchange. ! in
I whs much n(Hinted with sciatic.!,'
writes Ed l\ Nud. lowaville. Sedgwick j*
Co., Kan., "going about on crutches and
suffering a deal of pain. 1 was induced
try Ballard'.* Snow Liniment, which 1
| relieved inc. I used three 50c bottles. It i ^5
in the greatest liniment 1 ever used; have i
recommended it to a number ot persons: I ^5
all express themselves as being benelited j
by it. I no'v walk without crutches, able
to perform a great deal of light labor on
the farm." iioc, ">0c and $1.(K). Sold by
Owl Drug Store.
We have just received $2,000.00 worth of
SHOES, which we offer to the public at a
good discount. We didn't buy these Shoes
at auction, but we bought them for the
Cash and received a good discount on them,
which we will give you the benefit of. Call
and examine our stock of SHOES, get prices
and be convinced.
Not at cost, but at live and let live prices
I have a full and complete line of Furniture,
Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Paints, Oil, Glass,
Wall Paper, Sewing Machines, Stoves,
Queensware and Undertaking Goods.
When in need of any of the above call and
get prices and then you will buy, for the
prices I ask for them are very reasonable.
.... Halts Maul ....
THE LEXINGTON SALOON.
H. 11. MKXKK, i'ropriHor.
Tela * Brewing Co's Lager Beer, Porter and Ale. Fine Wine*, Whiskies
Hud Cigars. Courteous treatment to all. Phone 0o.
W Ooloui/.Htion Co., K C.
lion A. M > \ '22 oth-'r
A FKIOHTKNKD 110 IIS K
Kuttuiug like mad down the street,
dumping the occupants*, or a hundred
other accidents, are every day occurrence*.
It behooves everybody to have a reliable
Salve handy and there's none as good as
Buck leu's An.iea Salve, Burn*. (Juts.
Hore*, Kcxenwi and Pile.*, disappear quick- )
Jy under it* soothing effect. 25c at Owl
E. J, Keller,
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Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, December 23, 1904, newspaper, December 23, 1904; Lexington, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110203/m1/2/: accessed August 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.