Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, March 10, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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EQUIVALENT to 10-cent COTTON!
I bought a very large stock of Fl'RN'ITL RE and CARPETS
and QUEENSWARE anticipating a trade from the proceeds
of 10-ceut cotton. I have more stock than I want to
carry over the dull summer months I have decided
to sell my
Immense Stock of Furniture, Carpets
and Dishes AT COST for the
NEXT 30 DAYS,
You have been disappointed in selling
your cotton for 10-cent but you see your
7-cent cotton will buy you as much Fur-
niture as your 10 cent would at the old
Now is YOUR Opportunity.
This COST SALE is on Furniture and Carpets and Queens-
This Cost Sale will ia, no way interfere with the Regular Fal
Time sale of ray Large stock of
Stoves, Stove Utensils, Eagle Stalk
Cutters, Eagle Steel Beam Plows,
New American Sulkey, Eagle Disc
Plows, Eagle Combined Corn and Cot=
ton Planters, Eagle 2 row and check
row Corn and Cotton planters guar=
anteed to check cotton same as corn,
a full stock of Oliver Steel and Oliver
Extra Shears for all makes of Plows.
I have the New Home Sewing Machine, New Improved White
Sewing Machine. New Domestic Sewing Machine. These
m'ichines are guaranteed to be the best. I also have some
new cheap sewing machines—for less price than you can
send off and get them fcr. I also have a lot of good second
hand Sewing machines st your price.
Come iu and see them.
Rural mad route patrons can buy their Mail Boxes for less
money from me than elsewhere.
1 have a large stock of Wall Paper from the cheapest
to the best.
A large stock of Credent Cottage Paint. Guaranteed to cover
as much surface and last as long as any Paint
made or money refunded.
Red Jacket Deep Well Pumps, Wind Mills, Steel
Towers and Galvanized Tanks.
Any of these goods 1 will sell you on Fall Time at reasonable
rate of interest.
P. S.—I forgot to say the Eagle Cultivators are better than
ever. Come iu and see them. I guarantee that you
will not spring the beim.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
Coffins, Caskets, Burial Robes, Burial
Anything in the Undertaking line. An elegant hearse
furnished free. A Proctional Embalmer and Funeral
Director ready day or night.
Phone No. 30, or No. 29, or No. 4.
LEXINGTON, 0. T.
A Chartered Imitation uf the highest grade. We confer degrees upon our graduates
and give tlieui a diploma that will be honored by nuy institution in America. Notes
accepted for tuition. Positions guaranteed. Km'road fare paid from all points.
Catalog free. Your name on 12 cards for 25c in stamps. We teach penmanship
liy runiI Telegraphy taught bv an old operat r. N. R. Stone, Pres. McKinney, lex.
GOOD for OLD and YOUNG
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4 Before You Purchase Any Other Write
THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
Many Sewing Machines are made to sell regard-
less of quality, but tiie "Sew liome** is made
:o wear. Our guaranty never runs out.
We make Sewing Machines to Suit all conditions
:f the'trade. The *• Sow Home*' stands at the
15tad of all Hlgh.jrrn<le family sewing machines
Sold by authorized dealer* oulj ,
FOR SALE BY
E .1 K ELLEN.
Aa Improvement over all Cough,
Loaf tad Bronchial Remedial.
Cures Coughs, Strengthen! the
Lunge, gently moves the Bowel*.
Pleasant to the taste and good
alike for Young and Old.
kr NNEULE MEDICINE C0..Ckict|i. 0. 1.4.
Owl Drug Store.
Anpint Flower keeps tht children healthy aod
Full of vi>;or r.ntl frolic the whole day long.
bo when Mamma needs more they rush off in
And shout to the druggist " Please give it to
^Inability to get up brisk and fresh in
the morning, lack of apjjetite, pallor,
muddy complexion and ix>or spirits—
these all indicate a disoracred stomach
and bad digestion—in adults and children,
too. They also indicate the urgent need
of taking Green's August Flower regu
larlv for a few davs.
flit's a reliable old remedy for all stomach
troubles, never fails to cure indigestion,
dyspepsia and chronic*constitution, and
is a natural tonic for body and mind. «
^Two sizes, 25c and 75c. All druggists
Asbery & Ueavia.
AND CURE THB LUNC8
0UGHS and 50c 4 $1.00
OLDS Free Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cure for all
THROAT and LUNG TROUB-
LES, or MONEY BACK.
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lite j ti |vin ii g
L' .i r ■ ill
iii' in then.in
\ cuted nt tlie
Not I(V change i IV the
pi,iv ml- t hi* w*t i-lt
The Chicago later Ocean(Rsp) ox
plains the change which has taken
place as follows:
The last hope of thousands of
shippers for speedy relief from rail-
road discrimination an I secret re
bates came to an eud ou Friday iu
the Senate Committee on Inter-State
Commerce. The committee resolved
to hold no more meetings during this
^essiou of CougrtB% which means
that theie will be no action on any
railway rate bill. Instead, the com-
mittee will ask the Senate for author-
ity to investigate the whole subject
of rates, aud the Senate will uu-
doubly do as the committee asks
That is everything that has been
done so far toward "keepiug the
highways of commerce open to all on
tqual terms" is to be throwu away,
aud the work must be begtiu all over
again at some future time. This
collapse was no. unexpected. It has
been in sight ever since the Morton
debate scandal assumed national size.
The alternative was iheti presented
whether railway reform should pro-
ceed or Mr. Morton stay iu the Cabi-
net. The choice was made. Railway
reform ceased to make progress.
Mr. Morton kept his seat iu theCabi-
nte. The choice may be entirely
satisfactory to official Washington,
but from thrf viewpoint of all others
I it is simply ploiable.
A Chicago Alderman Owes His Elec-
tion to Chaniherlain's Cough
"I oh ii heartily anil oonsciehtiomly rec-
conwend Chamberlain's Cough Kennedy
(or affections of the throat ami lungs,"
says Hon. John Shetiiek. '2211 So. Peorit
St.. Chicago. "Two years ago during a
pi Utica! campaign. I caught cold after
being overheated, which irritated my
throat and I was finally oompelled to
stop. Be I oonld not speak aloud. In my
extremety a friend advised me to use
Chamberlain'* Cough Remedy. I took
two doses that afternoon ami could not
believe my sense* when I found the next
morning the inflammatou tool largely
xubgiede. 1 took several doses that day
kept right on tnlkiug through the cam-
paign, ami I thank this medicine that 1
won inv seal iu the eimn?il " This rem-
edy is for *:ik- l>v, The Ihi! Drug Co.
THE GERMAN SALOON
ILLE & KUTTER, Proprietors.
Fine Kentucky Whiskey, Wines and Cigars
Three Kinds of Beer
.... Halts Maul....
THE LEXINGTON SALOON.
H. IT. MEXKE, Proprietor.
Texas Brewing Co's Lager Beer. Porter and Ale, Fine Wines, Whiskies
audiCigars. Courteous treatment to all. Phone 05.
Does your system need help? Man j i
Er-Vine Tablets is the greatest nfcrve ' Have yon Backache/ Get a box ofl When you feel ('ansti paled. Sick Head-
tonie known to medical science. These Kidney Ettes- the most wonderful rem-1 acheor Billions, ask for Berg's Little
Wanted—You to learn telegraphy ;
for railroad service under an old
operator with years experience. Notes
'accepted for tuition. Positions Guar- j
anteed Free Catalog. McKinney!
Telegraph College, McKinney, Tex.
A Safe Coujrh .Medicine for Chileren.
In buying a cough medicine for child- ;
ren never be afraid to buy Chamberlain's f
Cough remedy. There is no danger from i
it and relief is always snre to follow. It.
is especially valuable for colds, croup j
whoopihg cough, Kor sale by The 0<vl!
Ou account of the many well drill-
ing rigs, some oil fields might be
called derrick orchards.
tablets build up the nerves, anil make
'good rich red blood. 50c Owl Drugstore.
If its in the Leader, its so.
edy for all kidney troudles. and they will Liver and Stomach Pills. They do the
make you right. 25c Owl Drug Store, j work. 100 I'ills 2ac Owl Drug Store.
Hardware at Cost />./<. Wunne. The Leader gives the news.
Indianola Business College
and Normal Institute.
Our scholarship contest has closed, but the school is yet open and has
We have the honor of claiming- the largest daily attendance and more boys and girls hold-
ing business positions than any other business college in Indian Ter. or Oklahoma.
Bookkeeping, banking, shorthand, typewriting, telegraphy and R. R. work,
together with preparatory course in literary training, are taught,
and a student may take any part of or all the work, as he
chooses. . • A free drill in elocution is given
everv student who desires it. . . We
have a ,free military drill and a
first class literary society
W'e take students troin any grade
and prepare them for business.
Board, rooms, tire and lights $10.
per iponth. Write for catalog.
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