Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, July 21, 1905 Page: 5 of 8
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OP TUB PAST WEEK.
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Stationery at tbe Leader office.
Col. W. R. Hayoes is on the sick
Ieom Bros, for Rye and Graham
T. S. Hine trausacted business in
Norman, Monday. I
List your property with Tom J.
For good Graham and Rye flour,
go to Isom Bros.
Arthur Creel, of Tecumseh, visited
in our city over Sunday.
H. A. and F. J. Hawk, spent Sun-
day at Sulphur Springs.
Chas. W'arlick left Sunday for a
week's visit at Boyd, Texas.
Mrs. F. J. Hawk visited in Paula
Vailev, Saturday aud Sunday.
Insure your property in the old
reliable Mutual of El KeDO. S. V\.
Mrs. P. C. Isom speut a few days
with her parents
J. O. Fox, of the Noble Journal.1
spent Sunday, with home folks and
friends at this place.
We will make a ij per cent reduct-
ion prices of all Buggies, during the Lea,|er foree.
June and July. James Bros.
Pat Booker visited in our city
My Hair is
Peed your hair; nourish it;
give it something to live on.
Then it will stop falling, and
will grow long and heavy.
Ayer's Hair Vigor is the only
hair-food you can buy. For
60 years it has been doing
just what we claim it will do.
It will not disappoint you.
" My hair uaed to be vary short. Bnt after
using Ayer's Hair Visor a short time It be^an
to grow, and now it is fourteen Inches long.
This seeing a splendid result tome after being
almost without any hair."—MKB. J. 11. Fipkb,
Colorado Springs, Colo.
Made by J. O. iyar Co.. Lowell, Mui.
Also manufacturers of
j J. F. Gray, of Noble, was in our
city Friday, and paid tha Leader of-
fice a pleasant call, by paying up
and advancing his subscription.
ii l * Don't Delay! When you are nervous
Purcell, | and run down Man-Er-Vine Tablets will
put new life, energy and ambition into a
delapidated system. 50c. Owl Drugstore.
O. W. Mapes and family, of Roff,
I. T., have moved back to our city,
and will make their future home
here. Mr. Mapes is employed on
Miia Nannie Williams, of Purcell, Lewis and Clark NeWS,
Uniting Mrs. Perry Isom, this Xhe br0D7e lUtue of Sieijlwell>|
the historic Indian woman who
Matt Pernell, of Wynnewood, was gujded Lewis aud Clark on their
ahakiag hands with old friends here journey of exploration, was unveiled
Wednesday. on Ju]y (5th, at tbe Portland Fair.
Tbe Jersey bull, Dandy, can be Many distinguished literary and
found in my lot, west of Fisher's club women were in attendance,
blacksmith shcp during the summer. The Museum of Art at the Lewis
F*es $2.00. C. W. Cargill. aDcl Clark Exposition contains the
Those who hold season tickets to
the Epworth Lecture Course can
get them reserved at J. B. Collin's
store. Get them reserved early.
The ice cream social given at the
home of Mrs. W. R. Ferguson last
Tuesday eveuing, by the Presbyteri-
an ladies, was well attended. About
$12 was realized.
Poe's L ivery Stable and Wagon Yard
Is uow under the management of
Bridwell & McCaslin
Good rigs and first class teams for hire. Your patronage solicited.
Special attention given to tbe wagon yard. Horses board-
ed by day or month. Feed delivered to any part
of the city. .'. .'. Telephone No. 80.
Danger is near at hand when the kid-
neys are ick. Kidney-Ette* will purify
, and strengthen the kidneys and restore
Sunday. He ir now working in a them to their normal and healtay co:idi-
barber" shop at Purcell. (i"n- -5c- °B 1 Dru« store-
The oerve tonic for men anil women 1. '' ridny night, August 4th, Dr. \\ .
who have that tired Ifeeling. ruu down i K. Piner will deliver the third lec-
nrd r eed building up should try Mai.-Kr ture on the Epworth League Lecture
Course. Popular prices, 25 and 3D
\ - e. 50 cents.
HORN- To Mr. and Mrs. Will
Durham, a boy, Mother and child
doing well, and Will is safe.
B. Weitzenhoffer and wife, are in
Blackwell, this week, for a short vis-
it «ith relatives and friends.
How are your Kidney*- It is danger-
After June 1st we will deliver no
more lumber, but will make prices so
that you can afford to carry it on
your back.—Jatnes Bros.
Geo. A. Teague was in Sulphur
The most wonderful cure for piles is
ManZan. put up in collapsable tubes
with no/ale attached. It reaches the
spot, stops pain instantly, and i.iree
all kinds of blind, bleeding, itching or
protruding piles. Sold by Owl Drug
, The Purcell Bank and Trust com-
pany has opened for business at Pur-
cell. They are in temporary char-
ters but will begin the construction
of a new building soon.
Money to loan on good farms
see Tom J. Massey.
Messrs. .Jas. Northcutt. Sam Por-
ter, Houston and Mart Webster, G.
G. Northcutt and - CJreeu, of Win
field, Alabama, are visiting friends
and relatives h"re for a few lavs.
Spring1;. Lirst of the week, in the in-1®
w ** j* WW XT .1 u* jt
] Gold Brick?
1 IF Dot. Ii'IV. woul 1 1 IS
4 room houseand twelve
4 lots suit you at
^ Lots alone are worth
4 11,200.00. Long time
J easy terms. See
-F. J. HAWK.
oar. to delay when the Kidney are sick. ! terest of the Oklahoma City, Lexing-
One box of Kidney Ette* will recommend ton Ai Sulphur Springs Electric Rail-
the r.ext. 25 cent?. 'road.
Kelley Bowden left for Oklahoma Hawkeye Family Salve it* the World's
fine arts displays. Frank Lincent
DuMont, of tbe famous Lyme school
in Connecticut, is director of this de-
partment. Mr. DuMont has in
Btalled some of the most noted paint-
ings in the world. The collections
of western paintings are the best
The price of admission to the
Lewis and Clark Exposition ou Sun-
day has been cut to 2.1 cents: the
weekday price being 50 cents. The
fair is opeu at 1 o'clock each Sun
day afternoon, remaining open until
1 1 o'clock at night. The exhibit
palace- are open, but the amusement
enterprises on the Trail are not al-
lowed to do business on Sunday.
Th°re is always music by the best
bands in the country.
The attendance at the Lewis and
Clark Exposition at Portland is re-
markably good. From the very lirst
day the average was above 10.0'X),
and on some days there have been
20,000 people present. If this aver-
age keeps up throughout the season
the exposition cannot fail to be a
financial success: but tile chances are
that the admission* will increase raj -
idly as the fair goes on.
The Massachusetts state building
at the Lewis aud Clark Exposition
was formally dedicated Saturday af-
ternoon. June 17, with a reception
attended by hundreds of well known
^ people. The old Bay State '-bowed
► fine hospitality. The Massachusetts
• building stands next to the (Iregon
• state building. It contains a valu-
11 able collection of Massachusetts his-
torical pictures and documents, be-
I sides many articles of furniture that
PURCELL MILL & ELEVATOR COMPANY
Purcell, Indian Territory.
Will pay you more for your
W heat, Corn and Oats,
T!::-.n V'.,: rati _'et elscwheiv, Our wviglits an* i^iaraiiteed.
Is handle 1 by all the leading merchants of Lexiugton and Purcell.
Why n '. patronize home industry and keep our money at homey
Giv- us a call and a chance at your business is all we ask.
City, after a few days visit with his "*"eczerna!'harcuts, ^iles and all' busines in Lexington, Monday.
Penny tablets at the Leader office. , arB Pr'zed for their association with
i r> i t) , . , ' famous men and women.
J. B. Burleson, of Box, transacted j
and other relatives in this
If you want money on yout
farm, at a low rate of interest
see Tom J. Massey.
R. C. Rice and wife, of Oklahoma
City, are visiting Mrs, Rice's par-
ents, J. S. Little and family, of this
One set of imported Berlin China
Cups and Saucers given to each cus
tomer at E. J. Keller's. See offer.
Mrs. C. D. Bowden left for her
home in Holdenville. I. T., after a
visit with relatives anil friends in
We want a correspondent from
every school district in tbe south
end of the county. Let us hear
Misses Pearl Hammer and BeBsie
Harper, of Oklahoma City, are visit
itg Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Volz in this
citv this week.
dciD disea.-en, 25c. Owl Drug store.
R. M. Reavis went down to Pauls
Vallay Sunday and spent the after-
noon and most of tbe night at the
"Pasture." Rice says there is a
"Good Pasture" at the Valley.
One dose of Pineules taken at bed-
time will entirely relieve the most ob-
stinate case of backache before morn-
ing. Pineules is a certain cure for all
kidney and bladder troubles. Sold by
Owl Drug Store.
Thos. Nance, the good old farmer,
of three miles east, was in the city '
R. H. Rice and rife left Tuesday
for Dallas, for a few days visit.
Farmer T. S. Gibson marketed a
load of hogs in our city Tuesday.
Sherman James was in Shawnee,
n few days last week on business.
List your property with,
F. J. Hawk.
Mrs. R. A Isom entertained Revs.
C. W. Northcutt and Oscar Ingold
for dinner, Tuesday.
„ . i, j ial r i , Lee Harris, deputv Lnited States
Monday and called at tbe Leader of-! . , , „ ., ...
marshal of Purcell, was in tbe city
Wednesday on business.
Messrs. Cassey, Sheets and Hutch-
inson, of Noble, transacted business
in this city Wednesday.
Thos. Braggin, the sign painter of
Purcell, was in our city a few days
fice. Mr. Nance reports crops in
good condition in his neighborhood.
The Pill that will. Berg's Little Liv-
er and Stomach Pills cures constipation,
sour stomach nnd liver complaint. Try
them. 100 pills 25 cents.
A. J. Avey, our assistant postmas-
is dow under the management of
Mrs. E. P. Haynes.
Rates $1.25 per day. Board by
week or month.
Your patronage solicited
tei, took a trip to Purcell, Sunday j this week, painting signs.
morning. This is tbe first time Andy i Miss Jimmie Jackson, living north
has been any distance from the office i of town, is visiting her sister. Miss
in several months, and his friends | Anna Jackson, of this city.
were surprised to see him out.
For voung and old the best pill sold
is Dr. Dade's Little Liver Pi 11 b. Never
gripe, never fail to cleariBe the system
and tone the liver. Sold by Owl Drug
J. G Queenan, who has been here
since May loth, 1905, acting as
bookkeeper for Mr. Watts, receiver
of the defunct First National Bank,
has accepted a position with the
American National Bank, of Oklaho-
I Wanted—You to learn telegraphy
! for railroad service under an old
— i operator with years experience. Notes
_ , _. ... r I accepted for tuition. Positions Guar-
Best Dinner in the City for 25c ] Hntee(j Free Catalog. McKinney
. Telegraph College, McKinney, Tex.
iiiiiimiiiiiiimmt and Mrs. Alva Pidcock
1 wish to state to my many pat-
rons that I have moved to my new
office rooms in the Keller building,
where you will find me at your ser-
vice. Dr. Goodrich, Dentist.
Miss Dove Finnell was called very
suddenly to Shawnee, on account of
the illness af her mother. Her posi-
tion at E. M. Abernathy's was filled
by Bob Gambill, of Dallas. Texas.
Strayed.— Last Sunday morning,
black male hog, weighing about 150
pounds. Liberal reward for any in-
formation leading to his recovery.
S. C. Hawk.
The case of John Hoffman against
W. H. Shry, northeast of this city,
for assault and attempt to kill, was
held in this city Saturday, before
Hon. Judge Hardwick. The defend-
ant was found not guilty.
A family reunion, of J. M. and
Harvey Jackson's families was held
H. G. Goodrich, of Norman, will j at the beautiful country home of J.
be in his new office over the Citizens ! M Jackson, Friday July 14th, nine
State Bank, July 23th, 24th. and j niles north of town. Thirty children
and grand children assembled, and
all had an enjoyable time.
LAXATIVE cough ramidy.
FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR U In
a Yallow package. Refuse inbstltatM.
Prepared only by
F*l*y * Company, Chloaga.
OWL DRUG STORK.
Before You Purchase Any Other Write
THE NEW HOME SEWINQ MACHINE COMPANY
Many Sewing Machines are made to sell recard-
tess of quality, but the " *fw Home" is made
10 wear. Our guaranty never runs out
We make Sewing Machines to suit all conditions
the trade. The "Xfw Home*' stands at the
lead of all IfllKli-griMle family sewing machines
Sold by acithorlr.ed dealer* only,
ron sale by
E. J. KELLER.
An improvement over all Cough,
Long and Bronchial Remediei.
Cures Coughs,-Strengthens the
Lungs, gently moves the Bowels.
Pleasant to the taste and good
alike for Young and Old.
*n n« >7 riKEULE MEDICINE C0..Cklct«, 0.1.A.
Owl Drug Store.
? & Sods,
If yon are willing to
pay for Hr.°t-class
work call on us. if
not call on ti;'.' other
Mrs. E. >1. Abemathy ami Miss
Lizzie Bilau left Monday for Colo-
rado Springs, foi a two month's
Harry Hawk received a photograph
of the Snyder disaster this week,
from Will Dougherty. See it at the
Dr. Goodrich, of Norman, will be
in his Dew office rooms, in the Kel-
ler building, Monday. Tuesday and
Miss Ola Blankeuship, formerly
of this city, has accepted a position
with a millinery establishment, at
Messrs. Bartlett and Fowler, rep- |
The Leader one year one dollar.
and CURE the LUNGS I
and Mrs. Alva Pidcock. who
have been visiting relatives in Wash-
ington and Oregou, for the past
I two months, returned home Satur-
' day. They also took in the Lewis' resentatives of the Bartlctt Broi
and Clark Exposition at Portland j Farm Loan Co., of Guthrie, was in
! apd report it fine. Lexington, Tuesday.
| Miss Mat|ie Worley, of Pauls Yal- j Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Wynne ami
' ley, who ha* been visiting Mr. and | family and Miss Era Gaudy, left
Mrs, C'has Todd, and other fpetuls ! Saturday for a two week's vacation
! for the past week, returned I
home M uilav. A
UOW COUte : platiiH
tiou at the V illev.
, Pile* k:.
in?, i; if - oil
! h . Skin IJisi-i
■p'lal ' i 11 aw l:'.
in the Atbuckle mountain*.
Homer Nichols am! f.itnily f
Comanche, O. T., atteu led the .Jack-
sou family reuuicu. nine miles tK.rth-
east of town last wtvk. Mr. Nichols
says crops ara looking fine around
Any one wishing to start a herd
of Poland Chinas would do well
to see i. S SCHLAX before
buying, if you wish to save
money. Th s herd is headed
by Sebring, 32303. and con-
sists of such individuals as
Queen Loui. (72CWJ I. Grace-
fu i Model, ( ,3*131 |. Graccfuli
Beauty, (70904), Queen Grace
iul. (fSSDOj, an ! others.
Visitors always w-.c •!:;«.
Ci rruspoiule ice j r , t.y an-
Farm 4 mil'-- e:)-t iin I A n.ile
north of LEX IXGT< iX.ijKLA
Will Iwk y,ur trier, at -.:.v
FOR I 0UCHS and 50c I. $1.00
^^OLDS Fret Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cure for all
THROAT and LUNG TROUB-
LES, or MONET BACK.
We Pay Cash
Spring Chickens 12 1 -2c lb.
Old Hens 6 to 7c lb.
Eggs 7c dozen.
See us before you sell
M. B. GIBSON & SON
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THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
srwANC or imitation*,
tmb qemuink prepared only by
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
• T. LOUIS, MO.
OWL DRUG STORE.
An absolute apcclflc and anti-«?ptlc prtp-
"• lon for alt kinds of
SIMPLY A 0ARGLE. PEHKEOTLY HARMLESS.
A sure cure for rfoitr«rnesa. TonjIIItU Quinsy,
j la .'amcd, Ulcerated and Catarrhal Sore Throat.
; A pre*entlva of Croup, Whooping Cough and
j fl'ltl FY I \<J H K A I.I NO BOOTH I NQ
CDdor^ed by thr Most Kinlu<««it Throat Hpeclal-
lo the country
ib<'Uirt i>r ke|>l In #*ery lioin* I'rlro S0 Onta.
Mffre Madlolna Co., Dca Moluoa, Iowa.
ASBl'RV & REAVIS
FAIRVIEW STOCK FARM.
Four miles north of Lexington,O.T.
SHORT HORN CATTLE
H rl Bulls RavenwrH
1M,"'74 and Srntrli Vi
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1'M'f i nit arm iiniivi<inii
-if the t-iiariil Chirnpi
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Old Helidble No. VS Moon Buggy,
$85,00 cash, fall time -W0.—James
E. E. ALKIRE. Proprietor.
Tbe r.EABEjiads biicg reunltb
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