Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, August 6, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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J. O. FOX, Proprietor.
Display advertisements 1" per inch inch
insertion. Additional aharjfe f« r opccim i
position. LochIb 5 cents p« r line each
in«ertiou. All advertirtemeuti run until
All church, Mchool and other notices of
entertainment.*, where in.mey i« tler|ved
from, and cards of thanks, will be chsr^-
ed for at the regular advertising rate**
A revival meeting will begin at
the llaptist church in this city
about August 22nd. The services
will be conducted by Rev. T. ('.
Carleton, State Evangelist.
W. 0. W. Ice Cream Social
There will he an ice cream social
Saturday night at the W. O. W.
lodge hall. All Woodmen and
their families are cordially invited
to attend. J. M. Bishop,
C. C. I
A Night Rider's koiie
The worst night riilers are calomel,
croton oil or hIobb pills. They rai><
your heil to rob you of rest. Not so
with Dr. Kind's New Life Pill. TIihv
Never ilistress or ineonvanience, but
always dense the «yslein. cm in it head-
ache, constipation, malaria, L'dc.
t"or sale nt at all 'Itun stores.
At once. Local men to take or-
ders for high grade western grown
nursery stock. Experience unnec-
essary. Outfit free. Cash weekly
Write for terms.
Any one intending to plant should
aak for our catalog, it's free. Ad-
dress. National Nukskkies.
.4 Lawrence, Kansas.
Advertising makes business; luisi-
ness pays for the advertising.
As we deal with you we expect
to he delt with in return. That is;
why we endeavor to turn out satis
factory job work.
SELF LIGHTING BUOY.
A Novelty on the Lusitania That At-
One feature of the big Lusitania
which attracted crowds when she was
open for Inspection was the automatic
life buoy which is fastened between
decks on a slanting frame in such a,
way that it can be released by the
pressure of a button on the bridge.
On each end of the four arms of a
large cross-shaped framework is a
copper ball. These balls are so
weighted that when the buoy strikes
the water it will float upright. To the '
crossarms are fastened long brass cyl-
inders. These cylinders are calcium
carbide lights so arranged that they
flare up by contact with the water.
Should a cry of "Man overboard" be
raised at night the officer on the
bridge presses the button, the buoy
hits the water and the lights flare up.
If the man overboard is a swimmer bo
can reach the buoy, to the arms of
which loops are attached to aid him
in keeping above water. The ship
also has a mark to guide iL
Add to one quart of chicken or
veal broth a large coffee cup (heaped)
of macaroni, one-half teacup of rice,
a good sized onion cut fine, a stalk of
celery, two medium ears of corn cut
from the cob, one Irish potato, two
tomatoes, and a green pepper, ex-
cluding the seeds or parts where the
seeds touch. In season, half a doz-
en pods of okra will add to it, sliced
thinly, I'se only silver or well plated
spoon to stir with if okra is used,
otherwise it will turn black. It never ,
must be cooked in iron. Cook nearly
two hours. If served as principal
dish for luncheon, serve the chicken
meat with it: It is a nourishing dish.
At Low Pricees and on Easy Terms
We offer for immediate sale 100,000 acres
of fine farm and ranch lands on the beautiful and
marvelous South Plnius of Texas. This land i-
of the dark sandy loam variety and produces
equal to any section of the I'nitod States.
To Launder Ribbons.
Lingerie ribbons are no small item
in the summer. One can save consid-
erable by using this mode of clean-
ing them. Wash in either cold or luke
warm water with white soap and whila
still wot wind around a bottle or glass.
The wrinkles smooth out perfectly and
the ribbon comes off unfaded and as
fresh as new. It can be used all sum-
mer by washing each time this way.
A narrow tape sewed to the ribbon as
it Is taken out and the tape pulled
through saves the trouble of using
the bobtiin when the garment is wash-
ed, as it Is tacked again to the clean
ribbon and pulled through In a few
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Goose Liver Klosse.
This can be made equally well of
calf's liver. In Germany goose is a
favorite fowl, and there are plenty of
livers left over for fancy cookery.
Crumble two slices of stale bread and
soak them In enough milk to cover.
Melt an ounce butter, add four beat-
en eggs, parsley, salt and a pinch of
spice. Stir until it blackens, artrl
bread and one cup of chopped liver,
parboiled, and make it all into balls.
Poach these in broth for one-half hour.
Drain and serve In a pile with a
good sauce This is a good dish, and
the ifripe can lie made by baking th«
whole In a dish Instead of as above.
Have ready lt.'.lf a cupful of thinly
sliced and sugared peaches and warm
them slightly on the back of the stove.
Heat four eggs with a fourth of a cup-
ful of sugar and a tablespoonful of
lemon Juice. Put a tablespoonful of
butter In a frying pan and when it
bubbles pour in thti egg mixture. As
it cooks pick up with fork, letting
the uncooked part run under until the
omelet is set and a delicate brown un-
derneath, then place the peaches la
the middle, fold the omelet, turn on a
hot dish, dust with powdered sugar
Parboil one pound of spaghetti, be-
ing careful not to break it. Drain It,
and line a mold, twisting it all
around. Kill the center with a mix-
ture of two cup;; of cold chopped
chicken, one-half cup of cream blend-
ed with some flour and butter and
■ oik of an egg, suit, pepper, nutmeg
mil chopped pars!' Steam it like a
custard one hour. Turn it out on a
dish and pour around it some good
lomato sauce. Serve hot.
Onion and Pepper Salad.
i hop six green peppers free from
seeds, and one In, .■ Ileruiuda onion
very, very tln< \dil sail, pepper,
French mustard, ono-half pint oitv#
nil and juice of a lemon mixed with
one Inch of preserved ging r. cut
up flue. Serve on a bed of lettuce
leaves, ice cold.
To Keep Lemons Fresh.
Plate ■ i I'-mon under an ordinary
■lrlnking glas unl ir will kesp from
Knew No Old Aye.
lira ,ilian cocoa nut palms ltv from
"00 to 700 years, and the Arabs sseart
that the date palm frequently reache*
the age of -0(1 to .100 years, says the
Dundee Xdvcrliser Wnllan's oak near
Paisley, Scotland, is known to be over
ToO years old. and there are eight ol
iv>' trees on the dount of Olives ilea,
•I< H-alem which are known to l>ax•"
1 i n flourishing in 1U99. The yews
at Kouutalus \hb. 1 Yorkshire, were
old trees when in
built, nnd a rcdv
A Moment's Look at the Country
The Staked Plains tire known to be as
healthful as the mountains of Colorado, the
water is of the very best freestone, the average
annual rain-fall for the past 14 years 24 80
inches, the climate is great, the nights cool and
pleaflunt and when you arise in the morning you
teel like doing a day s labor. The country pro-
duces coru, cotton, wheat, oats, alfalfa, kaftii
corn, milo maze, vegetables and fruit. It's tin*
natura] home of the onion and the adopted
home of the auto. Hogs are immune from dis-
ease and white face cattle are great wealth pin
If you are interested write us for full par-
ticulars, terms, prices, etc,
ALEXANDER & HUDSON
Swisher Co., - Tulia, Texas
GEO. A. TBAGUE,
• PUKE DKL'GS ®
We buy new Drugs and ( heniicals every
week. Take no chances and let us fill
your prescriptions. : : :
We have everything you need in the
medicine line. : : : ;
PALACE DRUG STORE,
SHERMAN & EVERETT, Proprietors.
Ice Cream Parlor
I have re-opened my Confectionery, and am now pre-
pared to serve the public with Ice Cream, Cold Drinks antl
Confectioneries. Call and see me.
Ira. L. Paisley.
Read the Leader and keep posted. $1.00.
Real Estate. Farm Loans and Insurance.
- the abbey
•I manifold « en
s of Ai'rlca have
ovi?r 5,000 yrjirs
old, ami the deciduous cypress at
i'hapultepec is e. i idered to l>#* or a
mill greater ace. Humboldt said that
the Draeeua Draco at Orolava on
Teneilffe, wae one ol, the oldest inhab-
ifatU if Ua« afc.-'-
I he Cleveland County Annual Singing
Convention will be held at the Valley Grove
school house, I mile east of Corbett, and 7
miles east and 3 south of Lexington. Sainr=
day night and Sunday, August 21st and 22nd.
The banner will be awarded the class
that renders the best singing.
i he main feature of the convenuion
will be the address on "Mission of Music"
b\ Prof. ,lno. W. Reams, of Oklahoma City.
Dinner on the ground Sunday.
Each class is requested to send creden=
tials with delegates.
Election of officers Saturday night.
Everybodj cordially invited to attend
and assist in making tins convention a grand
Cor. Sec. i). EARL STEVENS,
When in need of Commercial
Printing, the best and surest place
to visit is the firm that has stood
the test, and at all times given en-
We print Legal Blanks, and at
all times have a supply in stock.
Mr. Bryan in 1909
The fight tvhieh Mr. Bryan has made through the Commoner
and on the stump will lie eontinued with uiifcasiuu' eni-ra.v duriii"
the year 1909.
Ml . Bryan has again assumed editorial eharge of The Common
' r ind will give lliis department his uttive. personal attention.
All earnest, patriotic Americans are invited to join him in a
SI'KCIAL CAMPAIGN OF KDIVATION t., I,e inaugurated
through the ('.uninoner and the democratic pres.-.
The government reforms for which Mr. Itryau is lahnriii" m ,,f
v ital importance to the welfare ol the people.
He should have tile active support of those wli
Liovernmeiit administered in the interest uf
I he few .
.loin the movement for aggn -sivi
i.-il duhhing offer for one year.
I lu Lender znul Commoner, hut It for $1.50
All ■ luhl.ing sul.Kcriptioiis si he made payable to |,exing
inn Lrn«|«*r. Lexington. Oklahoma.
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Fox, J. O. Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, August 6, 1909, newspaper, August 6, 1909; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110375/m1/4/: accessed February 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.