Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, September 10, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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J. O. FOX, Proprietor.
Display advertisements 1" per inch each
insertion. Additional charge for special
position. Locals ft conts per line each
insertion. All advertisement** ron until
All church, school and other notices of
entertainments, where m >ney is derived
from, and cards of thanks, will be charg-
ed for at the regular advertising rates
The Executive Committee of the
Teachers' Association has decided
to hold a meeting the last Saturday
in each month, during the school
year. The first meeting will he
held at Lexington, September 25th,
1900. You are expected to he
present and take part in the differ-
ent discussions. A record will he
kept of your attendance and work
done in these meetings, and the in-
dorsement or renewal of your certi-.
ficate will depend on same.
10:00 a. m. Song, supplied by
Annual address by President of
Association, Prof. Harry Hutchin.
Recitation in English Literature,
led by Prof. IJice. Outline, I.
Beowulf. II. Coedman. III. Bode.
IV. King Alfred, (a) The Chronicle.
V. Arthurian Legends. VI. The
Church Men of Early English Liter-
ature. Brook's English Literature
is the adopted text hut any good
book will do.
1:00 p. in. Meeting of the Exec-
1:30 p. ni. Song—Oklahoma, by
Recitation in General History,
led by Prof. .1. I.. Luttrell, outlined
I. India and China; a. Religion,
b, Literature, e. Intercourse with
II. Egypt; a, Dynasties and Chro-
nology, b, Religion. Arts and Gen-
III. Chaldea; a. Assyria; b, Ba-
IV. The Hebrews; a, The Reign
of Soloman; b, Religion and Litera-
V. The Persian Empire; a. Kin-
ship of the Medes and Persians;
b, Reigns of Cyrus, Darius, Xerxes
and end of the Persian Empire.
VI. Greece; a. Physiography and
Climate; b, Local Patriotism of the
Greeks: the City, the Political Unit;
c, The Trojan War; d, The Influ-
ence of the Legendary Age on all
Round table Discussion; Prepara-
tions for first day of school, led by
Miss Lizzie Drawver and Prof. C.
Daily program for eight grades in
the rural schools, by Mrs. McDon-
ald and Prof. W. E. Rcplogle.
Reading by Mrs. Akin.
S. S. DENISON
FIRE and TORNADO INSURANCE
FARM LOANS and REAL ESTATE
Office in Farmers State Guaranty Bank Building.
The Trained Specialist
Is the man in line for the richest
prizes of business. He sees oppor-
tunities, recognizes them, and has
the power to grasp them. Knowl-
edge is power. The practical know
how that enables anyone to do the
right thing in the right way at the
Young men and women are
equipped at Hill's Business College
with a practical training in short-
hand, typewriting, telegraphy, book-
keeping and the various details of
business. They are fitted to enter
the best offices and make good
from the start.
A course in Hill's Business Col-
lege which ranks with the best
schools in America, and is always
ahead of all others in the south,
will start you on the road to quick
success. Start now. The school
is always open, always ready to re-
ceive you. There are now reduced
rates of tuition. A $50 life scholar-
ship in bookkeeping, etc., or in
shorthand and typewriting, $42.50;
the $10(1 combined course—book-
keeping, shorthand and typewrit-
ing, $75.00; a $50 scholarship in
telegraphy and station work, $85;
mail course, $20. Address I!. II.
Hill, Waco, Tex., Memphis. Tenn.,
or Little Rock, Arkansas.
Tie state board of public affairs
is in session this afternoon consid-
ering bids for the erection of the
$100,000 building for the South-
eastern Normal school at Durant.
The bids on file are by the Manhat-
t a n Construction Company, o f
Chandler; Seciqitj Construction
Company, of Birmingham, Ala.:
the Daugherty-Campbell Construc-
tion Company, of Weatherford, and
the Texas Construction Company,
of Ft. Worth, Tex.—Guthrie Lead-
A Business Education
A business education is something
every one should have, and the best
for the least money is quite an ad-
vantage in obtaining it.
We have scholarships . in eight of
the BEST Business Colleges in
America, and if you are figuring on
going to school, it will pay you to
see us, as we will save you money
on the scholarship.
No Tresspassing Allowed
1 hereby forbid any hunting or
tresspassing on my farm. Any vio-
lator will be dealt with according
to law. Ira York.
• SCHOOL SUPPLIES •
We have just received a full and up to-date
line of school supplies.
W'e also have the swellest line ot postal
cards in the city. New cards every week.
A full and complete line of medicine.
PALACE DRUG STORE,
SHERMAN & EVERETT, Proprietors.
ONE important question
about painting is: How
many square feet will a
gallon of puint cover? It de
pends on the condition of the
building, and on the paint.
The common claim for paint
is, 300 square feet to the gal-
lon, two coats. As a rule
with paints, this is not true.
Devoe Lead and-Zinc Paint
covers 300 to 500 square feet,
so painters say. We think
300 not enough and 500 too
much, to claim for it, but both
have been true.
Devoe is a safe name
to go by in buying
paint; it's all paint,
and all good.
Wynne & Masscy, Agents.
School Land Appraisement
That the work of appraising the
school lands in Pottawatomie coun-
ty will commence Thursday is the
announcement made today by Sec-
retary Ed O. Cassidy of the school
hmd commission. The work will
be done under the direction of Ad-
juster Fred Parkinson.
Five new adjustors w ill be ap-
pointed by the school land com-
mission this week and the appraise-
ment work will be pushed as rapid-
ly as possible.—Guthrie Leader.
Place to Rent
115 acres 2 miles cast and 2 north
of Lexington. 25 or 30 acres in
pasture. $450 cash rent, half down;
balance fall of 1910.
P. K. Brian.
liight work, right prices—Leader.
Gus Seigler. The Tailor
Gus Seigler lias bought the tai-
loring business of Gaines Mitchell
and is in every way prepared to do
your cleaning and pressing. He is
experienced in that line of business
and will do your work in first-class
He also has several large sample
books, and would be pleased to
show you his many beautiful sam-
ples before you order your fall or
All the news all the year for $1.
H. ti. ANGLE.
Dental Work a Specialty. Treats all diseases of horse or cattle.
At Old Stand.
Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
it is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
All Drug Dealers.
Farm For Sale
SO acres of land 1 mile east and
3-4 south of Corbett; 40 acres in
cultivation and 30 in meadow,
which produces about 1,000 bales
of hay per year. 1 room house,
good well and windmill, good barn,
for $4,000 if sold within 60 days.
It is r genuine bargain.
T. G. SlK >( KLF.Y.
Lexington. Okla., R. F. I). I.
Sees Mother <irov* N ounu
"it would bw hard to over estimate
the wonderful change in my mother
u other since ebt began to use Klectrir
Hitters," writt 9 Mrs. \V. L. < *ilputi ick,
of Daoforth, \1« ' Although past 70
she Booms re.M!y to he growing young
again. vho Mjft'tired untold misery for
twenty yeat> shmi dyspepsia. At last
•die ronld not • at think nor sleep. Doe-
torn gave h< > uo and all remedies failed
until Electric hittois worked wonders
for her health " They invigorate all
vital organs, cute liver and kidney
troubles, induce sle« y and impart
"i ienglh at I ippetite. I)oly Mfc
K« r sale at all ding Ktoren.
A Niglit Witler's Kodi
Tbe worst • light rider* are calomel,
cioton oil oj, • • | illh I h. v i.id!
voui bed to • <• .on ot test .Not -
with Or. King'* .N w lute Pill. Tb- v
Nev >i #liNti • h r •;>■ viv n"-nr , •-.?
always cliMitte the s\ *.em, curing 1 <'. !
ache, constipation. . .nUria, ::.*>c.
Km* sale nt itt :iSI "Him *tore .
When you know any newr- tell
18, and we'll tell the people.
We have just received a complete new and up=to=date
line of Dry Goods for the fall and w inter. Our patterns
are the prettiest to be seen and the prices are the best to
be obtained. A visit will convince the most skeptical.
Our Boot and Shoe stock is complete and the brands
we carry are Famous for thier comfort and durability.
They always give the best of satisfaction.
V\e have without a question the most complete and
stylish line of Ladies and Gents Furnishings in the city.
They are elegant and the most beautiful pari is. we have
just what you want. We well know the wants of our
many customers and always buy to suit their taste.
W e are here to please you with
the best of GOODS for the money.
Call On Us And See For Yourself.
S. Y. Perkins Go.
Read the Leader and keep posted. $1.00.
Real bstatc, Farm Loans and Insurance.
^ Commercial Printing
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 light which Mr. Bryan has made through the Commoner
and on the stump will he continued with unceasing ener«v duriit"
the year BIO!).
Mr. Bryan has again assumed editorial charge of The Coimnon-
■ r and will give Ihjs department his attivc. personal attention.
All earnest, patriotic Americans are invited to join him in a
SPECIAL CAMPAIGN ( F EDUCATION to be inaugurated
through the Commoner and the democratic press.
Flic government reforms For which Mr. Bryan is laborine are ot
vital importance to the welfare oF the people.
lie should have the active support of those who want to see the
government administered in the interest <>F tin' many instead of
t lie few.
•loin the movement for agjjrcs.-ive act inn I■ \ , •eepiinj; our -pec
i a I clubbing offer for one year.
I he Leader atitl Commoner, both lor $| =;<•.
V11 clubbing subscriptions should made :> :>11U h, 1 .• inr
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Fox, J. O. Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, September 10, 1909, newspaper, September 10, 1909; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110380/m1/4/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.