Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, September 17, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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LEXINGTON LEADER you (}an Afford It
J. O. FOX, Proprietor.
Display BdverticemeiitH 1" per inch each
itieertiuo.—Addition*! Jhariff- for apt-ciai
poM'tiud• L"CJil & cent# f.er line fuch
in-*-rtiou All HdvertiM?ujiMit? rno nijtit
%ll church. school aid other notices of
evit«-rtaiomeiits. where ti o«jr i- derived
from. mid onrdn of thnitkM. will bo chnr^-
ed f. r it the regular ndvertiPii.tf rnte-
If You live in Lexington you
should be a hooiter.
Cotton is corning to Lexington
at tbe rate of one hundred bale*
Lexington has only a knock-
er", and toe* Mill soon knock their
No Tows can be prosperous
without a unite i pull of the buui
Pull together for Lexington, for
she is ibn ' Queen City of tbe South
Saturday wan a big day in Lex-
ington—the mercnants did a tine
a tine business.
Now is the time to place your
advertisement* in the Leader for
tbe fall busme-s
Bi;fonE coming to Lexington
read the advertisements in tbe
Leader, then patronize tbe mer-
chants that advertise. You get
The dick sting cure cure for
rheumatism is again coming into
prominence. We should imagine
that a few well directed bee stings
properlv applied would do wonders
in limbering up stiff muscles for
tbe time being tt least.
How seldom people think to be-
stow praise upon those with whom
they are in daily contact. Your
employes, your associates, your
children and your wife would find
their loads lightened by n word of
commendation now and then.
$!• pays for an unlimited life j
scholarship in bookkeeping or short-
hand in tbe Capital City Business
College at (iutbrie. Okla. $H") pays
for the two courses combined.
Good board and lodging with pri- j
vate families is furnished at from
to >■'!.()() per week. Students!
enroll daily through out the year.
Just as soon as their courses are
finished tbeir diplomas are issued!
and they are placed in good paying
positions. Students upon arriving
in our city should come direct to
the college, where they will be given
proper attention and choice as to
1 hoarding place. If the reader is
not familiar with our college, would
.advise the writing for our beautiful
illustrated 188 page catalog, which
will describe in detail Oklahoma's
| largest commercial college. The
average time required for complet-
ing our shorthand course is three
, months, bookkeeping and short-
hand combined five months. Re-
! member we guarantee to give you
a better and more thorough course
in half the time, at half the ex-
Ipense of any school teaching other
than the Byrne systems, or we re-
j fund your tuition and pay your
railroad fair both ways. Some
| competitors may tell you we can't
do what we claim. He is judging
I hy the system ho has to use. When
j we used the same old systems he is
| using we couldn't do it either: it is
(the Famous Byrne system that en-
abled us to reduce the time by one-
half. We will gladly pay $100.00
| cash to any one pointing out an
incorrect statement in our advertis-
ing matter, Capital City Business]
College, Guthrie, Okla.
A Might Pider's kode
The worst night riders are calomel,
eroton oil or nines pi I la. Thev rnid
vuur heil to rol> yon of rent N"t en
with Dr King's New Life Pill. Thei
Never diBlresfl or ineonvanimice Ixif
4lwayg cleriNH the R) mum. cuiim head-
ache, constipation, malaria, "26c.
Kor sale ai at all nug stores.
When you know any news, tell
18, and we'll ti 11 the people.
Notice of Application for Appointment i f
State of Oklnhomn.
C evelund County
la the t'outjM oart of i>%id f'onoty
In thf trftate of Heurjr Howard and Ma -
tha A. Hownrd. deceased.
I he stat« of oklahoma to the heir*,
next of kio and creditor* of the anid
Henr> H"Wa d and Martha A. howard,
You are hereby not'tied that John J
Kitzgiromonrt ha* applied f« r letter* ot
a miuiiiotrHtion on -Hid nute and that
fhi■ i application will be heard at a regu-
lar term of t aid c art held at th * Court
rooms of said court in Norman on the
4th day of otob r. IU 'J. at 'J o'clock «
tVitne** my hand and the ®exl of * aid
o«irt th*H 13th <Jay of Nepidmher, lHO'.t
[ftEtL] N K Hhabp,
(V OurhHAll fllid
Ka«l K 8mkkd. attorney-. 52 3 t
In th County Court of ('leveland Coast*.
Htnte of Oklahoma, Hitting at Lexing-
In tlie matter of the estate of William
Tbe State • f Oklahoma to the heirs of
Wiliinm Br tie, deceased:
Yotl are Hereby notitied that on the 9th
• la of September. 15*>y. D Helcel pro-
duced and filed in thc^bove e titled conn
an inBtrurneii' in writing purporting to
be the la*t will and tM*tament of Wi -
Itarn Hyrne. de eaued: al*o his petition
praying that naid 'n*trument be bj satd
court adnitten to probate an and for the
Innt will and testament of said William
Mvrne. deceased and that letters test a-
me.itary i- ue thereo • to said S. I)
That said petition will be heard and
-aid i« strume-.t examined at the county
cour rooms in the Tjwd of Lexington,
Cleveland • o nt.y. State of Oklahoma, at
a term of said County c art, to he held
on the 2nd day of October, llHfc*, at the
hour of II u'clonk a. rn . of said day
That any person interested may appear
Hiid conte-t the probate of said will.
Witness tny hand and the seal of saio
Court this 14th day of September, 19()y,
[SKa i ] i", w kkllkk,
A Hutch in, Clerk of County Court.
Attorney. 52 tf-t
Gus Seigler, 1 he Tai or
(Jus Seigler has 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
Right work, right prices—Leader. |
ne trainee 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, j
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 $.!>0 life scholar-
ship in bookkeeping, etc., or in
shorthand and typewriting, $42.50;
the $100 combined course—book- ■
keeping, shorthand and typewrit- j
ing, $75.00; a $50 scholarship in !
telegraphy and station work, $35;
mail course, $20. Address R. II.
Hill, Waco, Tex., Memphis, Tenn.,
or Little Rock, Arkansas.
No 1 resspassing Allowed
I hereby forbid any hunting or
tresspassing on my farm. Any vio-
lator will be dealt with according
to law. Ira York.
All the news all tbe year for $1.
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.
Love, sunshine and common
sense, thoroughly mixed in tbe
proper proportion, beat ail the pat-
ent medicinoB on the maiket as a
cnre-all for the ills of mind and
body—and no alcohol is needed as
ik dissolvent or preservative. "Chil-
dren cry for it."
Dkcoixbttk gowns are being
worn just a trifle lower than for-
merly—the sheath gown will be
fclit just a wee bit more—and now I
comes the seatless and "nuthin', |
nutbin'" gowns. We men will
soon have to turn Christian Scien-
tists and just imagine we don't see
Tin: Man who edits the average
country newspaper can not well
avoid treading on somebody's toes
continually. lie must expoct to
be censured often for unintentional
failures; must expect bard work
and little thanks; must expect to
be called a coward because he does
not "pitch unto" overything that
somebody else thinks is wrong,
aud a fool if he speaks out too
plainly on public evils; he must
expect to grind other people's axes,
and turn the grinding stone him-
self.- • Greeusprings, (U.'i Echo.
A Business Education
A business education is something
every lire- should have, and the best
for the least money is quite an .id-
vantage in obtaining it.
We have scholarships in eight of
the BEST Business College- in
America, and if you figuring on
going to school, it will pay you to
see us. as we will save you rnoin .v
on the scholarship.
We have just received a complete new and up=to=date
line of Dry Goods for the fall and winter. 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
c, • ...
we carry are Famous for thier comfort and durability.
They always give the best of satisfaction.
We 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 part is, we have
iust what you want. We well know the wants of our
many customers and always buy to suit their taste.
We are here to please you with
the best of GOODS for the money.
Call On Us And See For Yourself.
S. Y. Perkins Go.
• SCHOOL SUPPLIES •
W e haveju>t received a full and up to-date
line of school supplies, : : : :
We also have the swellest line of postal
curds in the city New cards every week
A full and complete Iin*-* of medicine.
PALACE DRUG STORE,
SHERMAN & EVERETT, Proprietors.
S. S. DENISON
FIRU and TuRNADO INSURANCE
FIRM HU S and RUl ESlUTi
in Fimmrs Stale Guaranty Bank Building.
Read the Leader and keep posted. $1.00.
See GOS SEIGLER
For Up-to-date Cleaning and Pressing.
See liim for that n-'vv fall -<uit. The latest styles and
samples to select from.
French Dry Cleaning a Specialty.
Lp,stairs over Owl Diug Store.
^ 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.
Lexington Leader. •
Mr. Bryan in 1909
The fight which Mr. Bryan hag made through the Commoner
and on the stump will he continued with uneedsing energy during
the year lfM>9.
Mr. Bryan has again .issurned editorial charge of The Common-
i r iirnl will give this department his attive, personal attention.
All earnest, patriotic Americans are invited to join him in a
SPECIAL CAMPAIGN OF EDUCATION to he inaugurated
through the Commoner and the democratic press.
Tin government reforms tor which -Mr. Bryan is laboring are ol
vital importance' to the welfare of the people.
He should have the active support of those who want to see the
government administered in the interest of the many instead of
.loin the movement for aggressive action l>.\ accepting <.ur spe.
ial clubbing offer for one year.
The Leader and Commoner, both lor $1.50.
All dubbing subscriptions should be mude payable to Lexing-
ton header Lexington, Oklahoma.
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Fox, J. O. Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, September 17, 1909, newspaper, September 17, 1909; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110381/m1/4/: accessed February 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.