Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, December 31, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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J. O. FOX, Proprietor.
Display advertisement!! 10 per inob each
insertion.—Additional charge for speoial
position. Locals 5 cents per line each
insertion. All advertisements rnn until
All church, school and other notices of i
entertainment*, where money in derived
from, and cards of thanks, will be charg-
ed for at the regular advertising rates.
• — ;
Datf, it 1910 after today.
Weak Throat—Weak Lungs
Cold after cold; cough after cough! Troubled with this
taking-cold habit? Better break it up. We have great
confidence in Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for this work. No
medicine like it for weak throats and weak lungs. Ask
your doctor for his opinion. He knows all about it.
His approval is valuable. Follow his advice at all times.
No alcohol in this cough medicine. JTUTJyer Co., Lowell, Mass.
Alwayskct'pa good laxative in thehouse. Takeadosewhen yourcoldfirstcomeson. What
is the best laxative for this? Ayer's I'ills. Ask your doctor his opinion. Let him decide.
Boosting is what made New
910 should prove to be a 8reat York. Cbica6°. St- Louis "n<1 0k"
i lahoma City. Now is the ideal
We wish you happiness and
prosperity during 1910.
time to do such work for Lexing-
ton as has been done for those
OKLAHOMA CENTRAL R'Y CO.
Asa E. Ramsey, Receiver
TIME TABLE NO. 12
Effective August 8, 1909.
Make a New Year's resolution to
clean up your alleys and keep them
Begin today, the last day of
1909, to boost your town and
Look on the bright side of life
and you will always enjoy convers-
ing with the investors when they
come to town, in a way that will
make them feel like locating among
you. Try it this year.
Daily Daily STATIONS
No. I Ni
Some of the awnings in the city
ore in bad shape and should be re-
placed before the New Year.
Lexington received and paid
better prices for more cotton, corn
and bogs than any town of three
times its size last fall. We think
this is quite a record, but Lexing-
ton is the best town on the map.
A M |
10.25. Frinco Cross'
William Dudley Foulkg cannot
make public the letter he received
from-Mr. Taft. It must have been
A booster club is to be organiz-
ed in Lexington the first of the
year, which will be the means of
doing much boosting for the city
and country in the future.
A canning factory for Lexington
would be a great enterprise, and if
the citizens are in favor of it (which
they aught to be) we can have it.
We have the soil, which will pro-
duce all kinds of vegetables and in
j abundance, and could maintain a
! canning factory.
I I' Gibb'ns Sj 'r
We have heard it said that Lex-
ington was a dead town, but it is a
mistake, while we have some peo-
ple in it, who are dead to the in-
terests of the city. Liven up and
make a record in 1910. It will
make you feel good to say a good
word for a good town, and as the
town grows you will prosper more.
Looking Ono's Best
It's a woman's delight to look her
best Imt-pimples, skin eruptions, sores
ami boils rob life of joy. Listen!
•Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures tlietn;
| makes the skin soft and velvety. It
! nlorilies the face. Cures pimples, sore
eoes.coM sores, cracked lips, chapped
j hands Try it. Infallible for piles.
I 'Joe at all ilrnnnists.
I!. M. IIAILE,
Traflie Manager, Purcell, Okla.
Better have those overcoats niadt
to look a little better. Let
clean and press them, and niaki
them look new.—Claude Perkins.
I will sell at private sale at
j my place, 2 miles south and 4 1-2
| miles east of Lexington, the follow-
ing described property, to-wit:
| t span of work mules, lii bands
high, wagon and harness at $2">0,
I or will sell separately.
1 coming 4-year old work horse,
l(i hands high, work single or
; 1 coming year old horse colt $50.
i 2 walking cultivators.
j 1 single row cotton and corn plant-
250 bushels of oats.
Some baled prairie hay.
Railway Mail Clerks Wanted
The Government Pays Railway Mail
Clerks $800 to $1,200 and other
Employees up to $2,500 Annualy
Uncle Sam will hold spring ex-
j animations throughout the country
for Railway Mail Clerks, Custom
House Clerks, Stenographers, Book-
keeprs, Departmental Clerks and
other Governmental Positions.
Thousands of appointments will lie
made. Any man or woman over
IS. in City or Country can get in-
struction and free information by
writing at once to the Bureau of
Instruction, l-H! Hamlin Building,
Rochester, N. Y.
Horses For Sale
I I, ..vy tan t■ ^: j . ;:■!
harness, for sale for $150. See A.
T. Roberts at the Palace Drug
H. 0. ANGLE,
Dental Work a Specialty. Treats all diseases of horse or cattle.
• At Old Stand.
F. M. McFarland, Pres. Roy C. Smith, Sec. & Trea§.
Cleveland County Abstract Co.
Abstracts of Title, Conveyances Drawn
. Norman, Oklahoma
Phone Parnell at Criteher's for
all kinds of wood.
Right work, right prices—Leader.
Stung For 15 Yaers
By indigestion pains—trying many
doctors and $200.00 worth of medicine
in vain, B. F. Ayescue. of Ingleside,
N. C,, at last used Dr. King's New Mfe
Pills and writes they wholy cured him.
They, cure constipation, biliousness,
sick headache, stomach liver kidney
and bowel troubles. 25c at all drug-
a p p 1 n e s s
We wish for our many friends and
patrons much happiness and
1 9 1 o
We still have a complete line of
Ladies and Gents Furnishings,
Drv Goods, Hats and Shoes.
S. Y. Perkins Co.
The Firm That Pleases
Tax Deed Notice
Sthte of Oklahoma, County of Cleveland.
Notice to owners before issuing tax deed.
Notice is hereby given thut on the 18th
day of November. 1907, the County of
Cleveland, in the Territory of Oklahoma,
acting by and through its proper officer
and agent, gold nt tax sale the following
lots or parcels of land described as fol-
Lots five (5), six (ti), seven (7). eight
(*) in block twenty-six (20), m the Town
of Lexington, and the county and terri-
tory aforesaid, which lots were j o!d 'or
the taxes for the year J906, and certifi-
cates of sale were issued to me by the-
treasurer of Cleveland county on the l*th
day of November, A. I) , l'.ij7
Now, unless the owner of said lots or
f'ome one having the right to redeem said
lots, redeems the same *vithin (it) da>s
from the 18th day of November, 1U09, I
will demand that a deed be issued to me.
T. W. K ELI.FH.
lo-3t Lexington, Okla.
Notice For hearing Petition For Probate
Notice is hereby given to all persons
interested in the estate of John Newton
Douglass, deceased, that on the ltvh day
of December. 1909, F. J. Lackey, produc-
ed and tiled in the County Court, in the
County of Cleveland. State of Oklahoma,
an instrument in writing purporting to
be the last will and testament of J. N.
Douglass, deceased, and also tiled in said
Court his petition praying for the pro-
bate of said will and that letters tesia-
mentary issue thereon to F. J. Lackey,
the executor named in said will.
Pursuant to an order of said Court
made on the 17th day of December, 1909,
notice is hereby given that the 4th day of
January, 1910, at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. m. of eaid day, that being a day of the
tegular January term of said Court. 1910.
has been appointed as the time for hear-
ing said petition and the proving of said
will at the County Court Room in Nor-,
man, Oklahoma in said County of Cleve-
land, when and where all persons inter-
ested may appear and contest the came.
In testimony whereof. I have Hereunto
set my hand and the seal of the County
Court, this 17th day of December, 1909.
[SEAL ] N E. Shabi',
\Vm. Bbatty, County Judge.
Order to Show Cause on Application ol
Guardian for Order of Sale of
In the County Court "f the Count)' of
Cleveland, ^tate of Oklahoma.
lathe Matter of the ()rder tQ B h 0 w
Guardianship Latate tw Qu A Moa.
of Joseph and Nellie !t.on of 0uVriljRn
rene l)av1B> minor f(jr ()rder <|( Sh,(,
heirs of Win D. Da <)f Keft, EstRU.
It appearing to this Court, from the
petition this day presented and filed by
J J. Roberts the Utiardian.of the persons '
Htid estates of Joseph and Nellie Irene
Davis, minors, praying for an order ol
sale of certain real estate belonging to
his said wards, that it is necessary for tlie
education and maintenance of said min-
ors, that such real estate should be sol 1.
It is hereby ordered, that the next of
kin of saitl wards, ami all persons in-
terested in the said estate, appear before
this Court on Saturday the 2'ind day of •
January, A. D. 1910, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
at the Court Room of said Court, at the
Court, house in the City of Norman,
Cleveland county, then and thee to show
enure why an order should not b - granted
for the sale of such estate
And it is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published at leant three suc-
cessive we ks before the day < f hearing,
in the Lexington Leader, a newspaper
printed and published in paid Cleveland
X N. SllAHP,
i ounty Judge.
Dated Dec 21,
N XWVLl. A- J AC it sON,
$ School Supplies
VVe have just received a full and up-to-date
line of school supplies. : : : :
We also have the swellest line of postal
cards in the city. New cards every week.
A full and complete line of medicine.
PALACE DRUG STORE,
SHERMAN & EVERETT. Proprietors.
gmmmtTrrn- r. ITUMHNBJKSrv
S. S. DENISON
FIRE and TORNADO INSURANCE
FARM LQAftS and REAL ESTATE
SefOftice in Farmers State Guaranty Bank Building.
Read the Leader and keep posted, $1.00.
CLAUDE C. PERKINS
Wants 7"o I)o Votir
Clenniiiii: mid 1 *rcssiii!£
French Dry Cleaning a Specialty.
Rear of S. V. Perkins Company store.
Try us for your J
have a complete lint
le Mills. We
tf large poster
type, and a good supply of cuts. Everybody reads well dis-
played advertisements. That's the kind we print.
NELSON & DRAUGHON
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Schools of Hn INTKUN ATION A L reputation, built on merit only, ab-
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quired elsewhere. Positions absolutely guaranteed. Old stereotyped
methods discarded. If you are interested, it will pay yon to investigate
this College. Write today for SPECIA I, OFFERS, open for short
time only, at our two hit? schools. Fort Worth and San Antonio.
pVK ALSO SUCCESSFULLY TEACH BY MAIL)
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Trade Su your old machine at
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Fox, J. O. Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, December 31, 1909, newspaper, December 31, 1909; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110396/m1/4/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.