Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, March 25, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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' LEXINGTON LEADER ^ offered a theatrical engagement. It looks as though ANNOUNCEMENTS
J. O. FOX, Proprietor. •
Dinplaj d*erti*emet.l« 10 per inch each ibMrtioo.—Additional
charge for epecialpoaitioo. Looals & cent# per line each in-
sertion. Alt adTerti ement« ron antilordered oat.
gome of the managers would get him. He would
probably be a great drawing card.
"Jeff" D*ti6 is selfish. He wants all the rule. All announcements fVOO.
Standard Oil piped into h , says the Cincinnati :
Fully nine out of every ten cases of Order to Show Cause on Filing Petition
rbeamatigm is simply rheumatism of j0 Land
the mutclss due to cold or damp, or
All announcement fees must be chronic rheumatism, neither of which ; yieveUnd [*"'
paid in advance. There will posi- re<loire nT internal treatment. All """ i " ,n Coun(y tourt<
tively be no deviation from* this 'hat 18 uee'led to afford relief is the (n th# matter of the e,tate of R M
free application of Chamberlain s Lini- Rowutree, deceased.
ment. liive it a trial. \oa are cer- ] On reading and filing the petition of C.
,, . . ., , . . . r-r— > —j- tain to be pleased with the quick re- H. bessent, administrator of the estate
cure,. "'i - >*r n . Commercial Tribune. Mr. Davis' great specialtv. of FOI1 DISTRICT CLERK li«f which it affords. Sold l<y all of naid deoeand, BeMing forth the amoont
mor 7 is derned from, and cards o^ thank*, will be charged vuiumciuoi iiiuuuc. .«i.. . >.= s>"i , .tnieiisti of personal estate that has come to his
for at the regular adrertising rate* Course, is adding fuel to the flames. The Leader is authorized to an- ' hands, and the disposition thereof; the-
main,,- Ti (\f PKIlTVnnn amount of debts outstanding * agan.st
* u Hughes I'aint and pure linseed said deceased, and a description of all
The spring poet has come out of the gloom. .Is oklahoma City they have made the little can'li(li ^ for District Clerk, sub- oii for gale bv E j Keller ,he real e*t8t(; °! whicJh 8aid deceat;tJ
' J ., .u. . i.i r\ • ivciicj. (iied siezeji and the condition and value
- newsboys stop yelling, "Papier", but all the other • ": ' Democratic . of the respective portions thereof; and
Don't count your Easter eggs before they hatch, nojge g0eg on because it is the "order of the day". prll"'ir-v.August 2. Dtp). praying that lioanse be to him granted to
The best of men make mistakes sometimes, but this
ynTE a sight to see Aldric-h rooting for the pos- should be remedied at once,
tal savings bank. * ■
Sena top. Lodue w
tory will not assist him to rise to the cost of living.
Mow Good News Spreads
"1 am 70 years old and travel roost sell the whole or same portion of said
The Leader i- authorized to an- of the time," writes B. F. Tolson. of real estate to pay the expenses of admin-
llounce JOHN E LITTRFI I a* a Kliiabethtown, Ky. Everywhere I go IiatraUo?' And it appearing, by said pe-
111-.*-.^, a. « ..... ..... , tition, that there 18 not sufficient person-
candidate for District Clerk, sub- ecooimeiid t.ectric Bitters, because a) e8tate ln the hands of said administra-
, , ,i ,• j ,i j, • owe my excellent health and vitality , tjr to pay said debts, and that it is nec-
ject to the action of the Democratic t 0 thera. They effect , care eve/v | ce9Shr/i/ order to p., the same to sell
primary. August 2nd. .time." They never fail to tone the 8ome Portion of 8aid real e,ute:
stomach, regulate the kidney and bow- It is therefore ordered. That all ^1-
__ , i. .• , . .. sons interested in said estate appear ■>-
FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS ele> subulate the liver, invigorate the (ore the Jn(])?() thi, Conrt) ()[i Mondiy
TI . U.,l„ „„.i i nerves and purify the blood. They the 18th day of April, 1810, at 9 o'clock,
5 authorized to an- work wonders for weak, run-down men a. m., at the Court House in the city of
nounce J. 0. FOX as a candidate ami women, restoring strength, vigor -Norman, 10 «®id county, tlien find there
. for Register of Deeds, subject to the ond health that's a daily joy. Try ^h°shou*dSnot'fbenJfatn?ed tolaVad-
The greatest talk of the day dow is about the action of the Democratic primary, them. Only 50c, satisfaction guaran- miuistrator to sell ®aid real estate accord-
discover that flights of ora- subject, "Will he ever be able to come back". Not August 2nd. ' «eed by all druggists. iug to the prayer of said petition.
many do, but some have. But the main question The Leader is authorized to an-
witb the American public today is'"will Jeffries come nounce \V. A. TAYLOR as a ean-
■ While Mr. Rockefeller is talking about giving us
The beef trust may find that an immunity bath, back that half of the United States which he has
like any other bath, is not guaranteed to last. made out of oil, it will be well to watch him, for
maybe he is just trying to throw us off our guard,
The American people seem somewhat slow to while he gobbles up the other half. .
accept Mr. Peary in the light of a genuine hero.
And it in farther ordered, That a copy
of this order shall b'j published for four
Saved a Soldier's Life
Facing death from shot and shell in "ccessive weeks prio^to said day of
the civil w
hearing, in the Lexington Leader, a week-
A New \ork woman has failed for $500,000 back', and bring the helt hack to the white race, didate for Register of Deed?, sub- .. , 38 ^ agreeable to J. iy newspaper printed and published at
m. a ,./ . . ... • , . ^ A Stone, of Kemp, Texas, than facing Lexington, in said County
Hithout one cent of assets. Wall Street can still I here is a great difference of opinion. So we will ject to the action oj the Democratic it from what doctors said was con
learn a thing or two. . still hear arguments and the sporting editors will primary, August 2nd.
still make money. The Leader is authorized to an-
The New King of Belgium starts in with a salary nounce FRANK BOGGS as a ean-
of only O'j", but that gives him an incentive to Senator Gordon, of Mississippi, was in the Sen- didate for Register of Deeds, sub-
do his best and earn a raise.
Dated this March 16, 1910.
sumptions. "I contracted a stubborn ' N. E. Sdabi',
cold" he writes, "that developed into a Judge of the County Court,
cough, that stuck to me in spite ol all Newell £ Jackson,
remedies for years. My weight rati Attorneys. 26-4t
down to l30p..un<ls Then I becan to —~~~
That was a bull's-eye shot, the Baltimore Sun ator Gordon made one speech—juot one—his fare-
tent when it said: "The people of Philadelphia are wel1 address, and the beauty, the goodwill, patriotism
getting exactly what they voted for." an(l charity, with which that speech was adorned,
has rendered it immortal—indeed it already ranlis
"Grossly deceived "by land pirates" is bad. But witL Washington's farewell address. Senator Gor-
eo easjly deceived is worse. The administration gets (lon caPtured tbe LearU of a11 )lis countrymen with
no bill of health from the former Chief Forester. tbat '>eautifu! and timely spech, the speech of a
grand old man. May the Senate get more like him !
Peopi.k are beginning to wonder what the gov-
ernment will do with its money after Mr. Aldrich has
taught it how to live on $300,000,000 less a year.
ate just 60 days, as the appointee of the governor, iect l" t,ie il(:ti"n "f the Democratic Ur- King s New Discovery, which
while the legislature was electing his successor. Sen- p"may' Au=u't 2luL pounds."T!r'7oughs*'Tolds"' U ffp
FOP «rprRl\'TFynr\'T Rrtppe, asthma, heoiorrage, hnrseness,
1 " I 1 croup, whooping cough and lung trou-
The Leader is authorized to an- ble, its supreme. 50c, $1.00. Trial bot-
'i'i'J?' BICKBEE's SEEDS SUCCEED!
.y SPECIAL OFFER:
Mide to build New Bmlnrii, A trial fTlll ^
make you our i>ernjaueut customer.
nounce L. I!. RAMSEY as a candi- ,le free Guaranteed by all druggists. ( pn/X Collection L'",n
date fur County Superintendent,
subject to the action of the Demo-
cratic primary. August 2nd.
So Senator Gordon actually listened to the
speeches which were made on bills and then voted
according to his judgment, as it was influenced by
the facts and arguments which he heard. Truly, an
Old Pap ers
' FOR REPRESENTATIVE
The Leader is authorized to i
nounce OLIVER H. AKIN, as
Suits madft to order and individ-
ual measure.—S. Y. Perkins Co.
Chamberlain'e Stomach and l.iver
Tablets are safe, sure and reliable, and
have been praised by thousands of
_ women who have been restored to
health through their gentle aid and
■ l1 finest ; Turnip. 7 Aplend.d ; Onion, 8 £*61 VAiie- I
ti 3 ; 10 S^rlrr-floTffrlnp Knlb*—lifi Vitr,Ct!''8 10 fcll. 1
Write to-day; Mint/on this Paper.
. , - curative properties. Sold by all drug-
candidate for Representative, sub- „jste
ject to the action of the Democratic ^mmm
primary. August 2nd.
SfiMD 10 CENTS
• pom,* and lacking and receiva thla relnah
op 'A Seeda postpaid, tofethcr with iny 1>
active* Beautiful ^eed and Plant lioi.k
. ill about th« Htit vaxi«ti«« of i-evda, Plaotf, o'c
,H. W. Buckfcee, bucek0bcM,cAI
L. G. Pantier, Doctor of Dental
Surgery. Office over the Chickasaw
National Rank. Phone 319, Purcell,
Subscribe for the Leader.
This new 6-shot
model it the simplest,
surest, and fastest 12
gauge repeater made.
It has the solid top,
side ejection and
double extractors —
special 17/as/tn fea-
tures of comfort and
convenience. The closed-in breech
keeps the action clean and the shells
dry-- keeps out rain, snow, dirt, leaves
twigs and sand.
The new take-down «onstructlon allow*
you to take gun apart in t-r. onci-. for
cleaning or r«ckin«, yrt the joint is always
as firm and rigid as in a soiid frame, non*
take-down gun. The fat f-'re im ht- your
hand and helps quick operation.
The full choked guns are guaranteed
eloH-*hoOti|)f, hard-hitting guns, and are
unequalled for ducks, Keeae. foxes and all
of i; r^nge work.
Buy From R. A. Isom
\\ indow shade-:, chair -eats, ma-
chine needles, "All Kind," and
rug?, rugs, rugs. R. A. Isom.
Right work, right prices—Leader.
lift SIGH ot a
A circular giving lurire
illiistr tion, with lull
de .riptton of this
h'tndb me new gun,
nt free on request or
v.:th comnlete 136*pnfe
catalog for 3 stamps.
/Parun //rearms Co,
NEW HAVEN. CONN
Anyone a*ridli u a^ket*
ilrkly aarertaiu our op
T«-ntl' n i probably pni
(tia atrtctly r'.iiOdoutlal.
nt «11dnst hd«ucj
tpftal luftice, without charye, In the
I he Workman is Worthy of His Meat >
Your horse is one of your most faithful helpers. 11" is ?
entitled to the best y• • m can give him, especially in harness. ^
Maybe you need a fine driving harness or a Set i.f double wag- ?
mi harness. We have a g mmI sel< cti both. d
Let us show you our goods, and get our prices before buy- '
ing. Repairing neatly and promptly done. C
JOHN HORTTOR CO. [
"W WV -i
The Leader is authorized to an-
nounce S. A. WARD as a candidate
for Commissioner of the 2nd Dis-
trict. subject to the action of the
Democratic primary, August 2nd.
The Leader is authorized to an- -
nounce SIM MORRISON as a can- ■
didate i"r Commissioner of the 2nd |
District, subject to the action of the*
Democratic primary, August 2nd.
The Leader is authorized to an-
nounce r. E. BLAIR ms a eandi-'
date for Commissioner of the 2nd
District, subject to the action of the
Democratic primary. August 2nd.
M. G. ANGLE,
Dental Work a Specialty. Treats all diseases of horse or cattle.
At Old Stand.
F. M. McFarlaxd, Pres. Roy C. Smith, Sec. & Tkeas.
Cleveland County Abstract Co.
Abstracts of Title, Convex ances Drawn
Blood Will Tell
I Ke Missouri Stock Farm.
The Saddle Stallion, ROY REX, and Jack, BILLIE WHITE
will make the season of 101(1 at my barn 2 miles north and 1 1-2
miles east of Lexington. Okiahyma.
TERMS: $10 to insure colt to stand and su< k.
T. B. PEERY.
FOR TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE
The Le.ider i- authorized to an-
nounce P. W. BOOKER a- a can-
didate for Trustee of Lexington
Township, subject to the action of
the Democrat: primary. August
The Li ader i- authorized to an-
nounce J. A. MEDEARIS as a can-
didate for the office of Township
Trustee of Lexington Township,
-ubjeet tu the action of the Demo-
cratic primary, August 2nd.
OKLAHOMA CENTRAL R'Y CO. 8
Call On Us
When in need of pure drugs. Registered
Pharmacist in charge of prescription
We have lately installed an elegant fountain
and are now serving delicious drinks.
PALACE DRUG STORE,
SHERMAN & EVERETT. Proprietors.
Anjon« wrirlli tf n ketr-h nnd description niaj
Qulrklf ucert.'iin our opuii 'ti free w(i«ther at
liiT«*ntlon is probably patei '.ible. C'onimunloa
ItoruBfrtctly "iiOdontUI. HfiHUBOOK on I'at^ut#
a handaomHf fltuvtrn" 4 ' r. I wrtfput rlr
rulatlon "f inif c|, ,i. '| < rni-.f3
year; t'<ir ruontlis, 11 ' by ml n«*« pdealer*
MUNN & Ca.' NewYorii
Branch OfBoe. K HU f^iwblnB«oi.. I). C.
Try us for your Sale Hill-
liave a complete line of large
type, and a good supply of cuts, Everybody r
played ad vert isoiiif" nts, That's the kind we print.
s well <li*
Read the Lexington Lea
all the lie (VS. $l.UO pc|- year.
Mt*d111 i! nil| n«'ilii e are a'Wir -
the moer sut r.*8Hfti! ClianiS m irtiu'rf
rough rt-me«1y a« I h m
a llie finish i•-!it*v• - lln
OpenH tllH HPtTHl ioilH Mild it i ' H
iii teMtoriii^ Hi* Hytftttiii to a
v • t:<1 i I it > i S« i«l l y a i -Irih>
If it's printing you want,
the Leader office.
' h tia (I2|h
a health .
CLAUDE C. PERKINS
U'.'iofs 7o i)t> Your
CiGiiniiiix anil IYcssin<±
French Dry Cleaning a Specialty.
. IN ar perkins Conipany store
TI .Ml-: TAHLK S<
Effective August s
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'• FOR QUICK SALE .* .*
List Your PROPERTY With
The Peoples Co-operative Real
Ollice over Winan's Merc. Cu.. NORMAN OKI,A
5 per cent Money on Good Farms.
• • i
! MAKE IT IE LOWEST
RATE OF ... .
. • Farm Loans..
privilege to Pay Part or All Aftej (>iv ,r>
(ifjt Your Abstrncts For \'ou
liny or Sell your Land. Write Insuianee. Renew , ,ui Loan
See me if you want money, or want to save nionev.
'I • B . MHH K I .
Lexington. Okla. The Real Estate and Loan Man.
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Fox, J. O. Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, March 25, 1910, newspaper, March 25, 1910; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110408/m1/4/: accessed February 26, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.