Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, August 5, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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? LEXINGTON LEADER a
J O FOX Pr priet •
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SOW TO BL SIN ESS
rrillE ELECTION IS OVEBL Let's get busy now
1 an<l prepare for tLe cottoft and com. There will
bt a great crop this year, and a large part of it will
come to Lexington, if we go after it.
The thing for oar merchants to do, is to see that
all roads leading to Lexington are in good condition,
so that the farmer- can make this their market, even
thongh -ome other towns are the closest.
There's no need to say anything about the price,
because Lexington merchant.: always pay more for
the farmer- products than mvst t jwn- around her.
• WHAT MAKES THE WORLD GO ROISD" *
OMAHA Lj- .-t concluded it- entertainment of the
•j i.-rtisict 'ft;.- flit-. 1 States. Is-u--:-
bad a lively time, not only because Omaha made elftl>-
jratfc plaL- for tlo. entertainment, but becau=- they
are a live, hustling, energetic lot of men.
Under the above caption and inci lent to the
convention the Omaha Bee eays:
"All sorts of theories have been advance 1 as to
the motive power behind the progress of civilization.
"The preachers say it i= religion that makes the
"The scientist asserts that we advance only as
we ^ain power over nature.
"The ballard writer, ancient and modern, has
sung the answer in words of love.
"But the al men who are with us know better
because they know that it i- advertising that makes
the worl l go round.
"Advertising turns the wheel of industry.
"Advertising brings l iver and seller together.
"Advertising bujl 1- state.-, citi - and nations.
school: 11 a. m. preaching
p. m.. B. Y. i'. V. ^.30 p. m.
iyi r meeting Thurs-
day night Ev.'r.v. !/<«rdial'ly in-
vited t-. attend iiiy ind nil tin—
C J MCKEI
"Bible school 10 a. nr., Christian
Endeavor 2:30 p. ni. and preaching
; j-. id. • 1 Lord - d.iy. I ■
A new breakfast food by Dr. Price, the well-known er- ^
Pure Food expert. A combination of cerea.'j. . Mi, ut.r
WHEAT, OATS, RICE and BARLEY, prepared
so as to contain al! of the nutritive elements of these Extia Specia s
important products of nature. Pure, nutritious and
wholesome. Ask your Grocer. ' ' J :i<-. ' u th.>t ;
K. A. Bla-
And you will also have t ■ go after the busii
in an advertising way. fbe far' .er-
know who want-' their busing- here. They
like to com' to town and l'--e i half d-.y tryir.;
fin I out "who wants what.'
And when they are at h me evenings tL .
lik< to read a little of what the oarcbants ! v
stock and the bargains they hat to otf-r.
L t'r gf t t. -'ct:;- r ' ft- ; t • siti m, n
ftknai of Lexil gtolbeat years.
2g put- money in
uts ijnor i:' •• t ro it.
"Alv r'.i-ii.g i- th' r:
iieth century activity."
Did you evei stop t.
in the above suggestions /
developmer.t in urban an
-ince advertising became
r r !■ 1 in the preceding
n of knowlf
r ip "f AH " rt p. !
-t nit ■■ .t f* ' f tw-u-
u ler the truths contained
Compare the rapidity of
factor with slow progress
• uturii-s - Wici.ita Eag!
10 vote in N
1 most of that.
had some hot
It looks a.- though Cruce has a little the best
it for Govern r.
Tut complete election returns of the count, will
be found on the last page.
An excellent rain is falling today, which will I e a
great help to the growing crops.
The question is: "Would a panic have any ef-
fect on the "set-em-ups" that are distributed on elec-
tion days ?"
"0,1 knew all the time how it wns going,
"He had it cinched all the time." Have you heard
any ltmarke like these going the rounds .'
"Rock a uye airship in the tree top," may be-
come a popular song with the aviatars since their
craft haw of late exhibited a fondness for landing in
the branches of trees. IVrhaj)- the very act ,f :!ying
gives to the airship the bird-like instinct of perching
in a tree.—Exchange.
curious and gtv-n t rc-
hardly tie aw are of th<
spread in the uses of
What the Cows Support
t'ii!• th- farmer j.r t:> ui.>ri>
uh he will
cream that has come almost within
the last 25 years. There lies' be-
fore us the Ice Cream Journal, a
well Jilled monthly magazine of 60
pages, which is replete with adver-
tisements id all sorts of mec hanical
devises and materials that enter in-
to the construction of this tooth-
some and nutritious compound.
Fully 40 of the CO pages are given
up to advertisement- of materials
anil machines which are used in
the making of ice cream.
It i- hide d .i revelation concern-
ing the extent to which this, onlv
one of the many products of the
cow has grown. The manufacturer
of condensed milk and cream with
breakfast foods and for family con-
sumption and in ice cream, has in-
creased enormously within even the
past decade. This increase has
been vastly in exce.-s of the intrease
The wise and far-seeing farmer—
and if there is a man on earth that
ought to look ahead it is the far-1
mer—hould take note of tl con-
dition of things. Now is the time
to make preparations for the breeds
irig and raising of first-class dairy-
cows. The intelligence of the far-
mer cortceming the difference in
the quality of cows has also greatly
increased in the past few years.
He is seeing facts as tln-y actually
The general purpose, no-purpose
cow is a failure as a money-maker,
and diary bulls are in great de-
mand. But with all this progress
We may say that then i- i wide-
spread prejudice anion.' tarmer-
against keeping and milking 1 nv-.
About as many farmot? g > out "i
the business every year on recount
of -w many districts being given up
to milk shipping to cities and con-
densates. All these facts hold the
dairy industry back from over ex-
pansion and make it all the more
profitable for the farmer who will
engage in it with modern dairy in-
It will not do, however, to engage
in it with the ideas that prevailed
even 25 years ago. Business any-
where is not managed with such
idea-. Modern life and modern in-
telligence and judgment. The dairy
farmer of today must be a to-day
man if he hopes to secure the best
profit on his investment.— Hoard -
Hill's Business College
Mrs. Chi-am cceptcd t position
with the law tlrm of Morgan &
Young. Oklahoma City. l:r-t week.
Anna Mitchell epte.l * i i-i-
tionwith the Remington Typewriter
Co., Oklahoma City, last wi > k.
(Jay Beavers is doing work for C.
(i. Jones Campaign Committee,
Miss Ola Seetin accepted a posi-
tion with the Hamilton A Anderson
Plumping Co., Oklahoma City, last
Miss Clara Odendahl accepted a
position with the Ingram Lumber
Co., Oklahoma City, last week
Mr. Oleson accepted r position
with the J, P. Coyle Co., Oklahoma
The fall business is beginning t
open up .aire ■ d\ and our prospects
student- in positions of any -chool
in the State.
If interested, write for our cata-
logue and special rates, which will
last for a limited time only.
HILL'S BUSINESS COLLEOK.
The I. irgc-t and lit -t in the South-
Oklahoma City. I". S. A.
If voir liver is siunaish an i out of
t.,nH an 1 yotr f-el 'In:', r.i.ions, consti-
pated. take lose of Chainliei-lain's
-tomm-h and Liver Tanieta tonight be-
fore retiring and von will feel all riL'ht
ill 'he m truing. ^ a;l !rntniiets.
Leader gives the news.
of thought, cows inert i-i but wry f.,r ti - fall t-npdlirient are certainly
slowly. This is- all the better for [good. If you expect to get a busi-
the farmer who sees the drift of rress education, it will pay you to
things and prepares for it. There 1 get "busy'' on it now anil it is cer-
is no danger that there will ever beKainly important that you attend a
a surplus of good cows in this school whose diploma will he a
country. But there is danger that 'passport to a good position all over
that the farmers as a whole will the entire Southwest.
not see the facts as they exist and HILL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
take proper advantage of them. has the best facilities for placing
All the shores of all the
oceans are bathing places
but there a re certain
beaches which have been'
chosen by t h e merry
multitude and dedicated
to the bath, and these
have attained a fame
which makes them pla-
ces of interest the world
Greatest of All
Our interesting feature
next week tells some-
thing of the world's great
England, was exploited
by George IV. afttir he
had seen a beautiful
woman bathing there; of
the merry days of Na-
polcaji nd Josephim
it Dieppe and other in-
cidents of famous water-
OKLAHOMA CENTRAL R'Y CO.
Asa E Ranscy. Receiver
J B. THOMPS' >N
F t ( untv Jud, -
F B. SWANK
The Grandfather Clause carried by about 85,mu0
at the election Tuesday. Oklahoma will now be a
white's man state.
Fall goods have been coming iu all week to our
local merchants. They are enlarging their stocks,
and preparing to Landle thii fall's enormous business.
It's going to be a task, but they will be after it as
For County Attorney—
J. D. GRIGSBY
JOHN E. Ll'TTRELL
F. 0. MILLER
Register Of Di • d—
J. 0. FOX
\V A. TAYLOR
It me of Dr sho : - Fir. t P i:n
The forir: .la is eti :lie -5-ceaI
bix. Ask y iur Doctor or Druggist
about this formu.a1 >;ops womanly
paiDe, headache, pains anywhere.
Writfe Dr. Stioop, Hacine. A is. for free
trial'o prove value, of his Hea iache,
r Pink Pain la' et-. - .1 by sli r-
ruan A- Everett.
T.'.e Le uler gives th- new-
in tiuyini: a cough medicine, don't be
afra: 1 to get Chamberlain's I'otigh
Remedy. There is no langer from it,
ami re.ief is suret" follow. Especially
rei-ommended for coughs, col ls an.i
' (.'• itC!
( ' i } ,) ,, ,. .
The Best Hour of Life
en v u ii
ir S'.ipermtt t: t-nt—
L. R. RAMSEY
B. R. Mi DONALD
OLIVER H. AKIN
>r Flotorial Ilepresentativf
L. L. Mt COMB
i.- v[ten v 1 ! i some ^
iiscover - .<•' wonderful fact I hi5
h ir came to J. Ii. Pitt, of Hockv Mt.,
N. C. when he was suffering intensely,
ae he says, "from the worst coi l I ever
ha«l, I then prove i to mv krreat satis-
faction, what a wonderful Col: ami
Cough cure ur. Kind's NVw Discovery
is. For. after taking one bottle. I was
entirely cured. You can't say anything
too good of a medicine like that." Its
tiie surest and best remedy for diseas-
ed Jingr. Hemorhagts. La<ir:ppe, As-
thma, Hay ^everany I'hroat or Lung
Trouble. 50c* $1.00. Trial bottle free,
(.-riarantee 1 by all druggists.
M. IIA ILK.
Served as coffee, th
stitute kne .vn t" groc
; fleii .'i
even a coffee expert,
re a coffee in it either
new c • ti "*e -
Not a grain
or County Trea-urer-
R. S. DAVIS
For Sla riff—
I. B. SALE
J. F. PLEDGER
J. M MITCHELL
F<>r County Surveyor—
R. D. ALEXANDE
For Count." \V- i^la r—
Subscribe for the Leader.
When the Stomach, Heart, or Kidney
nerves get weak, then these oreans
always fail. Don't drug the stomach—
nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys.
That is simply a make-shift. Get a
prescription known to Druggists every-
where a s Dr. Shoop's Restorative.
; The Restorative is prepared expressly
f r these weak inside nerves. Strength-
en these nerves, build them up with
Dr. >h« op's Hest'.raiive—tablets or
liquid — and see bow juickly help will
come. Sold bv "herman A: Kverett.
Read the Lexington L
,11 the news. $1.00 1
S. A. WARD
T. E. BLAIR
For Township Trustei—
Of Lexington Township
J. A. MEDEARIS
Of Canadian Township
T. G. HART
When the d:g"«tion is all right, ttie
action 'if the bowels regular, there is a
natural craving an>l relish for fon 1.
When this i.j lacking you may know
that you neetl a <!os" nf Chamberlain's
st inach and Liver Tablets They
strengthn the digestive organs, improve
the appetite and regulate the bowels
sold t>y all druggists
toasted grains msit. nuts.
be-n so cleverly blended as to give a
\v i . 1 eCl i .v satisfy]:.g t <ti'•<* tast.- an i
tiavor. And it is made in a minu'e'
too. N i tedious 20 to 30 minutes b I-
ing. Leopold Ille.
the best f
liest ].r:. -.
August time, tells on the nerves.
But that spiritless, no ambition feeiing
can he easily and quickly altered by
taking what i s known t o druggists
everywhere as Dr. Shn,,p's Restorative.
Within 4H hours after beginning to use
the Restorative, improvement wiil he
not c«d. Of coarse, full health will not
immediately ret'irn. The gain, how-
ever, will surely follow. And the best
of all. you will rea ize art 1 fee! v ur
strength and ambition as it is return-
ing. Outside influences depress first
the "'inside nerves" then the st' mach,
Heart and Kidney will usually fail-
strengthen these ('.tiling nerves -airh
Dr. Snoop s Restorative and se-j how
quickly health win he y.mrs again.
"■uM by Sherman .V Kverett.
Right work, right pric
If the Leader pleases you
your neighbors; if not, tell us.
Receipt books, a large supply
just printed and for sale at the
Leader office. 10 cents each.
Weak *omen should read my "Book
No. 4 f r Women". It tells of Dr.
Shoop's Night cure. Telle how these
■ootliing. healing, antiseptic sirppoBt-
i jries. tiring quick and tertain helf>.
The Honk is free Address Dr, Shoop,
Hacine, Wis Sherman -t' Kverett.
Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are tl.e supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY,LIVER AND
it is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
S. S. DENISON
FIRE and TORNADO INSURANCE
FARM LOANS and REAL ESTATE
Office iu Farthers State Guaranty Bank Building.
fc'i'l trade-marks I >,«ly otiUUncd in
that PAY. t.. roughly, at out
i xpt-!iM\ Mill help you to KUoceM.
Swxl model, photo or nkrt<h for FREE r<>|>ort
"H i«U^ntat illty. j arv' practice. SUR-
PASSING REFERENCES I or frop UuiJe
lii'i'k on l'rofltaliit* p* < wntcto
503-C05 Seventh Street,
WASMI NOTOM, p. C.
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Fox, J. O. Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, August 5, 1910, newspaper, August 5, 1910; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110427/m1/4/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.