Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, August 5, 1910 Page: 5 of 8
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Of The Past Week.
For harin-- repair setj Horttor.
Fur be.'t prices on dry good-, see
Ah •Smith, of Wayne, was a Lex-
ington visitor Sunday.
V Some full blood Red Duroc pigi
jr V-v •' 'N
See the G. \V. Lee Lumber Co.
before buying .that lumber bill.
Sam Hawk went to Oklahoma
City, Saturday for a few days visit.
Farm loans: low rate; spe-
cial privilege.—J. F. Shockley. l Lumi
Just received a new stock of Wall Leilan <
Paper at E. J. Keller's furniture i
A new line of iron hi
The Owens'i >r • w u'on i- ! >r sal
hy h. J. Keller Colorado Spriiu- August 3.-i
Everett Sherman w - visiting in th. -tate of Oklahoma ha-iu> i> ti
Norman Friday evening. enthusiastic advoc ite than Rev
A nit ■ 1 i \\ rth $1. >■' t rt• i" 11 ■ : -t"i • : t: •
Oklahoman's in Colorado Accommodations Will i3e lood
i.._ : \ it 7 ► I!r>iwnV.
If it is cheap Lumber that you
want ser the G. W. Lee Lumbi r Co.
I am better prepared than . ver
to make your farm loans.—J. 1*
Remember the hours s to 11
Thursday and Saturday.—Ruekcr's
If it i-^ Lumber or Building Ma-
terial that vou want sn The (< W.
First Baptist church of Oklahoma
C'it;. wh • i- sp> n tinu the -tr: mei
in C'oli>r 1 Springs and taking
part in the annual Colorado Bap-
tist Assembly at Cascade. II is
singing th> praises of his state to
ill whom lie meets and in a i n nt
i,- ; i student- at thi
-ity i't Oklahoma, will
r m xt V' ir titan tliey
••i. in thi past Many
hesitated 'to send their
thi L'nivi rsity bet r,
t special d'lrmatorie-
v add be under the
right kind i supervision while they
were attendin: the University. The
be tar betti
have ever b
d tgliti t'- t
ttf tin lack
1. r ' ' " ."-T- Al'nV
• I'.ne people act
't doctor! ! he
Foolish question! Yet
cc. '.1 takw th.j place of
the .vorld Cannot do tliLs. Have a family
him frequently, trust nim fully. If we
doctor^ endorsed Ayer's Cherry Feci, ral
colds, we would not offer it to you.
No alcohol in this cough medicine. ]~C.
your d )Ct( .- 3
fi.r r HHHMBIIfV
If we JiJ wit believe Joctors enJorivJ Ajer's tMIs (>r . nstt; ati. ■>. : :<ncss,
heaJache. we would nol offer then ti vou. Ask your own it dor about thi.-.
F. L Blaki
it E. J.
shoes at K. Bla
day, August 5th.
Plenty of grapes at '24
pound at thi Harness Fruit
with •■? 1 \
next Wei 1
vitli his n
1. ft vi -•
A cveloii -truck b
e« k with a c .r !• .«•'
! tli ' if nu'.se
,,ri, , - — K
interview in a Colorado Springs unusually -ti ing department o f
paper told of the extensive improve- music and ti.' new department of
ments and of the great future of his art that wa- established last year
provide exeellent instruction in
of reading and these subjeet- :md many have been
said Dr. Jones to desirous of -ending their daughters
"I grew tirei
a reporter So I decided to enme
w< -t and help make it. I believe
that ministers of the church should
taki an active part in political,
civic and social affairs, and I - w
mi opportunity to help mold i new
and intluenti.il community in a new
eommonv. Ith. - . 1 left Virginia
to take adv at .a
have hesitated t >
ill the lack I
ments for 1 • > J:
liOUt t '
■ •i thi- work but
. do so on aec iimt
ng and hoardin j
difficulity is now
ved and the indica-
ere will be a verv
Life On Panama Canal
tins lia I one friiititfnl drawback-mala '
ria trouble-that lias brought Buttering
ami death to thousands. The germs
cause chills, fever and ague, bilious-
Hess, jaundice, ia*sitn ie. .veakness ami
umieral del ility. But Klectric Hitters
Ilev3r (ail to .le.iti.iy them and i in
malari > tr mbl. - "Three bottle:' com-
pletely cured mi* > t \ very severe at-
tack I malaria." writes Writ \ Fret-
if Lucama. N
id Kid i
ROBERT EDWARD THACKER
Medicine and Surgery
Office 'Phui;.- 1 ' Residence l,hoii< .' 2
F. B. SWANK
. k !>. ALl: \ \M)EI'
i rt i - f
it Little R
and family returned
Monday after a ten da>
! ie.;- oit visit at Sulphur.
Mi..- Jes—ii Creasy is visited ••
few lay.- this week with Miss Nettie
Stevens neal Lone Star.
Robert Elliott, a former resident
of Lexington, but now of Carnegie,
visited in Lexington Sunday.
Col. W. T. King, of Lawton, is
here a few days this week, visiting
with the family of I!. A. Isom.
It you want Ice on Sunday, see
my man on the street or call at
office before 9 o'clock.—L. 111 e.
Having roof triiulil'.' V-.wcil
-ee the Lec Lumber C i They can
ui' tie in with Malthoid Ro'ein-'.
in Till -lav 1 i ■ visit with the
iIv it his -i-111. Mrs. ,|. (;. Mar-
aud Mr.- A a Brew, i
Jimtxjie Cranson will take up tin
w :k w 11■ i■1 his lather. I. Ci iit«
left off in the photograph business,
under his lathee's instruction
One car load of Whiskey
barrels for kraut, sorghum and
cider at Leopold I lie's and
Chas. Lisszauer's. Lexington.
Earn Bin Money by doing a
little work after business hours.
Address, Circulation Manager, Ok-
lahoma News. Oklahoma City, Ok-
■ Myers and childr-n. of
.'ne in Tu-sday for about
visit with her mother,
with hi- sister
lb will n -
Mrs. S. .J.
The infant baby of Mr.
Geo. A. Ti igue died Wi
night. The remains weri
rest in th" Lexington <
Grapes For Sale
C'mciii'I. Nigra. (White) i)i la-
ware especially suited for wine or
jelly, and California raisin in any
i mile north of McIntosh school
Why Father Moved To Town
An appeal to genius to help light-
Mi-- Alma Massey. who has been
vi-iting at Pauls Valley for the past
wi' k, returned home Sunday after-
L. Ci. Pantier, Doctor of Dental
Surgery. Office over the Chickasaw
National Bank, Phone • > 1. I'uro 11.
Herbert Thacker, o f Marlow,
came in Tuesday for a few days vis-
it with the family of Dr. Robt. E..
Toe ribbons 2oc. These pure silk
ribbons are o to S inches wide. (,n (jlf, labor of mowing the lawn is
Actual value 75c for 'ioc.—Rucker s j j] unanswered, in spite of much
jiext week. speculation and experiment. Mr.
Tom Hinvk, who has been recup- Burbank never has been able to
eiating at Sulphur for the past three give us self-trimming grass-blades,
weeks, returned bona- Saturday, nor has Mr. Edison contributed an
much improved. economical electrical lawn mower
On account of not being able to controlled by a push button in fatli-
get the election returns until today, ers study. Yet the needs of the
the Leader was a day late getting situation have heen stated clearly
i n the rural routes. and often. One man ha- made
Hurley Prixler and wife, of Child- lawn mowing a work of love by do-
r, ~ Texas are here for a two il ™ ^ fref'donl 01 llls old,,,it
hi eks visit a, the home of their -1-thes and decidedly dilapidated
uncle H. F. Puryear. straw hat. He says that he relishes
.... , , keenly all the liner shadings of the
Four of the children ot Mr. and ... . . .
r ... work, such as oiling the machine at
Mrs. J.G. Marsee are parte lick ^ author5zed |)ort, Bharpenit)g
with the ft*\er. au . \ tjie and eutting the grass on
improving at the present time. (hi terrace He also tlelights
J. A. Cranson, the photographer, trimming along the walks with sheep
will open a photograph gallery in s]ie;lrs, leaving a border of shorn
Lexington today in the building1 |j]il(i,.s !lg straight as the line left by
two doors west of 1 lie's grocery. .rul,.r. He never speaks of "mow-
Roy Sprowls, of Elk City, came ing the lawn," but prefers the sug-
in last Friday for a few weeks visit gestion of arts and
with bis grandmother, Mrs. S. .J. verb
Holsenbake, southeast of
You can get More Lard;
rafts in the
barbering." A retired farmer
Lex ing- who moved into the town of Ken-
sington, Kans., this summer has
ade another important contribu-
>n to the literature of lawn cut-
ting. He covered his entire front
yard with a coat of cement. ' When
some of his neighbors protested, he
told lliein: I moved to town to
rest, not to cut grass." Vet even
this is not an answer
J. 11 Kinsley.
Wagoner is visitin
in Colorado Sprin
main until October.
Mrs. (ilen Bormei "I Ardmor
Folsom Bormer of Guthrie, are
guests at the Englewood cottage in
Colorado Springs for a short visit.
The Rev. M. X. Power- of Mc-
Alester, is a guest of 0. E. Collins,
an attorney of Colorado Springs.
tluc-t- it the Xavajo hotel. Man-
itou. Col<'. i" hi ing entertained
by Mrs. Herman Pincus of Okla-
l.aii: ' City whose piano playing
has charmed the audience.- at sev-
er1 i ei.iici'its At 1 rt cent i ne rt
_iv n by I'iayeis ol anility from var-
ious j art- of the country she play-
tifully as to eati-' several < r.cores.
Mr-. I'. • ir'.thbs nid • laughter • •!
Oklahoma City, are at the Star
Ranch, located in the Cheyenne
Mountain range, near Colorado
Mrs. A. A. Slosson, of Xcwkirk.
was the winner of a beautiful Nav-
ajo blanket as one of the prizes in
a progressive high live party given
at the Hotel (irand View in Man-
\. H. Pritchard, of Frederick, is
istered at the Antlers hotel in
ti. T. McMellen of Tulsa, is stay-
ing at the Englewood cottage in
On an automobile trip in two
cars, through Colorado, ten Okla-
homans stopped over at tie Monu-
ment hotel near Colorado Springs
on July 2*. Those composing the
party were; W. L. Corwin. Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Corwin, Haze! Cor-
win and Orville Corwin of Fairview,
and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Voss and
Earl, Mary and Joe Voss, of Hen-
Miss M. Myers and Miss Dideler
of McAlester, are at the Charlevoix
cottage in Colorado City for a part
of the summer.
Mr. ai d Mrs. H. B. Declier of
Enid, and Mrs. J. F. Allen of Fargo,
make up a party at the Smith cot-
tage in Colorado Springs. While
newspaper reports tell of extreme
heat at home, they are forced to
wear extra wraps in the cool moun-
James Ramsey and the Misses
Dolla and Tres-e Fair of Okmulgee,
have taken rooms for the summer
season at the Rapp cottage in Col-
by the Ilf'v. W r
guished mi; i-ter
Church, who has ta
large brick Ieitel 1
Street in Xorman.
ing this building
furnish it in first
-■ lor a large num-
will be provided
(tray, a di-tin-
) i tin B ] tist
ken charge of the
milding on Main
He is renovat-
and expects to
class shapi and
ir i a
y ii-ii t
provide as ideal home life a- is pos-
sible in a dormatory. A competent
matron will be in charge and there
will be room in this home for about
75 young lflit-. No special n li-
gious affiliation will lit neci-sa.ry t"
.ill:- 1 It.'-' ' -
I li.tt I eli all. nil ". Tr.'.klianT mi- ''.ui-
pouuil like buekleti's Arnica salve will.! " 1
instantly relieve aba I burn, cat, scald, ''ee"
wound or piles, staggers skeptics. Hilt j "■'*
cr^at cures prove its a wonderful healer
of the worst sores, nicer?. Iioils, felons.
eczema, skin eruptions
hands, sprains and t
at All IrugEiets.
i v it, -
■ ■■ii r-■ 1. Chain
an 1 I ii t ti •
ivvs.-fni v '. -e i
ii-H f i. M'ntery. Il
known t i fail. 11 is i
t" >r i'Iiii ire:i in ! adult
dui'"d with w.itei in I
j• 1"i'.-act ' , take, s11111
i a 11 v vaaiaMi
v .llI 'llML' • •
I ol stationery,
acing viiur job.
1 in .Norm
1 which wi
■ N< client
aisioii of tli
iinja"V' '..(t t1 ■
tions ti a -i11' 'a nts at ti
i waterw irks
ibout a great
h I'nivt r-ity.
W ii o Kno w s t
Have you a splendid
stock of goods?
Have you just got in
a new line of popular
ir at tlit
by might usually
>ve up money for
- a crank |
Better Lard: Absolntely More
Pure Lard at Crawfords Meat
Market than anywhere else in
F. C. Teague, of Whitewright.
Texas, came i n Tuesday for a
months visit with the family of his sal appeal tor n li< i. i ^ pgrtn ff,r CunetipRkioD*
(Imiphter Mrs. R W. Jarboe, south- oement is prohibitive lor use on N1wlBr;H. l)yepepi«ia, Debil-
' . large lawns—Colliers Weekly. ' it>. at All dru^gittf.
east of Lexington. [large ia«
Struck A Rich nine
- ',v. Hends, of Coal City. Ala., says
he etruck a perfect mine of health in
Or King's New Life Pills for they
to the univer- 1 cured him of Liver and Kidney 1 r )uble
niter 12 years of sntlering. 1 liey are the
The rr i•' t 11
end of the course
The right mad
gets left in the ei
(iood time to
the winter's coal 11i 11 - -
The older we get the harder it is
to make a train without worrying.
The temperature may he greatly
modified by keeping mentally cool.
We are very apt to dub a
the man who has idea-
from our own.
Honesty is tie b' -t pt
the honesty tli 11 has it- •
policy is dishonesty.
A lot of p.' ipli who ti
are "live wires" an really
necteil up with .trythi
while browsing in tie juicj
a luciotis watermelon.
This is the -". - 'n
when the city man i- :
iastic about gettm;
Honestly now, it you think your
name i- in the paper don't you keep
right on hunting until you find it?
About the time the -trong man is
boasting loudest of his strength
something happens to make him
holler for help.
It seems that when Johnson
knocked Jeffries over the ropes he
also km" !;ei| prize lighting in this
country out of existence.
A great many men who deplore
the tendency to teach children idle-
ness at- more interested in tli" pos-
sible profits than in tin welfare of
it so t
Leases and releases of chattel;
mortgages,.a full supply just print-
ed and for sale t tin L'aider office. !
It costs nothing to guess on the
Dollars and Dimes at Hackers next
Are you making a
special price on lett-
W ho Knows About It?
Why not let every-
body know by have-
ing us print some
Circulars and Posters
of He3rt Trouble Cured by
Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy
"Before 1 began taking Dr.
Miles' Heart Remedy 1 had been
suffering from heart trouble for
over five years. I had pains in
my left side, and under my
shoulder blade, could not sleep
on the left side, and was so short
of breath the least exertion
would bring on the most distress-
ing palpitation. I had scarcely
taken a half bottle of the Heart
Remedy before I could see a
marked change in. my condition.
When I had taken six bottles I
MRS. C. C. GORKEY,
If there is fluttering or palpi-
tation it is an indication of a
weakness of the nerves and mus-
cles of the heart. It is not neces-
sarily diseased—just \yeak from
over-work. The heart may be
weak just the same as the eyes,
stomach or other organs. You
can make a weak heart strong
by taking Dr. Miles' Heart Rem-
edy. Get a bottle from your
druggist, take it according to di-
rections, and if it does not bene-
fit he will return your money.
mini. Active I'
The AMERICAN BG
.= f8,fS' c 5
;hE SrRA:UE PL'!lL'5MWG □.
Fresh. Rei abla.
Guaranteed !o Pie?:.
Kv.-ry (;.ir. • i*r n:
Plant*-r choi.. • '• ■''
cuperb'T merit- ''
Northern Grow .
FOR 10 CENTS
we will cend postpaid hit
J I pkf. f'l Tomato
| I j .ir. i'r 11'is •• Kadith
run-brad < nbbat*-
1 iillt rtain Mtii U- t I rlltioe
I i \ artrtifn ( I lu-*rr
Tel! Some Sick One
It Is Free If It Fills.
■ rcir.ar! r .
i'l vou have l -jrin^l of a
• r Jimk' r <!.<:■ -ay t
.ly aial unc* naitionally
M, uln ady k.iow cf Dr.
\\ !i. n the "iusi-li ' orrontrcllinjf ncrv s of
\\, vit • i • rgnns begin to foil, it i.- Dp. j
Ii, ,'tctrailV' t! ;. t Ul.v vitalHi>'i htr^ng-
ili. ru-.i , , i iipni^ht these nerves and orguua
hack to l.t a Ith atrain.
I dr :ii • thi-- the Stomuch, nor stimulate
I the Il< .nt or Kidneys—for tliftt i- ull wrong.
Dr. S ;oop's llestorntivo goes dire< t to the
cause of th. se ailments—the fulling, faltering.
Inside or eontrolling nerve#. And herein lies tl e
| keynote to my su'fess.
Wh<-n those nervos nro ngnin made well and
| ftrong, then Uiat is thu certain end of all such
l\)m<"itls a great satisfaction that I am
thooniv I ! .ysirin ii uhl«- to wiy t" the gufTwring
fak( my prescription lor lull 80 days, ana
if it, fails to help you, the outire expuii.se is
Tht 11 why should the sick take any
' chart'e oil ant/ other mcdiviiie*u')iose
via kt r dare int bin k it just as I do by
this rcrruirkable offert
I also have a Rheumatic Remedy—and that
remedy is covered hy the same identical No
hi tp. no pay" protective plan.
I'.fides, vouarefreo to consult mo as
you would :• ur hoaie physiriun. My advice and
the h' k b< low are yours—and wlthoutcost.
i'. rhapsa word or two from me will clea*
up fo: it; y i n- is ailment. I hnv lit-lpt*<l thousands
i - 'i thousands hy my private prescription of
I- i ial advice plan. My Lest effort is 6urely *
worth your simple request.
So let me send y u an order at onco. Take
the ni< -W to some sick friend.
A j < -u l will bring the opportunity.
I will have an I.one-1 and trustworthy drujc
pM to whom you can conveniently go for ti*; JO
Hut first. a*k me for th« order, for all <Trug-*
gists nre not authorized to give the day te>t.
So write irte now ami sav< alldtlavs R<v.
member that tomorrow never .comes Address
Dr. Shoop. Box 12, Racine, Wis.
Which Bo«h Shftll I Saoi Irtt
No. 1 On Dyspepsia Mo. A For omen
No 2 On the Heart No. For Men
Ku. 3 On tlie Kidneys No. tun Ki.tuiu^Cfcnh.
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