Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, August 26, 1910 Page: 4 of 8

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•a LEXINGTON LEADER
J. 0. FOX, Proprietor.
For an aeronautist to commit suicide seems so
1 unnecessary.
Display advertisement* ID per inch each insertion.—Additional
charge for (pMUlpOtltioD. Local* I MM per line each in-
sertion. All advertisement* ron nntilorder.d out.
All chnrch, echool aud other notices of entertainments, where
money is derived from, aud cards of thanks, will be charged
for at the regular advertising rates.
BRIDGE TALK
The elfort to run two cars by each other on the
same track is still among the practical impossibilities
in this country.
The standpatters are wondering what has be-
come of the old fashioned ex-president who went into
dense retirement.
As long as Roosevelt, Dr. Crippen and the state
0/ Oklahoma are in existence, there will be no cause
for the newspapers not being well filled.
The Waters-Pierce Oil Compay has paid a fine
of $75,000 to the state of Oklahoma. The com-
pany's lawyer must be a poor technicality hunter.
THE RIVER has been past fording for the greater
part of the past three weeks, which is a great in-
convenience to the public, and should be a great aid
to the bridge talk, which has been in progress for the
past six years, for the people can see the great need
of having a bridge.
The South Canadian could be bridged for $00,-
000 *70,000 a MM 1 ™ ■ Uo„„, aml,,™ ^ to be tie „0.t
icribed by tin ciliz.nl- of ' 1M, Democrat. lo, ti,, hiel„.t office in tbe tad.
the farmers f the y lo the Dor.et Uriel Bridge . „ouU m>le „ .
Co , wlio were . lmv. tbc bridge bu 11 b, fall, bot .. ^ „ ,|r. .
far as we can learn wo are just as far from having ■
the bridge as we were when the Company was organ- ,
ized. Now it appears to us as the best proposition Hkbe s a good one from the Londofl Truth:
available for the citizens of the two towns to get to- "This is tbc age of the tnun.ph of th, weak; the j.u-
gfather, talk the matter over, appoint committees and j"™ system of wrestling has it, equivalent ,n «er>
get out and raise *20,000 or $30,000 more and build direction. Popular education is the intellectual j.ii-
jitsu ; the.extended franchise the political, and modern
th,S We Heed the bridge and we need it bad. It is enlightenment the spiritual which enables the many
our opinion that the money could now be raised, for d cero the ^ tl]" atta°de of ««P®™>Was-
the people are beginning to more and more realize- "" 1 u
the necessity of having it. . fi
There is cot a farmer who owns a quarter of a Ami it qpqms that Sena or Gort is s owing
Motion of land but who should at once take a great some of the people that he can "see" some 4hmgs
interest in the enterprise, and the business men of «en though he is blind in his eyes, and could no
the two towns should contribute very liberally to the Bee a $50,000.00 bribe in ti e same light that lot, of
... other legislatures see them. When it all leaks out
'""' Tbridge across the South Canadian, connecting the Senator will have added much greatness to his
Lexington and'Purcell would undoubtedly mean much name and put a stop to the graft which some "rob-
to the" towns and the farms would be worth easily j bers" have been getting in the so-called Indian land
sl,0(iO more per section.
Now, let's get together and talk this proposition
over thoroughly, and see if we can't build this bridge,
which by all means we need, and need very badly.
Hill's Business College
John Hudson is doing stenogra-
phs work fur R. G. Dunn & Co.. in
Oklahoma City.
Miss Sylvis Straub accepted a po-
sition with Hurdick & (irubhs. At-
tornevs at Law. at Stillwater.
J. L. Johnson has a good position
with the Arapaho Mill & Elevator
Co., at Arapaho.
Miss Flora Bender is doing steno-
graphic work for the Jenkins Music
Co.. Oklahoma City.
Richard Roberson accepted a po-
sition with the Pioneer Telephone
Co., at ■<)klahoma City.
Leonard A. Fox accepted a posi-
tion with Merrill & Braniff Insur-
ance Co., Oklahoma City.
Miss Mac Sperry is doing steno-
graphic work fur Armour Packing
Co., Oklahoma Citv.
Mi-- Marie Wahling accepted a
position as bookkeeper with the Ca-
dillac Auto Co.. Oklahoma City.
Orel Maha!T..\ lias a _u'" id poj-i-
■ inn with S-■ It A* S >tt, land agon
\ri" tt. Oklahoma.
Miss Ciiia Wahling with Adkins
iV Boiling. Okl; hoina City, has a
position paying $10.00 per \v ek.
dents, a voung
Democratic Ticket
mr
!iri c
She had ti
ily, came down
n and we plac 1
ition in two or
friends
place who at-
nit
; deals for many years.
Cheek up! Eggs are $2 a dozen in Alaska.
Next to the wife beater comes the horse beater
and it is to be regretted we have one or two in thi-
community. A horse is the most noble and faithful
of animals and the man who would abuse his horse
has something lacking in his manhood. ;Murrav
County Journal.
The Indians have received another payment. Yes, we have a few in this community. Some
Some of them owed what money they got on niortga- men seem to delight in beating and kicking tliea
ge6, and some of them are rich, but the greater part horses, and a few get on the main street and mai,
of them will be broke and in debt again in a very public their little knowledge of "kindness to dumb
short time. • Its another ease of "what comes easy, animals." What we need in this country is a Society
goes easy." for the Prevention of Cruelty to Dumb Animals.
boarding at th<
tended another - -liool in this city
that guaranteed pf-dtinn- and they
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months, not being able to get
them. We offered this young lady
her choice of three positions. You
-ee it pays to attend a school that
does get positions for its students.
We are endorsed by the Chamber
• if Commerce and the leading men
(if this city which makes it easy for
us to place our students.
Any students who enroll with ti-
ll- fir take out a scholarship on nr
befiire the first of September will
receive a material reduction. Writi
for catalogue and special terms.
f
our special rate- for our September
opening. Get in line and get ready
fop u good p '.-ition: and we will
have it for you as soon as you can
take it.
HILL'S BI'SINKSS COLLEGE,
Tl:> L : rge.-t md Hi-t in tin South-
west.
ttklahoina City. ' . S. A.
If your liver in Blu^sish and oui of
t<-ne. and you feel dul1, hiiimis, consti-
pated, take a doge ->f Chan lieHain'-
stomach and Livei Tablets tonight be*
f( n retiririur and yon will fee nil right
in the morning. Sold by all druggists.
State
Governor—Lee Cruee, of Ard-
more.
Lieutenant-Governor—J. J- Mc-
Alester, of McAlester.
Treasurer—Robert Dunlop, o f
Newkirk.
Auditor—
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion— I!. H. Wilson, of Chickasha.
Attorney General—Charles West,
of Enid.
Commissioner of Charities and
Corrections—Kate Barnard, of Ok-
lahoma City.
Labor Commissioner—Charles I.
Daugherty. of Oklahoma City.
Corporation Commissioner—< loo,
A. Henshaw. of Madill.
President Board of Agriculture—
Thomas Bryan, of Perry.
State Printer—Giles Farris, of
Mangum.
Inspector and Examiner—C. A.
Taylor, of Pond Creek.
Mit • Inspector—Pete Hanraty,
of \uy stef.
Insurance Conimt--ioner—1'. A.
Ballard, of Coyle.
Clerk Supi' me C mrt—W ■ II. L.
C tttp'oell, of Ada.
!' .r As,- -:ateJusti '—M.J. Katie,
of Kingtisl - r.
1' .r As-. • !atc Just it e--.I. J. Dunn,
of Alva.
C(J>. .lil.s-InX.M.
Fir-t Distri-t—N. E. M< N il, of
Pawnee.
Second District —E. L. Fulton, of
(iklahoma City.
Third District—Jann - Davi t.port.
of Vinita.
Fourth District—Charles Carter,
of Ardmore.
Fifth District—Scott Ferris, of
Lawton.
District
State Senate—J. B. Thompson,
of Pauls Valley.
District Juilg—R. McMillan, of
Norman.
Kioto: il R.-pre-i tit tivi —I >an \\ .
Pcry.
County
i
District Clerk—Tom Cheatwood.
Juilg.—K. 1!. Swank.
Attorney—(ico. (i, (Jrabani.
Clerk—L. L. McComb.
Rcgi.-ter (>t 1 )eeil—.las.in ('arricr.
Treasurer—Sherman Davis.
Surveyor—R. D. Alexander.
Weigher—W. P. Shelton.
Superintendent — B. R. McDon-
ald.
Commissioners—S. T, Ward, J.
A. Fox and W. R. Jennings.
Baptist Church
Sunday Services—10 a. m. Sun-
day school; 11 a. m. preaching;
7:30 p. m., B. Y. P. U.; K.30 p. ra.
preaching. Prayer meeting Thurs-
day night. Everybody cordially in-
vited to attend any and all these
services.
C. T. McKee,
Pastor.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Bible school 10 a. m., Christian
Endeavor 2:30 p. m. and preaching
3 p. m. each Lord's day. Teach-
ers training class meets each \\ ed-
nesdav evening.—Rev. R. A. Rla-
loek, Minister.
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vvh
i he Leader will contain some interesting ail-
vvrtisements next week.
Don't fail to read them, and trade with the
merchants who advertise, tor they are the people
who merit your patronage.
/.t' \ innt on Leader
I MAKE THE LOWEST
(H
INTERE
Privilege to Pay Part or All Aft' r On*
(.'c! \'diir A/)sfrae(s
v or S. il your Land. Write L.-uiaii" .
See rne if you want money, or want to save money.
,j. r.siso< .
(). Th. Real Estate and Loan Man.
Year.
/•"or Von
Renew your Loan.
WW fl'SWi
SLITS PRESSED THREE MO'
Free of Charge
With every ordqr taken from my newest
and most up-to-date samples.
Come and see me before ordering your fall
and winter suit.
Chas. The Taiior
Extra Specials
We have a few pair of ladies' and
Misses' Canvas Shoes that we are
making a price on that you cannot
let pass.—See Brown.
OKLAHOMA CENTRAL R'Y CO. *
Asa E Ramsey. Receiver
TIME TABLE XO. 17
EfTi ■ tivc June 22. 1910.
Westbound East bound
Traflic Manager, Purcell, Ok,a.
Served as coffee, thf* new coffee sub-
stitute known t" proeers "very where a.s
Dr. p's Hea<Iii 1 off.r, wii trick
even a c- ffeH expert. Not a kirain ■ i
real cotlne in it either. Pure healthfu
toasted grains, malt, nuts, etc. have
been so clever!) blended as to give a
worderfully satisfyinvr coffee, taste and
Havor. Ami it in m .t ie in a n'inire",
too. N' tedious 20 to HO minuter b« il-
1 nvr Leopold Hie.
Brown lias the best goods and the
b« st prices. See him.
August time, tells on the nerves.
But that spiritless, no ambition feeling
can he easily ami quickly altered by
taking what i s known t o druggists
everywhere as Dr. >hoop's Restorative.
Within 4S hours after beginning to use
the Restorative, improvement will he
noticed. Of course, full health will not
'immediately return. The gain, how-
ever, will surely follow. And the best
of all, you will realist' tttnl feel your
-trength and .unidtmn as it is return-
i.*■«;. Outride inlluences depress first
the "inside nerves" then the stomach,
Heart and Kidneys will usuallv fail-
strengthen thene failing nerves with
Dr **li ■ 1 ji h Rest rative and see how
quick!v health will be yours again.
id by she. man A K\ < rett.
Read the n< w ads in the Leader
this w < k, for they are interesting.
Right work, right prices—Leader.
in buying hcough medicine, don't be
afraid to gat Chamberlain's I'onnh
Remedy. There in no danger from it,
and relief in Hure in follow. Especia ly
recommended f< r roughs, cfdds and
whooping • ugh. Sold by all druggists
The Leader for all the news.
Read the Lexington Leader for
all the news. $1.00 per year.
r< ^i i< ii sai,s ;s
List Your PROPERTY With
rhe Peoples Co-operative Real Estate Association
Qllicf "Vet Wiium'- Mep- '•>.. NORMAN. OKI.A.
5 per cent Money on Good Farms
W e biivi seven ciunl reliiicj\iisiiiii< ti!- fur tariffs in New
Mexici'i fur sale here.
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Succeed when every; .ing else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses tl.cy aie tl.e supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
STOMACH TROUBLE
it is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.

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