Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, August 26, 1910 Page: 8 of 8
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A Word to Headers
There are a few people in and around Lexing-
ton who do not take the Leader (though they read
it every week) but that's alright; that's their privi-
So if those who do not take the paper would
please keep their nose out of our business it would
please us very much.
If you do not take the paper and do pay a
cent towards its maintainance, where have you any
If you are a subscriber to this paper and in
other ways pay towards its maintainance, we ex'
tend you an invitation to call and give us your
Good Entertain- I
mrnt.Active I'-oot I
His Wit- and Ills Har t 1
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Day or Night
The AMERICAN BOY
Ith fine reusing which f.1 -.cin: tt 1
trlctty, c.u pet
I u hat to 1 ) a
I trated, and e
I home training
I parents. Sen
A all ii.vws-st .il
"I would lay awake for hours
1 illicit any apparent cause, or
ream terrible dreams which
lOiild iirinsj on extreme spells
f nervousness. After taking
Guaranteed ,0 1
He ••Pied" The Type
The e untry editor lias trials of
| various kinds of his own and some
i have worse troubles than others.
An Arkansas man had written an
I article about a wedding that had
i oceured in his town and gave it to a
' printer to be set in type. The prin-
ter had been indulging to a limited
I extent in hydrant water; he got the
! wedding artiele mixed up with a
i publie sale notice, and the whole
| thing appeared
land Chinas. pJ
\ L K—William
1 of M,. and Mrs.
Himlrnvp nf Pr.1-
Receives Scholarship in U. of I.
Norman. Okla., August 22.—Mr.
Hermann Douthitt, a young grad-
uate of the University of Oklahoma,
has attracted considerable attention
recently by his original work in the
study of parasites infesting rodents.
During the summer he has been
capturing various animals belong-
ing to this species and has recently
found two or three forms of parasi-
tes that were not known before this
time. He is doing his work under
j the direction of Dr. Ward, the head
of the Department of Zoology at,
the University o f Illinois. Mr.
Douthitt attracted the attention of
; Dr. Ward and won his favor last
! spring while he was completing his
I work in the University of Oklahoma.
He sent several specimens to Dr.
J Ward some of which were new and
later on, upon application, he was
j granted a scholarship under Dr.
[ Ward at the University of Illinois.
I He goes there next fall to take up
j his graduate studies. His work
this summer is merely preparatyry
to the work he expects to do there
He has been doing collecting in
Oklahoma in the neighborhood of
J Norman, Barnes and Altus. He
! expects to do further collecting at
I Sulphur. Durant and Alva, after
j which he will go to St. Louis for
| the rest of the summer. In his
work in the field he tries to get a
good number of specimens from the
various animals, obtaining if possi-
ble 50 of each kind. Only a small
part of the animals have parasites
—probably one-third, and probably
no more than one-tenth have tape
worms. He found one gophor that
had nearly 50 tape worms. The
animals when captured are exatnin-.
ed for parasites. If any are found
they are preserved and sent to 111-
inois for later use. When first ob-
tained they are put in mercun:
i hloridi-. [f they an- small they .;* <-
small they are merely put in a b
tie and shaken but if they are largt
they have to be put in a pan where
they ran be straightened out and
the solution i- poured oyer them.
This solution hardens them. After
a few weeks they are transferred to
a solution of alcohol which pre.-'-r\vs
them until they are wanted tor
further use. Mr. Douthitt'- special
work next year will be a study i f
these parasites, their structure and
the relation of tie different forms.
' 11 - w >i nv-
Mr. D'Uitl 1 ■ -. t 1
his lit.' in Oklahoma. II.- was
horn in l*S(i and h:~ hone at pres-
ent is in Sulphur. When in Y-'h
We have a large supply of the follow =
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Bills of Sale
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hav. one grindstone, Mousseline de
Isoie. trimuii <1 with alna.it ten bush-
j els of wheat.
I he groom is a well-known and
i popular young man. and has always
stood well in society circles of
twelve Berkshire pigs, six l>ui;ocs.
wliilr the I>1"i• 1' is an ai I'oinplished
and talented teacher of a splendid
gree furnished if desired,
"Among the beautiful presents
were two sets of knives and forks,
one steam engine, one riding plow,
one wheelbarrow, go-cart, bobsled
and other articles to numerous to
"The bridal couple left yesterday
for an extended honey-moon trip.
Terms: Twelve months cash.
Lunch will be served at the sale,
after which Mr. and Mrs. Jones will
go to housekeeping in a cozy home
near the comer Main, and Col. L.
B. Brady, auctioneer."—Ardmore
him in June
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Fox, J. O. Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, August 26, 1910, newspaper, August 26, 1910; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110430/m1/8/: accessed April 11, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.