Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, December 2, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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0 LEXINGTON LEADER e
Yes, Georgiana, this next session of congress
will be mighty lonesome for Uncle Joe.
T>. M. FOX, Publisher.
— Silkxck is golden, it is said. But this is the
Display «dvertisemei.U 10 per iuch each insertion.—Additional way j(; should be put now. "There's nothing so streU-
eharge for epeoialpoaitiou. Locals S cents per line each :n u0(Jg as gjlence."
! ertion. All advertisement* ron untilordercU out.
All ohurch, school aud other notices of entertaimnei ts, uhe
money is derived from, and card# of thanks, will be pliar^
for at the regular advertising rate.*.
H. H. EVERETT
Will Come Unto His Own
Senator La Follktte, of Wisconsin, will be
much more at home in the 62nd congress than he has
ireer. He will be
e was surrounded
io in the ascc d-
and they lost no
it real progressive
Teddy flees from the reporters now. He used
to run after them with his mouth open, aud grab
their hands, but—things are different now. Tho
• people of the states have decided what we will da
with our cx-presidents.
t'eerLprevious-ly in his senatorial
am >ig friend
ency in the I
of the most e
man a el
1 he Live Auctioneer
j Will sell your
1 belittle t
or.spicuous of La F
roll call in the
repudiated L >dge.
lay. D . pew, of Ne
•i s i n i
the down and out club. Dick, of Obio, is atnurg the
also raus. Aldrich, of Rhode Island, forieeiug 'the
approaching storm, eliminated himself. Propn sive
Democrats and progressive Republicans will control
the tiext senate'and La Follette, one of the most
loyal of tbe people's MfTftQtB, will 00DN> into Lis
Cannoxism won't look half so bad without pat-
up men ne
d RS 11
d when we* sent
giel&tore. He is
Mid has already
• nttrprisir.g m n
us what he was
We did -the best
Oliver II. Akin, thai
the ugbt so much of, to tLi? state
at the meeting at Oklahoma City,
become known' as one of the most
in that august body. Oliver told
going to do, if we elected him, and he is certainly
starting out as if he will make good. Here's hoping
..... i liim all kinds of success.
No use to hope for something if you don t try to • \
do something. - --
- """" Already the "interests," reaching out greedy
The question is, "What will tbe republicans bands to control the successful Democracy, are start-
serve to us next" ?
The Colonel hasn't conceded anything yet.
fact be don't concede.
ing a boom for John J. Fitzgerald, of Brooklyn, for
speaker ot the house. Fitzgerald is one of the Cau-
lk non Democrats of malodorous memory; one of the
small Democratic cabal which bolted the party align
ment with the insurgents when together these forces
- curtailed Cannon's power. Fitzgerald's vote was al-
Chicaoo didn't intend to let Now \ork get ahead way8 recorded in favor of what Cannonism stands for.
of i in the band wngon. His elevation to tbe speakeiship would be distinctly
~ pleasing to the "interests" and the standpatters. It
No sooner has Maine gone Democratic than would be an iiisi.lt to the voters who have .vegistered
Canada wants to annex it. Canada should have their faith in the democratic party at the ballot box.
spoken before the election. Uncle Sam could not But there is no use worrying, for the chanoes of Fitz-
part with her now. Why would'nt it be a good idea gerald's election as speaker are juat about as good as
to join Canada to Maine? those of the proverbial snowball in Hades.
typewriter C->., Oklahoma City.
We did not fill as many positions
this week as we usually do because
we do not have the students ready
with which to fill them.
Voting people it is now getting
towards the close of the year and
before you face another year you
should have your mind thoroughly
made up as to what you expect to
do for your life work. You need a
business training no matter what
line of work yoii take up. If you
are going to be a professional man
you need a business training and it
is absolutely essential if you expect
to enter the business world, as
ninety-five per cent of our young
After you have made up your
mind that you nre going to take a
business training, the next thing is
the place where you will go to get
it. Here is where WE come in.
To give you a chance to see ou
exceptional opportunities for giving
you a thorough business training
and for getting you a first-class po-
sition after you are ready for it. we
will pay your railroad fare here to
thoroughly investigate, provided you
enroll with us if our statements are
correct and our courses appeal to
you. If we have misstated any-
thing, or you feel that we cannot
do all that we promise, and more,
we will pay your return fare. It
will not cost you a cent to investi-
gate. and you certainly ought to
By letting us know when you wi
be here we will be glad to meet
you at the depot. Write for our
catalogue and special rates for Jan-
Y. PERKINS CO.
" V \^/\. \yv/N -i
I Again We Say Wi]
Trade With Your
When you get the best goods ior the least
money. I am here to make my waranty good
and will sell you the following goods at the low-
flu .as?.r: - m: . #. *
I* Iron Beds
r - ::,mnDnmm!
Coal and Wood Cook and Heating Stoves
All Wool and Half Wool Carpets
All Wool Art Squares
Half wool Art Square
Ax Minister Art Squares
Brussels Art Square
Matting from 15 to 25c per yard
Wall Paper from 10 to 25c per roll
A fine Sewing Machine $20.00
New Goodrich Sewing Machine 25.00
New Domestic " " 30.00
Standard " " 3fi.00
New free ball-bearing " 35.00
Owensboro wagons and buggies, Bain &
Mogul wagon, a fine line of buggy harness for
iess money than others, a full line of Eagle &
Avery farm implements.
We have the finest, also the cheapest line of
dishes in the city. A beautiful, parlor lamp for
$1.09 to $2.50, a good line of trunks, carpet
vaeum cleaner, hot steam washer, a full line of
undertaker goods also on hand. A good stock
oils, paints and glass. I am here to serve you
with the best goods for the least money.
Oklahoma Citv. I . S. A.
Notice to Farmers
1 have seemed the next annual
meeting of Cleveland County Far-
mers Institute, to meet at Lexing-
ton, in tile Keller builbing, Thurs-
day. December loth, 3910.
Come to this meeting and learn
methods o f Farming, Dairying,
Stock Breeding, and get your din-
ner. Program will follow later.
a. in. Annual address by
10:00 a. in. Secretary's report.
10:30 What variety of peaches,
apples, grapes and plums are best'
adapted to Oklahoma?—Ed (iaree.
11:00 a. in. What crop pays the
most per acre, clear of expenses?—
E. F. Shinn.
11:30 a. m. Best methods of
cultivating corn and cotton.—A. T.
12:00 a. in. Alfalfa and its value
and how to feed it.—Jack Fairehild.
1:011 p. m. When and how is
th. best method of sock.'ring corn?
—W. E. D. Dragoo.
•J. L Brown.
* f Ilk ' i^\ Jt jlK
It is a pleasure to show
you the new ''Grace Hats"
All over this great land of ours thousands
of the most carefully dressed women are
investigating and choosing "Grace Hats.'
If yoi.' will but corr.e and see these new "Grace Hats" for Fall
and Winter wear you will choose one, loo.
It is a pleasure to show them to lovers of beautiful
millinery. For they possess every desirable style point
and an indescribable charm which captivates.
We invite you to come early. These famous
hats cost no more than unknown millinery.
Opera House Building, Up Stairs, PURCELL
IV* ^ !■
LWs. iielaa summers
Is now located in tliH old photooraiill ynlWy,
Is .-.pupped to do ail kinds of photogi :t j>h >s' >L.
Hie is an - xperieuevd plioto^r.-iph.:. and in-
vites \.'U to cull ill ati.l *«e her and insp^t h-r wurk.
All work sjiuiranteed.
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Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, December 2, 1910, newspaper, December 2, 1910; Lexington, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110444/m1/4/: accessed March 7, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.