Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, December 2, 1910 Page: 8 of 8
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* Good News for Lexington
The people of Lexington and vicinity
will welcome J OH SCI1WARZ of i'ur-
cell with his fine new and up-to-
date line of
Gents Furnishing Hoods
It is to your interest to cals on him,
look over his stock and set his prices
first door east of abernathy's.
)d> purchased at the
carrv .i full line of
Jewelry and jrlassware u
line <>f Iloliday ' ioort
■e us. We guarant(
Vou are welcome.
J. W. MORRIS <& CO.
North Side West Krondway Lexington
The Best Christmas Gift
For A Little Money.
Hi nt as a year's subscription to
The Youth's Companion, $1.7~>
will buy the fifty two weekly issues
of the Youth's Companion for 11)11.
It will buy the two Hundred anil
fifty fascinating stories in the new!
. It will buy the fifty exclusive con-
tributions to t!: • new volume by
famous men and women.
It will entitle the new subscriber
for 1911 who sends in his subscrip-
tion now to all the issues of I he
Companion for the remaining w< eks
of 1910 free.
It will entitle the new subscriber
plied in thirteen
colors and gold.
If the subscription is a Christ-
mas gift, it will entitle the donor
to an extra copy of the 1911 Calen-
The illustrated Announcement
f the large and better Companion
or 1911 will be sent to any address
THE YOUTH'S COMPANION
1 1 1 Berkeley St.. Boston, Mass.
New Subscriptions Received at this
If You Want to Be
You had better let me order that Suit of Clothes.
best lot of samples in town.
See my samples and prices before ordering.
C11AS. The Tailor.
fc. v li Will 1'! i I i 1 t < i
Hjfor 1911 to The .C
H Calendar, litli"i;r:ip!
Business Education m
Every boy and girl should secure
a business education, anfl the best
Will Pay You
Just Try Once and See
IT does pay to drive over to Purcell and figure on what
Furniture, Stoves and Art Squares you may need; the
largest stock to select from and the best goods at the lowest
2i miles n
ning at 10
sell at public auction at
irth of Lexington^ on ti
.'> miles east and
our plaed, begin-
Tuesclay. December 6tli
I he following described property:
schools arc the cheapest. With
business education, any one can
obtain a good living and make a
start in life.
We have a few Life Scholarships
in the best business colleges in the
state, and it will make it interesting
for any one wishing to take advan-
tage of securing a busincss'educa-
E sell the celebrated Hoosier Special Kitchen Cabinets,
the Globe Wernicke sectional book-cases, the Phoenix
airs and rockers, Ostermoor & Sanidown mattresses at
Oak stoves and ranges. Give, us an opportunity to shov
your bill with you, we will save you money, i he largest
store in McClain or Cleveland counties.
to Kolater's Jack
el Mare, 11 v
weight 1200 pounds
One Sorrel draft horse, 2 year -, old, weight 1100 pound-
One good yearling draft tilley
One extra good mare mule colt
One bay family driving liori
One jennet and jack coit
One black jack, years oil
Fiftv head Duroc Jersey hogs, one full blood boar, IS
Did. weight 1000 pounds
Oklahoma raised and a fine
months old; four
Two Durham Hull Calves
One red cow, good milker
One yearling steer
One bull calf 10 months o
800 bushels corn in crib
1000 bushels oats, Texas
250 bales straw.
Sixty bales prairie hay
One feed grinder, good as new
One two-horse power two hole corn shellei
One set furrow openers for two row plante
Other tilings too numerous to mention.
i11~. weight loO pounds
0 months old
giving •> gallons
d. good seed.
All sums of $10.00 and under cash; all sums
over $10.00 a bankable note will be re-
quired bearing 10 per cent interest. All notes
to be due No-
iill. h ive per cent discount for cash on sums
All property must be settled for before removed.
Before limning <*>n t!
you are going t
fall, come in and let
matter over with vou.
mtee to save vyii some nioncv. aiso
place you in on<
I). M. FON.
a ii i
Succeed when everything else fails.
SEND FOR THE NEW
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are
remedy, as thousands have testified.
for kidney, liver and
it is the
over a druggist s counter
Everett & Graves
Clyde B. Boyd Owner
I his Weather Makes V>u Want
And probably you would want some
If so cali
G. W. LEE LUMBER CO.
0*^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ |^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Ij
That we are now able to satisfy you
and have the success to obtain per-
fect pictures at the
Don't miss it. Have a laugh with us.
Entire change of program every night.
Croup is most prevelnnt during the
dry cold weather of the early winter
months. Parents of young cnildren
nhould he prepared for it. All that is
needed is a bottle «>f Chamberlain'*
Couch Remedy. Many mothers are
never without it in their homes and if
has nevei dispanpointed them. Sold
by all druggists.
Rev. Il l R. Hicks 1911 Almanac
The Rev. Irl I!. Hicks Almanac
for 1911, that guardian Angel in a
hundred thousand homes, is now
ready. Not many are now willing
to be without it and the Rev. Irl R.
! Hicks Maga/ine, Word and Works
The two are only On® Dollar a year.
The almanac is .'!">e prepaid. No
home or ollice should fail to send
for them, to Word and Works Pub-
lishing Company. St. Louis, Mo.
m nt.A« i
IllsV-ilsaml liisi '
Tlieso are the Hi
jvlll make a ira-t <
Secure his lively li.u r> •
some development by jfiv'.u ■'
Filled with fine rendinn fascin- •
Fki . ll.nt storn's uf udvtnltii i«.
and current events. Photography, 1
tricity, rurprntry. sports, (i inir .
what to do and how to do it. ...
trated, and every line in harm . > h i ; .
hom<< training ; endorsed by •; 0,1 • '• • ; r.i. 1
p:!r«*nts. Send %. for a fu.l y« . )n 1 .
all news-stands at 10 cents.
IKE SpKAGUE PUSUSHiNG CO. 1C8 Mljesl'C T " M'f ' "
Many school children sutler from
constipation, which is often the cause
of seeming stupidity at lessons. Cham-
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
are an ideal medicine to give a chilli,
for they are mild and gentle in their
effect. «nd will cure even chronic con-
stipation Sold by all druggists.
We are now ready to send out the fifth edition
of our large catalogue, number 79, of which copies
are already in the hands of several million people.
1 f you have not yet received a copy, hesitate no lon-
ger, but get one by return mail and be prepared to
do your HOLIDAY shopping AT ONCE. This is the book that quotes the
lowest prices on everything you use, eat and wear. It posts you on what prices your
dealers pay for everything they buy and enables you to buy as cheaply :.s they do.
it gives wholesale prices on 125,000 articles, and shows illustrations of thousands of
them. There is no other way to so correctly post yourself on modern merchandise,
prices and methods as to consult the Montgomery \\ ard iN- Co. Catalogue. Its pres-
W.' V!. VS.^f
■Kl ialaTHI C OUCHf
rnpfOUCHSC i 50«asi:00
rUK VOLDS I'TBIALBOTTlt fRtl
*WD ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES
^ Of? MONEY REFUNDED.
euee in your house will save you money.
*100.00 a year some $500.00. Five mil-
lion people send for this price list yearly
and use it as their buying guide. We
want you to have one, too.
it is Like a Great City Store
Brought Right to Y our Door
For ;3!) years we have been buying all
kinds of merchandise direct from the mills,
the makers and the producers, and selling
direct to the consumers without the usuai
expenses of middlemen. Ours is the orig-
inal catalogue house. It is the oldest and
most reliable. Our enormous business has
been gained and held by underselling all
others, treating customers fairly and ob-
serving the golden rule.
Yoh Need This Catalogue
Its value is beyond comparison. Its profits are per-
sonal to you. We send it without oharge and pay
28 cents postage on each copy, so anxious are we
for everyone to have it. That we are so willing to
pay for the book and for the cost of getting it to
you should convince you that we believe ill its
message and its claim of money-saving to all.
Not one cent need you pay. We pay all the ex-
pense to enable you to profit by its wonderful bar-
gains, and ask you to accept a copy at once with-
out cost. We have two large establishments, one
at Chicago, one at Kansas City. Send your request
for the catalogue to the address nearest to you.
Montgomery Ward & Co.
CHICAGO AND KANSAS CITY
19th and Campbell Streets Chirifjo Avenoe Bridge
KANSAS CITY CHICAGO
It will save the average family at least
CHICAGO AVENUE BRIDGE. CHICAGO
Montgomery Ward& Co.,
Gentlemen : Please send me a No. 71 Catalogue.
R. F. D. No.-
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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/m1/8/: accessed April 20, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.