Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, December 9, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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LEXINGTON LEADER Every man i« allow -1 to keep his own opinions.
H. H. EVERETT
The Lire Aocti
Trade With Your
■tytt-.T -?rt mmmmrg
. tfic least
• • ■ ty good
These people are comity here to tra le, am
feel that we are partly to b?ame for it. Some of
fwciers*bave even gone so far as to tell as e
tie cause of them coming. Example enough.
Now there's another side to the story. We
pect returns for it. We expect the merchant
partly repay us. W<3 know tint we deserve it,
we want you to know it.
Just tbe same as other business iu town, we
have a light bili, an insurance bill, a rent bill, and
have to pay a printer. We have about $4000 invest-
ed, which by the way, we should have a little interest
on. We help to keep up the water works, but for-
tunately have never had to contrioute to the city
Now what we want is your advertising and want
to print your stationery. Are you going to let us do
it, or are you going to send away for it, and let us
keep boosting the town at our own expense?
What is a fuwn without a newspaper? Find us
one, and we will show you. Towns that can't afford
a newspaper are not much. Let's make Lexington
still better, we'll do our share.
Did you ever notice that the man who ha? noth
ing, is always trying to tell you what you should
do to become rich ?
The advertisers of
the Leader are the
men who are helping
Lexington to keep up
record of being the
busiest town in the
state. Catch on?
We are going to close out a lot of Children's Coats,
and are going to make some good prices on them
in order to do so.
Two-third of a dozen children's
coats worth $2.50, now go at
One d ozen children's coats 6 to
14 yrs. were $4.50, now go at
Three coats, 6 to 14 years.worth
$6.50. now go at
WE HAVE A FEW SHOES TO CLEAN Oi l
Onedoz. Ladies junflower shoes
all sizes, worth $2.25 to $2.50
One doz. children's sunflower shoes, all sizes
at a great reduction.
Remember we have a good line of suit cases and
trunks. Among them are some of the best on the
market for traveling. If you are contemplating tak
ing a trip you had better come in and look them over.
For everything kept in a first-class drv goods store.
call on us. Here you will find the best goods and
the prices can t be beat. We defy all competition.
S. Y. PERKINS CO
Jennie .St rTner accei ted a
tion as stenographer with Mr. Jac-
oby. Supt. High School, Oklahoma
Miss Small.v J .. •-j>t• ■ i a ]n -i-
tion as Stenographer with a firm in
Oklanoma City, last week. This
young lady, while not a pupil of
ours, came to us for a short time
in order to get a position.
We are continually having posi-
tions offered us that we cannot fill.
This is not because we do not turn
out a great many students, but it
is because our school has the repu-
tation of turning out the best grade
of students. W e bear a first-class
letter of endorsement from our
Chamber of Commerce which is
composed of the best business men
we have in the city.
W henever a new firm come- to
the city, they immediately call on
us for their help. W e are recog-
nized as the leading busine-- col-
lege in the Southwest. This is
worthy of consideration, for when
you attend a business college vou
will find the one that the busine--
rnen favor i- the one that always
places its students. The minute
that yon tell a business man that
you have graduated from the best
business college in the country you
need not have any other recommen-
dation. That is one of the great
benefits you c an derive from attend-
ing a first class school. Another
decided benefit is the fact that a
first class school must have first
class course? and first class teach-
ers. Students can be assured they
will get the benefit of the very best
' f induction. It i- the instrucUon
that '-ounts after all. An inferior
School will let its teachers go. dur- I
ing the summer in order to reduce |
it- expe©-<-. They ar<- not able to
keep good teachers all the year a-
, round. We employ our teachers
by tin* year. consequently our stu-
dents get much better instructions.
We arc enrolling students every
day f-.r January first, a.- we are
making a sp- ial rate foj thaftiine.
Write us for our special rate- and
new catalogue. Fare paid to school.
HILL'S BCSINE.-.- COLLEGE
Oklahoma Citv I". S. A.
Coal 'and 'Wood Cook and Healing Stoves
All Wool and Half Wool Carpets
All Wool Art S cfuarcs
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 ol buggy harness for
less 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
$1.00 to $2.50. a good line of trunks, carpet
vacum 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.
E. J. KELLER
Phone 30 Lexington, Okla
A LARGE DISPLAY OF
WV h ve a fu 1 i . . of Xmastoy*. dolls and .piecns-
ware. All import, I r (iermany.
WV cord'.ially invite you to call on us and look over
«.ur stock '"'tore you buy. W. a hot: ., full
and will lx -ure to plea-e you.
ILLE'S GROCERY STORE
stationery as u
means of getting and
holding desirable busi-
ness has been amply
us before goinj
FOR SALE OR I,HASH
Lease for Two lears on Half Section
Wheeler County, Texas, land. 1•> acres in
cultivation. 70 acres meadow and balance
' in pasture. <tood barn, good ],,is. pientv of
living water and wood: all under fence, two-
room chicken house, two wells, ct(
Adjoining the above 160acreB,in RoyerMills
County. Oklahoma, To bottom hind
-tone house, corrals, hog lots. etc. f'lent\
Of wood and livjng water on this p|a« e and
1*> acres prairie meadow .
Also b ase on 270 acres school land. :i mile-
u'-u thi'i a"iVe;, 1,11 ^"m'i 11ri,iri'' Jfass land.
W ill sell or trade any or all of the above |,,r
good property m or near Lexington or \V ,
n-tte. Must have $1,000 cash in de >1
This is a great place for sonic man u.mtiiw
to go into stock raising, grow alfafa etc i [
from 2 ft. It. (owns. R. F. I), runs through
place, ror particulars see or write
7 Miles linst of
I I.XlN(i I ON, OKLA
J. R. WELCH,
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Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, December 9, 1910, newspaper, December 9, 1910; Lexington, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110445/m1/4/: accessed September 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.