Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, February 3, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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The republican senators from New York, New
Jersey, Maine, Obio, Nebraska and Montana will con-
fer a great favor upon tbe patry by not dying and
— permitting democrats to take their places.
* LEXINGTON LEADER *
I). M. FOX, Publisher.
Display advertisement? 10 per inch each insertion.—Additional __________
ohatve for special position. Locals 5 oente per line each in*! • , i i , inn
. ... 1 . 1 he eminent lawyers do not see how the Su
«crtion. All adTertiaementfl run uiitil jruercu out. j
All church, school and other uotices of entertainment* where preme Court can have the heart to strike such inno-
money is derived® from, and cards of thanks, will be charged cence, purity, and beauty as exists ill the trusts.
for at the regular advertising rate#. .
GLEANINGS OF DR. MYER'S LECTURE
A young man in Indiana killed hiijiself because
he could not understand Poe's poetry. What would
it A KE you sitting on the memories of the past?" he have done if he had been reading Browning?
•t* said l)r. Myers in his lecture the other night.
To us that would mean, are you remaining in the
same old rut that time has worn?
This much is as certain as certainties can be
that if Senator Lorimer has to '"walk the plank" his
Are you boosting Lexington like it should be friend, the Lumber Trust, will not supply it.
boosted? Are you using your influence and a few
Four, hundred million dollars' worth of cotton
at nearly 15 cents a pound spells prosperity with a
great big P for the southern planter.
paltry dollars to help keep Lexington on the map?
Are you helping to advertise this place, and
when people come here, are you content with letting
them come around and find out about you?
Could you not get out and tell them that you It is curious that most of the fatal accidents to
are here and want thein to come too, that we are airmen befall those who are trying to win a reputa-
in tne best section of the state, that we have the tion as a cut-up.
business, but are looking for more ?
Some of the walks need repairing, and the town
cannot afford to have the work done. Will you do-
Late a little change, and in a half a day we can have
them in good shape, and no ono will be any worse
It is sometimes the outward appearance that
l^urts. We know what we have but some of the visi-
tors don't know, and they wont know unless you act
as a committee of one to tell them of it.
t Let's start a boosting campaign, and all "get
our feet wet," and we'll have Lexington in first clasf
condition in a few months. Better begin while
spring is coming, then it won't be hard to keep
everything in first class shape.
But remember! Are you sitting on the .memo-
Vies of the past!
Consider this as you may.
An improvement of the quality rather than as
increase in the number of Congressmen is the great
The notion seems to be getting hold of some of
the Ohions that buying a vote is as vicious as selling
Will buy you more at my store than Elsewhere
Good Solid Oak Chairs
from 60c to
Rockers, each from
$1 25 to
Some good Oak Folding Beds at ridiculously low prices.
A good line of Dining Tables, Centre Tables and the best Kitchen
Cabinet on the market for the price.
See our Carpets, Matting and Art Squares.
: : : 15c
Wall Paper, per roll
from 5 to
Draooiuo the gun by the muzzle, when youjxe
out hunting is one of the 57 varities of suicide.'
It begins to, look as if Mr. Tuft's program would
be carried out by Congress, out the back door.
It appears to be just one dear cold wave after
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$ We are well prepared to take care of your wants in jjj
$ the Printing Line on short notice, and we print anything jjj
jjj that is printed. We have a complete stock of all kinds of jjj
The largest and cheapest lot of Dishes in town.
Stoves, Cook and Heating Stoves. Some special low prices
oi; Buggies and Wagons. Harness, Avery Plows, Eagle Plows,
Sulky P! ows and Stock Cutters.
If you want the most for your money in Household Goods,
Paints and Glass, Building Paper Roofing, Paper and Wall Pa-
per, Farm 1 ools, Key Stone Fence Wire, Barbed &nd Chicken
EDGAR j. KELLER
Phone 30 Lexington, Oklahoma
worth to as many as you want.
and can supply
you in any
We are headquarters for the printing Sale Bills Circu=
lars of all kinds, and Horse and Jack Bills. We have sev=
eral good cuts of all sizes to pick from, and a large va-
riety. We print any and all kinds of stationary. Give us
3- ? 5- 5 S- sJ^-S-5 tffctJSr
H. H. EVERETT
The Live Auctioneer
Will sell your
Also all things that are sold at
public auction. Terms reasona-
j ble. Make your arrangements
| ami dates at the Lender office or
| see me. before making dates. j
New Fast Train
Fine Musical Album Given Away By
J. G. Marsee on St. Valentine Day
A half gallon jar lias been tilled with beans. The
jar has been sealed and will not be opened until
\ alentine Day. For each dollar you pay for goods
you will be given a ticket to put your name and
guess on. The person who guesses the nearest will
get the album. In case of a tie, the value of the
Album will be divided among those who tie. The
Album is now on display in the front of .T. <1. Mar-
How Many Beans 1 fi/| f
in the Jar at J. O* [\WSee S
GOING AT I
We are going to sell at Absolute
cost for the next ten days the
very best line of pocket knives,
(g scissors, razors and safety razors.
Any man knows the woman needs a pair of scissors,
f ^ and any woman knows the man needs a good knife or razor
r ? so come early and avoid the rush.
( \ And don't forget where the very best Implements and
r \ Hardware can be found, all the time. We never let our
. f stock run down.
# Boatright & Whortan Hardware Co.
V\ hen her rliikl is in 1 a nuer a womho 11 < w t > < ui t
at which oianv j
KlTcrtivi Docomtat T - t 11. wil ii?khi-i life to pi< tcr; it. No
the Oklahoma Central put on a of bwoiwi nr rtok «>f llkrf i« n«
Bury to |.ri.tert a child fimn croup it sreat re;mtnf: i mij immedte sale
Give ( hamberlain'fl f'nuuh Remedy bv its rpmarkn
' M is a <|nestkjii in
i u t e estt (1 just n« \v.
new fiist passenger train, leaving .
Chickasha at 1 ():-4•"> in the morning. , Tr !'T "f C°f'19- "
h «"•' a"' 'I*"*"' >«av.|ded. l..,r sale l.y run alwavs l,e '♦•pen.Icj.l ui.on. h„r
leaving Purcell at noon, and an dealers SR|. i)V a)| (|rUK([js,H
arriving at Ada at 2:■">•"> p. m. ______ . ...
Returning, train leaves Ada at
;):•'!() p. in.. Purcell at .1:40 i>. in:. ^ ^
anil arrives at Cbiekaslia at 7:80 J J
1(. M. Ilaile.
100 Subscriptions Free
W'e have 100 subscriptions to the'
Citizen-Star, one of the greatest
Farm papers in the southwest, which
we are going to k'vi' absolutely free
to the lirst 100 new or old subscrib-
ers who pay $1.00 in advance on
subscription to thi lexington I-• :id-
Iteineiiiber 100 subscriptions will
not last long, therefore you should
call in at once and subscribe or re-
new your subscription. I'on't de-
lay. but do it today.
Subscribe for t! I.e. i r.
We Have the Most
Up - to - Date Stock
of Groceries that we ever had in
the house, and we always pride
ourselves on handling the best
stock of staple and fancy grocer-
ies that are handled in the town.
Call and see our line.
J, M, TTJGGLE
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Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, February 3, 1911, newspaper, February 3, 1911; Lexington, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110453/m1/4/: accessed February 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.