Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, August 18, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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The roads in the south end oi
this county which are being worked
Tom Mayfield, of Norman
Order Fall and Winter Clothes Now
and Mies Minnie Greemort'. of thi-
Ly the county convicts, are certain
I). M. FOX, Publisher.
place, were united in inarriagt
ly being put in good shape. Be
FRIDAY' AUGUST l's, 1911 leive, me, Carrie, we'll soon have Oklahoma City/last Tuesday even- *
THE States of Kansas and Okla-
homa are ably represented in.
Congress. Whether one agrees with
his progressive ideas or not, it must
be admitted that Senator Owen is
a man of unusual mentality. Sen-
• • ator Gore is one of the most remark-
able. men in public life. His
speeches bristle with statistics aud
facts, which he reels off with un-
hesitating precision and with no aid
but* his retentive memory. Sena-
tors Curtis and Bristow, while of
different types and not always in
agreement, are both men of ability
and integrity. In the House, also,
these opillent States are represented
by a bpdy of lawmakers who com-
pare-favorably in character, talents
and industry, with the best who
occupy seats in that legislative
as ^ood roads as there are in the lnK- . ... 3* , tr i A/\ 1
state, and why not,, we have as T ->rIi-i;in(lrMi_; ^ tailor-made-suits arid overcoats $1*1.00 arid up
good a town apd good farming; Greenlore is the daughter of 'Chas. 3 * •
country as there is in the state. <;rt.<niore. vice-president of the S
• rjurity State Bank here.
In two weeks cotton will be com- Mr. Maytii ld has been a student
ing to Lexington, where the best in the law department of the ,-tate
prices are paid. There will be sev-: univ rsity f.r the i>a,t two years,
eral buyers here and they are claim- and Mis- Orermore was a student
ing that they are goin? to pay the' i ^Tartment la,t y,,r.
, . The marriage came a; complete
best prices possible. . . , . ,
* surftrlse*to their friends and«rela-
The first bale of cotton for Okla-
homa City was carried to that place
last Saturday. It was raised by a
negro living seven miles ttom the
city, and was auctioned off, bring-
ing 5=1 GO.
Senator Clapp, of Minnesota,
popularly know as the Black Eagle,
is a powerful orator, but Liq does
not often display his talents in the
Senate. On August 8, however, j
he delivered a strong speech on
statehood and defended the right of
the people to govern themselves.
He was given close attention by;
both the galleries and his. col-
j This happy young couple will
livt iir Norman, and v join with
their many friends in wishing them
a joyous and long married career.
Cotton Shows Good.
J. M. Tuggle made a trip through
the country surrounding Lexington
yesterday, and he says that while
| some <>f the cotton is liurt. that
; there is plenty of it. He says there
! is no use for the people to say that
| we haven't got enough, for when
Three parties last Thursday; season gets to going good e\ er\ -
evening, and a few this week, j hody will find out that we have
Guess the young folks are not enough, and then some.
having some time, also. Why Taft Failed
With a state road and the Can-
adian bridged with the lougest
wagon bridge in the world, guess
we won't hardly be in the swim.
H The Huntington Fashion Portfolio exhibits truly metropolitan styles.
5 Identical with those being shown by the highest priced merchant tailor- mc
g ing houses in New York, Boston and Chicags, including many* special ^
" features exclusively "Huntington
~m i i "
g We will make a suitor overcoat to your individual measurements and 5
•* according to your preference of style at the same price you would ex- «
5 .pect to pay for good ready-made clothes—furthermore, we will guarantee J?
-2 absolute satisfaction or refund your 'money. Let us show you tne
5 Hunting line and take your measure—you will appreciate the money
5 saving opportunity in store for you and you will enjoy comfort, satisla- 3
Z ction and service too. A pattern and fabric for every taste.
Blackwell o Golden I
- Oklahoma §
An ordinary case of diarrhoea can,
as a rale, lie cured by a sin^li* dost* of
Chamberlin,B Colic, Cholera and
biarrheoa lieraeily. This remedy has
no supercr for bowel complaints. For
sail by all dealers. •
Guess the concrete walks acrosB
Main and Broadway don't hardly
look "sniptious". And we are of
the opinion that they will lead to
the putting down of several more
walks along these streets. Lexing-
ton is taking on a steady gradual
growth and the business men are
meeting it with much thankfullness
I am better prepared than ever
to make your farm loans.—J. F.
Mrs. L. B. lligbee, of Corbett,
spent Saturday and Sunday in Lex-
ington, the guest of J. B.HigbeeJr.
We are making some attractive
prices on wall paper, lloor matting
and art squares.—Edgar J. Keller.
Miss Elsie Kemp left Monday
afternoon for points in Texas and
New Mexico, where she will visit
relatives for about one month.
When the history of Mr. Taft's
administration is written, his fail-
1 tire to win the sympathy of the
] people will no doubt be attributed
to his selection as advisers of men
j who are not in sympathy with the
1 needs of the people of the country.
Let us see who the men are,
surrounding President Taft, who
know exactly what they want;
I and who, through having practically
a monopoly of the President s ear.
have been able to deceive him into
! th<i belief that he is acting the part
| <>f a real statesman if he vetoes
! legislation of the very character he
promised the people before election
I in order to secure their votes.
Attention: 1?. yard lengths to se-
: lect your fall and winter suit from
at Golden it Blackwell s.
Tailor Made Clothes
The man who wears tailor made clothes always dresses in the height
of fashion. He can always get the best workmanship and fit, and his
clothes "stand up".
We have just received the new sample books from Tne Globe Tailot-
ing Company, oi Cincinnati; Fred Kaufman and H, M. Masks, of
Chicago, and Schoul Bros., of Philadelphia.
At this store you
receive full valtle
\ lor your money
1 M - '
Come in and look over our sample books and let us show you tne
latest fall and winter styles and paterns.
We handle The Standard Fashion Patterns.
"Where There's a
Will, There's a Way."
Cowardice sits and whines, I
can't." Courage forces success.
C. A. Ward entered our college with
only $8.3 to take a bookkeeping and I
business course. He paid this on
tuition and material, did janitor
work to pay the rest, work on Satu-
days and at odd times to pay his |
board. The day he graduated, he ;
had paid his tuition, all expenses,
had $20 cash and a $50 a month h
position secured by the college wait- j
ing for him.
Such courage and determination
a£ this always wins respect, admira-
tion. and success. Another young j
man entered with us with less than j (
$10. He paid his way-board and
tuition, by janitor work, milking.
! cutting wood, etc. Business men j
admired his pluck and aided him.
I!, r-ompleted, did the official re-
porting of his district four years,
and is today the respected head of
a growing college.
Another young man quit work in
a saw mill, in debt, borrowed the
money t" come to our school for a j
combined conrse of Bookkeeping
an'l Shorthand, brought his wife
With him and did light housekeep- j
ing. The day he finished his course |
we placed him in a good position j
at $00 per month He has advan-l
Iced until he is now getting more
than $100. What would weakness
or fear have done for these young
men? What did stamina and will
'power do? Emerson says, "Do
what you are afraid to do." We
say, strike uut boldly. There are
no obstacles that brave hearts can-
not surmount. Toil is the open
sesame to wealth, and the brightest
crown is won in the dust of the I
Make your arrangements to enroll
rith 11s at an early date. Large
beautifully illustrated catalogue can
be had free for the asking. I his
catalogue is complete in the des-
cription of our work, the success of
our graduates, and the way they
have pleased their employers. Ad-
dress Capital City Business College,
Guthrie, Okla.. the oldest and larg-
est business school in the state.
I MAKE THE LOWEST
RATE OF ... .
.. Farm Loans ..
Privilege to Pay Part or All After One Ye: r.
Get Your Abstracts For You
Buy or Sell your Land. Write Insurance. Renew your Loan.
See me if you want money, or want to save money.
.T. F. SMOCKI.KY,
Lexington. Okla. The Real Estate and Loan Man.
Read our New Advertisements this week
The Home of
We are sharing with you during these
hot and dry days, and have let our
stock run down to an extent.
WE ARE NOT OVERSTOCKED
on anything, but can fill your orders for good St:t'c and
Fancy Groceries at the LOW 1 i 11IC ES
Dont fail to visit our store
When you need GROCERIES
J. M. TUGGLE
S. S. DENISON
FIRE and TORNADO INSURANCE
FARM LOANS and HEAL ESTATE
Office in old Picture Gallery Building.
S. I. Perkins Company
Kails Victim To Thieves.
s. W. Henils, of Coal City. Ala., has!
a jastitialiie grievance. Two thieves j
stole his health fur • twelve years.
They were h liver ami kidney trouble, j
Then Dr. Kind's New l.ife Pills throt-,
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Muk' - no difference how dirty or
soiled your clothes may be ail we j
ask is a trial at them. Use your
own judgement. If your clothes
are just as nice as a new suit, pay
11s for the work, if not take your
clothes and pay us nothing.—I Gol-
den Blackwell, Merchant Tailors.
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Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, August 18, 1911, newspaper, August 18, 1911; Lexington, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110480/m1/4/: accessed February 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.