The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, November 13, 1914 Page: 6 of 10
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DUCHESS LOOKED "JUST GRAND" IN TROUSERS
"The duchee* of Marlborough looks
Just Ki.iiU «!' trouser —the garment
\ 01 men often
r—~~1 call punte," eald
don, Southern euf-
fragl t leader
and orator, on
her return to New
Orleans from the
conference at the
home ,of Mrs. O.
H. P. belmout at
Newport It was
there that the
duchess of Marl-
ter of Mrs. Bel-
\>y mont, wore 'em.
MIbb Gordon de-
^ cllued to go Into
|l* f j I details, but here
"i_ Is her official
statement, given out at New Orleans
a few days ago:
"When 1 was In Newport they were
getting ready for a Chinese ball. The
duchess has a keen sense of humor
and enjoys fun as much as any one,
and one day she pattered down the
stairs attired In her ball costume
There was no hampered stepplug In ]
that ball costume, the pants—In cloth
of gold, by the way—made movements
easy. And she looked lust grand She
walked around among us having the
biggest kind of a time She would
have made a splendid looking boy. She
Is the most charming woman I ever
met. Even If she were not the notable
that she Is socially, and quite aside
from what wealth has done for her,
she would still be a wonderful wom-
an. She would make her mark In the
orld wherever she happened to find
herself. She Is a splendid represtnta-
tlve of America's best womanhood.
"In New York I wne being enter-
tained at a dinner given by Speaker
and Mrs. Chauip Clark when we re-
ceived news of Secretary Hryair's con-
version to the suffrage cauBi- Natural-
ly the next thing to consider was:
When will President Wilson come
over to our side? The answer Is not
easy for, as every suffragist on the In-
side of the problem knows, the presi-
dent will get into trouble within his
own family circle whichever way he
HERE IS MOST BASHFUL SCION OF ROYALTY
Because of the breaking out of the i
European war, the Boclety belles of
America will not
have the honor of
scion of royalty In
Europe this sea-
Is none other than
the kaiser's third
gon, who, dls
patcheB from Ber-
lin stated, was to
have been sent by
his father to par-
ticipate In the
formal opening of
the Panama canal.
The prince, who
is the sailor mem-
ber of the kaiser's family, and already
has, at the age of thirty, the rank of
lieutenant commander, had made no
secret of his desire to go on one of the
big battleships of the German squad-
ron that would have followed the
American flag through the canal.
However, he also had let It be known
that he felt averse to being deluged
wllh social attention.
Adalbert, in fact, while a great ad
tnlrer of American girls, many of
whom he has met In Europe, prefers
to admire them at a distance. In fact
he is desperately afraid of all young
women, and particularly those of this
country, because they are bo Independ-
ent and "aggressive."
He prefers to live aboard ship and ts
seen little In Berlin court society.
American girls would not have
found him hard to look at, however,
because he Is not at all bad looking,
tall and slender, and has a clear-cut
face Indicative of strong personality.
Ho has resisted every attempt made
by the kaiser to marry him off.
We want your business— we Re-
lieve we ought t" Lave it. In "Ur
(tore the be«l of mWo* is yoo .
Our pi ice- ire always reasonable
all kooiI; "I hits'"' 1 Quality.
We i obi pound prescriptions
M lor il.-sire:—exerci-ingj
groat i are ami -t-ill
best procurable drugi in ull out pre-,
We want your confidence want
you lo know that we can ably, in-
telligently iilid efficiently handle
your every drug want.
We are here to serve you, e
only hold your business aa long as
we eonuintie to give satisfaction.
Von nlway tf't courteous tn-at-
menl in our store. 11"' childim
gel every consideration in our phar-
Anything you would expert m
and in a modern drug store you
will find here. j
Our reputation linn been built on
a pnlicj of absolute integrity and
fair dealing. You get the best oi
drug store service and drug itore
merchandise when you trade here.
Let us get acquainted.
We want your business.
Palace Drug Store
Sherman $ Sherman
THE BEST LIVER AND
cine. It does not
contain calomel vet
does the work nice-
lv .without griping.
iikI 50c at druggests.
Sherman & Sherman
Hulthin & Burke
tl/.V Bf ,v
E. LEE WORSHAM, THE CRUSADER FOR CROPS
In all fairness and gratitude, E. t,ee
Worsham, Btate entomologist of Geor-
gia, ought to be
decent to the boll
weevil. It has
made him famous.
To It more than
to anything else is
due that wide
fame, which led
recently to his be-
ing made presi-
dent of the Na-
Hut 1b he grate
fnl? Not by con-
continues his war-,
faro on the boll
weevil with the
relentlessneBB of a
than any other man he has contrived
to put a crimp in th activities of
the boll weevil Millions of boll «ee-
vlls In the South rise up and i urse
But for him there would be untold
billions of boll weevils alive in the
country today, gaining nourishment
from the succulent cotton, raising
their families of Rooseveltlan propor-
tions—each pall of boll eevlis hi beds
12.50U,000 progeny In 12 months- con-
tented and happy. M
Worsham, the "Crusader for Crops,
as be Is called, makeB wai on the
race A modest, slender, redheaded
Georgian, with drawling \olco and
sleepy eyes and an air of abundant
leisure, he has concealed about lilm
a most remarkable "punch His thy-
roid and adrenal glands—the pep
glands of the human—must be abnor-
"He Ir a bug on bugs, but you would
never know it," Is the manner in
which he has been described.
Compel me in raise quite a big sum of nl'",ev
within the next 30 days. Therefore I have de-
cided to sell all articles in iny store at a sacri-
fieiary discount for m -
All Goods On Time or On Inalallment Contracts
At Regular Prices
Your dollar is worth at least 10 to
35 per cent more than ever before
3 good second hand organs and several sewing
machines to trade for cotton.
B. H. RACKLEY
FuneralDirector and Embalmer I icture brannny
Attorneys at Law
Wager Almost Cost Life.
A foolhardy wager may result In
the death of the employe who looks
after the lions In the liasenbeck cir-
cus. st present In Zurich. The man
boasted that the five Hons under his
charge were as tame as catB, and he
could careBs them at ills will. A
spectator at once defied him to do so
At the first attempt at "caressing," a
lion seized the man's arm, and, while I
trying to disengage himself with IiIb
other arm tlte four other lions In the
cage attacked the foolhardy man, who
ns pinned to the bins of the cage by
the Infuriated animals. With great
difficulty M Hagenbeck succeeded In
illrving auay the beasts, und the man
as taken to hospital.
Religions of Europe.
By the census of 1910 the latest
thai is within reach—the religious
status uf the European confluent is
as ft Hows Heman Catholic, 161,724.
'(Hi; Protestants of ail types, 102,166,
uOO; Gr< ( k Orthodox, 104,988,600;
.!, sv - 000; Mohammedan, 17,609,
I nuO; uncl:is; Hied, 9,314,000.
Mrs Hlbrow So you don't care for
Mine Wailieloskl? Hut her voice is
pronounced wonderful. It has such
Mrs Lobrow That's Just It 1 never
did like them wooden voices-—Sprlun
field (Mass.) Union.
W. T. Scott
Paper hanging ami paint
l.ct me figure oil your Jobs
if von want value received
The Auctioneers 5
* They put more iife into a pubile *
* sale. More VIM and ENTHUI- * j
* ASM and most important of all * |
* they get the most money for the * I
* article sold whether it is stock * J
* or real estate. Make your date * ,
early as wo sell nearly every * |
day In the sale season
Telephone 409 at our expense *
* Norman, Oklahoma
(j. I). Graves ft Son
(j. I). GRAVES & SON ^ u i « mm t us * * i i r * * t iiiiuVilim t« « m i
" ^ Jackson Square ;
For meals during the busy fall
i■ a -1111 nuiking eiitulj? :i happiness, t
A coffee that has the flavor. < r- t
ler viilir i',1'1 iceries Irmn a fresh
clean tuck. We deliver promptly.
J. M. Tussle
I >«>nt imI r\
Dr. J. C. Collier
Office over Owl Drugstore
All Work Guaranteed
Fine residence ill Norman for
good farm. No junk considered.
Write ur see A. McDaniel, Norman,
| | rcpre-ent Bartlet-t Hue Land
A Loan Co., of 8t. Joseph. Missouri.
Branch office at Guthrie. I.owret
rates and hep! t
Mrs. E. A. 1 Vinson
DH ROBERT. E THACKER
Physician it Surgeon
Office in Breeding Building
Money Hijjh—1Cotton Low!
( mods Must Go!
We realize that cotton is selling cheap-very cheap-and it works a
hardship on the people. They have to economize and make a dollar
almost do the work of two.
So we are going to do our part to help make your dollar go the
fartherest. We need to turn some of our goods into cash and we wi
make prices that will be to your interest to investigate. We also have
some splendid bargains in slightly used pianos. Also haje'ie agency
lor the Edison Disc Machine, the finest in the world. BETTER .INVES-
I .nailer threa months, 25c.
J. M. BISHOF
Security State Bunk Building
Attorney At Law
Oftiee in Security Stale Bunk Hld(r.
Lexington, Okla j
-ffJUBO QZ ->0} lal°H J81',8a d,li I8 I
[Hiim ajunbri (1003 h |eS uun no ^
[ieiinifton Lodge No. 72, A. b • A \. M
Met.t« first Hud third SHluiday
liigiitH. All Maaoun in Kiii'J stand-
uij^ invited. Alvin Bartii'tt,
O. O. Jenks, Keo'y. ^ • M,
L. T. COOK
Attorney At Law
Office: Hawk Building
Prompt attention given to all
I wish lo announce to ;ill .'.ho contemplate having a sale this
fall, that that I sill cry all sale* that amount to $&00.u0 on
1 1-^ percent. Hales of $1000.00 on 1 per cent. Guarantee
satisfaction as an auctioneer.
R. F. D. No 3
J. E. BEAN,
Carry a complete line of lurniture, with
a selection that is sure to please you. Supply
your needs at this store forjwinter at prices
that are as low as we can consistently make
them. Our terms are liberal. It you are
needing a good cooking stove or range see us.
J. U. Criswell Embalmer anil Undertaker
Phone Store 145, Residence 193
We Can Save You Money
/ 'nrct.*//, ()l<Inlioma
and Music Dealer
B. C. CLARK
Fine Watch Re-
pairing a Specially
1 have just received a carload of
nut coal for cooking purposes. I
can make you summer prices in
order to make room for my fall
shipments. Phone •' >. Leopold
One $'20.00 suit given away each ,
week. Join the good cloths clu
Jas. H. Mitchell
1 have moved my phologragh
gallery to the rooms over the
Mystery Theatre. L.Orenbaun.
Leader three months 25 cents.
Flour and Coffee
Two tilings that every housewife dotes on and demands that
they be the best-we offer:
in the Old Master and Pilot-the kind with a flavor and one that
«ives perfect satisfaction, and
which we buy in carload lots direct from the mill-it means
something to you. I liis (lour never fails-ask and of my many
customers who tire using it. (lives a lijilit, Unify loaf, that makes
eating a pleasure.
Our delivery service is prompt-because you expect it. Phone 59.
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