The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, September 24, 1915 Page: 8 of 12
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Every Wan His Own Doctor
The cause and cure of diseases j
have tieen for a|eB subjects of stuily j
l,y |he J4reat< St and most liijjlilv
trained minds. In n<i other line "•
human endeavor hn« research l>een
more exhaustive, pursuit more un-
remitting. and the ability of
suientists more distinguished. Hut
at best, manv problems remain un
solved, so infinite are the structural
relations of the human body, and
so elusive are the causes of appar-
ent effects. Notwithstanding these
facts. there are in every community
numerous persons, without training
nitd Without knowledge of medical
science, who proceed without hesi-
tation to diagnose not only their competent physician. I he quack
,own, but the ailments of others, patent medicine manufacturers prey
and prescribe it remedy. Many: upon this class. Many <>f their
j persons take medicine and gamble nostrums contain habit-forming
on the results. The evil of this ig-1 drugs, and most all their liquid
norm it and indiscriminate attempt preparations contain at least 10 per
1 of every man to be his own doctor cent, and often as high as f > pel
is intensified by the delay in receiv- cent of alcohol. I heir temporary
inu treat at the hands of a | stimulation is a lure that leads to
chronic invalidism. A one-legged
man who offered to walk a tight
wire without ever having seen one
would be laughed at, hut lie is just
as capable of doing it as men
of being their own doctor.
Have you had electric
stalled in your home?
Notice to Taxpayers.
All delinquent real estate will h
advertised for taxes the 1st of Octo-
ber, and after that date the same
are j will have advertising and treasur-
er's costs added to same.—K. E.
Clement, County Treasurer.
E. A. Denison for insurance, adv
No Man Ever Made An Enemy Hy Paying The
J. M. Tuggle Grocery
Money Makes the Mare Go
Cash Makes Our Delivery Wagon Go
Prompt payment of bills encourages us to extend further courtesies.
T. W- Keller, Groceries
Those Who Pay I he
Find No "Mistakes" in
T. O. Shocklcy
Prompt Payment of
Observe this advertise-
ment closely and see
if it isn't good doctrine
Pay Your Grocer First
When You Pay Your Bills, Give
Your Grocer First Money
He Supplies You With The Wherewithal For
One Of The Most Important Things In The
World Is To Get Something To Eat
If you must put off paying anyone, therefore
let it be anyone BUT the grocer.
Me is not wealthy, l ie seldom has a surplus
in the hank. His money is all invested in mer
chandise and accounts.
He buys of wholesale houses who sell on
stated terms and have experts who are paid to
"get the money" when due. He cannot pay them
He can't afford collection expenses. He should
not be expected to. If he is courteous enough to
give you credit, show him equal courtesy by pay-
ing promptly and without making him extra ex-
lie has no security. What yon buy of him is soon consumed and he
cannot get it back, lie trusts yon 011 your honor alone. Who else does as
much for yon?
lie asks 110 favors—needs 110 charity bill is entitled to a square deal.
Be S(|uare, Be Fair, Be Just
Pay Your Grocer First
Makes a strong appeal
to the wholesaler in
buying goods, that s
why we are building
this store on a cash
In the grocery business
for the benefit of our
pocketbook and your
pocketbook. By buy-
ing and selling for
cash we make a profit
and save you money.
We Curry a Staple and Standard Line
We Appreciate Your Business. Prompt Delivery. Phone <HS
Don't You Agroe With Tin*
Dick Tm vis
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The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, September 24, 1915, newspaper, September 24, 1915; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110692/m1/8/: accessed March 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.