Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, May 19, 1905 Page: 8 of 8
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OF TMB PAST WEEK
Fifty Ymti tin SftaiMUird
Stationery at tbe Leader office.
We want your couutry produce —-
Mrp. S. P. Hughes bus been quite
sick tbis W' i'k
We want your eggs anil butler.—
Elmer Pantier, of Wanette, visited
iu the city several days this week.
We have the buggies, Bud. Come
and get bargain. J. S. Little.
Foolscap paper tor sale at this of
When you want groceries and
want 'em quick, see Isoni Bros.
Miss Hattie Keopke visited home
fulks in Norman, Saturday and Sun
Remember tbe J. 1. Case cultiva-
tors at J. S. Little's.
Mouey to loan on good farms, see
Tom J. Massey, at Teague's ollice.
G. M. Burnett, a prosperous farm-
er of Maguire, transacted business in
the city Monday,
Any one wanting thrashing wood
can find it at T. G. Sbockley's, also
post for sale.
J. W. Belew, of Corbett, transact-
ed busiuess in thin city, Wednes-
Isoin Bros, have the newest line
of Groceries in the city. Call and
see them for anything good to eat.
With ice at 30 cents per hundred,
you need one of those refrigerators
at E. J. Killer's.
Eltert Anderson, of Corbett, trans
acted business iu the city, Tues
Special low prices on Buggies and
Hardware at J. S. Little's.
Lowest rates, best terms on Farm |
Luans and Insurance.—F. J. Hawk. !
R. F. Grow, of Oklahoma City, I
visited his family iu this city, first of J
Insure your property in the old
reliable Mutual of El Reno. S. \V
Money to loan on good farms, see
Tom J. Massey, at Teague's office.
The new mail wagon of R. ().
Smith came in Wednesday, and it is
a fine light wagon for bad weather.
Order your abstracts for eithei
County through F. J. Hawk.
Isom Bros, deliver the good- on
Money! Money! Money! Money.
If you waut mouey on your farm kee
Tom J. Massey.
Enterprise Cherry Seeders at Fer-
Everything in the grocery line i*
new at Isoni Bros.
Dave Kosteubader and Geo. Hiue
attended the Oklahoma Undertakers' j
Convention, in Oklahoma City, last
Sewing machine repairing neatly 1
clone by W. S. Sherman, at E. J. j
Keller's. Satisfaction guaranteed, j
To be happy, though a married i
man, carry a good size life insurance:
policy with The Missouri Slate Life
These warm days make eookiug a
burdeu, buy a gasoline stove from
E. J. Keller, and make it a pleas-
Graud W'adley and wife, of Par-
mer. Texas, and J W. Love, of
Salada, Texas, relatives of Col. H.
L. Forehand, came in Wednesday j
morning to attend his bed side dur |
ing his sickness. j
$100,000.00 to loan on good
farms in Cleveland county at
a low rate of interest—See S. i
A. Hayes at the First National
J. D. Lydick, T S. Hine, F. \Y.
James, R. M. Reavis, anil Ben Wil- '
liauis aud Dr Wilsou, of Norman,
constituted a lisbiog crowd which
left here last Friday afternonu fur
the Washita, where they will hunt ;
the finuy tribe. H A. Ingram and j
Geo. A. Hiue left to pit) theui Mou
day. They returned Wednesday at
ternoou and report a great time and j
fish by the scores
For fain) loans see Tom Massei.i
Our object io advertising in the
Lender is to impress upon the people
of tbis vicinity, tbe size and solidity
'of the Chickasaw National Bank
' Your serious consideration is called |
| to tbe fact that we have a paid up
An 80 acre farm, 35 acres in culti-
vation, balance pasture all under
good Wire fence. Located 1 mile
from Box. Bargain at $1000.
One farm of 80 acres, 13 miles
capital of $100,000.00 and that we|frora Lexington, 40 acres in culliva
have undivided earnings amounting!tion- *00<1 hou8e' l,ilrD aml out bl,ild-
to $30,000 00 so that our actual'iD&> 1,11 under three w,re feuee'
working capital is $130,000.00. Our jcheaP at *1SU0-
Made from pure cream of
tartar derived from grapes.
prici feaking powder co.
J. M. Jnck'on, from near Banner,
was in town this week and reports
crops in a fine condition iu his
neighborhood He has corn about
18 inches high.
Buggies mid Wagons on fall time.
A hack better than one sold fur $140
by others; for cash $100.(Ml, fall time
Lexington and vicinity was visited
by a very heavy rain Inst Friday,
which did some damage to the grow
ing crops and orchards.
Insure your property in an Amer-
ican company, the best iu the world
Continental Insurance Co.—Tom J.
Massey, agent, in Teagues' office.
Have room for about 20 more bead
of cattle. Good water and plenty of
grass A. P. Neddo, six miles east
aud two miles south of LexiDgtou.
Juo. Gibson, who has been work
ing in the oil fitlds iu Texas, for sev-
eral months came iu Saturday for a
few days visit with home folks.
WANTED—A few hoarders at $31
per week for board aud lodging; or
$2 75 for table hoard.--Texas House,
Mrs. M. A. Wallace, Proprietress.
Come aud get some mulberries,
free to everybody. Come in at the
gate at the house.—Harness Fruit
James Bros., hare the af/ency
for the two bent jiitints in the
iroi hi. .Stearns «C Lincoln /taint
is tjaaranteed to rover HOO square
feet, tiro rout worlper yalton.
Miss Laura Gregg will lecture at
the Methodist church to-night.
Everybody cordially invited to come
$100.000.OOto loan on good
farms in Cleveland county, at
a low rate of interest. See S.
A. Hayeo. at First National
To make your iee last twice as
long, get one of these "White Mouu
tain" lefrinerators from E J. Keller
8IOO.000.00 t loan on gowl farms
in Cleveland county at a low rate of
interest. Set- S. A. Hayes, at Kirst
H L Manor transacted business
in Wanette. Monday and Tutsdav.
shareholders are personally responsi-
ble in the sum of $100,000,00 making
a total of $230,000,00. This is cer-
tainly a large amount of mouey, and
considered with the ability aud char
acter of the officer?, makes the Chick
usaw National Bauk a perfectly safe
place to deposit you money and a
desirable bank to be connected u ith
as a customer. You are cordially iu.
vited to do your banking busiuess
Chickasaw National Bank.
The Wynnewood Grain Company V
building ynd contents were destroyed
by lire Monday night at Ardmore, 1.
T. The building belonged to A. E,
l'arnell and was valued at $3,500.00
and iusured for $2,000. The cou
tents belonged to Mat Parnell and
were valued at $2,250, with no in
suranee. The origiu of the blaze is
Is hereby given that the Board of
Equilizatiou will meet on May 2(>,
1005, for the purpose of hearing
complaints of all persons who may
feel aggrieved by their assessment.
Rice M. Reavis, Chairman.
A.M. Myers. Town Clerk. 34-2t
At a meeting of the directors of
The Farmers National Bank Tues-
day afternoon, S. C. Hawk was re-
elected President; Chas. Greemore,
1st V President; E. .V. Ahernathy,
2nd V President, and H. A. Hawk,
One three room house and four
lots in best location in town, good
water, small shed aud some fruit
trqes Must go at once.
One good five room house, good
out buildings and four lots, must go
at your owu price.
One good four room house aud
two lots. A bargain at $3UU.0G.
1 have several good houses for
reut from $5 00 to $10.00 per month.
F. J. Hawk.
The Southwestern Business Uni
versity, of Oklahoma City, has on ac-
count of its increased attendance,
been forced to move recently into
new quarters, IIS 120 North Broad
way. This institution has, under its
present management, grown very
rapidly, until at the present time its
enrollment during the year runs up
into hundreds. Any oue wishing to
prepare himself for the best posi-
tions oflered by the commercial
world cau make no mistake in enter-
ing this institution. Its equipment
is second to none in the country and
is surpassed by none in the South-
west. This institution is offering a
special rate duriug the summer
months. Any one wishing informa-
tion concerning a commercial edtiea
tion should write to the Southwest
ern Busiuess University, of Oklaho
Samson windmills bring the wa-
ter.—See .J. S. Little.
$5 00 Reward,
h'ur the return or information lead-
ing to tlie recovery of one tan ieath
er suit case, containing wearing ap-1
parel, comb aud brush and safety
razor, marked inside with name of i
owner. Fred W. James. j
While they last *a* Cypress shing-
les 82.00 per thousand.—James Bros
xin^tou Lodge No. 14. A. 1'. A A. M.
Mt'etf Saturday night un or before
the full moon and L' week* after.
.W All Masons in good standing in-
vited. Ouka E. I it. W. M.
Jno. I,. Ol-AHAM, Sec'V.
Notice is herein' given that the
Equilizatiou Board of Lexington
township, will meet iu Lexington on
May 27th, for the purpose of equil
izing the taxes.
Frank Claunch, Trustee.
For Sale Cheap.
tine (i-room residence, must be
sold within 30 days. Terms to suit.
3 l-2t Geo. Warlick.
If yoiv are thinking of taking a
busiuess course, see J. O Fox, at this
office. He has scholarships of some
of the best Business Colleges iu the
Little Liver and Stomach Pills!
will cure Constipation. Liver and Stoi-v ;
ach Troubles when all others remedies 1
if you have butter and eggs, briug j fHil Kmciclll am, ll0t Kripo. lutl,'
them to us Isnm Bros FillsOwl Drug More.
If its in the Leader, its so. i'or your collections see Ed. Exle-
— ton When accounts aie placed in
! his hands he delivers the coin,
$100,000.00 to loan on good
farms in Cleveland county at a low
I he season's first cold rate of interest. See S A Hayes at
may be slight—may yield j First National Bank.
t'>i_Ull\ ti eat men t, i)Ut the Harry Irviu, traveling salesman
next Cold will hang OH I for American Type Foundry, made
longer; it will be more
troublesome, too. In-,
necessary to take chances
on that second one. Scott's
Keep correct time ' If
not bring it to me and
I will remedy the
I also have a swell line
of Jewelry and Opti-
I sell the famous Par-
ker Fountain Pen.
All work entrusted to
me will receive prompt
P. F. Reichow
Kimilsion is a preventive
as well as a cure. Take
when colds abound and
you":; have no cold. Takeit
when i he cold is contracted
ar. I it checks inflamma-
ti m. heals the membranes
o! 'he throat and lungs
and drives the cold out.
d for free sample.
SCOTT & BOIV.VE, Chemists
IVjrl Street, New York
j- u ?; .00 • Al! druggists
this office a pleasant call yesterday,
1x4 Byrkitt Lath , guod for ceiliij^
:>r sheeting $15 per thousand feet. |
| white it lasts.—James Bros.
Kev. Soeed will preach at the
| Preshyteriau church, Sunday at 1 I
! o'clock, a. ui
Khv. T (). Shanks will preach at
1 Willow View Sunday at 1 I a. in. at d
, 8:15 p. m.
If it is new groceries )oU want.
! see us — Isom Bros
l'incsalve acts like a in-nitiee. nest1
I thing in ti'*' world for boils. Inirnsj
I cracked hand . tetter, ete Sold I v Owl
| di up stoie
• All kinds of tablets r t tliis ollice.
I Ilnwk< yc Family Salve i* Hie World'*:
j Greatest Healiiitf I'ower. (iuarantc«*d to;
! jjure lOczeitiH. Imiiiih. ruts, pile* ami all
I dou diseases. 2" e. Owl I'rtij; store.
Auy oue wishing to start a herd
of Poland China* would do well
to see ,J. S S C H L A X before
buying, il you wish to save
mouey I'll s le ril is beaded
bv Sebring. 3211113, and con
hints tif such lud'viduals as'
Queen Loui, (72(S!)i.>), Grace-
fti i Model, (73<>31), Gracefuli
Beamv, (Tll'.MH), Queeu Grace
fill, (7fS3'")tt). anil others.
Visitors always welcome.
Corrt-N|n'iiilence promptly au
h we red.
Farm -I miles i-nst and ^ mile
north nf LEX INti 11 )N, OK LA.
Will hock your orders at any
W. D. HOLFORD
Is Headquarters for
in Dry Goods, Notions,
Shoes, Hats and Staple
and Fancy Groceries...
The Good Old Summer Time is Here
And so are
With a complete line of Confectioneries,
Ice Cream and Cold Drinks of all kinds.
Ira Paisley, Prop
In the purchase of a Type-
writer by prejudice or force
of habit, uuless you are iu the
habit of buying the Standard
Oliver Typewriter, with a rec-
ord uever equaled by any type-
I writer on earth. 05,000 sales
tbo first eight years on the
market. Why? Because it is more convenient for the operator, cap-
able of doing the most work the easiest, and costs the owner less
than inferior machines known, by virtue of age aud reputition as
OLIVER TYPEWRITER COMPANY.
102 Weet 9th St. KANSAS 0ITY, M0.
Have the sWellest line
| SHOES and HATS|
evet' brnuglit to this part of the territory.
© See tliem if yuti want' eitl.ei m the almve at a liaigain. ®
A Colorado Summer
IS A PERFECT EXPERIENCE
Spend your X'acation in the Mountains. Breathe the Crisp,
Pure, Piney Air. Gather Stieugth and Health from the Great
Out of-Doors, aud come home happy. From .Juue 1st to Sep-
tember 80th the Santa Fe will sell \ou round trip tickets at
very low rates. Ask the Santa Fe Agent for particulars.
\V. S. KEENAN', G P. A.
WANTED Men and Women iu
this county aud adjoining territories,
to represent aud advertise au old
establised house of solid financial
standing Salary to men $21 weekly,
to women $12 to $1^ weekly witb
HXpeuses advanced each Mouday by
check direct from headquarters
Horse ayd buguy furnished when
uecessary; position permmeut Ad-
dress, Blew Bros. & Co, Dept. B,
YIuiiuii Bldg . Chicago, 111. bt.
The Poor Han's Friend.
The great boivr, Lord Oxford V
lliuiyt-r i> neiir lit tin nil when t lie k ill-
iii.-jk me nick. Kiiluey-Etten, will pnrif.v | y0. 7lt)TS Bt head of herd. B
Hill! HtreiiKlhen the-kulnevs Hiid rei tnre
tlii ni ti> their iinimal atnl healtaj' ou-.nU-
(it.I). "J'ic. Owl DiUif store.
Imported and American blood.
| Visitors Welcome at all Times
While they last "a* Cypress shing-
les 8* oo per thousand.—James Bros.
C. N. CURTIS,
One milt' -until lllid two H «! oiie - hall milt-H
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