Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, March 25, 1910 Page: 5 of 8
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Of The Past Week.
Pure linseed oil, E. J. Keller.
For harness repair see Horttor.
Jlugli Peters, who has been quite
•iek, is improving.
Scott Whorton and family visited
in Norman Tuesday.
(Jround bones for your hens at
Crawford's Meat Market.
See the G. W. Lee Lumber Co.
before buying that lumber bill.
J. F. Shockley made a business
triy) to Oklahoma City Monday. ^
If it is cheap Lumber that you
want see the <!. W. Lee Lumber Co.
Chas. Lisszauer was a business
visitor in Oklahoma City Tuesday.
Farm loans: low rate: spe-
cial privilege.—J. F. Shockley.
I!. S. Bryant, of Norman, was in
\gLexington on business matters Mon-
Atty. F. B. Swank, of Norman,
spent Friday in Lexington on legal
A. D. Cox, of Norman, was in
Lexington on business Tuesday and
Tom Thornton transacted busi-
ness in Oklahoma City and Nor-
Oliver H. Akin, of Moore, was in
Lexington Saturday, shaking hands
with the voters.
If it is Lumber or Building Ma-
terial that you want see The (I. W.
Lee Lumber Co.
Miss Elsie Kemp left Sunday for
Kansas City, where she will visit
relatives fur three months.
When you phone to me and
I buy the hogs I will pay the
phone message- Dutch.
The little boy of Mr. and Mrs.
A. C. Stevens is improving and it
is thought will soon recover.
M. E. Sprowls, of near Noble,
was in Lexington yesterday, shak-
ing hands with his many friends.
Cale Whorton. of Texola, is here
this week, visiting the families of
T. L. Wilhite and Burt Whorton.
Full Blood Barred Plymouth Rock
eggs, $1.00 per setting. W. W.
McKay, near Lone Star. J'i-M
Having roof trouble'.' Yes. well
&">■ the Lee Lumber Co. They can
cure them with Malthoid Roofing.
Mrs. ChafTman, of Texola, was
here first of the week, visiting her
friend, Mrs. T. L. Wilhite and fam-
Dave Robinson has just had an
addition built to his commodious
cottage, in the northeast part (if the
J. 0. Fox, candidate for Register
of Deeds, speht Tuesday in Nor-
man and Noble mingling with the
to Purcell Friday night, and heard
till' Dunbar (jiiaftette at th opra
('apt. W. 1!. Ferguson returned
home from Guthrie Friday, where
he was a messenger during the leg-
I!. ,\. Isoni, J. Sherman, L. W.
Northcutt, Neal Smith and J. IS.
Peters attended court in Norman
•I. 1). Fireman and wife, of Still-
water, visited relatives and friends •
in and near Lexington a few days
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Hutcbin
went to Little River yesterday,
where tliev will spend a week on
Rev. Oscar Dodson has returned
from Oklahoma City, where he un-
derwent a most successful opera-
tion for appendicitis.
Alvin Harnett accompanied his
father, J. W. Harnett to Oklahoma
City Tuesday morning, where he
went to Have his eyes treated.
•Dr. (ieo. P. Johnston, who ha-
been confined to his room for the
past few weeks, suffering with a
broken leg, is able to be at his of-
fice again. . i,
Rev. H. II. Everett and S, W.
Hutehin spent Monday ami Tues-
day fishing in the big lake near
Paoli. They caught a 4. pound
bass, besides several others.
Made from Grapes
Makes the food of
and finest quality
See K. J. Fuller foi farm tools. Miss Tula Hobson came down
Phone Parnell at Critcher's for from the University yesterday and
all kinds o f wood. will visit with relatives until Mon-
J. Z. Brown was
Wednesday morning. -^rs- M. F. Herrell and daughter,
A full line of Eagle farm .imple-tMiss Maud- "f JoPlin> Mo- are
ments at E. J. Keller's. |here v,sitinS with her sistt'r- Mrs-
S. C'. Hawk.
Mrs. J. B. Brandenburg and sons,
Jack and Robt.. are visiting at the
home of her brother, J. I). Fair-
child, six miles east of Lexington,
See my new line of matting, car-
pets and art squares.—E. J. Kel-
ler. STATE OFFICIALS
H. A. Hawk spent Monday and United States Senators— Robert L.
sa on business mat- Owen and Thos. P. Core.
Justices Supreme. Court—Jesse J.
prepared than ever Dunn. S. W. llayes. R. L. Wil"
farm loans.—J. F. | liams. J. 1!. Turner. Matthew J.
Deputy Sheriff L. B. Iligbee isj' «« wm«r
in attendance at county court in | Lieut. Governor-
Norm; ]) t!:is week. Attorney ( >i-uei 1
| Secretary of Stat
i Auditor.... . .
• 'lerk of the Supreme Court
W. II. L. Cam
I have plow shares to tit
makes of plows.—E. J. Keller.
For plow harness, collars and
bridles at lowest prices see Horttor.
Tuesday in Ti
I am. better
to make your
am giving great bargains
paper, to make room for my
!•:. J. Keller.
Geo. (ioodin and wife, of
ha. visited at the home of
McKay, in the city. Saturday.
I. . • - Old releases of eliHttt
mortgages, a full supply just print
ed and for -ale at the Leader office
Eggs For Sale—Rose Comt
s at -t 1.->0 Commissioni i
C. N. Haskell
:. W. Bellamy
W'm. M. Cross
. M. E.Trapp
State of Oklahoma, ^
CoQDtjf of Cleveland, J *
In the County Court
K*tate of Yarella Wilfredo Brown, minor.
The petition of W, F. Roller an the
guardian of «aid Yarella Wilfredo Brown,,
Minor, haviug been preeeuted to this
Court, praying that an order be made,
authorizing said petitioner to sell the
whole or bo much, and suoh parts of the
real estate described in said petition as
the Court shall judge necessary and bene-
ficial. at Private Sale; aud it appearing
to the Court, from said petition, that it
: is necessary to sell the whole, or some
portion of such real estate, for the pur-
poses and reasons mentioned in said pe-
tition; therefore said petition will be
tiled herein and a time appointed for
hearing the same
And it is hereby ordered, by the Court
that Monday, the 4th day of April, A. !>..
1910, at the hour of J* o'clock, a. m., of
said day, that being a day of the regular
April term, J910, of this court be, and
the same is appointed as the time when
all persons interested in said estate are
directed and required to appear ^efore
this Court, at the Court House in the
City of Norman, Cleveland County, Okla-
homa, to show cause why an order should
not be granted to said petitioner to sell
so much of the real estate of said minor
as is necessary.
Dated the Dth day of March, 1M10.
N. E. Sharp,
C. M. Keiger, County Judge.
Attorney for Guardian. 25 8t
Noticc of Settlement of Account
Cleveland County, \ ***
In the County Court.
Notice is hereby given that John Boat-
right., executor of the lat>t will and testa-
ment of E. V. Johnson, deceased, tiled in
the above named court his final account
of his executortship as such executor and
that safd cstalc is ready for final settle-
ment, and that, said account will be ex-
amined at the County Court rooms in the
city of Norman, Cleveland county, Okla-
homa, on the Ith day of April, HMO, at 11
o'clock, a. m.. of sakl day, when and
where any person interested in said es-
tate my appear and lile his exceptions in
writing, if any he has, to said account
and contest the same.
Witness my hand and the seal of the
County Court « f said County, this ;ird
day ot March. 1910
[SEAL | N. E. Shabp.
A. Hutchsn, County Judge.
Notice of Settlement of Account
State of Oklahoma,)
Cleveland County, )
In the County Court.
Notice is hereby given that James M.
Gresham, administrator of the estate of
William and Mary J. Mills, deceased,
tiled in the above named court his final
account of his administration as such ad-
miuistartor, and also his petition for an
order of distribution of the residue of
said estate, and that said account will be
examined at the County Court rooms, in
the City of Norman, County of Cleveland,
State of Oklahoma, on the 11th day of
April, ISI10, at 1) o'clock a. m., uf said
day. when and where any persons inter-
ested in said estate may appear and file
his objections in writing, if any he has,
to said account, and contest the same.
Witness my hand and the seal of the
County Court of said ''ounty. this 9th
day of March, 1910.
( ska 1.) N. E. Sharp.
2fi-4t County Judge.
For Coughs and Colds
Troubled with a cough? A hard cold, bronchitis, or some
chronic lung trouble? There is a medicine made for just
these cases—Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Your doctor knows
all about it. Ask him what he thinks of it. No medicine
can ever take the place of your doctor. Keep in close
touch with him. consult him frequently, trust him fully.
No alcohol in this cough medicine. ].C.Ay<rC„ j.oweiT.M, '
Ayer's Pills. Sugar-coatcd. All vegetable. Act directly on the liver. Gently laxa
live. Dose, only one pill. Sold for nearly sixty years. Ask your doctor about them
Will buy wall paper from E. J.
Keller when tin y see the nice paper
and the prices.
"I suffered so with Nervous
Prostration that 1 thought there
was no use trying to get well. A
friend recommended Dr. Miles'
Nervine, and although skeptical
at first, I soon found myself re-
covering, and am to-dav well."
MRS. D. I. JONES,
5800 Broadway, Cleveland, O.
Much sickness is of nervous
origin. It's the nerves that
make the heart force the blood
through the veins, the lungs
take in oxygen, the stomach di-
gest food, the liver secrete bile
and the kidneys filter the blood.
If any of these organs are weak,
it is the fault of the nerves
through which they get their
strength. Dr. Miles' Nervine is
a specific for the nerves. It
soothes the irritation and assists
in the generation of nerve force.
Therefore you can hardly miss
it if you take Dr. Miles' Nervine
when sick. Get a bottle from
your druggist. Take it all ac-
cording to directions, and if it
does not benefit he will return
W L, DOUGLAS
ROBERT EDWARD THACKER
Medicine and Surgery
Oflice 'Phone 40 Rcnidence 'Phone 62
F. B. SWANK
k. I). ALEXANDER
.. Engineer ..
Phone 168 NORMAN. 0KLA,
Lexington Lodge No. 72; A. F. <fc A. M
Meetn Saturday night on or before
^the full moon and 2 weeks after.
All Masons in good ntanding in-
vited. E. W. VYynnk,
J. H. Hutchin, Sec'y. W. M.
Firth, Heliah'fc, Puro
Guaranteed t. Pic-; o
North# rn (.row i v >•<
FOR 10 CENTS
we will Rend po*l i>ni«l our
FAMOUS COLLECT IO'
r. < 0 I'u* 1 oamto
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S IKir#*ln|[ Olfri . . .
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3 NI o N
State Kxuniiu-'t' Ch;.- Taylor
Supt. Public Instruction
E. I). Cameron
Mine Inspector. Peter Hunraty
Commissioner of Charaties
Miss Kate Barnard
• .('has. Daughertv
...'. .T. J. McCorab
J. J. McAlester. A. P. Watson,
J. E. Love.
('oiiL'rt ssman, " th t list rift
Judge. 14th district - - I!. McMillan
State Senators 19th district:
li. I'. W; line :■ 1 nl II. S. I >1.1 i r.
I, c i i.-lan i ueu
per sett in l1 . Mrs. .1
II ymi have any bottle- or eases
bought from the Purcell Bottling
Works, you will please return them
to me. as I have bought the plant.
— L. I lie.
I). V. Thompson, of near l uion
Hill, who lias been lingering with
la grippe for several weeks, has so
improved that he was able to be in
town Wcdnt -day.
< >in biniflred loatls nf I for
sale. $1.7") delivered. $1.01) per
load at orchard. Apples per
bushel, <'ider r>0c per gallon.—Chas.
Williams, at the Harness Orchard.
Mrs. II. A. Hawk and children,
who have been visiting relatives at
Oklahoma City, for the past week,
returned home Monday. Miss (trace
Kinnell aceompaned her home for
a few days visit.
The Christian ladies invite you
to see their display of bonnets and
aprons in the Bilan building one
door wes! of the photograph gallery
Saturday, March 2ti. A wholesome
lunch can also be had at any time
during the day.
Chas. ,1. Williams returned home
Sunday from Ft. Stoekston, Texas, | Mars'
accompanied by his brother, Barton Treasurer
a I 111 I a 11 lily, who will reside here with j City Asse
his lather. T. I). Williams, during j Police Ju<
the Summer. Barton has been very j City Council:
- iek with pneumonia for several! J. Sherman, J. W. Ba,rnett, (I.
we. ks, and is now just able to be I • -W. Lee and J. Z. Brown.
up. j School Board:
To the tax payers of Cleveland
county, that your personal tax be-
come;- a lien upon real estate for
the year 1900. Act of March 10,
15)00. B. S. Davis,
"i traoc-niarks pru.'tiy
...1. ml -. OI no fee. tte obtain patents
that pay, «)*( itlse them Uioroughly, (tl uui
exprnso, and nelp you to success.
K 'nd inotlt 1. photo or skctrh for free report
on patentability. 20 yearn' practice. sur-
passing references For free Guldo
f ast Color Eyelets
W. L. Douglas shoes are the lowest
price, quality considered, in the world.
Their excellent style, easy fitting and
long wearing qualities excel those of
olh- r makes. It you have been paying
Hit h prices for your phoes, the next time
yo-' need a pair give W. L. Douglas shoes
a trial. You can save money on your
footwear and get shoes that are just as
good in every way as those that have
L>". n costing you higher prices.
if you could visit our large factories
at Brockton, Mass., and see for yourself
how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes arc
rn^.de. vou would then understand why
Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they nre the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY.I.IVERAND 3
STOMACH TROUBLE S
it is the best medicine ever sold I
over a druggist's counter. |
I!- id the n«'\v ;iils in thr Lcn<l< r
:ic fur tlii y arc int^rrstinij.
An A^tul l.ruption
Wall Paper! Wall Paper!
Representative . • S. W
County Clerk. • ■ L. L,
Clerk I 'istrict ('nurt . . F.
County Treasurer R
County Judge •
Register nf Peeil
1st district . .
3rd district -
. B. Sale
X. E. Sharp
J. I!. Stogner
W. A Taylor
VV. N. KUCKKW
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Chickens, Butter and Eggs
CflebiMleit lor s-lvlr. | rrf«rt fit. ■ tui|. ,'v ; r, I
reliability nearly 40 \« rs. Sold in t,, .,1 y
cverv city and town in t!< Uniied Mate*
i ..ii.ul.i, or bv :•... it:., ct. M"r ■ ,t ,|. .
any other make. Sc nil lor 1 ce catalog «•.
AIcCALL'S MAGAZJT T
Mo if subsci , 1 n . !V i :lu 1 f.
All my stock is new and frt ^h. and goods coi
in every tlay.
(iive me a trial,
I J >! <>!.!> I I .1 ,!
J. I!. Collins
P. \\ . Booker
All the news ill the year for $1. j
When in need of stationery, con- j
• ult us before placing your joh. j The Leader f<ir all th? n
.1. M. Tugg^e. J. I*
W. ('. Kemp.
Are .vmi freqiieutlv h-Miae? I) . \ ■ ■ u
lliHt h:.iioyii)a Ii'■ k11nir ia yi.ur llinmi?
dili's >imi ruugli a ii ii -> yon at aiyhl.
ami tie ymi inihh imiciii, ;ti I Id; ii.tirn-
itin? U , ymi want ii-ItI'.' if su. lake
• 'hainbprlaiii's ("uiiyli lleniedv hu<I you
A*111 tie jili HHe.l. Sold by all ilriufuistH.
Old papers for sale at the Leader
office at 20c per
What about that overcoat? Let
us clean and press it.—Claude Per-
Horsemen jmd Stock Raisers
DR. li. E. DAVIS
Late nf Liverpool, Kngland mid l ineinii.itti, Oliiu, has located
at PI l!( I'LL. ( 'j ii In lull ml <it i • K \\.'- nl ^ . i' I li i it
nient of all nniinals. ('alls answered night or day.
Mules and horses bought, sold mil • i anyd on 'uiniiiissinii
Improved Percheron Stallion, api ived by I . S. (lovt rnment,
also an Imported Jack. All servit i - guaranteetl.
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Fox, J. O. Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, March 25, 1910, newspaper, March 25, 1910; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110408/m1/5/: accessed April 20, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.