Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, March 25, 1910 Page: 8 of 8
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Success h r
Bo)s and Ciirl
Keep The Quality Up"
Hamilton Brown Shoes, Star
Star, Sunflower Shoes.
We represent the Largest Shoe Business in the world and have any
thing in the Shoe Line you want.
Style, Fit and Quality
Call On Us
Men and Women
Hamilton Brown Shoes
Star, 5 Star
Spring is Here fi
And we still have some garden seed. If you are
not supplied, call in and get what you want. They are the
best on the market.
We always have the best and freshest GROCERIES
in town, and you will agree with us after a trial.
The Leading Grocer.
News Gathered Here And There Over The County By
Our Associate Editors.
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S. S. DENISON
FIRE and TORNADO INSURANCE
FARM LOANS and REAL ESTATE
JhairOftice in Farmers State Guaranty Bnuk Building.
When in need of
Licensed Embalmers and Funeral Directors
Night pllolle I"
Mrs. -I. B. Boeek has an attack
X. B. Cheatwood is doing some
good road grading.
W. .T. drace is attending court
at Tecumseh this week.
Miss Edith Redwine spent sever-
al days at Wanette this week.
J. D. Richardson, of Blaine coun-
ty, is here pruning his orchard.
Ii. M. Hart and family were vis-;
iting at Jno. Mustain's Sunday.
Quite a crowd attended services
at Cliappel Hill church Sunday.
Spring has come in all her beauty !
and the farmers are busy planting!
N. 0. Ramsey and Perrin Gid- j
dens are serving on the petit jury at J
Miss Ivy Sanders entertained aj
jolly crowd of friends with singing I
BORN—To (I. A. (Iregson and!
wife, a line hoy. Mother and son :
are doing well.
Frank Quillen has moved into
his new dwelling, and is now giving!
it a good painting.
T.J. .Jones and I.. 1.. Sanders
attended the Masonic school at;
Shawnee hist week.
Miss Lucy Strausberry's clothes |
caught tire Thursday, burning her j
so severely that she lived but a few j
Misses Ivy Sanders and Charles
Chambers, who are attending the
Normal at Edmond, visited- name-
folks here a few days this week.
Everybody is busy planting.
Sam Criswell gave a dance Mon-
Miss Lula Menasco is on the sick
list this week.
Mrs. Mary Johnson visited home-
folks here Sunday.
Mrs. Maud Hopper, of near Box,
was visiting .relatives here Monday.
John Bowers visited his brother,
Fayette, near Crossroads Saturday.
Walter Wooten and family visit-
ed relatives near Crossroads Sun-
W. E. I). Dragoo and Henry Bow-
ers attended church at Denton Sun-
Sanford Bowers and wife, of Rose-
dale, visited at Henry Bower's last
Ira Hughes, of St. Louis, visited
at W. E. I). Dragoo's Saturday and
Misses Ruby Chambless and 01-
lie Wooten, of near Cross roads, are
visiting relatives here this week.
Stubborn as flule*
rre liver and bowele sometimes; seem
to l>«lk without cause, Then. there's
troble—loss of appetite—lnili^eetion,
nervousness, despondency, headache
Hut such troubles Ity before Ur, King's
New Life Pills, ttie world's best stom-
ach and liver remedy. So easy. 25c
at all druggists.
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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/m1/8/: accessed April 20, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.