Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, December 2, 1910 Page: 5 of 8
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A food compounded from Wheat, Oats, Rice and
Barley. Most palatable, nourishing and healthful
Ask Your Grocer.
REPORT OF TilE CONDITION OF TlIK
SECURITY STATE BANK
at Lexington, in the State of
Oklahoma, at the close of
business, November 10, 1910.
Loans and discounts $3'J,674 22 kesoiiuks.
Overdraft*, seen ml ami un> >1. •">. lvs ti* • ~ i its«' mil ts
S i oka, Bonds, Warrants, etc 2,234 04 0v®! irafls, < o ired and u so I
Furniture and Fixtures . 993 00 ,Sl" l'^s- ! rU's* warrants, etc
Due from banks HI. 146 si taruitur^ and Fixtures
Checks and other cash items 4.55 00 from Hanks
Hills of Exchange
Cash in bank
Daid in *
1 dual dep<
RKPOKT OF THE CONDITION Ol* THK
Farmers State liuaranty Bank,
at Lexington, in the state
of Oklahoma, at the close of
business November 10, 1910.
4 ,;si; s« i lif-' us and litiiri e sh iten-
8,H4!i « ") Kxchaeges for Clearing house
Notice of Sheriff's Sale
state nf Oklahoma, )
County of Pawnee, J
Iii the District Court of said'County.
James Lappin, Plaintiff.
i a vo lie ury, Defendant-.
Notice is hereby givi ti, that in pur-
-ti ft tau order t.f hale issued >< it of
i t Ocrk's office of the District Court in
and*for Pawnee county, Stai of Oklaho-
m !. on the 4th day of November, 1910,
iii iii acti«in wherein Jame- Lappin was
plaintiff, and Clev • Henry was defendant,
commanding me to forthwith advertii
ROBERT EDWARD THACKER
Medicine and Surgery
office 'Phone 40 Re-Mileuce 'Phone f>2
F. B. SWANK
NORMAN, - OKLAHOMA
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Better patronize Ru< kcr's. ; 1
Purcell, iintl get in on the- bargain.-
while the river is low.
Mi-- Minnie Greet^ore, of the
University, visited with home f. >!'•:•«
■ Saturday and Sunday.
I have better bargains this year
than every before on watches and
jewelry.— I!. C. Clan k. Purcell, Ok.
Dr. S. U, Davis and family, of
Blanchard, visited with Joe Cope-
land and wife during Thanksgiving.
No hoase* in any county seat
town is showing the line of ladies
cloaks and suits that equals Puck-
Faank Hoggs and J. T. Watkins,
of the Lone Star neighborhood,
have gone to Texas to buy a ear
load of Jersey cows.
Mrs. A. 11. Harness, of Norman,
paid us a dollar on subscription
Saturday. They can't get along
without the Leader.
HORN"—To J. G. Marsee and wife
a 10-pound hoy, Saturday. All
parties are doing nicely, anil J. (1.
is as jolly as can be.
Merchants, we are coming after
you for some advertising next week.
Better think about that ad early,
and be ready for us.—Leader.
I have just bought a stock of jew-
elry for 55cts on ths $ so it will pay
you to see me if you want a watch
or anything in the jewelry line.
P>. Clark, Purcell. Okla.
(ieo. A. Teague and family moved
to Oklahoma City Monday, (ieo has
been working at the City for several
months, and has decided to make
it his permanent residence.
Jack Fairchild and wife, who
have been visiting in Kentucky for
the past three weeks, returned
home Uriday evening. Miss Mamie
Searcy accompanied them home
and will spend the winter with
Oh, the clothing at
Fur coats, plush lined
men's high grade suits..
Parks King and wif<
homa City, spent Sunday with
Tom Thornton and wife.
M. F. Geno, of route 2, handed
us that dollar Friday, and said let
the Leader keep coming.
Why put off buying a piano lon-
ger, when B. C. Clark will sell you
one either for cash or on payments.
T. S. Hine of Muskogee, an old
resident of this place was shaking
hands with his many friends here
Mrs. A. L. Newbern and two lit-
tle daughters, of Oklahoma City,
visited with Wes Nesbitt and wife
There is no safer investment than
a diamond, if bought right. We
guarantee satisfaction.—B. C. Clark,
Purcell, < )kla.
Hosea Tuggle and Solon Turk,
who are attending the University,
were at home Thanksgiving, visit-
ing with homefolks.
J. It. Garrett, of Route 3, is a
new one on our honor roll. He
pushed bis subscription a little
further ahead Saturday.
Your wife or daughter would not
appreciate anything more for a Xmas
present than a piano, I have them.
B. C. Clark, Purcell. Okla.
Talk about paying the hiphest
price for cotton and other produce,
we have men here who will buy any-
thing the farmer raises and will pay
a HIGHER price than is being paid
elsewhere, or they will pay phone
bill for finding the market at other
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\^) " The use of filum and . u'ta ci a! -.rr.'n'^ , .1 u'l jj '
k Ikll food should bo prohibited. ' 'liwjy -
- -iVo,', \, ' jod, llcrvard I'ritv. —\ / '
IIem;v Lefever. ■ Lehigh, came
in Wednesday to look alter real
estate interests near Lexington.
The ladies of tin: Christian church
will serve cake and colfee for locts
Saturday afternoon in the Dowdy
Eggs ace 35 CiS. per dozen.
Get Ground Bones at Dutch's.
They will make your hens lay
and prevent limberneck.
Miss Mary Harness, of Norman,
spent the latter part of last week
visiting at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Helen Bowden, who is still
If advertising dosen't pay. why
do our most prosperous merchants
spend their money advertising? Bet-
ter fix an ad for next week before
you forget it. We.are coming for it.
By an error in ordering my trunk
ord r has been doubled, and J have
more trunks than I have room for.
They are yours at ti bargain, if you
will call at J. B.Collins Shoe Store.
How can advertisers sell as cheap
as others, you may ask? Why, be-
cause they do not let their Is lay
011 the shelves. They turn them for
a small profit and buy more goods.
If you need an organ for your
school house or church, phone or
write me, and I will get you one
cheaper than you can buy it from
the factory.—B. C. Clark, Purcell,
J. T. Rose, of Route 4, one of
the old settlers of Lexington, mov-
ed Wednesday to Criner, Okla.
We hate to see Tom go, but the
Leader follows him, and he may
soon be back among us.
J. 0. Fischer, who formerly lived
here for many years, but is now
living at Pierce City. Missouri,
came in Saturday, and is spending
the week with friends. Mr. Fischer
but that they
can't do without the Leader.
of the oldest
he has taken
it started and
says that he is wel
the country annua I
us a dollar on subs
day. lie says that
the paper ever since
Safeguard! Your f
that he is growing
to it every week,
let it miss a copy
Said to never
G R K A M
H w sas sw aau
ness and superior
are never questioned.
Fifty Years the Standard
Notice Of Application For Appointment
Smte of tklahoina, \
("level -till ( 'o-mty. \
In the t y Court of said County,
pitting* at Lexington. In the estate of
H (r Anyle, deceased
The State of Oklahoma, to the heirs
next of U in anil creditors of the .-aid H
Vou are hereby notified that L 1*'.
\ n^le. has n p plied for 'ntter^ < f t 1 in i n.
tr'ition on • ni estate and that <n ti ;t;
p'icaton will ' <• hp ird at ro^ul'ir t"i"n I
Haul t'nurt, h"!il at the < >nnty ' • ri
r oms of shi■ i ' otirt on M-m I7fli \ • - .
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A v No
• f (>ountv
/ (* Luniher
You wouldn't think it probable,
would you, that a merchant who
has a really notable lot of bargains
to offer you just now would fail to
advertise that fact fully and prom-
inently'.' Well—it's not probable!
Saves an Iowa Man's Life
I he very jxrave seemed to yawn be-
I re Robert .Madsen. of West Jiinlintr
ton. Iowa, when, alt.jr seven weeks in
ihe hospital, four of tin* best phvsi-
ciaiiB pave him lip. Then was shown
the marvelous curative power of Klec-
tric Bitters. Fur, after eight months
of frightful suffering from liver trouble
and yellow jaundice, getting no help
from other remedies or doctors, rive
bottlis . f this matchless medicine
completely cured him Its positively
guaranteed for stomach, kidnev and
liver troubles and never disappoints.
Only 50c at all druggists.
Shall Women Vote?
If tio'\ did, !> !'ioi : w-'iild . > i'r.
King's New Ufa Pills the true remedy
for women- I- or banishing dull, fag-
ged feelings, backache • i headache,
countipation, dispelling colds, in | aid-
ing appetite and toni ng up tlo- system
they are untijualU''1. K.isv. safe, sure.
L,r>c at all dniL'gists
Make ji noise like an order, and
see ('lias, the Tailor, one door east
of the Ow 1 drug store.
When a cold becomes settled in the
system, it will take several days treat-
ment to cure it. and the best remedy
to use is Chamberlain's Cough Reme-
dy. It will i'lire quicker thananv oth-
er, and also leaves the system in n
natural and healthy condition, .vdd
bv all druggists.
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g11 fail. A!
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New i.Jiscovery. Ho- effect was won-
derful, 1* soon stopped the cou%h and
I am now in better health than 1 have
ha 1 for years. I bis wonderrul life-
saver is an iifirivnlled remedy for
coughs, colds, lagrippe. asthma, croup,
hemorrhages, whooping cough or weak
lungs. 60c. $1.00. 1 rial bottle tree,
(iuaranteed by all druggists.
$10 Storm Collar Men's Ipster
Overcoats. $C>. IS.
$lo Men's Fine Dress Overcoat,
W. N. Pucker Purcell,
l.aiiie back comes on soiMvnly and
ifit-xtremely painful. It is caused by
ihemaatirtiu of the muscle*. Quick re-
lict is alt >r.led by applying Chamber.
Iaius Linimect. Sold by ali dvugjjiats
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Jmrs Sold in One
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TESTIMONIALS OF PEOPLE YOU KNOW
Our veneaable J. R. Hooker, says that he has wintered two winters in a single -
pair of Star Brand Shoes, and that the same old pair is good lor another winter.
"I have worn a single pair of Star Brand Shoes four times as long as I ever wore
any other make of shoes. '—J. D. Bohanas.
"I wore a pair of Star Brand Shoes two and one-half years. Hail, to the Star
Brand Shoes."—T. I!. Caskey.
I have cut the ice across the Canadian river two winters in a single pair of Star
Brand Shies, and they are good for anothur winter, and tli -y • m vei leaked on
me yet."—W. S. Gray.
I have worn a pair of Star Brand Shoes over two years ah.I think that Star
Brand Shoes are better. '—.1. I). Anderson
"1 ii :ve ie two crops ill a pair of Star Brand Shea -. and ca: make another,
1 am a Socialist, and allow my neighbor- to wear lh--.ii win 1 m ; it \v> iring
them."—J. F. Gallagher.
"I myself have worn a pair of Star Brand Shoes two summer- I r e worn
out three pairs of so!--s and tw i upperJ." —Blake.
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