Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, December 2, 1910 Page: 7 of 8
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I MAKE THE LOWEST
.. Farm Loans ..
Privilege to' Pay Part or All After One Year.
Got }'onr *\bslriicI.s I'vi* Voi/
Buy or Sell j'our Land. \\ rite Insurance. Renew your Loan.
See me if you want money, or want to save money.
•J. F. SIIOOKLEY,
Lexington, Okla. The Real Estate and Loan Man.
SAY LOOK HERE!
I want the people to know that
we have a full and complete
In our stock you will find all
Leather Shoes, the best on the
best on the market.
Ivory Flour 4TO
Queensware, Glassware.all kinds
of Christmas Goods and line
musical Albums are on display.
ready to make Chrstmas hap-
pier and merrier.
J. G. M A It S i: I.
Is what we cater to. We have a registered
pharmacist in charge of our prescription de-
At our Fountain we are now serving hot
drinks of all kinds.
Palace Drug Store
SHERMAN ft EVERETT, Props.
; A nice brisk norther visited us
Several new houses are being
; erected in our little berg.
J. L. Conkling leaves Friday to
I vi-it relatives in Texas, for a few
T. (!. Hart l<,'ft Friday to visit
his son, Clark, near Wichita Falls,
I J. li. Boeek and A. 1,. Judyre-
| presented the 1. A. of A. in Wa-
Mrs. L. P. Redwine left Satur-
day for an extended visit with rela-
tives in Texas.
The social dance at F. Liinpke's
Saturday night, was enjoyed by a
nice large crowd.
T. J. Thompson, of Wanette,
transacted business in. this neigh-
Bud Trousdale and family spent
Friday and Saturday at Lexington,
visiting and shopping.
Horn—To W. E. Yeargin and
wife a 12 pound girl Monday.
Mother anil babe are doing nicely.
E. W. Miller, of Ryan, was at-
tending to his real estate business
here first of the week. He made
Nick Callahan, who left hero
several years ago and went to New
Mexico, returned Tuesday and says
our country looks good to him.
■Jno. Giddens. who sold his farm
here about two years ago and mov-
ed to Comanche county, has return-
ed here, lie says that lie can't
find any place that beats this.
Abe Martin Says
Givin' your imagination a rest
often improves your neighboi
IF IT IS GOOD
Fancy and Fresh Groceries
\ ou are I,ookiii for Visit
Any tiling in the grocery line and
Kansas Diamond Flour
The largest shipment of Ladies'Coats
Men's Fur Coats and Children's Bear
Skin Coats ever bought by any one
man, was bought by W. N. Rucker.
All these will be ready ior display
Friday and Saturday
Rucker buys for his string of stores,
and no quantity is tos large if the
price is right. For Cloaks and Cloih-
ing come to
:®:®:®:®:®:®:®:®:®:®::®::®:®:®:®:®:®:®:®:@® Farmers Are Happy
Constable I'lum tipped th*
at 350 visterday an' a awnin com-
pany is makin' him a new uniform,
'l'h' feller that don't get skinned
nowadays is disappointed.
It's nice t' live in a little town
where even a cow kin git her
name in the paper. Uncle Ez Push
says he kin remember when only
folks that amounted t' something
wore frock coats.
Th' church board met last night
t' take action on th' resignation o'
Rev. Wiley Tanger an' argued fer
three hours over th' length o' Jack
Johnson's arm. Some fellers never
mention their wives 'cept' tell how
they cook somethin'.
Mrs. Tipton Bud tripped on a
croquet arch yisterdav an' broke
her nose. Constable I'lum has
stopped th' sport till all th' brutal
features er eliminated. Tlier's
somethin' wrong soniewheres. when
a feller can't save as much as he
| could when he wuz loafin'.
Idaho Sweet Clover Honey
Quality Honey And One Hun-
dred Per Cent "Pure.
oney varies in quality, owing
flowers the bees work on.
This honey must not lie associated
with the dark, strong honey pro-
duced in the south. Idaho Honey
was the Medal Winner at Alaska-
Honey is the most healthful of
So why feed your families corn
syrup, from 75 to 95 per cent glu-
Idaho Sweet Clover Honey once
trted is always demanded. First
| come first served.
Sold only by Evans & Keller.
Just caught the Furniture Company with more goods
y on hand than they could handle and got some bargains
in a lull line ol Furniture. Wc are putting new good in
the house every flay, and arc disposing ol the stock which
has been in the house at unheard ol prices.
E, hate to do it, but we are just slashing the I' urniturc busi
ness. Call in and look over our line. We will satisfy you.
R. A. ISOM.
We will sell at public auction at the old Luther Binghani place,
3 miles east and I south of Lexington, beginning at 10 o'clock,
Monday, Dec. 5
The following described property, to=wit:
Horses and Mules
One team of good work mules. 15 hands high, weigh
One sorrel horse, years old, weight 1000.
One sorrel mare, (i years old, weight 1000.
One 7-year old mare mule, weight 1050.
One 0-year old horse mule, weight. 1050.
One bay mare, bred, weight 1100.
One tine Poland China sow, with pigs, weighs 200
Two nice gilts, one bred, weigh 140 pounds each.
Five dozen Brown Leghorn and Blue Game hens.
a nice heifer calf.
One line brilldle Jersey eow.
one week old
One half Jersey and Milk Durham cow. milking,
calf ti months old.
One disc Cultivator
Three Standard Cultivators, riding.
One 2-horse lister and planter.
Three walking turning plows.
Three sets of plow harness.
One section harrow.
One 1-horse buggy.
Some household goods.
Other things too numerous to mention.
^ Ille's New Cash Grocery Store
All the Goods are
New and Fresh ..
If you want to save money
call and see me
Advertise in the Leader for Results.
1 The happiest man in the land to-
I day is the successful farmer. He
j sits under his own vine and fig tree
! un-disturbed b y the maddening
I noise of the city. Banks fail, rail-
roads go into the hands of the rec-
eivers, booming towns collaspe, all
I business stagnates. But the wise
farmer can snap his finger at these
J things. He is the monarch of all he
] surveys on his broad acres. And the
I honesty of bis boys and the purity
■ of his girls is guarded against tempt-
ations, and in them he is giving the
j country its best manhood and
womanhood. The farmer is to envied
I and if he is not contented with his
i lot. he is lacking in wisdom.
TrFI?l\^ ^1* sums of $10 and under, Cash. All
sums over $10 a note will be given
bearing 10 per cent interest. All notes to be due November 1,1911.
5 per cent discount for cash on sums over $10. All property must
be settled for before removed. All notes must be approved by
the Security State Bank.
Mitchell and Black
h. H. EVERETT, Auctioneer
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