Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, October 20, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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J. O. FOX, l'KOI'RIKTOR.
J. G. HARDIE AND E. \V. TERRY,
FRIDAY,..-. OCTOBER 20, 1911
Wc Need Electric Lights
H OW many of you are in favor
of some small electric lights for
tbe streets? Right now we are
having dark nights aud the nec-
essity of a few such lights can be
very plainly seen. At a very small
expense a few hull) lights could j
be put in and Lexington would I
not be bard to find on a dark!
nigbf,. Dangerous walks would J
Arc lights are • not needed. Of
course, tbey throw more light but
tbey cost more money. Lexing-
ton is not in need of arc lights but
the town surely does need some
small bulb street lights. One
good stiff damage suit against the
city will amount to more than it
would cost to light the town for
Understand the Leader is not
boosting this proposition for tbe
Purcell Light Co. That company
might be alright but it needs help
some place. Street lights, of
course, would be of little value
without tbe necessary current and
power to fill them with light. Lex-
ington people should demand some
kind of service if they intend pay-
ing for the power and the way
things have been of late with no
current to furnish even electric
wired homes and not even street
lights the town has been wrapped
in darknass-.-except for the assis-
tance of a late moon. An expla-
nation or an understanding should
be asked and if the right kind of
service is forthcoming the town
could reward the company by put-
ting in a few additional street
lights. Think it over and see if
the Leader hasnt spoken for the
best interests of the town.
Use half as much Health
Club as of any other brand
selling at the same price.
It costs less than any other
that's as good.
sells for a cent an ounce—
an honest anti-trust price
for the highest grade Bak-
ing Powder—in 10c-15c-
25c cans at good gioccrs.
Layton Pure Food Company
East St. Louis, 111.
Lots of hay coming into Lexing-
ton every day this 'week. Hay
price is good and its money to the
man with more than his share to
shift' it off for the gold dust.
HERE'S the way Devoe, Lead
and-Zinc Paint proves the
cheapest paint to use:'
Acertain bank president had his
house painted with lead-and-oil
paint; big house; the paint-job cost
It lasted three years and was then
re-painted with Devoe Lead-and-
Zinc Paint at a cost of $.'io0. Ten
years later, and the paint is still
in good condition.
I nail and nil, three years. $100.
Devoe, ten yearn, $:I50.
Better use Devoe for your job.
Wynne & Massey, Agts.
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Ladies Knit Sweaters
Just arrived our new line
of ladies coats. Cal! in and
have our clerks show them to
you arid fit them on you. We
have the newest thing in Flush
and Fur coats in Ihe latest col=
ors and patterns.
Several cars corn just in, and
more coming. Study the analysis
on our red tags. You will find
our chops absolutely pure. Corn
cleaned twice before grinding.
Ask your merchant for our brand
and insist on getting it.
Old papers for sale at this offie.
Wall paper at •"> tents, a double
i roll at E. J, Kellers.
Miss Myrtle Belew of Wanette
I was here last week visiting with
i Clarence Hortter and wife.
Morris & Co. Hams aud Ba-
con. J. H. Ferguson Gro. Co.
Miss Ora Tucker left Saturday
I for her home at Cleburne, Tex.,
! after spending the week here with
i Miss Julia C'onley.
Try a package of our "Vas-
sar Chocolates." They, are
fresh and fine.
The Owl Drug Store.
For Sale: Forty good barrels
suitable for molasses, etc. When
you need one see Charles Lisszauer.
Ewing Abernathy, who is attend-
ing the state university, spent the
week end with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs.. E. M. Abernathy.
When you need that next pair
of shoes, come in and see my fall
line, all the latest styles of high
cuts, tans, voiles at J. B. Collins
Mrs. (irover Isom and litttle
daughter, Aline, arrived Tuesday
from Konawa, Okla., to visit at
the home of Mrs. Isom's mother.
Dr. E. \V. Cox, veterinary
surgeon, who handles colts for
road and speed, makes a specialty
of city breaking and for ladies to
drive. Office at Brossau barn,
Four boar pigs pure breed one |
poland china. Kansas Strains bv j
Visit Luther Smith. S miles west'
and two south of Purcell.
The host platter, a piece of flannel j
j dampened with chamberlain's Lini-
ment and bound on over the affected
parts in superi >r to a piaster ami cists
only the tentli as much, hor sale hy i
IF YOU WANT A COAT
Our line of ladies fall furnishings
were selected from the best line
the market afforded. The latest
styles and fashions at prices
which are bound to please. We
are asking for your fall shopping
because we have the best of
bargains to offer you.
S. Y. Perkins 8 Co.
ST AH POOL HALL SHOP
First class tonsorial work
Agent for Com;i vita Hair
Tonic made by W. Pi. Bandy.
Last Chance For Free Soda
In the last three months we have
given away free over four hundred
cases of soda water, one with every
$•">.00 in groceries.
This offer ij extended for Octo-
ber and will be your last chance
for the year of getting free -;i>da.
Come in at file's.
I MAKE THE LOWEST
RATE OF ... .
.. Farm Loans..
Privilege to Pay Part or All After One Year.
Get Vour Abstracts For You
Buy or Sell your Land. Write Insurance. Renew your Loan.
See me if you want money, or want to save money.
.J. F. SIIOCKLEY,
Lexington, Okla. The Real Estate and Loan Man,
for sulky plows see Edgar J.' We print stationery.—Leader.
Keller, lie sells Admiral Sulky | r
grand Detour High Lifter Sulky, HeUvant to sell you the n
and Eagle New American Sulky j you need.—W. F. Brantley,
plow. . 1
A Big Stock on
Hand at our Yards
Wholesale or Retail
Archer Grain $ Lbr.
C 0 M P A N Y
why are times hard
Owing to the shortage in crops we are willing to help bear
the burden of the less fortunate farmer and are making our reduc-
tions on our fall and winter line of goods. We Quote below some
Knit jumpers, cotton and wool, tlOc values at-... 49c
$2.25 Sweater vests at $1.99
50c Men. Ladies and children underwear at .... 49c
Good cotton socks, regular price 15c per pair,
now 2 pairs for 24c
New line of men and boys fall suits just received. A
complete line of good selections at values from $7.50
to $1 K.IK), $5.00 boy- suits, ages 8 to 14 years for $3.00
1 hese arc only a few of the bargains we have to offer yoU.
•' rirs. Prompt delivery. Highest prices paid
Fivsh line of
J. G. Marsee
Biliousness is due to a disorded coil
dition of tbe stomach. Chamberlain's
Tablets are essentially u stomach nied-
i'ine, intended espetiu y to act ou
that organ; to cleanse it, strengthen it,
tone and invigorate it, to rezulate tbe
liver and to banish biliousness posi-
tively and effectually, tor sale by
; Don't trifle with a cold is good ad-
vice for prudent men and women. It
1 may be vital in case of a child. There
is lOthing better than Ohamberliain's
C'ough Remedy for congbs and colds <'n
children. It is safe and sure. Kor
sale by All Dealein
\ou are not experimenting on your-
self when you tike Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy f >i a cold as that prep-
c, i ■ . ., . aratiou has won .ts great reputation
Simple riixture Used In Lexington , . , .
.. . and extensive sa: by its rerrarkable
Many in Lexington are now using the
simple buckthorn bark and glycerine
mixture kno- n as Adler-i-ka. the new
German Appendicitis remedy. A SIN
(il.E DOSE relieves constipation, sour
stomach or gas on the stomach almost
INSTANTLY. This simple mixture
antiseptirizes the digestive organs and
draws ofl'tbe impurities and people are
surprised how QUICKLY it helps.
Sherman <fc Sherman Druggists.
Midnight In The Ozarks
cures of colds, an I . an always be de-
pended upon. It is equally valuable
for adults and children and may be
given to young children with implicit
confidence as it contains no harmful
drug. Sold by All Dealers.
Norman Okla,, Midi. 30, 1911.—This
certifies I have sold Hall's Texas Won-
der for malty vears aud recommend it
and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton, of j'? lleBt kl,lne>'. bladder and
Clay City,III., coughed and coughed ' T V" eVe' 8°ld'
li , i days treatment *i.(K) Frf Uv
He was in the mountains on the ad*] 1 kekd.
vice of five doctors, who said he had Texas Wonder
consumption, but found no beln in the'; A sm„il bottle of the Texas Wonder
climate, an,I started home. Hearing j ,.uree aM kil)lley bi(llll|(.r troilb,es
of Dr. Kind's Ne* Discovery, be began removing gravel, cure- diabetis weak
toosen.- "I believe it saved my life." j aD(| |ame lm,kHi rheui„uti«,. and ||
writes made new man of! Irrevnlaritlea of the hi.l..ev« ,.nd bled-
hat I can now do t.,„d work (ler in botll me„ W(jm" ,
io.'ain,. Mr a,I lung I,season, coughs, |,|«,idor troubles in children. If not
e .d.s la grippe. asthma, croup, p(lll| 5y your druggist will be sent bv
whooping cough, bay fever, hemor- | ,nail jn re,;eipt of One small
rhages hoarseness or qnin.y. its the j ,K)ttle is ,nimthp. freatment
hes known remedy. Price 5oc and ! Hellto,n fHils to f|I|;t # „
$l.0n. I rial bo-.tle free. Guaranteed w Hull st i \i * i ,
... ... . , " • 'tail, >t. i^ouis, Mo. Send for tea-
by All Druggists. i 4illl0nial8. 8olll by ,lrllnfigti-
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Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, October 20, 1911, newspaper, October 20, 1911; Lexington, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110489/m1/4/: accessed February 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.