Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, December 1, 1911 Page: 5 of 8

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Market Regulated By Blake
We are offering to the public our regular price list on
icles that you need every day. We know that we
save you money on all your purchases but space will
permit us to give all of our bargains.
Here are a Few of Our Leaders:
Arm & Hammer soda, 10c size for 5c
Eagle Lye " " " oc
Axle grease " " 5c
Jet shoe dressing 5c
Argol starch 5c
3 cans of corn for 25c
3 cane of kraut 25c
Cranberries • • • • 10c pr qt
Baking Powder 10c " lb
Matches, three boxes for . 10c
Cabbage, a pound for - • ■ 21 -2c
Seven bars of Clarette soap • 25c
Five gallons of sauer kraut $1.20
Best coal oil on earth at 10c pr gl
Pure apple vinegar for 30c
Garrett bottled snuff, 25c bottle for 20c
Honest snnff tumbler, 25c bottle for '20c
We will pay 30 cents per doa for eggs. For good turkeys 10
cents per pound. Hens 5 cents per pound. Rabbits $1.00
per dozen, when the weather is cold enough.
! Look Oat For Oar Big Sale Which Starts In A Pev Days!
K. Blake
you can cat these,
they are so nice and
light. I mad? them
,f with It en 1 tli Ciub
„ 3a'..!r.g lYi.tlor."
,,, C .. tcaspoonful of Health Clu'u
, ; C • •'« as two of other brands
$15,000.00 worth of merchandise,
just in the prime of life all brand
new seasonable and tip to date
goods being sacrificed to the public.
We were forced to kill the. iriginal
selling price on these goods by
: doing so, we work them down so as
the public could buy up 'to-date
merchandise at a saving bf about
one third the cost to the manufac-
turer. Sale closes Dee. 7th. Thurs-
i day. .
TiiVie Table No. 19
Pass. Mi*, Hi*. Pass.
Lv.Dy Ar.Dy
A. M..
7 0()| Lehigh
| 7 3f>|Nixon
N 05 Tupelo
•S 40iStonewalf
cm spool
Eus( St. Loum, III.
is one who is lovely in face,
foroi, mind and temper. But
it 'is hard for a woman to be
charming without health. A
weak, sickly woman will be nerv-
ous and irritable. Constipation
and kidney poisons show in pim-
ples, blotches, skin eruptions
and a wretched complexion.
But Electric Bitters always
prove a godsend to women who
want health, beauty and friends
They regulate stomach, Liver
and Kidneys, purify the blood;
give strong nerves, bright eyes,
pure breath, smooth velvety
skin, lovely complexion and per-
fect health. Try them. 50c at
all druggists.
There will be a regular meet-
ing Saturday night at the Ma-
sonic Hall. Business of impor-
Real, estate loans and insur-
ance-One of the most active i «nce- A members requested
progressive real estate, loan and i present.
insurance men of this section.]
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Gibbons S.
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A. M
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A. M.
Traffic Manager, Purcell, Oklahoma
William Moutaw
Attorney At Law
Ofiior in Hecnrity Hfate Bank Bldg.
G. W. Hutchin, W. M.
out prominently
among the strong tangible evi-
dences of the steady growth
and development of this at-
tractive section of Oklahoma,
and at the same, time serving
as a bold confident prophecy of
a nearby future that is inevita-
ble to be splendid and marvel-
ous, we find the excellent firm
of J. F. Shockley dealer in real
estate, loans and insurance.
It is therefore a piece of the
happiest good fortune for a com-
munity to have just the right
kind of real estate men, as they
are generally among the very
first citizens with whom the
prospector, or homeseeker has
negotiations. Live, energetic,
There is something good in the
worst, there is something bad in
the best of us but the bargains at
S. Y. Perkins store, that will be
found during the mighty sale are
all without a flaw. You cant miss
this sale, you wont miss this sale,
it would be an injustus to your-
self. Sale closes Thursday Dec. 7.
Noticc to Creditor!
In the matter of the eRtatc of Wm. D.
Sims deceased.
All pereouB having claim* against Raid
Wm. 1). 8ime deceaned, are required to
exhibit the name, with the Decenary
vouchers, to the undersigned administra-
high-minded and honorable real ; tor of said estate, at the Hecnrity Htate
estate men can make or mar a I Bank in Lexington, County of Cleveland,
town—can hasten or retard de- j Oklahoma Territory, and that 4 month
Velopment in the surrounding have lieen limited an the time lor oredi-
country. tore to present their olaimF aga.nst said
lexington, is unusually fortu-1 e8tat .
f t
$15,000 STOCK TO BE SACRIFICED $15,000
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats Furnishings, Etc.
This stock of High Grade Merchandise is thrown at the mercy
of the Public for ten days. Every thing must be sold, nothing re-
served. Never before in the history of modern merchandising have
you ever had an opportunity like this, and it may never occur again.
Below Are A Few Of Our Offerings
50c Mens underwear 39c
50c Boys underwear 39c
$1.25 Ladies union suits 89c
50c " " " 39c
25c Mens fancy hose 15c
10c Canvas gloves 7c
35c Ladies tleece lined hose 23c
Sale Closes Thursday Hee. 7.
S. Y. Perkins 8 Go.
on, Oklahoma.
Sale in charge of the Franklin Sale System, Chicago and Dallas: the
worlds greatest sale experts and bargain givers.
nate in having such a firm as
that of J. F. Shockley Real
Estate, Loan and Insurance Co.
This gentlemn is minutely fa-
miliar with every tract of land
in this section. The subject of
this sketch, Mr. J. F.- Shockley,
was born and raised at Atlanta,
j Ga., and lias been located in
! this section for the past '20
I years. Before engaging in the
j real estate business he was act-
lively engaged in farming, nad
| for the last ten years he has
ibeen prominently engaged in the
j real estate and loan business.
i His long residence in this sec-
tion, his practical experience in
| farming, combined with his
| knowledge of the condition
| of the land question and other
information makes him proba-
] bly one of the best posted and
j best informed realty men of
! this section. He has always list-
ed upon his books for sale some
! of the most desirable farms as
1 well as city property. He also1
makes a specialty of furnishing
abstracts of titles to those seek-
ing a homestead or to the in-
1 vestor in farm lands or city
j real estate. In this line he is
thoroughly conversant and he
j furnishes abstracts w hich are
absolutely accurate in every de-
scription from start to finish,
and any one contemplating buy-
; ing land in this section should
j first call upon J. F. Shockley
'and secure an abstract of title.
Another feature in his loan de-
partment, he is always willing
| and prepared to make satisfac-
tory loans on farm, and city
property on application, pre-
sented with good securities, and
t at the very lowest rate of inter-
| est to be obtained anywhere,
giving the one borrowing the
| privilege to pay part or all after
| the first year. Another con-
' venience is the large and re-
sponsible insurance companies
which Mr. Shockley represents.
These fire insurance companies
are recognized as the most re-
liable companies in America,
and in settling up a loss with
these companies there are no
vexatious delays, or litigation
necessary in agreeing to an ami-
cable settlement, as the compa-
nies are always willing to set-
tle any and all losses in a sat-
isfactory manner to all parties
! directly concerned. TakerT alto-
gether this realty firm is one
of Lexington's most beneficial
institutions, which has done a
great deal in assisting the up-
i building of Lexington a.id its j
! surrounding country.
Dated the 20th day of November 1911.
E. M. Abernntby,
(II 3t| Administrator,
Read This
Norman Okla., Mch. 30. 1911.—This
certifies I have Bold Hall's Teias Won-
der for many years and recommend it
to be the best kidney, bladder and
rheumatic remedy 1 have ever sold.
80 days treatment $1.00. Fred Kbsd.
Texas Wonder
A small bottle of the Texas Wonder
cures all kidney and bladder troubles,
removing pravel, cure* dianetis, - eak
ant lame backs, rheumatism and all
irregularities of the kidueys and blad-
der mi both men and women, regulates,
bladder troudles in chiidren. If not
sold by your druggists will be sent by
mail in receipt of 11.00- One Bmall
bottle is two months, treatment and
seldom fails t" perfect a cure. I)r. E
W. Hall, St. l/ouis. Mo. Send for tes-
timonials Sold by druggistN.
Norman - Oklahoma
Reni. Phone A3 Ktoei. Phone 125
Office of
Kobbbt Tbacwwm Emmbtt Tbaoeib
General praetioner* off Medicine and
Surgery. 8 pee ml attention given to Klee-
Offiee--Lexington Hotel BTd'g Phont 40
Leiington Lodge No. 72, A. F. 1 X. M
Meets Saturday night on or before
the fall moon and 2 weeks after.
All Masons in good standiog in*
vited. B. W. Hotohin,
ChaH. Williams, Bee'jr. W. M.
Hutchin & Burke
Attorneys :it Law
PostoHice Huilding
Alexander &
Contracting Engineers
Phone 168 NORMAN, OKLA.
H. H. Everett
Lexington, Oklahoma,
CLude Dilden
General brick contractor. All kinds
of brick work handled with best o
workmanship. Kepair work.
Lexington, Okla. At tinrkett (iarajre
Pure hog lard. 12 I 2c at Dutch's
3. At J. B. Collins you will
lind No. 3 shoes ranging in
price from $2.00 fo $3.50 reg-
jular, now at $1.00 to $2.00.
Bring in your No. 3 teet and
get them shod in good shoes at
low prices.
Manhart (it Ferreter, Proprietors
Dinners 20c. Short Orders. Chilli, etc.
Fish, Ovsters and Game in Season
Call and
see us at the
same old stand
1 MA
KATE OF ....
. . I
rami Loans ..
ege to Pay Part or All After One Year. ,
(*Ot 1
oiir *\bstrnats For Von
Buy or Sell yo
ur Land. Write Insurance. Renew your Loan.
t See me if
yon want money, or vtaiit to save money.
.Si .
1\ SllOCKI .
i.txinyton. Ok
la.. The R< al ISntate anil Loan Man.

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