Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, December 1, 1911 Page: 8 of 8
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We soil monuments, statuary, vaults, coping.
J. M. PYBAS, Agent.
E Lexington, Oklahoma.
AS TOLD TO US
We print stationery.—Leader.
For harness repair see Horttor.
Tell it t • the Ix-ader.
it to the world.
I'm cigar for a good highway.
Keep to the right on public
Let Us Gin Your Cotton
We have one of the best equipped gins in the
country, and want to do your ginning. We can
gin forty bales every ten hours, and have every-
thing in shope to do the best work. We to treat
everyone alike, and first come is first served.
ANTITRUST GIN COPMANY
W. F. Brantley Mill 8 Grain Go.
We have good supply of corn, corn chops
and meal on hands. Try our chops and meal;
always good and fresh. If your grocerymau
hasn't got our chops and meal, he will get
them for you.
Be sure to see us when you want corn, as we
have a good supply on hand.
WB WANT YOUR BUSINESS
W- t. Brantley Mill $ Grain Go.
. The best coal oil at 5 gallons for
Breakfast bacon. 16c per lb. 50c at Ille's Grocery Store.
Dick Travis. '
T l. ca J u • ' Farm loans: low rate: special
Jack Ethridge was a business . c
caller to Norman Monday. p Shockley.
antedating an state
and national food laws
60 acres land to
rent, see When you need a good pair, of!
shoes call on J. C. Dowdy.
Stop in at Dowdy's and see that
new line of shoes.
Three cans of corn
cents. Dick Travis.
A good farm to rent for crop rent,
see Jack Fairchild.
Smoke one Uni cigar and you
will smoke another.
Hub Marcum of Oklahoma
City spent the week end with
See Dutch for pure lard at
Just out a novelty cigar,
"The Pegs" Pull the peg and
for both men and women, girls
and boys, all prices at
We want to sell you the corn
you need.-*W. F. Brantley.
Deputy Sheriff Lon Higbee
was a visitor to Norman Mon-
No Alum—No Phosphates
your surd. Ala
price—10 or ISe.
Coal oil! Coal oil! The kind
you have been paying fifteen and
twenty cents a gallon for at Ille's
for 10 cents.
FOR SALE—80 acre farm,
best in state for the price,
J. F. Shockley
Mrs. E. J. Breeding went to
Norman to visit her daughter,
Allie, who is attending the state
For Sale: An extra good Durham
milk cow. Gives 3 gal. milk per
dav. See me at my home 1 mile
! north and 4 3-4 east of* Lexington.
Harry Brown was in Lexing-
cow fresh ton Saturday. His school at Ban-
soon for sale by Ben Dodson Lex- ner opened Monday
We carry a complete line
( Oliver Brosseau was a busi-
I ness visitor to Oklahoma City
of watches, rings and all kinds
The Owl Drug Store.
Will lie Served *\l The I'alaee
i Julius F. Benke, the Uni ci-
gar man, was here from Nor- i
man Tuesday. Dr. E. W. Cox. veternary. has lo-!
rvr* <-« ja I. „ ;|t the Critcher barn and
DR. S. D. \\ !LS0l\ beii:^ stranger, visit.- will be'
POST GRADUATE DENTIST!' :"h it" H'"ivalent-
"V. - •• . . Fresh ground bones will make
work n specialty. i your JC per pound hens lay 30c
O//ire Over Jimes <1 Kc ,n ,l,r.s l'er dozen eSgS-
phone 233 residence 103 James Crawford.
See H. H. Everett, the live auc-
Mr. and Mrs. Grocery Buyer!
^ ou should be careful what kind of groceries you buy. We have
the cleanest and best in the market and the price is right. When
you want something good to eat phone to the
J. H. Ferguson Grocery Co.
The new fountain and drink urn will be open
for business in the evening.
Hot coffee, bouillon, chocolate and sandwlche-
Afa/ce Our Store \*our Head(jiifir-
ters That Day,
Sherman 8 Sherman
It is time to have you winter
suit and overcoats cleaned and
I pressed. Talk to H. B. Golden.
Now is the time to buy your
blankets and comforts. Rucker
has them at the right prices.
L. (■. i'antier, Doctor of Dental
Surgery. Otlice ever the Chickasaw
National Bank, Phonet319, Purcell,
To buy, sen or exchange prop-
; erty, any kind, any where. Ad-
■J. F. Shockley
Miss Sallie Bohannon was
down from Norman on a visit
to her parents the latter part
I of the week returning Monday
A New Manager
Mr. I. C. Summers is now in full charge
of the B. H. Rackley Furniture Store
on east Main. Bargains of all kinds
in new and second hand furniture. It
will pay you to investigate before
buying your furniture.
S. G. Summers
New And Second Hand Furniture
Try a package of our "Vas-
sar Chocolates." They are
fresh and fine.
The Owl Orug Store.
A lightning strike in prices,
j enables us to sell these suits
| for less than the cloth in them
i is worth. Come and see the
suits at the prices quoted .
For Lease: A forty acre tract
of land in section 6 of township
4 north, range 2 east, for a term
of years. Write or call on C. T.
Rice. Purcell, Okla. Phone 238.
Thangsgiving Day is over. We
I have enjoyed a big Turkey Dinner
and m> doubt have pleased the
inner man. Rut remember that
the "Mighty' Bargain fe.'.-t -it
S. V. Perkins A <'<>. is -till on the
menu. If you ei.joyed your turkey
dinner and pleased the inner man.
| why not take advantage of the
(mighty sacrifice, and clothe the
outer imin Thursday. t>ec. 7th. is
eloping, ilay of this sale. Be sure
to attend for nothing like it ever
hsppetv d before
tioneer. when you want a good
auctioneer for your sales. He cries
them all. There's a reason.
Lexington looked like a real
celebration town Saturday. Oh,
you'll have to check it to us,
we have some business town.
Have you investigated the
premium offer of Edgar J. Kel-
ler? It will pay you, and the
premiums are shown in the
If you need any groceries go and i
e Ille. He buys for cash and
1 Clothes Insurance I
\ou run no risk in ordering your clothes from us we
back every garment we produce with our reputation.
We specially guarantee that we will replace every
unsatisfactory garment with a new one, whenever
the fault lies in defective cloth, tailoring or lining.
We use only Honor Bright Fabric, no unworthv
piece of cloth is permitted in our line.
W e guarantee that every stitch in every garment is
sewed-with the best silk that money can buy. We
guarantee that all canvas and stay tape used by
us is water shrunk and that the faults of all [coats,
no matter the price, are unbreakable and shape re-
taining. \ our money s worth or your money hack.
sells for cash and does not have to ^3
take up bad debts. All his grocer- ^3
ies are freshnnd clean.
LOST: A milch cow, a brindle SZ
jersey^ short horns, three years
Friday. Finder please return to ————
me at my home 4 miles east
and 3-4 south of Lexington.
J. G. Pinkston.
Rig Bargain: $300.00 will get
you a good 80 acre farm, balance
in 5 years at ti per cent, this is a
rare, chance, get farther particulars.
Francis Mason. Route 5 Lexington
Okla. Have also 40 acres unim-
proved Rsd River second bottom
land which 1 will exchange for live
WINS FIGHT FOR LIFE : %
It was a long and bloody bat- 5
tie for life that was waged by -J
James B. Mershon, of New
Ark, X. .J., of which he writes:
"I had lost much blood from =2
lung hemorrhages, and was very Jg
weak and run down. For eight
months I was unable to work. '«
eath s 'emed close on my heels, .5
when I began, three weeKs ago
to use Dr. King's New Diseov-
ery. But it has helped me JJ
greatly. It is doing all that you
claim." For weak, sore lungs,
obstinate coughs, stubborn colds
hoarseness, lagrippe, asthma, 5*
hay-fever or any throat or lung g!
trouble it is supreme. 50c and
$1.00. Trial bottle free. Guar- *5
anteed by all druggists.
|Clothes Don't Make The Manlf
iBut They Sure Do Help The Looks.!
They make his appearance good, autla well
appearing man may go anywhere and be
welcome. ; :
We are handling the celebrated Ferguson
<fc intiey line of Men's Shirts and Star
5 Star Shoes and they are giving satisfac-
tion to the wearers. We have a full line of
limits Furnishing*, visit our st«.;-e. Fir.«t
door ea«t of Boat right k vVharton's
J. C. DOWDY i
LEXINGTON, gj| OKLAHOMA?
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Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, December 1, 1911, newspaper, December 1, 1911; Lexington, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110495/m1/8/: accessed March 25, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.