The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, April 5, 1912 Page: 8 of 8
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tor pore food
ante-dating an state
and national iood laws
IVo .Alum-'No Phosphates
lie oa yoar quart*. Alum Pow
ders may be km.vvri hy l!?clr
pilce —10 or 2Sc. a lis
cr one ceul an
J. B. Collins for your spring sup-
plies—shoes, shirts, hats and evejy
thing in the gents' furnishing line.
We have all kinds of flower
seed. The Owl.
Rain held the hoards again Mon-
day and that with the many jokes
of April Fool day seemed to work]
a jonah on the collectors. It was
a hard combination to buck.
I have early cabbage and tomato
Marriage License—Earl B. Rich-|Pjantf< f(,r f"'® after_ Easter at my
ardson. 19, and Zella Parks. 18,
both of Lexington.
day, in the wei
place west of the Methodist church i
at 20 cer.' - per hundred.
28-2t W. F. Ethridge.
Mr.-. Oscar Monett of Nowata,
Okla., arrived Thursday 10 visit at
the home of her mother, Mrs. Mat-
tie Elkins fur a month. She has!
£ The New Burkett Garage
Just South Of Owl Drug Store
Dr. W. E. Walker has been suf
fering from la grippe the past ten I been visiting also at Norman
h Ed • Jarboe is expected home
Sunday fiom his three months trip
to Padueuh and Chickasha.
Lelia Pickard was here Friday.
Get your Easter hat Saturday at
Custer Burke was in Purcell
Wednesday on business.
See Mrs. McBee for any kind of
sewing at Mrs. Elkin's store.
Brighten up! We have a
complete line of paints and
varnishes The Owl.
M. C. Carr of Moore, candidate
! for countv clerk was here Wednes-
. < FOR SALE—80 acre farm,
Watch the show windows at Bet- best in state for the price,
tes CaSh Store. $4,000.00.
K. W. Allison returned from J" F' Shockley
Be sure to set out those shade
trees that are needed. Beautify
Norman Friday night.
■ Easter hats at
of Norman was j
J. M. Phillips
For Plows and Stalk Cutter see
Edgar J. Keller.
Roy Curtis was here from Okl-
lioma City Monday.
Door and window screens at the
Archer Grain & Lumber Co.
Mrs. Elmer Booker returned Fri-
day from a visit to Rosedale.
Lister Shares for all makes of
Listers at Edgar .J. Keller.
J. F. Shockley went to Oklahoma
O. E. Tucker made a business
trip to Oklahoma Citv Monday.
The best Sulkcy Plows on the
market for sale by Edgar J. Keller.
Tom Strickle of| Noble was here
Complete line of baseball goods
at the Palace Drug Store.
K. Blake is spending the week
at .Morrow. Ark.
See our base ball goods.
Maud Northcutt was among the
sick the forepart of the week.
Big lots of odds and ends shoes
at Bettes Cash Store.
O. E. Tucker made a business
call to Purcell Saturday.
See J. B. Collins' line of slippers
before buying for Easter.
is the trading day for
J. J. Brown of the Corbett neigh-
| borhood was here Saturday.
| S. W. Hutchin went to Norman
spring Hats at Mrs.
One good second hand 24-inch
Peter Schuttler wagon for sale
cheap.—Edgar .1 Keller.
Strother Ferguson of Norman
was here Sunday to spend the day
at the J. H. Ferguson home.
All kinds of garden seed. 2 l-2c
Robert Ramsey and Bruce Giv-1 >,er P^age. Phone 39.
ens spent the week end at Norman, j Leopold llle.
You dig the bait. We have , Bufck dement, prominent candi-
..... .. ..... ' date for county treasurer, was here
the fishing tackle. The 0WI.|from Noble Saturday.
Ilarry Brown was here from Ban-! A big reduction in price on
ner Saturday. buggies, carriages and harness,
see Edgar J. Keller.
.T. A. Molntire, prominent candi-
date for sheriff was here from Nor-
man Saturday. .
Dr. Walter Capshaw of Norman
was here Friday.
Richard Conklin and his father
were here Wednesday on business.
Huh Marcum was herefrom Ok-
lahoma City Thursday.
Dr. W. O. Coleman made a pro-
fessional trip to Maysville Thursday.
When you are in need of type- ]
writer paper see us, we can cut it
any size to suit your needs and be- i
aides we have the best in the mar-
lcet. The Leader.
, Work on grading the .roads
started here Thursday at 1 o'clock.!
In ten days time Lexington streets;
will he put in first class shaep.
\\. \\. Alexander 8 miles east
of town says the rabbits are very j
bad on die apple trees now. He |
says one is as yet unable to tell i
how fruit will turn out.
Don't forget to get out and clean
up. It will help the looks of Lex-
ington. and of your place and you
will feel better when you see the
Thomas Hooker of Route J! waa
in town Tuesday and paid the Lea-
der a visit. He thinks crop pros-
pects in this section better than for
four years past even if it is late.
Pearl Jobe, an old time resident
of Lexington, is here from New
Mexico visiting friends. This is
his first visit to Lexington in-som#
M. C. Newlander and family of
Purcell spent Sunday at the homes j
of Chas. Lissauer and Herman
Turk. They will move soon to |
Bettes will sell you a man or
boys hat at just what it cost Wat-
son and give you any piece of
hardware Jin the store. Come in i
Calls auswered promptly, General repair work and
supplies. Agency for Buick Automobile.
Monroe Burkett, Prop.
MRS. £. A. DENISON
Successor to S. S. Denison.
FIRE and TORNADO INSURANCE
FARM LOANS and REAL ESTATE
Office in old Picture Gallery Building.
Leopold llle seLls his coal onlyl(1 gep f()r elf R(.tt(,s C;lsh
by county weight. You L'et the| store
correct amount that you order.
its always good.
Sam Ward was
at Elkins Saturday.
ere Saturday 011
Easter St vie:
Jess Carman of Norman was here
To buy, sen or exchange prop-
erty, any kind, any where. Ad-
J. F. Shockley
J. F. Green and M. L. McJimsey
were in Friday and paid their sub-
E. A. Garrison went to Norman j scriptions.
r' ' | Bring your Laundry to the Star
Get4 "Steffens" ice cream, its Barbershop. We have the world
always good. The Owl. skinned 0,1 neat work'
See our base ball goods.
Matt Phillips was
doing some trading.
\ Stine was here
Our perfect photos please par-
ticular people. Try us.
L. P. Barker,
date for sheriff,
John Henderson, merchant, of
Helsel is now in town for a few
Buy your next pair of shoes or
your new hat at .1. B. Collins. He
is giving 20 per cent discount on
shoes and felt hats.
Ewing Abernathy went to Nor-
man Friday night to attend initia-
A delightful dinner party was
given Thursday evening by Mrs. R.,
A. Isom in honor of Mr. Isom'sf
birthday. The guests were Mr. and i
Mrs. E. .1. Keller and Mr. and Mrs.
To Exchange: Have a nice lev-
el prairie farm north of Hobart,
Oklahoma, to trnde for farm in
the timber belt of Cleveland or
Pottawottomie counties, see Neal
County .Judge F. B. Swank was
here Saturday. In company with
John Fox of Norman he went to"'
Rosedale Friday and came over to
Lexington to wind up some court
J. 15. Boeck of
Hurry 8 Henderson i
Successors to B. H. Rack ley S
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND LICENSED EMBALMERS <>
Prompt and Efficient Service c
Office Phone 82 Residence Phones 75 and 193 J
See Breeding. Everett it Marcum tion exercises of the Kappa Alpha | neighborhood was
if its real estate
Mrs. Will Neal of Purcell is
iting her brother A. (i. King
family this week.
Farmers Guar- frMtemity
J. B. Collins has a nice line of
gents, straw hats. Also a nifty line
of shirts—soft, plain and striped—
just the thing to suit your taste.
Have you seen
spring styles in hats.
Albert Brownell h;i
sick list this week,
the la grippe.
the showing of | i)orij Mundy
Mrs. Elkins (|)e weejj P,
Mrs. E. M.
of Wanette spent
J. B. makes Lexington every Mon-
day or Tuesday to deliver his week-
ly supply of butter and eggs to his
ninny customers here.
Fancy lump coal sold to you by
county scale weight. I don't claim
to sell coal any cheaper or better
here the guests of than anybody else, but I do give
\hernathy and Mrs. 2000 pounds fur a ton. Phone 89,
Breed to a Winner
BEN ALORA NO. 52662
Winner of the first prize at Oklahoma
Horse Show in 1911. Will make the season at
the Critcher barn. Investigate before booking
STEVENS & WATKINS
Dr. E. W. Cox, Caretaker and Trainer
as been on the
The next session of the county
court will convene April 22nd urt-
ler Judge Swank at Norman. The
trial calendar will be published
C. E. Meador of Norman was
here Saturday from Norman. Mr.
Meador is prim ipal of the Wash-
ington school at. Norman.
.T. I!. Collins for shoes, hats and
gents furnishings. Get your spring
needs of him. Remember 20 per
cent dis unit i 11 felt hats and shoes.
A man ren arked
"Sure, and we have
sured if the present
ui>. Bull frog- and
the other day
two crops as-
Who always gives the farmer the high-
est market price for Poultry, Eggs, Butter
and hides. Remember we have nothing to
sell, get your money and take advantage of
all the low prices in town.
Also agent for the
Fur Sale:-A good Chicago Cot-
' tage organ, mahogany finish, in
first class shape. Will sell cheap
I for cash. Enquire at this office.
Miss Ora Holland of Pauls Val-
ley was here Sunday. Miss Hol-
land teaches in the public schools
«f Pauls Valley.
\V. K. Breeding left Tuesday af-
ternoon for Hot Springs. Ark.,
where he will spend the next
month or six week.<
Maletha E. Tucker was appointed
guardian Saturday by Judge Swank
! of the county court for her minor
Enough wall paper for a room
for 75c and $1.00. Have sold a
number and every one well
Edgar J. Keller.
Have you taken advantage of
securing one of the handsome $1
maps of Oklahoma containing ev-
, ery town and city with its popula-
tion. Pay us your subscription j
and we will make you a present of
; the map.
Earl Richardson and Zella Parks
were married Sunday evening at
ten o'clock at the Parks home by
Rev. A. N. Miller of the Methodist
I church. The Leader wishes the
happy couple a long and happy
Charles Brownell will haul your
cleanup rubbish, trash, tin cans
and other refuse to the garbage
pile. See him when you get your
place cleaned up. He wants the
Norman is contemplating the
construction of a bridge over the
South Canadian at a point south-
west of the county seat. Soundings
have already been made. One
thing certain, the more bridges the
Big shipment of Window
screens, screen doors, just received
at the Archer Grain & Lumber Co.
See them when you need anything
in the way of screens or screen
Hear P. W. Booker at the Church
of Christ Sunday at 11 o'clock "Sub-
ject" (rods spirits bears witness
with our spirits that we
children of God Ram.
We have several pieces of choice
real estate for sale in Lexington.
Before you buy see us. We can
supply you with anything in the
way of cheap homes, houses to
rent etc. List your property with
us. Breeding, Everett ifc Marcum.
William Blanchard was electeed
mayor of Purcell Tuesday over
William Barrowman, his nearest
.opponest by a majority of 123.
The electiou aroused much interest.
The salary to the ottice is $1800
Say Bettes did you mean (that
everything in the store would go at
cost? Yes, I mean to sell every-
thing at just what it cost .Mr. Wat-
son. I can do that and then make
money. His cost mark is.
1 2 4 5 <; 7 * 0 0
Come in and see if I will do what
I say I will do, J. \V. Bettes
The Breeding, Everett & Marcum
Real estate co., this week closed
four deals for homes in -Lexington.
Residence properties were sold to
•I. M. Watson, Louis Moorhead.
Henry Dodson and M. Rolater.
The real estate market in Lexing-
011 is brightening up in good shape"
The city ordinance which states
that it is unlawful to allow ani-
mals to run loose, or be lariated
in the streets and alleys of Lexing-
ton will be enforced rigidly. See
that your stock is penned or else
1 , ,1 • expect the penalty of going to the
gard to property here. Many .m-, with a ^ at*taol" d.- W
provements and property changes, T S,()tt citv marg,)al
will no doubt take place the com-!
Ernest Kemp of Estancia. New
Mex.. arrived Wednesday to spend
:i week or ten days with his parents,
Low price 011 all window screens,
door screens, etc.. at the Archer
Grain & Lumber Co. Big ship-
ment just received. When mak-
ing your spring improvements, see
the Archer company for your sup-
With the opening of nice spring
weather, realty men here are feel-
ing some better over the number of
inquiries they are receiving in re-1
When you have a
should hear this lesson from
you .are going away on a
are the' when sickness is in your
8-16 all 1 when you have a social
John Taylor, a prominent farmer
of the route three neighborhood,
was in Saturday on business. Mr.
Taylor says that he has been taking
the Leader 21 years, which would
be hard to beat seeing that the
paper has been published that
number of years. "Couldnt very
well do without it" he says.
Gods j phone to No. 18 and
more than glad to make
of it. The Leader.
W. K. Breeding luis this week
bought three more residences in
Lexington. The purchase was
made from E. li. Cockrel of Okla-
homa City. Mr. Breeding is evi-
dently looking into the future of
Lexington the way he is buying
Mi. and Mrs. \V. C. Kemp and
family, who live east of Lexington.
Ibis is his first visit to Lexington in
some three years. Mr. Kemp likes
the New Mexico country but says
Oklahoma still looks pretty good.
Norman Finucane and family re-
turned Friday from a four months
visit to Broken Bow, Okla. They
: will remain here. Mr. Finucane
, reports that Finis Brown is doing
well there. The return to Lexing-
ton was made because of Mrs.
J. M. PYBAS
Zz. Monuments, Statuary, Vaults and Coping. 3
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