The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, May 10, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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The Lexington Leader
Hardif. & Jenks. Propiiietoks.
Eut«-rtil At the posinfflce lit I.exiuRtoii
Okl*. Second-cits* mail matter.
P. Barker of Noble, prominent
herilf was shaking
FRIPA^, MAY 10, 1912
Sinning at Mr. Newvill last Sun
day night was well attended.
Rev. Jack Fairchild was the
guest of Tom Oliver last Thursday
Miss lielia Pickaul and Bessie I night.
Seig spent the week' end with! Miss Eky Brown came in from
I home folks at Noble and Norman.! Edmond Saturday for a visit with
Mr. Wade and daughter
the week end with their son.
"UrJ ' authorized to make the Miss Christine Olson transacted Dnve Hill bought a new cotton
tn ' business in Chickasha Friday and planter Ifcndajfi
uuiouncemcnts subject to . S. A. Ward is having a new
democratic pn-; ■ ^ Town]ey of Purcell | woven wire fen.- put up around his
, •, , yard which helps the looks of the
ih spending the week with her; ^ wonilt.r(uiiy.
mother-in-law Mrs. S. K. lownley. i \i;,u \f.,rv ltr
Don't forget to come to the eing-
..ig convention at Corbett the 2nd
pniTTF OXF* to unci ay in May. #
\11 omiannppmpnts carried in KUL1 The school picnic Saturday was
, i f P it thp Fred Ellsworth of Oklahoma City all that could be expected especial-
this column-nre chWd for «. Ch< ^ ^ ,ve,.k. Iy
following rates: For . tate "'"cer , ^ j Sawyer is plowing corn this Ila Kirkland visited at the home
$15.00; for District offices, $10.00, • ul t j of John Ward Saturday and Sun-
J, tin m- tnr Town, week with a two row cultivator,
for County offices, $10.00, for town ,aay.
-hin offices $2.60. Fees for an-|wlt1'H"0'1 J Misses IVarl and Johnny W hit-
^ , • i • „,i Mr. Marvin Bowling slipped off ge(t visited at Lexington the last
nouncements must be paid ad-1 Wedn(,sdny an(, waB l)f the week.
vance of first ,«tbltcaUon All an- ^ the npxt „( Miea Laura j A large crowd attended the con-
nouncements carried until tne pri ; cert at the close of* school at Uoci
Nolan, retarding Frjday. , -Springs. Fri.lav night.
Miss Christine Olson transact.1
We are authorized to make tnt
the action of the
mar.v August <>. 1912.
Fou Coxgkkss 5th District.
J. W. Mansell.
F. iu Representative.
J. J. Brown.
FOR C.H NTY Jcphe.
F. 1!. Swank, (re-election)
J. A. Mclntire.
L. P. Barker.
L. B. Higbee.
W. D. Maxey.
Fill! C'Ot-NTY Cl.EKK.
J. M. [lurch.
Floyd E. Westervelt.
John W. Furray.
M. C. Carr.
For County Attorney.
George (i. Graham.
For Register of Deeds.
J. E. Carrier.
For Clerk op District Court. ,
Tom Cheatwood(re-election) j eaxes 'l u
wifp and chile
ili'r. E. W. Ne.l.lo of Topeka.
Kansas, is visiting at the home of
her father, Henry Tarp.
Miss Eva Spencer was a Purcell
S. 1'. Tucker lett Tuesday tor a
few weeks stay it Fort Worth.
Mothers' day will be fittingly ob-
served at Liberty next Sunday. A
nice little program has been ar-
ranged and the Banner Singing
choir will render some appropriate
Mrs. J. IT. Crisswell of Purcell
spent Saturday and Sunday with
her parents, J. W. Spencer and wife
Mrs. Maude Robinson is an Okla-
homa Ciny visitor.
Mr. I). Bakhaus a resident of the
Canada district died Tuesday after
noon after a short illnes
Mis- Mary Brown returned Sat
urday from a trip to New Mexico
and western Oklahoma.
The closing exert i.ses of the \ al-
ley Grove school were well attended.
The program rendered by the school
was excellent and the short talks by
F. B. Swank and Prof. Roberts
were enjoyed by all. The music
furnished by th Roberts . Home
band added greatly to the program.
Where CHAD'S LICE KIL-
LER fails to kill every mite,
head and body louse, stick-
tight, or any flea, or cure (fny
ease of gapes, limberneck or
scaley-leg on chickens, or any
case of dog. horse or cattle
mange, or kill dog tleas, horse
and cattle lice and ticks
where instructions are fol-
lowed. Sold and guaranteed
bv Hackler & Co. in Lexing-
ton, and Dr. Baird's Drug
Store in Piycell.
Chad's Lice Killer Co
J. F. Shocfcley
• " n —H8M—
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to thank the brethren
and sisters and our .many good
frierds for their kindness and close
attention to our dear one during
his sickness and death. May our
Heavenly Father's blessings be
upon you all.
Mrs. Martha Black an.] children.
Homer McComb for Clerk
In our announcement column
this week will be found the name
.of Homer McComb of Normanask-
i linn.™ of heart ing for the support of the voters of
He was well known and Cleveland, county subject to the
,f friends beside a I act,on of the "nmar-V AU«USC °'
hildren who will miss
Homer has lived in this county
I since 1S90, the year after the open-
him greatly. j ing, coming here from Jacksboro,
R E Gamble of Purcell was a' Texas, where he was born and
pleasant caller at the Spencer raised. After coming to Oklahoma
I he spent bis time on his father s
home Sunday. j farm ;n wegt until 1907 when
For County Treasurer.
R. E. (Ruck) Clement,
S. W. Hutchin
For County Superintendent.
k'nte Rirbour ! • I ,n !S-1 wesi unui
„ ] Misses Erudia Spencer and Susie jie move<i to Norman. After com-
For Commissioners for 2nd Dist. Holromb and Mpm„. Wedey Spen. | ing ,he countv geat he took a
Gus Medeans. j ^ Noble calierg Sunday af. 16pecial business course m a busi-
Sol Ward. ! | ness college at Oklahoma City and
ternoon. , , i is recognized as one of the best ac-
It is one thing to say it put do-, countants that the school has
■! turned ont. During the past
W. D. Milam
For County Weigher.
® John F. Taylor,
^ 1 (..< HI III .IlilH tlltlL mv .....
ing it is an entirely different propo-1 turned out. During the past four
Livi Daniels has been
with severe pain from a
jaw, is slowly iniproveing.
Miss Fannie JJaynes and Emma
Oliver were the guest of Cora
Northcutt last Sunday.
Quite a large procession followed
the remains of grandpa Johnson
last Friday morning.
Miss Winnie Travis of Lexington
spent Saturday night and Suyday
with Mrs. . Mary Waddle
Miss Dollie Rose spent last Sat-
Mirday wirh Ruth Hill near \ alle\
sit'on. This may apply to a cer
1 taiu stretch of road 1 1-2 miles
north of Lone Star. Traveling i-
.UHTHlg , .
broken "''"lgerous there any time but mort
so at night and several bad acci-
dents have been narrowly averted
Public saftv demands that tin
dition lie remedied and it
the road officials 11« get bu-
Rose Kill Items
Singing at Chappell Hill Sunday
veiling was well attended.
Quite a number from here at-
near tended the entertainment at Cor-
bett Saturday night and all reported
a nice time.
Lewis Owen and wife were the
guests of J. A. Haynes and wife
.J. H. Dare and family spent Sun-
day with J. I! \\ ood and familv.
Mr. and Mrs. Moseley spent Sun-
day at the home of J. H. Martin
Pearl (ireen spent Sunday with
Sells only drugs of
By selling such drugs
tyE GET THEM
years he has served two years as
"deputy county treasurer and two
years as deputy county clerk, there-
by acquainting himself thoroughly
with the duties of the office and
knowing best how to handle them
c If elected he will run the ortice
up tn'f"rt'"' salary allowed to the.clerk
without any further additional ex-
pense to the taxpayers of the coun-
ty. That he is qualified to run the
office is attested by a visit to the
office. He keeps the bonks up in
His democracy is of the texas
democratic stripe and all true dem-
ocrats know what-that -pells. His
father is a life long democrat and
the son has been raised in the
cause of democracy. He has al-
ways worked for the -u.ee-- of the
It Homer McComb i- nominated
and elected Cleveland county will
have a county clerk whose fitness
and qualifications are in keeping
witU the position of the state's,ban-
ner county. When you go to the
August ti. remember and
kkpokt of the condition ok the
SECURITY STATE BANK
Of Lexington in the state of Ok- j
lahoma at the close of business j
April IS, 1912.
L ins and Discounts ~3: .-H!7.(i7
Overdrafts, secured and
Stocks, bonds warrants.
etc.. ... 2,S30.4«J
Furniture and Fixtures 1,^46.00
Other real estate owned /02.70
Due from banks lo.OoS.sG
Checks and other cash
Live stock account
Cash in bank _
Capital stock paid in . $10,000.00 ,
Surplus fund 2,250.00
Undivided profits, less ex-
penses and taxes paid 1,019.55
Due to Banks 21.12
Individual deposits sub-
ject to check 49,671.74 |
Time certificates of de- I
Cashier's checks out-
standing 240.02 j
State of Oklahoma, County of,
I, Robt. M. Evans, cashier of the i
above named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is J
true to the best of my knowledge I
and belief, so help me God.
Robt. M. Evans, Cashier.
Subscribed p.nd sworn to before
me this 27th day of April. 1912.
E. M. Abernathy,
Robt. M. Evans.
to a Winner
BEN ALORA NO. 52662
Winner of the first prize at Oklahoma
Horse Show in 19.11. Will make the season at
the Critcher barn. Investigate before booking
E. W. Cox, Caretaker and Trainer
Notice To The Farmers
We are using a Cotton Seed Culler
two Jays in a week, Fridays au.l
Saturdays and will until cottion
planting time. Will cull at other
times if the demand requires it.
give due consideration to one who
Annie, Myrtle. Rosy and (>raey wj]j appreciate your vote, Homer
Rick Hughes spent the week end _
with his eister, Mr-. Steele and Lexington Defeats Purcell.
f :i. The county seat aggregation of
.. i i •< , hall players from McClain county,
Mmerath and w.fe spent ^ ^ defe;Ued gunday
Sunday at the home of H. Dare by the local team in a we]j piayed
and family. game by a score of 3 to 2. It was
Hullan Ballard spent the week one of the prettiest games of the
end at the home of W. H. Owen. ^Mori, and sharp clean fielding by
. . . . . both teams kept the score down in
Grandma Tucker is visiting at big )eague gty]e. (;ist pitching for
the home of her daughter, Mrs. purce]| struck out eleven men
A. P. Baxter. while Earl Stevens for the locals
Mr-. Ira Lassiter died Sunday made ten of the McClain countv
afternoon at 1 o'clock at the home bovs bite the dust lexington
, ,, , .., scored two runs in the third on
of her mother. Mrs. Lawsun. • Mi- Umely bitting 80a>e good base
leaves a husband and three children runnjng an,j that Jead was held
to mourn her death. Funeral -• r- throughout the jmie. -, ,>re by
A. Good Matt Gone
The subject of this sketch. Bro.
A. B. Black, was born in South
Carolina Nov. 22 1847. Died May
first 1912. Married Nov. 3rd. 1s. 0.
Notice For Hearing Upon Pe-
tition To Murtgage Real
In the County Court in and for
Cleveland County. Oklahoma.
In the Matter of the guardian-
ship of Seward P. Tucker. Mahle
I). Tucker and Silas Floyd Tucker.
To all persons interested: —You
first 1912. Married Nov. -'Ud. 1S(0. (nnd eucj. of vou ,ire hereby notified
To this union was burn ten children. thflt Molontbn E. Tucker, as guar-:
Seven of whom are living, one dian o! Seward P. Tucker. Mabld
-,'irl and -ixh'iv-. Ills wife and these I. .p., I. , .,,,1 <;i . . IT 1 ^ l Tnrlccr f
girl and six boys. His wife and these
children are left to mourn his loss.
At the age of 26 Bro. Black was
converted and joined the Antioch
Missionary Baptist church in Fay-
ette county Ala. and'lived an ex-
emplary christian life till the end.
Wheras it has pleased Our
Heavenly Father to call from us
our dear brother.
Be it resolved that our church
has lost afaithful member who was
ever ready to help at any. and all
times in every department of our
Lord's work. He was a loyal citi-
zen. business man and christian
While we deeply feel his loss yet
we bow in humble submission to
him who does &11 things well.
I). Tucker and Silas Floyd Tucker,
minors, has this day obtained an
order for a hearing upon her peti-
tion to mortgage the above and j
foregoing minors interests in and
to the Northw. st Quarter of Section
Ten (10) in Township Seven (7)
North >4 Itange One (1). W est of
the Indian Meridian in Cleveland
County. Oklahoma, for the some
of $1(500.00, said money to be used
in paying off the mortgage, inter-
est. expenses and cost that is now
against said real estate, and is ne-
cessitated by reason "t the necess-
ity of making a new loan, to pay
off the old loan of $1400.00 now-
held by the Deming Investment
Company. A hearing will be had
\ \ f t /
Palace Drug Store
We know the
lings well. on game at county court room at
loveliest Mower T nL-liilmnm on the 25th
at Box bv
• >f frit'ii.l-
1.1 3 s
'1 2 •">
Ja- k Et
rd went tn Nob!' * t-
pr- eeded to N rn. 11
attend commission, r -
>. A. W
R. E. May and family visited
W. S. Bowlans Stnday.
We have several pieces of choice
re.,1 este.t' 1 >r -al> in L- xington.
Before you :>uy -ee We can
supply you with fuything in the
way of .-heap hom>--. houses to
rent etc. List your property with
us. Breeding. Everett .V Marcum.
Lexington, Oklahoma, on the 25th
day of May, 1912, at which time
and place all persons may appear
and show cause, if any there be,
why said petition shall not be
F. B. Swank
W. L. Eagleton,
Attv. for Petitioner. M-10-34
must fade but the fragrance re-
mains so the influence of our bro-
thers chistian life will abide with us
and ever inspire us to more faithful
endeaver. Blessed are the dead
who die in the Lord they rest from
their lobors and their works do fol-
Resolved-That our heart-felt sym-
pathy is exteded to the bereaved
family and that we will try to imi-
tate his quiet christian life and will
wait for that final day of rejoicing
when we will be reunited on the
sunny shores of good eternity.
Further resolved-That a copy of
these resolutions be spread upon choice Mebane*cotton seed l>j
niir minute and a copy ' e sent to
t: !.• xii irton Leader for publica-
Attorney At Law
Otlire in Securit y State Bunk Hlilp.
See our base ball goods.
For Sale:—One hundred bushels
Low at the S. I. Williams Gin.
■ r •!
•f M iv
Loiw ('. (
Shares for J-ihn De< r. Eagle,
id Canton plows ;,t Edgar
ji Lo;!n Co.. of St. Joseph<
tlrai.i i) off.ee (iuthrie.
r- and i^est tern.-.
T. A. Denis.-n.
A bargain! A
top of hill, cave, good deep v.ell,
-..'Land lot- well drained. Undoubtedly
Missouri one of the be-t bargains in I.-xin::-
Lowes: ton. Price $450. $150 down and
balance on monthly payments*
See Jack Ethridge.
N. E. 5HARP
Norman - Oklahoma
Lexington Lod^e No. 72. A. F. A A. M
Meftf SftturdHy night on or before
the full moon and 2 weeks after.
All Mrboup in tfoud standing in-
vited. J. P. Perkins.
ChaS. Williams, Seo'y. W. M.
The Old Reliable
E. VV. COX. formerly of Norman
is loi-nfed at the Critcher? Bam
- answereil .Inyor iii>tlit. Phone -i
Hutchin (X Burke
Attorneys .it Law
PjHtr.ttice Bn Iriiog
| LEXNG I ON, OKLAHOMA.
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