The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, June 7, 1912 Page: 5 of 8
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Has the most complete stock of
hardware and implements in this
part of Oklahoma and they invite you
to call and inspect their stock.
They carry a full line of John Deere implements, in=
eluding plows, cultivators, double and single row, disc
cultivators, disc and drag harrows.
If you want a good buggy call and examine the Velie
Wrought Iron Line with beds that cannot come apart and
single reach perfectly braced. Better buggies than the
Velie are not made.
Turn Stricki w. - here from No-
ble Sunday t6 spend the d#y with i
Miss Ruby (irillin was Jthe
of Mis- Alma Fau'.s in Purcell Fri-
day and Saturday attending the
commencement exerci-< - of the
Purcell High School.
The Thompson Crown mower
has two speeds for sal* hv Edjar J.
J. W. Belew was in Saturday
from the Corbett neighborhood and ,
I left us a nice order for job work.
Mr. Belew has opened up a stock
of groceries at his store a mile and
a half northwest of Corbett and lie
is preparing to save the farmers as
mucli as possible on any good-
they should chance to need. Mr.
I He lew is one of the -trong n publi-
cans of his neighborhood and takes
an active interest in >1 iti, s : s w 11
| as business.
11' It's l^urniture
vol* AKK LOOK!\(i K<>11 SKK
I. (•-. SUMMERS
New and Second Hand Furniture
rrox, - oivLA.
base ball yoocf.
We cany everything [needed for
;i complete haying outfit--McCormick
mowers, Dain mowers, sweep rakes,
power lift rakes, steel rakes, and we
are agents for Dain, Peerless and Ea-
gle hay presses either self feed or
ham! feed, with or without an engine.
If you want an engine, we are
agents for the Stoner engine, many of
which have been sold in this locality
and have given the most perfect sat-
isfaction. This engine can be fur-
nished in size from one horse power
to on^ hundred horse power.
wanting an engine or hay press, as
we handle only the best thaf the mar-
ket affords, and can get them quickly.
W-' are agents also for tli
Corn Silo, and would be pleasei
irame you prices oil any size you may
want. Made of either yellow pine,
red wood or Oregon fir. Von can
save the price of a silo in two seasons
and have the best stock food m the
world by using a silo.
We also handlethe Majestic Range
and Jewel gasoline stoves and ranges
and there is nothing better in their
If you want to build a barn let us
figure with you on galvanized iron to
cover it with. We carry only 28
gauge, and handle it in car lots and
can make you as close prices as any
lack of rheumatism,
many friends will he g
I him soon as sound - a ti'
•Tust arrived a nice line
erators at Edgar .1. Keller
with an at-
THE BEST OF EATS
The Merchant's Cafe
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MRS. E. A. DENISON
iucccssor to S. S. Dcuison.
i is a.candidat
| lierc Saturd:
j voters. Mr.
i the Leader
rrler of Norman, Clevt -
register of deeds, who
for re-election, was
y mingling with the
Carrier .is publishing
; report in this issue of
and it would do the
voters well to r ad it < arefuHy.
j A line six room residence proper-
ty, water, in good repair within two
blocks of center of busi-
ation. A bargain if taken at
id for cash. See
LOANS and REAL ESTATE
Picture Gallery Building.
tion of h
Emmet tiraham of Norman was
■re Saturday with advertising ma-
terial for the state university senior and already has lucrative
class play which will be staged Fri-' offered to him by hospital
We have a full stock of Ameri=
can fencing-, the best made, weighing
190 pounds to the roll of 20 rods.
You have a fence when you put up
We also have a good stock of
American Poultry and Rabbit fence,
which every farmer ought to have
around his orchard.
We carry a full line of plumbing
goods, packing of ail kinds pumps,
pipe fittings, etc.
Call on the Beringer Hardware
for anything in their line, and you
will get close prices for good goods.
Yours for Business
THE BE RINGS!
i son Jesse, who gradu-
from St. Louis I'niver-
took a medical course
litals at Col-
day evening at Brown's opera house jorado Springs and S|. Joseph. Mis-
in Purcell. Emmet is a former souri. lie is undecided as to
Lexington hoy and graduates this j which one lie will accept but his
year from the state's big school. I favorable choice seems to be the
He has taken an active part in all j one at Colorado Springs. Before
school affairs and has "made | going to St. Louis Jesse attended
the state university at Norman and
made a great record while there. |
He continued this record at St. j
Louis and graduated with high hon-1
ors. Jesse is another Lexington j
boy who has made good and his I
many friends here wish him con-
! One good second hand •'!.
Old Hickory wagon for
cheap.—Edgar J. Keller.
Mrs. MoFadden and son Sammy
returned Thursday from a trip to
Paoli, Oklahoma, where they visited
j Mr; John Wright for several days.
William Barnard was here from
Norman Saturday. He says he i-
going to pass up the political game
| this year,
| (). K, Berke of Oklahoma ( ity
j was here Saturday. Mr. Berke is
one of the hustling real estate men
j of the metropolis and owns some
j Lexington real estate also, lie is
I well impressed with our city :.d
| says although small the oppi ti'-: l-
here are great.
Master Searcy Shackelford oi
Wynnewood, Oklahoma, arrived
Friday afternoon to visit at the J.
.1. Steven's home. He will be he;,
ja month. He spends some time
here every summer and every visit
is a bright spot in the vomit; man -
A big school picnic was enjoyed
by the pupils and patron8 of th-
Lone Star school Friday afternoon
marking the close of the school j
term. Mrs. Cora Burkett is (he ef- I
ficient teacher of the school and she
arranged an elaborate entertain-j
| ment to honor the pupils.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ramsey fa-
i vored the pupils and patrons of the
Willow View School with a deli^l.U
fill entertainment Saturday alter-
•lioon. They have been at t:ie head
of the Willow View school the past
term and have made an < xcellent
(1. M. Roberts and family of No-1
ble passed through here Friday en-
route to Box where the Robert's
Home Orchestra furnished a delight- i
fill program Friday evening. The
announcement of Mr. Roberts for
county superintendent appears in
this issue of the Leader.
Eddie and Joseph Friend of Tul-
sa, Oklahoma, will spend the coin-
ing month at the II. Friend home.
We predict that the youngsters will
have a most enjoyable time.
Mrs. William Marcum ;-ve her
Sunday school class a delightlul p: -
nic la i Thursday. They all went
up to the ditch where a dandy time
was had during the afternoon fish-
ing. The class is composed of boy.-
and those who went were Ray
Isoni. Kenton Walker, Joe Robin-
son. Jack Lee, Edgar Keller and
Miss Lois Perkins left Sunday
day for Norman to attend the ses-
sion of the Cleve'anil county insti-
Rev. W. F. Ethridge preached ac
the Central Christian church Sun-
day evening. The services were
County Assessor W. B. Morter
: Norman Completed his assessment
of the county and was ready to turn
the books over to the equalization
hoard Monday morning. The total
valuation listed by him was $9,740-
; 2;!0. divided a3 follows: Personal
$1.270,(ITS. : nd r< 1 estate $S.46!>-
Palace Dru^ Store
shipment of Window
s. screen doors, just received
Archer (irain iV Lumber Co.
See them when you need anything
in the way of screens or screen
J. M. Pyhas, Lexington's pro-
gn ssive monument and tombstone
man, was in town Monilav morning.
Mr. Pyhas state- that several days
lie finished eri 1 ting>o beauti-
ful monuments for I!. M. Evans,
at he also put up a galvan-
H B. Weather-by, one oi the
partners in the new Bettes-Weath-
ershy dry goods firm spent Tuesday
in Oklahoma City making arrange- ,ma
ments for the! shipment of the re- j for Miy, Forehand,
mainder of tlie $10,000 stock <'ij having it ready for decoration day.
goods to this place. Some inter-1 Pybas is on to his job and is a
eating data will be published by | good man to see if you need any
t! • firm. W. '< li t >r it.
Democratic Special Train
Frisco Lines, Pennsylvania R. R.
ity at 11:00 A.
thence via. the
SPECIAL THAIN will I.. .••• Okh i -
M., June 22nd, arriving Baltimore Noon
the Scenice Ozarks of Missouri to Saint
Famous Horse Shoe Bend in the AUeghenie*.
DEMOCRATS, FRIENDS AND TOtRISTS. Ample
accommodations will be provided on this train for all. Noth-
ing but the finest of equipment will be used.—composing a
solid steel train throughout. A handsome dining car with
Fred Harvey Cousint
Palace on Wheels.
will till vn ;r wants for nourishment.—A
Special Bound Trip tickets
June 1st to September 31th, granti
plying to principal Eastern points,
and Eastern points through S imt I
this special tram, will permit
privilege is not granted on tit
For detailed information
vour arrangements for sleepei
ill be on sale daily after
long return limits. Ap-
'ickets sold to Baltimore
Louis, in connection with
ums through Chicii|
routed through Mi
re-- the undersigns
C. O. Jackson, D. P.
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The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, June 7, 1912, newspaper, June 7, 1912; Lexington, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110522/m1/5/: accessed March 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.