The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, October 10, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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The Lexington Leader A Dr^mme« Tha£ker
, . „<■ rh^Mcian and Sorvfeoo
be « doI B'« neewifT ttun gwxl •
Office over Ke.ler s Furniture
~ Store. (tcth-ttiI Practice Solicited.
mm* Uxngu* Xo painter oan make, by han.i Qffk* Plione 56 Hon?- (A
prow*, bo good a paint as Deroe
Lead-and-Zm Pain: ti- bet- g
Snbftcnption ^ t^«e painter the more be know?
Hakdie & Jenks. Pbomu*TO*S
li\*na t tht ftf
Ok *. a#
When you feel
Display Per Inch - * 10c |
Local* Per Line
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1913
Statement of Ovrnerthip, Man-
agement, Circulation, of
Tbe Lexington Leader published
If your painter doesn't
admit it. tell him to try it
jort once lor too. He 11
learn something in his bus-
iness: and you'll get a bet-
ter job than he* used to
(iet Devoe L*ad-and-
TOta, tired worried or iemmam nut
sure Kgn yon need MOTTS NXRYTRINE
PILLS. Tbrr rrae* tbe Dorsal vigtr and
—iff hie wonb tiling b* ■> u>d ui f=r
Mott's Nerverine Pill* >
WILLIAMS MFC. CO . Prow, On iln), Ok—
Sherman & Sherman
. PILES! PILES! PILES!
Wynne & Massey, Agts. williams* Indian pile ointment
Will rare PEiw.rr Ivfcia? T ♦-*.
I*. at*ori* fit ismva, a: cti'-f,
m * poaluct, pT«*
Foe s*ie ty All xl&.) 5mc ui ?:.30
Mr?. S. S. Ainslev of Tampioo. _
weekly at lexington. required tiy arrived last week to make VLl<MSMT6.CO..Pn s-,Qe-rlaarl,0h«
... . V-- - ■' Sherman & Sherman
Editors John G. Hardie. D. C. bake. She i now over eighty year*
Jmka, Lexington. Oklahoma.
Z... ti it nu- and were proprietors of a
Managing Editors. J'i n •• sr boarding bouse in Purcell. She Lez sgiun L Ige So. 72. A. F. 4 i. V
fir-t Ld 1b:rd Stta-city
4,1 Viwi' id good find*
i«i<? lB-Tlted. E. W. WjLD .
J. R- (W'j. *. M.
<L". D. C. Jenks, Lexington. Okia- making her home in Mex
homa. ioo the past three year
- : ■ M j: -• r- J' •• H :*t
die. D. C. Jenks. Lexington. Okla-
Publishers. Hardie A Jenks. Lex-
Owner". John G. Hardie. D. C.
Known bondholders, mortgagees,
and other security holders, holding
1 per cent or more of total amount
of bonds mortgages, or ofher secur-
ities: John Hardie, Norman, Okla-
D. C. Jenks.
Sworn to and ^subscribed to be-
fore me this 30th day of September
K. A. Denieon. Notary Public.
My Commission expires March 23.
Mrs. B. B. Smith left Monday
morning for Mesa. Arizona, where
she will spend the fall and winter
with her brother. Noble Glenn and
wife. Mrs. Smith has been in poor
health for sometinif and it is ex-
pected that the Arizona climate
will help her.
.See J. F. Shocklev. the loan man
Cha« Stein returned home Mon-
day from Oklahoma City where he
ha" been f ir - >njetime in -t. An-
thony's hospital recovering from
the effect-of an operation for an
abscess in hi- side. His many
friends are glad to gee .;i: improve-
ment in his con lition.
\V. K. Breedir.g -pent \Vedr;<---
day in Oklahoma City.
We serve Gebhart's chili:
it's always gcoo: try't.
E:-ie Hoisenbake. eldest daugh-
ter of Obe Hoisenbake. who ha-
been ill with typhoid fever the pas',
two month- is improving fast, and !
is up and able to be around. Mrs.
S. J. Hol-'-nbake a--Uted Mrs
Hoisenbake throughout her illne--
We have just installed our
new steam table and will .
serve light lunehes. Call and
give us a trial. Chili, sand-
wiches and hot drinks our;
Attorney At Law
Office in Sccor:*y Slate Batik HIdj .
. M '.'hie-.
•Iliitll of the
d the fair
D. Bland t
• gtoflice i
Lawrence Abernattiy returned
Saturday after spending the week
at Wanette in the interests of the
Good Service Telephone Co.
R. E. May will hold a colt show
at Corbett, Saturday. October 11 at
3 p. tn. Everybody come and
bring your colts. adv-pd
Captain A. Bicherey of Purcell
was here Wednesday on business.
Wichita Best Flour—best on the
market—at Ille's Grocery Store,
Ott Stevens is convalescing from
a sick spell which kept him under
the doctors care most of last week.
J. L. Conkling was in town from
the Helsel neighborhood Monday
withva load of apples.
Attorneys Hutchin & Burke traiir--
acte i busings in the district court
K. W. Allien came down from
Oklahoma City Moi 'lay on • iri-
ne-s. K. W. carried off several
biue ribbons in the s\'« k -lew at
th^ -tate fair last week. Jimmy
Wells "isted him during the
Farm Loans and insurance
J. F. Shockley.
Hutchin & Burke
Attorneys at Law
Po«toffice Ba Mioe
.NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
State of Oklahoma. I
Cleveland County. t In the Coun-
ty Court. Case No.—
In the matter of the Estate af
David Taylor, deceased.
ORDER EOR HEARING PETITION TO
The petition of Eliza Hill, Mattie
K- --ler and Myra Mettie Thompson,
heirr of and interested in the estate
of David Taylor, decea-ed. having
presented to this court their peti-
tion. praying that an order be made
authorizing A. Taylor, administra-
tor '■! said T-tate, to sell the re:U
estate descril'-d in -aid petition as
the court shall adjudge necettujr
and beneficial, at public - ile, for
the reasons stated in -slid petition.
It is ordered by the court, that
~ if ird if the 18th dav of October.
E. A. Deni-m fc
Bill Kent.- h t'
Union of 01
the L- ider.
iaper for your m-
ial work- Com
eeda supplied a
' ounty i pur
- lid count
all persons interes
estate ar>- directed i
to appear before said
cau-e wl,v an order -1
granted to said ada
- •11 so much of the r
- i 1 dece lent - i- !.■
It is furth-r ordered
Mis- Allie Brei iiiv left
dav morning for Austin,
enter the University
graph given away
with S25 in trade
and $4.98. Call at
Palace Drug Store
and get particulars
A dinner party was tendered Rev.
and Mr,. Louis Mooriiead Tuesday
evening of last week
Mrs. W. E Walker.
; r.- ns j
i county, wiiei
inice ati Iretses are knov
o.-tage thereon paid,
by Dr. and 'en day.- before the time
The Moor- said hearing; and a copy "f
j heads have moved to Oklahoma ier published for two su
City where they have purcha-d a weeks in the L-xington I.- ider. a
j home and will res id* in the future. n-w--aper published in said countv.
j On th<-ir visit here the pa-t week tbe first publication of which order
j they were r yallv entertained sh .w- sh 1 at lea-t fifteen d; ys before
e m . V ' ■ : i.
re held hy the people of Lexing-
W. B. Ward of route 2 was in
1 Friday with a bale of 1 itton. Mr.
! Ward says things are in fairly good
-hap*- in his part of the country
onsidering ti e past season.
art.'-r work an<
get our prices
P. W Booker
-ey of M ■:
-iting t tf
rn:an. Milton ^her-
Moses and E!v
ion, Illinois, who
- -n. m 1. 'ii,-
state iair vi-:
Occupation tax should Ve paid to
keep up the town. I m the only
one in Lexington paying i tax
During the I -t ten d. v ! oth i forhamllingice .n l There*
the 1/j 'l gins have been rum,:;.g fore the people should l uy of me if
almost d y and night Cotton is they need ice and coal. 1 -ell the
aiming in fast. The Williams gin }Iaielton and McAlester the l est
has been espeti^ny busy handling ... , . , , ,,,
the holly cotton and several of the coal on lhe miirket' Ille'
men have worked from forty-eight ice and coal man. Phone 39.
I to sixty heur« at a stretch. adv
■ 1 to
Dated .^epteiulier ]7th. 1913.
[-eal] F. B. Swank, County. Judge.
N. E. Sharp, Attorney for Petition-
If you have laundry ca I 125,
Te igue's -hop. We will call for
and deliver same. Agent for the
the New -tate Laundr; Oklahoma
Thursday, October Ninth
Did you have all your stoves up and in good order by
that date? We have an especially attractive line of heat=
ers. both for wood and coal, and will put up any you may
select in the most careful manner.
Winter Is Coming
You might as well prepare first as last. No use shiv=
ering around for the first few cool days, when you might
as well have a fire and be comfortable. Come in, pick out
your stove and let us put it up for you. We have them
of all styles, sizes and prices,
Don't You Need A New Cook Stove?
We can certainly meet your wishes in this regard as we
have ali kinds from the finest Majestic Range down to the
smallest of cooking stoves.
Doing Some Fall Plowing?
All the agricultural experts are advising deep plowing.
If you need anything to help in your fall work, remember
that we have plows that will go as deep as you want to
send them, wagons that will stand up and run easily under
any ioad you may put- on them, and anything you may
want in the way of farm implements, we have it. The big=
best stock of genera! hardware, builders goods, etc.. to be
1ound fn this part of the state.
. Good tin shop in connection. Any work de-
sired in tin, sheet iron, etc., done promptly and
guaranteed to give satisfaction.
For all things in Hardware,
Stoves, Tinware, etc., always re-
member the old reliable.
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The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, October 10, 1913, newspaper, October 10, 1913; Lexington, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110591/m1/4/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.