The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, September 18, 1914 Page: 4 of 12
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LEXINGTON, OKLA., LEADER
The Lexington Leader
John G. Hardie, Pkoprietoh.
Eritertd at the postofflee At Lexington
Okla. as Stcond-elat-s mail matter.
Ray, wouldn't it he nice this win-
ter ti> sit down and spend n pleas-
ant evening reading by a good
light? I ,et's get our wires connect-
Who's to blame for the condi-
would be done away with and the Med. At repose is a doctor who! Midsummer bargains at our store
danger to life and limb would be took a dose of his own medicine. We cant tell you about them—you
eliminated. Electric light is much There with a top of a shoe box over mueteome and see them.
cheaper than the coal oil lamp anti his head is a rich old man who Bahner & Ward,
much more satisfactory not only married a young wife. Away over J- J- Frank invites you to make
being much cleaner and easily hand- there reposes a beau who went fish- '5's ,)akery and confectionery your
led but a better light for the eye log on Sunday, and the woman who heiid9uarters uhen in Purcell.
Six Months ...
Display Per Inch
Locals Per Line
~ . *•* e> « iv* mc vtiMiJUU win
tion of that little stretch of road be- f"r U8P in "ie homes in the even- kept strychnine powders in the cup
tween the city limits and the 'ne- ' 1 ■
$1.00 ' r'dge? Let's get in after them and
.50 get it put in shape before winter.
.25 There would not be much expense
entailed as there are several men
who would probably furnish teams
j0c and labor if the county would get
5c | I'usy.
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11 1914
Telephone Number 18
,—v- —,, Ruckers in Purcell can save
! The ii ^n who stood in front youYrioney on all your needs
fhere is small doubt that the of the mowing machine to oil the in the drygoods and shoe line.
lijhU 1,1 -i'1'-- "ith gickh j, quirt now and reBt9besilJe ■ r> .r.
some needed improvements here the careless brakeman who fed him- To Creditors
which should be put in by Purcell .if „ tl , " All persons having claims against
«. .L , >elf 10 tlle 70'tQn and near- Jonathan W. Alexander, deceased,
10c per roll Any size
Film packs, any size 20c.
Prints up to and including 2
1-2x4 1-4; 31-2x31-2 aud 3 1-4
x4 1-4, 4c. 3 1-2 x 5 1-4, 5c.
Let the profession-
al photographer do vour work.
Purcell. Okla. Box 86
- 'u me lu-iuii engine, anu
the matter cou d be adjusted easih v,.. u ,
__ J • bv may be seen the grave of the man
Seen In a Cemetary who tried to whip the editor —Ex.
Take a walk through the cemetery Ed Jarboe landed the 8econd
Electric Lights! alone and you will pass the rating pri2e for draft teems a, the Old
I T, .. .. , , place of a man who looked into the j Settlers Picnic at Norman last
The agitating of electric light* , Ullm]e of a gun to see if it was Saturday. '
for Lexington is in the air and it [loaded. A little further down the
For Congress 5th District!
Joe B. Thompson
For Supreme Juixie.
J. F. Sharp.
For District Judge 14th Dist.
F. B. Swank.
H. O. Miller
For State Senator
For County Judge
B. F. Wolf
For County Attorney
J. I). Grigs by
R. E. (Buck) Clement
For Court Clerk,
For County Clerk
For County Superintendent.
For County Weigher
John F. Taylor
Commissioner 2nd District.
S. A. Ward.
I -• 1UII.1ICI UUWI1 me
may be our good fortune to have | slope is a crank who tried to show
such a needed improvement before | how close he could stand to a mov-
verj long. Lexington needs the ing train while it passed. In stroll-
lights and needs them the worst
way. Purcell has the power and
j all that stands between the town
antj electric lighted streets and res-
idences is the arranging of a satis-
factory contract for the handling of
the current. It is rumored that one
ing about you will see the monu-
ment of the hired girl who tried to
start the fire with kerosene, and a
grass-covered knoll that covers the
boy who tickled the mule's tail,
i hat tall shaft over a man who
blew out the gas casts a shadow
, . "'v Suo idiots a biiaaow
Of our business men may come to I over the boy who tried to get on a
the rescue and arrange matters so | moving train. Side by side the
j that we can have the lights. | pretty creature who always had her
| -Such an improvement would , corset laced in the last hole and the
mean much to the town. The dark j intelligent idiot who rode a bicycle
streets which inconvenience one j 9 miles in 10 minutes, sleep unroo-
For Court Clerk:
Electric lights for Lexington!)
Sorter refreshing, isn't it?
Lexington needs electric lights!
Most all live towns have them.
Obey that impulse!
for tbe Leader.
Leader—Three months for 25c
TEA TEA TEA
Out of a big shipment in the spring I have one hundred pounds
on "hand of the celebrated "Ice Tea" which I will sell at 25 cents
a pound'. The price was 50 cents hut as the season is late
1 am going to give you the benefit of a 50 per cent dis-
count while it lasts. The tea keeps fine and will be good next
year. Order by phone or at the store We deliver promptly.
Give us your next order for groceries. Let me quote you some
prices on,your fall coal. Buy now. you can get it cheaper.
If you would hurry to save—
as some people say—trade at
Bahner & Ward.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Cutcher drove
overland in Tom's car Friday, to
Norman to attend the Old Settlers
Picnic and visit at the Geo. Giles
Geo. L. and Jim Efaughman re
turned Tuesday evening from Mc
Clain county where they have been
working on a carpenter job west of
If you have anything you want
to sell, trade or buy—try a want
T. King, wife and son came in Mon.
from Kansas City for a visit with
his relatives and old time friends.
He left here some seven or eight
years ago, most of which time has
been spent in Kansas City. His
father, Colonel King, is also visiting
his daughter here, Mrs. R. A. Isom.
This week and next week
we will make speciel low
prices on clothing, low cut
shoes, and summer hats etc.
at Puckers, Purcell.
President Wilson on Tuesday of
this week bought a bale of cotton
at Bosw^l, Oklahoma, paying ten
cents a iRund for it. The "buy-a-
bale" movement will grow in pop-
are required to present the same
with necessary vouchers, to the
undersigned W. W. Alexander,
Administrator, at the office of J. M.
Bishop, in Lexington, Oklahoma,
within foui months of the date here-
of, or the same will be foreverbarred.
Dated this 1st, day of September,
W. W. Alexander,
J. M. Bishop,
Bring your eggs
Bahner & Ward.
to our store.
Have you noticed how your
subscription is dated. Only takes
a little to straighten it up and it
would please us if you could find
it convenient—just now. The
Notice To Creditors
All persons having claims against
A. B. Burke, beceased, are required
to present the same with the neces
sary vouchers, to the undersigned
Geo. C. Burke .Administrator at the
office of Hutchin and Burke, in the
town of Lexington, Oklahoma with-
in four months of the date hereof,
or the same will be forever barred.
Dated this 1st, day of September,
Geo. C. Burke,
Hutchin and Burke,
J. M. BISHOP
Security State Bsnk Building
I will handle boys suits this fall in
sizes from 6 years to 17 years of age
Knickerbocker styles at J. B. Col-
Ladies and Men's Store
In order to properly introduce my ladies
suits and coats, I will give special prices
$40.00 suit or coat for $.S0.00
35.00 suit or coat for 27.50
30.00 suit or coat for 25.00
25.00 suit or coat for 19.00
You must see these values to appreciate them.
Come look them over and try them on and save
money on excellent values.
I have all my new ones,in and truly they
LADIES' and MEN'S STORE. PURCELL, OKLAHOMA
Mrs. R. W. iBohner and daugnier
Francis, returned Friday from Ok-
lahoma City where they attended
the State Sunday School Convention
Ask your neighbor if he takes,
the Leader, and if he doesn't, men-
tion our trial subscription of three
months for twenty-five cents. The
Mr. and Mrs. D. N. JCelley enter-
tained Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Keller.
Mr. and Mre.W. R. Ferguson, Br.
and Mrs. Monrow Burkett and Col.
! Jim Stovall at 12 o'clock dinner,
j in honor of Col. Stovalls c^ebrating
i his 83rd birthday.
. j We have a cool store and when
j | you come to town, we invite you
g i in, whether you buy or not—we
want you to rest here. Bahner &
Both, gins are going full blast
now and although the cotton mark-
i et hag not fully adjusted itself,
j >till an ultimately good price has
| encou.-r.fced a limit of 8 cent per
| ueund here and at Purcel. Some
j of our merchants are investing jp
To Mv Friends And Former
Patrons And To Every Cotton
Raiser in Reasonable Reach
I wish to say that we were never
better prepared to handle a crop of
of cotton than we are this vear,
Our gin has been carefully overhaul-
ed and everything put in the best
possible condition. In addition to
that, we have instauled one of the
very best cotton cleaners that can
be had at any price and 1 propose
to turn out as goon a sample of cot.
ton as comes fron any modern gin-
ning. and surely this year when
good samples will tell. A visit to
our gin will prove to you that there
is no better equiped ginnery to be
I found and on the merits of our
work. I solicit a share of your pat-
! ronage and assure courterous treat-
I mint and a square deal. I thank
I you in advance.
For the Williams Gin.
DR ROBERT. E THACKER
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Breeding Building
and not at war prices. Shave, 10
Agents for Ess-Tee-Dee.
We can order you a suit, too, at
the most reasonable price.
P. W. BOOKER
W T. Scott
Paper hanging and paint-
Let me figure on your jobs
if you want value received.
Attorney At Law
Office iu Security State Bank Bldg.
Dr. J. C. Collier
Office over Owl Drug Store
All Work Guaranteed
Hutchin &. Burke
Attorneys at Law
THE BEST LIVER AND
VBf£ _ STOMA CH m edi-
cine. It does not
contain calomel vet
does the work nice-
ly .without griping.
10c, 25c and 50c at druggests.
Sherman & Sherman
I have just received a carload of
nut coal for cooking purposes. I
can make you summer prices in
order to make room for my fall
shipments. Phone 39, Leopold
Leader three months '25 cents.
We sell you good bread, the best
you can get in Purcell.
We only give you two loaves for a dime, but they are full weight.
It is a simple trick to make three loaves out of the same amount
of dough that bakers use for making two loaves.
You can make it fluffy, and it looks as large as a regular five
cent loaf, but you have not gotten the . weight — that's what
counts in buying Bread.
In the pastry line such as cakes,
etc., is the best that can be found.
C. F. Linder
Of Interest to You
It is essentially important that you buy GOOD
GROCERIES, because they help most in the pre para,
tion of a good meal. A good cook must have the right
kind of groceries. We offer you a stock of good, clean,
fresh supply of groceries-no shelf worn goods, but eat-
ables of known quality and purity. We sell at a close
margin because we sell for cash. Brin^ us your chickens.
1*110110 7(i Groceries
The cotton crop of 1914 looks like the best in years, coming as it
is. after two or three backward seasons, the farmers will need all
they can get for it. A good sample and a good class of ginning
are needed by the farmer to get the best price. The Anti-Trust
Gin has been overhauled and new machinery installed so as to
turn out the best sample possible and invites your ginning busi-
ness. We can tin your "bolleys" this year.
Yours for a prosperous season,
The Anti-Trust Gin
A. F. CLAUNCH, Proprietor
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