The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, October 9, 1914 Page: 5 of 10
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^xcXIwuTON, OXLA, LEADER
TRV THIS apple grew it kept in its heart the ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•
image of the blossom—its mother— 1 ^
Cut an apple across the middle anJ nQW tha, ,t ig ^ th, ,magel# TROUSDALE. ♦
k th a sharp knife, cutting as thin . ,here Jugt as the gpringtime lett ♦ ♦
ilice as possible; hold this slic. up1 it ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
jetweon you and thlight, and you
: | W. E. McDonald, J. W. Teel. ana
Kirk Coleman, son of Hr. Cole-' c
man, enjoyed the big state fair
'an see in the center the delicate
Sguro of an aipple blossom, with all
Is petals spread; for it was from
his lovely pink and white blossom
he apple was formed—a tiny green
ball at first, such as you see in the
spring it' you look when the petals
Miss Lola Perkins, who has boon
ill of typhoid fever is getting better
and will soon be able to resume her I
school work In the local school.
Pat Rogers and wife of Oklahoma
City were here Sunday visiting with
have just fallen. As the little green. friends.
The T. B Peery Gin
Successor to the S. T. Williams Oin
Having traded my farm for the 8.
T. Williams gin at Lexingto, f am
ready to gin your cotton and give
you the best service possible, We
want a share of your patronage.
T intend to devote my entire time
and attention to the gin. This gin
as you know, is one of the best in
the state and with a good sample,
and fair and square treatment, we
solicit your business.
Drive to the Peery din With Your Next Bale
B. Peery Gin
Bv Ed Lowe
ipi. Brownie's Livery Service |
W. Willis were pleasant callers
at Eason Lodge of Odd Fellows.
\V. M. Frapp of Lexington, route
three, was a pleasant visitor with J,
B. Boeck, Sunday.
Come and see our 5c and 10c
bargains, something you can use
any day in the week, you will find
it at Mrs. Elkin's.
,J . F. Carnutt is representing
Eason Lodge of I. O. 0. F. at the
meeting of the Grand Lodge at Tul-
sa this week.
Mrs. A. Williams is visiting with
h r daughter, Mrs. Mary McDonalu
cf Lexington route three.
For Sale—Some good full blood-
ed Barred Plymouth Rock chickens
at a bargain. See Roy Burkett,
one mile south of Lexington.
A large crowd met at Davis School
bouse Wednesday night to hear
about the cotton market, war and a
political speech advertised by cir-
Odlf.rg with no name a:;,ned.. The
sitokers did not appear and after
aii hours walto ; the crowd broke
Mis. C, N. V"ii s and children
Wf.ie calling at. the 0. Riggs homa,
New and up to date millinery at
Mrs. Elkin's at prices most reason-
able. See her before making your
fall purchase and you will be sur-
prised as to price and quality. No
"war prices" on anything.
Mrs. Ona Sa iclit 3 has been on the
sick list the paat week.
J..mes SmitJ assistol Vr. Young
dr.'vc a bunch of cat .e to Norman
I rank Mcf'.nii wno i.ari been
<.id: lor severi days is able to be
aioi nd again.
See Mrs. E. A. Denison fo farm
loans at lowest rates.—advr
"ihe farmers are making good us;
of the line weasitT and arc pit king
cotton early tn.i li.'e.
i-.'rs. N. P. 'V u's returned the last
of th week from a visit with her
clr i £ liter net' Mn
The new fall shoes now on dis-
play at J. B. Collins.
G. E. Wilkerson is very ausy hal-
Carl Green finished baling his al-
W. E. McDonald and family were
visiting J. W. Teel and family Sat-
urday night and Sunday.
Miss Delia Briui, who is attend-
ing college at Chickasha, will spend
the week end with her parents, Mr.,
and Mrs. Robert Brim.
Mrs. H W.Bahnerand daughter !
Francis visiten Sunday afternoon |
with Mis* Callie Bahner in Purcell, j
She is Attending St. Elisabeth' in-
Jack Arnold and Alfred Ward
went to the fair. Friday.
Ben Bradshaw took in the fair the
last three days and iayB he covered
more ground than any sightseer on
the ground, saw everything and had
a great time.
Monroe Burkett and wife ac-
compained C. I. Adams and wife
to Oklahoma City, Friday in Mr j
Adams' car to attend the state fair. ]
Jack Fairchilds was here from
Norman, TuesJay on business
J. D. Hacklerand son, Tom, were
state fair visitors last Wednesday.
E. J. Simpson was a state fair
Notice of Publication
State of Oklahoma, Cleveland
County, in the district court in and
for said county and State.
Ethel Bowling, plaintiff, vs lick-
ford Bowling, Defendant.
Said defendant Eckford Bowling
will please take notice that said
plaintiff, Ethel Bowling, did on the
'23rd day of September, 1914, file
her petition in the district court in
and for Cleveland County, State of
Oklahoma, against the said defend-
ant, and that the said Eckford
Bowling, must answer said petition
herein on or before 4th day of Nov-
ember. 1!)14, or said petition will
be taken as true, and judgement
rendered in said action against said
defendant, Eckford Bowling, for an
absolute divorce, $10.a month ali-
mony and the care and custody of
their minor child, Ivan Bowling,
$50 00 Attorney fee and cost of this
Ethel Bowling, Plaintiff,
William Moutaw, Attorney for
Tom Cheatwood, District Court
Clerk, by Chas. Adair, Deputy,
SEAL 2 4t
To The Farmers—
in order to help relieve the Cotton situation we have decided to
do our part and will buy (5,009.00 worth at 10 cents a pound.
Ury goods, shoes, notions, furnishing goods, groceries, enamel-
ware; in fact anything that Is carried in this store at our
regular bargain prices. So brin g your cotton to us. We will
allow you ,, .
Ten Cents Per Pound in Trade
middling basis, siiid cotton to be delivered at ware-house.
Are authorized to receive, Erade and issue certificates for same.
You will not be compelled to trade the entire amount at once.
You can got the goods as younefed them.
"Whce People Save Most"
Phone us when you want to go any place.
Make country drives. Careful drivers.
Phones Lexington 48, the Owl Drug Store
Purcell 1, the Love Hotel
The Gwl Livery
Insurance that Insures
Fire, Lightning, Windstorm, Hail
Farm and City Loans. Real Estate
J. F. SHOCkLEl
Phone Ny. 71 Lexington, Oklahome
SERVICE Has been our motto for many
years, by giving your calls
prompt attention. We want your
business, and appreciate it.
Calls answered day or night.
I BROWNELLS f
B You always get Good Furniture ^
EE At RACKLEY S .3
You can always find the lowest and most
reasonable prices 3
rr Your trade is always appreciated ^
t: Then why not decide to trade 13
1 At RACKLEY'S 1
We are compelled to make
room for oui big gigantic fall
pnrchases which are commen-
jcingto arrive, therefore we
are cutting prices on all class
es of summer merchandise at
Notice to Taxpayers
All 1913 taxes both personal and
real are now due and dilinquent.
Real estate will be advertised the 1st
of October and sold the first Mon-
day in November 1914.
R. E. Clement County Treasurer.
SE Funeral Director and Embalmer 3;
Z- South SiJe Main Street Purcell, Oklahoma ^
Don't get nervous because it is
campaign time and the politicians
begin to tell you things about this
candidate or that. The candidates
are just the Fame now as they were
before they were nominated. If they
were honest, upright public spirit-
ed boosters before they were nomin-
ated, they are the same yet.. A
nomination does not change a good
man. but it makes a hypocrite of
the dishones, fawning two faced Id-
niduals who chameleon-like changes
his colors to suit the complexion
of the crowd he is in. Beware ot
! the Uriah Heaps who are always
. protesting how honest and humble
! ihey are. They would stultify their
! manhood and play any sort of a
1 nefarious political game to win.
! Stick to men who are honest—men 1
; who are sincere and do not clianfce
their personal demeanor, toward
I you or try to make a public show of
their goodness because they ire can-
! didates. Stick to men who are the
same yesterday today and always.—
Roy Black and Lee Harryman
I were -iglit seers at the fair Saturday.
! Th'1 little child of Mrs. Columbus
Northcutt, near Wayne, is seriously
j Lost.—$10.00 bill, gold certificate
j Wednesday, September 3(1 in Lex-
ington or on roads southeast. Kind-
er return to Leader office and receive
reward. J. O. Holsenbake.
You can read every day where different commodities are advancing in price, because of the war in
Europe, but we are issuing the above bulletin right here at home which we offer you as att induce-
ment to buy of us. We are making no advances in prices, rather we are wanting to save you
Money. We will give you the closest of prices and most liberal of terms, so come in if you are
needing anything in our line Visit with us and find out our prices atid terms before you pass
judgment on times and conditions
It is important that you sow wheat for the coming year, because the signs point to a strong price
next year. You want to get the most out of your crop and your land therefore you want
GOOD TOOLS. Buy an Emerson or an Avery or a Gale plow and you will be satisfied. We
want to explain to you the first time you are in town the merits and advantages of these plows.
If there are some pieces of furniture you are needing, a new rocker, bed, dresser, table, chair,
kit- lien cabinet, stands or what not—we can offer you some very apt
att squares to suit your taste and pocketbook,
i.il bargains. Rugs and
Let us figure with you,on a new buggy. We have several in stock and can make you a good deal
\Y have a ten cent bargain counter in ware that would he bard to dupli> ■ te inywhere
1 bargain, in Big Four and Fish wagons. I will trade
allow you ten cunts i pound on your cotton.
you these wagon- for your
ami coal and cook stoves and ranges. The best slovi
illered to the trade. Come in and see them.
for the money that has ever been
Just received a big shipment of cotton pickets sacks, wagon sheets and tents
A nil line of wall paper and paints
11 hi want wire to fei
Wi think we can serve
c.o your land
liere an I ge,f it. We invite an inspection of our goods
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The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, October 9, 1914, newspaper, October 9, 1914; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110642/m1/5/: accessed April 22, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.