The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, October 9, 1914 Page: 6 of 10

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LEXINGTON, OKLA., LEADER
S T O V A L L
For First Class Laundry
Work Phone 23, Purcell
We rail for and deliver wry Wednesday and Saturday
Wc have th* only French Dry Cleaning and Steam I'rossing
Plant in this part of the country. We want your business.
All work guaranteed.
riodern Steam Laundry
Purcell, Oklahoma
School Days-
—The time is here for school pleasures and
wants. We have tho 8TATK AGENCY for
books this year and wo are now ready to mako
an exchange on the books.
Our book stock is complete. Our school sup-
plies are better than ever. We have it all:
T ablets, pencils, pens, ink, rulers, water colors,
erasors, pencil sharpeners, pencil holders, drink-
ing cups, pen holders.
Bring your list to our storo and we will bo glad
to till it.
The Owl Drug Store
Murpheys Comedians closed their
week's engagement at Purcell, Sat-
urday evening and left for Marietta.
They played to 'standing room only'
Saturday evening, presenting Th<
Cowboy." This show is without
doubt one of the best on the road,
considering the price of admission
and will be greeted with large i r iwds
when tlipy return next spring for an
engagement in April.
Rev. Towry 'if Pur< eli will t i'-li
at the Central Christian churoh
Sunday, October 11th at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. J. H. Hurger of Hugo. Okla-
homa, arrived Thursday morning
to visit her sister, Mrs. Mattie Elk-
in.
M. King wants the Leader sent
to his address for another year con-
tributing a dollar, Thursday.
Mrs. J. W. Nesbit and mother,
Mrs. Joe Copeland, were visitors to
Oklahoma City, Friday to see the
state fair.
Mrs. N. D. Harryman was in town
Saturday, attending to her week's
trading. She also renewed her sub-
scription to the Leader.
Watt Stolford of Mangum, was
here Monday visiting relatives and
friends. He is a former Lexington
citizen.
Nigel Denison returned Sunday
from a nine weeks trip to Canon
City, Denver. Colorado Springs and
other points in Colorado. He
looking well and says he certainly
did have a fine time and visit. He
will enter school at once.
Take one of Roberts Hamburgers
home for lunch. They are tine.
E'. A. Denison for insurance, adv
Mrs. Jessie McBee was a visitor
to Oklahoma City, Mondav.
A. T. Roberts, the Old Reliable
Jeweler, can do your watch repair-
ing. All work guaranteed.
T.J. Watkins of tlie Lone Star
neighborhood was in town, Monday |
morning.
J. H. Stull and wife of Dixie,
Oklahoma, were here Fridav seeing
affer business matters and visiting
relatives.
William Ward was a visitor to]
Oklahoma City Monday morning.
Trial subscription to The Lexing-
on Leader three months for 2;> cents.
Mrs Mary Green of Wayne, vis-
ited 1 er brother, John Suchy, Sat-
urday and Sunday.
If you want to mail out any
copies of the Leader to some friend.
notify us—two copies for five cents.
Tedy Miller had quite a painful
accident one evening the past week. , inson School House in District No 16
He was thrown from a horse and Wednesday night, October 14 at
the horse either kicked him or step- j Hound Top School House in District
ed on his jaw. Dr. Hill attended So. 6
him and it was necessary to take Friday night, October 16, at
several stitcher on his face. | K'm Grove School House, In District
Vaughn Glenn is getting to belNo- l2-
NOTICE
Meetings of the Democratic Candi-
dates of Clv'lund County
The Democratic Candidate of
The Democratic Candidates of
at the following places: —
Monday night, Octoberl2, at In-
dependence school house, in District
No. 37
Tuesday ulfcht, October 13, at Rob
quite industrious. As everyone is
busy pickiug coton and help is
scarce he finished putting up hi3
hay by moonlight.
Trade at Ruckers in Purcell
and save money.
Jack Etheridge, Jesse Teague and
Thursday evening fishing on Willow
Creek. Mr, Will Ward bringing
them out in his car. While the oth
er men were fishing, Mr. Ward pass-
ed the time distributing campaign
literature.
READY FOR BUSINESS
In Our New Location
That is the announcement we have to make this week and
along with it we wish to extend an invitation to you to
call on us in our new home="first door east of the Leopold
llle store in the Forehand building.
We lmvti been very busy all week rearranging our hI<«. k and tiud that tho new rooms enable us to
display our stock to much better advantage—something as much in your favor as ours. W e have
found many little bargains during our removal which we can olTer you. Everything about our
store is neal and clean and we are sure, a visit will b ■ pleasant and profitable (o you.
We can offer you very special inducements in our lin- of ladies cloaks—all very late and of cor-
rect style. We are going to make you some special inducements for Saturday on fall (hess goo is.
All our early fall merchandise which is now in demand may be bought at a discount—not bee mse
of any inferiority but because we want you to get the habit of trading at banner & Yard s ant
saving money.
Our silverware drawings are attracting muoli attention. Last Saturday wo held another drawing
and Mrs. Mary McDonald was the lucky person—all tho others however have another chance
Let us urge you to pay us a visit in our now home, you will bo welcome and your patronaga will
be appreciated.
n.'Aceixwcu
Bahner 8 Ward
• Where Everybody Trades
One lot men's shoes, values
$3.00 and $3.50. Sale price
$1.50. One lot shoes for wo-
men and children, sizes brok-
en, values up to $3.50, sale
price 98c. Vanderslice and
Christopher. Purcell Okla.
Sheriff Claude Pickard of Nor-
man was a visitor at the meeting of
the A. H. T. A. Lodge last Wednes-
day night at Stovall and assisted in
the installation of officers fo rtlie
coming year. A good crowd was
present and all had a jolly good
time. After business was over
Sheriff Pickard made a ery interest-
ing talk and told of the assistance
the A. H. T. A had rendered him
in bringing criminals to justice.
The followng officers were elect-
ed: Ruff Davis, President; John
: Massey, Secretary; (Billy Lee, Treas;
j Mall Jarboe, Marshall; Vaughn
Glenn, Guard.
Would yon hnrry to save
money Then trade at Ruckers
in Purcell.
The little son of John Graham
was taken to Oklahoma City last
Friday performed for appendicitis.
It is reported that he stood the op-
eration fairly well.
Mrs. Little of Purcell and broth-
er Noble Glenn, of Mesa, Arizona
visited relatives this week spending
Saturday evening at Vaughn Glenn's
and Sunday with Mrs. Cossey' of
Corbe.t.
Young mens fall caps-now on dis-
play at J. B. Collins.
Mr. and Mr. John Suchy, Will
Suchy and Ruth Frind attended the
fair at Oklahoma City Friday, mak-
ing the trip in John's car.
Mrs. J. F. Kienlen of Lone Star
and little Edna Louise visited at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clay
ton Sherman's Friday.
For an evening of fun and amuse-
ment form a club and rent the Box
Ball alleys at Purcell.
Mrs. Arthur Higbee of Corbett,
came after her two children who
have been staying with their grand-
mother, Mrs. Friend the past few
weeks.
Chars. Carr, and Belton Philbeck
| took advantage of the bright moon-
' light nights, by picking enough
Cotton*one night to finish out their
bale and took it to the gin the next
day.
If your watch needs repairing see
A. T. Roberts, theOld Reliabe Jew-
eler.
Vaughn Glenn and wife spent the
day with Rev. and Mrs. Johnson,
Sunday and report a splendid visit.
Grandma Holsenbake, one of the
pioneer settlers of Denton neighboi
hood, died Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock. The deceased had been ill
a number of months with leakage
of the heart. She leaves one son
and two daughters to mour her loss
Saturday night, October 17, at
Corn School House, in District No.
25.
Good Violin and guitar music will
be furnished by the candidates. Lots
of good music and speaking.
Everybody come out and enjoy an
evening of music and entertainment.
A special invitation is extended to
the ladies and children.
Remember the date.
Meetings will begin at 8 o'clock
each evening.
J. E. Carrier, Chairman
Chas. Bowling, Secretary
John Massey, Treasurer.
Campaign Committee.
For repair work on your jewelry
see A. T. Roberts, the Old Reliable
Jeweler. J
G. D. GRAVES & SON
The Auctioneers
* They put more life into a pubiic *
* sale. More VIM and ENTHDl- •
* ASM and most important of all •
* they get the most money for the •
* article sold whether it is stock *
* or real estate. Make your date
* early as we sell nearly every *
* day in the sale season
Telephone 409 at our expense *
* Norman, Oklahoma
G. D. Graves 8 Son
For Sale
A good bay filley, eighteen
months old. For futher particu-
lars see E. B. Blackwell, Lexington,
Oklahoma. 4t.
Warning!
There is an ordinance against
killing squirrels within the city
limits. This is a warning that any-
one caught violating said ordinance
will be fined. Don't kill anymore
quirrels.
Buy a Bale
Open up your pocket
And buy a cotton bale.
There's plenty on the market
And it's all for sale.
It takes hard work to raise it
And the pickers must be paid.
So buy a bale of cotton
And thus the farmers aid.
If you wish to do a kind deed
Come listen to my song.
Go buy a bale of cotton
And boost the work along.
1 bought a bale of cotton;
I paid ten cents a pound;
I bought this bale of cotton
from J. J. Brown.
"Star Brand Soes are Better"
We have them to sell.
Blakes Bargain Store
Men and Women Wanted
to sell the most remarkable bargain
this year
Everybody's $1.50
Delineator 1.50
Total 3.00
the magazine woJld
Both
$2
A monthly salary and a liberal commission with each order.
Salaries run up to $250 per month, depending on the number
of orders. This work can be done in your spare time, and
need not conflict with your present duties. No investment or
previous experience necessary, We furnish full equipment
free, Write for particulars to
The Butterick Publishing Company
326 Hudson Street
New York
Take One Away
And you will feel grateful for this advertisement
i have just received a shipment sf clothing ranging in sizes from
35 to 42, at a price of $12.50 for two pieces and $13.50 for three
pieces, that I think are the best clothing bargains ever offered to
the trade in Lexington, You will feel the same wav when you
see them. Now is your time if you are looking for a suit worth
the money and several dollars more, and I am giving you the
opportunity, so blame yourself if you miss your advantage.
Come see them!
J. C. DOWDY
Lexington,
Oklahoma
J. L. Abernathy of Purcell is
booking orders for the celebrated
"Sudan Grass," the great drouth
resisting forage plant. Send in
your order now. Address J. L.
Abernathy, Purcell, Okla.
Have you checked up that sub-
scription-remember campaign times
are practically over with us and
your dollars will again look as big
as ever.
Just recei ved a nice line of
ladies suits and cloaks. The
style is right and the price is
the lowest. Vanderslice and
Christopher, Purcell. Okla.
Mr. .1. D. Bland and wife were
state fair visitors. Friday.
J. M. Tuggle went to Oklahoma
City, Friday to attend the state fair.
§ ACT WISELY
Now is a good time to start buying groceries at this store We
are equipped with everything in the grocery line and w- ire sell-
ing at close profits—how well we are filling the expectations of
our customers is shown by our increasing patronage. Can we
add your name to our list of cash customers.
DICK TRAVIS
MRS. E. A. DENISON
Successor to S. S. Denison.
FIRE and TORNADO INSURANCE
FARM LOANS and REAL ESRT:
W Office in old Picture Gallery Building.
NOTARY PUBLIC

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