The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, November 13, 1914 Page: 4 of 10
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lexington, okl a., leader
The Lexington Leader
John G. Hahdik, Proprietor
Cant Rot or Brea I
Made for Farmer
Entered «t the portolUco t 1 .x.: k v
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Locals Per Line
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1914
The Misses Johnie and Pearl ,.
Whitsett, Maud Northcutt and Lois |
Perkins returned Saturday ,from j
Oklahoma City where they attended
the Oklahoma state teacher's meet- j
When in Purcell, lunch at J.J.
John Blackwell ol the Denton
locality was in town Saturday.
FOR SALE—Poland China Hogs,
with size and quality. Herd boar
"Superior *tetal". March pige, also
tall pigs, for sale at reasonable
Nathan B. Cheatwood of thf
Rose Hill community was in town
Saturday on busines.
Jack Ethridge wants your
insurance and farm loans.
Formers State Guaranty Bank.
F. A. Adams was in town Satur-
day making arrangements for his
big sale November 17. Read his
advertisement in this isue.
If you want to reach the people,
consider the merits of the Leader.
It's read by every wide-a-wake far-
mer on the four routes out of Lex-
ington and covers the entire south
end of the county like a blanket.
J. W. Mareum went to Oklaho-
ma City Thursday on business.
Try a P lr ot Famous
Hnlskamp's Barnyard Shoes
Are made froin specially tanned le*tb*r.
Can't rot. crack or t'reak through from ma-
il ur« or barnyard acids. Outlast two palra
ordinary ahoM and cut your aroa bill in
half Only ehoa in ILe world tbat • mada
aaix ciany forfarmara. Bottle Barn yard «boa
Oil fraa -*\\u aaJi ^aii-i^. A** .Vc^eca iba
| ^ ban.yard unc.v
W. K. Breeding
Notice By Publication
In the District Court in and for
Cleveland County. State of Oklaho-
E. L. Ambrister. plaintiff, vs.
Pauline Farmer James, Pauline
James, the unknown heirs at law
i of William Thomas James, de-
ceased, F. W. James, Fred \\ .
James. Fred W. James, as executor
! of the last will and testament of
William Thomas James, deceased.
M. O. James, Minnie 0. James. E.
J. Keller, J. F. Peek. J. E. Peck.
J. F. Peck, S. L. Williams, the W,
T. ^dams Machine Company, a
corporation, S. T. Williams and
Skelt WiHiams, defendants.
To Pauline Farmer James, Paul-
ine James, the unknown heirs at
[law of William Thomas James, de-
jceased. F. W. James, Fred W.
James, Fred W. James, as executor
j of the last will and testament of
| William Thomas James, deceased,
;M. 0. James. Minnie 0. James, J.
IF. Peek, J. E. Peck, J. F. Peck,
j and the W. T. Adatns Machine
Company, a corporation, the above
| named defendants, you and each of
you are hereby notified that you
I have been sued by the plaintiff. E.
L. Ambrister, in the above entitled
Hen and Women
YOU CAN HAVE YOUR WISH
We are exchanging Drv Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Underwear and
all lines of General Merchandise for COTTON. We pay highest prices for co ton
and our goods are sold at less than elsewhere. We would further notih >ou that
Along These Lines We Have Been Doing An
For the past six weeks, for which we thank you, and that we are fully pre-
nared to take care of vour fall buying. Our large and beautiful stock is Being in-
creased daily with the best of everything that the approaching holiday season brings
Our Mr. Rucker is Now in the Eastern Markets
Purchasing merchandise, at very low prices, at the end of the wholesale season
Thf>«e sne ial low prices will be offered you and placed at your dispc?al. tor it
wnl supply you e" ac.K what you want, "THEN YOU CAN HAVE VOUR WISH"'
Our competitors are giving us t1«=. but we care
nothing for them as we are doing the business
and they are sore. Ha! Ha!
Now get in line and bring your cotton to the Old Re=
liable House of Rucker's, and do your FALL BUYING
Rucfcer's Popular House
! rourt demanding judgment <iuiet
I /\p h W/ 51 ft" \ i«B title in the plaintiff in and to
I I Vr ti I lthe following described real estate
i Lots numbered one, (1), two,
(2), three, (VI). four. (4), live'.
(5), six, (6), twenty-seven,
(27), twenty-eight, (28), twen-
ty-nine, (29), thirt;>. MO),
thirty-one. Oil), and thirty-
two, (32). in block numbered
forty, (40), in the town of Lex-
| ington. Cleveland County,
State of Oklahoma,
And declaring that his title there-
to is valid and perfect, and that
: you and each of you have no valid
right, claim, title, or interest there-
j in. and perpetually barring and en-
joining you from in any manner
; setting up or asserting any right.
title claim or inten-t therein, ad- .
I verse to this plaintiff. j A
You are furt 1 iVr notified that it
I you, nd each of you fail to plead. .
! ;,i - vi • r or demur to the petition of
the plaintiff, herein tiled, on r be-1
! fore the 24th day of De< ember
; 1014. the facts and allegations of
eai'1 will be taken :i< true
r ? and • fe--< d and judgment there-
in rendered, as prayed for !ii -aid
Thf NWf- JO Dav« i-'-t""'"- together"with all other
I lie i,VAi ^ - " equitable relief.
^ / a _ Witness my hand and $ea of th<
Oil Z5Ult CoatS District Court affixed this 7th day
of November, 1914.—Tom Cheat-
and Dresses wood, Clerk of District Court, By
i Chas. Adair, Deputy,
These are the snappiest audi (seal) 0-novll
The Store of Popular Prices
The Turkey Will Be Well
Dressed for lhanksgsv=
in^. How about your-
$1L and up
. , | Suits cleaned and pressed
be*, I have had tins s,;lson, in ^ ,n t?w„ Suitgpre8sed
all tin- new cloth* and velvets, j Saturday doing his week's trading Punts cleaned and pressed
„ .. , . r. • Ladies work a specialty.
S. M. Ward of Banner was min- ..
| gling with the big Saturday crowd
trimmed both in fur and mili-
Come In And Look
Plenty of money to loan on farmf
hard times make no difference.
ee J. F. Shockley.
Joe Schwartz Miss Gladys Croslen of Oklaho-
ma City is visiting her uncle T. R.
I Wilson of Stoval).
The Famous "Home Made"
In a light, Huffy loaf makes eating a happiness. Made
in the most sanitary manner and guaranteed to he fill! weight.
Buy a loaf of Tom Keller, our Lexington agent. It will give
Pastries, Cakes, Confections
C. F. IJXOEh*
Jas. H. Mitchell
Arthur Sherman and wife went
to Norman Friday to see the Okla-
homa-Stillwater football game.
Miss Lucy Griffin of Fort (Jibson.
Oklahoma, spent Saturday and
Sunday with her friend. Mrs. Ar-
Farm loans, real eslate and
insurance. Jack Ethridge.'
office. Farmers S'&'e Guaran-
Miss Blanche Holland < atne in j
\\'.<| fsday evening hum Lexini^j
toi i.'iMf she is connected iv.thj
t):< if. ■ hools. She attend" ' the
state t- d rs' meeting .it Okhiho- •
ma City. I'hursdus and Friday and j
spent the weftk end witl> h me foil |
— > r man Transcript.
Mn . K A-, Denison fo farm!
h i.i ■ ..t wwt'St rates. — udvr i
Is half the battle in successfully solving the high cost ol living and the
one who usually gets the bargains is the one who is alert and searches out the
bargain giving stores. We are in a position to save you the money you are
needing so badly, on your winter goods. Pay our store a visit;-it will be we,1
worth your time.
Our Line of Ladies Cloaks
Is we fhink the best ever offered to the shopping public here and we
know we can give you just a little more than your money s worth when you buy
a garment from us.
Your Cotton Is As Good As
And we can convince you it is. if you will ask abourour cotton proposition
Don't forget our silverware drawings. Guess at the time the clock will
stop and get one of the handsome sets of Rogers silverware.
'Where Everybody Trades'1
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