The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, November 13, 1914 Page: 7 of 10
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LEXINGTON, OKLA., LEADER
No War Prices!
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 an 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 and 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 vou want
GOOD TOOLS. Buy an Emerson or an Avery or a Gale plow and vou 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, |>ed. dresser, table, chair,
kitchen cabinet, stands or what not-we can offer you some very special bargains. Rugs and
art squares to suit your taste and pocketbook,
Let us figure with you on a new buggy. We have several in stock and can make you a good deal
We have a ten cent bargain counter in ware that would be hard to duplicate anywhere.
Wood and coal and cook stoves and ranges. The best stoves For the money that has ever been
been offered to the trade. Come in and see them.
Just received a big shipment of cotton pickers sacks, wagon sheets and tents.
A full line of wall paper and paints.
If you want wire to fence your land, come here and get it. We invite an inspection of our goods.
We think we can serve you better.
Price is the Thing
Read this list! We announce the fol-
lowing prices for jour consideration
and an inducement for youto buy here
Men's wool serge $18.00 suits at
Men's 4.50 serge pants at
Men's good wool I ">.00 suits nt
Men's 15.00 overcoats at
Men's 10.00 overcoats at
Boys.6.50 wool serge suits nt
Boys good wool -mits sizes 4 to 14
Other suits at
$1.25 to 2.50
Men's good warm fleece lined underwear at
per garment '^c
We furnish all the desirable styles in women's
and children's union suits in all the popu-
lar weights and colors.
This store is equipped to supply every foot-
wear need of every member of the family.
Our shoe stock, our prices, and our care-
ful service will please both your feet and
Huiskamp's Barnyard are unexcelled, You
can convince yourself by wearing a pair
We have the largest stock of shoes for you to
select irom in the country and a TI brand
The Fall Hat Season
Finds this store ready with the most com-
plete line, with all that is new in fall
styles of men's soft anil still hats and
The Big Dakota Stetson hat 7,50 at $f>.00
This is to he a season of high crowns and con-
tracting bands, and every taste can be
suited from the splendid assortment to be
Blankets and Comforts
Pure down and lamb's wool comforts.
Blankets—A large and complete line of
blankets and we are selling them at the
right prices too.
Rig lines of sweaters, sweater coats, jerseys
from 50c up.
Big Buck work shirts—the best workshirt on
earth for 50c
An up-to-date shoe button bradding machine
—the only one in Lexington or Purcell.
Handkerchiefs for children
Good outing at per yard
One lot of good quality outing at
Good whipcord 36 inch serge at per yd
Good bleached and unbleached muslins
Good fast colors in calicoes, a large
Apron checks, plaids at
Good toweling at
Novelty plaid dress goods at 37 1-2 ce
yard. The very latest styles and
A beautiful white flannel for |>< r yard
Edgar J. Keller j| W. K. Breeding Dry Goods Go.
The Store Ahead
One of the most attractive fronts
in town is the Elkin building, occu-
pied by Mrs. Mattie Elkin, milliner.
Geo. L. Baughman, the painter, has
just finished a very artistic job <>1
painting and ulso placing a nf'w
sign. Mrs. Elkin has also had the
front rertiodeled giving her an op-
portunity to display her millinery to
a much better advantage.
Mrs. Joe Copeland and daughter,
Mrs. J. W. Neebit, left Wednesday
for a week's visit with Dr. Davis
and family at Blanchard.
Earl Stevens went to Roff, Sun-
day, to visit friendt.
W. II. Brown of Henderson was
in town Wednesday making ar-
rangements for a sale on Monday.
E. T. Bynum of Oklahoma City
was here, Wednesday.
Lon Lee returned Sunday from a
visit with friends at Sulphur.
Farm Loans and insurance
J. F. Shockley.
J, G. Boggs and daughter. Birdie ]
j are visiting in Norman.
Stop in at J. J. Franks when in ;
> Purcell for a cold drink or light lu-
A. B. Mantooth of Rosedale spent;
j this week here visiting friends.
Dick Travis went to Norman
Thursday on business.
Attorney Thomas Mayfield and
| wife came down Sunday to spend
i the day, Mrs. Mayfield remaining
over for a few days.
£ Ail Kinds of Poultry. Pecans, Wheat, ^
"t Corn, Oats. Kaffir. Maize and Fetireta |
i We Pav the Top of the Market 3
I CASH 1
£ Phone 141 Purcell when you want to £3
| know the markets |
I COAL j
£ We are headquarters for all the best 2
| grades of Coal prices right |
£ Extremely Low Prices on Lumber. |
1 Sash, Doors, Lath and Other |
| Building Material |
I Robertson - Archer Co: 1
£ PURCELL, OKLAHOMA g
William "Ward left Saturday even-
ing for points in New Mexico |
where lie will look after property!
interests this .week.
Phone 23 for first class laundry j
work. Purcell Oklahoma. Modern
Fred Amrein of near Noble drove j
down to Lexington Saturday from j
his farm to spend the day. It was
his first visit here since the pri-
I have moved my photograph
galiery to the rooms over.th0
Mystery Theatre. L.Orenbaun
Miss Valley Center returned Fri-
day from a six weeks visit with her
uncle, Sam Jones, at Fort Cobb,
Oklahoma. Her brother, John, ac-
companied her home and visited
Saturday with his parents returning
Sunday. John is farming in that
Tobacco and Cigar Salesman i
wanted to advertise. Experience
unnecessary. $100.00 monthly and
traveling expenses. Advertise'
smoking, chewing tobacco, cigar-
ettes, cigars. Send 2c stamp for
Hemmett Tobacco Co.,
New York, N. Y.1
Fred Kemp, Buck Whittington, |
Chester Garrett. Pierce and George |
Merritt and Earl Stevens were eye
j witnesses at the big Oklahoma-Ag- j
11 gie football game at Norman Fri- j
j I have moved my photograph
| gallery to the rooms over the
I Mystery Theatre. L. Orenbaun
ij Mesdames J. H. Baughman and I
> W. R. Ferguson spent Wednesday
| with Mrs. Tom Thornton at Wayne, j
Mrs. Thornton is improving.
! For Sale: Eggs from full blood-
; ed white Leghorn hens. Guarnteed
■ pure strain, 50c for 15 eggs. See or
; write Vaughn Glenn, Route 4. Lex-
• ington, Oklahoma. 4 12t
Capt. Adams and wife were in
town, Tuesday, from their farm east
Mrs. R. A. Isom and son, Ray.
were week end guests of Mrs. E. J.
Keller at Norman. They saw the
Special Offer To
Boys and Girls
Here boys, we've got a good proposition for vou. it's a
real Boy Scout watch and we're going to give one with
every suit we sell for the next ten days.
This is a combination watch and compass. Description oi watch: 14 size,
open face, German silver case, pull out stem set and wind, second hand, red numer-
als, compass set iu croWn.
This offer is to introduce our new line and only applies to suit® Leanuu our label.
This offer starts Nov. 14 and continues 10 days
The Hanks Dry Goods Go. will give away several hundred
beautiful dolls between now and Christmas, during which time
we expect to give one to every girl in our. community.
Now we are anxious foi you to have one of these valuable dolls and if you
will send yonr father and mother to our store for their next bill of goods we will
see that you get one.
Dolls 34 inches high given with each $25.00 purchase
Dolls 25 inches high given with each $15.00 purchase
Dolls 20 inches high given with each $7.50 purchase
This offer is good until December 25. Vou do not have to spend the entire
amount at one time, if your purchases reach the required amount by December 25
you are entitled to one of these dolls.
The Hanks Dry Goods Co.
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