The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, April 9, 1915 Page: 4 of 9
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The Lexington Leader
John < H.akhik. Phopri! ;
The little son of L. L Payne died
Cleveland Countv Enterprise . nd
and Lexington leader
Couniy P ipers.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1915
Statement ot Ownership.
Statement of the ownership, man-
agement, circulation, etc,, required
by act of August 34, 1912, of "the
Lexington Leader, published week-
ly at Lexington, Oklahoma.
Editor, managing editor, business
manager and publisher. John G.
Hardie, Lexington, Oklahoma.
Known bondholders, -mortgagees
and other security holders, holding
1 per cent or more of total amount
of bonds, mortgages, or other se-
curities. John Hardie, Norman. Ok-
lahoma. John G. Hardie.
Sworn and subscribed to before
me this 24th day of March, 1915.
—E. A. Denison, Notary Public.
My commission expires March
Saturday after a long illness and
was laid to rext in the Willow View-
A jolly crowd of young people
from Willow Yit w spent a most
enjoyable day 1- ster Sunday at
the railroad bridge near Noble.
Mrs. E. C. Cline and Mrs. J. C.
Wallace were gueels .it the Hatfield
>1 i. - Beulah Wallace, Jennie
and Sydna Cline spent Sunday with
J. L. Mann and wife at Trousdale.
Hazel Lobden spent Saturday
night with Myrtle Wallace.
Lewie Umphries made a business
trip to Norman Tuesday.
Jennie Cline is on the sick list
Mre. Bird Ward is improving in
A party was given at the Ellis
Cline Jr. home on Tuesday night.
All report a fine time.
Birthday Dinner at Marcum
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Marcura en-
tertained at dinner Ea?ter honoring
their daughter. Tbeliua. t hose in-
vited to enjoy their hospitality were
the Misses Holland. Northcutt. Per-
kins Whorton, Tuggle, Whitsett,
K'istenbader. and Mr. G. T. Strickle.
Strayed from mv pasture one
mile south of Willow \ iew one
two year old Jersey heifer. Please
noiify me if you know of her.—C.
J. Williams. 30-3-t
Misses Whitsett Entertain
The dinner given Saturday even-
ing by the Misses Johnie and Pearl
Whitsett whs distinctive in its
beauty and originality. The guests
who included Blanche Holland,
Maude Northcutt, Lois and May me
Perkins, were seated with the host-
esses. In the center of the table
was a basket Allied with pink and
white sweet peas from which pink
I and white ribbons extended to each
1 cover, where individual favors were
! laid for the guests. Easter rabbits
I marked the place cards.
Paul Thompson accompained |
Bernie Blackwell and wife home-
Sunday to Oklahoma City.
Hay For Sale
Alfalfa and Praire hay for sate.
—S. D. Helsel Wagon Yard'
Tom Massey and wife of Clinton
spent the week end at the home of
J. M. Massey and wife.
Mrs. Anton Loeffelholz and sister, j
Grace Stoeck, and Rosa Loeffelholz
spent Easter at Norman visiting1
Frank Hatin and wife
Buys An Automobile
One of the forerunners to making
Lexington a lively looking burg
may be seen now in the shape of a
beautiful 1915 Model 30 horse pow-
er Buick car, purchased Saturday
by J. M. Tuggle through Monroe
Burkett the local agent. The car
is electric lighted, self starting and
has all the other little minor im-
provements. It is surely a beauty
and will be thoroughly enjoyed by
Mr. and Mrs. Tuggle and their
friends as well.
Mrs. J. S. Little of Amarillo, Tex-
as spent a part of last week here
visiting Mrs. Mattie Elkin, Mrs. R.
O. Smith and other friends.
Mrs. Claude Perkins lek Tuesday
morning for McAlester to attend
the meeting of the Grand Chapter
O. E, 8. as a delegate from the Lex-
ington lodge, Mrs. S. D. W ilson
was the delegate from the Purcell
lodge and the two ladies traveled
together and will no doubt have a
very delightful trip.
Postmaster and Mrs. W. J. Stev-
ens took charge ol the Lexington
post office last Thursday morning.
A.M. Myers and assistant. Miss
Carrie Pruitt going out, Everything
is going on as usual—evidence th.it
the force is "making good."
Breedings will buv your EGGS.
Dont fail to attend the Saturday
sales at Breedings.
Mtb. Robt. Isom arrived home
Tuesday fr..:n a week's visit with
her sister. Mrs. Long at Ada.
Ray Isom spent the week end
with the Keller and Edwards fam-
iles at Norman.
Mrs. Jennie Moncrief and daugh-
ter, Grace, of Maysville spent last
week here with her brother. Htnrv
Do<l8on and family.
Get one of those nifty suits at
Breedings Saturday sale _ at sale
yrices. Save money while.the time
Mrs. T. M. Burk has been sick
with la grippe and fever for the past
week. Dr. McCurdy of Purcell is
waiting on her. It is hoped that
she will soon recover.
Mrs. A. C. Pruitt wants to do
your sewing. See her.
There Is No Question
but that indigestion and the distressed
feeling which always goes with it can
be promptly relieved by taking a
before and after each meal. 25c a box.
Owl Drug Store.
TO YOC MEN
Spring is here in all her glory, we are too with a nifty and
complete line of up=to=date and stylish gents furnishings
The season's latest and best
will relieve your indigestion. Many
people in this town have used them
and we have vet to hear of a case whera
they have failed. We know the for-
mula. Sold only by us—25c a box.
Qwl -Drug Store.
Simon Kelley was a pleasant call-
er at Mrs. Robert Jarboe'sone eve-
ning the past week.
Mrs John Suchy visited Mrs.
Robert Bettes Friday.
Mrs. H. Friend received word of
the death of her sister, Mrs. Mary
Fisher, in California. Mrs. Fisher
visited at the Friend home several
years ago. She had been suffering
with cancer for over a year and died
the '29th of March.
Maud Johnson visited Mrs.
P. J. Stovall apd family were
Sunday guests at C. I Adams home
Willie Bridwell spent Saturday
night with Maud and Fannie John-
Edith Jarboe attended the Easter
hunt at the Will Moutaw home Sun-
Miss £mpo Mays has been quite
ill the past week.
Mesdames Cartes and Phillips
wentjto Corbett Monday on business.
Scott Whorton was out to his
farm the first of the week seeing
after his cattle and repairing the
Robert Bettes has three children
sick from severe colds.
Thornton Wilson and wife visited
Rev. Johnson Sunday.
The Easter hunt given by Mrs.
C. I. Adams for the Sunday school
children was well attended and. en- j
joyed by all.
Hollis Jarboe and wife spent
Easter with Robert Jarboe and fam-
C. W. Moses and family spent |
Easter with Jay Sherman and wife.
The A. H. T. A. lodge members I
are still tied in the contest?
Mesdames Fannie Agee and Dora,
Clifford were guests at the Yaughn,
Glenn home Sunday evening.
Randall Kistler and wtfe of Wil-
low Yiew spent Sunday at theC. H.
Mrs. Sarah Parnell is quite ill at
the home of her niece. Mrs. Roy
John Suchy and wife entertained
a few friends Saturday night with a
jolly hop in honor of Mr. Odotn of
John Suchy has been building a
vulcanizer this week and intends to
vulcanize his own tires hereafter.
Prospects for a bumper fruit crop
are now in evidence.
The CASH GROCERY
T. G. Shockley 8 Son
For Staple and Fancy
We Buy Chickens Eggs and
Highest Prices Paid
Phone 35 Lexington, Okla.
With an Eastman
You can always plan a good time with one of these
little picture takers—we have a big selection to choose from.
We also handle films—we are agents for Westfalls too on the
developing. See us.
Janes 8 Kennedy
Hurry Up! Dress
On Each Saturday
We are going to make some very special prices on everything in that department in oruer
to reduce our mammct) stock. Get your new spring suit here and -a e youme 801,1 ex
tra dollars. You can see what you are petting and we can please you. Stylish new straw Lats,
Palm Beach Buits and Panamas, dandv new neckties—you can dress up at half price on Satur-
days. Get it in mind and come now while thfc time is ripe. 3peeials ou Hniskamp shoes oo
the kind that makes your feet emi!e.
Lower prices than ever on millinery Saturday*Don t fail to come
in on that day^-Get with the crowds and trade at
Can We Help You?
Just now you may be needing that harness oiled or re-
paired ot perhaps a new set. Remember we guarantee and
stand behind our stock so you make no mistake in giving us
Everything For the Horse
B, P. Ramsey Dies
Word came to Lexington Tues-1
day afternoon of the death of Mr. ;
B. P. Ramsey at his home in the j
Willow View neighborhood, death j
being due*to pneumonia, M. Ram-
sey's condition had been reported j
serious on Monday, but no one sus- j
pected that the end would come. j
It was a great shock and surprise
It seems that on the Sunday
night A1 Whittington barn was
burned, Mr. Ramsey ran quite a
ways to help extinguish the blaze
and afterwards took cold. His con-
dition became serious at once and .
nothing could he done apparently j
to check his illness. Definite a j
rangements have not been made re- j
garding burial as we go to to press ;
and fuller mention will be made in i
our next issue,
$102! $1255 $1552
The new designs we are showing in Men's Clothes
for this season by far outdo all our previous efforts.
The makers of "Shield Brand" Clothes have
produced the best models in their history. Come
in and see them.
\V. K. Breeding
l)rv Goods Co.
Tom Keller went to Norman
Wednesday on business connected
with the recent election.
Earl Simpson of Norman visited
friends in Lexington Sunday.
A well kept home, neat yards
and pretty (lower beds germinate
respect, pride, admiration, ambi-
tion, independence and popularity
— Lexington should be in the front
rank and NOW is the time to start
the good work.
Are served every day at this hotel. If you are hungry
and want a good square meal at the very reasonable price of 25
cents, we invite you to eat with us. We can satisfy both your
appetite and taste. Good, clean beds and rooms too—special
rates by the week.
Especial atttntion to farmers and their families.
The Barker Hotel
A. Loeffelholz, Prop.
When People Ask Us
what is good for nerves and lost weight,
we always recommend
a food tonic and tissue builder.
Breeding wtll have special prices i Get in line Saturday and attend
on gents furnishings Saturpay. Do \ Bin ding's sales—gent- furnishings
not fail to attend.
at low prices
t,W. O.'Sl Store.
Sam Hawk returned Monday! Miss Lois and Mayme Perkins
from a trip to Tulsa. He is doing | ,in ,
considerable improving on his fine j WiU'anTay higgle of Clncka-
farm north of town, .ditching
sowing :i 1 f 1f t.
and j sha, with a charminly planned din-
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