The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, July 23, 1915 Page: 2 of 19
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THE LEXINGTON LEADER
It's Easy Enough
To be pleasant when life rolls along like a
song but the man worth while is the man with
a smile when everything goes wrong. Use
Gilt Edge Flour
to keep the smile going.
The Lexington Leader
John G Hardik, Proprietor.
Cleveland Countv Knterprise and
and Lexington Leader Official
Euterbd At the postofflce at Lexington
Okla. ftt? Second-clam? mail matter.
One Year - ■ - $1.00 i
Six Months - - - .60
Three Months - - .'2r>!
,/. F. Shock ley
Heal Estate, Loans and
Thoroughly posted on values of farm and city property
in Cleveland county, and inquiries promptly and cheerfully
answered. If vou want money see me.
J. F. SHOCKLEY
Phone No. 71 Lexington, Oklahoma
Display Per Inch - - 10c
Locals Per Line - - 5c
E NEW BAKERY We have secured 3
(he Exclusive Agency For Linder's §
| Cream Bread, Milk Bread, Rye Bread §
And will receiqe FRESH shipments DAILY—bear ^3
J- that in mind—it will be fresh EVERY DAY. Orddr your ^
C: bread here and you will be satisfied as to its quality, fresh- ^
ness and deliciousness. Full weight loaves in 5c and lOcsizes
| Loot)ohl Ille I
Phone lit) 3
B. H. RACKLEY
Will Sell Furniture
OT TIME ON
FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1915
Mrs. J. H. Baughman left Sun-
j day for Fort Cobb to visit her
j daughter, Mrs. Geo. W. BoydstunJ
Phoenix Guaranteed Hosiery, for
j men and women, just arrived at
! Joe Schwartz', Purcell
Mrs. Hattie Bottoms" and child-
: ren of Byers, Texas, are here visit-
ing her parents, A. J. Barnett and
Palm Beach skirts, all sizes,
$1.95 each, Joe Schwartz, Purcell.
J. H. Baughman and Jim Sud-
derth were Oklahoma City visitors
Just received, all the new shades
in Ladies Phoenix Hose, putty, grey
and toupe, Joe Schwartz, Purcell.
Hro. J.. D. Massey who has been
at Byars for a few days for his
health will return this week. He
is recovering his health and is feel-
ing much better and will be back
to preach Sunday morning and
night. All are invited to come out
and hear him.
~DR. S. D~wiLS0N~j
POST GRADUATE DENTIST
| Kvery kind of work done known to the
dental profeHsion. Orthodontia and Bridge
.vork a specialty. Nitrous oxide gas ad-
ministered by an expert anaesthetist.
Office Over Janes db Kennedys
PMONI; 233 RtiSIDENCK 103
The B & B Auto Transfer
Invites a share of your patronage—we will try to please
jou. We will make country drives—get you there 011 time.
We want your business.
Burkett Residence 51 00^^ Palnce Drug Store 42
Owl Drug Store 48 My Hotel, Purcell 263
Drivers Tlonroe Burkett Irl Bohanan
Qive Us Your Next Call
For Sale—One 20 H, P, Steam
Traction engine; cheap. Rolertson.
Archer Co., Purcell.
0. Fuller of Sheridan Lake. Col-
orado, was here Friday and Satur-
day attending to sotne business
matters. Mr. Fuller is a former
Lexingtonian who is doing well in
Colorado. He thinks that a great
country. He left Monday after-
noon for his home,
Great Reductions in straw hats,
oxford shoes and Cooper's under-
wear, Joe Schwartz, Purcell.
William Breeding, Chas Williams
and Alvin Burnett left last Thurs-
day night for a short sojourn on
the banks of the Washita near
Maysville with the expectation of
landing a bunch of line fish. No
doubt they had a most enjoyable
time and trip.
For Sale—A good long yearling
red hull. Will sell reasonable.
See F. I'. Owens, three miles north
and two and a half east of Lexing-
Attorney William Moutaw went
to Norman Monday to see after le-
If you are thinking of placing a
summer order for coal, we'll be glad
| to talk overour prices with you. All
j kinds of the best. Leopold Ille.
A.nd Time Tried
We invite you to continue with us. Our fifteen years
experience in giving the right kind of service is the basis on
which we invite your business. Getting you there on time, charge
reasonable, careful and safe drivers is the way we will hope to
hold your business. Always ring No. 72 Lexington and No. 205
Purcell and we'll have an auto or bus for you.
YY. W. Boyd, D. D. S.
Ollice hours: 8:30 a. m.to5 p. m.
Sundays by appointment. Phone
connection. Office over Purcell
Bank and Trust Co., Purcell, Okla.
MRS. E. A. DENISON
Successor to S. S. Denison.
FIRE and TORNADO INSURANCE
UBM 10ANS and REAL ESTATE
Office in old Picture Gallery Building.
The Misses Mayme and Lois Per-
j kins spent the week end with home
folks. Summer school closes at
I Edmond next week and the Lex-
ington contingent will be at home.
I ' Joe Schwartz' Semi-Annual Sale
is still going on. It will pay you
j to call.
D. C. Jenks returned Monday af-
ternoon from a ten days trip to
points in middle and southern Tex-
as. Southern Texas is dry he says
cotton being in especially bad con-1
dition, prospects are that a smallj
crop will b< raised there. With
the decreased acreage and small
crop too, cotton prices ought to be
good ones this fall. Mr. Jenks is
again "on the job" in the Lender
office and things have resumed
their natural routine.
Make the J. J Franks bakery and
confectionery your headquarters
when in Purcell.
A PILE OF EXPERIENCE
What Does It Represent?
It represents hundreds of hard earned dollars foolishly spent in
buying cream separators of an inferior and unknown bra d. This
huge pile of old worn out cylinders was gathered in within a years
time by the De Laval cream separator company from customers us-
ing cheap separators. With each cylinder came a loud protest and
an order for a De Laval.
There Must Be A Reason
The best is the cheapest and when you get a De Laval cream
separator you get the best. Do not take our word, ask the farmer
who uses one. Look at the pile again and think of the real truth the
picture tells; then see us about a De Laval. It will be a pleasure for
us to install one in your home.
Edgar J. Keller
Lex inoton, ()khi hornu
Let is Store
We have this to say to the far-
mers of the south end of Cleveland
county==we think we have those
things that will serve you too==as we
John Deere Implements Celebrated Velie Busies
Have a Full Stock of American Field Fence
Harnesss That Is Guaranteed as to Durability and Workmanship
Majestic Ranges, the Acme of Stove Making
Everything in the Hardware Line, Maintaining a Stock That Is
We want your trade, we want to sell you what you need and our
terms are very liberal. Call and see us on your next trip to Purcell.
Beringer Hardware Co,
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The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, July 23, 1915, newspaper, July 23, 1915; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110683/m1/2/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.