The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, July 23, 1915 Page: 4 of 19
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LEXINGTON. OKLA., LEADER
I GROCERIES! s
For Those Who Care s
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We keep our stock up to the highest pos- S-
. sible standard; we are turning it all the time
5 so you are assured of FRESH LATABLLS J
S Bull Dog And Kansas Diamond Fiour 5
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"I Don't Feel Good"
That is what a lot of people tell us.
Usually their bowels only need cleansing.
Mrs. John Blackwell and daugh-
spending the week at
IJo the Flics Hot her*?
Dr. Hess' Fly Chaser
It drives flies and mosquitoes away. It should he sprayed
twice daily, all summer, on steers, horses, etc, and cows before
A Single Gallon, $1.00, Will Last All Season
SHERMAN & SHERMAN
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
DR ROBERT. E THACKER
Physician & Surgeon
OHice in lireeding Building
J. M. BISHOP
Hecurifcy State Bwtik Building
Attorney At Law
Uflioi! in Security State BaulrHkig
Hutchin & Burke
Attorneys at Law
S. VV. TURK
Office over Chickasaw National
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the seat of the disease. Ca-
tarrh is a blood or constitutional disease,
and in order to cure it you must take In-
ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is
taken internally, and acts directly upon
the blood and mucous surface. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It
was prescribed by one of the best phy-
sicians in this country for years and is
a regular prescription. It is composed of
tile best tonics known, combined with the
best blood purifiers, acting directly on the
mucous surfaces The perfect combina-
tion of the two ingredients is what pro-
duces such wonderful results in curing
catarrh Send for testimonials, free.
P. J CHENEY & r i„ I'r >(,*.. Toledo, O.
Sold by DrugKlsts pil ■' 75c.
Take Hall's Family rills for constipation.
will do the trick and make you feel fine.
We know this positively. Take one
tonight. Sold only by us, 10 cents.
Owl Drug Store.
Miss Anna Sandusky, who has
been very ill in Edmond this last
week is better at this issue. She
i has been attending the normal at
| Edmond this summer.
Free! Free!! Ice water—fresh and
I fine at Leopold Ille's. Come in
I and try a glass.
Miss Winnie Travis left Wednes-
j day for Wayne when she will join a
I party to make an extended visit
down in the Arbnckle mountains on
the Washita river.
E. A. Denison for insurance, adv
Mrs. Nellie Stiver of Denison,
Texas, who has been visiting her
sister, Mrs. Tom Thornton, at
Wayne, and her daughter, Mrs. A.
J. Thompson at Lone Star returned
A. T. Roberts, the Old Reliable
Jeweler, can do your watch repair-
ing. All work guaranteed.
Nettie Stevens and Mamie
Thompson spent Saturday and
Sunday with Annie Townley in
Legal blank of all kinds for sale
ift the Leader office. Get our rates
011 all kinds of printing before you
Mrs. Robert Isom left Wednesday
morning on a visit to Jfriends and
For Sale: A good six room house
with good walled cellar, citv water,
•sidewalks constructed. May be had
for a bargain, Address box 592,
John Kemp and Will Farris re-
turned Wednesday from a short
business trip to Gainesville, Texas.
Mrs. K. Blake and son. Eugene
left Tuesday morning for Pryor
Creek. Oklahoma, to visit relatives
and friends. Her health has been
quite poorly recently and the trip
is made with the view of bettering
Carl Chastain, Herbert Hyde and
Wayne Rucker were here from Nor-
man, Tuesday night.
Palm Beach suits cleaned and
pressed for 75 cents.—OK Cleaning
A1 Wliittington brought in a
stalk of Sudan grass Saturday and
We are exhititing it in our window.
The stalk is eight feet and eight
inches long. Any of you farmers
that can beat it bring it in and we
will be glatl to give it a prominent
place in our display window. Mr.
Wliittington lives in the Lone Star
Get our prices on cleaning and
pressing. We do it better, quicker
and cheaper. OK Cleaning Parlor.
Edith and Jessie Jarboe spent
I Saturday night with Mrs. Tom Jar-
Miss Mamie Belew spent Satur-
day night with Mrs. Will Rose.
Mrs. Odom and family spent Sun-
day at the Holsenbake home.
Mrs. Jarboe and daughter Edith
speut Wednesday evening at the
i Tom Belew home.
R. M. Black and family spent
Saturday night and Sunday with,
Jim Black at Wayne.
Mamie Odom, Ella and Loraine
Myers, Ella Anneler, George Black
and Buster Smith were supper
guests of Elsie and Orbie Holsen-ij*
Rev. Myer left for Stratford one
day last week.
Mamie Odom spent Saturday
night with Hattie Pearcy.
Mrs. R. Jarboe and nephew, Ho-
mer Rowntree, left Sunday night
Carl Jarboe spent Sunday with
I,ometo!lt8. :lreds of hard earned dollars foolishll
Edith Belew i, pe„Jl„B thef,, Qf a|| inferior an(j unk„own
PKI STON S PLANTS Nancy Hall.
Porto Rico and Triumph slips 25; vines
or cuttings, $2.-2S per thousand, after June
20 Yellow Jersey vines, ready now, $2.25
time 1' red M P
. Pine Castle. Flo-
build you a reinforced concrete
Ve have several Polk System machir
recting reinforced concrete silo
e offer for sale; or we will rent 1
of building a silo,
business, it will p.
homa Concrete Si
Lexington Lodge No. 72, A F & A M
Meets first and third Sutur-
es^ day nights. All Masons in
ood .standing invited.
Arthur Sherman. I). C. Jenks,
11 1. ,l:
AT ALL DRUG STORt.
Sherman & Sherirwm
to write t
Does It Represent?
week wito Mrs. J. W. Belew ,. . .
Dona Black of near Wayne is,rn out cylinders was gathered in Wl
spending the week with Mattie^eam separator company from cu
Black. With each cylinder came a loud
Will Huffman and family spent al,
Sunday with R. Owens and family.
Edith and Jessie Jarboe spent
Wednesday afternoon with Mattie
Must Be A Reaso
Singing at Denton every Snnday cheapest and when you get a De
^ 3 o'clock. Everybody invited. , bfcst Dq not take our word, aslk
Whv Nnt This at t^le P^e again and think of the ri
What would you think about a' US about a De Laval- wil1 be a
nice concrete watering trough for^r Home.
public use? Pnt the trough in a
good central location, accessible
easily. Wouldn't it be a good ad
vertisement as well as a great con
venience. The farmers would ap
preciate such a move and transients
would always leave with a good
word for Lexington. Mhe cost!
would be small, the results great
and the advertisement permanent. I
With a little enconragement, the
city council would get behind a
movement. What do you think
thin a years
^al truth the
How Would You Like To Be
At the North Pole
It would certainly be nice would
not it, these hot days. You can
have all the pleasures with our ice
pure filtered frozen water that keeps
everything cool and sanitary—order
of us. Phone 39, Leopold Ille.
See Mre. E. A. Denison for farm
loans at lowest rates.—adv
For Rent: Lower part of good
business building in Lexington.
Will rent t heap. Enquire at the
Leader office or phone 24S Purcell.
Prof. R. W. Bahner and family
returned Wednesday afterhoon from
points in Kansas where they have
been visiting the past ten days.
Mrs. T. N. Trotter and children
of Armory, Mississippi, are here
visiting her brother Dr. T. V. Hill
All Tonsorial Work
Old Jess Teague
Wm. M. Roberts, Prop.
A delightful shower fell Tuesday
morning moistening the top of the
| ground. Such a rain was needed
most at this time. Corn was helped
wonderfully and cotton was given
[ another good send off toward mak-
ing a very gooe crop yet.
Derene Hunt is visiting this
week with her cousin, Viola Abbott
Prof. W. N. Rice went to Lexing-
i ton today to close up a contract to
act as superintendent of its city
schools the coming year. He is
one of the best organizers and
teachers in the county, and Lexing-
ton U fortunate in securing his ser-
vices. Miss Simpson will take his
ploce in the corn district. Norman
Plenty of money to loan on farms
hard times make no difference.
idv-47-tf See J. F. Shockley.
Mis< Clemmie Marie White has
just returned from Wesley hospital
at Oklahoma City where she had an
operation performed two weeks ago
for appendicitis. She is getting
along nicely. Mrs. Mamie Jones
accompanied her home from Okla-
homa City Wednesday.
Jake Chanowsky and family of
Fort Worth, Texas, with their cous-
in. Mr. Silverman, from Kansas
City have been visiting in Oklaho-j
ma City. Returning through Lex-
ington Wednesday they took dinner
with their friend Chas. Lisszauer
and spent a few hours. They spent
the night at Ardmore with frieuds.
Found: Side curtain to baby car-
riage. Owner describe same and
pay for notice.
Claude Pickard was here Tuesday
from Norman on business.
i Tom Cheatwood from Norman:
was here on business Tuesday.
Notice To Creditors
All persons having claims against
T. V. Gorrell deceased, are required
to present the same with the nee
essar vouchers, to the undersigned
Mollie C. Byrley, Executrix of the
hist will and testament of stud de-
ceased at the law office of Ilutchin
& Burke in the town of Lexington,
Oklahoma within four months of
the date hereof, or the same will be
Dated this the 10th day of July
Mollie C. Byrley. Executrix.
Hutchin & Burke, Attorneys.
Jim Boatright is here from Strat-
ford visiting his father J. C. Boat-
Rev. S. B. Wilkerson of Lexing-
ton is conducting a two weeks re-
vival at New Hope church.
Miss Mora Cox of Purcell is
spending the week with home folks
Ethric Roach of Louisville. Ken-
tucky, is spending the week at the
home of T. J. Elliott and family.
Mrs. M. L. West is visiting with
relatives and friends at Palmer,
Mrs. H. E. Ackridge who has
been visiting at the home of her
son Virgo and ramily for the past
two months returned to her home
at Palestine, Texas, Wednesday.
Buck Thompson spent a few days
at Wayne last week.
this to say to th
pnrl />■£ /"'I - -
Jtioe store, (juarar
^tiw'itore. (.uaran tec all shoes
and repair rips free---20 Compons from
this store gets you a new pair <of shoes free.
2 doors west oi Post Office, purcell, Okla
| The Lexington Oarage I
Wants your automobile repair work, we Zr,
guarantee what we do, our pric
able, automobile supplies, gas
rates are low. Your patronage
es are reason-
Give us a trial.
| 7$. Fontenier,
Lot Xfo Suggest
Will Relieve Your Indigestion
■sjois BnjQ |«o
It' your watch or jewelry is in
I can execute the work in the most
and at a moderate cost.
need of repairs
Give /Me Your Work and I
Will (Jive Satis fen
H, M. Davis, Jeweler and
Corner Main St and Canadian.
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