The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, September 10, 1915 Page: 10 of 10
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LEXINGTON. OKLA, LE A DER
Sale Begins Thurs-
day, September 9th.
Store will be open
till 9 p. m. Thursday.
Music and souvenirs
from 7 to 9 opening
TO THE LADIES
Of Lexington and Vicinity
Our Fall Opening of Suits, Dresses, Skirts
and All Ready=to=Wear Starts
We Will Gladly Show Them To Vou
The purpose of .his ad is to call your attention to our NEW FALL MERCHANDISE. The time is about here to d,s-
card that old suit or dress and set into something new. No matter what your needs are Rucker has foreseen them and
we will take pleasure in showing you whether you will huy or not. Our aim is to make this the "People s Store and we
recognize the fact that the people demand better merchandise every year. We carry nothing hut reputable goods.
Bridge Fare With $3.00 Purchase
Dr. C. E. Northcutt
Physicion and Surjjeon
Office over Hie Farmers State
Phones Res. «8 Office 51
OR R08ERT.E THACKER
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Breeding Building
Attorney At Law
ORioeiu Security State BniA Hldg.
A country like the south end of] Mrs. Alvin Burnett returned Fri-
Cleveland county needs advertising. | day from a vacation -l p,l "ltli re
It can he done in no better way 1 atives and friends m Amari lo, Tex-
thiin M prize winning exhibit at the J a-. She had a very enjoyable trip,
state fair. Be a booster and get Rent: Lower part of good
your products into the agricultural; |lUgjness building in Lexington.!
exhibit next Saturday, the IN. Will rent cheap. Enquire at the j
E. A. Denison for insurance, adv Leader office or phone 248 Purcell.:
Homer and Rov Hardwick came| Court Clerk Jim Stogner and wife)
in Saturday for a visit with, their were down in then Ford. Saturday
sister. Mrs. Jessie McBee. i from Norman, visiting with friends.
Mr. Stogner s new deput\ Mr. Utt
J. ,J. Brown, prominent fair ,S(eVens, assumed his duties on
booster of Corbet, was in town Sat-1 Tuesday of this week. All are high-
urdny. He thinks the coming ex-1 |v pleased with the apointment and j
(libit will be a good one, this being | jy|r Stevens gives promise of tilling
an excellent vear for raising excep- (|ie j,j|| to the letter.
tional growths in the different pro-j ^ ^ j j FranU, bakerv and
I confectionery your headquarters
For Sale or Trade: Ten horse, win n in Purcell.
dUioii!" "'ifvoune.'-d u'call'^m^ see ' Ton. Keller and family have been
Have you had electric lights' in- (.:ir arriving Saturday. It is very
italled in your home? ; difficult to secure Folds at present,
'I the orders being several thousand
Hutchin & Burke
Attorneys at Law
S. W. TURK
Office over Chickasaw National
DR. S. I). W ILSON
POST GRADUATE DENTIST
tnj« known to tht-
Every kiud of work
den tat profits i >n. Orfch
rk a specials). N itt
uh ui.-t erect by an expel ' nuaerthetirt
O/'fire Orrr Jinn-!, .t' Ketnuill/'i
PHONE >33 RESIDENCE 103
1 I KO'U,. OKLAHOMA
in excess of the Ford factory. The
j car was delivered by Agent J. I1.
Kent: The dwelling house
j 'i Bridge I one block north ot the Herman
<■ ^18 ad- Turk building. W ill rent very rea-
sonable. A good house in ft good
location. Enquire at the Leader
office or phone -48 Purcell.
Lexington Lodge No. 72. A F& A M
• Meets first and third Satur-
<sH^>day nights. All Masons
/^r\ good standing invited.
Arthur Sherman. I). C. Jenks,
W. M. Sec'.v.
— — — Mrs. M. Rolater returned Sunday
John Hall and-family of Walnut j lrora " te" days trip l° i
Springs, Texas, who have been vis- '
iting M. L. McJiinsey and family, | While the war is getting so hot
left Sunday for their home. They j„ Europe, let's keep cool in Atuer-
spent a pleasant two weeks here. }oa> Use the J. J. Franks Fount-
Before leaving Mr. Hall subscribed j ,lin Purcell.
for the Leader and will keep up j .. .
Lexington folks He says there! Mrs. Mary Bertram! was a week
isn't much cotton in his part of | visitor at the Clias.Greemor* home.
Texas this year.
Col. W. M. Gandy left Sunday
Farmers, get up the best you
have raised this vear and bring it
for 3U5Y People
Ni ;. .it m
10' Z5< 50^
AT ALL DRUG STORES
, - ■ , i mi I ""li ? ' to the agricultural exhibit next Sat-
for Carnegie where lie wtllbe tih* t lirilliv. t|„, 18th. We must have a
winter with his daughter Miss Era, ghowi u,is year at the
teacher m the I arnegte schools. f|)ir Y(mr hel(1 jg nee,ietli g0
Vou can get the J. J. Franks rally to the cause and help show
bread at the J. M. Tuggle (irocery. the thousands of Oklahoma citizens
' at the fair just what your country
Roy Sudderth and family ,,f | can raise We have the goods whv
Wanette were here over the week ,K>t 8,10W others.
end visiting relatives.
Plentv of money to loan on farms
Sherman & Sherman
See Mrs. E. A. IJenison for farm
loans at lowest rates.—adv
hard times make no difference.
Fred Kemp. John Asbur.v and J. ^dv-47-tf See J. F. Shockley.
F. Shocklev were Norman visitor- I
Friday evening. They say the I W. L. Lurry and wife wgre down
Woodmen sure put on a big show Sunday from northwest of Norman
there Fridav evening. where he is with lus new hiuer-
| thresher with which they are doing
E. Northcutt was a visitor, fine. They visited Tom Rose and
You don't need to be a me-
chanic to understand why
the De Laval separator bowl
is so easy to keep in balance
1st. AS WILL BE SEEN BY THE
illustration at the left the heaviest part
of the De Lav:il bowl is below the point
of suspension and it is thus much easier
to keeo in balance than a bowl attached
to a spindle as in the illustration on the
2nd. ALL DE LAVAL BOWLS, AS NOW
,-jl made, ai-e detached from the spindle, m-
i') toriocking with the spindle only when
Traced in position, the bowl spindle always remain-
ing HI the machine. This avoids ,to th® f
in handling the bow!., 1 ^X/towl either
an oily spindle to waih with the bowl, eitner.
3rd. NO BALL BEARINGS TO GET OUT OF
easy running and a much longer wearing machine.
THE NEW STYLE DE LAVAL IS SO SIMPLE
in construction that any one can nut it together or
tike it anart without any trouble. All paits die
strongly made and substantial Clin sk.mmine
and durability are the result ot perfect De Laval
Come in any lime and look a De Laval o«r for younetf. It will be
well worth your while if you like to look at . well made m.chme.
EDGAR J. KELLER
to Norman Friday.
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The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, September 10, 1915, newspaper, September 10, 1915; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110690/m1/10/: accessed May 25, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.