The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, September 10, 1915 Page: 7 of 10

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THE LEXINGTON LEADER
The Fall
Announcements
Red Goose School
Shoes for Boys and
Girls. They Wear
the Longest
_ ill lITllll' ''
fil TRADEMARK 71
IV^LQTHBS
Curlee Suits and
Pants for Men--Big-
gest Values on Earth
Gossard and Warner
Bros. Corsets are the
acme of perfection in
the corset world.
Sunshine Cloaks ant
coat suits have no
equal
Fall Announcements from this store
contain much that should be of interest to
you in selecting your fall and winter ward-
robe. The styles for the 1915 fall season
surpass all previous efforts af tashion mak-
ers and we are pleased to state that our
stock is complete wsth the latest and best
from the northern and eustern markets.
We have just returned Irom our semi-
annual trip to the buying centers. We are
chock full of enthusiasm and we are cer-
tain that you will catch the same spuit
when you see our new fall and winter
goods. They are indeed beautiiul and
built both for style and serviceable wear.
We extend a cordial invitation to ^ OU ti >
visit our store, look at this complete sto^k,
and learn our prices. We have the goods
and make the prices to make business.
Service
To You Is Our
Foremost Aim
And we appreciate the dollars you
spend here, we will appreciate an opportu-
nity to prove our claims regarding our tail
stock, its completeness, its up-to-dateness
and its moderate prices. You can rest as-
sured that the merchandise you buy here
is standard and that it is
Honest Values
Hanks Dry Goods
Company Purcell
*!any ieople In This Town
ne>r real' enjoyed a meal until
we dvised tiern to take a
D£Pb?ef
l>efor i1() gftx each meal. Sold only
by us._>5c a )0x.
Ov Diug Stof.
HEL8ELL
1 lie o wetilher is line for tin
cotton ;*J fop -jutting up liny.
The Jptist meeting closed at i
Davits litiweek. It was a success-
\ fill rneetivliere being about twenty
I conversioiduring the meeting.
Road \rking is progressing!
j nicely in ti district. The roads
1 were bstdlylneed of work.
Clias. (>r^nrft .,n(| Mr. Hudson
I of Kansas U. pussed through
Helsel SuinU
'1 lie Needy,, buys came to j
Helsel Saturd^md ^ave the boys
j a good (rimmi. "Tlie game w^is,
a dose the sco^ejng (j to 2 in
favor of NeedL The llelsel
I boys will have t\„ -ome playing
I to beat Canada \|ay.
Dan Winter?1 aWife wire called |
to Bradley last w\ to vjSIt t|„.jr
| sick daughter, MrLren,.,, Allison
she is reported bet\
Clark Davis retuh home Mon-
[day for a few daystjt with his,
j parents and friends^
Uev. Lewis preach\t0 ,, iarge
I crowd ut Shiloh B:Vt church!
I Sunday night. \
High U illiams, ^\iiver*seer,
j made a business trip\ Norman
i the first of the week. \
The Baptist are build\ R nevv
church two miles east Wjpnce
I Hill.
Several of the Science 1
(attended the Woodmen
Norman last week.
7 1=2 Pounds Pure Lard
Net Rate $1.00
CRAWFORD'S
Back Of It All
Is the Real Quality of Good Flour, That's
"Gilt Edge"
The millers of this Hour have put forth ever effort in
making it the best llour that years of experience can produce.
Try a «ack today. Awarded gold medal at Trans-Mississippi and
International Exposition, Omaha, 1898.
for fresh
LJOUMJn GROCERIES
MRS. E. A. DENISON
Successor to S. S. Denison.
FIRE and TORNADO INSURANCE
FIRM LOANS and REAL ESTATE
tttf Office in old Picture Gallery Building.
NOTARY PUBLIC
ieople
All Sizes
\
t
Gives more light, consumes less current than
the old fashioned carbon lamps anil are equally dura-
hie. When you buy NATIONAL MAZDA LAMPS
now or in the future vou are assured of the best pni-
duct known to the art of lamp making.
We are agents. One trial of these bulbs will
prove every claim we make for them. Looked upon
as the standard light the world over:
LEOPOLD ILLE
The National Mazda f
Electric Light Bulb q
0
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4
9
Notice To Masons
The Lexington lodge A. F. it M..
will have as their guest on Satur-
day night, Sept. IS, Brother \\ . H.
P. Trudgeon of Purcell, will deliver
an address on Masonry. refresh-
ments will follow the meeting and
you urged to be present. Members
of several lodges will be here on
that date.—Arthur Sherman. W. M.
Phone 3Q
We can supply you with any and all kind-
....1 urtrdinancea and supplies.
of electri-
A. McDaniel was here from Nor-
man, Wednesday afternoon.
Court was in session h®re Wed-
nesday.
Eugene Ambrister, proprietor oi
a gin here, was down from Nor-
man Tuesday making preparations
for the opening of the cotton season.
Lost: Backhand of new harness,
brass mounted, between Lexington
and Stovall. Return to Will Hoop-
er and get paid for vour trouble.
j Mrs. Marv Mitchell w:is here froiu
Purcell Monday, visiting tier daugh-
ter. Mrs. W. C. Breeding.
Dallas News and Leader $1.75
People Say To Us
"I cannot eat this or that foci, it does
not agree with ine." Our advice to
all of thera is to take a
D Tablet
before and after each meal. 25c a box.
Owl Drug Slor«.
Hog Sale
H. C. Clark of Purcell w.e]i
at auction about 55 head of.js.
tered Duroc Hogs Septembe\(j
11:30 p. m. Col. G. D. Gra\,f
Norman will have charge of
Will also sell a few registered
land Chinas' There could
be a better time for a faamer
buy hogs than this fall as corn
I plentiful and hogs are scarce. 52-1
Heavy Storm Hits Here
A heavy wind and rain storing
struck Lexington from the east and
northeast about -!:30 o clock 1 burs-
day morning and daybreak revealed
several broken down trees and over
turned out buildings. The lightning
was incessant and constant rever-
barations of thunder prevented any
great amount of sleeping during
the storm. Electric light lines were
put out of business practically all
over town. It is estimated that
about an inch and a half of rain
fell, but cotton will not be hurt
noticeably.
The Boosters
We print the following list of
boosters from the list of Lexington
business houses, who have agreed
to contribute the sum of 5 cents
uer day toward a fund for sprinkling
the streets during the dusty season
and making it possible for citizens,
shoppers and farmers to enjov re
lief from the clouds of dust. Con
suit the list and see who are really
interested in making things more
pleasant when dusty streets prevail:
Neal Smith, Emil Fontenier, Hard-
wick & Sudderth, J. P. Perkins
J. C. Dowdy, T. W. Keller, J. 1
Collins, J. M. Toggle. Lexington
Leader. Henry Dodson, Clias. Black-
well. Hackler k Co., Bob Travis,
K. Blake. Tilden Roberts, Dutch
Reiger. MoBee Jarhoe, K. •!.
Keller, Ben Ferreter, Wynne &
Massey. Leopold I He, Marcura <k
Isom, Security State Bank, Farmers
State Guaranty Bank. W. K. Breed-
ing, Sherman it Sherman. Anton
Loeffelholz, J. F. Shockley and M.
F. Mareee thought the service
worth a 10 cents and' contributed
that amount. The streets were
given a good "dipping"' rly Toes-
day morning and Tuesday things
were very pleasant for people down
town. *
It ELI A liLE
And 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.
/iro\c/ie?/s
f)oes Your Washing
Mother?
\ Of cour* it does this hot weather.
We can lighten tl.at burden, save you health and money.
—we\ ,,ur work right.
A .ave a driver that comes to Lexington <on W^ednes-
days a\Saturdays and by calling us o\cr 1
will be\d to call and get your package.
WiL-e a dry cleaning establishment also Biffl our
steam clL.r never fails to get the dirt.
Let L of service to you. We make only a reason-
able prieeV all our work and when you consu
means in Vining 'lie drudgery of housework, jou will
see that weU (sU(:h a price.
We stand,ack of our work. If it doesn t pi' an ><> '.
remember yo#iave recourse on us.
Absolute Satisfaction Assured
Modern Steam Laundry
Purcell, Oklahoma
The Paint House of the Southwest
I have just put ir. a full line of paints, oils. '
white lead, dry colors, ttushes-in fact everytlnng >n the pam
line. Not only do I k^P everything ... the paint '
keep the best. Quality counts. If you mtend^paintm^your
house pt barn you had better see me. 1 can save
| George L. Baughman
: Mru. Jes-ie Perry and S"U, Man-
! ley <>f M; v-villt • re ill with typhoid ——
Leader and Dallas News $1.75

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