The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, September 24, 1915 Page: 12 of 12
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Do you need new knee pad-.
Do you need new wagon cover-
Do you need a set of shop made harness?
Do you need your harness repaired and oiled?
If You Do We Arc Here To
Fill Your Orders—Come In
"The Best of Everything First"
THK I'Allt rONTIUHj IIO\ TUg of Mlss Gladys Voho
The following is tlie buncn 01 ; an(i Mr Alfred McJimsey occurred
boosters who made the fair Pos8")le , Saturday evening. September i8th,
the me,, who have shown by r.liclr j it ti o'clock at the home of the
> ihii iIimv are interested in bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. OJ0
support that they are lot | Yolio, the ceremony being perform-
the bettering of agricultural condi- by Rey j r) Massey of the Meth-
iions hftre. ' odist church, south. Immediately
Security State Bank 15.00 following the ceremony, a wedding
, . ..IA„ „r,rroH nnlv immediate
Farmers Guaranty Bank
W. K. Breeding. Mdse
Palace Drug Store
J. M. Tuggle.
Henry Dodson, Mdse
Lexington Leader, Subs.
JOIIUWIIIR . - -
5.00 supper was served. Only Immediate
2.50 relatives witnessed the wedding.
2.00 The bride has been reared In I>ex-
2.00 tnfcton and is a young lady univers1
2.00 ally popular, while the groom is the
2 ' stalwart young son of Mr and Mrs.
2 00 j| |„ McJimsey, an industrious and
Lexington ijtfuuri, fuuo, w . i<. 'iv-i"""...
K Blake, Mdse 2.00 ; well .respected young gentHman.
1 An mi. <11 mnl/o thai* inmo on t IIP
Dr. T. V. Hill
E. J. Keller, Mdse
Wvnne & Massey, Mdse
Horttor Bros.. Mdse.
Farmers Oo-Op. Oin
J. F. Shockley
T. W. Keller,
Hardwick & Suddertli
S. Y. Perkins
J B. Collins, Mdse
Hackler & Co
C. G. Shockley, Mdse
R. J. Reiger
W. H. P. Trudgeon
A. T. Roberts
In cash donations $3*.
In merchandise donations
-o,r ( wen .rwpcvicu /v/.si.fe
1.00 They will make their borne on th#>
farm three miles north of Lexington
Paid in premiums
Expenses- Ad v.
.Balance on hand
A few premiums
We call attention to the full
page advertisement of the W. K.
Breeding Dry Goods Company in
this issue of the Leader. Mr. Breed
ing will commence a sale on Satur-
day, September 25th, which he
says will beat anything of the kind
ever offered to the people of this
community. If he carries it out,
the sale will be a hummer. The
store has just received Its complete
stock of fall and winter goods and
these will nil be offered at sale
prices—something extraordinar> In
17.50 j Itself
! Read the ad
$52.00 j to you.
Attorney H^nry M. Carr. of Pauls
Valley was here Monday with bus-
iness In the county court.
M \V ItrilJt < I'STOM >111.1.
J. W. Belew was In town Monday
discussing with the business men the
possibility and advlsibillty of a cus-
tom mill i'or Lexington and almost -ill
the business men were heartily In
favor of tile idea. If the right kiid
of financial help can be secured the
new enterprise wil be a reality with-
in a month or six weeks.
I I'lie new mill completed would rc-
I quire an outlay of something like
$2500.00. An effort will be nut.lc
to" interest a sufficient number of
farmers and townspeople to sub-
scribe stock to cover that "amount
Mr. Belew, the promoter, is desirous
ot' retaining a good sized block of
the stock himself with the option on
the remainder should it be sold at
any time. It would be better to
form a corporation, though, in es-
tablishing the mill, to interest farm-
ers and secure their co-operation so
as to assure the success of the under,
t ak i nfc •
Once started it would prove a
strong asset to business interests
The machinery will be installed by
the mill company and the mill oper
ated thirty days on approval before
any payment is required. The ma-
chinery is guaranteed as to work-
manship, durability, and quality of
product turned out.
It is certain that a good site right
in the business section could be se-
cured. Investment in the mill
would be certain of good dividends
and the success of the mill would he
reflected in bette.r business condi-
Are you interested?
OIL AND OAS NEWS
A lease is said to have been £tv-
en on several thousand acres of
land in the Stellar country, some 18
miles northeast of Norman, to a
company who proposes to drill
2.500 feet. Drillers are still work-
ing on the well at Eason, in Potta-
watomie county. There are no new-
developments at this time for «he
drilling of a well in close proximity
to Norman, although the company
of which L. L. McCord is connected
with are still figuring on making
arrangements t ohave a well drilled
near Denver.—Norman Democrat-
it will be of servi-e
Attorney .1. M. Gresham of Not-
I man, was down attending to mat
| (ers |n (]le rountv court Monday.
7 I Edward Cassity of the Santa Fe
$62.ou I (orce at Noble, was here Tuesday as
not called tor witness in a case in county court.
Respectfully. | Mrs. Robert Thacker was a vUi- I
JAY SHERMAN, tor to Oklahoma City Tuesday.
PERIvIN'S FALL ANNOl'M'EMKN r
You will find some mighty Inter-
esting store newe in this issue of
the Leader from the store of S Y.
Perkins & Co.. regarding the t.ew
fall stock which they are just pric-
ing on their shelves. It is now
merchandise throughout and should
prove a big drawing card for this
store. They have extended a wi.rm
invitation to their customers, oh!
as well as new, to call and inspect
their new Eoods and if there !s any-
thing in the old and tried saying
"seeing is believing" then you will
have reason to give cc/isideratlon to
Kirschbaum is a magic word in
the clothing wyrld. It stands
for the best in workmanship
and style. That's the name of
our clothing for men and young
men. While every suit is all
wool, hand tailored and fits
like a glove yet they cost no
more than ordinary clothing.
We also have all the new blocks
in hats, new fall shoes, Muns-
ing underwear, and in fact
everything you are going to
need for fall and winter.
Don't overlook our Ladies
Ready-to-Wear, shoes, blankets,
new dress goods, ginghams,
hosierv, corsets, trunks and
suit cases. By going direct to
the manufacturers and buying
for nine big stores, we are en-
abled to sell you better goods
for less money. We are look-
ing for you at Rucker s.
The Store Ahead"
For Your Figure
there are many
at $2, $2.50, $3.50, $5_,
$6.50, $7.50 ana to $25
Once you have observed the style, tcearinr, qua
ity, comfort and value of the original
front-lacing corset, your corset probL'in v.
ended forever. It is worn by millions of wotne.'
and advocated by thousands of physician
dressmakers and couturiers. ^ ou are
invited to sec the new models authorized
by The H. W. Ciossard Co. in their
6th Semi-Annual Proclamation
of Autnoritative Corset Styles
Fall and Winter 1915-16
The importance of being correctly fitted to your new
Gossard before selecting your new suits and dresses cannot
be emphasized too much.
Tliis importance is fully recognized in this store. Here, titanic! to the
inherent qualities of the Gossard, and to the 'It car* paid to correct
corset fitting, faulty figure lines are impr >ved and g*)d lines are main-
tained. Nothing is left to the imagination. What the Gosiard does
for you is at once apparent.
Fall models arc- not extreme. All are youthful in effect. And in addi-
tion to their hygienic and exclusive style feature*, the new Gossard
cora; ts oiler a selection of materials that are at oikc smart and beautiful.
It will l - .i pleasure to give you J trial fitting at your coavcuicucc.
When may we cxpegt you'
Hanks Dry Goods Co.
Ss 't maiU
The Ideal Figure
>. F. Lambert of the • T(je water vorka plant has been!
gliborhood was transacting oust- very busy thus far this week, the
IS in Lexington,Monday. .new motor and pump being install-j
Ctil Hobson was down from
j new motor and pump being install
ed. The new apparatus m very neat j
t | in every way. It is about one third
,...ioma City Sunday visiting W. C. the size of the old pump but will
Breeding and other friends. ! do much taster and belter v.ork
; having a pumping capacity of 2o0
Born to Mr and Mrs. Tom W ad- gallons per minute—certainly suf-
* on Thursday, September 18, a i floient volume to keep lexington
... • i Ait n.irtie« people supplied with water foi J.l
bouncing bal)> girl. * . purposes. Connections were made
doing nicelv and as happy as can be.
Dr. C. E. Northcutt
Phvsicion and Surjjeon
Office over the Farmers state
Phones Re«. 9o Office
Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Wash-
burn on Thursday, September 18.
si lusty youngster—a dandy boy.
parties doing nicely.
A. C. I'ruitt and family are pre-
paring to move from the house at
the top of the hill, to the farm.
County Attorney J. I). Grigsby
been handling the cases in
county court this week with dis-
patch—the kind of court where bus-
iness is transacted.
Deputy Sheriff Tom Rose and
wife entertained County Attorney
(.rigsby at dinner Tuesday.
The Leader goes into every home
in the trading territory of Lexington
If you want to put it before the
people—use the Leader.
Wednesday and Thursday and in all
probability the new machinery fill
be put to work today.
Day service of electricity will be
furnished the town from now on
and thatmeans many conve iietu.es.
A new shipment of meters was re-
ceived Tuesday and they sire being
placed as quickly as possible The
number of electric ligfcr users is
growing fast and everybody seems
more than well pleased with the
Other good things will come in
the course of time an<1 Lexington
bids fair to be a worMir rival to
sifter towns in the matter ol pro-
OR ROBERT. E THACKER
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Breeding Building
Del Larsh, S. M. Moore, Attorney I
J. B Dudley were here from Norman j
on Tuesday, coming down in Mr. j
I.nrsh's Hudson. They drove over to
thp McClain County fair at Purcell j
in the afternoon.
Subscribe now for the leader on Gual.,inteed Sorghum at Blake's j Purcell,
a trial of three months lor twenty- ■ 1( g Miser and Son. Rase-'
live cents-gel the ^T^ «:oun y; 0'|d,lh6niil. l-3t-pd
state and foreign news—and a aan ,
dy magazine supplement wrapped
in oiv newspaper. Pasture To Rent
Mr-. Monroe Burnett entertained 100 acres of crab «rass, two mUe
•v „m„l.er <>l friends Saturday even- east and one south, on lie <
mU and conversation, j Bergh.im glace. ,art opened. Hat
A v rv pleasant evening was spent. 75 cents per month Never bee.
pastured before. • fe J. ■
The local Masonic lodge was en- j or jjjh Williams.
tertaine 1 Saturday night by an ad- „„
dress by W. H. P. Trudgeon of Pur- j
cell. Refreshments were served.
; Visitors from Helsel, Rosedale, Box
and Purcell were present, enjoying
' the hospitality ot Hie Lexington
For side cheap, one Economy
King cream separator in good shape.
See \V. .1. Bland, Route 3. l-3t-40
Attorney At Law
Oftioe it. security State Bftt.t Hldg.
S. W. TURK
Oftice over Chickasaw National
10 r 50
a: all drug stores
Sherman & Sherman
DR. S. D. WILSON
COST GRADUATE DENTIST
tate Fair opens Saturday—the
| biggest in its historv.
Varietv of weather—rain, sun-
liue iind chilly blasts furnishing
; pUntv of spice for i rognostit'ators.
whatever they are.
You can hear politic.- in the con-
versation already—brewing of :i
county campaign here for PU6.
Span of mult s. corn and cotton
crop for sale.—E. H. Smithson
Lexington, Okla. 1 lH'
dt* iitnl profession,
work ft spofiHlty.
ininiftereti by «t ^3
.rk done known to the
)rthodoiitift eod Bridge
\it,n ni oxide Htl"
I'l'Kt'l- T.1. f'K I \HO\lA
While the war is vcettini: so hot
in Europe, let's k'*ep tiool in Amer-
ica . Use the .1. .1.
and pr s- d $1.00
Ladi -' suit pressetl MX
j Gentlemen's suits cleaijgd
anipre-sed $1 00
Gentlemen's stiits pressed >0i
I All other article? cleaned and re-
Franks fount-' 1 t reasonable prices.
1 reprerent Bartlett Bros., Land ,
& Loan Co.. of St. Jo-,.ph. Missouri.
Branch o;lice at Guthrie. Lowest;
rates and best teru.s
ME. A. Denieon
r i :.x E d o
McBee S Jarboe
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