The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, September 24, 1915 Page: 4 of 12
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Of ferine: vou one of the best and most complete stocks in the history of
Offering y everything; new with goods coming in daily, hall
°Ur, S-nes in merchandise showing the new and attractive styles colors
\ *.Tfterns 'i stock that meets all wants and at prices that make buying
here ^"re GOODS OF QUALITY THAT BEAR INSPECTION.
To the ladies! You are interested in the
new fall styles and we will meet your want*
with the beautiful serges we are ghowing—ail
colors—gray, blue, green, and and brown.
Rich taffeta silks, crepes and messaime
satins ideal for your fall wardrobe of dresses.
Some very attractive and stylish percales
Queen percales, per yard '
Trojan percales per yard
For men and women In the Sultan Rrand.
all sizes and colors.
Our immense shoe stock will be on our
shelves in a few days it will pay you to wait
and see them. We will offer some good values
this fall in our shoe department. We have
prepared ourselves with a stock worth while.
Cotton picker- need goods that will wear
and you can rind them here in this new stock
—southern silks or cotton checks for heavy
Khirts and cotton picking aprons and dresses
will give you good wear. See our stock!
Duckling Fleece. We have stocked up
very completely in this line for the season.
Best to lie bought—the Country Girl brand
and one that is an honest value. Likewise,
Queen of the home sheeting bleached and un-
Dark 'colors, very suitable for fall new-
stock just arranged on our shelves per yd 10c
All sizes shapes, models, blocks for the
men and boys. Come here if you would he
pleased with your head gear.
A good value curtain scrim the yard 10c
We have an up-to-date, brand new, tresh
and clean line of outings, prettv colors, new
styles and something that will please, wear
well and look better, the yard _..10c
New complete stot'k just unpacked with
Wheeler overalls. Buy These.
The fall season year ealls fo, ,h. best; we have prepared according We wan. your business-.he nrot.o we have observed for ,he
A square deal and honest goods to all" will be our policy. You are mv.ted to inspect th.s new stock. ^
past fourteen years,
The Lexington Leader
John G Haedie, Proprietor.
Entered dt.the po«tofflee at Lexington
Okia. a" Seeoud-olaM mail matter.
Cleveland Countv Enterprise and
and Lexington Leader Official
V . $1.00
One \ ear * en
r ix Months - J.
Display Per Inch - - 1(.l(
Locals Per Line - v. -
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, I1-11"'
Come and see us, lirst door east
of our former location and get some
of these bargain* good for Saturday
September 25 ord\.
The Celebrated Helitrope
Flour $3.15 per cwt.
The Celebrated Beauty
Flour $3.00 per cwt.
Wichita Best Flour $3.50 per cwt.
Meal 17 sacks
14 lb sugar $1.00
100 lbs. sugar $6-25
Compound lard per lb 1"':
Hens per pound lOc
Eggs per dozen -Or
These Prices Last Only
One Day Saturday, Sep-
We Buy Butter. Ejfgs, and
T (! ShprMpv $
First published in the Lexington
Leader Sept. 24th.— 2-5t.
In the District Court in and for]
Cleveland County, State of Okla-
Farmers State Guaranty Bank, a
corporation, plaintiff, vs. William
E. Walker, defendant.
notice of sale ok LANDS i'ndek
Notice is hereby given that in
pursuance of a writ of execution
issued out of the district court in
and for Cleveland county, state of
| Oklahoma, on the 3rd day of Sep-
' tember, 1915, in an action where
in the Farmers State Guaranty Bank
was plaintiff and William E. W alk-
I er was defendant, commanding me
to levy upon property belonging to
said defendant. William E.Walker,
sufficient to satisfy a judgment ren-
dered in said action in favor of the
Farmers State Guaranty Bank ami
against the said William E. W alk-
er. for the sum of -72,1., with in-
terest at the rate of 10 per cent per
annum from September '24th. 1914,
$25.00 as a reasonable attorney -
fee and costs of suit taxed at $10.00;
1 have levied upon certain lands
and tenements belonging to said
William E. Walker, for the wantj>f
goods and chattels of the said Wil-
liam E. W alker. to-wit:
The southeast quarter of section
six, township seven, north of range
one east of the Indian meridian,
Cleveland County, State of Okla-
homa, except 10 acres, described
as follows: Beginning 60 roils we-t
,.f the southeast corner of said
quarter section and run north 40
rods; thence west 40 rods; thence
south 40 rods to section line, thence
iiloiig section line east 40 rod? to
place of beginning, subject to
mortgage of $ i<K).00 payable to At- j
kin-on. Warren A Henley Com-1
pany, which -aid lands are situated
in said county, and have duly J
caused said lands md tenements t<
lie appraised according to lav.
the sum f $2400.00. subject '
said mortgage it jtlOO.OO.
Now therefore not'ee is here'.
given, that in pursuance of the com-
mands of said writ. I will 'H I >r
sale and sell fni ash ' tli ■ -t
bidder, said land- in<l ten-men -.
or so much thei-of - will -iti-t;
the raid judgment mat costs.
:!0th day of October. 15115. at •
o'clock p. m. of -aid day. t
state. . , ,
Witness my hand this 20th day
of September, 1915.—Claud Pick-1
ard. Sheriff of Cleveland County, |
by W. T. Rose, Deputy Sheriff.
Have new threshing machine 16
horse engine and 32 inch separator
which has finished run here, want a
month or more run. If you need
a thresher in your community write
Chenoweth, Lexington. Okla-
Supt. W. N. Rice and his daugh-
ter spent the week end at their
home near Norman.
Bom on Thursday night, Septem-
ber 16 to Clarence Peery and wife a
fine baby girl. All parties doing
nicely especially Clarence. Con-
gratulations are being extended the
Attorney Ben F. V, iiliams w'as
here from Norman Monday, with
matters in the county court.
Lots of visitors this week—county
court in session. Lexington has
been one busy town.
Oral Me Bee ami Ci>-t-r Garrett
went to Stratford Monday on a
sliort bu-in- -- trip.
*rving Higbee returned Sunday
from a trip to Chickasha, where he
marketed a wa;ion load : pears.
He netted a dollar a bushel for his
R.M.Evans and wile drove to
Norman Saturdav evening taking
Mrs. Tom Mayfield borne. Mrs.
Mayfield spent last week here visit-
ing" at the Greemore and Evans
A. G. Higbee and wife of Corbett
spent Saturday and -nnday with
J. B. Higbee and wife.
I M. Rolater md wif- md son, Dee
I were Sunday guests of V. C.
[ Akridge northe v
i W. L. Lurry,
I to Lexington -
i n>-w reader of tli
i recent addition
itiMMhip is also
I.e.: ler. Glad to
line <lpwn from
Can We Have
Your Business This Fall?
An Appeal To MAIL ORDER PEOPLE
That might sound harsh but 't is a s°ber Jart. come over and Ket acquainted and let
If you are not acquainted with this store anu g ^ exa,., basis that we say you
us Prove to you « why we^have saWthat .ou are nk we can fur!,
IT several ot°her good business reason why you ot business
Get our policy firmly fixed n LKADKR is the kind of a store that will give
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A WORD ABOUT OUR STOCK •
WT T6 Th?7oodds°arlhdisiyen«f where' youTan''them'"'Xsely and'' consWer^he
price asked We leave the matter of ^^ely to, your ^n^ud^en, ^ur^ood. are^uar-
^d^manSer'bu"^"bulling substantially, knowing that in the end, honest values will secure your
ALL OF OUR GOODS ARE NEW
<1. «„* here with a wide range of selection, merchandise for the entire family. New
shoes. haVand caps, millinery, dress goods, J-^smrts.^hoes, overalls, ^^.-mfort^ cloaks
Itc CE?ernyK'pie7e8ofinthrBCtm\rmcrandiSe is new. seasonable 1915 stock, the new styles, models and
colors ' It will be a pleasure to show you through our store.
BARGAINS FOUND HERE
„ tv,r hare-ains the same as we when we go into the markets
V realize th;*t you are. * , ' ments ami they are for your benefit. .
t buy our goods. We have them that vr;ur bu9inei-s transactions with the l.-KAl'KU
win leV!hae s°onurcedof much good both" to your pocketbook and conscience of knowing that the goods
you buy Itere are
HONEST GOODS—HONEST PRICES
Capt. VV. M. Pvles, Prop.
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