The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, September 24, 1915 Page: 6 of 12
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. It Might Be Said
I OUR LINE UP! j
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■ Grainteware. «
3p . t brought into that country. i'uesdav |
S Cirocery m] afternoon, just as lie was leaving!
^ OO 3p Lindsay, thirty loads of liroom corn
PIIONt. ii i arrived in town—-these loads alom ,
"ili 11 ® ®* M " " ® ' ' representing much more money than
"• the like number of cotton. The farm-
ers there, the majority of them
In conversation with Col. Jim.
Stovall who returned Tuesday even-
ing from a short trip to Lindsay, he
told us something of the broom corn
( roii and what it has netted Lindsay
situated just like Lexington over
$•20.1)00 was paid out by one of the
Lindsay Banks to laborers in tin
! broom corn fields this season.
1! The season there has been a good
!. one. thousands of dollars being)
j The National Mazda £
' Electric Li$ht Bulb q
(iivr« more light, consumes less current than
the old fashioned carbon lamps and are eqwily djira-
1,1,.. When yon buy NATIONAL MA/DA LAMIS
now or in the future von are assured of the best pro-
duct known to the art of lamp making.
We are agents. One trial of these bulbs will
claim we make for them. Looked upon
light the world over.
We can supply you with any and all kinds
n..i>lie,inepH and supplies.
FA IA a SIIOKSI 1
£ We wish to say
fall line ol
Mi ;N. WOMKN AND
Are on our shelves and irdiallv invite yon to come
in and inspect them. A complete stock "1
Dress and work shoes, moderately priced and
guaranteed. I>r. Sawyers Cushion Shoe—something
that makes every foot feel comfortable. We will ap-
iate your patronage.
last have grown financially well to
do solely off of broom corn. Its a
,/reat crop and one that has been I
the making of Lindsay into a real |
w idea wake, hustling financial town.
The Cotton Prospects
Since Germany has placed an or
j der for 1,000,000 bales of cotton
at 15cents per pound, if such ht
bonatide order, the outlook for a
good price this fall looks consider-
ably more of a certainty than it did
some few weeks ago. The Knnr-
pean war has caused a great deal of
speculation as to just what tin
farmers were going to get for their
season's crop, Could the cotton he
delivered to the warring nations
safely? Were the securities hack
of the order good? Those questions
still must be solved; it looks though
now they would be answered favor-
ably. The war stricken countries
need the cotton; they must have it
md they are going to get it even at
a very hazardous risk. Securities
must lie substantial else the cotton
will not be placed aboard a ship.
Figuring it thus, with a known de-
creased acerage and for the most
part a short yield throughout the
cotton growing region, it looks most
favorable. The market the past
few days has given further evidence
that cotton prices will he good ones,
advancing over $1 .•)(• on the bale
since last Saturday, has caused a
spirit of optimism to gain headway.
Lexington, with a very fair yield
in her ootton territory and with a
goon price prevailing, should see
one of the best cotton seasons in
her history. Such a statement
statement might seem a trifle
over enthusiastic hut this seems to
he the logical result should the
above calculations materialize.
Let This Store
We have this to say to the far-
mers of the south end of Cleveland
county--we think we have those
things that will serve you too-as we
John Deere Implement Celebrated Velie P«n!l!ies
Have a Full Stock of American Field Fence
Harness That Is Guaranteed as to Durability and Workmanship
Majestic Ranges, the Acme of Stove Making
Everything in the Hardware Line, Maintaining a Stock 1 hat Is
We want your trade, we want to sell you what you need and our
terms are very liberal. Call and see us on your next trip to Purcell.
Beringer Hardware Co.
J. C. DOWDY
I We Sell Dry Cells! |
• And all other automobile supplies. We can do your re- 5^
- |mir w.irk too. All work guaranteed. We charge reasonable j
Z that you < 111 keep up that can without the worry of a big m
Fair Prices—Good Service
1 /;. Fontcnicr, I'rop. I
We want to gin your cotton and we as-
sure you we will give you the best turnout from
machinery as good as can be bought. You
will be accorded fair and s<|!iarc treatment.
Ciive lis Your l'atronage
The Farmers Co-Operative Ciin
A. F. Claunch, Manager
We the undersigned citizens and
business men of Lexington, Okla-
homa agree to donate the amount
set opposite our names as premium
on tne first bale of cotton sold in
Lexington for the year 1915.
Farmers State Guaranty Bank $2.50
Security State Bank 2.50
Cliaa. Cireemore 1-tlO
Hardwick & Suddreth >"
S. V. Perkins 1.1)0
.). C. Dowdy -oO
J. B. Collins r,<)
Sherman & Sherman .50
T. \V. Keller 50
Lexington Leader 1 yr. subscription.
Leopold 1 lie 50
Wynne & Massey ■r,<l
\V K. Breeding
Marcuni & Isoni
J. K. Peters
E. J. Keller
Owl l>rug Store
Hackler & Co.
T. (I Shnckley A Son
K. .1. Keager
J. M. Tllggle
1 will be in the business
again this season, and
will appreciate your busi-
ness. Will cry sales on a
14 per cent straight basis.
Call me or leave word at
J. E. BEAN
To the best tonsorial work in the
market, when you have your work
done here—good workmen.
Agents for the New State Laun-
diy, Oklahoma City and
Modern Steam Laundry, Purcell.
M. F. MARSEE
B. H. RACKLEY
Will Sell Furniture
ON TIME TO
Make the J. .) Franks bakery and
confectionery your headquarters
when in Purcell.
J. F. Shock Ivy
lien I Estate, Loans mul
Thoroughly posted on values of farm and [city property
in Cleveland county, and inquiries promptly ami cheerfully
answered. If you want money see me.
J. I . SI lock LEY
Phone No. 71 Lexington, Oklahoma
See Mrs. K. A. Denison for farm
loans at lowest rates.—adv
W. W. Boyd, D. I). S.
Office hours: 8:30 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Sundays by appointment. Phone
connection. Office over I urcell
Bank and Trust Co., Purcell, Okla.il
There la more Catarrh In till* aectlon of
the country than all oilier disease* P<«t
together, and until the last few years
was supposed to he Incurable I-or a
great many year?* dot-torn pronounced it a
"oral disease ami prescribed local reme-
dies and by constantly falling to cure
wltli local treatment, pronounced It Incur-
able. Science has proven Catarrh to be a
constitutional disease, and therefore re
quins constitutional treatment. Malls
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by I- J
Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio, in the only
Constitutional oura on the market It Is
taken internally. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces f the system
They offer one hundred dollaia for any
case It falls to cure Send for circulars
Addies* K J CHENEY a CO. Tols4o. O
huid by Uiusslsts 71c
Take Hall's Family Fills f«r vonsilpatlsa.
The Best Is None Too
Good ForOur Customers
[That Is Our Policy
For Kent: Lower part of good j
business building ill Lexington.
, Will rent cheap. Enquire at the.
Leader office or phone '248 Purcell.
Fred Connor, abstract and farm
| loan man of Purcell, was here Sst-
j urday morning on business.
Fred (iiroux was in Norman Fri-1
dav, and attended the Old Settlers
Miss Huth Barnes, of the public
school teaching force spent the
week end with home folks northeast
We believe in beeping a store full of clean, fresh, standard
eatables, in selling only the best and established brands, in
giving you the service that you expect from an up-to-date gro-
cery store. OUR STOCK lb FRESH.
We appreciate your patronage. Phone >0, tell us what
you want and it will be delivered at the earliest moment and
at least prices.
0. B. FLOUR
T. W. KELLER
Everything for the Inner Man
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