The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, September 24, 1915 Page: 7 of 12
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You can't make good cream with
a dirty cream separator
CREAMERYMEN AND BUY-
ers ail over the country are
demanding beUer eream a'M
if you sell cream it is to your
advantage to deliver the best
IF you make butter 11
is e<|ually important that
your cream be hrst-cla-s.
Good butter cant be made
from poor cream.
THE ONE FACTOR. THAT
most largely determines the
quality of cream is the su n -
tartness of the cream sepa-
rator bowl in which it is
the ease with which
the l)e Laval can be thor-
oughly washed and kept in a
sanitary condition is one rea-
son why cieamepnmen prefer
cream separated by tne 1>*
Laval and it is Ukewise one
of the reasons why butter
made from De Laval cream
lias scored highest at the
National Dairy Show for ovei
THE CONSTRUCTION OF
the De I.aval is such that it
ran be completely taken opart
for washing. There are no
tubes, crevices, holes or cor
nitrated surfaces such as aie
found in other machines, and
which are very haul to d.san.
THE DISCS ARE WASH EDA.
, single piece, and the whole
machine can be thoroughly
cleansed ill live minuter,.
The new fall coats, cloaks, dresses and suits for
ladies, a complete and stylish slock for you to select from.
We invite the ladies of Lexington and vicinity to come and
see litem. We will have specials 011 these goods over the
week end and during the McClain county fair Monday and
A complete new stock of clothing for men and hoys-
spic and span merchandise priced right. Stetson hats 1.1
the season's blocks and colors. Walkover Shoes.
Exclusive Dealers in Phoenix Hosiery
Men Clothing Women
Fighting Disease In Oklahoma
The State Board of Health at
Guthrie Is now sending regularly to
newspapers, bulletins that are in-
tended to convey to the public, use-
ful information in matters of health.
Better understanding of rules of
health and their closer observance
1 will add immeasurably to a people s
I strength, by decreasing infant mor-
1 tn 1 ity, and enormously increasing
| efficiency and output of the indi-
i vidua), not only in youth and mid-
' die life, but in old age. Health
makes for clean bodies, clean minds,
and happiness. Disease saps vi-
tality, and a weakened vitality re-
duces one's power of resistance to
moral as well as physical evils.
Having lost their health, men would
give all their fortune for its recovery,
hut having it, they often waste it
without thought of the future,
Mrs. T. J. Critcher Gives
A very enjoyable house parts \uis
I given by Mrs. T. J. Critcher oyei
111e week end, the guests being
treated to a very pleasant evening
J of entertainment Saturday night.
I served with a midnight lunch and
lowed Sunday afternoon at
1 o'clock with a chicken dinner
| Every minute of the time was
joyed and the guests left late Sun-
day afternoon. Those invited to
enjoy Mrs. Catcher's hospitality
were: Mrs. Lizzie Granger, tin
| Misses Kate Meek and Ethel Thom-
as and Mr. Curtis Hinderligbter of
Oklahoma City. Pearl Shockley,
Ethel Morris, Artie Thomas, and
J. H. Asbury, Messrs. and Mes-
nes Arthur Hrosseau, .1. F.
Shockley and Fred Kemp.
An Ultra Modern Fable
A certain beautiful damsel was
wooed by two young men, one of
whom had inherited a million dol-
lars. while the other had nothing
beyond his salary of *11) a wee
She loved the poor man best, but
said she could not think of marry
ing him until lie could support her
in the style to which she had deter-
mined to become accustomed.
So the poor young man decided
to accumulate a million. It was
hard work, and it took him near-
ly six months to do it, but he did.
Now, when he went to lit
fortune and his heart at the feet of
the fair one, he found she had
grown tired of waiting, and had
| married the other suitor—the one
J who had inherited his millions from
a rich but not too honest father.
Nothing daunted, our brave hero
immediately went out and accum-
ulated another million.
Deeply touched by this proof of
his undying devotion, the lady
took the train for Reno and got a
divorce from her husband, whose
million -was nearly, gone anyhow.
Then she came back and married
her tirst love, and they lived hap-
I pily ever after.
Moral: Modern conveniences are
great stuff.—Norman Transcript.
Back Of It All
Is the Real Quality of Good Flour, That's
The millers of this Hour have put forth ever effort in
makiM it the beat flour that yean of experience can produce.
Try a *ack today. Awarded gold modal at Trans-Miseissippi and
International Exposition, Omaha, 1S9K.
Ami Time* Trial
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.
I i row I tolls
l)oos Your Washing
Of course it does this hot weathei
den, save you health and money.
We can lighten
Send us your family washing lor a trial and
lemonstrate that we can do the work to your entire satis-
We are equipped with all modern improvements-
1„ not tear the clothes-we do not put acids in our waters
—we do our work right.
We have a driver that comes to Lexington on Wednes
lays and Saturdays and by calling us over the phone, he
(in\ H HIIU ouiuiunj •- «
will he glad to call and get your package.
lmve a dry cleaning establishment also and our
steam cleaner never fails to get the dirt.
Let us he of service to you. We make only a reason
.,1,1,. „rice on all our work and when you consider what
•' " 1 .... .1 1 ,.f l.nnupwnrk. VOU Win
• tide price on all our worn ami win-n y" ■
means in lightening the drudgery of housework, you will
we get such a priei
W e stand hack of our work. If it doesn't please you,
icr you have recourse on us.
Absolute Satisfaction Assured
Modem Steam Laundry
1 FOOTPRINTS I n
WILL KNOW WMERt)
TO trE.T THE , '
<r n 1
John H. Asbury spent last week
in Ft. Worth, visiting friends.
7 |-2 Pounds Pure Lard
Net Rate $1.00
| H. H. Jacobs, who will have
I charge of the Cleveland county ex-
jhibit at the state fair this year, was
| down Saturday from Norman and
| was very favorably impressed with
the products shown by south end
I folks. Those who know say that
jtliis particular section of the county
always does put up about the best
Improving Health In Public
Medical inspection of public
schools pupils, which the Oklahoma
State Board of Health at Guthrie
is offering free of cost, though the
legislature made no appropriation
for this purpose, has been establish
e.l upon the most thorough basis
in the public schools of Kansas City
Mo. Twenty trained instructors
and have been engaged as hygiene j
teachers, physical instructors and
playground supervisors. Their duty
will be to prevent disease by teach-
ing cleanliness and making strong
hildies. The cure of disease will
be directed by medical inspectors
employed by the local board of
health. Kach grade teacher will
| conduct daily classes in hygiene, a
01 page-course of study having been
j prepared for that purpose. State
Health Commissioner John W.
Duke is receiving numerous re- j
quests for a medical inspection of
pupils in various schools through* j
out Oklahoma. Competent spe-|
cialists in the, various commu-
nities, interested in public welfare,
will be asked to do this work with- j
I out charge.
Baunigartner & Co. Says,
Buy your si here-Your feet will get the Habit
of Coming to our Shop.
And what Bumgartner & Co. Says. Is So
,.n to anv conversation about polite footwear,
lou will find that the folks of this tvwn have unan-
imously agreed upon one thing-vw. the folks who
huv a pair of shoes from us become our Ir.endh
customers. They are our vocal advertisement of
the best footwear that's made today.
John Baumjjartner ft <■<>■
Exclusive Boots, Shoes, Slippers
Two Doors West of Post Office
The Transcript is in receipt of
line samples of apples from the or-
chard of J. L. Conkling near Lex-
ington, which indicates Oklahoma's
excellence as an apple country. Mr.
and Mrs. Conklin have moved to
Norman, to give their children the
benefit of our line schools. His
apples can be seen at the Norman
Cash lirocery.-Norman'I ransenpt.
Dee Rolater came in Friday from
Dallas, Texas on a visit to his par-
ents. Mr.and Mr-. M. Rolater. Dee
is now connected with the Magnolia
Petroleum Company in that city
and doing well.
Miss Kftie Holding came down
| from Oklahoma City Sunday to
I visit her parents, O. Holding and
j wife of Union Hill.
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The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, September 24, 1915, newspaper, September 24, 1915; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110692/m1/7/: accessed March 24, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.