The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, November 12, 1915 Page: 4 of 10
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LEXINGTON. OKLA., LEADER
The Lexington Leader
JOHN G HAKMK, Propkietok.
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C'eveland Count v Enterprise and
tnd Lexington Leader Official
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Local." Per Line
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1915
Everyone is busy picking cotton
gathering corn, making hay and
gathering numerous other crops dur-
ing the excellent weather.
Mrs. Lula Pennington and three
children of Marchaline. Missouri
are visiting Mrs. Pennington's par-
ents N. P. Willis and family.
Mrs. L. L. Sanders visited Mrs.
Minnie Boecli Monday.
Lotfnie Willis, chief lire marshal
,it the Sulzberger Packing Plant of
Oklahoma City visited homefolks
ii. W. Potter and family, J. W.
Cheatwood and wife, Mrs. Minnie
Boeck and children visited Miss
Odra Hart, who has and attack of
E. U. Woods and N, P. Willis
transacted business at Wanette
"Mr. Bob"--Baptist Benefit
For the benefit of the Baptist
church of Lexington, the play, "Mr.
Bob" will be presented Saturday
night in Keller's Hall by the home
talent company of the Baptist
church, Purcell, under the direction
of Miss Julia Nicholson. The play
was given Monday night in Purcell
before a crowded house and scored
a big bit. See the play Saturday
light November 13.
(i. L. Toumbs and Oscar Myers
of route four were in town Wednes-
day with cotton and renewals for
jm M till nit
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J. F. Benke, the Uni cigar man
of Norman was down Wednesday
afternoon peddling hi* wares. Mr.
Benke reports business as being
Do You Want a Good
If vou arc in doubt as to whether
my suits are what you are looking
for. ask any one who has worn an
Ed V. Price or an International
Tailored suit and convince yourself
that when you buy a suit here you
get a good one and a right lilting
one as well. Let me take your
Edwin Jarboe, Prop.
Suit For $925
J, (!. Marsee through bis attor-
neys, J. B. Dudley and Williams &
Luttrell tiled slit for 925 against
G. J. Johnson.—Norman Democrat.
Service Next Sunday
Rev. J. S. Sessums. the new pas-
tor of the Methodist church, south,
will preach bis initial sermon in
Lexington Sunday morning at 11
o'clock. All are invited to attend
the service and get acquainted with
Miss Mabel Thacker is home from
Watonga, the schools there being
closed on account of an epidemic
Our. Friday, Saturday and Monday
Besides giving you extra special values in all departments of our store these
three days we have arranged for a special poultry man to be here to buy your
poultry, chickens and eggs, cash for every one of them at the top market price.
We will guarantee 12 1=2 cents per pound for your turkeys and more if the mar=
ket advances. Dont bring your Poultry to Purcell until Friday, Saturday or
TEN DOLLAR DAY
All wool men's blue serge suits special *10.
Ladies' worsted suit $10
Ladies' Semi-Fitting fur trimmed suit ..$10
$10 ladies' coat and $2 pair of shoes for $10
$3.50 Douglas shoe, $3.50 Queen Quality
shoe and a $5 ladies' coat all for $10
$5.00 men's pure worsted pants, a $2.50
Douglas shoe and a John B. Stetson hat
all for $10
Those who are looking for better shoes
should look at Ruckers and no farther.
Walton shoes for children, Queen Quali-
ty shoes for ladies, W. L. Douglas shoes
for men, and Boy Proof shoes for boys.
Come to the big special Friday, Saturday
and Monday at I'uckers.
What most merchants call a ten cent
cial we have in short lengths for 7
We enumerate only a few items.
Ten cent 86 inch percale short lengths the
10c heavy, dark cuttings, short lengths the
yard 7 l"2e
10c light oatings, short lengths, yd.. .. 7 l-2c
10c unbleached cotton flannel, short lengths
the yard 7 l-2c
10c dress ginghams, short lengths, the yard
Just To Remind Vou
Don't be misled. If you are thinking of buying new har-
ness, get a set of our band made shop harness that will give
you the honest worth of your money. We would be pleased
to have you examine our harness carefully.
"Seeing Is Believing"
Lexington Harness and Repair Shop
William Pox Presents the 5 Act Photoplay
With Chas. Richman & Catherite Countiss
THE SPIDER, 2 Part S. & A.
THE WATER TANK PLOT
Featuring Helen Holmes
And Two Other Good Pictures
Admission 5c and 10c
The ladies of the Spring Hill dis-|
trict will serve dinner at the Castle- j
man sale on November 22, proceeds
to go toward the fund for buying a
new organ for the school house. |
Clyde Piekard and M. F. MeFar-,
land were here Saturday morning
from Norman on business.
"Bunk" Lasiter was in town Fri-
' day from bis place east of town, j
With T. J. t'astleman lie will hold
, a sale 011 November 22.
For Sale: Bay niarel7 1-2 hands
high; also coming 2 year old brown j
j colt 14 hands high. •'! miles n<>Hh ]
| 1 3-1 milt s east.—M. K. Keinleh, I
Loads of cotton and corn rolling I
in every day hearkens one back to 1
the days when times were good and !
! John Cmssmau was here from
Norman Friday packing his house-
hold goods which lie stored after
leaving here last June, lie will be
located in Oklahoma City.
1358HBW.'MiMWHi' j£ _ Denison for insurance, adv
We make a specialty of ladies'
work with the new steam presser.
The Fashion Shop, Chester Garrett.
Deputy SherilT Tom Rose re-
turned Wednesday from a trip to
Gainesville, Texas, where he went,
after Adam Bentley, wanted on a
charge of horse stealing. 10111
chased him all over north I'exas
and linally landed him in Oklaho-
ma City, lie has secured the tine
horse stolen from J. L. Weoher.
lie says Texas crops look line—cot-
ton almost all picked.
Suits cleaned and steam pressed
for $1.00. Fashion Shop, ('hester
N. O. Ray of Melton. Texas, ar-
rived Tuesday and will be located
here, having been secured by the
Church of Christ here to preach for
that congregation during the com-
ing year. He will hold his tirst
service 011 Sunday at 11 o'clock and
vou are cordially invited to come
and make his a :i|Uaintanrc. He
will also preach Sunday evening al
the regular hour.
Attorney (leorge Hurkt \\ is a
visitor to Norman Mond y.
I lie -team presser is Ii
your suit cleaned nd prt
the Fashion nop.
rieans the Starting; of a
Its the nickels, dimes and pennies saved that starts many a fami-
ly on the happy and contented road to success. Perhaps you and
your family are hunting that road, if you are let us urge you to come
to the GRAND LLADER, a store that is willing to meet all legitimate com-
petition and more, to save you the nickels, dimes and pennies on your
purchases. We want you Cleveland county farmers to get lined up
right with us. We'll show you bargains and goods that will make you
a staunch friend of this business; we sell our goods with a money back
guaranty if you find one semblance of misrepresentation. Do not be
misled, learn our prices and see our goods before you pass judgment
saw* * xuammmrmmam
Dress and work shoes in a complete stock at
values ranging from Hoc to $5,00—a shoe
fur every taste and a shoe for every pocketbook.
Clonks and Coats
Some rare bargains in warm winter coats
and cloaks at from $.'i.'>0 to $9.00.
Hats and Caps
Get a new one today from our big stock.
Cold weather will soon call for warm, com-
fortable easy litting. undergarments, see our
wonderful stock and save lnomey 011 your will-
Stylish, modish hats just received giving you
the opportunity of first choice. Hurry! Get
one of these values from $ 1.7•"> to $(i, ■">().
Comforts and Blankets
Prices can't be excelled, take home some
for these winter nights.
Vou can get a line of handsome premiums when you buy here—we show you our apprecia-
tion of your trade with these material gilts.
We are showing a complete stock of the season's latest patterns in dress goods—all the
late and stylish weaves and fabrics. It will be a pleasure to show you our goods and perhaps
suggest some ideas for new diesses for the late fall and winter.
The Grand Leader has the hundreds of little bargains that makes your shopping at this
store something enjoyable—you can rest assured our goods possess quality. There is nothing
*hoddy or shelf worn about them. They are seasonable and your close inspection wiil bear us out
in the statement. We'll be pleased to meet you often in our store and give von the personal ser-
vice all careful buyers appreciate.
The Grand Leader
W. M. Pyles & Company Purcell. Oklahoma
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