The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, March 23, 1917 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEXINGTON LEADER
DR. S, D. WILSON
POST GRADUATE DENTIST
Every kiud of work done known to the
dental pro(e eion. Orthodontia and Bridge
work a epecialty. Nitrons oxide gas ad-
ministered by an expert anaesthetist.
Office Over Juries <t Kennedy's
PHONE KESIDENCfi 103
Geo. Carpenter was in Norman
Pierce Merritt was a visitor in
Oklahoma City Monday,
Mrs. Murray Nortbcutt and child-
ren were visitors in Purcell Monday.
0. P. Lambert ol the Corbett
neighborhood was in town Tuesday
attending to business matters.
Alfalfa hay for sale. See J. L.
Graham, 2 miles south, 1-2 east of
Lexington. * 19tf
W. S. Whorton was in Oklahoma
City TueBday marketing a car load
R. H. Parham of the Purcell
Register was a visitor in Lexington
Stark trees from P.
Phones 94 and 67,
Jauies Gray of Norman was here
during the week end visiting hie
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S, Gray.
Have your farm property insured
by the old reliable St. Paul Fire
and Tornado Insurance Co; P. W.
Miss Willie Mae Toggle of Wash-
ington attended the teacher meeting
here Saturday and visited her par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Tuggle.
.A liberal supply of wagon and
team bridge books has been placed
with the merchants of lexington.
Your wants will be supplied by
them.—Purcell Wholesale Groecry,
Joe Higbee came up from Hugo
Monday to spend a few days here
visiting friends and relatives.
Miss Maud Northcutt came down
from Noble Friday to visit her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Northcutt
and to attend the teachers meeting
held here Saturday.
Willie (Duke) Glenn of Purcell
spent several days here the first of
the week visiting friends.
If you read the Leader ask vou
dealer why he doeBn't advertise his
wares in the paper so people will
know what he sells.
Miss Arline Johnson. Grace Bum-
gartener and Elizabeth Keller of
Norman visited friends in lexing-
ton during the week end and attend-
ed the dance given at the Elk Hall
in Purcell Friday night.
FOR SALE—:One set of good
work harness, and one hurro
Mrs. Fannie Carman.
N, B. Roberts, proprietor of the
Roberts restaurant is in Norman
this week serving as juror in the
Three Shorthorn bull yearlings,
eligible to register, for sale at al-
most half of their value. All of a
dark red color.—J. C. Burkett, 2
miles south of Noble.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Breeding,
accompanied by the Leader editor,
went to Norman Friday, going up
in "Bill's" new Chalmers car. On
the return trip they were accom-
panied by County Judge Burke and
little son, the Judge coming down
to hold a short term of court here
9ut Tb«rc Are Few Takeo-
ver every woman known in that,
she oonJd (live advice to the <lelmianfe.
—PbilKielphin Public J>>itge>\
Other Ways To Save
Avoid! "get rich quick" schemes
Look for bargains
Get real values for your money
Acquire the saving habit
Limit your expense
Watch the leaks
Stop the leaks
And then—don't spend what you save, but bring it to the Security State Bank.
Ask any of your friends who have money in the bank if it pays to SAVE. You
will find that ten out of twelve of them started with a small deposit.
$1.00 will openjja bank account
Begin in a small way-—BUT BEGIN. Let us help you.
Security State Bank
Mrs. E, M. Abernatby. Pres. M. R Northcutt, Ca hier
George Schwartz was a business
visitor from Purcell Wednesday
W. C. Breeding has bought the
two story residence just east of Dr.
Hill on the hill and has force of
men at work this week making re-
pairs. New porcheH are being built
a coat of paint will be given the
house, inside and outside and new
paper placed on the walls, mn king
his new home one of the most at-
tractive in town.
Ot)se>'?8nt KifldT "Oh. look f 'Hat
fnnn.v mpn, mother. He'* sitting «d
♦be shlewatv talking to # h n na-pee>!"
Messrs. J. P. Perkins, J. B. Col- j
lins and Cbas. Williams are serving i
on the jury in District Court at j
Norman this week.
Miss Sudie Franklin of Purcell
Was a guest of Mrs Klkin Sunday.
uieen >r tic fer tn Eyet.
When the eyes itve sveen
Kbudi- yrevent* (tie glare from htrlk-
iag in. Clerical workers, as a role, use
ihik protection both for <ibielfl!n c 'l>«*
eyes anti keojiins b muscle* of tbe
fm:i- in it relaxed coudUlon. The same
preeuntion should !)•* fflhen l>* n^eule- j
It were food for iuuu i<> lu 'i
•••borage deeper tlmti rln- <|.ilc
of fhi* world; fov tVeie t •
ft* «o to lu rtle Jill
.In ne«« nr* ing
for t^xjjituiation of nu appaittftl. re-
lationship between flie frequeD«*y of
eArthquake* a! Tokyo and >he quan
tit.v of ralufaH and aiMirvfall fro ottoer
pa via of Uctf «uiyir«.
KKPUltT OF THE CONDITION OF TfiK
Farmers State tioaranty Bank,
At Lexington in the state of Ok-
lahoma, at the close of business
Mch. 5, 1917.
Loans and Discounts $89,213.04
Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured 189. lfr
Securities with Banking
Stocks, bonds warrants,
Premium on State Bonds ...
Furniture and Fixtures 2,800.00
Other real estate owned 2,500.00
Due from banks. 05,867.95-
Checks and other cash
Bills of Exchange 2,t 68.4t>
Cash in bank 3,170.32
Capital stock paid in $15,000.00
Surplus fund 3,500.00
Undivided Profits, less the Ex-
penses and Taxes Paid l,013.8t>
Individual deposits sub-
ject to check 122,114.2ft
Time certificates of de-
Cashier's checks out-
State of Oklahoma, county of
I, Ilobt. M. Evans cashier of
the above named bank, do
solemnly swear that the above
statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief, so help me
God. Robt. M. Evans, cashier.
Subscribed and sworn tp before
me this 14th day of Mch., 1917.
Jack Ebteridge, Notary Public
W. S. Whorton.
ti. W. Merritt,
•John T. Kemp.
Giving Aid to Destiny.
W> give the Dame of deMinj o ah
thai Ufc. Lot u# do our utmost
thai <1 tiny become not too eirenm-
aeribech-- Maurire Maeterlinck.
Diplomacy in I be an of
greeahle in * poliu? mauiu
Don't Forflet It.
No man an make jcood
fordt1. lteHeret Net*n.
Farley Brothers Sell Holstei ns
Purcell, Okla-, March 31 '17
From our heard of 100 head of Registered and
High Grade Cattle we have selected 30 head of
Cows and 3 Bulls.
There are no culls=-the best of our herd in this sale. The Bulls will make
excellent herd Bulls*—they carry the best blood of the breed.
Practically every cow will be fresh in next 30 to
40 days--=they are ready to make money for you.
We are breeders of Holsteins and in the business to stay. We must have
the good will of the buying public.
The Sale will be held rain or shine, under cover,
at the South Side Feed Yard.
Twelve months time will be given. 5 per cent off for cash
Sale starts promptly at 1 o'clock P. M.
For Further Particulars Write
FARLEY BROS., Owners
El Reno, Oklho ma
Auctioneers: F. S. Bait, C. M .Lee, (i. D. Graves.
Purebred License Ko. 101
This Purebredll'ercheron Stallion
will stand the season of 1017 at, the
Criteher bam at Lexington, Okla-
| TKKMS: I)a.50 £ur the season Money
due when it is ascertained that the tnare is
toal, trailed, sold or moved from the county
\ll precautions taken to prevent accidents
but not responsible should any occur.
W. J. Purnell, Owner
J. I). Kohamion, Groom
discovery of modem
times for Biliouane
ion and Stomach troub
es. Drives away chill?
and I-a Grippe.
DOES tbe WORK of CALOMEL
Without the Bad After Effects
Nothing else like it. The one effective
Cathartic and Liver lnvigorator with th«
GRIPE LEFT OUT. Certain relief from
)3iliousnesi>. Headache, Dizziness Heart
burn. Soar Stomach and Chills. No cal
omel or injurious, habit-forming drugs,
but a scientific dfbcovery that give? ama*
• ng resells.
William Moutan ^ • L. LllTry
Attoniey At Law
Oftio* in 8e<'t)rity Htnte Bnnk Bldg.
Insurance and Farm
Loans Notary Public
I Successor to Mrs. E, A. Denigon
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
l v local uiipijftttloiif. an they rtnnot r« ch
the portion of the ear. 'I h**!** •
only on© way to cure lb*' '• |
by •'onafttiitioriAl reniedlf* DvcfneM • '
«;iu« d by ®n Inflamed ••ontlltion of th<- nau 1
CO>ib linililf of the !;u«ta«'h Hi Tube Whm ;
• bin tube 10 influn.'d \. <i have rnmblinc
•ouikd or imperfect and when I' i«
#*n irely rioted, l)Ml'neM m the result, and
unWits the inflamriia'ion ••hii be taken out
? no lhl tube reatored to >>• normal eondl
lion, bearlnr will be deatvoyed forever; nine
« aeea out of ten are « auaed bv Catairb
whkh ia nothing but an inflamed condition
of tbe nanroua aurfacea
W> will slve One Hundred Dollara for an*
rate of De.afneaa "eauaed by i-atarrh) *bai
t ar.noi be cure^l by Hall'a Catnrrh
Send for rirtnlara. free
F J. CHE NICY A CO.. Tolarfo. Obla
fioVd by DrijffRlata. 7i>t
Take Haifa Family PIMa for conatlpatian.
Farm Loans at 5 1-2 per
cent interest. J. F. Shockley
Dr. C. E. Northcutt
PFmician «nd SortJeoD
Office over the Farmers Stale
Phones Res. 9;J Office 53
W. W. Boyd, D. D. S.
Office hours: 8:30 a. no. to 5 p. m.
Sundays by appointment. Phone
connection. Office over Purcell
Bank and Trust Co.. Purcell, Okia.
Renew for the Leader---$1,00
Farm Loan Money at 5 per
cent. See me at once.
lark' PthriHcr^ °ffice in the Farmers'
JdClV nmriuge, state (juaranty Bank
Insures Strong Chicks
It is folly to buy a poorly constructed incubator. But only a
proven machine, one that ha" been used bv the neighbors and
can be recommended by them.
THE X-RAY INCUBATORS
t ave been sold by us for years. We can show you X-HAYS
8 years old thai are still giving record hatches. We have just
?eeeived a big shipment and can supply you now.
Wynne & Massey
hardware Tinware Cutlerv
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Jones, Rex D. The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, March 23, 1917, newspaper, March 23, 1917; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110769/m1/3/: accessed February 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.