The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, June 15, 1917 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEXINGTON LEAD**
THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER
Cntared at tht Postoffioe at Lexington,
Oklahoma a* Second Class
LEE WHITSETT, Ow.nbr and Editor
$1.00 per Year. G months 50c. 3 months 25c
Strictly Cash in Advance
W" are havin gnome fine weather
now and cam and cotton are look- I
Ing much better.
P. A. HolmpR and wife returned
Sunday from Stigler where fheyj
have been visiting old friends the
Dick Weaver, who is attending
Hills Business College at Oklahoma
1 City, visited his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. S. Weaver and family Sun-1
Klbert May and family visited J. |
K. Beckham and family Sunday.
•J. E. Beckham marketed hogs in
Lexington Saturday, receiving 14c I
net for them. He says raising ho£s
is better than raising cotton.
Mr. Fonteuier, daughter and son! , A /rowd attended the Sun-
"ay school convention at Mt. Zion
at the j Sunday. A lengthy program was
rendered and aC noon the tables
Carlyle Murnam and wife are the *h'" he^ll> laafi,'d Wlth th,! things
... (that make a man feel happy. The
nt la iy >oy, | next township Sunday school reunion
will be held at the Corbett church
had the j thp fi'r8t Sunday in June. 1918. J. F.
Corbett was elected president. .) .1.
ily. Jesse Caiterand wife. Miss Em-
po Mayes. Messrs. 01 in Cooper and
were Sunday dinner guests
The Leader is eiperiencinjc a very
creditable advertiing patronage and
our .readers are showing very
oncouragng signs of interest. This
is very much of an inspiration to the
editor. We have a determined ambi-
tion to see every business house in
Lexington represented with their ad-
vertisement in The Leader. Don't
you think it ought to be there? The i protid parents of a
little home newspaper touches ev- bom Saturday, June 9.
«ry heart in town—it is one sole! .. ,, 0, . .
, , , , Mrs. Marvin Shockley
legitimate medium of conveying anil . . | n . ., , ,
Clean unbnildine nll8f«>rtun6 of severely injuring herj n® *as p|eetetl President. J J.
.lean. upbuilding / * I Brown, vice-president and Elsie Jar-
ankle last week, when a rope to|boe secretary and treasurer.
which she was holbing, broke let-!
' ■ ®
New and up-to-date pattrens of
Priced at 20c per roll—and up
When in Purcell stop at Kenne-
dy's Soda Fountain.—L. W. Kenne-
"We will not choose the path of
submission and suffer the most sac-
red rights of our Nation and our
■people to be ignored or violated."—
One bond ts fifty bullet.:.
AT THK MKTHODIHT CHH RCH.
Sunday flcfcool 9:45.
Preaching 11 a. m.
Subject, "Epochs in Life.''
Sight Reading Class at 8 p. m
1'reaching at 8; 15 p. ra. jp
The largest and
Art Sq uares
in McClain County.
best assortment of
Priced S6.50 to $55
ting her fall
Cotton choppers are very busy
this week on every farm. The
farmers say they will have their
crops in good shape if we have
suitable weather another week.
Mr, Housted and familv visited
across the river Sunday.
The Epworth League did not
meet Sunday evening as many of
the young people attended the
meeting at Rocky Point.
J. I). Boston ana family visited
their daughter, Mrs, W. B. Bullock
Mr. McCotnb of Norman visited
at the Stafford home Sunday.
Eli Davis and family visited J.
R. Stafford and wife Friday night.
Robbie Boston spent Saturday
night with Marjorie Rule.
Dr, Davis and wife were guests
at the Joe Wolf home at a fish
M. L. Reagean and wife wers
Oklahoma Ciiy visitors Fridav.
The Children's Day eiercises were
well attended. The program was
well rendered especially the song
by Robbie Boston, "We'll never let
our old Flag fall." She received
many compliments. The cradle j — —
roll babies baptised were .luanita !,upper one e?eni"B laet
Verle Bullock and Susie Lorene "
Holcomb. The dinner was in re-
ality a feast of the old days. Rev.
Carson delivered an excellent ser.
mon in the afternoon.
Sunday evening guests of John
Rule and family were: Rev. Carson
and family, W. X. Carter and fam-
Miss Elsie Stevens entertained
several young people from Stovall
Misses Anna Dunn, Alma May-
j field and Myrtle Cartwright, ac-
companied by the latter's mother
attended fhe eighth grade exercises
at Norman la«t week.
w. E. French, J. R. Wood, J. H.
Martin, J. F. Williams, and C. E I
Blancett transacted business in Lex-
A large crowd attended singing
at the home of J. F. Snow Saturday
A large crowd met at the Martin
Hill cemetery Saturday where they
fixed the fcraves. cleaned th grounds
and at noon all enjoyed an excell-
ent dinnar on the ground.
Mr. Cooley of near Corbett trans-
acted busines here Saturday.
Mrs. Maud Snow and two children
visited Mrs. Minnie Boeck and child-
ren Saturday evening.
S. X. Swimme. grand master of
the 1. O. Q. F. of Oklahoma wilt ad-
dress the publio on the beauties of
Odd Fellowship next Saturday night,
June 16, at 7 p. m. at Eason, after
which he will meet with the lodge.
All who are Interested in friendship,
love and truth are cordially invited.
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Bails is ill at this writ-
We have the Standard makes of
They are priced right for Cash, or will sell you one
so that the earnings will pay for it. One year's time
Priced from &35.00 to S90.00
B. H. Rackley
Sealy Mattresses and Liggett & Piatt Bed Springs
Good Buggies Fully Guaranteed
That Is The KIND WE SELL
Hie 11ERC I LES BUGG^ 5s made for service and at the same
time has style. It is made by a reliaole company and one that
stands behind their products with a strong guarantee.
e have several buggies now in stock. Come in and let us show
you how to get more buggy for less money by using the Hercules.
Cash or Credit. Also nice line of fly nets and summer lap dusters
Harness Repairing Buggies
Bring your wheat to Purcell and let us make it into
Hour for you. We absolutely guarautee a good grade of flour.
We will keep on hand at all times a supply of chopped wheat,
corn chops, flour, Bran and meal.
Mat Ozment's Custom Mill
Phone 118 Purcell, Oklahoma
brother Roland, and other relatives,
A number of Science Hill young
people attended singing at Willow
View Sunday afternoon.
J. T. Williams made a business
trip to Lexington Friday.
Dock Couch and Miss Mafcgie Har-
binson were quietly married Satur-
day evening at 8 o'clock by Rev.
Russell-Conkling returned to his
home in Norman after a weeks visit
on the Congiing farm.
G. D. Winters and wife were din-
ner guests of J. E. Arnold and wife
The cream supper given by Newt
Clary was well attended and all re-
port a nice time.
loin Sutterfield spent Sunday with
his daughter. Mrs. Annie Williams.
J. L. Conkling of Norman spent
last week on his farm.
Mrs. Annie Mt Kiddy spent Satur-
day night with her mother, Mrs.
Mae Lace of Texas is visiting her
sister. Mrs. McCall.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold made a busi-
ness trip to Noble Sunday.
Quite ;i number of boys surprised
Mr. and Mrs. Dock Couch Monday
I j by giving them a charivaring.
Kostman Kodak supplies, postage
paid at Kennedy's, Purcell.
Swat the fly and protect your
I Dr. H. H. Wynne
I Specialist of the Eye, Ear,
1 Nose and Throat, of Oklaho-
| ma City, will be professionally
Monday, July 23
The scientific application of
lenses (glasses) to the eye re-
ceives my attention. One
regular visit every six weeks
Inquire at the office of Dr.
Thacker. 10 a. m. to 5 p. m.
- - -. -
Quick Vulcanizing Repairs Gas \yelding
Oil and Grease Free Air and Water
Work done Day or Night
CARPENTER & KING
In the Neal Smith Building
rv the Leader three mouths, 25c.
We have a complete line of Summer
t urnishings for the Men and Boys. Shirts,
Underwear, Hats, Hosiery, Low Cuts, and
Collars, Also a nice line of Work Shirts, Oldves
and Work Shots.
We have a complete stock of the latest styles in slippers
for the Ladies. Come in and look them over.
Just Arrived—We have just received a shipment of
ties in the latest styles and colors.
J. C. DOWDY
A Look Into Our Tinware
will convince vaii of its quaiity hi d
A critical examination of work
we do in
will be just a^ satisfactory. Give
us a trial and prove that we merit
McDonald's Tin Shop
— tiimimMTflMlllhr KITHilllBBIn M WIMMIMIMUlHliliillBBIIM
We Will Buy Your Cotton NOW!
DELIVERED THIS FALL
See Us Before You Sell
L0FTIN & AMBRISTER
Independent dinners,'Cotton Buyers & Shippers
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Whitsett, Lee. The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, June 15, 1917, newspaper, June 15, 1917; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110781/m1/4/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.