The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, November 9, 1917 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEXINGTON LEADER
The Lexington Lender
THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPEH
Entered at the Postotfice "at Lexington. Oklahoma aB Second Class
LEE WHIT8ETT, Owner and Editor
Subscription Ratee: $1.00 per Year. 6 months 50c. 3 months 25c
Strictly Cash in Advance
A most delightful event was the
Hallowe'en party given Miss Ruth
Friend by a number of her friends
Numerous franks I were played by
the jolly .revelers. Refreshments of
sweet cider and apples were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Scott of Ma-
guire were Sunday guests of Mrs. H.
Mrs. R. W- Jarboe and Mrs. Onla
JtfcKenzie were Sunday guests of Rev.
Johnson and wife- 1 •
Important business c. hand Sun-
day, everyone Interested In Sunday
school is requested to be present.
"I Quite a n'uiiber of ibe Stovall
folkB attended church at Lexington
Sunday night and enjoyed the lec-
ture by Mr. Wickizer of the Univer-
A Joliy crowd of young people
surprised Miss Mattle Harryman on
Monday night witah a party- Miss
Mattle will leave this week to spend
the winter with relatives in Missouri
Mrs. S- P. Hughes and children
Mrs. M. A. Kelnlen of Oklahoma City
Mesrs. and Mesdames Roy Keinlen
Harold and Roy Sherman were Sun-
day guests at the C. H- Sherman
Mrs. Cora Parnell of Cold Springs,
Arkansas, came In Saturday to vis-
it her daughters. Helen and Mrs.
School opened Monday with about
one half of the scholars present.
['Here's hoplnfc that the cotton crop
! win goon be gathered so that all can
Chas. Herrington and two sons
have moved to the Jese Carter place
near the school house Mr. Herring-
ton being employed as teacher this
term. The school board was present
at the opening of school and assisted
Prof Her,rlngton In putting up a new
Misses Mattie Harryman, Ruth
Friend and Cora Phillips, Lizzie and
lleulah Williite, Carl Sherman. For- i
! rest Nelson and Mitcholl Wilhite'
'were Sunday guests of Mrs Holly:
Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Wilson a,re
enjoying a new surrey recently pur- |
chased by Mr. Wilson.
Mrs. Brown, nee Ille. is having a j
new residence erected on her farm. -
Miss Mattie Harryman spent sever-
al days visiting Miss Ruth Friend.
Mrs- E. Odom is on the lick list j
Adrian McNeil returned to his
home in Arkansas after a three weeks
visit with his aunt, Mrs. H. Hughes.
His cousin, Miss Mattle Harryman
accompanied him home and will
spend the winter at the McNeil home
and with relatives in Missouri.
Miss Ruth Friend is spending this
week with Mrs. Monroe Burkett.
M,r. and Mrs. J. S- Steakley, Miss
Ruth Friend, Horton Higbee and
Jack and Ray Steakley were guests
of Mr and Mrs. W- B. Garrison Sun-
Mms. Stewart and Friend were
guests of Mrs. Holly Hughes Monday
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Higbe^ and
children were guests of.Mr- and Mrs.
H- Friend Sunday.
Edd Bock of Winfield, Kansas,
came In Tuesday for a few days vis-
' It with his sister Mrs. H. Friend-
We have installed a modern
round bale press in our Lexing-
ton gin and are prepared to do
custom ginning, either round or
square bale. The round bale will
bring you the most money/—No
waste, no sanipling==Come to see
The J. h. Loftin Gin
Frank Claunch, Manager
J. W. Poe is preparing to hold a
public sale on Thursday, November
15, at his farm northeast of Lex-
ington. He has quite a number of
head of good stock which he will
offer for sale- He also has some
good farm Implements and many oth-
er useful articles for the farmer list-
ed. Look oveir bis list on another;
page of this issue. You will no doubt
find something that you will need-
Prof. and Mrs. McNeal, Misses Ho-|
well and Kate Wise, teachers in the|
Noble schools, were visiting Mrs- Ar
thur Sherman Tuesday afternoon.
The Red Ace. a good picture at the
Mystery, Thursday, November 15.
Rackiey goods are butler.
See Marie Walcamp at the Mys-
tery theater Thursday, November 15.
For art squares. See Rack-
The Old Maids convention will
'meet at Lone Star school house soon.
Watch for the date.
Rackiey p;:ys bririg*
Car Load of Moon Bros. Buggies.
Call and See Them
Also Car of Stoves and Ranges
If you need a good range or heat=
ing stove \ve have the best
to be had.
W agons in stock, both oak rims
and bois d'arc rims
Slock Tanks, Flues, 1'iitnps, Pipe and Fittings
Almost anything you want will find at Beringer's
We Still Buy Junk
Are You A Customer
of This Store?
If not, Why not?
Here is the largest and best stock in Cleveland county—
largest and best assorted stock in this entire section.
There is every reason why you should make this store a
visit this fall. Here you will not only find a great big
stock of all kinds of wearing apparel but you will also
find it at the right price.
Here is a store where your dollars will buy as much as
your neighbors, where you are sure of receiving 100
cents for every dollar you spend. We guarantee that
every purchase you make here here must be satisfactor-
ily. We sell goods at one price and evry dollar we sell
must give our customer perfect satisfaction.
This Week We Offer Practically
$100,000 worth of our new fall merchandise
goods that have been bought months ago when prices
were much lower than they are today We offer you this
saving if you will make your purchases here now. How
much longer we can keep these prices down depends
upon how fast we sell our present stock. We shall be
compelled to ask more for merchandise when our pres-
ent stock is sold out.
We are now in our new building with 12000 square feet
of floor space—this is one-third larger than our old store
We want you to come and see us this fall. Not alone will
we sell you a fall bill of dry goods at the lowest possible
price but we will pay your expenses when you come. If
you use the railroad we will pay your fare and your ex-
penses while here, if you use your car we will buy your
gasoline and pay for your dinner.
We now offer you complete stocks of the following lines:
Mens and oBys Suits, Overcoats, Pants, Shoes, Under-
wear, Shirts, Neckwear, Caps, Socks, Sweaters, Gloves,
Raincoats. Ladies and Misses Suits, Dresses, Skirts,
Waists, Raincoats, Underwear, Corsets, Hosiery, No-
tions. Wool, Silk and Cotton Fabrics, Staples, Blankets,
Comforts, Neckwear, Gloves, Laces, Embroideries.
Many of these lines were bought more than a year ago
and we are selling them cheaper than we can buy them
from the mills today.
Make a special trip to Norman and see us.
We will take care of your expenses if you
buy your fall bill here.
The S. K. McCall Company
Norman's Greatest Store
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Whitsett, Lee. The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, November 9, 1917, newspaper, November 9, 1917; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110802/m1/4/: accessed January 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.