The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, December 21, 1917 Page: 2 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
THE LEXINGTON LEADER
THE CHRISTMAS FURNITURE STORE
There is no gift that will be so beautifying,
and useful to the home, as a new piece of fur-
niture. Our store is "chock full" of beautiful
furniture that will be suitable and will make
the very best Christmas gift.
E. M. McKittrick, hay to Poor Farm, al- I
H. L. Sadler, bailiff, allowed, $4.00.
Woodring Groceries to poor, allowed, j
Election Board, al
ork on Election Board, al j
H. L. Sadler,
i'lonecr Drug Store, supplies, allowed I
John Fisher, salary, allowed. $75.00.
I'l'Jiirer I)i . ■ . . ► . !. $6.20. 1
i loneer Drug Store, pain and work, alluwe !. '
f. j . Pledger, salary, allowed, $60.00.
i,e<>. I'. Burke, salary, allowed, $161.83.
Tom Cheatwood, salary, allowed, $158.33.
I has. Adair, salary, allowed. $75.00.
!•'. A. Adair, salary, allowed. $75.00.
John fisher, livery hire, allowed, $4.00.
i.rand i tnt:;.'. Hotel, hoard, allowed, $23.1
xpense as witness, i
Wilson, Walker, Deed Record, al
rtha Hammer, monthly
U. McLauchlin, insanity
I. A. Mclntire, supplies to sheriff, allowe<l,
oklahoma Gas and Electric Co., light, al-
Kdwin DeBarr, analysis, allowed. *20.00.
\. O. Barnard, cleaning courthouse, allow-
ed. $4.00; disallowed, $1.00.
I. David, salary, allowed. $21.66.
' . K. atamp Co.. seal, allowed, $3,80.
Geo. Tarkington, feed for team, disallowed,
Co-Operative Co., supplies, allowed, §9.S4."
Co-Operative Co., supplies, allowed, $3.55.
Lydia Briggs, salary, allowed, $75.00.
C. .s. Bobo, service, disallowed, $75.00.
Norman Mill Co., ice, allowed, $14.80.
I. I-. Walker, plastering, allowed, $77.25.
W. .. Scott, fees, allowed, $2.25.
L. W. Hardwick, mileage, allowed, $1.60.
ilary, allowed, $141.66.
I will sell at Public Auction at my place six miles east and five north of Lex-
ington the following described property on
Thursday, Dec. 27
Saie Begins at 10 O'clock
Th hotel men over the country
seem to have struck a snag in their j
attempt to explain their failure to1
observe meatless and wheatless days j
by alleglag that the travrfing men
would not "stand for it." Now come
(he United Commercial Travelers!
and indignantly deny the charge, j
maintaining that they are as ready
as any other class of men to follow
Mr. Hoover's recommendations to the
letter. It seems to be up to the eat-
ing house men.
urkelt (Irugging, a
I'. Trudgeon mat'
White haulin" n
Belew <*as, allowe
Norman, Oklahoma, .-eccmber v I'd
The Hon. Board of County Commissioners
met in regular session in the office of the
There were promt lion. .1. L. Suddtjth,
Chairman, '/. K. Westervelt and R. K Mr-
llride, members ami I'.. II. Helms, County
Clerk when the following proceedings were
had to wit:
In the matter of allowing claims against the
Claims on file in the office of the County
Clerk against the various townships were ex-
amined and disposed of as follows:
John Teel roadwork. allowed. $35.40.
C. L. Eldridge roadwoik, allowed. $43.00.
John Bennett roadwork, allowed, $12.00
Vergil Goodin dragging, allowed, $10.00.
C. K. Rider roadwork, allowed, $48.00.
E. Wetland dragging, allowed. $12.00.
Better Road* Mfg. Go. steel. -.Mowed $115.
(in material, allowed, $4.30.
i roadwork, allowed, $153.00.
roadwork, allowed, $16.00.
Mfg. i •>. steel. allowe
V I). Maroney, dragging, allowed, $15.25.
irtin matei til* allowed* $75.70.
.1 dm Harrington, grading, allowed, $64.50.
Ira King h.'acksmithing, allowed, $13.75.
I. \\ . Moore roadwork, allowed $48.00.
Better Roads Mfg. v.o. steel, allowed
II. II. Ford roadwork, allowed, $29.00.
Moo Kb TWP.
F. M. McClennan roadwork. allowed, >36.00.
Geo. I. .vrnold, Supplies, allowed, $6.(/J.
P. K. Sims roadwork, allowed. $45.00.
Abb Attinger roadwork, allowed. $12.00.
Otis McBride, roadwork, allowed, $12.00.
1 horse eight years old.
1 Jersey cow four years old.
1 red cow five years old.
1 good buggy.
1 Jersey cow and calf.
1 set harness.
1 fat hog.
1100 bushels corn.
1 60 shocks cane in bulk.
13 dozen chickens.
! 2 ten inch blue bird plows.
1 lister, 12 inch.
2 Bee stands.
1 folding bed stead.
2 wood bedsteads.
2 iron bed steads.
2 stand tables.
1 rocking chair.
20 bushels sweet potatoes.
sV. II. P. Trudgeon, -material, allowed. $20.8C
f. K. Bean roadwork. allowed, $9.35.
\V. I.. Bean roadwork. allowed. $21.00.
The Boarlwnn Co. material, allowed, $19.6(1
Robt. Eldridge, road work, allowed, $50.00.
H. F. Bridewell roadwork, allowed, $11.00.
G. T. Arnold mdse., allowed, $3.59.
Howard K .vlvil! matorial. allowed. $2,30.
No'an IIros , roadwork, allowed. $38.00. I
Otis McBride roadwork, allowed, $12.00. •
Taylor Langford, roadwork, allowed, $6.00.
I'.rncst Balch, roadwork, allowed, $45.00.
C.reen Wilks, roadwork. allowed. $.1S.00. |
Koy Gro*s roadwork, allowed, $21.00. j
Walter Gross, roadwork, allowed. $4.00.
Neely Hugh roadwork, allowed, $V.OO
E. Piatt, roadwork, allowed, $95.15.
Add Bale!., roadwork. allowed, $1.00.
Better Roids Mfg. Co. steel, allowed. $85.50. I
!. L. Corbett, County Treasurer. Judgment,
T. E. Wheeler, roadwork, allowed. $54.00.
W. H. P. Trudgeon material, allowed, $14.60.
E. A. McDonald, posts, ai. wed, $3.00.
J. M. Dean hlacksniithm-. allowed. $12.50.
f allowin claims against thr
J. L. Corbett, salary, allowed, $141.66.
J. N. Brown, salary, allowed, $58.^0.
J. 1. Tucker, engineering, alowed, $60.8:
< >rIo - .ackert, engineering, allowed. $3.7i
W. K. Clark, salary, allowed, $116.66.
W. R. Clark, visiting schools, allowed, $8.
W. R. Clark, stamps, allowed, $12.00.
J. F. Pledger, board oi prisoners, allow.
$13.00: disallowed, $6.50.
Z. K. \ esterveit, salar- allowed, "41.86.
loin Cheatwood, expense, allowed, $l.?..:(i. ^
^ Terms of Sale.—All sums $10 and under cash. Sums over
Meyer & Meyer, cabinctt, allowed, $77.00.
I,. L. McComb, salary, allowed, $50.00.
J. B. Wheelis, salary, allowed, $158.33.
B. 1*. Clay, expense, allowed, $3.00.
J. B. Wheelis, expense, allowed, $51.85.
J. L. audderth, salary, allowed. $46.66. I
R. . McBride, salary, allowed, 42.40.
E. S. Kirbie, expense, allowed, $20.33.
A. C. Stevens, salary, allowed, $40.00. j
E. B, Helms, stainos. allowed, $26.71.
R. i1. Mcbride, roadtime, allowed, $45.00.
.1. L. Sudderth, roadtime, allowed, $48.00.
/. K. Westervelt. roadtime, allowed, $21.00.
L. Bailev, hauling cabinet, allowed, $1,00.
R. < . King, expense, disallowed, $19.05.
COUNTY iv /Al) MAINTAINANCE.
Murle DeLong, dragging, allowed, $6.<o. j
Sim Morrison, dragging, allowed, $18.00.
C. C. Richardson, dragging, allowed, $10.00.
Win. Schultz, dragging, allowed, $12.40.
C. E. Swihart, dragging, allowed. $6.50.
K. B. tv oodring, draggin" allowed, $8.00.
('tis McBride, dragging, allowed, $4.00. j
Eddie Weiland, dragging, allowed. $9.(K .
Jt was then ordered and the Board ad-
journed until Tuesday, Dec. 4, at 9 a. m.
J. L. SUDDERTH,
Attest: ^ Chairman.
I ?n£ ■
' Clerk against the eountv were
I ami disposed of as follows:
'reskitt, plastering, allowed, $13,00.
... , $10 ten months
time with ten per cent interest. Notes to be approved by the Security State
] bank of Lexington, Okla., 5 per cent discount for cash on sums over $10. No
j property to be removed from premises until settled for.
LUNCH ON GROUNDS
W. P. Panders, Owner
BEAN BROS., Auctioneers.
Bert Baggett, paving tax m
Iv. J. Chaney, erroneous assessment,
In the matter of apnrovine official i«, ,
The report of J. B. Wheelis, Sheriff.
Oct. and Nov. was approved.
All the mernbers of the Hon. Board
.•resent, and E. B. 'ms. County Clerk,
the when the following busbies was transacted
ex COUNTY SINKING FUND. I The
7* ("0, Treas., judgments, allow- ] for ()«
The report of Jim Stoker, Court ClerE,
or Nov. was approved.
Kirbie, Deputy Sheriff,
Eldridge, road ovcr-
/ j-\v was approved.
report of J. A. Martin, road overseer,
.n";W °* Mclennan, road over-
I0-3-W. was approved.
report of O. .. Roberts, road over
9-2-W. was approved.
rarxnr* . 13 Qa(j ovcrseer<
Wheeler, road over-
i he renort « . „
scer, 6-1-E. was approved.
The report of T. W. Moore road overseer,
9-3-W. was approved.
rhe report of C. C. Eldridge, road overseer,
9-2-W. was approved.
It was then ordered and the Board is ad-
7OUl'oi8 i,S next reSular meeting, Jan.
Mb. County Clerk
:Vv« :■•>,! '
Give us a trial on anything vou want in t
HARDWARE OR IMPLEMENT LINE . .
The Beringer Hardware has the completest
line of Ranges and Heating Stoves ever
brought to Purcell.
Majestic Ranges, Hot blast heaters with
cast iron lining clear to top of stove.
New Process Oil Stoves. If you want to
make a valuable Christmas present to your
wife, call at Beringer's. Prices right.
Bain Wagons with Bois 'd'arc rims at Ber-
One car of Leudinghaus wagons will be re-
ceived by Beringer Hardware next week. All
Bois'd'arc rims. Prices right.
Moon Bros, buggies at Beringer Hardware
companys. Wrought iron line—finely fin-
ished. One extra fine surry. Prices right.
A full line of Studebaker harness at Ber-
ingers. Prices right.
A splendid line of blue and white enameled
ware at Beringers. Prices right.
John Deere implements for sale by Berin-
ger Hardware company. Prices right.
Hog fence, poultry net and barbed wire on
hand and for sale by Beringer Hardware Co.
Boys biccycles and wagons ,all sizes for sale
by Beringer Hardware company. Prices
"umps, tanks, pipe and all kinds of pipe fit-
tings, valves and packing at Beringer Hard-
ware company. Prices right.
Gasoline engines, all sizes, for sale at Ber-
Automobile tires and casings for sale at
Beringers. Prices right.
Wagon and buggy wood work and smithing
coal for sale at Beringers. Prices right.
Tractors and gang plows for sale at Ber-
All kinds of guns and ammunition at Ber-
in£ers. Prices right.
We will give fifty cents per hundred in
trade for good junk. No scrap iron or small
stuff. Beringer Hardware company.
We have the goods
We have the price
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, December 21, 1917, newspaper, December 21, 1917; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110808/m1/2/: accessed September 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.