The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, December 28, 1917 Page: 5 of 10
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THE LEXINGTON LEADER
Louis Corbett was here spending Mrs. H. H. Holmes of Wilson, Okla
•Christmas with friends. I was here during Christmas visiting
with her parents, J. P. Perkins and
Belton Philbeck from Camp Bowia wife, and other friends.
was here Tuesday visiting with
friends. Lawrence B.rownell and wife are
B. P. Geno and wife and C. E.
Wharton took Christmas dinner with
relatives in the country, D. V. Geno
and family, nine miles northeast of
Mrs. E. L. Harvy of Verden, Okla.,
■viis /'c,re spending (he (Christmas
holidays with her parents, J. J.
Brown and wife who live near Cor-
liere this week visiting at the hom >K!tt
W. B. Ward is spending the holi- of Mr. Brownell's parents, Mr. and
days in the state of Missouri visiting Mrs. J A. Brownell.
with his parents.
| Ray isom was here during Christ-
Earl Simpson of Norman was here lias from Norman where he is at-
during the Christmas ht^idays visit- tending the University, visiting with regular reader of The
ing with friends. S !'is parents and friends. ! Thanks, Bro. Stafford.
E. A. Stofford one of ou,r farmers
out 011 route two, was in town Wed-
nesday and while here called and
had us enter his name on our list as
Clyde Ko'senbader was here dur- Poe Nemecek and Edward Daniels j e0 fr(jno paid the Leader a dollar
Jng Christmas from Port Worth vis- were among the boys left last week 11is week with instructions to enter
itiug with his parents. for Fort Rosencranes, California, to jji8 llanle on nu, Leader subscription
enter the services of Uncle Sam.
Homer Reid and family took din-
ner Christmas with their friends, A. (' Pruitt was a business visitor
Alex Miner and family. in Lexington Saturday and called at
The Leader ofiice and renewed his
Miss Anna May Simpson of Nor- .ubscription tor the coming year,
man was hero Tuesday spending
Christmas with friends. Henry Tarp and wife, living near
___ Lexington, left Saturday for Topeka,
Claud Blackwell, Hiving on route \'ansns where they will spend the
four was in Friday and renewed his Holidays visiting their daughter,
subscription for the year 1918.
list for another years reading. We
thany you Mr. (ieno, call again.
If you want a rea
s e i, F. .;i;
Mr. and Mrs. H. Friend, accom-
panied by M.r. Friend's sister, Mrs.
Ella J. Booth of Twin Falls, Idaho,
who is here visiting, spent the Christ-
mas holidays at Fort Cobb, visiting1
a sister, Mrs. J. A. Mendenhall and |
Ci. H. Hunt, a reader of the Lead-
er was here from Trousdale Saturday
and had us change his address from
that point to Lexington, route one,
where he will reside during the next
Mr. B. <\ Goode was here from the |
Wayne country Saturday and inform-j
ed us that he would soon he a res-
ident of this community as his father,
Arch Goode would move from his!
present place east of Wayne to «•
farm near here.
W. I-. Strong, one of our prosper^
ous farmers, was in town Saturday
(grading and looking after business
liters. While here he called and
id for another years reading of
THE BEST YEAR liN
1917 has been the best yea,r for business we have ever
witnessed. Italizing the fact that our friends and customers
are the source which has made this possible we wish to extend
to tliein. our appreciation. We hope that you will have the
most prosperous year ever during 1918.
THE BAIRD DRUG CO.
We lill IVlephone and IVin-el Post orilers and Prepay Charges
l)r Cox and wit'e of Norman were
here during Christmas visiting at
the home of J. F. Slioekley and wife.
.1. L. Graham was in town Wed-
nesday u'tending business matters
aid while here came in and renewed
lis subscription for another year.
\ l\ in Barnett and wife of this city
aio Christmas dinner with Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Thornton at ihe Thornton
home near Wayne. They repo/t a
bi ? dinner and a bis crowd of guests,
a,id all the best time of their lives.j
Clay from out on route two. Messrs Murray and Earl Black,
.a in town Saturday and slipped Henry Stein, Caj-l 1 lie. Owen Tearcy
necessary coin across the ma- and Tobe Center, all of Lexington,
hogany to insure him another year wore pleasure seekers and busines
of Lender readin Mr Clay says the visitors to Oklahoma City Sunday.
Leader is getting better every issue
and that he sure does not want to
miss a single copy.
Corii For Sale
.Miss Kstelle Tuggle of the O. 0.
"* |w. of Chickasha, and WilMe May
Rev J W. Richards and wife were • J' Milv livi,ls "ul °* ™ut® Juggle of the University at Norman,
the week riis 8 I)!oa!,anl (,al'pr a' ,"e "6aaer were here spending Christmas vaca-
ollice Saturday. He squared himself,, ;on wjt|, their parents, Mr. and M,rs.
for another year of Leader reading, j j M Tuggle.
in Oklahoma City first of
and returned with a new Saxon Four
H. C. Ogle called at The Leader
office Friday and renewed his sub-
scription. ^Thanks, Bro. Ogle, call
Miss WH'ie Bohanan, teacher near
Washington was home during the
Christmas holidays visiting with her
pa.rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bohanan.
Dr. G. P. Johnson, one of the old
timers here, was a caller at the
Miss Elizabeth Keller was here Farm Loans at lOVV lateSOf
from Norman spending the holidays inlerest. See J. F. Shockiey
with he.r parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Keller. M R (Mort) Sewell, well knewn
Ito Lexington people, was here Sat_
Miss Maud Northcutt, who is teach urday from the Thornton home,
ing at Darlington, was here spending near wayne, trading with Lexington
Christmas visiting with relatives and merchants.
friends. I —
* H. Moyer and family were trad-
Cal. Hobson and wife of Oklahoma jng jn Lexington Monday. Mr. Moyer
City were here during Christmas wju have a big public sale at his
visiting at the home of D. Thacker on January 2nd, and at which time
and family. he will close out the estate of M. B
Virgil Ferguson, one of Uncle j
Sam's boys, stationed at Camp Bowie Jesse Whorton of Edmond and
was here during Christmas visiting Georgia Wharton of Oklahoma City
with friends. were here Christmas visiting with
their parents and other relatives and
Mr. McIntosh of Oklahoma City, friends.
father of M,rs. Earl Black of this ~
city, was here spending Christmas C. D Sizemore and son Claud of
at the Black home. near Wayne. McClain county, were
in Lexington Monday doing sonu
Christmas shopping and attending
. other business matters. Mr. Sizemore
paid this office a pleasant call while
her e. The editor of this paper accom
panied him back to Wayne, where
we spent Christmas with the Little
Leader office Monday morning. Mr. lutely REMOVES the Dandruff,
e prevents the hair falling out, also , pie supper In lu .it tin sprint, nm
now, having retired from the profes- Stops 0,1 fif8t appHca- I *cll°o1 houBe- Th" *"P""r wi"
■ion several years back. We appreci- tion. Price $1.00. I llP],i for the benefit of the church in
ate the visits of these old timers, for MANKIN'S HEALING SALVE that community Everybody isex-
they are in a position to tell us the ^as no equal for old sores, car- tended a cordial invitation to iit-
history of Lexington from its birth, buncles, Inflamation oi any kind, ! ten(j
and it is real interesting to listen to. £tc. Price 50 cents.
Miss Mayme Perkins was home on a
vacation from her school, spending
the holidays with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Perkins.
Vaughn Glenn, living near here,; ,.im( v
was a peasant caller at the Leader
office Saturday morning and had us . . ,
enter his name on our list as a. A fBWQQO'j bargains 111 ISDO
yearly reader of the Leader. Mr. jf bought at OtlCe ISO a ti d |
Glenn was appointed by Supervisor t once |)rjc0S f
Mathes of the Red Cross work, to OU- °1' ^ „
solicit funds here for the Red Cross, right. J F. SHOCM-fcY.
See I!. K. 1 «'11ill:i 11. OIK lin .i - :;St
and oik 1 >lf mile smith <>t Lexinj;-
1 com, Itch.
POSITIVELY the best remedy for
that dread disease Eczema. A|s0
Itch, Barber's Itch, Ringworm,'i oe ton ior
Itch, Sweaty, Galded or Bad I
Smelling Feet. Price $ 1.00. Pie Supper at Sprinq Hill
REMLDY and hair tonic abso-
Saturday night there wi
nd La Grippe,
DOI«>' th.- WORK of CALOMEL'
Without the Bad After EiTects
Nothing else like it The one effective
Cathartic and Liver Invigorator with the
GRIPE LKKT OUT, Certain relief from
Biliousness, Headache. Dizziness Heart-
burn. Sour Stomach and Chills. No cal-
omel or injuriou' habit-forming dru^s,
but a scientific discovery that gives amaz
Mrs. R. J. Clark was a visitor at OR MONEY REFUNDED
the Leader ofiice Saturday and had -j^e a(,ove articles for sale by all first
us change the address of her daught- class Druggists.
er's paper, Mrs. M. J. Luckinbill, to j THE MANK1N REMEDY CO.
200 West Second street, Oklahoma j Oklahoma City, U. S. A.
Tom Thornton, T.iving near Wayne, | Two used cars, one Overland 83,
was a business visito,r in Lexington! one Ford, both cars in good condi-
Wednesday. While here he called at | iion- Come and see them and buy
the Leader office and renewed his ■ them worth the money—B. C. Clark
subscription for the year 1918. Mr. j Pu- cell, Okla
Thornton has been a Leader reader |
foi- a great number of years and has
many friends and acquaintances here
who a,re always glad to see him. He
stated to us that he did a great por-1
tion of his trading with Lexington j
merchants because he could buy j
cheaper here than ;he could any-
where else in this country.
DR. S. I). WILSON
POST GRADUATE DENTIST
j Every kind of work done known to the
' ientftl profenpion. Orthodontia mid Bridge
I work a Hpeoialtv, Nitrous oxide ^ h ad-
i uiniPteretl by an expert. an««Btheti**t
I Office Over Junes «('• lieiitieti t/'n
PHONR J.vi «K5II>ENCH «<M
rUKf'l i.l, OK I.AHOM f
Misp Be.see Hill of PnnIs Valley. | W. W. Boyd. !). 1). S.
in liere spending the holi.lays with j Office hours: 8:30 a. m. to 5 p. m.
her aunt, Mrs. Clarenee Northcutt. | ^undnyp bj u| pointu ent PI oi e
connection. Office over F'uri eli
Read the ads in Th _e>•.<<► r, h :uui Tru.-t t'o.. Purcell, oica
Misses Audry and Ouida Puryeiir
of Shawnee, were here during the
Christmas holidays visiting their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1!. H. Pur-
year, out on route one.
fltnte of Ohio, <' ' • •
I rank .!. Chei «-v ui
.w« nior partner i f tli
Co., dointT I) i' in' l
ledo, Counts and :
that said firm will 1
HUNDRED D< LL< .
i v ras. (if nrrl.
by the use of II \ l.f/
f 'Vnrn to b<'f"r -
A. D. 138U.
• o.ith that ho
•; 1 rn * f K J. Cheney
in tile V*lty of To-
: • aforesaid, and
the sum of ONI3
i' >r each ind ev-
■ ti.:-: > ri- ' ht, .-UTVil
. r.\T \ Run oitri
J. ( HENRY,
i subscribed a
i t.i\ <-f December,
iwiimu mmsHBBBB mmsmwmmm
Will present "Mrs.Brio's Poultr>
for the second time, at Ke!lei''s
A. W GLEASON.
Hall's Catarrh Ctir« is tak ti Interi
and acts directly up n the blood and mi
conn surfaces >>f the system. Send f( r
F. J. OHRNT.Y S■ CO . Toledo, O.
Sold by ? 11 Dnurffists, 75c.
Toko Hairs Fuinlly IMIls for eor.efipation.
Friday, January 4,1918
This play nade a decided hit the first
time it was presented here,and promises
te be greater this time.
Willis King and Russell Kemp,
two of Lexington's young men, will
leave about the first of the year for
Oklahoma City where they will en-
ter Hill's Buisness Colloge for a
thorough business training
LOST: Black pocket book
containing small pearl hantl:e
knife. bank book and small
change. Finder please !pave
at Leader office.
FOR SALE: - Best saddle and
driving mare in this country. See
Admission Only 25c nd
Seat.-" v il! he on sa!e at tjie Palace Drusj
the place to iret some-
thing good to eat serv=
ed in a pleasing man-
ner. Farmers eat
your noon day lunch
with u. we can please j j in
' VOLi. ( '
Do 1 on Know the
Two Greatest Automobile
Values in the VVor!c! I
Did you see the Monroe climb the steep Lexington hill on "high"
with a load of seven persons? If you did it will not be necessary
to argue that the Monroe is a real automobile. Yes, it's ONE of
'em, it's making good everywhere The other one Why now, don't
'ehu know? It's
THE KISSEL KAR
"The hundred point Six has fifty-two guaranteed horse power.
Will run one mile an hour on "high" or sixty if desired.
Has twenty two coats of paint (eight more than any other in
World renown Timken bearings.
Four piston rings (insuring against loss of compression and faul-
ing spark plugs.) Without doubt the most beautiful car in Okla.
it Will Pay \ou to Investigate the
Monroe and kissel Kars
Drug Store January ?.
1 ' ManlWft, Prop.jlj
B. M. BRADY
MOTOR CAR CO.
Distributor McClain and Cleveland Counties.
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Little, Ed F. The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, December 28, 1917, newspaper, December 28, 1917; Lexington, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110809/m1/5/: accessed March 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.