The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, July 19, 1918 Page: 5 of 8
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THE LEXINGTON LEADER
Dr. S. D. WILSON ty\ W. Boyd, D. D. S.
POST GRADUATE PENTI8T 1
Every kind of work done known to
the dental profession. Nitrous Oxide
Gas administered by an expert Ana-
esthetis. All safe known methods
used for painless extraction of teeth j
Office over Kennedy's Drug Store.
Office Phone 233. Residence 103
Elizabeth Keller, Jessfe Ogleby
and Louise McComb, Delta (tannua
girls of Norman, spent the week
end at the E. J. Keller home in
Oflice hours: 8:30 a. id. to 5 p. m 1
Sundays by appointment. Phone
connection. Office over Purcell j
B:ink and Tru*t Co.. Purcell, Okla.
Newt Brown, one of the candi-
dates "for sheriff, was here Saturday
mixing wiih the voters.
The new Hercules—the buggy
A. H. YATES
PHYSICIAN ancl SURGEON
Office over Union National Bank
* W. H. Woods Solon Turk
* Woods & Turk
* Office Over Chickasaw Na-
* tional Bank Purcell, Okla.
* I that gives service.
John Fisher, candidate for court
clerk was among that big bunch of I
candidates Saturday in Lexington. |
Laundry Soap, per bar
Country Sorjjhum, per
30c Catsup for
5c Search Li^tht Matches, per box 5t
iallon 75c 30c Package of Oats 25c
25c Large package Post Toasties 20c
MASON FRUT JARS PER DOZEN 75c
J. E. Peters, who is
| candidate for justice of
Mrs. N. R. Graham of Norman,
was here the first of the week visit-
ing with relatives and friends.
J. B. Boeck of Trousdale com-
munity. an ardent reader and a real
boosoer of the Leader, was in town
Tuesday buying supplies and mar-
keting farm products. He was ac-
companied by Dr. J. W. Sanders
who formerly lived here but
now resides at Talihina.
the peace |
T /VI ATI OCK I Lexington township, without on-' |
position, states that his platform
will be "Justice, Tempered With I
Physician and Surgeon
Successor to Dr. C. E. Northcutt
Men's $5.00 and $0.00 Low Quarter Shoes from
Men's Overalls at per pair -
Better get your Duck now. It is going higher.
$3.00 to $4
W. 0. Breeding and fainilv are
here this week from Pauls Valley.
Mr, Breeding informs us that he is
moving from the Valley to Purcell.
patterns, at 25c per yard
derrv's at Purcell.
Willie Hooper of route thii e,
who! was in town Monday afternoon and
| paid the Leader oflice ,1 very pleas-
The prettiest black silk hose for
the money we have found at $1.00.
A beautiful one in white, seam up
back at'$1.25 at McElderry's at
One man's profit off on talking
ma-chines. Cash or credit. See
D. Anderson was here Saturday
meeting the of this commissioners
district. By referring to our an-
nouncement colnmn you will find
Mr. Anderson is a real live candi-
date for commissioner.
G. C. Burke, candidate for coun-
ty*judge, accompanied by his
ily, were here Saturday and
day visiting at the home of
111 a t-
Atty Wm. Moutaw was 11
man Monday attending legal
Brick For Sale
We have a few thousand ne'
brick for sale.
If you need brick see
Misses Jesse Garten and Ruby
Thomas and Mr. Dowe Luton o
Lindsay, and Mr. Cox of Purcell,
visited Huldah and Lee Morris
I What is home without musicY
j One man's profit off on all talking
Why let your wife burn j machines. Cash or credit. See
her beauty away over a W. X. Carter.
hot wood or coal Stove? Vaughn Glenn was transacting
Come in and let US sell business matters in Lexington Tues-
you a New Perfection oil day-
stove and see how much £ Horeshoer
easier it is ror her to cook K
Mrs. Mary Green and daughter
were shopping in Lexington Satur-
day. They were business callers at
the Leader office.
Messrs and Mesdames Harry
Bridwell and Floyd Harryman were
visitors at the McCready home in
j Noble Sunday.
Misses Ruth Friend and Mattie
; Harryman of Norman visited home
| folks one eve the past week.
Arthur Sherman and family were
the supper guests at the C. H. Sher-.
man home Friday night.
Messrs D. Russian and John
Remember that Don J. Lewis- is
still in the race for court clerk and
will be there to the finish Vote
for me and I will appreciate it. I
will give you service. 19-1 to
I have secured the services of an
expert horse shoer iu my shop, j
He is a man of ten years army ex-1
perience and knows just how to do \ Suchy returned from a short stay at
the work. I invite the public to I the Washita river. As theriver was
give us a trial anytime wecansei\e j Up j^ey didn't get any fish but en-
you in this line. QTPnKr, jayed seeing an airplane flight over
a. is. SI KUINu, |
Blacksmith. J Maysville.
Milt Sherman and wife and Chas.
Khaki pants, a good grade,
$1,75, Cotton pants at $1.50
McElderry's at Purcell.
LOST—June 14 or 15. on street
west of swimming pool, one pair
of spectacles. Please return to
meor leave at Leader office.
J. F. SHOCK LEY.
I am selling all summer mllinery
now at a very reduced price. Come
and get the choice.—Mrs. Elkin. 2t
Mrs. Mosely was a pleasant caller
at the Leader oflice Tuesday morn-
ing, renewing her subscription for
R. M. Evans, wife and daughter
and Mrs. C. E. Northcutt left Wed-
nesday morning for Medicine Park
where they will spend a few daye
FOR SALE— Two good four year
j old Jersey milk cows and some
| good Jersey heifers. J. B. Burk,
! three miles north and four and a
j half east of Lexington. 19-2t-p.
a large party of
J. Keller was hostess to
District Judge F. B. Swank of
Norman, was here last Saturday
meeting his many friends.
Dr. H. H. Wynne, eye, ear and
nose specialist of Oklahoma City,
was in the city professionally last
J. M. Boatright of Stratford, was
here the first of the week attending
business matters-and visiting rela-
WOOD—I have some good pole
wood for sale. See R. 1). Steele,
nine and one-half miles east of Lex-
Get the Hercules. More buggy
for less money.
J. A. Fox of Norman, one of the
big Woodman officers of the State
of Oklahoma, was here Monday at-
tending business connected with
See J. F. Shocklev
A real good man for the office of
county commissioner from this dis-
trict would be Tom Giles. He's
safe, conservative, a morally clean
man and honest as the day is long.
Vote for him. 19-ltc.
beats burying them. Steve Hoover
lit. Pleasant, Iowa, writes, "Com-
menced feeding my herd of about
100 hogs B A Thomas' Hog Powder
over two months ago. Fifty were
I sick and off feed. Nearby herds had
| cholera. I did not lose one—they
are well and growing fast."—Higbee
Moses and wife motored to Calumet
Sunday and visited Mrs. Steinrod.
a cousin whom they had not seen
for a good many years.
Clarence Harryman and wife of
Noble came in for a short visit
with Mrs. H. Hughes Monday.
Adele Odom spent the week end
with her sister Mrs. John Suchy.
Tom Lewis and wife were the
Sunday guests of Carl Jarboe and
T. L, Wilhite acd wife announce
the arrival of a line boy at their
home one day the past week. The
young man's name is T. L. Jr
Mms. H. Hughes and Clarence
Harryman of Noble were guests of
Mr«. Floyd Harryman Tuesday.
Earl Russian, Alonzo Wilson and
Jake Anthony departed for the
broom corn fields Tuesday.
Is a Good Idea
Are you prepared to get the MOST COM FORI OU 1 Ob 'i 01 U
LIFE. You can sleepn>etter by buying A GOOD IRON BED
SPRING and MATTRESS, a Sanitary Bed Couch on the porch,
a Bed-o-Port and a good Rocker for the front Room or A Good
Oil Stove for the kitchen.
Are you geetting the most out of your cows? If not buy a
Laval Seperator. If you are allowing your calf to gel the w
milk you are feeding it butter fat worth $600.00 to $1000.00
Ton. Yours for Preparedness.
Edgar J. Keller
FOR SALE—One Poland China
sow with eleven pigs. W. L. Strong
two and a half miles east and one
south of Lexington. 19-2tp
Tom Giles, candidate for countv
commissioner from district two,
was iu Lexington the first of the
week attending business matters.
Mr. Giles informs us that he has
just finished threshing at his farm
and will put in the rest of the week
putting up hay, and after that is
done he is going to take to the
"race track" and see how fast he
can run between now and the pri-
Mrs. Milam and son Wilbern
and daughtor, Mrs. Delia Cosaty
of Norman, returned the first of
the week from Fott Worth, Texas,
where they went to visit Milton
Milam at Camp Bowie. They re-
port that they found him well and
enjoyfng camp life, but had they
been one day later they would not
have seen him as the boys were
loading their car that day to de-
part for "Somewhere.''
Ira King candidate for sheriff.
was here Saturday passing out his
New Perfection Oil
LAME SHOULDER ' .11. 1 r
This ailment is usually caused by StOVCS are the best andsal-
rheumatism of the muscles. All est Oil StOVC OH the mark-
that is needed is absolute rest and a^j. CoiDC to OUT
few applications of Chamberlain's " ■ , ,.
!store and let us tell you
why. Marcurn & Isom.
Liniment. Try t
Sold by Sherman
It pays to buy GOOD farm
equtpmesst — ycia can
on the Wifiiams Line,
Pow&e* Hay Baiers
Hear Yel Hear Ye
All Automobile Owners and Drivers
The 8. B. Oarage has now changed hands Any and
all car troubles are now carefully and speedily cared
for if brought to our shop.
All Work Strictly Guaranteed
A line of Ford parts carried in stock. OPEN DAY and
B. B. GARAGE
Th'* v;.; 1-kiiown
Tut. e '''S,
er Hay Ba ■ - a
drcds of eli. iaiied ov. 1.
: c..' 1 I.;, linn- I .
u ' 1 ; -CO it you ask. peopl
Mil. BURN'S LETTER
Here s a letter that is certain to
I prove of interest to people in this
vicinity as cases of this sort occur in
I almot every neighborhood, and
people should know what to do in
Savannah, Mo., Oct. 12,
"I used a bottle of Chamberlains
j Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy about ^
| nine years ago and it cured me of|f8rn
flux, dysentery. I had another at-
! tack of the same complaint some, ...
, , , I rleasp return earn
tbre or lour years a«o and a few dos-
es of this remedy cured me. I have
; recommended Chamberlain's Colic
and Dirrhoea remedy to dozens of
since 1 frst used it."
The stove that you will
eventually buy is the New
Perfection oil stove.
Come in and let us show
youwhv. Marcum & Isom
LOST—One pound of Ked Cross
colored grey or brwn. Lost
between Lexington and my resi-
dence about four weeks ago
One-Horse Hay Press
TlisWilHams Steel Princes a, light. shipK sturdr.
all steel, with ample powt r and strength. Make
a compact, marketable bnlfc. Suitable for small
fanners. Write for new folder, mailed on request.
Williams throttling governed Engines >'««*;
ciallv designed and built to deliver full power on
aerie. All sizes and
types — thousands
are giving satisfac-
tory service. Full
Free on request.
•mall Thrashers far Grain. Paanwta*
Ulce. Pass, Baans, ate.
are a safe and
ment — unusually
/ / vefficient and depend-
able- Standard the
■V country over. Inter
esting circulars on request.
County Treasurer Corbett was
lien1 from Norman Saturday meet-
ing his many friends.
1!. I). Steele was in town Satur-
day trading with our merchants.
He paid the Leader office a busi-
to Mrs. E.
Keller at Lextngton.
Save Peach Seed
We will bu y sound peach pits foi
cash in September and October, or
will trade nursery -tock for them at
any time. Big and mixed seed 50c
per bushel. Little seedlings 7oc to
$1.00 per bushel.
S YV. E. I RE V'CH, Proprietor
Williams Mili Mfg. Co,
417 E. Stoid St., Tex«rhnna, f. S.
Pcannl aid Grain Threshes, Peanut Dissera, Hay Pressa,
Grist and I teH Mitt-, Can: Mills, Shic^ic Hills, , .iwi ..ils,
Cera Sellers, «*, Culiirt, Kerostne Enjines,
Pea ik'iers, M CnKeii. Corn Sbreiltlm, VtW Saw.
Pumps, W&cdwKkaij Mac!nr.:rj acJ Mi!! Sopjiic;.
SALES ROOM, 107 EAST MAIN ST. NORMAN, OKLA.
Presto-O-Litfht Storage Batteries
Battery Service Station
We have installed the most modern equipment loi recharging
batteries. We handle batteries for all make" of ears Prices
quoted on request.
Maxwell Automobiles and trucks are strictly standard are.
MAXWELL SERVICE STATION
MAXWELL PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
HOLTZSCI IUE MOTOR CAR CO.
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Little, Ed F. The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, July 19, 1918, newspaper, July 19, 1918; Lexington, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110838/m1/5/: accessed April 22, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.