The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, July 19, 1918 Page: 8 of 8
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Vote For Don J. Lewis For Court Clerk of This County
tup TIT. VTNGTON LEADER
Nineteen /Wen Go
A lint of sixty-three registrant*
has been issued by the county draft j
board from which fifty-five men
will be selected to go to Camp
Travis on Wednesday July 24.
Eight extra men were called for ex-
amination to allow for the possible ^
non-appearance of some of the boys
Of the list called. Norman sends
twenty-one men, Lexington nine-
teen, Moore nine. Noble six, New-
alla two The remainder of the
number are scattered. One man is
in Winfield, Ala.
The sixty-three men who have
been ordered to bold themselves in
readiness to go to camp are as fol-
Lee Willis Iiettis, Norman.
Jesse E. Rollins, Lexington.
Louis Todd, Norman.
Frank Otto Jack. Moore.
Archilles C. Lisle. Moore.
Edgar Mauldin. Noble.
John Oakley, Noble.
George T. Bell, Noble.
Tom Henry Hooper, Lexington.
Lewis F Adkins, Norman.
Ira Butler, Norman.
H. C. B. Barbour, Morris.
Charles Bryan Oliver. Lexington.
Samuel Daniel Florida, Norman.
Walter R Ball, Norman.
Fred John Kuhlman, Norman.
Horace A. Conley, Lexington
Nash Andrew McCalip, Newall i.
Arlo Ralph Davis, Norman.
Kula Cobble. Moore.
Raymond Miller, Noble.
Charles W. Conklin, Lexington
Arthur H. Jacobs, Norman,
Henry Fred Bruemmer, Norman, j
John D. Daniel, Lexington.
Henry Payne Carter. Lexington.
George Washington Blackwell,
Carl J. Waggoner, Lexington,
Ra>' Thomasson, Lexington. j
Edward Forest Nelson, Lexing-|
William T. Gillack, Lexington
Robert H. Waddell, Lexington
Joseph L. Haun. Lexington.
Steven Cox, Lexington.
Carl F. Dressen. Moore.
Henry A. Haley, Moore.
Richard Erin Rollins, Moore.
George Kris, Moore.
Frank J. Kysella, Moore.
Rufus C. Cox, Noble.
Floyd Larkin Henderson. Noble.
Claud Reeds. Wheatland.
Wallace Campbell, Wheatland.
William F. Krohmer, Newalla.
Grover Clarence Ward, Winfield,
Tom Houston Skinner. Wanette.
These tablets are intended espec-
ially for stomacli troubles, billousnes
and constipation. I you havo any
troubles of this sort give them a trial
and realize for yourself what a first
class medicine will do for you. They
only cost a quarter. Far sale by
Sherman & Sherman.
The Car of Sterling Quality; Handsome, Durable, Light Running,
Easy to Operate, Reasonably Priced.
The Best REAL CAR on the Market for the Money
If you are thinking of buying a Cat and want the BEST, let us
SHOW YOU. BETTER BUY BEFORE THE RAISE.
Full Line of Parts and Accessories
Kemp Motor Co.
Agents for Cleveland, iMcCIain and Garvin Counties
FOR SALE: One 1917 Model Ford touring car. In good condition. Will sell at a real bargain.
Aline, the little eighteen months
old babe of Mr. md -Mrs. Jesse J. |
Hindmtin, died at their home in ,
uianm .. . ^ VVt;(|nPeday nr)d was
John 'A esley Spencer. Lexington. ^ ^ ^ pim,oH cemetery Kri.
Charlie Solomon Petty, Lexing ^ Thf. jinnlpdjBte cause of the
*?"' „ . , i death was said to be a summer
Ray Boatrig it. Lexington. complaint. The funeral service,
Charles Malhiw Lexington. waB held in the Methodist church;
Willie Bruce Moore. at Wayne and was conducted by,
James Cicero BreedloVe, Norman. c_ (i„l,aHKe ©I lexington, j
Horace Henry (.ill, Norman. Mr ana Mrs. Hindman have rel-
Dio H Evans. Norman^ , |Q [riends here whom
J.^dward Benesh, Oklahoma ^ jn extending
Paul' W. Myers, Norman. ^ sympathies.
Clarence Leroy Gilmour, Norman.!
William Henry Brnemmer. N<>r- That popular candidate for court
man. clerk, Glen Morris, was "(loin
Ray 1 Barnhill. Norman. about" in Lexington Saturday
Homer Herbert Dunham, Nor-1
Tom Davis, Norman.
Georg • August Diehni, Norman,
WartliH Stevenson. Norman.
Of The W. O. W .V
In the issue of the Lexington |
Leader of July 12th, an article ap-
peared over the signature of Rev.
W. N. Myers stating that Mr. Myers
had been exhonorated by the Coun-
cil of Defense of Lexington, and
that the charges were false. W. N.
On Saturday, August 3, then-
will be a patriotic rally of the
Woodman Lodge held at Box,
south of- Lexington. All men
over sixteen years of age are invit
ed. It does not matter whether
Tax Assessor Barnard was here
Saturday from Norman, making
medicine with the voters.
Myers was never tried before the | you are a member or not. The
Council of Defense. He simply j Woodman organization is 100 perl
came to town and bought thrift j oent loyal and we want all patri >; j
stamps, signed the Pledge Card and ! jc Woodmen to meet with us that
did as a citizen should do and the | night. If you are a slacker you
will be excused. Judge Manseil of:
! Oklahoma City, and J. A. Fox of I
Norman, will make talks for ti e
Woodmen and all candidates will
be allowed time to make patriotic
addresses. Come and enjoy your
self. BOX CAMP.
charges were dropped.
Doctor Locates Mere
W. L. Strong, one of the Leaders^
valued friends, was trading in the
city the first of the week,
Mrs. J. P. Wallace of Sapulpa,
and her little sons, are here for a
j two weeks visit with her mother-in-
| law, Mrs. Wallace. J. I'., will
I more than likely come here to ac-
j company her home.
J. D. Bland, route carrier on route
three from the Lexington postofllce
is taking a lews days vacation.
During his absence John Washburn,
sub, is working for Uncle Sam.
"WIN THE WAST
Actually in the Array
and Navy ?
Practically every candidate for oflice in Oklahoma has
put emphasis on the "win the war'' plank in their platform.
That is commendable—tlint must be so. because the people of
this state surely will not elect a man who is not heart and
bouI behind the president and national administration in the
successful prosecution of the war,
But, how many candidates for office are now wearing the
khaki? Think it over. There is one at least who is in the
Army now. Hjs name is Jep Knight of Wynnewood, Garvin
Jep Knight answered his country's call the same month
war was declared, and right now is in the army, stationed
"Somewhere in America." Jep is the leading democratic
■candidate for Congress from this the Fifth District. If you
want to send a real honest-to goodness "win the war ' man to
congress, vote for Jep Knight August 6th. He has been a
resident of this district of this district for many years—a suc-
cessful ti erchant and lawyer, and is now a member of the Ok-
lahoma State Senate, *
Dr. Thos. E. Matlock, a physi-
cian and surgeon of Oklahoma City
and formerly of Coffeyville. Kans.,
has located in Lexington and now
has his office in the Breeding build-
ing, occupying the rooms previous-
ly occupied by Dr. Northeutt. Dr.
Matlock comes to Lexington to
| make his future home and will
move his family here from Oklaho-
! ma City just as soon as he
'procure a residence suitable for' reiurn to her hoin * here very short- j i;)13 to 1917.
i them. ly. She was accompanied there i'.v He favor* ratifying the amend-
—— i Mr. Hardwick and Mesdaines Ott \ jnent to the constitution providing
Talking machines, Cash or credit. ; Stevens and E. M. Hooker.
See W. X. Carter
P. W. Booker and family left
Tuesday for Roseoud, Texa->, where
they will visit with relatives for a
couple of weeks.
Vote lor W li Wallace of Pauls: George Philbeck is here from
i Valley for the Democratic nomina- Cam Bowie, on a ten days furlough
tiou for State Senator, 19th Sena- visiting with his sifter, Mr* Chss.
Mrs. II. M. Hardwick was taken torial district, e.imposed of Cleve- Carr. George is one of the I.exing-
to the hospital at Oklahoma City |and, McClain and Garvin counties, ton boys who volunteered his ser-
and operated upon last Saturday fori Formerly member of the second : vice to Uncle Sam and has been in
appendicitis. At ti." last report -lit- • legi.-1 atur«- fronf Garvin county, city the service for sixteen month
was resting nicely and it was attorney of Pauls Valley, 1011 and
can j thought that she would be able n> j ]9i«. county jmtjje Garvin county
and has only recently received his
diploma as a horaeshoer.
RKI OKT OF THK CONDITION OK THE
SECURITY STATE BANK
Of Lexington in the state of Ok-
lahoma at the close of business
June 29. 1918.
Loans and Discounts $145,115.98
Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured 1.803.52 j
Stocks bonds warrants etc. 9.257.25 ,
Security with State
Banking Board 1,268.17
Liberty Bonds 5,242.501
Furniture and fixtures 2,720.50 ;
Other real estate owned 423.85
Due from banks 13.517.54
Bills of Exchange l§.062 40j
Cash in bank 2,980 10 j
Capital stock paid in $10,000.00
Surplus fund 4,135.00
Undivided prolits less ex-
expenses and taxes paid 3,385.31
Due to banks 96.93
Individual deposits sub-
ject to check 123,028.00
Time certificates of de-
posit 33,018 61!
Cashier's checks out-
standing 1,442 08
Notes and Bills
State of Oklahoma, County °f
I, Mrs.E.M.Abernathy. president
of above named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is
true to the best of my knowledge
and belief, so help me God.
Mrs. E. M. Abemathy. Pres.
Subscribed and sworn to before
me this 9th day of July, 1918.
R. A. Franks, Notary Public
Mrs. E. M. Abemathy
E B. Abemathy
W. A. DURANT
I for national imbibition. womaiis
I suffrage, a blue-sky law that will
prevent eoipi rations rot oing the
stockb 1 d"'S vnil forbidding the
use of ail ii;■ : • vs obtained by seal-
ing ptork for promoting the cori or-
ation. an ami lid merit to the pte--
ent road 'aw:s. fixing it so that ah
Jesse Bureett arrived here Sunday
afternoon New Mexico fur a short
vitit with his brother..I II. Burnett.
He will move from there here.
report op the condition op thk
Farmers State Guaranty Bank,
At Lexington in the state of Ok-
lahoma, at the close of business
roads wi l he vorked systematically June 29, 1918,
also providing that all moneys re-
ceived from Automobile licenses
shall revert to the county from
which said license weie paid. lie
ti ho favors all measures which may
j come up in the legislature which
Loans and Discounts $' 19,539.33
Overdrafts, secured and
Stocks, bonds, war-
might in any way assist m winning Securities with Banking
for Governor, who has
done more for education
and legislation for bene-
fit of the farmers and
business men of Okla-
homa than any other
candidate for Governor.
Fishing Parly On
the Washita River
Furniture and Fixtures
Other real estate owned
Due from banks
Checks anil other
Bills of Exchange
Cash in bank
:: 689 58
Capital stock paid in . $15,000.00
Surplus fund 5,000,00
Undivided Profits, less the E<-
1 in,958 :)9
What to Use to
Lexington people should know
simple buckthorn bark, glycerine,
etc., as mixed in Adler-i-ka, flushes
the entire bowel tract so completely day
that appendicitis is prevented. ONE j Mr
Quite a large party of Lexington
people spent last Wednesday night
out on the Washita river on a lish-
ing trip. They report quile a good
time and lots of lish. It is said by
one of the party that there were 21
persons for supper Wednesday night
and they had exactly 21 pounds of
fish for that meal and that there
was not even a bone left, and at the
breakfast hour Thursday morning
there were 25 persons and 28
pounds of fish. The party was
composed of L W . Northeutt and
family. R A. Franks and family,
Robt. Isom and family, Win. Par-
tiell and family, R. M. Evans and
family, of this city and Perry Isom I Cleveland, ss:
and family of Purcell. I, Robt. M. Evans cashier of
i the above named bank, do
solemnly swear that the above
E. F. Shinn was in town Satur- statement is true to the best of my
attending business matters, knowledge and belief so help me
Shinn is republican candidate | Qodi Robt. M. Evans, cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before
me this 6th day of July 19.1s.
Tties-I R. A. Franks, Notary Public.
penses and Taxes Paid .
Due to Banks
Individual deposits sub-
ject to chock
Time certificates of de-
i Cashier's checks out-
State of Oklahoma
00.77 I 05
. 086 86
SPOONFUL Adler-i-ka relieves ANY for treasurer of this county.
CASE sour stomach, gas or consti-
pation because it removes ALL foul J. H, Burnett was in town
matter which clogged and poisoned day from the farm with a load of
your system. The INSTANT action, gjmJg for which he for which he
surprises both doctors and patients. founl] a ready market at $2.00 per
1 Sherman ft Sherman 'bushel.
W. S. Whorton,
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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/m1/8/: accessed April 18, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.