The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, August 16, 1918 Page: 5 of 8
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THE LEXINGTON LEADER
Dr. S. D. WILSON
POST GRADUATE DENTIST
Every kind of work dons known to
the dental profession. Nitrous Oxide
Qas administered by an expert Ana-
nsthetis. All safe known methods
used for painless extraction of teeth
Office over Kennedy's Drug Store.
Office Phone 233. Residence 103
W. W. Boyd, D. D. S.
Office hours: 8:30 a. m. to 5 p. m
Sundays by appointment. Phone
connection. Office over Purcell
Bank and Trust Co.. Purcell, Okia.
Little Buena Center who has been
suffering from typhoid fever, is re-
ported as being very , much better
Mrs. H. B. Golden of Hutchinson
Kansas, and Mrs. Hugh Peters of
Manhatten, Kansas, are here for a
two weeks visit at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Peters.
A. H. YATES
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office over Union National Bank
* W. H. Woods Solon Turk *
* Woods & Turk *
* Lawyers *
* Office Over Chickasaw Na- *
* tlonal Bank Purcell, Okla. *
Chiropractor Will Re-
Store Your Health
When you feel rundown ond miser-
able and "treatment methods' all fail
to bring you healh and happiness try
It is the most efficient method beoause
it goes directly to the cause of the
majority of so-called diseases
Office on South Canadian Ave. .opposite
the Baird Motor Co Phone 127
DR. T. E. FOSTER
H. Tarp and family were guest
of Luther Waddle and family last
Killed in Action
Have several cars of fancy lump
coal in transit now and will have
a car on (rack in a few days." We
can supply you with any amount.
Give us your order.
L. ILLE, Coal Dealer.
R. 0. Smith was a pleasant caller
j at the Leader office Wednesday
leaving an order for a years suhscrip
j tion for G. L. Toumbs on rout four.
J. F, Shockley, one of our real
estate and insurance men, was
transacting business matters in
Tulsa, Muskogee and other points
in the eastern part of the state the
first of the week.
Don't be a slacker. Buy your
winter supply of coal now. Uncle
Sam n0eds all the coal cars later
on. Therefore be patriotic and buy
L. ILLE, Coal Dealer.
Some good red cows and heifers,
well bred. Also one good young
Jersey cow with young calf by side.
Will let these cows out to milk.
See Chas. Greemore. at the Farmers
State Guaranty Bank. 49-tf
H. Tarp was in town Saturday
and reports that one of his tine $100
milk cows died the first of th3 past
Dr. Frank Barrett, pastor of St.
Lukes Church at Okahoma Citv
and Dr. M. L. Butler, presiding
elder of Oklahoma City district
were in the city Wednesday in the
intrest of the Methodist orphanage
located at Oklahoma City.
Chas. Liss-iuer was transacting
business matters in Norman Tues-
Talking machines, Cash or credit.
•See W. X. Carter.
One man's profit off on talking
ma-chines. Cash or credit. See
MACHINES REPLACE MEN
T. I). Hackler was a plesant bus-
iness caller at the Leader office
Thursday morning, renewing h
subscription for another year.
Wide mouth, self sealing fruit
jars at Keller's.
GeorgeDickerson of Washington,
McClain county was here Tueday
transacting business matters and
visiting relatives and friends.
Owners and drivers of automo-
biles and motorcycles are hereby
warned to drive their cars and motor
cycle within the limit while driving
within the city limits. The speed
limit in this city is 'twelve mile®
per hour. Any and all persons violat
ing the city ordiance regulating the
speed of motor vehicles will be ar-
rested and prosecuted.
W. T. SCOTT.
Mrs. Isom of Norman, Mrs. K.
Blake of this city and Raymond
Marcum are spending a few days
at Sulphur on a summer vacation.
Read the Leader Ads
FOR SALE—One horizontal gas
oline engine. Will sell cheap
See E, W. Abernntby at the Secu
rity State Bank or out on the farm
Wide mouth,self-sealing fruit jars
jelly glasses, stone fruit jars. Better
get yours now while they are
p'entiful. Edgar J. Keller.
0. I. Monnett and family of
Eufaula. Okla have been here the
past visiting at the home of Mr.
Monnett's mother, Mrs. Elkin. The
Monnetts. in company with Mrs.
Elkin, made an overland trip to Ft.
Sill, returning Wednesday.
Thanks to Voters
1 wish to thank the voters of this
commissioner's district for the lib-
eral support that they gave me in
the primary of Augusts. Although
1 was defeated by only three votes I
am satisfied to let the majority rule
and will support tjie nominee, Mr.
Anderson, in the general election in
Very truly yours.
OKLAHOMA'S diminishing manpower
means decreased food production—un-
less its place is taken by modern, efficient
machinery. That is why the creates- sx-
hibit of labor-saving farm implements in.
the history of Oklahoma may be seen this
fall at the OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR
AND EXPOSITION More entries have
been made already this season than up
to the time the Fair opened in 1917. The
solution to your labor problems may be
found on Implement Field or in Ma-
chinery Hall at the
OKLA. STATE FAIR &
September 21 to 28, 1918
Go and look at other
dealers wagons and get
their prices and then
come and look at ours
and we will sell you. We
have the best bois d' arc
wagon in the state and
our price is below the
present market. We have
just received a car load of
them and you had better
get one of them within
the next twenty days as
presnt prices will advance.
Marcum & Isom
Hunt's Salve, formerly called
Hunt's, Cure is especially com-
Kunded for the treatment of
:h, Eczema, Ring worm, and
Tetter, and Is sold by the drup
grist on the strict (guarantee that
the purchase price, 75c, will be
promptly refunded to any dissat-
isfied customer. Try Hunt's Salve
at our risk, for sale locally by
Sherman <fc Sherman.
IF IT IS AUTO TROUBLE
Yi n h&ve, we can relieve. It you want any part for a Ford we can care for that
want We have Connecting Rods, all Bearings, Piston Rings, and Gasket
Litiht Bulbs, Head light Glass and Rims, Electric Tail Lights, Wires,
Blow-out Boots. Hook-on Boots, the hest Cold Patch and
Cement, Seat Covers for any all makes of cars.
It vou need any casings, we can furnish you with a 6000 mile guarantee. Also
' good Tubes Call and ask about good Auto Lubricating Oil in Five
Gallon Lots. SPEC 1AL prices. Good cup grease at a bar-
gain. Let us repair those old tu >es.
• All Work Strictly Guaranteed
W E. FRENCH, Proprietor
Mrs. Josie Hartman, residing on
rout two,Noble, lias received official
communication from Adjt. Gen.
H. P. McCain, tliat her son, Frank
P. II art man has been reported as
killed in action on July 30. Heart-
man was in the infantry branch of
army. He was a brother-in-law of
Wm. Amrien of Noble.
Ill le is the first one of Clevland
county's sons to be killed in action \
He had taken government insur-
ance for the maxium amount, $10.
000.00 in favor of his mother, and ;
Judge .las. Greaham of Norman, j
who has been appointed legal aid!
for soldier's dependents in this ]
county, has made application for |
the payment of the insurance toj
We have plenty of wide-inoutlied
self-sealing fruit jars. Come in and
get yours before they are all gone.
Edgar J. Keller.
Eat What You Can
Can What You Can't
Kerr Self Sealing Jars
Kerr Wide Month Jars
Stone Fruit Jars
Some New Bungalow Rugs
Cotton Pickers Sacks
Iron Wheel and Wood Wheel Wagons
Some good second hand Wagons, Mowers, Rakes and
Edgar J. Keller
beats burying them. Steve Hoover,
Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, writes, "Com-;
menced feeding my herd of about1
100 hogs B A Thomas' Hog Powder
over two months ago. Fifty were
sick and off feed. Nearby herds had
cholera. I did not lose one—they j
are well and growing fast."—Higbee
MR. BURN'S LETTER
Here s a letter that Is certain to
prove of interest to people in this
vicinity as cases of this sort occur in
almot every neighborhood, and
people should know what to do in
Savannah, Mo., Oct. 12,
"i used a bottle of Chamberlains
Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy about
nine years ago and it cured me of
flux, dysentery. I had another at-
tack of the same complaint some
thre or four years ago and a few dos-
es of this remedy cured me. I have
recommended Chamberlain's Colic
and Dirrhoea remedy to dozens ot
people since I frst used It."
NEW FALL NECKWEAR
Beautiful Patterns 75c to $1.75
New silk socks, all the late shades in
Champagne, Cordavan, Navy,
Khaki, Qrey, Pearl, White, Yel-
low, Black and Imperial Gold, at
50c, 75c, $1.00 and SI.25 per Pr.
New Fall Hats and Shirts
The Store For Men and Boys
W. W. Janes
We have one price. We guarantee to please.
A. B. Chandler and M. S Lallar
of Wayne, were here Wedesday
afternoon visiting friends, They
stayed over until night and attend-
ed the revival meeting which is be-
ing conducted here by the Christian
Sunday school every Sunday morn-
ing at 9:45. J B. Collins, superin-
tendent. Preaching every Sunday
at 11:00 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Everybody is invited to attend
these services, and if you are a stran-
ger we extend to you a special in-
vitation.—H. C. Gulledge, Pastor.
AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m
Choir practice 7 p. m.
Preaching 7:45 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30
Lee L. Reeves, Pastor.
Wagons will take a leap
in price within the next
twenty Hays. You had
better get yours now.
We have just received a
car load of the best bois
d' arc wa?ons in the state
and we V.avc them priced
absolutely belou what wc
can buy them for today.
It you aic going to need a
new wagon this tall vou
had better get it now and
save money on it.
Marcum & Isom.
POSITIVELY the best remedy for
that dread disease Eczema. Also
Itch, Barber's Itch, Ringworm, Toe
Itch, Sweaty, Galded or Bad
Smelling Feet. Price $1.00.
1 MANKIN'S DANDRUFF
REMEDY and hair tonic abso-
lutely REMOVES the Dandruff,
prevents the hair falling out, also
stops all itching on first applica-
tion. Price $1.00.
! MANKIN'S HEALING SALVE
has no equal lor old sores, car-
buncles, Incarnation of any kind.
Etc. Price 50 cents.
OR MONEY REFUNDED
The above articles for sale by all fir3
THE MANKIN REMEDY CO,
Oklahoma City, U. S. A
(First Publication, Lexington Lead-
er, August, 2nd, 1918.)
State of Oklahoma, County of
In the District Court of said County.
Divorce No. 5003,
To Edward Green, above named
defendant, you are hereby notified,
that you have been sued in the
District Court, of Cleveland County.
State of Oklahoma, silting at Nor-
man, Okla., by the phictiff. Mary'
Green, who demands a divorce froffi
you on grounds of abandonment
land non-support, asking for care
and custody of minor children.
William Green, Loise Green and
Wherefore, if you Edward Green,
defendant aforesaid, fail to answer
plaintiffs petition herein tiled on or
before the 14th, day of September,
m 1H. the allegations of said peti-
i lion will be taken as true and con-
| Fessed. and judgement rendered
| therein granting plaintiff a divorce
I is prayed fur. and for the care and
i-uslodv of minor children, William
< recn. I.oise (ireen and Thomas
|' 'teen, tor cos's and all other proper
I i-qititaliie relief
\\ ttnevs iav hand and official njntl
j' 1 Di-fu i Court affixed this 29th
■lay "f 'ulv. If)is.
J. M. STOGNER.
i (i.s) Clerk of District Court
ANDY HUTCH IN'.
Atty for Plaintiff.
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Little, Ed F. The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, August 16, 1918, newspaper, August 16, 1918; Lexington, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110842/m1/5/: accessed March 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.