The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, November 4, 1921 Page: 1 of 8
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THE LEXINGTON LEADER
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LEXINGTON, CLEVELAND (Ol NTY. OKLAHOMA, KRII> \V, \0\EMlJEIi l. PI2I
We call your attention to our remark-
On Men and Young
A full line of
Don't Pass Them up
Have You Inspected our
Best,style and Quality
We give tickets.
Bl'lLI) i III IM'H
Ol'R NEW BAKERY
M'MBER TWENTY SIX
... Lexington is to ho congratulated on E
Work will begin at oner on the having a bakery. This is one of the i E
erection of a new church bliilding to very important needs of every town E
cost $ii,000 on tlic present site ol' the the«.si?.e of Lexington. To have fresh E
old Baptist church. The building is to J bread pit s and cakes, will mean much E
lie of lenient blocks, 54x68 feet
There wili be a basement, in which
I the Sunday school classes will have
rooms. The upper floor will have an
auditorium, rest room and pastors
study. This will he a great addition to
the town, as a town is known by het
schools and churches. It will also en-
hance the value of property here. The
j members of the church are to be con-
I firatulated in this move.
iVlrs. Lulu Stewart entertained a
few young people at her home Satur-
day evening. Those present were Mis.
sos Lora Williams, Mable, Geneva
Carpenter, Ethel Stewart Messrs
Aubrey iUosc<t- I'reston Garret, Loi-
enze Hill, Earnest MeNutt. The
house was appropriately decorated in j kIETII
black and yellow, with scores of i
black eata-.batls, and witches. After
a few moments spent in conversation
the guests all assisted in making
canity. At a late hour the boys re-
parted leaving the girls to enjoy a
slumber party. All report a delight-
to the housewife. The bakery occu- j —
pies the Menke building which has E
been completely overhauled. A new 1E
cement floor which was laid recently E
.will udd greatly to the sanitarv con- —
ditions. ! s
MRS. mmi \y HA< M r:it
Friday afternoon Mrs. Thoma* E
Hackler entertained with n miscel- E
laneous shower in honor of Mrs E
Gladys Adams Connor of Purcell §
The home was beautifully decorated E
and a lzrrge number of guests were E
delightfully entertained. Many pretty E
and useful presents were showered i E
on the hriilc. Delicious refreshments =
were served. E
H VLLOW'EEN PARTY
SUNDAY OBSERVED =
BY BAPTIST ( HI Ri ll E
I.ast Sunday the fifth Sunday in —
the month the day was especially ob- E
served by the members of the 'Bap E
tist church. A number of visiting E
clergymen and laymen were here E
VERY DRY =
ARTHUR SHERMAN, Prop.
h Vkt lfltLE PINK C' WIliTlz DOXCS
'' Bonita Whorton and Blanch Purneili vvhuer T or ir thr ®cttion ! §
11 entertained with a Haiiow'een party j sufforinu- To- lav-V ^ fl '* • l*' <vV i =
i t A i * • - hunermg io? last of moisture Thi- z:
- Prulay evening at the home oi Mr. ; if • =
tfi , . i i/i 11 ii it in. i- it iusi 11. as itink <iin it vor crcts too I *""
rand .VJrs. \v ill Purnell. 1 fee follow- u,hii, n „ ,. , , , • S
" wn11iiio ponds and lank* are imu ■ —
ing guests came dressed as spooks. | ticallv dr
i Jeanette Hardwiek, Eloise Evans j
i Bonnie Giles, Edna Ownby, Kosalyn
I Lisseatir. .lewel Grey, Nova Baggett
J Pauline Sudderlh Ima Reed, Alyce
Giles. Buena Center, Jessie McKay, i
BIRTHDAY PARTY ; =
Mrs. I;. M. Evans celebrated the,;
ALL that we could tell
you—all that constant
users of Armand could tell
you of this wonderful
powder would not be as
convincing as just one
trial of Armand itself.
We carry Armand in
Bouquet of Paradise and
Cold Cream Powder. The
Bouquet is a fairly dense
powder which comes in the
square box, at $50c, and
Armand Cold Cream Pow-
der is very dense and
clinging, and comes in a
miniaturs hat box, at $1.
t'alacc I'rug Store
! Earl and Neal Sherman. Paul Butler,
freshments. Mrs. Evans was assisted
W.m£ NClh\,rtt and w"Z,n Pa;-'! b& Mis* =
nell. Mesdames Nannie Lee and Geo ; p *. . Maigeret Lassauei j —
Below assisted the hostess with the! 2?**!? th e™K onlt" E
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When?—Sunday Morning-, 9:45.
If you are not attending- Sunday school
you are especially invited.
R. A. FRANKS, Supt.
Wliorton, Jeannette Hardwiek, Blanch j 5
I'urnell- Esther and Rosalyn Lisseaur 1 E
." i Ovale Williams Bessie Gnberiel ! =
SCIENCE HILL WILL , Kuna Center, Lucille Bounds, Edna =
<iJVh ll h M I I hh Owenby, Nova Baggett, Doris Burke | E
, J Monty Bottoms, John Keller, Kaskeil i E
lnesday night November 9th,.a] Smith, Weldon Claunch, Earl Sud-jl
= |pie supper will be given at the! derth Merritt Denison Robert and E
r SeiS'&ce Hill school house for the: George Burke, Paul Butler OreniE
=' benefit of tin- i livistmas (ret fund.| Reiephord, William Krazior, and John E
E ! Everyone is requested to attend thai! Kemp Jr. —
E i can, and bring a pie. A good time is, E
= | anticipated. j ,y( i-. ot.. Bcjivers store is' E
x ' j critically ill. He i.c rooming at Mr. j Sj
E'LONE STAR WILL 'Clary's who irves about two blocks j E
E j GIVE PIE SUPPER ; north of the east gin. It would be well E
E I perhaps for his friends to call on him ' E
x Saturday night November 5th • and render assist-mce if necessary. E
s | Lone Star will give a pie supper at j r
E the school house, which will b< given j The tabulation of the card report ; S
— ; for the benefit of the school. Every'. J shows telegraph summary to b.
body come and bring a pie.
NEW SLAUGHTER HOUSE
S Our enterprising
_ I Alvin Harnett, has
' I butcher business. That
h-v ii , I'f ?"•, . he wi" | and girls belonging
nave .it! tne meat sold at his market -
Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ha:
vfld Sherman entertained a large
number of friends at their beautiful
country home. The occasion being the I butchered under his ^pel-vision. The I
tenth anniversary of their wedding, j slaughter house is one mile south of!
TK- home was beautifully decorated1 Mr. Barnetl is to be coii-
- i , . . ., , l gratulated on this new venture, for it, i
with the colors and emblems of the, ,nenns lu.tt(J|. aJlt| ,.hpap,r mea't
season. Haiiow'een pranks were play j i
ed by the grownups, with the spirit of j
youth and the fortune telle
much amusement. Delicious refresh.
ments were served.
rcct. There wefe 4,921 liales of cot E
ton, counting -rounu as half bale, iin E
ni d in Cleveland county from the E
crop of 1921 prior to October, 18 E
1921, as compared with 6 ii31 bales: E
ginned to October 18,1920. Depart E
ment of Commerce, Washington Bu- E
J. H. Gilb cotton agent of Clijve.IE
M t Stevens iij.v 1nit'. nci uilun.v ' r r< . .
*|r school class at her residence. Other! ensus
lL' - guests of the evening were the boy*
to Mrs. Alvin
I will give a public farm sale
Worn comes of the death ol Mr „„ \0Vembcr 11th.
••I', i'. KackJey, who paused away in
i Santa Anna, Texas, IVovember first, i \rr j p wli., hn< u-..i.,,v i =
•rpat Hi r* a!.1(^ ^rs* ^ai|ton, for-! Mr. Raekley is tlie father of Mr. H • jn " ' ' "',l
merly of Norman have moved among j H. Rackley of Purcell, and lived in Wllll nonie Totus. t* H 111111111| ||
t,, , , ; Mr. Tom Allen of Oklahoma Citv J
> , , !"?y' Interment was! vjsiteri with his brother "
made at Hillside cemetery. ' ten and family last
My motto—"Live and Let Live."
M.v Rubber plates are $10.00 cheaper
than in the adjoining county. TruV>yte
teeth and highest grade of rubber and
workmanship- My Aluminum plates can
not be excelled in any particular.
Pyorrhea treated scientifically at very
Crown, Inlay, Filling- and Bridge Work
Cheaper Than Elsewhere
arnett's class. ' Genial good j l?nd oountir was •' l-exmgton visitor =
me was enjoyed by the young folks.J uts a'v is
eliclous refreshments were served.' , .r .*. , ' |E
_ I Mrs. I. T. Vandaveer of Route Two -
... , , . „ will give a public farm sale at her E
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J, C. Collier, Dentist
Over Security Bank.— We give tickets
us- iuid we wish tor them much hap- j Purcell in the early days of that tei
piness and success in their business. | ritovy. Funeral services were held ii
A PERSONAL MESSAGE TO YOU
Our Duty is
2000 pounds of Pecans wanted, at
Bring your eggs here. We want all the
eggs we can get.
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II N. B. ROBERTS' I
II CAFE |
| | The Old Original Restaurant Man I
Announces to his friends and patrons
that he is once more doing business at
THE OLD STAND
When hungry he will feed you
Good Food, Well Cooked, and Nicely
N. B. ROBERTS
in Oklahoma. ""
Not. long ago there were (fry few sheep in Oklahoma. A num-
ber of farmers, after advising with their bankers, obtained ex.
perimeiital flocks and found them successful. Today there are
more than 100,000 sheep in Okahoma. Adding more than ?1,-
<100.000 to the wealth of the state.
The banker is interested in anything that will promote the
welfare of the community or the state. He always is ready and
willing to advise with the farmer or business man upon any
non step under consideration.
We want you lo feel that Hie experience or the officers mid
directors of this hank is at your disposal.
And don't forget that deposits here are guaranteed by the
STATE DEPOSITORS' GUARANTY law.
"No Depositor has ever Lost a Dollar i„ a Slate Uank in Ok-
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< HAS. fiREEMORE, President.
ROUT. M. EVANS, Active V-Pres.
U. A. FRANKS, Cashier.
II. HACKLER. A**t..Cashier
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Denison, Mrs. E. A. The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, November 4, 1921, newspaper, November 4, 1921; Lexington, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110909/m1/1/: accessed December 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.