The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 21, Ed. 1 Monday, October 2, 1922 Page: 4 of 8

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The Lexington Leader
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In III'VPI mule I lilill 50.
Mi*, W, 8. Thonnixiin WH" " Tui'k
if v Vlsllnr ol Mi l. l. I'. Ilnlitiiiiimii,
ml Mm, IOhi'I lltiliannun at th*>
limine f Mm. Bndle Milt-hall of I'ur-
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**" j The Mullmdiat I.adiea Aid Sorlaty
P.iiliiiml « aeei.ml lift" 1 |„ ||„. ,,,,,1,. Tuesday. Th.y had
pwitnfflm. «' Oklah,,.^ Wl|l ln lh„
**' ', lunvii f«r nil day'a <i illtihm: naxt
Tiuadny
hiiv. Williams ami fmnlly, Mr.
iiml Mr*. Neil Wynne motored to Ok-
lahoma < -Ity, Friday.
Mr. und Mm. J. E. Peter* were in
Oklahoma City Friday to him'' their
non, Dave, wlin In in the himpitiil
there.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Hill t oNl.ltKNN, ItelClertlnn
K, II. 8 WANK.
Mill IIIMI'HH I JIIIKIIC
\\ | I VI.IIION
I Ult
.SA UK A five room houae,
uitiHifp, roller, altteplnir porch, three
!(„( , ti! I in it nod eondlUon, In good
I llli liui indithlioi hood. Write, ae„ or phone,
|W F. Sherman, Norman, Oklahoma.
Farm Loans.
Can (tel. yon more eaah for your
fm in tlimi anyone.
A. II. CROSSKY.
Klvc niilt'K North and 4 Kant of Lex
| Initton.
Helsel Items
Saturday niKht, Sunduy and Monday.
Minn Lola Juhan and Effic Mc-
Kiddy wi-ri- visitors of Myrtle King,
Sunday.
Mr. and Mi-m. Ilob Calhoun wore
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. .1.
I'. Treat.
"Park" Treat left Sunday evening Juhan .Saturday
for Dible, where he is helpins gin-
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Stackhouse
were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Kerr and family.
Walter Juhan and Clyde Dowdy at-
tended the Fair at the City, Friday.
l*iihllnhrr'N lleport u( • «• rondltlon of
I'll 10 NKCI It IT I NTATI-: BANK
I of l.r*ln*lon, Oklnhomii. Hfjlrmbir
is, last.
ttKSOriU'KM
Loan* and l>l*coutitH $08,130.46
< >vcnlraftii, H^ounrt ' and tin-
Hi>cur«d 1,207.63
HeiMirltleM with HankluK Board 1,700.00
Stork*. ItnndH, Warrants, etc. 11 .RI
Uv«< Stock Acot 1.094.43
KurnlturV ami Fixture* 11,3351.
I uio from Banks 27,700.93
Collection AeoL 3.00
KxchangcM for CU'arliiK House 279.OH
Hills of KxcfauiiKo 1,570.00
t'unh In Hank 4,109.24
ro It <0|tNTV I MIC A SI1 HICK
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ton rol'NTY ATTtlMNKV
I I) lltlll \N«>
1(111 roi>NTV HI I'KHIN I KNUICN r
MAI n NOIUilCl' l I
Mra. I'olu H«b#rta who ha hean
vlaiiinir in West Vlritlnla and Ken-
lurky retiinied home Saturday. Mr.
w,nm< iloOoy, htr bnUiH ntimi ]
ml with her.
I-XIU MIIKIUFF
I It ASK HtXJtiS
fOH I Ol NI V CIKHK
I KM SI II IIICI VIS
OK Ol N l'\ VSSI SSOI!
I I M.rOMII
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Mr. and Mrs. John Juhan, Mrs.
Ola Tn-at, Raymond and Mitchell
Treat. Mrs. Mom Jaeka, Bernice l-'u
mon, Lola Juhan and Myrtle King at-
tended singing at Hi'thcl, Sunday
night.
Tho party given Saturday night at
III I. Williams, In honor of Roy's
I eighteenth birthday \va, well at-
Mi iitid Mrs. Olen Shock ley of tended.
Wifhtniitun, were visiting hi, l>ai ) Mr. kiiii Mrs. Witer and Mr. and
'.iiln, Mi iiml Mi- J F. Shock ley, Mrs. Sassrr s|>ent Sunday night at
; Sunday j Shiloh to sing but failed as nil the
—- ■ 1 crowd was at Bethel.
\\ AN'I'I-'D two young lady board j Mr. Joe Davis was it Tuesday night
el-, during school season. Lunation (1f Mr. and Mrs. John Juhan.
.nuvenlenl to school, terms reason | Mrs. J. I'. Treat and Raymond wwe
iiblti. I'holie I or apply to Mi- Monday night visitors of Mr. anil
.lolm Illiu'K i Mra. Arthur Edmonson.
A ti. King and J. \V. King were
\li \uhr\ Me- > and Mi Almar vinttor« nf Paul King at the City,
Burn. - came home Wcdne-ilav to at
1 ||e u.otball game. Which wa- OUDKIt OF EXCISE BOARD FOR
wo:\ in l.i \t|it«ma favor. El.Kt HON.
j Tho County Excise Board having
W« it*d V Top Hubby and sliwJ. i-cert'iin.d that the assessed valua
hiiiie -, Walter Collins, I mile and tinn of the town of 1 '\ington,
nuail'ei Fan. 1 mil - North, of | homa i- 32l.'.,0W.lW; that the an
I rvingion,
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A COMPLETE LINE OF I
GROCERIES |
SPEND YOUR MONEY WITH US
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$152,880.50 —
$10,000,011 1 —
. 2,802.ti" ; =
In i —
70.383.10 1 =
TOTAL
LIAniMTIKh
t'apltttl Stock PkIiI In .
StirpluM Fund
Individual HeponltH Subjee
('htu'k • • • i
Time t'eM'UfloatOH of l «M oHlt 34.585.021 —
raiihlor'M CherkH imtntandlnR 1,186.93 —
Nutrn and Hills Hodlseounted 24,971.88 s
TOTAL $152,880.50 | E
State of Oklahoma founty t>f Cl« ve-j j!
land bh: . , ! S
1. A. (3. lludsi otb, oh shier ol * •10 i ~
nbovo named bank do solemnly swear I—
that the above statement Is true to the —
btst ot my knowledge and belief, so —
help me tlttd A U Hudspeth, cashier. Is
Suhscrlhetl and sworn to before me s
this 19th day of September. 1021'.
tSKAL) W T llitckler, Notary l'uhllc S
t'orreet Attest Mrs. K. M. Aber- =
nathy. A il Hudspeth, John Hoat-l«1
rl|fht, I>1 rectors
IT WILL PAY YOU.
Come in and see us we know you will be
pleased with our prices.
N. B.
Phone 47.
ROBERTS
North of Farmers Rank.
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Your Paper.
V Weekl\ ncw-iiapei belong-, to
Ot lOiumuulO II serve- I'lOr, its
e«iulfn>cnt, aeeount-. and gootl "111
ttie the (n\'|«eitv of It- owners But
iU .idumn* are not the ^ole and ev
elu-iVe |oo|'">t\ of oee mi two in i
lo -lit their )>ei-ou l \iew- Lvviy
im -..vii has, or should have, a per
ona! interest in tl\ei home county
|v per, (or (I tell- of those things
thai eie of vital interest lo \ on
The da(l\ sis- \oii the- Ue ^ and *(
fan- of .tale and national Inleie-t;
the imiii ol lia.le tv (icr jur, >\ *i
the new- alon£ •.)(, talisesl line- ot «:>
v -.1. *\v> But (he mi—ion ot the A)K| \|i-
v>e WI\ i to -et forth the ,onnt\ am'
tWHWiunil^V hsppeninsT, ita evvnls
Mi -. • II <- I he one ~ ^ Mw. e H
It tta millW Sh. i mh \vt^v I"* I
u t'.evlrsi ih< , it -<|Vfak
t>' •hs>a.-t- . and the amlntioi- 1Nwv (wv weK,
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\t and Mi - Harnett and family,
Mi and Mrs, Bottoms, and Mr. and
Mi- J, O Motsenbocki r attended
th ■ Fair, Sunday.
Mi Osman Wolkei of Shawnee,
isiting his aunt ami uncle, Mr
\\ S l'homi>-on, the |>ast
proveti estimate for current expenses
for GKNKRAI. FI ND purges, s is
th, sunt of 130.00. that a levy of
; mills for general pUT|H>sts U ne-
. essary to raise - lid approwd osti-
mat: ; and i: ai .-earing: that s,-' '.cvy t'itM ailU l«U illiu itrtii iuiicj uui n« v* > —
,s Five .-.nils M -< of th levy , yj south of Willow View store, the following described property on
that tho K\ci>c UomnI is alU>n\<\i by
I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder at my place, five
miles east and two and half miles north of Lexington, one halt mile east
law to
b.injf i
mate is
current
make; and the F.vcis;- l!. ar\i
>f the opinion that said csti-
v asonahly neoeasary for the
nses of sud Town of
M;
a i*o
Han*.
M<av HavdwwW has acveoted
,.-n in the Farmers Uaoranly
Mr Frank, ^ who formerly
;ht« is'-.tvon is tMW C.av-tlCk
V'uki Bav-e\, I \ v!o \,
v\f the ;',f. (ImIiiiuii femit-all
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I -vins'oa, Oklahoma. .
IT IS VHFKKFORF. ORDFRED
I'hat an election be held hy the vot-
er* of said town of 1. Mnctov -i the
lith day ef October, 1322 for th«
purpose of wtins said incwtieti
levy.
Datvd th s 2tui day of .V.-.gu*!
1^22.
tUvss,- vr.:«. County Jlwdf*. CUair-
-san of County V.\c-.<.- Roar-.
K, B Helms, Com-ty ClerK. S*.*W-
tas y of Count) Kxetse Roar\!-
\ t ee of Klwtwa
J, \V, IXaiuek Chairman f •h'"
B.-atd of Titwie# pursuae-t lo t~e
.\isier of the Fvctse IV-arvi Orvier, 00
(set*)-) tall an rfetlk'S o w ' *■ *
;,\Wr 12. tS*22. at stee J. f. .IVwvSy
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TUESDAY, OCT. 10
Sale will start at 10 o'clock
HORSES
1 bay horse 12 yrs. old. wt. 1050
1 iron gray horse ti yrs. old, wt. 1000
COWS
1 fine Jersey cow. will be fresh by
dav of saie
1 fat
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AUCTIONEER
FEED
100 bushels of good bottom 001 .
15 bates ot gixxi kaffir eorn hay
bushels of Aeala eotton seed.
IMPLEMENTS
1 wagon
1 12-inch breaking plow
1 walking cultivator
1 section harrow
1 Georgia stock
1 walking planter
IMPLEMENTS
1 buggy
1 set leather harness
1 set single harness.
Household Goods
2 Iron beds
2 cotton mattresses
2 sets of springs
1 Baby crib bed
1 stand table
1 dresser
1 cook stove
1 heating stove
1 kitchen cabinet
1 safe
1 dining table
About 40 chickens
Some fruit.
Some sweet potatoes,
Other things too numerous to men-
tion.
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Lunch on the Grounds at noon
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7--r:--s Saie: Twelve months will be given on all duuim ov^r lHO 00, mttes
vav *.0 :r.:eres: and to be approve by tho Karmot'i* Slate Guaranty
IBank of Lexington. 5 discount for cash. All tuittt umU i $10.00
Xo property iv ren.oveti fivm the prenustvt nut ti settled for.
SAM. WOMACK, Owner
v._ H... H. Everett, A'jctioneer.
And\ Hatfieltl, Glork.
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