Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19??, November 16, 1905, Image 5

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    PAT'S BARBER SHOP
J. E. GENTRY, Proprietor.
FIRST CLASS SHAVING AND HAIRCUTTING
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LEXINGTON, , - . - OREGON.
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LOCAL NEWS
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School Supplies
Toilet Irtich
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LEXINGTON,
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3irst Jfational SBank 0 ' Oeppner
Surplus and undivided profits $35, 000
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C. A. RHEA, - President
T. A. RHEA, Vice-President
G. W. CONSER, - Cashier
E. L. FREELAND, Ass't Csh'r
Transacts a General Banking Business
Four per cent paid on Time Deposits
EXCHANGE ON ALL. PARTS OF THE WORLD BOUGHT AND SOLD
Collections made on all points at reasonable terms.
Chas. H. Breshears
DEALER . IN
WOOD AND POSTS
YARDS AT DEPOT
LEXINGTON, - OREGON
F. H. ROBINSON
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
NOTARY PIBLIC
Practice in all Courts. Legal business
given prompt and careful attention. Land
Contests, Probate Work and Conveyanc
ing a specialty.
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C. C. .CHICK, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Diseases of Women and Children a spec
ialty. Calls answered promptly Day or
Night.
Office in Drug Store.
Residence in Boothby property.
LEXINGTON, - OREGON
OREGON
W.J.DAVIS ;
CONTRACTER h BUILDER
Estimates Furnished .
Lexington, - Oregon
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Our Presses are always busy
Our work pleases, that's why
Horse races at lone this week.
Dr. M.-A. Leach, Dentist, Heppner,
W. F. Barnett & Co. have a change
of ad in this issue,
Now is the best time to subscribe
for The Wheatfield.
W. B. McAlister was a Heppner
visitor last Saturday.
New wagon scales have been put in
by McMillan &, Benge. '
Leach Bro's put in a large new sale
in their store this week.
A. K. Fuller transacted business In
Heppner Saturday last.
Read our announcement of the free
scholarship in this Issue.
J. H. Chapman visited In Wasco
the fore part of the week.
E. D. Leach was transacting bus!
ness in Heppner Saturday. ,
The First National Bank, of Hep
pner, has an ad In this issue.
Frank L. Beymer Is creeling a new
residence on his city lots on East St
A city hall and fire house is being
built on the city's lots on Main street.
Rye for sale at $1.60 per 100
pounds. Joe Eskelson.
. Dr. Higgs, Specialist, eye, ear,
nose and throat. Heppner, Oregon,
Barley wanted at the Lexington
flouring mills. Highest market prices
paid.
President Roosevelt has designated
Thursday, November 30th, as Thanksgiving.
L. A. Purdy and The Wheatfield
man made a trip to Heppner last
Saturday.
The case In Justice court last Mon
day should act as a warning to other
young boys.
Get busy now and see if you can't
make a few more Improvements on
that city property.
Oliver Pearson, a . resident of Eight
Mile, commited suicide by cutting his
throat, in lone yesterday.
A caucus, to nominate city offtcers
for the coming town election, will be
held next Saturday evening
Chas. H. Beymer and D. A. Porter
left yesterday morning for Pendleton
and other points, for a few days.
T. W. Morgan and family, of Goose
berry spent Sunday with Mrs Mor
gan's mother, Mrs. A. E. Beymer.
Everything you need In Millinery.
The best and cheapest. Call at the
residence. Miss Iona White.
This office Is putting out posters
for a dance at Cecil, to be given on
the 24th. A good time is promised
to all.
The council has granted a license
to Lane St Inskeep to conduct a saloon
A new building is being erected for
their use..
Last Satuiday was a red letter day
for Lexington merchants, who were all
busy from early morning until late In
the evening.
Mrs B. F. Clark and Mrs. 0. T.
Ferguson returned from the hospital
at Heppner, last Monday. Both are
rr.pidly recovering. , . ;
A Phonograph makes a splendid
Christmas present for the children.
Call at the Wheatfield Printery and
place an order for one.
Another of those pleasant dance Is
billed for Thursday evening, Novem
ber 30th. Don't fail to attend for you
will miss it if you miss it.
Bills are outfor an old time shoot
ing match to be held in Lexington on
Saturday next Turkeys beef and
cash prizes will be hung up for the
best shots.
Two weeks from today Is" Thanks
giving day, We don't know yet how
thankful The Wheatfield family will be
It all depends on the liberality of pur
subscribers. '
All my accounts have been left
W. P. McMillan for collection. All
those knowing themselves Indebted to
me vlll call there and make settlement.
Dr. C. C. Chick.
& ' This Space Reserved For
w. G. SCOTT & CO.
Jjj Lexington, Oregon.
THE
SINGER PIANO
I LEXINGTON MEAT MARKET I
l J. V. GRIMES, Proprietor
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FRESH AND
SALT
MEATS
AND
LARD
FISH IN SEASON
LEXINGTON, OREGON,
Lexington Is enjoying a steady and
substantial growth, as is evidenced by
the many new buildings erected within
the past three months. Others have
been repainted ant Improved, all of
which greatly improves the general ap
pearance of the town.
The Wheatfield has just completed
arrangements with the Oregon Journal
whereby we are able to furnish the
Oregon Daily Journal, including the
Sunday issue, and The Wheatfield,
one year $7. The Daily Journal and
Wheatfield one year $5. The Semi
Weekly Journal and The Wheatfield
one year $1.75.
Success Magazine:- Laughter is un
doubtedly one of Nature's greatest
tonics, it brings the disorded faculties
and functions into harmony, it lubri
cates the mental bearings and pre
vents the friction which monotonous,
exciting business engenders. It is a
divine gift bestowed upon us as a life
preserver, a health promoter, a joy
generator, a success-maker. Life,
with the average American, is too
serious at best. Never lose an op
portunity for relaxation from the stress
and strain of your business or profess
ion. Every draught of laughter, like
an air cushion, eases you over the jolts
and the hard places on life's highway.
Laughter is always healthy. It tends
to-bring every abnormal condition back
to the normal. It is a panacea for
headaches for life's bruises. It is a
life prolonger. People who laugh
heartily keep themselves in physical
and mental harmony, and are likely to
live longer than those who take life too
seriously.
BLESS THK MAN OK CIIEKB
Some unknown philosopher says:
"We love the man with roses on his
tongue, the man who sees the boy's
dirty face, but mentions his bright
eyes; who notices your shabby coat,
but praises your studious habits; the
man who sees all the faults, but whose
tongue Is quick to praise and slow to
blame. We like to meet a man
whose smile will light up dreariness,
whose voice Is full of music of the
birds, whose handshake Is an inspira
tion and his "God bless you" a bene
diction. He makes us forget our
troubles as the raven's dismal croak is
forgotten when the woodthrush sings.
God bless the man of cheer, There
Is plenty of trouble here, but we need
not increase It. There Is lot of dying
done ahead.
OUR ROLL OF HONOR
fhe following names have been ad
ded to our subscription list since the
last issue:
J. Deardorff
F. L. Beymer
Mrs. A. E. Beymer
All of Lexington.
W. R. Cantrell, McKinley, Mo.
Mrs. Ruth Barnett, Pendleton
Mrs. J. A. Rhodes, Parkers, Oregon
Mrs. Harry Wheelhouse, Colfax, Wn.
TO THE PUBLIC
I have disposed of my livery busi
ness to H. A. Fuller and would be
plesed to have all those knowing them
selves Indebted to me to call and set
tle as soon as convenient.
C. R. McAlister.
B. M. BOOHER
PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES
LEXINGTON, OREGON
Congregational Church
Preaching service at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. every third' and fifth
Sunday of each month. Sunday
School 2.30 p. m. every Sunday.
Rev. J: L. Jones, Pastor.
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