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About Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1905)
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LAND AND REAL ESTATE
Businesss done at Lexington
B. iVScALISl K
U. S- COMMISSIONER
A Few Good Farms For Sale Cheap
Office in Lexington Bank
Board by the Day or Week
Your Patronage Solicited.....
H. 7S. FJLLeR
First Class Rigs
Special attention to Commercial Men
Special attention to Transients
The Wheatiield job department has
been quite busy the past two weeks,
but then we like to work, It's good
A phonograph makes a splendid
Christmas present for the children.
Call at the Wheatfleld Prlntery and
place an order for one.
Another of those pleasant dance Is
billed for Thursday evening, Novem
ber 30th. Don't fall to attend for you
will miss it if you miss it.
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.
We have the agency for the Edteo
Phonograph and Records. If y'ou con
template" buying a phonograph, call
and get our prices. We can and do
sell them as cheap as the large mail
order houses, besides saving some
To Whiton Linen.
Handkerchiefs and doilies that
have become yellow from the use of
too much soap or from old ngo may
be whitened in the following simple
manner: After they have been wash
ed in the usual way in soft water
with a good soap, put them to soak
overnight in clean water' into which
has been put some cream of tartar.
A teaspoonful to a quart of water ia
the right proportion. After they
have been rmsed and ironed tho
next day they will be almost & white
as when new.
Washing Black Muslin.
Boil two quarts of wheat bran in
two gallons of water for half an
hour. Set aside until lukewarm ; then
strain through a cheesecloth bag,
pressing hard. If thick, thin with
cold water to the consistency of
what is known as "raw starch wa
ter." Wash the lawn in this, using
neither Boap nor starch. Shake ana
wring and hang in the shade to dry.
While still damp iron on the wrong
side over old .flannel tacked upon
the ironing board. .
Tq Remov MilcUw.
A spoonful of chloride of lime hi
a quart of water and strained
through flannel ia the best solution
to use to remove mildew. Soak the
spots in the solution for about a
minute and then lay it in the sun.
If the spots have not disappeared
repeat the process. Sour milk "and
salt is also very good, but in any
case plenty of strong sunlight is es
Cold rain water and soap will re
move machine grease.
A little borax in the last rinsing
water will make handkerchiefs eas
ier to iron and look better when
Ten cents' worth of sugar of lead
in three gallons of soft water will
prevent any color of ,blue from fad
ing in the laundering.
To nine pounds of ripe tomatoes,
peeled and sliced, allow three pounds
of sugar, a pint of vinegar, three ta
blespoonfuls of cinnamon, one and
one-half tablespoonfuls of allspice
and a tablespoonful of cloves; cook
until thick, stirring often to prevent
Soap the doilies well. Let stand
in warm water and a little ammonia
for an hour or so. Give a good rins
ing. Tack a piece of white cloth
the size of doily to the carpet, pin
every point down firm, stretch good
and let stay until thoroughly dry.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
Notice Is hereby given that the
partnership existing between C R.
McAllster and A. M. MacNab, under
the firm name of McAllster & Mac
Nab, has this day been dissolved. , C.
R. McAllster pays and collects all
Dated at Lexington, Oregon, this
1st day of November, 1905.
C R. McAllster
A. M. MacNab.
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JOS. BURGOYNE, Proprietor
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.Fitted With Modern Machinery
FLOUR EQUAL TO ANY ON THE MARKET
Steam Power and prepared to exchange
at all times.
BARLEY ROLLS IN CONNECTION
LEXINGTON, - -.' - OREGON
ARTISAN Lodge Meets every Satur
day night at 7 o'clock, up stairs in Arti
hall E. M. Beach,
R. B. Wilcox, M. A. Sec.
I. O. O. F. Lexington lodge No. 168.
Meets every Wednesday evening at 7 p. m.
W. E. Pointer- . E.D. McMillan
9 THE NEW BARBER SHOP
fj HAIRCUTTING, SHAVING AND SHAMPOOING g
m EXPERT MASSAGEING
3 ONE DOOR NORTH LEXINGTON BANK g
This space will be occupied by
McMillan & Benge
Pendleton l casern
The Wheatfield will give to some boy
or girl a scholarship in the Pendleton
Academy. This achool is recognized as
one of the best on the coast.
The graduate of Pendleton Academy
is within five of graduation from the
classical course of Harvard University,
without further entrance examination.
The only conditions attached being that the one
elected must be one who has completed at least the
Seventh grade in the Oregon course of study.
Commencing today, November 16, and continu
ing until December 20, 1905, -each dollar paid on
subscription will entitle you to cast 100 votes for
some boy or girl whom you desire to see capture
this unequaled prize. The only cost to party se
lected, will be for board, the tuition being all ar
Subscribe fearlij and Often
TERM BEGINS JAN. 2, '06
CONTEST GL0SES DECEMBER 20, 1905.
Address all communications to
THE WHEATFIELD, ,