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About Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1906)
LEXINGTON GROWS WITHOUT WATCHING
LEXINGTON, OREGON, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 8, 1906
SALE ON OUTINGS, at 9, 10, 12 1-2 and 15c
Grades, 8 1-3 grades at 5c per yard. f$
JUST arrived Spring Line of Shirts, call and see
NEW SPRING LINE of Men s and Boy s Cloth
ing arriving every day.
NOTICE is hereby given that the Phonograph ,
offer expires February 28th, all tickets must be v
turned in by that day, tickets not turned in by that
date will be worth 7 per cent, on the dollar, for
dishes out of stock. ,
COMMENCE now to secure a nice set of dishes by
buying a piece or two at a time with cash tickets r
from our store, they cost you nothing, the tickets
will still be of value for Phonograph Records, at
7 per cent, on the dollar,
FREE OFFER, with each 1-4 pound box of carpst
tacks bought from us the next 30 days we will
give Free with each box, one Beautiful Picture
1 2 3-4 by 1 6 3-4, painted in colors, you have
your choice of eight different designs, each box of
tacks will cost you 5 cents, either in 6 8 or 1 0 oz.
By Henry F. Cope.
There is no justice without love.
Tin and sorrow often have the same
Life's rest comes in its toil.
You cannot give life to men without
giving life for them.
You do not escape from temptation
by fleeing from trial.
Love does not overlook faults: it
looks through them.
It's a poor kind of faith that you
have to have faith in.
Salvation may be sensational, but
sensation is not salvation. . .
Religion is more than a prayer in
the slot machine.
There is more good in a bad boy
than in the best of dead men.
Many of our prayers are waiting the
indorsement of our deeds.
Human hearts are the only pages on
which church history can be written.
Where the life knows no waste the
heart knows no wealth.
It takes more than pulpit thunder to
strike sin down.
The man who kicks most when the
train is late Is often the last one to get
People will always receive good ad
vice as a demonstration when ' they
would, reject it as a proposition.
When a man's head is swollen he
is sure to, get. a twist , In hisjsye.'--
The most common fallacy in this
world is the mistaking of moral specifi
cations for the materials themselves.
The following pupils averaged 90 or
more in the recent examinations.
Miss Hammer, Teacher
Roy Fuller Iva Thomas
Miss Byers, Teacher
Ruth Brown .
Miss Scott, Teacher
Nettle Davis Geatta Palmer
George Peck Vida Zink
Mabel Boone Walter Johnson
Berton Thornberg' Cleo Eskelson
Inez Cypert Harry Munkers
Ralph Howard Charlie Thomas
Anna Leach Mabel Davis
Erank Burgoyne Lawrence Reaney
4fe B.-WHcox.';"TeacheT ' ' -Mary
Graham' " . c Merl Carmlchael
Why are respectable hotels like the
elysium of the gods? Because no
bad spirits are permitted to enter
The Oregon Journal has made ar
rangements to publish the letters of
W. J. Bryan In its Sunday issue. Mr.
Bryan is on a two year tour of foreign
lands, and his letters will make excel
lent reading, as Mr. Bryan is a bril
liant writer. The Sunday Journal is a
great ' newspaper, filled with all the
good things of newspaperdom.
OUR ROLL OF HONOR
The following names have been ad
ded to our subscription Hit. since, tha
Miss Etta Mead, Lexington, Ore.
B. A. McCormick, Strawberry.
ARTISAN Lodge Meets every Satur
day night at 7 o'clock, up stairs in Artf
hall C. W. Chrlstenson,
Ethel Wilcox, Sec. M. A.
Cecil Rankin 1
THE M. W. OF A. -Excelsior Camp.
No. 9873, meet In Artisan Hall every
4th Tuesday night of the month.
E. E. Thomas. F. F. Klltz,
Clerk. . , V. C.
. o. O. F. Lexington lodge No. 168.
Meets every Wednesday evening at 7 p. m.
C. W. Chrlstenson M. F. Parker
Sec. ; N. G.
Real estate transfers fr week end
ing Feb 6, 1906.
Fred Warnock to J. J Wells
1-2 interest in tract No 57
O. L. &.'W. Co. to John R.
Hattie lots 23, 24 blk 26
:. Irrigon. 150
W. G. McCarty to R. W.
Turner, sel-4 nwl-4 sec24-
1 s-26 500
J. J. Wells to Artie C. Morgan
tract No. 57, Heppner 1,00
A. C Pettys to General Pablic
1 acre in sec6-s-25 for a
cemetery. . 1.00
0. C. Henkle to Henkie &
Castle lot 1 blk 39 Irrigon. 800
Jis. Donnelly to Dennis Mc-
Namee, n 1-2 lot 1 blk 6
. Heppner, except w 47 feet. . 3000
0. L. &. W. Co. to F. S. . .
Stokes, lots 18, 19 blk 37
A. W. Balslger to Paul Balslger
as Executor, 1-2 interest in
sel-4 sec27-tn-24. 1000
W. G. Scott to Jennie Barton .
lot 1 blk 7, Lexington. 60
w. p. McMillan's
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