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About Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1906)
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LEXINGTON GROWS WITHOUT WATCHING
LEXINGTON, OREGON, THURSDAY MARCH 1, 1906
The Editor of The Wheatfleld has
kindly given this column for religious
purposes. ft will be edited by thej
church people who will no doubt be
glad to receive matter from all who are
InteTestefl In church work. Comma
nfcatlon&'ihould be addressed. Religious
Editor Wheatfleld, Lexington, Oregon.
The people of no section df our
country should be more ready to re
spond to calls for help to spread the
truthsof our blessed Christian 'religion
than wo of the northwest, for no people
have been more liberally assisted.
Theodifferent denominations represent
ed ftiere have all shown the greatest
Interest In the spiritual welfare of the
people of this section "With both men
anU money. As one Slrustrtftton of this
'our people were assisted to i&e extent
cif.' six hundred dattara In -erecting the
' We notice oftea parertts are too
nulck to think when 'their children
.show personal interest in irallglon that
:they are too young to understand the
;matter, yet long before this those
:same parents reqnfte parental obe
irjience from fherr ehlBen. When
xhlldren know rjgfet from wrong In
-relationship to tbeh-pareiita, they are
old enough to underetandithe same in
rreference to Almighty QsL '
The mother teaches Hhat it were
ibetter that a tafl atom -were hanged
.-about ones neck and he cast Into the
isea than cause one of these little ones
to offend. The different churches
with mission stations In China are
becoming anxious for their mlssonarles
there, because of the probability of
trouble between the United States and
A. K. Fuller was down from Lex
ington the first of the week. It Is re
ported that he will be a candidate for
sheriff of this county at the Coming
Wm. Courter returned Wednesday
from a two weeks' visit In Lewlston
and other Idaho points. He reports
business to be on the boom In that
Ed. Chiff, who became demented
some time ago and was taken to Hepp
ner for proper care, decided to walk to
lone yesterday. He "will be taken
back to Heppoer this evening by Con
At the stockholders meeting of the
Heppner Mining conq&ny. the follow-
in? officer! were re-elected: Daa
Stalter. president and general manager;
Geo. Conser. treasurer; T. W. Ayers,
The first car load of cahres for veal,
ever shipped out eft Heppner, left here
Monday to Roslyn. Wash. The calves
67 In noraVsr, were from four to five
months oU They were purchased
from Mrs. Brosmaa Sides Bros. &
Heppner Tlme '
Ceo. Ashbaugh, who has been spend
ing the winter In California, returned
the first of the week.
W. C. Lacy, who was in town Sat
urday from Blackhorse,- informed The
Times that he has leased hi ranch for
a term of three years Jo J. E.
Jennings. 1 " .
Hon. Henry Blackmail returned
Thursday evening last from a inonth'i
visit In California. Mr. Blackman
went with the business men's excursion
which left Portland January 13. ,;He
visited several of the "more Important
cities In California and vast favorably
Impressed with the southern part of the
state as an ideal, place to spend the
winter. . , . ''
thirty years has been a resident of
Morrow county, She leaves two sons
and a daughter: Fred and Homer H.
and Mrs. W. P. Dutton. At the time
of going to press arrangement for the
funeral had not been announced.
R. M. Garner to Olive M. Hale
blk 8 Wells add to Heppner.
J. A. Woplery to Frank M. Orr
el -2 sec 29-in-24. 9400
J, H. Edwards, who was in town
Saturday from Sand Hollow, stated to:
The Times that he had all the frame
work of his 30x32 feet, two 'story,
eight-room residence up ready for the
finishing work. Mr Edwards has also
constructed a reservoir and laid a pipe
line three Quarters of a mile from a
large spring, and when fails new house
is done the water system wiU be con
nected therewith giving water facilities
equal to the average city system. .
Mrs. J3. Hallock, an old. pioneer of
Morrow county, died at the, home of
her danghter, Mrs. W. P. Dutton, of
this efty. last night Mrs. Hafiock
was upwards of 80 years of age at the
tlmewf her death, and for perhaps
Real estate transfers for week end
ing Feb 27, 1906. '
i jane Penland to Minnie L.
Leach, lot 5 blk 4 Lexington $50
O. L, 8tW. Co. to Anna M.
Templeton. lot 1 blk 18
Irrigon, r , . ' 75
6. L& W.Co. to Ella M. '
Miller, lots 11, 12, 13, 14,
15 blk 36 and lot 11 blk 38
0. J. Williamson to J. E. Gist
sl-2 and sl-2 nl-2, lots 1,2,3
4, sec 3-2s-24 . 8000
Jas Hamblet to 0. Williamson,
sl-2 nwl-4, nl-2 swl-4 sec 3- ,
2s 24. 1300
C. H. Beymer to J. W. Bey-
mer, sl-2 nwl-4, sec 5, el -2
Be 1-4 sec 8-5s-26
Dan P Doherty to Pat Doherty
lots 3, 4 blk 18 Lexington
and lots 2 3 blk 2 McAlisters
add to Lexlneton. - 600
Mamie L. Logan to A. H.
, Reudy, 95-100 acre In town
of CeciL .750
L D. May to H. M. Olden na..;
1-4 sec 27-2s-24. 1550
Lorin D. Beker to H. M. Olden
v swl-4 sec . 16-2s24.
Verbal virtues are blown away on
the first wind of persecution.
He who is in a hurry to be wise Is
apt to succeed In being foolish.
The most mistaken endeavor and
fervor s better than sleek apathy and.
They are making the least out of
life who are ever thinking of what they
He who is too busy to listen to the
voice of a child is likely to miss the
voice of his lord.
The feet of men are riot kept In the
cathof right by the light of brilliant
The heretic hunter thinks that the
cutting of many thistles will create at
least a few roses.
How would the men who are going
to heaven on thelrjwlves' religion look.
wearing their wives' wings?
Not he who has no weakness is the
strong man, but he who makes them
serve his strength.
The best cure for the blues Is to
stop thinking of, yourself , and begin
planning happiness for for others.
Too many Christian soldiers expect
to become warriors by hearing others
lecture on the manual of arms.
WE SAVE you: MON
We icarrj ithe White House Shoes for
Hen aad Women. From $2.25 to
1 $3.50 for Women. $3.00 to $4.50
for Men. Buster Brown Blue
Ribbon Shoes .for the Girls and
All the latest styles in Gordon Hats
will be in this week, at $3.00.
Lyon Hats from $1.00 to $2.25 in
any style. New stock just
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