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LOCAL NEWS 1
William Gllbreath, brother of L. S.
Gllbreath, of this city, was a member
of the debating team of Whitman
College, that defeted the Pacific
University team last week.
W. A. Jones, who spent the past
six weeks In California, returned to
Lexington the latter part of last week.
He says there are many places in the
country that do not equal Lexington.
FOR SALE Horses, broke and
Hack, two Gang plows, walking
plow and double Harness. Call on or
21-tf F. H. Gentry.
Rev. Miller closed his series of
revival meetings last Sunday evening
by taking a collection for reparing the
Congregational church, which amount
ed to about $400. The meetings are
being conducted this week by Rev.
Jones and Graham.
The Portland Journal and Telegram
are devoting considerable space to
roasting the other fellow about sub
scriptions. They are both good papers
and either of them have a larger sub
scription list than The Wheatfield.
That ought to settle the matter.
C. A. Johnson has purchased the
Beymer property now occupied by
A. D. Inskeep, Mr. Johnson Is en
larging the house and will remove his
family there shortly. Mr. Inskeep will
occupy the new residence property of
C. W. Christenson on Knob Hill.
We have a good second hand
Dutchman Plow, 14 inch three bottom
run two seasons, will put new shares
and landsides on It and sell on fall
terms at $42.50, a snap, or we will
sell for less without the third bottom.
' Leach Bros.
J. H. Aitkin of Huntington, candi
date for state treasurer, was In the
city Wednesday looking after his In
terests with reference to his candidacy.
Mr. Aitkin made this office a pleasant
call and Impressed the political man
as a strong and clean man. Eugene
On Saturday March 10th Dr, W. 0.
Manion, one of the Supreme Medical
Directors of the United Artisans, will
! visit the Lexington lodge. The Doctor
is said to be a good speaker and
particularly strong on the fine business
features of the order. Meeting will be
held in the lower hall. Everybody in
vited.' Hemp H. Wheeler, who has been
an invalid for some time, died at his
home Tuesday evening. ' The funeral
services will be held today at 10
o'clock a. m. Mr. Wheeler was born
at Lemp, N. H., January 5th 1836.
He has lived in the Western States
since 1860. Mr. Wheeler leaves a
wife and two sons, Irvin and Bert, to
mourn the loss of a loving husband and
a kind an indulgent father.
There is much room for improve
ment in order at public gatherings In
Lexington. We do not believe that It
It from a desire to be "tough" or
"rowdie" that Impells these young
people to make this disturbance, which
so greatly annoys those around them,
but through carelessness and reckless
ness. Why can't this be changed and
let the name of Lexington go broadcast
as one of the most orderly towns In
the county. We have a good town,
good people and let us strive for a
good name abroad.
Alwayt Keepi Chamberlalu'i Cough
Remedy In HI House.
"We would not be without Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. It is kept on
hand continually in, our home," says
W. W. Kearney, editor of the Indepen
dent, Lowry City, Mo. That Is . just
what every family should do. When
kept at hand ready for instant use, a
cold may be Checked at the outset and
cured in much less time than after it
has become settled in the system:
This remedy Is also without a peer for
croup in children, and will prevent the
attack when given as soon as the child
becomes hoarse, or even after the
croupy cough appears, which can only
be done when the remedy is kept at
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WOOD AND COAL
A good many people find It easier to
sing "I am thine, 0 Lord," when they
have left their purses at home In an
It's not by being against many things
that you will save the world, but by
being for a few things with all your
Department of Tha Interior
United States Land Office
The Dalles, Oregon, February 20, 1906.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been
filed In this office by James McOabe, con
testant, against homestead entry No. 12 106,
made February 11, 1903, for SEtf NE,
E2 SW, Section 34, Township 2, N.,
Range 25, E. W. M. by Patrick McCabe,
Contestee, In which It is alleged that said
entryman has wholly abandoned said land
and has failed to live upon and cultivate said
land as required by law; that the only im
provements he has made upon said land Is
a shack of a cabin which is not habitable at
any time of the year; that said alleged ab
sence has existed for more than six months
last past; that said alleged absence was not
due to his employment in the army, navy or
marine corps of the United States In time
of war. Said parties are hereby notified to
appear, respond and offer evidence touch
ing said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on
April 12, 1906, before Vawter Crawford,
County clerk at his office in Heppner, Ore
gon, and that final hearing will be held at
10 o'clock a. m. on April 19, 1906 before
the Register and Receiver at the United
States Land Office In The Dalles Oregon.
The said contestant having, in a proper
affidavit, filed February 20, 1906, set
forth facts which show that after due dell
gence personal service of this notice can
not be made, it is hereby ordered and
directed that such notice be given by due
and proper publication.
Michael T. Nolan,
ARTISAN Lodge Meets every Satur
day night at 7 o'clock, up stairs In Artl
hall C. W. Christenson,
Ethel Wilcox, Sec. M. A.
I. O. O. F. Lexington lodge No. 168.
Meets every Wednesday evening at 7 p. m.
C. W. Christenson M. F. Parker
Sec, N. C.
REBEKAH--Holly lodge No. 139
Lexington. Meets the first and third
Tuesday of each month at 7:30.
Ina Leach Ella Benge
Sec, N. G.
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No. 9873, meet in Artisan Hall every
4th Tuesday night of the month.
E. E. Thomas. F. F. Klitz,
Clerk. V. C.
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NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE.
Under and by virtue of an order Issued
out of the County Court of the State ot
Oregon for Morrow county, on the 5th day
of February, 1906, the undersigned guardian
of the estate of Percy Clyde Gentry, a
minor, will on, Tuesday, the 20th day of
March, 1906, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon
of said day, In front of the Court House In
Heppner, Morrow County, Oregon, sell to
the highest bieder for cash, all the right,
title and Interest of his said ward In and to
the following described real property, to
wlt: The undivided one-fifth Interest In
and to lots 6 and 7, In block 16 of the town
of Lexington, Morrow County, Oregon,
and all rights and improvements thereon
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Dated this 6th day of February, 1906.
J. E. Gentry
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