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About Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1906)
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A SURE THING. LEXINGTON GROWS
LEXINGTON, OREGON, THURSDAY MARCH 15, 1906
Claim Docket of the March term of
the County Court.
Heppner Garette $246.54, J G
Griffiths 20.20, E J Keller 3.55, Minor
&Co .'90, P "M Christenson 13.75,
Ben Green 5.00, C W Christenson
5.00, Fremont Sprowls 4.50, Heppner
Times 25.90, Frank Wilkins 5.50, S
PDevln 226.71, G H Wright 31,75
W J Blake 276.50, C Hulett 10.85,
"Riley Snyder 8.00, GeoSchempp 2 00
Albert Williams 26.25, E E Miller
'66.00, Bruce Pennington 2.85, Geo
Whities 10.20, Geo 'Whities 12.05,
Geo Whities 10.80, Ceo Whities 14
55, John Rasmus 2.50, Geo Smith
'2.40, J F Mitchell 1,20, L. Jones 1.20
Geo Case 1.20, Geo Whities 6.30, SI
Stratton 133.33, Wm A Ayers 120:00
E G Noble 83. 33, T W. 'Ayers 1 50.'00
W O Hill 120.00, E M Shutt 333.33,
J G Crawford 120.00, . Vawter Craw
ford 333.33, S J "Wing 4.65, CS'Kirk
122.50, Lewis Kinney 100.00, iThom-
son Bros 4.30, Class & Prudhomme
Co 3.36, Minor & Co 1.00, 'Harry
Cummings 27.40, W F Palmater 2 1 .
65, E F Neal 142.00, Wind. River
Lumber Co 47.48, Mrs Brock 15.00,
Jas Fitz 16.00, Williams & Schempp
7.25, Ethel Ashbaugh 12.00, E W
Moyers 16.00, J J Adkins 10J60, Inez
Freeland 12.T3JD, Elmer Beaman 31.25
E T Perkins 3.00, R F Wilmot 2.00,
E M Akers 2.00, E T Perkins 4.50,
A F Akers 5.130, Bank of lone 339.75
Samuel Devtne 17.50, Slocum Drug
Co 53.50, W A Richardson 1 1.60, J
W Rasmus 4.40, Dick Wells 1.70,
Frank Brown 1.70, Wilbur Swaggart
1.70, M L Cantwell 1.70, E T Perkins
4.40, B F Akers 6. 50, Henry Harms
meyer 5.50, B F Thompson 5.90, A F
Nelson 29.00, James Hamilton 21.00
E F Zaspel 2.90, G R White 24.50,
Rhea & Welch 73.30, L Hlnes 24.50
Irwin-Hodson Co 93 30, Glass &
PriKihomme 12.00, Heppner Light &
Water Co 75.10, J L Yeager 33.00,
Telephone Co 12.85, Robert Clary
'6.00, Gilliam & Blsbee 16.45, Gilliam
& Bisbee 7.83, Gilliam StBisbee 3.80
Patterson & Son 12.50, S P Garrigues
k Son 347.05, W S Conner 200.00,
C C Chick 28.00, S W Meadows 2.50
Ella Fisher 6.00, Miss Fleming 6.00
Miss Bream 6.00, S. I Stratton 17.25
Higgs & Winnard 78.00, W G.Mc
Carty 10.00, F M Griffin 11.60, E M
Shutt 24.45, T W & A L Ayers 16 00.
Marriage license Issued on the 13th
to E; M Larkin and Altha Leach.
Afflicted With Rheumatism,
"I was and am yet afflicted with
rheumatism,'" says Mr.J. C. Bayne,
editor of the Herald, Addington, Indian
Territory, "but thanks to Chamberlain's
Pain Balm am able once more to
attend to business.. It Is the best of
liniments." If troubled with rheuma
tism give Pain Balm a trial and you
ate certain to be more than pleased
with the prompt relief which it affords.
One application relieves the pain. For
sale by W. P. McMillan. ... .
Following are the names of the
pupils who have averaged 90 per cent
or above In the recent examination.
Miss Hammer, Teacher.
Genera Hlchethier WMard Graham
I Ralph Phillips
I - Ray Fuller
t Grace Reaney
; ; Ruth Howard
; Katie Eskelson
. Everett Zink
. ,. Frank Benge
Miss Byers, Teacher.
Lucy Davis Edna Carmichael
Ruth Brown ; George Zinz
Maud'e McMillan Annabel! Howard
Susie Munkers Hazel Reaney
Ennls Thomas Earnest Thornburg
Miss Scott, Teacher.
Nettie Davis . Geattie Palmer
Mabel Boone , Vlda Zink
R B. Wilcox Teacher.
; James Pointer
Advertise In The Whitfield,
W. B. McAHster and W G. Scott
Lexington business men, transacted
business in Heppner Monday.
R. 'L. Benge and W. T. Campbell
of Lexington attended the Encamp
ment meeting here Manday night.
W. A. Jones, who owns a ranch
near Lexington, was in Heppner Tues
day. He has just returned from a
visit with his mother In California.
S. E. Carr, president of the Bank of
Heppner, was In the city this week
looking after business interests.
City Recorder J. P. Williams in
forms the Gazette that the practice of
riding bucking horses on the streets
must be stopped. The law will be
strictly enforced If this occurs in the
Harry Cummings will make some
big Improvements In his nursery, near
the depot In this city, this spring and
summer. He will add 80,000 more
fruit, shade and ornamental trees to
his stock this season. The grounds
will be leveled and a space about 100
feet square will be arranged Into a
park where all the varieties of his trees
will be placed In a way to make an
attractive appearance. ,.
lone Proolaimer ,
Tuesday evening a number of ," lone
young people drove up Rhea, creek to
the bachelor quarters of Miss, Nettie
Mason and spent a very enjoyable
evening. A delicious midnight lunch
was spread, to which all did justice.
Remedy In Hli Houee.
"We would not be without Chamber- i
Iain'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 .
hand. For sale by W. P. McMillan
Don't forget that the Old Man has
to live. Some apparently have.
The whale was the first ocean mail
carrier, and In three days thereafter he
adopted the free delivery system. '
A learned professor has figured It
out that married men live the . longest,
You bet they do. It "seems" to me.
I've always been married.
Girls at Weston will , boycott the
young men wno Keep company wm
the girls who attend the normal. The
home girls claim the Interlopers have
gobbled up all the marriageable young
men of that city. ; - '
WE SAVEiYOU MONEY
We carry the White , House Shoes 'for
Men and Women. From $2,25 to
$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
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR S
C I O T H I N G
Pots and Kettles
Wire and Nails.
Stoves and Ranges.
Bath Tubs and Sewer Pipes
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Cuffs and Collars.