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About Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1906)
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Loans "and Collections a Specialty.
LAND AND REAL ESTATE
Businesss done by
Good Wheat Lands and Choice Town Lots for g
Sale at Reasonable Prices.
Office in Bank
I DeLONG'S studio 1
High Class Portraits.
All the latest style Mounts. g
DeveloDins done for Amateurs.
5 TAMFS HRlONr,
LEXINGTON, - - OREGON
GREEN & BENGE
First Class Rigs Careful Drivers
Special attention to Commercial Men
Frank Gentry and family left last
Monday (or Innisfatl, Alberta, Canada,
where they exprot to make thoir fu
ture home. The Wheat field will be a
regular visitor in their now homo.
Don't forget the entertainment, on
April 13th, by the school and the
music class of Mrs. E. E. Thomas.
Be sure to see the high grade pianos
that will be on exhibition at that time.
If you cannot find what you want In
the Drug line IT Davidson Bros, of
lone, they carry the largest stock of
Drugs and Chemicals In Morrow Co.
Mail and Telephone orders promptly
attended to. 9tf
All persons breeding mares to the
Jack "Billy", acl knowing themselves
indebted to me for the service are re
quested to call at Lexington Bank and
make settlement. I need the money.
C. R. McAllster,
J. M. White is contemplating re
mnHolina the old barn building and
putting in a first class skating rink.
If he decides to make the improve-
ment the' rink proper will be 30 x 80
feet and then a bowling alley will be
put in alongside under the shed roof.
Room could be made for a rest
room in that building
Special '- arrangements have been
made with the supreme lodge at Port
land, for the Lexington Assembly No.
83, United Artisans to grant reduced
rates to "all persons wishing to join.
These provisions are good until the
15th of the month. Anyone thinking
of joining an insurance order will do
well to Investigate the Artisans.
The skating rink, under the mana
agement of John B. White, Is the
most popular resort in the city. Tues
day and Friday afternoon has been
designated ' as Ladies' day. The at
tendance is large. We understand
that Mr. White will have charge of the
new rink, when completed, and will
Dut in eriouzh skates to accomodate
The 0. R. & N. announce the fol-
lowing one way special rates from prin
cipal points listed below to Lexington
For points not listed or other Informa
tion call on any O. R. & N. agent or
write A. L. Craig. G P. A., Portland.
Bristol, Tenn - $48 00
Boston, Mas.-. 49 80
Chicaeo, 111 32 90
Cleveland. 0 39 90
DesMoines, la 28 90
Memphis, Tenn 37 40
Pittsburg, Pa 41 90
St Louis, Mo 29 90
Kansas City, Mo 24 90
St. Joe, Mo 24 90
Omaha, Neb - 24 90
Sioux City, la 24 90
St. Paul, Minn 24 90
Money can be depoited with any 0.
R. & N. agent and ticket furnished
passenger In the east.
Caught Cold While Hunting a Burglar.
Mr. Wm. Thos. Lanorgan, provin
cial constable at Chapleau, Ontario,
says: "I caught a severe cold while
huntinp a burglar in the forest swamp
last fall. Hearing of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, I tried it, and after
using two small bottles, I was complete
ly cured." This remedy is intended
esDeciallv foJ coughs and colds. It
will loosen and relieve a severe cold in
less time than by any other treatment
and is a favorite wherever Its superior
excellence has become known For
sale by W. P. McMillan.
W. P. MclVIILLAN'S
LUMBER, DOORS, WINDOWS, SHINGLES
WOOD AND COAL
l have just received, from Edward
B. Grossman- & Co., of Chicago, a
choice line of spring samples. Ladies'
and Misses' Suits, Silk Shirt Waist
Suits, Wash Suits, Wash Skirts,
Waists, Petticoats. Cloth and Silk
Skirts, Jackets and Raincoats. Any
one desiring anything in this line will
do well to call and look over my
samples at The Wheatfield Prlntery.
Mrs. S. A. Thomas. ,
Will stand the season of 1906 as
follows: Monday and Tuesday, March
26 and 27, at Lexington Livery stables.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
March 28, 29 and 30, at lone. Satur
day, March 31, at Lexington. Sunday
and Monday, April 1st and 2nd, at
Wm. Padberg's ranch on Clark's Can-
yon. inereauer every nimn uay ai
the above places. The Chas. L. Rea,
1906 impregnator usod by an expert,
Frank Parker, )
Andrew Reaney Owners
Wm. Padberg )
Department of The Interior
United States Land Office
The Dalles, Oregon, February 20, 1906.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been
filed In this office by James McCabe, con
testant, against homestead entry No. 12 106,
made February 11, 1903, for NE',
EYi SW.t 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 ot 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 Vawtor 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, 19C6 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 tills 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 (n Artl
hall C. W. Chrlstenson,
Ethel Wilcox, Sec. M. A.
I. O. O. F. Lexington lodge No. 168.
Meets every Wednesday evening at 7 p. m.
C. W. Chrlstenson 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.
THEM.W.OFA. Excelsior Camp.
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 GUARDIANS SALE.
Under and by virtue of an order issued
out of the County Court of the State of Or
egon for Morrow County, on the 27th day
of March, 1906, the undersigned guardian o'
the person and estate of Bert Wheeler, in
sane. will, on Saturday, the 28th day of
April, 1906, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon
of said day, on the premises hereinafter de
scribed, sell to the highest bidder, either
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thirds secured by first mortgage on said
premises to be sold, all the right, title and
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South West quarter () of Section Three
(3) In Township One (1) South, Range
Twenty-five (25) E., W. M and all im
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