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About Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1906)
A SURE THING. LEXINGTON GROWS
LEXINGTON, OREGON, THURSDAY APRIL 19, 190G
EASTERN OREGON CANL1DATE FOR
STATE TREASURER TRE FAVORITE
PortlJnd, April 17, 1906
The Republican press of Western
Oregon are almost unanimous in favor
of and using their efforts to secure the
nomination of Hon. John H. Aitkin, of
Huntington, for State Treasurer, as
the press voices the sentiment of the
people, the Indications are that he is
the favorite In that section in this
city he has made a remarkable cam
paign, his friends and admirers are
working early and late for him, he is
sure to receive a big vote here.
It Is natural to suppose that Eastern
Oregon Republicans will give him a
very large majority, they should rally
to his support, in doing so they can se
cure for him the nomination.
He has made the cleanest canvass
among all his competitors, without per
sonalities or mud throwing has not
combined with politicians or bankers
but is conducting a clean cut honorable
campaign one the people should aud
SAN FRANCISCO BADLY SHAKEN. FIRE BREAKS OUT
WATER MAINS BROKEN. MANY LIVES LOST
A severe earthquake shock was
felt in San Francisco yesterday. The
water mains were broken and fire broke
out in several places. Reports last
night state that 950 people are known
to be dead and the fire was still rag
ing. Among the buildings wrecked
an destroyed are the Cliff House, Ex
aminer and Chrontde offices, Stanford
University. As we go to press reports
state that the fire Is gaining headway.
The estimated loss is 3000 lives.
All persons who had mares bred by
Sir Robert, and have not paid the fees,
are requested to deposit the fees with
the Bank of Lexington as soon as
Lexington Horse Co.
The WhealfiekJ prints the news. '
Relinquishment on 80 acres of good
land for sale Enquire at this office.
Naturally every mother thinks
there are no children on earth like her
The married men are all great In
ventors of excuses for coming home
Keeping a baby carriage in motion
is better exercise than working a bi
cycle. The woman who makes good pre
serves does not often figure in the di
Get your stationery at the Wheatfield
Printery and your business will never
! Mrs. S. J. Boothby and grand-
daughter, Gertrude Beymer, departed
! Tuesday morning for Poplar Bluff, Mo.,
where they will spend the summer.
Chas. Beymer accompanied fara to
A dance was given at G. Mead's
on Tuesday evening in honor of the
16th birthday of their daughter, Miss
Etta. Everyone was well pleased
with the entertainment and refresh
ments, all wishing her many more of
these pleasant occasions.
KliftutnatlMiii Makea life Mlsernble.
A happy home is the most valuable
possession that is within the reach of
mankind, but you cannot enjoy its com
forts if you are suffering from rheuma
tism. You throw aside business cares
when you enter home and you can be
relieved from those rheumatic pains
also by applying Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. One application will give you
relief and its coE'tinued use for a short
time will bring about a permanent cure.
For sale by P. McMillan.
PRINTS THE NEWS
Seeking Nomination Under
The Primary Law
T. T. Geer, Salem
H. K. Brown, Baker City
C. A. Johns, Baker City
James Withycomb, Corvallis
C. A. Schlbrede, Coos Bay
For Secretary of State
Lot L. Pierce, Salem
F. T. Wrightman, Salem
F. Benson, Roseberg-
Claud Gatch, Salem
For State Treasurer
J. H. Aitkin, Huntington
A. C. Jennings, Eugene
E. V. Carter, Ashland
Ralph W. Hoyt, Portland
G. A. Steele. Oregon City
T. F. Ryan, Oregon City
For Attorney General
A. M. Crawford, incumbent
George H. Durham, Grants Pass
For Supt. Public Instruction
Prof. J. H. Ackerman, Portland
For Justice Supreme Court
Robert Eakin, LaGrande
For State Printer
W. J. Clarke, Gervais
J. R. Whitney, Albany
Willis S. Duniway, Portland
For Congress, 1st dist.
W, L. Tooze, Woodburn
W. C. Hawley, Salem ' '
' S. B. Huston, Hillsboro.
For Congress, 2d dist.
W. R. Ellis, Pendleton
W. J. Lachner, Baker City
John L. Rand, Baker City
For U. S. Senate
F. W. Mulkey, short term, Portland
Jonathan Bourne, jr. Portland
H. M. Cake, Portland
E. L. Smith, Hood River
E. B. Watson, Jacksonville
S. A. Lowell, Pendleton
Geo. S. Shepherd, Portland
For Labor Commissioner
0. P. Hoff, Portland
For Circuit Judge 6th Judicial dist.
H. J, Bean, Pendleton
Henry E. Collier, Pendleton
Thomas Fitz Gerald, Pendleton
For Senator 22d dist.
W. G. Cole :
For Joint Representative
W. M. Slusher
A. K. Fuller, Lexington
E. M. Shutt, Heppner
For County Clerk
W. 0. Hill, Heppner
Lewis Kinney, Heppner
T. W. Morgan, Gooseberry
F. M. Griffin
W. E. Hiatt,
Get Your Name on
The Wheatfield List
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
fF Women. J&
We carry the White House Shoes for
Men aud Women. From $2,25 to
$3.50 for Women. $3.00 to $4.50
for' Men. Buster Brown Blue
Ribbon Shoes far the Girls and
All the latest styles in Gordon Hats
will be in this week, at $-100.
Lyon Hats from $1.00 to $2.25 in
any style. New stock just
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
C L O T H I N G
Pots aud Kettles
Wire aud Nails.
Stoves aud Ranges.
1 Bath Tubs aud Sewer Pipes.
Cntfs aud Collars.
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