Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19??, April 26, 1906, Image 1

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VOL. I
LEXINGTON, OREGON, THURSDAY APRIL 26, 1906
NO. 31
A SURE THING. LEXINGTON
THE PRIMARIES
Following Is the total vote of Mor
row county at the Republican prima
ry election held last Friday afternoon,
April 20th:
For U. S. Senator, short term:
Fred W. Mulkey - 297
For U. S. Senator, full term:
Jonathan Bourne, jr. - 157
H. M. Cake - - 26
S. A. Lowell - t 298
E L. Smith - 61
E. B. Watson - - 57
For Congress, 2d Dist:
W. R. Ellis - - 360
W. J. Lachner i 58
John L. Rand - . 85
Geo. S. Shepherd - 53
For Governor:
H. K. Erown - - us
T. T. Geer - - 219
C. A. Johns - - 150
C. A. Shelbrede - - 21
James Withycombe - 104
For Secretary of State:
F. W. Benson - 251
Claud Gatch - - . 195
Lot L. Pearce - - , 49
F. T. Wrightman - 79
For State Treasurer:
John H. Aitkin - 230
E. B. Carter - - 99
R. W. Hoyt " - 68
' A. C. Jennings - - 44
T. F. Ryan - - 83
Geo. A. Steele - - 91
For Supreme Judge:
Robt. Eakin - - 4 1
For Attorney General:
A. M. Crawford - - 390
Geo. H. Durham - 166
For Supt. Public Instruction:
J, H. Ackerman - 478
For State Printer:
W. J. Clarke - - 89
W. S. Dunnlway -. - 265
J. R. Whitney - - 174
For Labor Commissioner:
0. P. Hoff - - 468
For Circuit Judge, 6th Dist:
H. J. Bean - - 354
H. E. Collier - - 156
Thos.' Fit z Gerald - 130
For Senator, 22d Dist: - 529
For Representative, 22d Dist:
W. M. Slusher -- 502
Eor Sheriff:
A. K. Fuller - 255
E. M. Shutt - - 436
For County Clerk:
W. 0. Hill - - 391
Lewis Kinney, - - 218
T. Morgan - - ,73
For County Commissioner:
F. M. Griffin - - ,390
W. E. Hiatt - - 188
A good cause make a stout heart
and a strong arm.
A good politician keeps his own se
crets and steals yours.
Choose a wife as you choose a knife.
Look well to her temper.
Quick may be pronounced quicker
by adding a syllable to it.
Relinquishment on 80 acres of good
land for sale Enquire at this office.
A cigar loving man ' is like a tallow
candle. He smokes when he is going
out.
Your nose and mouth are at con
tinual variance, because words are al
ways passing between them.
Get your stationery at the Wheatfield
Printery and your business will never
become stationary.
Do not accustom yourself to swear.
There are words enough in the Eng
lish language sufficiently . expressive of
all our passions.
You may cause Idiots to philosophize,
may cause donkeys to forego thistles-
Sunday Issue, and The Wheatfield,
one year $7. The Daily Journal and
Wheatfield one year $5. The Semi
Weekly Journal and The Wheatfield
one year $1.75.
I 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,
Vaists, 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 Printery.
Mrs. S. A. Thomas.
NOTICE.
All persons who had mares bred by
Si; Robert, and have not paid the fees,
are requested to 'deposit the fees with
the Bank of Lexington as soon as
convenient. 25-tf
Lexington Horse Co.
LOCAL NEWS
The Wheatfield prints the news.
Constant dropping wears the stone.
All the brains are not in one head. '
Deceit and trickery makes no man
rich.
All are not friends who smile on
you.
It Is better to be alone than In bad
company.
The Maoio Csed Eax.
Procure a large pill box and push
the bottom in a'litt'o Way; then get
Eome cum and stick a small portion
but do not think of driving common i of canary or other seed on the bot
tom so as to maite it appuar u lun
box. Obtain a small bap; with a little
horse sense into the head of a con
ceited person.
Barred Plymouth " Rock eggs for
hatching. $1 for 15 eggs from the
Swede Canyon Poultry Yard.
P. M. Christenson,
Lexington, Ore. ;
The Wheatfield has just completed
arrangements with the Oregon Journal
whereby we are at'c to furnish the
Oregon Daily Journal, Including the
seed in it and pretend to fill the bo?i,
but instead of doing so only bring
out a little seed on the bottom. Ai t
erward rub the loose seed off, and
the audience, seeing the seed that U
fast on, will naturally think the hot
is full. Then take the box m- the
right hand, a cap or hat in the left
hand and cover the box and show
the empty side. Again cover the box
and say : 'Presto ! Come back I''
Turn the bos and show the full sid.
Homemade Top.
Take big, empty cotton spools and
paint them in bright colors; theru
pound into them stumps of lead
pencils or round sticks, leaving
about half an inch at the bottom.
Sharpen this into a point, and you
have a fine top. If you wish, you
can put short, fluffy skirts on the
spool and make a tiny hat or bonnet
for the part of the pencil that sticks
out above, ond you will have a ballet
dancing top.
Alphabets.
The number of letters contained
in the alphabets of the different
languages is given here:
Eussian, 35; English, 26; French,
25; Italian, 80; Spanish, 27; Ger
man, 26; Latin, 25; Greek, 24; Ara
bic, 28; Persian, 32; Hebrew, 23,
and Sanscrit, 44.
JtlH'uimitlHiii Makca Life Miserable.
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 continued use for a short
time will bring about a permanent cure.
For sale by W- P. McMillan.
Get Your Name on
. The Wheatfield List
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
SHOES
For Women
We carry trie 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
Boys.
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
arrived.
ift v's 1 'Si
-WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
CLO T HI N G
HARDWARE
Tinware.
Granite Ware.
Pots and Kettles
Wire and Nails.
Stoves and Ranges.
Silver Ware.
Bath Tubs and Sewer Pipes.
IMPLEMENTS
Dutchman Plows.
Syracuse Plows.
Hanney Buggies.
, Anchor Buggies.
Mitchell Wagons.
Bain Wagons.
Harrows.
Wheel Barrows.
Rolling Cutters.
LEACH
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GENT'S FURNISHINGS
Shirts.
Cuffs and Collars.
Ties.
Handkerchiefs.
Suspenders.
Belts.
Watches.
HARNESS
Saddles.
Bridles.
Halters.
Collars.
Rings.
Snaps.
Buckles.
Hame Straps.
COIMflGMTISOS
DAVID AOIER J SONS
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