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About Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1906)
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VOL. I ,
LEXINGTON, OREGON, THURSDAY JUNK 7, 1906
Curlou Vorlfluation of Prophecies
Hero are Spangler's prophecies for
1906, published at the beginning of
the year in the New York World. .
The dissolution of Russia.
The overthrow of Turkey. ,
The assasstrlatlon of the Czar of
The assassination of the Sultan of
The prevention of three wars by
A protracted race war in the south.
Destructive spring floods in the Uni
ted States. ,
., A destructive eruption of Mount Ve
suvius. : The activity of Mounts Pelee and
Volcanic eruptions In all parts of the
The eruption of many volcanoes
mow supposed to be extinct.
Great loss of life at sea by storm
Destruction of two Western cities
Earthquakes in all parts of the
Destructive earhquakes in Calfornia
and the Philippines.
Rebellion in Spain.
Great disturbances all over Europe.
The summer of 1906 will be hot and
movements, which are to overcome In
a great degree the present spirit of
graft and commercialism.
The United States will continue as
a Vbrld power and the leader of other
Pennsylvania Is to have an adminis
tration of the people, and the discover
ies of corruption will be discovered
which will drive sorfte of the guilty to
suicide. . ' '
God will wreck terrible vengeance
upon the Russians for the massacre of
- W. P. McMillan went to The Dalfes
Tuesday to make final proof on his
homestead. F. M. Parker, and Gus
McMillan accompanied him as wit
nesses. The destruction, of San Francisco
sho'w given in the Congrational church
last evening is said, by those who at-
i tended, to be about the poorest enter
tainment that ever struck our town.
Calvin C. Kocher, who has had
charge of the Lexington Meat Market
the past month, left yesterday for his
home at Canby. Geo. Watson, of
Michigan, is the new man in charge.
FOR SALE Cheap. Quarter sec
tion lanH in frv 21. Tn. I N R OS
sultry throughout the' temperate zone, S1pe to north and east. All cul-
wish extensive death rate.
Christ will make his spirit felt a
mong the people of the United States
tivatable land. Now under plow.
:. W. S. Wharton.
A blaze In a manure pile near J.
and England, in which countries there B. Carmichael's barn' called the fire
; are to be fervent religious.. ard pcJicaL-coippany out last -Saturday. The, toys.
responded promptly and made a quick
run. Chas Beymer is allright on the
bell cord. .
R. C. Warren and S. E. Lee have
formed a partnership under the firm
name of Warren & Leewho will han
dle a general line of agricultural im
plements Including threshers, well
drills and gasoline engines.
The'. Portland Newspaper Union
wired The Wheatfield that on account
of the washouts on the main line they
could not ship the ready prints, so we
are compelled to furnish our subscrib
ers with a half sheet this week.,
The Ice cream stand at the Con
gregational church Monday afternoon
2nd evening, vas successful In every
respect. The net proceeds amounting
to $36.40. The ladies, of the church
desire to thank everyone for their "as
sistance and patronage, i
The merchants of Lexington would
be Very thankful to the farmers if they
would bring in their produce and do
their trading a few days before the
band picnic on June 2JL This will
give the merchant an opportunity to
SiJCW CUKK FOR KPir.EPSY
- J. B. Waterman, of Watertown, 0.,
Rural free delivery, writes; "My daugh
ter, afflicted for years with epilepsy, was
cured by Dr. King's New Life Pills
She has not had an attack' for over two
years." Best body cleansers and life
giving tonic pills on earthy 23c at W.
P. McMillan's drug stars'.'
visit with the farmer and enjoy the
The Wheatfield has just dbmpleted
arrangements with the Oregon Journal
whereby we' are able to furnish the
Oregon Daily Journal, including the
Sunday' issue,' and The Wheatfield,
one year $7. The Daily Journal and
Wheatfieid one year $5. The Semi
Weekly Journal and The Wheatfield
one year $1.75.
Many of the largest advertisers in
the country have come to the con
clusion that out of door advertising
is a waste of money and that no re
sults come from the placing of signs
on hillsides and in all sorts of con
spicuous places. The concerns that
do that sort of work are curtailing
expenses, knowing veil that the be
ginnipg of the end of their business
is at hand. In addition to this there
is a decided movement all over the
country to do nway with the bill
board honoV,' the argument against
it being it3 hideousness and the
marring effect on the scenery in the
rural districts and its damage to
contiguous property in the cities.
Rochester Union and Advertiser.
A Small Mueloian.
Jn the sunny south, at tho river's mouth.
Sat a crab by the sounding sea,
And he played him a tune by the light of
the moon, t
For a fiddler.crab was he.
r -St. Nicholas.
lOJld TENNJ5SKJ5 FIUHT,
For twenty years V. L, Rawls, of
Bells, Tenn., fought nasal catarrh. He
writes; -"The swelling and soreness in
side my nose was fearful, till I began
applying Bucklen's Arnica Salve to the
sore surface; this caused the soreness
and swelling to disappear, never to re
turn." Best salve in existence. 25c at
W P,.Mc.Millan's drug store.
The Magic Seed Box.
Procure a large pill box and push
the bottom ia a little way: then get
some gum and stick a small portion
of canary or other seed on the bot
tom so as to make it appear a full
box. Obtain a small bag with a little
seed in it and pretend to fill the Lor,
but instead of doing so only bring
out a little seed on the bottom. Aft
erward rub the loose seed off, and
the audience, seeing the seed that is
fast on, will naturally think the box
is full. Then take the box in the
right hand, a cap ov hat in-the left
hand and cover the box and show
the emntv side. Again cover the box
and say: "Presto! Come back!"
Turn the ho'x and show the fail side.
I OLEISIHCE 'SALE. "Sr
Manv uice Hats to offer, far below, cost. Call 'before
they are all gone. (
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up our oiock iar ueiow c"st oi lvianuiacture.
SHOESwe have those to offer at 50cts. which cost at
least $2.50 to $3.00 to make, they must go in
order to make room for new goods.
I DRESS GOODS $1.50' values at 95 cents,. $1.00 values
at GO cents, 75 cent valuer at 40 cents, Go. cent
1 values at 40 cents, 50 cent values at 30 cents, we
must let them go at spine price.
We keep every thing you use, ent and wear and buy as
GREAT values in Laces of all kinds, Imbroideries, etc.
LADIE'S Wash Skirts one half price. Ladie's Waists
one half price, just-one-half what these have for
mally sold at. We are determined to clean up our
Will mmls COPYRIGHT I90J
M mS CLOTHING CO.
GENTS Nice Neat Filling
. Suits, Coat Vest and Pants
for the Low Price of $4.45
Just think' of IT. .
THE Very Latest Children
and Boys Suits for $2.45.
CALL andv let us show you
Goods and Prices that ,
will simply astonish .
you. ' ' '" ;
BOYS Shirts from 35 cents up
MEN'S Shirts from 50 cts. up
close as auy;store in Morrowcounty, we own O-ZX
buuclings ana are in a position to handle out- busi- 0i
uess right and at a close margin. We take as much
pains with a small order and give it tlia same at- W-
tentioa as Ave do any of our4 large customers. We V-
aim to handle the best of everything, give us a
chance to figure with you we can do you good.
WE have just received some new Spring Work Eugg
Hacks. Don't buy a vehicle till you see ours and I
HARNESS is advancing every day, we have bought
ahead and can give you the advantage of the raise.
This is no small item, harness that are high today (0
will look cheap in three months from now, leath
advancing every day. BUY NOW.
HARDWARE is advancing in some lines, we are pre
pared to take care of you in this line to. Come and