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About Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1906)
ME LEXINGTON IECTFIELD "
Published Every Thursday
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S. A. THOMAS,
Editor and Proprietor.
OFFICIAL PAPER TOWN OF LEXINGTON
Subscription, per year, - $1 .00
Advertising rates on Application
Entered as second-class matter October
6, 1905, at the post office at Lexington, Or
egon, under the Act cf Congress of March
THURSDAY JUnE 7, 1906.
Last Monday was election day in
Lexington and according to the time
honored custom adopted by all regular
and well governed newspapers we are
compelled to state that it passed off
quietly. Lexington precinct polled a
good vote, in fact one of the heaviest
in the history of the precinct. The
entire republican ticket received good
majorities with the single exception of
governor. Every constitutional amend
ment except Equal Suffrage was car
ried by safe majorities. On the local
option question the was 32 for and 79
against the measure. The following
precinct officers were elected, Justice
of the Peace, J. M. White; Constable,
, Homer Ferguson. The following
shows the unofficial total vote of the
For Senator, regular term, Bourne
599, Gearin399, Paget 85,Simola 81;
short term, Gould 131, Mulkey 739,
Stevens 180; Governor, Amos 46,
Barzee 92, Chamberlain 532, Withy
combe 529; Supreme Judge, Bright
72, Eakin 606, Hailey 423, Robbins
1 12; Secretary of State, Benson 681,
Brown 128, McDaniel 78, Sroat 259;
State Treasurer, Butler 79, Cook 121,
Matlock 294, Steel 638; Superinten
dent Public Instruction Ackerman 771,
Hosmer, 164, Sheak 117; Attorney
General, Brix 131, Crawford 670, Mil
ler 260, Rutherford 74; State Printer,
Cooper 129, Dunniway 672, Hawk 64,
Taylor 314; Commissioner of Labor,
Ho.'f 752, Richards 242; Represena
tive to Congress, Ellis 647, Graham
312, Paul 116, Stone 83; Circuit
Judge, Bean 603, Siillman 495; Joint
Senator, Cole 617, Pierce 365, Swift
157; Representative, Gay 210, Hadley
202, Slusher 672; Sheriff, Aiken 191,
McGee'282, Shutt 705; Clerk, Akers
543, Hill 852; Treasurer, Gibson 1 18,
Noble 881, Scrivner 97; Commission
er, Adkins 282, Burroughs 157, Griffin
633; Surveyor, Heath 362; Prohibi
tion, Yes 451, No 513
The 0. R. & N. announce the fol
lowing one vay special rates from prin
cipal points hsted below to Lexington.
For points not listed or other Informa
tion call on any 0. R. k N. agent or
write A. L Cratg, G. P. A.. Portland.
Bristol, Tenn ..$48 00
Boston, Mass. .. 49 80
Chicago, III 32 90
Cleveland, 0 39 90
DesMotnes, 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.
Will be paid to anyone for the de
livery of one grey horse, strayed from
my ranch summer of 1904, a little ov
er one year old when left, is now three
years old. Branded on r'2 stifle,
has a little white in face and a small
scar on shoulder from wire cut when
colt If anyone has taken up or finds
the above described horse and will de
liver same to me will receive the a
bove reward, or if anyone has bought
the above described horse from anyone
claiming this brand, and can. prove
same will give a little better reward.
W. F. Barnett,
' Lexington, Oregon.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing between
J. H. Chapman and C. H. Beymer,
under the firm name of J. H Chap
man &. Co., has this day been dissolv
ed. J H. Chapman will continue the
business and pay all bills against said
firm. All accounts due said firm are
to be collected by C. H. Beymer.
Dated at Lexington, Oregon, this
21st day of May, 1906.
J. H. Chapman,
C. H, Beymer.
HOW TO BUKAK UP A COLD
It may be a surprise' to many to
learn that a severe cold can be com
pletely broken up in one or two days'
time. The first symptoms of a cold
are a dry, loud cough, a profuse watery
discharge from the nose, and a thin,
white coating on the tongue. When
Chamberlain's cough remedy is taken
every hour on the first appearance of
these symptoms. It counteracts the ef
fect of the cold and restores the sys
tem to a healthy condition within a day
or two. For sale by W. P. McMillan.
STOCKHOLM BUS B1E.KTINO
Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing of the stockholders of the Lexing
ton Creamery Association will be held
on Saturday, June 30, 1906, in the
city hall, in Lexington, Oregon, at I
o'clock p m. '
W. E. Leach,
A M1KACULOUS CUKK.
The following statement by H. M.
Adams and wife, Henrietta, Pa., will
interest parents and others. "A mirac
ulous cure has taken place in our home
Our child had eczema 5 years and was
pronounced incurable, when we read
about Electric Bitters, and concluded
to try it. Before the second bottle was
all taken we noticed a change for the
better, and after taking 7 bottles he
was completely cured." It's the up-to
date blood medicine and body building
tonic. Guaranteed. 50c and $1 .00 at
W. P. McMillan's drug store.
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We have a complete line of hard
ware consisting of a full line of Gran
iteware an all cooking utensils, also
tinware. Before purchasing a stove
come and see the Charter Oak.
Men's and Boys Golf and Negligee Shirts, all sizes, new and up-to-date.
Many different styles to choose from and we make yon special prices.
'Ladie's Linen Dusters, come and see them before buying material to make IS
one. They are just what you need in the dust. O
Ladie's muslin gowns, neatly trimmed with tucks, insertion and embroidery
Special prices OOcents to $1.75.
Q Muslin Skirts trimmed with lace and embroidery
Special price $1.25 to $3.50
We save you money, our expenses are small, we buy careful and look after,
Q the wants of pur customers..
TT & CO.
' - OREGON
There are many people who have
used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid
results, but who are unknown because
they have hesitated about giving' a
testimonial of their experience for pub
lication. These people, however, are
none the friends of this remedy. They
have done much toward making it a
household word by their personal , re
commendations to friends and neigh
bors. It Is a good medicine to have
in the home and Is widely known for
its cures, of diarrhoea and all forms of
bowel trouble. For sale by W. P. McMillan.
..THE PASTIME. . .
J.. V. GRIMES, Proprietor.
CANDIES, NUTS, FRUITS, CIGARS, TO- K
BACCO,. SOFT DRINKS, POOL AND
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w Lexington, - - - , Oregon g
A. J. CALKIN....
Watchmaker and Registered
Salt Lake, Denver, Kansas
City, Chicago, St- Louis,
Ocean Steamevi for HnnFrimrliioo leave
Portland at 8 P. M. every II fill day.
Tioktl to anil from all point of the Unlt-
- eil Statei and Europe.
Trains Leave Lexington, Dally, ex
cept Sunday, - 9:25 A. M.
Trains Arrive at Lexington, Daily, ex
cept Sunday - o.iu r . m.
Trains Connect at Heppner Junction
with Main Line trains for all
points East and West. ,
) " A.'L. CRAIG, G.P. A.
Alii Work Guaranteed
Repairing a Specialty
Lexington, - Oregon
THEM. W. OF A .Excelsior Carap.
No. 9873, meet in Artisan. Hall evary
4th Tuesday night of the month.
E. E. Thomas. F. F. Klite.
Clerk. V. C.
5 JOS, BURGOYNE, Proprietor g
6 Manufacturers of, &
Flour Graham Flour a
Hjf Whole Wheat Flour $
Rolled Barley - Mill Feed
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I LEXINGTON, - - - OREGON
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J. H. CHAPMAN & CO.,- Props
FRESH BEER ALWAYS ON DRAUGHT'
r GOOD POOL TABLE IN CONNECTION
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I JOHN B. WHITE 5
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