THE LEXINGTON WHEATF1ELD Published Every Thursday at LEXINGTON, OREGON S. A. THOMAS, IdlUr and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER TOWN OF LEXHf TOR Subscription, per year, - $1.03 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 3, 1879. THURSDAY JUNE 14, 1906. The 0. R. & N. announce tho 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 0. R. & N. agent or write A. L. Craig, G. P. A., Portland, Oregon: Bristol, Tenn $48 00 Boston, Mass.- 49 80 Chicago, 111 32 90 Clereland. 0 39 90 DeaMotnes, la .. 28 90 Memphis. Tenn 37 40 Pittsburg. Pa St Louis, Mo . . . . - Kansas City, Mo St. Joe, Mo.-. ... : Omaha, Neb ........ Sioux City, la St. Paul, Minn COUNCIL PUOCUKIMNGS. June 11, 1906. Council met in regular session, May or W. G. Scott presiding. Present councilmen W. P. McMillan, E. D. McMillan, W. E. Leach and A. K. Fuller, John B. White, Recorder, s Minutes of last meeting read and approved. On motion resignation of E, D. Leach was accepted and John B. White was appointed Recorder. , On motion resignation ' of W. E. Leach was accepted and R. L. Benge was appointed Councilman. On motion resignation of W. G. Scott was accepted and W. E. Leach was appointed Mayor. Petition of J. H. Chapman & Co, for liquor license was read and approv ed and license ordered Issued on pay ment of the fee. ' On motion resignation of N. S. Phelps was accepted and Homer Fer guson was appointed Marshall. On motion water bill of W. G. Scott was allowed and ordered paid. : On motion bill of $80 was allowed the Lexington Electric Co., balance of bill 'was laid over for explanation. On motion council adjourned. J. B. White, Recorder., A LETTER Heppner, June 12, 1906. Editor Wheatfield: I wish, through the medium of your paper, to thank the people of Lexing ton who kindly aided me in my recent contest for the Oregonian Yellowstone Park trip. All aid and favors that were rendered are appreciated by my self and family. i Very sincerely yours, Ona V. Gilliam LOCAL NEWS This part of Morrow county will har vest a good crop of grain this season. The recent drouth damaged the crop considerably, yet we will market as much as last season. ORWOE HOIplJNE andUMGHPACITIC 41 90 29 90 24 90 24 90 24 90 24 90 24 90 " Money can be depolted with any 0. R. & N. agent and ticket furnished passenger in the east. $25.00 REWARD 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 j on right 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- i 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. 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 BBJSAK 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 KKS MEJ4TINO Notice is hereby given that a meet ing of the stockholders of the Lexing ton Creamery Associatipn will be held on Saturday, June 30, 1906, in the city hall, in Lexington, Oregon, at 1 o'clock p m. W. E. Leach, Temporary Secretary. A MIKACULOUS 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. TO Salt Lake, Denver, Kansas City, Chicago, St-" Louis, New York. Ooeitn 8teaiiitr tor SitiiKrwiMilftco lnnve 1'ortlaml at 8 1. M. every flflh day. Tlckta to and from all point or the Unit' ed State and Kurope. Trains Leave Lexington, Daily, ex- , cept Sunday, - 9:25 A, M Trains Arrive at Lexington, Daily, ex cept Sunday - 5:10 P.M. Trains Connect at Heppner Junction . . with Main Line trains for all points East and West. 301 I O " IOIIOfrv WARnAARF O We have a complete line of hard ware consisting of a full line of Gran iteware in ail cooking utensils, also tinware. Before purchasing a stove come and see the Charter Oak. Men's and Boys Golf and Negligee Shirts, all size., new and up-to-date. Many different styles to choose from and we make yon special prices. Ladle's Linen Dusters, come and see them before buviusr material to in.iko ) one. They are just what you need in the dust. Ladie's muslin gowns, neatly trimmed with tucks, insertion and embroidery , Special prices 90cents to $1.75. O 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 our customers. W. F. BARNETT ft CO. V LEXINGTON, OREGON 2 Ql 10 UNKNOWN FRIENDS. 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 tovard making it a household word by their personal re commendations to friends and neigh bors. 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