Image provided by: Morrow County Museum; Heppner, OR
About Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1906)
GENTRY'S BARBER SHOP
J. E. GENTRY, Proprietor.
FHST CLASS SHAVING AND HAIRCUTTING
joat for Crescnt Steam Laundry
Sliop. ouc door west Lexington Bank
f'XINGTON, - - OREGON.
X LEXINGTON, OREGON
vy i; J-j) -J)
y f National SBank of Jfeppner
Capital Stock $30,000.
Surplus and undivided profits $70,000
C.'A. RHEA, - President
T. A. RHEA, Vice-President
G.'W. CONSER, - Cashier
E. L. FREELAND, Ass't Csh'r
9 Transacts a General Banking Business
Four per cent paid on Time Deposits
EXCHANGE ON ALL PARTS OF THE tfORLD BOUGHT AND SOLD
Collections made on all points at reasonable terms.
W ssssanxjeemmimA. ? iii jntl Assoc A
.1 r y l 8 3
80 Acres 4 miles from station. All wheat land. A great bar
gain at $20. per acre.
160 Acres 8 miles from railroad station. "$16 per acre.
320 Acres 2 miles from station, good well. This won't keep
long at $22 50 per acre
160 Acres 3 miles from railroad station, running water. A
snap for someone, See me.
3000 Acres 15 miles from station, running water. All tillable,
goes at $10. per acre.
640 Acres 12 miles from railroad station. All farm land.
$10 per acre.
80 Acres 2 miles from station. 40 acres alfalfa land. Good
buildings. Cheap, see me.
320 Acres 4 miles from station. Good house and barn, wind-
ill mill and water system, .All under cultivation,
160 Acres 4 miles from station. All in grain, $16 per acre.
I have a number of Town Lots in Lexington to sell cheap. They
are all well located and good building sites.
Call on or address me at
Dr. M. A. Leach, Dentist. Heppner
Flour 95 cents per sack at the
W. F. Barnett & Co. have a new
Wheat is coming In quite rapidly
Leach Bros, have a change of ad
in this Issue.
Boost Lexington the best town in
Morrow county. ,
Rev. Graham returned yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. J.'H. Chapman drove,
to Heppner Friday.
Mr, and Mrs. E. L, Reaney spent
Monday In Heppner.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Reaney were
Heppner visitors Monday. -
Frank Engleman, of lone, was a
Lexington visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. Mac Clark, of Heppner, is
visiting in Lexington this week.
Mrs. W. B. McAlister and son.
Marshall, returned Monday evening.
Rev. T. P. Graham has been re
turned to Lexington for another year.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
j Mrs. Lawrence Redding Saturday last.
Mrs. S. E. Lee was looking after
business matters in Heppner Monday.
Jake Booher, of Athena, spent sev
eral days with Lexington relatives last
Orr Brown left last Monday for
Portland where he expects to secure
Mrs. Barfon, of Heppner, is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. A. J.
The skating rink opened In lone last
evening. Of course John White was
H. Stowers, of Strawberry; was
transacting business in Lexington yes
terday. "Hank" Parker is among those
who have made the printer happy the
Ray McAlister, James Cypert 'and
Frank Parker are hauling wood from
Les Langley and family departed
Tuesday for Portland where they will
spend the winter,
Orders were received yesterday
that cars could again be loaded with
grain for Portland.
Get your stationery at the Wheatfield
Printery and your business will never
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Barton, of lone
spent Monday In Lexington, the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lane
FO U 11. DThe best place In Morrow
county to get commercial printing Is
at The Wheatfield Printery.
It Is the gun that Is not loaded that
kills, and it is the dog that doesn't bite
that hangs to the seat of your pants.
Claude White, Mesdames L. S.
Gilbreath and J, E. Gentry and Miss
Sarah White were Heppner visitors
T. L. Dorman, of near lone, was a
Lexington visitor Tuesday. Mr, Dor
man is intending to engage extensive
ly in dairying,
A suitable reward will be paid if the
finder will return to J. E. Gentry, the
ladies gold watch and chain, lost a
bout two weeks ago.
Mrs. B. M. Booher handed us two
dollars last Monday and ordered The
Wheatfield sent to her daughter in
Alberta, another year.
The Wheatfield family is under ob
ligations to Mrs. B. M. Booher for
some nice carrots and string beans.
Mrs. Booher had a fine garden, this
Commencing last Monday, October
I st the Lexington merchants adopted
the cash system. They will be able
to sell goods for less money than they
could under the credit system.
Subscriptions to the Pacific North
west will be received at this office,
Subscription price 50 cents per year,
three years for $ 1 . Subscriptions re
ceived will be forwarded. -to Miss Aud
X'J Woolery, at lone.
E. F, Zaspel, the cash meat man,
Will make regular trips to Lexington
Wednesday and Saturday of each
week. Good fresh meats from 2 to
7 cents a pound. 52tf
Part of the Lexington party that at
tended the Pendleton Fair visited In
Walla Walla before returning. One
of the party says there is no pleasure
in buggy riding on the Walla Walla
streets without a lap robe.
Fuel is getting scarce and there
does not seem to be much prospect cf
a change in the situation. The ship
pers claim they cannot get cars, yet
five empty cars stood on the siding at
this point four days the past week.
Plenty of time to have had' them lead
ed and returned here.
TV Mgi &! Box.
Proccre e large pill box and pntib
the bottom in a little way; then get
some gum and stick a small portion
of canary or other seeS on the bot
tom so as to make it appear a full
box. Obtain a email bag with a little
seed in it and pretend to fill the box,
but instead of doing bo only bring
out a little Beed on the bottom. Aft
erward rub the loose Beed 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 ot hat in the left
hand and cover the box and show
the empty Bide. Again cover the box
and say: "Presto! Come back!"
Turn the box and show the full side.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership existing between R. C.
Warren and S. E. Lee, under the firm
name of Warren & Lee, has this day
been dissolved by mutual consent. S.
E. Lee Will continue the business, col
lect all accounts and pay all bills,
Dated at Lexington, Oregon, this
15th day 0f September, 1906.
R. C. Warren, .
Wharton buys wheat and barley".
Market quotations received daily. E.
D. Brown will represent me at Lex
ington. Phone or call on him for
iz. "3 s fys.t an
jj ii lao " j, 1 XuJ
i-n ONSUKPTIOH Price
J u'l I OUGHSaad EOo&Sl.OO
D OlDS Free Trial.
i Surest and Uuickeat Onr fnr oiT
I tTHKOAT and IAJNO XEOUD-
WOUNDS, BRUISES AND BURNS
By applying an antiseptic dressing
j ' o
to wcunds, bruises, burns and like ln
; juries before inflammation sets in, they
may be healed without maturation and
j in about one-third the time required
by the eld treatment. This is the
, ratest discovery and triumph of mod
ern surgerv. Chamberlain's Pain1
! Balm acts on this same principal. It'
Is an antiseptic and when applied to
such injuries, causes them to heal very
quickly. It also allays the pain and
soreness and prevents any danger of
blood poisoning. Keep a bottle of
Pain Balm in your home and it will
save you time and money, not to men
tion the Inconvenience and suffering
such injuries entail. For sale by W.
P. McMillan's Drug Store.
CUT IT OUT
'T'HIS COUPON will be redeemed by the under
signed for 25 cents on purchases amounting to $10.
or over, and for 10 cents on purchases amounting to $5.
and under $10. Not more than five (5) coupons, number
ed consecutively, will be redeemed from one customer on
one purchase. Purchases are not restricted to any partic
ular line or articles. Patrons may select any goods from
my entire stock of jewelry or optical goods. Articles not
carried in stock will be ordered and coupons accepted same
as if goods were carried in stock.
This is coupon No. 5, and will be redeemed any time be
fore November 1st, 1906.
$ This Space Reserved For
W. G. SCOTT & CO.
Lexingtons Oregon. 2
ONE YEAR ONE DOLLAR