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About Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1906)
Published Every Thursday
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 OCTOBER 11, 1906.
If the Portland Grain handlers win
in this strike will the Warehouse com
panies make the farmer pay the ad
ditional five cents per hour demanded?
They pay about all of the exporters
expenses now even to buying the sacks
the wheat is exported in and sacking
the grain for export.
Claude White and Miss Sarah
White departed for Moscow, Idaho,
Monday morning. It is expected that
they will be married before returning.
Claude is the oldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. -White and Miss Sarah is
the daughter of Rev. J. C. White, of
Strawberry Both are highly respect
ed young people and The Wheatfield
joins their many friends in good wishes.
By Henry F. Cope.
. Only the hopeful can help.
All joy were but discord without sor
You cannot lift up the t people on
whom you look down.
Only 'a dead creed can be embalm
ed in phrases'
. The cure for your own cares is care
There is nothing heroic in home
The only way to lift life is to lay life
No man loses any of his own light
by kindling it in others.
A man's sensitiveness usually is in
inverse ratio to his service .
The secret of being a saint is being
a saint in secret.
It's no use locking like a lemon when
you talk of loving your neighbor.
They seldom transgress any law who
follow where love leads.
Loan this Wheatfield to your neigh
bor. The Wheatfield is the best for
The only way to make sure of a
clean heart is to watch against the lit
Most of us rather would do a (lot of
regulation abroad than practice a little
righteousness at home.
Judged by some standards pickles
ought to be powerful promoters of
Many think they are defending faith
when they only are fighting against the
necessity of thinking.
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AND OTKE'THfi LIHCS I
with tiff Mmrfe I
Surest and Quickeit Cur for all
THROAT and LUNG TEOTJB.
LES, or MONEY BACK.
Mis Amanda Waid has taken up
th ninth gride work.
The enrollment is steadily increas
ing. Several new pupils have entered
the past week.
Monte Hunter returned from Port
land a few days ago and is again at
his school work.
Anyone wishing to do school work of
any kind will do us a favor by gather
ing together their books and coming to
school. We will try and help out all
we can. That is what we are paid for
and if you wish a little more school
work come and give us a chance and
we will endeavor to help you along.
The first regular meeting of the
Lexington High School club was held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
Brown. The following officers were
elected: President, Miss Mary Gra
ham; Secretary, Miss Ruth Brown.
The evening was spent in playing
games and contesting for prizes.
Those securing prizes were Miss Grace
Cole, Miss Lucy Davis and Marshal
McAlister. The meeting was enjoyed
by all and it Is to be hoped that the
other meetings scheduled for this
winter will progress as nicely.
Wheat hauling is taking the day now.
W. E. Leach drove up Black Horse
F. E. Bell was a Lexington visitor
Mrs E. S. Duran was in Lexington
E. S. Duran has been the sick list
the past two weeks but is improving.
Robert Vanhorn and son Rob, are
on Heppner Flatt this week preparing
to do their fall seeding.
Dave Conner, who is staying on
Black Horse, went to GDOseberry Sun
day returning Monday. .
Mrs. Geo. Mead and daughters,
Etta and Lillian, and two sons, visited
with Mrs. E. D. McMillan Wednesday.
The B. B. & Z. Co. will finish
threshing Friday. , Farmers are feel
ing rather blue on account of the short
A dance was given at Geo. Mead's
last Saturday night. Everyone repor' s
a good time, good supper and good or
der. School started last Monday with
Miss Grace Cypert as teacher. Tl s
is Miss Cypert's first altempt and wc
wish her success.
Ray Judy, of lone, and Bert & rk
and two sisters, Misses Mabel and
Etta, of Social Ridge, attended the
dance at George Mead's Saturday
T. R. Mead received word last week
that his son in Missouri was very low
with consumption and not expected to
live long. Mr. Mead is preparing to
Literary will soon begin at the
Black Horse school house. It will be
on Saturday night as most everybody
knows, and everyone is invited to at
tend and take part in the exercises.
It will commence in November and
continue until spring. We invite the
people of this and surrounding neigh
borhoocs to join us and enjoy a good
A. W. Riter.
NOTI1INU TO FKAH
Mothers need have no hesitancy in
continuing to give Chamberlain's cough
remedy to their little ones, as it con
tains absolutely nothing injurious. This
j remedy is not only perfectly safe to
j give small children, but is a medicine
of great worth and merit. It has a
world wide reputation for its cures of
coughs, colds and croup and can always
b relied upon. For sale by W. P.
IMilWs Drug Store
Read The Wheatfield and be happy.
Gold rain viter ami aoap will re
more machine great.
A little borax in the last rinsing
iter Till make handkerchiefs ea
ier t iron and leak better when
Tea eccti' worth t rvar of lead
in three fallom of toft water will
prerent any color of Wlue from fad
ing in the laundering.
To nine pounds of ripo tomatoes,
peeled and sliced, allow three pounda
of sugar, a pint of vinegar, three ta
blespoonfuls of cinnamon, one and
one-half tablespoonfuls of allspice
and a tablespoonful of cloves; cook
until thick, stirring often to prevent
niMAJl BLOOD JHKKS.
A tale of horror was told by marks
of human blcod in the home of J. W
Williams, a well known merchant of
Bac, Ky. He writes: "Twenty years
ago I had severe hemorrhages of the
lungs, and was near death when I be
gan taking Dr. King's New Discovery.
It completely cured me and I have re
mained well ever since." It cures
Hemorrhages, Chronic Coughs, Settled j
Colds and Bronchitis, and is the only j
known cure for Weak Lungs. Every
bottle guaranteed by W. P. McMillan,
Druggist. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle
Opposite Leach Brothers, store, Mrs, A.
E. Beymer, Prop. Good meals served.
Newly furnished, refitted with hot and
cold water. Strict attention to guests.
Rates one dollar per day and upwards.
F. II. ROBINSON
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Practice in all Courts. Legal business
given prompt and careful attention. Land
Contests, Probate Work and Conveyanc
ing a specialty.
IONE, - OREGON
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JUS. buKbUYNt, Proprietor
Users of Lexington Flour can save the
merchants commission, 40 cents per bar
bell, by coming to the mill for their flour.
Free delivery for town customers every
Special reductions for orders of five bar-
K rels lots or more.
li ...THE PASTIME...
8 ALWAYS OPEN TO AMUSEMENT
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Fruits, Nuts, Confections, and Soft Drinks
Fine Candies a Specialty.
C. W. CHRISTENSON, Proprietor.
J. H. CHAPMAN & CO., Props
FRESH BEER ALWAYS ON DRAUGHT
. GOOD POOL TABLE IN CONNECTION -n
I JOHN B. WHITE
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING $
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
C Work Neatly Executed Charges Reasonable $
j) A full supply of Hardwood, Blacksmith Coal and Blacksmith sup-
V plies always on hand. 'f
$ LEXINGTON, OREGON.
FLOUR MILL 9
BILLIARD AND POOL TABj.ES