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About Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1906)
GENTRY'S BARBER SHOP
J. E. GENTRY, Proprietor.
FIRST CLASS SHAVING AND HAIRCUTTING i
h'nt for Cresent Steam Laundry
Shop one door west Lexington Bank
f"XINGTON, - - OREGON.
thirst National SBank of Oeppner
Capital Stuck $50,000.
Surplus and unrliuia'ed profits $70,000
C. A. RHEA, - President
T. A. RHEA, Vice-President
G. W. CONSER, - Cashier
E. L. FREELAND, Ass't Csh'r
Transacts a General Banking Business
Four per cent paid on Time Deposits
EXCHANGE ON ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD BOUGHT AND SOLD
Collections made on all points at reasonable terms.
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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
1 60 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.
$10 per acre.
All farm land.
80 Acres 2 miles from station. 40 acres alfalfa land
buildings. Cheap, see me. '
320 Acre3 4 miles from station. Good house and barn, wind-
"1 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, DentUt, Heppner
Sheriff Shutt vas seen on our streets
Jack Lane is able to be on the
Boost Lexington the best town in
Rev. J. C. White went to Walla
Walla Tuesday last.
L. W. Hill was in from his Sand
Hollow ranch yesterday.
J. A. Cresswell spent a few days in
Lexington the past week.
A. K. Fullers residence will scon be
quipped with electric lights.
E. E. Thomas is preparing to have
electric lights installed In his residence.
Grain receipts at Lexington will ex
ceed the estimates of a few weeks ago.
Monte Hunter returned last Thurs
day from a two weeks visit in Portland.
The casing for the creamery well
arrived Tuesday and work has been
MesdameSFred Benge and R. J.
Howard were Heppner visitors last
Mrs. A. P. Lyon, of Tygh Valley,
Is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J.
A son arrived at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Wm, Sutherland, last Men
Now is a good time to start that
city park and have everything ready
for next season.
Get your stationery at the Wheatfield
Printery and your business will never
C. A. Morey made the printer smile
Monday last by handing in another
dollar on subscription.
FOUND The best place in Morrow
county to get commercial printing is
at The Wheatfield Printery.
Mrs. 0. T. Ferguson and two child
ren, of Sveet Home, are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ferguson.
Mrs. E. Thompson departed -Monday
last for an extended visit with re
latives at Dayton and Walla Walla.
Beginning next Sunday there will be
preaching at the M. E. Church South
every first, second and fourth Sunday.
H. E. Burchell and wife returned
last Saturday from a thre weeks visit
with relatives in Portland and Hills
boro. Dr. Fred Hunter, son of Dr. R. C.
Hunter, is now one of the regular
physicians in the hospital at Hoquiam,
There will be preaching at the M.
E. Church South next Sunday morn
ing and evening by the pastor, Rev. T.
Prof. R. B. Wilcox has become
tired of depending on coal oil for lights
and will soon have h! residence wired
for electric lights.
Hereafter Rev. T. P. Graham will
hold services at Liberty every third
Sunday, morning and evening, Instead
of the first Sunday.
A. J. Calkin left last Monday for
Vancouver, Wash , for a few weeks
visit with relatives. He orders The
Wheatfield sent to him there.
The Portland Journal of last Sunday
contained n picture of the crew of
strike breakers in Portland. Orville
Brown was shown to be one of the
Art Parker had the misfortune to be
the recipient of a hard kick from a
horse, last week. Art thinks this is
one kind of kickers that he would rath
',x leavt alone. j
The residence of J. B. Carmichael
is being wired, this week, foi electric
lights. Lexington people are finding
that electric lights are a neccessity
and not a luxury.
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
County Clerk V. 0. Hill passed
through town last Saturday enroute to
Heppner Junction, vhere he expected
to meet his wife, who was returning
from a visit at Walla Walla
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 vill be forwarded to Miss Aud
ry Woolery, at lone.
L. A. Furdy, brother of Mrs. S. A.
Thomas, arrived from Portland last
Saturday evening and wi(J spend the
winter in Lexington.' Our little daugh
ter, Mardie, who has spent ?he past
six months with her grandparents, ac
compained him home.
The Gazette man thinks we are apt
to be placed in the same ward with
the lone Proclaimer. We do not care
to enter into a dispute with Bro. War
nock since we learned of his pugilistic
record. We are afraid we would lose
our prestige as a shining light.
The Wheatfield is in receipt of a
copy of the anniversary number of the
Hood River News-Letter. This edi
tion is printed on a good grade of cal
andered paper and is brim full of In
teresting matter and half tones de
scriptive of Hood River and the valley
that produces the world famous fruits.
This issue is a credit to the editor, E.
R. Bradley, and to the business inter
ests of Hood River.
Word was received last Friday that
Edgar D. Leach died Thursday morn
ing, October 4th, at their home near
Salem. E. D. Leach was among the
pioneers in Morrow county and moved
to Salem June 4th last. He had
been In poor health for some time and
the next day after arriving at Salem
was operated on for cancer of the
stomach, from which he never rallied.
Mr. Leach was a member of Lexing
ton lodge No. 168, I. 0. 0. F. He
has a host of friends here who extend
sympathy to the widow and bereaved
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 St 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 of September, 1906.
R. C. Warren,
S. E. Lee.
Wharton buys wheat and barley.
Market quotations received daily. E.
D. Brown will represent me at Lex
ington. ( Phone or call on him for
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such injuries entail. For sale by W.
P. McMillan's Drug Store.
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"pHIS 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 coupon's 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.
A. J. CALKIN
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
This Space Reserved For
W: G. SCOTT & CO.
f Lexington, Oregon.
ONE YEAR ONE DOLLAR