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About Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1906)
LEXINGTON GROWS WITHOUT WATCHING
LEXINGTON, OREGON, THURSDAY OCTOBER 18, 1906
The snake eating contest which vas
to have ben pulled off last Saturday
evenlnf, vas stoppei by Sheriff Shutt.
W. H. Franch, of Hardman, Vas In
the city today. Mr. French states
that he haa wheat up nov four Inches
In helfht and making rapid growth.
Upon complaint of Sheriff Shutt
five saloon man of Htppner were fined
$10 ch In tha recorder's court,
Monday, for ylolatlon of tha Sunday
0. E. Farnaworth returned Satur
day evening from Welser, Idaho. Mr.
Farnsworth while at Welser closed out
his stock Interests there by selling
4400 head of sheep to F. C. Oxman.
Mr, Farnaworth Is now out of the
sheep buslneaa for the first time In 31
Geo. Vincent was brought In from
his Butter creek home Tuesday, for
medical attention. Mr. Vincent has
been suffering with very poor health
for a long tlma and Is now vary feeble.
At times his mind wanders and It was
thought best to travel with him tn
hopes of benefitting his haalth. J. L.
Howard left with him this morning.
Mr. Vincent Is one of Morrow county's
well known and highly respected citi
zens and Is a man with many friends
who hope to see him soon regain his
Vavrm Hnvarrf solrt this "week his
flna stock ranch, consisting of 1000
acrei, to H. W. Fell, of Prescott,
Wash. The , consideration vas
$10,000. The ranch Is located about
fifteen miles south of Heppner ana" Is
considered good buy at the price for
which It was sold,
Henry Blackman returned last veek
from Pendleton and Spokane where he
has been attending fairs the past two
weeks. , He speaks very favorably of
the Umatilla-Morrow fair. His prin
cipal business at Spokane was to look
after some mining properties, taking
In the fair as a aide attraction.
Alfred L. Ayers was In the latter
part of the veek to look after the re
moval of a 1 00 horse power boiler and
ta Mra. Alexander, of Carey, Me., vho
haa found Dr. Klnf'e New Life Pills to
ba tha bast ramady aha ever tried for
keeping tha Stomach. Liver and Bov
ala In perfect ordar. You'll agree vlth
her If you try thaia palnleae purifiers
that Infuse new Ufa. Guaranteed by
W. P. McMillan, druggist. Price 25c.
engine to replace the old ones at the
Parker mill, south of Hardman, His
old machinery became altogether too
Inadequate to handle his increasing
business In the lumber trade, hence
the necessity for more powerful ma
Frank Roberts was a passenger
Monday for Portland, where he went
to place his patent car ventilator be
fore prominent railroad officials. Mr.
Roberts' ventilator Is In the shape of
a fan, which Is operated by the motion
of the train. It is a very effective
contrivance for the purpose it Is Intend
ed, and no doubt Mr. Roberts will suc
ceed In convincing the railroad people
of Its usefulness as a car ventilator.
AH AWTVX. COCOH CCKKD
"Two years ago our little girl had a
touch of pneumonia, which left her
with an awful caugh. She had spells
of caughlng, just like one with the
whooping cough and some thought she
would not get well at all.' We got a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
which acted like a charm. She stop
ped caughing and got stout and fat,"
writes Mrs. Ora Bussard, Brubaker,
III. This remedy Is for sale by W. P.
McMillan's Drug Storev
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Get Your Name on
The Wheatfield List
& IMJ EA!X A COLD
It to fiu&ouc for ik curae ti can !
vcyn be dapeadod upon. It ecuo
toraota my Ushaerxy at a eold
to remit in pneumonia.
Salt Lake, Denver, Kansas
City, Chicago, St. Louis.
Ocean Stanmora tor SanKrHiioUi !'
Portland at 8 P. IT. cvory fli 'ti !.
Tlckta to and from all point of I h. ' 11 i t-
d States and Knrojir.
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 a!'
points East and West.
A. L. CRAIG. 3 A.
LEACH BROTHERS GREAT OCTOBER 1
BARGAIN SALES--BETTER TAKE ADVANTAGE
Special sale on Cotton Blankets. We offer you a fine double
Cotton Blanket for 75 cents. A little wider and heavier Blanket
for 85 cents. 4 and 5 pound Blankets from $1.25 to $1.75.
Special fine lot of Ladies Rain Coats just arrived. Value from
$12.50 to $20.00. We are offering on account of short crops at
prices that will simply astonish you, from $5. to $12.50.
Special on Ladies 15 cent black cotton hose, per pair, 10 cents
Wall Paper stock is complete and prices are correct.
We can save you, money on your fall order for groceries. Cll
and see and take advantage.
Hardware? Yes, we sell a little hardware too.
In Paints and Oils we can -furnish you anything you want at
Don't averlook us when you want Implements and Vehicles,
remembering that we sell everything you use, eat and wear.
CLOTHING PRICE TO MOVE THEM
$ 5.00 Suits for - - - - $ 3.75
6.00 " " - ' - - - - 4 50
7.00 ' " " . - - - - 5.25
9.00 " " - - .. . 6.75
10.00 " - - - - 8.50
12.00 " " - - - ... 9.00
14.00 " " - - - . - 10.50
15.00 "--' - - 11.25
16.00 " " - - , - - 12.00
17.00 " " - - - 12.75
18.00 " " - .- - 13.50
20.00 " - - - . 15.00
All Boys and Childrens clothing 1-4 off.
"For cash of course"
CAR POTATOES' .
Just received $1.50 per 100
Onions $1.75 per sack
. 15 cents each.
Heppuer Flour $1.05
SPECIAL SALE ON OUTINGS
6 1-4 cent grades at
8 1-3 " "
20 " 1 u (
12 1-2 " " "
16 2-3 " " "
All wool dress goods at
$1.25 per sack.
We hare 50 dozen school
handkerchiefs at 1 cent each.
Large Line Men's dress and work shirts $1.00 to $1.50
bpecial at - ... jrjc
All Lace Cifrtains at
Above Prices are for "Cash Only."
tit Ae 3$ia Store