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About Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1906)
LEXINGTON GROWS WITHOUT WATCHING
LEXINGTON, OREGON, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8 1906
CHAFF Tim THE STIA STACK
He has enough who Is content.
Fussy people are social nuisances.
Take time while time Is, for time
Never turn the misfortune of others
He who prizes little things Is worthy
of great ones.
Business may be troublesome, but
Idleness Is pernicious.
Try to be regular and It will soon
become a second nature.
If your wife be a sensible wcman
make her your private secretary.
A billiard-room Is a bad place to g t
your daily bread, yet they always have
a loaf(er), too, there.
Were the Book of Fate laid open to
view, no man would enjoy a moments
peace from the day he lookd'into It.
The difference between an uncleanly
serant and a chicken is that one la a
foul domestic and the other Is a do
mestic foul. .
"Mike, If you meet Pat, tell him to
make haste." "Sure an' I will," said
Mike; "but what shall I tell him If I
don't mate him?"
The cussedness In a boy ts now be
ing removed by an operation on the
brain. The old fashioned way was to
take it out of the hide.
"You dare!" she cried. An angry glow
Across her Jeatures flamed.
He dared, and then she whispered low
"You ought to be ashamed!"
A St Louis woman who was sued
for payment of a costly pair of corsets
will endeavor to prove in court that
they did not fit her snugly. St Louis
is in Missouri, you know.
Almost every town has a character
who sprained his back in 1863, or
thereabouts. He Is physically unable
to work, but he can sit all day on a
hard box In a livery barn playing
checkers, while his wife chases under
breeches up and down the wash board
to keep him in grub and smoking tobacco.
and UH1UI1 KAwnu
Salt Lake, Denver, Kansas
City, Chicago, St- Louis,
Tlckti to nml from all point of the Unit
ed States mid Rurojie,
Trains Leave Lexington,- Daily, ex
cept Sunday, - 9:25 A. M.
Trains Arrive at Lexington, Daily, ex
cept Sunday v- 5:10 P. M.
Trains Connect at Heppner Junction
with Main Line trains for all
points East and West.
Wm. McMurray, G. P. A.
WE HAVE DECIDED TO QUIT BUSINESS
j and are offering every article in our entire stock at reduced prices for cash. Anything
that happens to be the least shelf worn at prices far below cost.
''SEEING IS BELIEVING"
It is impossible to quote the prices-we are offering on the different
line, but we invite you to call and secure prices and convince yourself
f that "Seeing is Believing".
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We are selling on next fall terms on good
$2 25 Gloves at - $1 85
1 75 - - 1 55
1 50 " 1 35
1 35 " -c -i 20
1 25 " i 00
1 00 " . 85
85 . .75
75 " - . G5
G5 " . 55
$1 25 Comforts - $ 95
1 40 " - - 1 10
2 .00 " - - 1 05
Wool Dress Goods
The entire line at actual cost
get the same price, at cost. We
have a large line.
New Home Sewing Machines at
cost. See them.
$1 75 Blankets
$6 00 Blankets
4 75 "
All Shoes to go at a price that you can see that is right. Do not fail to ask
about the Clothing and Men's ready to wear goods, Shirts, Underwear, Hats, and
Pure Cane Granulated Sugar,
(subject to market change)
Castor Machine Oil
$5.65 sack Potatoes , '
Sugar, 17 pounds for
Tobacco, any kind,
This is only a few things we mention to show you we mean business and what
we say is true. "We intend to quit".
COME BEFORE OUR STOCK IS BROKEN
PRODUCE TAKEN SAME AS CASH
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