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About Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1906)
LEXINGTON GROWS WITHOUT WATCHING
LEXINGTON, OREGON, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 15, 1906
CHAFF FROM THE STRAW STACK
They may laugh who win.
East or West, homo Is best.
Every fool wants to give advice.
He li a man who acts like a man.
For one pleasure a thousand pains.
Gluttony kills more thaa the sword.
A lost good name is never retrieved.
Everyone feels that his own burden
Every bird thinks Its own nest Is
Nevr write your own- remarki on a
He is a worthless being, who lives
only for himself.
Fair, good, rich and wise Is a wo
man four stories high.
In every rank, great Or small, 'tis
Industry supports us all.
The man without an idea generally,
has the greatest Idei of himself.
When you are about doing a dishon
orable act, consider what the world will
think of you when it Is completed.
A man, vho does not examine his
own conduct, will be sure to find some
good natured friends ready to do it for
Somebody says there is a decided
difference between perseverance and
and obstiriancy. One Is a strong will
and the other Is a strong won't.
Yes, Lexington grows. You don't
have to watch it. ; -
J. T. McMillan had his subscription
date put one year ahead, last Friday.
FOUND The best place in Morrow
county to get commercial printing Is
at The Wheatfield Printery.
A cold taken at this time of the
year is generally hard to get rid of but
it will not be able to withstand Bee's
Laxative Honey and Tar. That wi 1
cure all colds, coughs, croup, whooping
cough, etc, by driving them out through
the bowels. If you have a cold, try it
and if not cured get your money back
No opiates. Sold by W. P. McMillan's
Salt Lake, Denver, Kansas
City, Chicago, St. Louis,
Tlckti to and from all point of the Unit
ed State and Europe,
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 Lino trains for all
" points East and West
- Wm. McMjjrray, G) P. A.
Lb u A
IS PROVING A DECIDED
The prices quoted are self evidence.- Everything is
reduced, many articles are not mentioned but
all go . at the same per 'cent.
Sugar, 100 lbs best cane dry grnnulated j $5.65
Beet isugar 14c per sack less
(Sugar prices subject to market changes)
Potatoes, per sack . - .25
Rice, 15 pounds for . - - - 1.00
Beans, 20 " - - - 1.00
Prunes, 20 " - - - 1.00
" largery per pound --- ' 6 1-2
$2 25 Gloves at
1 75 "
All Shoes to go at a
uwut nv vivimiig aim i itu
BREAKFAST CEREALS v
Five Minute Mush 12 1-2 now 11
Force ' - 20 " 16
Malta Vita - 20 " 16
Cream of Wheat -. 20 " 15
Postum - - 25 " 23
Fig Prune - 25 " 23
Columbia Oats - 35 " 31
Golden Gate Tea
M & M Tea
50 now 45
60- " 54
50 " 46
PRODUCE TAKEN SAME
eacfi 3$ roth
and everyone is sure that we
Al IT rsrr di
Star Tobacco, per pound
Horse Shoe Tobacco, per pound
Spear Head Tobacco, per pound
Aral & Hammer Soda, per pound
Canned Corn, per can
Canned Tomatoes, per can
Canned Table Fruits, per can
All Baking Powders reduced
$125 Comforts - 95.
1 40 I " - - 1 10
2 00 " - - 1 G5
Wool Dress Goods
The entire line at actual cost
v Outing Flannels
get the same price, at cost. We
have a large line.
New Home Sewing Machines at
cost'. See them.
orice that voucan see that is
o i vucijt iu vvtai guuuot
Arbuckles 6 lbs for
Lyon 6 lbs for
25 now 23
25 " 23
20 " 18
16 2-3 "15
12 l-2c grade now 10c double roll
20c grade now 14c per double roll
25c " 19c " " - "
35c " " 28c " " "
40c " " 32c " " u
50c " 43c " " "
ic i ivi c-ce
1 50 "
75 " -
$G 00 Blankets
4 75 " ' ' -4
3 75 "
rierht. Do not fail to ask
tiuiio, yuuu vvvUit i iuiot utxvi
SOAP AND LYE-
;' -i ,.(: t ' :
All 5c Wash Soaps now ' 4c
All 5c Toilet Soaps now . ' 4c
All 6c Toilet Soaps now . 5c
All 10c Toilet Soaps now 7c
Babits Lye .. 10c now 9c
Gold Dust " ' 25c "21
Sea Foam 5c " 4c
20 Mule Borax 2Q " U
AH Potted Meats are reduced ,
Cheese, Best Cream 20c now 18c