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About Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1906)
GENTRY'S BARBER SHOP
J. E. GENTRY, Proprietor. '
FUST CLASS SHAVING AND HAIRCUTTING
&snt for Crescnt Stoaiu Laundry
Shop one door west Lexington Bank
LEXINGTON, ... . OREGON.
tw. p. McMillan
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1 LEXINGTON, OREGON I
3'lrstUfationaL 3$ank of Oeppner
: , Capital Stock $50,000.
Surplus and undivided profits $70, 000
C. A. RHEA. - Prerldent
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
II EXCHANGE ON ALL PARTS OF THE tfORLD BOUGHT AND SOLD
: Collections made on all points at reasonable terms,
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. AH farm land.
$10 per acre.
80 Acres 2 miles from station. 40 acres alfalfa land. Good
buildings. Cheap, see me.
320 Acres 4 miles from station. Good house and barn, wind
mill and water system. All under cultivation.
160 Acres 4 miles from station. All in grain, $16 per acre.
1 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, Dentist, Heppner
W. S. Wharton was in town Tues
day. ' ' ; '
Note the new ad of Leach Bro's,
in this Issue.
Boost Lexington the best town In
W. E. Leach made a business trip
to lone yesterday.
Attorney S. E. Notson came down
from Heppner last Saturday.
H. L. McAlister and L. A. Purdy
drove to Heppner yesterday.
James Wiles and family have moved
Into the E. D. Leach property.
Rev. J. C. White, of Strawberry,
was a Lexington visitor Wednesday.
The M. E church will be wired for
electric lights in time for next Sun
N. A. Leach spent last Tuesday in
town looking after the Interests of Kerr,
Gifford & Co.
Get your stationery at the Wheatfield
Printery and your business will never
' P. M. Christenson orders The
Wheatfield and Semi-Weekly Journal
sent to his address."
Mrs. S.; L. McCormick and Mrs. B
F. Estes, of Strawberry, were shopping
In Lexington, Monday.
' Plnesalve cleanses wounds, is highly
antiseptic, unequalefffor cracked hands
Good for cuts.' Sold by W.P. McMil
lan's drug store.
The high wind last- night and this
morning unroofed several barns, and
out buildings. ' -The Zink residence
has an end blown but. ''
Tone the liver, move the bowels,
cleanse the system. Dade's Little Liver
Pills never gHftf 'SolTCy W.' P.' 'Mc
Millan's drug store.' :,'"i ' '
The Morrow, 'Count Annual Insti
tute will be held at, Heppner, Novem
ber 21, 22, and 23, , J 906. . All are
cordially invited to attend.
Are you troubled with piles? One
application of ManZan will give you
Immediate relief. Sold. by W. P. Mc
Millan's drug store.
Rev.'T. P. Graham informs us that
there will be a wedding, in the M. E.
Church, South, next Sunday evening,
and Invites everyone to attend.
It is a well known medical fact that
pine resin is most effective in the
treatment of diseases of the bladder
and kidneys. Sufferers'from back ache
and other troubles due to faulty action
of the kidneys find relief in the use of
Pine-ules. . $ 1,00 buys 30 days treat
ment; Sold by W. P. McMillan's drug
store. . ' '
.' ' "... ' ..- .
Michael. T. Nolan, Register at The
Dalles Land Office, has . tendered his
resignation to take effect as soon as
his successor has been appointed. Mr!
Nolan has a host of friends throughout
this district, who regret - very much to
see him leave that position as his ad
ministration has been clean honest
Rev. J. L. Jones wil fill his appoint
ment at the Congregational - church
next Sunday, and will preach both
morning and evening. The Commun
ion of the Lord's Supper will be ad
ministered in connection with the
morning service, and a special offer
lng will be taken for the missionary
work of the church. . ' '
Notices for the Town election have
been posted the past week. The elec
tion will be held December 4, and the
officers to be elected are Mayor, four
Councilmen, Recorder and 'Treasurer,
also a proposition to levy a 15 mill tax
on town property. This tax will place
the town out of debt and the natural
revenues will pay future expenses.
ManZan relieves Instantly the pain
caused by those blind, bleeding, itching
and protruding piles. It Is put up In
collapsable tubes in such a way that it
can be applied where the trouble origi
nates, thus stopping the pain Immedi
ately. Try one bottle and if you are
not relieved, your money will be re
funded. Try our free offer. Sold by W.
P. McMillan's drug store.'
Let the people unite and make a
strong effort to secure a station agent
at Lexington. At present if the con
ductor of the train, who takes the
place of an agent, does not see fit to
to load the goods delivered at the sta
tion for shipment he simply refuses to
receipt for them. The goods can be
left at the station at the risk of the
shipper untill the train crew gets ready
to take them.
the hard stones and ground below, d!a
locating one of his shoulders, which
convinced him that his efforts to make
old maids of his daughters was not a
matter so easily accomplished, ' and,
withdrawing his opposition to their
keeping company, he was soon a
A LESSON FOR DAD
An old gentleman farmer, who had
two or three very pretty daughters, was
so very anxious of his charge that he
would not permit them to keep the
company of young men. However,
they adopted the following expedient to
enjoy the society of their lovers, with
out the knowledge of their fath;,r.
After the old man had retired -to
rest, the girls would hang a sheet out
of the window, which was quite a dis
tance from the ground, and the beau
would seize hold of it, and with the as
sistance of his lady-love, who tugged
lustily at the end above, would thus
gain an entrance. But it so happened
that one evening the girls hung put the
sheet rather early; for the old gentle
man, Dy some in wma, was Diown a
rpund the comer, and spying the bed
covering could - not conjecture the
meaning of it being there. "He took
hold and endeavored to pull it down.
Kenneth Blake, of lone, is attend
ing Clark's Canyon school.
Tom McDandle was a visitor at
Padberg's last Sunday.
(Last weeks items)
Miss Dilphia Hiatt went to Heppner
W. E. Hiatt went to Heppner on
Joe Hugh's brother John came to
visit him last Sunday.
Mrs Harmer went to Heppner last
Friday to have her arm treated.
Nat Shaw has his grain nearly all
sown. He thinks he can finish on
Roy Campbell and Willie Van
Winkle were at Wm. Padberg's place
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Padberg went
lone last Friday. While there they
went to the skating rink to practice
The "Clark's Canyon school house
was.; visited on Hallow'een night.
Things had quite an upside down ap
pearance when Miss Hammer came
to school the next morning.
IX TIME OF FEACa .,.
In the first months of the Russo-Jap-an
war we had a striking example of
the necessity for preparation and the
early advantage of those who, so to
speak, "have shingled thier roofs In
dry weather." The virtue of prepara
tion has made history and given, to us ,
our greatest men. ; The ' individual as
well as the nation should be prepared
for any emergency . Are you pre .
The girls, supposing it to be one of ; pared to successfully combat the first
their beaux, began to" hoist, , and did ! cold you take? A cold can be cured
not discover their mistake until the :
much more quickly when treated as
soon as it has been contracted and he-
head of the old man was level with the fore ,t has become ,n
window sill, when one of them exclaim
ed: "0 Lord, it's dad!" and letting go
their hold, souse came the old man on
A MOUNTAIN OF GOLD
could not bring as much happiness to
Mrs. Lucia Wilke, of Caroline, Wis.,
as did one 25c box of Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, when it completely cured a run
ning sore on her leg, which had tortur
ed her 23 long years. Greatest anti
septic healer of Piles, Wounds, and
Sores. 25c at W. P. McMillan's
tern. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
is famous for its cures of colds and it
should be kept at hand ready for tn
stant use. For sale by W. P. McMil
lan's drug store.
The Wheatfield prints the news.
Read The Wheatfield and be happy.
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