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About Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1906)
Published Every Thursday
S. A. THOMAS,
Editor and Proprietor,
OFFICIAL PAPER TOWN OF LEXINGTON
Subscription, per year, - $1.00
Advertising rates on Application
Entered as second-class matter October
6, 1905, at the post office at Lexington, Or
egon, under the Act cf Congress of March
THURSDAY DECEMBER 6, 1906.
What dees our love for God amount
to if it doesn't do men any good.
If we have done nothing, let us be
gin now. We may do something yet.
In killing snakes it is better to cut
off an inch of head than a foot of tail.
A dollar fiddle in tune makes betten
music than a pipe organ out of tune.
Nine men out of every ten are bom
blind, and the one who can see may
lead a crowd.
The Council met Tuesday evening
and canvassed the election returns.
Considerable routine business was
transacted. Bill of W. G. Scott for
$24.00 water rent for November was
Joseph E. Waid went to lone last
Friday and taught one of the rooms In
the public school there.. His sister,
Miss Lenna, has charge of that depart
ment this week during the absence of
the regular teacle Miss Corfipton.
A Box Social will be given at the
Strawberry school house, Saturday
evening, December 22nd. A short
program will be given after which the
baskets will be sold at auction. Every
body invited to come and enjoy them
selves and assist in raising money to
pay for the organ.
The Commercial Club o.' Heppner
offers two prizes, one o' $20 and one
$5 for the best write-up of the re
sources of Morrow County. Papers
All eon tli ivruDl containing estates consti
pate the bowels. Boa's Laxative Honey ii4
Tax morel too bowelt and contains no opiates.
Sold by W. P. McMillan's drug store.
AND CURE THE LUiCS
tftt Fret Trial.
aTTZmkni iauickaast Cro far sUl
iwfejfiSl Cold'1! Croup,' iSlffjJ
lf Conforuwto itf
J National Pnra 1
tfMl Food and i.f.f
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to be in before Feby 1st, and to be not
less than 2500 words. For further
Heppner Commercial Club.
Your money refunded if after using
three-fourths (3-4) of a tube of Man
Zan, you are dissatisfied. Return the
balance of the tube to your druggist,
and your money will be cheerfully re
turned. Take advantage of this offer.
Sold by W. P. McMillan.
The enrollment is still increasing,
and consldsrable above this time last
Several visitors vera present in
Miss Hammers room last Wednesday.
Preparations for the X'Mas enter
tainment are about completed. The
musical part under the charge of Mrs.
E. E. Thomas promises to be by far
the best attempt of that kind ever giv
en here. A short time ago work of
that kind from very many of the young
people of the town would have bsen
out of the question.
The basket ball team from the
school seems to be a little too much
for the town tam. Either the school
boys put up a very good game or else
the town team is a poor one. Next
Friday tvening Lexington plays Hepp
ner at Heppner and probably then we
will find out whether either team can
play or not.
The' relief of coughs and colds
through laxative influence, orignated
with Bee's Laxative Cougn Syrup con
taining honey and tar, a cough syrup
containg no opiates or poisons, which
is extensively sold. Secure a bottle
at once, obtain a guarantee coupon,
and if not fully -satisfied with aesults,
your money will be refunded. Sold by
W. P. McMillan.
Geo. Mead and daughter, Etta were
Heppner visitors Tuesday.
Robt. VanHorn, who has been on
the sick list the past week, visited on
J, A. Brown, of upper Blackhorse,
visited Lexington Tuesday.
Mrs. Jennie Barton, of Blackhorse,
was shopping In Lexington Monday.
Frank Moyer and Miss Elva Van
Horn visited Blackhorse friends Sun
The dance at Geo. Meads' Saturday
night was enjoyed by all.
No Opium in Chamberlain' Cough
There is not least danger In giving
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to small
children as it contains n$ opium or oth
er harnfull drug. It has an established
reputation of more than thirty years as
the most successful medicine in use
for cold, croup and whooping cough.
It always cures and is pleasant to take
Children like it. Sold by W. P
F. H. ROBINSON
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Practice in all Courts. Legal business
given prompt and careful attention. Land
Contests. Probate Work and Conveyanc
ing a specialty.
,v Trade Marks
Anyone tending a sketch and description may
qnloklr uoertntn our opinion free whether an
Invention la probably patent utile. Commnnloa,
tlonaatrlotlTeonndentlal. HANDBOOK on Patenta
lent free. Oldest agenor for teearlng-patenta.
Patent tassn tnronsh Munn A Co. reoelT
tpteM netka, without ehurte, in the
a bwidiowely Illustrate wtrttr. Imntt Mr
nlatloa of any dentlfle Journal. Terms, IS
lrj fof rf opths, L iel trail newsdealera.
Bee's Laxative Cough Syrup con
taining honey and tar is especially ap
propriate for chilren, no opiates or pois
ons of any character, conforms to the
conditions of the National Pure Food
"d Drug Law, June 30, 1906. For
Croup,-Whooping Cough, etc. It ex-
pals coughs and colds by gently mov
ing the bowels. Gurranteed. Sold by
W. P. McMillan. ,
Mr. Wm. Hiatt took advantage of
the rtcent vacation,' to repair the
school-house; ' Two windows and a
nev door were some of the changes.
Miss.. Hammer has 17 pupils enroll
ed,, iThe new , students are: Walter
Harmer, Grace Harmer, Emery Hiatt
and Vernon Pearson.
Joe, Hughes, went with his brother
John to Fox valley for a short vaca
tion. Mr. N. L. Shaw went to Irrigon to
attend to some road work.
Clarence Harmer made a trip to the
mountains to get some wood.
Mr. John Padberg has completed
his new house.
Mr. W. H. Padberg drove to Pen
dleton November 24th, and returned
Miss. Annie Campbell has taught 5
weeks of school at Social Ridge.
Social Ridge has organized a Sun
day School recently.
J)EADLY SKBPKNT KITES
are as common In India as are stomach
and liver disorders with us. For the
latter however there is a sure remedy:
Electric Bitters; the great restorative
medicine, of which S. A. Brown, of
Bennettsvllle, S. C, says: "They re
stored my wife to perfect health,, after
years of suffering with dyspepsia and a
chronically torpid liver." Electric Bit
ters cure chills and fever, malaria,
biliousness, lame back, kidney troubles
and bladder disorders. Sold on guar
antee by W. P. McMillan druggist.
Price 50c. '
Opposite Leach Brothers, store, Mrs, A.
E. Beymer, Prop. Good meals served.
Newly furnished, refitted with hot and
cold water. Strict attention to guests.
Rates one dollar per day and upwards.
We can save you money on
Hardware and Stoves
We have a line of new and up-to-date
ra EF3 ra, a asm
C.T. CONNER, Prop.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
FISH IN SEASON
SAUSAGES, LARD, ETC.
Market price for Hides.
LEXINGTON, . - OREGON.
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1 ...THE PASTIME... 1
K ALWAYS OPEN TO AMUSEMENT
t BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES SI
Fruits, Nuts, Confections, and Soft Drinks
Fine Candies a Specialty.
C. W. CHRISTENSON, Proprietor.
I X L SALOON
J. H. CHAPMAN & CO., Props' '
FRESH BEER ALWAYS ON, DRAUGHT
rx GOOD POOL TABLE IN CONNECTION -rt
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f . JOHN B. WHITE
t GENERAL BLACKSMITHING
t HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY A
& Work Neatly Executed Charges Reasonable
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A full supply of Hardwood, Blacksmith Coal and Blacksmith sup
f, plies always on hand. 5
$ LEXINGTON, OREGON.
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