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About Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1907)
Dr, R. C. Hunter, Lexington, Ore.
Dr. M. A, Leach, Dentist, Heppner
Boost Lexington the best town In
W. G. Scott made a trip to the W.
B. Flnley ranch last Friday.
Subscribe for The Delineator, $1.00
per year at Leach Brothers.
Lon Booher, of Athena, Is the guest
of his brother, B. M-. Booher, of this
Mrs. Fred Benge and children left
last week for Carson, Wash., to Join
For Sale One Disc harrow, In good
condition. Enquire of Mrs. E.S.Tyler.
Will be sold cheap.
Mrs. S. J. Boothby was a business
visitor to Heppner Friday evening re
turning Saturday morning,
See the ad for the Masquerade
Skating Carnival next Saturday even
ing. It's on the last page.,
The latest reports state that John
B. White Is now a motorman on the
street car line In Portland.
Glenn Davis Is quite 111 with inflam-
atory rheumatism, which his many
friends will be sorry to hear.
Mrs. Wm.. Sutherland and children
went to Portland Monday, where her
husband has securee a position.
Crystal White, laundry soap does
twice the work, saves one half the
labor cost no more than any other
soap Sold by Leach Bros.
Miss Margaret Hammer was the
guest of her sister, Miss Agnes, last
Sunday and Monday. She departed
Tuesday for her home in Newberg.
Everyone knows that Spring Is the
season of the year when the system
needs cleaning Dades Little Liver
Pills are highly recomended. Try them
Sold by W. P. McMillan.
Mrs. Chas. Calkin and two children,
of lone, and Mrs. L. V. Calkin and
two children, of Portland, are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Calkin
Spring Winds chap tan and cause
freckles to appear. Pinesalve Carbol
ized applied at night will relieve that
burning sensation. Nature's own
remedy. Acts like a poultice and
draws out inflamation.
Sold by V. P.
Miss Mary Graham , left yesterday
for Walla Walla to attend the Method
ist Conference of the Pendleton dis
trict: Her father joined her at lone
and will accompany her.
Coughs and colds contracted at this
this season of the year should have
immediate attention. Bees Laxative
Cough Syrup contains' Honey and Tar
and is unequalled for hoarseness croup
and coughs. Pleasant to take; mothers
endorse it;children like to take it. Con
tains no opiates. Moves the bowels.
Sold by W. P. McMillan.
Read The Wheatfleld and be happy
Dr. R. C. Hunter, Physician and
Surgeon, Lexington, Oregon.
Columbia Records are the best.
S. A. Thomas, agent.
M. L. Troth orders his Wheatfleld
sent to Antelope Instead of Prlnevllle.
Get your skates on. There will be
a big time at the rink Saturday even
ing. R. L. Benge, W. T. Campbell and
C. R. McAlister attended lodge In
Mrs. Kate Lane and Mrs. J. A.
Phillips have leased the Hotel Lex
ington and took charge Monday last.
Hurried meals, lack of exercise are
the malncauses of dyspepsia. A Ring's
Dyspepsia Tablet after each meal aids
digestion, Improves the appetite. Sold
by W. P. McMillan.
There will be no preaching service
at the Methodist church next Sunday
evening owing to the absence of the
pastor, Rev. T. P. Graham, who will
be attending the District conference
of the Pendleton district of the East
Improper action of thekidneyscauses
backache, lumbago, rheumatism. "Pin
eules" Is a kidney remedy that wil re
lieve these diseases. Pleasant to take
and guaranteed to give satisfaction or
money refunded. "Relief in every dose"
Sold by W. P. McMillan.
P. A. Keefer, of Three Oaks,
Michigan, arrived In Lexington last
night to take charge of the Lexington
Creamery. Mr. Keefer Is an experi
enced butter maker and says that this
country looks good to him and ought
to be an ideal dairy country.
There are many kidney remedies
but few that accomplish the result.
"Plneules" is t kidney remedy that
contains no alcohol or opiates of any
kind, complies with the National Pure
Food and Drugs Law, guaranteed to
give satisfaction. Thirty day treatment
for $1. CO. Inquire about "Plneules."
Sold by W. P. McMillan.
Beautiful surroundings flowers,
shrubbery, nice green lawns and clean
back yards are elevating, for cleanli
ness is next to godliness. They tend
toward refinement and inspire purer
thoughts, higher purposes and nobler
action: they make better men of your
boys better women of your girls. To
litter the landscape with things neglect
ed Is degrading, disgraceful, ignomin
ious and shameful to a degree that is
sinful, besides being a menance to
health and depressing to morals.
Make the interior of the home as
charming as possible and, as beautiful
J as means will allow but do not neglect
j the surroundings. The lack of means
Is no excuse for not keeping the out
side neat if nothing more. Join the
cleaning crusade, the holy war on
things contaminating, and unsightly,
the campaign for the city beautiful.
EXTRA-ORDINARY VALUES IN SHOES.
In going thru our shoe stock, we find too many odd styles A great many
In order to make quick disposition of these, we have put a less than cost price
on them. Remember they are not a lot of old out of date stock, but ' are all new,
snappy goods made only by well known manufacturers, and are fully up to our
standard of quality.
To facilitate the selling we have divided the entire lot of about 350 pairs into
Lot 1. Childrens Fine Shoes, worth up to $1.40 - - - $80
Lot 2, Childs and Misses Kid Shoes, worth up to $1.75 - - 1 00
Lot 3. Mioses, Ladies and Mens Shoes, worth up to $2.25 - - 1 25
Lot 4, Ladies fine shoes, Mens dress and high cut, worth up to $3.00 - 2 00
Lot 5. Mens and Ladies good shoes, worth up to $3.50 - - 2 15
Lot G. Mens and Ladies Dress shoes, worth up to $4.00 - - - 2 75
Lot 7. Mens High Cut or Patent or Vici shoes, worth up to $6.00 - 3 50
MINOR & COMPANY
THE BIG SHOE HOUSE
HEPPNER, - - OREGON.
In using a cough syrup, why not get
the best? one that comes highly recom
ended Is Bees Laxative Cough Syrup,
contains Honey and Tar and is superi
or to other cough syrups In many vays.
Children always like it because it con
tains no opiates, is a laxative and is
guaranteed to give satisfaction or your
money refunded. . Try it. Sold by W.
Miss Dona Barnett delightfully en
tertained her Sunday school of the
Methodist Sunday school, at her home
The evening was spent in music and
games, after which ice cream and
cake were served, the table being
prettily decorated with Easter gifts for
all. Those present were, Ella Cypert,
Susie Munkers, Ruth Benge, Lela
Fuller, Hazel Reaney, Grace Tyler,
I Inez Tyler, Leona Leach, Mary Cypert
' Lewis Graham, Ennls Thomas, Park
Carmichael, Chester Fuller, Willard
Graham, Willie Dirfan, Charley and
Arvid Thomas. They all vote Miss
Barnett an excellent entertainer and
GENTRY'S BARBER SHOP
J. E. GENTRY, Proprietor.
FIRST CLASS SHAVING AND HAIRCUTTING
kgent for Cresent Steam Laundry
Devoted to developing and perfecting the best
laying strains of Black Langshans and S. C.
B. P. Rocks.
Black Langshan Eggs for setting - $2.00 for 13 eggs
$1.00 for 15 eggs
S. C. B. P. Rock eggs for setting
CHRISTENSON & SON
As I expect to leave Lexington for a time,
in the near future, those having work to be
done should bring it in at once. Those who
have repair work in the shop will do me a
favor by calling for the same as soon as con
venient. All repair work fully guaranteed.
A. J. CALKIN,
... JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
T1IK IMMCE OF HKALTH
"The price of health in a malarious
dis.rict Is just 25 cents; the cost of a
box of Dr. King's New Life Pills,"
writes Ella Slayton, of Noland, Ark.
New Life Pills cleans gently and im
part new life and vigor to the system.
25c. Satisfaction guaranteed at W. P.
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Sold by W. P. McMillan's drug store.
The Wheatfleld prints the news.
Branch of BANK OF HEPPNER
E, D. BROWN, Manager.
CAPITA!, STOCK 50,000.0(, FULLY PAID
Loans made at Eight per cent. Four per cent, in
terest paid on Time Deposits.
This Space Reserved For
W. G. SCOTT & CO. j
v Lexington, Oregon. '