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About Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1907)
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Dr, R. C, Munler - Lexington, Ore.
Dr. M, A. Leach, Dentist, Heppner
Called Masquerade Saturday even-in.;-
A. M. Zink and family have moved
to their ranch.
Yes, Lexington rjrowF. You don't
have to watch It,
Miss Nora Allen went to I leppner 1
If you have land for sale Li It with
the Wheatfleld Land Co.
Mrs. I. A. Leach orders The Wheat
field sent to her at Brooks, Oregon.
Dt knock. , Sgr
Read The Wheatfield and be happyl'
A. D, Inskeep transacted business
In lone Monday. ': J
' Boost Lexington the best town lix
Don't forget the Calico Masquerade
br. R. C. Hunter, Physician ' and
Surgeon, Lexington, Oregon.
E. D. Palmer v.'siled his daughter
at the Heppner hospital Saturday.
Columbia Records are the. best.
S, A. Thomas, agent.
It has"-been noticed that nothing
make3 a wbman laugh so' much as a
Full blood B P. Rock eggs, 50 cents new set of teetni
FOUND The best place In Morrow
ccunty to get commercial printing is
at The Wheatfleld Prlntery.
We will always be glad to get news
Items from the surrounding country.
We want some good correspondents In
Mrs. Karl Beach was in Heppner
ri ii III 111 li
Maybe you've been wondering whctlier or not you ought to do a little to-
jfa ward furnishing your home this spring. In both of the essential features of High
y Quality and Reasonable Price, this store is fully equipped to supply your wants.
quippea to supply y
) 1 be HOUSe r UrniShinffS you buy here are the kind you will be proud of. The de-l
per setting. Enquire at this office.
Mrs, James Fry is the guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Parker.
Lawrence Redding went to Echo
1 le forepart of the week to work on
The Interior of Leach Bros' store is
receiving a new coat of white paint
3 signs are all new and cannot be duplicated elsewhere in this locality
S possesses that quality that makes it a satisfaction to you and' a credit to us.
i yesterday visiting her sister, Miss Ed-;
When a farmer wants to put on na Palmer, at the hospital and who is1
style, he puts on a paper collar and said to be improving; !
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smoKes a cigar. If vor u,uon A nr u., ., reiurn
Many a couple that intended to live home as scon as you expected, don't
on love have resorted to tough steak blame them. The Creamery needs $
the attention of everyone at present.
These are the only kinds we are offering you.
CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, PORTIERS, COUCH COVERS, LACE CURTAINS,
' CURTAIN POLES; EXTENSION RODS, WINDOW SHADES,
. DRAPERY CLOTHS, PILLOW -TOPS, PILLOWS,
QUILTS, COMFORTS, BLANKETS, WALL
PAPER, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES
We ask the opportunity to show and convince you of the merts of these lines.
DO IT NOW
and rare biscuits.
C W. Christenson went to Portland
Monday where he expects, to secure
work and remain there several weeks.
FOUND Summer lap. robe, owner
can have same by calling at this office
proving property and paying for , this
Hurried meals, lack of exercise are
the maincauses of dyspepsia. A Ring's
Dyspepsia Tablet after each meal aids
digestion, improves the appetite. Sold
by W; P. McMillan.
P. M. Christenson returned from
Echo Tuesaay evening. Mr. Christ-
MINOR & COMPANY
enson savs the wheat croD looks eood
Wra, Crowe, of Dog Pound, Alberta, , , , , , , . L t,
between here and Echo, In fact the
crop prospect near Lexington could
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Booh
er, arrived In Lexington the latter part
of last week.
Everyone knows that Spring Is the
season'of the year when the system
.needs cleansing Dades Little Liver
Pills are highly recomended. Try them
Sold by W. P. McMillan,.
The Odd F ellows of this county
have decided to celebrate the 88th
anniversary at Heppner Friday, April
26th. i All Odcfrellows are cordially
invited to attend. '
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 W. P.
The Echo Register published an
illustrated supplement last week show
ing many scenes In and ' around Echo,
with a splendid write up of the town.
The edition is a credit to the Register
Coughs and colds' contracted at this
this season oP-thy 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 lt;children like to take it. Con
tains ' no opiates. Moves the bowels.
Sold by W, P, McMillan.
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Mule raising is the best , money
making proposition in Oregon, says B.
F. bwaggart. . I have a few fine young
Jacks to dispose of and In payment
for jhem I will take mule colts at $100
ack at weaning time. I keep at the
East Oregon Jack Farm the stallion,
Milwaukee, that won the blue ribbon
at the Lewis & Clark Fair. Milwau
kee stands at $25 for the season with
privilege of returning. Also six fine
Oregon Jacks. It has been fully dem
onstrated that they excell the eastern
Jacks for both size and quality of
mules. Unsure for $10.
not be better. ) '
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.
S. D. Vincent, representing H. E.
Bucklin & Co, of Chicago, was in our
city yesterday and renewed the adver
tising contract of his company with
The Wheatfield. Mr. Vincent says
The Wheatfield is one of the few pa
pers in the state, that the contracts tunate In completing a clubbing rate
are marked 0. K. by the house and with Sunset Magazine, the magazine
no kick on them. ' 0f California and all the far West.
There are many kidney remedies We can now offer our subscribers,
We failed to mention in our last
Issue the narrow Iscape of the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Beach,
from fire on the night of the 1 1 th Inst.
But for the excellent water system and
the prompt response to the alarm this
residence might now be in ash6s. The
omission was an oversight, perhaps
caused by too much enthusiasm over
the Development League meeting and
the starting of the creamery.
In the treatment of piles it becomes
necessary to have the remedy put up
in such a form that it can be applied
to the parts affected. Man Zan Pile re
medy Is encased in a collapsible tube
with nozzle attached. It cannot help
hot reach the spot. Relieves blind,
bleeding, itching and protruding piles.
50c with nozzle guaranteed. Try it.
Sold by W. P. McMiiian.
The Wheatfleld has been very for-
but few that accomplish the result,
Sunset Magazine, which includes a
kidney remedy that co of The Road of a. Thousand
year for $1.75. Subscribe today and
take advantage of this exceedingly
liberal offer. ,
contains no alcohol or opiates of any ,,,7, , , '. ,,
., , ,. .,. ., 1, .. . D Wohders", and The Wheatfield,
Food and Drugs Law, guaranteed to
give satisiHCtion. Thirty day treatment
for $1.00. Inquire about '"Pineules."
Sold by W. P. McMillan.
The Pacific Monthly for May will
contain an Interesting article on the
Initiative and Referendum, from the
pen of that notable writer, Lute Pease,
who has followed the movement from
its Inclpiency, to tell the story intelli
gently and Interestingly. Other note
worthy features of this issue are: "The
Hindu Invasion", Westward to the far
west, The Quickening of Nevada, A
Soldier of Peru, and many other inter
esting stories. , ' - .
THK PKICJS 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 vlgcr to the system.
25c. Satisfaction guaranteed at W. P.
The Wheatfield prints the news.
An eoarh lyrapi contiininf opUttt eonitt
Mtt the Lowell. Beo'i Laxative Honey and
lai ffloTei the boweli and conUini no opiaUi.
Sold by W. P. McMillan's drug store.
GENTRY'S BARBER SHOP
J. E. GENTRY; Proprietor.
FIRST CLASS SHAVING AND HAIRCUTTING
A-gent for Cresent Steam Laundry
Devoted to developing and perfecting the best
laying strains of Black Langslians and S. C.
B. P. Rocks.
Black Langshan Eggs for setting' - $2.00 for 13 eggs
S. C.v B. P. Rock eggs for setting - $1.00 for 15 eggs
CHRISTENSON & SON
LEXINGTON, - - OREGON
Branch of BANK OF HEPPNER
E, D. BROWN, Manager,
CAPITAL STOCK 50,000.OO, FULLY PAID
Loans made at Eight per cent. Four per cent, in-
terest paid on Time Deposits.
(i This, Spacp Reserved For 4
I W. G. SCOTT &. CO. I
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