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The Lebanon Express.
FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1S87.
Local and General.
" Miss Alice Stowell of Eugene City,
is visiting Misa Wooley of this place."
""" Dr. J. H. Johnson has returned from
New York, and will resume his prac
tice again at this place.
The ladies of the M. E. church, .re
turn their sincere thanks to all who so
liberally patronized their fair and festi
val on Friday evening last.
While working at a hay rack, Wesley
Baltimore had the misfortune to cut a
severe gash in his left hand with an ax,
severing the leader of the little linger.
y Elmer Montague P. M., informs U3
that a new poet office has been estab
lished on the Santiam, two miles above
Waterloo. Jas. Matchett is the postmas
ter. Mr. E. Goan has a new "ad" in an
other column this week, relating to
hardware, lie also announces that he
is aelling furniture at manufacturer's
E. Knox will accept our sln
uks for some very acceptable
eeretuaiiKs tor some verv neeer
local news; also the proceedings of the
jranu Jjodjje l. o. u. T. We regret
our Inability to publisn the proceed
ings Urn week.
G. E. Hardy of this city, is agent for
the I. F. & II. A. Singer sewing ma
chine something entirely new. ' I, ike
the old Singer, they will certainly take
the lead. Call and see them at" Har
dy's jewelry store.
The Lebanon flouring mills are now
supplied with the roller process. Hupt.
t'nger will soon be produeirg from, these
mills as good a brand of flour as can lie
made in Oregon. Our readers must re
member that to patronize home institu
tions Is simply patronizing themselves.
Give the Lebanon mills j our support.
Dr. J.. M. Powell writes us from San
Francisco, that he will return home in
a few days and again attend to his pro
fessional business. He will be ready
to examine all pensioners who have or
ders to call on him, after the first
Wednesday in July. During his alv
senee, tne Dr. has been giving his at
tention to microscopy and all class
es of surgery
It is now discovered that the re-ap-portiomnent
bill passed by the last leg
islature makes no provision for Wallo
wa eouuty, leaving it entirely without
representation. The bill creating the
new count j- was passed lieforethe re-apportionment,
hence the clause in which
It provides that Wallowa shall have one
representative, and Union one represen
tative is repealed.
Mr. M. B. Gaylord, one of our old
foldier friends, evidently believes a poor
printer, enjoys good things, too, and
consequently sends us a whole lot of
nice,, large, delicious strawberries th
largest we have seeu this vear. These
lerries were grown on Fern Ridge,
whieh evidently sjnaks well for that
place. Go way. Southern Oregon.
Thanks, Mr. Gaylord, thanks.
General Manager Wm. M. Hoagnnd
WallisCash, vice-president, of the Ore
gon Pacifie railway, were in Albanv on
the 24 inst. They stated that work is
to 1 prosecuted on the round house t
that place, and the road eastward, with
out intermission until winter. A con
contract wili be let Monday next for
brick for construction of the round
house and other buildings there.
The "ad" of C. B. Roland & Co., Al
bany, appears in another column, to
which we direct sn-vial attention. It
will be seen that this enterprising firm
are the proprietors of a new store and
have in stock the newest ami most
stylish design of all kind? of me
boys and voutas doming-, and a
liandsome arrav of gents'
roods of evrry description. Also the
best of hand sewed shoes, &C. . Call
and see them.
Kelty, the Polk county wife murder
er, continues tian3wer I don't know,"
to all inquiries as to what made him
commit the brutal and 'cowardly deed,
pays a Polk county paper: Theshri!!'
and fourteen deputies escort ed him from
his fathers.house to jail, a strong guard
being considered necessary in order to
prevent the capture and lynching of
the prisoner. His condition is gradu
ally improving, the past two days he
' ate a little, and the prospects are good
for his ultimate recovery. He is guard
ed day and night.
On Thursday of last week, James El
kins returned to Aloany from Prine
viile, where he had been looking after
his cattle interests. He reports the
health of Samuel Cowan, who was re
ported to 1 dangeriously ill, to le
much improved, with prospects of his
speedy recovery. Immense quantities
of wool are now being shipix-d from
that locality at prices ranging from la
to 21 cents. Eastern Oregon wool always
filing for about three cents less than
Willamette val ley wool. At Prineviile
considerable interest is being manifest
ed over the route of the Oregon Pacific
railroad. 'One route has been surveyed
leaving Prineviile about twenty miles
oil the line, out tne people or tnat town
hope to secure its location
No Paper Next Week.
Desiring a little recreation with the
rest of humanity next week, we have
decided not to issue The Express on
Friday next. . We hope to make some
decided improvements previous to our
Capt.C. B. Humphrey and Rev. H.
.P. Webb of Albany, will address the
people on the proposed Prohibitory
Amendment to the constitution of the
State of Oregon,at the following places:
Waterloo, July 12, at 4 P. i.
Liberty School house, July 13, 4 p.m.
Sweet Home, July 14, at 730 r. M.
Lebanon, July 12, at 8 p. m.
Everybody should hear "Cap." He
will not fail to entertain you in a moat
pleasant and agreeable manner.
Get up good, big audiences for him
and Mr. W
The Grange Picnic.
The second day of the Grange pinic
at Jefferson brought a large attendance.
Trains were loaded with picnicers. A
cpmmodious platform had been erected
at the O. & C. track, near the picnic
grounds, where the trains stopped. The
Woods were thickly dotted, with white
tents, and early in the forenoon teams
began to arrive from the country. By
noon 800 people were present from dif
ferent portions of the state.
There were the usual attractions, and
innumerable refreshment stands,
swings, games, races, etc, were present.
, Music was furnished by the Tangent
brass band and a choir. In the fore
noon an address over two hours long
was delivered by Col. George Woodford,
the temperance lecturer.
After a basket picnic in the grove, ad
dresses were delivered by Hon. J. K.
Wcatherford, mayor of Albany, Hon.
John DurtH tt, of f 'orvallis, and others.
Hugh Fields ,eturned from Hepuer,
on Friday last.
Charles Bislupof McMlunville left
for home oil Saturday lust.
Colored glassis, goggles and eye pro
tectors, for sale by Pillsbnry tile jew
eler. Miss Ida Smith and Mrs. G. F.Tuck
er, arrived from McMinnville on the
evening of Friday last,
A. K. Thompson, Thus. Kay, and
W. O. Stanard went "a courting" to
Albany on Monday last.
Mrs. Morris J:ger who has been vis
iting her parents at The Dalles, Oregon,
returned home of Friday last. N
Will Rice of Yuquina R. R., ac
companied by Ids wife and children
visited our town during the past week.
On Monday la-4 Miss Lenore Kay re
turned home from McMinnville, at
whieh place shei has been attending
On Monday last Phil Gray accom
panied by his wifi left for Harney val
ley, at which plaee they will perma
nently reside, $
Elder Shay visited our town on Fri
day bust, he reports everything lovely
at sweet Home, sajs he is not running
a ferry at present, nor has he heard of
''any one being drowned."
W. W. Watt 1-9 on Saturday last at
tempted to break a Colt which was at
tached to a sulky. The sulky is under
going repairs, the eHt is unbroken,
and V. W. W. walks with a cane.
On Saturday evening at the residence
of G. A. Dyson a lightened coal oil
lamp, fell to the ll and exploded,
creating . considerable excitement, a
small blaze, and doing slight damage.
II. B. Mover and wife, F. Gross and
wife, C. H. Younger and wife, on Sat
urday Julv the 2nd, left for Vaquina
bay, at which place they will enjoy the
sort breeze during the follow lux two
S. P. Banrer and T. S. Pillsbury, on
Thursday last started for burning and
fishing trip, up the McKinzle river,
they will go to the Belknap hot springs
Matolas, and Fish Lake, returning
home by the way of -the Findley
L. Windham and Wnt. SUUwcll, on
Thursday last while engaged in paint
ing the South Brownsvilleschool house
by the breakiug of the scaffold upon
which they B'ood, fell a distance of
tweuty five feet to the ground, receiv
ing a "shaking up, but no serious in
juries. A large gathering greeted the Rev.
Carpus Sperry, on the mornitg of Sab
bath last, at the Baptist ehur.-h. The
attendance at Sunday school was un
nsally large numbering 213 present.
Rev. R. liote preached to a ood at
tendance at the Presbyterian church,
where Sabhaih exercises were conduct
ed during the morning.
One of the most remarkable ami gra
tiiylng cas- of recovery is that of the
intuit daughter of William Teniplt ton,
who for the past three months has been
In an emaciated condition, puttering
from nervous prostration, and threat
ened paralysis. The little sufferer who
for the past two weeks has teen receiv
ing treatment at the residence of Dr.
I. V. Starr, is gaining strength and
rapidly advancing to convalescence.
T. S. P.
A Cood Report,
From a letter written us bv G. L.
Sutherland, who has jut finished a
nine months term of school at Sodaville,
district X. 13, we take the following:
The first three months there were an
enrollment of 63 pupils, with an aver-
! aire dailv attendance of 62 pupil. The
.eond three months, an enrollment of
H pupils, average daily attendance of
42 pupils. The third and last quarter,
:n eniollment of 9i pupils, with daily
attendance of 34 pupils. The average
daily attendance for the full nine
months, 4') pupils. During the nine
months there have been s0 pupils en
rolled on the register, who have attend
ed thechol, l?j of which were non-resident
State Dential Board.
The board of state dential examiners
consisting of S. J. Barber, J. Welch,
X. R. Cox, and J. R. Card well, met
last week at Dr. Welch's office in Port
land and elected officeTs as follows: Dr.
J. R. Cardwell, chairman; N. It. Cox,
secretary and treasurer. Books of re
gistration were opened. AH dentists
in practice in this state at the time of
the passage of the act creatingthe board,
Febuary 23d, are required to send in the
registration fee of $2.0O and to regit r
their names and all coming into the
the state subsequent to that time are re
quired to appear before the hoard for
examination and registration, failing
which thev are liable to a fine of from
$M to Jsj) for each offense.
A Kicking Cayuse.
, A kicking cayuse, was the subject of
considerable interest at the blacksmith
shop, of Harkness & Mayer Bros., the
other day. Being terribly opposed to
the shoeing process, which in his case,
was peculiar, he proceeded to clean the
shop of its contents, and everybody
and everything fled in confusion before
his behind feet, except the anvils which
fortunately were fastened down. This
cayuse was not large, but hiaf kicking
faculties were immense, and even after
being chocked down several times it
was evident that he could knock out
the mule so celebrated in this direction,
referred to in Mark Twan's "Roughing
It." For a while it seemed he would
have to go barefooted, but finally the
boys got him down and Johnie Maver
pinned on the shoes. He undoubtably
donc a good job, so as not to be com-
. I ! . ... T I.: 4 1 -1-
(H iau hi hsiiii s-uojeet iiie unu proHr-
ty to annihilation in the
very near tu-
In the Dining Room,
A Salem dispatch of the lSlh says:
W. W. Saunders was this morning
sentenced by Judge Boise to imprison
ment in the penitentary for life, his at
torneys having decided to accept the
verdict of the jury andnot to make a
motion for a new trial" Saunders ap
peared considerably dejected, and bore
up well during the sentence, having
made up his mind to submit calmly to
to the worst. When asked if he had
anything to say, he said to the judge:
"I believe you have no discreation in
the matter of the sentence;" and Judge
Boi e answered, "I have ndt," where
upon Saunders rejoined: "Under the
circumstances I have nothing to say,"
and sentence was passed. Saunders
manifested no notifiable emotion until
he separated from the sheriff and depu
ty at the penitentiary, whither he was
taken in the afternoon. Then he broke
completely down and his utterance in
trying to say farewell failed him. He
begins work in the dining department
of the prison to-morrow.
Thos. Kay of Brownsville, was ad
mitted to citizenship in the circuit court
. Plans will be received up toJulyM.,
for the building of a new hull by the
W. C. T. U.
Mr. Senders arrived In town last
Monday, from Eastern Oregon, with
forty head of horses.
Adam Forepaugh will visit Oregon
this fall, with his great Yircus,the great
est perhaps on earth.
A. H. Sweet, left yesterday for Seat
tle, where he hs;s secured a position In
the jewelry store of W. H. Fink & Co.
Yisterday Frank Purdon scverly in-
Iured his hand, breaking the thumb,
y having a stick of timber fall upon
It, at the saw mill.
William Keffrom met with a painful
accident Tuesday evening. He Struck
a bottle with a hammer, and a piece of
the glass tlew into Ids eye.
M rs. Searles who was so badly Injured
pear the Calipooyn bridge, will probn
bly recover, though her life was des
paired of, for several days.
Yesterday the libel suit of O. T. Por
agnlnst George R.gers of the 7(inr,
was settled by the latter paying Porter
one dollar and all costs.
Seventy-five people weut to Ya
ouina Bay on the excursion last Sun
lay. The train made the run over In
three hours and fifteen minutes, giving
the excursionists about eight hours at
Word was received here yesterday
from Umatilla county, stating that
young Hawk, who was stipxsed to
have been murdered at Coburg Lane
county, was living there alive and well.
Last night Co. F., O. X. guard was
mustered in at Linn Engine Co. No. 2
hall. O. H. Irvine was elected captain;
A. A. Archahald, first Lieut.; E. D.
Cusick, second Lieut. The other ofii
cers will be appointed by the captain.
A. L. Knott, second P. M. General
has written if araiigeuentscan lie made
with the railroad 'company, the mail
between Albany and Ielianon, will be
carried on the Yars, which would cer
tainly lie a great convenience.
To-day all the railroad employees are
happy, "for 'yesterday Wm. M. Hotrg
tame-down "and jmid them a!l off in
full. The company Is now out of debt
except a little old indebtm ss which will
le paid in a few days. Work will com
mence on the extension at once.
Knox Butte Items.
I take pleasure In sending the Ex
press the following items from this
part of Linn county:
J. M. Archibald is building an addi
tion to his barn.
The Grangers sold their pool of wool
for 2o cents ier pound.
The Linn Co. Council has chosen the
Osliorn binder for this season.
W. W. Philippi is expected home
from Eastern Oregon in a few days.
Brown Houston, son of Newton
Houston, is at home Buttering u ilh a
Isaac Miller of Millers station, l
building a ham imx30 feet, with Itf
foot sheils on both sides. It will be
used for a stock barn.
The Grange picnic at JefTers.n was a
decided suecss. Col. Woodford's great
speech for prohibition was a most un
answerable and convincing argument.
On the evening of the lth, your
humble servant met Rev. J. Webb of
Salem, at Milter's station at 7 o'clock
and pieeeleil to Miller's school hoiis-,
a short dist'ne from the station, where
we were skmi joined bv ltev. H. P.
Webb and Dr. 5. W. Gray of Albany,
and a komI audience to a horn the Rev.
Webl discoursed on .the Prohibitory
Amendment, for some two hours whcil
the meeting ended by oriranizing a
Prohibition League, with H. I'arwell,
president; E. T. T. Fisher, vlcc-pn -si-dent;
Miss Etta Strattoii. secretary.
Misses Strattcn, Fisher and Furwell
were aptointed committee on program.
Tbe I..ett!rue will meet on the Sth of
July. We predict a good work ny this
I do not desire in spcckinn of this
place, toeall attention to the noda
spring here, for every ersoTi in the
county, and in fact In'the State, knows
of it and its medicinal properties; I lit
I desire to inform your main- rentiers
that, as heretofore, Mr. tisoss is pre
pared to accommodate all persons de
siring to visit this place for their health
He is prepared to furnish camper with
anything in the way of groceries, canned
fruits, meat, etc. Tourists will find
the best of food and other accommoda
tion. All comers will find the table
spread with everything desired by the
most fastidious. Mr . Gross' experience
as a cook at this place has taught her
how to please the taste of persons who
are, or have Ixn sick, and fer this
reason the public cannot find a better
place to spend a few weeks than here.
Any person desiring to visit Waterloo,
who will notify George Gross by mail,
before arriving at Ixbanon, will be
met by him an conveyed to his place,
at resoiiable rates. F.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
This is to certify that George L. Suth
erland has, taught our school nine
months with great satisfaction, and we
take pleasure in glvinit this testimoni
al of him as a teacher. We Itelieve
him to be a fair, honest, industrious
and impartial teacher in every sense of
the word. Those who have had the
most fault to find with him, have done
so more through evy than any just
cause. We, the directors of Sodaville
district No. 13, Liun county, Oregon,
having visited the school, once in com
pany with County Sup't. Keid, and
several times since, concur with ldm in
saying that Mr. Sutherland is a good
teacher, and we are highly pleased
with the advancement of our children
under his instruction. We further be
lieve there are few teachers, indeed,
who can take 63 pupils from 4 to 22
years of age, and in studies from "A,
li, C, to as high as is commonly taught
in district schools, having an average
of thirty recitations to hear daily, who
will give as good satisfaction as Mr.
Sutherland has done for us. We would
gladly hav given him the school for
another year, if he would accept it; but
he thinks he can do better. Therefore,
we wish him abundant success, as we
know him to be a deserving teacher.
He has taught the most successful and
satisfactory school during the nine
months tiiat has been taught in this
district since we have lived in it.
Respectfully given bv
W. W. Pabrish,
8. W. Ross,
M. M. Jackson,
G. W. Wilubox,
Directors School Dist. No,
Sodaville, Or., June 24, 18S7.
j No Exriiis next week.
The managers of the O. R'y (narrow
guage) desiring to see everybody have
a good time during the week of thu
Fourth, have with their accustomed lil-
erality. granted single fare for the double
Journey over their lines, good till July
5th. This road will also run a special
excursion train from Ray's Lauding
to Coburg ami return on the 4th. The
fare from Ix-hanou Junction to Coburg
and return is only 50 cents. Train
leaves the Junction at 10:10 a. m.
Col. George Woodford.
Col. George Woodford suddenly njv
peared on the platform at a crowded au
dience at The Dalles, and as suddenly
the magnetism oi the man was felt.
"To your feet, ami sing out!" resound
ed from his commanding service while
he gave the loudest example himself,
and the naif of the M. E. church echoed
back the Inspiring words.
"Ami crown hint Lonl of all!"
Col. Woodford has a commanding
iiresence; he Is a noble looking man,
lis voice anil manner Is telling, and be
perfectly understands the art at grad
ually lnterestiiiar his people, captivating
them first ami then capturing them for
t he cause he loves. You don't reckon
time while hearing Col. Woodford
speak. It pots as an evening Im-II when
you find from oue to two whole hours
iled, ami you are not aware of having
drawn more than one whole breath the
while he seaks without notes, and hot
from the heart.
The sequences of Ills arguments, ea"h
erfct In Itself, are only broken by the
tumorous anecdote, that nolasly seems
to enjoy lietter than the Colonel himself
everything that he deals with Is reul,
fun and all.
When he comes to this count- let the
countrj' folks roll up in waves to hear
To obtain Col. Woodford's services ad
dress, Mrs. II. R. Brigirs, Sbite Presi
dent W. C. T. U. corner Front & Wood
Circuit Court Notes.
Albany, June 29.
Following Is the grand jury:
Geo. W. Divls, A. K. Thompson,
Wm. Cyrus, W. A. Paul, John Gains,
N. G. .M' Donald.
Robert Glass, I. Hays and W. B.
Barr, were appointed bailiffs.
The following cases have been dlt
p8 d of.
I- E. Holt, vs. Wm. Alford, confirma
tion; sale confirmed.
James A. Hearing, vs. George Slav
ens, equity to reserve possession of real
Mr. Hale, vs. J. T. Warwick, confir
mation; sale confirmed.
Fleckenstein & Meyer, vs. M. L.
Hamilton, acti n to recover money;
judgment by default.
Hush Fields, vs. J. B. Henderson,
action to recover money; Judgment by
default. " '
T.J. Black vs J. B. Willi ims, action
tion to recovor money; judgment by
Mary E. Rasctt vn.W.V. lb bins,
suit in equllv for title; continued.
Anthony f lender vs. the Sielcty of
the Most Precious Blood, foreclosure;
judgment by default.
C. Sillieriiasle vs the Society of the
Most Precious Blood. foreclosure; judg
ment by default.
W. W. Saudford vs. Elizabeth Sand
ford, divorce. O. H. Irvine appointed
Board of S-.'tiool Fund Commission
ers vs. R. R. Humphrey, confirmation;
Geo. W. Youii j ts. Sarah E. Young,
divorce; referred to J. J. Whitney.
State of Orciroii vs. tieo. Keeney, as
sault with a Umurerous weajvon ujmhi
D. W. RumhaiiKh.now of Sweet Home,
verdict -f guilty; time of sentence
fixed for Friday tit o a. m.
The shipments of wool from the vi
cinity of Elktou ami Seoitsburg this
season ore probably the finest quality
prcdueed in Douglas county.
The T: ifone says the stench in the
Pendleton city jail is so strong that it
is actually pulling the iion bars from
The Malheur and Harney lakes were
formerly scpr:ued by a large sand reef,
but it is now said that owing to a break
make In tbe reef they are united and
should lie denominated as one lake.
Young peaches are so numerous In the
orchards of Ashland that the owners
are obliircl to pick them oiF to save the
tret frutu breaking.
Property in Klamath county Is rapid
ly increasing in value. Last year the
aesessment roll showed ST'M.OUO, this
year it will fiH.t up f l.oort.oou.
Josephine county will have a three
fourths crop of peaches and about the
same of apples. Many orchards in fav
ored localities arc not hurt by frosts.
Another skeleton was found Tuesday
morning by the workmen n the Bruu
eau ditch, Baker count-. Many Indian
relics were found in the gravel, such as
heads, arrowheads, etc., which leads to
tbe belief that both were indian skele
tons. Stockmen are more Inclined to de
crease the stock on the ranges this year
than formerly, says the Baker Cltv
itcmorrnt. They see the necessity of
devoting more care to their herds, and
also are la-ginning to understand when
they are receiving a fair price for their
Extensive coal croppings have been
found on the west bank of John Day
river. If it should prove to be of value
it will l a great blessing to this section,
whieh is quite barren of wood, and
would furnish a means for the farmers
to secure fuel at a reduced rate from pre
The new court house for Malheur
county is completed, the iron cells for
the jail have lieen received and will be
placed in position immediately, and a
fire prool'e vault has leen built for the
safe keeping of records. In the making
of these improvements enough of last
year's taxes have liecn collected to pay
for the same, and the new county starts
out on the principle of "pay as you
The grand lodge of Good Templars,
in session in Slem June 22, eleeted the
following oincers for the ensuing year:
Chief Templar, W. G. Simpson; coun
selor, T. B. Handly; vice templar, C. A.
Barnes; secretary, W. S. James; assis
tant secretary, W . T. Richcy; treasurer,
J. II. Lambert; superintendent of Ju
venile work, Edith Weatherred; guard,
Iezana Akers; sentinel, J. S. Jackson;
marshal, Nellie Ilibbard; chaplain, E.
Rasmus; messenger, N. T. Wiley.
East Portland was selected as the place
of holding the next grand hsige ses
sion. Recti la r services, hereafter mornhur
and evening,- at the First Presbyte
rian church. Rev. G. W. Gibney, Pas
tor. F. II. Roscoe & Col will not lie un
dersold by any hardware house this
side of Portland. Come and see for
Boots mnd Shoes.
When In Albany call upon' N. II. Al
len & Co., If you need anything in the
boot and shoe Hue. Thev'have In stock
a full line of II. J. Jlofbrook & Co's.
fine shoes, for ladles and children the
Is'st In the market. Also C. M. Hen
derson A Co's. tine shoes for gentleman.
None letter made. They guarantee all
goods as represented. no8-3m
Standard mowers and sulky rakes
excels all others. At
F. H. Rosoob A Co's.
Dry Goods, Etc.
N. II. Allen & Co., Albany, Or., have
in stock the most complete Hue of fine
dreas gumls, silks, velvets, etc., this
side of Portland. Also wash fabrics of
all kinds, and late novelties in every
line. Ladies, when In Albany, calloii
Allen & Co., and Inspect stock and
prices, (samples sent ujsm application
For a good meal, go to the Cltv Res
taurant Albany. Meals 2 a nts. tf
Money to loan, by Currau A Mon
telth, Albany, Oregon. tf
Moore' Hair Invlgorator.
This excellent preparation for the
hair, may be found on sale at the fol
lowing places: M. A. Miller, Lebanon;
Starr A Stanard, O. Osborn and M.
Jackson, Brownsville; F. A. Watts,
Shedd; C. Uray, Halsey. Sample bot
tles free. Call and get one.
Npsr Minliurili- slim?. In Lrhitnnn. one pair of
pnxl h-a!h-r hHl'srv Th owner cat, hr.vi? tlu-m
by ratline ai ihe Kxrftf-- otlice. an ! iientir lug
them, and paying lr Ihls n'M-i.
-Look out for the New
In Lebanon, Next Week.-
We will Retail at
One Carload on the Way.
F. II. ROSCOE & CO.
OREGOMN RAILWAY COMPART.
CHAS. N. SCOTT. - Receiver.
Or, and afer May W. I"1?:. an1 until rtirttwr no
IW tmiia i!lni!i Oaily lexr-e suikIhv) as lol-
"1UTX Mail ,
j CwlHjrK Mall.
I Toward IVjrl
laiiA. From 1'ort-
Lr 1 XI
Ar. p. .
ILNt'KE Jt -TX.
East Sito Jmiitkm,
Mh s i,
SAMUEL, E. YOUNG,
Boots and Shoes.
THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY.
Bought Exclusively for
Cash from the Manufac
turers. Every Pair Warranted.
For Ladies, Misses & Children,
A. SPECIALTY. -
FIRST STREET, ALBANY, Ok.
Fresh Fish. Fresh Fish.
I urn now prepared to furnish all kind.s
. PACKED IN ICE,
Which will be fwrved to customers
Wednesdays & Saturdays,
OF EACH WEEK.
Call Early at th9 Depot.
.V. ;. T.l.-.v.
STOP ! STOP! STOP!
Do You Want Hardware 1
There 1h no use of yonr froinjr elnnwhere, when vou can hnv vour Hardware at
Home. We would rewpvet fully call your attention to our large atoek f
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE,
Builders; and Contractors Supplies,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Axes, Saws, GardenTools.
Our stock of
Ammunition and Fishing Tackle
la Complete, and will be sold at Price that defy Competition. ,
Farmers will And this the Headquarters for '
As we carry the Rent goods in the market. We beep In stock the
Collins' Cast-steel PlowsJohn Deere Moline Flows,
Canton Clipper Plows, and the Celebrated
Oliver Chilled Plows. Extras for Each. ;
AGENTS FOR THE MITCHELL & BAIN WAGONS.
Barbed Wire Sold at Low Figures.
YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED
F. H. -ROSCOE & CO., Lebanon, Oregon.
A. C CHrKCIIIIX.
CHURCHILL & MONTEITH.
l ami CALF-BKIH. i i
W. B. DON AC A,
DO EK Is
Groceries and Povisidns,
Tobacco and Cigars,
Confectioner, Crocker', Glass and Plated Ware,
Pure Sugar and Maple Syrups.
AGENTS' FURNISHING GOODSi
Country Produce taken in Exchange . for Goods
GOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES," IS MY MOTTO.
Ciirnrr Brick Store, Main Street, Lebanon, Or,
ANDREWS & HACKLEMAN,
Diy-Goods,Clothing, Boots & Shoes.
HATS AND CAPS,
Gents' k Kurnistiirig Goods.
IGESTS FOIi "OLD RELIABLE"
AND THE ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS,
Popular Hosiery Company.
MAIN STREET, LEBANON 'OREGON
BARGAINS! -:- BARGAINS I
Closing Out Sale.
Harness, Saddles, Whips, Bridles, Spurs, Etc.
AS I INTEND TO CHANGE BUSINESS, I - -
Offer mv ENTIRE Stock at a BARGAIN.
G. F. MEAD, Lebanon, Or.
M. J. MOXTEtTK
W. L. Douglas