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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1887)
The Lebanon Express.
Business is lively in Poio.
lu-uienilwr the Thanksgiving dinner.
Say, have you got over j our mail
The slate, tax will double lliat of hist
Court proceedings in another coi-l-mn.
A number of visitors arc to be seen
The population of Washington Ter
iltory is only 80,000 less than that of
A. C. Churchill advertises a bay
marc "strayed or stolon," in another
G. W. Smith, Rsq.
supper nt the
the new M. E.
church spire. .
Kext Thursday - is Thanksgiving
Pay, in consequence turkeys and
chiekens arc roosting hitrh.
The mi .road outfit of Mr. Malone j
lias bocnatlached. We did not get all j
the particulars in the matter. !
We give the official vote of Linn i
e-v.mty this week. It is indeed the
'banner blue ribbon' county.
During the somewhat violent wind
Morm on Friday last, the city lc!l tow
er was turned over. No damage to the
We now need" the wood promised on
smliseription. Please think of us as
yeu "make the fire" these frosty morn-1
The town council on Tuesday rail
ins ordered several new cross-walks to
1 laid; also a general repairing of the j
fid ones. j
The Good Templars of Scio gave rJ
rainbow, parlv on Tuesdav evening.
We are informed it was a Verv pleas-1
!ii:t occasion. " ;
Churchill & Monteith handled 4-5,-j
f) 1 u1k1s of wheat at the Lebanon
warehouse "this year.
As yet none is ;
Quite a number of Sweet Home par-
ties' were in Ix-I anon on Sunday who j
departed Monday morninar for Albanv j
to attend court.
Multnomah Typographical Union 1
'o. S3, of Portland, adottfa a resolution
il.-tlarin? itselT in favor of ten hours' ?
w rk f.rr ten hours' pay. j
Tlio Vi!lflmi.)to TV-c!.vf pre r,f I
. . , , , r, , t . ' , " .
Cumberland Presbyterian church, will
meet in Euirene Citv on Friday next
November 25, sit 7 P. ar.
The Oregon state fair realized, i-i ter prieMhis year. The San Francis
rhuling the V" received from the! cra.sU ba3 lwn very detrimental in
ttauy the sum of 22,349.50; nreniiunw ! V.U.1()US w.ava to tho f;:rn,ers of Oregon,
and expenses, ?1 7,-529.46. land, while we would rejoice to see
The trip to Sweet Home is now j them get a dollar a bushel for their
south more agreeable than h.st winter, wheat, ol-servations of home and for
s -d. Giiison runs a first-class covered ieign markets da not portend favorably
h:.ck, and makes the lest of time. ;a nst direction. If the wheat of this
While whisky men are -nlrocdy I valley -ou!d be moved at eveu 75 cents
boycotting busines and profession-1 per bushel, there M-ouid 1e a decided
al men, temperance men ought to 'change for the better in financial c-ir-
throw all their patronage to them.
A few days previous to the election
t friend tfoui-s guessed the anti-prohi- the First Presbyterian church this
biti.n vote in this precinct at eighty, j even ins: will legiu at 7 30 o'clock. Sun
He only missed it fourteen in the right j per will be servt-d at S:Io. The follow-
direction, too: ling is a brief programme of the eutcr-
. home o the nicest meats we have i
p. en this serson is now being sold f.t
the Lebanon meat market. Pasture
must be abundant to produce such ex
cellent fid bet f.- .
J. C SItmarsh called at the hard
ware store of G. W. Smith, on Monday
I.it and supplied himself with the
iiovessary cans preparatory to boiling
nlowii a lot of fat hogs.
T. O. Peebler's store now presents a
business like appearance, thoroughly
filled with an extensive line of grocer
ies, confectioneries, furnishing goods,
etc. "Ad." next week.
The adjourned term of the circuit
court of this county has been In session
during this week. Owing to. the ill-
n ess of Judjre Roise, Judge Stearns, of j lowing offer: In remuneration to any
Muitnomah, is presiding. j one who will send us weekly the local
This would be a funny world, indeed, events in their vicinity, we will send
if everybody was of the same opinion, them the Express free of charge, also
A few 'individuals would then nave a j one copy to any friend they maj- des
ciean walk over on most anything i ignate. We want about twelve per
their limited intelligence might sug-sons throughout the county to accept
i.".;eit. . - J this offer, their contributions to be
From the latest returns it appears ! used bv the 'ltor in the general make
that all the amendments voted on j UP of the loeal department of this pa
Tuesday are defeated. Prohibition by 1 Per- thc first one to ac"
about '7,000 majority, change of clec-'j tnis ofllr and et two of
lion, "12,000; salaries of tstate officers,
A gold watch is on exhibition at G.
T. Cotton's grocery store. The person
guessing nearest the amount of nuts
and beans in a glass jar will get it with
a lot of baking powder. Any oue buy
ing a?aii is entitled to a guess.
Mr. Dllly, of Scio, broke one of his
arms a f ;w days ago while hunting in
tlie foothills. He was fftanrling on a
log preparing to send a ballet through
tire heart of a deer, when the log roll
ed and he fell on his arm, fracturing a
During the winter the O. P. Co. will
run three boats on the Willamette riv
er, navigating all the way between
Portland and Eugene City. Competi
tors will have to rise early in the morn
ing to get ahead of this rustling com-
While w-orkimr on the Santiam
bridge a few days ago, Charles Johnson
Jht his balance and fell to the rocks
K'low. One of his legs Was broken at
the ankle aud lie was well bruised up.
Dr. JJiU, of Albany, was tent for and
The friends of prohibition have rais
ed over $13,000 and w ill increase it to
$4.5,000 to send the Voice to every
preacher In America till after the pres
i ientjal election. Would not a little
more enterprise and lilieralitj' by tem
perance people help temperance pa
pers here? A disposition on the part
of the temperance people of Linn coun
ty to stand by the Exphkhs equal to
those who desire to break it down,
would I.K,k very coriMsU-nt just liow""" iiiuku mimc.u ti.ta.
lW.desthcy would hu keeping th.-ir ' Tuil)0 is nlwil !r,(1. t Milb-rV
money at Lome. Think of tills prohi- I driiir Moiv. lie keeps a iii.e assort- .
i 'tiouieU.- x I ment ol goda ami chai'tn.'?) rtasonai.'le.-
AXOTIIKR PKTITIOX ti Til K P. O. 1.
That the P. t). department will suf
fer people to be annoyed in the man
ner we of Lebanon are concerning our
mails, is-just a little too mean for 'any
thing. We have no disposition to
rave at the Narrow Gunge road, from
the fact that as it does not como to
Lebanon, our mails should not he han
dled by it, especially when we have a
railroad which does come here. The
P. O. department alone is to blame.
They had no right to change the mail
in the first place, as the people of
Lebanon were well satisfied with the
service. Some time ago a petition was
circulated and largely signed to have
the Lebanon mail come via. the O. &
C. road, and the P O. IV asked for bids
for delivering It from the depot to the
postoffiee, but nothing has been heard
from said bids since they left Lebanon,
showing that the said petition and
bids have been totally ignored. We
had but two mails from Friday of last
week up to Wednesday of this week.
Now another petition has been for
warded, to the P. O. D. asking that the
mails for this p!ae be transferred to
the O. & f. road, or that the Star
Route service be replaced between this
cit and Albany. If this is not com-
j plied with we siurcrest that one of the
Chicago Anarchists be resurrected, and
w ith dynamite In his eye, be sent into
the august presence of Mr. Vilas, This
might move him to an appreciation of
our. very aunoying situation.
IIeavv WnGHTS. Martin Prine, of
Crabtree Fork, this county, is the fath
er of twenty-two children and is nged i
76. lie crossed the plains in 1840 from
Missouri. He has in all sixty grand
children. Following are the names,
nsres and weiirhts of thirteen grand-
children, including their mother, who
heads the list: Ada Deakins, age 47,
weight 212; Frank Deakins, age 30,
night Maltha Deakins, age 28,
weight 200; lioon Deakins, age 27,
weight 2-16;' Henry Deakins, age 25,
weight 2ft; Marion Deaktas, age 4,
we's,,t 1S9; Jo,m Deaklna' "S
weiht 170 PoI,y I", age 20,
weight 100; Charley Deakins, age IS,
iweight 2158; Alfred Deukms, age , IB,
weight ISO; Pleasant Deakins, age 14,
tweight 111; Miles Deakins, age 11,
; weight 65; Rachacl Deakins, age 0,
wciuht W; Tomie Deakins,
o Market fok Wheat. At pres
ent the prospect for our farmers is any-i
thi"g but encouraging. There is no j
demand at any price. Even at C0i
cents, a price which gives the producer j
but little above expenses, is no induce- j
; ment to buyers. The question is, ar?
fthe fanners justified bv the present
...... - '
i outlook to hold on for advancements.
A review of the price "of last year's
, cron certslnlv doe n it warrant a bet-
Piwxjrammk. The entertainment at
Duet Misses Anna Talbot aud Ora
Solo Itev. I'ritchard. .
Recitation Mrs. Talbott.
Solo Davie Gibson. " . '
Chorus, "Jon me Smoker" By girls
: Solo Rev. Tritchard.
Duet Misses Hamilton.
Recitation Mrs. Hunt.
" All are invited to be present.
Ax Offer. It is the desire of the
Express to give the local news from
all parts of Linn county.. In order to
get this class of newB we. make the fol-
Of Ixterkst to School Ctjsrkr.
County School Superintendent Reid
has in his possession thirty-one war
rant?, in favor of the Clerks of different
school districts in the county, for school
moneys. Under a law of Oregon the
Superintendent has no right to deliver
these warrants until the Clerks have
fllfd bonds with him. This thirty-one
have failed to do, and hence have not
received the money belcngii g to their
districts. They should attend to the
matter at once. .
Dei-.nk and Disorderly. On Sat
urday last "Tip" Porter of Peoria, got
too much whisky aboard, became dis
orderly, whereupon Marshal Lamber
son took him to the "Tien." After a
hearing Recorder Roberts fined him
$8.00 and costs. We have not heard yet
whether the city attorney lias had the
fine reduced or not. Probably not.
y Fine Fruit TnEES.On Saturday of
last week, J. W. Wirt made a delivery
of fruit trees, and a nicer lot has never
been sold in this part of the county.
We congratulate Mr. Wirt on the suc
cessful canvas he has made this season,
and we hear that all who purchased
from him are well pleased with the va
rieties they recflved,
JIore Improvements. W. C. Pe
terson & Co. are putting another addi
tion on their livery stable. This indi
cates the prosperity they justly merit.
During the campaign this firm iu
manv ways were liberal to the cause
of prohibition. Temperance men
. 1. . . . T J u T. -, - ... , 4 ,. 4 1 , : ,,
lie Adjootiidl Term .IiulgB Strum
on h lS-iiicli---InH.tmet by
t! t.raml Jury.
The adjourned term of circuit court
convened at Albany ou Monday last,
with Judge Stearns of Portland on thc
bench, Judge Roise still being unable
to hold court.
The following cases have Wen dis
posed of up to Wednesday evening:
It. A. Rampy vs. H. L.' Thompson
and Amos Dunham, action at law on
promissory note; continued.
F. D. Leveriek vs. 11. Wills et al, ac
tion to reform deed; referred to L. II.
Minot Austin plaintiff vs. A. J. Aus
tin defendant, divorce; decree granted.
In the matter of the application of
V. R. Power and 70 others for the al
ternation or location and Vacation of a
county road. ,Appeal from the county
court, Thos. McWilllams objector and
appellant; dismissed at cost of appel
lant. In the matter of the application of
W. 15. Power and 70 others for the al
teration or location or vacation of a
county road. Appeal from the county
court, J. A, and E. Smith objectors
and appellants; dismissed at cost of
Elizabeth RoWrts plaintiff vs. Thos.
Roberta defendant, divorce; granted.
EHa M. Sehlosser plaintiff vs. M.
Sehlosser defendant, "divorce; referred
to N. R. Humphrey.
J. W. Mackey plaintiff vs. Cassan
dra Mackey defendant, divorce; grant
ed. Martha Cochran plaintiff vs Sylves
ter Cochran defendant, divorce; grant
M. J. Rriggs plaintiff vs Charles
Drigg-s defendant, divorce; granted.
C. W. Curl plaintiff vs. John T. Wil
liams et al., foreclosure; continued.
Emma Wyatt plaintiff va Thomas
Wyalt defendant, divorce; granted.
Alice It. Smith plainly f va. George
Ii. Smith defendant, divorce, referred
to H. H. Hewitt.
Indictmcu'8 were returned by the
grand -jury against C T. Mooney for
burglary in the residence of A. Har
mon at Scio, and against Otto JJridge
mont for r.ssault upon the person of
C'haa. Ryan was indicted by the grand
jury for an attempt to rape Ella M.
Mack at Scio. The prisoner was ar
raigned and given until to-morrow to
In the case of Win. Fox held fir as
sault upon the person of M. C. Hughes
at the Mountain house in Septemter
the grand jury returned not a true bill
and the defendant was released from
State vs. Otto Rridgemont, charged
with assault, prisoner arraigned and
plead not guilty.
State vs Strauder Long, larceny; con
tinued. State vs C. T. X,ooney, burglary; pris
oner arraigned, plead not guilty and
time of trial set for 1 o'clock Tuesday.
The case of A. P. Maxweil vs M.
Hogan, injunction suit to enjoin the
collection of a fraudulent note (the
wheat swindle case) was dismissed at
plaintiffs cost, also the suit against
Hewitt & Rrynnt to recover possession
of the same' note.
Alicj E. Elliott vs Amandy J. Rapp
et a!., partition; continued.
J. JL Kirk patrick plaintiff vs John
Ray defendant, to recover money; dis
mised at plaintiffs cost.
J. 11 Kirkpatrick plaintiff vs George
V. Uilyeu, to recover money; dismiss
ed at plaintiffs cost.
Mary M. Hall plaintiff vs Willard
P.Hall defendant, divorce; granted.
Arnold Poliak Jk Co. plaintiffs vs J.
A. Gross defendant, to recover money;
T. Ii. Wait vs Chas, Schafer, to re
cover mosey; judgement for w atit of
Report of the Lebanon Public Seised
for the month ending Nov. 11, lixST:
Nuinber of hoys 2S; numlter of girls
21. Total number attending this
month 49. Average daily attendance,
39. Pupils neither absent nor tardy,
Maggie Cotton, Georgie Cotton, John
nie Ralston, Gilbert Stringer, Chester
Stringer, Joseph Moist, Charlie Dona-c-a,
Walter Peterson, Odell Peterson,
Charlie Parrish, Mollie Parrish, Jessie
Andrews, John Gibson.
Miss Faxnie Grigs,
Number of boys 11; number of girls
23. Total number attending this
month 34. Average daily attendance
22. Pupils neither absent nor tardy,
Ora Andrews, Walter Miller, Ilda El
kins, Minnie Hamilton, Mima Hamil
ton, Merton Burroughs, Pattie Gay
lord, Maud Eaton. Number of visitors
in both departments was 14. The di
rectors, Messrs. Rurkhart, Donaca and
Montague visited the school during
this month. The Interest manifested
by them is a great eneouragment to
teachers and pupils. Now parents fol
low their good example. A business
man to succeed well must attend to his
business rejrularly and punctually, and
so it is In every avocation of life, but it
is more important that a child in at
tending school should do so punctually
and rejrularly lecause he is forming
habits that will be a benefit or an in-
! Jury to him as long as he may live.
; I HAS. S. HUNT,
Previous to the death of Robert Pent
land, of Scio, oneof Linn county's no
blest men, he entertained a desire to
present the Union Sunday School of
that place with a bell to be placed on
the Baptist church. Being, suddenly
stricken down by apoplexy, he was
deprived of the opportunity to make
the bequest. The family, however,
; have carried out his noble design and
on Tuesday last a fine large bell bear
ing the following inscription was put in
place ou the church above mentioned:
Presented to the
SCIO rXIOS SCXDAY SCHOOL,
In Memory of
Who Died July 5, 1SS7.
This is but one of the many acts of
Mr. Ten Hand's Christian benevolence.
The history of his life is full of them,
i as he was always ready with open
! heart and hand to advance every good
i euu-e. The people of Scio have every
reason ui t uensn inc memory rr one i
wh during his, life among theiGV'd i
so much lo eK- ate and ;dvai;,;i tin ;
i - j. i . ... j.
and d and other interests of their, town
E. H. Montague paid the county seat
a visit on Wednesday.
A. R. Cyrus now occupy the store
room recently vacated by W, C. Peter
son. Walter Howes, one of Sweet Home's
rustling farmers, was In town yester
Mrs. Greeno, for some time on Inva
lid at the St. Charles hotel, is now con
valescing. The many new goods at M. A. Mil
ler's drug store, tells the object of his
visit to Portland last Meek.
Mrs. J. D. licit, of M'Coy, Polk coun
ty, is visit ng in Lebanon, the guest of
her brother, C. C. Hackleman.
Mr. McKnce of Kansas, arrived in
Lebanon on Monday night. Jle will
probably reside in town this winter.
Jeff. Myers, one of Seio's best young
men, left for San Fraueisco on Tues
day, where he will spend tho winter.
T. C. Feebler on Tuesday last visited
Stay ton returning with his wife who
had been visiting relatives ami friends
at that phjee. .
Mrs. H. E. Parrish, the agreeable
landlady of the St. Charles hotel, spent
the day at the farm, seven miles south
of town, on Monday last.
W. M. Abbott one of Seio's live
young busihess men, accompanied by
Mr. Joe. Morris, ot Sweet Home, call
ed at Lebanon on Wednesday.
Ruff. Hiatt returned from flic moun
tains yestenltiy, looking as though the
snowy climate of the Cascades was
well adapted to his plij slcal culture.
On Monday night last, W. P. Small,
wife and four children arrived in Lcla
non from Kas.,and are now permanent
ly located ou the H. E. Parrish farm.
. D. H. Mot horn, oneof Sweet Home's
well-to-do citizens, called at lAbanon
an Sunday. He was on his way to at
tend court at Albany as a juror. He
left his name for Ihe Express.
W. C. Peterson was In Stayton the
first of this week. The livery -business
of W, C. P. & Co. is fastly increasing.
They deserve the appreciation of the
public in this direction, having the
best turnouts in Lebanon.
Peter Powell, and son, of Hamilton
creek, called at Lebanon Tuesday on
their way home from Albany. Mr.
Powell had been to the county seat on
business as administrator of the etate
of his grand son w ho died recently.
J. G. Heed, one of the energetic far
mers of Hamilton, creek, and who by
the way owns one of the finest farms
In that vicinity, was in town Monday.
Mr. Recti, like many others, feels jubi-
lant over the result of the election on
prohibition in this county.
The Ladies Aid Society of tlie M. E-j
ehurch or this plat-e will giv a dinner
on Thanksirivin.tr Day, Trom 12 to 2
o'clock. The followins: will be the
Ibmst Turkey and Chicken witii
Cranbery "bailee. C'hieken Pie.
Masheti Potatoes, Turirfis, Tomatoes,
Cream Slaw, Cold law.
Celery, Pickles, Pickallily.
Light Bread, Hot Rolls, Boslou Brown
Mince, Pumpkin and Berry Pie. rtmii
1'inMing, Fruit and 'Cake.
Tea and Coffee.
The price for this sumptuous dinner
is only 2-5 cents. Everybody is re
quested to attend.
TE ACHE Its EXAMINATION.
Notice Is hereby eiven that the regu
lar public quarterly examination of
teachers will lie held at the court house
in AJlany, Linn county, Oregon, com
mencing at noon on Weduesday, No
vember 30, 1S87. AH those desiring to
pass examination will please take notice
and be present at the beginning.
1. V. 8. Reid. Co. Sch. Supt
Another Pioneer Passes Away.
Mr. T. J. Holland died in Spencer pre
cinct hist faturday, from the bursting
of a blood vessel in tlie brain; aged 02
years, 10 months and 11 days. The
deceased was born in Marshal county,
Tennessee, and at the age of 18 emi
grated to Missouri, from whence he
emigrated to Oregon in lS-"2. He ar
rived in Lane county the fall of that
year and has continuously resided in
this county. For many years he was
a citizen of Eugene, and held the office
of city recorder and justice of the peace
a - considerable length of time. He
was an orderly sergeant under Cap
tain Bailey in the Rogue River Indian
war. Squire Holland leaves many
friends who respected him for his gen
erous and noble oualities. Ills re
mains were buried in the Mulkey cem
etery. A widowed wife and ten chil
dren mourn his death. Guard.
State Schools. The value ot school
houses and school lands in the State is
$1,159,749.50, value of school furniture
f?9,2Gl,26, of apparatus, charts, maps,
etc., $12,809,30. The average salaries
of teachers is for males $43.78, females,
$.14.79. The number of teachers in the
public schools Is males C19, females, 1,
170, total 2,089. There are 1,324 school
houses in the State and 149 organized
public school districts. There are 44,
691 females and 43,520 males over 4 and
under 20 years of age. Total 87,217.
The number of pupils enrolled during
the year is as follows: Males, 27,183;
females, 25,842; total, 53,025. Average
daily attendance, males, 18,973; fe
males, 18,433) total, 37.406, Jf umber
of teachers employed, males, 919; fe
males, 1,170, total, 2,089.
Thanksoivino Bau.-Oii Thanks
giving evening November 24, 1887, Mr.
M. D. Wheeler will plvo a grand ball,
which will evidently be an enjoyable
affair for all who love to "trip the
light fantastic." Tickets, including
an oyster supper at the St, Charles ho
Parties indebted to F. H. Roseoe &
Co., are requested to call and settle
i their accounts at once and save cost.
Parties indebted to Churcfiill ifc Mon-
call in and settle up
We iim-t have money to do i
C. P. MONTAGUE'S COLUMN.
returns Ms leil tlmnts toolrt frienls and new who
nune fomurd wi i.roinitly when be akK for a gen
eral wttlvmcnt; There U yet a frvnt ninny Uhkis
tv1 dollars due me hlrh I would be rery Kiwi to
reeeijit lor. Conic up at once genUomea and let
u have peace.
On the Keen Trot.
Xeilhi-r Slontajriie or his elcrks set time toar- ;
rnmulate r.iueh Beh on ae-niut of U !nii tcit on j
thp keea ,mt wa,li"
on t!itoiner. I!o has no 1
f-Khlinx wetaUla to announce, but he i lies the j
hrarj -cii;!it te!ae aaythins near hiiu in low j
prices. Alwavs go to Jtmrtucue, we are not tv j
ovorimMt-nci wjiij im io ra:i on j-ou im si u p.n
onr pood fxvdi stix k at the tcry sjuailtst living
rtmgivwaG INCHES FOR A TAItD." lie men
tires with the nanie old yardstick lie has iwd in j
Lelmmm for the wt 1(5 rears. When yiw want j
Tull measure, low iwiee, pod gootU atl jxilite at- (
-..11 (n u-41I .11 Ih... u....li;..... '
esbtlng at M'wtny ue's Mduiuioth Cosh siore.
has none hut kindly feelinir Tor his competitor?.
But Bay, boys, if you w-nily want to fell any goods
why do you it around nil day aeeumulntiiiR fat
instead of rnstlinjr for trade? Sell your (roods
awny dowtt like Montnga? docs, aud till may be
J Andrews ft Hncklomnns Col'. J
c? u n r
raorc Goolx in 1k-, by 25 per cent, than tve did in
K. The-rea.on frthat i, we kee the best
(tootls atuiiitubk', and scU them lower than any
cne ele. Our
I Intinen. AU tlie Yee hal hey theia, at
Hrav lj:y anin, lA'tan; tbef know what a eocl
article L. and tbey know hat liter cati. Wc sue
Sde .3vnt for. .
We 1e ire Is fa.tajit!j keep Iseforc tJ.e j-'il-Ue Hie
W. L. Douglas
So ererjlxnij- will lw where to ret them.
Tiiey ate. w il ha quest i.n, the btl raiue for the
tumier iu Uis cimutrjr.
Otbef !ii)cs auch a Iry Goolis, Gentrf Furnishing
tiomls, IhIr and Shoes, Hats and CafM, Groceries,
and In fiiCt the whole Uuo is moving In Iwgc
ii f i nnnni An!
WALL ACS & TKt
. THE '
SOLE AGENTS f
jaTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTr?TTTf rfTTTTTTT TTTT
F. H. ROSCOE & CO.,
Iron, fSteel and Coal, C?tjrioiites Tools.
"Wnjyoii 3XiiteiiiI. IJuiIlert Ilnrdwai'e,
ltopc and Cordage. Powder, Hhot, etc.
AViUftfOMB antj Uttggfgiiit. Saws and Axes. .
GUNS AND AM3IUNITIO:
i If von wish to purchase a lioe for
the wear ami tear of every day uatre, that is ma te or hoiK-a Kaii
throughout, and ou common-sense ideas, call for
HENDERSON'S "SCHOOL SHOE,"
made of Iwvth Bright and and O'A Grain, and known everywhere hv the T
Mark of the LITTLE RED SCHOOL HOUSE, fimud on the bott'-m of oi
each pair. 2one genuine without it. Beware of imitations.
v TRY HENDERSON'S SPECIAUTIES.
Their Womehs' Cnracoa Kid and Tampieo Uoat IutionT to retau at -i.
Iheir Womens' Henderson Kid. French tanned. Button, to retail at 3.0o.
The areslitclied with Silk, made solid in every particular, and -i!l inake you?
feet look sftiall and shapely.
FOR SALE 13 Y-
Clias. T3. lontasuc, Utobniion, i
J. A. BEARD,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Piiugs -:- and
-Irairits, Oils and Glass.-
Fine Toilet Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Etc,
And Fancy Toilet Articles.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDEQ.
Main Street, Lebanon, Oregon,
W. B. DONACA,
Groceries and. Povisions,
Tobacco and Cigars.
Confectionary, Crockery, 'Glass and Plated Wan
Pure Sugar and Maple Syrups.
AGENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
GOODS AT REASONABLE PHICCS," !3
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In. Exchange for Gooisj,