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q Lebanon Express.
FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1888.
Clbony-Monteue Her. O. TC. Oiboftv
and Sflii Mary Montague tTnHed
in the Holy Bond! of Wedlock.
The wedding of Rev. G. W. Gibony,
pastor of the 1st Presbyterian church,
nd Miss Mary Montague, which occur
red at this place Wednesday, June 6th,
was a very pleasant affair.
At precisely 11:30 at the Rate of the
brides' home the happy couple entered
a carriage and in a few minutes they
were at the church, which was elabor
ately decorated with flowers and ever
greens. Relatives and a host of friends
were gathered to witness the marriage
ceremony conducted by Rev. Gillespie,
The bride and groom stood in the
midt of a profusion of flowers forming
n arch over their heads and beneath
large wedding bell made of rare and
beautiful flowers. At the right tf the
Kroom and left of the Irlde were three
little girls dressed in white as attend
ants. Immediately after the ceremony
the delighted husband and wife, arm In
arm, returned to the carriage and wt-re
-driven to the residence of Mr. Monta
gue, where a sumptous dinner was
spread for the invited guests. After
the company had congratulated the
happy pair, all repaired to the dining
room and for one solid hour indulged
in the real comforts characteristic of
the inner man. When all had eaten
heartily and were satisfied, the wedded
pair donned their travelling suits, en
tered the carriage and were driven rap
idly away amidst a shower of rice and
Hie genial host and hostess added
much to the pleasine of the occasion.
jRvery one was delighted, and no doubt
the bride and groom heartily concurred.
Mr. and Mrs. Gibony will spend a
week at the quiet and delightful moun
tain home of Mrs. Malej-;such a fitting
tlace to spend their honeymoon in the
month of roses. On their return to
Lebanon they will settle down to mar
ried life which we hope will be long
Albany and Portland papers please
Notes ox Cf.awfordsvii.le. This
beautiful vills-ge nestles in a pictur
esque valley on the right bank of the
Calapooia, seven miles east of Browns
ville. It has a daily mail and stage
"connection with the outside world.
We enjoyed the hospitality of the Mos
es family, in real old Virginia style.
We lived over the days of long ago
while enjoying the warm friendship cf
this excellent family. This town and
onimunity are noted for their generous
Christaiu hospitality. It was first set
tled in 1S by Mr. R. Glass, a gentle
man of Stirling worth, and so zealous
he for the morals of the place, that
in each deed for a let, it was cspecialy
stipulated that no whisky or raault
liquors should be sold. -In the same
year R. J. Finl-yy built a custom mill
one mile below the present towni-ite.
This mill has long: enjoyed a large pat- i
gigec, and the present enterprisirg ;
r. J. B. iveeuey, is enlarging
T -itss csnacitv and is construct-
- ;Js"rge warehouse to accomodate
-i.s many customers, in order to give
some idea of the git np and enterprise ;
of this flourishing village we mention
the manufactories all of which are run
by water power. One edge tool estab
lishment by H. B. Derrick, whose hon
est work is fully attested by many a
settler. One door sash and plaining
mill by Glass Bros., who keep on hand
large assortment of the very best ma
terial. One saw mill and shingle fact
ory by Pugh, Fields & Hale, who art
prepared to fill all orders on short no
tice. Tan yard by G. II. Scott & Bon
who are noted for their urbanity and
fairdealing. Tnere are three gener 1 j
stores, one Hotel, one boot and shoe
chop and one blacksmith shop. Hiese
ood people have erected an elegant
house of worship that would do credit
to a larger town. We learn that the
school is well attended. Settlers from
the east who are in serch of a home
would do well to visit this thriving
1 Debts aj.tj Duties. Debts and du
I i ties would be nearly synonymous words
f were it tiot that custom has associated
the word "debt" so closely with money
I .as almost to confine its use to th at alone.
f Every duty is however, really a delt
' , thaiaj-something which we owe and
? ought to pay. It may be money or it
may be service, it may be justice or
1 ' mercy, command or obedience, protec
T tion or friendship, reverence or love;
, -whatever it be that comes to us an ob
; ligation to be met, a fluty to be perform
ed, is also a debt that is owed, which a
healthful conscience will not desire to
JfiCE Cake. Oursancto sanctorum
was honored on last Wednesday after
- noon by Mis3 Ida Montague and Miss
Kate Hackleman, who were the bearers
of a large quantity of delicious wedding
cake, with the compliments of the
bride and groom. The ladies are the
friends of the poor printers, and we
only wish that they would brighten
our sanctum with their smiles as often
as they an, and bring along the good
thing3 with them.
' Democeatic Convention At St.
jLotns. Grover Clevland was nomina
ted for reelection by acclamation. Allen
G. Thuiman of Ohio for Vice President
Gen. Collins was permanent Chairman.
Great harmony ia convention and un
bounded enthusiasm for the candidate?.
The tariff platform of 1884 was readopt-
ed and Watterson's new plank of radical
-nrmed was defeated in committee.
i? w Haas died Saturday June 2 of
nflamation of the stumach and bowclls
and was OUIlt-u at jjeuauuu ouuuaj ,
June 3, 1SS8.
"We call special attention to C. B.
Montague's "ad"in this issue in conse-
nen-ce of the immense rush, he has
eluded to sell dress goods another
-,at cost, strictly for cash. Ladies
-is your time to secure bargains.
'""""it take quinine for malarial dis
"jyer's Ague Cure contains
. mr any other injurious ingre-;-
l preparation, if taken strict
irdance with directions, is
-"TMjrc ajl rnalarial diseases.
W. C.T. U. AND SUNDAY
COLU Kl M .
"Peace on Earth and Good Will to
We want to lay a high tarrifF on the
(Suent, attainments and moral Worth
of he good women of Linn county
and elsewhere, and collect as largo rev
enue frbm their heads and warm hearts
to help this paper In its protection of
their interest, their homes and their
loved ones. This revenue of brain
power and heart energies for Protec
tion strictly, for pure lives pure homes
and spotless characters! And we earn
estly call on our lady friends for their
co-operation and help. Let the sweet
influence of love to God and love for
mankind pervade this column.
A Trsctical Keltglon.
We want a religion that softens the
step and tunes the voice to melody,
and checks the impatient exclaimation
and harsh rebuke; a religion that is
I olite, deferential to superiors, courte
ous to inferiors, and considerate to
friends; a religion that goes into the
family, and keeps the husbands from
being cross when the dinner was late,
and keeps the wife from fretting when
the husband tracks the newly-washed
floor with his muddy boots, and makes
the husband mindful of the scraper
and the door-mat; keeps the mother pa
tient when the baby is fretful, and
amuses the children as well as instructs
them; cares for the servants besidts
paying them promptly; projects the
honeymoon Into the harvestmoon, and
makes the happy home like the East
ern fig-tree, bearing in its bosom at once
the beauty of its tender blossoms and
the glory of its ripened fruit." We
want a religion that shall interpose be
tween the ruts and gullies and rocks
of the highway of life, and the sensi
tive souls that are traveling over them.
Lebanon Or., May 30, 13S3.
Mr. Ed. None but a mother knows
the deep anxiety and daily solicitude
of our hearts, for the welfare and hap
piness cf our children. So many tem
tations beset them so many wicked
people trying to entrap them and they
so unsuspecting of danger, that we al
most tremble at the thought, that even
in this Christian community our dear
boys and girls are in constant danger
of loosing moral strength and with that
We are shocked, and shame mantles
our cheek, to see how impudent and
brazen face meanness is carried on in
our town. The time has come when
every woman ana especially every
mother, who loves home, purity of life
and who loves herehildren must speak
out. We must organize for our own
defense and protection orit will soon be
said of us that we are either indifferent
to know public immoralities, or else we
have not the selfrespect or moral forti-j
tude to confront the mischief. Now I
propose through the columns of your
papc-r that we agitate this matter and
I call upon the W. C. T. TJ. to awake
from their lethargy and let us acquit
ourselves worthy of cur name
Before the twentitth century gets
here, it is safe to affirm, some other tre
mendously importan t changes, evolu
tionary, if not also revolutionary, will
have taken place in the thoughts and
sympathies, the customs and activities
of christaiu women, in view of the
weal and woe of the human race. AH
along the lines of Christain missions,
far away or close at hand; education,
in home, church and school, In litera
ture and in social life; in fashions and
eustom, in conversation and personal
influence whether with vote or with
out vote already the hour is come for
the sacred power of good women to be
put forth, with endlessly diversified ef
fect, welcome and mighty as that of the
season when winter turns to spring.
It is a blessed thing for any man or
woman to have a friend, one human
soul whom we can trust utterly, who
knows the best and worst of us, and
who loves us iu spite of all our faults,
who will speak the honeet truth to us
while the world flatters us to our face
and laughs &t us behind our back, who
will give us council and reproof in the
day of prosperity and self-conceit, but
who, again, M ill comfort and encourage
us in the day of difficulty and sorrow,
when the world leaves us alone to fight
our own battles as we can.
The General Assembly of the Cum
berland Presbyterian church closed its
oSth session at Waco, Texas, on May 24.
It was the largest, and perhaps the
most interesting of any previous meet
ing. Over 600 deligates and commis
sioners in attendance from almost every 1
state and territory in the
America Un- i
ion. The past year has been one of gre at
religious prosperity, both iu the home
and foreign work, and every depart
ment of work is reported with cheering
There are truths, however unwel
come and distasteful, that must be ut
tered. There are well-considered
schemes of united effort to be devised
and organized into victory. To ima
gine that all this would ever be done
by men alone, acting wholly apart
from women, and the women
standing aloof from the men. pas
sive and speechless, would be without
sense or reason.
The Woman's International Council
assumed a permanent form by the ap
pointment of a central committee of
which Miss Willard is chairman, This
committee represents the various socie
ties and associations whose delegates
attended the council, and it will keep
in hand the various women movements.
Take away the bad and debasing;
bring forward the good and the elevat
ing. Ana in an our endeavors, sock to
know the Lord's will, that nothing be
done through malice, self-seeking, or
lor tne sate oi oomg.
The life-giving properties of Ayer's
barsaparnlla nave established its well
earned reputation, and made it the
moit effectual and popular blood puri
fier of the day. For all diseases of the
sloiniich, liver, and kidneys, this has
no equal. Price SI.
Quite a number of invited guests
from Albany and elsewhere attended
the wedding at this place yesterday.
TOLD BY CORRESPONDENTS
Born, May, SI, 1883, to the wife of J
F. Gross, a son.
James Driver and D. Standlsh return
cd from the Calapooia mineral belt,
during the past week.
Miss Frankie Hopkins, of Albany,
paid Brownsville friends a visit on Sat
' The juvenile concert given on Sun
day evenlne at the North Brownsville
City Hall, in aid of the Foreign Mitfl
sionary fund, was largely attended, the
"little folks" acquitting themselves in
a most satisfactory manner.
The examination of the pupils of the
North Brownsville school, B. F. Chil
ders, Principal, Miss Hattle Long,
Assistant, which has been in progress
during the past week, closed with ap-
dropriate exercises, consisiing of dia
logues, recitations and vocal music, on
Friday last, the students giving evi
dence of careful training and close ap
plication to studies.
G. A. Dyson, Silas Powell,' Jode
Moore, S. W, Wlllson and Wm. Hart
ley, returned from the Blue river min
ing district on Friday last.
Road Supervisor Evans, has teams
and hands working out their read and
property tax, gravelling and filling up
ruts, and putting the thoroughfare in
good order for the fall and winter
The Kirk boys during a recent trip
up the Calapooia river, caueht 4ou
trcnt; some of the larger ones being two
feet in length.
Wild strawberries have been very
plentiful for the past four weeks; large
quantities have been gathered, and the
supply is not yet exhausted.
The recent change of time on the O.
Ry., limited, is as follows; train leaves
Brownsville at C4 a. m., returning,
arrives at 6:55 p. m. The public desir
ous of visiting Portland will now ar
rive at the city at 3 p. ra., much earlier
than by the discontinued time sched
ule. Madame Slater, billed as "the only
Lady Magician in America," at the
City Hall on Thursday evening, gave
an entertainment to a very select, but
remarkaoly small audience, as per bills
a tin shop in any man's hat" failed to
draw a crowd or accumulate much tin
in the madames hat
On Monday the candidates addressed
the Brownsville public at the North
Brownsville City Hall; each side of
the party question, being ably discuss
ed; during the days session the legal
voter had ample opportunity of becom
ing versed on "tariff."
Joseph Hume, during the past week
received a painful wound in the foot
by being hooked by a cow;the horn of
the infuriated animal penetrating a
heavy boot and tearing the fk-sh from
the injured foot.
The continued showers of Saturday
somewhat dampened the ardor of the
"picnieers," who contemplated visiting
Coburg, iu consequence of which the
number of excursionists leaving here,
were very few.
At 6. p. m. on Thursday last, "the
long looked for and much desired rain
put in an appearance, falling steadily
during the night. The amount of ben
efit derived from the timely moisture
can hardly be computed, as the grain
crop is now past all danger from drouth
and vegetation is making rapid growth
under the influence of the warm show
ers. The Williamett Tresbytery of the
Cumberland Presbyterian church meets
with the Mary River congregation four
miles south of Philomath in ' Benton
county, on Thursday the 14th of June
at 7 o'clock P. M. It is to be hoped
that all the churches will be represent
ed. Delegates and visitors who po on
the train will be met at rhilomath at
1 o'lock the same day. . Also at the
same time and place, iu connection
wuu uie aoove meeting there will be a
camp meeting on the self sustatning
plan. Every boby cordily invited.
As we see you have no correspondence
from this place, we thought that we
would get in and send you some items
from this little vicinity, situated four
miles south of j-our city with a good
countiy around it.
The farmers, we predict are all jubil
ant over the nice rain that has come, it
will bring forth abundant crops for
the farmer, and gardens of all kinds;
grain of all kinds in this vicinity was
wanting rain very bad.
Mr. William Temple was thrown off
of a horse one day last week, and got
pretty badly jammed up, but conse-
qently no bones were broken.
citizens of Rock Hill, gathered
together and had a fine Sunday School
picnic on last Tuesday. Quite a crowd
was present and a splendid dinner was
prepared by all present. Their speaker
did not get here on some account but
he came the next day and spoke to
a good audience. The Sunday School
at this place is well attended.
Rock Hill has become very popular,
we have a butcher new, with Mr. A.
Dodge in the lead. He is selling good
Mr. George Leslie and son have just
returned from a business trip to Salem.
Mr. John Wilson of Rock Hill, has
been cutting hay of late and it caught
all this nice rain. Farmers had better
wait until the rain ia over before they
commence to cut their hay.
There was some kind of a show per
formed here at the school house on last
Tuesday night, to a small crowd.
We are glad to note that Sam Wilson
of Sodaville is improving very rapidly.
We are in hopes he will get well.
Airs. anaerpooi ot tsodaville, was
buried at the new cemetery at Rock
liin, a week ago Tuesday. She was
one of the Oregon Pioneers, and was
troubled with the dropsy.
Sheep shearing is the feature of the
day in these parts.
1 1 A WKEYE.
Waterloo is all vc.
The walk ajjd shade at Ihe spring is
Mr, Clias, II. Younger of Brownsville
Is recreating at this place.
Mrs. John Johnston and daughters,
expect to Start for Cedarville Kansas,
this week. John dollarhide a brother
of Mrs. Johnston, will accompany them
Mr. Josiah Flynn, Is In town, and
reports everything looking well around
him. Mr. Flynn, has the finest pros
pects for oats I have seen this spring.
)f" Mr. F. Krlosr has some verv fine
wheat, probably the best in this vicini
IT Prof- H. A. CIrk in fMial.tnv tliincr
at the Elkins ranch, he is producing a
fine quality of butter, and plenty of it.
cs - - - - " C"
Persons wishing pasture can find the
best in the country at the Elkins place
with running water in the pasture.
Billy McFherson, is putting up a
dwelling across the river, for C. C
Montague, he has Mr. J. E. Embree
helping put the house up, and will com
plete it soon at the rate they are work
S. M. Wilson is reported belter, this
his friends will be glad to hear.
The Dollarhide Bros, are still slash
ing brush for Robt. McCulloch.
The post master here gave new bonds
and we aro assured of a continual post
S. A. DeVaney is having splendid
success with Parson's Laws of Business
and is Introducing H. C. Lunison's
As yet no one has taken theo pporiun-
Ity offered here for holding a camrnieet-
ing. I suppose every one realizes thead
vantages offered; that It is handy to
water, pasture can be obtained; ev
erything necessary for food for both
man and animals, and access to the
famous Waterloo soda spring, and a
cool and healthy surrounding. These
are things to be coveted; at least to be
sought for. No alcholic liquors for sale
nearer than 6 miles. What more fav
orable auspices does relitrion desire.
These advantages ought to strike some
ligious philosopher with forte enough
to take the opportunity and to take It
now. Address the post master at this
place for fur ther particulars.
Mr. J. C". Oros, is beginning to reap
the benefit for his work and outlay cn
the many Improvements he has made
in his hotel.
Your correspondent Is the eleventh
best cook in town.
PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE
Dr. Mark Hayter. Dentist, Lebanon.
Rev. Gillespie of New Port is in town
W. B. Donaca has another carload of
line for market.
Salem was visited with a 73,000.
Are a few night since.
Mrs. Red path, of Fort Stcilacoom, is
a guest of Mr ana Mrs. Montasrue.
Don't forget the camp meeting at
Sodaville; commencing on Wednesday
the 20th of June.
The streets of Lebanon presented a
lively appcrance Inst Friday, on the
occasion of the speaking by the various
Miss Mattie Nixon who has been
spending the winter and spring with
relatives in California, returned home
There will be a mass convention of
the Sunday schools of Lebanon, at the
Academy, Sunday, June 24,at8o'clock.
A nice program Is being prepared.
The public school closed in Lebanon,
last Friday, with some very pleasing
exercises by the little folks, and a nice
lunch prepared by the older ones.
Miss Kate Hackleman, one of Alba
ny's accomplishrd young ladies was a
guest at the wedding at C. B. Monta
gue's. We were honored with her ac
quaintance. Hon. Jeff Myers was the recipient of
a beautiful bouquet from the young
ladies of Lebanon at the close of his
speech, last Friday evening. Jeff
seems to be quite a ladies man.
Scott Mays is our duly authorised
agent at Scio and vicinity ; he is a gentle
man of the first water, and is competent
to represent the Express, or to fill
any position of trust, to which his fel
low citizens may call him by their suf
frage. On the first day of June Congress
passed the bill reviving the office cf
General of the army, President Cleve
land nominated Lieutenant General
Sheridan for the position, the Senate
confirmed the nomination, and the
commission was made out, sent to the
General, and excepted by him, and the
oath of oflice taken, all before 4 o'clock
Strawberries: We have been luxur
iating on thi3 luscious fruit for some
time and have been making diligent
enquiry as to the best method of rais
ing this delightful berry, and the most
satisfactory answer bo far is "to raise
them with a spoon from plenty of
cream and sugar." If any of our friends
have a better way please drop in and
let us know.
Dr. Mark Haj-ter, Dentist, Lebanon.
Tin, Copper and
All Kinds of Re
E. E. M0.NTAGUE,
OF A LI. KINDS.
Foreign and Domestic
JL XI It U 11 V,
J 13 "V 1Z
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
OREGON & CALIFORNIA R. R.
The Mt. Shasta Route.
Time letwern All.any ai:d Fan rranrsco. K hov.rx.
California E:;prets Trains Dwlly.
l'orlUtKl Arriw 10.4') a. u
AIb:!iy IhvoJ )' A, M.
tun 1 r'ariwo l.eavv ftr'JU r. l.
!ti p. m. ;
49 . V.i
Local Piencer Trln Da4!y (except! Sunday
8 J a. M.! Leave Ponlnml
Arrive: 3 IS p. .
I.piivp,!! A.- M.
Ja KVC S:V A. .
2:10 K M.
Local Ptsenj-r Trains Dally (except) Sunday
MO P. M. Leave
p. x.i Arrivo
Arrive 5:15 a. m.
Leave .Vim a.
Arrive:;:-IS J- m.
Leave, ': p. in.
2 :'J") P. .! I.eava
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
EXCURSION SLEEPERS FOP.
Second Class ra-ncr.sers on all Through Trains,
FREE OF CHARGE.
The O. r. R. R. Ferry makes crniniri i.iii with
al! the rrguiar tnJns oa Ihe Last Side Inv. irons
:'xt of K. itzt ut.
West Side Division.
PORTLAND and CORVALLIS
Mail Train Dally (rxcept) Sunday.
7 a. ni.
Arrive 6;."p. in.
ljcisv lup. pi.
Expreit Trcln Daily (exc.pt Sunday.
4:"i p. r.i. I Ix've
S:00 p. m. I Arrive
lrt!:ui1 Arrive I
.:5 a. in.
A Ai!-.r.nv nrvi I "orvalli connect iih trains of
Oregon rai-ifsr riiiirrwtd.
t-Kr f-;'.I i?sf. irrr.n'.ion rcaMsnsr ruse, naps
c'c. rail oil mpar.T's agent.
i:. KULiii-r r.. r. r.' 'r.r.,
JJanaer U. F. &l"asa. A?rnt.
Soother at hand. It Is tb cnlr salt
medicino yet made that will letaoTs all
iafar.tilo disorders. It contains no Opium
or JTcrpTiiM, bat gives tha child vatural
com frvm pain. Prlco 25 cents. Sold by
J. A. Beard, Drug-gist.
tteX Xcc Ki&Srf
thousands mSerln ffrora Asthma, Con
eumption. Coughs, etc. lil you erer try
Acker's English Hemedjt It is the best
prentratioa known for all Lang Troubles,
sola on a positive guarantee at 10ca 50c
J. A. Beard, Drugrgist.
rx A nI reliable Medicine are the best
VJVvV to depend upon. Acker's Blood El
ixir has been prescribed for years for all im
alous, BTphilitleor Mercurial diseases, it Is
inTaluable. For Rheumatism, Las no equal.
J. A. Benrd, Druggist.
-TX trifle "with any "Throat or
3JV3V V Lung Disease. If you hare
& Cnoc-b or Cold, or the children ers
threatened with Croup or "Whooping Cough,
trGood Reliable Horses-
and we guarantee it. i iice m ana iwc
J. A. Beard, Druggist.
vx j... rrould enjoy your dinner
3" and are prevented by Dys
pepsia, use Ackers jjrppepsia iaoie'3.
They are a positive cure for Dyspepsia, In
digestion, Flatulency and Cousti nation.
Ve guarantee them. S3 and v) cents.
J. A. Beard, Druggist.
Jtottee to Farmera.
All persons wishing hinder wire will
pleaBe call and leave their orders for
the same on or before June 1, 1SS8, as
we shall not carry any wire In stock
except what Is ordered.
" IvNAPP, Ll'KRET.L & CO.
Go to Joe Harbin for general black
smithing. Machinery and wagon work
a speciality. All work warrented.
All person knowing themselves in
dulged tome will please call at my old
stand, and settle as I need my money.
SSI. x. MILLER.
Aver's Porsaparilla was the first suc
cessful bliHKl medicine ever offered to
the public. This preparation is still
held in the highest public estimation
both at home and abroad. Its miracu
lous cures and immense Bales show
this. Ask your druggist for it.
Frank ymith we learn is f;iiile
lie is au old pioneer of Linn Co.
Sheet Iron Ware
AT KIT COST roH
In order to accommodate a great
had not heard of My Dress Goods sale of last week
until it was over, I have concluded to continue it
through the coming week. This will be the last op
portunity this season to secure a dress for less than
cost. Be sure and don't forget to bring the Money
as this sale is to Cash Buyers Only.
BURKIIART BILYEU, Tropr's.
LED A SON
Southeast corner of Main and Shemaa
iFine Buggies. Hacks,
Going to Brownsville, Waterloo, Bweet
Ilome, Kcio, and all parts cf
All Kinds of Teaming Done
Burkhart & Bilyeu.
aiillltict, Lehanon, Ore.,
HAS Jl'ST REC'EIVEI HER
I flats. Bonnets, Flowers, Rib
bons, Etc., Etc.
Call ami get Trices on Goods
Real Estate Ag't and No
tary Public, and
GEN'L INSURANCE AG'T
Docs a General Agency
Insurance, Agrlcultual Imple
ments, Doors and Windows.
OHGANS and SEWING MA
CHINES. Give me a
Call at Dr.Towcll'B
MEN AND BOYS,
FOR NEXT WEEK ONLY,
O. T3. 310?,TAGUE, Lebanon, Or.
Lumber! dumber! LumbeH
G. V WHEELEIl & SON., Proprietors of the
LEBANON -:- SAW -:- MILLS
ROUGH and CLEAR LUMBER
Bills of All Kinds Filled on Short Notice and at ReasonaM
IGive us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
G. W. Wheeler & SorV
The best is
We are also prepared
any machme from a butter worker to a steam milL
We keop on hand all
I'Ioms Jlowcrs, ISoajxM-st,
Harrows, Cul t Ivsi toi-, X'wi vorizel-M,
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And the celebrated Sherwood Steel Harness.
jComc and see us; 'we will make yoi happy
g. yv. CRUSON,
many iadies wild
1 lightest run-
to furnish on short notice"
staple implements, 8uce as