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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1888)
FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 18S8.
Personal an n otuukwise
For the best
Published in tho
County, uiul get the
News, only 2.00 per year.
Walnut hulls have taken n raise.
There must he Are in the mountains.
Notice Churchill's adv. in this issue.
Dr. Barker is again visiting in the
Don't forget to read the adv. of the
liny you dmgg and stationary of
of Miller and .Save money.
The Albany Democrat, of last even
ing.quotea wheat at eents.
C. M. Talbott and his son (5uy are
in the mountains recruiting.
V. Tosder, a photographer from Eu
gene is in town taking pictures.
Miss Zora Marks went to Albany
last Wednesday to visit friends.
Mr. CJeo. Alexander, Is visiting his
mother in Eugene City this week.
Frank O. Hon is, of Albany, ias
lieen spending the v k in this city.
The eiivus is over and Linn counts
is several thousand dollars worse oil".
J. ii. Enton and family, returned
from the mountains yesterday even-,
Rev. Walton Skipworth is absent,!
attending the M. J.. Annual eonter
cnee. Mrs. lr. llagan, of Los Angeles is
in town visiting horsisier, Mi-s. F. M.
Miss Frankie (iilbort h it for Albany
yesterday, whew she will commence
The war of tariff deduction has eotu
.'meueed not only the in l S., but by
VMiller the druggist.
Mr. U. l atesniul fsmily started i
tr the mountains to-day, ami expects j
to !e gwio a couple of week, j
W. B. I)oi:aea and wife returned I
, ,. , . , , , i
aioiiie iiom i u uiouuiuuis i:ir-i vtvi i
much pleased with tin ir visit.
Mr. C. E. Mooney, of Helena Mon
tana, is visiting in town this wek.
1 1? is a guest at the resilience of Mr.
The seareitv of the voung men at the
average summer resort is said to le
more painfully app:m nt this year thanp This is h ap year and it has liecn lHi
t ver before. years siiu e there were as many eijilits
Mr. .1. J. Swan wont to Portland i the year as we have now. It is a
vesterdav on business, but ex-H'Cts to !
meet his family there who are on their
way from Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. Hannigan from Uast
Irtland are visiting relalivt in town
this week. Mr. 11. is an engineer on
the O. & .C. railroad.
A. C. Churchill aiui lady, returned
from the mountains last week ami r
lorts having a gHl time. He syys lie
caught l:ju trcut in one day.
.The F.xrt:Ks.s is under many obli
gations to Hon. J. H. Mitchell for a
oopy of Internal Commeive of the
United State, also the Mills bill.
Miss Maggie White, of Brownsville
is visiting in our town this week. Wo
re very sony that she met with the
misfortune of being poisoned with the
poiwon oak vino.
Mr. Ruff Hiatt b in town this week,
lie reports everytJibig looking well in
the mountains now. Rufl' has manj
friends in tmni who are always ready
to welcome him back.
Our town. was well represented at
the circus last Monday and it is said
that the boys liked it so well that they
bought an interest in it, but as yet
liave not J-l(x-ted any on- to attend to
their ri it
. We note that Mrs. Riec the milliner, j
isbuilaingan addition to her rtorv, i
t , .
ndin-opooS mooii to put n a uu-c ,
stock of fancy goods. Sirs luce i al-1
ways up witli the times, ana is aoMrv- ;
ing the patronage of the public.
Iast Saturday Mr. J. M. R
f)ld to Mr. T. I.. Wallace the.
property recently purchased by
Ralston. Mr. Ralston has conc-lutel
to remain in Le banon, and will run a
-branch bank in that city. Democrat- j
Rev. F. M. Parker, of Newbury and
his father, an ajred minister of the
VvnniMMrtinnnl ehureh. are Mwndinc
the week at Sodaville. The old Kentle-
man is quite feeble,
fjuests of Hev. J. It-
They were the
day this week.
Chief Justice Fuller is the smallest
man on the bench, being but rive feet
six inches tall and weighs 1-6 pounds.
Associate Justice Gray is the U rgest,
aneasurcing six feet live inches in I
lieight ami tipping the bar-" at nearly
three hundred pounds.
The Statesman's ''Salaried Liar"
pays there is a movement on foot to
ask the next legislature to pass a law
requiring Oregon summer resort hotel
keepers to date their pies. Tho bill
will be incomplete without a clause
providing for the extinction of ento
mological bed fellows in hotels. Fossi?
nmt ti-.it' a tii-if-ii1;,r ffTci-rionff of!
Cfcax. J. SBiith, of Tortland.
May he Mas nominated for state reprc
eautativo from Multnomah county,
lastJtine defeated, the next month ;
A haw a "v'l ittlTl iiri'rt in Oir lolrT- ii
. . ' ,
fetrdjtvs ago afilictcd by an abecss
caused bs-hang a tooth pulled, and
last Tdeday died at .U Vinitf's ho -
iiifnl Vv i
We noticed on the market fine
Southern Oregon peaches and by the
side of them wa a lot of equally fine
. . . ,, , , T '.
looking peaches, raised below Lebanon
near the Saniiam. The question was
j;aisea, as u wmcn w as ine netter
reach. so to decide the question, we
invested in some of loth kinds, and
found the Santiam pea;h far superior
t-thc Southern Oregon article in
ffor. There is a large aera of fine
fruit lands near Lebanon, suitable for
t hie delicious fruit. Our people should
yo lifter this letter at once,
Subscribe for the Express.
Oil, us poor suspected fellows.
Our correspondents should not forget
J. P. Courtney, M. I)., physician and
.Andrews iiaeu Ionian nave one
price for all.
It Is hnpropnble that Mr. Maine will
visit, the 1 aeitle coast this season.
The campaign is gradually warming
up. About October it will be hot.
Hundreds of people are dying of yel
low fever in b londa and a sren'eral
panic has taken phut
The population of Oregon is
something like 31X1,000, nd the
census ought to give us another
Don't you forget .lm Harbin set.s
wagon tires, lie has a first-class
shrinker; no cutting and welding. All
How 1 wish 1 ws a sharper, with a
scheme so smoothe and slick !
Oh! what bitter disapointment to
the combination click !
Warehouses and grain frequently
burn. Fanners should be on the sate
side and insure their grain with A. It.
Cyrus, who can give you sale insurance.
Milton, the most northern town In
Umatilla county, Is to have paper
mills. The citiens subsci ibed $S00 to
pay freight on the machinery for the
Fok Si'mmkh Complaint useCham-In-ilain's
t "olie, Cholera ami IMarrho-a
Remedy, it Is perfectly safe fur child
ren of any age. i" cts, "per luittlc. Sold
by M. A. Miller.
The citizens of Pendleton liave raised
a subseriplioii of $lMxm t le olVered
' as a bonus for the establishment of
i woolen mills and paper mills in that
j prtsperous city.
i Whooping cough is attended with
j hut littlij danger when the cough is
(kept l-ose and expectoration easy by
the live u of t iiamiH-riaiu s Cough
Keniedy. Sold by M. A. Miller.
The most alarming" and violent at
tacks of Unions Colic or Cholera Mor
bus can lo promptly relieved and cured
by taking 'haniheilain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrluea Itemed v. Hold bv M.
Cramping pains in the Stomach and
llowt Is, Cholera Morbusand IMarrluea,
are promptly, jH-rnianentlv and safely
........ I I... 'I. ....1. ...V. :.. . . t i-
mint iv iin i n iitiiiiin'i uiul out".
Cholera and Hirtitlueu Remedy
by M. A. Miller.
A fellow came into our store
w'i ante.t the earth for a lW
I le askeil. ,-t an vou shoe uV '
Then started In Jew
! So we .-hoel him right out of the
j 1 have concluded to remain In
i a few davs and am prepared to do all
I prepared to
i kinds of work in the photograph line
1 al reasonable rates and guarantee
I sati.-faelioii. tiive me a cjiII.
F. A. Tozn n.
time for old baelt i.rs to coglt,
the tirls to reoipror', the fathers to
expostul', and the voung men not to
the advertisements in
paper. The wdvortise-
nunt show vou who the live bu-'mess
1 men are. AH persons who have trad-'
nig to do will find that it pays to deal
iwith those who advertise. The man
iwlio hangs out his sign through a
j newspaper is not ashamed of his goods
j or his prices.
! As I am thinking of making a
j change in my business, I r sootniily
j ask all those indebted to me to come
"forward and settle as soon as possible,
, as 1 Mailt to square up my books.
T. V. lKi:m.Ki;.
Bt StNESS CII.VNGKS.
I Mr. W. R. IVmaea has traded his
store at Sweet Home to S. Hamerton
: and son, A. F. Hamerton for a farm
land hop yard, which is situated three
! miles north of this place.
! tOMixc Roi .vn thk Honx.
j O. I), company lately purchased
now steamers in Now York. One of ;
;l,1,ra Ls ow en route for tins plaoe le - -
iiiiR some fifteen tlaya out. The otlier
iitiim.1 ...m ..i o... !
' , 1 ' ' v " " "' "l " 1 ' ' " ;
" , inf l om 11 il" i
well, slumkt anive hero earlv in Oc-!
toIlcr-. iY, i
AT1,XTS c;1? avtkix To eitiyens of '.
the Pacific states durin- the past week
, . , . . " '
and renorted for this ianer liv (V
, Snow t Co.; patient lawyers, opposite '
; the I". S. nateiit ollice. Va.hiii-ton 1)
j (-: a. li. J Sowers,
j dredging apparatus;
l.t. Jitidewell, ,
San Francisco, automatic as lighting !
device: (J. V. Carter, t 'aii von villo
Or., ear lu-.ifiv T. V. Mtiniw S,n. i
' 1 I i
r inue.set), .Auiumauc suuioii inaieaior ;
fl,r railway cai-s
ton, Or., car coupling.
Xot Tiu'E. "A dime will neither
make nor break, buy a farm nor set
vou ur in business." That is what
the young man with the rings and ?ni1 l! fats, ha.
. . . , . . . , I in excess of last year. (
Kiiins sam uiis morning. 111c siaic
nient is not true. Hundreds of boys
ruin their prospects of life by following
.1 A 1 . 1 .. i 1 . . : . rr.1. . .
I nitL JS.U1U i uin n-u. i ik-v iK.iiii every
dime they get on that prineijile, and
the habit follows them through life,
and a dime is all they ever get ahead.
If you want some samples see the bum
mers and dead beats of the older gen
-"He was xo Granger. There was
a foot race at Salem a short time since,
which, like most of such atl'airs in this
region, turns out trt.be a put-up job.
I Patton, of Salom, is a fast runner
I and has won a number of races, but
his fame has spread 'too far, and that
: is what's the matter. There came into
: Salem town a rougli looking fellow
i from the Waldo hills, apparentlv of
the borny-handcd granger order, who
! lot lt 5,Ut 1e CUli ran' and
j expresseu a willingness to race against
Patton. The fiiends of the latter,
j thinking they had struck a pudding,
j bet their money freely and their bets
j wcre promptly taken. When the
i racers started the stranger soon gained
, . .
' the lead, aud m forty yaads had gained
! fiftwn fwt on PaUoIlj who that
i he had been sold, gave up the race. It
I turned out that the stranger -granger
; w-as a professional foot racer who had
put up this piece of crooked work on
I the Salem boys. At least this is the
story which one of the boys tells of
I the matter. It recalls the trick played
1 on the Yamhill county folks a fey
j year; ago hy Kittlcnian, the sprinter.
TOLD BY CORRESPONDENTS
A. J. Adams
Is at the Blue River
Mrs. J. Moore Is Buffering
attack of 111 health,
A. Carey and family, of Salem, are
visiting Brownsville friends.
It Is rumored that ft cheese factory
will soon be established in our town.
lVter Hume and R. W. Thompson,
returned from Hariisburg on Monday.
William Morgan, marshal of Fast
Portland, was in town on Saturday
Clinton Thompson and wife left for
the Waterloo springs on Wednesday
W. R. Bishop, of Portland Is visiting
family relatives and friends of this
F. Thatcher, wife mid child red of
Salem, are visiting F. F. Croft and
Born,' Aug. 2.1, 1SRS, to the w ife of
Si-ott Ward, a son, weighing eleven
R. L. Blanchard and William RoU
left for the Calanooia mines on Wednes
I. P. tialbraith, paid family friends
n visit on Saturday returning home on
the following Monday.
H. Y. Kirkpatrlck. editor of the
Lebanon Kxotvss, paid Brownsville a
visit on Wednesday last.
Miss Kittle Coolov, who has been
visiting Lebanon Friends, on Thurs
day last returned home.
wbrv, the little son of J. Moore,
who has been suHcrlnir from an attack
of slekm'ss.ls, at last reports oxmvali's
cing. lr. R. H. Cnil, and family during
the past week returned from Fish lake,
Itelkuap springs, Cppcr and Lower
V.. W. Orebangh, who on Thursday
left for ( icorgla, "will viil relatives in
Home, remaining east for the period of
Waters A Morelock are purchasing
large ptantit ies of w heat, and for all
urain delivered at the depot warehouse
pay Albany prices.
The w ife and family of J. C. Holister
our obliging station agent, w ill shortly
leave for a summer's vacation of two
There are a nnmWr of eases of whoop
ing -ough in town, but aside from the
disagr-eable attending "whoop", the
sull'erers are not seriously ill.
T. S. Pillishury, w ife and child, w ho
for the past few tavs have leen nnip-
imratthe Waterloo soda sinintrs. on I
Monday last returned home. i
Cnrran Cooley and John Waters, !
who have been vwuing themountaiiiH,
on their return home n ort a general
giMMl time, with plenty of throut and
i. A. !yson, w ho has lately return-;
'fnni the t alapoola mines, expresses j
enure sau-iueuou ai ine progress in j
work and outlook for precious metal in i
The work of laving ties has already
eommem-ed on the Oregon railroad.
lbmdmaster White, who was in town ;
on Fiiday informs us that .V China-'
men a iv already employed agisting at
the work. " i
J. M. Mover and wife, who for the i
past three weeks have Uvii making! '
tour of the Sound country, visiting the j
lhili'-h possesions and otlier pails of;
intiiest, on their return home ex-j
pressed themselves much pleased with i
Uie i rip. j
lming the past week a colt, thej
propery of Tbos. Kay, wishing to!
emulate tho "high liver" depicted j
upon Sells Bros, circus bills, while)
hitched to a road cait commenced
serlis of arcnic evolutions, resulting in 1
the entire deiuolisiiiug ofatitiiig. j
BtisiiM'ss for the past two weeks lias
been dull for our merchants, owing to i
the fact that the farmers have Im-cii !
busily employed threshing, but with!
the line crops and advaiuv in wheat i
Ktd times may reasonably lie expected j
this fall, money plenty and sales pro-j
port innately large. :
Hugh Montgomery.who was thrown j
from a lvstive hoi'se.striking the ground j
with such for v as to prodmv insnsi-i
bility. in which condition ho passed j
ihe night by the roadside, not lomg i
d"isHvercd until the following morn-
ing, is sutlering from injuries received,
fears Ining entcrtaiiictl that serious
damage has been sustained bv the
During the past week one of our
' farmers, residing a short distance from
'town, upon visiting his wheat pile
M.,.,-ot,Ml j a mM-liWoriiifi swal xvltor-
ith:ul Ikmi pla.vd pr paiiitory to a;
,'n:,, r'iiioval. A wateh M as pla.l, I
ieiiltiiiif in iho eaiitinc of the "klop-
toinaniHe" who, after .loinjr xome hard
liepninp, aN-M,.ianied hy promi of
reformation, was allowed to depart a
wiser, and it is to l hoped a Wtter
A tire, supposed to tx? the work of an
I lnmi,1,i!,r,'j wlclwas started on the
; proiHitv ot J. M. Mover, situated one
;:..:' ... ' i ,
iiiiiv eEisi iii low ii, eoiiMiiiH'u loiieoiiis
of wood Ik-fore it was controlled. As
the time has now arrived for ftulihle
aim oriisii nres, ine exix-rieiiee i pasi
years should warn our farmers to take
j,h possible nreeaulioii airainst this
danger nud those who desire to burn
straw piles, should choose a time when
I. I . . I , . 1 . ... l .
lm possioie iianx.
worth of fencing
mav lie saved and
many hours of hard work avoided.
The continued fair weather of the
past weeks, has been most favorable for
threshing, the work is being pushed
forward with all possible dispatch and
is yielding most satisfactory results in
most localities. The yield of wheat
s I oon great lv '
year, tin the larm ot ;
Robi. Harrison, oil acres of wheat
threshed 1500 bushels of grain, llimi
vines have made a remarkable growth j
and are heavily laden with blossoms, i
It is reported that the Warm Spring)
Indians will arrive on Saturday, hav
ing been engaged by the Templeton j
Bros., to pick tluir crop. j
Dr. li. H. Crawford, for the pa.-t i
thirty years, a resident and piacticiugj
physician of South Brownsville, on the
2t inst-, celebrated his golden wed
ding, on which occasion a large num-j
ber of friends and relatives assembled!
at the residence of the doctor, Itcaring i
with them sulistantial golden gifts, I
and teiiderinsr heartv wishes for thei
future welfare and prosperity of the
esteemed couple. The doctor who is
now in his eighty first year, has by his
courtesy and gentlemanly dealings,
made for himself and wife a host of
friends, were in connection with the
general Brownsville public have only
the most friendly wishes for the ha
side niness of the esteemed couple. A
from a goodly number of neighliors ami
friends, there was present, Prof. P. II. j
Crawford, of Portland, Kobt. Crawford ;
of Salem, Mrs. Itevie Starr of Salem
and Mrs F. Smith of Portland.
We call the attention of the good
ladies of Lebanon to the fact that the
District Convention of the W. C. T. U.
meets here on the li2th and 13th of
(trust that nil will lie
reception, and to do
snven a hearty
this it will le necessary for the ladies to
have a meeting and select a committee
of arrangements. A word to the wise
Hoi Tickets. Lhe Express office is
prepared to print hop tickets promptly
and cheaply. .
Notice of Appointment of Ad
ministrator. NOTICE IS lll-RKHY filVKN Ttl T THK
Hinlrrsliiiii'il Im mt iltily let 1 1 Hot A'l
mlntxtmlui, with tlio w ill niinrxril, of I lie In-!
will unit IrMHiiii'iit of .litim' ilnlluwiiy, (leci'iiwil.
hy tlii foiany t onrt tf I.Ian 1'nunty, iirtumi. All
pniiwt kmm lni( Hit niwlvr lii'Milvd Id kuiI is.
Inlo will ii-hw oill nil Willi' llii' diimr. Hint
lh(iii hiivliiH rliiliiis nmiln-t rnlil oiiittt will rr--nl
ll:m, iniitly veillli'il nHoMlltitr la Im-,
h lililu lx iiiiiiuhi to me nl l.i'Uiinin, l.lnn I'mi'i-
Thin the M ilnv if Aitwvt. 1.
J. A.I.AMHKIt.so, A'linlnUrnlor.
A MtTli MitnufarturlnK City.
It would appear from nn article in
the West Shore magazine, that Pot t
land, Oregon, is the center of manu
factures for the grout Columbia rlvert
region, and possesses Advantages cal
culated to make It the great manufac
turing point of the Pacllle I'oast. The
West Shore Is an illustrated magazine,
the only one on the Pacific coast, ami
makes a Hocialty of descrlblnit and
illustrating the West in all Its features.
Artistically ami typographically It Is
the jM'er of any 'publication in the
Fnlted States, and its literary standing
Is a high one. As a family maga.lne
It has no superior, and as an exponent
of the resources of the West, no rival.
Fvery one at all Interested In Oregon
and neighboring states and territories
should lca constant reader of Its pages.
Subscription price, $2 50 ht year, 2
cents for single copies. Published by
L. Samuel, Portland, Oregon.
All those knowing theins'lves
debted tome will please call mid settle
without delay. i. ). Hauhv.
We will pay 4 ots. per roll for choice
butter. ' Tiiom i son A WA l'Klts,
Brow iisvllle, Oregon.
V rvv would enjoy your dinner
J ",vv nd are prevented by 1T
Ttepsia, use Arkfr'a Prsprr-Hia Tablets.
They are a poeltivo euro' for lyipepsia, In
digestion. Flatulency and Constipation.
We guarantee tbtux. 23 end CD cents.
J. A. Heard, Druggist.
Ri:.Iy Witm-xsks. Any one who
has ever tried ChamlM-rlain's Colie, )
Cholera and Diarrho-a P,emcily or wen !
it trid for Cramping Pains In the.
Stomach or Bowels, Cholera Morbus, '
or Diarrlnea, is ready and willing to;
rHtninieinl it. It always curesouickly. !
Sold by M. A. Miller. !
cvwvv r t!l good things of ibis
vx vvxv life artt sorrowfully let
alone on actnmnt of PysjH-psia. Acker's
1t pepsin Talile-ts will cure lTirH'lisla,
luJigestion and Oenstipatien; sold on a
positive guarantee at 23 and DO cents, by
.LA. Hi:aiu, DruguM.
WE WANT THE WORLD
To Know It.
We arc lit' re with a tVlft
WILL MEET ANY PRICE
can to m.'ide, liavinsj: relative
know that the jooU arc on our shelves and
havers. Wo do not attempt an enumeration of
goods, but content ourselves with the state
ment that we have tho
LOWEST PRICES AND LATEST STYLES
To Pe loimtl
CJlve us the opportunity to make our vaunting good by
The best is
IL --en t-4
We are also prepared to
iany machrne from a butter
We keep on hand all staph; implements, t-uoo as
CuI ti valors,
' And the celebrated Sherwood Steel Harness.
j5rComc and ?oe us; we will maktf you happy
Call on A. R. Cyrus A, Co., ngenls
for J. II. Sett lender's nursery, for all
kinds of fruit and ornamental lid's.
Always Rrahv. If you will Just
lake the precaution to keep a hot tie of
Chamberlain's Colic, Chokri and Dl
iirrluea Remedy on hand vmt w ill al
ways be ready to cure any form of
bowel complaint. It Is prepared es
pecially for that purpose, ami Is a sure
cure. 2 j cents per bottle. Sold by M.
V1AVV trifle with nr Throat
or Pincnse. 1 f you linro
OmcU or Cold, or tb clilldrtn r
threatened with t'roupor Whooping Congli,
us Acker's Kngllnh Iteinedy end prevent
larthur troubio. it is a ms!tlTo cure,'
and we gumutae it. J'rice 10 and t0o
J. A. Heard, Druggist.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
St HTT1 i F.RN I'ACI F1CCOM PA X Y'S
Tho Mt. Shasta Koutc.
Tlliio lirtei !i -Mlitmy uiul Sim Krnm-wci, a", ImiiK.
California Enpr Trains Dally.
I .,n v,r
10 HI a.
S IO ,..
Local Puirntir Train Dally lemcept Sunday)
H I) A.
Arrive n i'ii. H.
I'iivi 1 1 v.
1 J 0 !.
I en v
I eilVl- 'i ml A M.
Local PuiMnjer Trains Dally (except Sunday)
r a m
1.' :i f i
' l I'
111 f M
t 'ti i
Arrive ii a.
Arrive 1 ''t1' p.
rrie I i t.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOl'ltlsr SLF.F.PIXtJ CARS FOIt
aei i.iinniHl.il Ion of .Second Class Pas
sengers attached to Kxprcss Trains.
Tho . A-1' It. li. Ti-rty mnliH nmii.-rl!nti lih
nil llie .-ffii!iir Itittl- i. li lln: lln.l t' llv. Inilli
liwil ,il K. Mh
West Ride Divisicn.
PORTLAND ami COkV.U.l.IS
Mall Train Dally Iraccpl 8unday)
Arrin- l- I :
lA-tt v I ;)
IJ p. in. i Arrlxe i i r nllH l-nvv I ;! ip. m.
Express Train Dally iaxce.pt Sundiyi.
I ri i
l-vi. I'fiiiltiiiil Arrive I -!! n. in .
Arrive Mi-Mtnv lilt I hic I ' l i m. hi
At Al'miie nn.l m -altln u!i:i"el with triiinn 't
l)0-;i''tl I'lM i'.'V !!ltl!im!
k l"r lull Ini iri-miliiii rt .-nnlliij; r.i', iiinii
I Ye., eil im iiiftil.Htiv M tt-'e!'I
. nil .
K"l III I It.
I' i;;i ns,
. v. A l'B. As
ami in order to sell
vauntt d tenuis
furnish on short notice
worker to a steam mill.
G. W. CRUSON,
A 118 XV A'
! . 50:
I HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
Which I Offer for Cash at Prices That Cannot Be Beat.
Will Sell Goods at the Fol owing Prices for the Next 30 Days FOR CASH:
over-jScio Flour, Full Roller Process,
Albany Flour, Ked Crown, jer
White" Heans, 20 lbs,
P.est Table 11 ice, 15 lbs.,
Pest Kastern Svrup, .r gal. keirs,
" 44 1 44 cans
" laple " 1 "
New Orleans Molasses,
( Soblen C Sugar, 14 lbs,
Kxtra C Suar, Hi lbs,
(Jranulated Su;ar, 12 lbs,
THE ABOYE ARE PRICES ON A FEW LEADING ARTICLES IN MY IMMENSE STOCK.
I Call Special Attention to Scio Flour, which I Guarantee to be the Best
in the State, Only $1 per sack, for Cash.
SATISFATION GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
.! HIDES, FKCIT AND ATJ,
GIVE ME A
W. FORTMILLER & CO.
AL11ANV, - - OREGON.
Miiuf:nturtTs of uml IVulcrs in all Kimls
'P UR NITURE.
Import all First-Class Goods
DIRECT FROM THE EAST.
A complete stock of Wall Paper, Deco
rations and Window Shades.
U X O TO Ii T A K I is; Q
A FINE OPPORTUNITY
Is now ollered to parlies owing
nie, as I w ill now pay
I AND OATS
Delivered ai any warehouse on
the line of the railroad in Linn Co.
lor sufficient to cover the lull
amount of their book account and
To I hose who oaa c me and pre
fer to pay in CASH, they will con
fer a favor by doing so proniptly.
Do not wait for personal duns.
CI I AS. li. MONTAGUE.
Lebanon, Aug. 21, 1888.
T. C. PEEBLER,
I ln iion, Timi Ooiiiit-, Oregon,
I'est Tea, 1 lb can,
00 Savon Soap, per box,
20! Cold Water Kleachinj: Soap,
00 Corn and Clloss Starch, 3 parer:?,
75 j Soda Crackers, per box,
0." I Oysters, 2 lb cans, 5 for
1 5 1 Liverpool Salt, 200 tb sacks,
00 i " 100 lb sacks,
00! " " 50 lb sacks,
00 Tomatoes, 10 cans for
KINDS OF COUNTRY
CHANGE FOR' GOODS.
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Wines, Liquors and Cigars
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Fresh Mineral and Soda Water.
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