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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1889)
FUHUY, AVlU'STSO, livS!).
THE STATES EDITORS.
Meeting of tlic Oregon Press
Associat ion at Newport-
Or last Thurvduy morniiifi wo loft
MiU plan) for the meotiiiK of the Ort
tf: Press AH'inti')n ut Newport.
At Albany we mot cuito a lnro muu
cr of our brother ttditoiH, and at one
o'clock we were a the Orepm Pacific
depot ready to take our departure ami
make the journey in the special ear
the company had provided for tin.
Then- were nlmut seventeen editors
ah;!inl when the train left Corvnllis,
neveral-of whom had their wives and
. 0:1 unifiers, and some had friends,
.while others had their best girls,
whieh made the whole number about
tvventy-eijiht. Several editors were
there already and several more came
u:i Friday, which made the whole
number of tutors present twenty
fix. The band, which had been en-jrajr-vl
for the occasion, met us at To
ledo, fifteen wiles on this side of the i
Yatpana. We arrived at Yamuna at
. :3, after a pleasant ride of four ami
one-half hours, where we were met by
t ruts'.niittw from Newport, who had
nadi' arran-rements for passage on the
cawer to Newport, where we arrived
atO:'!0. There was a larw crowd of
im-' i io at the landing when we arrived
nude;" the martial strains of the band
Afier supper we took a short walk on
jlie beach, after which the president
called a meeting to make n programme
for the next two days. At eight
olvk the next morning the editorial
u-w-ciation accepted an invitation to
cress over on the steam ferry and view
the jetties and see the wrecked steam
ship, Yarpiina Hay. Mr. llemus,the
government engineer, had the engine
;Ok! m('VPT'1 pfirj mif. fur miriw. wltiMi
took ils out to the end of the jetties,
an I while we were out there the
U'Mtiier Willamette Valley passed out
over the bar in tow of a tug, and
launched forth on the mighty Pacific,
bound for San Francisco. We thru
returned to the old wreck of the Ya
quiiia Bay and went through that part
ti-)ilt iva,i lint nf flm will. nmli 1111.'.
geUiiigHome little ))iece of tho old
sijip. We then returned to Newport
when- a business meeting was held at
ten o'clock.' About ten new members
joined us thi.s tiw. The AssiK iation
then seiit a dispatch to the National
Press Association with regrets that
time would not admit sending a dele
gate to represent it. The report of the
committee on foreign advertising was
adopted.. They then elected Chan.
Nickell president and E. (.'. Penlland
Kccrelary : for the ensuing year. On
Friday night there wes a grand hall
Vilven at the opera house in honor of
tiie editors, and it was, a grand affair
iir.d all had a pleasant time. The
'.fcari House gave a banipiot which
was al.-iij much enjoyed by tho poor,
!:;:;'iri quill drivers. On .Saturday
morning several carriages and hacks,
to which were attached wme fine
( i:!:p.J, were waiting to convey uh to
Hca! Rock. Tlie host, Mr, lirasfield,
was in charge of the rigs, and spared
no p:iins to make the trip a pleasant
one. Heal Rock is situated about ten
jsiik ! down the coast ami has a pleas
situation where w spent a most
delightful day. The, only thing that
happened to mar the pleasure of the
1 1 ip was that one of the boys fell out
of i.'irt carriage and broke his bottle.
On returning to Newport the tug took
ii- out over the bar, but the sea was
:a!ri and none were si'-k. At seven
i: ::. tho Association met at the hall
v.ilh a full audience of citizens. )r.
li.rlsey of Newport gave a short and
pithy address of welcome, which was
lly responded to by J. B. Edy of the
I'- hilleton Tribune, lion. J. 1'. Wager
;: the Pendleton Ea.t Oregonian d
!ivi acd the a ldress of meeting on the
de.ty of the press. It was a fine pro-
o'-'-".ion, well, delivered, r. Davy of
?!) Xak'Ui .Statesman introduced the
eubj H-t of Piinter's Ink; S. 8. Train
u)' lio Albany Herald gave a rendition
o,'' Monthly collections; T. J. Htites of
tie Ubany democrat rnl a disserta-
ivlay niouiiig the most of us spent
V'p ti'ue in t-jtroiling up -ml down the
hoaoh ; some went in bathing, while a
very few went to church. In the af
ternoon we tooK the boat for Ynmiiun
City where tve were shown through
tho mat hine shop by Mr. Win. Ifoag,
utter which a few of us went out boat
riding in a sail boat, In the evening
we went to church. On Monday
morning we tooK tho train, for our
home. Most of the party utoppcd at
Corvallis on an invitation of the
president of tho college to visit the
Agricultural College at that place.
Most of the time the weather was good
and the bay looKed lino. Extensive
preparations had been mode for our
entertainment, and all enjoyed a
"ThanKa awfully." This associa
tion with its entire heart, soul and
energy returns thauKs for the ex
tremely pleasant and profitable time
that has been enjoyed at this session,
to the citizens of Newport and Yamu
na City ; also to Captain 11. A. Han
sell, J. W. Brasiield and Dr. J. K.
Bailey for their active personal ell'orts.
Also to the Oregon Pacit'm railroad for
their liberality in placing not only a
free transportation, but a apoeial car
for the use of the Association and
their boats on the bay for viewing
points of interest. Also Mr. Polhemus,
engineer fn charge of the government
worKs, for favors extended.
Thus ended the third annual meet
ing of the Oregon Press Association
successful ami highly pleasing. The
next session will be held in Portland
on the second Thursday and Friday of
Bedrock nrieos, new goods and stan
dard brands at both the Mammoth and
One Price Cash Stores of C. B. Monta
gue. The four territories, Washington,
Montana, 2."orth ami South Dakota,
will not Income full states until they
vote on aud adopt tnU constitutions.
This they will do on the first Tuesday
All parties knowing themselves In
debted to me will please call aud settle
M. A. Miller.
To Dispal Colds,
Headaches ami Fevers, toeleansu the
system cflcctimlly, yet gently', when
costive or billions, or when the blood is
impure or uluggitth, to permanently
cure habitual constipation, to awaken
the kidneys and liver to a healthy ac
tivity, without irritating or weakening
them, use Byrup of Figs.
The balance of our Htraw Ilais,
Chambrays, Lawns, Hecrrfuckers, Hat
teens, will le closed out for cost, as we
don't want to carry anything over at
cost, for cash.
C. C. Hacki.kman.
Timber Land, Act Jane 3, 1878.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Unitj:j Statics Land Okkick, )
Oregon C;ty, Or., August 2nd 1SW).
Not ice Is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions- of the act
of congress of June 3, 1.S7S, entitled
"An act for the wile of timber lands in
the Htates of California, Oregon, Neva
da, and Washington Territory," Dun
can Hliaw, of Seattle, County of King,
Washington territory, has this day Hi
ed in this olliec his sworn statement
No. l.'MO, for the purchase of the H. W.
5 of Section No. 4, in Township No. 1,'J
South, Range No. 2 East, and will otter
proof to show that the land sought is
more valuable for it timber or stone
than for agricultural purposes, and to
establish his claims to said land before
the Register and Receiver of this olllee
at Oregon Clty,Oregon,on Tueidav, the
121th day of October, 1SS9.
J Ic names as witness: A. Davis and
II. Mallery, of Winloek, Chehalis
County, and A. S. Feas and .f. Stanley,
of Seattle, King County, all of W. T.
Any and all persons elmminir at ver-
sely the above-described land are re
quested to tile their claims In this ofllce
on or before said 2!tli dav of Octolwr,
J. T. APPERSON, Register.
ML Angel College.
M.MflOX COIW'TY, OltKfiOX.
Kk'iiicnturjr ami 1'n-pitratory Clwuo for Jioya
from Six to T.vi?!vb Ychm,
Complete Commercial, Scientific and
For larger boys ond young men. This
institution, only two years old, is al
ready one of the largest, most popular
and best patronized of the coast. The
highest authorities of the state recom
ni ;nd It on account of its healthy loca
tion, scientific advantages und strict
discipline For catalogues with pros
pectus, terms, etc., write to
Director Mt. Angel College.
M 0 NTAGUE' S COLD M N .
Montague's freight bills for
tho past month have been un
usually heavy, owing to tho
largo quantities of
Now iiml Tnotvtui t Hprlnu and
Being received daily t his
MAMMOTH STORf: and at
the One Trice Cash Store ,
Tho stocks of these estab
lishments are full and com
plete, and an experience, of
nearly twenty years in the
trade at Lobanon enable!; me
to select such goods as will
meet the wants of the people.
As I buy for cash, a careful
inspection will satisfy anyone
of ordinary intelligence that
MONTAGUE'S 1'IIICES and
the superior quality of his
goods fully merit the liberal
patronage he is receiving, and
tor which ho returns his pro
In Montague's DIJES3
GOODS department will be
lound many new and elegant
designs purchased at very low
figures of one of the largest
importing houses in America.
The goods will be sold corres
pondingly low, and we res
pectfully invite the ladies to
examine them before purchas
Montague has been selling
a great many wedding dresses
lately, and will take pleasure
in furnishing complete outfits
to parties contemplating
Our CLOTHING DE
PARTMENT needs but little
advertising, as the goods sell
themselves. We keep native
Oregon manufactured cloth
ing as well as line lines just
received from New York and
Chicago. A look through our
stock will convince you that
we can fit you in any kind of
suit you may desire at prices
lower than a good many mer
chants can buy their goods.
We have good serviceable suits
at Sr.7o, $7, $8, 89 or $10.
These prices are 25 per cent
lower than the goods are usu
ally sold in any town in Ore
gon. FOR THE HOYS.
1'ovs, it will interest you to
know that in selecting his
mammoth stocks of clothing,
ho has just laid in the largest
assortment of J'oy's Clothing
ever brought to this city.
Have your Papa and Mama
bring you in for a new suit, so
you can attend camp meeting
and the picnics, and we
will lit you out very nicely.
Alwavs insist onbavingthem
go to Montague's for their
goods, as in his establishment
you will get 100 cts. worthier
every dollar expended.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
In addition to a large stock
of Leather goods, Montague
has purchased an immense
stock of the celebrated Buck
ingham & Hccht make of
boots and shoes. Every pair
warranted. When you need
anything in that lino drop in
and see us. The goods and
prices are all hioht.
THE ONE PRICE Cash
Store is an immense success;
the sales are very large and
increasing rapidly. It is true
the profits are very small, but as we
can turn tho money many times dur
ing the year, I find that In the long
run it pays much better than the cred
it system. We all Must come nt last to
a cash basis in nil our business trans
actions, and the sooner the better,
Come on with your money, make us
know when you are looking ut goods
that vour intended purchases MEAN
CASH DOWN, nnd you will find
Montague ready to meet you with
priced that defy successful competition.
Pure Drugs, Medicines,
Paints, Oils and Glass,
Fine Perfumery, Brashes & Combs
CIO AILS AND FANCY TOILET AKTICLES.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Main Street, Lebanon, Oregon.
CRUSON & MENZIES,
WAGONS, BUGGIES, HACKS,
-AND ALL KIXIW OF
TOOLS OF SOKTS.
Light and Heavy Machines,
BARB AND SMOOTH WIRE,
GUNS AND AMMUNITION.
Call in, Gentlemen, and we will Make Yo
A. 11. CVIU H. W. C. 1'r.TKKWN
Real Estate Agents,
Denier In All Kiti'i of
Famous Morrison PI 3
J'JLAISO J Jirs' 131011 H
To Make Iltmin fur My
Fall and Winter Stock of
FUFSISHIHG GOODS, AfiD HOTIOHs,
I WILL CLOSF OCT MY
Entire Htoflc of
Boots & Shoes
Now I.h tlie Tlmo to
SECURE HEAL BARGAINS.
I Propose to Have
Leading Dry Goods Store
In the Valley.
W. F. READ,
C. E. 1 1 a w ic i an. I'. I' a it Hi: 1 1..
Albany Furniture Co.
Jvecp everything you waul in
the way of
Call and see (heir block uf
.it-Two hhp IoimIm r I'll nil.
turo Jllmt J'-1 vl i'1-OIU
t Uo J ltiMt.-a
bi'tween Terry ami
Tin and Stove Store.
OF ALL KINDS OF
MORE COODS FOR LESS MONEY
v Than You Ever Saw.
IP YOU '1LL ONLY CALL,
You wilj be Astonished
At the Hock-Bottcm Prices.