The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898, November 22, 1889, Image 3

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; 5 Hurah for Lebanon!
Next Thursday Is Thanksgiving. ,'
Mr. Harry Singleton, of Salem, vpil
ted friends at this pi act- Saturday.
There will be a grand Thanksgiving
UU at Union Hall Thursday night.
Miss Maud Hal lard spent a few days
this week visiting friends at Allwny.
We u nderstand that a new real estate
office will be opened here in the near
Ed. Huston did not move to this
place the Ant of this mouth, but thinks
he will by the 10th of next.
Elial Parker has purchased and
moved into the dwelling formerly
owned by Mr. Hark ness.
Ou Tuewluy a special car brought out
several rahroad officials, who came out
to look at the road.
Wc added about twtnty-flve new
names to our subscription list lost
week. BtlllTiiK Express continues
to scatter.
Last week Ed. HuHton, the conduc
tor, bought twelve lota In Lclnon.
He certainly has some hopes of the
future prosperity of our town.
Miss Mainle Gentry returned from
Rrownsvillc last which place
she had been visiting friend.
Fob r inches of t now, It is nparted,
recently fill in Prineville, and it Is still
fulling in the mountains. '
Mr. Clint Oordon shipped a car load
of sheep to Portland the first of this
week, and will take another load down
We notice from our daily exchanges
that J. II. HUne has been appointed to
a position in the government printing
vftloe at Washington.
C. Engberg haa rented a building
from Ir. Courtney and intends start
ing a shop of repairing and cleaning
B. Hurtcnshaw haa bad his houw
painted, yard fixed and other improve
ments, wide makes his house very at
tractive. Mr. Peter Laforge haa bought a lot
in the Kirkpatrkk addition, and has
Imllt a house on it, w hich lis intends
occupying soon.
M ww Kitty Cooley and Mis. Curran
Cooler, of Brownsville, were In Leba
non lawt Saturday evening and made
us a pleaxant call. Cmue apain, ladies.
There has been considerable stir in
Albany the past week over an ad. that
appeared in the Oregonlaa. The trou
ble aeems to be among the real estate
S. W. Moore, the Sweet Home stage
driver, bought two lots last week near
the depot, aud is building a dwelling
on tliem which, when completed, he
will move Into. ,
The Fire and Hammer, a paper pub
listied at Eugene by W. T. Ellis, is ou
our table this woek. It is a daiy.
Wonder what the Brownsville Times
will have to say now?
A petition is being circulated for the
pardon of W.A.Hill, whs is now in
penitentiary fr wrecking the overland
train. It is said a great many people
are signing It.
Fourteen lots sold In the vVaseom ad
dition tills week. The price of these
desirable lots will soon be advanced.
Parties cnWrapIaJiiig buying woold
do well to clone at once.
R. II. Humphrey new bus his saw
mill running and U turning out a great
deal' of flntt-cUws lumber. He has
started a lumberyard lu town. Notice
his ad. iu another column.
M. E. Hearu sold his dwelling last
week near the depot to Mr. Casey, tho
engineer, who is now occupying it.
Mr. Hearn has moved into the house
with It. 8. KebeiU and the office near
the house.
Mr. M.cDouald,editor of the Browns
ville times, was In town last Batumay
evening and made TK Expkikh a
pleasant call. It was his first visit to
our little city, and he was very favora
bly impressed with it.
MitwHela Gilbert has accepted the
jKwitiou as teacher of the music class
at the academy. We k now that e very
one who wants to take music lewoiis
will be glad to learn this, as MIhs Gil.
bert haa always giveu perfect satisfac
tion. f Last Tuesday A. P. Blackburn sold
his interest in the livery stable to John
Nichols and has gone back to his farm.
Then on Wednesday Mr. Nichols sold
a fourth Interest to Mr. Kirkeudall,
which, gives Kirkeudall an Interest hi
both atubles.
stable ad.
at night
A $50,000 psper mill f.
, Get on to the neV li
The mall now cornei
Died, at BedaTlIIVyesterday, Nov.
21, Mr. Miller.
The tax collector was In town the
first of the week.
It Is rumored that a skating rink
will be started soon.
Ed. Kellentwger has been getting a
fine lot of park this week.
Town lt have been sclliigjlke hot
cakes hi oar town of late.
Mrs. C. II. Ralston Is visiting rela
Uvea at Albany this week.
Corvalll Is trying to get a itrect rail
way. He hope she witl succeed.
Joe Harbin has a flrst-cluss veterina
ry surgeon at his blacksmith shop.
Miss Jessie McCally took a slight re
lapse last week, tut Is improving
Now Is the time to have your buggy
repaired, and J. T. Ilarblu will fix it
for you.
M. A. Miller has been putting some
shelving lu his store for his holiday
Dr. J. H! P. Hope hns bought the
Band hall, and is putting It In good re-
There have bee u several new addl
tionstoourtown laid out lately, and
lots are selling fast.
A. R Cyrus is making arrangemonts
to go to Astoria, where ho will open a
real estaW office.
Prof. J. A. Wilson now lias charge
of the school near Mr. Denny's. He
has 20 scholars enrolled.
How is the turkey you have been
saving for Thanksgiving? or will you
help some one cine to cat their'?
Several papers have named Hon. R.
A. Irvineof Albany, as candidate for
governor on the democratic ticket.
13 acres of laud, good house, barn
and Improvements, in Lebanon, for
sale chesp on Easy Terms. Inquire of
Dr. Ballard.
Bedrock Driers, new goods and stan
dard brntids at both the Mammoth and
One Price Cash Stores of C. B. Slonia-
Mr. Casey has again taken charge of
the engine which runs between here
and Albany. It looks natural to see
him ou th road again.
A Grand Thanksgiving ball will be
given In Union Hall on Thursday,
Nov. 2S, to which all are cordially in
vited. Tickets, Including supper, fi
Our goods reach us direct from the
manufactory and every pair of our
boots and shot arc fully warranted.
When you need any boots or shoes look
over Montagues large new stock.
Quite a number of strangers and vis
itors have been In town this week to
take in the boom. Well, como along
and take a hand with us, now is the
time hrget in and rustic if you want to
get there.
The Oregon Ian says there are a hun
dred men in Portland trying to sell
their timber claims, and anxious to
take an advance of &0 on what they
paid for them.
The foot race between W. O. Trine
and E G Cameron which was arrang
ed torso in Albany last Monday, was
a failure. From all accounts Cameron
seem to have betm afraid to run with
On Saturday and Sunday even Ings
Mrs. M. P. Krekel delivered two lec
tures In Union Hall to a fair sized audi
ence, on "Free Thought." She is a
splendid talker, and argues her side of
the qucstisu well.
The Womau's Society of the Presby
terian church aro making arrange
ments to give a grand Japanese Bazaar
and Fair on the twenty-third of De
cember Besides a full line of Japanese
goods there will be a full display of
useful articles. It will be to your In
terest not to select your Christmas
prcswnts until you attend their fuir.
More particulars next week.
School opened at the academy Tues
day with as large an attendance as
could be expected at this season of the
year. Prof. Wright, who litis charge
of this Institution, is a graduate of the
college atScio, Ohio, and has had sev
eral years's successful experience as a
teacher. He comes highly recom
mended from both the college and
the school of which he bad charge.
The Professor has added much new
material, such as charts, globes, etc, to
the academy, and has taken hold in
dead earnest. All who have the inter
est of this work, and of the town, at
heart, should give him their hearty
A $55,000 fapcr Mil).
Lebanon xothe Frcint.
A of rivs Thovsaail
1UIM4 !f Tw and On.HU
This is no party rooster, but a gen
uine Lebanon game-cock, crowing for
Lebanon and vicinity, and for nobody
else. O'Ncil Brothers, of California,
bonded themselves to put in a fifty
thousand dollar paper mill, if we
would raise a five thousandj lollnr sub
sidy, and the undersigned are tho gal
lant fellows who did the worx. All
honor to one and all who gave a dol
lar. This enterprise assures not only
the success of our town, but is of vast
interest to the entire county, as it will
consume hundrods of dollars worth
of straw, material that has heretofore
been leu t tiie flames. Ic opens a
market for more country produce and
gives employment, regular and con
stant, to at least sixty -hands. The
pay rolls of the paper mill, we are as
sured, will not bo less than four
thousand dollars per month, which
will swell our volume of trade very
materially. The real estate of Leba
non will not only be greatly enhanc
ed, but also that of the entire sur
rounding country. Already property
is lapidly changing hands, and just
now is the time to buy if you want to
save or make money.
J. Waesom,
C B Montague,
J L Cowan,
J M Balston,
L Foley,
J R KirxpatrioK,
W J Guy,
J Nixon,
O T Cotton,
C II Ralston,
Jno Nichols,
Hwan Bros,
J A Beard,
P M Smith,
M A Miller,
Cm son &, Mcnzies,
Ed Kcllenberger,
C C Ilackleman,
J S Courtney,
A Dodge,
W B Donaca,
J CI Eaton,
Wm Ralston,
F. M Miller,
W C Peterson,
E Kirkeudall,
Chos D Montague,
R Cheadle,
A Cowan,
R C Miller,
D C Holt,
Walton & Wiley,
S A Nickerson,
0 XV Wheeler,
G H Bland,
R H Humphrey,
J W Burkhart,
J C Bilyeu,
G B Hansard,
H Y Kirkpatrkk,
I) Andrews,
Geo W Gi honey,
Z T Bryant,
1 R Borum,
S M W Hindman,
F R Ballard,
p M Westfall,
Geo E Hardy,
JoMt ph Elkins, ,
II C Klepper,
J XV Scanland,
James Davidson,
B Hurtcnshaw,
J W C'usick,
John Reed,
C R Loveall,
G XV Daggett,
A R Cyrus,!
J O R Carlile,
J F Hyde,
Dr Ducdett,
J A Roberts,
A B Loveall,
J M Marks,
Joe Buhl,
J II P Hope,
T J Parker,
Joseph Mayer,
, 100
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12 60
12 60
For !.
Harnena ahop in a growing, prospcr-4
ous town, nicely situated. For partic
ulars inquire of this office.
Also blacksmith shop and lots fa a
good lively town,, which, haa good
schools. For particulars Inquire at
this office .
Thankful I am not a Chinaman nor a Ho . '
Thankful that I live in Lebanon.
Thankful I am not President of tho United,
Thankful I do my trading with Ilackleman.
Thankful I am smart enough to know a barga
Thankful I bco a bargain every time I go to 1
Thankful I am not a hard case.
Thankful times aro not hard.
Thankful Ilackleman is not hard to deal with.
Thankful I have some hard cash. "
Thankful I am not hard up.
Thankful I have saved money this year by tra
Thankful that I am thankful.
Thankful for Hacklernan's new stock.
Thankful for his low prices.
Thankful Ilackleman s trade is increasing.
Thankful that people grow smarter every day.
Thankful when people are sma
as I am, and trade with
All parties contemplating building, or desiring lumber fc
any other purpose whatever would do well to call on
At his lumber yard at this place, or at the sawmill.
We have on hand a first-class stock of
Rough and Clear Lumber.
Bills of all kinds filled on short notic
Give me a call
Before Purchasing Elsewhere .
Died, in Happy Home district the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Oce.
on the morning of the 19th of Novem
ber, 1989, at half past three o'clock,
little Ida Morrls,duughter of I. J. Mor
ris, of Hillsboro, Washington county,
passed to the higher lifo rftcr many
weeks of severe suffering.
Little Ida, thou hiMt left us,
And thy loss we deeply fevl,
But 'tis God who hns bereft us,
He will all our sorrows heal.
Mr. aud Mrs. Oce have watched over
the little girf confided to their keeping
with tendercat care, and could not
have done more for a child of their
own. They have the sympathy of the
entire community iu this their sad be-
O weep not for Ida, nil is well. Her
pure spirit has passed the portal called
death, and now hi soj! land dwell.
A XfcitiimoK.
E. G. Beardsley,
Farms and City Property for
Correspondence solicited.
P. O. B-x 841.
i a-u-uu-ui-j ju -iioii! j u ' a
Be fg 't C I c 1 1 j ( i f j i i
Is giving splendid satisfaction t(
trade aud the sales arc positively )
velous, which can be accounted f
no other way except that it is wl
doubt the best in the market. A
and be Bure yon pet the genuine.";
keep it. M. A..Miller, Druggist.
The first Quarterly Meeting of the
Methodist Episcopal church, of Leba
non will be held on Nov. 23 and li.
Quarterly conference on 23 at 2 : 30.
Preaching tfatuaday evening and Sun
day morning aud evening by Elder
Wilson, . ,
Union Thanksgiving srmon will be
held iu the M, E. Church at 11 o'clock
Nov, 28. Hcrmou by Rev. J. R. Kirk
patrick. All are cordially invited. A
collection will be taken.
IUoatloa Notice.
Notice is hereby given that the co
partnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned undes the firm
name of A. It. Cyrus & Co. is this day
dissolved by mutal consent. The bus
iness will bo cotinuedby W. C. Peter
sou at the plaee of business heretofore
occupied by the firm. Wituess our
hand and seapj this 12th day of Novem
ber im. A. It. Ctkwj. Heal.
W.C. pKTEiisex. Htal.j
In a recent article in the Yoi
Companion, on "How to cure a c
the writer advises a hot le
taken at bed time. U K
treatment, especially dil
cold weather of tho wint
it opens the pores of t.
leaves the system in km
that another and much l
cold is ulmofct eertatn to be t,
Many years constant usu am :
perience of thousands of pcrsoi
ugus, has full' demonstrated th
is nothing Utter for a severe co
Chamlierlaiu's Cough Remedy
in perfect harmony with na
lieves the lungs, Hjuefle the t
nacious mucus, making it etudci
pectoraU', and restores the systf
strong and healthy condition,
cent bottles for sale by M. A. M
M. A. Miller returned from V
last H'lturday, where he hud
purchase a stock of holiday f
says he will open about tho 1
ember the largest and nioi
stork of holiday goods ever
the city.