The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898, November 22, 1889, Image 6

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E. I. IMF1TEICI, flJBUSEER.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2$ 1S89.
MASS MEETING. ;
Nearly all nor citizens turned out
Monday evening at Union Hall to bear
aud consider the proposition of O'Nt'tl
ltrotkera tc build a paper mill in Leba
non. Negotiations for lands, water
power and rights of way had been
agreed upou the Saturday before. J. J.
Swan was, ou motion of R. C Miller,
unanimously called to the chair, and
AL A. Millei made secretary. After
He vera! enthusiastic speechcs.on motion
of F. M. Wilier, Eq., it was unani
imously agreed to build a foO.000 paper
mill, conditioned that we raise subsi
dy of 15000. On motion, the following
gentlemen were appointed a commit
tee to raise the money : J. R. Kirkpnt-
ricfc, chairman ; C. B. Montague,
Charles Ralston, Wnu Guy, Joe Nixon,
Dr. L. Foley and J. M. Marks. How
well they succeeded in three days, will
be found in another column.
Skirt M u Ta Short.
A pretty joke is told of ono of the
young lady teachers in the Raker
school. On Monday a small nrchin
entered the school room, with an ex
qulsitely dirty face and hands. The
teacher bade him to go and wash him
self. In a few minutes the boy return
ed with his hands nicely washed and
wiped. His face also had been washed
but only the lower portion had lieen
wiped dry.the rest of his fuee was drip
ping with water. On lieiug told to
return aud wije his face he said, "But
teacher I can't." Naturally surprised,
the teacher asked why he could not
follow her instruction, in as much as
lie had succeeded in washing his face
and hands and wiping them so nicety,
as fur as he had gone. The small boy
answered, while the big tears ran
down his cheek: "My shirt ain't long
enough." The answer was followed
by silence, succeeded by a suppressed
titter the young lady was so embarrass
ed that she can't look at a bolt of sheet
ing without blushing np to her ears.
Union.
Men stand in their shops waiting for
the trade which does not come. Far
mers hesitate about increasing their
stock, or cultivated acres, owing to low
prices. A pay roll made up of hun
dred ef men engaged in manufacturing
enterprise, will change all of this. Two
hundred men; put on the pay roll
means a thousand more population
with money to buy the farmers pro
duce as well as the shop keepers goods.
The power of self-control is one of the
best blessings that comes with sancttfi.
ed life. He who irJeth his own spirit
is better than he that taketh a city ;
better in the qualities of courage, endu
rance, diheretion and dignity. And
yet a thousand men are ambitious to
take a city where one desires to control
his temper,'
Xellee.
Notice is hereby given that the co
partnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned, under the firm
name of Blackburu & Nichols, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. The
business will be resumed by John
Nichols, who assumes all indebtedness
of the late firm and collects all out
standing accounts, at the place of busi
ness heretofore occupied by the late
firm.
Witness our hands and seals this
10th day of NovemU-r, 1889.
A. P. Blackbi-es. (Seal.)
John Nichols. (Seal.)
Kotiee.
For any information regarding rates
or fair to Eastern cities and other in
formation call on
M. E. Hears, Agt. K. P. Co.,
Lebanon, Or.
MCCACSK.
, I ait upon the aide walk.
Aud breathe thesummtr air.
I sit upoa the sidewalk
Because 1 have no chair.
A sweet girl sits beside mo.
The reason is implied;
A sweet girl sits Uide m
Because I'm by hsrside,
I ask her if she loves mc
The best of all her beaux;
I ask her if she loves roe
Because I know she knows.'
.IShesays she will not tell me "
And as I start to go
She says she will not tell me
Because she knows I know.
Pray leave us, gentle reader;
Ikn't hesitate or pause;
But leave us, gentle reader
Because well just because.
Do not buy any eastern trash when
you can get those splendid Bucking
ham & Hecht goods at Montague's
Mammoth store and also at his One
Price Cash Store.
One price and cash at the new cash
store, but everything sold cheap jmd
delivered to any part or the city.
F Montseues magnificent NEW
stock of Buckingham & Hecht 'a boots
and shoes manufactcd expressly lor
him.
We call the attention of the farmers
to the fact that we are running our
chopper on Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday of each week. Our prices are
reasonable and work guaranteed.
C'KotiS & Hyde.
For a lame back try saturating a
piece of flannel with Chamlicrlaiu's
Pain balm and binding it en to the ef
fected parts. This treatment will cure
auy ordinary case in one or two days.
Pain Balm also cures rhcumctism,
rn rains, swellings and lameness. 50
cent bottles for sale by M. A. Miller.
When you are tired of paying three
prices for groceries take a rest aud
trade with C E. Brownell. Albany.
Cruson Jt Mcnzics will furnish your
windows and doors cheap.
Mr. E. P. Lovejoy, a large dealer In
general merchandise at Wabuska, Ne
vada, says: "I have tried St. Patrick's
Pills aud can truthfully say they are
the best I have ever taken or known
used." As a pleaiant physic or for dis
orders of the liver they will always give
perfect satisfaction. For sale by M. A.
Miller.
If you want to adorn your home,
make your wife happy and feel real
good yourself, Just go to Fortmlller 4
Irving, of Albany, and make a sclto-
tiou from their immense stock of furni
ture. All classes, styles and variety of
fuites, or separate pieces. No trouble
to show come and see.
To the honorable citizens f Lebanon
Gkekting : Your committee beg
leave to report that we have accom
plished the work assigned us by the
mass meeting of last Monday evening.
We congratulate your town and
county on the nobis work they have
done, and would not forget to mcntinu
favorably a few friends of Albany for
their liberaliry. We hail with glad
acclaim this grand day for Lebanon,
which marks the dawn of a glorious
future. Respectfully submitted on
behalf of committee.
J . R. Kjekpatkick, Ch'm
L. Foley,
J.Nixox,
W. J. Grv,
C. H. IUijrros,
J.M.Marks,
C. B. Montague.
thaxiviko arrrEB.
The ladies of the M.E. church will
serve a thanksgiving supper from 6 to
8 o'clock on Thanksgiving day in the
building formerly occupied by Goan
furniture store. Proceeds to aid the
church. All are cordially invited to
come and enjoy a social hour, and aid
in keeping the interests of the church
iMjfure the people. Supper, 25 cents
Do not fail to be present.
The frt Job work is done by the
EXFRBKR.
A JJAKGAIX.
f Business location on west side of
. . Jl!n street, in Lebanon, at a brga,
for the next few days, ForpartlflUtars
inquire at this oSce.
James 'Keyden,
VETERINARY SURGEON,
Graduate of Edinburgh, Scotland.
Can be found at J. T. Harbin's
Blacksmith Shop, Lebanon, Oregon.
All Diseases of Horses
TREATED,
: . AKD .
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
IIOSTAGDE'S C0LUI1I
Montacue's fall iHock is
now complete in "every de
partment. Tho Mammoth
. ini t.:
store is imeu iuut as cnuip
goods, adapted to this mar
ket, as money will buy.
DRESS GOODS.
Our all wool Aldine suit
ings, a full yard wide, which
we are selling at 50 cents per
vard, is without doubt the
Lest value for the money ever
offered to Iho ladies of Leba
non.
Our stock of Henrietta
cloths, cashmeres, tricots,
camel hair goods, waterproof,
and advance styles of every
thing wearablp'js simply im
mense. The Jtiies are invit
ed to call and take a look
through the "goods. They were
bought at very low prices and
will be sold, correspondingly
low.
Montague's stock of fancy
work materials, as zephvrs,
wools and yarns, embroidery
silks, in fact everything that
goes to make up a complete
line of material for fancy work
can be found at Montagues.
Our stock of boots and
shoes was made expressly for
us and even' pair we sell is
fully warranted. When yu
want anything in the foot wear
line look over Montague's
stock and get his prices. If
you want to got good goods at
living prices you will necessa
rily buy your boots and shoes
of Montague.
CLOTHING.
Montague is opening up tho
largest and lest selected stock
of Men's, Boys' and Chil
dren's Clothing ever opened
at this place. We can fit any
one both in size and priee.
Montague carries Oregon City
Clothing, California Cassi
mero Clothing, Eastern
Worsteds, as well as a great,
varietv of nerviceable, low
pricecf good.
Tho One Price Cash Store
will continue to deliver Gro
ceries and General Merchan
dise to the citizens of this
place and vicinity at a mere
nominal advance over the
original cost.
NOTICE AS TO MONEY!
Persons who owe me IDST
PIT CP I0W.
I do not propose to waste
much time in dunning. In
fact there are some who imag
ine they should not be dunn
ed at ail, but it takes money
to do business. Do not be
surprised if you find the note
or account you may happen
to owe me in the hands of an
officer "or vrTMTiofiit
-. J
N6w. WE HA'"'lM.
rXio GrcntcNt Shoo I3vc?r Known
IS THE
SUNSET $3.00 SHOE
FOK ME?rS WE All.
Tliia cTmrt ia mfhrfiio finest tinnfrv rftlf. has solid heclji
and soles, and is the fin; shoe for 3.00 ver pioducwl.
Alanulacturcd by
Cahn, Hickelsburg & Co,, San Francisco,
AND FOR SALE IN LEBANON PY
C. B. Montague.
xmr at.
Tlie long, wear)' credit bus
iness is a thing of the past in
Lebanon.
CHAS. B, MONTAGUE.
Sept. $0, 1889.
BEARD & HOLT,
Druggist and Apothecary,
DEALERS IN
Pure Drugs, Medicines,
Paints, Oils and Glass,
STATIONERY,
Fine PerfumeiyBriislies& Combs
C1QAR3 AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Main Street, Lebanon, Oregon.
Julius Gradwoh s
Golden Rule Bazaar.
The leading Crockery and Fancy
Goods house of Albany, Oregon,
Roger Bros. Silverware,
French China and Crystalware,
Boys' Wagons, Baby and Doll Carriages
Fancy Goods and a
General Assortment f Crockery and Toys.
lie boyi dlrwt and carriwi the largest utook lu thp Willutnett valloj.
2ST Id ca parte Francils. Eier ilrd dentch gesprocbei..
UULLJL !XJ
IB J. l.J .1
CRUSON & MENZIES,
DEALERS IN
WAGONS, BUGGIES, HACKS
AND ALL IUNIW OF-
Vehicles, Implements,
TOOLS OF A-TlL. SORTH,
Light and Heavy Machines
BARB AND SMOOTH WIRE,
IJROIV, STEEL, COAL,
GUNS AND AMMUNITION.
Call in, Gentlemen, and we will Make Yo
Happy.
lMXKPORATED 1854.
Beautj ki'lly Located.
TIIOROVOn. PRACTICAL. ECONOMICAL.
Tbnrough and Practical in Instruction.
Tuition, Low, Board and Rooms, Reasonable.
Term of 10 weeks began Tuesday, November 19,
The JRcademyEuilding has been repaired.
New School Appliances have been Rdded,
The Curriculum of Study has been Reuised.
Send at Once for particulars.
R. N. Wright, B- S., Principal,