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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1890)
HtlDAY, FKHKUARY1, 1800.
y y cyportKW lu Oregon l that for
,,,,'ull the jvar round country Wwteru
Ongon h the cream of the Taclfic
, w for mon of moderate meuns to get
fixed" in- J huv llved ,n Mlch
i fi,n NcbruHktt and California, and I
VH-ve thav any eiwtorn man ltli
'wh and eneigy and a capital of ay
iroinflWtol-cuncomo into the
vicinity in und about Lebanon, and f
.. u a man of family be cm gut 1. la
kml finally villi well provided for
future. Every, wiumry h "a
drawbacks, and Western Oregon fa. no
vptlon to thin rule,
iUi the comparatively ie
. compuml vita me """'J
no that if the middle cUw
' v,; were aware of all the frcU, that
w-hbm a very abort period Linn cun
wpctsiuMy would t densely popu-
,;,Ht wnuil astonbb the oldaat mhabi
M. Pwwrn man, why do you delve
Mud from year to year in that land
, t tfertro executions, where by hurd
u-ka (when thcK-aiw are favorable)
run hard:yave cnougu
. IBOI1 " ' ,
iciing and your tock from Hwrying
. .i iif. t.idioua. cold winter.
t ' . . i ..r.vw!iri
tlar. valley naiure "
Vruuduntlvfornerch.ldrcu, unu -jumi
will expend the auie amount of
nergy here he doea in the cast to keep
;nl anrtbody together he will become
wealth v in a few year., want
more of the hardy, sturdy laaterncw
here to develop the country. I term
tak an new country the pioneer
-uracil, an early day; in those days
acre were no railroads and neom!y
o market for tba farmers' surplus
,,roducu, and the mult rwthat the.e
-h:p1c oulv raided what w uc.cbiiry
or their "own use, and the country
lid not develop very rapidly. :Now
base trunk line of the railroad
fading to the north, aouth and -east.
Our rivers art aupplifd with elegant
.inea of ateam cruft and mounter bU.ps
and ocean Hteamcra carry our proaucw
ro all imtioim. ThW to the garuen '
; the vest; crops never fail
.timber in abundance
fitir river j ure
our foroti tee i n
with gauo, and iu fact thi, U th Innd
of pcw: and plenty,
pbcar VhMt more
Liinds arc fitul
can you frozen,
h:77.urd--.:fferers f th-iifit uu
euu aay U one and all if you e ata
Ji,,l with vour lot hack there where
vou are, never cool In the summer and
;..Vcr warm hi the winter, why atay
fhore; Uutifyouaro KATitfliHJ.
bund.e up your worldly goods, e.I
your farnitf and town lot for v, hat you
,ta t, and start for Oregon " Where
wlls'itc dark Willamette down." Jut
don't come with a "k-au pocket book
,d a amite," for unlcw vou have Home
.capital vou cannot prohubly do any
.tt-Jr here than bark east. We
xoeu with puah ar.d snap and some
filth v lucre, so that ibey can help develop-the
country when they got here.
Don't expect too mucn vi u.. j .
her) country, but conic with the in- j
tention of .takingjthe country it i, j
not wi you may picture It i" J""ur j
Mind's eye.and you will certainly una
mit thnt anv reasonable person wil.
jillrv the taslet place f"r plnainn i
..... 1.. T.V.l.l. I
aian to got agoodlivjugin u.a.. i
.iMt or west for men o.
and lai ire energy
Yours for pluck,
N-rtir? is hereby given tliRt all -lr'
are forbidden to buy m purchase
aot! "t V.M held aiwinst ,'ardwell
fla'k bv .co. M. ;lark, said note
itivln about the ymr 1W, vhlch said
ieo. M. Clark claimed had been lost,
the undersigned, Laruv.tn
(,'irtri;. sravfl a.
11CW JlOlU '.voa:4i
paid iia ful!. ,
-M-alae J'-illof ill for Innit-er,
which ha been paid off in full.
Iue Jii!3 jmn lout Mutch fit,
DoethH-tLerJlh day cf February,
irj. at U-L.-iiifi..""-"-
O-w prl.'iTnd cash at the new h
!or... but cvjryiLinj,' sold clicap d
.kUvmd to any pari, of tfw ctty.
iothiiyi'.r;y'4lww tn'Mh wl""n
..i . Urn.!.-tMii)iirl
v'HJ am get lliOvaji--'"
, iht k-w,l.t ;.1-Ht:.gi . j
.yd i. : hi, :at h CM Vrle- :
Tiler. f Mwral point that the new
leoftier cttljrant would, do well to
tote, bef.ro they conclude to locate'
Find, Cheap itontea, r Uv Rnatcnt
pemlhlc advnget wttlj pie least pof
alblo otitlny. SUw we rballvtgo com
pnrltion u tbhi respect with arty local
ity on the atunt. Lots can b bnught,
desirable ouch within leas than b!x
hundred yard of our main IiuhIihkii
center, for from $-"0 to (100 each, and
these lota are more thau twice the uhu
ul h1?.u of loU lu other town. Almost
any, or all of t bene lota can bv bought
on eny tenuis, long time or Installment
Jlullding mnterial and nil necessary
convenience for rapid conntruetlon
is all here ready to hand. Second,
the wood Is cheaper and more conven
ient thau ulmoHt uny town in the
valley. Building Btono can. bo hud
nearly for the cut of quarrying and
hauling the Bums, and the finest clay
for brick making Ih nil Hround vh.
Farms and small tracts for pardoning
or fruit growing, are at leust fifty per
ceut uheupor than anywhere in the
valley, and are ah rich oh thu richiHtt In
all this Clod-favored laud. The lieot
hop lunds lu all the state are along the
rich alluviid hot torn of the Saiitiam,
and more Imps are made per acre than
anowlicro cltu in the atute. Third,
iSlutihtics show less malarial diHeaws
iu this arl or the county than auy
where elw;, aisil Lebanon Is noted fur
ltd remarkably healthy location, and
in fact there is ubHoIutely no local
caune for dieue whatever.
The new L'oiucr will find a genuine
wan reception, and to ull proving
tl)MliMvp4 wnrtiiv. tiiilwf nut inl nl1 mid
I l7" h ... ,i T " ; ..
nelp will be given to ail laudable un
There.is no department of manufac
tory or industrial enterprise that our
citizens would jiot encourage, and if
need be, substantially aid.
Fourth, The capitalist will liud here
noljonly un nhaulute fiafe wt'iirityfor
money, but a most Inviting opjwrtunl
ty to incat money. Our town and
country real estate will certainly in
crease rapidly and will pay investors
of either large or small means fnuu
to 100 Nr cent iu the next 12 montkri.
Our city tax hardly amounts to any
thing, and our city fathers are deter
mined to keep out of debt.
Irftbanon Is firet-clu.s in its hoite
life, and in fall thnt constitutes u per
fect make up of home attraction.
Three good churches with local pastors
to look after the wunts of the flock, the
siek and needy. Three good and well
regulated Sunday sehools, in which are
gathered and taught nearly all of the
children of the community.
A;puouc tree sciiooi lor an ana a
most c.celie:it academy, both of which
are a suceess. One of the best Odd
Fellows' and Muonic halls and lodges
on the Pacific coast, compinHtd of flrnt-c!a.-b
'utit' of I)ioluilon.
Notice is hereby giveu that the co
partnership hci-cloforj existing
between R. Hiatt and J. ('. Gordvn,
partners doum business under the firm
name of Uiatt & Ciurilon, is this day
dissolved by nritual consent J. C,
(lord jii wilt continue the business and
P'llect or pay all outstanding accounts.
Lebanon, Oregon, February 21, 181)0.
iv. Hiatt. 6kai.
J. C. Cordon-. S.vn.
OLYMPIA S. MURRAY, M. I).,
n.niale Hpeeiulirtt. lias practiced ou
the racitic Const for the pant twenty-
five years. A life tvuie devoted to the
.,(,,,!.. 1.. ,
nu(j curw,, j j.;tVo tiousands of t.U-
. . .
rnoniaw o: permanent cures irom the
is-t js-opk ou this coast. A positive
guarantee to permanently cure any case
of female weakm-i. no matter how
long standing vt what the stngo may
U;. Charges r.aonabie and within
the roneii of all. For the benefit of the
very j.-oor of my fox who are wuflering
from any of th; great iuulliiude of nil
nientfl that follow iu the train of thnt
terrible dibcoec known an feiuulc weak
ness, and who arc not able to pay for
treatment, I will treat free of charge.
Coaxultation l-y mail, free, All corrcfi
pondcuctt strictly confld'tntiul." Medi-
cin.-rt packed, hoxert and eent 1 y fs
pa with .charge pre-pnt I for
"home" treatment, with fpc-clficdlrec
tions for uhc. If $ w art entering from
any f .iaule trcubJ.... jieri-.dically or cob
wttiJ v, Addrrw,
0:,yjika H. M-Ji'.r.AY, M. 1).,
Monty Tu Loan.
MJti'-y to lonn ut a low rate rate f
intereiii, on good ifjrm property in
Linn C'ouaty, or on bet city property
i Alkmy. Apply t Mlackburu and
Wrl.,i. All.r.i:v. 0-tr.,
Montague's fall Btock is
now complete in every de
partment. Tho Mammoth
storo is filled with as choice
goods, adapted to this mar
ket, ai money will buy.
Our all wool Aldine suit
ings, a full yard wide, which
we are netting at 50 cents per
yard, is without deubt the
best value for the money evor
offered to the ladies of Loba
non. Our stock of Henrietta
cloths, cashmeres, tricots,
camel hair goods, waterproofs,
and advance styles of every
thing wearable is simply im
mense. The ladies are invit
ed to call and take a look
through the goods. They wore
bought at very low prices and
will be sold correspondingly
Montagu's stock of fancv
work materials, as zephvrs,
wool? and varus, embroidery
silks, m fact everything that
goes to make up a oompleto
line of material ior fancy work
can be found at Montugue's.
Our stock of boots and
shoes was made expressly for
us riid every pair we sell is
fully warranted. "When vm
want anything in the foot wear
line look over Montague's
stock and get his prices. f
you want to j;ut good goods at
living prices you will necesra
rilv buv vour boots and shoes
Montague is opening up the
l-.'.rgest and lu.'st 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 price.
Montague carries Oregon City
Clothing, California Ca.ssi
nure Clothing, Eastern
Worsteds, as well as a great
varietv f serviceable, low
The One Price Cab Store
will continue to deliver Gro
ceries and General Merchan
dise to the citizens of thin
place and vicinity at a mere
nominal advance over the
NOTICE AS TO MONEY!
Persons rftio owe uif; MUST
pay up now. . -
1 do not propo.se to wantx?
much time in ' dunning. In
fact there are Fome who imag
ine they should not be dunn
ed at all, hut it takes money
to do business. Do not he
surprised if you find the note
or account you may happen
to owe me in the handrf of an
' tlVlllt' II ,
The long, wearv credit bus
ino? is a thing of the past in
CII AS. B. MONTAGUE.
C3 reatONt Hhoo JKvor Iviioavii
is thk :
SUNSET $3.00 SHOE
FOR MK , Wy.Ml
This hoo is mado of h lnes innery calf, has solid hoe
and Poles, and is tho fu t-t hh ,i for $3.00 ever pi educed
Cahn, Nickelsbnrg S Co,,
AND FOR SALE
BEARD & HOLT,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Pure -Drugs, Mkdioinks,
Paints, Oils and Glass,
Fine Perfumery, Brushes & Combs
CIGAIW AND I'ANCV TOII.KT ARTICLK-S.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Main Street, Lchrmun, OrvK'-'n-
Golden Rule Baz
The Leading CrOckory, Fancy Goods
find Toy Store of Albany, Oregon,
Rogers Bros, 1U1 Silverware, French CMna and Glassware,
Boy's Wagons, Baby and Dell Carriages.
General Assortment of Fai icy Goods.-
Hjx'flulty lu tin; f'"liiwf. Tcuw viiH I'ouVvv.
He buvs direct for net .cash and carrie:: tiie hmi
stock in the vallev.
All parties contemplating building, or desiring lumber for
any other purpose whatever would u!o well to call on
M his lumber yard at this place or at thft sawmill
Ye have on hand a first-ela stock of
Kough and. Clear Lumber.
Bills of all kinds filled on short notice.
Give me a call
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
Humphrey & Taylor.
M per cent Interest on Money
WJii'n Vou Cun fit't It
CALL ON THE
Oregon Land Company
- San Francisco
IN LEBANON BY
't.VV i if
..i-v ji less. ?1
M I L. Iv 1C N f C R "
Haa boen pewd ut
WaUNOV, - OKK'SOX, .
Id the ik?w nlorerfwrn of W. J. Cluy,
next door to The ft::pn.T, where
ALL "WORK IN THESE LINKS,
JB'isldt a full titock of
' Emhrnidmj Material
May lw oKuincd. All kimb of
t -And Id :
THE VERY BEST STYLE.