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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1890)
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ID AY, MARCH 21, IfliW.
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Hmooth shaves mid latest style hair
ruts. Bhainpoolng--Spanish Luster
cures the scalp of dandruff. Lebanon.
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EYES AND EARS.
Mr. Al. Frum was In town WodncB-
Robert Cochran visited Lebanon this
Miss Maud Ralston Is in Albany,
thin week vlHltlng friends.
Examine the hue stock of books of
bit kind at ttourd and Holt's,
Mr. Tuttle, from the "Hound," has
Imught several lots in Lebanon.
Tiik Ex rmcflfl in adding to ltn sub
scription lint at a satisfactory rate.
The several sawmills natir town will
be kept busy thin season If they supply
In-bunon's duitnnd for lumber.
Tho vote for the Bchool houHe on Inst
Saturday was carried by over two
third's majority, us Tim KxruEHS
predicted lut week.
Hereafter we Bhull publish tho Leb
anon Market report. Examine this
report and be convinced that this is
your bent market for all kinds of pro
duce. - ;;'
Sometime In the near future we pro
pwo to canvass for subscriptions to
The Exieh. Don't Iks in a hurry
to send Ju j-our name, but wait till we
show you our inducement.
In the absence of better and less
latorious sport our people have taken
to jumping, and some few cxerts
thrcntcu to beat the traditional "cow
that Jumped over the moon."
Rev. N. L. New will preach lu the
C. P. Church next (Sunday In the
morning ou the subject, "The Money
Fide of tieQosiel,"aiid lu the ovening
his subject will be "Home MMons."
One day this week Rev. J. It Klrk
patrlck let out a contract to Mr. Rhell,
of Albany, to build him a $4000 resi
dence in the Wassora additiou to Se
attle, work to commence about the 15th
Hhow us tho man who based his pre
dictions of an early spring ou the ma
iieuverings of the groundhogsix weeks
ago! Such unwarranted prophecies
deserve to be classed with the night
mares of Pagan ism.
" We guarantee that th ere are more
". eople ou our streets daily than there
i are In any town of two thotwaud In
habitant you'ean name. What does
this argue? business, of course. Is it
any wonder the visitor mistakes our
smiling business men foraurop of office
. i seekers?
.'vTMr. Feter Hume, the Brownsville
bunker and treasurer of the Eagle
Woolen Mill Co., called on Us Monday,
Mr. Hume is so thoroughly identified
with the business interests of Browus
villo that a conversation with him is
better than a day's study of a business
Elder M. F. Klltingcr of CSettysburg,
Pennsylvania, says he had been suffer
ing with a cold and cough, also his
wife, that they took to using Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy and received
great benefit. from it. Tet he says,
"It was so pleasant to take." For sale
by M. A. Miller. ;
Dr.'E. R. Barker brought to our
rfllce a Mr, On nurd who has spent
some time in the mines of this coast,
and who stands high in mining circle.
We showed the gentleman a few spec
imens cfquarlx. He gave substantial
ly the verdict of every man who pro
fesses to be a judge in the matter
Seldom a day passes that some one
does not bring intojour office rich spec
imens of quarta from the great mineral
belt in the Cascades, We predict thai
the extensive work which will be done
the coming fieason will draw a great
many wen from the valley, thereby
giving those who remain a better
chance for employment.
The Board of Trade have ordered the
printing of five thousand circulars sim
ilar to the four thousand which were
printed two weeks ago.' Some old
"Kip Van Winkle" will say this is
mouey thrown away,, but is it? Oo
read of the forced marckes and pitched
battles of an excited people to secure
forty acres of laud that would support
a good sized Kansas grasshopper and
. you will agree with our Board that
what jthosejpeople heed is a little en
lightenment, such as these circulars
can give. Uivc them more light.
Many of tho town people arc making
Mr. J. Wassom went to Albany
The health of this locality Is remark
Rev. F. II. Caldcr went to Browns
Mr. William Blakely.;of Pendleton ,
was in town this week.
We acknowledge a pleasant call from
our friend L. T. Berry.
Rev. H. B. Klworthy, pastor of the
M. E. Church at Brownsville, was the
guest of Rev. Calder Saturday.
Mrs. Henry Parrlsh returned from
Htayton Friday night. She reports her
J. R. Klrkpatrlck has let a contract
to Mr. Springer to build a barn. Al
ready work has been commeneed.
Rev. C. M. Hill, the Baptist hft.no
nisslonary for the northwest coast,
preached in Brownsville last Sunday.
It is reported that 100 houses will be
erected in Lebanon during the coining
year to meet actual needs. Oregon I
an. Mr. Hansard has moved his saloon
us far south as the barber shop, to
make room for O. T. Cotton's new
Mr. and Mrs. Royal Orover and
their daughter Belle eume on Friday's
train md were visiting; their friends in
Our Brownsville correspondence was
received too late for publication last
week. We trust no such tardiness will
occur in the future.
W. C. Peterson made a business trip
to Hillsboro last week. He went
armed with a bundle of circulars and
says he painted the west side red.
Mr. Willis Calder rendered efficient
service in Tit's Expukms office on
Thursday of last week, euabliug us to
get out the paper earlier than usual.
Our school board have been offered
$1200 for the public school building.
In the event that the new school house
is built, this sum is not to be despised.
The several additions to Lebauon are
selling rapidly, and what is better, in
most instances to men who will build
residences and become bonaflds resi
dents. F. M. Miller was elected U the office
of Junior Yioe-Comraauder at the
Grand Encampment of the U. A. R.
last week. Honon could not have
beea more worthily bestowed.
Home people are afraid of their shad
ow, and, groundhog-like, they keep iu
their boles just long enough to miss all
those rare bargains in real estate offer
ed by our resident agents.
Prof. J. L. Gilbert, for several years
at the bead of the Santiam Academy,
at this place, was shaking hands with
old friends on our streets Saturday.
He remained in tow n over Sunday.
The huge boiler and all the appurte
nances of a first-class saw mill were
uuloaded from the cars, Saturday, and
drawn upon Main street, where it at
tracted a large crowd.
The warehouse ft this place, which
Is owned and operated by J. Suttle,
was taxed to its utmost capacity (00,-
000 bu.) last fall to accommodate the
farmers of this locality.
We understand that the proprietors
of the St. Charles tVliik of building an
addition to their already commodious
hotel. Should this be done Lebauon
will have better hotel accommodations
than any town iu the valley.
The rain which began to fall lust
Saturday continued almost without In
termission up to Monday night. As a
result, the snow has disappeared from
the hlUs iu our immediate vicinity,
and we may reasonably expect warmer
A sertee of meetings were commenced
at the Presbyterian church ou Wednes
day. The officiating ministers are
Revs. Price and Haukiter, of the M.
E. Church, South. . Everybody inter
ested iu Christian work are invited to
co-operate iu these meetings.
When we read of the mad rush of
people for the possession of small strips
of territory in the western states and
territories we feel like luvitlng to our
owu broad territory, where they will
not be harrassed by the military nor
jostled out by a greedy horde of land
grabbers. Comethis way.
Messrs. Hickman, Hyde, Swan,
Saltmarsh and Miller, of the John F.
Miller Post, Mrs. Saltmonh, Mrs.
Miller, Mrs. Swan aud Mrs. Hindiuan,
of the Woman's Relief Corps, weut to
Eugene last week to attend the Urund
Encampment. The warm greetings of
old soldiers and the hospitality of Eu
gene people are remarked by all pres
Several real estate transactions this
Mrs. Martin Hickman is somewhat
R. C. Miller is spending the week in
Albany. He Is on tho trial Jury.
Mr. Jos. Elkins is soliciting, money
to build a fence around the Academy.
If you want to know who our busi
ness men are, consult our advertising
Mr. Hays, of Flarriseurg, called on
us Tuesday. Walter is showing him
about the olty.
Win. K. Temple and II. R. Powcl
sold their wheat in the warehouse to
day at 66 cents per bushel.
Bedrock Driers, new goods and stan
dard brands at both the Mammoth and
One Price Cosh Stores of C. B. Monta
Lost, ou last Sunday night, a white
silk muffler. Anyone finding the same
will confer a favor by leaving it at this
We take this occasion to remind cer
tain business men that they agreed to
build a brick block, provided a hew
school house was built.
Both of our schools closed Wedncs
day at noon for this week to give all
the scholars a chance to attend the
Teacher's Institute at Albany.
J. C. Bilyeu passed up Main street
Tuesday with the longest string rf fish
we have seen for some time. They
were caught in the Santiam.
The Junction City Pilot has chang
ed hands again. Moria &, Back are
its new proprietors. We wish them
success in the broad field of journal
Mrs. C. W. Cobb, her infant daugh
ter, and sister, Eunice K&kpatrlck,
took the train Tuesday morning for
Seattle. They were tecompanled by
II. Y. Kirk patrick as far as Portland
We are requested to announce that
Rev, F. H. Calder will preach on infant
baptism next Sunday; also that that
ordinance will be administered to as
many as may be presented on that oc
The Albany nerald has grewn like
lightning of late. It feeds very large
ly on electricity since taking the asso
ciated press dispatches, which accounts
for its present jiroportions and increas
The Lebanon Cornet Band has or
ganized in a businees-like manner.
An organization effected in a careless,
slipshod manner, is necessarily short
lived. Blow away! Our only refuge
Is in the theory of the "survival of the
The marshal is making a house-to-house
visitation, examining disjointed
stove pipes defective flues and other
disoiders of this nature that might
subject the town to a general conflag
ration. Afaln it has been demonstrated that
woman excels man in pure intellectual
force. This time it was at the public
school, with Prof. Hickman as judge.
This Is humiliating to the boys, but
the'girls are willing to accept the de
cision as final.
This week we were shown through
the furniture factory of E. Goan. The
furniture manufactured here is all of
native timber fir, ah and maple.
Aside from its durability, our native
imber is susceptible of a high polish,
which nn.kes it very valuable.
With a slight effort on the part of
Oregonians and a small expenditure of
money In judicious advertising, every
town in the valley that is advanta
geusly situated ought to duplicate its
population before the first of January,
1991. Come, neighbors,' enter for the
race and let's see how many will come
up to the record which Leoanon is
expected to make.
One year from now our citiiens will
uot be scattering circulars broadcast
over the country. An eight thousand
dollar school house, a twenty thourand
dollar ditch, a paper mill costing fifty
thousand dollars and a rolling mill
worth sixteen thousand dollars, will
do more to advertise Lebanon than
8x12 circulars could do if shot into
every Dart of apace.
Following are th6 names of all who
attended the Teacher's Institute at
Albany, so far as we could karn, from
this place: Prof. Hlcgman, Prof.
Wright, Miss Fannie Griggs, Miss May
Ross, Frank Marks, Miss Oelia Smith,
Mclvin Williams, F. E. Roes, J. B.
Marks, E. Parrlsh, Miss Abbie Fry,
Ray Jackson, Miss Zoe Marks, Miss
Ada Miller, Mies Lizzie Reed, L. A.
Wiley, L Jackson, Misses BcJlroieaud
Beuna Klrkpatrlck, Miss Ivy Smith,
Jay Bird Graduate & Co., and about
two dosen others,
MUST NOT BE PERMITTED TO flET RUSTED
FOR AVAST OF KXERCISE, SO
JU8T TO PROVE TO OURSELVES AND FRIENDS THAT WK
HAVE NOT LOST THE KNACK. THE TUNE IS
The Last Rows of Winter,
AND WE PROPOSE TO PLAY FOR EVERY NOTE THERE IS IN IT
ARE WHAT WE PROPOSE TO BLOW OUT AND BLOW IX.
THE LAST ROWS OF WINTER GOODS
TTr ATT.Tvnwp n" mm htiptvps wtsit r.r wtttt nxv av a av
Come and see us. Next to tho
C. C. HACKLEMAN,
WE WILL PHOTOGRAPH
Your Baby, Your Doff,Your florae
and JBug-g-y in Motion,
YODR BOOSE, BOTH INSIDE
Takf Groups Anywhere at Any Time,
Raise Old Photos and Tin-Types to Any Size;
In fact, we will do everything in the Dhototrraohic line. anA rnnv o.i
and Enlarge any picture to life size in
AIR BRUSH WORK,
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And do all work right here at home,
: nrnprrafl riai!v. We will en Aran
iowot prises south af Portland. Call and see Samples
GEORGE U. YILCOX
There are some indications of a
Rev. Calder went to Brownsville to
assist Rev. Elwortliy lu a protracted
Mr. Geo. Fry, who was indkted for
burning the sawmill of Jennings &
Co., on Hamilton creek, was cleared
this week. V
Mr. Geo. L. Alexander, of Eugene,
a special friend, and formerly fore
man, of Tub Kxpbebs, is in town
viiiting this week.
Mr. J. J. Swan went to Albany to
day to consult a lawyer in regard to
the legality of the proceedings at the
school meeting last Saturday.
Several haad of lef cattle were
driven through town ' Thursday.
Whcnoe cam all this tallow? From
the country of mild wlnterf Willam
ette valley. .
The Calapooia Lodge,!. O. 0. F., of
Brownsville, propose to c$lelmt the
next anniversary at that place, and
invite all neighboring lodges to join
them. Full particulars will be given.
A good time is expeeted at the Acad
emy, Friday, April 4, at which tiniesu
entertainment will be given. No pains
will be spared to make this the most
enjoyable occasion of the season.
At a meeting of the trustees of the
Bantiam Academy, on Tuesday last,
the following trustees were elected:
J. D. Walton, 8. A. Nlekeraofl, C. II.
Ralston, J. A. Beard.O. B. Bland and
B. Burteiishaw. The board voted to
accept the resignation of Prof. R. N.
Wiight at xlration of school term.
J. A. Beard, Bec'y.
AND OUT, YOUR SOCIETY OR
where you are invited to watch k
ton von mmOT;. i ,i
Rev. J. R. Kirkputrkk went"" to
Miss Gllie Waegom is recovering
Rev. Henlieter came in on tie
This has not been a very eventful
week in Lebanon for various rearons.
Lebnnon is reaching out in every
direction north south, east and
Moms. Walton & Wiley hare, re
ceived the machinery for their tcw
Mr. Davis, formerly of Brownsville.
uuwwm, UM wen m Eastern Ore.,
for many years was in town this
We noticed a large pond of water
near the center of town that should
be drained before the weather bet oraes
The Elite Literary Society itueta
every Friday evening. It is the opin
ion of some that when its members'
tabu tlwt... ..... ' ' .1 . t
v ...en evma cungress u:ai iwiy .
will no longer be charade rued ,aj(
sleepy. ? '
On inquiring yesterday of one of
the school directors about whew Ahe
school house would be lratd,.(he;
said the first thing they intended-,
to do was to have a first-class lawyer
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examine their resolution and past
work, and then, if the work waa all
legal, lliey would take steps to decide.
where to build and to get ready for
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