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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1890)
J,iCK AfcAS, GEO. 1- AUUKASUKK
.DAMS & ALEXANDER,
EDITORS AND PKOPPIRTORI?.
AJV EQUAL C1IANVJS.
The focialista say that if every
r-.r.n had an equal chance poverty
-.voulj. disappear.. This experiment
v. tried when the promised land
v:i3 divided am.ng the Hebrews.
l":ich family was given its propor
tion recording to its size. If the
tUcorv of these modern socialists is
correct there should . never have
U un any poverty in the land of
t'anaan. The territory was ample
lrthe population; it was a terri
tory that had been improved by the
natives who were exterminated, and
the Hebrews had the benefit of all
thir improvements. But what was
the "result? (5 od, 'foreseeing that
the original equality could not be
preserved, made provision before
hand for the poor. He inspired
Moses to declare, while the people
were yet, in tho wilderness, that,
'"The poor ehs.ll never cease out of
Many provisions in the ancient
code show clearly that poverty is
rtrpviaentiat tact in tne mstory oi
our race. It exists, no doubt, in
Borne degree as the result of and
punishment for indolence, improv
idence .and vice; but all poor people-
are not lazj' and wicked. Some
of the best people who have ever
lived have been poor. This provi
dential arrangement is better for
flip wnrM than absolute eoualitv.
cf which the socialist dreams. It
s;ives variety: it stimulates effort:
t develops character; it cultivates
haritv.A world in which nobody
Ne.srii.-n ana noDoay poor wouia
bo a world without enterprise or
Let a man reflect a moment upon
the result of earrvmg out any
scheme of asrrarianisra or commun
ism, and he will see that instead of
remedying the evils which now ex
ist it would bring upon us far
greater ones. As well talk of re
ducing every man in our army to
the same stature. The Creator
could have just as easily provided
us with houses readj'-niade and
decreed that the wheat should have
produced well-baked loaves of
bread, but He ordained it other
wise. And what would man be
good for if such provision were
made? I, for one, am pretty well
satisfied with the present arrange
ment and have but slight hope of
any improvement by the socialistic
THE BEST WAT.
The pest way to govern a woman
.6 to let her have her own way.
Tho best way to settle the labor
question is for every man to go to
The best way to avoid "strikes,"
young man, is to keep off the old
-rmriftrgaie after sundown.
The best way to-, rid a community
of tramps is to organize a "rag
tacker society," with unlimited
powers of marque and reprisal.
The beet way to carry on business
successfully i3not to undertake too
much. Insist on caring for your
own business alone, and let otherB
do the eame.
An exchange, speaking from ex
perience, says there are persons in
every community who like to see a
newspaper attack public abuses,
denounce monopoly, expose cor
ruption, attack their enemies and
praise their friends all at its own
expense. These same people often
borrow the paper to see what it has
to gay" on such topics. When it
comes toTaacking up an independent j
and outspoken journal with liberal
patronage, however, these gentle
men are generally non-come-at-ibus
in swam po.
Some one who evidently does not
know the 'minds of our business
mert, predicts that the , ditch is a
failure. Anyone acquainted with
thfe spirit and temper of our people
would be slow to venture an ad
verse opinion in regard to an enter
prise so feasible and important.
Lebanon seems to be lacking in
that element which acts as a brake
on ' all progressive measures.
"Gather ye all the false prophets
on Mount Carmel."
Life is not a question of years,
but of consciousness. Some men
simply exist for four-score years,
then pass out of the world and are
N4iUle missed as a forest leaf. ' To
become old is to become old in
thought and fossilized in ideas.
Youth is not a question of years,
but of sympathy with the living
"The" politicians in Kansas, a pro
hibition State, are now pressing for
a "resubmission of the question to
the people. The zeal displayed in
this matter proceeds from some
thing else than temperance. The
Republican majority in 188S was
82,000; in 1889 it was only 15,000.
Here is the key to the zeal of the
Some business men withhold
their ads. in the vain hope that
business will 'revive and trade will
le good and then, out of pure char
ity to the printer, they will give
him a two-liner. We will give you
charity ad. right nowt lour
"name is Ichabod.
It may be in society as in me-
rlmnirs. that a certain amount of
dead weight is required to keep in
order the more polished machinery.
Tf. we have anv dead weights in
Lebanon they have precisely this
effect, judging by the way the ma
have a creame
than for evT
would lobetter to
Look out for spring ft.-ver.
Don't flh on Sunday, boy.
Plenty of slab wood at tke planer.
Calico ball at Harrlsburg April 25th.
Edward Evitns was In lowu Wed
nvttday. Robert Sanders la down with rheu
matism. Mliw Josle Rosa went to Albany
E. P. Von Hagan has returned from
Mr. R. Sanders is expected homo
Social dance at the City hall Batur- j
Lincoln Simons is very sick with
T. 8. Plllsbury has the finest show
window iu town.
Report says that Fred Lame, of Hal-
sey, is quite sick.
Robert White, of Diamond Hill, was
in town Wednertdaj.
Several membcis of the Halsey band
were in town Sunday.
V Foster and J. K. MeHargue went
to Albany Wednewiay.
Mr. Hamilton, of Sweet lloiiie, is
registered at the Arlington.
Albert Marsters died recently at
Chieo, Cab, of consumption.
The woolen mills will stop Saturday
and remain idle for four days.
Miss Bessie Irwin departed for Seat
tle, her future home, Monday.
Mr. John Brown had the misfortune
to lose a valuable cow last week.
The rain Wednesday night was
highly appreciated by our farmers.
Mr. Jake Rllyeu made a horse trade
Tuesday morning before breakfast.
Brown & MeHargue will run a re-
frexhment booth at the grove April 20.
The stockholders of the Eagle woolen
mill will hold their aunual meeting
Wm. Hutehins, of Portland, is in
town cleaning and reprtrlng orgaus
In front of E. P. Roby's residence
there stands the finest cherry tree In
A little son of William Fields, of
Crawfordsville, was injured Suuday by
falling from a tree.
That splendid dinner given at Dr.
Starr's last Sunday was greatly
joveil by all present.
Mr. Mart Hasbrook has been in town
for a few tin vs. He came to attend the
funeral of his father.
Ed Montgomery was In town Tues
day purchasing supplier at Waters
Bros.' store for the logging camp.
Mrs. Galhraith has departed for Al
bany, her future home. She leaves
many warm friends in Brownsville.
The Calapooia miners are sewing on
their loose buttons and getting their
hair cut for the ummr campaign.
E. D. Johnson has just finished
painting a hack at his shop which is a
very neat job and reflects much credit
on the artist.
It is said that the Albany Democrat
does not give "Nemo" credit when it
copies his articles. We are very fond
of roast Democrat.
J. M. Waters and J. B. R. Morelock
are at Seattle on business connected
with the new flour mill which they
will soon erect at that place.
Harvey Robbins, of the Big Bend
country, a first cousin of J. W. Morris,
had 3000 sheep when th cold weather
set in.; he has now but 200 left.
J. H. Waters hold to Mr. Bradley
four lots in the Hausman addition last
Friday for 300. Mr. Bradley will
build a new house this summer.
Died, of consumption, at the home
of her parents in South Brownsville,
April 21, Mrs. Ijena Bunting. Funeral
teok place Wednesday at 1 o'clock.
Those parties Interested iu the Cala
pooia and Blue river mines have or
ganized a joint stock company to be
known as the Calapooia and Blue River
Mill and Mining Co.
Under the skillful management of
Mr. Jonah Moore the Washburn grove
has been transformed fnm a wilder
ness into a beautiful park. Mr. Moore
deserves the thanks of the people of
The extensive peach orchard of Mr.
Hugh Fields will not bear this year
owing to the late frosts. The blossoms
are falling off, the leaves are turning
black, and some of the trees will fee
It is to be regretted that we have no
adequate means at hand of extinguish
ing a conflagration should one break
out in our midst. It is to be deplored
that the crv of fire is the only thing
that will itrouse our people to a sense of
Hiram Powell's team ran away Mon
day and smashed things up pretty bad.
A young son of Carson Kendig's was
in the wagon at the time and had the
misfortune to get his leg broken be
tween the knee and ankle. The limb
was set by Drs. Starr and Reese.
Our board of trade advertised a meet
ing ol that body to take-plsK-e April 15.
When the members had assembled it
was discovered to be the wrong time
of the moon. Not understanding as
tronomy we applied to Cap Hagan for
An explanation aim were niiormeu
that Luna was in conjunction with
Venus whatever that means.
Our cm-net band have agreed to give
each member a twenty-dollar cook'
stove on his wedding day. ff this nr
rangement is carrk"! out thee will not
I enough single men in that band in
six months from now to maul the bass
drum. Nine of th boys were in the
stove business Sunday night and the
balance were trying to get there
Peter Bythers' team, while standing
in front of Cable Y rtanara's store
Monday.became frightened and started
toward Bouth Brownsville. Upon
reashiner the ford one of the horses
leaned off a small gangway, which
brought them to a stp. The hack to
which thev were hitched was badly
smashed. The horses escaped with a
At a birthday dinner given in honor
of Mr. James Pearl on his 8od birtn
day, which occurred April 17th, there
were sixty-eight relatives of Mr. Pearl
present and fifteen invited guests.
Amone the latter was J. B. Long, who
took advantage of the occasion and
photographed the relatives of Mr. Pearl
in a group, after which a pnotograpn j
of all those present was taken. Mr.!
Long was assisted by a lady artist. '
Miss Ida Garctt, residing eight miles
north of Silverton, had a narrow es
cape from death last week. While
horseback riding the horse became
frighted at the discharge of a pistol;
Miss Garett was thrown to the ground,
but her foot caught in the stirrup and
she was dragged sonic distance. For
tunately her foot became released and
she fell to the ground within a few
feet of a stump which certainly would
have dashed out her brains bad she
not been released.
Married, at the Baptist church,
Brownsville, April 20, 1890, Miss Itetta
Brown, the accomplished daughter of
John Brown, to Mr. Clyde Foster, one
of Brownsville's most popular young
merchants. The bridal party entered
the church at 7:30 o'clock and passed
up the main aisle to the pulpit, where
the ceremony was performed by the
Rev. CarpnsSperry. The bridal trous
seau consisted of a heavy corded black
r ilk skirt with combination panel and
material. The bride wore the' usual
bridal veil and orange blossoms, and
carrie' in the left hand a oeautiful
bouquet of datt'odils; on the shoulders
were two bows of cream-colored riboon:
the slippers and gloves were white kid.
While standing under the brilliant
light of the chandeliers the bride pre
sented a beautiful picture, which
evoked a murmur of admiration from
those present. From the orange wreath
that crowned the dark, lustrous hair,
to the small while slipper, the artistic
ellect was simply perfect. Mr. Foster
was attired in a suit of black worsted,
with White gloves and white lace neck
tie. After receiving the congratula
tions of their many friend the happy
com le retired to their cottage home (as
tne poet says, two sou is wmi uui a sili
cic thonirht. two hearts that beat as
one), where they received a grand ser
enade bv the cornet band. May their
path through life le ever strewn with
roses, Is the sincere wish of their frieud
From the Oehnco Review. J
Some well-posted persons are of tho
opinion that the line of the O. P. will
be chan giil so as to come tlirougn
Frank Lewis, the champion footraecr
or the l'acine uoiim, accompanied oy
his wife, arrived here from Peruana
last 1 ucsday.
The horsemen on the west side of I)e
schutes will begin sbring ride at Bull
creek on May 5th. All parties having
horses on that rangcaro requested to be
present and take part in the ride.
The following nominations were
made by the Crook county IX-mocrats:
Representative, 1 J ttt pnenson; junge,
J C Summer; clerk, Arthur Hodges;
shcrilt. W A Booth; commissioner, (J
Hnrinsjer: treasurer, 1 wiitte; as
sessor, W A Uero; surveyor, Knox
Huston; school superintendent, C M
Hcdgpelh; coroner, Linn Wood.
Thursday morning Grant Mayi-s ar
rived here bringing the news that
Willam Tarlton had Iteeii found dead
in Current creek canyon iu the south
east part of Wasco count v. some ten
miles from Anteloiie. on Wednesday
afternoon. The cause of his c.eath is
unknown, but he is supposed to have
Ui n thrown from his buckboard while
goiiiff down a steep hill ami killed
He was a partner of Hahn & Fried in
the sheep easiness.
' The boxing match bet wen James
Woods and JettO' Kelly caiiieofl" Wed
nesday evening at the old court house
in i rescue ot a large number of spec
tutors. The fight wasspirib-d from the
first. Woods leading uMn his opponent
from the start, while t) Kelly placed
himself rather on the defensive; but it
was evident that W oods was the best
of the two and. at the end of the eighth
round O Kelly gave up that he was
over-matched" and accorded Woods the
honor f being champion boxer with
soft gloves in Prineville.
LA COM B LACONICS.
A Sunday school was organized here
Our merchant took in sixty den
eggs Sat unlay.
Rev. White, of the Quaker denomi
nation, preached in Laeomb Sunday.
Two young men indulged in a fistic
eneouter at Lacomb last Sunday ev
ening. The Regular Baptist church hold
services iu Lacomb tb-e second Sunday
in each month. This denomination
will bold their association nt this place
on the fourth Friday in June, embrac
ing the fourth Sunday.
A FEW BARGAINS
Offered by Peterson & Wallace,
Real Estate Brokers-
Hang Out Our Banner on
the Outer Wall.
Below you will find a list of a few !
of the manv bargains they have for
sale in city and country property.
City lots from $"0 to $1"0 gtiod terms.
We have a numler of Improved lots,
Including dwelling and business prop
erty, also a good hotel in a line location
can be bought reasonably and on good
terms. Also the following:
No. 15. Price fWWO
200 acres Improved land 41 miles j
from elly. Stock or grain farm.
No. lft. rrlce?3iXKJ
307 acres improved land 1 mile from
city. Good for gardens or for raising
. I ir.i- )- if - j n x n : j
N. 17. rrlee 300O M 011118 S fflaKulllCefll &Uf DS
i i r. .r...in I I " - i j
Hr.UCrlllll1.nnliml..uii.. Caa1 f nn nA It,
3lUb& Ul UUUUa 111
THE CRY IS STILL
2J mll s from city.
No. 4. Price f G00
20 acres improved bottom land J
mile from city; well timWred.
No 12. Prlfe2S0
10 acres 1J miles from city;soil sandy
loam; good for gardens and fruits.
No. 9. rrteetSOOO
1G5 acres well improved laud 8 miles
No. 11. - Frice f (5000
322 acres first-class stock and grain
farm 8 miles from city.
Fjr further particulars concerning
the above or any otiter Information In
regard to Real Estate address
Pkteksox & Wallace,
Such as De Beiges, Foulards,
8wlst Lawns, Blihop and Victoria Trimmings.
Ribbons, Velvats, Plush In Many Shadas,
Buttons, On Thousand Varieties
17f.:! E'ltttnn Sow
Rciuiy. A look
over 'J00 raci", rlv-
ADVERTISING !J!"S :c th to the peeple who deal in
Jiuiuiiuuiiiu ti r than any oilirr j Ibanon lit
In fact even-thing to make a lady's
eves fairly sparkle, lloth the Mam
moth etore and the One Price Cash
Store are the recipiuntaof Immense
Stocks, and Montague proimses to
riilS INTERESTS YOU !
We invite you to come and look through oui Mam
moth Stock of
Groceries, Provisions, Tobacco, Cigars,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamps Etc.
PURE GOODS & FULL WEIGHTS IS OUR MOTTO.
Hides. Furs and all kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for ceods.
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
Chiuiced f.very Week.
Efips 15c per do.
Spring chicken f 4 00 per do.
Old chickens 00 per doz.
Broilers ?3 75 per doz.
Puc ks f S 00 per doz.
fieeae fcif 00 kt doz.
Turkeys 12Jc per lb.
Kideit 10c per lb.
Shoulders 8e per lb
Ham 1 1 e per M.
Butter i5c per lb.
Lard in pails ?1 25 per can.
" " bulk S per lb.
Col. B. F. Allev, a pioneer editor,
has started a paper in the thriving
town of Florence, Lane county's
peaixrt town. If the people of
that section will patronize "The
West " as it deserve?, the Colonel
will reimburse them manv fold.
rnMiculon pver ls.ip.1. It elves ttw iinmr of I
rn.n cwfuittr tuMl-bi1. havinir a rtrrulatioii
m:1n t'l th AmtTti-n XrM!" r IHtvclnry of I
ir.trtv ihiui -.".' iimuM riva tni, w ith tm? ct
tn-r line fr ( v-'ti-lii Iu them. A !Kt if the
(wvt miKTs litrtfl rimilnM.-m. In exvrv ritv n;l
Xotxm of moTv th;i 5. piii1ixtlti with irW
brim- Inch tor nni imn!li. fwlni !l-tsot nmiy,
ttrntiirr. Tillaet' nj iwxrv Hnnrain otfer
ot vnliio tom iil a.lvi'rtiMTt or tho' iM-.lna Ui
r-nieiiJ u.t-i"a-K- wlllia tnill Binmiiit of I
mr-v. y!ww if!'irly "how to Rvt the mt
MTfir'e for iht t:..!i'V." etc.. et iVnt j4 il
tu anr iwlilrv" fr ."VI rent. Ad'IrrM OK. 1'. Ko -tn
j C(i.. !-iiMi!-!hth nn.l tk-m-ral Alvertkinj
Accnu. 10 t-tuf ireet. .r nrx 1t J-.
JfOTH'E FOR PUBLICATION.
Laml Office nt Ort-gon City. Orr-rnn, 1
Aril 9. 1).
MOTP'fi IS HEREBY C1VEN TH AT THE rot.-
IN lowiiur itat,irl wtiVr hrt fik-il notice rf liia
intenilnn to nmke tinal proof In Mip-.wirt rf his!
cluim. nl that iM proof ! U fore ihe
I'.njnty Jutltrc or In 111. ilwmt lM-fore the t'ouuty
MotMUy, June M. IfW.' r!r:
SWAN r-ETKH JOHXSOJf.
HotneMi-atl Ktitrr Soi ftW for the X. 'i of P. E.
an-1 . i of N. f 1. Ti. li S.. R. 1 F
He rmme the foifowtn :'tiv to prove hl
i-oti".! n nons reuli nre upon nmi rtiuiration in mtl
ltti'l, ri: S. F. Simon. . lViU-11. S. ami
j . M. biaions, ail of lxlaiiin. I.inn county. Ore-
ton. i. T. AlTEKyOS. Keir.tr.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land OmcE at Riwrttritn. Oreon, 1
At.ril I lth. 1.. f
XHv Is hcrehv piTti thnt the foll liie nampH
-ttler h.' H!el notice of hi Intention to tn.ke
final iroof in wini-ort of hi rLtltn. nn l that wl'l
pnrf ill be maile Ix-fore the Jmlsv or in
inee l-fore the rlerk of trie fimty conn or l.mn
eottnty. Orern. at Albany, Orewii, ou sa'.urJny,
Miy 31.1, lv. vu:
H.rnieea.l Entrv No. 501. for the X. !i of 9. W.
VaiKl-N. HoTtLE. H.S. 0. Tp. 1IS..K. 1 EM.,
He names the following witness, to prove 111'
eonlitmou rv-i'lenee upon an"l t-ultivittinn of H
Intnl. viz: William Met 'hire. imvt Ilinh. Oliver
Riiell. Peter t 'lkeron. a!l of Saeet Horn. I.lnn
county, OtvROii. CHA.S. W. JOHNTOS.
1 RIC fS
We Guarantee Fair Treatment to All.
W. B. DONACA.
Corner Brick Store, Main Street, Lebanon, Linn County; Or.
NEW STORE and FRESH GOODS!
We have opened a New Store
AT ' .'.
Feebler & Buhl's Old StanD,
And wish to announce to the people ot j '. .
Lebanonon and vicinity that , .
Almost every tveeK some new rail
road echeme for Oregon and Wash
ington comes to light. Nothing de
veloped a country aofast as a complete
net-worK of railroails and we are glad
to see them coming.
Natural gas at a depth of 140 feet
was struck at Astoria last week. The
flame burned to a height of five feet
and it is thought that by boring to a
greater depth a strong Same will be
John F. Oowden, aid to be the old
est Odd Fellow in the country, died at
Ameghnry, Mas., April 20th, aged 82.
He joined the order in Philadelphia
Anyone desiring lodging can le ie
coiiitiKxlatcd by calling on Mr. II. K.
ParrieV, one door north of The Ex
SOME MAN TO TN"TR."T TO LAY FIFTY
or one hnn'trel thou-Hinl Vri'k in libation.
Inquire, at Tn rxt-RRw otiive. t'nlfa you mean
buiiiiexK, do not apply.
ALBANY, .-- OREGON,
Has opened the hirgest and
finst line or suitings ever
brought to Albany. It
im-ludes patterns for fall
dress suits or coats, vests or
fianta separately, ttntl eni-irm-es
smue if the fi!Ht
of imttnrted goinls not seen
here before, ilr. Graham
EMPLOYS SKILLED WORKMEN
GUARANTEES A GOOD FIT,
, As well as tho. best qunlity
of jroods. Those dofii-ing;
something really line
should call and
INSPECT HIS NEW PATTERNS.
in any town in the State of Oregon.
To those wise (?) ones who trot of!
to other than their home town to
purchase cheap John trash, pause
ere it le too late; discard the idea
o buying anvwiiere nut at liome,
and then onl? of Montague, and
you will have your youth renewed,
vour mind in serene content, and
100 cents' worth for your dollar
every tune. lo halts, no chromes,
no steel or wood engravings of
awfullv homelv shoemakers does
Montague delude his cuptomers
with, hut he DOES give them the
choice of tne very best goods from
to largest selection this side of
Portland, at the most moderate
rices for cash or approved country
n who ttttals my puro sU-als tnxh
From tho fact that I have emp
tied it in purchasing tha above-
vamed goods at panic prices, and
also in purchasing the daisiest lot of
DON'T SHIP YOUR OLD STOVE.
You can buy any of the
THEY CARRY A FULL LINE OF
Stone Ulars, also
rCMPS AND PUMP FIXTURES.
Sy- Job Jf'ork done on Short Jfoliee.
WE HAYE COME TO STAY.
Give us your support, for we intend to
stay among you. We have a good and -'
fresh stock of
G R O C E R I E S,
IF YOU WISH A GOOD REVOLVER
S32IAW SMITH & WESSON'S
rm V r
ami the flnlehoh)f ttl
eTxyrtt. In cMtreft S.
8a and 44-HO. SliiKe or
Have Just Received a "Large
Well-Selected Htock of
FROM 8AN FRANCISCO.
My stock eomprirts everythinjr
wua'lly kept in a tirst-clttsH millinery
Ptoie, embracinji only the latent styles
and fashions, and all at prices that
MRS. G. W. RICE.
Ten per cent Interest on Money
-Vlioi You Can Oct It
CALL ON THE
Oregon Land Company
xmI, ram till;
G. ED. HARDY
Ha on hand large dock of
Canned Goods of all Kinds, Confections, ,
Grass Seeds and Wall Paper. ;
TOBACCO & CIGARS, CROCKERY, ETC., ETC., '
In fa.ct, everything that can
te foiand in a. first-class
rioulUe action. Ffifijr Ham
mcrki &nn i arm mocei
tt,r HmkmHiixliin mid fttiwk. T3nii aknl for
fin I Mb. dnrabiHtT mhI arrartCT. Do
ti' be dewtvtfU hj ehmp wuxlLexbi irr-n imitatim
often moUX for I he (rrnutnw artrU. Thry nw
Ilttbie and 0RnKwtu. Th Smith ft wwumi lo
M.rsKS Are stnmiMl upon the tiarrls with flrna's
liAme, aditreaA and tint- cf patenta, and are f ar
ttiitrrd perfect. InfHtnpon taxing Ihem, tuid If
your dler enrmot Mipplv yfni, an order aent to al
(lrvM below will rpcnlvprniptateutln. Itaacrlir
tiva oautiofpte and priupn appllcatWo.
toMITU At WK8HOJI,
he Celebrated French Cure,
U'nrrn led i
la Koi r o? a
la pure any
fcirni n mrimi
liMit..0. rir any
iliMorikT if tlio
Kaioi of ithir
upv wlii'Mmr nr-
liiV I th
of Mimnlanta. I ! or iiplnin.
y:ii uriti iiiiiiun-riiiii. vnr lii'lulic-
hit, Ac, nu h an I.Mo( tUiiiii -iwor. Wuk.-fnl-
lie, HfnriuK 1itii I'ain in tlie MiH'k, .siniiiMl
piikntw-i, II) Tln Norroii I'nwlrntion NoctHrn
al KinissioiKi. krMprrrlira. I'iTKincm. Wcnk Mimu
oT,lif rnwrr and lnntticy. which l-f up.
riHUl oftiMi lon-1 to itrfnttnturpnl'il nirpnii't Itinnii.
rrv. rrirc I.Od n Uok. 6 boxes for i.uo tcut by
mail o r"-ii,t ot rii't?
A W KITTKN i i A Ft . XTr.K fnrorcrr tl 00
orilor, to rrrnml tho money i( a I kiiiik ut
ritrp s ni c-rtr.l. TtMiKnn.1 . toKtini nl
Iroui nl1 ami ywnne. of both wxw, vrrnianviitn
nmul I"- AniioiiTift. ''Inlar frw. iHrfv
THE APHRO MEDIOrTME CO.
BOX 27 I'OKTI.ANS, OR
Hold hy 3. A.Miller,
Hole uVrc?it fr Xobnnon, Or.
rv and cheese factory f kilt front, trimmed with lustrous jet!
former r -. -l-n a I beads, wit h btxl tx of the Mmii material ; A 0Vi1-i t
. iaimcr,to nuke a and 'trinjlljill!r. Thc litm wc-rv ' ASH l)
iter, i' Cal-j trmimcd witli oreaiu-olored piiipim' j
tu bt'iiiir made of tlie same
KOMI) ool.ll Minting cava.
Both ladi' d fent's iIim,
wUh wmrlu nnd r . . . uf
otMl value. OKI riRMVIn
each VwalHr van Lure ooa
frao. tofM'thar with oar lanra
vauumie unevc nvmeam .1
.... TM. MWIIM .. w.ll
TtiIr,h urk . ar fk-ev. All ihe work to
I ne4 do la to ahow what we aend you to thoae who rail your
I frirnd. and .eirhbora and th i.ba yo.-lhatalway.re.Mlla
' tn ..i...t.i..nri..n. whi., liokl. I,iryeara when mice ataned.
and thua ma are retakl. We pay all eprea. fmpht, etc. A flee
yon know all, tf you would like to (pn to wurh r ua. yoa caa
aarn Km to SMI per week and npwanla. Addreaa,
Kttnjoa 4c Co., ItuxSI, rarUuml, Mavtuo.
Talk about other brands of shoes
than the magnificent line kept by
Montague. Shoo, Uy, don't bother
me; thero is room enou,h in the
world, for thee and me. We can
FIT anyone, and when Montague
Fays FIT he means it, and he is not
roinR to send you out of his palatial
HtoreH with those aloniinabIe monsters
ia leather which you may popaiblv
find in other establishments not a
thousand miles from our grand era
jiorium, and which makes your feet
look as though you were a new arrival
from Chicago. No, do not make any
mistake when you want GOOD Boots
or 8h)CB for mother, wife or sinter,
the grandmother to the baby, the
grandfather to the last new boy, but
be sure to call on Montague and se
cure what you may require in that
line. Every pair fully warranted.
How as to Clething.
When tho puree was emptied, ns
alove succinctly set forth, Montague
was eoNinclled to inen another bar'l
fr the purpose of securing to our cus
tomers the latest novelties iu line suits
as w 11 as those adapted to evcry-day
wear. We are now opening up our
elegant designs in Oregon City Cloth
ing, California Cassimere Clothing,
Men's Clothing, YoutU's Clothing,
Boys' Clothing, all Imported Goods,
elegant-fitting garments, at scandal
ously low prices.
M'ontairuc has had over forty years
experience in selling goods, twenty of
wnicn were spwnt among you rigni
here in Ijehnnun, and he now proposes
to spend the evening of his life In giv
ing to one and all such prices as the
Boss Granger of Linn county never
dreamed of. Make Montague know
you are going to pay cash down and
no grumbling (the chronic grumblur Is
a despicable creature), and he will
make prices to you all right.
MONEY ONCE MORE.
The people who promised to pay up
by the 1st of last January and faikd to
connect may find their accounts where
It will not please tnem. JMontaguo
does not propose to waste valuable
time in hu. ting up these delinquents.
but will send the most forcible collec
tor he can employ to wile the dollars
due me from these - much-promising
and never-performing gentlemen.
CHAS. B. MONTAGUE.
A LARGE STOCK OF
Call And Secure Prices.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY'S
The Mt. Shasta Route.
Tlsa Between Albany and Saa Fran
cisco, 35 Honrs.
California Cxprass Train Run Dally
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND
Druggists & Apothecaries,
Pure Drugs and Medicines,
Pnints, Oils and Glneis.
Fine Perfumery,Bnishes & Combs
CIGARS AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Main Street, Lebanon, Oregon.
4 VO r. M....I-T ....I'ortlaiKl .. Ar.10:46 A. M.
1 r. M....L.T..... AitnuiT i.T t:4o a. m.
V a. M....Ar San Krancio....L.Y... 70 p. a.
Local Panrer Trains OaHy (exeapt 8unday)
8 00 a. M....I.T Portland Ar... 8:45 r. u.
11A0 r. M....LT AUmut Lt.11-.35 a. .
2:0P. M....Ar... Kugfiie t Lt. 9K0 a. .
Local Pasaanger Trains Dally (axcapt Sundav)
K : A)P. M I.
W p. ....Ar......
1 P. M....I.T
: sr. p. M..Ar
7. :! A. M....LV
8. 2 A. M ....Ar
Ar :30 A. M.
LT. 6:4o a. M.
,...AT. 95 A. M.
IT. 8:49 A. M.
Ar... 4.2 P. u.
.wLt. 8.40 P. M.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOURIST BLEEPING CARS,
For aecMrtnmodatirtn of Seeond-Claas
l'urengerai, Attaehed to
Tha 8. P. t'o'i Ferry make connection wit
all the rcpulnr tinim on tile aat bkle liv. from
foot of F itrwl, Portland.
West Side Dlvlelen.
PORTLAND and C0RVAI.L1S
IT LOOKS JUST LIKE HER,
Only It Flatters Her.
Don't You Think So?
Such Is the Comment on Photo
graphs Taken by Wilcox. -
Don't be afraid of breaking the glM3,
fer Wilcox testa all instruments'
on himself, so he knows they
will stand anybody.
We Guarantee Satisfaction to Each
and Every One.
Gallery on Main Street.
GEO. I. WILCOX.
Mall Train Oally (Except 8undayj.
7 :ma. m Lv..
l'2:2ftp. tn Ar..
..ArH:20 p. in.
,.Lt1:30 p. m.
At Alhnny and r.rvnllls connect with trains ot
Oregon I'aeuic Itnllroad.
Express TralM Dally (Except 8unday.
4 p. in.
8:00 p. m.
To AU Points
SOUTH AHD EAST YIA CALIFORNIA.
WFor full Information repardinff rates, naps.
eic, can mi company a agent at Albany.
K. KOKHLER. K. P. ROGERS,
Manucer Awt. G. F. t Pass. Agent.
WESTWOOD POULTRY YARD!
J. P. HUFFMAN. Prop.
nreeder and (shipper of thoronRh
red Partridge, White and Bntl"
VH'hins, Liicnt and Dnrk Brah
iok. Ijiinjshans. rone and iii;l
ml hrown Lechorns. Iwed
W vandot te.,Plvmout h Koeks and
i Silver f ixiiurled Hnuiburgs. .
. .Send for circulars.
All parties contemplating building, or desiring lumber for
any other purpose whatever would do well to call on
HUMPHREY & TAYLOR,
At his lumber 3rard at this place or at th sawmill.
"We have on hand a first-class stock of .
Rough and Clear Lumber.
Bills of all kinds filled on short noticeX
. Give me a call
Before Purchasing Elsewhere,
Humphrey & 'aylor.