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Lebanon L- -jtcss.
A. jACiC ADAMS, OKO. L. A LEX ANDKR.
ADAMS & ALEXANDER,
Pur.LsiiEna and Phopkietoks.
Many people' who would scorn to
tell a lie are yet not above shntns
of various kinds. They forget that
one may avt a lie as well as tell one.
Absolute truthfulness and sincerity
in all declines are lust as much
moral obligations as the bold and
uncompromising "yes" or "no" in
answer to a straightforward ques
tion. To put on the appearance of
having what one has not, bears the
same relation to an untruth as a
State of continual bad temper does
to murder. The degrees of guilt
may vary, but the type of sin is
There are shams of all sorts.
The least reprehensible arc those
connected with dress; the niot
foolish are those prompted by so
cial ambition. Pretentiousness is
the chief characteristic of snol -bishness.
There are whole regi
mentfs of people who, without u'
teriug downright falsehoods, try to
give to others a false idea of their
social status. They speak of per
sons with whom they are barely
acquainted, in terms of affectionate
and friendly interest. It is a mel
ancholy fact that very many pet
pH itiv ' v - : il distinc-
tic:i, and in this respect women are
the worst offenders. Men see more
clearly what is their rightful level,
and the sterner realities of their
lives lifts them above such petti
ness. It is only thoe young men
w ho have no profession and a small
Independence, who devote tlair
misplaced energy to social advan; e
auent. Such men are far wor e
thaa the veriest snobs that ever
Another contemptible affectation
is that of wealth. There is no dis
grace in poverty provided it is in
dependent. And yet not only do
some poor people pretend to be less
poor than they are, but even rith
ones pretend to be more liberal ly
endowed with" this world's goods
they are in reality, and would have
it believed that their gold is un
limited.. Along with sham wealth
Ve have sham povertv. The latter
ris either a cloak of avarice or else
It is adopted in pursuit of the fash
ion. Sham poverty is also the fre
quently adopted device of greedy
people, ais.nv ot those who are
always erving poverty would be
quite comfortable if they would
live according to their means, but
they would rather sponge on their
Tich friends than cut their coats
-according to their cloth.
Another sh am is that of aristo
cratic antecedents. Sham virtue,
rfiam religion, sham charitv, sham
foolishness deserve to be denounced
in unmitigated terms. Why should
there be any ehams or false pre
tences? Society would be purer
.and nanpier without them. Could
there be a revolution in favor of
pinceritv and truthfulness in all
"things, there would be fewer heart
burnings, fewer pricks of can-
science, ana no sname at uetection.
instead of these we should gain in
proper pride and independence, and
in increased trust and confidence
toward our fellow-creatures.
"When we were a boy, father
owned a cow which it was four.d
necessary, after a few weeks of full
feeding, to cumber with a compli
cated piece of neck furniture, to
forbid her filching surreptitiously
what properly belonged to the pail.
Self-milkers are not profitable. Wc
Lave faith in the doctrine of rota
tion and the quick reconversion of
farm products into the elements of
new growth, but here was a case
of reconversion so rapid as to be
fatal to all the laws of economy.
It suggested nothing so strongly as
that rapid issue of government
money, which nads immediate ab
sorption among governmental of
ficials, pensioned corns and car
bunclcs which feed upon a nation's
bounty. Does the government
really milk itself? and can no pre
ventive be found in the way of
neck machinery or other? No one
honors our old soldiers more than
we, and far be it from us to detract
one iota from their gallantry or
aDate one dollar trom pensions
justly earned, but the line must be
arawn somewnere or else our gov
ernment will ere long become a
Belf-milker. Widows, made such
by the civil war, deserve a pension,
and so likewise do those who were
torn by 6hot and shell, as well as
scores of others who from disease
contracted, or other disability, are
incapacitated for obtaining a live
lihood. By all means pension. the
deserving ones, but be careful to
discriminate between honest battle
scars, and corns made by tight
boots twenty-five vcars after the
smoke of battle had cleared away
The school law in Wisconsin re
(pairing children of a certain age to
acquire an elementary English ed
ucation is a good one and should be
adopted y very state in the U nion.
The law does not prohibit the in
struction of children in their verna
cular. This the parents are allowed
to do,but it contemplates imparting
to every child a knowledge of the lan
guage in which the business of the
eountrj- is transacted. English is the
recognized language of this country.
The Czar of Russia presides over a
pedple who speak one hundred and
twenty different languages, and
should the president of the United
States be compelled to interpret a
like number of tongues, he would
have but little time to devote to the
tariff question and the other knotty
problems which are thrust upon
him from time to time would not
be unraveled this side of eternity.
!?ubs?crihe fox theJExPKSss.
COMMUNICATION NO. 8.
Kmtor Lkbakok Express;
I wish in this communication to
call tlit attention of your numerous
intelligent and thoughtful readers to
the moral side, of this question, ami
show the incompatibility of toltaceo
using with our holy religion.
In the first place it may lie neces
sary to define what we understand a
Christian to he according to the
teachings of Jesus and the apostles
According to Christ a Christian is one
who loves God with all hi heart and
hi neighlior as himself, itnri accord
ing to Paul, one who has been trans
lated from the kingdom of darkness
into the kingdom of God's dear son,
one who has the love of God shed
abroad in his heart bv the Holv
Ghost which is given unto him. one
who is made free from sin and lias
fruit unto holiness in order that the
end may be everlasting life. A Chris
tian is one who is consecrated to God,
body, soul and spirit for time and foi
eternity, one who lives for the glory
of God and the good of his fellow-
travelers to the judgment seat of
Christ, and who expects to give an
account tor the deeds done m the
body, who regards his time amf tal
ents of every kind and character as
belonging to the Lord, according to
Paul, "For ye are not vour own. ve are
bought with tt price. Tl ere re glo-
ri y Ood in your bodies mnd spirits.
which are bis. Lot no unclean thirg
have dominion over von. Whether
you cat or drink, or whatsoever you
do, do all to- the glory of God." "Ye
are the light of the world. Let vour
light so shine that others, seeing your
good works, may be constrained to
gh-ri y your father who is in heaven "
According to these definitions of a
Cbristiui.be should be a pattern of
1 'hat is excellent and noble and
pore among men. He should be an
example for others t follow. He
He should be able to say to otfeers
follow me as I follow Christ. A
Christian should be the best possible
tyje of a human being in all his
essential characteristics, physical, in
tellectual and moral. It should be
ids highest ambition to attain to that
state of perfection that will enable
nim toise higher and higher in the
scale of moral excellence that assimi
lates lam in nature to angels and
?n stamps upon him the image of his
If these are facts which none can
ieny, and which everv child of God
must adn.it, then the facts which I
uave snown in tornier communica-
ions on the subject of tobacco ren
iers it, aosoiuieiy - impossible tor a
man to lie a Christian and use to
bacco, except as other poisons, mt-
I have shown in former communi
cations, I think, the following facts,
viz : l iiat tobacco is one of the mst
virulent poisons in nature: that it
habitual use impairs health, shortens
"life and superinduces a long train of
physical maladies; that it is filthy
and disgusting m its nature and
character; that it is a lad example to
set oerore tue young and -rising gen
wraiion; a learnu wasie ot rnonev,
costing the people of this nation rnon
than one thousand million of dollars
annually, while there are thousands of
people in our own land and nation in
absolute want and poverty, which this
money mat is worse than wasted for
tobacco would more than satisfy, aud
lurnisn inousana or widows and or
phaus that are suffering for the neces
saries and comforts of life with bread
and to spore, and could be soappropri-
meu as to maKe in- assert blossom a.
the ros, and yet this vast amount of
money is squandered and worse than
thrown away for the gratification of a
vitiated appetite, which no person has
till he has overcome the terrible resist
ance which nature makes to expel this
poison from the system.
If these things are so, can a Chris
tian pursue a course which he knows
is injuring himself, destroying his own
life, bringing on premature decay, set
ting a bad example for the rising gen
eration, and using money for this vile
habit that God has given him for a
good and noble purpose, even toglorify
Him and do good to his feliow Uiugs.
What answer will that man be able to
give w hen called to an acoount for hi?
stewardship who has thus wasted his
Lord's money, deprived his family of
many of the comforts, convenience
and necessaries of life, rendering him
self odious and disgusting to all with
whom he associates. I$y his "Example
be invites all around him to invest a
portion of his means in tobacco. He
He says t. them by his actions, which
speak louder than ".words, buy a pipe,
get a good quantity of the weed and
spend a portion of your precious time
in purling away at the pipe or in chew
ing up and spitting out this disgusting
compound of poison and nastiuess.
Let it run dow n on your leard and
shirt bosom and squirt the juice around
on your wife's carpet and andirons and
on the stove and . floor. The.se are but
a small portion of the evils that flow
from the use of tolweco.
Can a man that loves God and his
fvilowman indulge in this horrible and
disgusting practice, w hen he mcvs hie
own family and his fellow-beings
around him In want and poverty and
the cause of God languishing for the
means to carrj' it forward? Can a
Christian delilierately persist in this
vile habit and worse than throw away
his Lord's money. One reason why
the wheels of Zion are clogged and
sinners are not converted to God is on
the account of this vile habit among
church members. What a reproach to
the cause of the Redeemer to think
that men who profess to love him and
whom he commands to keep them
selves pure aud to let no unclean thing
have dominion over them, and whose
bodies should be a fit temple for the
Holy Ghost to dwell in, should be pol
luted by the poisonous and reeking
fumes of tobacco. A Christian should
I a pattern of all that is pure and
noble and praiseworthy among men.
He should re foremost in every good
word and work. He should be free
from even the appearnnce of evil, and
so live that when he is called to give
an acoount of how he has spent his
money, he may not be worse than the
man who had kept it laid up in a nap
kin, and had spent it for the gratifica
tion a vitiated and unnatural appe
tite that makes him more animal and
less intellectual and moral in bis na
Finally, after taking a careful survey
of this question in all its bearings, we
are forced to the following conclusions:
First, that no man can be a Christian
and use tobacco except as other poisons
rutdicimilly; second, that no man can
be the best type of an American citi
zen and use tobaeeo; third, that it is a
filthy, disgusting and expensive habit
having a tendency to deteriorate and
finally destroy the race; fourth, Con
gress should pass a law to prevent its
manufacture, importation and sale. All
of.whieh is respectfully submitted.
A Word to Ladies.
Ladies who desire a beautiful clear
skin, free from pimples, boils, blotches
and other eruptions, should commence
at once to' use Dr. Gumi's Improved
Liver Pills. They will also remove
that heavy look about your eyes and
ini.ke theiu bright, and will cure head
ache from whatever cause it arises.
Remember, you are only required to
take one small pill at bed time, which
is coated with pure sugar, and will not
gripe or produce any unpleasant
sensation. Sold at 23 ients by M. A. i
LOUNGES OP ALL. KINDS,
Chain of Every Description and De-
4 r . X-VJ1.-X vy
Picture Frames, Mouldings, Bric-a-Brac
of Every Description,
In Fact Everything Belonging to th Trad
at Price that Defy Competition.
- Churcklll fc MontcItVs Old Stand.
THE CRY OF MILLIONS!
OH. 7HIY BACKl
STOP IT NOW,
OON IT WIILBt TOO LATK.
1 hiTt been troubled mT vean with
dUeK of the kidneys ana nave tried
aur different remedies and kave
ought aid from different physiciana
without relleC Abont the 15th al April
I wu suffering from a very violent
attack that almost prostrated me In
such a manner that I was bent over.
When I sat down It was slmoet Impossible for me
to get np alone, or to put on my clothes, when
kind Providence sent Dr. Henley, with the
ORECOM KJDNBY TEA, to my
hotel. I immediately commenced
sing the tea. It bad an almost
miraculous effect, and to the aston
ishment of all the gut t the hotel.
in a few days,! am sappy to stste,
that I was a new man. I wu
recommend the tea to all afflict
as I have been.
O. A- TVI'PER,
Proprietor Occidental Hotel,
aanta nou. cai.
NO MORE BACKACHE!
Bhenmatisin, 'eara!gia, Corns
HEADACHE. And ALL PAIN.
Ta California Positive ai W'gativa
ELECTRIC COUGH CURE
CUIUS COLDS. CXO'JP, C0XSUM10H.
BsUlvnUDrggit4. Each 35b, BOo &
Or linger & Co , Prop's. Los Angelas, Cal,
UKAItD St HOLT,
Agents for Lebanon, Or.
Eureka Heat Market,
L. M. WHEELER, Pro'p.
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sau
sage. A share of the public patrOncge so
licited. THE CHURCHES.
PKEPBYTERIAN' CHURCH A. Maroelln. pa
for. Services every Sal.balh at 11 A. M. and . JT
V. M. Sabbath svhool at 10 A. M. Prayer meet
ing Vedaesiay evening at 7:30 o'clock. All wel
CVMPF.RI.AXT PRESBYTERIAX CHfRCH
N. I- New. ptor. Service the ?etnd anr
fourth rialta?lis of ench month, morning and
evening. Sunday school every fcabbrtth at 10 x. u
O. E. HARDY
Has on hand a large'stock of
Call And Secure Prices.
Omaha, Kansas City, Chicago,
ST PAUL, ST. LOUIS.
AND ALL POINTS
East, North $P South,
UNION TICKET OFFICE,
CO. RAWLINCS, Agent,
At.bany, : : Okegox.
Cut this nt. and when yon visit Portland dur
ing th Exposition, call on Towne, the Photog
rapher, and receive the following extraordinary
All iKirsnn presenting these flips will be given
one dozen of my best style cabinet photos and
one extra for framing, for $l.r0. My regular price
for the same work to those not holding these slips
is Sfi.00 per dozen and 33.00 for extra picture.
Thin is an extraordinary offer, and the probability
of doing enough extra work to make It pay
prompts the inducement.
Call and see onr work, it speaks for itself. This
holds good until Kovember-lst. Very truly yours,
B. C. TOWN E.
Studio cor. First and Morrison Streets.
TAKE VOUR BABIES TO TOWNE.
a.?:" rfrrr -vcr -
-IS AS fSUAI
IN THE LEAD
An Immense Stock of
Bought for Cash at remarka
bly low figures. Close buyers
who expect to pay cash for
their goods are respectfully
invited to examine the large
stocks kept at the s
One-Price Cash Stores
No trouble to show goods,
And if vou wish to buy we
know that Montague's is the
We offer you full lines of
Men's, Youth's and Boys'
Clothing at prices that simplv
defy competition. We havi
now in stock
Oregon Cit' Manufactured Cloth-
Levy & Straus' Manufactured
Fine Cassimere Clothing;
Fine Imiorted Worsted Clothing,
Fine Spring-Bottom Pants;
Ien'8, Youth's, Boys' and Chil
Jren'a sizes. '
These can le had at Montague's
To the Ladies !
The ladies of Lebanon and vicin
Uy extre?s themselves as verj
much pleased with Montague's fhu
tines of Fall and Winter Dres
Hoods which he has just purchase!
from one of the leading importing
houses of the United States, Mon
tague's stock is unsurpassed this
ide of Portland. The ladies art
respectful invited to cxamint
Hosiery,! Corsets and La
Full lines in all these branchei
of the Dry Uok1s trade, and w
cm offer you good value for yom
noney. Should you need GLOVEi
ve have everything desirable ant
.tylish in Silk, Lisle Thread am
Ootton. Remember Montague'
nottois "One hundred cents' wertl
:or a dollar every time."
Boots and Shoes.
Kaeta nnd every pnir of Hoots and
shoes In the two large establishment
iwned h.v Montague are manufactured
'xpresaly for him. Every pair fully
warrauted. These poods we do tint
import from Missouri, as has been al
leged by would-be competitors, but an
:ii;ule up from the very bent stock b
white labor euu loyeif by Buekinghniii
I lech t and Cahn, Niekelaburg & Co.
When you want anything ueut and
serviceable at bed-rook prices, with r
full iruaratitee on every pair, yon wih
wsuredl v buy your foot-wear of MON
TAGUli, Hats and Caps.
No man, youth, boy or child can be
considered well dressed if their cranium
is surmounted by a "shocking: bad
hat." In order t 8et our numerous
customers right in thix regard. Monta
gue has laid in for the fall ana winter
trade an immense stock of Hats and
Caps. These goods were bought direct
from the manufacturers ana at very
low figures. Take a look through them,
and when you do want to buy, as a
matter of course you will buy. your
head-gear only of Montague.
Men's Furnishing Goods !
As underwear for the masculineBender
is usually called, is an essential" article
for the comfort and good health of
mankind in this humid climate. Mou
tague's utock of
Fine Shirts Lion Drand; -
Fine Shirts Standard Drand;
Fine Shirts Neglige;
Fiue Shirts In Cnosimerc;
Fine Shirts in every style;
Undershirts and Drawers An end
less variety in all weights, shades and
We sell hugeous quantities of these
goods, and invite your attention to the
new grades and new prices. IJe wise,
buy your Underwear of Montague.
Natural ?s. Artificial Gas.
No, there is no joke about the natu
ral gas being found in Iebanon. The
gas is a fact; nor is it, as some imag
ined, the outcome of windy advertise
ments in the "Lebanon Express."
Always buy your goods of Montague
and get full value for your money.
TO THOSE WHO OWE ME M05EY.
Montague has waited long enough
for what you owe him. Pay up NOW.
Not next week, or next month, or next
Christmas, but NOW. I can use it to
advantage, need it in my business, and
you will confer a very great favor on
yourself, and Montague by payiug
right up without furtner solicitation.
W. O. PETERSON. 3. O WALLACE.
PETERSON & WALLACE,
Real Estate Brokers,
DO A GESERAL AGENCY BUSINESS,
Including Tire and Life Insurance.
-HAVE ONT HAND SOMI
In Both City Property and
Collections Attended to
I-OJCDON & LIVERPOOL A GLOBE 1SSCR
GUARDIAN ASSI RASCE CO.. of London.
OAKLAND HOME INSCRACE CO., of Oakland,
STATE INSURANCE CO.. of SaVm. Orpyon.
FARMERS" 4 MERCHANTS' INSURANCE CO.,
GOLDEN RDLE BAZAAR.
Don't Go to Portland
Gradwohl, of Albany,
ro Be Found in the propolis.
He Sweeps the Valley of
'n Cnx-kfi-r. Fancy Gonda. Tor. Roer Bros.'
SUyrmare. Fn-nrli Cbina and ;i-aiv,
Uovs" Watjom. Doll earring s, Etc.
fhe GoMen Rule BRnaar irakc aijur'altT of the
Finest Tras. 'tirtci-s and Bkln IVnr.fcr.
errrr la'kim of hk-h l uiauufac
tunyi for and bear the name
of tiolJvn Rule Da: Air.
f f wmy ipai f"T aaya ha tiM thm TV. T Vmumtm
Uioea witkent ninie and pric ataoiamlcNa
tx bottom, pat blm down mm m bnl.
VV. L. DOUGLAS
Beat In the world.
.LOO (1EM ISE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
.WI llA.IU-SEnLU WMT SHOK.
3.SO rOI.K K ANU FARMERS' SHOE,
li.SO KXTRA TAI.VE CALF hHOK.
mt.B WOK KINU MAN'S SHOE.
.0O and 1.73 HOYS' SCHOOL SHOES
All luada in tonrrvts, Buttun and Laae.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE lafu,"E8.
Beat Material. Beat Brrle. Beat Fitting
U mol aold br Tour dealer, write
W. 1- LMJUGLA8. 1IBOCKTOX, MASH
For sale C. C. Hackleman,
THE ONLY TRUE
WU1 Tmiff th BMi rNnjUU th
Tipwvr HNiu mm iMik. UysiMiPBia
Want o( Apptit, IndtueNtinii,
AjB ok ot mi rnt b ana 1 1 rHl
1 el lng tiMtaM; nrvc Hoiim,
mnKiM ana nenM rc m
naw Toraa. Kuitvns Mtod
, and suppllea Brain Powvr,
Sutler in k from complaint
k B I CTSk? bacnliar to thniriMx will HnH
I tU in UR. BABTIR'B IRON
TONIC a Mfa and aoelr " Oirwi a clear, hrn.
thyeomplnxion. Frequent attamptw at counterfeit
in only add to tha popularity of the oriinl.
Io not fxiirimntHPt Ih ORIGINAL mm BEST.
MOT. HARTER'8 LITTLE LIVER PILL8V
a Cure OonUetion, Liver Complaint and Sickl
I Heartache, Hnmple 1om and lrenk Boo
mailed on receipt of two centn In poetaue, y
Dr. HARTER MEDICINE CO., StaLouis, Mo.
125,000 Brick: :
At my yard in the suburbs ol Lebanon
For Sale at Reasonable Rates.
All Kinds of
MASON -WORK DONE
AVith Neatness and Despatch.
m-, -wwii'i'i.t -til? '
To Make Itoom for My
Spring and Snmmer Stock
, DRY GOODS,
FURHISH1HG GOODS, AND KOTIOKs,
I WILL CLOSF OUT MY
Entire Stock of
Boots & Shoes
AT OO ST.
Now is the TIm to
SECURE REAL BARGAINS.
I Propose to Have
Leading Dry Goods Store
In the Valley.
W. K. READ,
DOXT SHIP YOUR OLD STOVE.
You can buy any of the
THEY CARHY A FULL LINE OF
Stone Ware, also
PUMPS AND PUMP FIXTURES.
8Sy -fob 1'ork done on Short Notice.
The Yaquina Route.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
Oregon DeYelopmentCo'sSteamstp Line
225 Mllca 8hortart 20 Hoars Less Time!
Than by any other Route.
FIR8T-OI.AS8 THROUGH PASSENGER AND
From Portland and all points in the Willamette
Valley to and from San Francisco, CaL
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIME SCHEDULE (Except PumlaysJ
I.T Yaiilii- im A Jl
L -orra!lis10.3S A M
Ar Albany 111H A M
I. Albanv 1;i P it
LvCwvallis liU P M
Ar Yaquiiia 4:35 P M
O. A C. tiain connect at Albany and Corralli.
The alwTe tiains eonnect at Yaauina with the
()riprin Ik-veiortnent Company's line of Steam-
snips oeiween laquma auu san r rant-lsco.
Thi corannny ee-re the risht to change sail
n; aaien wunuui uotK.
Reme raber the Orppon Pacific Popular Summer
r-xciirsiffi. law Kaie 1 tt'Keis are now on saie
!ra all Valley Puiuta to Yaquina and return.
WM. M. ITOAa.
C. C. H'KJUE. tieneral Manager.
Acting O. F. P. Agent. CorTallLs Or.
Oregonian Railroad Co.
General Offices Corner Front nnd F
I g I 3 STATIONS. M l" 1 g
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I.V. LT. AR. I AR.
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biM um ... 1 urllMUU &S I' lo 4 i0 V S5
7 4fl ! 3ft Woodburn 1 40 7 50
8 50 11 va s-ilrerion . 12 06 6 45
1 43 .Wesi feeio.... 58
S 55 ,Tnlfmi n 8 f 4
ft 7 Brownsville 7 4
6 50 .Colmrg i 10
Portlands W V .
Tirkets for West Side stations for sale at toot of
Jefferson street. Tickets for East Siile stations for
a!e at I'nion depot, corner Fifth ami I streets.
Passengers from Lebanon for tcio and other
points north of Tallniait Houthem Pacific cross
tiiB), cmi connect at Tnllmau at g:54 A. M., and
for Itrownsvi'lc and points south of Tallm&n, con
nect there at 8:55 P. M.
CHA3. N. SCOTT.
Gen. Supt. & Gen. F. & Pass. Agent.
NEW HARNESS SHOP
J. C. FREY & SON,
Harness, Saddles, Collars,
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
GIVE US A CALL.
At Peterson & Wallace's Old Stand.
TAKEN VP BY THE UNDERSIGNED ON
or about September 15, 1890, on my farm six
miles eat of Lebanon, one white cow with roan
spots on the neck and shoulders, both ears
cropped, no brands. Cow supposed to be eight
years old. Owner will please call and pay
charges, otherwise the animal will be sold.
F. P. BODWELL.
CAME TO THE PLACE OF THE UNBER
slgned, six miles west of Lebanon, on or
about September 1st, one bay horse S years old,
white bine feet, star in forehead, snip nose, short
mane, 110 brand. Owner will please call, get an
imal and j ay charges, W. L. MOOKE.
SANTAM :-; ACADEMY.
FALL TKUM BEGINS SEPT. ISth.
Latin, Greek, IVtattierriatics, Science
and History Taught.
ALSO BOOK-KEEPING AND COMMON BRANCHES. .
TERMS 50 to 75 cents per week.
WHEN "VISITIIVG- IBJISY,
Also an Elegant Stock of
ing Department with
S. F BACH'S
New Corner Store
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IS IN THE BUSINESS CENTER STILL.
The public school house on the south,
The paper mill on the north,
The big planer on the east,
And the depot on the west,
Makes the Comer Store the Hub
OK CENTER OP GRATITY.
IT IS A NEW STORE 1
CARRYING NEW GOODS.
GIYES TO ALL ITS PATRONS NEW DEALS
Keep a full line of Men's and Boys' Clothing of Browns
ville manufacture, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Groceries and
Provisions; in fact everything necessary to keep soul and
Nobody complains of Bach's goods or quarrels with his
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS,
Men's, Youth's and Boy's Clothing'
Furnishing Goods, Etc.
Also Keep on Second floor a full line of
Boots & Shoes,
In which I will not be undersold. Come and see me and
I will treat you well.
ALBANY, - - . . OREGON.
RED FRONT STORE.
Groceries, Olotliing-, Boots and
Shoes, Etc., Etc. ?
Buy a can of PRIDE OF LEBANON BAKING POW
DER and draw a nice piece of decorated Crockery or Glass
ware. An elegant Rolled-Plate Watch to be given away,
' 'free, gratis for nothing" to purchasers of this celebrated.
Our goods are reliable; our prices just.
We will use you well; but cannot trust.
Goods delivered promptly to all parts of the city.
Remember the little Red Front Grocery. We solicit your
JOHN C REED, Prop.
D. TOR BET, A. M
Principal, Lebanon, Or.
TO SEE THE V
Cloths in Merchant . Tailor