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A. J.U'S. ADAJIS, OHO. 1,. ALH.VAXPKR.
ADAMS & ALEXANDER,
PVJSLSHKRS AXU PNOPRIKTOKS.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Tin . . months
... 1 00
Amusements in moderation are
TSiolesomc, and to be commended;
but amusements in excess vitiate
the whole nature, and is a thing to
be guarded against. Not long since
a friend said to us that he had been
completely surfeited with amuse
ment and that he could no-longer
find enjoyment in anything of that
nature. Nothing can be more hurt
ful to a youth than to have his soul
sodden with pleasure. The best
qualities of mind are thus frittered
away; common enjoyments become
tasteless; his appetite for the high
est kind of pleasure is satiated and
exhausted; and when he comes to
face the work and the duties tof life,
the result is often only aversion and
disgust. Fast men soon waste and
exhaust the powers f life, and dry
p the very sources of true happi
ness. They have forestalled their
spring, and can produce no healthy
growth of either character or intel
lect. A child without simplicity, a
maiden without innocence, a boy1
without truthfulness, are not more
piteous si- hts than the man who
has wasted and thrown awav his
youth in pleasure. It is amongst
uch persons especially, . whose
youth hag been sullied by prema
ture enjoyments, that we find that
prevalence of skepticism, sneering
and egotism, which prove a soured
nature. Having abused the sources
of lif, and thrown away their
youth, they are tempted in their
despair to throw their manhood
after it. Injury of this kind, in
ilicted on the character, is most
lifficult to be repaired," for the
3 labits formed in youth bind the
a nan as in chains of adamant.
"What are called wild oats, very
often prove tares in the reapinsr.
louthful indiscretions are charged
to manhood's account, and then
comes a day of reckoning, and you
are not released until you pay the
uttermost farthing. But the worst
of these indiscretions is, not that
they destroy health, so much as
3 hat they sully manhood. The
Iissipated youth becomes a tainted
ffiiian; and often he cannot be pure,
evert if he would. If cure there
be, it i3 only to be found in inocu
lating the "mind with a fervent
spirit of duty, and in energetic
application to useful work. There
is something in the world better
than sensual enjoyment, better
than fortune, better than health
Itself, and we need not insult your
common sense bv naming it. '
To get rid of evils is not to hack
at them, but to choke them out.
To kill weeds, sow wheat. Argu
ments and proofs have little effect
an stemming vice and promoting
rood unless they go to the very
lieart and core by tearing out the
cause. Morality does not so mwch
In doing good as in being good.
All society, social, political and
religious, must be based on sub
stantial and durable principles,
imbedded and rooted in our nature,
heart and hand in unison, and
Working as one harmonious whole,
growing with our growth and
strengthening with our strength,
iately, we read of spasmodic at
tempts at Sabbath reform. Chris
tina people are here and there lift
ing their voices la favor of observ
ing the Sabbath as a day of rest, a
holy day. The.se well-meaning
people are right in principle, but ,
wholly wrong in both theory and
practice especially the latter. By
-all means keep sacred the holi
day, but let professors of religion
rirst show their regard for the moral
law beiore attempting a forced com
piianee on the part of the irrelig
ious. We know of instances where
ministers were compelled to ad
dress empty pews, simply because
a large percentage of the member
s:iip spent the Sabbath in recrea
lions. A little exemjjlary teaching
would do much toward bringing
aiwui ine raucn-needed reform, be
sides, Christians could then de
nounce the sin of Sabbath desecra
tion with much better grace.
ESSENTIALS TO HAPPINESS.
Wealth, station, applause, lux
ury, whicli are so often sought, are
not necessary to liappiness; they
often minister to it, but it can le
had without them. Health is more
essential, though there are some
happy invalids. A moderate sup
ply of the physical comforts of life
seems needful, though happiness
" and poverty have dwelt together.
The' exercise of our faculties in
some useful, and, if possible, con
genial direction, is a large contrib
utor. Idleness and overwork are
both disastrous to happiness. Suc
cessful endeavor of every rightful
kind, obedience to the voice of con
science, the love and help we give,
are all ministering influences.
k How's This? . .
v vc uner uiie nnnurwi Liollars rc- I
waw tor any case of ctitan li that can
not be cared by taking Hall's Catarrh
Cure. . F. J. Cjikney & Co.,
Props., Toledo, O.
We, tl) undersi$riHd have known F.
J. Cheney for tbe last 15 years, and be
lieve liim perfectly honorable in till
ttiisiness transactioiia, and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
iy their firm. West & Tkcax,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Warding, KixjiAN & Makvix,
W'iiol.-sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
HuII'k f'iitarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, ael'uijr directly upon the blood
and niueoos surfaces of tlie s.VMteni.
Testimiaialrt sent. free. Price 75c. per
iAt if Sold by all druggists.
There is a tea 111 cross-cut aw run
1l1H in I-iibrl!a park.
SUtStW THOUGHTS FOR SOLEMN PEOPLE
FACULTY OF DISCRIMINATION.
Instead of burdening the mem
ory with technicalities, Christ pro
vided for the quickening of the
moral faculty in man, and thus, iti
spiritual things, acted in relation
to the human soul as in temporal
things God had done. God gives
manpower to get products out of
the soil; but instead of saying this
must be eateu and that must be
refused, lie gives the power, call it
instinct or reason, which saves him
who rightly uses it from noxious
plants and animals. It was better
to give the faculty of discrimina
tion than to label all
of the earth. A spirit is better
than a catalogue. There are few
things more remarkable in life than
man's instinct by which he discov
ers what to eat. Every day he is
called upon to choose, even so far
as the body is concerned, between
Lite and death. The life of the
body is exposed to constant risk.
In nearly every field there are roots
or leaves which might injure or
even destroy . the " health of the
body; yet man. contrives to make a
selection adapted to his nature.
These poisonous roots are like so
many temptations; they are to the
body what vices are to the soul;
yet speatcing generally, man is su
perior to them, he refuses if not
resists, and saves himself. How is
this? Is there not a spirit in man,
and does not the inspiration of th
Almightv give him understanding?
How has God provided for material
civilization? By the spirit which
is in man. In the same way has
Christ provided for intellectual ex
pansion and growth. When Christ
opened the eyes of the blind, He
did not require to create another;
universe that the vision might
nave another object to rest upon;
the universe was there waiting to
be looked at. So the universe of
truth has existed from the bejrin-
ning, ana as there are some dark
fields of knowledge to.be explored,
some intricate problems to solve,
he has promised the spirit to guide
men into ail truth; emphatically
to gume men, ine very word im
plying difficulty, danger, and new
evolutions and combinations; not
only to guide, but to guide' into all;
truth; not some departments, but
into all; not into external views of
truth, hut into its very essence, so
that n-.on might know truth under
every disguise, and be able to elim
inate it from every sophistry and
A Orent liter Medicine.
Dr. Gunu's Iuipmvtrd Liver PiJls are
a sure t-ure rr s:ck headache, bilious
omplaints, dyjrewia, indigestion, eos-
"3S lorpiu nver, etc. These pi! is i
insure m-i fct dijrestion, correct the S
-iver anU ftomafh, regulate the bowels,
: - j - i . . . . .
iuiu- nau eiincn me oinoa ana maRe
the, sbm clear. They also produce a
g'xxl appetite, nnil invigorate and
strengtiien the entire svstem bv their
tome action, bold at 25 cents a box by
PliE.SBYr.il IAN CnURCn A. Mair-ellus. pas
tor. Servit-cs every gabrmth at 11 A. M. and 7-30
f. Xi. .-nnimin R-r.nol at 10 A. M. Praver meet
inir Wedoesdaj- evening at 7:30 o'cloek." AU wel-
CIMEERLAND Pr.E-BYTEPJAN CHUFCn
- Ij. eW. M-StOr. S-r If 'I fh. Anil
fo-irth Sabnftths of each month, morninff arid
-nin!. Sandav sehotl everv sal.haih at in
KIOTICE IS HEREBY firVEN THAT THE
v co-partnersnip iwretotore existing between
i. E. Mun?ey and 3k Slaver, un.ler the lirm .
name of Minify & Mnver. i this dav di?olvpd
by rcmtn:il con.xent. All debts due said firm munt
oepaiuaiot.ee. - J. r.. MINSEY.
Lebanon, Or., Oct. IS, lim.
TAKEN UP BY THE UNDERSIGNED ON
or aliout September 15, 1. m my farm six
miles east of Lebauon, one wiiire cow with loan
jks on-?ne nren aim Riiouiners. both rant
rropned. no brand. Cow supposed to be efeiit I
year old. Ouner will please eall and nav I
eiiargv's, tn..ierv trie auimai win te wm.
W. H. BOOTH, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON i
Office In Guv's New Bulldinsr.
Residence at Mrs. Ambler's.
DR. W. C. NEGUS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Graduate of Royal College of London anf B?ll
nie Medical College, Mnsi.
Chronic cases a specialty.
Cunrers roraovwl without pain or tlie knife.
OFFICE Kirkpatrick's building, Lebanon, Or. j
SAML. M. GARLAND,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW.
Office with "Lebanon Express."
CAL!! FORM jA
Elienmatism, Nenrafgfa, Corns
HEADACHE, And ALL PAIN.
The California Poitive and Srgstive
ELECTRIC COUGH CURE
CUKES COLD. CROUP. C0NSUMPT10K.
8olfl by all DroggLt.. Each 25c, BOo ft tl
Oraagingor & Co , Prop's. Los Angvlas, Oal,
U11,V1JI .& HOLM",
Agents fox- Lebanon, Or.
PASTEL CSAYON PORTRAIT ARTIST,
Will devote his time this Winter to that beauti
ful and f;LcinatiiiB urt.
Pictures enlarged and framed in neatest and
haud.-omest style. He will spare no pains in
doing his work, that it may compare favorably
with highest accomplishments in the fields of art.
Call and examine sumples of his work at
Miliers and Beard & Holt's druj store, Lebanon,
n oraers w ui receive prompt attention.
LINES ON FINDING A VOUNQ LADIES' AD
DRESS IN A PACKAGE OF CIGARETTES.
revr little strsngvr, so fur far awnv,
1 rureivwl jour address verv (urer1v to-rlv
In a iaikn(; 01 -1i.-xn.HfK. ma Iwre by the ca.
An.l 1 m tiikliiK the .kaMirc of writing to I lice.
Hut now I m Mulled, I don't know luit more lo
For to tell you the troth I've boon won.Wrinjr all
What kiu-1 uf a fhlrv Miss Fannv run ho
j y M-ii.i mir aauivNi o er tiio mountains to me.
1 Imagine you're a sweet liillo lain -. I'll bet
"'tT l'yt'8 lh"y "rc bri,,,cr Mucker than
iryour eye are not black they arc brown, rrny or
And I'll bet they are sweet, roguish, bright, ten-
Hit and true.
Vonr teeth are ax white as the fonra on the tea, '
And I hoe you 111 write a sweet letter to tr.e.
ou re n.mumi'.', that a certain, and your face is
Vt'.liillos I'cne send nie a look of vour hair.
;"" " "7 woe.erit .Mr. tticnanl K. L,.,
ho it. ivritiiiK thN letter not i-elv but well.
i m a lauor l.m't lunch tor 1 work every d.iv.
And 1 enme. rr.nn 1.1.1 r..r .......
I am tall, slim and grneelul, and my eves they
am I. lit... -
I'm a stranger alone, I don't know anyone but
I smoke cigarettes I am sorrv to toll.
or you would never get a letter ftora Richard
I am tall, slim and graceful, part my hair in the
I wear a rnuMachc and I rtlny on tho fiddle.
I nm slnple, 1 am thirty, 1 am anxious to tiud
A nice little wife, sweet, tender and kind,
iaeet, tender and faithful, devoted to me.
And then what a ntee, hapjy pair we would be.
I lr)g lu tho choir, iro to chuivh overv Simrtuv.
And po baj k to my w ork like a good tailor on
And now I wilt elosc bv ishing vou well
I remair-. yours re.-peetfully, 'Kicraki
R R. L.
C 1 T D T T rP IT H P
F U K i 1 1 U I K
LOUNGES OF ALL KINDS.
f Description aud De
Picture Frames, Mouldinrs. Bric-a-Brac
ot fcvery description,
in Fact Everything Belonging to the Trade
a Prices thot Defy Competition.
ChurcV.iil & Monteith" Old Stand.
LEBAXOX, : : OREGON.
THE CRY OF MILLIONS!
OH, 7tV BKCKl
TOP IT MOW,
OOM IT WIIL C TOO LATE.
dlMaae of the kidsays and ban tried
many diffrrrnt rtmediea and kt
aowet aid from different physkiana
wimuoiiinci adodi tnc ltB Ot AprH
I was ufferin; from a Terr violent
attack that almost prostrated m in
anrn a suntim- last I . ......
when X sat down it was almost innnMiht. (n m
P or 10 pat on mv clathes. when
"ij rTovxacnce sent ur. Henier
OR BOON KIDXEV TEA, to my
notcL I immediately commenced
using the tea. It had an almost
miracnlons effect, and to the aston-
Miment of an the rneats at the hotel,
in a few daysj am ius to wmo
that X was a new man. I wC4-l
tecommend the tea to an -f J 1
as I have htm 1
O. A. TTPPEK. J
ProprietoT Occidental Hotel, '
NO MORE BACKACHE!
The Road to Hill
Caanot s trees ssfoll traveled wlth
ot foe4 health. Ts reach wealth or an,
eOYSted pasHlon In life reqaircs the tall
petsetsloa antf eperatien ol all tht fae
ttls kind nature hat endowed with.
These conditions cannot exist anless tho
hrtteal belnf Is la perfect working
order, ad this I Impossible when tho
Near and spleen are torpid, that obvtrtict
ln( the secretions, causing Indigestion
and dyspepsia, with all ol their accent-
English Dandelion Tonic-
axtrts a specMe Inflaswc ovtr tho liver,
txdtos It ts healthy action, rsselves Its
chronic sngergeneirts. and promotes the
secretions ; ceres Indigestion and csnstt
petlon, sharpens ths appetite, toast aa
ths sntrro srstsat, and makes life worth
O. EX HARDY
Has on hand a larso stock of
. T..T..n. . 1
iimni A! ' - , , tm
ifii aywv. ritfeU,
Call And Secure Prices.
NEW HARNESS SHOP
J. C. FREY & SON,
Harness, Saddles, Collars,
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
GIVE US A CALL.
At Peterson 4 Wallace's Old 8tand.
Eureka Heat Market,
L. M. WHEELER, Pro'p.
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sau
sage. A share of
-IS AS U8VAL-
IN THE LEAD
An Immense Stock of
General Merchandise !
Bought for Cash at remarka
bly low figures, Close tm vpre
who expect to pay cash for
their 'goods are resneetfullv
invited to examine the large
stocks kept at the
One-Price Cash Stores
Ne trouble to show roods.
and if you wish to bujr we
know that Montague's is the
We offer vou full lines of
Men's, Youths alid liovs'
Clothing at prices that simply
ueiv coinnetition. r isvm
now in stock
Oregon City Manufactured Cloth-
Levy & Straus' Manufactureil
L lot lung;
t ine Cassunere Clothinc:
Fine Imported Worsteti Clothing;
r me prmg-uottom 1'ants;
31en'8,-1 outh's, Bovs' and Chil
dren s sizes.
1 hesc can Le had at Montague's.
To the Ladies!
TM. 1 . J; e r i .
iuu uwies oi LDanon and vicin
ity express themselves as very
much pleaded with Montague's fine
lines of Fall and Winter Dress
tiooda which he lias just purchased
ui jcuiutii" linponing
houses of the United States. Mon
tague s stock is unsumassed this
side of Portland. The ladies are
i r 11 .....
respecuuuy invitea to examine
Hosiery, Corsets and
I ull lines in all these branches
i ine urv U00U9 trade, anrl wp
an ofler you good value for vour
noney. Should you need GLOVES
we have evervthins desirnbla nn.l
4ylish in Silk, Lisle Thread aitd
Cotton. Remember Montamie'n
motto is "One hundred cents' wertli
tor a dollar every time."
Boots and Shoes.
jacu ana everv nair of Knota md
I Mioes in the two larire esijillil.i1ira
ownea oy MontaKae are manufactured
xpressiy tor liim. Kvery pair fully
warranted. J nese croods we tin nr.
inipon rrom Missouri, a has been al
leged by would-be competitors, but are
uimie up inun uie very uet stock by
wlnte labor employed by Buckingham
When you want anything neat and
xerviccabie at bed-rock nriees. with
tun ifiiarantee on verv nair. von will
:tf6U rvdiy buy your foofc-wer of AION-
Hats and Caps.
No man, youth, boy or child can ho
conmuered well dressed if their cranium I
is Eiirmouiited by a "shockiint bad
nut,.- in oruer le set our numerous
NlclAmar. ii.,ht I !,. u ,J . i
0 lignum iiim iigniu. iiiuiiui- I
Kue uas laid in tor tlie fall and winter
trade an immense stttck of iri nri
Cais. These g-oods were bought direct
rrom the manufacturers and at verv
low fie-ures. Take a look through loom
.nm mini vuu uu wa n in nuv. An u
...... .1.. . a . ,
luaiiti i course you win tuy your
ucau-gvar un:y ui iuoniague.
Men's FurnisMng Goods !
As underwear for the mascnlinp cvnrlor
is usually called, is an essential article
for the comfort and good health of
maiiRiua 111 tins nuniid climate. Mou-
iagne'8 stocu of
Fine Shirta Lion Brand;
Fine Shirts Standard Brand;
Fine Shirts Neglige;
Fine Shirts in Cussiiiiere;
Fine Shirte in every style;
Undershirts and Drawers An
less variety iu all weights, shades and
We sell hugeous quantities of these
goods, and invite your attention to the
new graces ana new prices. Jle wise,
uuj .vuur u'liucrweuroi Juontague.
Natural ys. Artificial Gas.
No, there is no ioke about the natu
ral gas Deiug found in Lebanon. TU
gas is a ract; nor Is It, as some imnir-
luetl, the outcome of windy advertise
ments in the "Lckimn KinrHi "
Always buy your goods of Montague
auu gei, iuii vaiue lor your money.
TO THOSE WHO OWE ME MONEY.
.Montague has waited lone ennnoh
for what you owe him. Pav nn now.
Not next week, or next month, or novr.
Christmas, but NOW. lean use it to
advantage, need it in my business, and
you wiii contera very great favor on
right up without furtner 9olicituUon.
wa-vsi ,s. JY -'J illU I
8. O WALLACE.
PETERSON & WALLACE,
Real Estate Brokers,
DO A GEHERAL AGEKCI BUSINESS,
Including Fire and life Inturance.
HAVE ON HAND SOME
In Both City Property and
AKC E CO;
LIVERPOOL A GLOBE ISSCR-
GUARDIAN ASSURANCE CO.. of London.
OAKLAND HOME IXSURACK CO., of Oakland.
b rAT INSURANCE CO.. of Palera, Oregon.
FARMERS' & MERCHANTS' INSURANCE CO..
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR.
DOIl't ClO tO POTi Infill
Gradvvohl, of Albany,
To Be Fonnd inthe Metropolis.
He Sweeps the Valley of
in cmrkerr. Fartry Roods. T.rrs. Rraren Rrre
cii.rtwiur. rirnrni niaa iua UJa'ware
Boys' Wagons. DU Carriages He.
The Golden Rule Bazaar make? a rpeelnltv of the
' .... . sou naiing itiraers,
every package of htch Is manufac
tured for and beani the name
of Uoldcn Rule Ba?aar.
tfa bottom, pat liim dora i
W. L- DOUGLAS
C9 6UAC for
V Wl 1 Va'aV GENTLEMEN.
HANIKSEWED Wf lT SHOK.
S.5 UOKKIVIlWII'il k wriir
.00 and 1.1S BOV8' SCHOOL SHOE
Ail Boado In eonirreaa, Buttvn and 1am.
W. L. DOUGLAS
u ka idi a v "
MBit MssfftHsir Ksa 1 ..A Vaa
W. I lMJCGlAS. UKOCKTOX, MASS
For Sle C. C. Hackleman,
, LEBAUON, OREGON.
mnsclM Slid nrr nrmtvm
BuBering from coin plaint
B-JTU tW in Dft. HARTER'B IRON
TONIC ufe and spemly cur
Givws clear, btniU
n j compiriiioa,
f complfMioa. Frqnnt nHemptp at oonntrfeit
Lgooly add lo thm popu.aritr of Hie oriainut.
Do not Afiwrlmnnt srsat ih OBIfllNit. mA udm
Dr. HARTER'8 LITTLK LIVER PILLS.
Cur Cn.ttpstlnn, Liror Oomplsint sod Mi-1
Hesdache. 8umpl ltam and Dream Booh I
mailndon nnmiiit or two oanta in iimiium m
Or. MASTER MEDICINE CO., St. Louis, ato.
Omaha, Kansas City, Chicago,
AND ALL POINTS
East, North tP South,
UNION TTPIfFT OFRTPP
U iX LUL 1 iKjts'C' 1 U " "
C. O. RAWLINCS. a
W. C. PETERSON.
V . t-'jt ;,..,..,
V WJll rrUr . H4, rmroUta ths
llw kd4 IMr, and ths
AAoS or Rtranst
To Make Boom fur My
Spring and Summer Stock
FDRSISHIHC GOODS! AID KOTIOIs,
I WILL CLOSF OUT MY
Entire Stock of
Boots & Shoes
Now is tho Time to
SECURE REAL BARGAINS.
I Propose to Have
Leading Dry Goods Store
In the Valley.
W. F READ
The Yaquina Route
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD,
T. E. Hogg, Receiver,
Oregon DeielopmentCo'sSteamslip line
226 Mile 8horterl 20 Hears Lets Time I
Th n by any other Route.
FIRST-CLASS THROUGH PA8SENCER AND
From Portland and all points in the Willamette
aLt y lo and tmm gan Francisoo, CaL
oregon pacific railroad.
TIME SCHEDULE Except Sundays.)
Lv Yaquina 7.-03 A M
Lv Corvallis10-j A M
ArAllDy tl A M
LvCorvaliis 1! P M
Ar Yaquina 4:35 P M
O. A C. trains connect at Albany and Corvallis.
The above trains eonneet at Yaquina with the
Orrirnn Ievelorment Companv's line of Bteam-
crn i aquina ana san Franrisco.
S. S. Willamette Valley
WILL SAIL ratMt
s frascisco. - viomi
October 27 NovernhM-
November S November
November IS kwwan
November! November Sn
This company reserves the right to change sail-
P.emember the Oreeon Piwirti Pnnnl.. c.nnu
uniimw. mis jM-tets are now on sale
" aiiey minis io laquina and return.
. . WM. SC. HOAG.
C C. HOOUE. General Manager.
O. F. A P. Agent. Corvallfe, Or.
uenerai unices Corner Front and F
g a STATIOKS. ' I
15 3 IS ifi
w a. w
lt- ar. an.
r r. a. M.
6 00 8 w eonland S f Co 4 u 9 85
7 45 10 25 Woodburn 1 40 7 60
8 50 11 22 Silverton 12 05 6 45
2 43 Wen Selo 9 53
8 55 -Tallmmi . gM
5 07 Brownsville - 7 49
50 Cobnrs; . S 10
A,ir!' r " Portl nd
M" L Mail.
9 20 ... Fortland A W V 8 15 "
12 05 ..Dundee Junction 05
2 00 .Sheridan 9 00
4 16 Dallas. 22
4 .-vi Monmouth , 7
5 56 .Airlle 0 4;
Tickets for West Rtd station, r.. i
ji nc-rfon sireci. 1 K-neis tor Kast Side stations for
sale at 1 11 ion depot, comer Fifth and I streets.
Favfeneers from Lebanon for 8oio and other
piiinui nonnoi lauman (Miiutnern Pacific cross
ing), can connect at Tallinan at 8:54 A. M.4 and
for Brownsville and points south of Tallinan. con
nect there at 3ao P. M. '
CHAS. !T. SCOTT,
Gen. SupL A Gen. F. & Pass. Agent.
DON'T SHIP YOUR OLD STOVE.
You cau buy any of the
THEY CARRY A FULL r.TXP.ni?
StanB Wars, also
PUMPS AND PUMP FIXTURES.
SSf Job Jf 'ork done on Short Notice.
At my yard in the suburbs ot Lebanon
For Sale at Reasonable Rates.
All Kinds of
MASON WORK DONE
With Neatness and Despatch.
We have changed our name, but not
may come and seasons go,
r, JSn montha we iave stood at our post selling
SELB5ENT?:. FURNISHING GOODS al
Increases All the Time.
. , ... ' ' -
uia jason, like a fool, sailed in the Argo to Colchis i
search of the golden fleece; now-a-dayg people find the gol-v
den fleece in the Brownsville goods for sale at Bach's Corner N
Remember, Farmers I
I pay cash for your produce and at the same time keeD
everything you want. Formerly , all roads lead to Rome
upder the new road law every trail, toe-path and wagon road
leads straight up to
BACH'S CORNER STORE.
Also an Elesrant Stock of
ingr Department with
Men's, Youth's and Boy's Clothing,'
rurnisnmg L.00QS, btc.
Also Keep on Second floor a full line of
In which I will not be undersold. Come and spa m o and
I will treat
Pure Drugs and Medicines, Paints, Oil, Glass,
Stationery, Fine Perfumery, Brashes and Combs,
CIGARS AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES,
Main Street, Lebanon, Oregon.
JCsssT Prescriptions accurately compounded.
An Elegant Line
Cleaning and T -..
and . -'
ran lcs j
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yet our stock,
TO SEE THE
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