The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898, November 14, 1890, Image 2

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    Lebanon Express.
A. Atlt AtvAXS, QRO. I ALKXANIER.
ADAMS & ALEXANDER,
PCBLSHERS AND PkOPRIETORS.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
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WHAT MEN HAVE SOT
FOUGHT FOR.
Appropos to the
tion of the liquor
present agita-
qucsiion,
Bob
Burdette gives his son some philo
sophical pointers iu the following
numerous vein:
" My dear boy, men have fought,
Ued and died,. but not for beev.
Arnold Winkelweed did not throw
himself upon the Austrian spears
because he was ordered to close his
fa'oon at 9 o'clock. William Tell
did not hide bis arrow under his
vest to kill the tyia-it because the
edict had ne foith that the free
born Switzer should not drink a
kesr of beer everySabbath. Free
dom did not shriek a9 Koiiosco fell
over a whiskey barrel. Warren
did not die that beer might flow as
the brooks murmur, seven days a
week. Even the battle of Brandy
wine was not fought that whiskey
miht be free. No clause in the
Declaration of Independence de
clares that Sabbath concert ear
den, with five brass horns and one
hundred kegs of beer, is the in
alienable riht of a free people and
the corner stone of good govern
ment.
' Tea, mild, harmless, innocent
tea. the much-sneered-at temper
ance beverate, the feeble drink of
effeminate men and good old
women. Tea hold.3 a higher place,
it fills a brighter, more glorious
-page, it is a grander figure in the
history of the United States, than
beer. Men like tea, my boy, but
they hurled it into the sea in the
aiame of liberty, and they died
rather than drink it until they
made it free. It seems to be worth
fiehtinsr for. and the best men in
-the world fouffht for it. The his-
orv of the United States is incom
Tlet with tea left out. As well
reisrht the historian omit aneuii
Jlall and Bunker Hill, as tea. But
there is no story of heroism or pat
riotism with rum for its hero.
"The battles of this world, my
on, have been fought for grander
things than free whiskey. The
Iieroes who fall in the struggles for
yum, fall shot in the neck, and
their martyrdom is clouded by the
iiaunting phantoms of the im
Jama. Whiskey makes men fight,
it is true, but they usually fight
ether drunken men. The cham
pion, of beer does not stand in the
temple of fame; he stands in the
police court. Honor never has the
delirium tremens. Glory does not
wrear a red nose, and Fame blows a
iiorn, but never takes one."
LITERARY CULTURE.
libraries are much more com-
-mon than formerly, books are mul
tiplying almost as fast as catalogues
can be minted, but we must not
Imagine because we possess many
libraries, institutions , and other
-means of culture, that we are mak-
ia ii"ea progress. Such facilities
ray as often be a hindrance as a
lielp to individual self-culture of
the highest kind. The possession
of the mere materials of knowledge
is something different from wistlom
and understanding, wnicn are
reached turoueh a higher kind of
discipline than that of reading.
The multitude of books which
modern readers glance at, may pro
duce distinction as well as culture;
and their contents may leave no
move definite impression upon the
aniuu than gazing through the
Iiiung forms in a kaleidoscope
ctoes upon the eye. Doubtless
tnaay indulge themselves in the
conceit that they are cultivating
their mmds, when they are on'y
emploj-ed in the unprofitable occu-
tal4on of killing time. It must
also be borne in mind that the ex
pe iciice gathered from books,
though ofen valuable, is but of the
nature of learning; whereas the
experience gained from actual lite
of the nature of wisdom, and a
small store of the latter is worth a
great deal more than any stock of
the former. Useful and instructive
though Good reading may be, it is
yet only one mode of cultivating
the mind; and is much less influ
ential than practical experience
and good example in the formf tion
of character. England had many
wise and cultured men long before
the. existence of a veading public.
Magna Charta was secured by men
we are told who signed the deed
with their marks. Thus the foun
' dations of Fnelish liberty were
laid by men who, though unskilled
in the art of deciphering the liter
ary signs by which principles were
made known upon paper, under
stood well the things and princi
ples signified.
BROWN9VILLK BREEZES.
Guy Howe is qcite mck.
Everybody ia hog-Killing.
Who will be our nest city dadst
Dr. Starr recently moved to Piety
Hill.
South Brownsville taUa of incoapo
rali lg.
The band boys have employed a
teacher.
Pail of theelec";ie-liitht plant has
arrived.
J. McFei-son removed to Albany
Monday.
Mrs. D. Ambrose Went to Albany
Monday.
A. Jack Adams moved to Lebanon
this week.
Miaa Etta Moore went So Seattle
Wednesday.
Mrs. WiUson has moved to the Har
rison ranch.
Dies La: Kelt wants two girls. See
adve.-;itemenL
Ca-ot. llajren is hammering spues
on the J. U. road.
Robert Kearnes bought property of
Mrs. Pimona lately.
R. M. G. Bradley came down from
the mines Saturday.
J. Php&ley took chance of the Ar
lington hotel Monday.
Rumor says that the Liberal hall in
South B ow.isviHo ia hauuieu.
Nine new buiidinrs have been
erected in Ame'ia this summer.
Ped Boss complains of the roads
be.ween he"e aod Craw Toms ville.
Mrs. Dode Howe ia none the better
by coming in contact ith poison oax.
Wm. Acock returned from the
mines slightly afflicted with rheuma
tism.
The sign Bazaar is emblazoned in
large letters on the Red Front jewelry
store.
Charley Howe bought five acres of
land in the Galbraith addition last
week.
The facio.y coiupanv is widening
ibe race to iac e-e ti e supply of
vta.e.
W-n. Sne -ry has a lame hand, the
ii of a KicK f.ora a cow he was
mi'K's.
Mrs. Minnie Adams went to Leba
non Friday and returned 8unday
morning.
Miss Alice Dean went to Califo.nia
this week in the hope of benefitting
her health.
Tho-s. Fi1ili- has the neiet and
bet'-a a -jel vi.se.y t;oce Una bide
of Po.-I. Ot'.
Manon rowell occupies the resi
dence which he recently purchased of
H. R. PowelL
Jafce Bilveu wrenched his ankle
while i Miliar through the timber iu
po'-snit of a cow.
Hi-h !" ""ose. (au-ba k t'c'ewalrs
aatl Jis ae caa ie; wm soon be ie
o.te.- o: bts jet.8.
James Wilson moved into the houe
which he purchased from A. Jack
Adams this week.
J. F. Venner bought a house and
lot of Mrs. Lemaster lately, and look
possession this week.
Tlie fcio s.i-'.'rd up Monday,
.ev b ijr n e .h ee davs while a
Jew flu iie w."s pot 5 1.
M . Howe .'a'.her of Chavtes and
E -e.' Ho?e ie'i'- -ted to lua home
ke-- A1 i'y.
J. W. Driver went to Union Mon
day. Jim will ply the trade of black
smith in tnat town in the futu.e.
Mc. Sawyer, while encaged in th
to him novel occupation of splitting
stove-wood, received a bad cut on the
lip.
James Waggoner received bis house
hold roods Lorn Portland Monday.
He is living with his mother-in-law at
piesent.
Wro.Speivy and wi'e relu-ned from
ForJand last week; they have con
cluded to live the remainder of llieii-
daysin Brcwnsrille.
A ieiiie.a ice mce'5oj wjw he'd at
the -'? f It-ll Sujcay e eilan
e-jeches wo e made by Messes. Mc-
Do ?a u a jd Do,- e.-.
At a meeting o? the C. and B. R.
M. and M. Co., held rnay evening,
Geo. A. Dyson resigned the secniiavy-
einn and C. E. StanaM was elected in
his siead.
A mai ne.. C.aw.o-.-?. i,,e has c'is-
coe.ed a oe ies-- no'se in.
yieVs a b;)'e jc"id a'i: v of sheei) d'p.
eaw'o x's te p-ole In. a up itieir
nosea ti. oalo at gas.
J. J. Sawyer, H. B. Mover, Chas. L.
Miller, Wm. Mooi-e, Cnrran Cooley
and Jeff Isom went to Eugene Satur
day to assist at the institntion of a K.
of P. lodge in that ciiy.
The Brownsville Building and Loan
Associaiion held a meeting Monday
evening. We are told that the associ
ation have sold the greater part of the
Galbraiih addition at a goed profit.
The publishers of the Times, armed
with a shotgun, drove out into the
country Monday, oslensibly to hunt
pheasants. If anyone is missing, you
may know the boys were successful.
I it;:v!o:ion ot toe high rcense
'ie: ;e'.'g eiecJet", amaa from Jcac
o Ias oo.-" t a !': o.i ihe uew road
r'o-'s '-e e, out of the
c' y J" j, oa ich to put up a sa
loon. ,
A p9:i.'iou asking fo- a C'osswalk
and also a sidewalk in Hausman's ad
di.ion, was laid before the Council at
a re. e-.?i meeting. The crosswalk was
o-de.eJ boiU, but Jhe latier was laid
ion ihe la'jle, fo;r the ve.y good reason
that the s .eel along which the walk
is to be laid has never been opened.
Nbmo.
BARBOUR
BROS..
DEALERS IN
IMTAGUE
W. O. PETERSON.
FURNITURE,
UPHOLSTERY,
W0YEN-W1RE MATTRESSES,
LOUNGES OP ALL KINDS,
Chairs of Every "Description and De
gree or comfort,
Picture Frames, Moulding, Bric-a-Brae
of Every Description,
HARDWARE,
In Pact Evarrthlng BalonKtaf to th Trad
at Prlcaa that Dry Oompvtttlon,
ChorckUl A Kontelth't Old Stand.
-18 AS VSl
IN THE LEAD
-W1TH-
LEBANON,
OREGON.
Hs- . pr: j,
f .if-?
- J-
An Immense Stock of
General Merchandise!
Bouclit for Cash at remarka
bly low ficures. . Close buyers
who expect to pay cash for
thpir poGiia are resDectfullv
invited to examine the large
stocks kept at the
MAMMOTH
" AND
One-Price Cash Stores
Tb above brfarht and benevolent face, k Dr.
. W. Acker, of England, dtoeovcrer ot tfaa
celebrated Acker's Kngtlaa BaaMdy for Coa-
aomDUoa and other popalar prrperattoea. Dr.
Aekar practiaad ta Ua roaagar lays amoof torn
middle daaaea of London, and traa the meant ot
doing peat good, bat his bestta failed and be
found himself ia the tTP of eoBaomptJoa, with
a wife and ebfld depending' opoa him tor support.
While in this condition- be dtooorered
bratod EngHsh Kjwnedr. saved bis owe Hfe and
has since saved tae ares or tnoussnos vw
on the sore road to death. Any maa or smaa
K. VMta a. tirHnm in the throat- who eooxha.
asceciallr ta the morninjr. who raises or has a
. o wALLAoe.
PETERSON & WALLACE,
Real Estate Brokers,
DO k GEKERAL AGEICY BGSIXESS,
Including Fire and Ufa Insurance.
HAVE OS HAND SOMES
Choice Bargains
In Both City Property and
Farm Lands.
f ;
Collections Attended to
' Promptly.
AGENTS FOR
AT COST!
To Make Room for Vf
Spring and Snmmcr Stock
DRY GOODS,
FDKSISHIIG GOODS, AID I0TI0X3,
I WILL CLOSF OUT MY
Entire Stock of
Boots 8c Shoes
AT COST.
MARCH GROCERY.
We have changed our name, but not
may come and seasons go, but I go
goods to
our base. Panics
on forever selling
Rich and Poor Alike,
For ten months we have stood at our post selling GRO
CERIES, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS and theV,
nilOWNSVILLE WOOLEN GOODS, and vet our stock f
like leaven,
'4'
Now la the Tim to
SECURE REAL BARGAINS.
1 Propose to Have
Leading Dry Goods Store
In the Valley.
MAIL, ORDERS
Promptly attended.
Increases All the Time.
Old Jason, like a fool, sailed in the Argo to Colchis in
search of the golden fleeces now-a-days people find the gol
den fleece in the Brownsville goods for sale atBaeh4s?urrjer
Store. ' - .
Remember, Farm I
I pay cash for your produce and at the same time keep
everything you want. . Formerly , all roads lead to Rome;
under the new road law every trail, toe-path and wagojt road
leads straight up to . - '
BACH'S CORNER STORE.
ttirht fcetimr
shooting pain
the Jtteet, who has sharp
na (hrowh tfaa hrac or tftmeulty ia
breathing, should realise that Uteee are arse
fntptvM of coiumptio which, if Beircted,
are sore to result fatally. Dr. Acker's Enffhah
Rerasdv ass cured more than oa thoaaaad per-
rho anqqeaBonaoiT naa omnranpgoa wn
who ww 1
ft It'lMls.
no
hs popularity and is sold by reputable drngrista
xR every
a ford to
city and town ia America.
MSKMSia
It merit
l ow cam
THE
CRY OF MILLIONS!
OH. 3rv BKCKl
TOP IT MOW.
MR IT Will at TOO LATE.
t have been troubled many years whh
disease of the kidneys and hav
remedies
ave tried
and
sooeht aid from uinrrent pnysKsans
without relieC About tae 5taof Apru
v mAmnv fm a veiv violent
aitadt that alanat prostrated sae h
.w w.Mw tnat i eat bent over.
When I sat down ft was almost tepoeaibte for me
.h nr to t eat bi dothea. when
PUdMee seat Ir. HeaW. with the
OREGON KJDNHT TKA. to my
boteL I fanmedistery aommencea
sisa the tea. It had aa almost
miraculous egret, and to the
bhment of all the g-uests at the hotel.
in a few dara.l am happy to sts
that I was a new man. I wiT
recommend the tea to sH
as I have been.
C. A. rvmoL.
FroprMor Occidental Hotel,
2
F C37
smictedl I
141
Tbs Read to H
Caanet ke aactaaifstlr trsvslsd wHh
at feed health. Ts reach wearth sr ssy
aeveted see (ties la Itf raaslrta vMI
asasslllsa asd sssraties af all the taa. ;
attlsa klad aster ha sdewsd a wfth.
Thss esasftioss caaaat rf4 soiess th
aajpsfcaj hlaf ta la a erfsc warklna
srtfer. and this I hssesslhi whea th
Braf sad sat Sr fax Id. Mist skatrscK
lt Ik eeretlMS, eansls msleestiM
sad drsaaftia. With aM thaw actio
DR.HCNLETS
English Dtndtlion Tonic
MarUaaaaeW mtac aver th livar,
axctts n ts healths act!, resetve Ra
chraale sraniia. and prot 1h
SStntlsm ; car ladlfeatiaa Sad tiattl
set lea, sharp as th apseiRa, tea aa
th sat lr srsteat, aa snaa in
IMa.
Ne trouble to show goods
and if you wish to buy we
know that Montague's is the
place.
CLOTHING?
We offer yon full lines 1
Men's, Youth's and Boj's
Clothing at prices that simply
defy competition. We have
now in stock
Oregon City Manufactured Cloth
ing;
Levy x Straus Alanulacturetl
Clothing;
Fine Caasimere Clothing;
Fine Imported Worsted Clothing;
Fine Spring-Bottom Pante;
Men's, Youth's, Boys' and Chil
dren's sizes.
These can be had at Montague's.
To the Ladies!
The ladies of Iebanon and vicin
ity express themselves as ver
much pleased with Montague's fine
lines of Fall and Winter Dress
Goods which he has just purchased
from one of the leading importing
houses of the United Mates. -Mon
tague s stock' is unsurpassed this
side of Portland. -The ..ladies are
respectfully invited to examine
them. "
; Hosiery, Corsets and La
dies' Underwear.
Full lines in all these branches
of the Dry Goods trade, and we
pan offer vnn mod value for vonr
money. Should you need GLOVES
we have everything desirable and
stylish in Silk, Lisle Thread and
Cotton. Remember Montague's
motto is "One hundred cents' worth
for a dollar every time."
Boots and Shoes.
Each and every pair of Boots and
Shoes in the two lanre establishments
owned by Montague are man u fact urt d
I expressly for niiu. Jbvery pair , full;
warrantea. These gooaa we 00 not
Imoort from Missouri, aa baa been al
iegvd by would-be competitors, but are
made up from tue very tt atocR by
wntte labor emr loyea oy uucKiugnam
A Hecbt and Calm. Mckelsburg & Co.
When you want anythine neat and
serviceable at bed-rook prices, with a
full aruarantee on every pair, you will
assuredly buy your foot-wear of MON
1 rvvji u
tOKPOS UVERPOOL A GLOBE 1S8UB-
AN( E CO;
GUARDIAK ASSCRASCE CO., of London.
. OAKLAND HOME 1NBURACE CO., of Oakland,
California;
8TATE INSURANCE CO., of Salem, Orepon.
FARMERS' MERCHANTS' INSURANCE CO.,
of Salem.
W. K.. READ,
Albany, Orejjrow.
The Yaquina Route.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD,
T. E.' Hosts', Receiver,
AND
WHEN VISITING ALBANY,
DON'T KAIL, TO SEE THE
MAMMOTH STOCK
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR,
Don't Go to Portland
NOW LISTEN!
The GnMen Role Bsiaar make a "periaTtr of the
riaeat Teaa txiiteea anu BaauiR rowuera,
ererr perkaae of which is manufac
tored ra- anl bear the name
of Ikikfea Rule Bazaar.
O. E. HARDY
JEWELER,
Has on hand a large stock of
Tke mind is ls.rgely dependent
for its hl.-enih and clearness of
vision upon the pnrfty of the life.
IV1s t that a man should know
what is light in order to do what
l iht; but it is also tiue tbr.i I-e
mvit be in the hsbit of doing vgbt
in Oider to ,i?,ke such knowledge
or any p.actic?l value. For ex
s .i nle, one who -is accustomed to
live wisely and to avoid whatever
ho bel'eves iojci'ious. lea. ns ooe
cy vb oagh a ;el!able source tbst
w.:n article of diet of which
l'.t jiond, or a ce.tain habit be
a.cqt!ved, is deleLerious. and he
aLonca Siscontinues it. Aaother,
acetumed ' io self-iadulgeace. ve
eeives the same instructions and
snake no change in his condect.
The intellect of each has been ao
peiiledio alike, and their koovl
ec'e of the point in question is
equal; but in the one casft me naDit
of right-doing makes it operative,
in the other the habit of wrong-
ei-.-iTiii'Is it inoperative.
"The Jersey 1-"T-"
Axglksea Co'-.n ace. I. B., Jny 2.
Gertiemen: AUho' His veiy wiwsual
for me to use any 10. ms or
wa!iea, atill, in answer o your
roqceist, I have tried Wis3om'B
Vok-t Cwm rvA Roertine. The
former I enVe ."'-c'pl'y efficacious
iiicaeo e je exin, ana
I have W 1 -".', !. ere--y day for the
last o ."! . I rave found the
Rober.'e r 1 efv Vri preparation in
CMsees ofta .-. t,c v'h ej., caused by
exposure to M. x-1 'da acd a July
euu. Y tfubful!?,
1j1.'. 'J1? LANG'-lKY
To Merer. VVisdoai &, Co.
rclaSKl
Hats and Caps.
No man. youth, boy or child can be
considered well dressed tr tnetr cranium
ia surmounted by a "sbockinr bad
hat." In order t set our numerous
customers right in this regard. Monta
gue has laid in for the fall and winter
trade an immense biock 01 iiaia ana
Cans. These iroods were boueht direct
from ine manufacturers ana at verj
low figures. Take a look through them
and wben you do want to buy,
matter of course you will buy yoi
head-gear only or Montague.!?
r
Kxelteaaeat
Buns high in Lebanon, at Beard A
Holt's drug store over Bystem Bu'lder,
severbody Is using it for Catarrh of
the Stomach, Dyspepeaia, Consumption
tnd Impure Iilond. Try it and teH
your friends about It, as it must possess
wonderful merits when all speak well
of it. ,
G4s TC assina; Hamsnity.
So Says an Oregon Pioneer Niueiy Years Old.
For et Gaovn. Or., Msrrh 19.
Ihaveuned the OREGON KIPNEY TEA and
obtained immediate relief. It is God's blowing to
tnimanitr. I take pleawre in reoommendinft It
t (he affticted. I am now aearly ninety years
ld, came to On-pon in 1M2 in the employ of the
H rtwin'n Ray Compaji. and since I bejtan using
h OREGON KlTNKtf TEA I enjoy grood health.
PAVllt MUSROE.
JEWELRY
JUST RECEIVED
Call And Secure Prices.
HEW HARNESS SHOP
LEBANON, OREGON,
J. C. FREY 8c SON,
DEALERS IN
Harness, Saddles, Collars,
Whips, Etc
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
GIVE US A CALL.
Hen's Famisliing Goods!;
As underwear for the masculine gender
i ia iiHuallv called, is an essential Article
for the comfort ana gooa neann 01
mankind in this humid climate, ;Mou
tague's stock of
Fine Shlrta L,lon Brand; .
Fine Shirts Standard Brand;' '
Fine Shirts Neglige; ' -r.
Fine Shirts in Cassimere;
Fine Shirts in every style:
Undershirts and Drawers An end
less variety In all weights,' shades and
natterns. ' ,'
We sell hueeous quantities of these
goods, and invite your attention to the
new grades ana new prices, ise wise.
buy your Underwear or Montague.
Natural ys. Artificial Gas.
No. there is no ioke about the natu
ral teas beiug found in Lebanon. The
eas Is a fact: nor is it. aa some imag
ined, the outcome of windy advertise
ments in tne "ljenanon n.xpress."
Always buy your goods of Montague
and get full value for your money.
At Peterson A Wallace's Old Stand.
THE CHURCHES.
TO THOSE WHO OWE ME MOSEY,
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH A. Marrellu". ti
tor. Service ererr Babbath st 11 A. M. and 7-30
P. M. Sabbath school at 10 A. H. Prayer meat-
ins Wednesday evening at 730 o'clock. AU welcome.
CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHCRCH
N. L. New, pastor, memoes tne secona ana
fourth Saboa-hs of each month, motjin; rnd
evening. Sunday school every aanoatn at 10 A. M.
Eveiyone w tleome.
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
vou will confer a very great favor on
vourself and Montague by paying
t right up without furtner solicitation.
Oregon DefelopmentCo'sSteanslipLlns
22S Mites Shorter! 20 Hoars Last Tims I
Than by any other Route.
-OF-
FIB8T-CLA88 THROUGH PA88ENQER AND
FREIGHT LINE
From Portland and all points In the Willamette
Valley to and from San Francisco, CaL
FALL CLOTHING
Gradvvohl, of Albany, oregom pacific railroad.
TIME SCHEDULE (Except stmdays.)
-AT-
IIAS EVERYTHING
o Be Found in the Metropolis.
He Sweeps the Valley of
AH Competitors
Lv Ywitilns 7.-00 A M
Lv Cnrrallta ..10:35 A H
AT Albany 11:0 A M
Lv Albanr IZclO P M
LvCorvallfai 13P SI
Ar Ysquins A-X P M
O. A C. trains connect at Albany and CorralUs.
The above train connect at Yaqnina with the
Omron Development Cimpany's line of Steam
ship between i aquina ana san rTancnoo.
SAILING DATES.
S. S. Willamette) Valley
will sail raox
loCrorserr, rsncy Good. Toy, Rostra Bros,'
SUyerware, rrencn I rtina ana ut&-rare.
Boys' Wagons. Dell Carriages, Etc.
TAQt'rj,
November 1
November
November 90 1
s.'W riciseo.
, OrtoteT 27
November 5
November 1
Nirri-m ber 3 November So
Thh nrninanr reserves the rivht to change sail-
leg aates wuauut notice.
Reraetaher the Oreson Paciflc Popnlsr Stnnmer
Exi-unMon. Low Kate IK-reis are now on sate
from all Valley Points to lsquina ana retnrm.
WM. M. HOAO.
C C. HOOUE. General Manager.
G. F. P. Agent, corraus, or.
NEW STYLES! NEW PRICES!
Also an Elegant Stock of Cloths in Merchant Tailor
ing- Department with Frst-Class Tailoring-.
rraai ii nn aavs fuaa eh W. ,
Nmm vuMit aD asxl srte St
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Oregonian Railroad Co.
Oeneral Offices Corner Front and F
Btreets, Portland.
EAST SIDE. ,
Headquarters tor Bargains
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-IN-
WEST SIDE.
17. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE
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GENTLEMEN,
SS.OO OEMCIItK HD-SEWED HO!
. wi uimvurn , ii v v I T HtioK.
ISJV Pt)l.lt K AND FARM EES SHOS
EXTRA VALUE lALl KUUfi,
AAOasMl 1.7 BOYS' SCHOOL IHOKa
A trite I Portl nd
Mall. MiL
9 20 I Purtland A W V. 115
12 05 JHinrtee Jnnctlon i OA
I no Sheridan 00
4 11 lwllas $ 22
4 55 Monmonth 7 S
5 56 Alrlie 43
w.
tioaares, Batlea ana
L. DOUGLAS
SHOE la'dT..
ia -tal. ttmmt Mvte. Baa FltrtBSC
U as oa br y mr dealer, writs
VT. lm IHt; GJLAii. BROCKTON. MAM
For st la C. C. Hackleman,
LEBANON, OREGON.
Tickets for West SWe stations for sale at toot of I
Jeflerson street. Tk-kets for Kast SMe stations for
sale st Union derot. corner Fifth and I streHs.
PSKKeneers from Lebanon ror sow ana otner
mints north of Tallman (Sonthern Pacilie enws-
, lng, can connect at Tallman at :S4 A. M., and
for ttrownffviiie lira mims soutn oi la-unaa, eou-
nect there at ssa P. M.
chas, B. pajrr,
Gen. BapL & Gen. F. A Pass. Agent.
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.
LITTLE
00 KOT CRIPE, SICKEN 03
CONSTIPATE.
Sosi Cni na Sick RuowHt,
sac au troaDMs sruias irom
ladifastiaa sr Ooasttpatiea.
Am prtma tns unn p ! xioai
sjaessssaBaalealyadlaatsd io wait th. mm. m
m pUl eaa aevac tw toe larsss don. Kur to take
. as so bm saamr. a pill, sat up ia a vtraac vtal ,
DIM n. ncwiiN i n rmm . muei, m .1 1 -MM,
a Ti ,.li al IllkM In. twm VraahM wH. .
.- SAarLS BOSS aaS aasAB SOWS tar S. km sfif.
(on. HAimara iwom'TOmio. k
PtmirtKS lh BLOOD; BIOULATK Ih, LIVV I
... KIDITSTS aa BKSTOBS8 tk. DSntUTATRD I
BBALTH .S VIOOBOVB 8TBBM QTH 9t Tovni I
THi UU HAITI MEDICINE CO. ST. LOUIS, HO.
J ! iliiaSgaasSwSBSBSSW
(ALBANY,
OREGON.
DON'T SHIP YOUR OLD STOVE.
You can buy any of the
LATEST PATTERNS
Cheap, of
SWAN BROTHERS.
THEY CARRY A FULL, LINE OF
Tin,
CappEr,
lUnodEn and
; 'Stone UlaiE,
also
PUMPS AND PUMP FIXTURES.
W& Job- Work done on Short Notice.
BEARD & HOLT,
Druggists & Apothecaritas,
'- - DEALERS IN-"
Pure Drugs and Medicines, Paints, Oil, Glass,
Stationery, Fine Perfumery, Brashes and Combs,
CIGARS AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES,
Main Street, Lebanon, Oregon.
SsTPrescriptions accurately compounded. .
G. LOYELEE,
DENVER.
Omaha, Kansas City, Chicago,!
ST PAUL. ST. LOUIS.
AND ALL POINT
East, North tP South,
.AT - -
UNION TICKET OFFICE,
C. Q. RAWLINGS, Agent,
Alba ji v, ; ; Okeron.
BRICK! BRICK!
125,000 Brick
At my yard In the suburbs ot Lebanon
For Sale at Reasonable Rates.
All Kinds of
MASON WORK DONE
With Neatness and Despatch.
D. W. HARDIN.
Merchant
LEBANON, OEEGON.
An Elegant Line of Suitings Kept
in StOCk-
Cleaning
and Repairing Promptly
and Neatly Done.
GOOD FIT GTT.A.lA.TaEr.