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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1891)
FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1891.
Kotlee to idiertisers.
Local aitvertfetnents in thin paper will
w row Hd charzed for at. reenlar ratp
mmA Continued, until ordered out. Mt the
option of the publisher; unless eon-
trwctn are made for m. specified number of
Go to T. C. Peeblcr for groceries.
Mr. Jonathan Waasom has been
quite sick the past ten days.
P. M. FVench, the jeweler, Albany,
keeps railroad time.
W. G. Wheeler and wife left Thurs
day for Independence on a visit to
Just received, a fiueline of perfumery
at Smith & Miller's drug store.
Mr. Fred Brown Informs us that
he found a petrified fir stump oue mile
from Sweet Home, this week.
'we have money to loan on improved
farms and ranches. B. . Steele & Co.
Albany Or. .
Born to the wife of Mr. Pervis.
girl on June 8, 1891. Babe and mother
both doing we!L
M. A. Miller is agent for the cele
brated Cleveland ready -mixed paint.
Mr. I. A, Bennett has recovered
take charge of the depot again.
8. P. Bach keeps a line or boots and
hoes as well as Brownsville woolen
New milliuery goods received direct
Txm San Francisco every week at Mre
After going to Cruson & Menzies1
hardware store and getting prices, we
find that they are selling goods as low
as any place in the valley.
It is understood that Conductor W.
S. Conserwill be compelled to have
xne of his limbs amputated, as the re
sult of injuries received in the Lake
Labis h. accident. Mr. Conser has
many friends throughout the whole
state who will be greatly pained to
learn of the terrible result of the ac-
We will inform the people of Leba
non aud vicinity that there is no extra
charge on trimmed hats at Mrs. 8. H.
Co wau 'a.
Ladies, don't throw your old Jewelry
away; you can have it made as nice as
Mew by the City Jeweler at City drug
si ore. j o fancy prices.
Track laying is in progress between
Coburg and Springfield on the Oregon -
ian railroad. It it said that the work
will be pushed forward joat as rapidly
Judeing from my increasing trade,
Baker is wanted in Lebanon to sell
boots and shoes, dry goods, groceries,
tinware, crockery, and everything in
a general store.
If i'oa wish to know what home
Mlillfantlliu aoU "C 5T .
furniture store and see the new
furniture made right here in Leba
non. The best furniture in the
world. : . . JE. Goan
During the month of May only six
marriage licenses were issued by the
county clerk as follows: L VV Moench
and Mary M Trachsel, V W Hale and
Lina Morris, Conrad Miller and Mary
A Simuisus, V D Masarvey and Mary
Bnapp, A A P LaFollett and Annie
Gu Hi ford, A B Loveall and A M Mor
We are compelled to leave out this
w it k a very interesting article by Mr.
Jim Settle, in regard t the Pioneers
picuic at Brownsville. Mr. Settle at
tended with his family and favored us
with a full report, but it is so long we
could not get it in this week, readable
as it would likely have proven to our
Mr. J.JB. Thompson, an old resi
dent of Lian county, has bought the
Bt. Charles hotel of this city and has
taken charge, the consideration being
about $4500. He bought of Wm. Guy
and M V Doud. Mr Thompson
hotel n:aa of experience, and no doubt
will make a success of his manage
ment ! tne &t tjnaries. jcuanon
should give him a liberal support.
Last Saturday about 5 o'clock, after
picking over some gooseberries, Mrs.
F A Burkhart, feeling unwell, lay
down on a sofa, at her home in Albany
J5e called for a drink of soda water,
and taking a single sip, fell over, ex
piring almost instantly. Dr. Maston
' was sent for but too late to render any
assistance. He pronounced the trouble
heart disease, with which she had been
affected somewhat. Mrs. Burkhart
was about 32 years of age and leaves a
husband, child and many friends to
mourn her death.
We wish to announce to the public
that we have a large stock of wagons,
buggies, hacks and carts, direct
from the factory in the East. We have
selected these goods to suit the climate,
roads and people of this vicinity, and
we cordially invite all those wishing
to buy anything in this line of goods
to call on us before purchasing else
where. Cbcson & Menzies.
In almost every neighborhood there
is soma one or more pe tons whose
lives have been saved by Chamber
lain's Colic, Choleric and Diarrhoea
Remedy, or who have been cured of
crhonic diarrhoea by it. Such persons
take special pleasure in recommend
ing the remedy to others. The praise
that follows the introduction and use
makes it very popular. 25 and 50 cent
bottles for sale by M. A. Miller.
The new jeweler at the City drug
store is a practical watchmaker in the
true sense of the word. Having had !
twenty-four years continuous experi-iin
ence at the bench, he is able to do any J
work on watches, clocks and jewelry !
mai can oe done in any city, mis ;
prices are based uoon Eastern nnces.
and yu can always get your work
A suggestion: If you are troubled
with rheumatism or a lame back al
low us to suggest that you try the fol
lowing simple remedy: Take a piece
of flannel the size of the two hands,
saturate it with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and bind it on over the seat of
pain. It will produce a pleasant
warmth and relieve you of all pain.
. Many eevere eases have peen cured
"ithis way. The Pain Balme.an be
fned froJi M. A. Miller.
Go to S. P. Bach for boots and shoes,
Mrs. W. J. Ray will do plain sewing.
Chas. Hind man Is back to Lebanon
W. H. Booth M. D. physician and
surgeon, Lebanon Oregon.
18 pounds extra C sugar for (1 at
T. C. Peebler's.
We are informed that Mrs. M V
Doud has been seriously ill with ery
sipelas the past week. ,
- Prof. Torbet attended commence
ment exercies at the Willamette Uul
versity at Salem, this week.
Mr. Geo. Ichum, who had charge of
the depot during . Mr. Bennetts
absence, has returned to his home in
Mr. I. R. Borum bought 9 lot in
J. M. -Balaton's third addition this
week, and Intends building on It some
time during the summer.
- Rev. G S Hauleiter and Geo. F
Burkhart went to Corvallis Tuesday,
to attend the meeting of the board of
trustees of Corvallis College.
Next Sunday evening "Children's
day," will be observed at the M. E.
church. An excellent program: "The
peart gatherers," will be rendered. All
welcome. The pastor will preach at
11 A. M.
Rev. Hanlleter requests us to
that in Sept., about 1st to 15th, he will
begin a camp-meeting, just north of
the ditch on Lebanon and Albany
road. Bishop Key and other promi
nent ministers are expected to assist
during the meeting.
Rev. T P Boyd was at Drain, Doug
lass count v, on Suuday last and
preached the academy sermon at
Douirlass academy. His pulpit was
filled Sunday morning by Bev Hick
man and at night by Rev Case.
The Express has received a good
communication from Mr Lewis T
South who is now at FUensburg
Wash., in regard to his trip from his
home in this county, but it is unavoid
ably crowded out.
On Wednesday S. O. Long sold his
place in the northern part of town, to
S. A, Cochell for the consideration of
$500. The place has a real nice young
orchard on it and Mr. Cochell says he
will soon make it as nice a home as
there is around Lebanon.
Will exchange for a good milk cow,.
one new sewing machine, latest im
provements, high arm, full set of at
tachments, flnf furniture, all walnut,
seven drawers and drop leaf, self
bander and threader. Apply to the
new Jeweler at City drag store.
On and after June 1st. R. N. Wright
will take charge of my books and is
hereby duly authorized to make all
collections. All accounts are now due
and must be paid at once. I need my
money as without it I cannot do busi-
Please be ready to settle as
soon as your account comes to you.
By a recent act of the legislature,
practicing physicians were required to
register with a board of examiners the
authority under which they practice
their profession. Among the number
who neglected to do so, was Dr. Lam
berson, it was therefore necessary for
him to go before the board and stand
examination, whieh he did,
and returned home happy in the
posession of a certificate with the reg
ulation golden seal thereon.
On last Monday Mr. Coyle, our mar
shal, took the young German boy
Emii Wen land, who has been laying
around town for the past two weeks,
to Albany where he was examined
before Judge Blackburn by Drs. Hill
aud Ellis, and committed to the
asylum to which place he was taken
by Deputy Sheriff Rawlings. , The
cause ot Wenland's insanity is self
abuse. He is a native of Germany,
20 years of age, 5 feet 8 inches tall and
weighs 150 pounns.
Last week we were favored with a
full account of the proceedings of the
Wl'TU convention held in Portland
May 25th and 26th, written by Mrs M
J Townsend of Albany, which on ac
count of reaching us to lateo could not
be put in type. The meeting was a
very profitable one. The officers for
the ensuing year are president, Mrs
Riggs; Mrs H Sham, recording secre
tary; Mrs Foster, corresponding secre
tary; Mrs Bylea, treasurer. The mem
ship is 1728 active and 690 honorary.
An emigrant recently from Kansas
brought to the Scio Roller Mills sever
al sacks of corn that he had brought at
the way from the state famed for grass
hoppers, drouths, cyclones, Farmers
Alliance, etc The corn was brought
to the mill to be ground into meal,
which Mr. Goin, with his old-time
knowledge, proceeded to do. The quer
rj is whether the emigrant expected a
scarcity of food here when he arrived,
or whether he bad a penchant tor
'Johnny cake" that he was afraid was
not included In an Oregon bill of fare.
F H Rosco, of Albany, was in this
Ed Kellen burger's pony fell with
him, and bruised him consideraby
last Saturday. As a consequence he
has a stiff knee.
If there is an ordinance acrainst ball
nlavincr on the business streets of Leb
anon the people should uphold mar
shal Coyle in his effort to stop that
nusiancc. If there is no ordinance
against it' the council should pass one.
Tbe Corvallis base ball nine was In
Lebanon last Friday to play our boys.
The home team won a victory in a
score of 34 to 22. Wednesday last,
Lebanon plaved the same team on the
Corvallis ground. The result was 6 to
12 in favor of Lebanon.
Ruceles oriental circus aud com
bined Show" did not exhibit in Leb
anon on account of the charge made
the way of license. It is to be
hoped other snide attractions of like
sort will be prevented from showing
in tins Jity
Mr. Thomas Miller, of Chicago, is in
Mr. James Mulverhill is back again.
His many friends were glad to see his
smiling countenance on our streets
Remember those sacred vows you
made to your wife, and save her batik,
lungs and beauty by investing in a
Pacific Washing Machine
Wantkd: Every body to bring their
dirty clothing to tbe office of the
Pacific Washing Machine, and have
them washed, free of charge. We re
quest that you do this to test the
merits of the machine.
Tbere were over forty-live of our
citizens went over to Corvallis Wednes
day to witness tbe second match game.
They report a nice time notwithstand
ing th rain and said they were treat
ed well, but Corvallis "wasn't in it."
Corvallis and Lebanon will play
another game Saturday at this place.
Mr J D Adcox, the City jeweler, has
rented a part of the Hardmau house,
he expects his family hore Saturday
when he will move in.
Mr Jim Settle has been suffering
considerably with a carbuncle for the
past week or so.
JLebanon Canal Co.
The stockholders of the Lebanon 8a
ntlam Canal Co. are requested to meet
iu the Union Hall, Tuesday June 19,
at 7:30 p. m. for the purpose of increas
ing Capital Stock of said Company.
By order of Board of Directors.
M A MtLLRR,
From a reliable source the Express
has It that considerable excitement was
occasioned at the baptizing at Water
loo, on last Sunday. It seems that
among other can i dates for baptism
was a youth of tender years. His
mother was in favor of tbe course
purposed by her boy, but the father
when apprised of tbe boy's intentions
at once interposed his objection; but
despite .the parental protests the
young man made his preparations and
had gone to the baptising place; and
tbe minister had led him into the
water when the father appeared upon
the scene and iuterferred, going luto
tne water and taking the boy out.
Some excitement was occasioned by
the very unusual interruption of the
ordinance. We understand that the
reason the father gave foi Interference,
was that the child was not sufficiently
mature to understand what he -v
about. The parties are highly i
pec table and we withhold their
becoming 10 our eweet Home cor
respondent, says the Albany Domocrat
black bear are occasionally seen in this
locality. A few days aeo, while going
10 see uis best girl, Oliver H Russell
met a large bear right In the trail, and
as the road was not wide enough for
two, Oliver took to bis heels; making
directly for home; but when some 100
yards or so away he looked back and
buin was making off as fast as Russel
As John A Thompson says, had Russel
Kept up his rate of travel he would
have been home f n little over hah an
hour, as he was jumping ten or twelva
feet every jump. This incident Is said
to probably explain why Mr. Russell
came to be lost last fall while out with
Dick Morehead and others.
Read the Pacific
Washing Mac nine
See the card of J F Hide Fn
wnere. Mr i-I vde was latelv mnoinr.
ed J. P. in this nrecincc and iHtm
especial attention to pension business.
TheEmi A Mont auto's Vandervill
comoination exhibited here Tuesday
ana VVeduesdny nights. On the
morning for aeimrture some unnleaA-
antness among some of its members
i smiu occasioned tne oesersion of a
part ff the leading characters, and it
is thought here that the show has
gone to pieces.
Tbe Pacific Washinir Machine is
surely a grand success, as it is so
highly recommended bv many of tbe
best citizens of Oreeon. Our neonle
should investigate its merits.
Mr J N Bunch, of the firmof Bunch
AWiUiams the proprietors of the
Pacifie Washing Machine Co.. was in
town yesterday. Mr Bunch ha rent
ed a part of the sample room of the St.
Charleshotel and will have his washer
on ex i bit ton for the next few weeks.
Mr Bunch comes amone us well rec
omraended and well spoken of and we
believe they do what they say.
Rev. J R Kirknatrick returned from
Attention is called to tbe new adver
tisement of Mr Hiram Baker. This
gentleman has not been long among us
nut is rasi ouiiaing up a trade equal to
that of any of the merchants of the
-Notice is hereby given that there
will be a meeting of the trustees of the
Santiam Academy, on Monday June
21, in the Academy building.
J. A. dEARD,
$500 Reward. We will rav 500.
for a washing that we cannot wash as
clean as can be washed in one fourth
the time required in the old wash
BU NCH & Wl LU A MS.
Notice is hereby given to all parties
indebted to Barbour Bros, or to Bar
bour & Dalgleish, of Lebanon, Oregon,
that all debts due either of said' firms
must be paid at once, or satisfactory
arrangements made therefor. Other
wise the undersigned will be forced to
institute suit for the collections of said
debts. Lebanon, Or., June 8, 1891.
N. 3. Datxletsh.
Samuel. M. Gaklad,
Ttie3day even Ingwehad one of the
most interesting games of base ball of
the season. The business men of the
east side and tbe business men of the
west side of Main street, excluding the
olaversof the other nines. The men
on tbe west side of the street wore blue
overalls as uniforms. They played
for an oyster supper. The sides dis
tinguished themselves as the Oriential
and Occidentals. The whole thing
wasgotienup in less, than two hours
abd all played withoutauy practising
at all. Following are names of the
palyers. West si de: Ralston, Rice,
Hackeeman, Adcox, F m Miller, cotton ,
Himbro, c Miller. East side: Hale,
Petterson, Garland, Parrish. Hardy,
Gug, Montague, Gorden, Adams. The
score stood 19 to 43 iu favor of the
We the undersign d west side base ball
club, homing an kid gruage againsc
the east side clu bfor beating us in the
last frame do hereby en alien ire tne said
east side club for a return game to be
plaved on the Lebanon grownds Tues
day 1:30 P m torstrawberris and cream
not skimmed milk) to be bad at the
usual supper hour the winner deciding
the place for supper.
P ft This came is to decide tbe sup
remacy of the two clubs and is under
stood to be for blood
M A Miller Capt
The east side B B Club accepts the
above challenge with the proviso that
in case the west side are v c ors they
will play the third game to decide
which is champion
li. E Montague, capt
COUNTY COURT ntOCEKDlNG;
(D. R. N. Blackburn, Judge; B. W. Cooper and
Wm. Rwnbaiijrh, Commissioners.)
Fees inquest of Aumspungh, deceas
Fees inquest of Carry G. Young al
lowed. Fees State vs Bingham allwed.
Fees State vs Tony Arnold allowed.
Fees Inquest Truman Davis allowed.
O P Coshow aid Kitts family 810 00
G C Cooley aid Mrs. Clark 6 00
Ladies Aid Soc mid Long family 30 00
Cox&FInley aid Henderson family 10 00
W E Curl, salary 83 83
D R N Blackburn, fees 100 00
G F Russell fees 50 00
Dr. L Foley acct poor 6 00
F Stelngrandt, liear scalp 2 50
Fees State vs Til ford Paul 5 00
Western Dygert Book Mfg Co 8 00
E C Phelps, stationery 4 75
C W Watts, stationery 8 00
Albany Electric Light Co 27 50
Dr M H Ellis, insane 5 00
Dr Davis, insane 5 00
N P Payne, 4 00 j
C H Dodd &, Co roads 270 00 1
Geo D Barnard A Co 19 00
N P Payne, Tees 33 61
M Scott, fees 34 50
G F Russell, postage 1 65
T J Stites, examining teachers 24 00
F M Mitchell, same 4 00
G F Russell, same 4 00
D Myers & Co acct poor 12 00
E T Fisher acct road . 34 50
D Hart acct poor 25 00
McCully Ray, roads 15 30
Hugh Dunwiddie road sup 20 00
G W Young, Marion Co pay half 108 00
Hoult Bros, same
H Ohling ronds 75 00
G W Arnold, roads 8 92
Thos Montelth stationery 22 00
Frank Trite? acct insane 2 50
John Usher, acct court house 10 00
T rites Bros aect roads 250
T L Wallace A Co acct insane 3 75
John Donaca sup Dist 25, allowed
1200 feet of lumber
County Judge aud clerk ordered to
procure 30 cords of oak and 4 cords fir
Clerk ordered" to advertise for bids
for keeping paupers
Claim of Mrs J J Davis for keeping
l uos tuiey otsnnowea.
Sup of road dist 12, allowed 6400 feet
J B Thompson, sup road dist 18
sign and M B Case appointed.
J F Hyde appointed justice for Leb
A Wonder Worker.
air. Fran k Huffman, a young man
of Burlington. Ohio, states that he had
been unuer t ue care or two prominent
puysicians, ana usea tnetr treatment
until he was not able to get around.
They pronounced his case to be Con
sumption and incurable. He was per
suaded to try Dr. King's New Discov
ery tor consumption, Coughs and colds
and at that time was not able to walk
across the street without resting. He
found, before he had used half of
dollar bottle, that be was much better:
he continued to use it and is enjoying
good health. If you have any '1 hniat,
Lung or ihest trouble, try it. we
guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle
free at Roberts A Miller's drug store.
A BIO 31 IMNG DEAL.
Last week a mining agreement wca
entered into between Mr. Richard
Harris, of Denver Col. and the Jo! den
City Mining Co., of this city which
will mean mnch for the future of the
Santiam mines. In consideration of
certain stock, Mr. Harris, who is back
ed by Denver capitalist, and Is well off
himself, is to put in a ten stamp mill
into the company mines, besides a wire
tramway and tbe building of roads to
the ledge, requiring the expenditure
of nearly $50,000. This com puny owns
twenty of the best claims in the Samti-
am county and their development with
a large milt speaks of business from the
start. Under tbe contract the outfit
is to be ready for operation by Jan 1st
next. Mr. Harris left last week for
Denver and remarked that he thought
he would be ready to ship some of the
outfit within thirty days. He Is an old
and experienced miner, and prospect
ing through the Santiam pronounced
these mines among the best in the U.
S. The bringing of outside capital
into the mines wilt do more to attract
the attention of the public than any
move yet made. Democrat.
This remedy is becoming so well
known and so popular as to need no
special mention. All who have used
Electric Bitters sing the same song of
praise. A purer medicine does not ex
ist and It is guaranteed to de all that is
claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all
diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will
remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Rheum
and other affections caused by Impure
blood. win drive Aiaiaria irom tne
system and prevent as well as cure all
Malarial fevers. For cure of Head
ache, Constipation and Indigestion try
Electric Bitters. Entire satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. Price
50 cts. and (1.00 per bottle at Roberts A
Miller's drug Btore.
BRING TOUR HORSES
L Senders will be in Lebanon on
Friday June 19th for the purpose of
buying horses of the following discrip
tion, bays, blacks aud grays, gentte to
ride under saddle and also broke to
work, age 6 to 8 years old 15 to 16
hands high, weight 950 to 1150 pounds
sound and without blemish also a num
ber of good carrage horses, and some
heavy draft horses. Everybody
bring in horses of this description if
you want to sell.
FtTJLX. CKEAN CHKESE.
Notice Is hereby given to the cheese
patrons of the Lebanon factory, and to
tbe general public, that we have se
cured the services of Mr. M. P. Taylor,
au old and experienced cheese-maker.
The skill and despatch with which he
conducts the business, give evidence of
a thorough knowledge of what he is
doing. By June 20 we expect to have
on hand a quality of cheese unexcelled
by any made elsewhere in the State.
We hope to extend our trade to every
tows and city in Oregon, and to fur
nish an article which will be appreci
ated by continued patronage, AU or
ders, large and small, will be promptly
With many thanks to our patrons of
Lebanon, Albany, Scio and Corvallis,
we cordially await all orders.
J. M. Makks.
Ice for Sale.
The Albany Ice Co. have filled our
Ice house, and all parlies wishing ice
can get it by calling on us at 1 cent per
pouud. Guv Mayek.
Good place to buy good material is at Baker's. He keeps
a good assortment of Boots and Shoes, from the smallest
infant's to a full grown
AVe take pride in giving the
money; and by the amount of
sold, our close observation has
n 0. H"V ''B'Vk I lt,HjH XI
A W JLVi 2-9
them the best. The reason we
cash and sell for the same.
and enables us to buv from the
We Take Porduce at Cash Prices.
We wish to announce to our good friends in
Lebanon and vicinity that
all in, and is
ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL
FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE
Ever Brought to the
We carry everything that
anteed to fit equally as well
can fit you.
Among other celebrated
carry a full -line of the
A full and complete line
ranging in price from $7
Agents for Albany Woolen Goods, and a full line
A full line of Shoes and Boots at Popular Prices.
Latest Styles and Patterns in Furnishing Goods.
Come and see us when in the city.
T. 1j. Wallace & Co.,
ALBANY'S LEADING CLOTHIERS.
The Birthplace of Great and Honest Bargains."
WHEN YOU GO TO ALBANY
Knapp, Burrell & Company
-ABB TUB LAHOEST DKAI.KBS ITS-
On the Pacillo Const.
THEY ABE ALSO
Bain Wagons, Oliver Chilled
Ing Binders and Mowers,
-AND DEALERS IN-
Fine Buggies, Racine Hacks, Road Carts, Wagons
And Vehicles of Kvery Description, Barb Wire, Etc
Call and Examine Their Stock. Orders by Mail or Telegraph
Promptly Amended To.
best, and selling for the least
all kinds of footwear we have
I 11 I I ::i;ii::ii:::i:t
can 'do this we buy for the
Our "one price" cash store1
best houses and sell for the
our Spring Stock is now
is New and Novel, guar
as your Merchant Tailor
brands and "makes, we
of Men's Business Suits
50 to $14.
and Steel Plows, Deer-
Lightning Hay Press, Etc.,
H. R0SC0E,' Manager.
We cannot all go and fight Italians; some must Btay at
home, aud look after the widows and orphans, wives and
We cannot all he heroes; some of us must stay at home
and sell Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, &c. Hut there is con
siderable s;lory for the man who succeeds in being the best
merchant of Lebanon. We are trying to secure the glory
with a capital G, aud are succeeding pretty well. It is get
ting to be quite generally recognized that we are setting the
pace for our competitors. When people want anything in
our line they know we are apt
We Like It,
To be understood, and will try verj hard to keep up our reputation.
Dealer in Dry Goods,
WHEN VISITING ALBANY,
DON'T FAJL TO SEE THE
L. E BLAIN'S.
Also an Elegant Stock of
ing Department with
WILL & LINK,
(Successors to Will Bros ,)
Pianos and Organs,
Invite the people of Lebanon
II. P. MILLER
VOSK & SONS'
These instruments they keep in stock, bat solicit orders for "Steinway" and
Weber" Pianos. Our prices are tbe lowest. Sheet Music Books and Small
Instruments a speciulty. Tbe best Sewing Machine iu the market on easy
terms. Write for catalogues.
W. J. Hay,
lew Horses ! ! !
e Baggies ! !
IS HEW AND
We solicit a share of the patronage of the public generally.
Special attention given to Draying and Hauling.
HAY & PETERSON, Lebanon, Or
Nichols, Westfall & Co.,
Livery, loed n
Special attention shown Commercial
Transient stock carviutly cared tor.
to have the lowest pric on it.
Boots and Shoe for CASH.
Cloths in Merchant Tailor
& Sewing xMachines,
and vicinity to acquaint them
NEW MAN TIROS'.
. L. J. Peterson -
lev Harness ! f ! !
We can furnish tbe best and
Nicest Toro-onts in Ton.
Stock boarded b
jjL4Mi' he day or month..
ul Sulo 4 till5s.