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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1891)
H. Y. KIRKPATRICK,
Jiditor and - Proprietor.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. -
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Lebanon's or Jiuances Publish! !
Lebanon is htvc of the beat busi
ness locations in Oregon.
The Oregon Press Association
will be held at Astoria, Aug. 27-29.
Maj. Wm. McKinley has been
nominated by the republicans of
Ohio for governor, which was ex
. pected. v
. The city ordinances of Lebanon
should be gathered from the several
corner of the earth, codified and
imblisued. Publish them.
It is a shame that a city of the
importance of Lebanon should popt
its ordinances as dot he villages of a
few hundred people, Publish
A great throng of immigrat ion is
flocking to this coast. Lebanon is
retting a share of the people set
tling in the valley; but ought to get
more. Advertise more.
Governor Pennoyer has been in
vited to address the Tammany hall
democratic societv, in Xew York,
July 4. Declined on account of
public duties at home.
- Without any pre-arrangement of
plans tue monument of Jetterson
l)avi3, at Jackson, Miss., and that
of CJen; Grant, at Galena, Ills., were
unveiled on the same dav.
The Globe-Democrat thinks that
President Harrison should be
thankful that his son Russell was
not born twins, It seems to think
that Rnsseli talks too much with
"With the completion of the ditch
new mo nufactories will come, more
lieople will come. It w ill be necces
pary to enact manv ordinances.
Iviust the people be ignorant of
them? Publih them.
A town to be prosperous must be
'racked by a country that is prolific
in resources. Lebanon has all that
is necessary in this particular to
make her grow to many times her
pnesent size; and she goes forward
H the time.
The Commencement of work on
Hue canal means a revival in all
business departments. Its com
paction mens the erection of man
ufacturing enterprises and the
i iicalcula table good of Lebanon.
Vote for the bonds.
The people of Lebanon have the
right to demand to know what the
city fathers are doing. At present
"W1er must gather theii only infor
jiifttiou from the ordinances as
lted if indeed they know where
they are posted. Publish them.
Lftbanon is a city that has doubl
ed its population in a single year,
and likely to do so again the pres
ent year, with no better means of
publishing its laws than by
p-o-s-t-i-n-g nailed to the tree
who can read them? Publish them.
Those persons most given to op
posing public improvement, if you
will observe, are usually those not
the most successful in the manage
meit of their own affairs. They
neither put their energy to the ad
TJincement of "their own nor the
yu.ilic interes t.
A Portland justice of the peace
lias decided that the election was
illegal, and consequently refused to
hold a prisoner for intimidating
Twrters. Considerable fun is being
poked at his hon ir, and thegeneral
upinioa is that the new city officers
wrll hold their positions in spite of
tins remarkable opinion.
Two years ago Lebanon was not
as-la-rge a town nor hud as flatter
ing prospects as Stay ton now has
Stay toil Times.
Try, Bro. Lyon, to induce the
good people to follow- the example
of" our little city Bat 35 new
buildings in Stayton, in 18 month,
as against 130 in Lebanon, in 12
xnoiiths, to anybody but the faith
ful, ever-hopeful country editor,
would be discouraging.
Ex-Senator Joseph E. McDonald
is dead. He was a great democratic
leadcr,and was popularly mentioned
for the democrotic nomination for
the presidency when Grover Cleve
land was choson in- 1884: he was
elected to congress in 1843; in 1856 !
. .... ,1 ,j ..,! f '
vus- elected attorney-general ot .
Indiana; In 1S64 was defeated for
governor; and in 1875 was elected
to the U. S. Semite, serving one
term. As a constitutional lamer
lie ranked with Lamoiias and Gar- j
A special to the Statesman trom
Jt. Joseph Mo., dated June 22 says:
The Missouri river is higher than
f-.ir several years and is still rising.
All the government works on the
Kansas shore has been abandoned.
The rapidity with which the surg
ing waters are cutting away the
Kansas bank can best be imagined
when it is ptatrii half Ticre lots
have been tumbling iuto the river
ever since yesterday morning. A
workman, who came in from Bel
mont to-day, stated that the neck
if land which separates the river
north and south is less than a
quarter of a mile wide. At the
rate the river is now cutting the
land away it would require but a
short time to place the Etwoed
rubnrbon the inland and leave St.
Joseph two miles from the river.
This would also leave St. Joseph's
Si 1.000,000 bridge standing over a
dry spot where the river once
wended its way south.
ITHE BOND ISSSUE.
Lebnuon's ! Best
Shall e Bond tbCUy Tor $10 000 ?
Next Monday, Jnn 29th the
question whether tu not we shall
bond the town will be submitted to
the leal voters of Lebanon. The
issues as stated in a posted ordin
ance are, in substance, as follows:
cMinll the citv issue bonds for the
sum of $10,000. The monev de
rived from the sale of such bonds
to be used; First, for the purpose of
securing, erecting and maintain
ing good and sulficiedt waterworks
to supply said city with good and
wholesome water municipal and
otherwise; Second, to build, manage
and carry on gas and electric light
systems for the supply of light to
Hie city and its inhabitants; llnrd,
for the construction and maintain-
anee of a seweiage system; Fourth,
to erect such city buildings as are
necessary. All qualified electors
in city limits may vote. Election
3 a. m. to 7 r-. M. "
A representative of the Express
called upon some of the business
men for an expression of their
views with the following result:
F. M. Miller: I amopposed to the
proposition to bond the town,
localise it is unnecessary and an
unwise course and will greatly in
Hiram Baker: I am in favor of
the proposition, and think the
citv should own its own water
works and light svstem.
G. T. Cotton : I will oppose t he
proposition as stated because 1 do
not understand tor what purpose
this money is to be expended.
J. V. alensie: 1 lavor the issue
of the bonds on account of the pro
tection afforded the town trom fire,
with good water works. The citv
would derive a revenue from the
Dr. L. Folev: We are now carry
ins? $5300 in bonds and I think it
bad policy to issue more. The
ditch will come without the citv
going into this. I doubt if the city
can legally do so. 1 probably have
more than double the amount of
stock held bv anv one else.
CV C. Hacklema-n: While I have
not given the matter much thought
you may put me down as being in
tavor ot anything that will pro
mote the growth of Lebanon. Good
water power and water works no
doubt is a good advantage to a
place, hence I shall work and vote
to tiond the city next .Monday.
ts M. W. Hmdman: 1 am op
posed to the proposition. Bufficent
capital can be had without aid
from the citv to construct the
ditch, and it will be put in without
Mich aid. I think the city has all
it is able to carry now.
E. E. Montague: I am in favor
if bonding the city. I think the
city should own its own water
works and light svstem.
M. A. Miller: I favor bonding
the town. It is to the city s best
interest to own its own water and
lights. This will enable the city
to forestall exorbitant charges for
same hereafter on the citizens, and
I.esidcs they add to the enterprise
if building a ditch and water works
for the protection of the citv.
Mayor J. A. Beard: Ibanon ought
toown her own water and lights and
1 am heartily m lavor ot the issue
ot the bonds proposed. It will ad
vance the best interest of the cit v.
Councilman, G. W. Westfall: I
am in favor of tne enterprise
because I t hink a perpetual water
right for the city one ot the greatest
things the city could accomplish at
this time; besides it will bring a
revenue instead of increasing our
Conncilman J. V. Cruson: Let
Lebanon own her own water and
lights. If there is monev in them
for others there is for the city.
W. D. Mesarvey: I am in favor
of the building of the ditch, but I
do not think Lebanon ought to
vote $ 10,000 in bonds. It is too
heavv tax upon so small a town.
Recorder VV. C Peterson: The
bonds ought to issue. If it will
pay others to own and operate
water works and light plants it
will pay Lebanon, rather than pay
the charges; which may become
Swan Bros: The town ought to
issue the bonds. Its best interests
demand it. It will be cheaper to
buy a franchise before the ditch
comes than after.
P. M. Smith: I think it is best
for the city to issue the bonds. The
ditch will probably be put in any
aw.vy but 1 think the city gaina
an advantage by going into this
. "V " , tL- I , u
bonding the town and think Leba-
&, . .
S5. P. Bach: 1 am in tavor of
nun ought to own its own water
and light business.
In voting it should be borne in
. , "in i . i , j
j IJOilus vuut uauub, Duuum itrau
'yes" if against it say "no" or in
other words you vote whole hog or
If you favor buying the water
right and are opposed to the main
taiuance of electric lights, sewerage,
and public buildings, or vice veca,
it remains for you to say wnich
horn of the dilema 3 0U take. It is
eit her yes or no.
That the main issue may not be
misunderstood we will say that the
main object, as we understand it,
in issnina the bonds is that the
city may put a sullicient amount of
money in t secure the putting in
of the ditch, anil therefore acquire
a water-right, perpetually.
Attend mass-meeting to-night.
With Water-works, electric lights,
sewerage system and puhlic hall.
Won't vre jnt n ni:?. Vnt for
Kobody can dictate prices to tl.e
city owning its own water-workp.
Vote for ths bonds.
$100 Reward. $100.
The rculelT f tlio Kxprkhm wtU lip iilt'ast'il
to learn that t!H'rvi.nt list fine ln'iu1til
liwnsc that m-ient-v luts Uit'ii iiMe tn cntv iti
nl) it staircs, inul tliut is Catarrh, lint)'
t-atnrrh l.urc if the only tosiTiif.: in mi r
known to tin; nu'iHral 'triuornity. Catarrh
beina u ronstitutiotial ilisrum;,' reiluirt u
constitutional treatment. Hull1 t'ntnrrh
Cure is taken internally, aetinir clireetlv
upon the Mood nmi nmconis ?uirface of the
.-lystiun, thereby tlistroyinjr the toumliition
of the (license, anil giying the patient
ttvnjrth liy tmililin? mi the e-iinstit iitioii
sntl iixsietini; nature in doinv its work. The
aroiirietors liavo so mwh tiiitli in its rura
nive jiovren that they otfer One Hundred
Hollars ftir anv ease that it fails to euro.
tSend for list of testimonials. Address F. J
t heney f) Co., Toledo, o- Sold by Drupjiis
Notice is hereby given to all parties
fndeltedto Barbour Bvos. or to Bar
bour A Dalgleisb, of Lebanon, Oregon,
that all debts due either of said firm
must be paid at once, or satisfactory
arrangements made therefor. Other
wise the undersigned will be forced to
institute suit for the collections of satd
ilcbta. Lebanon, Or., June 8, 1891.
N. S. BAr.iii.Kisil.
Samitkt,. M. Gahlasd,
A Sure Care for Film.
Itching Piles are known by moisture
like perspirntkMi causing intense itch
ing when warm. This form, as well
as blind, bleeding anil protruding,
vield at once to Ir. Bnsanko's Pile
rtemedy, which acts directly on the
parts affeeted, absorbs tutrKirs, allays
itching and effects a permanent cure.
oOc. IruiKists or mail: treatise free.
Dr. Bosanfco, SS Arch street, Pliiladtl-
pliia, Fa. riolil by M. A. Miller.
Notice o Farrhem.
Wanted at once, chickens, ducks,
geese, turkeys, dried fruits, butter,
eirsrs, and nil hinds of fnrm produce.
for which 1 will pay the highest price
tn ensn or exenange tor goods.
G. W. SiMrsoN".
The Yaquina Route.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
T. E. Hogg, Receiver,
Oregon Development Co'sSteamshg Line
225 MII Shorter. 20 Hours t-s Tlnwl
Ttuui by mny otber Boote.
FIRST-CLASS THROUGH fA88ENGCft AND
From Pnrtlmml and all point in the "Willamette
Valley to and from San Francisco, Cai.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIME SCHEDULE (Except Sundays.)
I.r Yaiju'iia 7:00 A M
i.r Ciirvailis 10SK A M
Ar Albany llW A M
L.T Albaov It JO I M
LvCnn-alti- lit: P M
Ar Yrtquiiia 4:X P M
O.AO. trains connect at Albany and Corvitllfr.
The above tiains connect at Yaquina with tlw
iivFon lievi-lotuneiit Compnnj 's line of Stvani
hits between Yaquina and Saai Fnaa-isco-
S. S. Willamette Valley
lrm Ynquinn lime 4, June 13. June 2
Krom Sim Fntncis May SI, " 3, 18 fc 27.
Tlif rnmpanv resrnc? the ricfat to change a(T
ing dates without notice.
WM. M. IIOAO.
C. C. HOfJUE. (icner&l Manager.
G. F. A I'. Agent. Corvallis, Or.
Land Otfice at Orepon ""itv.rvjron, 1
Xortee fc hereby ii-en that the foilowiiiy-namwl
ettlw ha ft!e4 nt:ipe of his Intention to make
f;nal proof In siiort of his claim, and that saul
proof will le male befire the Comity CIitIc ol
i inn County, at Altwny. regon, on July ly. lvra,
S. X. MII.LAH1N
SConiestead Entry No. 55!. for the E. M of X. W.
i. and Lrts 1, "J. ;i and 4, Pec 6. Tp. IB. s. R- I YV.
He nacief the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon nnd cultiva
tion of. f-aid hind, viz Cieoree Iiv;r. liwuw? W'W-
n. fitHrjfe Khim and James VmicWri-ool, all tf
J. T. API'EJIS- tX, nesier.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Oreaon (llv, Orvjnn.
Mav 21. l.'l.
Xotice is hereby Riven that the ftVUowiuitr-tanied
settler has iiled "notice of his intention to make
tiiial nnf in sunnort of h elnira. and that j-airt
proof will be nuule before the ("ouniy t'lerk of
l.inn loUHt', at Afuauy, uregtm. on j;oy n. i;u,
OKEX C. MABSHALU
Pre-emption 1. S. Xo. 711. the Cor S. W.
i. and Iotf :; mid 4. Sec. :W. Tp. 12 S.. K. 2 K.
lie names the following w itnewes to pn-e his
eontinuoifci PL"ileni-e upon and cultivation of. salt!
land, viz; tJeorsv t;ihb. O--ar W. Monih, An
drew Vail and William Hale, all of llKinon. Linn
Comity, Oregon. J. T. APPEKSON, liefjister.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at (Preset, f "itv. Onrm,
Max- lfOl. f
ICotiep fe horphviriventliat the litllowlti-iianietl i
nettle, has tiled 'notice of hi Intention to make i
final ijroof in support of liis clitim, ami that n&il j
proof will he maU- before the wuity Clerk of,
Li:m Cotiuly, itt Albany, Hivjon. oa JaXv 14, 1K1H,
Pre-emption D. S. Xo. 711 frrtlie K.of Jf. TH.
ami E. y. of S. E J-i. See. 3t. Tp. 1J 8., R. 1 E.
He nanie the following- wiine-es to prove hi
eont innou. refdilenee nptw anrt cultivation of. said
land, viz: Owear V. Morrish, Oreit C Marshall, C.
Dunkins and L. (rowdley. nil "f I-cbanon. Linn
County. Oregon. J. T. AI'l'EKSOS, Kegister.
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
Changed Every W?eV.
Hay $15 pr ton.
Flour 1 401 50 per sack.
Chop $1 50 per ewt.
J$ran 90c per cwt.
Middlings 1 60 per cwt. .
Apples Dried, 8c per lb.
Piums Dried, 7c.
Heef Dressed, 67c
Pork Dressed. 5J6c.
Hams 12JSM5C per lb.
Bhou lders 9 10c.
Sides 10(312J,e per lb.
Oeesc 81 f( 12 per doi.
Ducks $7 50 per doz.
Chickens H 00(S;-5 00.
Turkeys 12ej per lb.
Kggs 18c per doz.
Iintter2rtc per lb.
Hides Ureen, 24c; dry, 6c
MKTHtlIsr KPlNfJi'Aij ;iil m:il inomna
P Rovd. naxtor Services everv Sublwith at 11 A. I
M. and 7 r. M. Sabbath school at 10 A. M. Meet- i
itipof the Euwerth Lenene at 3 P. M. Pi aver
tinirTJinrsfiiiv cveninc 7:S0 o'i'ltM-k. All are I
invited to aiten-1 these servieiis. j
PRKSBYTSJil AN H1'K IT A. '.unt Tins, pas '
tor. Serviws ewrv al.la,; at 11 A M uii'l 7'M I
V YF Sfthlrtith t'h'-.l at II' V. M. Vravor nifot-
inR Wednesday evening at 7:31) ..'clock. All vvel-
crMBFRLAKl li;iJSBYTE3.f VS riTl RClfi
K. E. Thompson, imjitor. Preaching: services eneh i
Saljoath at 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Prnyer iik-i'I-
ing Wednesday eveninp at 7::o. SuimI.iv ricliiMil j
every Sabbath at 10 A. M. I
M. K rHUKCH. SOl'TIT d. S. Hanlclfer. pas-J
tor. PreachinePrst b.!Ufi u ai ti a. .m. imki eacn
Sat uat li evening ftt :;. f-Mtumy i. -u. , preent tlietu. witn .r-.ter voueiier". 10 uie uuuer-
ColtaL'e nraver mceilnn c.ich .'riday evening. J sint'd. nl the rtore of Harbour .V ;:;ilseih, Iban
Everybody welcome. I mi, Linn county. Oregon, wiilri:i fix months irom
FIRPT BAPTIST Cl.rnci. C. P. T.iim ir. Ta.- : ibis Oale. IU-iiion or . Juit-' .". '1. . .
tor. Services held ir. the Acado.iv. Pr-:i T::ti'-
We use the Pacific Washing Machine
IWe don't use the Pacific Washing Machine
Kotice What it Claim For the Pacific.
:l snow, in J minutes.
any uiachlne on the market.
PKTosn Xo labor.
TuiKli No rtrtibhijr
FofBTH No time(cotupnratively)
Fifth Xa fuel (eomparatively
Sixth Xo chesxirate to rot the garment
Seventh Xo foaklns
Eighth No nnmniiig or pounding
Ninth Xo boiling
Tenth Xo werinc
Elcvkhth Xo tearing
The machine will save the arerajte family 25
;ier cent per year by not rubbing or wearing the
ctothfng in the withine ptvrw. to Kay nothing of
its great saving oTlabor, fuel and time. "Seeing
is believing," so please see our machine operate
I fore you object, or buy some inferior machine.
eadWhatYoBrHeighbors Say of UteFacific
El'aEXF., Or, Aprl, 1S91.
We, the uni?rr!rfilrri citizen of Ku
7frne, Oregon, having thnrotrghttf tented
tt'ie Paeiri-t! Wtvthiriff Milehinc fio moat
hrerfulhi reeommrnrl the rimr to afl
:cho iteei a fiifif-etst mrtehine. It wj
it work perfect?! remetrkethte Khwt
t:me,tittd without uni Ifihor, o fopertk
ft m all thftt Jr.--! jiuneh A
-laim it to be. It ijt the bet maekine
we have acen uxed, and does its work
A G Hovev, Pres Lane Co Bank,
T G Ilenilricks, 1'res 1st Xat Bank
G A Blair and wife, Pastor C P
F M Wilkins
SAML. M. GARLAND,
ATTORNEY- AT - LAW.
CEO. W. WRIGHT,
A.ND ICOTARV Pl'BLlC,
Will pnirtlcc- In all thp ronrts of tnl Hlate.
Otliti;, front rtKnns over Imuk of Otvgoii.
DR. W. C. NEGUS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Graduate of Royn! Collrpe of Lomlon nntl Bi-11-vwe
Mediml Colleei. Maw.
f 'hnMiie ewes a speoiaUy.
Cancer reniored wtthool pain or Hie Vnife.
OFFICE Klrkitat rick's building. Lebanon, Or
FORTMIUER & IRYIMG,
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE,
CARPKTSWA PAPEP. AND
Undertaking a Specialty.
W. L. DOUGLAS
0 1 1 m and other Bpeclal.
H II r ties for Gentlcmna
W ia Ladies etc-, r war
ranted, and so stamped on bottom. Address
C. C. HACKLEMAN.
! NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
! Land Office at Oregon Cfty. Orej-on, I
Mav 21, IRtU. f
Xotlce Is hereby friven tliat tho follow irur- nam eI
settlor has fileil notice ot his intention to make
i tiiirtl proof lit suji)rt of tits claim, and that ai'l
i proof will be inmle before the iimty Clerk of
' Linu County, at Albany, Ore-goo, on July 14, LHWt,
I Of C A R V. MORKISH.
j Pre-empt!m 1. S. No. 744. for the X. K. Sec.
P vH K 2K
li tu v.ii.u-incr uUnacu.
coniiiUKm resilience nixn and cuuivalii
viz. 0ren Mur-liaiL (jeorw 1
to prove his
n 01. sum
ivniV... tti. .if i'oK,iiiu i inniMnniv irt-nm
Jt.i An.irew Vail of VeiI-.-1o. I.inii Co'nntv, Ore-
Ron. J. T, APl'KlliiOS, ltegistcr.
jr'iTi mm , m'tTi
Notice in hereby ffivcu that, by virture of an
onl-.-r of the Count v Court of 1. Inn county. Oregon
i!iai!c and dtilv entered of record therein. May
. 1K91. tlie uiideitri-cd N'. U. lttKlelsli was ap
jHii:ied adtnie.imtraior of the c--tale of Wm. M.
Hartjour. il-ed'd. Any and n',1 pL-rsons having
.UttiK .ii'iiinst Kiihl nitntn an- hcrtihv lllitliifd to
. A-.1-''' .''.!1''..
is loI vW if e?
Mrs G P Griffin
Mrs E C Smith
Mrs W H Abi ams
Mrs E R Lnckey
Mrs F J Crouch
Mrs JJ Walton
Mrs lr D A Paine
Mrs C M Horn
Mrs Geo O Yoran
Mr and Mrs M S Riddle, Pastor
Mrs S H Friendly
" PE Bnodgra.ss
" G M Whitney
S P Lowell
B C Dunn
G J Travis, Pastor 1st Ban Church
Mrs Minnie Waahhurne. P M
E B Handsaker
Mrs J IV Johnson and scores of
The Following Clt!zenss of Albany
Certifyto the Same GREAT TRUTH:
Mrs I) P Mason
Mrs Wm Meyers
Mrs J I Irving '
Mrs A L Lamb
Mrs 11 F Ashbv
Rcv Geo V Hill
J A Combs
The Pacific Washing Machine Co. cdel
ESTALISHED 1H 1875 BY S. 1. HICKERS9K.
Refitted, Enlarged and Improved.
NEW MACHINERY OF THE BEST MODERN TYPE.
I manufacture and deal in Doors, Blinds, all styles of Windew
Frames, Door Frames, Slouldings, Brackets, Etc., in fact anything man-
nfactured and kept on hand in a hrst-t lass planer.
In connection with the above, I also have on hand a -wfll-assorted
lumber yard in which is to be found rough and dressed Lumber, Rustic,
Bevel, Weather Boarding. Flooring, and alt kinds of Finishing Lumber
for Cornices, Jiitc.
C. E. RANOUS,
Carpenter & Builder.
All Kinds Repairing & Jobbing
Done on Shortest Notice.
UPHOLSTERIXG A SPECIALTY
Shop on Main Street, Next Door to
Vlrr Health nd Tonlh. Uyapfipia
Want of Appetite, Indigent Ion,
. LM -k of Strength and Tiroil
illneabMlsiiely eord. Btmen,
new foroe. EnliTena Mind
, and sappllaa Brain Power.
S a Her ins from complaint-"
Muuarto truur sex will tind
n TTR HARTKTt'8 TTlflW
TONIC a safe and ttpeedy aire. CJItimi a clear, heal.
tny complexion, r reiiuoni atsempis uc ooanterieic-
' the original.
mailed on r
Sumnla Dobb and Dream Book I
a reoelpt of two cents in Doetase. w
Or. HARTER MEDICINE CO.. St. Louis, Ha.
ilMiidMis CUKES h
lfl Fl'vl. "While YoaWait," I
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iinfini rfT ii'mMiTninnniirlrrw r i .r r rirnr -i" ffZSSS&iZ&s?-? '-'S ' -"
F "YV Schultz
Mrs I F Conn
Mrs H P Miller
Mrs CI E Cliaiiiberlain
Mra Wallace Baldwin
Mrs H H Hewitt
Mrs J M Pollack
Mrs Geo W Hoehsleetler
Mrs J R Chamberlin
Mrs J L Cowan
Mrs A Morris
Mrs Martin Payne
Mrs J M Ralston
Mrs B W Cundiff
Mrs F II Roscoe
Mrs E Blain
Mrs J Klein
W C Davis
B F Zeigler
H F Hoilenback
Mrs E Washburn
Knecht & Meiser
Mrs D R N Blackburn
Corvallis People Who Testify the 8ame:
Mrs MJ Wells,
" CC McBnde
" T Callahan
" A Hades
" 1) A Osburn
" M S Woode.ock
" S JV Wilkbis
" V D Burinan
" O Zona
Mrs J B Lee,
Miss Onie Allihhi
Mrs J Jiennett
" O Hodes
Miss Julia, Oelby
w 11 names.
Miss N Muckeff
Mrs P Zeroof
" O JSinffham
Mrs a H Bond
Mrs F M Miller,
" J Wassom,
" I M Courtney,
" Dr Lamberson,
" A Crouch,
" M Marsholder,
" A Dodge,
" I J Kirkpatrick,
C W Duckett,
Mrs W J Hay
We will pay $nno for a sv ut tliat we cannot
wash, as clean a can Ije was'liert. in onc-Swirlli the
time that is re4irctl in the old wash-board ilati.
The machine will be on ex
hibiton, after Saturday, June
1 3, in the sample room of the
St Charles Hotel, Lebanon,
Everybody bring your soil
ed clothes to our office and
we will wash them free of
charge, that you may see
our machine tested.
Agents Wanted Eyerywhers.
Ptnte ih! omity rijtht. for suit?. Eveir fstrrj.ly
will bur a ma'-lti::? wljcn lhty .w what it v. iU !o.
Yti will not hnvo to Ik- a. tulker in errter :o be a
ss!enian. Hhuvt tl ladies hat it will do and
U is suld-
a powell. Gen'i Agts.
KXCHANC.E HOTEL BVILtlINQ;
Drcf Suits, Wash Puits, Wraps, and Plain Sewing
Neatly aud Promptly Done.
Cutting and Fitting a Specialty. Charges reason
able. A fair share of sewing solicited.
Omaba, Kansas City, Chicago,
ST PAUL. ST. LOUIS.
AND ALL POINTS
East, North South,
UNION TICKET OFFICE,
C. G. RAWLINCS, Agent,
llM O SALS
If you want to see the best assort
mentof Gentsral Merchandise in town,
and get the best values for your money,
j-ou cannot do better than call on nie
at my old stand, where the latest nov
elties in Spring Good3 are to be had
at way-down prices.
Call and examine my stock of Fur
nishing Goods, Ties, Collars and Cufl's, !
Kid Gloves, Fine Balbriggan Lnder
I have the latest novelties in Dress !
; Goods, Ribbons, Kuchings, Silks,
' Plushes, and Trimmings of all kinds.
I keep the celebiated P. N. and S. K.
i Corsets, which give elegance of shape
and perfection of fit. . j
! Full lines of CLOTHING, BOOTS (
j and SHOES aad GROCERIES con- i
; stantly on hand.
I Produce of all kinds - taken in ex-j
j change for goods.
Your patronage is respectfully in-
j CHAS. B. MONTAGUE, !
Lebanon, Or. i
Headquarters for Bargains
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.
; . w. s i 3i t o :rv ,
ALBANY, - - - - OREGON.
To Make Room for 5Iy
SPRING ft SUMMER STOCK,
FDMISHIHG GOODS, AHD HOTMs,
I WILI. CLOSF OUT MY
Entire Stock of
Boots & Shoes.
Now is the Time to
SECURE REAL. BARGAINS.
I Propose to Have
Leading Dry Goods Store
In the Valley.
W. FY READ,!
J. F. HYDE,
Kotary Public and Collecting Igen
Justice of the Peace, Lebanon
G. B. HARDY
Has on hnd a large stock ot
Call And Secure Prices.
MRS. S. H. COWAN'S
Emporium of Fashion
Is reptote with the Latest Styles of Hsts, Bonnets
and every variety of heud-pcar known Co
the taskionable world.
A Firsf-Cla.s Dresimiakin Shop in ronnertfon,
wliirli presided over by ladies who make
Cutting and Fittuig a Spucialtj'.
One Ikm.p. South or the Exicee" Orrics.