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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1891)
Fnm.VY, JULY 10. 1891.
Kotiee to Advertisers.
I.aaaI AriTftrtlKlnvnu In tlila itpr will
hr rtiu aurt chared fnr nt rccnlar rMnit,
and ontllUH'ri, until rdrprt nut. nt llie
Aptlun nf th publUhrr; nnlnnH oon
IrKCUftra mal" fir Kpucfttd ntimherof
H. Y. KinKI'ATItirK,
(WAdilltiouul local on firet pai!e,W
Pure BoiM, Lliwttd Oil at M. A.
Mrs J A Heard la slowly recovering
from an attack of la grippe.
F. M. French, the Jeweler, Albany,
keep railroad time.
Mrs J M Kalttton was in town this,
Go to 8. P. Bach's for lioots, show
and gents furnishing goods. -
Nothiug was done at the meeting of
the oily council Tuesday evening ad
journed to meet to-Light. We will
publish proceedings next week.
V. H. Booth M. I). physician and
surgeon, Lebanon Oregon.
It. will pay you to.buy your groceries
or 0. E. llrow neli, Alvuuy. Send for
prices. . : .
MrsC H Kalston and Jessie, and
Miss Lluliy Corothers have returned
. from Juntiou City.
The new jeweller, nt the citydrug
More, haajuat received some nice ladies
and gents watches; also a few flue
rlialus and lwkcUt, which will be sold
at eatem priced, bring from 15 to 20
per cent less than Oregon prices.
i'or bread call at the Star restaurant.
l'rof. J. B. Horner has been chosen
principal of the Albany Public ficuool:
his assistants being Miss Itury D. Sod
wick, Mrs. Kate M. Aiken, Missis.
Iiella dray, Miss Abbie Wright, Miss
t'lara flan), Miss Kuphemia Crostt,
Miss Mattie Lauilin, Miss Mary
Go to the new Jeweller's, at the city
drugstore, and get the plans of the
Pacific Watch lllniiiond club, which
will be organized at onee.
Mr. Mell Lane and wife, of Salem,
visited the family it Mr J A Beard this
Miss Tuptln returned home, this
week, from Portland' where she hud
All kinds of country produce taken
in exchange for goods by C. E. Brow
nell, Albany. ' '
Mr. C. H. Lane aud family of Port
land, are vlsliing the family of Mr.
Lovelee, this week.'
H. P. Bach's keeps field seeds of all
Oo to Smith & Miller's for all kinds
of machine oils.
The Young People's Society of the
First Presbyterian church will give a
sociable on Mr.;MontHgue's lawn, Tues
day July Willi. All are invited to at
tend. After going to t'rusou 4 Metises'
hardware store aud getting prices, we
find that they are telling goods as low
as any place in the valley.
We have money to loan on improved
farms and ranches. 8. N. Steele & Co.
Albany Or. ; ,
P. p. Bacb gives 16 oit. for a pound.
The Albany Mitilng & Milling Co.
haaoritcrded another ten-stamp mill.
L. M. Wheeler has opened his new
meat market. He keeps all kinds of
meats, and proposes to treat everybody
well. He solicits a fair share nf put
rouage. His motto Is "Live aud let
Frank Crabtroe was ill Albany Mon
day. M. A. Miller will sell his entire stock
nf artists! material, at cost.
A suggestion: If you are tioublid
with rheumatism or a lame back al
low us to suggest that you try thfol
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
wurmlh and relieve you of all pain.
Many severe cases have peen cured
iu .his way. The Pain Balm can be
obud ued from M. A. Miller.
Mr. J A Beard has accepted a posi
tion lu the wholesale drug store of
Blumaner, Frank & Co., of Portland.
He will begin work there Aug. 1. but
lie will uot move his family there at
present. We are very sorry to see Mr.
Beard leave our town, and hope this
It not a permanent move.
Millinery Largest Stock, Lowest
prices at Mrs. Geo. Itice's.
The mill for the Brownsville Milling
& Mining Co,, has reached that place
and been carried up Blue river. It
will be opened In Poorman's mine.
The fair sex is wanted to take notice
of the Downs Tatetit Self-Adjust-Ing
Corsets, in black or drab. Price
(1 25 to $1.50 . Find them at Baker's,
The One Price Cash Store '
Mr. Frank Standard and Miss Mag
gie Dunn were married at Brownsville,
Or., July 4tb.
On to 8. P. Bach for boots and shoes.
v 0. E. Hardy, Jeweler, does not have
to resort to petty Insinuations agajnst
brother workmen to draw custom.
Good work aud reasonable prices docs
Hon. O. P. Coshow is still In ill
health, at Brownsville.
Oo to Bach's for choice groceries,
The Express has a well-equiped job
printing office. Bring us your work
and we will save you money.
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 tsuit the climate,
roads and people of this vicinity, aud
we cordially invite all those wishing
to buy anything in this line of goods
to will ou us before purchasing elsewhere.-
CKl'SON & MES.1ES.
There are a great many immigrants
coming Into our town now.
6. P. Bach keeps a line of boots and
shoes as well as Brownsville woolen
Summer Millinery at Mrs. Geo.
Itice's New Styles, New Prices.
Mr. C. C, Haekleman and wife re
turned home Tuesday, from Portland
where they had been to spend the
Call on M. A. Miller fur machine
oil. - ,
The families of Messrs. Fuller and
Ooss arrived, from Iowa this week,
ami have located near Crabtrce.
For strictly first-class . work on
watches, clocks and jewelery go to J. E
Adcex the new Jeweler at City Drug
stre. Work done hen promised, no
The case of state vs. Maxwell Incest,
tried in circuit court last week, result
ed In a verdict ot not guilty, .The
prosecuting witness was uncorroborat
ed, Remember thatM. A. Miller's is the
place to buy Lime, Cement aud Plaster
Mr A. . Jack Adams has gone to
Eugene, w here he and Mr. Alexander
will, this week, begin the publication
of a new paper.
2G bread tickets for 51, at the Star
One dozen hot French rolls fur ten
cents, at the Star restaurant. Leave
Last week the telegraph system of
the Narrow Gauge and Woodburn
Springfield branch railroads were
turned over to the Western Union
company who will operate tliein here
after. yhs prices on watch work are adyer-
Hern up mriug jvuuvvu, . jtj, imwij
will give his customers the benefit of
I have 14 head of well-broke horses,5
to 8 years old, which I will exchange
for cattle. Will be iu Lebauou two weeks
S. 8. Kklson
The next meeting of the Linn
county Farmers Alliance will lie held
at Labanuu on the last Saturday in
July (25) at 10 a.u. A full attendance
.Go to G. E. Hardy and get your
Aatch or clock cleaned for 0 cents
(fifty cents.) All work guaranteed.
You ran get your work when promised
aud don't forget it.
' Lebanon people know the Expkksb
has a good job printing, office and
should glve'it all of their work.
You can buy any watch or chain at
ten per cent, al'ove jobbers prices at
G. E. Hardy's jewelry eture.
Hardware, Stovkj and Banues
MATTHEWS 4 WASHBURN,
A letter from Bishop W W DuufSm
D D to Rev. U. 8. Haneiter announces
that unless he Is Providentially hin
dered, he will be lu attendance upon
the Lebanon camp-meeting, On ac
count of tlieillnessofhiswife.Bishop
Key, who wat expected to hold the
Columbia conference, will net come,
Bishop Duneau relelving him.
C A Elson sold the Isaae Baltmaish
place of 200 acres last Saturday to A
Milhredt, from Nebraska, consideration
$2400; also 80 acres of J II JnHson's to
A H Edwards, of California, consider
ation $3200. ,
Tlie new officers for Lebanon Lodge
No. 47 I. O. O. F., were Installed
Thursday night of last week, under
the direction of Dlstlct Deputy, Rlla
Shelton of Scio,'as follows:
N. G., J. G. Boyle;
V. G., 8. P. Bach;
Secretary, G. W. Cruson;
Per. secretary, Jos. Wassom;
Treasurer, J. Arm;
Warden, C. II. Ralston;
Conductor, J. M. Settle;
J. G., R, 8. Roberts;
R. a N. G., S. A. Nickerson;
L. S. N. G,, A. A. Kecs;
R.8.V. G., M. Lonsbery;
, L. 8. V. G., E. Kelienberger;
R. 8. S., R. L. McClure;
L. 8.8, P. W.Morgan;
Mr. W. J. Hay returned home, this
week, from ilarrisburg where he has
been for the past two weeks.
Rev. T. P. Boyd made Sniccr a visit
Waterloo had her share of people on
the Fourth, a crowd equal to auy here
before. All seemed to enjoy the day
and left as happy as though they had
been to Portland, Eugene etc.
A number of tents are to be seen on
the camping grounds and, also quite a
number of boarders at the Waterloo
hotel. All enjoying the soda water.
Mr. Khun has commenced harvest
ing peas for Kay & Weatherford.
A party of engineers are surveying
the Kay & Weatherford property here.
Forty acres will be laid out in toii
Joe Kluui, supposed to be the best
angler in this vicinity, haB gone to
Sweet Home for larger fish, having
caught every thing here eveu the
On Friday before the third Sunday
of July a series of meetings will com
mence ut this place, in the Waterloo
grove. Come one come all both saint
aud sinner, all are cordially Invited.
Mrj. Jas. Davidson went to Lebanon
to visit relatives' and'will return Wed
nesday. Don't think for a moment that
Waterloo is dead; no, never! Waterloo
is as lively as could be expected and
Remember the soda snring (that
everyone thinks was blown to attorns,
which is not true) is as good or better
than ever. "The drvnessof this spring
was only caused by the dry, hot season,
the soda has not, In the least, been
tampered with aud is all O. K.
. X. Y. Z.
The following tracts of land were
sold by Peterson 4 Garland,' during
May and June in Wm. RalBton's addi
John Weart Crawfordsville, 2 acres
D L Eddy, late of Kansas,
1) V Admire, " " ,.
A M McCurdy ' " :
E A Goodrich " "
Peter Hanson, " , "
B F Dodge,
A L Menser;
Following in Wither's Plat:
E A Goodrich,
N J Bradley,
Following lots iu Ralston's addition
Mr. Ansarvage) Waterloo, 2 lots;
J C Martin, Harney Nalley, 2 lots;
MCChhseii 2 Jots,
On Tuesday evening, July 6th. 1891,
Mr. Thomas Alpine died at his homo
at Millers, at the age of 64 years, of
consumption, after an illness of several
Following are the Oddfellows who
paid a fraternal visit to tlie lodge at
Albany, Wednesday evening: Jas A
Boyle, T P Bach, J M Settle, CH
Ralston, W C Peterson, Ed Kelienber
ger, GM Westfall, G H and John
Bland, R McClure, Detglcish, Kimbra,
A A Kecs and J W Bell.
NOTICE KOH PUBLICATION.
Laud Ofllce at Oregon nty, Origin,
Jnlv i. iwn r
Notice is luTdiy irlvtn hut t)i rulWiutj-imiiit-d
wincr hiw incu tkiuceoi ms luttiiiiiun u uhvk'.1
tiuttl proof in MliiiiK)Pt of MMtlsitui, uwl that hHid
proof wilHie nitt'1f before tlitj County clerk of
- JSMZABKTH BtWJOKSlHKB,
HoweMend Kntry No. WW, for f-otuNos, 2, 3ucU
St't. 30 Tp. 11 S. R. 1 K.
He uaiifithn following witiiePn lo prorw Jifn
coniUmow rwklcww uj)nA(td cultivation of, said
Uiifl, tIk: (Hw 'mi, H. ti.) Joholin O.him-rs. Andv
KitKWHtcr. Jiu M. tfoiiUi. John M Fluuguer, all of
UHftWLU, r. v., uuw to., uroou.
, I T.APMSKaON,
T COST! AT COST!
I will sell all Summer Gooods, including White Goods,
Laces, and Embroider', Dress Goods, 'Ac, at cost, until gold
out, Come in NOW if you are LOOKING FOR BARGAINS
This is genuine. When I say COST cost it ia.
K A New Departure!) fj;
I have just added a Stock of
I am selling as cheap as any
18 & Extra G Sugar, $1.
,15 lb Granulated " , 1.
16 lb Rice, best 1.
1G oz. Climax Tobacco ' 50 cents
16 oz. Saw Log '.' 50 cents
And Everything in same proportion..
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
We take pride in giving the best, and selling for the least
money; and by the amount of all kinds of footwear we havo
sold, our close observation has .
them the best. The reason we can do this we buy for. the
cash and sell for the same. Our "one price" cash store
keeps us ', '
and enable! us to buy from tlie best houses and sell for tho
We Take Porduce at Cash Prices.
WIIETV VISITIIVO- ALBANY
DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE
Also an Elegant Stock of Cloths in Merchant Tailor
ing Department with Frst-Class Tailoring.
w Baggies ! !
KVERYTHING P-UEF-X-Sl'A r
Reasonable Rates. W&m , .
We solicit a share of tho patronage of the public generally.
Special attention given to Praying and Hauling.
II AY & PETERSON, Lebanon, Or
Groceries to my stoek, which
house in Oregon, I quote the
A. W JUS
L. J. Petekson
I i I
Hew Harness ! 1 1 I
an furnish tlie Ik'sI anil '
Nicest Tiirn-onts in Town,