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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1891)
FRIDAY, NOV 27 1891.
JBVidillthmtl locals' on .'first paucga
Go to Hudli'ti for choice groceries,
For bread call at the Star restaurant,
Mr, Chun. Miller visited Brownsville
AtUirncy Btowehss moved his law-
omoelnjelth Mr. C. A, Elson,
A beautiful lot on Main street for
sale by Peterson & Garland. ;
Services have been discontinued at
the Cumberland Church, :'
W. H. Booth M; D. physician and
surgeon, Lebanon Oregon.
Will ft Stark, the leading Jewelers,
Mr. J. L. Cowan, of Albany, la In
F.. M. French, the Jeweler, Albany,
keeps railroad time.
Mr. EwIiir, lute of Iowa, la working
In 11. L. Mod uro's barber shop.
When you want n irlee icold rlnir, mill
on Will & Bturk, Albany, Oregon.
The city has lieun full of strangers
this weeek, all of whom speak well of
Overman A Hunter the leaning
harness and saddlery dealers, Albany.
You must settle your account with
Crusnn & Meniilii at once, either by
onsh or banker's note.
A nice f4lKI.no I'iiino given away by
Klein Jin., on Christmas Eve., at their
Boot ds Shoe Htore, Albany, Oregon,
Wo are glad to see Dr. C. H. Duekett
out. ngiiln and able to lie at his office.
M. A. Miller now him the largest
and oomplotest slock of drugs and sla
tlonery ever brought to the oily.
When In Albany mill on Will &
Htiirk, the lcniling jeweler and watch
: timkiirfi. : . .'J
Minn Funtiio Urlggs left yesterday for
'. Junction City, on a visit to her sister,
mm. j, iMxon iere tne mat or rue
wei'k to visit her son, near Farnilngton,
Mr, Willis Colder, of Brownsville,
was In town thin week, lie wns on
. h road homo friim a visit to Portland..
Carpenters are putting In I lie wooil
. work in the new . Courtney .Idwlt,
Every day of fair wealbe is a favor
thankfully received.-., ' '
Deputy tTnlted filntes Marshal Rlti
not was In the city this week, 'looking
after some parties who bud offended
Uncle Bam. .
Jjot those who doubt the prosperity
; of Jjobaiion recall the improvements
made since i lust Thanksgiving, It
would bui'iu'Iho yoii.
;f We call attention to , Mr. Turiildgc's
new nd in 'this Issue. He has a nice
fresh stock of confectionery, cigars, sin
tlonery, and holiday goods. Give lihu
acull, v .. . ' -.
Crtison & Metralo will sell strictly for
cash; and have put their prices down.
Building contracts W'lll be allowed
thirty days from timeof furnishing lust
bill of goods, , ,
; The "Sociable of the Weeks," which
was el ven by the Indies of the M. E.
Church, last Tuesday evening, 'was
largely attended, and proved a suc
cess I li every respect. The proceeds
wore .fwO.SO. , . :;
, 'Mrs. 'Geo. Rlcewlllcall her uefato.i
the "Ladles' Bumiar,'' when It i com
pleted. Mm. Hlee has been in the
iilliuory business here for. a number
of years, and knows What Hie people ':
'.. W received this week a tine lot of
staliouery.ucli as letter-heads, bill
heads, note-heads, statements, envel
"oiics, and culling ourds mid are pre-:
pared to do Job printing In nil iu
branches at the lowest prices going.
Wive u acall.
The mass meeting was held Wednes
day evening as previously announced.
Keva. Thompson and Hanleltor ad-
dressed the crowd, both of who made
speeches Ui behalf f the temperonee
Joe Elkliia has been circulating a
subscription papor this week for the
purpose of obtaining money to help
drain that abominable slough lu the
north end of town. Thus far ha has
mot with flattering success. Let pub
lic spirited men contribute:
.'"Our .Responsibility' far Intemper
ance iu Lebanon" la the subject for
discussion at the Cumberland, t'resby-.
torlan Church Spndny evening at 7 p.
m. Come everyoucou the aide for u
license; and come everyone ou the aide
for prohibition. :
Go to S. P. Bueh for boots and shoes.
S. P. Bach gives 16 m. for a pound.
Mr, M. Soott was in town thin week
on official business.
Buhl & Pugh have settled down to
business in earnest, and will doubtless
command their share of the tiade. -
There will be another temperance
meeting next Thursday at the M. K.
Remember you oan buy an album of
M.A.Miller, that will hold fifty pic
tures, ror one dollar.
Will A Btark or Albany have the
finest, slock of clocks and watches ever
brought to the volley.
Mayor Miller made a phasing and
graceful address f welcome to the vis
Goto Mrs. Rice's for cheap milli
nery. Largest stock and lowest prices.
Felt hats, fifty cents.
W. W. Lines hug received a diploma
from Trof. Lutr,, of the embalming
nooi orwew ork.
Dr. H. A. Lenlnger, dentist, of Al
bany, will be in Lebanon every Thurs
day, beginning Oct, 15th.
The Brownsville Livery Htable man
brought a load of drummcre to nur city
one day this week.
.Will McKlmiey, of Bucks' Head
was In our city over night this week.
He was on hit way home from
Albany. ,-) : ;. ;-.. , :, '
If you are troubled with rheumatism
or u lunie back, bind on over the seat
of pal ti a piece of flannel dampened
itli Chamberlain' Pain Balm. You
will lie surprised at the prompt relief it
affords. 60 cent bottles for sale by M.
A. Miller. ' '" ...
When In Albany don't fail to call Hi
the Ladies' Bazaar, They bays the
Hueat lot of Millinery goods ever
wrougnt to the valley, . ';-.
TliLadles' Bazaar, of Albany, keeps
closks for Ladies, Mlssea and Children.
Wheii in Albany call and see them.
F. M. French, jeweler, Albany, will
give you the benefit of the big cut on
watches, Cull and examine goods and
get prices., :
When in Albany cail and see Hop
kins Bros. They are the sole agents
for the celebrated Superior cook stoves
and ranges, the world's best. , '
F. M. French, jeweler, Albany, keeps
a large and complete slock of spectacles
and ey glass, and tits, theui by
"Johnson's patent eye-meter." , .... "
Dave Rldgeway put a diamond pol
ish on the windows of Peterson A Gar
land's real estale office, Wednesday,
Mr. Buhl, agent for "Linn County's
thriving 'Insurance' company, the
Farmers & Merchant1, was in the city
Mr. W. T..' Fugle, representing the
Albmiy Hernld, is busy writing up I,eb
Hon for Hie New Year's edition of that
paper, wh'n h Is by far the most public ,
spirited puperof Linn County. :
Miss Betma Kirkpatriok and Miss
Abwe hty returned ; from Albany
Wednesday, t" spend Thanksgiving at
home,' - .c; ''-.;.;...:., .. ,,.
ineiKlle went to Portland this
week, and lefl his magnificent farm of
UHltl acres with Peterson & Garland for
sine. Here is a chance for meii of
means, . ;: ' - ','.,. ,'..
ii j on wish to erect a monument
over llui grave f any of vour ndnilvna
before next decoration, call atoiwe and
f . i i.ii"ieiiacuoii in price now inrered
by K. W. Achlsuii & (Jo., AlbanyOr,
Bam Chitiiuiwn, the popular cook at
the. Bt. Charles, visited some of his
chums iu Albany this week. Sam says
lie pays poll tax oil same wlihe man,
The large gilt boot shows yon where
Klein Bros, hold forth. Try them on
boots and shoes. They also do repair
ing and .custom work, 'neatly and
promptly;'" Albany, Ore.
On Wednesday Nov, 25, lftj, at 'the
Court , House Iu. Albany, by Geo.
Humplncy, Ksq., Mr, Bible A. Gentry
and Miss Mutlie .Settle, of this place,
Were joined together in the holy bonds
of matrimony.; The Ejpkkss wishes
the happy couple much joy. ....
:; In making the rounds of the town
we notice In the drug store of N: W,
Smith largo stock of holiday goods,
and all who expect to mnke selecllons
In his line should cull and examine his
County Clerk Payne had his hands
full to-day making out marriage li
censes. Up to presH time the following
wne the word: George R. Kroman
and Merlea Wallace, Ambrose L. Mills
and Joy Meale.v, D. jr. New land and
Eaohel Harrison, Silas A. Gentry and
Mattle Bottle, J. L, Underwood and
Cora Loft In, John McChesnev and
Candi Coua, Thos. A. Beard and
ttiyri e l, Coltin.-Albany Democrat.
Heating stoves away down to cost at
Itov. J. R. Kirkpatriok and J, Was
som returned from Seattle Thursday.
Born To the. wife of Rev. T. P.
Boyd, Nov. 26, 7,30 P, M. a ton. Moth.
er and' child doing well.
Mr: J.M. Marks has moved Into the
residence with Dr. Courtney.
Don't fall to give Buhl A Pugh acall.
They have a flue line of flrstclass
Mr Frank Davis, of Bodavllle, ha
rental L.Jackson'sdwe!l!nghouse and'
will move into town.
By reading the ordinance In this Is
sue the people wlll.flnd the law which
will govern the nothing election. .
8ay, do you know that Buhl A Pugh
carr- a well selected line of Gent's-
Mr. M. L. Dodson Is preparing to
give grand ball, Christmas Eve, nt
the Band Hall, which promises to h a
Mrs. E. E. Thompson will leave Sat
urday for Portland, to. spend several
weeks visiting her brother-ln-lAwli
Mesrs. Wo, Retherford and Win,
Carothers have each secured llcnse- to
do teaming and draylng wlthim the
On the 3d day of November, Mr. R.
R. Humphhrey bought 3. B. Wirt's
interest In the Baw-mill owned by him
!and Berrigan, on Hamilton ereek.
The new firm name will be Berrigan A
' Humphrey, who will pay ail debts
and collect alt bills made by. the old
firm. Mr. Humphrey has bad consid
erable experience iu the saw-mill busl
nes, and they will no doubt intake the
mill a suecfs. : ' .
' Miller, the druggist, is daily receiv
ing an assorted lino of holiday goods
consisting of plu.h goods of every de
scription, such as albums, dressing
eases, Christinas cards and fine bibles.
All boots and shoeB bought ef Klein
Bros., that rip or run over will be re
paired free of charge, by them, at their
Buof & Shoe Store iu Albany, Ore.
Crawford A Paxton of Albany, are
nittkiug Cabinet Photograplu for the
low price of $1 50 per dozen. Call at
their Gallery and ace them when In
Albany. . . . ' : - . ,
' When ill Albany call and see the
elegant piano that Klein Bris. will,
giveaway on Christinas Eve at their
Boot & Bhoe Store, Albany, Oregon.
Phkshvtkhian CmritCH. Services
11 AM. and 7 1VM. Evening Lecture,
"Why I believe in God."
E, C, Jack A, Pastor.
Klein Bros, carry the largest stock of
boots and shoes in Linn county, and it
will pay you to cull and get their
price before buying your winter stock
of boot and shoes. Try them and get
a ticket on the elegant piano they will
give away Christmas Eve. Albany,
For Diy Goods, Groceries,
and Boots and Shoes,
.DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE
jiuy yot'H '
Hardware, Btovku . and Rakob
.j'--'';'.;,,,. ykvh . ...
MATTHEWS & WASHBURN,
:,?. ."; ' Ajjiany, Ore.
W Ullted .
I want, at once, 80,000 lbs. bleached
dried apples, J0,000 lbs. sun-dried ap
ples, 20,000 lbs, dried pears and 20,000
His. dried prunes, for which I will pay
the highest, market price. '.
;-' G. W. Simpson, Albany, Or.
NOT1CR l-'OR PUBLICATION.
' JjiKt Ofth.e tt Oregon ciiy, Orcaon, 1
Nov. a, ISM. I
Notty 1 luM'Pby givwi thill the rellimiux-ijuw-'it
aelMcr )w lilotl unlice of liis mtimliim lo attit
fiiuil ufooi'iii Muijiiirt of elaiuj, and thtit ftti'i
pv.HSl'wiU lit liitde befoi'O lite t:oun:v clerk of
biiill Cotisty Oreuun, lit Albany. Oi'eirtiB, ou Juatt
IU.V1S, WW, viz;
JOHN iinntsTTAS ': '.
Uit.Vulr.v No. SMO for Hie N, W, V. of
fl., K. t .
lis iwilaes tl) followiiiar witrst'SstvK. to mv 1,1k
floiulimftim reBiilence upon tuirl fluttiraltftn of, Mid
,.m, ti; w.u, 01 .iiDaity, .iom'IUj swank, ot
I'lllhmill. Tllolniw WVriille ot wr Wnm. ( l,m.
a Jrttlf is, ol'Sweet tttunlf, all of LAua Cuuiltv, Ort
goll , '
- . ',..: , :, J. T. ArrKRSON.
NEW STYLES! NEW PRICES
Akn an Flotrnnt Rrnrh- nf rMntPio In Msrr.riant Tiilnv-
in'g Department with Frst-Clas Tailoring.
IM.24 T, W
J, L. CO WAS,
J. M, BALSTON.
Our Trli t Albnny
The first of the week we made a
quick trip to the county-seat, more for
eight seeing than anything else. A
mong the first things that caught our
eye was the large display of Superior
stoves, both cook and heater, at Hop
kins Bros,' and of course' we had to
stop, and before we know it we were
the happy purchasers of one of the
best. The price was the lowest and
the stove Hrst-class in every respect,
Hopkins Bros, are (be people. When
in Albany cull and see them and see
whether you want to buy or not.
:nd south .
T1IK MOUNT SIlAsTA ROUTK,
kbmm nun uav twium uar.
7:lKl P. Jt.
1(1:23 I'. M.
8:15 A. a.
t'mtlamt Ar I 9:38 A. M
Alliimy Ar li:15 A. M.
ban I' mnt'i.'.co U l h:wi P. il,
Almve trains uu only at Itie frllowine latloa
noitliot Hoei'liurn; KnA l'oi'tlan.i, Oreuon City
Wwtiiljuni, 8,ik.m, Albany. Timgonl, Sheitila
Uabwy, htimsMiiiK, Junetiou City, tninit and
Koaelmiir ""a.l lally
Transacts a General Banking Business,
ACCOUNTS KEl'YsUBJECT TO
. Kichangc sold on New York.San JFraiicis
eo, and Portlsnd and Albany, Uregon. '
,tile etioan mads on larorable torms. ' .
4X. . ' i
jy Cruson .& Menzie received tlie bill
for their Rochester : lamps to-day.
There Is notliiui; nicer than one of
these lamps for a Christmas present.
The "Home Work Society" of the
Presbyterian Church Will hold "a Fair,
In the Hand Hall, Dec, H, 10, and 11,
A flue entertainment each evening.
Dec. 9, The Magic, mirror,, tableau,
etc. Dec. 10, First Apprurance of the
Peak Sisters, tableau. Doc, 11, The
renowned Mrs. Jarloy, with ier cele
brated waxworks, also tableaux. T lie
ladies will have tor sale many articles
both useful and ornamental, free to
all Thursday and Friday afternoons.
Admission, each eveninig 15 els, Re
Having sold out my store T must
square up my books Immediately. All
persons knowing themselves indebted
to me will please come forward and
settle by money, j note or otherwise,
esneclallv bv iniKit'v. ..
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At 1 12:11) St.
Lv 11:20 A. M,
Albany I,c at-I).illj.Ex, i-pt Siinilay )
SI. I.v VotUainl Ar I 9:00
U.0!) V. M. I Ar ' Albany ,),v 5i
J.ixal 1'asneiiifvt1 Tiaiiih Dally
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOOBIST BlKKPINS CAES :
For flconwtatiou of 8eeaml-l;las Passenge
; taeticd to Express trains. " e v
WEST SIDE DIVISION
UETWEUK PORTLA N D asb Wit V-
fall Train -DnllyrKxi'upt Sun, I
7.30 a. M. l.y
ia.ll) I'. . AT-
it Albany anil Oorvallis connect with trains tl
Oregon mane Kullroad. ' : ii
l,xii4 Train Dally ft xvapt Hunla).
7.85 p. K,
Ar I S.50 a.
S-Thronffh tlekets to all DolntF fiartand.
tor tiiiketi. ami lill mformauon reffRnliija
mans., etc., call ou Co' aireut t I'baaAa c.S