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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1893)
FRIDAY, JUNESS, ISW.
faj-Ailtlltiniml kicaU on firet pup."l
Come In for rb work.
Try the new drink. Cream Audit, t
The Oregon Pacific ha paid off for
Burial hatting done to order at M n
M'. Susie Lute in visiting In Harrb
birg ibis week.
M. A. Miller carries a complete line
ol paint and oil.
Have you examined tbnee new
summer ult at 8. P. Bach's.
Fresh plus, cakes and bread at
Peebler1 grocery store.
M. A. Miller now has a complete
line of drug and stationery.
Pumps and pipe down to Albany
prices. F. C. Avers ft Co.
Mr. Pearson and Irvy left for Tope
ka, Kausas this week to join Mr. Pear
son. Call and examine my new stock of
spring clothing. B. P. Back.
J. 8. Courtney M. 0. Physician,
Burgeon and Aoooueheur, Lebanon,
They are hauling the poles for the
telephone line between tbl place nd
Parties who were to nay their sub
scription in wood will please baul tbe
Mrs. I. J. Kirk patrlck and Mrs.
Garland Is expected in Lebanon to-day
from Bel ma, California.
Mr. J. Mentis took bin family up In
tbe mountains this week for a few
days outing. ;
R. Hiatt Intends going over in Polk
county soon to buy cattle. Buff Is
getting up another band.
A large stock of spring clothing bss
ust been received by ft. P. Bach.
He has tbe latest styles and colors.
Call and get prices.
Prof. R. N. Wright, Priucipal of tbe
Astoria public school, and wife arrived
In Lebanon tbe tint of the week on a
visit. They expect to go to tbe mount
Mr. W. Orsborne passed through
Lebanon last Saturday. He had Just
came across the mountaius and reports
1 great deal of snow between the top
of Band mountain and Cash creek.
Dr. Larubersou Is shipping a great
deal of chlttem bark now. Agent Ben
nett says that there 1 an average of 8
ton shipped out of Lebanon every day.
Fifty cents is a small doctor bill, but
that Is all Is will cost you to cure any
ordinary case of rheumatism if you use
Cliauilierlaln's Pain Bulm. Try It and
you will be surprised at the prompt re
lief It affords. Tbe first application
will quiet tbe paiu. 60 cent bottles
or aule by M. A. Miller, druggist.
Mrs. Kmma Tatbaiu, State Superin
tendent of kiudergarteu work, will
give a Bterenptioan Lecture In the
Eirst Presbyterian Church on Friday
evening, June 801 li for the purpose of
interesting the public In Kindergarten
Work. The public are oordially Invi
ted to be present. A mother's meeting
will also be glveu at 8 P.M. All ladies
invited to attend.
There will be services in the First
Presbyteriau church every Sunday,
morning and evening. The evening
sermon is especially intended for the
young people. Young People's prayer
meeting at 7 P. M. on Sundays. All
are cordially invited to vouie and wor
ship with us. Please make yourself
knowr to the Pastor.
Are you insured? If not, now is the
time to provide yourself and family
with bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemed' as an
insurant against any serious results
from an attack of bowel complaint
during the summer months. It Is al
most certain to be needed and should
be (procured at once. No other remedy
ran take Its place or do Its work. 2S
mid 60 cent bottles for sale by M. A.
Samuel Case, of Lebanon, 1 In Jail
In this city on a charge of horse steal
ing. The complaining witness is U.
W. Vernon. The case grew out of a
horse trade, after which Case became
dissatisfied sud demanded the retuiu
of the horse he bad traded to Vernon.
The lalter refused to give the horse up,
and Case took tbe animal away after
nightfall. Herald. Mr. Case has hot
been a resident of I his place lor some
The Champion MilTflour is the best
In the market. Try It.
We return thanks to Bert Davis (ur
a nice bouquet.
Try the new drink cherry cider,, at
Zahn's. It is fine.
Jus. Burtensbaw is keeping book at
Humphrey's saw mill.
Frank Miller returned ho ne from
Mrs. J. F. Stutiblelicld has 0ned a type
writing ottice in Dr. Courtney's buiMing,
where she solicits your patronage.
Tbe little folks gave Miss Pauline
Adams a surprise party last Tuesday
Mrs. Judge Piws who has been vis
iting her parents at this place return
ed to her home In Portlai d Tuesday.
Rev. Eoclestun and wife will leave
next week for Southern Oregon mi a
visit to bis father.
J. W. Guy and family returned home
from Polk county this week where
tbey have been visiting.
Mr. A. F. Hamilton of Sweet Home
brought down several tons of chittens
bark this week which he shipped to
George Humphrey has accepted a
position with tbe new D. B. marshsl
at Portland as 1st assistant manhal, a
place with about 83000 a year.
I will preach at Mountain Home II
a. ru., Waterloo 8:30 p. m., Lebanon,
Union Hall 8 p. m. Alt are invited
to tbeat seivioes. C. X. Piowhan
The C'uutvb of Christ meets In the
Academy tor regular services every
Lord's Day in tbe morning at 11
o'clock. Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
All are Invited to attend.
I have 10 acre of gardes land ad
joining Lebanon, part of It lays on the
inside of the Incorporation, for sale at
a bargain. Call and get prices and
see tbe land. W. C. Peterson.
I am now prepared to furnish sup
plies ef all kinds to bop growers cheap
er than tbey can be bought in Port
land, quassia wood whale oil soap a
specialty. J. A Lahberson,
Commission Merchant, Lebanon Or.
Send your name and address to
Read Peacock ft Co., Albany, Oregon,
and mention the Express, tbey will
mail you a fashion sheet free each
Services at the Baptist church every
Sunday. Sunday school 10 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Y. P.
U. Junior 2:30 p. m. Y. P. U. 7 p. m.
Prayer meetrttg Wednesday 8 p. m.
Everybody is cordially invited to these
services. C. R. Lamar. Pastor.
As Mr. Gay has made so many trips
to our city and done so much work,
he informs us after thlstiip and the
hot weather coming on he will take
a much needed rest, so if you want
your eyes fitted with glasses Just right,
call and see Mr. Gay. St. Charles
Hotel, July 1st to 6th. Sodaville July
6, and 7.
I have taken up on tbe streets in
Lelwnou six bead of horses, viz: 1 sor
rel mare, 7 years old; 2 bay mares, 6
years old, both have Buckling colts;
1 brown 8 year old colt; and 1 gray 1
year old colt. All are branded. Tbe
horses will be sold on the 3d day of
July at 1 o'clock If not claimed.
P. W. Morgan, City Marshal.
Editors I. L.Campbell, of the Eu
gene Guard, and Robert Johnson, of
the Corvallls Times, were mean
enough to call at tbe Welcome sanc
tum when all bands were out the
other day, and too blamed lazy to re
turn again to receive tbe brotherly
greetings and tbe warm hand shake
that awaited them. The gentlemen
had visited the Chicago thousand
ringed circus, lived eighty years a
minute and kept sotier Portland
( 'all and see J. Harry Gay at St.
Charles Hotel. Nothing is of more
value to you than your sight; save it
today, and though you may see quite
wellou may thluk, why does my
eyes feel so tired, then think kow
often you have read, not what you see
but are you using too much of an
eflort to see. Examinations free. St.
Charles Hotel July 1st to 6th.
Deputy U. S. Marshal Sinuott of
Portland arrested Jas. Wheeler, son
of L. M. Wheeler of this place on a
charge of robbing the post office at
Huio last September. Mr. Wheeler was
taken to Portland Wednesday where
he wus indicted. His father accompa
nied them. He was placed under 11000
bonds which was readily furnished.
His trial will come up in two or three
I week at a Jury teim. Jus.' friends at
! this place think be is Innocent and
I will come out all right. He came to
I Lebanon witli his father Thursday.
Oo to Zahn's for milk shaken. ,
Mrs. Eaton is dangerously III.
C. A. Zahn is now making delicious ice
AH of our attorneys are rn Albany
this week attending court.
Kellv, Dunne ft Co'st.pure prepared
house paint for sale by N. W. Smith.
Ed. Aldrlch, J. B. Marks, and Geo.
Wilson lett the first of the week for
Fish Lake on fishingexpedltlon. We
w ish them success.
On July 4, 6, 6, and 7, tbe Roseburg
local, bound north, will stop over at
Salem, until 8 p. m., to allow people
h witness tbe races.
E. L. Power, successor to Thorn pson
ft Overman at Albany, Is Uie place to
buy harness, whips, lobes, etc.
For slng'e or double harness, sad
dles etc., go to E. L. Power at Thomp
son ft Overman's old stand, Albany,
The assignment of the Red Crown,
mills has been settled and the mills
will he run by John.Isom. Mr. Stock
man being manager.
Persons who havo chittem bark asr
requested to bring it in ri jhtaloug.
I have plenty of maney to pay for it
with. J. A. Lambbkson-
Agent Beuuett Informs us that he
has order to sell sound-trip tickets, to
any point In Oregon on July 1, 2 and
8, good until July B, for one fare.
Married. In Lebanon, Oregon,
June 28, 1803, by C. R Lamar;. Mr.
John C. Fiudley of Portland, Ougou
and Miss Rhoda P. McKinuey of Leb
Licenses have been issued for the
marriage of C S. Hiuton and! Eliza
Grace Shepherd, rf. T. McFees-y and
Mary A. Thompson.' Edmund L.
Wbeeer and Eliza Jane Zink.
An Industrial Legion will he organ
ized this Friday evening at Grand
Army Hall by J Clem, stab) organ
izer. All friends of reform, every
woman, and boys over 18 are Invited
to be present.
A. H. Roberts was arrested last Sat
urday evening for shooting off his pis
tol. He was put in tbe cooler and left
until Monday when his trial came off.
He was Ined $5.00 and cost; then the
oonstable arrested him on a charge of
carrying concealed weapons and he
was sentenced to 5 days in the county
jail where be was taken.
A leading Oculist at a recent meet
ing of the state board of health said:
We would have few eases of inflamed,
broken down eyes If people would
only have glasses fitted when eye
strain was first noticed. Call and
Gay at St. Charles Hotel July 1st to
5th- Sodaville July and 7.
A correspondent writing to the Her
ald from Sodaville says: There have
been several cases of diphtheria near
there recently. Mr. Gundrsen lost a
little 6 years old and Mr. Mickle Mick'
leson lost two girls one 10 years the
ot her 8 year of age. There are several
more down with it but are getting bet
ter. It la now certain that the parties
who fleeced the Benton county farmer
A brums, the first of the week, were In
Lane county a few days prior trying
the same game hereabouts. Parties
attempted the game on a number of
farmers near tbe town of Irving, hut
the producers In that section bring
intelligent men and newspaper read
ers, they did not want to "rob the
bunko men," hence they are not now
wearit.g mourning. Guard.
At Eugene a young man named
Stehlburg took three young ladles out
riding In a two-seated buggy. Front
street is being graded and one side is
nearly two feet higher than the other.
Owing to the darkness this was not
noticed and as the result of driving
upon the street, the carriage overturn
ed. The occupant of the carriage
were dragged some distance and bad
ly bruised, and the horses soon broke
loose. One of them was found next
morning several miles away, but the
other has not yet leen heard from.
What promises to be a rate war
from tlii coast to the east Is growing
stronger each day and it is more than
likely that people can go from Al
bany to Chicago for 15 or 20 dollars
within the next 10 days. Bates are
now very low via the Northern and
Union Pacific roads, but their more
powerful rival, the Southern Pacific,
has at last taken notice of the cut
rates and is about to show it hand.
They are about lo withdraw from the
Passenger Association, and this Is look
ed upon by ticket agents as u war
cloud that may assume proportions
unheard of Ik fore in rates to eastern
: points. It would be well for people
i going to the fair at hicago to wait a
I few days. Ex.
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To the People of Lebanon and Yicinitjr.
J. Harry Gay the well known
Ophthalmic Optician and Optical
Specialist will be at the Hotel St.
Charles in Parlor down stairs
July ist to July 5th.
Many have called to see Mr. (Say, some could be- bein
fitted by glasses while some have had treatment reoiv
mended. In the five trips Mr. Gay has made to our city..
he has fitted one hundred and
as a recommeaauon 01 nis wore ne reiers any one to eacn
or all of the one hundred and seven patients. Mr, Gaj
does not ruu down others to get work, but realizes the rtiort
the subject of eye strain is brought before the people tb
more work to do. Mr. Gay lias letters with him from
people that suffered years with head ache, pain in eyes andr
many unpleasant feelings that have been completely
lieved by having glasses ground fo'- them; some of tiles
from people hi this vicinifv. This will be ray last visit to
Lebanon for some time. Come
eyes, consultation ana examinations tree. bt. Charlas
Hotel July 1st to 5th. Sodaville July 6th and 7th.
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The abundance of light in our new store renders the
most delicate shade and the faintest pattern clearly visible
which enables one to make selections of Sprin? Clothing
without the slightest inconvenience.
IVo llnndMomer Clothing
was ever opened in this City than that we have received (or
this Spring's trade.
Suits in Cheviots, Velours, Tivolis, Eedford Cords, and
Neglige Shirts, Dress Shirts,
Underwear and Neckwear.
New Stiff Hats and Fedoras, and Footwear
of The Best Makes.
ISpecial Attention Given to Mail Onlers.JFfl;
The L. E. BLAIN CLOTHING CO.
flinn block. . ALBANY OREGON i
ALL GOODS WARRANTED.
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seven people with glasdeg.
and have a chat about yot