The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898, September 22, 1893, Image 8

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    Lebanon Express.
CITY OFFICIALS.
WAYIIR M. A. MILLER.
RECORDER F. 11. WJI.IJBH.
TREASURER J. A. RIXIIKRT8.
MARSHAL P. W. JIWRGAN.
fKD. KKLLENBBROKU,
COUNUaMENav.B0&.
'N.8. DALGLMfiH.
City Council meets on the first ndt third
Tuesday evenings of each montii.
i Make More Money.
A gentleman from the planet Mars,
who came down to this planet (or bis
health, met a Citizen of Earth. """Ah
there," .guoth the Oentlemau from
Jfars, 44iow'p Business?" "Poor," ire
plied the Uitizen of Earth, "Timeere
mighty hard."
"80-0T" .replied the Gentleman ham
Mara. "Grain crop short?"
"No."
"Cattle and sheep dying?"
"No."
"Under-production of clothing?"
"No."
"War Id theiland?"
"No."
"Cholera sweating the land?"
"No."
"Floods and storms destroying every
thing?" "No."
"What's the matter?"
" "Not enough money."
The Gentleman from Mars thought,
nd scratched his head. Then he
thought again. Then he said:
"Who makes the money?"
"We do."
"Of what do you make It?"
"Oh, gold and sliver and nickel and
paper and several things."
"Isn't there enough material to
make more money?"
"Yes."
"Then why are you such a pack of
blamed tools that you don't make
some?"
And the Citizen of Earth was
abashed. Htockton Mail.
There will be services in the Cum
berland Presbyterian Church on the
Second and fourth Sundays In each
month, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
W. V. McGee, Pastor.
The Ladies' Bazaar of Albany has
again added a millinery department,
and has secured the services of a first
class trimmer Irom San Francisco.
Call around and see them when in Al
bany. C. G. Yelm, a travelling man of La
Fayette. Ind., while In Davenport,
Iowa, received an 1804 dollar from a
hotel clerk. He has Just sold it to the
cashier of a Chicago bank for $855. The
coin is one of only four, and has long
been unaccounted for.
A correspondent to the Florence
West writes as follows on the road
question: "The water is all right, but
the country wants roads. A town
without roads is too much like a town
in Iowa which was described as 'one
wing resting on the mill-dam and the
other resting on the damned mill.'
There is no such thing as a thriving
town or country without roads."
The following are the services for
next Sunday at the C. P. Church:
Bong service for young and old, 10:20
a. m.; preaching service 11 a. 111.; or
ganization of Sabbath School, 2:30 p.
m.; preaching service, 7:30 p. m.
Everybody invited toattend, especially
former pupils, young and old, friends
and members. Come and be with us
and let us do each other good.
W. V. McGeb, Pastor.
There are 172 papers published Id
this state, for a population of 300,000;
J7 are dally, 6 semi-weekly, 125 weekly,
1 semi-monthly and 14 monthly. I it
any wonder then that hard times is
telling the tale, and already lessened
the number a few? While some editors
have sturted the song which warbles:
"Delinquents, there must be a settle
ment this fall. We can't run a paper
without money, wood, potatoes or a
few gunny sacks to make undersuits
for the coming winter." Dallas Ob
server.
Referring to the State Agricultural
College's money in the bank of Job
Bros, at Corvallis, the Salem Journal
says: A few days before the bank
closed Treasurer Shipley drew a $10,000
warrant of the state treasurer, out of a
$39,000 appropriation, and deposited it
with Hamilton, Job & Co. They en
dorsed it and sent it to Ladd A Tilton
to pay a debt they owed there and the
state treasurer cubed it with their en
dorsement. They practically paid a
..private bank balance iflth public nion
This la a matter of record that
"hown in due season.
Trespass Law.
The last session of our legislature en.
acted a trespass law, the tprovisions of
which are, not generally known, and
violalers may piotlt by treading the
sameoveivoarefully. We publish the
law by renutst hi full:
SECMOJiil. It shall be unlawful for
any person, other than n officer on
lawful business, being muted with a
gun, pi.itul, er other firearm, to go or
trespass upon uuy enclosed premises or
lands without the consent ofithe owner
or possessor thereof,
Sue. 2. M shall'be unlawful for any
person to shoot upon or fromtthe pub
lic highways.
Skc. 3. Ithall bo unlawfuil.for any
person, being .armed with a un or
other firearm, localise, permit w sillier
any dog, aeeontpanying such tierson,
to go or enter upon any enclosedjprem
ises without Uie-eonsent of the wner
or possessor thereof; provided, thai this
section ahull not apply to dogs in pur
suit of deer or varmints.
Sec. 4. Any person violating the
provlslone of this act shall be deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon
.conviction thereof ahull be punished
by a fine not less than fifteen dollars
nor more than fifty dollars, and In de
fault of the payment of the fine Im
posed shall be committed to the county
jail of the county in which the offense
Iseommitted, one day lor every two
dollars of the said flue.
Sec. 6. Justices of the Peace for the
proper county shall have jurisdiction
of the trial of oftenses herein defined.
Prineville News.
(From Ochoco Review.)
Ferd McCallister will begin picking hops
on Monday, Sept. 26th.
We understand Elder Day has resigned
aB pastor of the Baptist church of this
place.
Mike Fitzgerald and Miss Jennie Gambill,
of West Branch, were married a week ago
Bunday.
C. F. Smith left Wednesday for Eugene
to buy powder, etc., to be used in construct
ing the "Stewart grade."
A number of gentlemen contemplate or
ganizing a brass band, and ere long they
will be wafting discordant sounds in the
wilderness.
Chris Cobra was over to Trout creek the
first of the week, and says there were six
inches of snow on the summit of the moun
tains between Trout and McKay.
The sales of beef in Crook county this
fall will amount to about $100,000 and of
horses to some $10,000, but what the wool
sales will aggregate nobody can estimate.
The recent rains thoroughly wet tiie
ground, causing the grass to start, and feed
will be excellent on the open range by the
time the sheep are brought out of the moun
tains. Last Tuesday the officers of the Prinevllle
Irrigation Co. issued $7600 preferred 10 per
cent bonds, payable in three year?, secured
by mortgage on the co npany's ditch. All
but $500 of the bonds were taken by parties
here.
Lou Hodges got home Monday from Ken
tucky. Like most of the others who took
horses to that state to sell, be reports a dull
market. When he left for home, Mr. Elkius
still had fifty head of horses which he had
not disposed of.
On FridAy of last week the case of M. H.
Bell against the town of Prineville came up
in Justice Elliott's court. The demur of
the defendant to the complaint was sus
tained. We understand the case will be up
pealed to the circuit court.
In Justice Elliott's court lust Wednesday
Henry Ueerheak was put on trial, charged
with petit larceny in having stolen some
provisions and other articles from T. C.
Swin's house. The evidence found Against
him beini conclusive, he was found guilty
and fined $66.
Last year there were 10.600 bushels of
wheat gro.ind into flour at the Prineville
mills. This was less than 2,000 short of I be
amount required to supply the local de
mand. If the recent rains have not materi
ally injured the wheat that was not threshed
the an ount that will be brought to this
market will be nearly double that of last
year, hence there will be considerable sur
plus. As there Is no market for the surplus
and there will be a shortage in the supply
of bacon and lard, why would It not be a
good investment for some one to go to Web
foot and buy up a lot of hogs to feed the
surplus gruin to.
The beautiful white building of the
Chicago Exposition are to lie sold as
junk. They are soon to be advertised
and knocked down to the highest bid
der. About the only things of future
use in them are the iron and steel
arches and timbers. It Is thought that
not more than $1,000,000 can be realized
from the auction. The Manufactures
and Liberal Arts building, which cost
1,600,000 will, it la believed, be gtveu
to the one who will tear It down and
carry the material away. The magni
tude of the undertaking will be realized
when It Is stated that eaoh arch con
tains twenty car loads of steel, all the
I pieces beiiig firmly riveted together.
A Iiarnsburg correspondent of the
Albany Herald says: "A little ohlld
died at the Davis hop yard Inst Friday
night. The child was In theare or a
wmnnu giving the name of Mrs. L. M.
Buchanan. When the news readied
theelty, Dr. E. DuGaa and C. F.
Wrihiht, the undertaker, called on Mrs.
Bueliiinan. The Dr. aay there is not
the least doubt hut the child's death
wa,caU8ed by croup. .Regarding her
self airs. Buchanan said thut'fur the
pant two years she had lived .In Eu
gene but she would leave fur Port An
gele&,ftvash., as soon as hop picking
was over. Regarding the child site
said it was her son's and that its
mother, la unknown. 'It is avwuif,'
she said., 'and there Is nothing more
to say about It.' The ehild was buried
Saturday."
Send your nan" and addrvMi to
Read Peacock & Co., Albany, Oregon,
and mention the Express, titey -will
mall you ,tt fashion sheet free .each
month.
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
Coauged Every Weelt.l
Wheat 4le.
Outs 20c
Hay $0 per ton.
Flour $0 W) per sack.
Chop $1 25 per ewt.
Bran 80c per owt.
Middlings tl 00 per owt.
Potatoes 60c
Apples Dried, 8c per lb.
Plums Dried, 7o.
Onions 2c.
Beef Dressed, -4c.
Veal 4oe.
Pork Dressed, 6.
Lard 17$.
Hams 1617 per lb.
Shoulders 12c.
Bides 16c per lb.
Geese $0 per doz.
Ducks $4 00 per doz.
Chickens $3 00(a)4 00.
Turkeys lOo per lb.
Eggs 14c ner doz.
Butter 20c pr lb.
tildes Green, 23e; dry, 6c.
CHICAGO AND THE
V WORLD'S FAIR.
Send ten cents (silver) or twelve
cents In stamps for a Hnndy Pocket
Guld to the great exposition; gives in
formation of value to every visitor.
Street Guide, Hotel Prices, Cab Fares,
Restaurant Rates, etc. Describes Un
hidden pitfalls for the unwary, and
hints how to keep out of them. This
indispenslble companion to every
visitor to the windy city will
be sent by mail, post paid, on receipt
of ten cents silver, or twelve ccnls in
stamps. Address
A. STAFFORD, Piiiii.ihiikr.
P. O. Box 2264, Now York N. Y.
DALGLEISH 4 EVERETT,
DEALERS IN
Furniture k Hardware
Carpets, Wall Paper,
Window Shades, Floor Battings, R
-ALSO-
WindowB, Door,
Builders' Hardware, &c, &o.
LEBANON, OREJON.
BARBER SHOP
Best Shaves, Hair Cut ot Shampoo at
BORUM & KIRKS'
Shaving Parlor.
NEXT DOOR TO ST. CHARLES
HOTEL.
Elegant Baths
Children Kindly Treated.
Ladies Hair Dressing a Specialty.
AlbanyS team Laundry
RICHARDS 4 PHILLIPS, Proprs,
Albany, Oregon
All Orders Receive Promt
Attention.
Special Rates for
Family Washings.
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money
Refunded.
R. 8. ROBERTS, Agbnt,
XAibnnon, OvokoiY
Albany Collegiate Institute
AL ANY,
Inll Term Degiii
A Full Corps of Experienced Teachers.
STATE DIPLOMAS TO NORMAL GRADUATES.
Eour Departments of Study Collegiate, Normal, lUisineBS, Primary.
Type-Writing-und Shorthand are taught. For catalogue address
Rot. ELBERT N. C0NDIT, A. M., President
Go and see the
Assortment
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Read, Peacock & Co.'s,
New Store
They will treat you right.
IjelmnOn mid .Albany, Oreg-on.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE noTMp.
Do jfw veaf them? When next la aaal try i pair.
est In the world.
5.00
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14.00,
MSB
13.50
12.50
12.25
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rat una
12.00
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1.75
12.
run
If mi out a Km DRESS SHOE, mada In H Well
ttylei, don't pay $6 to $8, try my S3, $3.J0, M.00 Jf
$5 Sho. 'Trwy Ht aqail to tuilom made and look and
mar at vail, if you wtah to Monomlio In ye., footwear,
do why pfenning W. L. Douglaa 8hi, Nana and
price atamped on the bottom, look tor it when you ouy.
W.ImIIUUUlab, jsrttciuon.aMa. boiuot
HIRAM BAKER,
l.KIUNHN. OB.
Lebanon Planing Hill
Manufactures uiitl deals In
Sashes, Doors, Blinds,
Frames, Counters, Shelving,
Scroll and Turned Work of every De
scription.
Stair Building a Specialty.
A Full Muck nt lliinuh and Pressed
l.iinilii'r nil the Yard.
Yniir i!ilruim;:i' Millclterl.
U II.SOX A CHASE.
0OPVRIQHT8. MO.
tor tnformatton and i we Handbook wrttfl to
MUHN k CU.. 301 BlUIADWAY, NKW VoilK.
Oldoit bureau for ecurlnn parents tn America.
Rvery patent taken out. by m in brnuulii before
tba pubilo by a uoitue given free of obarge In tba
I'ciftttifif JlromfM
Lanrait etrcnltilon of any loleatldo paper In th
world. Splendidly Ulutttmsii. No latelllnent
man athouid be tViUiom it. Weekly, 83.(10
jwt tl-OOitx month ii. Atidreis MUNN k CO
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Scllfio American
TO fTJ w'oavbats,
M'lWXir TRADE MARKS,
gl3W OI8ION PATENTS,
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OREGON.
Hopiemlor
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The Yaquina Route.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD,
E. W. Hadley, Receiver,
Direct Line Quick Dispatch
Low Freight Rates.
Between Willamette Valloy Points
and 8an Francitico.
Ocean, Steamer Sailings. ,
B. 8. WILLAMETTE VAI.I.EY.
lAiuves 81111 Kmiichwo, Murcli 14 mid !M,
" Vanning, " IK inula).
TIiIh Company roaorvestlie rlttlittoeliango
suiling ilnt without notice.
KIVKU 8TKAMKHH.
Htniiir "Hubr" Iciiivok I'orlluiiil, Weilnes-
iiny unit oitmniiiv m I. A. M.
II. 0. Bay. am. Ak'I,
bultnon St, Wharf, Portland.
P. It. VAtrinir., lion. Au't,
81111 KriiuclMto, Cnl.
C. C. Hoonit, It. F.& P. A..
C'orvnlliH. OrttKun,
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Sj)cinl MunaKr for
G. E. HARDY,
Lebanon, Oregon.
Watchmaker
AND
Mfg. Jeweler.
Dealer in Watches, Clocks
and Jewelry.
Fine Watch Impairing u Specialty..
All Work Fully Warranted.
El). C. PHELPS,
N otary Public,
Watkkum, Obkuon.
Conveyancing promptly attended to.
Buniness with the Land OIBcs, Post-offlce,
or Pension liuraiu will receive special at
tention, .
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