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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1894)
FRIDAY NOV. 23, ISM.
Thnksgivlog next Thursday.
, City elect lou one week from Monday.
$1.50 will buy yon n nice hat atMiw
Mrs. J. R. Gatchell hu moved into
Mr. A. Coiupton'a house.
We are glad to report Mrs. J. W."
. Menzies convalescent.
Or. Courtney inform us that Ira
Grishaiu ia alck with tonallltls.
Be sure and attend the caucus next
Tuesday evening at the ctty hall.
Mr. A. C. Harden and family re
' moved to their farm near Splcer yaster
Rev. Holmau will conduct the usual
services Sunday, morning and evtuing
at Miller's hall.
Mrs, Haupert has moved into Mr.
Montague's house, formerly occupied
hy A. C. Harden.
. Messrs. Pugh, Peterson and Barn1
returned Monday from the mountains,
.taring killed three deer. -
Licenses have been Issued for the
marring of Henry Ohrt and Margaret
Muds, and Wm Carlson and Christina
A first-class Thanksgiving dinner at
(he St. Charles Hotel, for 25 eta. Leb
anon elt'sens all invited.
J. B. Thompson, Prop.
Mm. Paulina Peterson, who has been
, -visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank Smith,
and also Dr. Asa Peterson and family,
left Wednesday foi her borne la Pen
Thanksgiving service will be held
iu the Cumberland Presbyterian church
. ou Thursday, November 29, at 11 A.K.
All the churches fn the city will units
in this service.
T. J. Hend rlckson hu opened a boot
shoe and repair shop In Klrkpatrick's
building. Mr. Hendrtckson is a first
jelass workman and we bespeak far
htm a liberal patronage.
Judge Duncan sraa in the city Wed
nesday. He had carload of lumber
hipped to this place to lay new deck
lug in the bridge across the Bantlam,
and was looking after having it hauled.
Trine, the foot-raoer, formerly of this
place, was beaten three feet in a tu-yd
grounds at Albany last Monday. It la
-reported that Trine's friends say they
will back him again for any amount
It is said the stake was f460.
Toledo is to have t creamery, and
7,000 pounds of milk has be guaranteed
which means about 170 a day for the
isrmers in tbat vicinity. One hun
dred pounds of milk makes from '4 to 8
pounds of butter, which Indicates
product of about 850 pound qf butter
Tbe ladles of the Christian church
will serve Thanksgiving dinner at
Miller's hail on Thanksgiving day
irom 12 to t o'clock add lunch from
to 7 P. K. Dinner, 25 eta.; lunch 15 cU.
Mr. Josh Lindsay, of Turner, has
purchased tbe Deltnonloo restaurant nT
Mrs. Haupert aud has taken charge.
Mr. Lindsay saya that he Intends to
change to a hotel In the near future.
He Is a gentleman, tbat has had much
experience In the hotel business.
Meetings are now In progress at the
First Presbyterian church and are
giuwiug iu interest ana power, ine
pastor preached Monday evening, Rev.
Molloy preached Tuesday evening,
Rev. Adams preached Wednesday
evening and Rev. Smick last evening:
A short prayer and praise service opens
the meeting each evening. Every
body is cordially Invited to oome aud
chare the blessings with us.
Mr. J. L. Bowman, the rustling
representative of the flalem Woolen
Mill store, Is iu town, and Judging from
the amount or orders he has taken, the
people know a good thing when they
see it. He carrye samples of all goods
ruade by tbe Salem Woolen Mills, also
some fine Imported g.mda. Mr. Bow
n.'an Informs us that he will call at
JPani;i oupe every six weeks. Any
one needing clothing will do well to
At the city oauetC1 week tue
following ioitot . nominated at
Bodavllle; Couucllmeu, i. 6-Brlggs,
Geo Werts, Dr. A. 0. Prill, ' w
McUe.llister and M. M. Basbnr; ti?
urer, J. P. Cheshire; recorder, A. Te.
Flory; marahal, Hana Johnson. Tbe
Review says: The above ticket Is a
good one and we honestly believe that
should they be elected they wU give
Dr. Lamberson, (he bop and com
mission man of Lebanon, was over on
Tuesday, Interviewing our various hop
growers, with reference to buying their
product. The doctor Informed us that
be is now engaged In the manufacture
of turpentlue, oil of oedar, oil of pepper
mint, ate, samples of which he exhibit
ed that appeared to b first olaai of
their kind. Ht purpose engaging la
,th manufacture of these ajrtloles eg
m, ,H, j, nil I fii ii IT II Til II
Get your prescription filled at
Feed oats for sale. Enquire of W.
N. W. Smith use tbe Durest drugs
Sheriff MoFeron was on our streets
one day this week.
C. A. Ebon expects to leave In a few
daye for California.
There baa been a great deal of steal
ing in Lebanon of late.
HijUhIi hul.-4 iu be had at Miss
Dunmnd's at hard time prices.
Bargains in school supplies and
stationery at Smith's drug store.
The case of L. A. Mouser against
B. nurk-nthaw Is t for 10 o'clock
When you want t" buy a suit of cloth
ing you will savo money by getting
It lit Bach'a.
W. C. Read and. wife, of Albany,
visited their daughter, Mrs. Chandler,
this week. .
J. E. Adcox, agent for the Albany
steam laundry, sends washings down
on Tuesdays only.
Any one wishing blank books or
envelopes should call and examine
M. A. Miller's stock. ,
Those who patronise Pugb & Munsey
always get the best there is in the mar
ket; at lowest prioea.
The best groceries and furnishing
goods at the lo est pi Iocs at Pugh &
Munsey'. Try them.
Pngh and Munsey have jest received
a new line of furnishing goods, price
them before buying elsewhere.
Markli.biebes f women sud mimes.
New goods, new styles ami jx'pular
prices. R. E. Young, Albany, Or.
Boyd doesn't chsrge any mo-e for
photos on cloudy days limn when
tbe sun shines, but gets a good picture
Just the same. -
These hard times we want to save all
we can, but of course we uave to eat,
at! II you will aave some by getting your
groceries at 8. P. Bach's.
Every cash purchaser of f 10 worth of
good at 8. P. Bachs store gets a crayon
portrste of themselves or freind free.
See sample of work in his window.
Good potato sack 6c apiece at Leba
non Warehouse In any quantity. Par
ties desiring to do so can ship potatoes
or bops through tbe house for 60 eta.
Mrs. F. C. Drum, who has been
visiting ber parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. O. Gentry and family, left yester
day for her home at Kulama Wash,
Ladles, call and see what bargains
you can get in millinery at
Miss Ddmond'b, -
' Opposite the Post Office.
Bins M. West Hive No. 1, L.O. T. M.
will admit members into the order for
$2. tlU December 1, 1894.
Alice Hyde, R. K.
Just to help us on our way-, Boyd
wilt make a reduction of $1.00 on the
doc for photos to all those who have
been married less than three months.
Yoifhg man, improve your time -by
going to school at Bantiam nadeniy
Take thetusiness course and fit your
self for usefulness in tbe business
Peterson, Ross ft Co. have some
splendid farms and city residences for
sale at a bargain on the installment
plan. If you want a farm or town
property, don't fail to see these men,
Owing to the lateness of tbe season
and the dull times, I offer my entire
stock at cost. So call and avail your
self of tbe opportunity to get an ele
gant hat at cost, at Mrs. Rice's.
Miller will self you
6 lead pencils for 6 cts.
12 sheets Fools cap paper for S cts.
a magnificent tablet for 6 cts.
in fact everything In the stationery
line In same proportion.
We can save you Dollars aud you
can be well dressed by giving Our
Traveler your measure for a tailor
Baleh Woolen Mill Store,
290 Commercial St, Salem, Or.
Insure your property with Peterson,
Ross ft Co. Tbey are agents for tbe
Old Reliable, Home Mutual, New
Zealand, Springfield of Massachusetts,
Continental, and other good, reliable
companies. Tbey also have money to
loan at 8 per cent, In sums from $200
up. . ..
She "Who's tbat nice looking man
across the street?"
He-"Why, that's Mr. . He's
wearing one of those fin tailor-made
suit, made by tbe Salem Woolen Mill
Moral Do likewise and be well
Five dollar Kangaroo shoe for 18.(0
Calloo, 18, 18 and 20 yards for $1.
pint grade House lining g oeuts.
Umbrella, Flannels, Sateens, Dress
flannel. Ladles' wool Test, eto, at bed
rook prices, Don't till to call at tbe
Racket ator add get price before
buying lwbra. ; , .
The Juvenile Tsmplars will glvs an
fitartaiDiusat at Miller1 hall next
Tuesday vsnlng, 'ov, 27. A good
program Will n renoerso, gaiun or
HAPPY HOME ITEMS.
Fine growing weather.
Grass and fall sown grain Is growing
Spelling school every Friday even
ing at Happy Home school house.
Mr. Brown, the teacher of Happy
Home school, has the good will of his
pupils and they are progressslng rapid
ly In their studies.
Mr. J. 8. Caldwell, of Lebanon, has
tieeu digging potatoes for several days
:it Mountain View.
Mr. and Mrs. Cummings have been
in poor health for some time. They
ure improving slowly. Mrs. Caldwell,
Mrs. Uleason and Mrs. Morgan have
been with them often.
Mr. and Mrs. Gee spent an evening
this week with Mr.. and Mrs. Cum
Mr. Rollins and son, Harry, are im
proving their new home and will soon
have a nice place.
We are glad to see our young friend,
Henry Sylvester, at home again.
Rev. Norton has been stopping sev
eral days with Mr. and Mrs. Gee.
The Suicide of Wesley Downs.
CorouerA. R. Jayne returned last
Saturday from Scio, where he went to
investigate the death of Wesley Downs.
It was a plain case of suicide. He left
a note saying he was tired cf life and
bad determined upon suicide. Heshot
himself In tbe head with a revolver,
blowing his brains out. He was a
young man not ' married and bad no
relative in Oregon. He owned shares
of stock in several Iron mines In
Pennsylvania and 11,000 In the Rock
Island street railway. He was worth
perhaps $5,000. He said In tbe letter
that he wished his property to go to
his father in Wisconsin.- Tbe cause of
bis suicide will perhaps never be
known, but is surmised that he had
met reverses in a love affair.
Mr. E. P. Vinlng, of Boston, Mass.,
made a flying visit Tuesday of last
week to his brother-in-law, B. F. Bod
well, of Waterloo, and then went on to
San Francisco to accept an important
position with the S. P. Co. He came
through via tbe C. P. Railway and
says times are improving in the East,
and things times will soon be better
on the Pacific coast. Mr. Vinlng Is sn
old railroad man, having been general
traffic manager of tbe Union Pacific
for about for about 11 years and has
held many other important railway
positions under Jay Gould, Sidney
Dillon and others, besides being chair
man of the Trans-continental associa
tion for about three years. He is also
interested in a large Perfumery ft Ex
tract factory iu Boston, and was look
ing over the ground In the West with
a view to establishing distributing
agencies for their goods. He also has
orders from a Boston 'syndicate to in
spect the Oregon Short Line aud prob
ably tbe Oregon Pacific, and will no
doubt, return to Oregon shortly to
look these propeities over and make
bis report. .
Notice of Citizens' Convention.
Notice is hereby given that on Wed
nesday, November tbe 28th, at the
hour of 730 p. M., at the Band Hall in
the city of Lebanon, Or., there will be
held a convention for the purpose of
placing in nomination, officers of the
said city for the eusuing year,to-wlt:
Six Members of the City Council.
The City Election.
As the city election draws near there
seems to be more interest taken in who
the newly elected officers will be. The
following-named persons have been
spoken of: For Mayor, Hon. M. A..
Miller; recorder, A. F, Stowe, W. M.
Brown and J. E.- Adcox; marshal, P.
W. Morgan, Joe Smith, G. W. Taylor
and Phil Ritter. For councilman .we
have not been able to find anyone
willing toaccept, but as the time draws
near. No doubt good men wlll.be
' Go to Hiram Baker's for your $1.60
men and ladles' shoes,
Buy your stationery of M. A. Miller
and you will save money.
When you want a new hat don't for
get Pughand Munsey. Tbey have the
Mr. Harrison MoEweu, who has
spent the past year on tbe coast is
visiting in the city.
The case of B. N. Peeblar agulnst
8. A. Cocbell and wife has been post
poned until Saturday.
Miss Mattie Gentry, who baa been
visiting her parents, at thl place,
returned to Portland yesterday.
The ladle of Lebanon and vicinity
are cordially invited to call stthe
Ladles' Bazaar, when In Albany, and
examine tbelr elegant fall stock
Everything new and of the very latest
Music lessons at the academv have
been reduoed from 09-CO to t! per
month, Barman ft to student i but If w should fall to put Iu m'"'Jt
vr. lHu (It kUf ibt f SlWfljoU.oillli'.l rtlu)
People are getting their potatoes
nearly all out of the ground, and get
ting ready for the long winter rains.
Rev, 8ummerville,'of the M. E.
church, of Lebanon, preached a good
sermon at the Tennessee school house
last Sunday at 8 o'clock to a oiowded
Friday even'ng, Nov. 23, Hit Ten
nessee school will g.ve an entertain
ment, after which a box social will be
the amusement of the evening. All
The MoKnight Bros, and Davis Bros
have gone to the mountalnson a deer
Quite a remarkable case of tobliery
happened 8, few days ago at the house
of Enoa 8hcrfy. Two men were seen
pass the house In a wagon. In a few
minutes they stopped, one of the men
going hack to the house called Enos
out to the front door ami talked to
him while the other man slipped to
the back porch and stole a goat Mr.
Sherfy had dressed and left hanging
there. All that could be done was to
kill another goat
Rev. Turner's son who has been
working for Mr. Douden, has beeu
seriously ill, but is a little better at
Sherman wants to know what what
is the best thing to sharpen a razor
The chairman of tbe board of direc
tors called a school-meeting on the 17th
of this mouth. The object of the
meeting was to elect a director iu the
place of the unexpired term of B. F.
Simonds, lately resigned. Mr. T. P.
McKnight was elected by a large ma
jority over two other candidates, Dick
Fronk and Noah Bashor.- '.
The Chrysanthemum Pair,
The Chrysanthemum Fair, given by
the ladies' society of the Presbyterian '
church last week was quite a success
socially and financially. Mrs. Cru
son's design, a lyre made of yellow
chrysanthemums strung with white
ribbons was a very perfect and pleasing
piece of work. The frog under the
toadstool was a very unique and at
tractive design, displaying much (.kill
and showing lots of work. This beau
tiful design was exhibited - by Mrs.
Bodwell. Space will not permit us to
mention all tbe different designs, nor
do justice to tbe beauty of the. display.
Mr. Boyd has photographed the scene
and those who did not have the good
fortune te see the origfnal will have an
opportunity of getting a photograph
from-some of tbe ladies or Mr. Boyd.
The ladies desire to thank those w ho
took the kindly interest to furnish
flowers for the display and also to
thank the public for their patronage.
A House Plundered.
While Mr. J. W. Menzies and family
were at tbe shingle mill, some, sneak
thief broke into their resilience and
ransacked the house, among other
things, stealing . many keepsakes
which formerly belonged to Mrs. Mon
ties' mother, one being a highly-prized
watch. Tbey also stole a suit of cloth
ing and an overcoat. Mr. Menzies
tried to keep tbe matter quiet In the
hope of finding the guilty parties, but
the news leaked out. It Is t be hoped
tbe guilty parties will be found.
The 'first quarterly meeting tor Ibis
conference year will be next Saturday
aud Sunday, the 24th and 25th, at the
M. E. church. Public service on Sat
urday at 2:30 P. M., followed by quar
terly conference. Service also in the
evening. Love feast Sunday morning
at 10, followed by communion. Rev.
John Parsons, tbe presiding elder will
conduct all the services. .
' D. T. SUMSlEKVILI.E,
The Waterloo Woolen Mills.
Mr. Thoe. Kay, the Salem Woolen
Mill man, passed through the city
again Wednesday for Waterloo. Two
carloads of the machinery for tho new
woolen mills have arrived aud un ex
perienced man came up from Salem
yesterday to superintend putting up
the machinery. Teams are now Indus
triously eugaged in hauling the ma
chinery to Waterloo, and the mill will
be In operation some time in January.
The Portland Universal Exposition
will ojieu on- December 1, and run to
January 16, 189S, It is said the pros
pects are exceedingly favorable-that
the coming Exposition will excel In
variety and magnitude any that has
heretofore beeu held in that city
Those of our people who were not so
fortunate a to visit the World's Fair
at Chicago, or tus Mtd-wluter Fair, at
Han Francisco, will have an opportun
ity to see many of the most attractive
feature of those expositions, which
have been secured for. the one to be
held in Portland. We acknowledge
the reoelpt of a complimentary ticket,
also an Invitation to be present at the
opening ceremonies for which we
return our heart felt tliaults end will
! say that we will try aud b on hand,
Read. Peacock & Co.
SOME PLAIN TALK.
Goods which wo sell are guaranteed to be as repre
sented. Our prices will.be found, by comparison, lower
than elsewhere. ;
Will receive the . same careful consideration and
attention which we afford our customers in person.
We Hav.e Received an Excellent Stock of .
W INT E E SUITS.
In Neat Patterns, Suitable for the Best of Men.
Woolen Suits from . $7.50 Up-'
Fine Stilt Hats " 1.50 "
Fine Hearth Underware
. Waterproof shoes;
-WRITE FOR PRICES.
ALL EXPRESS ORDERS PREPAID.
Boots & Shoes.