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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1894)
FRIDAY NOV.W), IMH.
City election Mouday.
Mm. J. W. Menales U Improving.
Rev. A. Melvlu William In in th
Everybody should turn out nd vote
Mr. Jua. Davidson left yesterday for
Salcin on a visit.
Dr.AVallaoe.'of Albany,' waa in the
city the first of the wek.-
Wt are glad to report that Mr.
Frank Molst'ta Improving. ,
Mr. C. 0. Raw lings and family are
pvnd.liig the week in Albany.
MIssFannleGrigge went to Albany
yesterday to speud Thanksgiving with
The men who worked on the Bt
Uhsrlee Hotel have been paid' In full
and are happy.
Mr. Ed Kellenberger had the mis
fortune to cut his hand pretty bad
this week while butchering. ,
Prof. 0. W. Wllka went down to
Altmiiy-yesterday to take Thanksgiv
ing dinner with friends in that
ity. ' ' . :
Mr. l'enlek sold Ms interest In'the
livery stable to Mr. A. Cmphrey, who
' win taae cuarge me nrsi 01 iMoern-
' Itev. Holman will hold services in
Miller's Ball next Monday as usual.
"Paul's, df fence before Agrippa" will
be his theme. , .
Mr. Perilck expect to leave In a
hort time fur bis old home In Charlton
Iowa. He having sold tits interest in
the livery stable. .
Mrs. 0. M. Westfall, the wife of our
popular livery man, la very low, and'
her friends entertain serious doubts of
her recovery. -The family have the
sympathy of tbe entire onmmumlty.
It looks a little suspicious when you
aee a young single man looking around
to buyV rent a dwelling but such is
tbe case with a certain young man, of
Lebanon, , .
An Albany butcher was in .the city
this week seeing about opening a
' butcher shop here' We understand
that be. said, he intended to start
Both the governor and secretary of
state are out of tbe state. A Salem
paper says 'C. W. Fulton, president
of the senate, would be acting gov
ernor in case of necessity.
Tt how requires the services of four
teachers In the North Brownsville
public school, and Mta. Micbener has
lieen employed to take charge of the
fourth room. Times.
Hon C- B. Montague, of Lebanon,
was In the city yesterday visiting his
daughter, Dr. Clara M, Davidson, and
will proceed today on a business trip
to Vancouver, Wash., where he baa
large property , interests. aleu
Mian Venule Waggoner, daughter of
Hon Geo. Waggoner, ef Corvallls,
and Mr. Henry Allen, will be united
. in marriage on Thanksgiving evening
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i' iue irn;'jie ui uie unue pal eu M.
i ne novel mrvsins was recently
sold at chief of police sale, aud now
the city council haa had to take steps
. to eject the occupant, Landlord
Wllklns, who refuses to give up the
Horace Nathan Pennnycr, the only
son of Gov. Pennoyer died at Wllllsms
town, Mass., last Saturday. He waa
back there attending Williams' college
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iui rauifl'ii. nolo wiuie MLieuuiuir ion
ball game anil fn a few days typhoid
fever set Iii which lie died with. Hla
mother had been auinmoned but" be.
died before she reached him.
The Albany Farmer's Co. of this city
has just made a contract for 60,000
sacks at 4 cents per sack, a saving of
8 or 4 cents a sack over previous years.
The decrease !u prioe is due to the. re
cent tariff legislation and needs' no
argument to show the benefit of it It
rnans about 1 otiits per bushel more
for wheat next yea. , Democrat.
V. UL jjcransierB use suspeuueu pu--
licalldb of the Bodavllle paper. He
and Chan, U, Anderson, formerly on
tbe ExPKKBs-foroe have formed a 3o
pahnersnlp and will start a paper at
U..1-k,,-.- Tl.nn ... HI II , l.a aam.
unnwvuii .1.; mi, uv ... mhk
, plaut that has been used at Bodavtlle,
they havlug moved It up to Harris
Aurg yesterday. Both of these boys
are good printers and fine fellows' aud
If the Harrlsburg people will give
them the proper aupport we be
lieve that they will give them' good
paper, We wish them suooeu,
Geo, Alexander received a telegram
Tuesday from hla brotbsr Frank, of
psivui, imuriumK UIUI VI 111V UWfcU HI
Will H. Alexander another one of
hla brothert, of that olty. Dsseassd
waa a printer, he and Frank, both
were employed in the state printing
office. He bad been ailing for tome
time but was able to work last Sat
urday. George. left Tuesday after
Ct.t I .. I I . I. I ... . U A .1.
X oo n and expected to .meet Frank lu
Albany that night with tbe remain
Mr. J. CBilyeu sold bit hops' this
Miss Lassie Wallace, of Albany, is
in tbe city.
Mrs. W, J. Ray is quite sick at her
There is talk of organizing a K. of P.
lodge at this place.
N. W. Bmith uses the purest drugs
Htyllsh hits can be had at Miss
Diimond's at bard time prices.
Bargains In school supplies aud
stationery at Smith's drag store.
Mfs Abbie Fry, of Albany, spent
Thanksgiving in Lebanon.
Atty. Ji.Iid M. Somen was in the
city a oouple of day this week.
The entertainment given at the M.
E. church last night was grand.
Mia, (. W. BeUle, of Oakland Or.,
was visiting relatives In Lebanon this
Miss Pauline Adams gave a social
last night to her friends. All reported
a pleasant evening.
There will be a oonseivative ticket
put In the field today with A.. Jack
Adams f. r n ayor.
There waa a social d.noe In the
Union ball last night. All who attend
ed reported a good time.
The union revival servloes are- still
in proitress. They are being conducted
in the M. E. cnurcb, South, this week.
Boyd doesn't charge any more for
phntoa on cloudy days than when
the sun shines, but gets a good picture
just tbe seme.
These hard times we want to save ail
we can, but of course we have to cat,
atill you will save MHne by getting your
groceries at 8. P. Bach's. '
A large uumlier of Mb K Minis
Baslett'a friends gathered at the re
sidence of Mr. Hlndmanj last Thurs
day and gave Miss Fannie a supriaa
Just to help us on our way, Boyd
will make a reduction of 11.00 on the
doc. for photos to all those who have
been married less than three months..
Young man, improve your bme by
going to school at Ban tiara Academy.
Take tbe buslneas course and fit your
self for usefulness In tbe business
A large number of young people
gathered at the residence of W. B.
Donaca . last nlgbt where they spent
tbe evening very pleasantly. A fine
supper was served.
Peterson, Roes A 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 aee these men.
Owing to tbe lateness of the season
and the dull timet, I offer my entire
stock at cost Bo call and avail your
self of the opportunity to get an ele
gaut hat at cost, at Mrs. Rice's.
Insure your property with Peterson,
Ross & Co. They are agents for the
Old Reliable, Home Mutual, Mew
Zealand, Springfield of Massachusetts,
Continental, and other good, reliable
oompauies. They also have money to
loan at 8 per cent, in sums from $200
E. W. Hadley, lu a big two-oolumn
advertisement, offers his residence in
Corvallls for tale at 25 per cent less
than coat. "Tbe bouse was built and
grounds laid out for a permanent home
and with no idea nf selling. It is ihe.
most complete home In the oouiity."'
The ladies of Lebanon and vicinity
are cordially invited to call at the
Ladles' Bazaar, when lu Albany, and
examine Iheir elegant fall stock
Everything new and of tbe very latest
Music lessons at the academy .have
been reduced from $2.60 to $2 per
month. Harmony free to students
taking lessons in auy other otlbe
They say funny things back in
Kansas when a political fight Is on.
For instance, a newspaper back there,
refenlui to the newly elected govern
or. "The reason horses do not bring
more la because street cars are run by
electricity, threshing . .machines by
steam, and tbe atste by a donkey.
Last week Countable C. W. Watts,
of Albany, went to Sweet Home to
arrest a Morris, but on arriving at
Sweet Home fouud Morris had gone
to Southern Oregon. Bo this week he
went down and tound Morris at Med
ford where be', arrested him and
brought blm to Albany. The trial
waa to take place Wednesday. It is
alleged that Moris killed a large
number of deer for their bidet with
outattemptlng to make any use of tbe
Thanksgiving was observed In Leb
anon this year about a usual. Union
Rervioas were held in tbe Cumberland
churoh, Rev, Beattl delivering tbe
sermon, The ladles of the Christian
churoh gave a tnagoifloent dinner in
Miller's ball, beside the elegant tuikey
dinner given by tbe Bt, Charles Hotel.
All buslneas bouse were closed front
11 UlU o'eleok to glv the proprietor
and clerks an opportunity to tnjoy
Thanksgiving dinner.. The evening
was uuwrvfu oy eonut litre toenail,
looiel dauft, preaohjug S ul,r'
laiuiasut ai'tn his suyworiN
Disturbing The Peace.
While the Jordan trial was going on
hefo-e Justice Irvine yesterday (Wed'
nesday), del Hayden, tbe youngerson
of Judge Hayden,- Walked into the
court room and throwing his bat down
on a vacantchaip, stepped up to pris
oner at the and in a threatening man
ner asked of blm, 'Willis, do you
want a cigarette?" Hit father, who
was sitting near by, noticing the ag
gressive manner of hla son, at onoe
grappled with him. Other came to
the Judge'a assistance and a herce
struggle ensued with the desperate
young man who was wildly intoxi
cated. In the scuffle young Hayden'
pistol went off, the bullet passing
through the stove-pipe and Imbedded
itself In the wall Will Hayden, an
oldor brother of Clel's, hearing tht
row rushed Into the court room with a
drawn revolver In his hands. Tbe
young Unydent were promptly over
powered and placed under arrest.
A Narrow Escape.
The Rosebunr Plaindealer.of the22d.
says: "Alex Livingston, fireman of
engineer Btroud, yesterday bad a nar
row escape from serious Inlurv. While
between Cresswell and Walker; be was
rearranging some wood on the tender,
and while doing as lost hla hold and
fell to to the giound. The train was
running 16 miles an hour and had
goue about half a mils helhr Mr
Stroud missed his fireman. He stopped
his train as toon as possible, and on
looking back aaw Alex coming along
the track toward tbe train.- He was
uniniured and commenced flrlnv at
ouce. The accident occurred at nearly
ine same place where Firemau Hogan
was killed a few weeks since, the en.
glue being the same, No, 42, a waa
also the train crew."
Equal To All Demand.
A story is going the rounds of the
newspaper of an energetio woman
about SO years old who for work ap
plied at tbe offioe of tbe United States
Rubber Companv in New York Citv.
and waa told by tbe clerk to go up
stairs ana see toe foreman , Tbe wom
an, not knowing the wav. went out
Into the yard, and aeelng no other
way to get up she tucked up ber skirts
and ascended the fire escana tn ti
fourth story. There she opened tbe
window and climbed In, to the sur
prise of the foreman, who was stand.
ingnearby. The foreman, after re
covering from hia embarrassment,
asked .her what she wanted. The
woman stated her mission. She ant a
A. P. A.
Mr.. Eddy, an onranker or th
American Protective Association was
In this city, this week, looking to the
I'ication of a lodge. He Inter-viewed
several of our citizens, but from all
reports, he must have gotten "the cold
shoulder." Our people some time
run oft with " Pooullutlo follies, hut
they draw the line at the ghost of tbe
"Know-Nothing" party. This un-
American idea should find no place
with American citizen. Hostility to
foreigners Is born of a narrow and
blgotted mind, for but a few years ago
we were all foreigners. Let tbe
"American Protective Association"
. May be Turned Out of Doors.
There is an old ladv at Philomath.
writes "Jacob," who about fifteen
years ai! was left an estate worth in
the neighborhood of $20,000. with an
Indebtedness of something like $3,
0(10. Today the Inheritance is all gone
aud for money borrowed and spent in
eztravagsnoe. Site put what remain
ing property she had out of her band
to avoid mating obligations good, and
now it is rumored, she mav be turned
out of house and home. Surely the
way or the transgressor is hard.
Feed oats for sale. Enquire of W.
Buy your stationery of M. A. Mliler
and you will save money.
When you want a new bat don't for
get Pugb and Muutey. They have the
J. E. Adoox, agent for tbe Albany
steam laundry, sends washings down
on Tuesdays only.
Aoyoue wishing blank books or
enveloes should CUI and examine
M. A. Miller's stock.
Those who patroulze Pugb Muusey
always get tbe best there I in the mar
ket; at lowest price.
The best groceries and furnishing
goods at tbe io est prices at Pugb 6
Munsey'. Try thein. .
Pugh and Munsey bave just received
a new line of furnishing goods, prlot
them before buying elsewhere.
Mackintoshes f women anil miss.
New good, new styles aud popular
prices. B, . Younq, Albany, Or,
Blna M. West HIv No. 1, L. O. T. M,
will admit member Into tb order for
U till December 1, ISM.
Attn Hydr, a K,
W cau save you Dollur and you
can tie wll dressed by giving Our
Travel; r your measure for t tailor
The basket social at the Tennessee
school house lart Thursday night was
a grand success. Mr. Ed Humphrey,
of Lebanon, kindly gave bit assistance
ami played the part of auctioneer,
mere were twelve baskets told rang.
ing from 36ot. to TOcta. each. The
singing by the Tennessee choir was
highly appreciated aa well a the solo
by Ed Humphrey.
Mr. Elbert Munsey and Allen
Simon furnished some select reading
after which came the soap bubble
contest. Mary McKulght taking the
prize for blowing the largest bubble,
and Clarence Ross tor the most bubble
In five minutes. Tbe supper of course
waa luimonoe, which all did Justice
tn, Tenuessee beats the world for a
general good time. By the way
Sherman Wallace got the basket lie
The Fronk brothers in company
with the Blacklaw Bros, and Paul
Vallersbave gone to the mountain
on a deer hunt. i
. The McKulght and Davit Bros,
have returned having killed three
Mis Anna Blacklaw was at home
last 8unday on a visit.
Mis Grace Humnhrev and' Mlsa
Ella Holman are Ihe guest of Mrs.
Fronk this week,
Mis Viva Baltimore spent last week
In Tennessee.- '
The Prodigal Son has returned.
Henry Wallace and family have
returned to Tennessee where they
will make their future home,
Sherman Wallace has purchased a
new boat which will make weekly
trips between Tennessee and Canada
during tbe coming winter.
. MVSTRK Y,
ACADEMY NOTES, "'
A two days Thanksgiving vacation (
will be taken this week. '
Our sobool continues to increase
both in number and interest. . .
Henry Smith, Ewd. Umphrey,
Joel Meyer an4 Sherman Wallace
entered school tbi week. -. ,
The Entertainment will begiven in
the chapel at 8 o'clock t. x. Mlsa
Vandereal.ls an elocutionist of note
and an enjoyable programme is aasur
ed. Admission 25 cts.
An Elecutionary and Musical enter
tainment will be given for tbe bepefit
of the Academy,' on Friday evening
Dec 14, by Mlas Marie Vaudersal, of
Salem, assisted by home talent.
Some of the student have suggest?
ed that the school should be changed
to a Boys Seminary aa the girls are
in a hopeless minority. But some tf
the boys think that what is lacked in
quantity is more than balanced' in
A meeting of the Directors of the
Academy. National Bank was held
recently. The following officers were
elected: Pres. J. B. Marks, Vice Pres.
aud Sec B. A. Randle, Cashier R. G.
Miller. Tbe affairs of the bank were
fouud to lie on a firm and paying
basis. ' ' '
Trials of a Revenue Officer.
Revenue officers do not seem to fare
well in Corvallls. According to the
Times an old time fist fight enlivened
things in the office of tbe Occidental
Hotel for a bit' Thursday afternoon.
Both combatant went to grass with
first one aud then the other on top,
but both, together with mine' host
Schmidt still live to tell their off
spring the story of the encounter.
Oscar Hodgius, . proprietor of the
corner saloon was one of the lighters
and George Chapman, a revenue offi
cer from Portland was the otiier. The
afislr began in Hodgiu'a saloon, whcie
Chapman called to examine Hodgius'
license, but there it did not attain the
the importance of a knock-down and
drag-out. II was at the Occidental
half au hour later Chapman was led to
tbe recorder and fined ten dollars.
About midnight Chapman was sur
rouuded by deputy Bkiptoo and ar
rested on a warrant sworu out of Jua
tlu i Holgate' court by Hodglu. The
complaint charge blm with an assault
wltb a deadly weapon, Hla examina
tion was fixed for December 3d and he
gave bonds lu the sum of (AO for hit
appearance, with Mine Hoat Schmidt
at bondsman. Next 'mowing Chap
man ran up agaiutt a third warrant
charging blm with carrying a cou-
oealed weapon, It was aworo out of
Juetlo Wilton' court by John Scrf
ford and was served by Sheriff Otburn ,
Chapman claimed that under th Un
ited State law b wat allowed to carry
a wtapen. He wat released on bis
own reoognitanoe, and nt examina
tion set for Deovmber 8d. Chapman
is t mad man, and as he has Uuole
Bam at his back it is probable that th
nd Is not yet.
She "Who's that nice looking man
across tb street?"
He-"Why, that' Mr, . HV
wsarlug out of those flu tailor-mad
suite, uisds by tb Halam Wuolw Mill
. JMOMU.&0 UtowJn u L ,wU
SOME PLAIN TALK.
Goods which we sell
sented.' Our price'i will be
than elsewhere. '
" Will receive the same careful consideration and
attention which we afford our
We Have Received an Excellent $tock of '
., In Neat Patterns, Suitable for the Best of Men.
Fine Stiff Hats " 1.60
Fine Hearth Underware
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