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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1895)
FRIDAY, APRIL 12, I8M.
Kunday ti Easter,
Mr, Marian Walton hu been quite
Charles C, Ami drove to Albany
There la only one mora month f
public who l.
Prof, llliwa leiture tonight at the
Burt Davl ran away again laat Fri
day. He wen! enutb.
D D. Shaw has moved Into one of
Dr. Foley' bouse.
N. W Smith moved Into Mr. S. 0.
Wallace' house this week.
J. W.Mcniies and family returned
Tuesday frrm a visit to Salem.
L. J. Peterson's second daughter,
Emma, baa the lung fever.
Mra. J. R. Thompson of the St.
Charles, has been alck a few day thl
Mr. Ed Umphrey nd hi bone to
Postmaster gmllh and ha purchased
N. W. Smith's bicycle,
License was issued last Saturday for
the marriage of Peter J. Looken and
Mut tie Haisen, of Harrlsburg.
i A load nf machinery passed through
the city In route for the woolen mills
at Waterloo last Tuesday morning.
Mrs. F E Allen and little daughter
Ruth of Albany, are visiting her sister,
ills Anna Dumcnd, this week.
Mr. Jayliire, of Shelburn, was In the
city yesterday visiting his brother-in-law,
L. M. Wheeler i nd family.
W. J. Tu midge left Tuesday for the
Nespnrse Reservation where be goe
to look around with a view of locat
ing. Mr. Ed Kellenlierger butchered
another one of his stall fed beeves this
week It weighed when dressed 850
W. H. Keen, of Bweet Home, bss
moved to Lebanon and now occupies
lil residence where D. D.Bbaw form
Spring has come and now I good
time to have some photos taken. Drop
in at the Lebanon Art Gallery and
. get prices.
We are (.leased to heir that Mrs. C.
E MeCluIn is able to again use ber
foot, she hud the misfortune -to cut
some few days ago.
,J Pearl Rebekoh Lodge No. 47 I. O. 0,
F. will give a social and supper on the
evening of April 26. All cordially In
vited. Bupper 25 ceut.
Mr. C. H. Ralston, weigher and
pager of t he custom house In Port land,
visited friends In this city last Tues
day and Wednesday.
John Ollena, nf Missouri, half-
brother of John Morris of this city,
arrived in this elty Tuesday nd ex
perts to stay until fall.
The Stnwe divorce suit waa tried
before Judge Hewitt last week, and we
understand that Mrs. Btowe waa given
hei divorce and the children.
Rev. J. H. Beattle, J. M Marks and
wife, Mra. Htubblefleld and Miss Nona
Miller left Tuesday for Dallas, Polk
icnunly where they go to atieud Pres
bytery. Miss Pearl Walker of Spier, I vis
iting the fiiiully of her elster.Mr. J. B.
Thompson of the Bt. Charles, also
her brother, Moss Walker, few days
Mr. W. J. Unger ha become Ibe
possessor of s. fine buggy which
means lo of soda-water for Willie,
and it is not at all probable that he
will drink alone.
J. Y. Smith who came out hereon
account of the Illness and death of hi
brother who recently died at Soda
vllle recently, left this week fur bis
borne In Iowa.
Mr. F. E. Allen, Mr. Dell Blddle
and Miss Birdie Day, came out from
Albany lust Sunday afternoon on
ithelr wheels and uncut an hour wltb
friends, returning home same evening.
Rev. A. Jack Adams, A. E. Will
iams, A. U. Williams and J. H. Jobu
on left yesterday for Woodhuru to
' attend the Cumberland Presbyterian
Presbytery which meet at that
A stray dog has taken up his abode
wt Mr. Ourlund'e and Is living on fresh
eggs. Jt ia said the dog chases the
ben until they lay and then appropri
ates the eggs. The owner had better
cull fur the dog. It It a female black
Mr. Dave Ashpaugb, formerly of
Athena, but now of Dixie, Polk
county, was in the city a few day
this week visiting old friend aud
relatives. Mr. Ashpaugb I a brother
rl yrandrna Ralston who died last
Johnnie L. Morgan returned borne
lust Friday evening from Natron,
where be bad been filling the posi
tion at that plaoe as agent. He re
' mined to bla former place here laat
Holiday morning as assistant, with
Si nut genial and accommodating agent,
t'vvd V. MWwlt.
X' slay U Good-Friday,
Hiram Baker buy all kind of
Mayer Klmbreugh want your
Go to Hiram Baker for your wall
VIA papers for tale here at five cents
You can get 8 loaves of bread at
Mayer ft Kitubroughfor 25 ct.
Mia Allle Wallace is visiting friends
in Scio thl week.
If you want to buy property cull ou
or write Peterson 4 Andrews.
Smith has Just added fifty new books
to bia circulating library.
If you want to sell property list it
with Peterson A Andrews.
Pugh & Muuscy want your produce
and will pay you the highest price
Pugh & Munsey are always ahead
on fresh groceries at prices as low us
Assessor Deakin has gone to South
ern Oregon for the benefit of bis
Be sure aud bear the lecture by Prof.
Blues to-night at the Presbyterian
Dr. O.W. Cheadle's ofllee hours troui
10 a. m., till 6 p. m. Office over City
When you want to buy a suit of cloth
Ingyou will save aiouey by getting
It at Bach's.
Mrs. 8. M. Western, daughter and
sou left this place Weduesiluy for
Pugb & Muncy li.ve just received
their spriug stock of hats which tbey
are selling cheaer than ever.
Mr. Sturtevant of Bweet Home, was
the Jehu of the Bweet Home stage last
Monday, in the place of A. Wheeler.
All knowing themselves Indebted to
me will please call and settle at
once. M. A. Miller.
if you want anything In the hard
ware or tinware line now Is the time
to buy as Carman A Co. are selling out
below cost, ,
Married, at tbe borne of the bride's
father, April 7, by Rev. I. Curlton,
Miss M. D. Miles and Mr. James A.
Call and see Prof. Vogel at Smith'
drug stow If your eyes trouble you.
He will only tie here a few days.
Don't wall till the duyn get hot, but
come now wiiiie the air is fresh and
cool, and have your photos taken at
Pugh 4 Muncy bavejust recived a
large Invulue nl Indies' children' and
men's sbiss. Bee them and you w ill
Prof. Browuson, pre-ident of Me-
Mlnnville College, preached in the
Baptist church, of this place, Sunday
morning and evening.
These hard times we want to save all
we can, but of course we have to eul,
atill you will save some by getting your
groceries at S. P. Bach's.
Hiram Baker received another large
Invoice of spring goods this week
direct from the east. He invites the
puolictocall and inspect these goods
aid get price.
Ladies if you are ihinkirg of telling
a pair of shoes or a ni w dress i.ext
week, you will want to know where to
get the Iwst for the least money, Mr.
Baker always carries the best. -
Ladies, if you wuut a good clie:'p
shoe for yourself, d n't forget to go to
Baker'a or send for bis 99c, $1 IS, $1.50
$2.00 or $2.60, the liest in the world fir
the money. His motto is,' never to
be under sold,
H. J. Boyd Itched his photograph
tent at Sbedds this week. His brother
Jim will run It during Ibe summer,
and will send the negatives here to
Lebanon, to have the work finished.
We will say that those who patronize
this tent, will get firstclass work, as
Mr. Boyd Is by far the best artist that
ever came to this city, and we will say
bis work will compare favoruble with
any III tbe slate.
There will be a very Interesting
Easter service at Ibe M. E. church next
Sunday evening. The services will lie
under the auspices of (he young people
of the church aud will consist of songs,
recitations, dialogues, responsive read
ings, etc. Easter commemorates
tbe resurrection of tiie Lord Jesus
In which every one is more or less
Interested In. Miss Blanche Warner
will deliver the opening address. All
are cordially Invited lo be present. It
will begin at 7:30 p. m.
Mr. John Moist and Miss Carrie
Unger were united in the holy bonds
of matrimony, at the home of the
bride's parents last Sunday morning,
Rev. Martin Hickman nIHclutlug.
Miss Unger, as a lady is regarded by
all with high esteem, and as Mr. Mois
is a man of sound integrity, vuruelty
and In a good financial standing is
sufficient guarantee that their blended
path way will I bright and pros
perousone. The Expkw, with their
many friends extends congrutuiiitious,
aud may theirs lie a life of undisturbed
pleasure. May Ibe sun of On Ir happi
ness oontinually shine, and their path
way be brlghteued by many j liiteiing
N. W. Smith haa a new .Columbia
wheel. , -
Quite a numlmr are contemplating
the purchase of wheels. ' ...
Mrs. L, Fidey and little daughter,
Winnie, were visiting In Albany this
Mayer & Kimbrough will psiy you
Bots, per pound for your chickens,
ducks ami turkeys.
Prof. Vogel make no charge for
treating your eyes If you have Income
back the second time.
Our enterprising merchant, B. P
Bach, has four men employed assort
ing and sacking potatoes preparatory
to shipping to Portland.
The Baptist church failed to raise
the salary for lie v. Esle so he will
not preach any longer for them. Rev.
Estesand family Intend to leave to
day for Salem ou a visit.
The exercise by the music class at
the Academy lust Saturday evening
was a fitting close to the commence
ment week. The pupils acquitted
themselves with much credit to their
teacher, Ml Hattie Warner. The
program wns enjoyed by a well filled
house, which shown that the senti
ment for good musical talent Is on ibe
increase. Miss la! lie Warner's solo
was esecially good and showed rare
executory ability. Miss Ilda Elkins
was re-called the second time.
Prof. Vogel, an eye specialist of
Salem, ia ill the city for a few days.
He has fitted glasses for quite a num
ber since he eanie, among whom are
Uncle .lackey Settle and Mr. Jonathan
Wassoin and all are well pleased with
his work. The professor conies here
well lecoininended line will guarantee
you satisfaction. If your eyes bother
you call and see him at Smith's drug
store. He makes no charge for exam
ination. Mr. Hans Wadley and family ar
rived in Lebanon last Monday from
the northern part of Wisconsin.
There was twelve in the family. They
chartered a large car in which they
shipped Iheir household good" farming
iiiipliments including wagon, buggy,
hack, reaper, mower, and plows they
also had three head of fine horses some
fine lings and a lot of chickens. It
was a curiosity to see how much was
packed hi the ear and the way It was
arranged. Mr. Wadley and family
went on up to Sweet Home where he
br.d bought a farm.
The Expkkrs lias been reliable in
formed that there will soon tie some
urn-Ms made for disturbing meetings,
if It is not stopped. The good people
of Lebanon have stood this cutting up
In church as long as they propose to,
and H ill soon make an example mtof
some of the participants. We are
sorry to say this misbehavior in
churchislu not confined to boys and
S'M-alhd men alone, but some girls In
our city are us b .d as the boys, and
while we would like to see those
boys or so-called men (?) proseruted,
and would like to ss-e tliem have to
pay their fines by lajing it out in the
cooler, but at the same time, we would
Hate very much to see some of our
young ladies brought into court for the
Your Eye Sight,
Prof. J. V. Vogel, an eye specialist
of Salem, is III .'he city and will re
main tiere only a ft w days. He is a
niaiiofuiueliexperier.ee and can tell
you In a short lime all about your eye
sight. Tbe lime to have your eye
eight treated, and to get glasses, Is
before they get to bad. He makes no
churce for an examination.
Free Educational Lecture.
President John M. Bloss of the
cultural College, will deliver an edit-1
catiouul lecture at the Frst Presbyter
ian church this evening, to which all
are cordially invited to attend. Fol
following is the exercises of the even
ing: Song. Greeting Glee,. ...Public sell oolptiiil3.
Hec. Tbe Fanner's Lament,. .. Emma Boidur.
" Hide of Jenny McNeill, ., .Dot Harris.
" A Day Dream,... Hurry Morgan.
' The Tramp , Clifford llestlie.
" They Are 'faking Me to the
Gallows ....Minnie Thompson.
Song, Wild Wood, Primary Pupils.
Lecture, The Value of Higher Kdiira-
lion. Pres. J. M, Illoss.
Song, By Pupils.
Last Thursday evening the students
of the Academy presented (lie serio
comic drama, "Broken Fetters," of
five aels, to a well filled house and an
appreciative audience. Fiom the
moment the curtain rose on the first
aci -Forging of the Kellers till tbe
Finale In the last, the closest of at
tention and Interest was given to the
perfumers. From the first It wasevl
dent that Ihcy had ail been well anil
curetnlli drilled. Tbe scene In Lud
wig's New York dive The Struggle
for Life wag especially well played
and exciting. The drunken husband
and forgery, Grimes on a bender
Henry's Vow were good. The make
ups of some were splendid aud equal
to professionals, Henry Smith re
ceived an elegant boqm t for which
lie returns uitiuy thanks. We extend
congratulations to the students of liie
Academy, for their Success ou the
hoards, and hope to have the
pleasure of wilnessliigs uuelhliig more
equally as good lu Hie uvar future,
At an early hour last Friday
evening the assembly ball of the
Academy waa filled to its full
eating capacity by those assembled to
witness the first graduating exercise
of the Santlam Academy,
The exercise of the evening opened
with a piano duet, by Misses Bessie
and Katie Miller, and a solo by Miss
Ilda Elkins, which wa followed by
the oration of W. H. Ros,"The Power
of Habit." Mr. Ross' address showed
both research and originality, bring
ing forward In a forcible way mauy of
the results of habit.
Miss Ilda Elkins, In her discourse,
"Making the Best of Things," lent
shining rays of sunlight in many In
viting way through tbe mist and
lowering clouds, which hover o'er
life's path; and in her valedictory
touched on with beeoniliigdellcacy.the
last sweet, yet bitter, thought of the
closing school days.
Rev. J. H. Heat tie's address to the
class, waa well designed to show gome
of the great fields of possibilities before
each member and to Inspire In each
the resolve to gain all of the good
that lies within his grasp.
. The entire program was Inter
spersed by songs, duets and solos, by
Messrs. J. B. Marks and E. . Aldrlch
and Misses Hattie Warner and Ilda
Elkins. The audleuce dispersed with
good will and wishes for the future
success of the Santlam Academy and
Prof. Handle, under whose wise di
rection its late successes have been
achieved. After the graduating exer
cises we understand there was a ban
quet to which quite a number of fri
ends and old students of tbe Academy
There were some beautiful boquets
and floral pieces sent from the audleuce
with good wishes to the graduates.
Tomorrow evening at the Academy
the Choral society will give a Grand
musical and intertainment, to which
the public is invited. The following is
the program that will be rendered.
"Elevate the Sign of Judah."
Quartet, "Old Kentucky Home,"
Leslie Messrs. Smith, Umphrey,
Marks and Kimbrough.
Duet, "When Life is Brightest." Pin-
suiti Callie Warner, E. Aldrlch.
Solo, "Oh, Promise Me." J. B. Marks.
Trio,"Protect us Through tho Coming
Kight." Curshman Hattie War
ner, Ilda Elkins and Callie Warner.
Douule Quartet, "The Forest Choir."
Fairbank Misses Carson, War
ner, Simpson. Aldrich. Messrs.
Lewis, Aldric.h, Coleman, and 8mith.
Sestet, "The Goat Bells." Bessie Miller,
Arinie Morgan, Pet- Smith, Libbie
Morgan, Pauline Adams and Katie
Solo and Chorus, "How Lovely is
Zion." Werschul, Misses Aldrich
Piano Duet, "Invitation to the
Dance," Weber, Misses Elkins
and ( 'arson,
Solo."Goodnight,FareweIl." E. Aldrich.
Duet, "A B C Lesson Duet." Parry.
Ilda Elkins and J. B. Marks.
Quartet, Btare of the Summer Night."
Misses Aldrich, Carson, Marks and
Solo. "Bird Song." Ilda Elkins.
Quartet, "0. P. R. A., Leslie
Misses Simpson and Warner.
Messrs. Smith and Marks.
Oh Hush Thee My Baby." Sullivan,
Admission 25. Children under
twelve years, 10.
Last Saturday evening the Literary
Agri-'chellenged the Tallman Boclety to de
Irate a subject with them. The dial-
leug was not accepted,
The Literary society eleoted a new
set of oflicei'B at its last eltction.
Dick Fronk has gone to Indiana In the
interest nf the Thompson & Wallace
steam winding double action . barrow
William Fronk still stay lu this
James Blucklaw attended the liter
ary at Tallman last Saturday evening.
Last Monday night the Tennessee
schivoree regiment called upon and
paid its respects to Mr. John Moist
aud w ife, but were met at the door
with angry words aud threats, that
caused the boys to retreat In disorder.
One was more nimble thau the rest
and had pea-lied himself ou the roof
of the house, and was not able to get
down when the order came to march.
Charles Woods and Thomas Wallace
will stmt fur eastern Oregon atiout
May first. Mvsteb Y.
Card of Thanks.
In behalf of Lebanon Eeglne com
pany No. , we thank the citizen of
Lebanon and vicinity for their atten
dance aud liberal patronage at the
Basket social given on our eleventh
auiversary, and especially the ladles
who furnished baskets. We most
heartily appreciate tbe service of all
who participated In the exercise of
the evening. COMMITTEE.
Now Is the time to have your eye
treated ami get a pair of glosses that
will fit you, while Prof. J. W. Vogel
Is In the city. He will remain only
lew days kxjr,
Shoes For Ladies.
Real Peacock 4 Co.
For The '
MAYER & KIMBROUGH
(Successor to Feebler)
When you want GROCERIES, CROCKERY, TOBAC
CO, CONFECTIONERY, Etc., give them a call.
Their price are as low, if not lower than anywhere else,
in the valley.
Highest Prices Paid for Country
We Don't Want Them.
All towns and cities have a certain
class of individuals tliut are a detri
ment and disgrace to them, and very
unfortunately, we have such a one
here In Lebanon, It is a class that
will sneak around In the buck alleys
and yards and do little mean con
temptible things, such us leaving gates
open, carrying oft' little things that
ure of no earthly use to them, but dis
commodes the owner, and then this
cluas will deface property, brake out
winuow lights and a thousand llttl-
things like tills. The 1st thing of
this kind that has cropped out among
these Individuals here, was to spit to
bacco spit upon pictures of H. J.
Boyd's that was on exhibition in bis
show ease at the foot of the stairs In
the Courtney block, having spit
through the kev-liole, and In another
Instant that those mean, contemptible,
sneaks have shown themselves to tie
without the fear of God or man, is In
having gone around and broke out
three or four stained window panes In
the M. E. Church South, We will not
say any thing about the currying off of
the wast-plpe from our sink, but say
that such persons, whoever they may
be, are not wanted here, and the Ex
press hopes that our tn uslial will
keep a diligent watch and catch the
low sneaking curs and (live Hit ni their
Firstclass ccdai posts for Bale cheap.
Call on or address Walter Brown, Al
bany office, at Fn tiche's jewelry store
teS A. KkAenou rt LaUiinm.
Ladles Fauntlcroy waists at 50cts.
Other waists from 75cts. to $1,
Ladles capes at 1.00 to $10.00.
Ladles Spring and Summer jackets.
8. E. YOUNG.
Highest Honors World' Pair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pun Grip Cnim of Tttljr Powder. Frei
toa Ammonli, Alum or any ether iiultwnt,
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