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About The state rights democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1865-1900 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1895)
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I FILL TEETH
I PULL TEETH
I HAKE BRiaCEVTOHX.
Hm Rill) (!?.! xw?
I MAKE LCCAM CKOWXS
I MAKE RETALIATES.
I MAKE RUBIER PLATES.
I SAYE T8E RATURAL TEETH.
! MAKE REASOXABLE GRASSES.
Xew lots of each just received. Fur,
aatrnchan. buuc'e and beaver cares ana
. I. . AV A r "i i at .vt rv a
Mackintoshes for ladies and Mis.
$2 50 3. .50, $5.50, $7 5a tlO.00. Scotch
Lining Uolf hoods.
S. E. YOUNG.
c e i , .
ouuio ui oar people ienti meeung at
the Fairview church. There haa been
preaching service there all last week,
list Thursday night after the more
respectable cibaena had retired, the law
l"es element got in their work, and when
the honest farmers arose in the morning
they tound their fences torn down, their
gates carried away and their stock in the
road, sr. Barton's fates were carried
and thrown in the creek, a small house
belonging to Robert Farrar was thrown
over, Mr. ratuson s fence was torn down
and his hack waa taken cat of the abed
and left in the road. They didn't dis
turb anything at A. Y. Smith's. Why?
-at r. Morrison s norse were turned oat
of the etables and his cart was taken
away. The young men that do these
things are well known and it is about
time for them to cease their foolishness.
People don't have to stand it, they can
use the law and they will.
tart weea, we guess it waa turn lor Joe
shook his hat at na,
A. Y. Smith haa the chills and'ia not
feeling well. .
ALDAKY 18 ALL RIGHT
Keep your eye on this fact and also bear in
mind hat C. K. browi-eu will supply your
wants in the grocery line cbeaper tnaa any
compeuuon uouse in ui wj.
I have a limited amount of money ti
loan on good farm lands is Jinn ana ad
joining county. On very favorable terms
Interest parable annually. Call or writa
at once as tne amtunt I have for leaning
will aeon be rone.
0. Q. BmcHAiT,
Chbitck. Tkas Evsa.- Photos hav
been cheap, but now they are-cheaper be
cause material is cheaper. Xoir la thv '
time to have photo made. See Tinkles
new styes in $1.50 pboto.
Him Helen Cmwforda elotit on cnM.ti. .f-.JT - .1 L;JLi s-
aieeta on Monday, Toesdty, Thonday and I
Friday of each week at her residence. Cor
r wt hw vMin jiu. I rvr I
to and fcleswortn.
Hlt Art Custom Tailoring.
Besides his regular business W, R.
Graham ia prepared to take orders f jr
hich art custom tailoring by a le diae
IM Vjw ViwV rwt nninn i.tmr
employed and first class work guaranteed.
All kinds of garments made from the
nest line of samples ever seen in Al
bany, a fact easily appreciated by an ex
amination 01 tne sample dook. ouns irozu
$18 up. .
Shtoh'a Cote, tne great cough and
cropp cure, is in ' great demand. Pocket
size contain twentv-five doces only 25c.
Children ioe it. Sold by druggists.'
FniViw-Pg a tbe lit of letters reuinina
in the pwt offioe at Albany, Linn eoooty
Orecnn. Nov. 4. 1895. Fereena calling for
thsoe iFtv-r ant ne the data en which
they were adwrtiaisiL
Powell, Mary Mrs
Rodman, J A
Simons, J A
Hulin & French
Simons, T J
T. J. Stots, P M
iii ,.;?'. mini:-
THE imi CF.Kra LIFE,
Driven Out of the Systorn b?
the Uce of
Tor five years, 1 v. as a pront j
fdffercr from a wot persis tent rl
Mnnd dint-axe, none of tne nr;0'.ia c3
medicines 1 took being of any cl
br!ii wluitever. Konnir lli:it !
t'.i.ingft of climato would iK netit J
me, I went to Cui'-.i. to Florida, g
nl .then ta-Saratoga gprinc. ;
v'iir r remain: d eAnio time 3
y.l. living tictfc-i.i. j4,,, a
na use. At jaar. pt'iiw nuyiw-n oj
. several frleima to ivy a vers o
,....joi!i-i:ln 1 br-fn tukii.fr it. o.
ami very mxn favoraMo rxtilU
wei-e maunest. jo-ay 1 ton- o
Bi,ar invKp.lf a nerfeetlv liealthv o;
ini-i witn "a COOU bpwuio ium
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not the least trace of my former
ce'iiplaiut. To all my friends,
rmri psneeiallv voung men like
mvself. 1 recommend Ayer'KSar
sa'parilhi, if in need of a iK-rlei tly
reliable bloodTMi;if!erJ -Job;
'A KkCOHAR, ' 1 roniietor 11
Victoria Key Wet, 1 la r .
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Admitted lor Exhibition
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR
THE LINN EXHIBIT.
It Opens the Eyes of Thousands.
In its big exposition edition the Ore
gonian says :
The citizens of Linn county have just
reason for feeling proud of that county's
success this year in its display of fruits
grains and grasses and manufactured ar.
tides. It took the first prize at the re
cent state fair overall other counties in
the state for the best general display ,and
now again the only blue ribbon awarded
by the managers of the exposition flut
ters from the apex of the display of
woolen goods manufactured at Albany.
There need be no surprise about this,
however, if a visitor to this exhibit will
take the time to carefully examine what
is shown and listen to the explanation
in detail, as so fully given by the gentle
man having it in charge.
Linn county, which once extended
from Multnomah to the southern boun
dary of the state, haa long since been ac
knowledged to be unsurpaaaed for its
"wonderful resources, and this claim is
fully verified bv this collection now on
exhibition. The attention of the visitor
is first attracted to the fruit department
and here he stands almost in awe. Think
of it I Twelve apples, each over 24 ounces
inweignt, one weigtiinu 28; Bessie tt
aches nearly a loot in circumference;
oar pears weighing 14 rounds: ouinees
nearly 2 pounds each : prunes 7 inches
around : Petite prunes as fine as Cal'for
nia produces ; a hybrid pear, a cross be
tween the Bartlett and Winter Xellis,
grown in Oregon ard pronounced by the
members of the horticultural society to
be our coming trait. Besides these is
shown a plate of dwarf, though perfect,
apples, no larger than small marbles.
labeled "Apples from other states," that
never fail to attract the eye of the visitor
in passing. These are but a few of the
100 varieties of fruit on exhibition.
Next in order ia the vegetable display,
and in this line again superiority is
shown. Two pumpkins, one weighing
68 pounds, the other 76 pounds, and 4
smaller ones, all from one vine; pie plant
6 inches around, 40 inches long, and the
leaf measuring 16, feet around; corn
10 S teet nigh ; table radian, 16i pounds ;
onions M inches around, over 2 pounds
eaca; Durrani potatoes, 3 U1H8. 40 lbs;
uuiMge, w pounas; enrrrnu as large as
ordinary gooseberries, and the latter 3
incnes around, are some of the snecial
ties shown. The samDles of wheat. nt
timothy and grasses, ail reared near Scio,
are very complete. A bunch of timothy
from one seed has 148 stalks, and 4,000
Keruaia oi wneat are shown, raised from
Probably the most interesting rmrt nl
this exhibit, as it is entirely new. ia the
collection of medicinal plant made bv
Dr. J. L. Hill, of Aloanv. This contain
ail tne medicinal plants growing wild in
tnat county, from each of which patent
medicine are made in the east. Besides
the plants the visitor can have an ocular
demonstration of the refined products of
each aa mad from them by the Anchor
Chemical Company. Besides excellent
articles of oii of hemlock, cedar, savin,
peppermint, myrtle, resin, turpentine
and many others, there is a valuable
preparation called Livet ine. Cnadulter
atea and made entirely from vegetables,
it ia destined to be one of the greatest
outputs in the state, as the demand al
ready exceeds the supply. The founda
tion of this medicine is the root of the
liver plant growing wild in the Cascade I
mountains, bat only in the dark can
yons, aa it cannot thrive in the sunlighi.
in aaoiuon to tne aoove, a number of I
the manufactories have displays, notably
the two chair factories. Chairs are shown
that cannot be made elsewhere on the
coast, not excepting California. The
Albany Iron W orks shows an improved
hop furnace, and the woolen mills show
splendid goods. The displays of Leba
non paper, woods, carved stone, native
paint, Kenton's gold and silver polish.
and the Santiam ore come in for their
porticn of praise. A lot of 100 pounds
of the latter, taken from 200 feet below
the surface of Lewler's Ked Boll mine,
is exceptionally fine. The enterprise of
Linn county in eo prominently display
ing its resources at Oregon's two great
gatherings ia most commendable, and
can only result in doing bot h the county
ana state a great amount Of good.
Old vjlory waves proud lv over the mag
nificent display of cloth aad blankets,
made by J. 51. Moyer A Co.. 81 Third
street, agents for the now famous Al
bany woolen mill. This beautiful silk
banner was awarded to Moyer A Co. by
the exposition management for the best
display of manufactured goods. That it
was a just award no one will dispute,
after carefully examining this most meri
torious exniDit, which includes more
tL.. 1EA J?- - - a a t t a. I -
rw - on. This firm haa clearlv demon-
atrated to the eatieiacuon ol tne most
- .. . -
skeptical that just as good cloth can be
produced ra Uregon as in any other state
in the union, lnoasand are witnesses
to this fact every day, thanks to the en
terprise of this wide-awake firm, who
have done a great work in opening the
eyes of the people to the fact that it ia
not necessary lor them to send money
out of the state for the material used in
their wearing apparaL Mr. Cole, the
resident manager of this firm, has been
untiring in his efforts to make the pres
ent exposition s success. This was the
only award made at the fair and it is
prized very highly by tha Albany wool
TheThard tack entertainment at the G.
A. B. Hall Saturday night given by the
soldiers was a success and was greatly
Mr. J. TT. Bentley. the boot and shoe
maker, wno went to Independence sev
eral months ago to locate has sola out
and will return to Albany to live. He is
now in the city making arrangements to
come back. '
theencrasementof Miss Amelia Sen
ders, the accomplished daughter of Mr.
L. tenders ot this city, ana air. nenry
Kleinnure. a prosperous merchant 01
Ellensburg, Wash , is announced. Tbe
marriage will take place in this city on
Mr. and Mis. J. H. Neil, former rest
dents of Albany. Mr. Neil having been in
the real estate busin'ss here, were in the
citv todav. Mr. Neil remaintna while
Mrs. Jseu went to tneir borne in roriana.
They have been visiting in Benton
Jaxss Charltos Marhied.
Mr. James' Jeffries Charlton and Miss
Edith Lowry were united in marriage in
Denver, Uolorado, on inursnay, ucu 91,
1895, at the home of the bride s mother,
Mrs. William Turner Patterson. Par
ticulars of the ceremony have not been
obtained. The groom ia a former rest
dent of Albanv. a eon of ex-Sheriff Jas
K. Charlton, of this county, a graduate
of Princeton College, and now a rising
attorney of the bar ot Denver. T.ne Dnae
is an accompiianea youngasaoy, wnom
Mr. Charlton met in New York City
then her home. On account of the ill
health of ber step father, now dead, she
haa been traveling for a few years until
locating in Denver recently. She is re-1
ferred to in high terms. The groom bas
many friends in Linn county who will
unite with tbe Democrat in extending
the happy couple their heart iest congrat
ulations and best wishes. We knw that
ripoervea all the hanoineiia to
be secured in life, and are confident the
bride is none the less deserving.
r. awt Get a Odokcm. Linn Engine Co.
No. 2 have been making a desperate ef
fort8to hold a, meeting; bqt company
spirit has dropped Q lof " sepins im'
possible to get the necessary Quorum
twelve. Last night the required num
ber faileA to annear. and the company
adimirned until next Mondav evening,
when another trial will be made. If un
successful there is talk of giving up the
charter. Tbe members should get a
rustle on and work up some ol the old
As Assihsmsii't. Mr. A. L. Lamb, of
this citv. haa made an asaienment to
Frank Mathews for tbe benefit of his
creditors. Hi assets are $1396.50 and
his liabilities $1305. Mrs. P. J. Porter,
of Shedd, is the principal creditor. Sev
eral Albany merchants are on the list for
mall sums, mostly under $50.
Captain Sweeney. USA, San Ofego
Cal says: "Shtloh's Catarrh Remedy Is
I the first medicine I have ever found that
would do me any good." Price 50c.
Funeral of Dr. Irvine.
The funeral of Rev. Samuel Q. Irvine,
D. ., was held this afternoon begin
ning at 2 o'clock in the United Presby
terion church. Out of respect to the
memory of a pioneer of Albany, stand
ing high in the esteem of the commun
ity nearly all the business houses were
closed, merchants and clerks attending
in a mass. Many came from the sur
rounding country and the entire church
was packed full, probably not leas than
800 people being present. Simple but
appnpriate detentions were -at the
frontofthe pulpit, one consisting of a
pair of floral doors. Previous to his
death Dr. Irvine had suggested that Rev.
T. I. Wilson preach the funeral sermon.
Un account of illness Rev. Wilson waa
unable to be present. The services were
conducted by Rev. Riley Little. On the
platform were Revs. Wallace, Stevenson
and Hawea, of Portland, Rev.' Black ,of
Salem, Rev. Hoed, of Halsey and Shedd,
Rev. Hutchison, of Oakville and Rev.
Scott of th college. Rev Little gave a
sketch of Rev Irvine's Ufa, a clean rec
ord from beginnidgto end, that of a
great lite spiritually. Rev. Black a teach
er of the deceased in boy hood days, spoke
with great feeling, paying an atfiecting
tribute to the memory of his departed
brother minister, and Rav. Stevenson
talked for a few minutes. Prayer was
offered bv Rev. Wallace.
The pall bearers selected were R. M.
Robertson, L. . Blain, 8. E, Yonng. A.
R. McCoy, E. F. ox. Judge Flmn,
Mathew Acheaon, Prof Scott, Judge
roweu and John Barton.
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were administered over the grave ol one
who will live in the hearta oi hundreds.
and whose influence will be felt through
me. An enure;community mourns.
Linn County Council.
GkASD Pbairik Gbakoi Hall.
Nov. 2nd, 1895.
The Linn County Business Council P,
of H. met in regular session with the
above named grange.
The morning being a little cool the
good patrons were a trifle slow in getting
In due time the Courtly President 11.
M. Palmer called the boose to order.
The council waa opened with music by
the grange choir with some appropriate
The "Lnbin" question was taken from
the table and talked on.by Bros Henry
Freekson. J Lanbner, 8 A Dawson,
Bridgefarmer.Qninn.H J Reece.S Freek
son. T Froman, J w been ana Mart
On motion the Lubia question was laid
on the table until next meeting of the
Bro John Scott read an article on the
school book question, and made some re
marks on the same.
Bro H J Reece offered soma vary
good remarks on good of the order. Mr.
Henrv Freekson made some remarks on
the good of the order on the school bosk
question. Olin, Qu-nn, Case, Dawson,
Tom Fioman. S Freekson. F M Mitchell
also talked on the same subject at some
The worthy president declared a recces
for dinner when all repaired to the ball
and partook of a bountiful repat fur
nished by the good sitters of Grand
Prairie trance. If the council had de
pended on Bro Bryant for the supply of
bread for the dinner we would bave gone
The worthy president recalled ' the
house to order, and the council proceed
ed with the regular order of business.
The next session of the council will be
c!1.l51.th:?0o,:?rng 00 lhe &miork. The bridre was frosty and it was
Saturday in Dec, 189o.
Bro Walker, S Freekson, H Freekson '
and others talked on the creamery sub
ject at . considerable length, also . the
proper feed for cows.
The usual vote of thanks for the ose
of the ball and the sisters for the repast
for the day.
Brother grangers make it a special
point to attend the meet ire of Your
grange aad the Linn County Council.
Mrs. Young, who haa chancre of the art
department, bias placed several of her
paintings on display in tne elocution
room. One gay young sophomore mis
took a painting of grapes for the reality
and undertook to take them up to eat.
The a. L. I e. held its third regular
meeting last Friday. It was the most
enthusiastic meeting held by the society
tor over a year. 1 oe ooys mean ouai
neae. Tbe Y. M. O. A. reading room at tbe
college js well supplied with current lit
erature, i he .Democrat, Herald, fciiver
Imprint, Oregonian, Lebanon Express
and Be vera! of the leading magazines are
kept on ble.
School was dismissed this afternoon
oa account of the funeral of Dr. Irvine.
The Dsmocrat predicted that the Re
liasce football :eam would defeat Malta J
man at least 30 to 0. aad the U. of O-'c of
Eugene the w illamettes by a safe manria.
Th score in the former game was 40 t) 0
and B to 4 in tbe latter.
Tomorrow. 13 states will elect officers:
Massachusetts, New York. New Jersey,
Pennsylvania and Maryland i the Ea4 ;
Yinrinia. Kentucky and Missiacicoi ia the
South, and Ohio, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska
and Utah in th West. Full state tickets
are to be elected in Massachusetts, New
Jersey. Ohio, Misieippi aad Utah. Ia
New J enter . M it I and aad Iowa, govei nor
and nee or more state officers will be chosen.
New lork lad ievnayivsnia elect minor
state officials, and Virginia will cnoese a
legislators that will elect six state officers
la Nebraska and Kansas tbe exertion wil
be practically confided t the judiciary and I
150.000 roa Whiskkt. The Junction
City Times tell this tory: "Pre Nail
is missins. About a week ago be disap
peared from his ornal b aunts and bas
left his business affair ia a condition
that only tbe con rts can adjust. A search
party went out Tuesday out no tre?e oi
him was found. It was rumored that
somethipg dire had befallen him, yet the
oiwieral opinion is that he Quietly folded
his tent and stole away.. Pre Nail came
to this valley years ago from Eastern
Oregon worth near $50,000 but now be is
penniless, and his downta.i was causea
by bis own hands. Whiskey. It is
thonoht he returned to Eastern Oreeon
to recuperate bis fallen fortune, tie has
many inenas nere wno are unuu iu
know of his whereabouts.
A Fnx Pabdon. Last Saturday Gov
ernor Lord issued a complete pardon to
W. W. Saunders restoring him to full cit
issnship. This was an outrage, and a
premium on murder. Governor Lord i
ao better than Pennoyer on the pardon
aestion. Saunders committed a cold
flooded murder and should have been
hanged, and it ia reprehensible to restore
nia. to citizenship.
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In the matter of the assignment of the
Bank of Oregon. Assignee ordered to
pay Linn Co. National Bank 6 per cent
dividend. Matter continued. I
Fred W Blumberg vs Mrs A Muelleri t
recovery of money. Verdict for plain
tiff for $210.87, after trial by court.
S Z Taylor agt Red Crown Roller Mills
Co. Verdict for plaintiff upon trial for
$1106.8) against Red Crown Roller Mills
0 Crandall aorainst Linn Co. Air. As-n.
Deft to answer by November 15.
Thos Brandon agt J OCox. Continued.
Mitchell, Lewis & Co. vs O W Rodgers.
Continued until November 22.
Adjourned until November 25.
L McFarland vs J W Johnson, rec. of
money, attachment. Settled.
David Link vs J J Dubruille, rec of
money, attachment. Continued.
Oregon agt J W Patterson, carrying
concealed weapon on July 6, 1895. True
bill. Plead guilty and fined $10.
Oregon agt Oscar Black indicted for
killing a hog belonging to Jaa McAllister
on April 1, 189V Plead guilty. Thought
it was another man's hog and had been
told to kill it. Fined $50 and costs.
Jury excused until Nov. 25 at 1 o'clock
A Cnut. Mcrpbb. Accounts reach us
from Mountain creek just beyond the
Crook county line from Mitchell of a
Iragedv in which the participants were a
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1U.U .IIU .11. UT UIO U.IIIC Ul I IJ V 111
I dav last week a quarrel waa engaged in
by the couple, whose domestic relations
had been oi a very unpleasant nature for
some time, during which Mr. Fry pulled
a revolver from his pocket and shot his
wife through the head, from the effect of
which Mrs. Fry died in about twenty
four hours, if reports concerning the af
fair are correct, there will undoubtely be
another hanging bee in Grant county,
after the coming spring term of court.
Caluko Names. The Riddle Enter
prise calis tha editor ef the Reeeburg
Review a pony, contemptible cur, a
busaard in buman shape, an uoprinci
pled rake, a wart ott the tail end of noth
ing. If this were in Mexico we would
have a duel, as it is nam calling
doesn't amount to anything in Oregon,
and it is generally backacting.
Rev. B J. Kelly of ConallU will begin
revival aerricea ia the Univernalist Church
this evening at 7.30 and will continue
throturbout the week Ait are invited to
attend these servic regardiet 1 f rank or
Aboct Doo Tax. All owners of doirs
mast pay their dog tax on or before Nov.
BV, or the dog upon which the tax has
saen levied ill be taken up and dis-
osed of according to law. Bv order of
FELL 20 FEET.
A. L. FarrLagton Receives a Bad
Fall on the O. C T-
AJUFarriagton ,a bridge carpenter , as
orking this morning on abridge near
Wrenn station, when he lipped on the
very frost timbers, and fell about twenty
faet to the ground below, striking 00 his
head, shoulder and back. Tbe accident
I all one could do to stand on the timbers.
Mr. Farrington was brought to Albany
and taken to Mr. b tropes. whwe he ren-
erally boards when in Albany. Dr. Mar
ion, tne rtcTitar U. u. fc t. eureeon. was
called and attended him. One or two
ribs were broken and one torn off. He
waa undoubtedly injured internally as lie
was spitting; blood this afternoon. His
condition is considered critka!. Mr. Far
rington is unmarried and a young man.
Senator J. H. Mitchell left for the east
airs. M. Payne and Miss Riner re
turned today "from a visit in Engenc,
where they were the guests of the tatter's
sister, Mrs. David link.
A pleasant party was tendered Mr. H.
R. Shultz last evening in honor of hi
S6th birthday. Several neighbors and
friends celebrated tbe vent in a becom
Mrs.E. Krrkpa trick returned to her
home in Albany this morning, after a few
days spent in Salem, the guest of her
sister Mrs. Francis Godfrey, of South
Salem. Salem Journal.
John L. Egan, a brother of ex-County
Clerk W. 11. Egan now a farmer and
school teacher north of Salem, is quite
ill with Inns fever at his home in Al
bany. He formerly resided at Gervais.
J . W. Ber.U- y. is opening a shoe Lon
ia the Cutick b eck oo BroadaPria street.
lhe Albany Conservatory of music wi 1
give a musical on Friday evening Nov. IS
A bsautifal floral piece dinriaved at Us
funera! rf Dr. Irvine waa "Gate Ajar."
presented by Mrs W. R. Bitten.
The Steamship Ferallon will sail for San
Fraacic on Sunday Nov. 10. It leaves
Saa Francisco for Yaqnina on the 7th.
Fare $11 aad $3. ' Round trip flB.
Some tarce. plump and very dean Cau
liflower brought to Albany this morning by
J. K. Douglas attracted feneral atlrnuoa
Jdr. Douglas takes great pains in raiuog
Mh Louis Hatch, of Yuba City, Col
wua tha Examiner's $1,000 prize tor the
nearest guess to the number of words in
tbe Sunday , Examiner of Oct. 20. Tbe
actual number in tne S page i-aper was
The college and public scbo-l have ea h
organised foot ball teams.ajpd wil soon ilay
matches at the college campus Some
rivalry is bring worked op and' Jive coo-
tests will undoubtedly follow.
Junction City held her annual municipal
election yesterday. Tbe following officer
were elected: Kavor. Dr. w. w. Dgiesby
Councilman, A- Kayser, J. H. Miller, U.
M. Jackson Treasurer. J. M. ikSie.
Marshal, Mr. Tavey.
The Sugar Pine Mill Fixture Co have
placed their first chairs on the market, a jd
some may be seen at the A litany Koroitore
o's store. Tbev are wall finished, sol
idly bnilt. nice looking chairs, suitable tor
parlor, dining room or sitting room
Mr. P. W. Epiaks bas briran the erection
of a handsome residence on hi property in
me rim nuru. air. jbck nammei is
building the foundation, of stone, and of
basement proportions Tbe wood work
will be done in the spring.
"Dod blame your hide! Git up
bat's tbe matter ot your who!" are
some of the poetic exclamations Heating
down tne hillside daily on the sort and gen
i tie zephyrs, aathe work of grading Toledo's
handsome boulevard slowly but surely
progresses. toieco rost.
Wtiils (T fVnott m 1 .1 i 1 nnrl nVi k-i un . nnH
I several other varieties of Oiegon game
birds can be lawfully killed until Decem
ber 1st. tbe sale of tbee birds in tbe game
marxets must oeas after Nov. IS. This is
the result of an opinion Mr. 11 D. McGuire,
state game protector, has received from
attorney-Uenerai idieman, wno says that
tbe game protector should enforce the law
Ait Orcoox Ohobb. The citizens of the
Pacific Northwest are at last alive to the
fact that it is absolutely necessary to re
tain at home some of -the enormous am
ountsof money which have been sent east
every year for Fraternal Itinera nee. lion.
inn if M it. .V..U 11 TTitu.1 Ul.lii. An ta t rw
j, Q linger. U. 8. district
1 iuui JVA aaaairAvaaaa utiiuu j v vs- 3 bviinivi
iadM . , Franci I. McKenna. buainesa
manager Portland Guarantee. Co.; Hon.
Parnsh Willis, state senator: Geo. W
Uotaa Prannis Cl k Irle anrl nfriara Vtraiia
home and business interest are in Ore-
jVU UV JDVVB,UIVU VA4n X) ctitu IISVU
incorporated the 'fUnitud Artisan" for
Fraternal lot urance, based on equity and
justice. A graded assessment and a
graded seservr fundrwhlch place all up
on an equal footing within it rank, and
which guarantees the cheapest insurance
eommensnrate witty actual safety. There
are now fifteen assemblies formed in this
state. Journal. "
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H. k. Webb, of Halsey, is doing Al
bany today. V
LAKE CREEK HAPPENINGS.
News from Ilalscy, Shedd, Peoria
and Other Places
HAUiicr, Nov. 4.
Wild geese are becoming quite num
erous in this neignDornood.
Pot hunters are thinning out the
Frank Powers, of Shedd, was shaking
l.--. I T -1. . r i i . . . . o
mums wii.li Jjnae ureeacrs last rriuny.
J. Bone, Ilalsey'a well-known liverr-
man, and John Clemens, were at Browns
Mrs. alter Nickelson, will make her
home at Harriehurg this winter so aa to
be near the schools.
Mrs. Newt Cummings has been vlait
uig her parents near Coburg this week.
Chaa. Ilolliday leaves for California
and intends to nm that state his future
Mr. John Walker, of Monmouth, who
has been visiting reia ives in thia neigh
borhood the past week returned home
William Powers, of Halsey, Jenny's
expert butter maker, who has been vis
iting Eastern Oregon, returned borne
Jason Rowland, better known as "Cal
amity," left last week for Hepner, to re
side this aimer.
A petty thief is a small souled creature,
to say the least. Laat week some of that
gentry visited the cabin. on J.ihu Clem
ens river ranch and stole a nw cross cut
saw, maul, tmo wedges and a ahovel.aud
the same, or some of the same saeakinir-
cur-breed, during the absence of Guy
Thompson and tie from their home be
low t'eoria, entered their house and
carried off an oil-cloth carpet and a few
other things of uo tu mey value bat u se
mi in me nous.
Last Saturday there was a merry gath
ering of little ones at the residence ot Mr.
and Mrs. John Ilramwelt, the occasion
being an old fashioned "candy pull"
given by Miss Nellie Davidson, teacher
I oi Harmony school sftstrict, to ber schol
ars, tvery scholar responded in person
to the invitation, and Linn county never
had a happier or a more deligbtful crowd
of youngsters at one gathering. Games
of all kinds were indulged in and candy
well caudv was at a discount that day.
It was in. heir hair, on their clothes,
nana, luces, and in fact, the very at
mosphere was laden with it, and for that
day at least. Miss Davidson scholars
were the sweetest and at the same time
the most stuck-up of any scholars ever
assembled in Oregon.
Simpson Bros, of Albany, bave
opened a general merchandise store at
Halsey. It the business will warrant
theui they will locate there permanently,
if not, they will try some other locality,
so they say.
W. 1L Cross, a ill, as soon aa be can
perfect arrangements, put an electric
plant in his Halsrv fruit drver.ooe lam
enoogh to supply the city as well as his
own business. Mr. Cross is a wide awake
progeesive business man and with a few
more like him Halsey would toon be
aroused from that morbid inaction which
au many cities are afflicted with. H alsey
needs a floor mill, and where could be
fonnd a belter locality? We need a beet
sugar factory, and Halsey has all the ad
vantages and none of the disadvantages
of other site. Enough sugar be-ta oould
be raised within a few miles of Haiwy to
aupply all of Oregon with the best qual
ity of sugar. Halsey needs watrr aorks,
and needs it bad. in tact.there are many
other thiugs ahkrh Halsey needs, but
lack of space forbids us mentioning, all
we wi.l aay is to come out of your holes,
ow?n your eyes, rake the moss from your
backs, and yon a ill know for yourselves
what Halsey heels, and before you are
aaare of it lUiaey a ill be a prosperous
and live citv.
SOCIAL AND PKK0AL
License has been Usued tor the tuar
riage of K. W. Fry and Miss Irene Swank.
Dr. Rich, wbo bas been lying dangt-r-ouslv
ill at bis daughters in this City, was
on tne street today.
Mr. Ed Carter and daughter returned
home from the Bay today .Mr. Charing
beee working in the (. C & E. shops for
Mr. Hollenbeck. of Ensrene. assisted
by Miss Eva Simpson of this citv. snd
Miss Comstock. violinist, of Portland, will
give a recital at the opera boose on Nov.
Hank Smith, euperinteadent of the
underground work of tbe Law"er mines.
was in the city yesterday. Mr. Smith
doesn't say macb but be keep digging
out oie covered with gold wire.
A very pleasant farewell nartv was
tendered Mrs. Estella Lamb last evening
at the residence of Mr. F. C. Moyer. Tbe
evening waa most pleasantly spent, in
games, recitations and mosic. a dainty
lunch waa served, after which she was
presented with a handsomelv encraved
silver cup and saucer as a to sen ol the
esteem ia Inch the was held by her
On account of his increased duties a
president. Prof. Lee ha been obliged to
give on some ot his classes in collcre. In
order to fill the field a chair of htttory
and social science has been created and
Carlton Sox, A. B., elected to fill it- Mr.
Sox is a graduate of Stanford, and his
election gives great satisfaction among
the students. This new position will
not interfere with his continued study ot
A Lecture on Gautcniala.
Mrs. Vernon Willard, otOaklaaM, Cal
ifornia, who ha been in tbe city severe
day the guest of Mrs. W. R. Bilyeu, will
lecture next r rul ay night at tbe opera
house, on Gautemala. a country where
young men can get rich wivea,and young
women rich lusbands. This country ha
attracted great attention in recent years,
and is particularly of interest to Oregon-
tana. airs. Willard know tbe country
thoroughly and in her lecture give all
the interesting facts to be brought out in
reterence to it. 1 bis is only one ot many
lectures Mrs. Willard delivers. Sbe bas
done Europe thoroughly and met the
crowned heads of many nations: but it
is probable no sonject win tie oi greater
interest than tbisone. Mr. Willard haa
lectured extensively in California, and is
hiahlv ntvkken ot bv the nr. ww m. tlmnt
talker on historical subjects of a charac
ter that benefits those hearing her lec
tures. The admission will be only 25
cents; children 10 cents. Keserved
seat at Hodges A Bnrkhort'a without
A ar Exhibit. Next Friday there will
be an all day free art exhibit at the col
lege. It is intended to have the room
thrown open to visitors from v a. m. un
til dark Mrs. Young, the new art teach
er will be present, to bring out the tech
meal leaiurcB. oi mo pictures, ana to
answer all mauirief. She will be glad
also to enroll new pupils in the art de
partment then or any other time. It la
hoped that the citiacna of Albany will
avail tnemseives oi in is opporiuniry,ana
that this winter may see a revival in the
art of painting, pastel, crayon work, eto
Use Dawson's furniture polish.
tllft-hett Honors Werlda Fair,
Gold Medal, MldwInUr Fair.
Most Perfect Made.
The Linn County Local Institute con
vened at Lacomb DUU 73 Friday at 1
o'clock p. m,, Nov. 1st. Opened by sing
ing America, ine patrons ol this and
adjoining district were addressed by
Prof. A. R. Rutberford, county soperin-
tfuucni, upon me suDjecc "rieiationa oi
the Patrons to the School." The sub
ject was well presented and attentively
listened to by all present and do doubt
will be productive of much good ia our
community. At night tbe following pro
gram was rendered to the delight of all,
under the leadership of Prof J. B. Wirt,
of district 73.
District No, 122 Albert Savage, "The
Poor Old Man."
District No. 96 Carrie Preever, 'Guil
ty or not Guilty.'
Grade Bostwick, 'Never Despair.'
Isaac " 'No Sect in Heaven.'
Lillie Powell, 'No Danger.'
Rosa Mil's, 'Among the Pine.'
Ernest Miller, 'The Burning City.'
District No. 1 Bessie Boekner, 'The
District 103-TilIie White ,'Laet Hymn.'
Milton White, 'Advice.'
Kittie Bursa, 'Depot Clock's Soliloquy.'
Burdeen Johnson, 'Taleof the Atlantic
District No. 73 Kffle Downing 'A
Face against the Pane.'
Genevieve Rains, The Lark.'
Louis Sp.inger, I Am a Little Bo.'
Ewing Rucker, Frank Turnage, Jasper
Turnage, dialogue, Circniustaucea Alter
W tori a Sanders, A Home in the
id Miles, 'Beautiful Things.'
jua m in, -eupp.ee.
Bessie Turnage." How can Children
Tell a Lie.'
Stella Laytoo, recitation.
Grti Rains, 'Work and not Play.
, G w, Wilson, Thomas Teddar, son.
Myrtle Jenkins, Take Car of the
Neva Bilyett, 'Puasy Cat.'
J B Wirt. 'How Ben ,.
Prudl got His
Interspersed with muaic tha
vj ij.wmu owing tsanu.
Institute opened with ona by choir,
Black board demonstration by Sunt.
Old line of education. knoalsMlow bimu
iaed ; New line of ednchtioa. daraioang
uiv nwmmg power. ID correct
method aa brought out br th Prof ia t
combine tbe two. Ia hi remark he
condemned tne method of text-honk
teachina? a generally nraetiead. is
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wkoihh me aninor ana Bot Uk subiert.
Many patron judge the ability of the
teacher by the rapidity with
which bepoabe tbe scholar through
urn w ww, wnicn ia a wrong coa
einsioa. Teach by sub)ct aad no leers
a subject until thoroughly naderstood if
Aa interesting diacweioa followed
what branche are to be taeghl ia the
pubitc schools .and their relations to each
other 1st. English language jBdAritb-
meuc ; ra, rnyaiotory ; n, Ueography ;
ta, uietory, witn music in ta-t parsed.
iorma the corneal um of the yqblie
Discuesiona oa methods of teaehiag.
Penmanaliip: Prof Wirt ha hi pawl
write on half hour each day. Wader
noon, rrot Mricaiand contended oa
haif hoar is tuu macb, the tune should
be divided. Prol While think yoana
pupils should net be coo fined too Ions;
and not a hen the eeivt are excited and
think permanently ralsd slaie prvfvr
bie for small pupil Prof Wirt woold
have pupils rule theirowa sUues with
pencil each day, and require pet feet
tuimtn nii; k-tbuto o a owsjcuws pea
can be heard and removed at oaee.
Prof Rutherford understand tbe idea
of writing to include correct forms of
letter and skill to make them aad tee.
ommend any method that will attaia to
this end. Superintendent ear county
board ol examiner will require hereaf
ter of teacher as neatly arranged pa pan
in examination aa the teachers require
of their, pupils, and w ill judge of the
ability of the teachers accordingly.
Next Prof White introduced the sub
ject of the study of history end stated
that the teacher ahoutd crat soch a
desire for sound reading that dime acr
e's and light literature win find so place
in the estimatien of the pupil. Kecita
tkras should be varied ia manner. He
pot no tres en tbe inter-cotoaial wars,
out dwell on the French and Indian
war. He emphasises tbe manner aad
custom of tbe people of tbe different
period, also use and construct map
showing tbe direction of armiee march
ing, etc Never aaign lessons by top
ics until tbe etgnm grade 1 reached.
Son by the choir. Ooma tireat De
arraayoo essetoB. -
object ol History roa tinned by fvet.
In order to teach Hiatory secraesfnlhy
th teacher most know two thing. First,
be roust know History. Second, he so est
know the obiect of History. The object
of teaching History ia, first, to create a
lore for eonod reading matter aa frees
bv J. B. Wirt. Second. PaMotieta a
iven bv Prof- Bicbee. Third. Political 1
Judgment as given by Mis Ef5e JDown-
T. B. Wirt's plan for teaching History
to use the history as a reading leases
asking no question until end of Epnoc
is teached then review by asking ques
tions as found in text hook and other
I'rot. Thurston believes ia thorough
nees in teaching whatever method is
How to secure tbe cooperation ef pa
tron and teacher, opened by Prof, big
bee. First, The teacher should he romps-
tent. Second, Teacher ahoola reaW to
adapt himself to all claws ef eociety
with the new 01 winning an to to rtgnt.
A teacher should not pot on many air.
The teacher mnst be friendly and make
it known to his patron that he wish
them to visit and work with him. The
teacher cannot succeed ' without the
heart t cooperation ot the parent. Miss
n W inkle said the teacher must show
interest in the pupils and secure the help
I'rof. White rerogaixe objections rn
tsechers visiting parent a well a ben
efits. He oppose indiKTitnmate nail-
ine among parent.
Prol. s irt said nia eaccees was nest
where he boarded around stopping one
nieht at a place only, and if there is a
faction in the Disc he wish to know H
at tbe beginning to aa to clear off such
Prof. Strickland said the beet
he ever had waa when so visiting was
done by himself or patron 1 and aay
teachers must have ability to steer clear
Prof. . Rutherford say a incceastul
teacher is one of the most intelligent
men. If the board hire a man to, teach
they intend him to govern tha school
He teaches by example more man any
other way. A teacher must not use par
tiality in order to hold hi fob. Differ
ent districts should lie treated different
ly a rcsards to visiting.
teachers present and District ivprw
Miss 8 0 Van Winkle, Dist No 1
Prof. KO Thurston. " " 8
I'rot II H White, " " 1.
Prof C F Bigbee, " " 17.
Prof W 11 Roes. " " 82.
Prof J M Flaugher, " " t.
I'rot G W Suickland, " " 98.
Miss Bnrdeen Johnson, " " 103.
Prof J B Wirt, " M 73.
Miss Eflie Downing, not teaching.
Mrs F.llaCree. "
A vote of thank waa extended to paj
trons and friend tot Interest manifeated
during institute ami nospitauiy ouowa
bv vlattlno teacher.
Closinir song by choir, Shelter in the
Time of Storm.
A. R Ruth kktokd,
Chairman. J. C. Hardix.
A Bio Ooijosy Coarso. George New
man. of Columbus. Ohio, is in Corvallis
and. it Is anlil. wants to purchase 1.000
acres oi land adapted to the culture of
' prunes. He represent a colony of fifty
' families, wbo expect to come to Oregon
to outrage in fruit raisin it. Tbe colony
1. . w-c. . w ,,, .
baa been lnoorporaiea, ana win trv lor
j vv eenioot aa oon an iwu ia
i xar. vewmn, unui iv yvora yu m
: employed in the carriage factory a a
' woodworker. Be expect to make a
tour of tbe valley before making, a pur
chase. Corvallis 'iln.es.
For the test Drugs Dawson'.
HOME AND ABROAD
Art exhibit at the college Friday.
Wheat 42 cent.
Conn k Huston for groceries.
Tbe beat fresh groceries and pnxloce at
bona K Hastun's.
Try one of those Sos suarar cured shoul
der at Schulti Bros, market.
Choice sugar cured bams and bacon at
Shalt Bros, market.
Another invoice of capes and jackets jua
received at Ladies Baaaar.
Fair priors lead m charm to neat print
lag. Smiley tbe Printer.
Ladies the latest fabhn is a seamless
dreas made by Mr. McLean
Good treatment at Conn and Hasten.
and their good are the beat.
Takn advantage of the bis reductions in
the prioei of photos at Tinkles.
Som elegant deaieae ia crockery ware
at low prices at Coeaaad flustoa.
Plaid waist ready made ia the latest
style 11.75 at th Ladies Bazaar.
Miss Dean Kitchens, of Stavtoo. is in
the city the guest of Hon. J aeon Wheeler.
20 os. aavoa aoan at Parker Bros, tor
eely 6 ceat a bar. This I a world beater.
There are 13 criniiaal eases oa the docket
of tbe circuit court to conr- ne ia Corvallis
If vou want a irood ahiae call am Im tha
boss Shoe Sbiaer at Ven;kt barber shop.
Ladies shoes a specialty.
A huge and choice stock of jewelry, ail
ver wAio. eic. jiii recti. Bu u nui ana
I The m.wt eiRg-Aat liae of sttuary ever
brought w Alb-ay at w ui aad Stark, la
several baaoliful bgure.
A chryaao themu m 12 lashes ia diameter
was exlubtted ia Portland at the ecpomtiua
This is wttaia aa tack of the largeat oa re-
The Albaay orchestra will givea ball at
the opera owu Thursday Nov. 7, to which
alt are iavited. Ifcketa oa!y Ui cants. A
gaud time will be had,
Jo ha Carer has located 5 acres oa Elk
Creek for the Golden City Miaing Co. A.
L. Hoocker oa October 7, lecated the Wa-U
at Quartsvilie. asaotae Dividead.
Corvallis aad Forest Grove will pUy LxA
ball atCorraiii next Satrisdar. A close,
ezcitiag ganve may be looked far. This
will be tbe first eeateet for the ctiaaapioa
kip of Oregoa.
. G. Weed aad H. 8. Waraer, hav
old their fiae 60 acre trait orchard to
miles from Albaay to Mr. Laseell for $18,
ow. In place aa been greatly improved
aM t oae er tae Baeat arouad Albaay.
No. 3 of the Albaay pubrte school report
a oat, it a aeatiy gotten up aad is
eery craeutaM prod actio. It promises to
be a sjrsat kef o to the school of the citv
Already it as aavtaz aa tafiaeae amoag
the pa mis ta better work. sd beside is
Ctvieg peeeets as iasight iato the work-
Unis) m aotieeciative audiaaoa attended
the rerinl aarvkes last rrsauag that are
beta; aetd ia the rjatseraauat Caarch by
a- j. Beuy of Corvalua. Semes liu
eveaiag begiaaiag at 7 JO. AUar taa-
4 to attaad these aervicea. Bnag yoor
Oospat Hyasaa No. i aad oia ta the stag-
t B. Watafs
The rfTroiar November seeeioii of the
county eowrt was begun today with J odge
aeajeas aaa wmmisesumiis water aad
Pugb behind the Uble. Mr. Puch car
ries one of hi arm ia a aiinsr hai is abla
so nma to Dosmee.
Th mitowing bill were allowed :
J A MeFeren, sheriff. ,
. 66 65
?edhaca, clerk .
D F Hardmaa. rseordae . . . . :
J X Duncan, county jadg
T G Morris, treasurer
A R Rexbeirlard, Mprialeadeet.
F H Redfteld. denetv derk......
Q E Prepst, deputy hen!f
G C Cooley . aid Mr Olark
w t, Pavage aid uox Umi!y
V Whit, aid Kea worthy family.
O T Labker, aid aeU...
Alma veil, aid self
Sarah Hinea. aid self
John Usher, nitor.. .
no pen tsiucck, aid self ; .
P M fmith. aid Ores Watson. . .
Geo WsrUaid Power family....
Mr and Mr Barnard, aid. .......
."in McDonald, aid Jo Lewis. .
Mr O F Junker, aid tell........
H Mveraid self.
Jams Leerew, aid....-...i
w it Vnrm, aid Koberu
Mry David, aid fuehhofi...,
Albany El Lt. Co
Wm Christeason. toad
J O Meyer, road
av kt rraeikses, mierellei
Tsrs PtmrcScwoot, The at
lesdaoe of the Albany school for Octob
e waa 801; Xe. earolied, a7; ererag
Fa. rorging Sis. Th esrolled show
tV4 firi aad 263 bey. There ar sow
J. powl in the advaaeed ajrad wader
Trot. Trree. The taiatet wwUtnesit rs in
Mis Ida Black' rocen. 64. started pro
fress ia being made aader the seeeeat
'Bbast bos rsa. No. I' ateatner ha
baaa rename1 be the Albaav Iron
work aad now in good condition
reedy ta wepead all call is rase of
A Smas ef safes evangel nHie ereice
wnder tbe snrpices of the T M.C. A.
Ul begin next Friday sight at tha It
B. church. Holdridre A Dickson, Yan
gelista, willeonduet the sarrieea. . "
g itiT Pnrs. Bcrrox axd Csaairs.
A O C. Xf Deaghter of Boaor, Odd
Fellews, linebter of Hebsrca, Kaigbts of
Pythias, Rathboa ftstera, Maaoat.e Last-
Ma?. r sTTsrters, vteoamaa ot ue
WerM. Freech, tbeeweier.
I Auiabv At the Albany Drveeed
Meat Oo'ae shop, corner Second and
Ellsworth veeta, you eaa get tne nneet
meat to be had ; just now eooi deli
cion sausage, bacon, beadcheeee, etc,
beside the regular line of tender meats.
Ljwtia Tisreck baa seemed tbe sre rirht
f Lias. Marion aad Beatoa Co. for the 1
sal of Dr. White's Hair Grower. Parties
utrhur treatment will do well to cobtoK
hint at his place of business or address box
421, Albaay, un uo ur.
French, the ieeier. has 500 ri n cush
ion mounted with cilver, at 10 cents each.
The Record ot temarkabl care ef-
Iseted enbiet as truthfully to say that
Bond Sarsaperiha is the only true Wood
janfier prominently iathe public eye to-
Hoodl Pill are the bent family cathart c
asd liver medicioe. Harmless, reliable,
Flxabi Pay TJp. Our accounts hav
Veen placed in the hands of G. W.
W rirht for collection. All person ow
me u ar requested to call upon him
aad attend to the same.
We have made som very pretty Wedding
AnouBcententa. Reception Cards etc . r
ently. We hav tb latest style, all price.
Krtiet ia need of good printing sbcqkl see
smvj th XTinter.
Ladies wishing treatment for scalotroub
ar dandruff. 1 will make special reduce
price, for 4 week only, Louis Viereck.
Foa 8ALBV A second hand lumber
eon and somebody Ur waod. Inquir fo
iila Coney or tieo. e, Acbetos.
If you want a good and clean
moke buy cigars mads bv eur Al
bany cigar lactorv.
Laxol is Castor Oil made a sweet a
honey by a sew reocess. Children like it
W bea yoa wast good, pure, sweet lara
. broi aiarIei.
Try Tinkle tor Photo.
If you are compelled to live cheaply
wish to supply vour table with th best
By ali means patronise the
Jer's far the Jaded and ?
Health fcr all Saaklad.
J6TS VEBCTA8LK BAfAH!UA.
sl r a I
klsa mt all
prvnl tired fosl
inss, staggering aen
ef heart, rush of
Mood e the bead,
ditauasa, vinffna; ia
araapots before th
yea, hiadscka, btl
loniaaii,?oaatjpataw ef Beweu, pain in
tongue ssstia, foul
areata, aiaiples on
faee, body and limb,
dissy pU. faiat
paOa, esld, e tammy
fa aad ksods, sour
riaiscB, Ah-jim, ia
esasaa, aad aU d
eass at t be sSosnch,
Jfjt yslatita r
esaarUla at sot by ail
mtna. Bfas a
stMUaha Wheal roa
ay fctr tha Wat sasthat
Two big Whatcom bank bay closed,
tbe result ol the bursting of th boom in
1393. Whatcom was one of tbe worst
boomed cities oa th coast anal the ret-ilt
1 not surprising.
Dr. G. W. Mastoe. ptrynctaa and nr
geoa, Aroaay Or. Calls answered prompt
ly ia city er couatry.
Hereafter all goods purchased of Julias
Gradwbol will be delivered free of charge.
on wiu c anowea to uaderaell bun.
For Pririptioa Diu t.
Dr. Whites New Hair-growing System
tor aaie of lou v lereek, Al'ny, Ur.
Sole a rent for Linn. Lane. Benton. Ma
rion, Lincoln aad Clatsop count Add.
Box 421, AlboeT.Or. for free pamphlet
oa tMMiioe and bcaio trouble
Photos all aiaea aod ct les going
great y redeced pice. at tickle.
COXE ONE. COME ALL.
Julius Gradwohl Will Give You
th that itarRaiaa ia the City.
I with tu inform the pub:k that I w il
redtsc say large asock oi cruckery, glass
wars, China ware aad silver ware, and
will eeU oat my entire stock of holiday
good at oust. What I say I mean. Come
m aad pries my goods and I will prove
to you that I am not deceiving yon, t ut
mean buainesa. J. Gbaowoki.
A MAN'S A MAN,
hB big ad vaat age to Lim to wear
well tsnndried' shirts and ncden-lothine.
The Albany Steam Laundry, Richards x
Phillips proprietors, make a specialty of
gentlemen work. Free mending for
men beside the first clas laundry won.
A euwrior nigh a-loes finish toshirtc.
coTlars, cuffs, etc
A limited amount of money to loan on
good farm security.
5. N.braxui A Co.
Dr- B K aad Olire K. ll&rt offices in
post oSce Uock. Reaideuc corner Sth and
Cslapooia sts. Albaay Ur.
A supply of Preaervatiae Las josi been
received by Hodaes A McFarland. It
esrve muk. Those wbo have ln
waittag for it will take nuke
rr Pure Drags Dsvrsoas.
E. I?. Jot Oobtajit Gentlemen : 1
hav taken your Yea-e table Sarar&riria
asd eaa say I bave sever seen anrthing
eol to it. I havw snnVred ten " rears
with dyspepsia, sot being able to eat
anything bet milk and brown bread.
Lire was nothing but misery for me.
Kow I have a good appetite, eat anv
thing I with, aad feel no disagreeable
effect trots it. I wish I oukl teil ail
dyspeptic and urge them 10 try vour
(Signed; Ma. JohsTwotht.
a BAJrT PS aikaTrT-
Wheat, 42c L
Oats e .
Flsur. 82.50 " v
Butter 3 V:,:
Pork hams, IS to lie should-r
Bay Baled SXK "
f L ties Uimnirll
I . 1 propcrchsn-
t - - jF eels. Joy's
o" . j Vtf etsbls
laassiesitr I I
yrji--- li.rafjt If7A.
f sttHiii . '' 1
Bon't Get Tired
of U'.ks on Clothing It caa't be helped We re vt to
talk to you about clothing, and for yoar own good too. It
The iubjoct it very near our heart an J your too.mind
yon, you can afford to buy good elo hing for you caa't
aSord ta go without thft'a logic pur and cold. II
of hearing about it-atten a'to
' any more.
Are You Coming ?
L. E. Blaiii
The Leading Clothiers.
To whom it may concern, All parties
who may desire to purchase stock of the
estate of A. B. McDwaln will take notice
that commencing on Monday, Nov. 4
1895, the merchandise of said estate vil
be placed in lot and offered for sale ae
cording to the appraisement lot an
number, and be sold to tbe highest bid
der for cash.
H. F. MclxwAis,
ov. let, 1895. Stbacd FaojiAX,
Eetate of A. B. Mrllwain, dee'd
rx a. t trn rm ts mat nunn
m aadar paatavs wt.um fisarwua. by
ictaoriawt aac(a obis. ear ak SAmboctI
rm ot br&ia aaa Ha fusiar-. Loss Huaoorik
sirkaaas: jtiaat Lonn. 8nl Pi Lace
ex. caoaad by varaarSMK, Jamudml Knoem. ot
azcaava V-m vt Tebacoa. Oaut a Laranr
wtseb iwadi o Hmtrj. CnrassiaSAai. I saiii'i
sad Dasih. Br ssaaL W a baa; au tar 81; waa
Notice is bereb civen that nnderii ;ed
admiaistrator of the estate cf Jasper Cr ib
tre. deceased, bas Efed his aal acco-ict
.n the eocBty court of Uiaa county, Or
egon, witn toe clerk tarred, and tae court
has tf-4 ib 2nd ay of of 14 at the
beer of I o cxk 1 B.ti said d y. for
bt.wnag object ices to s.id accosnt, if any.
asd for the settling of said esta'e.
Ibis the 21 day of October
WEATBX&rOAO A V T ATT. ACmrtT.
A ts Ur Adortr.
, 11 tC sua3
fiel m mmn (u
sts tha eeirHsal sad mij i IE SCH . ssSs rad ra.
CAbie cars en Ui earasc root ul Ml Off
i. beanaaagAauy by
J. A Cusmiisg. e!e tfi, Albany
-l!a 4 a ts Ihr a.. a
!fCa-. ViSee. i ,, aa
TS VfH3 Clii4L ta
ut n H"n rwceA
BEErS FOR SALE A Ur-e qaAaiity
about a qiarter S a n.iletad the bridge
ia Bexttoa counry. leque at ..ice.
ON ET t.
loan. Inline ef J. M.
A StAKTUso irsccvsav. Baldness
cured or no pav. Dr White Great
Ih scorer v is for sale atXonis lereek a
larbea siic-p. lt curee all disease of the
scalp. Tatties desiring to go ino a coo
tract I will guarantee a head of hair or
no pav. Louis Yiereck,Tonsorial Am
Tr7PTtoe's Crxira Bakin; Pswisr
Awardai CoU Mtdal MidviBMr Fr. Saa Fn
it and then it won't tret you
I efjjtJrW laaa I I aCa
arsuaa saatmatas w car ar niau asoaay.
taait aacaaaa. tmmnimirm Sara' iiasni
vita tali uatraeuaaa. a ei Cm mvmgtm
s aaie Sa aaca ttaoo by anil
L. A. i. .as rf-ai SB i-A j -
Black Dress Suit
Boys School Suits
All Wool Fants-in winter weights-$2.25 to $109.