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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1891)
H. Y. KIRKPATRICK.
Editor - and Proprietor.
Tbe future for wheat id Bond
Bke hfta cone back to WUcto., and
steady rise in to market. Noth-.
ing so encourage the wheat grow
ers of th Tttllov a th i.rpwnt
prospects for a bitter future mar-
The lavor which the Australian
system of voting has found in this
country lias inspired some reform
ers to sufrtrMt the adoption of an
other Australian system that of
rcisterinr titles to real nrorjertv.
T'uder this svatem the owner of
real estate proves up hie title before
' a yovernment register and receives
a certifrmte that he is tbe owner in
fee. Thereafter transfers are made
by a Bitnple transfer of tbe certifi
cate, Tint would certainly aim
phfv matters; but that will oroba-
bly be tbe chief objection to the
method. The lawvers do not want
.any simplification and the lawyers
rnust live at least they think so.
The nenple of Oregon are curtain ;y
hlnwd above ail other people with a
climate and pmdtwtiou necweary tu
the health and prosperity of man. How
mauy eaat oT tbe "Bocklea" would he
surprised at tbe growing wheat fields
wuli their beautiful robes of peers, and
the balmy atmosphere that frivee life,
vigor and health to the dwellers in our
borders. TMay nature In all It
beauty blooms around ue, and the
promise of a coming bountiful harvest
elves eheerte the tarmer, spirits and
buoys him up with hones of an assured
pns eriry. Yes nur Oregon is the
brightest state in the constellaiion of
states, and that star will ever shine
Willi ruspleudeut beauty. Pnlk-t'ouuty
We noticed iu the Albany Demo
crat that work had ceased on the
1 eUnnn canal for want of funds.
.lo thw .epntrsetrjee.
? 1 ,l"t and'Tbij. contractor nad
quit and shipped his plant to Port-
Miiti. i lii is a'xmt as near as Sir.
v.ytes" and "Boy Nutting" could
he eiim'trd to get any article of
urns ui!innng ieoanon. e are
;!' .wj yn inform Bros. .."SltJ'te
unu Zuy "ttirV' that the contract
-price was 121, OOu. The company
1-as as jet paid all bills that have
l v-en rep!:td. On kst Tuesday,
t .e :' i:i, they paidjoct I700C isd
the work is still progressing on the
uiteh. and if the Lord it willing and
tbe Albany Democrat don't inter
ne it v ill soon be completed.
Ilja-'vrr, we do not tbink it wal
. n in h ffhst tbe Ai'-ary
Ivniocriit bag to ay, tb work
will go on just the same. And l.eb-ai.-i.i
Vni ley .Albany in the elif.'.i"
for husineaa, enterprise and energy.
It is now Imt Jifct'e rti"r ibmi
three weeks itktt th first tiiy
i ).et,nn vit bebeid ur'J"ojt rew
cS;a.rr, when tbe Mayor, Re?df.r,
will be elected.' This will be
sr. iiTijKirt&at day iu the history of
tbe eity,.for upon that clay officers
v. ill be chosen upon whose shoulders
i .-t :.e welfare of tbe -i:y Lr
hm year. - ... . ,-
f'A'ty affiliation has hercfifore
1 1 ut little to do with city el
if. Tii. divi sing iim- ha.", pen-
,',v In en nith reference to views
in the liquor traflic. This ques-
n Mioi.ni not enter into ana in-1
'w votes in city election. Let
., ;e,n f.t't Arties put forward J
lj t rui.lerik! in their ranks and )
ui issue ue surly met. It is
' jF.ej-.. i.t nor Tirofitable for onr
v to be leqietuaHy wrangling
er "wets and drvs." , There are
my of 'drys".wbi woulrl not !
i.- bii f v. uv councilrnfin. and tbe i
ne remark is equally true about
'; 'sets. Lachoftbfwe piirties
oiil support their own candidates
'"lle-s. in a treat degree, of
:r true fitness for tbe place.
, oi. i u. Know tuat lie is a
in or n '-dry" as the ease may
tbat nonmn iselci-tid who
u. in favor of enforcing the law.
1 IK ui! thiil is neeewary. Then
U have m city of which we
J well be proud.
e id no doubt tbat the pret
" "'.ui .1 i an honest, ind',itri
urA iiit'jiiipe.jit body of men,
ieserv the ai.pr- f
LEADIKS DRY GOODS
We have a VERY LARGE STOCK of
Fall and Winter Dress Goods,
CLOAKS, UNDERWEAR and NOTIONS.
Wa alio carry a
FULL LINE of L&dies and hisses SKOS.
W. F. READ, Albany, Or.
WILL & LINK,
(Suooatrora to Will Bro.,)
' i t'V T..' . ...
Pianos And Organs,
lavite the people of Lebanon
These instruments they keep In stock,
"t i mm. mir proiea are hm tomst. Kiieet Music, Hone and small
Icati'uinents a specialty. Tbe best Sewing Machine iu tne market on etwv
terms. Write for caiaujjfut
, : IT IS TIME TO THINE-;;'
About FALL and WINTER CLOTHING; and uhilo you
are thinking about it dout forget Lhat
T. C, Wall
Is tlie pla'-e to got it We are tw n--oiv'.r. ('a'l large
tiiipiiMi's of Tall and Winter cljtli'pg
For Men, Boys
1'r-jrn 4he lar'p-t and Best ManufacMiri-iTb in this and
rr. -fpn Lanck Not being Brilliant f rite-'s oe cat: hardly
L.r these Grand Canne-uts we are ofie.ring
THE JUSTICE THEY DESERVE.
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We arc- Sh wing the Wry Latil Lff.-ctR iu Everything tliat
is iw !t matters not whet!;er you want to buy or not.
We are Always Willing to
Show our Goods,
And if you one your Best Judgement you will ;ay that for
RICHLY TAILORED CLOTHING
That's Made Well and at Reasonable Prices, We
are the People.
T. JL. Wallace & Co.,
WE 0? ALBAHY.
& Sewinri :"MnrWtip
and vicinity to acouaint them-
W$g- Organs. ;
but solicit orc3r for "Sieinway" and
T he Ladies Bazaar
lLLiS.ERY alii FANCY GOODS STORE
Of the Willamette Valley.
They carry all the Latest Styles
and a complete stock of Ladies' and
ready-made garments and cloaks.
est. Call and be convinced.
FIRST STREET, -
Dry Goods .at cost, at the
CWhing' at coot at the .
, C Mammoth store.
Groceries at cost the
The whoJe stock of the Mam
moth store at cost for
cash or produce!
St Charles Hotel,
Cornor Mula n 8hwrai Slmitt, '
MBANOS, , (IJtBCON.
BCD THOMPSON, Projiricbr.
First-Class ia all Aparfments.
Hecial attention paid to Com
Board uiid Lodging, per day, 11 u
t-, per week, HM laifl.
IU. H, H. UJRTERS,
Counselor at Law,
Foreipii and DomeKtic
Fruits and Confectionery
Queensware and (ilnwiwitre, Lniiijis
and liuiup 1'ixluw.
Pays Casth Kor fc-ggs-Main
it the Leading
and Novelties iu the Millinery line.
Clildi:et' Furnishing goods, and
Goods th"" bpst ""d P the low
Pitsb & Salted Beef, Pork, 'Mutton,
Sausage, Bologna, and Ham.
Mog n4 Card Uways on fland.
Mala fitnet, Lebanon, Or.
in. Ooo. Rico.
- ii.i' a. : -
L.-.u-iif st Stock
AT I M K .
K'll Ilul fi r rlfiy c i ts, full and
examine her ttwk Mtn (.im-lumltig