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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1893)
LEBANON, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 1, 1893. '
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
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.ranomlmnulofUK'U.A. R.ire oordtellr
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SAM I.. M. CA.Tll.AND,
ATTOR NEY-ftT - LAW.
ATTOR r EYS - AT - LAW,
AL1 JANY, ttUEOON.
r. il ML YE If,
ATTORNEY -'AT - LAW,
ALB ANY. OKK00N.
J. . TM'JTT.
STOWE ASC MEB8
Oolle-lliitu rtvMi lompt ail errfl sttenUoll.
nrrict IK OWBTSirVS BKICK
PORTMILLER 4 IRVIHtt,
DEALERK IX ,
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE,
CARPETH, WALL PAI'KP AND
UndertaknK a Specialty.
A TRADE. IT PAYS.
J. '. Koyiuutir,
' Oregonuin Building,
St. Charles Hotel,
Corner Main and Anormun BUmu,
BDD TBOSPSOS, froprleUr.
First-Class in all Apartisnts.
Bpeolttl attention paid lu Coiu
1 TO CORRESPONDENTS.
every communication, or it will eer
tainly pi to the "waste basket." We
do not want your jntnie for publics-
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Inll.eGimiitytimrtof ttio Si ate of Wne
o for the County of Linn.
In the matter of n lie entate oft Citatim,
Jfinn U, J. IjOYed-l, Dec-eased, f
To Ttwrwa Wilson, Rndly Wker,:
S&rali Riley mini to the unknown bar w
atltlMnkMwn and unknown, interested,
in nkl Eiititft. Greeting.
Intfcenameof ;he Slate of Oregon, Yon
hereby t&Wil and required to appear in the
Ouuiity 08ft of the State of Oregon, for
the Oroirty f Linn, at the Court Room,
UierftaC, art -Albany, in the County of Linn:
on lkufdar Uie 2nd day of Ochbor, IKS. at
1 oVaookiin the afternoon of tint day, then
and tbcwto show cause if any jyou have,
whyie.pilfution of J. H. Loveull Ad
muritARHorof t)ie estate of John M. J.
LoneaU,deoeased, to aelt the real property
befringing to said estate, described 4 foi-
Beguiling at a wint Beventf' Eivlit (78)
rods )Wortl of the South-east corner of
UkitaffHl and Louiaa I. Cheadk's Donation
Land Oinim, Not- No. 2309. Olaini No.-W,
in liur County, Oregon; Uwnoe Bouth
Setvntai Kight (78) rods to oid -ourner;
thenoeet Kighty-one (fll)idB; thence
Nortt)li:ghty(80)rods; thenoe in au East
emiw ur Eighty-one j8l) and a traction
rods lo the place of beginning, containing
forty I0J acres in Linn County, Oregon,
ahouid not be granted.
Witness, the Hon. J. X. Duncan, Judge
of the County Court of t he Btale of Oregon.
ferUie County of Linn, with the Bcai of
8aid Court afflxed, this lgth day of August,
Attest; N. P. Payne, Clerk. Ky B. if.
the Circuit Court of ihe Ptaof OKipm.ior
out mimy oi luid, naming wruii at aujuuy.
tfuutol Orvgou. County ol Luui. i, W. B.
lAttiHcj J, M. bt'ltle tun) J. A. Kobeai, Tnutaeff,
C. fi Jlaekieman and Carrie Huckkman, Ins
Uijrt, imi' HJiitjt, Jieun- it'Ueui)uner & J. L.
HftUk, tloiiiK bumnew under the linn name and
iel iH:ileiilMtltT, HttuhAi Ui T i. CranOjiLl
ioliiiEJ.iUNleMi under ihe lirni niuue ainl rtyle ot
T. .OadallCo., UarroOwn, H uudruft. PraU
Cu.k4:'rporiUluul auU X. KteluberKer, Delenti
auu. hit P. Cnuidsll, doing bwinei .under the firm
oauuiaud ntyle ul T. K iruiidall 4 Co., Camt
Huu.iVcxHinifl, Pratt Co., a eorpomtion, nid J
fcteinU raer, uf mud deleudanU.
In ii Name ur tle btaie of Ocjvon: You are
bemLjy required tu aptK-ar 0.uA uv.er the com'
blalm J i led tu-atnst you in ttie altwe entitled unit
uy ilk-Jtrirt day ot Hie term oi Ute Miid Court, next
iuuiowiuK utv i'Aiiruuiii mi me pu tijicauuii ul I Jib
Muaatotm. to-wit: liy the fourth Monday ofOeUib
er. l lie name beiii iIr- 4(h duy ul U't'iher,
lia. awl it you rail m to aiimer. for uuut there
ot. the ilalii!ittx will apply lu the court lor the
feAief ai-itiHJidfd Lu tlie eoiiinlaiut, u-Hit: Kyr
judRjuB'it HKuiiiHt said deffiiduot v., Hackle
iiuiu. fur WW.Ur, and iutervvl tlieix-ou at Die
rate of Pt per cent, pirr i:inim frwui the i'llli day
ol July. m, audtfie lurilier mm of at
torney' fee and for their (xst aud diBhute
BHtut.iid for a decree for the twweiouure of their
muriHHit;, a axuiitst uli sold delvudaulti, on the
HjIIomUic deTil-iJ reiti ewate; eilnaUHliu Liuu
County, fstate of Oregon, to-wil; Juon one (1), two
14 Hinje (d), lour live i5j. ix .), seven (7),
tytfUiVi:. nine U), tenitoi, Bitxi So. mx
JuJ, M. fcaltoii'- fourth addilkn -lo the Town of
Leljanou and lor the reiortuation
vi .imli mortgage and that Raid
n-aJeDial" lie Hold, hi id Hie pnxMveidHiif haid Mile
ailiud ,itt notiifftclttiij of mai idinneut, and
UitU the cbiimit and interem of aJJ aaid defend
aniN Atf KtiljMijueni and junior to pJuintiflV mort
Kaife andJOr tui h other reU'f aMwOhe court may
nim meet ;uid tHjuiuible.
'i'ain pui Jicatiuii W made by nter of Hon.
dm. H. Kunietl, Jiule of the aJiiove emit led
eourt. duly made on the lWh day m) Auxust
uutl ;iltid on tike 'Slnd day of Aukuu lisiM,
tyAH'L M. Wahlavo and Stuu k a 8o. kh,
AUys. lor jVialuUffri.
The huge stack of straw at the pa
par mill Is a wonderful in well au a
Th oal- Vutf Cream of Turtur Powder. No Auimuum; Nu Aluiji.
Used ja Mlsans of Homes io Years tlie Standard.
Tit Methodist Episcopal conference of
Oregon, wbirh nonclucled its aeaston in Al
bany last Monday made the following ap
pnintmaifta in theBalem district:
Albany, J. T. Abbott; Amity, 0. E. Cran
dall; Umwnsviik, David Wolff; Brooks, T.
F. Koyal; Corvallis, II. Suld ; Dallas, 8. A.
Htorr; Dayton, L. P. MkitAp; Eugene, D.
N. McSnturtf; Halney, M. Oberg; Hubbard,
A. Kershaw; lndetdenoe, H.W.Potter;
JefTerson, W. H. Wyora; Lenauon, D. T.
Bfiiamen-ille; Mehanim, to be supplied;
Xionroe, 3. iL Arnold; McUinnville, H. E.
Weainger; Newport, to be supplied; Salem,
G. W. Graunis; Salem MUsion, to be sup
plied; tihedd, 8. L. Lee; Sheridan, E. C.
Graff; Si I ere Indian Mission, C. It. Ells
worth; Silverton, trac Heart; Turner, R.
31. Corner; Woodnnrn, A. S. Mulligan;
function City, H. ft. Wallace; Philomath,
H. Lee; Waterloa. lo be supplied; Presi
dent of Willamette Tniversity, Geo. Whita
ter; J. H. Roork, financial agent; I. P."
i Driver, lecturer.
j Rev. D. T. Sumnierville, who is assigned
to this place, comes Goto Dallas here. He
is a man about forty-live years old and has
a wife and one child. He has been on the
coast about five years, coming from Kansas.
He is an able minster.
Rev. H. Oberg goes from here to Halsey.
Halsey has a strong church and we have
an idea it will be an agreeable change for
Kev. Oberg. He and his wife leave many
warm friends at this place.
Kev. Walton Skipwortb has been ttans
ferred to Idaho conference and will preach
Rev. Thos. P. Boyd will aijain till the
pnlpit at Sunnyside in Portland.
Kev. John Parsons was amin selected as
presiding elder for this district.
A strange tale oomee from Perry dale,
Polk county. A week ago last Thurs
day night as Luke Strong was travel
ing along the road between the farm of
Ira Townsend and Perrydale, after
dark, ne was aet upon by two men who
threw him down and bound him. He
was then blindfolded and conducted on
foot to what he thinks was B re id well's
station, where he was put Into a hack,
and then began a journey that ended
about twelve mi'es east of the Summit
near MU Hood. Strong was kept
blindfolded the entire distance, and
was offered food, which he declined.
Tuesday night his captors did not tie
him, as uual, and along toward morn
ing he escaped audstarted west. After
daylight he met a freighter going to
Tygh valley, who gave him two dol
lars, Strong left his coat, watch and
r-liain and (23 with his captors. He
walked the entire distance, via Port
laud, to Perrydale, arriving home lawt
Friday at midnight, says the Sheridun
Sun. Strong 1s 20 years of age, has no
had habits and Is considered truthful
by all who know him. He thinks the
men were after someone else, and when
they found their mistake, they pur
posely gave him an opportunity to es
Jim McCurdy who is hauling straw
for the paper mill brought in a toad
Monday that had ou sixty-eight hun
dred and thirty pounds of loofee straw,
which is the largest load that has ever
been brought in. Wagon and all
weighed 955(1 lbs. It was brought a-
bout rive miles besides pulling It out
of the loose stubble field, with only
two burses. Mr. McCurdy is a good
hand lo load on straw besides being a 1
first class drlvet. Mr. Iveeks brought !
iu 6190 lbs. which is a big load itself.
(Fiom Ochnco Review.)
B. P. Poindexter and family have re
turned from Lane connty. They got e
nongh fruit to load a four-horse team.
AsMxaorGray will complete his roll to
day and have it ready to submit to the
county board of equalization next Mor
It. H. Barnett and W. H. Peck claim to
have done the biggest day's reaping of the
season. They cut 20 acres of grain in MJf
At the next session of the supreme court
live cases appealed from this county wilt
e argued. They are Connor vs Lambert,
Connor vs Clark, A. W. Hough vs A.
Hough, Belknap and Sons vs Charlton,
and AhDoonvsC. 8. Sirith.
Last Saturday the house and lot belong
ing to the T. W. Davis estate was sold by
the administrator to Ike Ward for $160 and
a half interest in the Powell store building
to Powell Bros, for $150. Both properties
bmuuht all they were worth.
The first of the week a family passed
through town en route to Roseburg. They
bad come all the way from Oklaho na.
They will doubtless pasf through here on
their return next season, as that class of
people will net remain in one place longer
than one winter.
J. W. Hitching got home Satnrday from
Kentucky, where he disposed of the horses
which he took from this connty last month.
He was wel I satisfied with the prices he re
ceived. R. P. Miller and W. H. Anderson
have also returned. Mr. Miller was in
town Monday, and said he and Mr, An
derson netted a little over 80 per head for
their horses, which he considered a fair
price for this year, though it is not as much
as he has realized on shipments he has
made to Montana m past years.
The Dingey estate in Chesterfield county,
N. Y., valued at 16,000,000, is now in fair
way to be settled up and distributed among
the heirs. I. L. Ketch urn and Airs. C. E.
Solomon will each i receive about f 150,000 to
theirshare. The heirs are in possession of
recent communications that encourage
them to believe a speedy settlement will be
Yesterday morning Wm. Wvler was
found lead in his bed in the Prineville Ho
tel. He had taken strychnine. Mr. Wy
ler had been in this vicinity several years,
most of the time engaged in tending sheep.
He owned a farm near Halsey, Linn coun
ty, an1 has some property here.
D. L. Fry arrived here Weduesday,
and reports having had a very pleasant
time, especially while at the world's
Nolle of I in solution.
Notice is hereby given that the co-partnership
heretofore existing between the
undersigned, under the firm name of
Aldrich & Weeks, at Lebanon, Linn Co.,
Oregon, including the Champion Milt
(.otLpany, has been and is this day dis
solved by mutual consent of the parties,
Q, W, Aldrich having pnrchased the inter
est of W, C. Weeks, who retires therefrom,
The business will hereafter be carried on bv
G. W. Aldrich, the purchaser thereof, who
hereby assumes alt partnership debts, and
who alone is authorized to collect and re
ceipt for nil debts due the late firm.
U. W. Aldbich,
I) tiled this 24th day of Aug, 1803. 'J
Notice l hereby given lliat the uiiJcr
oiinied Administrator of the co-partnership
estute ot Harhour Halglcish, Wm. M
Ilarlwur, deceased, has filed with the Clerk
of the County Court of Unn County, Ore.
Hon, liis final account, and the Judge of
sniil court has fixed upon the 4th day of
September 1810, at the hour offOa. m. of
said day for the hearing of objections
if any, to said account, and for settlement
of waib estate, N. H. Dalouuu, '
SaH'I, U. (iilll.AM).
Ally, for the Administrator.
Duted at U'banon, Ur., this Mil day of
We will sUtrt our wood saw hi Leba
non about the 7th of Sept. Our prices
will be 40 cents, 60 cents and 10 per
cent discount for cash. Special rates
on lre Jobs. We solicit jour work.
Taylob, Stubtevant A Co. '
lBao Cooper of Philadelphia, for
merly a dry fronds merchant In the
city of Brotherly Lrfve, having been
the senior partner in tbe well-known
firm of Coooer and 1'
.. ...... naust
miny years, recently visited II,.
and upon beinir interviewed nt Sr-e.tt.i
said: - .
"I have a irrent liking for newspa.
pers, for I consider what
possess came through them. While
i was in Dusiness I believed in adver- !
Using, and our firm snent a larro for.
tune in printer' ink. But it was well
spent, and If I were again to resume
business I should anenrl
paper advertising than I did befoia.
But mere is a great deal lu knowing
bow to advertise. It, is not that tfaa
methods are difficult, or that -the ad
vertiser must be constantly on a strain
for something-sensational. Thcwhnia.
secret of advertising to aAvantaire ftir
a reian commercial house is to tell the
truth. First, have something. say
which h) worth saying, and theoiay .
it plainly. Yon don't need toinnnon.
olize the newspaper: vou don't need v
claim that what you say is all thai i
worlh listening to. Put the) plaits
truth before the renders in a iiWa
where tbey can see it. Live up to
your aavertisementj keep faith with
the public and soon the nuhlln will
come to put faith in your announce
ments. They will believe your adver
tisements, and crowd your store, when
the extravagant statements of your ri
vals are quietly ignored by the public
which has too often been tricked, f
used to write my own advertisements
at first, and 1 made it a rule to rather
understate what I had to ofter than to
overstate it, lest people should he dis
appointed by their own misunder
standing. After our business grew too
large for me to give the matter my
personal attention 1 hired a newspa
per man to write our ads, but I made
It a rule that I should see every d be
fore It went into the newspaper. And)
many a time I had to order the adver
tisement changed, and sometimes en
tirely re-wrltteu, because it told a lie or
would have led the people to expact
somethiug different from what we had)
to offer, and thus, disappoint then
when they should come to the store."
To Coin More QqIa.
Secretary Carlisle has ordered that
the tutted States mints at Philadel
phia and' ban T'rauciscn be fully
manned and the full capacity of both) ,
mills utilized in coinlixr iml,i L.,in
The treasury department possesses
from !J85,000.000 lo JftO.OMl cm tn i .
bullion, which Is part of the gold re
serve of $100,000,000. Gold baraenn
not be used ss currency, so it has hee
decided in the present need tooolnV
the bullion on hand. The biilKon will,
be coined into $10, $5, and t'i gold)
pieces, preference bclne: given tn the
first two denominations. The oolning;
capaclty of the l'inWclphia mint, H
is stated, will be between $;,0001OnO.rA
$8,000,000 per niomh. .There ate $20,1
000,000 of gold bullion In the Philadel
phia mint, $15,000,000 of It hptug In)
one vault, where it tins remained un
touched for IK .years. Acting Director
Preston vialled Philadelphia Saturday
and completed arraignmtn with Wu
perlntendenl Rnshj-liel! tnhegin work
at once. The treasury Is now paying
out gold coin all over the country, an
u eoniequeii.tp stands more lii need
of gold coin than heretofore.
Yesterday afternoon, in. r...
vplllsNews, the government snaghoai
stopped on the rapids In the Will,
ruette river juet above Independent
and set a blast in ttliugesuag In the
8,reamU fttr"""' named Johnson
i ii ""," nan an)
when the Mumm ..u.uj ..T
FOnt til lull AIM. .M U,nt.,,u .
his wagon, badly wrecking It ind soar
ing his team so they ran away. The
farmer had a narrow escape, .