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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1893)
LEBANON, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 8, 1893.
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TITLES . EXAMINED.
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FORTIILLER 4 1HIK.
ALL KINDS OF FBffiTURI,
Undertakng a i Specialty.
ALBANY. ORE CON
A TRADE. IT PASS.
Umioiiun Buildi '
St. Charles Hotel,
Comer Main Hid Sherman Slreett,
BDD THOMPSON, Proprietor.
First-Class in all Apartments.
Special attention paid to Com
Board and Lodging, per day, 1 to
IS; per week $4.60 to $a
In the fonnty Courtf the Htateof Ore
gon fer-thcComity of linn.
Id the-matter of the ewtatp of' Cfeation,
Joui) MA. Loveall, Ifeoeatxit. f
To Taeresa Wilson, Kmily Walker,
HanUi llStoy nnd to the unknown heir or
Imrs-ofOerniemli LoTctaLl rieceastwd, and to
all tliert known and unknown, interested
in said ItwtaU1. Giwtiug.
In ibr name of .lie State of Owgon, You
kwTffiU'd and retjolrtnl Ui ait-arin the
CouirtyOoort of Uie State of Oregon, for
tlie 'Gumnty of Linn, at the 7onrt Room
tbentX at Albany, in the Comity of Linn
en MotKlay the 2nd day of UAober, 1893. at
1 -o'clock in the afternoon of tfiat day, then
nd there to show ouuteifaciy you have,
wlrytli application of J. H. Loveall Ad
mi uirator of the estate tff John M. J,
Lovvall, deceased, to sell tltf real property
belonging to aaid estate, described as fol-lowto-wit:
Jiari 111 ling at s jtoint Seventy Eight (78)
mxie North of the Bouth-eaat comer of
Hiohard and Loiiiaa L. Chcftdle'B Donation
ln Claim, Not No. 23Q9, Claim No. 65, :
in J-inn County, Oregon; thence South
fieratrty Eight Hi rods to said corner;
thence west Eighty-one (SI) rods; thence
North Eighty ( MO rods; thence in an East
enriv course Eigliiy-one ;81) and a fractiou
rod to the place of beginning, containing
forty 40j acres in- Linn County, Oregon,
ahanld not he grurted.
Witness, the Uhi, J. N. Duncan, Judg.
of. the County Oort-of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Linn, with the Seat of
fcuud Court ttthitxi. this 18th day of August,
Attest; K.P.Iaviie, Clerk. RyB. 1L
lu 'henmill Court of tbfi Blat of Oregon. er
Uiu (Guilty ul Liuu, libliluig tenuH al iUauy.
filmeof OrcK-u. Omul)' of l.lmi. i a, W. 3.
liouHta. J. M. beule awl J. A. Uoberu, Tnuteea,
C. C. UacJclt'iuau ad Carrie Uai-kleman, bid
wife. iaar Wiiile, Uanrj Jlettenlmfler & J. L.
AUuui duing biMluuw jiniler Uia firm uame aud
Klylaf lxaU'ul,t,ticx, UaaK& Co.. T K Craudall
.doliwijUHltH'M iiiylertiie firm name anil rtyk' of
T. V.vraiMlttllaCo., liarnitwm, Woiwirwf, Praw
C..ftairiwratiou. aud S. tt'luberger, efud
anui. To T. P. Crandall.doiiig burineiv under the finn
name and Myle of T. I, t'nindall it Co., Garrot
son. Wooilrufl, Prau tx., a corporation, aud.N.
titeijabKer, of Maid defendant.
in Ute Name or tae iale of Oregon: You are
-herchy Ji'tiuired lo ajijwar and auhuer the com.
i viuiiu rieo aimiiiKi yuu.m ine aoove entltlea suit
; IJa; tirht day of tlie .term ol the said Uourl. neat
!: followjitx the extiratiun of (he publication of this
; Jtuumoufc, lo-a il: by Uie fourth Mond&y of Ootoh
' r. iwu the name tjeiiy,' the aid day of October,
Mwg.auu u j inh mtm auner, tor want taere-
f, tUe.jjiaititia will wa.ly to the court for the
aellef. J'jimnded in uie (wmelaint, to-wlt: Fur
juugineuL aKuiu.1 Haiu aerenaaut u. t.. ttaeJUe
Jaau, to 8H.l6, and iuleret thereon at the
.rate oXJl1 pereeut. per annum from tlie Sith day
c July, Wrj, and the ijjnher .uui of aVl.uu at
turney'afee and for IfM'ir coi.tH and disburse.
Jueuliiaud for a decree tor tlie foreclosure of llieir
murl!ac an agidtiMt ali fiald defeiidunu, on the
foUottiug-iehtTllrt-d reale-UUc; Bliuuled in Liuu
lAiunty, bUUt ot uregoli.to.tvit: hob one tl), two
jii, tliretttt;), four live (&). nix (61, eveu tii,
eufht .('. nine m. leiMlai. muck fin. six m,
in j. M. litWoir. fourth ailditiou to the Tow u of
Lehanou, and for the reformation
w! tid mortgage and that said
aealiHaleiie N.ld. Hiid.tae pronecdnof aaid nale
avyilwd in HaliNlmtion .of (aid iudgmeiit, and
utat itlte clakuH and uiU'rttn of all aaid defend
aula mtv auUi.;quein and iomor to pUtnitim. mort
guge.and fur such oilier relie! utlo Uie court may
aeetu aueet aa.d equitable.
Thj publaiHliou h uutde by order of Hon.
fieo. 43. Jluruetl, Judge,. of the above entitled
cuurt. duly.nuele on Kie lath dav of August 1"3,
and lued ,o ti. iiud dayf August lu;l. 1
KaK'L V. (-'AMI. AM, aildTov.F. & KoJ KKN.
;tty. lor Haiutiffs.
TlieMcl(Utwtiiiay: "Win. Brenner
and ameral i iorr of ,cur t" iisiuen
were up at Wuieilui Iml euiiduy.
While Uiereilw- inatoliwl lilaruce liorae
'ArlinictunKl'int' with Itellimrer BrM.'
'Billy Bi'UiiiKer' for a raw to occur on
Sept. 10th, al-'WHiierlrio, far apunwof
110; dialauce l ynnla. Also at the
Uame time and jfcit he m'Heluti Al
iloore'a 'Jiihnny' in u 200 yard race
wtli Jriiiuii km lii'fw.' home 'li ilH' for a
Th only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alom.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
Are Yuhr Trees Bytngt
Itlaeaaytoset out trees, and still
easier to forget them during the busy
8eanon. As a result, a serious 'jot Is
going fin, and thorough disc ourage
merit maturing relative to the getting
of fruit trees, says a oorrespo grlent in
the Country Getillemun. Ot ners are
too frequently satisfied that the work
is weH done and no further; attention
witl e required. The ur foee of the
soil gets crustid or covered ith weeds,
which take from it iu their rapid
growth the very elemei jte the trees
require during their first season. Clean
culture for fruit trees cannot be too
strongly insisted upon, whether tbey
are growing among hot id crops or not.
To sow grain antoug y bung trees is the
height of folly, for Ht shows plainly
that you value a single year's crop
more than the apple crop of many sea
sons which may be derived from trees
well grown. Grow ing plants take the
most readily available plant food, and
thrifty, clean-limbed trees cannot be
produced in a sod-bound or grass or
weed-grewn field. The young trees
should have a liryeral quantity of mu
riate of potash, spread upon the surface
of the soil annually, and so continu
ously cultivated in as to eradicate every
vestige of plant growth. If the
planter of an orchard has been soun
wleeastosow the land to grain, he
may avoid tlie worst consequences of
his folly by cutting It before itexhlbits
the first indications of ripeness, and
making It into hay.
A Good Thing to Keep at Hand.
From the Troy (Kansas) Chief.
Some years ago we were very much
subject to severe spellB of cholera mor
bus; and now when we feel any of the
symptoms that usually preceed that
ailment, such as slckneeir at the stom
ach, diarrhoea, etc., we become scary.
We have found. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy the
very thing to straighten one out In
such cases, and always keep It abo'Jt,
We ale not writing this for a pay tes
timonial, but to let our readers know
what is a good thing to keep handy in
the house. For sale by M. A. Miller,
Kotle. of Disaulutloa.
Notice is hereby given that the co-partnership
heretofore existing between the
undersigned, under the linn name of
Aidricb 4 Weeks, at Lebanon, Linn Co.,
Oregon, including the Champion Mill
(.1ot:.tany, has been and is this day dis
solved by mutual consent of the parties,
G. W. Aldrich having purchased the inter
est of W. (J. Weeks, who retires therefrom.
The business will hereafter be carried on by
G. W. Aldrich, tlie purchaser thereof, who
hereby assumes all partnership debts, and
who alone is authorized to colleet and re
ceipt for all debts due the late firm.
G. W. Autumn,
Dated this 24th day of Aug, 1803.
Tii is is the last meeting of the county
board of equalization. The feature of
to-day's meeting was the strenuous
effort of the Benedictine father ofMt.
Angel. It seems that they own 2240
acres of mountain and 1436 acres of
valley land. 3875 acres altogether. On
this they are taxed $20,043. Their ar
gument was that under the law they
should not be taxed, but the judge did
not see It that way Salem Independent.
R. O. Cochrane Commits Hulelde.
Early Monday morning Mr. Robert
G. Cochrane, one of the most prosper
ous of Linn county farmers, residing
three miles this side of Brownsville,
committed suicide b,v shooting him
self with a revolver. The act was
committed beside a spring ft hundred
yards from the house. He a(i gone
to the spring before breakfast, but his
wife called him to breakfast, after
which he Immediately returned to the
spring and shot himself back of the
right eur with a 38 calibre revolver,
the ball coming out back of the other
ear. He fell forward Into the spring,
Mrs. Cochrane beard the report, and
fearing the worst, rushed to where she
found her husbaud lying dead, his
bead in about two feet of water. Jus
tice S. P. Barger called a jury and
found according to the facts. The eyf
dence indicated that Mr. Cochrane had
been contemplating the deed for a
week or more. He bad not been ex
actly in bis right mind. His stomach
had been in a bad condition for some
time, a fact that preyed on his mind.
The deceased was 64 years of age,
and leaves a wife and three or four
children. He was a man well liked,
and his death will be generally re
gretted. Chinamen Had to Go.
Butterville, in Marion county, last
Monday was the scene of a most deter
mined aud successful eviction of
Chinese laborers. It is the center of a
large hop growing neighborhood, and
employs many pickers of that product.
Very many people men, women
and children, hai gathered there for
the purpose of getting work at hop
picking, and it is said that many of
them were in actual need of the em
ployment to ward off starvation.
After getting there they learned that
Chinamen had been engaged by con
tract and that white labor would not
be employed. They then gathered in
an orderly manner and marched to the
different yards, gathering up the
Chinamen and marching them to the
boat landing drove them on board the
steamer Toledo, coercing the captain
into taking them to Portland.
Part of the hop yard men agreed to
accept the white labor if the China
men were disposed of. The outcome
will be watched with interest.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed Administrator of the co-partnership
estate of Barbour & Dalgleish, Wm. M.
Barbour, deceased, haB filed with the Clerk
of the County Court of Linn County, Ore
gon, bis final account, and the Judge of
said court has fixed upon the 4th day of
September 1803, at the hour of 10 a. m. of
said day for the hearing or objections
if any, to said account, and for settlement
of saib estate. N. S. Dawlkish,
Sam'l M. Oakland.
Atty. for the Administrator.
Dated at Lebanon, Or., this 26th day of
We will start our wood saw In Leba
non about the 7th of Sept, Our prices
will be 40 cents, 80 cents and 10 per
cent discount for cash. S)ieclal rates
ou lurge jobs. We solicit your work.
Tayi.hr, Stuktevant A Co.
The Salem Independent says; Mrs.
Mary Spencer was brought to the asy
lum to-day from Gates, Mrs. Spencer
Is a granddaughter of William Mor
gan, the man who, about sixty years
ago, wrote an exposure ot Free Mason
ry and afterwards mysteriously disap
peared. Mrs, William Morgan was
slightly demented and her grand
daughter probably inherits It. The
patient Is 39 years old, but looks
younger. She is ofttimes violent and
thinks tlmt people are continually
making signs. It Is supposed alie gets
her idea of the signs from a close peru
sal of her grandfather's work.
The following letter has been acn.
to school clerks in this county;
Dear Sir: I herewith enclose yoo
an order on the county treasurer t
t)e amount of the state aclMwIi f1''
apportioned to your distrim TBis
,.u was only about half what we ex
nected from the slate, but the state de
partment has made arrangements to
distribute the remainder of the funds
about the first of January, 1894. Of
the county funds I am sorry to say
that they are locked up in the sus
pended Linn County Bank. The re.
celverof the bank has Informed me
that from one-fourth to one-half of the
money now in the bank belonging to
the school fund will be paid by the
first of January.
The funds now in the bank amount
to something over $17,700, and I hope
to be able to distribute this money to
the districts before the appointment
next spring. Of course the dlstrl-ibs
will get their money as soon as the
bank pays It to the treasurer.
There Is also over $8000 of delinquent -
school taxes yet to be collected by the ;
sheriff. This added to the funds in.
the bank and what we have estimated
will be the remainder paid us by the
state, will give about a four dollar per
capita yet to the districts, or in round
number, about $31,000.
G. F. Russem,,
The amount apportioned to Lebanon
"Times Are Hard.'
The following article from the Ore
gon Stale Journal is "more than half
true," although rather overdrawn.'
"Times are very hard when it comes
to paying debts or for the necessaries
of life, but when it comes to luxuries
and pleasure there is generally plenty
of money dug up to keep business
"A snide medicine show can run
here every night for three weeks In
euccetsion, and have from 300 to 800
people at each 'performance' at 10 and
16 cents a head, and sell loads of 'med
icine' at $1 a bottle cash down, when a
large majority of the audience live
from baud to mouth, and are alnays in
trouble and 'hard run.'
"It is needless for the Populists or
anybody else to try to help people who
are born like a sieve, to sow and scatter
every cent tbey can lay their hands on
as fast as they can get it. Nobody can
help them they can't help themselves,
and don't know enough to take cure of
themselves. No law and no legal pro
tection that can be devised can help
them. God himself can't help them,
for be has tried by making a world
full of everything needed and giving
them a fair chance, under laws requir
ing industry and economy, and has
failed to keep them from continual
poverty and want, which they attri
bute to the Imperfeetiou of the laws o(
God or man, when thoy are uaimlly to
License was issued Tuesday for tha
marriage of Fred Fish, of Lane county,
and May Bellinger, of Linn county.
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