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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1896)
H. Y. KIRKPATR1CK,
Editor - and - Proprietor
' Corbett "still claims to be eham
pion. If he doesn't prove his right
to the above title in the ring before
long he will be considered the cham
The supreme court has decided
the great Stanford case in favor of
Mrs. Leland Stanford, which means
the continued prosperity and up
holding of Stanford University.
Another man has been on. trial
inTacomafor using public funds
for private interests. He was the
treasurer of Pierce county. The
state of Washington Beems to have
a surplus of men of that stamp.
Spain hits lost fifteen or twenty
thousand soldiers in Cuba don't
know whether they are scattered
round in Cuba, or have deserted,
.or have been slain. Probably the
insurgent general could enlighten
the Bpanish government as to their
whereabouts if he chose.
California's attempt to have the
Kentucky legislature knock out
the Huntington charter, discloses
the fact that Kentucky has troubles
of her own. The Kashville rail
road system has so thoroughly in
trenched itself in the Kentucky
state government, that it can take
care of Huntington's interests,
while protecting its own. There is
a fellow feeleng to be looked after.
A Washington spiritualist who
claims to have been successful here
tofore in similar predictions now
prophesies that Senator Cullom of
Illinois will be the next republican
candidate for president. Stranger
things .have happened, and if Cul
lom is nominated the prophet's
reputation will be greatly increased,
but he needn't expect many per
sons to place much faith in Lis
alleged foreknowledge. Cullom is
a very darE horBe indeed. 1
The sentence of Miss Flagler, of
Washington, who killed a colored
boy some months ago, and was
really guilty of manslaughter, to
three houre in jail, which she spent
with her family and friends in a
reception room, is calculated to
cast contempt upon the adminis
tration of justice. If the law de
manded her incarceration at all, it
demanded something more than an
empty formality. Such a proceed
ing, because the criminal is rich
and well-connected, is a mockery
of law, equity, and justice. Sun
Tennessee wak viaited by a heavy
snow-storm last week.
IV-Tl MfVKiilorht and wlfa wore In
this locality list week.
Miss LllUe Davis, of Albany, was in
. Tennessee last week. She returned to
John Swink, P. L. Wallace, T. P.
McKniglit abd Geo. Davis sold their
potatoes last week for 16 cents per
Walter Davis, tbe 18-year-old ton of
Geo. Davis, deserves much honor fur
tbe swift ride be made but week from
here to Albany, to get medicine for bis
mother. The ride was made in two
hours and forty-five minutes, consum
ing twenty minute in town getting
medicine. This was tbe quickest trip
ever made between tbis place and Al
bany, the round trip beiug 25 miles.
Last Monday being tbe day for
school election, the meeting convened
at two o'clock, with Hou. P. M. Scbere
iu tbe chair. After a speech from tbe
cbair the election was taken up. Mr.
Geo. Bon was nominated but refuted
to "run;" thereupon Scott Wallace and
chairman P. M. Scbere were nominat
ed. The- voting was as follows: P.
H. Scbere, 21 votes; Scott Wallace, 8.
P. H. Schere was therefore duly elect
ed director. Tbe vote for clerk was as
follows: Jacob .Allmond, 20 votes;
John Vrnnk, 8. Mr. Allmond was
duly elected clerk. Hon. P. M. Hcliere
has served three successful years as
director, and therefore tbe overwhelm
ing majority fur lite second term
bIiowb bis popularity in the district,
and his great ability in tbe office of
director. Mr. Allmond is equally able
to fill the office of clerk, having been
elected seven successive terms. Several
ladles were present at tbe election.
,..- Cjesab. '
Good clothing at a low price at
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
JCh.iijwl Kvoiy Week.)
Oats 14 to 16c !
Hay-3 tots per ton.
Flour to 80(a)90. per sack
Chop 0 80 per owt
Bran 75o per owt.
Middlings) 76 per cwt
Apples Dried, 4c per lb
Plums Dried, 2c.
Beef Dressed, 3J to 4c
Pork Dressed, 8.
Hani 10 per lb.
Sides 10c per lb.
0eeae $4 . $5 per doi.
Ducks 83 $4 per dos.
Chiokens-2 002 50.
Turkeys 8c per lb.
EggB 8c wrdos.
Butter 16 20c per lb.
Hides Green, Sc; dry, 6o.
TheL.E. Blain Clothing company.
of Albany, have a large ad iu tbis is
sue. They are talking about good
clothing aud low prices.
During our closing out sale no goods
will be sold except for spot cash.
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Notiue for Publication.
Land Omci at Obiook Citt, Ob.,
February W, 1886.
Notite is hereby given that the following
named settler hu tiled notice ot his inten
tion to make Dual proof in support of his
claim, and that said proot will be made be
fore the Co. Clerk of Linn Co., at Albany,
Or., on May 2, 1896, vi:
GEORGE AR VESTA DOWSING,
H. E. No. 8260. for the N. W. a Sec. 22, T.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said land, viz : William W.
Sanders, Milton W. Yoeman, David 8.
Myers, Charley E. Clark, all of Laconil), Or.
Robert A. Millbb,
Notice for Publioatlon.
Laud Orncx at Obiook Cut, Ob.,
February 24, 1896.
Notice is hereby given that the following,
named settler has tiled notice of his inten
tion to make final proot in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the County Clerk of Unn Connty, at
Albany, Or., on May 2, 1P86, viz:
MILTON W. YOEMAN,
H E No. 8251, for the K E M Bee 22, T U 8,
He names the following witnesses to
prove bis continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said land, viz: W. V?.
Sanders, Ben. White. G. A. Downing, D.
8. Myers, all of Lacomb, Or.
Bobbbt A. Millbb,
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- The following list
49 piw ladies' French kid, plain toe . . $4 50 $2 60
28' " oloth top, pstont tip 8 00 2 05
20 a kid top, " 1 75 1 03
18 " Prenohkid, " 8 50 2 80
17' " " " " 2 50 1 53
29 " coarse, plain toe 1 75 X 00
12 u " fin, " 2 00 1 25
14 " " " ' 2 50 ,1 7a
4 " patent tip ' 2 00 1 25
17 " " low Bhoes 1 50 1 05
22 ' " " 1 75 1 15
42 " children's" patent tip 150 1 ,
6 14 Men's cap toe, Barton Bros. 2 50 i t
14 " " " " 3 00 8 1$
10 " " plain toe, Kirkeiulale 8 00 1 9(1
6 " " cap toe. Bvton Bros. 2 50 1 55
6 " " " Smith & Wallace 2 50 1 50
16 " " " Barton Bros. 2 50 8 00
h " . " " Willism Morris 4 00 8 00
10 " " Burton Bros. Kangaroo 4 50 2 00
10 " " " " 4 50 2 75
2 " " ". " 5 00 8 (K)
8 " " heavy tap sole, oil grain, plow shoe 2 25 1 25
Men's cotton pants,
We have a good line of Dr bs Goods that we are selling at reduced
pri(s; also a line of Hats which we are closing out at coat.
Lebanon, - - Oregon,
Days till spring. Have you
thought of what you'll wear?
Every one answers "clothes"
of course. .
Then you will appreciate
the masterpieces of the tailors
art which we have had made
especially for our customers.
Ready-made suits with all
the marks of style and worth
$5.00, $6.00, $8.00,
get choice of lines worth
But the real BREAD-AND-MEAT
part of them
are the many lines at
You'll think they're worth
more, but they go at that.
Albany Mills Suits, Worsted Dress Suits,
Fancy Checks and Corduroys.
We won t say more about
them-they show up best
when seen and worn.
L. E. Blain Clothing Go.
of goods we are selling
Regular Prloc Reduced to
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