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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1896)
H. Y. KIRKPATRICK,
HJditor - and - Proprietor
The people can place Mr. Garland
in the judge's office with full assur
ance that the affaire of the county
will be administered in an econom
ical aud intelligent manner. He
has experienced hard times himself
and knows how to sympathise with
people in like condition. By fair
dealing aud close attention to busf
ness he has built up a good practice.
He is thoroughly familiar with the
needs of the county. He enjoys
an extensive probate practice. He
is careful and economical and has
good judgment AVe believe that
he intends, if elected, to manage
county affairs for the good of the
people, and will not use the
influence of his office to insure his
re-election. Enemies will be made
inevitably by a conscientious judge.
No one realizes this fact more
clearly than does Mr. Garland. He
will scrutinize all claims and
petitions, and will pass upon them
solely with an eye to justice and
economy. - He is eminently fair.
He is not a partisan in any sense
of the word. Politics will not
enter into his management of
affairs. Favorites will not be had.
All men will be treated alike; and
the justice of their cause and not
their political pull, will be consid
ered. He is the man for the place.
A vote for him is a vote for econ
omy and the people know that has
not been practiced during the last
Mr. 0. A. Archibald would
make one of the most efficient
county clerks the county, ever had.
He has the individual capacity.
His clerical experience in a pecu
liar manner fits him for the posi
tion. It is not enough to be a good
man personally, Mr. Archibald is
that and is as well in every respect
I capable. Democrat.
When the Imprint finds a candi
date possessed of brains, unyielding
integrity and perpetual morality,
we intend to point him out. The
Imprint is the paper that speaks
what it honestly believes and don't
oare who it helps or binders.
When we find a man who stands
for the free and unlimited coinage
of silver and who has for his aim
the.' demonitization of the white
metal, a man of monster mind, a
the populist platform, we believe
nim worthy of the people's trust
Such are the true and noble char
acteristics of Hon. H. C. Watson, a
free silver candidate tor the legisla
ture. H. C. Watson is a cousin of
the great populist leader, Tom
Watsoq, of Georgia. Silver Im
print. . ,
A question has arisen as to the
legality of the bill which provides
for the election by the legislature
ot a state dairy and food commis
sioner, who holds a billet worth
$1,000 a year and traveling ex
penses. The present incumbent,
Mr. Luce, is a holdover, bavins:
been elected by the legislature of
iSiM, and the last legislature failed
for which he was appointed expired,
the secretary of state withheld his
warrants, but the supreme court
sustained the holdovers, and war
rants have since been issued
regularly. Now the question is as
to whether the act providing for a
dairy and food commissioner was
ever regularly passed, and an
opinion from the attorney general
is expected in a few days.
If McFeron and Duncan have
been the honest and efficient officers
which the Herald tries to make
them out, and the affairs of the
county have been so carefully and
economically administered, why do
they not explain to the people of
the county, why McFeron presented
claims .against the county for
money to which he was not entitled
and why Duncan allowed these
claims. The court records show
that such claims were presented
and allowed. Why do these parties
not explain? Albany Democrat.
Mr. Montague has been -absent
from home for several days.
Beports from places where he has
been bring very encouraging news
to his many friends in Lebanon.
Mr. Montague bos a host of friends
H. C. Watson, the candidate for
representativs on th democratic
ticket, 18 a gentleman above re
proach and is spoken well of by
every one regardless of politics.
The Express hopes to see Mr.
Watson one of our next representatives.
The Oukville correspondent in
the Democrat says: Mr. Garland
and Mr. Watson, the former a can
didate for county judge on the
democratic ticket, and the latter a
candidate for representative on the
same ticket, called on us lust
Saturday. Trey are both nice
appearing gentlemen and will be a
credit to the county if elected.
S. M. Garland is becoming quite
popular throughout the county.
IThe populist paper pays him a
deserved compliment. He sUnds
high at home. He can be trusted
to look after the interested of Linn
county, if elected to the judgeship.
A vote for Garland will be a vote
for economy and good government.
Prop. C. F. Bigbee, of Sweet
Home, is a gentleman in every
respect and has had much exper
ience in the school room, and if
elected to the office of school
superintendent, will visit every
school in the county, and will con
duct the superintendent's office
satisfactorily to every one.
J. S. Smith, the populist nominee
for legislature, is making a eood
canvass and we believe will get a
large vote in June. We believe
Mr. Smith will make a good repre
sentative and hope he will be
Mr. Archibald, the democratic
nominee for clerk, is well spoken
of by all men. He is a thorough
man whose word is his bond, and ana competent business man, well
a man wno endorses every word of Haaunea 10 ml lne omce ne seeks
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BUCKWKLk'a DURHAM TOBACCO COM CAN V.
DURHAM, N. C
Vou are entitled to racelva
f REE tram your wholesale dMler,
WHITE STAR SOAP with all
Tobacco you buy. One bar
of aoap Free with aach pound,
whether 16 ox,, 8 ox., 4 ox or
a ox., packages.
W have notified ovary whole
sale dealer in the United State
that we will supply them with soap
to give you FREE. Order good
' supply ot ammt DURHAM at
once, and Insist on getting your
soap. One barof Soap FREE with
otu.u iruutiw yuii miy. aoap IS
offered for a limited time, so order
to-day. Voura very truly,
If fu km any affllcaKy In pfocartngjraar
1 wi urn nim ana aana it WHO
Wf ardar to 70W whakaala iWator.
Victors Are Best.
Victor Non Puncturable Tire, No. 103, is the lightest
running wheel on earth. The beat is the cheapest in the
end. Largest stock of second-hand wheels on the coast.
Everything as represented. Write for list.
Headquarters for Bundries and athletic goods, 130 Sixth
Street and 311 Alder Street, Portland, Oregon.
OVERMAN WHEEL COMPANY.
W. B. Reman, Manager.
H. Y. Kirkpatrick,
Local Agent, Lebanon, Oregon.
Mb. Green Morris is a deserv
ing young man and has run the
treasurer's office in a first-class
manner. We recognize merit in a
man, regardless of politics.
Mb. Potter, democratic nominee
for commissioner, is a successful
farmer. His farm is beautifully
kept, and he will keep the county
aflairs in like condition.
Even republican candidates for
representative do not try to defend
the last legislature) but they sav
they will do better.
The democratic party of this
county is in favor of the re-enact
ment of the mortgage tax law.
Vote for Henry Blakely for
sheriff, it will be a vote in the right
You can buy a nice, larva arm. hnml
carved rocker of tbe Albany Furniture
Company for 2.6o.
Five thousand roll. IROfl .u,),nt
wan paper coeap for cash at Albany
Furniture Co., Albany, Oregon.
Go to the City Bakery and Grocery
for your bread, cakes. Dies and erocer.
les. They alwavi carry the hrt
Are you looking for an eiuracemeru
or wedding ring? French the jeweler,
Albany, has some handsome ones.
Get you a new pair of shoes aulck.
while they still have a Brood aiwirt.
ment left at Bead, Peacock & Co.'s.
Columbia bicycles are fully suaran-
teed. Yon see them everywhere,
PrlcellOOtoall alike. N.W.Smith.
Money to loan. A limited amount
of money to loan on good farm secur
ity, call upon or write to 8. N.
Steele Co., Albany, Oregon.
Call and see the new natternanf
wall paper at Dalirleish A Rw.n,tt.
They have some elegantstylea at about
half the price of last year,
Htraw hats! straw hate!! from R tn 1
60oat the Racket Store. Lacecurtaiite
70 cte., $1, aud 91.25 Dernalr. VAvht
pools of best thread for 25c, 8 for 10c.
Get our prices and aualftv of atonic
before buying your irrocerlefl. hnnt :
shoes or gents furnishing goods else-
tviierv. HIIOH Ml Mitkarv i
When In need of men' trinvoa I
the Backet Store, where they have a
large assortment and sell them for (he
lowsst possibU atjb prlosi from-Mo up
Notice is hereby given, that, by an order of the
Coanty Court of Linn comity, Oregou, tlw auder
lfrned has been duly appointed, aud now is, the
duly qualified and acting Executor of the estate
of John Settle, decerned. Alt parties bavin?
claims against said estate arc hereby required to
present the same, property verified, witliin tlx
months from the 2Mb day of February, 196, the
date of the rim publication hereof, to tbe under
signed at the office of Ham'IM. Garland, Leb
anon, Linn county, Oregon.
J. M. Settle, Executor,
Sih'l M, Gjiblaud, Atty. for Executor.
Notloe of Final Aonount.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed administratrix of the estate of W. A.
Bishop, deceased, has tiled tier tinal ac
count in the abovediameii estate, with the
county clerk of tbe county of Mnn, Oregon,
and the county court has lixed Tuesday,
the 2d day of June, 1880, at 1 o'clock p. M.,
at the county court room, at Albany, Linn
county, Oregon, a the time and place for
hearing objections, if any, to said account
arid the settlement of said estate.
Hannah H. Bishop,
Administratrix Estate W. A. Bishop,
Bau'i M. Oakland, Attorney for Adm'x.
Oliver JL Plows
Extras and Repairs
Go to HOPKINH UltOH.
Succeuora to Kiiapp, BurrelL & Company.
Sole Aitenta Kor pon ,, "HIM,
Oliver Chilled Plows, GaiCe HI K,
Harrows, Drills, dc. Alliuny, Or.
For Sale at
Knife or Operation.
Treatment Absolutely Painless
From Threo to Six Weeks.
WRITE FOR TERMS
THE0. E MILLER CO.
Qmctz', Koorr.1 7-M-707, llarquam Building,
Notice of mule.
In the County Court of the State of Oregon
for Linn Comity.
In the Matter of the Estate
Alonzo Ames, deceased.
Notice is hereby given, that, by authority
of an order issued out of the above-entitled
court, in the aboveeutltled cause, on April
the 8th, 1890, 1, as administratrix of the
above-named estate, will, on the 10th day
of May, 1891!, at the hour of two o'clock r.
h., of said day, at the premises, sell at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder for cash in
hand the following-described real property,
Beginning in the north-east quarter of
Section 31, Tp. 13 8., U. 1 E., Will. Mer..
(221) two hundred and twenty-three feet
west of the south-east corner of Lowell
Ames, Jr., Donation Land Claim, Not. No.
7018, and Claim No. 47, in said Tp., and
running thence west 51 feet; thence south,
10 degrees east, 690-100 chains; thence
north, 74 degrees east, 60 feet; thence north,
10 degrees west, direct to the place of be
ginning, containing acre, more or less,
situated in Linn County, Oregon ; and
Also beginning 71 feet north, 80 degrees
E., of the south-west comer of a piece of
laud sold and conveyed unto M. O, Moss
by Hugh Harris, and running thence N.,
80 degrees K., 70 feet; thence N., 10 degrees
W., 126 feet; thence 8., 80 degrees W 70
feet; thence B., 10 degrees E 125 feet to the
place of beginning, containing acre more
or less, all situate in Section 32, Tp. 13 8.,
K. 1. E., Will. Mer,, in Linn County, Ore
gon. Sale to be in Sweet Home, Linn county,
Oregon, on the premises.
Hkntrr Ann Ahks,
Administratrix of Alunao Ames, dee'd.
Sam'i,. M. Oahu.ii),
Att'y for Administratrix.
Attention! . .
If you want
A Big White Loaf
... Lebanon Flour
Every Sack Guaranteed ,
For sale by all the lead
ing grocers of the city.
Call for it.
80 Gents per Sack
and the Best,
My Closing Out Sale
Boots and Shoes, and Dry Goods
la still going on. Come while those
STARING YOU IN THE FACE.
I want to call your attention to my
mi . . . . -i mi i i i
j nai nas just arrived. j.ne suns are uoauuus uuu iinm
away down. GOOD MEN'S SUITS for
$4.50, $5.50, $7.00, $9.00.
The $9.00 suits are equal to many that you buy from
other places and pay $10.00 or $12.00. You are bound to
save money by buying from me.
Lebanon, - - Oregon
Nothing succeeds like ty. The principal aim of our
life in business is to study the wants of our customers which
is the principle of success in business. We have the largest
and best selected stock in our line ever bro ught to this city
and at prices never before made in Lebanon,
Below is a partial list of what we carry in stock:
READ IT CAREFULLY.
Whll paper and window shades,
enrpots and mattings, linoleums
and oil cloth, curtain polos, mould
ing and picture frames, commute
stock of furniture, washing ma
chines, tubs, and buckots, Masury's
pure paints, guaranteed the best in
the market, stains and varnishes.
lead and oil, all kinds of brushes,
windows, doors and glass, hard
ware, stovos and tinware, pumps
and pipe, Myres force and spray
pumps, plows, cultivators and har
rows, inoworB, bindors and rakes,
wool sacks and bindingtwine, seeds
of all kinds, plain and barbed wire.
Yours for Business,
Dalgleish & Everett.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Shoes . and Notions.
Having again opened up a general merchandise store In Lebanon,,
I respectfully solicit the patronage of my friends and former customers,
and the public in general.
Terms strictly cash or produce.