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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 12 August 1897

i bii it i (i lit. I, mti, ). 'at tr life 1. ll'Oi i. lab or NATIONAL PARKS. Spots Which Adorn Uncl Fnni'a 1'omnlii. to !r'alll nun .uut-Kiiiiir: V .., t,i tli- cure of the federal : ,ont lms iriven rise t) jjeuera! I fiction, imlciieiideiit of the ltK-nl iiliratiuu with which the State of IlMgiu n-limiuislies a tusk Assumed 1, yt,u.s ngu apparently without I, A. i. the cost. There is no tiner ft fi! demesne in the United Stntes I the park on Mackinac island and L.hnt is deservini; of more careful Lmilion not alone for its historic. r . ..... i I. .l..ll,.l. .,...1 In. Gallons wii ioi ii"- " " ntiou of visitors in all the years of future. atlotuil parks have their uses aside u tlie purely aesthetic or even from utilitarian conception of what the iibiliuieut of out fort .uacKiunc fclit menu In case of another dispute ill Canada or lireat Britain. They valuable as lending to shut out isomil or private ugsruiuIisseiiMUit on Iritory that liy common consent Lid be reserved as the propert...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 12 August 1897

THE OREGON HEN. We have read of Maud on a sum mer day, who raked barefooted, the new mown hay; we have heard of the maid in the early morn who milked the cow with the crumpled horn; and we've read the lays the poets sing, of the rustling corn and the flowers of spring; but of all the lays of tongue or pen, there's naught like the lay of the Oregon hen. Long long before Maud rakes her hay, the Oregon hen begun to lay, and ere the milk maid stirs a peg the hen is up and has dropped an egg; the corn must rustle and flowers spring, if they hold their own with the barnyard ring. If Maud is needing a hat or gown, she doesn't hustle her hay to town; she goes to the store and obtains her suit with a basket of fresh hen fruif ; if the milkmaid's Ixnu makes a Sunday call she doesn't feed him on milk at all; but works up eggs in a custard pie and stuffs him full of ch'cken fry; and when the old man wants a horn, does he take the druggist a load of corn? Not much! He simply robs a nest and to t...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 12 August 1897

? M0 onflow of Science. ,US ImTToNSI ION IAN UK York hrmlt and Scientist I ,w offrr lo our lSenr. ISlitlifW" discovery of a re,,, f . , (r Consumption (I'ul- trelosls) and all bronchial, throat Notice of Sheriff's Sale. THE EXPERT HATTER. The p-reat cold minpe VOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEX THAT I!Y Yll.. 1 :.. ... J """" ' lue ano authority of an exccuti,,,, i,,,,, . U11: tonaiKe region areas . C;g!o comparison with the i pflZTtit Z', ' Sld mi"es the trust magnates of Tlle de,ailed reV of the county day of July, 18, a iuit therein ill the i 1 "l IS "l J'Pt maile a Pbl,c est diseases, stubborn coughs, ca- .i...tlo anfl WAnb. 4,0ns, sen""' '"'""" " J,.h and all conditions of wasting irtTIIKKEFRKK BUTTLES all Sew Discoveries to any atllict- COUKTY LEADEIl Wm- St Sew Uisrmire Lincoln Count - .ioie Treatmei Lientllic Treatment" has cured y-nnanently by its time. use, uu . ,, nimnle professional duty to i a,nlty to donate a trial of his in- liy develops new wonders, and this I.', n.ilMitlv exiie...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 12 August 1897

Lincoln County Leader J. F. 8TKWAKT. Y ulillsher. TOLEDO OREGON Comprehensive Review of tbe Important Happenings of the Fait Week Culled From the Telegraphlo Column!. The natives of New (Guinea ure mur dering Australian miners. Federal and stato authorities art again in a tangle in Kansas and a olasb is expected. The corn crop in Kansas is now said to be damaged 50 per cent by the pre vailing hot weather. Senators Quay and Morgan are to go to the Sandwich Islands to post them selves on the country and its possibil ities. The internal revenue office has issued orders to local collectors to seize tobacco prize packages under the provision ol tne new tan It law. Over 100 tramps and harvesters took possession of a freight train on the Northwestern line, near Omaha, Neb. The train was sidetracked, and the sheriff and police were called upon for assistance. After an hour's delay the tramps were dislodged. The sheriff had a desperate fight in trying to jail the men, hut was successful. The...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 12 August 1897

SEVEN WIVES CLAIM HIM. hi. Resume of Events in the Northwest. CNCE OF STEADY GROWTH ' . , Gathered ln A!1 th" Town ' ),r Nelfhborlnf States-Improve-,t!ioted In All Industries-Oregon. large cougar, measuring 6 feet , n tip to tip, was killed near Alsea ; ; week. 'he Oregon Press Association will ,. tin Baker City on October 10, 17 118. Mite a number of the Umatilla In ns are in the Grund Ronde valley, in ion county, digging camas. ost outside of the town of Athena a , ,i ni 25 acres of wheat has just been :X,tl. and the yield was 52 bushels Sthe acre. ilie salary of the principal of the ieburg soliool nas neeii reuuteu 10 land the uwler-teactiers tof.ri.ou i janitor's salary was cut down to I from $30. Lost week a piece of bridge timber jfeet long and 40 inches in diameter LcutatSaldun's logging camp, near .skanie, (or the Astoria & Columbia jver railroad. I hi the custom house in Astoria one rlast week $1,200 duty on coal was J under the new tariff, or $300 more ,n would have be...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 12 August 1897

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. K. STKWAKT.Killtur anil Proprietor. I'uhltahed every Tbunulay ut Toledo, Mnco'n County, OreKoii. Subscription Kates: One year, - - - $1.50 Six months, ... .75 Three months, - .50 Entered at the postortli-e at Tole'lo, nregnu, ns second-clasH mull mtitler. Advertising rates made known on application Hushies lo wig will be inserted in there uoi iimmat live rents per line perweek, ami will be run until or. lured discontinued. Every postmaster in Lincoln county 1b authoriz ed to ant a? agent ior the LKAftEU. Official County Paper. LOCAL NOTES "Pride of Japan" tea at Gowell's. Chattel mortgages for sale at this office. All popular brands of goods at Gowell's. Mr. A. B. Clark of Elk City, was in Toledo. Ladies' Ox Blood Oxfords only $1.50 at O'Brien's. Best Outing Flannels 10 cents per yard at O'Brien's. All the latest colorings in Gents' fancy shirts at O'Brien's. Mrs. B. Gaither visited in this city for a lew days this week. Somebody make a motion to make it un...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 19 August 1897

' Jmc$h mmitf Reader. -ff Neutral-la Mothaj "'"eV- Toled-Llncoln C""tv-Ogon, ThdTAugust ,n i nrnvrrORY. I r . iarowwuNTi. ntor limitative, f)nJ6 "tperintendent Tol. Carter E. K. Lake J. O. Steania B. K. Jones George Lamlis J. L. Hvde 8. ti. Irvin Z. M. Derrick !' . . Hurley Lutz T. M. Coombs I . . elms. Williams loners j . . F.A.Godwin CommMoiters Court meets on Wed i .Iter the first Monday in February, )m, August, October and December. jClKCl'lT COURT. ' r Fullerton, Judge Kiel ProB- At,or,it,y fODTCnes oo 4th Monday in July and jonday in January of each year. CITY OF TOLEDO. .. . mold,.. ,'jno,... ,ell,... hitson.. Mayor ..I'.ecort'cr ...Marshal Aldermen Mush wrsoll, 1 il meets on tho first Monday evening In i.utn. TOLEDO PRECINCT. J. A. nail J. G.AHree nl the Peace NEWPORT. n( the Peace Geo. Y. Sylvester ,let . ii. iTuicnneiu YAQUINA. ,'ihA Peace J. S. Booth , W. L. Watkins ELK CITY. ,.fth Peace A. n. Clark ale, Alex Burkhalter LITTLE ELK. nllhe Peace Chas. Henderson jMe o. Derri...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 19 August 1897

"l i' n Thirty-one years ago the town of iMckson, Ti'im., was u village of elev en houses, with a population of thlrty sevcn whites and fourteen negroes. It was Just such n hamlet as can yet lie found along the rapidly extending branch lines of t lie Louisville and Nashville Knilroad system; rough board houses, rail fences around small garden spots, nu NxlL dcwt and post office and tin- inevitable tavern a lug structure containing two rooms mid an atiii-. presided over by Old Squire Jim Iickson, whose wife furnished ac commodations to the few travelers who by chance ciiine that way. "Squire .fini." as he Is yet called, was the origi nal settler, the lending man of the set tlemeiit, and dealt out such Justice and legal opinions as were necessary for the maintenance of the pence of the village he had founded and which was named lor him. Three times a week n train would 'ome out from Nashville, forty miles east of Dickson, and go down tin1 crooked tracks of the Nashville, Clint. lanoog...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 19 August 1897

t-p-rita i"" . . hr. Cnlniettt', who hum ihihik u wiuujr tlie treatment of siinhe-iiitps witn .imlllllUS KPt'lUll. llllS llltl'l.V dUl'OV- L, contrary llls Hrst "Pinion, that L'mmis snakes and otlier reptiles are it proof iiRitiust serpent venom. A Lb lawr quantity of the poison is, Ivever. required to kill tliein tlmu to jl otlieruainials.. tm AI I J r a rnvlt'inindllin. HmoiiK the industries supplied with rtctrlc power hy Niagara talis is the iuufaeture of nirlioniiiiimri crystals. lose are formed by the reduction in trie furnaces of a inlxtnw of sand. L. suit uud sawdust. The beautiful he crystals are afterward crushed winder, which Is used as an n bra in?, like emery or corundum. Carbor- ilum Is remarkable for its hardness, which property It almost, If not file, equals the diamond. The Peatructlon of Pndnm. An attempt to jtlve a scientific ne- Jiint of the destruction of Sodom and imorrah lias been made by Dr. C. lirner, of Vienna. A study of the pe- iliurlties of the Dead Sea b...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 19 August 1897

Inders UNCLE SAIYS BIG GUNS. Uncle Sam, says the Oregonian, is not giving away nor otherwise disposing oi information concerning his new coast defenses, and the fortification at Fort Stevens are not excepted from this rule. But it is generally known that at least three big guns, of the latest and most approved type, and provided with disappearing carriages, have been added to the battery there. No more definite information is as yet . obtainable about them, but it is pretty certain that they would be able to discourage the approach of bigger craft than a Columbia fishing fleet. They are probably of 12 inch caliber, and equipped with dis appearing carriage, the great feature of the imnriwptTient in modern coast defense or other fortification science. The modern ra-inch gun is con structed of a tube of nickle-steel, enveloped from end to end by four steel hoops. The enlargement of the gun toward the base is greatly increased by the "jacket," an outer hoop, very thich and power ful, to...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 19 August 1897

i;s. 1I1(lers of Science. ?fisKr IAS BE I uitru. , Vork th"ll mi Krlmtlst IS Xe York e'enl't' ' 1. rating bin dlw-overy of a reli : u Cu-umptlon (Pul f Randall bronchial, throat, Ll,-, rt""'"' c"uh"' c" uu K.nersi " ' " a .11 -nnilltions of wasting rmirFK FKEE 1I0TTI.ES all ?" ,.i.vrV I B IK11 Writ- Ml ltM OL. ntllic Treatment" ta cured luient'ybylM timely use, and . .....f..LBl.Mial flntv tit ,i Hiapie tui.-..-. ------ juiij-todunateairiaioi ui n.- de,elo new wonders, and this ...tantlv experimenting for d'ueed remit as beneficial as ran : m,lnrn renins. His asser- nvij " , i, troubles ana confumimoii ro I-ritmate In proven by "heartfelt Jiiuile," tiled in his American and f raiories in thousands from those lertsofthe world. 2 4rtiruno'de that bronchial, cheat in Ied to Consumption, wnicn, Li mnssDcedy and certain. LL'toT.A.Slooum,M.C., 98 Pino iiiiftia"1-' th tree medicine w ill be prom pt- lercrs should take Instant advun- wirruu" proixislticn. tee Doctor tl.at you saw J.u oner l...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 19 August 1897

Lincoln County Leader J. F. HTKWAKT. I'ubll.her. TOLEDO. .ORKGOX Comprehensive Review of the Important Happening! of the Past Week Culled From the Telegraphlo Columns. A woman's Klondike syndicate has been organized in New York city. The transatlantic liner St. Paul hai again lowered her record across the ocean. Mrs. C. A. Shurte and her two chil dren were suffocated by smoke in their home at Arlington, Or. Word has been received in New York from Calcutta that the Indian relief ex pedition which left Ban Francisco last June, has arrived safely. The cargo, it is said, will be more acceptable even than expected. A wind, rain and hailstom which passed over Northern Wisconsin did more than $100,000 damage to the to bacco farmers on Coon prairie, the heart of the growing section of the county. Fully four-fifths of the crop is destroyed. A rich gold find is reported from the Sparta distriot in Union county, Ore gon. The find has caused no little ex citement, and it big amount of quarts ha...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 19 August 1897

tup,, Nit,, n lb rTTurn nu nir niinnun I . first ELonn cum i 1 yuiuiii-" ui ,"" lily Two Hundred of Wey- lers Men ten. URGENT LOSS WAS SMALL iROv Aerate Ineffectual Attempts and Kill u.re Mail il't" on, ,l cptl"-ie,,e1"1. taw York, Aug. 10. A special to Herald from Havana via Jey n est :; Further details have been re jrl of the battle near Aguacate, iich is near the Matanzas line. The filing. It was rupiuicu, wuo iu itanzns province, uui u waa gum, on side There is no doubt of the re- It of the battle, however, and a con- vative estimate places tno nuniDer 01 nnisli killed at 200, while the rebel mrativelv trifling. ' I preparations for General Weyler's ar f .: ut t!ic pa!a" wore mmln on Mon- lc't LsM. He left Matanzas on Sunday v field. HO luiL imiminfua imi uummy J reached Aguacate the next day. ijuas there that a rumor came that he is wounded in the big fight near ere, but the statement has proved to false. The excitement in Havana is intense, ie uncertainty regarding the new iui...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 19 August 1897

-A i i M r ! ; ! : I '11 4 LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. i. K.8TKWABT.Kdltord Hroprlttor. Published every Thursday at Toledo, Lliico'u County, OreKou. Subscription Rates: One year, ... $1.5 Six months, -75 Three months, - - .5 Entered at the nostullioe at Toledo, Oregon, Beeond-(lnii mull matter. Advertising rates made known 011 application D.,ai..uaB i..1ui urltl Iia itiKfirted ill these vol umns at five cents ir line per week, and will be run until omereu mnwuuuueu. Every postmaster In Lincoln county Is authoriz eu to act ae aaein iui mo l. Official County Paper. LOCAL NOTES The trade center Gowell's. 'Pride of Japan" tea at Gowell's. Chattel mortgages for sale at this office. The launch Mascotte was down from Elk City Tuesday. All the latest colorings in Gents' fancy shirts at O'Brien's. Some of our fishermen are making good catches of sea trout these days. The new store building of Henry Lewis, ou Hill Street, is enclosed and will soon be ready for occupan cy. The Labor Exchange is org...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 26 August 1897

i I1J t-s lit 1 I 1 f t-JT T" -i -i T T i : r.J-jr r -L-L i Volume V. things, DIRECTORY. LMIVLN COUNTY. r,viator S.renemaiivo, udge Seriff - " J5S 'superintendent kroner .mmisJlunera J Tol. Carter E. K. Lake J. O. Stearns B. F. Jones George Landis J. L. Hvdc 8. O. Irvin Z. M. Derrick Hurley Lutz T. M. Coombs Chus. Williams F. A. Godwin nntv Commissioners Court meets on Wert iav after the llrst Monday in February, CIRCUIT COUKT. ,,n. J. C. Fullerton Judge g yftte8 1'ros. Attorney onrt convenes on 4th Monday in July aud irth Monday in January of each year. uu i 01" TOLEDO. I F.Jcme? i, -Mtti'or F.Stewart Recorder i A. Arnold, : .........Marshal .11. Urnmo,..! ) 1 L (lowell I '.LTIllouon I Aldermen M. Starr, I ester M'angh, ,. T. Peterson J I'ouncll meets on the first Jtimday evening in iaiji month. TOLEDO PRKCINCT. utlrt olihe Peace '. , ,.' J. A. Hall .initabliJ' : !" - J. C.Altree .- NEWPORT. Ktlteof the Peace Oeo. F. Sylvester lsul,lit.; W. H. Crutchfleld ;'T.mns a:; ,:. isiIeenl't...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 26 August 1897

THICK BIKE RIDING. TWO CLEVER AMERICANS PER FORMING IN LONDON. Hii'.lnu with the Front Wheel iT Oimhliii; Through the Dlumoiid Frame Vuiilting from )ne I'cilul to A nut hei Ken ii It of I'utieu t Practice. Mmterjr Over the Wheel. There nrc mail) mtn uuil women who plve exhibitions nf "fancy" bicycle il 1 - lng, but the palm belong to .Mr. mill M r s . Vnhlaro, Iiosp perform ances have never been rivalled, either In this o it n try o r uhrond. Thi' inaeliilies they use are of average weight, mill similar iu appearance to thoiisanils or the .Mr. V n 1 il a r u Aiiierieaii bikes. eoiiiiuetieeil his cycling career in 1SH on an old-1 fashioned high ' maehitie. lie was then 14 .veal's old, ami used to ride ; I li r o u g h the streets of Denver, Col., from his home to seliool on one wheel, hav- KrKKIUNO WITH FKKT. I n g dlsiiensed Willi the other as sunerlluous. The manager of sumo traveling circus I noticed the boy anil tiersiiailed him to I join bis troupe. On I lie old hlh ma diines. h...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 26 August 1897

100 ,7 AH, or your share of it, if you find the rd. mUsin? wor Schillings Best tea is not only pure but it $t-f because it is fresh-roasted. What is the missing word ? Get Schilling's Best tea at your grocer's; take out the Yellow Ticke. (there is one in every package); send it with your guess to address below before August 31st. One word allowed for each yellow ticket. If only one person finds the word, he gets one thousand dollars. If several find it, the money will be divided equally among them. Every one sending a yellow ticket will get a set of cardboard creeping babies at the end of the contest. Those sending three or more in one envelope wiil receive a liidiuimg lSyo calendar, 110 advertisement on it. Besides this thousand dollars, we will pay $150 each to the two persons who send in the largest number of yellow tickets in one envelope between June 15 and the end of the contest August 31st. Cut this out. You won't see it again. B8 Address: SCHILLING'S BEST TEA SAN FRANCISCO. ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 26 August 1897

Special bargains at Gowell's. Gowell buys and sells everything on a cash basis. Ed. Bryan, of Philomath, was in Toledo this week. Don't make a mistake Gowell's is the place. On the water front J. F. Stewart and family returned Sunday from a week's camping at Otter rock. Gowell's has been officially de clared the best place to trade ver dict of the people. J. H. McMurray and family and Mrs. L. Waugh and family were Saturday and Suuday visitors at Ot ter rock. Mrs. C. G. Copeland and family returned from Newporf, where they have been camping for the pasl month, last Monday. Role Chambers went down to Newport last night and will wait on tables at the Sullivan & Wil liams restaurant for a time. L. Waugh has a force of men putting up a new barn on his resi dence property here. Jack Allphin is the head mechanic on on the job. The cannery at Kernville is run ning, the run of chinook now being on. The chinook run this year promises to be much better iu the Siletz than it was last. When ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 26 August 1897

IC ES. S, hrj All DRUM '.rtlrJ Um f Science. J (IBBlt. . ... ' Tori U""M " SclentUt !L WW to our Headers. SSSrVork chemist T. A, Sn.nl. diseoveryqfarel f tor Consumption (Pul t , :ndU bronchial, .hn,af, txuu, rttibhorn coughs, a .enersl decline and weak V .nd all conditions of wasting "n nfi.- BdTTI.KS Tall iye Discoveries IJSCOUV COUNTT Wl".- - V'Treatment" has cured ..i h its timely use, and , (irople professional duty to nltytodonateatrialof his in- ijetelops new wonders, and this 1 ...itiu exnerimentlng lor ..a ...,,11 as beneficial as can f..rii irenlus. His asser- jtraublei and consumption are Sdimate 1b proven by "heartfelt Lde," filed in his American and JMtqries 111 inouMuiu. ........ ... ihn world. Jrticoncede that bronchial, chest Uleslead toumsumimon. .ti sneedy and certain. t i slncum. M. C US l ine !W." ' rfvini Dostofllce and express it.f medicine will be prompt- Ln should take instaut advan- iereus proposition, e Doctor that you saw his offer Jmoiwty Leiueii. HillUI ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 26 August 1897

Lincoln County Leader j J. K. HIKWAICT. PuhlUlior. TOLEDO. .OREGON llIEIISOFIOm OompreheniilTe Review of the Important Happenings of the Patt Week Culled rrom the Telegraphic Columns. David Q. Swaim, United States army, retired, judge-advocate general, died in Washington, D. C. , aged 63, of Bright's disease. The twenty-third annual session of the American Bakers' Association con vened in Detroit, Mich. About S00 delegates were present. Two $1,000 counterfeit notes were presented to the treasury department for redemption. They were made over 80 years ago and are clever imitations of the originals. By a decision of Acting Secretary Ryan, of the interior department, ih decision being prepared by Assistant Attorney-General Vanderventer, it hag been settled that any person oan take 160 acres of land, and if the person has heretofore taken any part of the 100 acres, he or she is entitled to make up the full amount. Railroad officials in St. Joseph report that there is danger of a car fam...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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