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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 4 January 1898

Y OF THE DOCTOR fcnON (AS TO WHAT HE !,t tliat Physicians Are Grently .edljiu" ly i:iiHcriipiilouB l'cu--ay from -3 ltr t'cnt. of V Work Is Uuiiutctl. Liuht Calls Often Needless. istiuil ot wnsim-nune nneresi uunlU-al iirofi'ssion is coiiiini; up iar,'P cities ns to tho rules that south miscellaneous night Some iihysieiiins, while not np ;a diK'tur in lie;irtlessly wvin . fee In tile baltmrt with ;i li li fe, Ware that doctors are im iKin so often ilay anil nijiht by ilile to pay for his services, but to ilo so, that he Is justllloil in . ur::eil ilyin,' ar r x - - t llMES OIT I.V TUH STOHM. .in; his personal desires ami : Mure answering i call. Sj uf a liliysician's work Is prac- clurlty, they say, that he Is at ! tou.-e the same prudence about Alii" the work offered him by t'TS tliat any otlier professional Other physicians assert ally that every reputable iloe- I answer any call, tliat It is part kelijiiou to he ever ready to suc- afflicted nwlnjr to the peculiar of iiis professi...

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. — 4 January 1898

m V i LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. . K.STKWAHT.Kdltorand Proprietor. Subscription Hates: One year, - - - $1.50 Yaq. Bay Merc. Co Three months, - - To make room Gowell goons at cut prices. Entered at the poMollii'e at Toledo, Oregon, as epoiui-BiH mail matter. Fleeced underwear, without fleas ... , . at the Yaq. Bay Merc. Co. Advertising rates made known oil application , a ova ocotia beal shoes tor men and women at Gowell's. T. V. Gorman, the Yantitna nipr. It pays to trade at Gowell's. J BORN. 1 O. G. Dalaba was down from XVEITM0E. To the family of O. '' Klk Pitv tnrlnv ! .t. . r . i ' . . .... ...... . 1 iveiiniue, 01 tuis cny, Whole souled holiday shoes at on Dececmber 31, BuslnesH lomlB will be inserted lu these col umns at live cents per lino per week, und will be run until ordered discontinued. New Years Eve, iSn7. a danirhter. j - o ; Mr. Tveitmoe and familvareto1 is selling ! . . , . ', 1 and appropriate New Year's gift, j ; w. oorman, tne Yaaui Kvery postmaBterin Lincoln conntvls...

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. — 7 January 1898

4Mm.a f r w i w w r- vtr u. ki - mm i wm n tu aa h bw km j mkv i car m m bw mm r mm c i ij iw i 1 t tti(ii ITS. lev :!: OHTf' tro- -sw 1 ffl mis NEWS. lcLepencient WBRKLY and semi-weekly. WsgssssaJ iuiuiiiv in fin : 1 a , county, Oreeon. Fridau lan..,rU , .ami M.tr w - j-MMMi j , iwyw. numoer 40. 1 3 things Are necessary to sell goods. st, the stock: 'e have it, Comp'.ee in every dcUil, You can get what you want. hnd, the price: If a reasonable price for good quality is what you want we can suit you. ird, the quality; Our goods are all of standard brands and makes. at high prices. No cheap brands OWELL'S, Toledo, Oregon. Th Trade Center of Lincoln County. ry Goods I received a larsre Stock of Fall nnd Winter Dry Goods on the last steamer Call and look at them. ubber Goods I have all kinds, Coats, Capes, Boots, Hats, Shoes, etc. Can tit a man up for the wettest day of Winter. am rocenes My stock is complete and my prices are as low as the lowest. H. LEWIS, TOLEDO. Railroad Engineer 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. — 7 January 1898

'; . i . mi r. l ' i: k 4 , ,1 '. I I. I ' , ' ' ,;:r 1:1 I -Ho ; .. V Ii f if i It ! ! MIDNIGHT. Tho time the sum mer of 1S79. I'nnic rci(Tiiotl in the lit tie city on tlie gulf const. Euti;ii-tllc r.inrc v!M '"M terrible than Hint of frightened cattle possessed the people. A stnniec!e more desernte thnn Unit of some thirteen years before when the citizens fled mndly away to the for ests anil cities of the East to escape the rush of the conquering Yankees. From down the coast had conic the dread tid ings of the invasion of "Yellow Jack." Here was an enemy which they knew from horrid experience snared not. Neith er man, woman nor child could hope to escape from his Iron grasp if once he se cured a firm hold on the town. For several days there hud been sub dued terror pervading the community. Away at Mobile, Seranton, Pensacoht and other const towns they knew the Hag of pestilence was hanging ngainst the llag stnff. They knew that it win hut n ques tion of a few short hours when the ...

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. — 7 January 1898

nerlifl ro the 'k home ,fl D. n!d tot 1 Hi then rrur. ion soil for e night iad just 1,1 garb, wt car( ae Jot I M ndfore, 'J Mr Thn 11 1 int ake nt him oat here? J (or it lorninj, nvemt ; tot i dotti 1 of lift Oh, the i I am i. Ym, neglitj r dawn- t Eft- Joomeil flight olher etemil vailed real to meter to onto on the onsof nil in I imeat, I lt-COD-1 ites il hln Id es the I ilause.l I lottjl which! i rath-1 rlduall ontin-l and! itont-l tot ffhlcs his i)i ldo all 1 of S . river II u ill nil Il:inrt "jlfbcrul Slice of the Empire. . .'J'li, Dee. 8,- 11 ia ri'I,nrtei1 !t the ilinirul of tho French l','.''s hoisted the French flag on ' jsiuiid. The Chinese offered usition. if The Confirmed. ,0n, Dec- 31. A dispatcn to tlia cimiiinis tlie reporieu seiz- , Hainan isianu oy io n is off the south coast of China, larates the Gulf of Tonquin from China sea. It has nn estimated 1 12 000 square miles, and a pop 1 of 1,000,000 Chinese, exclusive tribes in the interior. sgRetel by England. don, Dec....

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. — 7 January 1898

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. V. STKWAUT.WItor and Proprietor. Subscription Kates: One year, ... $1.50 Six months. ... .75 Three months, Entered at the postollice si Toledo, Oregon, na BUUUU-VIUIM) U1UI1 uintivi. Note paper, pencils and tablets at 1 this office. I Hats, shoes snd rubbers are way down at TELLKFson's. . ELK CITY ITEMS. The tide ebbs and floods. T. O Mavs arrived from I A, KJ, jtiaja ... . . Underclothes, pants, and sweaters : Klondike lhe first 0f last week the r.e . Advertising rates made koowu ou application BuBlneHfllomla will be inserted in these col umns at five cents per line per week, and will oe run uum oruereu uibwuwuuou. Every postmaster In Lincoln county 1b authoriz ail tn ant n n o inn t in tVlA T.ffnVR Official County Paper. LOCAL NOTES Some elega nt children 's stationary at this office. A good tablet for 5 cents, a better one for 10 cents at this office. Robert Chambers, of Nashville, was in Toledo Wednesday. M. L. Trapp was down from his Chitwood farm last...

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. — 14 January 1898

Ilume V. 4 The nCR ' hi) mwant to eet ig flews. dbnmtt V V W 1- Independsnt WEEKLY AND SEMI-WEEKLY. jfl M H If you don't fl if SM Ithe leader! S V-WW 8J You don't get S C2S UHE NEws- 5 ilirigs, JSTe-u.tr'a,! in JSTotlning ti iz r yu0 uncoin tountvQreson, Friday, January 14, 1898. Number 1 COUNTY COURT IN SESSION A SURPRISE It is really a Surprise to ourselves as well rvers to see the amount of Goods rolled m daily at the Big: New Store. he Close, Cash, Cut, Bought right, Sold Jit Prices are getting in their work. stonisliingly low figures will be made 1 now till after the Holidays on CLOTHING and GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. THE BIGGEST ASSORTMENT OF BOOTS and SHOES. A Shattered Hertoas System. FINALLY HEART TROUBLE. Restored to Health by Or. Mllee Nenlna. Call and See What We can do for You. s TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. Yours For Business , ii ba? mm mm, TOLEDO: FJB. EDWARD n ARDY, the Jolly man- a user or fcbeppard Co a. great store at Tr il, ... .. .... . i-i.cv!vuie( in., writes: "i naa ...

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. — 14 January 1898

A FARMER FOR LOVE. I II E X Elliott H n j ni o n il bought a farm In Flint valley it was not be en use ho intend ed golngjuto ag riculture, or be cnuse lie want ed to be quoted ns "gentleman farmer" It was because lie had money ho didn't know what to do with. Hurrying down to the station one morning to eaten the train In order to Join the first meet of the Flint Valley Hunt Chili, lie run against his broker, who stopped him long enough to say: "(ireat Northeastern went up any number of points yesterday. We sold. I'll send you a cheek for $1,000 to-day." On the train Elliott had time to think over several business matters, among them the rise lu Northeastern. Four thousand was a small sum to Elliott Kayinond, but still lie didn't know what to do with It. Hanks were pay ing only H. General Metallic was away down. Heal estate was low, and It was still n problem whoirthe train stopped and he climbed onto Tom Harvey's coach beside Miss Cnrruth. In her so ciety lie forgot all about Northe...

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. — 14 January 1898

i:. ft ! II 1DV i ICX irrr .'oo i wiu i pu ll'. th. liuboo mmer. rgr & rnus. I or hs etther ' Event" 1 8 ,nn. and rl m. -L. Boone sr., I E J Burrows The following is the list of 200 J B Daly, ' names taken from the tax roll from B F Habn which the juries for the ensuing! W H Huntsucker ' year will be drawn; ; Geo Kjllg J. J. Bristow, Nashville, farmer ! John LewenWo,., .. ! J. W. Bryant' Wm. Baldwin, J. A. Curry, D F Felton, " Chas. Haruer, " John Hamer, " Emil Leibe AENeedhaui. " H H Paruent, Chas. Roher, Frank Slater, H W Stickle, Emil Tracksel, Fredr'k Waggoner, " I S H Dalaba, Big Elk, :; B F Grant, Milton k Hart, ' " WW January, John Mischler, " Dan Murphy, " S Rexford. " Albert Chitwood, Little Elk, EWDurkee, H N Foster, " WDutton, " LWHnnt, A B Hunt, Frank Hyde, " T F Lewis, C C McBride, A L McDonald, I J Pepin, " Lucius Plunkett, " MLTrapp, Dudley Trapp; M T Whitney, J E Wilson. Wm. Wilson, " J H Blair, Elk City, I Geo. Maloney, Allen Parker, Peter Shermev, Jas. Short, J...

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. — 14 January 1898

Lincoln Goanty Leader J. F. SIEWAIir, Fuhlliilier. TOLEDO OREGON Comprehensive Itevlew of tlio Important Happening of theFaat Week Culled From the Telegraphic Columns Tho eultan is negotiating for the building of a first-class armon.4 cruiser.. The steamer Concho lias arrived in New York from Havana with 908 hales of Cuban tobacco. The English engineers anotince that they have plenty of funds and intend to continue their strike. It is reported that the Afridis are assembling in trihal council, with a view to concluding peace. Eight of the principal buildings in Lebanon, Tenn., were destroyed by firo Thursday night, with a loss of 75,UOU. The death rate of Chicago for the year was 14 in the thousand, tho lowest recorded for any city of over 200,000 in habitants. The British bark Taymount, bound lrom Liverpool lor san J? rancisco, is now 224 days overdue, and her owners have given her up. John Williams, at Marseilles, O. , at tacked Mrs. Flint and cut her so badly with a knife that sh...

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. — 14 January 1898

MI YEAR'S GROP OUTLOQK Winter Wheat Promises a Bountiful Harvest. AHEAD OF LAST YEAR'S ACREAGE BMt Showing J" "nile by Pacific fount gtue4 Available Surplus 'Now on Hand. 315,000,000 lliiHhels. Kew York, Jan. 0. The special crop report of the New York Journal of Commerce and Commercial Bulletin Mvs: Final returns make the area of winter wheat 2(!,U(i3,000 acres, us com pared with 23,9110,000 acres harvested last year, an increase of 11.4 per cent. Tlio increase in California, Orogon and Washington is 4 5 per cent, the approximate acreage being 8,9(iJ,000, .. r..,int. !t. 789, 000 acres last year. There has been a material increaso in wheat seeiling in the Southern states, due to the low price of cotton. Favor able weather during December improved the condition of wheat. The present average is 87.8 per cent, as against 84.1 per cent last month. In the six prin cipal states east of the Rocky mountains tiie improvement has been more notice able. The condition in those states now is 84....

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. — 14 January 1898

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. K.STKWAKT.Kditorind Proprietor. Subscription Rates: One year, -Six months,' Three months, Entered at the postollice at Toledo, Oregon, an Dei-uuu-i:iHBn until UllUlWr. The trade center Gowell's. Note paper, pencils and tablets at ; this office. If you don't trade at Gowell's it's TO ENJOIN COUNYY TREASURER. Advertising rates made known on application Business losals will be inserted in these oi- uiuuB hi nve cents per line erweeKt and will be run until ordered discontinued. A Suit is Brought to Stop Payment Of County Warrants. The papers in an injuction suit have been siened and notice lias ueen served on me county ireasur- er, to enjoin and stop the payment j of five county warrants drawn upon j Every postmaster in Lincoln cnuntris umhoriz ed to act as anent for the Lbadeb. Official County Paper, LOCAL NOTES $1,501 your loss as well as his 75 j Hats, shoes and rubbers are way '"' 1 down at Tellefsoh's. Do you Hke first-class tea and j rr. 1 n I I the gener...

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. — 18 January 1898

LA J&jrfrt . - . , te'adThe Deader I If you want to & t-ITCO 111 get -'AJ lis WEEKLY AND SEMI-WEEKLY. CBI . JL I 1 Ifyou don,t 1 VstitLmtt ft PMIPV . iV-4 -w v r V V" V R) Youaon t get )K HD S THE NEWS, fe) .Volume V. ' ' n county, Oregon. Tuesday, January 18, 1898. in IsTotlning. A SURPRISE It is really a Surprise to ourselves as well tevers to see the amount of Goods rolled Big" New Store. The Close, Cash, Cut, Bought right, Sold jiit Prices are getting in their work. Astonishingly low figures will he made m now till after the Holidays on CLu THING and GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. A Shattered Nervous System. FINALLY HEART TROUBLE. Pectarsd to Health by Dr. Mllra' Nervine. r mm w fli BO THE BIGGEST ASSORTMENT OP TS und SHOES. Call a.id Se What VV can du for You. 0 TROUBLE TO . SHOW GOODS. Tl E- DWAKt) HA.ECY. the Jolly man is II ot SneP!?(J 0o'a- great store at Itnicorlltfl, I J., writes: "I had never tcfnsi;kafla In mf life until in J8t. I pot so bad with nervous prostration th...

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. — 18 January 1898

Lincoln Goanty Leader J. F. STKWAKT. P ubllsher. TOLEDO OREGON Comprehensive Iteview of the Important Happenings of the Past Week Culled From the Telegraphic Columns The controller of '4Jie currency has jeclared a dividend in favor of theFirst National bank of Helena, Mont., of 10 per cent. The Field Columbian museum at Uncago has put in a series of casta of Pueblo Indians, clad in garments pur ihased from Indians. County Judge J. H. Carpenter, of Madison, Wis., lias decided that a ihild cannot be legally adopted without soneent of both parents, if living. The Wostern Union Beef Company iias sold 8,000 head of steers off its Toxua lauuii tu Ciiuion Amlurson, of Wyoming, and will retire from busi ness. Ore assaying $652 in gold and $70 in lilver to the ton was discovered two I miles from Adams Springs, Lake coun ty, California, and the district is wildly excited. George Dobbs and Mrs. Emelie New, jointly indicted for the murder of the latter's husband at Eureka, Kan., have been convi...

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. — 18 January 1898

TheT RIUIV1PH OF AT LAST! (rent" 1 ulilc attention hns been called to a u of shlVtf triuie u" rarnra ou iu ooe aud Italy by ditscloMires wbk'h being made on the subject. The linKun rli Mil rut) w i r net CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED IN ANY CLIMATE. I SOLO INTO SLAVERY. Science ' 4t II- II LC II I , inis are uu ht frOlU Ult'lr lnit--iii iv fwuiuui-a lj' . . I. I,. -I...... e..,......!.... I forced W VtUia " ftiuoa nr In the central twin 01 trance. njerly large numbers of these chll- a were sold Into virtual slavery as "ars, when mult nations were prac "4 upon tliem to excite sympathy, musicians and as chimney sweet. 1st slave trade was suppressed, but L does not reacn tue present iorui. children bring rrom ltiu to loU ops ($-0 t0 nlul nre so'11 for a riod of three years. It Is so much ,.) found and a mown less to till, , peasants say. The contracts are f Wilted before a notary, and lie !a?e priest blesses the departing con r of little ones. There are no sta ics of the mortality anions th...

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. — 18 January 1898

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. f'. S I KH AHT.MIlur and I'roprirtnr. Subscription Kates: One year, - - - $1.50 bix mourns, .75 luree niontus, - - .io Kntered tit the postollice hi Toledo, Oie:ou. hh secoml-iiass mail matter. vlverttslng rates made known on application Business W( -nls will be inserted in these limns at five cents per line per week, titul will i be run until ordered discontinued. I Kvery postmaster in Lincoln county 1b authoriz ed to act as agent (or the Lkadkk. Official County Paper. Indian Agent Buford was over from Siletz vesterdav. I Gowell meets all competition even San Francisco and Portland. Wm. Hnos recieved a sample of j cotton grown near Lewisfon Idaho, 1 the other day which was sent to! lim by his brother, who resides j tpere. lhe sample is a lair speci man of cotton. There does not seem to he a fur- I ther dotibt but hat there is plenty : of food on the Klondike to last the ! winter throucrh. Secretary of war j Alger might call off his chocolate, I tapioca and...

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. — 21 January 1898

e . 7 lead The $j VjM WV J Af7V 4& ggeieggggg . WEEKLY AND SEMI-VEEKLY. 83SS33S3S3S8SS Indapondom ln, cUl things, IsJItl rrt Nothing. , , -- r ' Uncoln Count, Oregon- ftiday- J'nziLj" iisar- i JjlliALlUlll. n I TnIMniI.. 1 . 1 I -,. I lir. IVIIIAC' B1nr. "riHni bwuuj. THESE ARE TALKED OF. 11 - I 1 m 1 - vu, LISlOLJi COUNTY. tntor epresenUtlve, Judge- foirinteiiilent Tol. Carter E. R. Lake J. 0. Steams B. P. Jones George Landls J. L. Hyde 8. O. Irvin Z. M. Derrick Hurley l.utz T. M. Coombs Chas. Williams F. A. Godwin LoommMuncrs f 011rt meets on Wed- ue! Aujftist, October and December. aScl'lT COURT. C. fallfrton . . J ise Viite . ","""' Mimiieson 4tn Monaay injury ana )loiiily In J"uary of each year. CITY OF TOLEDO. Mayor . ..Recor.ler . ...Marshal .. Treasurer M niiligw !iitn ..nel!, ilt!jU .-;,irr, 'mum 1 iViugh J dlimtsuii tha first Monday evening in Cures Prominent Attorney. 58 Aldermen TDI.KI'O PKECINCT. .1. A. Hull J. C.Altrce rjufthel'eoce NKWTORT. ,.-,f the l'-.HCf o. F....

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. — 21 January 1898

: THE LIE JOE LD settlers In the southern part of Hay lor County, .Texns, still make occasional refer ence to the Sav vies, or the Sav age brothers, ns they sometimes call them. This does not refer to the time when the Indians were In the country, although that time Is by no means so far distant as to bo beyond the liiciuui,) uf liting man; nor does It imply anything especially wild and fe- rocious about the character of the men In question. It merely goes back to the lirst half of the '80s, when two brothers of that name were among the promi nent Inhabitants of that spnrsely set tled district. In some countries events of that period would be considered comparatively modern, but In Western Texns they are ranked as strictly nn- cient history. It seems, from n careful survey of the facts In the case, that neither of the brothers was really a bad man at heart, notwithstanding the fact that a great many people who ought to know are strongly Inclined to think otherwise. It is certain tha...

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. — 21 January 1898

18 W I BRAVE "wMAN AwrT a 1 niriN ma ffnnd Supply at Circle City : Almost Exhausted. LoMPT ACTION NECESSARY ' StiD 1"' Jbere, but most of th if. lials and contiiuiei b Sort Yukon, which i t-4 rUelo flitv, owinp fc,llefMy He From Fort Yukon .Joaquin Miller Arrives ut Dan son Citj Batlly Frozen. Seattle, Jan. 13. A letter from jireon City, dated December 9, Buys: Jvices from Circle City as late as oveniber 12 state that the steamers D. Weare and Bella on their way ,n weie frozen in there. The steam r Victoria, from the month of the . , 41. - l I iver, 18 Blsu iiibiti x yyyj ui luico min ed people, who started from Daw n for Fort Yukon, were Btranded here, but most of them procured small mied on their war to is 00 miles distant. iicrease in population, was almost do- aid of grub. Of the 127 residents of iJtoamp, nearly all were calculating In sending to iort Yukon lor supplies. IrieflV, were it not for the supplies at ort Yukon, which to a certain extent ui an unknown quantity, the sit...

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. — 21 January 1898

All popular brauds, at Go well's. Everything you need, at Gow ell's. For bargains in ail lines, go to $1.50! Gowells. 75 j Neckties, tecks and four-in-hand, 5 s suitable presents. Yaq. Bay Merc. Entered at the postofflce at Toledo, Oregon, s r Our little men's suits deserve LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. K. STKWAKT.fcdltor s4 Proprietor. Subscription Rates: One year, Six months, ... Three months, second-elaB mall matter. Advertising rates made known on application Business lo:ls will be inserted In tbeae cm-1 fPrr pn umni at five centi per line per week, and will : be run until ordered discontinued. jyour attention now. Yaq. Bay Every postmaster In Lincoln county la authorlz cd to act aa agent for the Lkadib. Official County Paper. LOCAL, NOTES at Don' t forget the auction sale Gowell's Saturday. A good tablet for 5 cents, a better one for 10 cents at this office. lVieeced underwear, without fleas at the Yaq. Bay Merc. Co. S. A. Logan was up from New port on business Wednesday. We have s...

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