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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 4 March 1898

J ( Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Friday, March 4. 1898. Number 53. ' - - - : cdpericietr irl gill tlairags, 3STeqti?o.l in KTotlir g. tUS COUNTY. y.intktive, , vudge Tol. Carter E. K. Lake J. O. Stearns B. F. Jonea George Landis J. 'Sheriff Treasurer I School Superintendent (Surveyor j Assessor Korouer Jcommissloners I " 1 County Commissioners Court meets on Wed nesday alter the flrst Monday in February, MpriltJune, August, October and December. . L. Hvde o. u. lrvin Z. M. Derrick Hurley Luts T. M. Coombs Chas. Williams F. A. Godwin CIRCUIT COUKT. Hon. J. C. Fullerton, ...Judge W. E. Yates rros. Attorney 4th Monday in July and jJiourth Monday in January oi each year. ri C1TV yjf WU.UU. F. Jones ...Mayor Denlinger Recorder M. J. Allphin marsnai IT. p. Fish, Treasurer :C. B. Crosno 1 :.L.Gowell I ('.. L. Tillotson I Aldermen i M. Starr I Kred Stanton, Albert Waugn j Council meets on the flrat Monday evening in 1 teach month. ANOTHER. IMMENSE LOT -OF- NEW GOODS RECEIVED AT THE NEW N...

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. — 4 March 1898

laoeoln Gounty Leader J. F. STEWART. Publisher. TOLEDO. .OREGON Comprehensive Review of the Important Happenings of the Past Week Cullsd From tlie Telegraphic Column's Ihe steamer EUer plying between Portland and Alaska ports, report" an eiceedinly rough trip down. The sea as the worat the crew and officers of the Elder have ever encountered, and, offing to her being without ballast, nil control of the vessel was lost, and it vu only owing to the vigilance of the officers that she was saved from going witti a crutli o" one cf the thousands of imall islands in this district. She was foroed to remain at sea for 86 hours. The gale, while it lasted, was terrifio, and attained a velooity of at least 100 miles an hour. The vessel's propeller blades were broken and she was com pelled to lay over at Nanaiino for repairs. At Philadelphia the birthday anni versary of George Washington was com memorated with appropriate exercises it the Academy of Music. The feature $t the day was an address t...

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. — 4 March 1898

r i 1 Xotice for Publication. Land Office at Rosiburg, Oregon, February 7th, 1898. ' VOTK'E IS IIERKHY GIVEN THAT THE I j-i following-named settler has filed notice of l.lu ti.tantion to nmke final nroof in gunnort of his claim, and that said proof will be made be Iffre It. l' Jones, County Clerk of Lincoln coun ''!' Oregon, at Toledo, Oregon, ou March '2iith, C vi. : J Johon H. Doysen, on H. E. No. 8,030, for lot s. section 8; lots 4 and 5, section 2; lots 3 and 4, ai'tri a of northwest i section 11, wush ff 0' range u, west. .. - , Vowing witnesses to prove rienre upon and cultivation lines k. r.vans, of 1a1a nzl Iiieckhotr, Andrew J. hottl, of Tidewater, Ore- f. VEATOII, Register. kor'8 Notice. he Stile of Oregon, for -Ae estate of James Hamar, j M.llUl. . . J 1 K.ti,.A is hnrei.v ilven that th- undersigned us been appointeu nainiuisiraioi- te nf ibkim nniiinr. dace sed. All nersons having olainisagninsntsaid estate will present them, with proper vouchers thereof, duly veri fied,...

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 March 1898

ill Hit w&m IDT 'V WHEN Meyer enme to Pine ville he gave his name as Wllhelin Windineyer, and It was promptly changed by the eitl.ens to Hill Meyer. He came direct from the fatherland to iiiake rineville his home. He thought It was his duty, too, to tell everylmdy he liad left n sweetheart behind, and that It was for her sake that he was work ing to niuke a home. Her name was Lcnken. She was very beautiful, he said, and so good that It seemed almost u miracle she had lived to the age of a I. It was tills loyally to the girl he had promised to marry, and who was so far away, that made Meyer n favorite with everybody In rineville. Hut Meyer was u slow, easy going fel low, and the one thought about Leuken seemed to occupy every cranny of his thinking apparatus, to the exclusion of every other thought. He was a very small man, and Unit, and the wooden leg he wore, lie said, had saved him from doing duty us a soldier. Meyer found employment with Judge reterkin. The wages were low, bu...

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. — 11 March 1898

$ If you don't A 1 Read 4 - i ti. ffi VJ.' T T A T4TTJ ffiTHE LEADEI If want tn sj! ) You don't get :& The News, Sj hOVj? Of ' 'I i.mrmn 1 . f3' f 8) H u u 'XI . M 17 r-.I . ,TT M U, U $ y i 4 Incipn.cin.t in gill " ttiings, IJey.t3Peil in JSTotir? g. Volume VI. "Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Friday, March n, 1898. Number 1. DIRECTORY. LINCOLN IWKTY. I.ioint Senator (joint Representative, Iconnty Judge fcierk rherift TrH.niiror .hool Superintendent purveyor ar iirminr Tol. Carter E. K. Lake - ' J. 0. Stearns J. F. Jones tSeorgo ijaudis J. U Hyde 8. 0. Irvin Z. M. Derrick Hurley Luti T. M. Coombs Chun. Williams F. A. Godwin i ttiunlv Commissioners Court meets on wen Aesday a.'ter the tirst Monday in February, 9lpnl, .llllie, August., uvmiroi m vwuw,. ANOTHER. IMMENSE LOT -OF- J 3 (JlRCriT COU11T. 3 Hon. .1.0. Fnll.irton J IV. E. Yalos I'ros. Attorney i "ft Court convenes on 4th Monday In July and !,' fourth Monday in January of each year. r " cTrToFTOLEHO. I i F.Jone" ...Mayor ...

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. — 11 March 1898

Lincoln County Leader J. F. STEWART. Publisher. TOLEDO ORKGON Comprelienalve Kevlew of the Important Happenings of thel'dat Week Culled From the Telegraphic Colmmifi General elections for tlie Ontario legislature took placo throughout the province the early part of the week and resulted in a virtual defeat for the liberal government, which Iiuh held power for more than 25 yearn. It is said in London that the Dank of France has advanced the price of gold, with a view of preventing further export of silver. The market is weak, on rumors that the Indian import duty on silver will be raised. A special from Port Angeles, Wash., nays: Charles Hendricks was shot and killed from ambush by Fred Kiiwanls, who then committed suicide. The men were neighbors and quarreled over a trivial affair a fow days ago. The monthly treasury statement of the public debt shows that the debt, leBscash in the treasury, at the clone of business February 28, amounted to 010,104,310, a decrease for the month of $...

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. — 11 March 1898

i1.' I I (01 SEIZE AIL ALASKA Canadians Raise British Flag on White Pass. CONSIDERED AMERICAN SOIL Hinrn Will Itenlut Payment of Dutli-aat That Point Wanner Weather Causes Hush Fiotn lyea and Skasway- Seattle, March. 7. Five steamers arrived from Alaska toilay the Uto pia, Hnetieino, Del Norte, Protection and Queen. The Queen left Skagway last Sunday. E. R. Knapp, of Boston, who came down on the Queen, author izes, the statement that the Canadian authorities raised the British flag on the summit of White pass on Saturday, February 20. This has heretofore heen soiisidprod American trritnrj Mr. Knapp's authority for the statement is the foreman of the Humbert Trans portation Company's pack train. He reported the affair to Mr. Knapp, who is connected with the company, just before the latter left Skagway. In reference to the report that mar tial law had heen proclaimed at Skag way, Mr. Knapp said that when lie left last Sunday no such action had heen taken; neither was it anticipated. M...

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. — 11 March 1898

A HORSE FABLE. Contributed. There once lived men who bad acquired wealth Id a larg e city. He became tired oj the nolae and bustle of hie aurroundlngi and determined to go out upon the great plains and more for the purpose of pleasantly occupying hla time than for profit, engage in tbe railing of horsei. Being totally unacquainted with the business, like a prudent man, he determined to commence in a imall way and learn by experience all he could about the business, and especially what kinds would be most satisfactory to handle and profitable to propogate. He first purchased a grand looking yellow horse with arched neck and profuse mane and tall, a flashing eye, and all his graceful movements betokenlngstrengthand speed. He considered himself fortunate In securing thifl noble steed at a cost of one thousand dollars. He next Invested in a good looking white horse, much larger and more mettle in him, but not so pleasing to the eye. He felt con fident he had a great bargain when he paid...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 11 March 1898

I A 1. 1 w V r m m ufiuiiiiKrataMMHRiEMMRMnMnnHi Notice for Publication. I.imd OIIU'C at KorObunr, Oregon, February 7th, 1898. "VOTH'K IS 1IEKKBY iIVKX THAT THK fnlUnvintr-immed settler has filed notice of hin intention to mtike tiiml proof in tmppnrt of his claim, Riid that ssid proof will be made be-1 fff re B. F. Jones, County Clerk of Lincoln conn- ty, Oregon, at Toledo, Oregon, ou March 2iith, t IttfS, viz: Johan H. Boy sen, on H. E. No. 8,036, ! for lot 8. Hoetinn 3; lots I and o, section 2; lots 3 j nd I, and north of northwest '4 section 11, township 11, south, range 9, west. j He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation ; of siiid 'and, viz: chtirles K. Kvans, of Wald- 1 port, Oregon, and Wcnl lMeckholl', Andrew J. J irlesby and Carlo Minotti, of Tidewater, Ore-, gun. R. M. VKATOII, Register, j Administrator's Notice. In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Lincoln county. In tho mutter of'the estate of James Hamar, deceas...

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. — 11 March 1898

I' -i, 4, '5 i t ; jlF WAR SHOULD COME. j HE recent terrl- lile occurrence In the harbor of Hiirnnn, which resulted In the destruction o f millions of Fed eral property In li m I BiiniM; oi me T I "HeO5 ',a ' 1 1 e 8 h ' P .till lilt: mill m.- death of nearly 3K) sailors, startled a great r' -r. deal of specula tion a to the real value of our navy and its relative importance anions; the naval armaments of the world. It lias revived the discussion of what the re sult of a war between the I'nlted Suites and a foreign nation would be, MSAI'I'KAUIMI (ll'S AT SKW YOIIK. and brought forward the three opin ions concerning such matters, viz. tile theory which holds that we have no more use for a navy comparable to that of the groat nations of Europe than we have for a standing army like that of (inat Hrllain, (icrmnny, France or Kussia; the stand that the money put Into our navy would better have been expended ill coast defenses; iiikI lastly that opinion which demands I lull on land and se...

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. — 11 March 1898

VI T DOVE : ROCK : DAY. r HE girl had never been to hake George before, and it was hardly her fault that she Irretrievably iu- tred her social standing before she ad been at Ilorlcon Kerry two hours, irace Wright was an actress who had ntered the theatrical profession as a liorus girl. She had now reached the lank of an Ingenue in one or tne popu lar theaters. "w.rrhm1y at Ilorlcon Ferry goes to !he landing to Inquire for mail uud to 'gee? what inanner of people are going ,'up the lake. The morning and evening fsteanior arrivals are the Jwo Incidents for the day, and John Trend well was as Wlous as the rest of the little colony which dwelt on the point of land which fjuts out into the upper lake. He was .'holding a flaring red parasol over the 3 head of his richest aunt, when he saw ' Grace Wright hastening over the gang , plank. Before he could bent a retrcp.t ' thf girl had nodded to liiui, and he was compelled to acknowledge her saluta tion with a perfunctory dip of his hat. The ...

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. — 11 March 1898

i a. 31 1 51 ;OLN COUNTY LEA . V. STKVTAKT.Kdltor ud Proprietor, Subscription Rates: t .ie year, $1.50 jix months, . . 75 Three months, 50 . , Entered at the postofflce av Toledo, Oregon, M ' seconu-eiass man matter. Advertising ratei made known on application Business lo'ftls will be inserted in these coi - umna at Ave cents per line r week, and will be run until ordered discontinued. Every postmaster in Lincoln county is authorii ed to act as aicent for the Lkadkb. - Official County Paper. LOCAL, NOXES Note paper, pencils and tablets at this office. Wesley Davis was up from New port last Tuesday. Toledo on business last Wednesday. Attorney Denlinger went to Ya quina on business Tuesday nigbt. M. Gregson id building a good sized scow at the mill yard in this place. 1 Uncle Hutch Bevins was down from Elk City on business last I Monday. j Geo. Horning came over from Corvallis last Friday evening, re- turning on Monday. Judge Hufford went down to ' .. Newport Saturday night, returning...

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 March 1898

iead The DEADER If you want to (5! If you don't I Read get I you don t get 1 Y't.i J 'I 1 V 4 1 t b r Buss k -4 I- I K. id Aon? ': a 3l1 ' t 1 m YHr. fl daily in ever. t Tlme -lllcati and all Stories (plondld deprt. I Volume VI. DIRECTORY. LINCOLN 1'01'NTY. Joint Senator .'(tut Kepresentutive, county JihIko Clerk Sheriff Treasurer rihuol Superintendent surveyor - " AHsesaor Coroner Commissi oners Tol. Carter K. K. Lake J. O. Stearns B. F. Jones Geo rice LrtndiB J. L. Hyde H. (i. Irvin 7.. M. Derrick Hurley Lutz T. M. Coombs CIihs. Will I mil s K. A. Godwin K: 4 Lv. 5 County CommisMin I 1 ;teiduy alter thw iir F'vr April, June, August, imorp Court meets on Wed rst Monnuy in February, October ana December. (fon. .1. C. l'ullerton, Judge , K. Yates, Pros. Attorney Court convenes on 4th Monday in July and fourth Monday hi .January of each year. CJ I'Y OK TOLKl'O. . H. i. Jono. Mayor H. Iieniingor , Recorder l. J. Allphin Marshal I'. I1. Fivh Treasure 1 C, It. Crosn, ' L. (.uwel. c. h. 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. — 18 March 1898

Lincoln County Leader J. F. 8TKWAKT. Pulillnher. TOLEDO... .OREGON Comprehensive ICeYlew of the Important II appenlnga of thoI'UHt lVeek Cullod From the Telegraphic Columns Charles Cutton, night agont of the Adams Express Company ttt Orrville, O., disappeared with a $10,000 pack ago. The United States snpremo oourt hns affirmed tlio decision of Judge Bollin ger, of the circuit court, upholding the mortgage tux law of Oregon, passed October 28, 1802. Joseph I Inyo, a Chicago plumber, who committed pnioido by shooting himself, is tho third of threo brothers to meet such a fate. It seems to bo a case of family mania for self-destruction. Tho Pacific cablo bill has been agreed to in tho house committee on interHtato nod foreign commerce. It provides for the construction of a cablo lrom San Francisco to tho Hawaiian islands. Representative Tongue, of Oregon, is trying to nrrango to havo the veterans of tho Indian war taken at soldiers' homes under the same regula tions as are tho veteran...

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 March 1898

& the ich ,fa to me I IIP lit Uncle Sam Not Buying Any Cast-Off Warships, , CUBAN INTERVENTION RUMOR I Arming nnd Manning the Merchant Ma--t rlnes Work on Count Defense Guns Being Rawtdly Puthetl Forward. Washington, March 12. The United States government has not acquired a single additional ship for tho navy. f This is true, not because of a lack of I offers of warships from abroad, but I simply for the reason that the navy de- I partnient is proceeding with all the circumspection consistent with tho needs of the case in looking to the I prices and qualities of the craft There 13 a strong disposition to refrain from if being drawn into bad bargains and to I insist on getting good vessels at prices 1 net extortionate. I Seoretary Long was in receipt of a ; large number of cable messages today. J almost all relating to offers of ships ' Lieutenant Niblock, United States na- vol attache at Berlin, St. Petersburg and Vienna, is paitioularly active in quest of vessels. ; There was a...

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 March 1898

COMMUNICATED. Editor Leader: I have long been of the opinion that the present system of government is oppressive and wrong in its application. The masses are becoming more enlight ened, so that the present system, in order to receive the best results, that is, the greatest amount of happiness, should be so changed, in my opin ion, tdat it may bring the greatest amount of good to the laboring class. Greed and selfishness are de structive to the best interests of mankind. It presses out the milk of human kindness, drys up the springs of human affection, and leaves us in a semi-barbarous condi tion, so that life itself has but little attraction. We seem to be living in an imaginary world. After having attended the pri mary at Little Elk I have become more impressed with the idea that something must be done to relieve the minds of the people and restore confidence in the rank and file ot the common voter than there has existed heretofore In my knowl edge of political matters men are not...

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. — 18 March 1898

I'- Ore ...,1 I'"' l Wi V ,-raii o re C. l'v ' vtUll.' !"' : . lice for Publication. Uuid Office at KoniburKt Oregon, ."elmmry 7th, 1SI8. j-J i i(K IS HKUKJiY (i!VKX THAT THE A "" J 1 'ii'llnwiiiK-named settler hus tllctl not ire oi V j--! - intention t intike tinal proof in support of Ms elnini, and that said proof will be imule Ihj v fi-r.j H, K. .lone:. County Clerk of Mueoln Mini . ty. Oregon, at Toledo, Oregon, Ou Mureh "iith, i.-vo, i. : j .loli an 11. Uoysen, on H. R. No. 8.036, i . dsr lot h. suction lots 4 and . section 'J; lots 3 ! t and -I, and north 'j of northwest section 11,! I township Ut south", range 9, west. ; I He iiHM-.cs the following witnesses to prove! 4 hi.- continuous resideiire upon and cultivation t: of sH 'and, viz: Charles K. Kvuns of W ald- j '. port. Oregon, and Wtm;l IMeekboU", Andrew .1. . Jf , 'g:eM-y una carlo Minoiti, 01 Tidewater, lire . I 1 ' II. M. VEATOH, liegkter Admiiiistrator's Notice. J In t ho County Court of the Stale of Oregon, for . '....

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. — 18 March 1898

1 GOOD : WEIGHT. t rr-! m rn many blossoms. By hi side vas a beautiful girl In whose curls the sun shine seemed entangled. He bent low er and the rose-red Hps of his compan ion murmured. "I love you, Mark." Still lower his head sank until his lips touched the ones that had uttered the sweet words. A start, and he sat upright glancing around him. That was ten years ago. He was poor then, and Margaret, beau tiful Margaret Ib-uson. had been the of n wealthy home. So their engagement had been forbidden. They parted, vowing eternal constancy. A year later Margaret became the wife of Vance Gregory, but It was not until months after that Mark learned of the treachery and deceit that had been em ployed to urge her to that step. It was too late then. There -was nothing to do but endure. He had known for some time that Margaret was a widow and lived In the city. He knew nothing of her poverty, simnwini! that her means were ample. To go to her now with a story of love had never occurred to him...

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. — 18 March 1898

au 1 X . Use only one heap ing teaspoonful of ocbiUing T "W - rs ing quart of flour. You must use two teaspoonfuls of other baking powder1 600 ALASKAN SITUATION CCNSEFtVATi VE CPiNiON PRESENT CONDITIONS. OF The Early Rush of Eagor Goldaeekers Having Congested Mm riiaaci, Other lloutes will Have to Be Opened, 8peeial Correspondence. Although the rush to Alaska may be said to have only lust besun. a condi tion of affairs has already developed in Dyea and Skagway which promises to disappoint the expectations of thou sands of eager cold seekers. The trails across the Chilkoot and White passes are practically impassable because of the ltequent and severe storms, and will not be in good condition until about the first of April. The result is that thousands of men and thousands of tons of supplies and raining outfits are crowded together on this side of the summit and have already reached such number and quantity as to create a blockade. It has been generally understood that it was foolish...

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. — 18 March 1898

; LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. i. V. STKWAUT.Kdltor satf Proprietor. Subscription Rates: One year, v-. - - $1.50 bix months, -. - - .75 Three months, - , - " .50 Entered at the pontofflce at Toledo, Oregon, an second-class mail matter. Advertising rates made known on application Biminesn locals will be inserted In these col umns at five cents per line per week, und will be run until ordered discontinued. Every postmaster In Lincoln county Is authoriz ed to act aB aicent for the Lkadbb. Official County Paper. LOCAL NOTES Note paper, pencils and tablets at this office. , Agent Buford, of Siletz, was in town on business last Wednesday. The weather for the past few days has been beautiful spring weather. J. S. Gaither has moved into Mrs. C. G. Copeland's residence. Our friend Geo. W. Davis, of Sa lem, has returned from Skagway, where he went a few weeks ago. Ben Woldt, of Corvallis, was over to this place the first of the week visiting his friend, Geo. Baumann. Crosby Matthews secured bonds m...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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