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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 8 April 1898

i Notice for Publication. Land Office at Roaeburg, Oregon, Notice Is hereby Riven that, the following named pettier has riled notice of bis indention to make nnai piwn m uhi" ( 'ULs. '. proof will be made before B. V. Jones, . : HAMMERSLY. on II. E. No 8,083, for Lot 12, section 7; Lots S and 4, and norm of northeast l4 of section 18, township 14, south, ramie 9, west. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, via: Floyd B. t arns, and David M Cams, of Alfea, Oregon, Austin M. Taylor, of Box, Oregon, and George Hoover, of Tidewater, Oregon. R M VEATC Regist)r. i Administrator's Notice. In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for StOfilc of Mnroln county. .... ,"-a. vr In the matter of the estate of James Hamar, deceased. , , Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appmiitea unmiiiiKirawr or iu es tate olJames Hamar, dece sed. All persom ..invKiniinsairainsntsaid estate will presen ihm iiih nrnoer vouchers t...

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. — 8 April 1898

mmm n ihliuwhi hi i .Sf??J . , , , 1 - ' " , . , - ; .Wrt jr v 1 -V m ', .-, ' V . i " .V THE TELL - I had Knocked around In Australia for five years, put In n year's service In India, and had n whack nt (lie Transvaal 'nsurrectloiiists as a volun teer, only to settle, down at last, as a telegraph operator nt Itocky Forks, a telegraph station between Oiiialin and Sioux City. It was my business to transfer messages between the two places, anil to connect with points fur ther :i);,. The next station, fifteen miles fur ther up the road, was Dismal I'oint, mnl here Tom Itrown, my oldest lind truest friend, operated. Tom nnd I had i-ouchcd It all over the world together, and when we settled down hero It was to be near each other. One day Tom telegraphed down to toe that he would meet me nt Itocky Tori; next Tuesday for a day's shoot ing, lie saiil lie would come down on the .r o'clock train In the morning and wait for me to get off at noon. After that we would go up Into the hills ami sn...

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. — 8 April 1898

or pp '8J r rUs tve ten iod ink AN ALASKAN PIONEER. professor Lilndeman, After Whom Lake Llndemau Is Called. Lake LlucioiHan, often . erroueously Spelled Llnderiuann, marks one of the stages on the overland route to the Klondike gold fields. It Is there that be gold hunters stop to build boats vith which to navigate the Yukon. Jjijiike was nauied in honor of I'rof. Z' .' n veteran scientist, ""mineralogist and explorer who is now living, as he has lived many years past, , In Denver. Prof. Llndeiunu is 07 years old. - Forty years ago lie traveled ex tensively in Alaska and British Colum bia, visiting many of the localities which are now swarming with fortune hunters and whose names have within the last few mouths become familiar to every newspaper reader in the coun try. It was In 1ST6 that he first saw the Yukon. lie was then a member of a Jingo exploring party, many of whose IihmhIhts left their bones In the frozen jcsolnte wastes. For seventeen months "ie traveled about the countr...

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. — 8 April 1898

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER J. r. STKWAKT.MItor nd Proprietor. Subscription Kates: One year, - - - $1.50 Six months, .75 Three months, - .50 Entere'l nt Ihe poslofllre at Toledo, Oregon, no Heeoiid-eltiHN mull mutter. AdverttsInK rutes made known on application BuslneHii lo 'Hln will be Inserted In these eoi tiiniiH at live ceiith per 11 ne per week, und will be run until ordered dliteontinued. Every poKtmHiiter in Lincoln county is authorlz eil to act hb iiiicnt tor the I.I'.adku. Official County Paper. LOCAL NOTES Note paper, pencils and tablets at this office. D. P. Blue was up from Yaquina last Wednesday. Victor Hurt was oyer from Cor- vallis on business yesterday. A social dance was had at the Jones' hall last Wednesday night. Capt. Wakefield and his wife were up from Waldport over Sun day returning on .Tuesday. '' There promises to be quite' a building boom in Toledo this sea son several parties having indicated their intention of putting up resi dence buildings We pause to remark t...

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. — 15 April 1898

mOlltltv AjTV a (SSSSSt , Read The Si If you don't Read 1 vou want to HE LEADERS iKet Vou don't get ?& News, THE NEWS. Independent in etll th-irxgs, IMe-u.t,rQ,l in ISTotlning. .'ciume VI. Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Friday, April 15, 1898. Number 6. DIRECTORY. LINCOLN COUNTY. nt Senator it RepresentatiTe, nif judge rk- I - riff " mrer - (ml Superintendent yevor - eBsor oner; nmlraioners I Tol. Carter E. R. Lake J. O. Stearns B. F. Jones George Landis J. L. Hyde 8. O. Irvin Z. M. Derrick Hurler Lutt T. H. Coombs Chas. Williams F. A. Godwin nuaW Commissioners Court meets on Wed umy alter me Ural Monuay m reoruary, 11, June, August, October and December. CIRCUIT COURT. 11. J. 6. Fullerton ...Judge K.Yates, Pros. Attorney onrt convenes en 4th Monday in July and rth Monday In January of each year. 5 CITY OF TOLEDO. . Jones ...Mayor Denllnger Recorder J. Ailphin Marshal . Kih, Treasnrei I. Crosno 1 j. Gowell I j. Tluotson I Aldermen .1. Starr, I d Stanton..... tert Waugn J onnoll...

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. — 15 April 1898

(mm FIBnn I HE story of V'l I Cuba ib a I. W W O. trnircdv. r. i..w . r. - ilyi tragedy so black I that the pages of History, not ex cepting those up on which is writ ton the diabolical doings of the Spanish Inquisi tion, con hi in no counterpart. It is a nar rative which had its beginning in the dis covery of America; it was rooted In Span ish tyranny, transplanted Into centuries of treachery and oppression, reared in in teriiicine strife, ami matured in this re volting wnr nml Ita n.tmidi.rt l.i.rrnru which have wrested from Culm the proud title, " Pearl of the Antilles, and earned t,,T I, or Ho. ,,, ,,f "l.,t ,,f 111,,,.,! " The revolution was organized hy Jose Marti, a Culian exile In this country and a man of genius and courage. He organ ized lii're whnt la enllorl tlin P.. linn ltut-n- lutioniiry Party, an association of cluhs oi Timlin ponncai exiles, ror me purpose or raising money to tree their country Poor JIM were tlu ...nturitv nf tlm fow P... bans who lived in the 'Unit...

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. — 15 April 1898

; 50 into and the At arm the Mr. 18 a nine heir rt in law. FROM THE KLONDIKE 1 I Joseph Ladue, the famous trapper ind miner and the present owner of Dawson City, and for many years the Vi'ent of the Alaska Commeroial Com - pany. gives 8 hint to Prson8 going to Alaska, and pays great compliment to S well-known article, fie writes: i "I have always used the Royal Bak ing Powder in Alaska and Northwest Territory, as no other gave equal satis faction in that harsh climate. 1 also found my customers always insisted on having that brand." I A neat attachment recently patented to prevent bicycle lamps from going out, consists of a piece of wire gauzo Bent to form a basket surrounding the flame to shield it from sudden draughts Of air. I A LONG LOOK AHEAD. . Tl.e politicians are oven now beglnnlnfjto wt-iith the possibilities Involved in the next preiiiientiul electlou. Tho papers tire lull of eketloueerlnft gossip, and venture predictions as to the future which are somewhat too sell. oonrt...

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. — 15 April 1898

. J llu!it'.nt. .n, 2.'J0! THE UNION STATE PLATFORM. C S Huntington, 2,90 j "United in a common cause for tlie 1.00 : e.nTp1 nnrnose of ureservinL' the princi- Levi Hunt iuror 1.00 "f government by the whole people, p I TT - V m i in fact as well as in name, restoring and Frank Hyde, juror 1.00 ni..int..illill(, entity, under that eovern- 1.00 ' moot, nf nil classes, we. the peoples, Brown Hawkins, juror,. . Alvin Bowman, juror. . . Constable's fee bill was continued till next term Fred'k Porter, juror 1.00 democratic and silver republican parties ot tlie state oi uiegon, waiving an iuih.d of difference, and uniting for the purpose of carrving out the great underlying cost bill, state vs. Griffith A noDOES. ! principles, and to the carrying out of J A Hall, J P fees 11.60 j which we solemnly pledge each and ev C E Hawkins, (list atty 5.00 ery candidate upon our uniteu ticket CO NTV COURT-APRIL TERM. The county court of Lincoln county was in regular session last week, com pleting its...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 15 April 1898

TT & Titice for Publication. i Land Office at RoseburR, Oregon, 5 March 9, 1898. Xot)c 1 hwby Riven that the folluwing i.uiirtl settler has Hied notice of his In'ention o nake Dual proof in support of his claim, and hat wiiii nroof will be niade before B. F. Jones. fc'lerk of Lincoln county, at Toledo, Oregon, on h prill':, !', viz: EZRA H. h..mmi;ubi.t, on H. Ji. MO. ,US3, Bur Lot 12, section 7: Its 8 and 4, and north W Ef northeast !, of section lb, township U, south, tritnce Yl,M. 1 HeliaTiii'K the following witnesses to prove fhl continuous resilience upon ana cultivation nf mtl land, viz: Kluyd B. Cams, and Uavid M. Rurus, of Xiten, Oregon, Austin M. Taylor, of Hux, Oregon, aim neorge nouvi,ui iiuuwkwi, IprogOU. VV-.TVIT D.,. Administrator's Notice. tin the County Court of the State of Oregon, for I Lincoln county. In the matter of the estate of JameB Hamar, deceased. , . , . . vnH, ia hereby (riven that the iinaerslmied has been appointed uilininitrator othtcs-l Itateot" J...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 15 April 1898

Lincoln Goanty Leader Jf. F. STEWART, Publisher. TOLEDO OREGON A Practical Declaration of War With Spain. President MoKinlcy Monday sent tha following mosBuge to the congress of the United States: Obedient to that precept of tho consti tution which commands the president to give from tlmo to tlmo the congress In formation of tho state of tho Union and to recommend to Its consideration such measures as he shall Judge necessary and expedient, it becomes my duty now to address your body with regard to the grave condition that has arisen In the relations of the United Btutes and Spain, by reason of tho warfaro that for more than three years has raged In tho neigh boring Island of Cuba. I do so becauso o; mo Intlmato connection of the Cuban question with tho state of our Union, and because of the gravo relations which tho course which Is Incumbent upon the nation to adupt must needs bear to tho tra ditional policy of our government, If It Is to accord with tho precepts luld down by the f...

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. — 15 April 1898

I to bring about by peaceful agencies a peace which shall be honorable and endur lns. If " 6hab hereafter appear to be a duty lmiH'Sed by our obligations to our- f selves, to civilization and to humanity intervene with force, it shall be without " '"fa'ilt cn car part and only because the n.A:ssity foi euch action, will be so clear as to cDirniand the support and approval of the civil.zed world." Intervention the Only Hope. The long trial has proved that the ob ject for which Spain has waged war Cannot be attained. The tire of Insur rection may flame or may smolder with Varying seasons, but It has not been and It is plain that It cannot be extinguished by present methods. The only hope of re lief and repose from a condition which cannot longer1 be endured is the enforced pacification of Cuba. i In the name of humanity, In the name of civilization, In behalf of endangered American interests, which give us the light and the duty to Bpeak and to act, the war in Cuba must stop; In view ...

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. — 15 April 1898

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. f. HTKWAUT.Kdltor and Proprietor. Subscription Rates: One year, - - - $i-5 Six months, - - - -75 Three months, - - .5 Entered at the postolTli'e at Toledo, Oregon, as second-clHiw mail matter. Advertising ruteB made known on application Biulnesalo-jalBwIll be inserted in these poi uinn at live cents per line perweek, and will be run until ordered discontinued. Every postmasterin Lincoln comity 1 authoriz ed to act as aiteul lor the Lkadeb. Official County Paper. LOCAL NOTES Note paper, pencils and tablets at this office G. L. Reed was over from Siletz last Monday. All kinds of grass seeds and fresh garden seeds, at Krogstad's. Chittem bark is up in price bring us in all you can obtain, Y. B. Merc. Co. B. F. Jones made a business trip to Corvallis and Portland the first of the week. Well matured seed corn, raised in Lincoln county; besides a varie ty of garden seeds in bulk, at Krogstad's. Easter Sunday was tainless at this place, and according to tradi tion...

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. — 22 April 1898

Read The ffi If you don't Leader ft Read $jj HE LEADERS want to Jv You don't get S He News, $ THE NEWS, ft) titi'rtiit 7 'If S 4r ayttli v It Volume VI. JP-cjepericderrb in gall tli.in.gs, Nreat:rga,l ti ISTotlair g. Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Friday, April 22, 1898. Number 7. DIRECTORY. UStflLR tOUNTT. k Senator lit '.ft ' ' n'snperlnteHdeni fcyor tBsor ier . issioners Court meets on Wed- Jnsslone Jinty Wmnl"flrrt Monday In February, F after the "ny1, n1 December. m, jane, A"!'1"1' CIRCUIT COURT. .1. C. Fullcrton p attorney vaw :::".'.'-, i ii . . "clTy OF TOLEDO. Mayor Jonen Recorder killing" Marshal Tol. Carter E. K. Lake J. O. Stearns B. K. Jones George Landis J. L. Hyde 8. O. lrvin Z. M. Derrick Hurley Lutr. T. M. Coombs Chus. Williams F.A. Oodwin AUtibln 'Treasurer rruHno, ,:.,unll. riliotsoti Aldermen Starr,... stitnton,. .. IVauirh Lcll meets on the first Monday evening in iu. TOLEDO PUEflSCT. reoftnel'eaee jt.ble NEWI'tlKI. ., . . i,v.pih. (ieo. F. Sylvester able .'.''...

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. — 22 April 1898

L. A; 1 1 II ,i 'i 9 1 i mm J SI TRIAL fllllKKK are colonels and majors I anil generals ami some old cap lalns who hold that lsaliel Hamp den was the most attractive woman who ever craned the frontier, and in their t i mo most women scorned attrac tive liecause of their scarcity. She had been brought up In garrisons and la rife cities, and by the time she wa.s TJ. she knew the world rather well. Moreover, she knew men not girls and women, but men. Because she had been allowed to live In imjsIs during most of what should have been her boarding-school days, and because she was pleasant to look upon and converse with at an age when most girls are Impossible, men had fallen In love with her pretty much ever since she could remember. It was suld that site had refused all the bachelors In all the frontier regi ments. ' This was not far from the truth. A woman who "had married one of the rejected ones said that refusing was a habit Miss Hampden had form ed, and that It lcgan to look as If ...

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. — 22 April 1898

OREGON PROHIBITIONISTS. J....ilnate State Oftlrera-Natlonal Pint """ . mull Alintd. The Prohibition party of Oregon old its state convention in :evuerg Veilnesdnv. The numiier 01 neiegateg esent was eomewiiui muunur unm ba- ,.tPil Interesting fusions were nem Mi,l much enthusiasm was manifested. The following nominations were Representatives First district, L. u peterson, of Wood burn; second jdistrict, C. W. Ingalls. r .. H Til (llintm, nf Port. I Ijovernui -' ' " m- . . . ... . Secretary ol state a. yj. uavis 01 llalBey. State treasurer .vioseB rsoiaw, ot .N'ewberg. Superintendent of public instruction B. E. Emeriuk, ot riiilomntli. Supreme judge 1. Id. Hackennan, of Albany. Attorney-general 1. J. .Bright, ot Waeco. itH urintcr M. P. Muromim, of Forest Grove. The national platform, whic was adopted, follows: "The prohibition party, in national convention assembled, declares its conviction that the manufacture, ex portation, importation and sale of al coholic beverages has produced...

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. — 22 April 1898

THE POSTAL SERVICS. Some Interesting Facts Concerning the Expeuse of the System. , A three days debate in the house of rep- Oientatives, which ended in tabling the md postal bill( March 3), secured com paratively little attention in the daily press, but it brought out considerable information on alledged abuses by the railroads in connection with the postal service. The bill was vigorously attack' ted, and most effectual!, it appears' not on the ground that the abuses at which it named should not be corrected, but on the ground that the real trouble in the postal service is to be found in'exhorbi tant charges which the government pays to rail roads for transporting mail. Mr. Loud said, in presenting the bill, thot if a private corporation or an indivdual were to operate the post office depart ment, or if the department were to be operated by any one who had a financial interest in it, he would not fear even the present law. In the report of the post office committe, of which he is c...

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. — 22 April 1898

.V tin' for Publication. A FULL LINK OF ud otlice .t Oregon n.Jm ' T r . dIUl. i . ...kV final proof In support in his claim, and . . -!. li ro' ' "ill he miiAe hefore the eouniy rTTA UPTMA W ili'N J AM IS IEKS. H. ft V,.m lVJ ni Ijorii wen uui 1 11 a to prove iO 1 V' L0. xirt ofhls claim, and . , Oregon, . .. r..mt .: nf nnrn west -... norm hlil of iin hi ast H ''"' "u'n '' ' IU,r,h ., ih.. f.illowl iir witness to prove lie loi '" - .. - .h ,.m10.!. hi. flout mnous lUM'ifuoi, "'" ............. .. ; u nl viz: evTcntus II. Young, Nonnn'r, : l.'Soii .l.eph : Price, of Norton's, o ego i : i.'rrv i Port", of Norton's, Oregon ;.Kuuert I h,.'.i.'rs.if K'l'l vi le, Oregon. CiI V '. MiMIRKU, R-glster. I ' i They All Want Them. Challenge Accepted. j PROSPERITY TO BANKRUPTCY. The republican party is all stirred j M r' Clark: 'the' Union can!. In the report o7tho Secretary of the up over the sal and demoralizing j didate for int representative, has Treasury, Hugh MeCulloeh, for 1805, to vuiigr...

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. — 22 April 1898

Lincoln Gounty Leader J. F. STEWART. Publlahxr. TOLEDO ORKOON Intareatlng Collection of Item From Many 1'lucei Culled From the 1'reNH Kiorti4 of the Current Week. The president has nominated W. S. Ballard, of t)i DiHtrict of Columbia, to be aasiHtant agent at the salmon fisher ies in Alaska. Tlie government of Switzerland has prohibited the importation of American fresh frnitH, owing to tlio alleged pres enee of tho Sun Jose scale on the fruit recently imported. Consul Brice, who has arrived in New York, saja thai for three days be fore! K.aViii "aLanim, the peopio threatened his life, and at all times his property was. in danger. Special dispatches from Madrid say tlint advices from the Philippines re port that the rebellion is increasing, and that 10,000 rebels are now under arms. Trouble is feared at Muni hi. Tho Republican congressional con vention for the first district of Oregon, whioh met in Eugene Monday, renomi nated Hon. Thomas H. Tongue by ac clamation. Nearly all of 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. — 22 April 1898

CAMPAIGN MAPPED OV. Infantry, Cavalry and Bat teries Being Sent South. WILL BE CLOSE TO CUBA The Troops Will Be Stationed at t hlikamauK". New Orleans, Turn pa and Mobile. Washington. April 18. Deoidedly the most warlike stop taken by the war department in preparing for the possi bility of an encounter with Spain was inaugurated today, when orders were issued for the concentration at iour points in the South of six regiments of cavalry, 22 regiments of infantry, and the light batteries of five regiments of artillery. At, Ohiokamanea there will be six regiments of cavalry and the light bat tel ies of five regimiQ 01 ariinery; at New Orleans eignt regiments 01 m- iantry; at Tampa seven regiment ot ln iantry, and at Mobile seven regiments ot infantry. Since the civil war, no such piopor tion of the army has been mobilized, and the movement itsolf is the best evidence of the gravity of the situation, as looked upon by the president and his advisers. The determination to rendezvous the t...

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. — 22 April 1898

1 A Few Don't. Don't drop inttinuationa. A bigger roan may pick them up. Don't pick out for your friend a man whose dog won't follow him. Don't think all books are saleable be cause they are bound to sell. Don't sit in a drought unless you wunt the doctor to. get the cash for it. Don't think liecvuse a man possesses (tinning intellect that he U light-head ed. Don't think because time and tide wait for no man that no woman will fait for him. Don't fail to keep an eye on the friend who offers you suggestions at the ex pense of another friend. Don't underrate modesty. The needle has but one point, yet it would be al most impossible to get along without it Albany Herald : It is said that W m (Snailem) Shields has located the old historic cannon in the bottom of the Williamette at this city, and F Co. has appointed a committee consisting of Cor poral Fred Westbrook, Corporal Jaak Mammell and Sargent James Finch to raise the the weapon, mount it, and with Mr. Shields as gunner will send i...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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