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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 17 June 1898

BRAND CELEBRATION ! Lincoln County will make the Eagle Scream at OLEDO, JULY 4th, 1898. -A Grand and- Patriotic Celebration AND Great Feast of Clams AND Brand Barbecue for All ! PROGRAMME: Procession will form at Second and Hill Streets at 10 o'clock M., in the following order: Toledo Brass Band, Grand Army of the Republic, Schoolchildren, Silver Star Brigade, Capt. May Lewis, Citizens. At the grounds the following exercises will be rendered: Singing "America," by Toledo Glee Club, Reading the Declaration of Independence by Miss Edith Ross, Singing "Star Spangled Banner," by Toledo Glee Club. Oration, by Hon. J. R. Wyatt, of Albany. At noon a Free Dinner for all, consisting of Roast Beef, Clams, read Butter and Coffee will be Spread in the Grove. The Afternoon Exercises will consist of Indian Feather Dance h Uglies under command of Col. M. J. Allphin, Foot Races, Races, Base Ball, and Free for all Boat Race with a 85 prize "the winner. The Steamer Richardson will make two round trip...

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. — 17 June 1898

7 RISE Pi'JiHY know, when she saw lier lather hurrying up the path, that he was coming to get her to hug potatoes. This knowledge caused her heart to swell in fierce rebellion. If there was any one thine Peggy disliked more tlian limit lnr it was bugging potatoes. She sighed ami began to read, with intense Interest, where she had left off a mo lnent before. "Lady Alfreda's lvviutlfiil golden hair was erowned wltti n tiara of sparkling diamonds. Her slender white wrists were " 'i'eggy, Peggy," called Mr. Illbliard, peremptorily. "Iler slender white wrists," resumed I'iwj, "were clasped witli many brace lets, each of which was set with pre cious stones amounting In value to many thousands of dollars. Iler taper lingers were " "Peggy, do you hear?" called her father 'igaln. Peggy gave one more regretful glance nt the paper, with Its half-page Illus tration, then arose mid stalked out Into the yard with sullen slowness. Mr. IliMiard went around liehlnd the smokehouse, whence he presentl...

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. — 17 June 1898

THE SIXTH MASSACHUSETTS, Heciroeiit'e Fecond Murcli jjiruu' - nuns around tlid Mount lioyal st.ulou ..,..,, ... ,J iumi uivy did left t!i( train arrive l'! i.i mi l ik'O t'h' -ii-lTir.. .....l Times eW and ... c I p,t shout Wl.tt, nv as th, w," Vu A (U'le'-:'t!ini .rtf ., '., till' ltMillii-r r'!(l-,.no i , , T. IU-gliwrn lu J.mmiore wn e Malst.r ., tllt. tri 5i.SWtotne.-.ui. M - ". u Wonls tmio!mlS au.l t,.a,l,r lUl- ill.NUl. tl 11(1 lva,it. inith Is mealled bv the 1(n 1 Uia nml(vl tli Sixth Ma-ssa- weii:'-u ,ivh Va.. to am 1" i-i usaiu ojkiiu. its "iwtlns was splendid In couci Cautl corrj-lii!; out and rellect.s gnat -Jt upon tin' Baltlinomins who left undone that could contribute j rlie glorltleation of the Bay Slate Idierj- while wltlilu the eoniiru's of van-land's great city. Iu marked coit al, to tills xnts the reception given to if same n'irinient In the same city on Virfl 19. I1- vrM! m 1,3 wa-v t0 WasWngtoa. mm we communu was ,i un by a moo uumiiernig tnou aJs, and before 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. — 17 June 1898

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. K. KTKWABT.fcdltor and proprietor. Subscription Kates: One year, ... $1.50 Six months, - - - .75 Three months, - - .50 Entered at the poitoflice at Toledo, Oregon, an ecouU-elaiw mall matter. Advertising rates made known on application Bnlneslo;aliwlll be inserted in these col umns at live cents per Hue per week, and will be run until ordered discontinued. Every postmaster in Lincoln county is authoriz ed to act as aicent lor the Lsadkk. Official County Paper. LOCAL NOTES Read the new ad of the Y. B. M. Co. in this issue. Have you looked over Tellefson's new jjoods? It not, why not? Nice line of latest styles in Wall Paper, received at Krogstads. Used burlaps sacks wanted by Y. B. Mer. Co. Note paper, pencils and tablets at this office.. i- When praying for your daily bread thre is no harm in asking that it be made of the best flour, which is the Red Crown. The Yaq. Bay Merc. Co. has it.. Uncle Hutch Bevins was do.vn from Elk City last Tuesday, shak ing han...

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. — 24 June 1898

gincaln Volume VI. DIRECTORY. UKCOLBCOURTT. Tol. Carter E. R. Lake J. O. Stearns B. F. Jonea George Landia J. L. Hyde S. O. Irvin Z. H. Derrick Hurley Lutz T. M. Coombs CbRi. WUllama F. A. Godwin miir junior Moo Coroner iMntr Commissioners Court meets on Wed S15 alter the first Monday In February, !$le! August, October and December. CIKCliil COCET. Don J C.Fullerton ...Judge ! i Tste Pros. Attorney rrtMnrenesen h Monday In July and nutk Monday In January oieacnyear. . C1TV OF TOLEDO. it!fii--""""""""""iiecrder 57 AUpaln.":." Marshal Treasurer C.B. Crotno 1 CLGowell j C.LTlllolson I Aldermen I H. 8larr md Stanton, I . jUbert Waugh J neb month. TOLEDO PRECINCT. juitleeoftliePeace J. A. Hall Constable) J.C.Altree NEWPORT. .initlceolthe Peace .Geo. F. Sylvester tumuble, W. H. Crutchtleld YAQDINA. Juitlee of the Peace .J.8. Booth Coniuble W.L.Watklns ELK CITY Jnatlceof the Peace .'........A. B. Clark Constable Alex Burkhalter LITTLE ELK. Jnitlteof the Peace Chas. Henderson ComUble Z. 8. ...

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. — 24 June 1898

I Ltoeoln Goanty Leader J. F. STEWART Fuhlliher. TOLEDO OP. EG OH J ntn renting CoIlaottoB of Items Fmo Many I'laooi Called From the rnc liIrt of ths Cnrrunt Week. Spaniards at Cadiz are reported as being in a state of great excitement, fearing our ships may go across. President McKinley lias sent to the senate tlie name of Isaac L. Putterson for the position of collector of customs for the district of Willamette, Oregon. A leading Washington diplomat says tho departure of Shatter's expedition destroys all chances of an early peace and commits the government to a vig orous prosecution of the war. The 1 !.. recoimnenriation lor the advancement of Lieutenant Hobson, who sunk the Merrimao in Santiago harbor, ten num bers in the list of naval constructors. Disgruntled sailors on tho Harvard and Yale, 000 of whom are foreigners, will not be released. Their protests ure vain, as tho British and German consuls refuse to inteifere in the mat ter. Tho charges made by tlie sailors of a breuch...

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. — 24 June 1898

I Eli IS II son Again Batters Santiago Forts. JIORRO ALONE WAS SPARED of Dynamite w vk.u-.,,,.., pull hi 1 crnn PQn...;,, l'" Bctn "J tile Fifteen minutes later it vo, pUtedU.eh.l,,,,,, kicked up din and It was a magnificent epoetarlo Though the gnn captains had lUn wu onc.1 not to waste ammunition, b, t to fire with deliberation, the firevu so rapid that there was an almost con t.nuona report The measured crush of the big 13-mch guns of the battle ships sounded above the rattle of the guns of the secondary batteries like thunder flaps above the din of a hum cane. A strong land breeze oft! tho shore carried the smoke of the ship, seaward, while it let down a thick curtain in tront of the Spanish gunners. Their guns resjionded spiritedly at first, but tmuvIm niirled Charges Into the Buy Atui of the American Gunnorl Won ViunrpuKil-Thoo-tindl of ProJt-cUlol Thrown. 03 Santiago de Cuba, via Kingston, June 18. l!eat-Admiral feauipson s .mrifi CuDa tor me tuira time at nay-1 u:n. i - u,V)...

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. — 24 June 1898

"Vacation Suggestions" is the title of a handsome booklet issued by the Newport people, under the supervision of Mr. S. G. Irvin. This little booklet is a haudsome pocket-size edition, and contains a write-up of the many and various places of interest to the pkasute and health seeker in and adjacent to Newport. The book contains many haudsome half-tor.e pictures of places of interest on the bay. I: is a handsome and valuable little work and ought to be of ijreat ben eGt to Newport and vicinity. II, 7)JZ2i Isllt f7iJi, Attornoy-at-Liivi', TOLKDO. OliGC". "V J ' '5'.' i u .iJ O i ii Li 1 1 una, Lincoln Cor.nfy. Oren. Manufacturers of sill kinds ot Woodemvare Prices givsn on applicatiau. 'i It no .? T'v- '? 7 r ' -' M i a An Isthmian Canal. Admiral Walker's promise of the report of the Nicaragua Canal Com mission in the neai future, bis stfltpmpnt that th prjct of build- j ing the canal is "entirelv feasible," I and that the cost would be "about $125,000,000," find the public mind ! pr...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 24 June 1898

GRAND jm. jm. m&r JL. a Lincoln County will make the Eagle Scream at TOLEDO OREGON, JULY Grand Patriotic Celebration ..AN ... M Great Feast of Clams ANE i ecue tor am COMMUNICATED. Editor Leader : In your valuable paper iof the 10th. inst. I saw an article written by Mr. A. L. Chitwood in answer to an article written by me at an earlier date. Great minds always differ, and Mr. Chitwood and I differ on tile way to clear up this country and get it so wetfcn keep stock, which is the natural resource of this county. I have tried Mr. Chitwood's way and can say it is alright if a man wants to only keep a milk cow. But ye scribe wants to see stock raised as a pay ing business, and to do this we have got to got the range cleared up and sot to grass, and the only way is to burn and sow grass seed. If we had followed the example of our dark skin brothers we could now be able to keep thousands of goats and sheep instead of just a few as we have now. I havo been told by old pioneers that th...

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. — 24 June 1898

LIBERATORS OF SPANISH AMERICA. l.i?,---:-v!.'tvv WVrf':. tt; MA . I i GKXERAK MILKS Is reported to li contemplating Important changes In tin; uniforms now worn !y the soldiers of tin- Cnlted States regular army. At a recent re i'itiun :it t!i(- White House the (!en enil appeared In a gorgeous new tunic of Ills own design, lllicrilly adorned with gold nml luce, f ml wearing a s.i:h of alternate yellow ami gold stripes. The must remarkable olnt nb'iut the uniform. however, was not tin- splen dor of tile facings as the prominence of the oak leaf and acorn deeoiiitl.ms; I WW thk rritiTA.v eoi.nir.n. a curious fact, as these are supposed to be the distinctive military emblems of the l'.rltlsii crown. General Miles, however. Intimates that he Is going to take the best features of every nation's dress regulations and Incoi'ivoriito them Into his new system for the clothing of the American army. In tin- stirring times of t!n Revolu tionary period the dress of many of the patriot regiments w...

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. — 24 June 1898

STRAITS OF GIBRALTAR. StraliibratlaJIEDmRAKEAN SEA J Tanglier , v . ( 5l -vwjwoggQQ Negotiation are said to be going on lietweeu France UU1 Spain whereby France is to si-cure territory on the const of Morocco directly opposite Britain's formidable nud famous rock of Gibraltar, thus competing with ,v....t nHrnin for control of the entr-iinee tn Hiu i...m. . . , , , . ... ------ '"-iium-iui. uussia is fredlteJ with having agreed to the arrangement, and Knnin' m!Sj.,.c;;3U l$io ue ruiuwu tut iii usauuM uiu umicii states. SHERMAN IN RETIREMENT. Hon the Famous Old Statesman Ia Fpendlns Hi Declining Days, Every evening after dinner an old Bun sits ut the library window In his handsome white stone bouse. In K street. Washington, and watches the people as they pass along the street or gazes alistraetedly at the licautiful park across the way, says a eorrespju dmt. He holds a cigar in his hand, but be seems to smoke little. He sits llitre quietly till the nun comes in to turn on the lights 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. — 24 June 1898

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. i. V. STKVUKT.MItur aid Proprietor. Subscription Bates: One year, ' ... $1.50 Six months, .75 Three months, - - .50 Entered at the postofllce at Toledo, Oregou, as fleconu-ciass muii matter. Advertising rates made known on application Business locals will be inserted in these col umns at five cents per line per week, and will be run uutil ordered discontinued. Every postmaster in Lincoln county is autborlz ed to act as aiceut lor the Le.idkb. Official County Paper. LOCAL, NOTES P. A Miller was down from Mor rison today. Read the new ad of the Y. B. M Co. in this issue. Have you looked overTellefson's new goods? II not, why not? Nice line of latest styles in Wall Paper, received at Krogstads. Used burlaps sacks wanted by Y. B. Mer. Co. Note paper, pencils and tablets at this office. J. H. Van Orden was an Elk City visitor yesterday. County bur veyor Uernck came down from Nashville Wednesday night. Charley Doncaster has returned to Newport alter an absence of se...

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. — 1 July 1898

ijtiroln wnto .. ..- Ill IVciume wi. DIRECTORY. Toledo. isJg . WM..wJt wicgon, rnuay, juiy i, logo. number 17. - : tINCOLK COUNTY. ,.t Senator .BeproMnUUlTe, i'otr J0111!0 r'noperinteudsut ifot mer ToL Carter . R. Lake J. 0. 8tearns B. F. Jones George Landis J. L. Hyde 8. U. Irvin Z. M. Derrli'k Hurley Luts T. M. Coombs Ctana. Williams F. A. Godwin fcrnstoners 1 inn Commissioners Court meets on Wed- ii,r ilier the Ira' Monnay in reoruary, la'juue, August, Octobor and December. CIltCUIT COURT. j.C.Fullerton ...Judge myites, AMviuuj ,rt convenes on 4th Monday In July and miltoaday in January of each year. CITY OF TOLEDO. "t.J-.-- sciSE J. Allnin Marshal Khfl. Crosno, j Uuuell -TUIoUjn t Aldermen i. cwrr, IStinton in Uauiih, until meets on the first Monday evening la swath. TOLEDO PEECINCT. J. A. Hall J. C.Altree !i(of the Peace lable NEWFOUT. iieofUie I'eace, Oeo. F. Sylvester ailc, W. II. Crutchiield YAQUINA. :iof the I'eaco J. 8. Booth .Bote W.L. Watklns ELK CITY. ;lKot the Peace A....

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. — 1 July 1898

1 11 Lincoln County Leader J. F. STEWAItT. Publtaher. TOLEDO OREGON Interesting Collection of Items Front Many Placet Called From the rreM l&enorti of the Current Week. Owing to the continued strike in the Welch coal mines, England's coal is running low, and steamers are forced to turn to America for thoir supplies. A serious riot attendant upon a strike, in which women took a leading part, occurred at Oahkosh, Wis. Non-union men wore shut out of a sash and door factory and tho plant was ordered closed down. A Madrid dispatch from San Juan isuytt: An American cruiser uppeuied oil tho harbor nnd the cruiser Isabella and gunboat Terror sailed out to attack her. Tho American withdrew immedi ately. One Spaniard was killed and three wounded. No revenue stamps will be required on money orders, according to a con struction of the new law. Instead, an additional charge of the amount of the stamp provided for will be made for the money order upon its issuance from tho postofflce. Surgeon...

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. — 1 July 1898

mm i Lilt t i'li Be Tightened on Southern Coast. BUNCO'S SUPPLIES CUT OFF Xbfl Complete Investment of Snntlnco de Cuba by Lund mid Bea Ulnckude Bunneri Hiive Landed Under the Lee of the Isle of l'lnoe. Off Santiago de Cuba, via Kingston, June 25. With the complete invest ment of Santiago de Cuba by land and sea but few days off, the admiral baa decided to streuguien me blockade of the large ports on the southern coast trestward of Santiago. For three weeks the south coast, vest of Santiago de Cuba to Cape San ADtonio, has been practically unpro tected. The blockade has been simply on paper, in name only, with the result tLat it ia known that quite a number of (hips have ran the blockade, and that in immense quantity of provisions has been smuggled into Havana. Most of the blockade runners have landed their cargoes under the lee of the Isle of Fines, and thence tlie provisions, etc., bare Deen taken in small boats to Ba tabano, whence the railroads runs to Havana, only 30 miles dista...

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. — 1 July 1898

BEAVER CREEK WOODEXWAKE CO., Ona, Lincoln County, Oregon. Manufacturers of all kinds oi Wooden ware Prices givsn on application. The Vesuvius is a little ship of only 929 tons displacement and cost the government $350,000. De Bor den Wilmot, one ot her construct ors, says of her ability as 1 fight ing machine: "The Vesuvius has a battery of three pneumatic guns, mounted in the bow at an aigle of eighteen de grees. The guns are 55 feet long, 15 inches bore and built rigidly in to the vessel. From all I have read about Monday's trial with three shots, I am convinced that she has not shown half her ability. What can she do? She can drop 500 pounds of nitro-gelatine nearly two miles away with accuracy. She can repeat this feat fifteen times in ten minutes. This means three uud oue-Lciif tuiia of lilgli CXplGSiVC thrown on the Spanish ships or fort;? or whatever the object of attack may be. The destructive power of such a broadside is almost beyond computation. It is enough to de stroy a...

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. — 1 July 1898

I GRAND WEEKLY CROP BULLETIN. Since Wednesday fair weather has prevailed over Oregon. The show ery weather was of longer duration than usual; it has ceased, and no injurous effects will result. A very THE COST OF THE WAR. At the outbreak of this war its cost was estimated at $200,000,000, or $300,000,000. Senator Hale warned his colleagues that this esti mate was too low, and that a year small amount of hay had been cut, j of war would cost from $700,000.- i which was injured to some extent i In some localities clover lodged to a 000, to $800,000,000, but his voice was not listened to. We now find RATI AM I ! JL JL X Hh.-r 1 H 1 1 ' - F u""","u """" I ensues. Haying is now in active operation ; and reports indicate a Lincoln County will make the Eagle Scream at TOLEDO OREGON, i l limited extent. The rains delayed that the war is probably costing j haying; as a rule, the grass was im-j something like $2,000,000, a day. j proved and no commercial damage , The deficiency bill now befor...

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. — 1 July 1898

NEW TIME RECORDER. TEN LITTLE FINGERS. I Zi AA'1 i Ten little (1!:?its tf-ylntf with n mino liat.f,'! ueiit ikv powder, and then there were nl lit. Nine, little fltiKf-rn lixlns rockets strident !lj! 11 kick backward, mid tlien tii'e "vere i-lKlit. I'lKlit Utile flncprs rxilntlnc tin to havont- k.-iiiun imihIIi- "buau-il," nnd theD tore w.-r seven. Seven little tlnirom, jmrk find powder mix I'unk was iKuiutl, ami ttK'ii there wore six. SI.t little lliiirers fi.r n "bIz-t" strlvi One went off with It, ami then there were live. I'lve little finders lrrillnjr for n rnnr liooin! went the enniiun, und then there were four. Ki.ur little lli'.sers with a puck mnrto free Crash! v.-ei.t u tracker, an J then there were three, Tbree little Angers fount! the fuse burnetl blue Bombshell too previous, and then there were two. Two little (lnsers having lots of ftio Ilstol exjiIiKjiiJ, and then was one. One little fliizer. framing with n gnn IMdu't kimw 'twas loaded, und then there was none. WHEN C...

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. — 1 July 1898

vol yon alt. ! ling, lit. la i of trial! rl till sen- Lit otlsl rbe i an; Iters fti. .ever s t ilnf Tort ayf ( bit ngef oW mind- IK l very U it' ovrt r the i fal r end 11 tlK H03S0N AND HIS LITTLE BAND OF K2R0ES. J K3jl rAl iw n Q .Sil I . r Tbwc are the portraits of Lieut Richmond Tcarsou Ilol.soii and his irdknt l,wv of ieveu wno sauii uie Aierrimac lu tlie mouth of Knnti,. .,7i ill live in history as among the bravest of the world's heroes. The 'ninth nin. t,,, n 1 1 imtitn is mm or iMtviu i nn .Tnuim i w n .., . 1 lunch tlint followed the Merrlmuc, braving death to rescue the forlorn honors jMnnn, the leader and originator of the plan, u, a naval constructor. uHrl, th 1-lative ruuk of lieutenant, Junior grade. George Charette was a iriiiinor'- ,nt if the first-cluss on board the cruiser ew York. He lives at Tn-nii m..do i 1 31 .rears old. J. C. Murphy wiia the coxswain of the Iowa, OhIm! Wnr, Mgntin was born in Stuart, Iowa, and is 31 venrs old. He has been in the navy fvcral ye...

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. — 1 July 1898

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. Y. HTKWAKT.Kditor lad Proprietor. Subscription Rates: One year, $1.50 Six months, Three months, 75 5 Entered at the poitofflce l Toledo, Oregon, a Mjcuuu-ttiMM man matter. Adverting ratei made known ou application HualneM IomIi will be Inwrted in these eoi nmiit at five centa per line per week, and will oe ran nntu ornerea aucontinuM. Every poatmaiter in Lincoln eonnty li authorlE ea 10 act ai agent lor the leader. Official County Paper. LOCAL, NOTES Machine or lubricating oils at Krog- stad's. Vic Hurt waa over from Corvallis this week on business. A. Linebak returned Tuesday from a trip through the valley. M. L. Trapp was down from Chitwood yesterday doing business. Bee hive supplies of all kinds at catalogue prices at Krogstad's. Lawyer E. E. Wilson came over from Corvallis on business last Wednesday. Rev. Nodtvedt, of Silverton, preached at the old school house in this place last Tuesday. A good many of our Siletz people will go to Dallas, Polk county t...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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