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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 22 July 1898

FURNITURE! BRYAN'S REQIHENT. Started from Omaha Honday Night for the War. WEEKLY CROP BULLETIN. BES333 . We HA VI J A LARGE STOCK OF FUStflTWE. STOVES, AND cellent. EASTERN OREGON. Weather. The mean tempera ture for the week averaged 71 de grees, the same as for the preced- Haying is in active operation in ; every section of the State; the crop i Tt 1 r. .... s unusually good. Clover hay es- lt Was Inner after i n'n nnb o . liiwfc iaoi :ii i 11 TT..: I . . . ..... Monday night when the last trains ' -T 1 u lu I X"g &n1 4 aegreCS hlgher I bearing Colonel W.T Bryan and i T 11 bee"erally finished by the j for the corresponding week of last bis regiment, the Third Nebraska ! f Present . H"jyar. The day temperatures aver Volunteers, pulled away from the ! VeShng f fall-sov whf 1 ln Pr-! age lower and the night tempera ! switch near Fort Omaha The 1 L I tUreS higher than for the PrecedinS ; cars were not provided on time, and , ith xoo fore part of . tiiora .:n ' -" -. , ine weeK was ...

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 July 1898

Idneoln Gounty Leader i. V. STEWART. Publisher. TOLEDO OREGON fPITOME OF THE DiSPMCHS LATER NEWS. Interesting Collection of Many Fltect Coiled From IK rt Sporta of Uk OnrroBtfrMk. Advices from Honolulu state that several mild oases of measles hav broken out since the arrival of the Pa cine coast troops. A London correspondent of a French journal says the powers will intervene and the United States will ba robbed of the Philippines. The gunboat Bennington has left San Francisco for the .North in quest of the Spanieh privateers reported off the coast of British Colombia. While at Honolulu an American flag was presented to the cruiser Charleston by the Queen Dowager Kapiolani of Hawaii, in token of friendship for the United States. News of the defeat of the imperial tioops near Woo Chow is confirmed in Hong Kong. The loss of the imperial forces is probably more than 1,500 killed. A beautiful American flag has been sent by the steamer Alameda to the Ha waiian chamber of commerce to be u...

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 July 1898

1011, who or ii I i kkm Is Given Up Without a Fight isONERS TO BE SENT HOME 11 W Eaiturn End of Cuba I Now In Our .,..ruiilt,iilutioii Caine After s, 0 fkli one"1"" 1 Brief Conference lietween uenerai hotli, jural nd Sh""6' Bnd Mile8' ashington, July 16. Santiago for. ly surrendered at 8 o'clock P. M. aJiiitanWgenerai touay receiveu tl Tent ion ,1; ieneral Sfnllnw ns from riaya aei jchmj: f'l have just returned from an inter L with General Toral. He agrees InrrenJer on the basis of his army !pg returned to Spain. This proposi- embodies the surrender of all of itern Cuba irora Acerraderos on the th to Sagua on the north, via Palma, h practically the Fourth army corps. imimmiHsioners will moet thisafter- IlliDj J mm e(l, au:; lereJ ' auth: n l()n at " lo ueuiiiiuij' nunuKD ui L SHAFTER." iuljutant-General Corbin announced t Santiago surrendered soon after sieral Shafter's dispatoh was re ived, a telegram having been received sich sliowed that the Spaniards agreed frar terms. Only 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. — 22 July 1898

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. y. STEWAKT,Edltor and Proprietor. Subscription Rates: One year, - - - $1.50 Six months, .75 Three months, - - .50 Entered at the postolllee at Toledo, Oregon, as second-class mail 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 nntil ordered discontinued. Every postmaster In Lincoln county is authoriz ed to act as agent for the Leader. Official Country Paper. LOCAL NOTES Machhie or lubricating oils at Krogstad's. Bob Campbell was up from New port last Tuesday. H. N. Foster was down from Chitwood last Tuesday. Nice line of latest styles in Wall Paper, received at Krogstads. Have you looked over Tellefson's new goods? It not, why not? H. Lewis and family have moved into their nC7 residence, j ust com pleted. ' Peter Tellefson, the Yaquina merchant, was doing business in Toledo, the first of the week. The Misses. Needhara, of Albany, are visiting their aunt, Mr...

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. — 29 July 1898

fyH' Vll Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, FridayT7u!l7oTT8o8 Number 21. WAV A O 0 0 A COMPROMISE rlADE. es et t ve and r; His-. 1 "Wit; lien. Gregsot 8! recoi- DIRECTORY. LINCOLN COUNTY. i !. Jlnperintendont yor lior Jisloners J. D. Daly G. . Davis - J. F. Stewart Hurley Lutz J. il. Ross J. L. Hyde Geo. lietherH Z. M. Derrick J. W. l'arrlfih Sam'l Van Pelt W. H. Wakefield K. A. Godwin . rnmmissioiiers Court meets on Wed KffXe first Monday in February, I jane, August, October and December, j ' CIRCUIT COURT. j.W. Hamilton p""iVtJ" 11. Browu, " " ' ,Ct convenes on 4th Monday in July and Monilny in January of each year. i CITY OF TUbfcUU. I. nes b"'"Vot ..itnmir .AllpBin.. Fish, , Vrosno,... iiuwell,... J'illotsoii.. J Starr,.... Wanton,.. jttVaugh,., Marshal Treasure 1 Aldermen :J I jttVaugn, J II anil LJudi meets on the first Monday evening in 1 5 recoT lin Be: er et rake Du; ol lis mey. iffniat er; di i3Pnl' tliewt is; it rsai. xfonl :e. eta! suit t 1; !IT Mar TOLEDO PRECINCT. J. 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. — 29 July 1898

Lincoln County header a. F. 8TEWART. Pabllsher. TOLEDO OREGON Interesting Collection of Items From Many Places Culled From the I'ress Reports of the Current Week. The Cernli claim, which threatened to cause trouble between Italy and Co lombia, has been paid. Camp Merritt, in San Francisco, will soon be deserted, the remaining troopa. taking quaiteis in the Presidio. The United States domestic postal service will bo extended to the Ha waiian islands as soon as the Sag is raised there The British steamer Newfoundland, loaded with food supplies, was captured by the Mayflower, Tuesday, off Cien fuegoa, into which harbor she was heading. A Norwegian captain who has reached New York, says the Havana blockade is not effective and supplies are reaching that city through Bataba no from Yucatan and being shipped across the island. A Washington authority says Porto Rico will bo kept by the United States. That is settled, and has been the plan from the first. Its possession will go toward makin...

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. — 29 July 1898

9 Ml flrjye Spanish Gunboats! Were Destroyed. THREE TRANSPORTS RUINED At Usual. There Wore No Losses on the American Side SimnUh Losses Were About 100 Killed Care Taken Not to Damage the City. playa dol Este, July 23. Tho follow ing is the official account of the latest naval victory that at Manzanillo, modestly told by Commander Todd, of the gunboat Wilmington, in his report to Admiral Sampson: "At 7 o'clock on the morning of July 18, the vessels on the blockade in this vicinity, the Wasp, Helena, Scorpion, Hist, Hornot, Wampatuck, Osceola, ap proached the harbor of Manzanillo trom the westward. At 7:30 tho Wil mington and Helena entered the north em channel toward the city, the Scor pion and Osceola, the mid-channel, and the Hist, Hornet and Wampatuck the south channel, the movements of these vessels being so timed as to bring them within effective range of the shipping at about the same moment. At 7:50 the fire was opened on the shipping, and after a deli berate fire, lasting abo...

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. — 29 July 1898

SIQHTED THE FUROR. Oregon boy Discovers the Torpedo Boat. Sergeant Fred A. Ramsey, of the battle-ship Oregon, has written to his fath er at McMinnville, a graphic description of the great naval battle of July 3, the letter being dated July 7, and it appears in the Telephone-Register as follows : "Sunday morning, July 3. we were all standing by to go to quarters. First call had been sounded at9 :2G A. M., and we were waiting for assembly. The chief quartermaster reported 'The ene my's ships are coming out of the harbor, sir.' In an instance all the long glasses on the bridge were in use and directed toward the entrance of the harbor. Lieu tenant Allen was officer of the deck, and we could see him smile and take a good look with his glass in order to be sure before he sent word to the captain. He very cooly lowered his glass, and tele phoned to the orderly : 'Tell the cap tain that the enemy's ships are steaming out of the harbor,' As soon as the word was repeated to Captain Clark, he...

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. — 29 July 1898

i FURNITURE! We. HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF jruBWTOSK. STOVES, AND WEEKLY CROP BULLETIN. The weather has been cooler, with less sunshine than during the preceding week. On the 22d, rain to the amount of from .02 to .34 of and inch fell along the coast and in the northern portion of the Wil lamette valley, in the Columbia River valley eastward as far as , Sherman county, in a portion of 'Union countv. and ahout ttnfcr XrnTTRTC FXJK.TSTTRRT"KTrTC3: , ty; elsewhere a few sprinkles oe -J-v-x K ' CUrred . Thf rain AvUiraA Uir, uwtj vu uaj nig in places, but did no material dam- Coffins, Caskets and Burial Supplies Call and See my stock. FASH&GAAR, Toledo, Ore. 1 V. &e&-iW:jr . VflTHour Taking Along A JO PlFFERENT MOOEUS AU. CAMBERS i fRofv 22 to so they arc thp- Miners Hunters WNCfSTft AMMUftfTlOH, USED BY EVERYBO0Y ou evewwiauc r5 ;WINCHESTER4?EPEAT1NG'ARMS 6 IgSfig age, and the little damage was done was more than offset by the benefit : that the rain was to the serin c grain. H...

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. — 29 July 1898

THE NAVAL HEROES OF THE GREAT SANTIAGO BATTLE. BEGAN AS A CHORE BOY. Sampson's Rise from Woodchopper to Kear Admiral. Admiral Sampson is a man of the people. Neither wealth nor birth has helped him win his oak leaf and anchor shoulder straps. Drains aloue were his heritage. His father was a farm hand, a day laborer, who earned a liv ing in a rural community by doing a day's work here and another there, splitting wood for one man, plowing never nt a loss. n0 lg . -You hear no anecdote n,it!' no funm-tn,!.- "; : um In all this emmtrv ti 1. ? ... . v.tt Ill oil . "'UK place where they s,, , a!' "P.1H.V" Sampsonf an J in Wayne County," tho Z, fi York RtntA t S(?ctloiHf a man of one l.i-.n .,., I . ' navy of tho Vnit d ST whole life is hprofeSSion tls' FIRES tup nvTiTn."-" Went, John GaH,... . John nance I if ui v . , if , i !) ; s 1 f i 0 &t ml A Urn M if I i j lA-SiACMOiLTTJ A GRANITE PILL. rVceMous SncKcation of an Old Bay State Odd Fellow. The authorities of the Oddfellows of Wor...

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. — 29 July 1898

America's 1 Medicine Is the Mediates i4eIperiniei.twith ""tried prepa mtisiied only with i the great i r ..! u,.Nimiiri a. It lias 'if people and is kept on "m . ... if homes as tin" only Pi ffiwe family ,ndi-I... I' will ai'"1" . .. ,i,0 hiiiirers ol summer. nod's Sarsaparilla uv . . M,ii,.lni!. II: six InrM. :fIiCS'B tircim.-r.ij- ; TTTa euro iU vr ls- (,'13- . ManuiiltnflAi FuIHii'B '- i i,h.iiiiii mrn Almost. Shpraegiiliuu"0""0"""" , . sal use at athletic and aquatic 1i,,,..ina it aiihii ns Mild coniBMo ' . i dffuwrs to nin kft imeuts that can bo heard all the field. ils u"rt,u" "" Snuuent, wmu. - Lieiitlv transported, but this lias orerconio vy hi'"k like the drinking cup made for to am! picnickers. The folding uplione 18 mauB in ncniuuo, uhu uv- ' i ..i.... itrl.ntt tint in nan in tne inner, "" horn collapses into a package about ize of a hat box. H WILL BKCOME OF CHINA. ., foresee the outcome of tlie quarrel en foreiari ptwi-rs over the division of u It interesting to wutoh 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. — 29 July 1898

LINCOLN CGUNTV L E A D E R. I. !'. f'KVVAlti'.Kditur am! 'rojirii'tor. Subscription Hates: One year, Six raoaths, Three months, 'ti'i l-fL;iss lr.iii, i.i.:ti;cr. " ; Vive: tUiuy mies made known on application i inserted in ti,c,e em-! ' viis vi'.! til live cc.as per lKe 'i umii u-'!creil diseii ' ) .s: itnif Xc? li; Lincoln county ! i e-'l t.i iu-1 nn :::Hil 'i;r tlio I.k.i DKK. MitnonK ! of bv all who have had their ma- rn;--.i r, t,,.,- ,.' ittioial county raper.!r , rf.mrp,i i-iiim ti;. ,,.rt. , enmes repaieii D) mm. wis work- LOCAL NOTES Have you looked over Tellefson's new goods? Ii no!', why not? "Varf nvnrtc rrrrA nit A rt c.ieap a , : Tellefson's Cash Store. C. B. Crosno and i.m-.ly drove to ; Newport yesterday to attend the state te.chen ,n,t.tute. i Mrs. Murp.y, of Sal in, visited her L: other, F. M. Stanton, and fur.ily. of this place over Sunday, Having bought the Gowell stock ' of poin-s, I am prepare.-! to gve some i lo e prices on same. Krog- stad. , The '.rains are ...

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. — 5 August 1898

gtmdtt mttk Render. Volume Vf. DIRECTORY LINCOLN COUNTY. J. I). Daly G. 12. Davis - .1. F. Ktewart Hurley I.utz J. II. Ross J. L. Hyde Geo. Umbers Z. Al. Derrick J. V. 1'arrlnh Sam' Van Pelt W. It. Wakul'eld V. A. Godwin ,-.tk TolBuperfntendent hiirvej-or owner ...rrnnmissioners Court meets on Wed Coanty Commissi n F(Jbru 'Xjuiie. August, October and December. CIRCUIT cuuiii. . ... ir.,ntnn Judge ';' l'rus. Attorney Irt'conveneson 4th Monday In July and S jlonday In January of each year. CITY OF TOLEDO. ; I 1: .' Recorder i.J.AllUin Marshal ; f.mu, j-Crosno I, Unwell Treasurer UTlllotsoa 1 Aldermen M. Starr, ir4d anil ton, I Libert rt'augh, J nncll roeote on the first Monday evening In Ub mouth. fl TOLEDO PRECINCT. mtiee of the Peace J. A. Hall J. C.Altree amiable NEWPORT. .tiMo( the I'eace .Geo. F. Sylvester nBsUble,.... W. II. Crutch Held YAQUINA. ustlce of the I'eace om'.ablo ....J.S. Booth .W.L. Watkins ELK CITY. ntlefiofttw I'euce A. B. Clark S. Alex Barktaalter LITTLE ELK. Jni...

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. — 5 August 1898

htoeoln County Leader J. F. STEWART. Publisher. TOLEDO ....OREGON fPlTOME OF THE DISPATCHES LATER NEW'.. Interesting Collection of Item From Many Places Called From the Tress Reports of the Current Week. General Brooke has left Newport News for Porto Rico. -i 1 ,' A powder mill at Elmira, N. Y., blew up, killing the owner. Two men were killed as the result of an explosion in the Coney mine, near Skykomish, Wash. The Illinois circuit court has ruled that the express companies must pay the tax on express packages. A Madrid dispatch says General Cor- rea is arranging for the reception of the Spanish troops which . surrendered at Santiago de Cuba, and preparing sani tary stations to prevent the introduc tion of diseases into Spain. , The alleged charges of bad faith against the United States attributed to Premier Sagasta are discredited by Washington authorities as inventions designed to prejudice the successful progress of the present peace negotia- llOUB. Strict neutrality is to be ma...

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. — 5 August 1898

pi V Offered Generous But Final. ot honey indemnity asked of porto Rico, One of the La- ..Ion iil a Coiiling Station In the Philippine"' and Relinquishment of Cuba Demanded. Washington. July 80. The cabinet ras8ed the president's answer to m'l peaoe proposal, and reached a ision to demand the following gen- jl conditions: Absolute sunender of Porto Kico to !e United States. Recognition of the lepemlence of Cuba, cession of one ol Ladrone islands as a ooaliDg sta and cession to the United States at least a coaling Btation in the Phil- u pinei. "r"lTlnauestion unueciueu ib winxi u.b- Uion will be made of the Philip- It can be stated that there is Iractically no difference of opinion in e cabinet on the retention of the iilippines as a whole, all the mein rs being opposed to our acquisition If these islands. There has been no Uision on the extent to which the vemraent will go in its decision re ecting the future of these islands, otitis expected the answer of the resident will express ...

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. — 5 August 1898

... i i "; i 1 1 ! I M Which Was Crazy? Two brothers from a North Mis souri county appeared at the por tals of the St. Joseph insane asylum, 1 000 one of them to be incarcerated there have been: Transportation, mobil The cost of the war to July 15 was $125,000,000. Up to that date the amount appropriated for the carrying on the war was $292,000,- Principal items, of expense as a patient, the other having him in charge as far as the asylum. They were dressed very much alike, and the casual observer on the train would not have detected signs of ization of soldiers and charter and purchase of troopships, $17,000,000; pay of officers, soldiers and sailors, $20,000,000; tents, clothing and camp equipment, $9,000,000; coal insanity in either. When the J for warships, $,000,000; strength keeper appeared each insisted that he had brought the other. The asylum man was in a quandary. He chatted with his visitors until a eningsea coast defences, $8,000,000; ordnance and arms, $8,000,000; I amm...

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. — 5 August 1898

,rfmxr - . URNITURE! , We HAVli A LARGE STOCK OF FUNnWE, STOVES, AND Louse furnishings, A tttf ffiras, Caskets and Burial Supplies Call and Sec. our stock. ASH & GAAll, Toledo, Ore. t tj ji&ffl WITHOUT tttflWO ALOWO A f-W Y'V DIFFERENT MODEUS ALU CALIBERS I KM FK0W 22 T0 S0 THEY ARE THE- II Weekly Crop and Weather Bulletin. Very warm weather, with a cloudless sky, has prevailed during the week. Harvesting is progress ing in all sections of the stste. Fall sown wheal is turning out as good as was expected, and the expecta tions were high. Harvesting of! spring. sown wheat has commenced, and that which has been thrashed shows excellent results. In sec tions of the Willamette Valley, a considerable portion of the oais has been cut for hay. Harvesting of spring-sown grain will not be gen eral for a week or more. The wea ther has not injured the grai:i crop, and some correspondents report the crop better than ever before; this appliies to quality as well as quan tity. Grain harve...

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. — 5 August 1898

Checking a Married Patriot THE studied nonchalance of the village telegraph operator as he sauntered up the main street of Gray Willow from the depot betrayed the sense of Importance with which he was inwardly swelling. This pe culiarity was quickly noted by the lit tle group of "prominent citizens" gath ered about the broad doorway of the livery stable to discuss the coming cau cus and enjoy the coolness which dis tilled from the freshly sprinkled floor. "lie walks like a man ready to open a handsome jackpot with a royal flush." remarked "Hokey" Crane, the Justice of the peace. "Say, Hi!" he called to the operator. "You can't make us believe you've got news concealed about you just by put .u" on airs. I ve about couclutied tnere ain't any war outside the newspapers. They do say its really begun, but I've yet to see any proofs of it" "Well, you just wait about an hour an' you'll believe it easy enough," re plied the operator. A half-dozen tilted chairs suddenly sought the level of t...

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. — 5 August 1898

VlhenHot ueat fli"' frot but kte,l1. co1 nnd 0" u.J.d's Surni)iirillu. Tins is good ,8,kle vou iviU nnd if you follow it. v .'nr-iaimrillii is a hrat-class sum H PiHcine. because it is so rnud for mmch, so celling to the Ijlood, so ,,'fiil to the whole body. Make no iKSke, but get only ' HOOCl S parilla America's Greatest Medicine. " j Diilc cl,re Llver llls; esy to HfjOU S nl's take, easy to operate. d as the Where Noah Kept Hi ISees. Dr. James K. Hosmer, while recently visiting Boston, had occacion to visit the new pnblio library. As he' went ' , -i a l.o rnut. VAvunrA 'Everett untne oico .. . Hale, who skeJ tne (loctor 8 eran "To consult the archives," was WV- . . ..SJ "By-the-Oy, nosmer, buiu uuctor Hale, "do you know where Noah kept bis bees?" ' "No," answered Hosmer. "In the ark hives," said the venera ble preacher as he passed out of ear tl,ot "Summer Piazza Stories" in tbe August Ladies' Home Journal. XBY ALIEN'S FOOT-EASE. i nnwder to be shaken into the shoes. At this seaso...

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. — 5 August 1898

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. V. STEWAttT.Kdltor and Proprietor. Subscription Rates: One year, - - - $1.50 bix months, - - - .75 Three months, - - .50 Entered at the postofflce ai Toledo, Oregon, as secona-ciass mail matter. Advertising rates made known on application Business locals will be inserted iu these col umns at five cents per line per week, and will be run until ordered discontinued. Every postmaster in Lincoln county is authoriz ed to act as aicent for the Leader. Official County Paper. LOCAL NOTES A. Meaker shipped another load of cattle this morning. New goods, good and cheap at Tellefson's Cash Store. State Printer Leeds passed through to the coast Wednesday. E. W. Durkee, of Chitwood, had business in this place last Wednes day. T. W. Gorman, the hardware man of Yaquina was in this city yesterday. Having bought the Gowell stock of paints, I am prepared to give some close prices on same. Krog stad. Dr. Wakefield and H. H. Glass ford drove down from Little Elk last Monday an...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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