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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 30 September 1898

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER W L. DAVIS, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year n (n.jlontns $1 50 75 50 Zimi at the postolliee ai Toledo, Oregon, as "SSSS-!1 mn matter. vertisitig rates made known on application ... 1 ...... .1 1 .. V ...... o.liiM8l03ftlSWlll uo iiinciiou in um bui- ,,miis at five cents per line per week, and will "In until ordered discontinued. ue dTo act as aitont for the Leader. Official Couritv Paper. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1898. LOCAL IN BRIEF Sam Logan was in town on busi ness Tuesday. Jess Reeder arrived from the hop atch Saturday evening. Henry Rhodes went into the Valley to work Monday morning. Frank Parker, the Oneatta mill man, was in our city Monday on Miss Daisy Pitman of Newport isited with tne wife of "Ye Editor" Wednesday. Charlie Rice went to Salem Sat jrday to remain during the fair, iid visit his parents. J.A.Stewart, the Alsea stage magnate, spent Tuesday in the otmty capital doing business. Attorney C. E. Hawkins returned Irom Portland and Albany Monday...

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. — 30 September 1898

I r. n ! i I- I j ! Ml i v V Lineoln Goofity Leader AV. L. DAVIS, E11tor. TOLEDO OREGON. EPITOME OF I HE D SPATGHES LATER NEWS. Interesting Collection of Items From 1 Many Places Culled From the Press Reports of the Current Week. Cambon, tho French ambassador at Washington, ia to be transferred to Vienna. Gomez ha9 issued a general order to the army under his command to the effect that Spaniards must have con sideration shown them, and American orders obeyed. The navy department has ordered 400 sailors to be sent to Admiral Dewey's squadron at Manila to take the place of sailors whose terms of service have expired. General Blanco has issued an order authorizing the soldiers of the Cuban army to travel unarmed on railway trains in tho provinces of Pinar del Rio and Havana. As far as new discoveries went, the expedition sent out by the university of Pennsylvania to study North Alaska from a scientific standpoint has been a failure. Three men of the party re turned to Seattle on the Ex...

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. — 30 September 1898

f IIS M M Hieir Price for Laying Down Their Arms; n GEN AGUINALDO'S aspiration Wonld Mho to Uo Governor of a lie province Hlrt Officer Also want Poitin-Bu9lne8 Booming. Manila, via Hong Kong, Sept 24. ,-Theonly impediment iu tlio way of restoring abeoluto confidence ia Agui- .1- .i,n htm informtxl Governor. ualuo, - - Genera! Merrict that, in the event of .. . n..;tn.l Stntra hnldina the Plulirv tflfl UUliu'J ,JVw-- o 1 pines permanently, or at least formally declaring a protectorate over it, hi6 fol lowers would my ciown tnoir arms, Dut until that timo it would not bo safe for him to lo so. tTHiin nil this is very thiusiblo. it is tho consensus of opinion among tho English-speaking merchants and resi wfl hum that tho rebels, and csn- ciolly Aguiual Jo, are only holding out in order to bo bought. Tho fact that duoof Agninaldo's nontenants is au thority for tho statement that an agree ment bad boen mudo with the Ainori cjd officials, by tho torms of govornoi I .1 J klr. to bo given m...

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. — 30 September 1898

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER W. L. DAVIS, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year - - - $1 50 Six Months - ,75 Three Months - - 50 Entered at the poatoiflee at Toledo, Oregon, as seuonu-citms man mailer. 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 until ordered discontinued. Every postmaster in Lincoln county is authoriz ed to act as agent for the Leader. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1898. PROPOSED SALMON LAW. The text of the bill for the pres ervation of Oregon's fishing indus. try, which will be introduced at the special session of the legisla ture, has appeared. The bill has the approval of H. D. McGuire, the state fish and game protector, the Astoria Push Club, the Clat sop county legislative delegation, and many who have large invest- prior to filing the application for Hops are climbing again. The license. Gillnet fishermen having farmers who contracted at io cents a Washington license are exemp...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 7 October 1898

Volume VI. DIRECTORY. LISCOIiN COUNTV. jUtlve, County Judge Clerk linerin hoorsaperlntendent Surveyor Aisessor Coroner .mmissioners J. D. Daly G. E. Davis .1. F. Stewart Hurley Lutz J. II. Kohs J. L. Hyde Geo. Hethers Z. M. Derrick J. W. 1'arriHh Sam'l Van l'elt W. 11. Wakefield F. A. Godwin Toledo, Lincoln County. Oregon. Friday, October 7, 1898. STATE NOTES. comity Commissioners Court meets on Wed- ApSrii!yjune, August, October and December. CIKCIUT COURT. Hon .1. W. Hamilton :--Jud,?0 "eo M.Hrow". Pros. Attorney rrt convenes on 4th Monday in July and wiirth Monday in January oi each year. CITY OF TOLKDOI , F.Jones irMa5or BE Collins Recorder Taw. Homing ..Marshal , P.Kish 7 Treasurer (;!b. Crosno, 1 i' uciuwell, J Lester IVaugh I Aldermen Starr, ( frcl Stanton Albert Waugh, J I'mmoll meets on the first Monday evening In each month. Oregon is 360 miles long, mnes wideandhasan area miles of 96,000. 1 2 75 in square 0 GOOU LODGE No. 70, Kctiekah Decree, I 0 0. Y., meets in the Odd F...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 7 October 1898

4 -A SOLDIER'S TARGET. S3 ACII man, as he signed his name on the enlistment roll, realized that vrar meant fight, and that fight meant kill. This Idea was further drilled Into us In camp; It form ed the basis of the colonel's address as we marched to the front; It brought our muskets to an "aim" as we caught sigit of the enemy for the first time. Y had become soldiers to march, light and kill. It was to be look ed upon as a matter of business, as well ns a patriotic duty. The sooner the strength of the enemy was exhaust ed the sooner we would have peace. We thought that every man In com pany "G" bad the same feeling to kill but we had not been long at the front when we found an exception. A score of skirmishers were ordered down In front of the regiment to feel the strength of the enemy In the fringe of bushes along a creek. Ambrose Davis was one of us. He was a man of 30 a plain, every day man who had laid down the tools of a mechanic to take up ttie musket of a soldier, lie was no...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 7 October 1898

MAJ. QEN. HUTTON. . Commander-in-Chief ot e " Canadian MlUtla, W General Huttou, the new corn ier ln-ctilef of the Canadian mill 0 is a soldier of wide and variod ex Ila'pncc, He has always taken u deep m tlie colonial troops, and waa wrei 'u . t ,, i Hme in cv-iii""",u "4 '4v "uuuu- .... frfP8. nt difficulty over the generalship of ret V-inn forces will In no way In- rfere with his management of the Gcn.' Hu'tou ,9 50 year3 0,1 and Ibecn in the army since be was 19. to was in act1ve 8ervlce dur-ns tho La war. At tho conclusion of this aiiipaifrn he resumed his military studies but his course was soon Inter red 'by tba outbreak of the Boer war U South Africa, whither he was sent J where he distinguished himself for bmrery Id action. He did similar work la the EOT""11 campaign, command ing toe mounted infantry In the opera tions at Alexandria and at the battle of Tekl-Keblr, where his horse was shot under Win. He has received many dec orations In token of bis splendid ser- Ile is con...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 7 October 1898

VW'ffcV WW '-VK'-Vy :; .'J 75 tt KS. 1IAEY LEWIS, wl.. .f a protrd f nont fanner, and well 1: iowa br all ' old residents ucar Dul.-r.ont, K. Y,. writes: "Foi' tv;or.:j-ccvou yea I had been acu-.taat sufferer from nervous prostra '. m, and r.aii 2arao suiaaof aioroy for doc tors and advertised romcdio3 withe-it hone fit. Tii r eo ytara ago my coc'S-ion -aa a.'irilr,g; tho least nolso would sturtio end unnerve riio. I was unable to sloe;), had a number o( stiikii.g Epulis and eiov.iy kvw v o;:io. I besnn using Dr. Ililtw' KvslcvaMve Nervine and Nerve and Liver i'ili.--.. At ."if 'the medicine seemed to have tr.i t I, b'.t after tahlug a few bottles I bean to I'.'.-x'e a change i I rested hotter at tiijrht, ray rero ute bucaa to Improvo audi rapidly gr;:v,' better, until now I am as nearly rest.:-'" In health m ono of my aire mny pxrn-f,. Or. blessDr.Milea'Xorvine." Dr. Miles Remedies are sold by all drug gists under a positlva guarantee, Erst bottle bcncSts or money re funded. Rook o...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 7 October 1898

r f. L. fllLLER, Corvallis, Oregon. Ipthing, Gents' Furnishings, Hats Caps, boots and bhoes, Trunks and Valises. E. A. Swan returned from his outing in the V .lley Saturday. Ira Miller of Newport was "gas sing" on our streets yesterday. John Matthews, of the News force, spent Monday in this city. John Forgarty.Sr. spent Monday doing business at the coun house. Mrs. Hattie Meaker caught two dozen beautiful salmon trout Mon day. George Myers and family moved its Made to Order by. High Art Tailors. lSS2iTSfMo,,4,!r- ThI- EddyvlIIe Items. ' All quiet here. P. O. Shipley has purchased a ten acre tract of land near Indepen dence and will make a habitation there for his family, at least, during the school season. Perry will con tinue to cultivate his Little Elk (ranch, however. of lots for city park reported quite a number of bids received and after full discussion it was carried to ac cept block 5 in Stanton's addition at $280, buyer to stand half the discount on warrant. Committee on pur...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 7 October 1898

Lincoln County Leader W. L. DAVIS, Editor. EDO ORE'S ON. EPI Interesting Collection of Itomt From Many Place Culled From the Free Report of the Current Week. The aped Queen Louise of Denmark died at Copenhagen. American and Spanish commission ers met and breakfasted together in Paris ThursJay. In CVSorado, forest and prairie fires have dore tremendous damage in Routt eoustr, along the Roaring Fork river, and down in the San Juan region. In addition to the troops already or dered to go to Cuba not later than Oo tober 20, there will follow four more divisions, three of infantry and one' of cavalry. Secretary Alger has returned to Washington, after his inspection of the army camps. Ho says the troops did not take care of themselves, which ac counts for their present condition. A man ha9 been arrested at Orsova charged with complicity in a plot to assassinate the king of Roumania. Tho police received timely warning and the attempt was frustrated. A phial of poison, a dagger and several ...

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. — 7 October 1898

lis Hi CI (1les Takes the Part- of the Volunteers. 1 iseasb their worst enemy rroopi DI1 Not Buffer Tliroueh Vh irOwn Fault-A Gross Insult to (50,000 Bravo Men. Chicago, Oct. 1. The Daily News' ..i.imrtnn special says that General L.. t the reception given at hia Lse'last night to hia comrades of the ?! . i -i iinnnr Tinilon. denounced ah tfjethe claim that volunteer officers iJ soldiers were uiemueiveB respunsi- .1 I- I r-v r sinm-n i(0MDe BICKHUBB llJ lira buij.B. 'Ihe volunteer troops oi me uniieu tea in the war with Spain," eaid "were as brave and as patriotic a Uv of soldiers as ever took the field jnv campaign toe world nas ever ron as gallantly as any recorded in istoiy. And yet the peril which onr olJicrs had most cause to dread was iot bullets but diBease, which swept ner our camps and destroyed hundreds iere bullets killed one. Our sol era entered into the lever-stricken -trnna as they went up the hill in the See of the enemy with a courage it devotion that must open to th...

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. — 7 October 1898

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER W. L. DAVIS, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year - - $1 50 Six Months - - 75 , Three Months - 50 Entered at the postoflice at Toledo, Oregou, as secoud-class mail matter. Advertising rates made known ou application Business locals will be inserted In these col umns at Ave cents per line per week, and will be run until ordered discontinued. Ever postmaster in Lincoln county is authoriz ed to act as agent for the Leader. Official County Paper. . FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1898. A Needed Road. Editor Leader: We have been called a crank on roads and schools and yet we cannot help saying that at pres sent time there are some roads in Lincoln county that should be opened and we have one in view now that is practically the only way a large numberM'of people have to reach the county seal to do busi ness. Ciic A novel plan for elevating the morals of Georeia has been formu lated by a well know citizen of At- that each much of the road is now made, and if the business men and m...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 14 October 1898

r H tntoin Volume VI. DIRECTORY. LINCOLN COUNTY. mint Senator G. E. Davis J. F. Btewart Hurley Lutz J. II. Ross ' J. L. Hyde Geo. ltethers Z. M. Derrick i. VV. Parrish Sam'l Van Pelt W. R. Wakefield F. A. Godwin aunty 'lrk-' " SSTaperintendent surveyor Coroner Commissioners J lUlu.. f . - - munty Commissioners i Court meets on i Wed- Vfter the I rsi muuuj " Jejune! August, October and December. CIRCUIT uuuiu. ,, J W. llnmllton ...Judge iM.J. Pros. Attorney an M, UrUHU, - utW ALU 1nnrav l, .Tlllv fltlfl rinrt convenes on im j jShlionday in January of each year. CITY OF TOLEDO. . o I..HPS. , ....unju .Mayor .f....innn Recorder iinniliiir Marsnai irh Treasurer i K. Crosno :1 ill,. Oowell, wtpr n augn Aldermen UJ1. uu..., . freil Stanton , llbert Wftugh, J ' council meets on the first Monday evening in eich month. II llturp 1 11O OOOU LODGE No. 70, Kotiekah Degree, 1) I 0 0 F., meets in the Odd Fellows hall i n ihlncitv on Tuesday evening of each week. MICH) i" JENNIE ARNOLD, N. (i. BUR...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 14 October 1898

IiinGoln Comity header W. L. DAVIS, Editor. jtoLEDO OREGON. Interesting Collection of Items From Many Plaoet Culled From the Praaa Seporta of the Current Week. Spanish authorities Bay they cannot evacuate Cuba before February. Governor "Wolcott haa been renomi nated by the Republicans of Massachu setts. General Merritt has advised the Parla peace commissioners to hold all the Philippines group. An offloial dispatch from Iloilo, Phil ippine islands, states the Spanish troops have landed and dispersed the insur gents. The Spaniards have killed 80 insurgents. Reports regarding the losses on both eides in the Leech lake Indian out break conflict, but it is certain that the soldiers havo suffered terribly, and that many Indians have been killed. During a game of cards in the Ten nessee camp at San Francisco, one of the players, Private William Bumpass, suddenly aropo frnm .he tablo, ssjvrig that he was ill, and reeling to the tent door, foil dead into the street. An autopsy showed that h...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 14 October 1898

ered "TIE tin iane. OH!, rth-38et-ie to anic near tin n ig lave beif ierj a to tect II IN 11 DAYS cmallpox Among American Troops ai manna. fYPHOlD IS ALSO PREVALENT Deaths Have Been Reported Eight the tatter Fourteen Case of from jBisllpo .Recorded. Manila, Oct. 8. There have boen 14 nf amallpox and six deaths from I atdisftee among the American troops luring tlio past two days. The dead Ufl, M. Powers, First California; a.' Wheeler, Second Oregon; Harry Culver, Fourteenth infantry; JoBepb 3alT, George Cootny and Frank War riok, Thirteenth Minnesota. Eight deaths irom typnoiu iever nave Lo been recorded. Artilleryman Reach was killed by a ientry Wednesday night at Tondo. Hawaii and Philippines. Washington, Oct. 8. Senator Mor- of the Hawaiian commission, ar rived in Washington today, and called it the White House for an hour's oon- toenoe with the president. In answer inquiries the sonator said that the , !,.-,73 c! the coTT,TT'BO'ri wnnld meet here about November 20 and pre pare an...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 14 October 1898

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. W. L. DAVIS, Editor. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1898. LOCAL- IN BRIEF J. H. Van Orden of Elk City, made this office a chatty call Wed nesday afternoon. He cared for Lester Waugh during the night. George Davis, of the Pioneer Stone Co., was in town Wednesday in company with Messrs. Wakefield land Jacobson, referred toelsewhere. Ben Jor.es visited his mining in erest on Dutton mountain Thurs day and reports that recent work has uncovered a well defined ledge. Swell things in Umbrellas and Mackintoshes. Ladies come and See Wilson's new nursery ad: iSEE- MiHEii. The Leader is all right; aint it? ' lMrs- a- elSIer ot Kernville, Jacksonville rings a curfew bellj wbo has been "'orki"S Jl1 as at 8 o'clock. I sensor's office, has finished her la- Al Waugh returned Wednesday ! bor and wiU return home in a few from Portland. da's- Miller will be in Toledo on Oct. Mr Flitcroft and famiIy of Ore 19th. Wait for him. ! g City have moved into the Hon. W. R. Ellis and family j Gowell...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 14 October 1898

ii semi tlt " ii 1, lo, n. arir it. as an in 2.HS' 176 1 s; Itik Hit, 4 II, 5n, -Dllil KS'ij 57 ft. 'm 101 t You Know Tliat we give more groceries i..Anir n r iniui anv oilier i.iia, in the city? If not it J Will.lay yo" to cl and bol COnVlIll'Bl'- MO nmwjo nine on hand fresh gooda. t FULL LINE OF Groceries, , I)ry Goods, Foot wear. Trial Order Will Satisfy You. HENRY LEWIS, vest door to rostolllce. IDT. Keeps constant! on hand all the andard varieties ui Fruit Trees, Vines and Shrubbery. CIIITWOOD, OREGON. THE WEEKLY LEADER AND THE TVVICE-A-WEEK ! DETROIT FREE PRESS BOTH I'Al'KKS ONE YEAR i-r "A 1 rtbcV f - ' KOTC C )T V iTHM ( )( ) yjL K-ytAxJ -M I V- W , INK TWH K-A-WKKK DKTKOIT Kit hi; PKKKS . wcasno introduction . Its many special arti- j s by noted writers have given it a world- wiile reputation. In short, it is one of the leanest, trigntisi aim oest papers papers pun- ihed. No lMiins or expense will be spared in : keying up its high standard. : Remember, that by tiiking advau...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 14 October 1898

THE FIRST VOTE. IL W. Corbett Received 30 Totes on& Judge Bennett 24 Forty-Ma Required to Elui. Both branches of the legislature bal loted separately for United States sen ator Tuesday. The result follows: Senate. House. Total. Corbett , 13 23 36 George 8 10 16 Williams 14 5 Dennett 6 IB 24 Ekin .. 3 3 6 Cotton 1 1 Hewitt . 1 . 1 Dunne, . 1 1 EUia... 1 1 The Oregon senatorial situation was unchanged on first joint ballot taken Wednesday. Corbett again received 86 votes and the others are divided among minority candidates rnuoh the same as tne first day. Routine In Two Boose. The routine work In both bouses Tuesday did not develop anything oi (Treat Importance. The senate concur red in the house resolution for an in vestigation of the books and accounts of the seoretary of state, penitentiary, 8oldiers' Home, state school land com tnissioners and insane asylum. Arising to a Question of privilege, Senator Fulton heatedly denied a state ment that the Clatsop delegation is in collus...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 14 October 1898

li It tee I- Scrofula . . vii nf millions, and soonr sin'! ' mi In hin disease. I I nr nlflj or-' v sores or some more complicated P To cure scrofula or . prevent it, blood with Hood's Irillu, which has a continually Sweord of wonderful cures. li :I9 Sarsa- llnlWlca'8 Greatest a-u- rpjlls cure indigestion, biliousness. parilla $1 ; six for 5. go Kindly Considerate. .m-hv ia t," tho uaring younu man , j "that your daughter still wears "Oh, I koep her aresseu iimt way, . fl'iddibus answered, with a boan- !' . . ... It U.l 1 alblnSI), DOCHUao li olio uuu juiijj nnn tieoplo wouia mm sue was t aister when they saw us together, save do wise to cencoal tho fact that .area daughter wno is tan aa a "-Cleveland Leader. Close Itange. jattjeSo you and Jack quarreled, ! rou? Ella Yes. Ho said something that iJn't like and 1 told mm wo must strancere henceforth. Unttie And did he fall on his knees ask you to forgive himr hlla ho! You bco he that is, his awere occupied at the time. Chi- ,.'0 Sews....

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. — 14 October 1898

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. W. L. DAVIS, Editor. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1898. 20 54 9 00 less $200 paid 25000 J H Lutz salary Aug & Sep 200 00 Flora Zeigler, work on roll. 54 75 J H Lutz stamps Aug & Sep 2 00 W R Wakefield work on roll 42 00 J W Parrish assessor fees . . . 162 00 Eli Gaither, deputy hire .... 9 00 J H Ross salary Aug, Sep. .300 00 " " stamps " " " " deputy hire " In matter of sale of lands bought in by county for delinquent taxes, ordered that county judge be author ized to procure sheriffs tax deed and to issue quit claim deed in name of the county. J W Parrish petition for school tax from delinquent tax sales, granted. In matter of the care of Mrs. Helms it was ordered that Com. Wakefield be authorized to contract for her keep and removal. Realestate For Sale Cheap. The following Real Estate is offered for sale cheay : Block No. one, Block No. two, and Lots 1, 2, and 3, and Lots 10, 11, and 12 in Block Three, Stanton's Ad dition to Toledo and Block Ninety in Case'...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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