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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 8 February 1894

Lincoln County Leader. J. T. STEW AKT. Publisher. TOLEDO OREGON EASTERN MELANGE. Petrified Tree Filled With Iloney Found in Florida. VERY RICH STRIKE OF GOLD ORE A Buffalo Burglar's Unique Manner of Making Things Pleasant for His Victims. Baltimore claims to have 20,000 men outot work. Cattle are (annulling in drought' stricken Texan. Many farmers in Indiana aro feeding Wheal lo their Hogs AtcIiiHoti'n earnings for the llrnt week in January decreased 1 151, (KID. Only married men aru given work by lh city authorities at Wiiltith. "coaa'faru complaining: of poachTiiir'l Kat-tern capitalists plan to invent $12, vw.uuu in noiu uiiy (la.) enterprises Special government agents are milking arrests in uKiaiioma ot timber thieves Chicago is considcrim- a nroiect of ele vated moving Hidewalks in the business district There are a largo number of newcom ers who desire to rent farms in Greene county, .Mo. The Indiana Associated i-rens lias been organized at J niliannjiolis to muke a feat ure of...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 8 February 1894

No Baking Powder Exhibited at the World's Columbian Fair Tested So High At the U.S. Gov't Examination For Strength, Purity and Uniformity As the Royal. cub,c inches of leavening gas per ounce oiu! der, wh,ch was greatly in excess of all others and more than 40 per cent, above the average. Royal is the favorite in every kitchen and has a larger sale than all others combined. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. V?y n Benign Effect of Hjosclne. Dr. Lionel Weatherly, whose nnder Btanding of the character of such alka loids will not be doubted, expresses his strong belief in the power of hyoscine as a mental alterative, declaring that be has found it particularly useful in that form of mental disturbance which ren ders the patient violent and abusive, restless and domineering a nuisance to every one who has anvthins i - . 1 iu uv nuu him. He says that under the adminis tration of repeated small doses of hyo scine such a patient becomes a changed man; violence and abusi veness give place to an amiabl...

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. — 8 February 1894

LINCOLN COUNTY, LEADER. J. r. STEWAHT.Kdiior Proprietor. nhllshed every Thursday at Toledo, Llncol County, Oregon. Subscription Kates: One year, - - - $1.50 Six months, ... .75 Three months, - .50 Adrertlilng ratei made known on application businem loaln will be innerted in theae col. utuiiB at five conta ier line perweek, and will be run until ordered discontinued. Every pontmatlerln Lincoln county la authorli ed to aot ai aitont lor the Lkiueu. Entored at the pontoffloe at Toledo, Oregon, an neronu-i'ittiui wan waiter, Part leu recti! vlnirthla naiter wtlo have not nrd red the same may know that aome friend haa ordered It for them and that they will not be vauvu upun 10 pay loril. Official County Paper. LOCAL, NOTEH, Frank Wadswortti returned from The Tillotson boys will sow ftbout a hundred acres of oats this year. S. C. Wilson, of Airlie, sends the wherewith for another year's trip for the Lkadkk. Jim Ilainar was down from Nash ville yesterday, to appear before the County court ...

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 February 1894

il T 1 .1 ... jxoucuiutr mat tnis.paper is the only one in Lincoln or Benton county that has the courage to stand for The lkadkr should be read by every tax-payer of Lincoln County. It will cost you but $1.50 a year. tw ' $j & 2 2 h -1 Q v i the common people. (jsklHCOltl . MPS DIRECTORY. wamva corvrr. joint Senntor (entity Judge i Icrk rheriff Treasurer School bupermtendent (Surveyor Assessor Coroner Commissioners) - C. B. Crosno D. P. Blue B. Y. Jones George Lamlis Henry Der.linirer t'has. Booth UB. Giileou T. E. i'arker Jas. Russell J. O. Stearns M. L. Trai-p TOLEDO. PRECINCT. Justice of the Peace instable J. A. Hall A. E. Altree CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHrRCH.-Divine services will be held under the ausi.lees of iuu lueiuouisi npiseopai i nuron as follows i lrst Sunday of each mouth at Elk lltr School ""S ' l "d ' 1- '". Second' Sundav at Toledo, in Old School House, at 11 a. ni and 7 p. in., Song services begins at ti:Si 11 m 4 hird Sunday at the M. E. Ch...

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 February 1894

Lincoln County Leader. J. F. STKWAKT, Publisher. TOLEDO OREGON THE STORMY PETRCL. Borne of theCarioua Superstitions of Old Ballon Aliout the Jllrd. One of the best known of the sea birds is the stormy petrel. It is of tenest seen during storms, flying above the waves in search of the shellfish and other small animals that are brought to the surface by the tcmiiest. The Bailors call petrels "Mother Carey's chickens" and do not view them with much favor, owing to their being constant compan ions of storms. Jack thinks that rough Weather may be expected when he sees petrols about and is not quite snre that liiey do not in some way cause the tem pest. When the bird is on the outlook for its prey, it seems to walk on the water. Hence the seumen of olden time, in allusion to the apostle Peter's walking on the water, culled the bird petrel, from the Latin Petrellus, "Little Peter." So far from the sailor's being supersti tions as to the capture of another kind of petrel the Cape pigeon whi...

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 February 1894

rri . . . : f I v I A 4 Royal !s undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public United States Government Chemist's Report. f X 4 v '4 ? 4''; y ( A i ROYM. BAKING MwDE CO. . IM tl ST. , a. Y. A T THE BEACH. Tbe waves cream up on the shlnele la the sheen of the silver moon; faint flower scents flcat anil minele: The winds in the pine tops croon. A pirl at her window sitting Wafts from her finger lips The kiss that a faroll lover Never has had from her lips. And tliedcwcrotvB heavjrwith perfume; The nijihl owl hoots in his tree; A sail gleams w hite in the darkness Where the fisherman skims the sea. Out on the lone gray sedncs The beaded drops are pearled; The robins dream in the hedges. And antrels aro watching the world. -Elizabeth Chisholm. TASTE LIFE WHILE YK MAY. " O gin t were a sodger lad. a blithe lad 1 would be. Or If a sai.or I'd been bred, right weel I'd likii tho sea; But, oil! this weary wark in tonn. It is nae wark for men loannn thole the th...

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 February 1894

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. r. STEWiHT.MItor iul Proprietor. 'julillshwl every Thursday t Toledo, Ltneol C ounty, OreKofl. ' Subscription ltates; Pneyeat, - - $1.50 Sixmonths, ... ,75 Three months, - - .50 dvertiKlntr rataa nide kn'itvn on a)l!ratton lufncKH UohIb will be liiborted In tJieM rol umuii at live htK r line H!r week, Hiid will be run until ordered discontinued. Every poRtmafiter l:i Ltnroln vnnty Is nuthorlz ei to act an uiceiu tor me i.kaiek. Entered at the poMnlfli-a at Toledo, Oregon, an necouu-ciHw man matter. Fart left repeivltiKtbl8iai.r who have not orrl f rod the name may know that mono friend hax '.NlFl It f... (llA.n .1..... U-.ll ..... 1... rll,l u,.,,t t r.MV f,.r4l ... .... ... Official County Paper. E. L. Davidson, of Newport, was jn the city last Monday. O. V. Hurt and Jas. Gaither tvere over from Siletz this week. ' Mr. Cressy, of Monmouth, for merly of Newport, was jn town to day. Judge nine went out to Corvallis pn business Tuesday morning, re (timing Wed...

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 February 1894

Remember thaTthlsmner is the only one in Lincoln or Benton county that has tne courage lo stand for Volume I. DIRECTORY. LiNcoLft cocvrt. Joint Senator - County Judge Clerk Sheriff Treasurer School Superintendent Surveyor - . Assessor - -Coroner Commissioners J - C. B. Crosiio D. P. Blue , B. F. Jones liBorge Landis Henry Denlinger inas. Booth Jos. Gidenn - T.E. Parker J as. Kussell J. O. Stearns M. L. Trapp TOLEDO PRECISCT, Justice of the Peace Constable A. E. Altree J A Hall CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES. ICTTTHnTilBT rUTCmnn r.Tn.r.n.. 1 . n - wrAu ini m n; -Divine BteJ-S11 heldun(Jer theMispices 0f jtw bTih i p k 1 as follows: tovu uiuiun at 1K Illy SScHooI c 11 a. ra. ana CiT." i i nlre Degins at 6:30 p. m. r, " - i. i uurcn, ,ewpori, at E v I?-,fnd 7 p- m: Fourtfi Sunday at Yaqnlna School House, at 11 a m mt ini lrt... -1 a i. (D: . All are cordially invited to attend. A. L. HAWLEY, rWorr ' . Addressi Toledo, Oregon. WlRST BAPTISTS. Meet every first Sunday X in each month, k U a. m. ...

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 February 1894

Lincoln County Leader. J. F. STEW AKT, Publisher. TOLEDO OREGON BESIDE THE CaV OF MCNTEREv. BeMdo the Id)" ef Monterey, When morn In on I lie mountains Whnt joy to lienr untl know not fear, Tho cry of seaborn fuuuialnsl Across the hay of Monterey The N fox, thinly drifting. The land reveals or chore conceals, Soft scenes, like magic, shifting. Bonldo the bay of Monterey How sweet to walk at even. When softened dyes from sunset skies Steal up the sapphire heavenl Along the reach of rocky beach Oh, Joy It I to follow, Where blooms tho sea nncinone In every wave worn hollow. On giant rock that fronts the shock Tho spray wet grosses glisten. Where breaks the waveou cliff and care The fiowcw bend and listen. I count (lie years by all my tears And all life's stormy wcathert Blnio fly tho lis y of Monterey We wandered, love, together. I walk aloiut ti.o chnnuliiK shore. Oh, sod nod Mrunuu It seems! And if you hear the billows ronr. You hear them but in iln-iuna. For you have slept now many...

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 February 1894

i PBS D URIXG hard times consumers cannot afford to experiment inferior, cheap brands of bak- NOW that the purity of the i I 1 i with ing powder. It is great strength and KUVAL stand out as a friend in need to those who desire to practise Econ omy in the Kitchen. Each spoonful does its per fect work. Its increasing sale bears witness that it is a necessity to the prudent it goes further. N B M-0 Grocers say that every dollar in vested in Royal Baking Powder is worth a dollar the world over, that it does not consume their capital in dead stock, because it is the great favorite, and sells through all times and seasons. nour had swung open a few inches, but to her astonishment it was fixed in that position ana she coma not pass. As yet she had been free from anv personal fear, and even now it was with a half smile at her imprisonment in the major' ftcdy that she ranj the bell and turned to the window. A man whom she rec cnized as one of the ranch laborers was ftanding a hundred feet aw...

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 February 1894

:SC; JNCpLN fcOUNTY LEADER. L i K JTk ABT.Kdltor tni Prnprl.tor. ulilinhed every Thursday ni Toltdo, Uncol . County, Oregon.' Subscription Kates: One year, - - . I-50 Imx months, - . . 5 Three months, - " . .50 Advertising rates mada kirn on npplliation Justness ,, wis will le inserted In these enl. I limns at live cents r line per week, and Mill be run until ordered discontinued. v EvetTf postmalcrln Lincoln county is authorjj- ; ed to act asiiKent lor the I.kakkk. Jlntcrcd nt the postoiilc at Toledo, Oregon as - nerand-clHss iiiull mutter. ' "JITttcS WfikrlniII.t. ........... h.. . . V , iiujmTI nu.IIHTU 111)1 II HI ?!il the same may know that sonio friend has firderpd it (or them and that they Mill not l,c 'ailed upon to pay lor It. Official County Paper. LOCAL NOTRH.. Protracted meetings closed last jiight. J1. J. Lewis was up from New- f'ort Tuesday. John Lucas, of Rock Creek, is The Rebecca C. was up after an other cargo of lumber yesterday. X Our W'aldport correspondent pre- ...

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 March 1894

L Remember that this paper is the only one in Lincoln or Benton count- that has 5;-t The ieader should be read by every tax-payer of Lincoln County. It will cost you but $1.50 a ear. jj the eouragt to stand for ji the common people. BBBB88B IS Y jj ' 1 a To LVolume I. DJRECTOll Y. LlNCULJi CtajiTY. .int Senator C. II. frofmo 1 P. lilue H. F. Joiivs Henry Henlinirer i'uas. liooih Jos. (iidv'on - T. K. Parker - Jus. Russell J. 11. Sttirrns M. L.Trp .,nt- Judge Jit -.lerifr ;,siirer - ..kool Superintendent inrrtyor isessor oroner OTinisslonersj TOLEDO PRKClXCT. o-jiai of the.Pcaee. .'onsisblc. ' J. A. Hall A. K. Altree CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES. 51 ETII0D1ST EPISCOPAL ClU ItclI.-Hivine sendees will be held under the auspices of First Sunday of each month at Kile City School ifouse at 11 a. m. and 7 p. in. Second' Sundsy be Metnoaisi tpiscnpai ourrn as follow it Toledo, in uio f-cnool House, at 11 a. m. and n. m.. Sows Servian Inins at fi:Su i. m. Third Sunday at the M. K. Church, Newport,...

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 March 1894

Lincoln County Leader. J. F. STEWART, Publisher. ' TOLEDO OREGON A PFCUUAH CASF. A Tlraln Tran.f. r That Uesnlleil In Auto! rid lliittery. The city editor of a iiewmnper which em ploys tin- services of mi chic i-prising young man a fii'tiid of mini ton small amount one any to investigate a strange ioi j wuiuu nan come flown over the tele- pnone trom the ionrt.-mtb Ward boHpital, lie gave the young man an order on the ctisnier lor Ills car fare. Having exchanged that for 10 centi," worth of malt extract with a pentP-miin on William street, my friend walked up to the Fourteenth ward. He passed lib credential In to the chief surgeon at the hospital and was admitted. "What is this ease you told us nU.iitt" he asked. borrowing the chief surgeon's Kiirie losniirpi'ii ins pencil. "Vou haven't mum; a successful operation, have your" Worse than that," replied the chief sitr- nam. minutely worse. A young man iiumeu JHIIW1I WHS "Got his first porter. nnincf" queried the re "No. lie was". "A Ke...

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 March 1894

y You want the Best Royal Baking Ponder never disap points; never makes sour, sojmy or husky food; never spoils good mate rials; never leaves lumps of alkali in the biscuit or cake; while all these things do happen with the best of cooks who cling to the old-fashioned methods or who use other baking powders.' If you want the best food, Royal Baking Powder is indispensable. ROYAL BAKINft PnwntD rn . ...... T liiichcn Steam Is Unit. Specialists on throat diseases are he-Mr,-mm,' to take unusual interest in culinary methods. They advise a kitchen quaran tine on wnsli days and boiled dinner day., giving us a reason that the steam from boilniK clothes and pickled meats that, re quire much heat produces manv illnesses of the respiratory organs ami aauravates slight or chronic diseases of the nose throat and lungs. Patients are advid to vacate apartments having dark or ill ven tilated kitcTiens. and to keep all babies and ailing children out of the kitchen when cooking is goina on. Exchang...

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 March 1894

u" "" i Published every TpuraJay at Toledo, Llaco j County, Oregon. - . Subscription Rates: Due year, ... rix months, - r Three months, 75 5Q Advertising rat made known on sijplic&tion dusineseioaiswiii i tns-rted in these col-' J nmns at five cents iter line iter week, and wll lie run until ordered discontinued. fiver? postmaster in Lincoln county is author! i ed to ftflt as agent (or the Lkioek. Entered at the postofttce at Toledo, Oregon, as second-class mail matter. Parties recei vintr this paper who have not ord -ired the same may know that some friend hat: ordered it for them and that they will not be ijalled upon to pay for.il. Official County Paper. LOCAL NOTES. P. McCormick, an Indian In jector was at tle agency this week.' . Mrs. J, A, Bacon, of Monroe, is yisitiug her sister, Mrs, Wadsworth, near this place. M, J. Allphin was down from Little Elk Tuesday attending the pemocrfic committee meeting. The eleven mill rake down is to jie called a "sinking fund,',' ' An extr...

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. — 8 March 1894

.41 iSf :ST k" t- Remember that this paper, j is the only one in Lincoln j or Benton county that has the courage to staqd fpr the common people,' . n J i -1 Volume II. DIRECTORY. LINCOLN COCKTT. Joint Senator . - ocmcy Judge ";lerk . . AherilT Treasurer School Superintendent Surveyor - . . Aesenaor Coroner Oommigalonerii C. B. Croano . D, P. Bine t B. F. Jones Geortre Landis Henry Ltenlinger- unai. nootn Joa. Gideon T. E. Parker J a. KiMnell J. O. Steams - M. L. Trapn TOLEDO PRECINCT. J ustice of the Peace Nonstable J. A. Hair A. E. Altree Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregog, Thursday, Mgrch 8, 1894. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES. . "JETH0DI8T EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Dirim services win re neia under tbe auspices the aietnodlst Episcopal Church as followt First Sunday W eaoh mouth t Elk City. Rchot House at 11 a. tn. and 7 p. m. Second Hundr at Toledo, in Old School House, at 11 a. m. a 7 p. m., Song Services begins at 6-30 p. i ' "hlrd Sunday at the M, E. Church, Newport, 1 a. in. and 7 p. in. Fourth...

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. — 8 March 1894

i IS r !,REIGX FLASHES. Nrnade a frontier agree- ' t-s, . "timates a deficit "i. stirred up v " Jiave been 'lent. re in an '.feints. until in EASTERN MELANGE. Withdrawals From New York Savings Banks in 1893. GOLD IN SOUTHERN MISXESOTA. t. 'J ut-y were Lh in jya- IICS 'kIi o( a re The Kaunas PopolistH to Introduce a Novelty in the Coming Political Campaign. FATE OF A 6AMOAN HERO. A HOUSEWIFE UNION. lei? Jit if llllllXlt ijili lake. , .:n was :ijMH ami tuaccom. Ctrttffiko trilie. ' v enter the region 'O'VjU-avlu; I.uko Hu ...JrVed 'along the Tubba y i. Ilocxpoctii to be.ab .i'litccn nionttiCvlIe will ilnn his young servant, (jN'go ,11, whit accompanied lilui tlironh Vhiiiund. Mr. Chimler it full of - knn1 will irn fully eoiitnped for hi Mloua enterprise, which 1 expected to have tncmt interesting unil valuable re , lullH. Philadelphia Louder, v t A Tm Duckling. V The extraordinary it!it of a duckling that him JiiMt shod It shell following young woman ulsiut tho houso with till the aff...

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. — 8 March 1894

i i j i .TV. 1 I f 1 ... vis A- t v Highest of all in Leavening Power. L ABSOULTTELY PURE Cap and Coun In English 1'iilven.ltles. By the regulations of both Oxford and Cambridge universities, cap and gown are to be worn after dark, and a proctor walks about the streets in the evening, accom panied by four "bulldogs," to see the regu lation is carried out. If he meets a man whom he thinks may be an undergraduate without a gown, the bulldogs are nio tionud to stop the wrongdoer, who is po litely requested to give his name and col lege and fined five shillings next morn ing. At Cambridge it is the custom almost invariably to wear cap and gown at night, and a very sensible custom it is. At Ox ford it is not so; usually every one but the "Timid Freshman" despises the risk in curred and goes without, though some times for awhile the fashion turns, and it becomes "the thing" to be seen in them. Umbrellas, however, ore at Oxford always permissible when in academical costume, as caps and gow...

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. — 8 March 1894

.A iries readers J present ylemtutary ,.fnse party waa frs. K. Dedriclc vciung Uy tUcirmaiiy The evening wait ' very ocmbly Hpent in social games, music and dancing. ' .We notice by the' Corvallls Times last week tlmt Marsh Siihpson bf V.k City, has been out to Cor- vailin joshing the boys Out' there on the county seat question. Marsh Is an ' inveterate joker. Mr. Van Horn, recently a brake- man on the Oregon racific. )Jio ..vas injured a few months ago by tin nccuieut nar loieiio nas heen ap- lointed" coiidiictor of the new Al any street car train. ' 9 At tho annual school meeting j10'1' at tnc sl'bool house 'last Mon day, O. A. Hooker was elected .director for a term of three ).eur!i pud ,T. r. l'ish'wns elected clerk for a jerrn of one year. J. O. Carter has trailed for the I'ym place at Storrs, and hits turned fioruy-handcd farmer. He estpectu to larin lor a tune ami lay up lilUHigh provisions to enable him to work a while longer for the O, 1', J The ileniocrats are, talking of ...

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 March 1894

ft V Tal 1 T. Remember that this paper is the ouly one in Lincoln or Berjfon county that has the courage to stand for the common people. I Volume II. DIRECTORY. LIMOLN COHiTT. nt Senator - - CP. Crosno B. P. Blue B. F. Jones George Landis Henrv Uenlinger ('has. Booth Job. Gideon - T. E. I'arker Jas. Russell J. O. Stearns M. L. Trapp "Clerk u f "erifT m. wnnf waaooI Saperinteudent fjurveYor . Assessor .Coroner - . Commissioners J - TOLEDO PRECIXIT, fy ' Justice of the Peace TI Constable- J. A. Hall A. E. Altree CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES "iCTJTHODlST EPISCOPAL CIU'RCH.-THvine services will be held under the aupices of he Methodist Episcopal Church as follows: First Sunday of each month at Elk City School Honse at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Second Hundav t loledo, In Old School House, at 11 a. m. and p. m., Song Services begins at 6:8ti p. m. Bird Hundav at the M. K. I'hnrrh. Npwin.rt, n 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Fourth Sundar at aqtilna fichnol House, at 11 a. m.: at Mill Pour at 3 p. All are cordi...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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