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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 15 March 1894

. i . r . i i . Mm louniy Leader. J. F. DIKWtKT, Publisher. TOLEDO OREGON THE WIND OF THE DEAD MEN'S FEET. Oh, "wind of Hi dead iimm fret," blow softly Disturb nut thou llielr rest. Why should ye waken litem frum quiet timber Within earth's toll worn breast? Hie day will coma when, like a mighty ocean Which rolls from pole to p Resistless thou wilt sweep the nations over. And then must every soul Prepare tc meet the One, who, following after, Appearctb in the eal. And wakcnetb all men from death's dreamless slumber, The greatest and the least. lo, "wind of the dead men's feet," blow softly. Until shall dawn that day When, strong and terrible, thou wilt give warning That all things pass away. Florence Peacock In London Academy. Napoleon's Hats. Careful Inquiry ling lel to the discov ery that there are no fewer than nine of Napoleon l's huts still In existence. A writer in The Vio CoiitctiiKiriiiiii) gives a list of tin-in. One in in the posM-gsiou of Mine. Chiitto,-whose grandfather,...

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 March 1894

Highest of all ia Leavealng Power.- ABSORTTELY PURE Am Llrrtlon t:.frlinre. A private letter from h little Illinois towu tells of the rectnt election, when women asserted their voting privileges. It was iimusiiig. now that I think of it." says the writer, "the way in which we were manipulated by a pair of clever women. Thirty of us met at the towu hall in caucus, and iu a short time we were unanimous for the candidates of th vp two leaders. They talked and I and i;liUeriii;,My generalized with .se of old hands, and my husband d well at me when 1 confessed nt that I had voted for B. when 1 had . . ..itedly stated my not-to-be-persnad-ed-from intention to vote for A. Nest year 1 shall work hard to preserve my individuality. Evidently we women will have to become educated to withstand the whee di :s of the other side. I am truly ashamed that I should have been bo soou talked over.'" Ha IMcked tlii Men. A prominent Methodist clergyman, who now resides in San Francisco, tells this incide...

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 March 1894

r .10 A t ' r 'aded o m' li 1 ' 'IP is orr-- rua -1 1 i 6ln county leader. . DTKWUKT.MIUf U4 Proprietor. "uMtRhelY6ry Thursday t Tolt'l.i, Unoulu , comity, vjrKoq. Sulibcriptivu llates; One year, - - $1-50 Rix months, ... .75 Three months, - .50 vrti.tK r.te lui.ie kn-,n ,,n .,piiPtl.,n .1Uli.cl..-llll I inwrtert ! ihew j 11 t tive ceiitu r line r week, nml will ' bo run until r.iere.iiioi.iiuue. , f'iT.'r!ll uth-.n. Filtered at the Mti(!l(e m T'.lHo, Oregon, ft nofitud-i'Iiidfl inntl mutter. ' Officitil County paper. LOCAL NOTI2H. Last Satuarday and Sunday were riome what breezy. A few land seekers Ijave made them apearance in this county.' A. L. McFadden and W. R. Wakefield started to attend the pop ulist stale convention at Oregon City which convenes there; today. Rev. Wallace, who recently hld revival services in this place, is now assisting in conducting revival services at Monroe. About seventy ive conversions have already been jmarte. . Last Monday town 12, range 10, km throw...

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 March 1894

c-r Remember that this paper is the only one in Lincoln or Benton county that has the courage to stand for the common people. tiiiiii The l.KADBH should be ,; read by very tax-payer of :! Lincoln County, Zt will I cost you but $1.50 a year. HP. 1 : . 1 Volume DIRECTORY. UTOLN lOOiTY. ' oinl Sena!tr "'mm? JiuU'C '.erk ' --neriiT i reaT.rer "hm.l Siiorinten(lent : ineyor oruner Commissioners j - V. B. Cros: 1. 1. Ulue - . II. F. Jones Ueori:e Laudis Henry ,enlini:er ( has. Htmih .!(!!. Ciiileon - T. K. I'Arker J. 0. 5 I earns M. L. frapp TOLEDO I'RKl INCT. 1 lsiire of the Peaee tnatab'.e J. A. Hall A. i:. Altree CHl'KCHES AM) SOCIETIES. M'ETHOPIl EPISCOPAL CHrnrH. Services i wilt be UeUi under the ausi'es of the ' ethodit KplHiopal church as follows: First - inday in each month at Elk City schiol house ". 11 a. nt. ami p. in. Second nnu tnurth Sun Uys at Toledo, at H a in. and 7 p. m. Third - utday at Mill Four st-hool house, at 3 p. m. v 11 are cordially invited to attend. A. L. HAW'...

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 March 1894

A Lincoln County Leader. J. F. STEWART, Publisher. TOLEDO ..OREGON A DEFENSE OF THE LIAR. The Position In Society, Politics and Com merce of the Prevaricator. For many years the wise men have in sisted npon the importance and beauty of troth. We read that all the glorious and lovely productions of the arts de pend npon the truth as npon a solid and enduring foundation. We read that poetry and beauty rest upon the con genial substance of truth as a statue upon its pedestal. But the man has not as yet arisen who has given the other tide of the question justice or yielded due praise to the efforts and worth of liars. We respect and revere the truth. We adhere to it in theory and in practice a thing rare in the adherents of mere opinions but we believe in justice though the heavens fall, and in all the good, old fashioned axioms. In all truth, however, to speak paradoxically, the liar, as an element of practical ad vancement, has been too long ignored. It is time that the pen and the br...

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 March 1894

1 Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report iw&flrT ABSOLUTELY PURE Rapid. There are some books which requira pnr ticulur ai tention from the reader, but there is a young man in a New England city who, to judge from ids own statements, finds nothing to check the speed with which he reads, even in the most difficult books. "Everything is easy reading to me," he remarked cheerfully to a friend. "Now, people call 'Euclid's Elements' almrd hook. I've heard 'em say so. But I dcn't. I read it through from beginning to end, sir, yes terday in a piece of the- afternoon between dinner and supper." "Read all Euclid in one afternoon!" ex claimed his friend. "How was that possi ble?" "Upon my honor, I did it," returned the young man, with a broad smile of self saw isfaction, "and I never read smoother read ing in my life." "Did you master all the demonstrations and solve all the problems as you went?" inquired theother.with natural incredulity. "Demonstrations and problem...

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 March 1894

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. 4. K XTt:VAI(T,K.lltOT anil Prnrltor. Subscription Rates: Due year, - . isix months, , " . '..Three months, $1.50 75 50 AdvertlslhK ralen mmle known on application iminewi lo xiln win i i6rll In tliew ool ' uuum at 11 vo oentu ier line per week, antl will be run until ordered dlMoiitliiued. f.very postmniter In I.tnooln noimtv in autnuriz ed to Hot aa agent lor the I.kai.kk. Jinteret) at the pn.tofllpe at Toledo, (ir-won. an Keuoml-olans mall matter, . . pfficial County Paper. LOCAL NOTES, E. J, Lewis is up from Newport tt,av:, Next Wednesday is republican primary day. Tomorrow is Good Friday plant your potatoes. B. F. Jones was on the sick list a part of the past week. Miss I'.ffie Crosno will leath a spring term of in the Slorrs or Logan district beginning the firstpart of April. Eli Oalther has been,' employed 10 let c 11 11 in let: mourn k Iviih ii fchool at Chitwood and will begin pn April 2nd. We would give this nice weather a local, but we are afraid th...

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 March 1894

'VV K Remember that this paper is uie only one in Lincoln or Benton county that has the courage to stand for the common people. The deader should be read by every tax-payer of Lincoln County. It will cost you but $1.50 a year. 9-A . f fa I Ife-..- i fc. Fs t .i . , J i 'i TL BlB.B Jb B BS. Sf A JL v it it I n Volume II. DIRECTORY. LINCOLN (OINTY. -t.:i:itor .h-.dire t . It. crnsno n. r. nine II. F. Jones tieoro 1-umlis Henry lienltnser I'hns. Booth 'os. (Jideon - T. :. l'arker Jus. Kussell .1. O. Stearns M. L. Trapp -h4-r -eh., -u, v A -m- -uperinteiidant T(H, tin) the l'eacc 'ItKrIXtT. .1. A. Hull E. Altree II URCHES AM) SOCIETIES. v in iii'iiisi'Ki'iscoi'Ai.ciinu'ii.-PerviPcs will Ik! hold under the auspices of the 'li'tii ..lt-t Kniheopal church as follows: First SniMiiiy in eiu'h mouth at Klk City school house i ! 1 1 I1..'', ami 7 p. hi. Second anil Fourth Min ilay in Toledo, at 11a. in. anil 7 p. m. Third. SoMtjiVitt Mill 1'onr scliooi house, at it p. in. All me cordially invi...

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 March 1894

r Lincoln County Leader. J. F. 8TKWAKT. Publisher. TOLEDO.. OEEGON VhRY FAST TRAVELING. rhe New of the Hanging or Deeming la Australia Outran the Ban. An Interesting instance of the magio of ihe tclegmpli, nn illustration of the way it an annihilate space, outrun the sun and perform mystifying jugglery with old I'ime's hour glass and with the calendar, tnd an object lesson in everyday science ire afforded in connection with the execu tion of the sentence of Murderer Deeming la Australia. Deeming was hanged at 10:01 a. m., and the news and details of the txecutton were read by the readers of Horning papers at the early breakfast table, and even iwfnv Hnvi,......!, .t.n. - - - ... . nn win uay. B the execution had been on any other day no ucna wuuiu nave oeen printed In the tvening papers the day previous to that of the execution, frir t.h numnf ll,.,.:,,). death was received in New York before 9 o'clock on Sunday evening, apparently thirteen hours hernrit lm Wiiu linniroit Tim news w...

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 March 1894

'TpHE U. S. Government Chemists have reported, after an examination of the different brands, that the ROYAL Bak ing Powder is absolutely pure, greatest in strength, and superior to all others. ROYAL BAKING POWDER COMPANY, 106 WALL ST. NEW-YORK. -AT. .TTfV.yT CcncriU (irunt I-iht-,1 Corned licet. "I wi!3 stcwaid ut the Palmer House," aid Paul Gores, "when the ex-president stopped thereon his return from I he tour of the world. One noon I was nil but stu pefied at seeing General Grant creep in at he kitchen door as though escaping from ome one. 'I am sorry to trouble you.' be said, as though asking a great favor, 'but may I have n little corned beef and rab bager' 'Why, certainly,' I replied. 'But shall I not send it to you out in the dining room!' 'No,' lie answered, 'I'll eat it right here if you let me sit down at thnt table.' 80, 1 cleared away a place on the rough board table, where the cook had been fix ing the meat, drew up a stool, and the way be got away with that corned beef...

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 March 1894

i '. i-rTiiT--nmfBaTya"'1'a LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. K. MKIIAHT,Kdltor and Proprietor. $!?g&!!,naar .lo, Lincoln Subscription Hates: One year, - . . x ,Q - -75 .50 Six mouths, Three months, Atlvcrtlnliiir rutcs made known on application Huslneaslo-alpiwlll i6 iimertcil In there pol lings at live renin per line pur weak, anl will be run tin ill ordered dim-oiuiiiued. Every poHtmnmerln Lincoln ponntviR author!. ed to act ac iiuent lor the I.kaukk. Entered ut the pontofllpe ni Toleilo, Orcxon an seeond-olHSH mail nmtter. Officml County ltiper. LOCAL NOTICS. The steamer Volanla is making regular trips between Yaquina and Newpoit. . The Homer arrived in this morn ing with a usual cargo of freight and passengers, Renus Arnold and Ered Stanton Eire up at Elk. City this week work ing on the pile driver. L. W. Deyoe and Jas. Dixon will represent Elk City precinct in the republican county convention. . Odber Lewis had the misfortune to cut his left hand quite severe, Xvhile chntininrr wn...

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 April 1894

v Remember that tbis paper is the only one in Lincoln or Benton county that has the courage to stand for the common people. V, 'J: The lvEADER should be read by every tax-payer of Lincoln County; It. will i cost you but $1.50 a year. J UU4 uiJ Volume II. Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Thursday, April, 5 1S94. Number 5. tncmn i I DIRECTORY. LXSWVS COl'STY. Joint Senator Founty Judge Clerk Sheriff Treasurer Heboid Superintendent Surveyor Assessor Coroner Commissioners! " C. B. Crosno D. P. nine II. F. .tones George Laud is Henry Denlinger Chus. Kooth Jos. oideon - T.E. l'arker Jhs. liussell J. O. Steams M. L. 'frapp TOLEDO PKECIXCT. Justice of the Peace tonstable J. A. Hall A. E. Altree CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES. itrETIIOpISTEPISCOPALCHrRCH.-Servlces i" will be held under the auspices of the . Methodist Episcopal church as follows: First Strii'lr.y hi eHch month at Elk City school house at 11 a. in. and 7 p. m. Second and Fourth Sun rtnys at Toledo, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Third Sunday ...

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 April 1894

Lincoln County Leader. J. F. 8TKWAKT, Pnbll.her. 1018:1)0 OREGON WARNED BY HIS DEAD WIFE. ATolce That Came In the Night mod Saved Girl's Lira. 'NTW,,.my frlend Mr- So-and-so had entirely different experiences that convert ed him," continued the gentleman. "One night, many years ago, he and big family retired, fchortly after miduight be was awakened by the voice of his dead wife, who said, 'Gas, quick.' He thought it was imagination and lay awake thinking about It for some time. As he was dozing off the voice came again, 'Gas, quick, quick,' with more imperativeness. 'Well ' thought my friend, as ho sat up in bed, that surely was my wife's voice, but I was Just dozing oil to sleep, and I may have imagined it. I will stay awake, now so that just then the voice came again with greater sternness, saying in an imperative way, 'Gas, quick, quick, quickl' My Wend waited no longer, but jumped from his bed and rushed to the rooms on the second floor where big daughters were sleeping. There w...

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 April 1894

V TPURING hard times con sumers cannot afford to experiment with inferior brands of baking powder. It is NOW that the great strength and purity of the ROYAL make it indis pensable to those who desire to practise economy in the kitchen. Each spoonful does its perfect work. Its increasing sale bears witness that it is a necessity to the prudent it goes further. ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW YORK. Country ItoyH Muke Good Soldiers. Within u year past the recrnitiiif; Hag has ieen hnng out in many of onr New England towns and villages by officers of the regular army detailed for the pur pose of gathering volunteers to fill up the ranks of Uncle Sam's forty regi ments of infantry, cavalry and artillery. Once recruiting stations were maintained or.ly i'l like New York and Boston, but the material secured there was not of the best. Secretary Proctor had an idea that the country youth were better qualified, morally, mentally and physically, for a soldier's life than the dregs of...

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 April 1894

X LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. 1. V. BTKWABT.MItor .,d Proprietor. fouyd(eSnTbUrSday " Toledo, Lincoln Subscription Rates: One year, ... Six months, ... Three months. $'50 75 50 Advertising rate, made known on application BSSeS Official County Pap er. LOCAL, NOTES. Billy Watkins Was up from Vaquina Monday. Geo. Hodges was. in from Drift creek this week on business. What has become of the Toledo band? You ought to get in train ing for the campaign boys, Some of the boys evidently be iieve in having plenty of light on the subject. joe Turnidge started to teaching the spring term of school in the Parrish district last Monday. The Rock creek country is grad ually settling up. Tlie opening of the spring marks the advent of ui.tt.KM iicv seiueis lino mat felon;. , J. H. Maine, walked tip from Newport last Friday, and dropned In long enough to give us a cheer ful bit of chat. Call again Mr. Maine; , The Volanta made a trip up the hver to this place Tuesday, bring ing up some of the delegates to ...

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. — 12 April 1894

Emmhj 17, Remember that this paper is the only one in Lincoln or Benton county that has the courage to stand for the common people. The deader should be read by every tax-payer of Lincoln County. It will cost you but $1.50 a year. ST Volume II. Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Thursday, April, 12 1894. Number 6. uohi 5- '..j i DIRECTORY. LINCOLN COl'NTY. Joint Senator County Judge Clerk Sheriff Treasurer School Superintendent Surveyor Assessor Coroner Commissioners! " - C. B. Crosno D. P. Blue B. F. Jones George Lundis Henry Denlinger Chas. Booth Jos. (ildeon T. K. Parker Jas. Russell J. O. Stearns M. L. Trapp TOLEDO PRECINCT. Justice of the Peace Constable J. A. Hall A. K. Altree CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Services will be held under the auspices of the Methodist Episcopal church as follows : First Sunday in each month at Elk City school house at 11 a- m. and 7 p. m. Second and Fourth Sun days at Toledo, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Third Kundav at Mill Four scho...

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. — 12 April 1894

Km Lincoln County Leaden'SlLVER BILL VETOED.' i i J. F. STEW BT, Publisher. TOLEDO OEEGON MATERNITY. Mother of God. what is thy thought tonight. nm ma ucar, pattern luce looks down to the, Moist with the dewb of unguessed agony? Hast thou ths prophet's ecstasy of sight. To scan afar the world's noontide of lightT Art thou rejoicing in the Joy to be? Perchance, but oh that trembling minor key. The mother's heart still clamoring for lie right "Give me my child, if all the world most die." And through the shadows of the scene of death Streams morning sunshine from the former years; Upon thy breast the smiling babe doth lie, And all the happy days in Nazareth, Break on thee through the blinding mist of tears. J. R. Campbell tn Youth's Companion. ITALIAN FISHERWOMEN. They Toll Unremittingly That Their Has bands May Live tn Idleness. The chief feature of the dress of the women of the Italian coast fishers Is a double skirt, the lower portion of which hangs rather scnntily about their nnkl...

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. — 12 April 1894

Highest of all in leavening strength. latest U.S. Got. Food Report ABSOLUTELY PURE Economy requires that in every receipt calling for baking powder the Royal shall be used. It yill go further and make the food lighter, sweeter, of finer flavor, more digestible and wholesome. i 3 i ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Italnlug Catii and Dogs. Mirny explanations have been given of .6 origin of the expression "raining its and dogs. " One is thut it is u per jrsion of the French "catadonpe" a oterfall "it is raining a catadonpes," cptaracts. Another explanation is mt the male blossoms of the willow ee, which are used on Palm Sunday to ipreseut the branches of palm, were llled "cats and dogs" in noine parts ! England, where they increase rapidly ter a few warm April showers, and le belief prevailed that the rain brought iem. Others trace the saying to northern lythology, in which the cat is said to are great influence on the weather, od sailors still have a saying, "The cat as a gale of wind in her ...

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. — 12 April 1894

v. 1 Ma wis :M.f V &f tir- .re: 'U ait--. isan.V oill f kit le a .5 .- !. I i ..vli ; t r pvf M .5 !- t ' j CtlC , : ; .'( V"' won ; i t ' . ' li. J v t I M . t S "( I V i M 1m tn "111., !!fV" ' (;M , ; a i! LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. F. STKWART.Kdltor and Proprietor. 'couSn?"4'' at Toledo' Linco,n Subscription Kates: One year - . . $ Six months, . . . 50 Advertising rates made kn own on application m1f."i,Io,"wlU in"er,e1 n the! - "." uimreu (JlHCOlllmued se Pol and will Every postmaster in Lincoln nountv is authorlz. ed to act as aifent ior ihe Leader. autnorlz- t0!.rtdaotir1iTa5!';,L?taari edo or- mer- Official County Paper. LOCAL, - NOTES. Harry Fant goes lame over one of Job's comforters, which has ap peared on his knee. John Batt and family, ot New port, have removed to Ashland, Oregon, for the benefit of Mrs. Ban's health. The Steamer Homer arrived at Yaquina Saturday and left again Tuesday. She continues to do a good business both ways. A delegate to today's convention wa...

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. — 19 April 1894

WMtttp The iadek should be read by every tax-payer of Remetr,rcr that this paper is the only one in Lincoln or Ben ton county that has the courage to stand, for the common people. mttca Lincoln County. It will .i r..j.-i cost you but $r.5j a 3ear. fit m r II. Toledo, Liticolri County, Oregon, Thursday, April, 19 1894. Number 7. r mmv. DIRECTORY. LINCOLN COIISTY, joint Senator Bounty Judge Clerk ... Bheriff -Treasurer -School Superintendent purveyor Assessor- . Coroner Commissioners J C. Tt. Crosno D. P. Mue B. F. Jones George Lamlis Henry l)euHuger Chas. llooth Jos. Gideon - T. K. Parker Jtis. Russell J. O. Stearns M. L. Trapp TOLEDO PREC1XCT. ustlee of the Peaee J. A. Hall A. E. Altree instable tfHURCHES AND SOCIETIES. if ETH0DI9T EPISCOPAL CHU RCH.- -Services Will hn hpld under the auspices of the Methodtst Episcopal church as follows: First n J 1 .... A,, mnntl. fit fit.. Blltliinl hoMOA BUiiuay 111 mwii" pv Jm . m .ndf n m. Second and Fourth hun- itava at Toledo, at 11 a. m. and...

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