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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 19 April 1894

Lincoln County Leader. J. Ft 8TBWAKT. Publisher. TOLEDO OREGON AN ILLINOIS PIONEER. Tk Father ufthe Stat Vnivtmlty Ii Held la II luti Kiteem. Among the Doted nonagenarians of th west few are held in higher esteem than Professor Jonathan B. Turner, the father of the State University of Illinois, who set tled in Jackson ville in 1833 as a professor in Illi nois college, and who still lives in that city, enjoying a serene old aice. Chicago in those days was a mere collection of rude log huts, and dur ing the first year of Professor Turner's residence in the country he went there and saw the 3. B. TURNER. bargain concluded by which the Pottawatomie Indians sold to the government for 3 cents an acre the iand where tho Lake City now stands, which price, by the way, has never yet been paid. Professor Turner was born in Templeton, jhuhi., uec. I, isuri. ills rather was a farm er whose sons all knew what hard work meant. Jonathan was given a deed of the paternal farm when he was 18 years old...

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. — 19 April 1894

I DWIGGINS' BANKING METHODS. KATIE GOT STRUCK ON THE STAGE. A MOTHER S OPINION. ft Take no Substitute for Royal Baking Powder. It is Absolutely Pure. All others contain alum or ammonia. Artist ami Amateur. A critic, who was recently asked to ; defino tho lino between artist and ama , teur, Etntcd that an amateur's sketches ; were labored and finished np to invite favorable criticism, whilo the artist's S sketches were broad and nnfinished, ; suggesting much to himself only. ' Could not tbe dividing line be better ; defined? Tie nmount of time spent on ' a sketch often depends upon opportn i nity. When the time is not needed else . where, one quite able to sketch in the ' boldest, most rapid style may prefer to go on and produce a picture, trusting to the inspiration of the present rather than of the future, and to vitiion rather than memory. If something greater is to be subsequently developed from the work, it will be no less suggestive be cause of its finished character. ", It may...

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. — 19 April 1894

if!- t !v s t V-.'V Til' (. 1 an,.' : i is iaf ! . al . y. V v: Ollls . 4 f la ; I.1?.' t- tel. worl j ; 1 ! ' I'-'i M; iff 5 r ; 1. :;! 1.' t. V. TKWjtKT,Mitor mm Proprietor. nMI-hed everjr Tburvlar at Toledo. ConDtjr, Oregon. Uneoln Subscription Eates: One year, ... Six months, ... Three months, $1.50 75 50 AavertWng rate made known on application 6?,i.e.i.,0r?1 w"1 'n"-! In thew col Jimtn at five penn tr line per week, and will U run until ordered dlacootlnned trerr poMmuterln Lincoln county U aatborlz ed to act at agent lor the htkhtL J.1! the PtrlH at Toledo, Oregon, an econd-cUu mail matter. Official County Paper. LOCAL NOTES. Daily Oregonian on sale at this office. 5 cents per day or 25 cents per week. Our fishermen are now bringing p some very fine strings of trout -Mort. Louis and Wm. Ennis Were up from Newport last Mon- Say. It is reported that F. M. Stanton will start a livery stable in Toledo this summer. Dr. Carter was called to Newport uy te.egratn to attend a case 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. — 26 April 1894

Remember that tB is paper is the only one in Lincoln or Benton county that has the courage to stand for the common peo, 3le. The wsadur should be read by every tax-payer of Lincoln County. It wiJl ; n I -. . . 1 . ' mm -usi juu uut 1.50 a year. rfV-7i. a. . Pi My i Volume II DIRECTORY, Joint Fcinto Oianty Judtrer Clerk -Sheriff Treasurer -Hohool Superintendent Burveyor -Assessor Coroner Commissioners! " C. I?, f'rosno U. r. blue II. F. Jones (eorge Landis Heury Denllnger Chas. Booth Jos. Gitleon T. E. Parker Jhb. Kussell J. O. Stearns AI. L. Trapp TOLKDO l'UECINC. Justice of the Ftace Constable J. A. Hall A. t! Altree CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES. METtiorWT nriscoi'A!. rurnrH.-Pervipes will be held linger the auipifcs of the Methodist Episcopal church as follows: First Hundny in each mouth at Elk city school house at U a. m. and 7 p. m. Second and lourth Sun days at Toledo, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. 111. Third htuiduy at Mill Tour school house, at 3 p. ra. All aiecordiali invited to attend. 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. — 26 April 1894

Lincoln County Leader. J. F. STEWART, Publisher. TOLEDO. OBEGOJJ HE OBEYED. Tos Colonal Said "Join," and They Weae Joined. A young sublieutenant In India left bU regiment on Bick leave and put up at the best hotel, not a hundred mile from Poona, where he wag immediately smitten by the attractions of a lovely maiden who wag staying there. He proposed, wag accepted, and the happy day wag fixed. The colonel, however, disapproved of sublieutenants Retting married, and particularly of the marriage of the sub in question. As he haDDened tn Ym a trtanA i.- - ... "1 3 uuug IU1U1 lather, he thought to prevent the union of luu" coupie ny sending a peremptory telegram couched in the following words, "Join at once." The Son of Mnn waa In da.n.1. IT - - w uvnjJail. ilO tl V sented himself lwfn i- intMji j.i. . . . . " IUKUUCU VVlllU llUQ lata! missive in his hand and anything but pleasure on ma countenance, but the lady was equal to the occasion. With ablUSh nf muillanlv .Imnllni. J 1 - j vnuiiu...

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. — 26 April 1894

i i I California State Analyst. . f.i ft' ' f.i Royal Baking Powder is Superior to all in Purity and Strength. " For purity and care in preparation the Royal Baking Powder equals any in the market, and our test shows that it has greater leaveain power than any of which we have any knowledge." Prof. Chi-m 'ntry, Vnivmity of California, Analyst California State Boar J of Health, etc., etc. f-1 ft. 6 No careful housekeeper can afford to use any baking powder but Royal. THE OPEN SWITCH. All the summer, early and late. And in the autumn drear, A maiden stood at the orchard gate And waved at the engineer. He liked to look at her face so fair. And her homely country dress; She liked to look at the man up there At the front of the fast express. There's only a flash of the maiden's eye. As the engine rocks and reels. And then she hears In the distance die The clinkety, clink of wheels. Clinkety, clink; so far apart That nothing she can hear Save the clink of her happy heart To the heart of t...

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. — 26 April 1894

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. . J. F. 81 KWAKT.rdltor and Proprietor. ?nMished every Thursday at Tulodo, Lincoln County, Oregon. Subscription Rates: One year, Six months, Three months, 75 50 Advertising rates made known on application Business lo'als will ha inserted in these eol . tiransut five cents per line per week, untl will V.e rnn until ordered discontinued. Every postmaster in Lincoln count- is authoris ed to act as aient ior the Lkadeu. . lin'.ored at the postr.iice ai Toledo, Oregon, as Eecond-class mail matter. Official .Cottrity r'nper. LOCAL NOTES. Daily Oregonian on sale at this office. 5 cents jer tlo3 or 25 cents per week. John Buckley was up from New port last Tuesday looking after his fences. Capt. Nate Stevens visilc-d frien's and relatives in Newport the first of the week. J. N. Arnold went to Albany this ( week to appear before the pension board of examiners. Jos. Drigg's shot and killed a large sea lion that come on thore near their place last Saturday. Campbell says ...

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. — 3 May 1894

The lyEADER should be read by every tax-payer of Lincoln County. It will i j ji is the only one in Lincoln or Benton county that has the courage to stand for the common people. cosi you dui $1.50 a year. 1 Volume II. Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Thursday, May 3, 1894. Number 9. DIRECTORY. UXOOLX C0C5TI. Jjint Senator county Judge ierk - sneriff ' Treasurer st-hool Superintendent surveyor Assessor . Coroner CjmmlBBioner C. B. Crosno D. P. Blue B. F. Jones George Landis Henry Denlinger Chat. Booth Jos. Gideon T. E. Parker Jul. Russell J. 0. Steami M. L. Irapp TOLEDO PBECIXCT. justice of the Peace Constable J. A. Hall A. E. Altree CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.-Servlees will be held under the auspices of the Slethodist Episcopal church as follows: First fcunday 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. in. and 7 p. m. Third unday at Mill Four school house, at 8 p. m, All are cordially Invited to...

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. — 3 May 1894

Lincoln County Leader. J. F. STEWART, Publisher. TOLEDO OREGON Conaideratiuu for the Help, The thoughtful housekeeper will not forget the consideration due to her serv ant during uch extreme weather as has been undergone lately. Even with every care the kitchen is an almost in tolerable place with, the average tem perature of the day among the nineties. Any woman who does not realize this has only to walk from her cool, darkened sitting room to the cook's domain to be giau to nurry away. The meals shonld be planned to de mand as little heat as possible, and an arrangement ought to be made to give the cook an hour or two out or the kitchen in some cool spot during the day. In a morning call a day or two ago the hostess excused herself a mo ment to call over the basement balus trade, "Is the door closed into the base ment hall, Ellen, from the kitchen?" "No, ma'am," came up stairs. "Close it at once, please; the heat from the kitchen comes np through the house," and it was further exp...

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. — 3 May 1894

AAA ROYAL Baking Powder is reported by the U. S. Gov ernment, after official tests, highest of all in leavening power. It is the best and most economical, and a pure cream-tartar baking powder. A Consumptive Cus,ildor. One of the latest inventions for pre venting the spread of consumption is a small pocket spittoon mude out of card board. They are about the size of an ordinary cigar case and of the name gen eral shape. They can readily be carried in the pocket, and being made of disin fected paper they are perfectly clean and healthy to carry about. One can spit into them very readily without disgust ing those around. When full tint. novel spittoon is intended to be burned so that the stuff cannot be thrown aside to poison the air. Consumptives who are compelled to spit often can carry these pocket spit toons around with them at all times. By sliding them out from the inside coat pocket one could expectorate in them without being seen. They are also re cctninieuded for others than c...

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. — 3 May 1894

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. 1. f. STKWABT,Kdltor Hd Proprietor. tmOrlZ" " Tlel0' Llneoln Subscription Rates: One year, ... Six months, . . . Three months. 75 50 Advertlalng rates made known on application umn at five cents per line per week, aud will be run until ordered dlicoutinued. Every postmaster in Lincoln county is a uthoriz ed to act ai anent lor the Leadm. E2.SJS,HM.the P0"0"1 Toledo, Oregon, as second-class mall matter. Official County Paper. LOCAL, NOTES Daily Oregonian on sale at this office. 5 cents per day or 25 cents per week. J. Burrows was up from New port today. Deputy Clerk Peairs is taking a vacation this week. koaa work is the order of the day at this place. Dr. Mulhane was over from the Agency yesterday, 'Squire Hall and Lee Wade went to Chitwood last Tuesday. Wm. Abbott and Wesley Oliver were up from Newport Tuesday. Rev. Booth preached at the Episcopal church last Sunday even ing. . Marsh Simpson and 8. V. Burt were down from Elk City last Mon doy night. E. Mulkey...

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. — 10 May 1894

in'ih Remember that this paper is the only one in Lincoln or Benton county that has the courage to stand for the common people. The l,bader should be A'..?.. .1 read by every tax-payer of , Lincoln County. It will K..4- I. - - Wmcoh i Volume It. DIRECTOR Y. LINCOLN COLXTT. Joint Senatnr County Judge - Clerk Sheriff Treasurer hchool Superintendent Surveyor Assessor Coroner C. B. Crnsno I). P. Blue B. F. Junes George Landis Henry lieiiHiurer Chas. llooth Jos. Gideon - T. K. Tsrker - J.s. Kusscll J. O. Stearns M. L. Tmpp Commissioners TOLEDO PUEC1XCT. Justice of the reace Constable J. A. Hull A. E. Aluce CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES. METHODIST EPISCOPAL riirRCH. Services will be held under the aiinvcs of the Methodist Episcopal church as follows: Fir-t 'Hunuiiy in each month at Y.Ik City school horne at 11 a. m. and 7 p. in. Second and fourth Sunday.-; at TuUdo, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Third Suhdayut Mill Four school houe, at 3 p. ni. All arc cordially invited to attend. , . A. I.. JIAWI.KY,...

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. — 10 May 1894

Lincoln County Leader. J. r. STKWAKT, Publisher. TULKDO . OREGON THE HAWAIIAN STAMP CRAZE. A Situation That Attracted the Attention or PhllatelliU the World Over. Of all the queer developments that have arisen in connection with the de thronement of Queen Liliuokalani none is stranger than the excitement which attended the speculation in the provision al stamps issued by the present govern ment This speculation is not confined to stamp collectors and dealers, but is indulged in by residents of Honolulu and citizens of this and other countries alike, even one of the Spreckels family being credited with having purchased and laid aside $12,000 worth of these labels for future profit. It was anticipated thrt the provisional government would be of short duration. and that the improvised stamps were to nave a lire as snort as the temporary goy- eminent, and this led to the scramble for stamps, as it was presumed that they would become exceedingly rare and val uable. There were 21 varietie...

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. — 10 May 1894

Royal Baking Powder Leads All. From actual analysis made by me, I pronounce the Royal Baking Powder to be the Strongest and Purest Baking Powder before the public. It is entirely free from alum and other additions injurious to health. Prof. Chemistry, All other baking powders are shown by analysis to contain alum, lime or ammonia. Pinning Him Down. She Why didn't you come around lust night? He I didn't pet through at the office un til so lute that I hadn't time to go home to dress, and 1 didn't like to call in my busi ness suit. . She Why not? Don't you mean busi ness? Detroit Free Press. y Inconsolable. Dear Friend Try to console yonrself, my dear. Remember that your late husband was verv, very old. and be left you a for tune, you know. Young Widow Yes, but it was on on condition that I should nev never marry again. Boo, hoo, boo! New York Weekly. Great Dancer. Kitty Willis Norton met a girl on the steamer, and before they not to the other ' side he was engaged to ber. What do you ...

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. — 10 May 1894

UNCOLN COUNTY LEADER. ; ' J. K8TKWAHT,r.dltor and Proprietor. Published every Thursday at Toleao, Lincoln County, Oregon. Subscription Rates: One year, ' - - . ! r0 Six months, Three months, 75 .50 Advertising rates made known on application Business loj-als will be inserted In these col umns at ttve cents per line per week, and will be run until ordered discontinued. Every postmaster In MnPi.ln county Is authoriz ed to act as agent lor tlie I.eakeii. Entered at the pnstolllce at Toledo, Oregon, as Eccond-elans mull matter. ' Official County Paper. LOCAL NOTES. Daily Oregon ian on sale at this oliice. 5 cents per day or 25 cents per week. : Ade Crosno went to Rock creek this morning. John Lucas was down from the Rock creek country this week. , f Prof. Adams, of Newport, is assisting Supt. Booth in the teach ers examination this week. Judge Win, Alexander is out in the upper part of the county in the interest of the republican party. The O. P, bridge crew have been at work repairing ...

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. — 17 May 1894

Mender. Remember that this paper is the only one in Lincoln or Benton county that has the courage to stand for the common people. The ivfiADER should be read by every tax-payer of Lincoln County. . It will cost you but $1.50 a year. Volume II. DIRECTORY. LIXCOLX COVMT. Joint Senator County Judge Clerk - Sheriff , Treasurer - - - School superintendent Surveyor Assessor Coroner Commissioners! " C. B. Crosno D. P. Blue D. F. Jones George tandis Henry renlin?er ('has. Hooth .los. Gideon - T. K. l'arker - Jas. llusseil J. O. Stearns M. L. Trapp TOLEDO PRECIXCT. Justice of the Peace Constable J. A. Hall A. E. Altree CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES. "jlCETHODIST EPISCOPAL CHritCH. Services 111. will be held "under the auspices of the Methodl-t Episcopal church as follows: First Sunday in each month at Klk 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 Sunday at Mill Four school house, at 3 p. m. All are cordially invited to attend. . . ...

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. — 17 May 1894

Lincoln County Leader. . F. 8TKWART, Publisher. TOLEDO OREGON IT RAINS. It rains. And the leave fall thick and fast, Aa the boughs are bent In the autumn blast; rhe sparrows hover 'neath sheltering eaves, And the voice of the wind is like on who grieve. It rains. It rains. And the team goes not afield To seed the earth for another yields The farmer sits by the kitchen fir And smokes his pipe to soothe his ire. It rains. It rains. And the Ore burns cheerful and bright. And the heart of the mother in happy tonight, And she smiles as the lamplight shimmers'" Her babes at play with their toys on the Boor. It rains. It rains. And with voice with emotion choked, A mother. In garments tattered and soaked. Drags ber weary feet with trembling tread To beg for her darlings a morsel of bread. It rains. It rains. And the sailor's wife is sad. As the wind shrieks by like a demon mad. And a prayer ascends to the great white throne, "Oh, Father, leave me not alonel" It rains. It rains. And the tal...

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. — 17 May 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE A Maryland Tourney. Fifteen stalwart knights participated in the tournament yesterday afternoon on My Lady's Manor, Baltimore connty. The tourney was held on the farm of Mr. Jacob M. Pearce, about 2 miles east of Monkton, on the Northern Ceutral railway. The contest was one of expert horsemanship, and in this particular the tourueys of today are useful. It is only when they are likened to the chivalrous engagements of old or when tliey are merely for the value of the prizes offered that they become ridiculous. In yesterday's tourney prizes were given to the lirst four successful knights, and the next four had the honor of crowning the queen and maids of -honor, which were really the most coveted prizes. The coronation took place at Manor hall, near the tourna ment grounds. The royal party and others then enjoyed a dance. Baltimore Sun. An Otllve Secret. Junior Partner Our traveler ought to bo discharged. He...

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. — 17 May 1894

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. r. feTKWAKT.Kdltcr d Proprietor. " ?ui.llhed every Tnursday at ToU'lo, Lincoln Couutv, Oregon. Subscription Kates: One year, ... . I50 Six months, 75 Three months, . - !so Advertising rates muilo known on ttpplicution BV,S.i w,u Innerted In thexe eol I i . . c01,"8 Pr lln Ir week, and win IjO run until ordered diwontiuued. ivcry postmanterln Lincoln countyls su'bori C1 to act ae agent lor the 1-eakkk. I.titered ftt thepoiitnllice at Toledo, Cjkoii, 1 KI'PiiLWlkOltitia mail .... ' Official County Paperi IOCAlv NOTES. Jas. Dixon, of Elk City, was down thjs -week. . Mrs. C. G. Cope' a id went oftt to Corvallis on business last Tues day. ; Jack Allphiu, of Little Elk, was down this week, and made us a bbort call. Frank Wadsworth took a couple ol drummers to Yaquina via the small boat last Tuesday. What is the matter with the weather clerk. A little summer weather would not be amiss. T. C. Jackson, of the Siletz, has opened up a photograph gallery at Yaquina, in...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 24 May 1894

Remember that tbis paper is the only one in Lincoln or Benton county that has the courage to stand for the common people. The IvEader should be read by every tax-payer o M Lincoln County. It will; cost you but $1.50 a year .J t Volume II. Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Thursday, May 24, 1894. Number 12. DIRECTORY. mscolx toivrr. t Joint Senator f County Judge Clerk ; Hheriir - -I Treasurer f School Superintendent '' Surveyor Assessor Coroner Commissioners! " - C. B. Crosno 11. P. Blue B. F. Jones George Landis Ilenry Deulinjrer ('has. Booth Jos. GMeon - T. E. Parker - Jhs. Russell J. O. SteaniB M. L. Trapp TOLEDO PRECINCT. Justice of the Peace Constable J. A. Hall A. E. Altree CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES. TICETHODIST EPISCOPAL, CHURCH. Services J.U. will be held xinder 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 Sunday at Mill Fou...

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