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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 2 August 1894

Lincoln County Leader. J. F. BTKWAKT, Publlaher. TOLEDO OREGON FROM THE ORIENT. War Between China and Japan Seems to be Inevitable. THE MIKADO MUST RECEDE. Mongolian Empire la Now Making Every Preparation to Aaaert It Claim of ItlgliU In the Corean I'enlnnula A Mlaalonary'a Opinion. Shanghai, July 23. China continues to make preparations to assert her elainiB in Corea, and from present indications it is judged that war will be inevitable unless Japan recedes from the position she has hitherto maintained. Orders were recently issued for 12,000 Chinese troops to prepare for departure for Corea. The preparations were hurriedly com pleted, and Friday last the soldiers went on board the transports that will convey them to the peninsula. Toguardagainst contingencies the transports were con veyed by eight gunboats, the command ers of which were instructed to fire upon the Japanese should the latter attempt to obstruct the landing of the Chinese. Warlike preparations are also being made in ...

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. — 2 August 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power. '4 1 J ABSOLUTELY PURE SOME JOCULAR JINGLES. fmY Revolt of the Babies. piiB Mister Editor We littlo children aa ? your am ,,..... ... Xolielpu' incur vcij i.tmvuuo uij iu uaix crusnue. T( crave your reauy njinpum, uetause wt 1 thinK it pm"' . . . So"Tii-Bii" of humanity can pieau to yon in vain. ThP Inconveniences ui iao r lerriuie iu us, poor victims of conventional, unnecessary fuss, gujposin'i.s-ir.you asked a friend to ah -.re your weie.ni oi and he called you "ciiicnaoiauy" wun un- i .tnt,...i.vt meaiunii tw.v"-"-"-. TVell. that Is how we're treated when for sym- 1 iiaihyweery. Of else we have to listen lo a puerile nuiany, Ridiculously silly, with such grave defects of i style. That, were it not so painful, 'twould provoke a I baby's smne. Ton may puess sucn BiiocKing iwaauie most Injurious we mm. jl has a very weakening enect upon tne mind, foe aeutesl of intcllib'enco faints and fails and drops If you feed it on sucn very unimaginative slop...

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. — 2 August 1894

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. V. STKWAIiT.MItor and Proprietor. ,c,htt.d(eS'7hur9day " '. "ncoln Subscription Rates: One year, ... Six months, ... Three months, $1.50 75 50 Advertising rales made known on application Business lo?al will V inserted In these coi. h?V!anann?n '"i"" 'J'"6 P?' Weeltl "! ...... v.uv.cu uiacuiuinuoa, Every postmasterln Lincoln ennntrls author! ed to act as agent lor the Leadbb. E:lcm,rt.V,.e " ToM 0ron, as uiBiimnmji, Official County Paper. LOCAL, NOTES Miss Sada Chambers returned from a two weeks visit in the valley last Sunday. Mrs. C. G. Copeland went out to the Valley on business the first of the week. The open season for deef came around yesterday, and all of our hunters took a hegira to the woods. Bishop Morris preached to a large congregation at the Sti John's church, in this city, last Sunday night, O. C. Simpson, of Elk City, was down last Monday after lumber for ft bant which he intends building 0011. There will be a game of base ball played at Elk C...

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. — 9 August 1894

AH Volume !!. directory. LINIOLXIOI'M'V. Joint Senator Joint lleprci-entnttve, County Judge Clerk .-heriff Trensurer .-i-bi iol superintendent .Surveyor Assessor Coroner Tol. Curtcr Jno. I). !';-' s. V. r.nr't B. K. Jones (.eort-c I.a Mills Henry Denlinser Meo. llcihers Jos, Gl.ieon T. K. I'nrkor Dr. F. M. Carter CilliS. Wi'.liHlHS J. J. Urisiow Commissioners TOLKWI'lLL'. I..T. justice of the Feuee lUmstiible J. A. Hull Chns. r.uhl IIURCIIES AND SOCIETIES. METHODIST EPISCOPAL nri-m'r.-Service will be hel'l itmlur the unvoices oi the Methodist Kpiscojial church as follows: Kir.-t Hutulr.' In each month r.t Kl!; citv school house nt 11 H. 'it. nn'i 7 p. m. second imil Fourth Sun inys m 'i do, nt 11 . in. au.l - p, ,n Third Smuliiy m "fill Four school house, a' 3 i in All are cordially invited to nitond. ' A. I.. 1I.VWI.K v, Pastor, Address, Toledo, Oregon. UT. JOHN'S CliniCH ri'rotestout F.i.lscoiml 1 C rnvine servico the third sunduv oi ever -month.ntlla.nl. All are invited 'tn at'e ...

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. — 9 August 1894

Lincoln County Leader. J. F. SI EW KT, Publisher. T-LKDO OREGON AGAIN VICTORIOUS The Japanese Destroy China's Greatest Battleship. TWO CRUISERS ARE CAPTURED The Encounter Meant an End Han limn I'ut to China'! Fighting on the Seas The Japanese Handled Their Gum, Etc., With Greater Skill. SiiANQiiAr, August 1. News has just reached here of a desperate battle be tw een the fleets of China and Japan in which the Chinese were defeated and the Chen Yuen, the largest battleship but one in the Chinese service, was sunk and two other large Chinese vessels, said to be first-class cruisers, captured or de stroyed. The battle was hotly contested, but the Japanese appeared to have handled their guns, ships and torpedoes with more skill than the Chinese. The Chinese fleet engaged carried nearly 1,000 men, and a large number are reported killed or drowned. Later dispatches say that few, if any, of the Chinese en gaged in the battle escaped. Two Ger man oflicers in command of the Chen 1 uen are rep...

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. — 9 August 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power-Latest U.S. Gov't ReporT 1 1DVfe H 1WSS5 Po ABSOLUTELY PURE AN EXPERIMENT. L,e Man Who Wants Justice Starts on Ul Travels. 3 Tl. tnlrl1 flllf til till, l.tlfnln.. JUU11 Duuk'-' "iwiumjj auu laid: 'Today I nni going to dcnuiud per fect justice from nil men. I propose to have my rights today." He boarded n street car. The contluctoi soon camo around to collect the fares. John passed him 2 cents. Five cents," said the conductor. "But I'm onlygoingnmilc'BaidJohn. 'I don't caro if you're only going a Mnrk. vou pay 5 cents In this car." renlied I the conductor. Why, I rode tne wliole length of the inc six miles yesterday nnd only paid r nnntfi mill 1 don't iminnsn tn iuw tUn I eame for riding one mile," said John. "1 uon i wiru mini ,vuu propose, sum the conductor; "you must either puy your 5 cents or get off." Don't you see, man," said John, '-how monstrously unjust nnd inequitable your action is? There is no justice in It. It ii a terrible outrage. It i...

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. — 9 August 1894

j p ii i r rr" LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER.; J. V. STKWHtT.Miior ib4 Frayrlrtor. 1 Cju'uv'1 orcein hu"'1"5' ttt Toledo. i.i-:".!r. i Subscription Kates: One year, - . . $i.r0 Six months, .-5 Three months. - - r . Advertising rates uuwlc i'.i'-K n nn r.j.r.Hi-nti' Bnlnef locals will l. inert;fl In the i"r.: iiinn nt live r-e-i'i. jkt line .,-r w-ek, iwnl ii; te run until .pler''l iiivi-ontitu,c.i. Fvery .tinR,er In Mjh-..!m pontitv l nnth..ri7 e l Ui mtt at atfeni .jr ibo l.r.u.t.i:. Knicre.l nt the pin.tofii.-e tit T-ileiln, Oregon, tis fd'oinl finti ljiail nuttier. Official County Paper. LOCAU NOT ICS J. F, ITuntsucker, of Yaquir.a, w as a caller last Monday. j Hon. R. . T'ensell was up from j Newport on business Tuesday. About 120 passengers went down j to the Bay on last Saturday even- j ing's train, ; The Copeland and Chambers ' young people are camping at Nye creek this week. Coll Van Cleve and sons Ralph and Merl, went out to Albany Sat urday, returning on Monday, F. P, Carson, of t...

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. — 16 August 1894

itmok Volume II. DIRECTORY. LINCOLN 101'Nir. Joint senator Joint Representative, County Judge Clerk Sherlfr Treasurer - School Superintendent Ha rveyor Assess"'' coroner Commissioners! Tol. Carter J110. D. Dalv S. V. Hurt 11. F. Jones Goorge Landis J. L. Hvde Geo. Hethers Jon, Oldeon T. E. 1'nrker Dr. F. M. Carter Chaa. Williams J. J, Uristow Countv Commissioners Court meats on Wed nesday after the first Monday In February, Vpril.'June, AugUBt, October and December. CIRCUIT COURT. Hon. I. r. Fullerton, Qen. M. Brown Judge rros. Atiornev Court convenes on third Monday In May and fourth Monday In November ot each year. TOI.EDO l'KECIXCT. Ju: tice of the Peace I on-table J. A. Hall ('has. Iluhl CITY QF TOLEDO. (t. W. VmCiiiit,, ,,,,,,, J, A. Hall . 0,11. Huhl ('. H. Crosno W. II. Alexander, I. 0, Krogstad lieo. Hethers, ,,,, . Lester Maugh It, F. C'ollamore , . .Mavor Recorder .Marshal Aldermen Council meets on the first Monday evening In each month. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES. IfKTHODlSTE...

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. — 16 August 1894

Lincoln County Leader. J. F. STEWART, Publlahar. TOLEDO OREGON' BIDS FOR BONDS. Portland's Water Issue Bring Satisfactory Premiums. THEY WERE UNCONDITIONAL, Boston and Chicago Flrma Offer 109.89 Other Straight and Cloia Offers Made Portland' Credit Good In All Parts of the United States. Fobtland, Or.. August 8. An ad journed meeting of the Water Commit tee wag held jesterdayto receive pro posals for the purchase of $500,000 of water bonds of the city of Portland. Chairman Henry Failing presided, ami Messrs. Frank Dekum, C. H. Lewis, C. H. Rafferty, C. A. Dolph, J. Ixewenberg, H. W. Scott, L. Therkelsen, C. If. Ca rey, C. II. Hill and It. B. Knapp were present. ineteen bids were received and thirteen agents of bond buyers were in attendance and were admitted to the meeting while the bids were opened The proposals were for (200,000 of bonds to l) paid for and delivered to the pur chaser on August 15, and for $300,000 on September ID; the proposals to be fo the whole or any part of th...

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. — 16 August 1894

f .6w . latest U.S. Gov't Rerwrt i I r j ii vWiy vyu J 0m Absolutely pure 1 Indefinite Sentences Ior Criminals. Tlie transformation of the crimi nal into a serviceable member of so ti'ew." nays Protestor Charles A. Col-Jiu.'-'H the only effective protection fef 'society against him. The mere temporary caging of the criminal as 1 wild beast is a protection to society for the time being, it is true. But if, i-lien be is let out of his cage, he is I T i. 1.. V . trorso tnau wueu uc v. cm m no may J)9 more wary and cunning thereaft- :r, but lie win oe more uangerous to moiety tliau before he was caged." Under the present system the con- ict is difcuargeu at tne end of a red term, with a new suit of clothes nd a few dollars in his pocket. How many graduates of Harvard uivevt-ny, Professor Collin asks. J'dropptd upon the world in such a fashion, with all the benefits in char acter, ability and reputation which arvard can give them, with no Wends except such as beckon them o haunts of vice...

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. — 16 August 1894

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. i. r. STEVTABT.Kdltor and Proprietor. 'ubilshed every Thursday at Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon. Subscription Rates: Oneyearf .. - . -$1.50 Six months, - - . ,75 Three months, - - .50 Advertising rates made known on application Business lo'alnwlll inserted in -these col umns at live cents jer line ixjrueek, and will be run until ordered discontinued. Every postmaster in Lincoln count, is authoriz ed to act us agent lor the Leaukk. Entered at the podtolllce at Toledo, Oregon, as teooii'l-cluKs muil mutter. Official County Paper. LOCAL NOTES There will be a dance at the Stanton school house tomorrow night. Assessor Parker went to Albany and Corvallis on an assessing trip the first of the week.. Miss Belle Butler has been quite ill for several clays, but is now on the road to recovery. The Tillotson boys have taken their hay press up to Elk City to bale some hay for Hutch Bevens. Col. Frank J. Parker, of the Walla Walla Statesman, is spending a few days 011 his ...

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. — 23 August 1894

mip m 13 ' '.J - ! V 6 Volume !!. DIRECTORY. LINCOLN COl'.m. Joiut Senator Joint Representative, ...'o'.imy Jiulgo Clerk JnerilT Treasurer - School t-nperlntenaent i'jrveyor Assessor Coroner Commissioners I " Tol. Carter Jno. I). Iiulv 8. V. Hurt B. F. Jones Goorire Laud is J. L. Hvde Ceo. Aethers Jos. GMe'ii T. E. Parker Dr. F. M. Carter Chns. Williams J. J. linstoH- County Commissioners Court meets on Wed. liesday after the first Monday in February, April, June, August, October and lecember. circuit coder. Hon. J. C. Fullerton Judge Ueo. M. Browu Pros. Attorney Court convenes on third Monday in May and fourth .Monday in November of each yoar. TOLEDO PRECINCT. Justice of the Teace Constable J. A. Hall Chus. Ruhl CITY OF TOLEDO, II. W. Vincent Mavor J. A. Hall Recorder C. H.ltuhl Marshal C. 11. Crosno, V, II, Alexander 1 A. 0. K reinstall, I . , , Geo. Heihers, .,. , t Aldermen Lejlcr Wuugh, E. F, Cfllmnore J Council meets on the first Monday evening in each inonih. CHURCHES AND SOC...

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. — 23 August 1894

Lincoln County Leader. COKBETT AND JACKSON. J. F. STEWART, Publisher. TOLEDO OREGON SANTO EXECUTED. Assassin of President Carnot Expiates His Crime. HIS COURAGE FORSOOK HIM. It Wm Necessary for the Attendant! to Almost Carry II Im to the Van Wait ing for Him The Death of President Carnot Avenged. Lvonb, AugUBt 17. The Republic of France avenged the death of her beloved President at 5 o'clock this (Thursday) morning, at which hour Santo wae guil lotined in the public square. With the cry of " Vive l'anarchie" on his lips, the head of the trembling assassin was sev ered from his body by the keen blade, and another anarchist had died for a mistaken cause. There were no unusual demonstrations attending the execution. lhe news of the decision to execute Santo in the early morning spread rapidly, notwithstanding the efforts to keep it secret. The wineshops and res taurants in the vicinity were crowded all the evening with people who wanted to witness the execution. However, these were com...

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. — 23 August 1894

Highest of all in Leavening PowerLatest U.S. Gov't Report mm Balding Powder Absolutely pure GOLD IN SEW JERSEY. By J. H. (SMELLY. A WEALTHY LAUE.FOOT BOY. A fliyilcian's Sou Go Stocklnjless Summer and Winter. The indignation of the passengers on a western Maryland railroad train was somewhat unnecessarily excited near Baltimore by the unusual 6pectacle of a richly clad boy of five or six years, whose logs and f r t were perfectly bare, aHhouyh the winter morning was a cold one. The child was accompanied by his mother and Bister, both of whom were richly dressed, and the sudden conelu tion was formed by the passengers that the family had spent so much money in wraps, dresses and coverings for the bod it s and shoulders of the elders that noth ing had been left wherewith to provide a protection from the inclemency of the weather for the boy's extremities. The appearance and conduct of the three, which indicated culture, wealth end. on the part of the mother, parental tolicitude for 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. — 23 August 1894

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. F. STEWAHT.tdltor i4 PrtpricUr, ?uMIhed every Tburnlay t Toledo, Lincoln - County, Oregon. Subscription Hates: One year, . - . $1.50 Six months, . . . Three months, . .50 Adrertlilng rate made known on application JnlneloUwlll te Inserted In ttiew eoi nmn at fire r.t per line per week, and will be run until ordered diteontlnued, Every potmiterin Mnooln eoonty It authoriz ed to act ai arant ior the Leauir. Entered at the imttnff.it at Toledo, Oregon, an aecond-clau mail matter. Official County Paper. MDCAt, NOTES Camping parties are all the rage. Lem Davis was up from Yanw'na yesterday, Jas. Hayes, of Corvallis, is jn this city. Last Tuesday was pay day et the Pioneer quarry. Dr, Rich went to Albany on business on Tuesday last. Yesterday was one of the warmest days of the season at Toledo. Miss Lulu Burt is assisting in the assessor' s office this week. Ed. Payne moved his family up to the rock quarry last Tuesday, Tbo O. P. will run an excursion from the Va...

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. — 30 August 1894

fe. , T. 1 1 - ; cps fie, h In.ciepercierat iri gill things, IsTexftr'gtl iri .TSTottaip-g. Volume ll. ?yi?.' "r7? Try. J ' ' Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon. Thursday, August 3;, ;Sg fJ'jrr.ber 26. DIRECTORY, MNTOLX C0VNTT. mini (-,l,.a treasurer ounir IMurk Sheriff Tol. Carver Jno, D. Daly S. V. Burt B. F. Jones George Land is J, h, Hvde Geo, HetherB Jos. Gideon . T. E. Parker Dr. F. M. Carter Chas. Williams J.J, Brhttovv County Commissioners Court meets on Wed- typril, June, ohooi superintendent nrveyor Assessor oroner fcommisslonersj August, October and December, CIRCUIT COVKT. 'nm.J.C,FuUerton p;""iv?5 Geo. iu, urmm - """""i l .A..AAa a.i thtrit tnnflnv In Mnv nnit fourth Monday lu November of each year, i The Alsea House Wahlpoyf', Lincoln County, Oregon. Headquarters for politicians, tour ists, hunters and the public. Comfort, cleanliness and good grub at lov: rates, our motto. Feed stable and saddle ponies, Wm. R. Wakefield, Prop. Notice for Publication. Land Omca at Oregon C...

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. — 30 August 1894

Lincoln County Leader. J. F. STEWART, Publisher. TOLEDO OREGON BRAVE JAPANESE. Their Torpedo Boats Enter the Harbor of Wei-Hai-Wei. THE FORTS RECONNOITERED, uarriaon Being Increased and Heavj Guna Added In Anticipation of Land and Sea Attack Gloomy View of Af fair From That Stronghold. London, August 22. The Shanghai correspondent of the London Central News gives in to-day's dispatches gloomy view of affairs at Wei-Hai-Wei, me iortined city on the Shan Tnng promontory. There is little douht that the Japanese intend to attack this Chinese stronghold soon despite the tradition of the Chinese that the place is impregnable. The lights along the promontory have ueen extinguished, the huoys have been removed, and the Chinese are constantly adding to the defenses bylaying torpedoes and submarine mines. Nevertheless for three successive nights in the last week the Japanese torpedo boats have entered uie naruor ana reconnoitered the forts, The CreWR of t.hfi niiinaua tnnwHn which lie in the ...

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. — 30 August 1894

RE '$. By Authority i U. S. Gov't Baking Powder Tests. The report of the analyses of Baking Powders, made by the U. S. Government (Chemical Division, Agl Dep't), shows the Royal superior to all other powders, and gives its leavening strength and thestrengthof each of the other cream of tartar powders tested as follows : ROYAL, Absolutely Pure, The OTHER POWDERS TESTED are reported to con tain both lime and sulphuric acid, and to be of the follow ing strengths respectively, These tests, made in the Gov't Laboratory, by impartial and unprejudiced official chemists, furnish the highest evidence that the " Royal " is the best baking powder. ROYAL BAKING. POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. HARL AS AN INDIAN. I Lord Iltininore's I'lan to Travel Like a BaT- ago From Montrcnl to Paris. Mr. Charles Murray was born a lord, to no tramp, lin Is not a tramp of the Cox cy vura-ty, but traveler, nn ex plorer and a stu dent of nature. These things cost money, but Lord I r... t L iMjuiiiiiuiu a rie...

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. — 30 August 1894

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. t. V. BTKWART.Mltor and Proprietor. "nhllfhed every Thursday at Toledo. Lincoln County, OreKon. Subscription Rates: One year, - - . $i.5o Six months, .75 Three months, - - .so Advertising rate made known on application Bnlnes loal will be inserted in these col umn at five cents per line jwr wecV, and will he run until ordered dibccmliuunl. Every pn.tmnriterfn T.lnroln county in authoriz ed to apt a? HKeiit lor the J.kadkk. Entered at the postoffice at Toledo, Oregon, an Hecond-claiiB mail matter. Official County Paper. LOCAL NOTES We are requested to announce that school will begin at this place next Monday . Harry Denlinger returned yester day from a week's camping at Seal Hock yesterday, Th1. tro".", a of J?o St?c;' of this place, arrived the first of the week from Cowlitz county, Wash., on a vjsit to his folks, . C. B. Crosno and children Ade, Effie and Cliff, and Ruth and Eli Gaither started this morning for Otter Rock for a short stay, Alex, Raymond, of S...

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. — 6 September 1894

? 1 Volume J I. DIRECTORY. Independent im. gjtjgjgg jggtl i:n- bottling. Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Thursday, September o, iSc LINCOLN COl'NTT. senator ; (, l rct-CUiUliVe, 1- :'. j, -i- .re ij orinu-iHlciit r..untv ( ommissloucr: Tol. Carter Jno. D. Jinlv b. V. liur't 1). F. .loncs Oeoitro I.ilii-lis J. L. II- de Gen. He; hers Jos. tilde. m - T. E. Parker Pr. K. M. I nner Clms. Williams .1. J. Hri .i.m f oiirt meets (in Weil aitcr tlm iirit .Monday m h'hr.i(::v 'June, August, October and leeemi,'Y CIRCUIT col'la', .... , c. 1 ullcrton Jn.v .. M. itruwu l'vos. Atiorne ...i;r '..uuvenef on third Monday- in May and i-ih Monday in rovemuc r oi each year. TOLIiUO PRECINCT. Number 27- TheAlsea House! Notice for Publication. Laud OiUce at Oregon Ci'v. Oregon, August'.'. s.U. oil 0 I hc-ebr given thst the following- i it-tired sett'er has uied notice of his Intention 1T. 1 j . t;i make nr.i'.l ,no,.i in .opi ort of hiselaiiii, and If (llUilOl'T, J.i iii'Oltl Coilftlt! ",,u N,tl1 l'r""...

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