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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 22 November 1894

Lincoln County Leader. J. F. STEWART, Pobllihar. TOLEDO OREGON RATES TO SPOKANE Advance in the New Commodity Tariff to the Interior. AVERAGE OF THE ADVANCE An Increase Which Will Put ths Coaat Terminal! on a Better Haala Lint of the Commodities on Which the Hates Are Unchanged, Portland, November 15. Commodity rates from Chicago, the Mississippi and Missouri rivers to North Pacific termi nals were advanced October 20. Rates to intermediate points have been ad justed, and advance will be made to-day. This will put the Coast on a better basis with the interior. Out of 109 commod ities, however, only forty-two have been raised. Among the commodities on which rates are unchanged are the fol lowing: Agricultural implements, apples and cider, axes, beer, glass bottles, pressed brick, broom corn, butter, butterine, eggs, cheese, dressed poultry, 'canned goods, cereals, cereal products, lamp ciiiuiiH-yH, couee, conuenseii miiK, crock eiy, earthenware, Iresh fruit, furniture, nails and spike...

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 November 1894

pleiidid THE 5AN FRANCISCO COARD OF HEALTH URGES THE USE OF THE Royal Baking Powder. Tlie magnificent tribute of tho San Francisco Board of Heal-h to the great purity and Wh..lcn,ncncs of the Royal Hakim Powder grcv!" disturbs tiij manufacturer of the lower grade p,wdcrs. The,r envious pubheations, however, cannot break the force of this unsolicited and un biassed high medical endorsement. Attached is a certified copy of their ournu .epuit, nun me signatures fac-siniile : W e, the members of The Board of Health of the City and County of San Francisco, cordially approve and recommend the Royal Baking Pow der. It is absolutely pure and healthful, composed of the test ingredients of the highest strength and character. In our judgment it is impossible to make a purer or stronger Baking Powder than the " Royal." O A a Candy Malting mid Candy Eutlng. "I am told," said a cynical Rcntlemnn, "that confectionery is made, put up anil handled entirely by girls and women, but I do not believe it...

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 November 1894

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. i. V. STtWAKT.MUor and Proprietor. 'ubllshed every Thursday at Toledo, Un col County, Oregon. Subscription Rates: Uneyear, - . . IS0 Six months, ' -Three months, ' 75 50 . Advertising rates made known pn application Business lo?a!s will be Inserted In these eoi- . ,c cciiw ir nut; per weeK, aii'i win be run until ordered discontinued. Every postmasterln Lincoln ootmtyis r.uthoii ed to act as agent lor the J.fadisr. Entered at the postofnee at Toledo, Oreiron. as second-class mail matter. Official County Paper, LOCAL, NOTES A full stock Kip Boot for $3, at O'Brien's. John G. Blake returned from his Astoria trip last Saturday. Harrison Phillips made proof on his homestead before County Clerk Jones last Monday. A family by the name of Lane, from Clackamas county have moved onto the Baker farm near Yaquina. P. N. Lalhrop will soon erect a new dwelling on his place to re-, place the one destroyed by fire last summer. The government work going on at Yaquina makes 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 November 1894

t. fx -r , '.7 N 1 ! i ' ? .' , v.' '. If .';' li- iJ V lt"eX JfJllLCTOJiY. .;LN (Ci Nl 'i T..i. I un-n j Jn-. !. I'll!.' - s. V. linn 1'. I". .lone lieorye I.H'.dis X 1.. liv.ii' 1 .'c-.it itetue. -. .1.. 1.1'! '. I . M. ,.,. h - Wil.i. .1. I. Hri-, i- i;. u i 1 : i ..i.u (, 'ii 1,,1-cr till I i C iil.:i.Tl' loil;l. ii-mii'v e. I'son i i ei'-'h year." I'O I'HI.clNi r. 'I. V i. A '"' ) AluVrnvn j-- v w,. . . ... .... t 1 1 j (' ! ii'.-ci-uii (Jtv rtrti Monday ov..-uitiir in i'if L:iiCliKti IXb tlUC'IETIES. TJT.rnOIlISTKi'lSCOI'AI.CKL I!( Il.-S-ervicM-H will 1 io heSM under the auspices of the ethodist Episenpal church as t'tiUov.-.: i-'ii-i t 11 n.' in. unit 7 p. in. s-ecoiirlnn'J Fourth Sun . ays at I'oledo, at 11 a. in: ami 7 p. m. Third im-liiy tit Mill Four selviol hmoe, at :i p. in. -.11 pre cordiuily itiviled to iinend. A. I.. ll.T.i;y, l',ia.,r, Address, Tttl ;do, Oregon. 'T..H1IIN .S cunicll Pnuestent EpisiJwf Invn.e service the third r-undav f tseiv ninth, in 11 ti. in. All...

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 November 1894

Lincoln County Leader. J. F. BTKWART, Publisher. TOLEDO OBEGON A MINE EXPLOSION Appalling Disaster Occurs Near Collier's Station, W. Va. ALSO A TERRIFIC WHIRLWIND An Overcharge Want Ignite the Coal Bust In the Mine, and at Fearful Ki plosion Follows, Carrying Death and Instruction In Its Path. wheelijjo, W. Va., Novemler 22. The most appalling mine disaster ever chronicled in this section of the State occurred to-day shortly alter noon at the Blanche coal mines on the Panhandle road near Collier's station. A new miner, an Italian, put on an overcharge blast, which ignited the coal dust in the mine, and a fearful explosion followed, carry ing ueatn and destruction in its path. There were forty-eight men in the mine at the time, and the following are known to be dead: Thomas Jordan, Michael Itooney, Thomas Tucker, married ; John Donnelly, married, leaves ten children; Antonio Sattie, married; Muzzle Gissie- leo, married. The following are badly injured: Jose Kefol, married; liallle bc...

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 November 1894

1 1 Take no Substitute for Royal Baking Powder. It is Absolutely Pure. All others contain alum or ammonia. Cleopatra's Itlvul. The boautiful Otuvhi, tlio wife of the grcr.t general, but weak and infa mous, Antonhts, was a woumu of raro personal integrity nr.d moral worth. When Autouius for the second time, and this irremediably, fell under the 6w;iy of tho incomparable fascinations of Cleopatra, Octavia Lot only main tained tho difjuity of her husband's house and took care of her own and Au touius' children, but also thoso ho had had by Fnlvia, one of his previous wives. Of this Fulvia Plutarch slyly re marks: It was her ambition to govern those that governed and to command the lead ers of armies. It was to Fulvia that Cleopatra was obliged for teaching An ton i us duo submis i m to female author ity. Ho had gone through Buch a course of discipline as rnado him perfectly tractable when he came into her hands. Westminster Review. A Terfi'Ct Leaf, The teacher of a largo class in ono o...

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 November 1894

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. - t. F. STKWABT.Kdltor ill Proprietor. 'ublisheii every Thursday m Toledo, Lin col County, Oregon. Subscription Rates: One year, ... $1.50 Six months, ... .75 Three months, - - .50 Advertising rates made known on application Business locals will be Inserted In these col. limns at five cents jr line per week, and will be run until ordered discontinued. Every postmaster In Lincoln county Is authoriz ed to act as agent (or. the Leaukr: Entered at the postoBlce at Toledo, Oregon, as second-class mail matter. Official. County Paper. LOCAL, NOTES City election next Monday, For bargains in all lines eo to O'Briens. For useful and ornamental Xm'as gifts go to O'Briens. ' Fred Chambers left last Tuesday on the Homer, for San Francisco. Peter Tellefson, the genial mer chant, of Yaquina, was in town to day. It don't cost anything to show goods, so call at O'Brien's and see his Xmas goods. . Miss BpIV B'ltler left last Mon day morning for a few weeks, visit at Indepeu'dep...

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 December 1894

I '0 J 1 1 & U ll . 14 fcl . M: f 1 a- j a a n i I.J L.'' M 9 00 I 1 Volume II. .mum niJBSug-.pj--rcjgr3 ditiectohy. in ' ' ' - ) - 'i ' Toledo, Lincoln County. Oregon. Thursday, December 6, 1894. Number 40. tl.MOL 101MY. Joint Senator Joint Uenresentntive, County Judge Clerk Sheriff Treasurer Sfhmil Superintendent Surveyor Coroner Commissioners! T.il. ( nrter JllO. ll. I illlv S. V. Hurt H. V. Jones George Liui.lis J. I., lly.le (Jeo. HethVrs Jos. tiiiieon - T. K. I'nrker r. K. I. Curler thHS. WiliiHiHs J. J. lirlstutr County Commissioners Court meets on Vcl uesriuv niter the first Monday in Felirnarv, April, June. August, October ami December. CIRCUIT COURT. Hon. '. f . l'ullcrton Juillie Oeo. M. Brown, Pros. Attorney Court convenes on third Monday in Mnv mid fourth Monday in November of eueh year.' TOLEDO PRECINCT. Justice of the Teaee Constable J. A. Hull Chug. liuhl CITY OF TOLKDO. II. W. Vincent, J. A. Hall (Mi. Run C. II. Crosno,. V. II. Alexander A. O. Krogstad, . lieo. ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 6 December 1894

i Lincoln County Leader. T. f. BTBWA.RT, Fabllshar. TOLEDO OREGON AFFAIRS OF THE NAVY. The Annual Report Submitted by Secre tary Herbert. Washington, November 29. The Secretary of the Navy in his annual re port says that the Marblehead, Colum bia, Olympia, Montgomery and Minne apolis have been completed and tried since the last annual report. The Ore gon, Indiana and Texas have had un official preliminary trials and the Maine her official machinery trial. The de partment has finally decided upon the construction of topedo boats of the gen eral type of the Ericsson with a slightly greater displacement, and to attain an average speed of not less than 24.6 knots on the acceptance trial. Advertise ments for proposals have already been issueu, ana the department hopes to award the contract for theirconstruction within a few months. No speed premi ums will be provided for in the con tracts for the hnildinir nf thenn vug In the contracts for the construction of gunboats Nos. 7, 8 and 8 sma...

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. — 6 December 1894

asi I):? received for Indian lands. Thirtv. ve thousand patuits were issued for agricultural laud, aim oU)0 patents were issued (or Indiana on allotments of their lands in severalty, the land so allotted being inalienable by the Indian allot tees for a period of 25 years after patented. There were certified and patented on account of railroad and watron roads grants during the year 803,55ti.-ltj acres of land, and at the close of the year 2!),0U0,000 acres were embraced in" the lists of selections made by railroad and wusjon road companies, and awaited settlement. The selections of swamp 1 .1 ...1 I 1 .r lands ami umi i.ikcu hs muemnity t herefor since the passage of the act pro viding for the same in 1840 amount to nearlv, or quite, iU,5UO,000 acres, of which 58,000,000 have been patented to states, aooiu j.os,uuu acres were t,flt.-ntea miring tne last vear, Nearly 820,000 acres of school and educational grants were approved dur ing the year, and at its close 1,250,303.81 ai res re...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 6 December 1894

SUPPLEMENT. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE Deals Largely With Reports of Departments. FEW RECOMMENDATIONS MADE Secretary Cnrllnle's Hanking and Cur rency l'lnn Favored Tarlir 1(111 NeufW Amending Relntlon of United Kttitea With the Foreign l'owerii Washington, December 3. Following is the full text of President Cleveland's message as read in congress today : 'lhe assemblage within the nation's legislative halls of those charged with the duty of making laws for the benefit of a generous and free people impres sively suggests the exacting obligation and inexorable responsibility involved in their task. At the threshold of such labor, now to be undertaken by the congress of the United States, and in the discharge of an executive duty en joined by the constitution, I submit this communication, containing a brief statement of the condition cf our na tional affairs anil recommending such iugiiaLiou ua Btiumo Ui lue neceatattiy uud expedient. The Htitte Department. The history of our recent dealingB ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 6 December 1894

1 m 11 laT ill 31 0 n HE official reports show that no baking- powder received an award over the RoyaS at the Chi cago World's Fair. lhc judge of awards pdwdcr writes that another company to the highest award is such award was given to it. The Royal Baking Powder is the purest and strongest baking powder on the have false: bak inn- claim by : received that no ''A I' HI WELL-KXOWN PEOPLE highest made, and has received the award at the Great International Expositions and Wcrld's Fairs wher ever exhibited in competition with others. It makes the finest, lightest, sweet est, most wholesome bread, cake pastry. More economical other leavening agent. than and any kI'll -ri - , !- iVV.i.... Y !'r"-VM Washington Forty Years Ago. Compared to the Washington of today, the cily 40 years ago was very shabby. I use the word unreservedly, as I recall par ticular instances of shabbiness. Pennsyl vania avenue was poorly paved, poorly lighted and covered with mud. The old caual was a receptacle for th...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 6 December 1894

.3 i y , '1 'f v :,Ns LEADER. 'J.F.8TEW. V Proprietor. nbltshed every Thursday t Toledo, Lin col county, uregon. . . Subscription Ktes: One year, -Six months, -' Three months, $1.50 75 50 Advertising; rates made known on i.)lctlou n iUc In the Jiuslnem lf?ali will bo Inserted In tLM cm nmns at Ave centa per line jier week, and will tf oe run udiu oraerea auconunaea, Every pof tmagterin Lincoln county la autborlz ed (o act aa agent tor the Lbadzb. Entered at the pontoffice at Toledo, Oregon, as wcona-ciass mau matter. Official County Paper. v LOCAL, NOTES For bargains in all lines go to O'Briens. . 1. P. Fish is laid up this week with the( mumps. - U. A. tiooker, ot btorrs, was in town last -Tuesday.' For useful and ornamental Xmas gifts go to O'Briens. J. SV Van Winkle came over from Albany Tuesday evening. Chas. Don Caster, was up from Newport last Tuesday, after some horses. It don't cost anythiug to show goods, so call at O'Brien's and see his Xmas goods. m Mrs. J. F. Stewart and...

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. — 13 December 1894

mmi 3' 'v h M tf ? 5 a ML' P 9 'ir Slums H. JgPond.on.t r" iri" all ttiizies,' ' 3STo-u.t2P3,l iti"'" jsTobtiirisc'. DIRECTORY. 11M0L COUM'I. otnr Lwsentative, -utci"- .men Tel. Carter Jr.o. D. Dalv P. V. Hurt It. F. Joi'es George Lamlis J. L. Hyde Geo. IietHers Jos. tiidenn - T. E. Parker Dr. F. M. Carter thus. WI1UB1D8 J. J. llrlsiow Toiedo, Lincoln County. Oregon, Thursday, December 13, 1894. Number 41. -Commissioners Court meets on Wed iltcr the lirst Monday in Fe'.iruary, August, October and December. CIRCUIT COURT. C. FuHerton, :.. Brawn..... Ml.VliA.ca li'.it.i . ..mi -V ill '! loDda)' In November ot each your, . ..Jndtre ...Proa. Attorney TOLEDO PRECINCT., I the Peace J. A. Hall Chun. Kuhl C1TV OF TOLEDO. Vincent, ...Mayor .jfl .- , , i.wuruer hi,'..'. Mflrshal sno, "1 ilexander :roKi'l Aldermen hers 'augh ollamore, J il mcots on the first Monday evening In nth. RCHES AND SOCIETIES. ODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Services ' be held under the auspices of the t Epiwopal church as fol...

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. — 13 December 1894

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. V. STKWABT.Kdltur and Proprietor. . ! OREGON LEGISLATURE ! Th$ Men .vho will Make Oregon' Lair. The next Legislature will be com' posed of 'the following persons: THE SENATE. Baker and Malhuer, i Will R King, populist. Benton and Lincoln, Carter, republican. I Tolbert : j " Clackamas, i Geo. C. Brownell republican. Clackamas and Mariotj i Alonzo J Gesner, republican. Clatsop, i -J. H. Smith, dem. Coos, Curry and Josephine, I J. A. Vanderburg, populist. . ' Crook, Lake aud Klamath, i C. A. Cogswell, democrat. Douglas i Henry Beckley, dem ocrat. Grant, Harney and Morrow, i A. W; Gowan, republican. Jackson, i S. H. Holt, pop. Lane, 2- B. F. Alley, rep., J. H. McClung, rep. . Linn, 2 S. A. Dawson; rep., A. J. Johnson, rep. , Marion, 2 I. L. Patterson, rep., W. H. Hobson, rep. ,. Multnomah, 5 C. H. Woodard; rep., O. N. Denny, rep., H. E. McGinn, rep., F. A. Bancroft,' rep., Joseph Simon, rep. , toik, 1 N. L. Butier, dem. Umatilla, 1 A. R. Price, rep. Umatilla an...

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. — 13 December 1894

LINCOLN COUNTY, OREGON. THE YOUNGEST COUNTY IN THE STATE. A Brief Description of Lincoln County. Oregon, iwuu, uuaeveiopea resources. T TVrTtT V rnrvn-v . . Lj ,v , was created by an ac t of the Legislature on February 13, 18P.1, and was formed from territory detached from Ben ton and;Tillamook counties. It is bounded on the east by Denton and Polk, on the south by Lane, on the west by the Pacific ocean, and on the north by Tillamook and folk. The county has a coast line of fifty mile's and an area of 1,-HO square miles, and a population of about S,000 Inhabitants. The temporary county seat Toledo. The permanent county seat location will be finally determined at the rpp.lar .tuna election in 1890. The act creating the County provides that the candidate for the county re ceiving a majority of all the votes caM shall be the permanent county seat. At the regular election in June, 1894, there were four" candi dates in the field for permanent county seat, and no place received a majority...

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. — 13 December 1894

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. V. STEWABT.Mltur ,j Proprietor. ublishcd f:very Thursday at Toledo, J-in col County, Oregon. Subscription Rates: Onej-ear, . - - - $1-50 Six months, - . . .75 Three months, - 1 .50 Advertising rates mads known on application Business lomls will be inserted In these col umns at live cents per line jier week, and will be run until ordered discontinued. Every postmaster In Lincoln county Is authoriz ed to act at agent tor the Leadck. Entered at the postofllce at Toledo, Oregon, an second-class mail matter. Official Comity Jupstc. LOCAL NOTES For bargains in all lines gp to O'Briens. For Useful and ornamental Xmas gifts go to O'Briens. It don't cost anything to show goods, so call at O'Brien's and see bis Xmas goods. C. B. Crosno presided over Mrs. Copeland's store during that lady's absence in Portland this week. We extend our thanks to the ac commodating editor of the Corval lis Times for favors extended this week. Mrs. C, G. Copeland went to Portland the fir...

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. — 20 December 1894

Ter, EKH ?ranfl DIRECTORY. LiscoLS coi'x rr. Tol, Carter ; Jno. D. Dulv 1 B. V. Hurt i 11. F. Jones George Landts I J. I. Hid.. ' deiiresentative, rSluperiiiteuaeut Geo. ISethers Jos. Gideon T. E. Parker Dr. F. M. Carter Clms, Williams .1, J, nrifllmv nntv Commissioners Court meets on Wed- j,T after the first Monday in February, ilJone, August, October and December, CIRCUIT COURT. J. C. Fullerton Jndge "'j. Brown, I'ros. Attorney ort convenes on third Monday in May and ill Monday in November of each year. TOLEDO PttECIXCT. ;of the Teace .table J. A. Hall Clius. Unhl CITV OF TOLEDO. I. Vincent, Mavor t, nnu '"'"i uei j.Ruhl Marshal I LTOHIIO, 1 11, Alexander 1 'nKf.taU'. Aldermen 'n U'AllfFh i ' ? rollamore mndl meetRon the first Monriavflvr iilnw in HUE'CHES AND SOCIETIES. ETHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. So rvlees till be neiu under the atwplces of the Sodist Episcopal churoh as follows: First iy in each month at Elk Citv schnol house l. m. ami u. in. oeuonu nnu l onrm it Toledo, at 11 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. — 20 December 1894

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. 1. f. VI KSVARl'.Kilit.ir anil I'ruiirirlor. Assesnor'g Con rent ion. The assesors of the stale iw-t in convention and bad a verv unriW. ful and enthusiastic meeting. They passed a resolution tW tk oCc.. be paid a salary sufficient and hire help themselves The following committee was ap pointed to act with the Board of Evualization committee during the legislature. Yoakum, of Baker. Wakefield of Wasco, Greenleaf of Multnomah, Parker of Lincoln and Sterling of Douglas. The following o Jicers were elect ed for the coming year: Jas. A Stel ing president, T. E. Parker secre tary. Upon invitation Governor-elect Lord made a visit and was intro duced by the president to each and every member present. Mr. Lord made a few remarks saying the as sessor's office was inadequately paid and hoped them success. The main business brought before the convention was an attempt to bring about an equitable rating of the renumeraUii received Ly &&c sovs, Hie .sence of the me...

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. — 20 December 1894

WILL BE IN TOLEDO AND WILL MAKE HIS HEADQUARTERS AT 1 COPELAND'S STOBE. 1 We will Itcccivethis week the finest Line of ,IS, . MIS A! 11! GiS EVER BROUGHT TO LINCOLN COUNTY. For Handsome and Useful Presents for Men, Women and Children, our Line is Full and Complete. Kemembcr that wc can please Everybody in making selections for LINCOLN COUNTY, OREGON. THE YOUNGEST COUNTY IN THE STATE. A Brief Description of Lincoln County. Oregon, us iucfl, unaeveioped Kssonrccs. CALL AND SEE OUR NEW GOODS C. G. COPELAND, AGENT FOR SANTA CLAUS- 1 1 'i.A I OISTV was crested b.-ana..t.,f the LegMature on Fvbruarv 13,li:t, and was formed from territory det.-.ohod from lien ton and.TillamoOk counties. It is bounded on the east by Benton and Polk, on the south bv Lane, on the west by the raciiie ocean, ar.d on the north by Tillamook and Polk. The countv has a coast line of r'.fty miles and an area of 1,440 square miles, and a population of about VXXl inhabitants. The temporary county sent Toledo. Tha perm...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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