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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 19 November 1896

1 ginmh oimtg Reader. T- ... fadeP"dnt na things INfetral to ISTothing. iMolume IV. Toledo. Lincoln fnimt ti." . - .. ..yJt v.,Bwn, inursgay. novemDer 10. 1000. Number ifi. i - n; jOlumc i. DIRECTORY. LINIOLN (OUNTV. -hi Senator intKeprese-itative, .nut; Judse trk - beriff ewnrer - . - . h,Kil Superintendent rrror .sessnr iwoer unnusloneni J .v.nnufommii'sloners Court meets on Wed- ,(iv titer the first Monday In February, irviaj - anil Itaum K.. ifil.JUne, AUgUBtt Ml-WOT, Bill. "VDIIIUCI, Tol. Carter K. K. Lake - J. O. Stearin B. K. Jono George Land!, J. L. Hvde 8. li. Irvin Z. M. Derrick Silas Howell T. M. Coomlis Chn. Williams r A. Godwin CIRLTIT COURT. , j. c. Fullerton, Judge I yaie Pros. Attorney Conrt convenes on 4th Monday In July and Mth liondny In January of each year. CITV OF TOLEDO. v tnn. Mavor K. Stewart Recorder lU. Mini Marshal 0. KroKftad 1 H. Alexander I). Kmwtad I am...... T.Peternol f Imlrlck ,ier Waugh J iiuncll meets on the II rst Monday evening in h month. O'BR...

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. — 19 November 1896

Lincoln County Leader J. F. TlVAItT. Publl.lir.-. TOLEDO OKKGOX THE MIS Of HE WEEK Comprehensive Kevlew of the Import Ant Happenings of the I'ast Week Galled From tne Telegraph Columns. The British steamer Stratholyde, from Calcutta for Galveston, went ashore in the Calcutta river. General Weyler hag taken personal charge of the Spanish army in Cnba. He reviewed the troops at Mariol, and then took up the march to the interior. The Chicago Tribune prints a list of 275 mills and factories which have re sumed business within the past ten days, giving employment to 155,495 men. A Constantinople dispatch says while counseling American mission aries to remain at their posts in Ana tolia, Minister Terrell bus advised the removal of the children of missionaries to places of safety. Tiiitro uieu were injured by the burst ing of a naptba retort in a straw fac tory in Milford, Mass. Their injuries proved fatal. The men were blown out of the building, and when pioked up the skin peeled from 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. — 19 November 1896

11 MASSING Russia Collecting a Large ; Force at Vladivostock. A MENACE TO ASIA'S PEACE Minj Ve,,eU Bnl VBr ne Hundred Thousand Men at the Port-Her Warlike rrrpnrutlour. gan Francisco, Nov. 16. The Bulle tin says: . . "A letter containing a duplicate ot mil advices sent by the regular corre spondent of tbe Hong Koug Press, at Vladivostock, was reoeived by the last China steamer, and was turned over to tbe BulletiK today. The communi cation shows that the ozar is massing troops in the Vladivostock district, and las a large number of naval vessels in northern water?. The priuoipal de tail! of tbe situation are contained in ibc W!winff paragraphs: " 'Although the KusBian govern ment explains that the massing of troops in the Primorsk and Eastern Siberia is due to "exchange of army divisions," it is learned that in all the divisions of Vladivostock there are not less than 113,000 men of arms, which monster army is looked upon as a men ace to the peace of Asia. ' " "The correspondent comm...

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 November 1896

DEATH IX THE WATERS, swimming, trying to come' ashoie, j and heard him call out "help!" two or three times. In a very short' Stanley Woodruff Drowned time all of the oystermen ashore While Oystering Xear wenl out aiter nim but he having Oyster City. ' heavy gum boots and gum coat on, . , ! his strength soon gave out and he A misstep, a plunge forward in- sank. ,hfi ,ast tjme before.th to the waters, an agonized cry for readled ,im Mr John fioone ! the help that was making almost 'j the earest ,Q ,)im superhuman efforts toreachhim, a he went dow the ast tj am short, hopeless struggle with th. the men a h Q rch for thp waters that had engulfed him and ; They found n andbroughti poor Stanley Woodruff sank be-it fth Jr rf J s , neath the waves, and the Yaquina . , , , , , , , . . ? He was taken ashore into Mr. Geo. river had added another victim to i h t i , , , i , . , . Boone s house, where he and his its list. These were the brief ele-1 K,.,,.. , . .., ' ments to a tragedy that occur...

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. — 19 November 1896

C. B. CROSNO & CO, . A liS'iil? kpi m mm, A. PARENT, M. D. C M Special attention tirci to Ds- ; 0 II omen, and Surgery . Toledo, . Oregon 1 f-v HAVE BARGAINS IX inn Laiiu Axvi jniivi, vuu jjiimis, J own Property in single Lots or Blocks IMPROVED OR UNIMPROVED. .rt-tof Tfile to any property in Lincoln Count furiiislied on tloiiiaiid. YATES & YATES, LAAVYERS, CORVALLIS, OREGON. ;!ec'.o The Steam Launch MASCOTTE," Commencing Monday, July nth will make tri-weekly tiips between Elk City and Newport, stopping at luieuuana laquina, on Mondays. Oi egori Wednesdays and Saturdays. Fare uetween eacti town 25 cents. Par cels under 25 lbs. will be delivered at any business place in either city for I puvUK.T UC1 5 lr,S. ! and mvler 50 !b. for 15 cts. Hx ! cursions or other business attended i to wlien not on regular run. A. H. CLARK, Master. reg-on Central & Eastern Ry. i'&TER TELLEFSON, D-uAEKR IN Sosraati Fe?3, Staple aad Faney Groceries, 'flcoSs, Clewing, Gents' rorjiisliittg G...

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. — 19 November 1896

IOP RAkTPP'Q n A I ft THAT was tlio way she was re ferred to lti n general way "Joe Baker's gal" and tliore were plenty of soldiers, teamsters and oth ers who did not know that her name was Mary. Joe Baker was a hunter, Indian tighter, seout, prospector unci miner, and lie had a cabin and a home up in the Three Buttcs of Idaho, to the west of Fort Hall, I'ather and daughter were all alone lie u man of 50 and she a girl under 'JO. We at the lort knew linn well, and we saw the "glTTTiuTfe often, but no one knew Joe Baker well enough to question him nlwut the past. For reasons of his own lie had taken up his abode beyond civ ilization, and though the life was wild and lonely and full of danger, the daughter seemed to prefer It. A girl of about IS when I knew her slight, blue eyes, short, curly hair, n strong face, dressed for climbing, rld Jng and walking, and one who com manded both admiration and respect the moment you laid eyes on her she had a handshake for officer and pri vate ali...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 19 November 1896

irirt a Dead Body. H Lewis, of 58 Second avenue.i Fn' , i nrnreedlnes to evicti Ztof b prospective grave in; Hill, cemetery, who, sue says, '?.,!. nnssesion of it The rOSIU",. r,l nn onawer tn ,, i. uname iu u-c - suit, but bis relatives are Tlg0r0U8 US'"- "ft"'"-" lilt tin I'ORTIANll LETTER. A HAPPY MAN. :m I3111 ,1, ,. hnalmnil lirmirht a in Lewis mi" l, eemei'-'J fpntaining jusv One he intended to oc- -fisel'f and 'ue other was for h!s I, Shortly after that he dlea ana re of the lot. " m of Mrs. iewis aim ,u the husband and father's grave hort Intervals. Kir last visit was on l.anor uay, Hen they aiscoeicu In Mrs. Lewis nan oi i" iui. .. end of it a stone bearins Inscription "Salmon Solomon." Lewis lnimeumieiy reiameu who served notice on the man- . of the cemetery that .Mr. holo- la'i body must be removed at once. Investigation was maue mm n ua Ijj that Mr. Bouimoii ikiu uri-u Led by mistake in airs, iewis grave i;ead of the adjoining one, wnicu to the Congri'gation (jnevre ,nhi...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 19 November 1896

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. K. STKWAKT.KdlturD(l Proprietor. I'tilillshed every Thursday at Toledo, Lluco'u County, OreKon. Subscription Kates: One year, ... $1.50 Six months, .75 Three months, - - .50 Kutered at the postotlice at Toledo, Oregon, as seeoiKl-t'lHSK mail matter. Advertising rates made known ou application Business lo?als will be inserted In these Wil li mns at five I'enlB ier line per week, and will be run until ordered discontinued. Every postmaster In Lincoln county Is authorlz ed to act as agent for the I.kajieii. Official County Paper. LOCAL NOTES Gowell buys and sells everything. You can get what you want at Gowell's. The rain storm has been succeed ed by clear, cool and frosty weath er. John Robinson returned last night from a visit to relatives in Portland. For clothing see the Fall and Winter Stock just received at O'Brien's. Flour and feed will be sold at a low price at the store of Peter Tel leison, Yaquina. Krogstad desires to close out his stock of wall pape...

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 November 1896

tmtt. Ixciepericiert in all tilings, Neutral in IxTotirig "Iplume IV. Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Thursday, November 26, 1896. Number 37. DIRECTORY. LINCOLN COUNTY. County Judge fierk heria SSSTaperlntendent Surveyor Assessor Coroner Tnl. Carter K. K. Lake - J. O. Stearns B. F. Jones George Land is .1. L. llyiie S. i. lrvin Z. M. Derrick Silas Howell T. M. Coombs Chiis. Williams F. A. Godwin rn,mtv Commissioners Conn meets on Wed- j... oftpr the I rst -MOlloay III rcomttiv, i-ffjuile! VogU, October and December. " CIRCUIT COU KT. FOR THE once a mm STYLES i h mm fee city OF TOLEDO. B F.Jones CIjis. llnhl ......U.U0.1C! t u.Kr..tad. IV H. Alexander 0.0. KWKsiaci v. Aldermen 1 t lVt.Tson ( Klleilriek, i Lester w augn i Council meets on the first Monday evening in eaii month. IN LINCOLN COUNTY. ! MEM'S and BOYS' Things to be Thankful For. That you are alive. That you live in Oregon. That times are getting better. That you live in Lincoln county That you are out of debt (if you i are...

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 November 1896

Lincoln Coanty Leader J. f. M1EWAKT. fabll.lior. TOLEDO OKMiOS THE NEWS Of lit M Comprehensive Review of the Import. ent Happening of the feet Week Culled From the Telegraph Column. Mrs. Mary B. Stevens, of Yale, while acting as chaplain of the Daugh ters of Rebekab, at their annual session in Springfield, 111., and as she was just beginning a prajer dropped to the floor and died of heart disease. A late rider in the American soldiers of Buffalo Bill's Wild West show, was most brutally murdered by a comrade in Omaha, Neb. The motive was evi dently robbery, and the murderer has fled from the oity, after a most remark able exhibition of coolness after his crime. Edward W. Curry, chairman of the Democratic state committee, died in Dee Moines, la., of blood poisoning, the result of an initiation into the Elks' lodge a few weeks ago. He whs seated in the eleotrio chair and was horrilby burned b fore those operating it realized what they were doing. Mrs. Folev. a widow. huaH n anrf her un...

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 November 1896

snsea I rdimiia nr ninnc SHT "J sv M""0- 115 UtMUUO ur run . . nnA Natives 'Both Spamaru Tired ot tne , SOME FACTS ABOUT SMUGGLING KDlTOB COKOSADO INTERVIEWED .lei's . .1 ... HI. Sol .. Cuallo Bieoutlonn. . York. Nov. 2S.-Manuel M. . . j : nf the Cnbnu patriots ronmaiio. B"'1"' hhi in . who escaped from that i city r la Lit lllYH ul uotooer, Ulirr v.! York this morning. He brought -ihhim important news for the junta r. city, ana early this afternoon headquarters. Of his escape ta Vhen I lourned by private tips that rteneral Weyler naooraereu u., into immediate preparations for es- xhe ordev was uui n Buiyiw I had seoured a diBguise in the coBtume ,, ordinary sailor. When my 'bouse vi surrounded Dy imps. 1 km..., tated oft ray heavy mnstaohe, and, denning my diBguise, whioh also in cluded a heavy raise oiav. Hepped into the house adjoining and to the street, as I thought, unobserved. I jumped into a :.. An alarm was eiven and tbe C1U l6v- , , , polioe pursued ine in another. I worked...

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 November 1896

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. 4. K.KTKWAKT.Kcllturand Proprietor. I'ubllshert ever- Thursday at Toledo, Liueo'B County, OrcKoli. Subscription Kates: One year, - Six months, ... Three months, $1-50 Hon. Jas. Ball ivas up from New port last Tuesday ou business. Krogstad desires to close out bis stock of wall paper, and will sacri fice it at half price. You can get what you need at Gowell's. Gowell buys and sells on a cash basis. A new line of Mackintoshes. Ladies! It you want a bargain ; Our lines are all full for the winter in onoes try u linen s special sale, Kiitered t the postoltice at Toledo, Oregon, m KecMnid-HtiNs muil luiilter. 75 , he is selling a $3.50 shoe for $2.25 ine Lorvallis limes announces Advertising rutes made known on upiilirntinu Business lo 'His will be inserted In these em lllniis lit live cents per line per week, and will be run until ordered discontinued. Kvery jmstuiHsterin Lincoln cnuntyls uuthoriz ed to net us uifeut lor the Leaijei.. Official County Paper. the ma...

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. — 26 November 1896

TV AA A Jk ?A (S(JaAssa,-. r'7 lit Ty. V Ji Bi!" CHOKING WITH CUOUF. "Save my child I " Dr. Acker's locl& Remedy ii unsuT med cure for eroup a:"1 ,!'-"VinS tough. It quickly removtt pSlepn. membrane oad fciSssLKation w dngetotu in these drmdcU i .raph.in-.s. It puts a stop to tlie whacKv.jr, lioarne gess, soreness, difficult brciiUii::;;- and luffocsting sensation;) c-mlurcti by tose (flietsd with asthma, frip and broncbitfa. OASPINO WITH ASTHMA. "Why can't I breathe?" "It Started t?!'.U a Cold." So said one of t'.:c I'rca'.jst of c'.u--tors, mid he was ri.;':t. All throat and h;';ii; disciw f... 7 ft a cc!;!. There is , ,r. ; V ,. 10 ciri them. Coat;-.:-f , taken to quickly i-j,nuv" lUe . ness, and inilarr.njnt;...!. pr v.'.,.., the greatest scianihts and nvsi', Li'.s sought for some discovery and at laut it was found in the form of .mo.Do CTO .V f T f. X. Si (lilf i ENGLISH I IMNtNmfHMHKmMs. J Dr. Acker's English Remedy pre vents the dangerous after-effects of a deep-seated to...

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. — 26 November 1896

0 BROWN'S THANKSGIVING It Made. This Speculator Think Life Worth the Living, AN D TO A GAY TYPEWRITER GIRL f .Brought Swest Peace from Out Life's Dizzy Whirl. GORGE CALDWEM in of Gotham town the moru be fore TbiinkiKlvlng From Hlep awoke, mo nciiriy broke life h n P n ! V ar.in ui A; fori ""'. uvinn. V- jits' tuis iuuu Iirown llflil llCOII ll,n,.n VJ down b jr Wall itrwi'i fluctuations; fcrwaRr 10 "su again seemed rz jrt?- 10 nun men ucvona mi calculations. "Sly race Is run, I'm unite undone " liiotvn mused as lie win dressing; "I never knew minus nitlte so blue uor cred itor ho pressing. And then lie took his poeketbook and count ed up his money. The dollars four, there no more, bo few were they seemed funny. It outdo IjIiii smile that little pile find then ii.tf bines departed, Tor Iirown had pluck, believed in luck for othose not chicken-hearted. And to Ills breakfast gully down went spec ulator (ieorge Caldwell ltrown. while he drank his entree hot to his hand a note was brought...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 26 November 1896

titer id e, kll I Ml lb. Ik, Pi J 1(1 J siri: TO 4 itt f r.-rled on the Sw:ft Cnr- ..V.of.Klvcr. nelnewnli.ninKan oil train. '? " ......... ,v,is October. We had f''C s,,oll or dry weather, ami f J,."blunlns to break out In V,13 all ver the ........try. lhat tw,n""." ..... ; , ill,, sun went u - !l three miles nhove .lonesvllle Lenses a rtiullnw little river " n,..f..i..li llin heart nf liPli, runums " - - - town. siiii" "" , .... Tin. mills were at il.e lower ,,!(,. town, where the water falls ..thirty feet Into a deep ravine. At 'i,,,. where the railway crossed the I ' bank) were steep, anl the J.T Was )ieee Ul wuuiirii ui-sm- , m thundered down the prude . . . , 1. 1.. i. ........ ulinff to tne miiw " imm view by a eurvo-we notieed at the fires were Buttlnj; close to the Jfk on both sloes. It'll be had If the tire iieis into me .... , , i i.i .i,.t.... iilif, sa Ul noil .uaeiniiiiim. m: " i-i. n,e as I heaved a shovel or eoal lino .to hole. It was dusli by this time. Iiukrd out a...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 26 November 1896

Rock Creek Ripples. The roar of the mighty waters that flood Rock Creek in the storm is unheard by one quiet sleeper above the gorge, and a stranger has passed alone to the unknown. An old man came into the moun tains about October 19, to prospect for gold. This morning he was found in bed, in that sleep that knows no waking. Friday moru ing Alvin Brock left his cabin, oc cupied recently by himself and the old miner, to work on the opposite side of Rock creek. At noon the miner called Alvin to dinner, but the creek had risen and carried away the foot-log so he went to Henry Scott's, and on returning Saturday morning found the man in bed with every appearance of having passed away in his sleep. The deceased was a large man with gray hair and moustache. His name was J. R. Hessle, and it is supposed that he came here from McMinnville, and that he has rela tives in or near Portland. Our mail carrier, Andrew Porter, reports this his worst trip. Many of the bridges and some parts of the r...

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 December 1896

Jiittoh fmtnfrt fender. In.c5.epn.drit biuirielV- ijn. edl tilings, IsTe-xj.tr'eil jilllECTOItV. Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Thursday, December 3, 1896 in 3XTot.tii.rig. Number 38. ti.MOLX (oi'vrv. Advertise the Country. Judge jsjerinteailent Tnl. Cnrtcr I E. H. I.nko ! - J. O. .Slearns : B. l- Jones ; George l.nndis J. h. Ilviio I K. G. Ir'vin ' Z. M. liorrirk SIIhh Howell T. M. Coonilia Chus. Williams jM'jnenJ . . F. A. Uoduin ,tCnnral:siiinersf'onrt meets on Wert- ;ter tne nrsi "? iii.,,, , jane, Aupust, October ami iieeemuer. CIUCl'IT CMl'UT. r. Fulk-rtun w...rnii?o Vales " . """'""J 4tn Mommy in juiy una nt earn venr. FOR THE u.w siM u m mm Totu Tongue does not take his seat in congress until after the 4th of next March. This thing of hav ing to wait a year or so before tak ing your seat iu congress is a good deal like being elected assessor. mm X: ponv f nes on 4tl LINCOLN COUiX TV. BOYS' C1T.V OK TOLKDOV tie- ...M.m.r! ,l!trl KncunU'i' ::'ul:l.. Marshal l3:rE:::::::::::::...

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 December 1896

AMONG the early Institutions of Plumas County was the migra tory court of bis Ilouor, Squire Bonner. Id the summer of 1852 an apprecia tive public elected Tlioinns Bonner Justice of tliu peace lu Quartz town ship. He was not the only early-day Jus tice In the county, for the records of Butte show Unit Edwin Fitch In 1S51, J. IJ. McGee In 1852, und William Bob ertsou In 1853, all qualified as magis trates In Quartz township, while S. S. Morton, Samuel Curneuter, D. F. II. Low, Lewis Stark and II. M. Gnzley did the same lu Mineral township dur ing the eorreKNondlug period. Kquire Bonner, however, seems to have been the only one of the lot who made any special effort to discharge the duties of his ollice. Justice, as he impersonated her, was Dot merely a blind goddess, standing with balances and sword, by her altar, ready to hear the plaints of the alllict cd. I''ar from It. She was rather a lynx-eyed detective; r, more properly speaking, a kulght crrnnt, going from place to place seek...

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 December 1896

HEIR TO SICO.OOO.OOO. Lii.K.Vonderlillt I. the Itlscest iTrlotest inarrlngMible youth of W. .... rt set la William K. Sit the cUU-st son of Will k Vawleibllt. He Is now 20 years mav ti Diittnnrt i,ln(l It taKCS """"" """ ' m" ntiwr vounir limn of his Pr ...Hlom. Willie, as he is K Is the heir to $100,000,01i0. and ,hfte are many Mu"it - mere u' , ,,,.. whiln Sahrothor. Harold. aKed 14, It is uiicved Us fllR,r wil1 foIIow ,llt; ,c,ld .(hls-Tauafntlierand father, the late William H. Vandcrbilt. and leave llm talk of his fortune to his elder son. narold will probably have to put up ,ilb a paltry IflO.OCiO.OCO. Willie" Is particularly olT-hand, nn ismning, hail-fellow well-root In his ,8j& He Is now only passably souJ Wklng, hut gives promise of being hocb bandsomer live years henee. lie Isitoutuvo feet nine Inches tall now. Ub shoulders are rather broad for his ,w. Willie Vauderbilt, aside from his iaoiey. Is sure to make friends. He is M simple In his habits, ways and fus ion! tha...

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 December 1896

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. .1. K.Si hWAlM',:!;tormI Proprietor. I'tifiiMiorl every Thursday tit Toledo, I.hiou'n County, Oregon. Elk City Gossip. Subscription Hates: One year, ... Six months, ... Three months, Eiitere'l at the p .stoiliee at Toledo, Oregon, as (.ccoii'i-ciiins until mallei. Advertising rates made known on application Business lo'nls wilpbc ir.serTed in theVeoT uinus at five cents per line per week, and will be run until ordered discontinued. proles- After Senator Mitchell's Scalp. The Oregonian and a class of its followers, are redhot after the scalp of Senator Mitchell, the excuse now being that he refused to make a public recantation of his free silver views after election. Just at pres ent the Oregonian is not saying much, but it hardly is sues a paper but what more or less space is given to the utterances of correspondents all the way from "Pro Bono Publico" to Lydell Ba ker, the clerk of Oregon's pet insti tution, the board of railroad com missioners. All of these ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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