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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 24 December 1896

anz I ffiin 2V Inciepericin.t IV. DIKECTOII Y. Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Thursday, December 24, 1896 Number 41. , utor -iciirefcntiitivo, A mperfite t:M0:sry. Ti l. Carter I K. K.I.Kko; - J. . sttwis ' ft. K. Jones ; CJeoTve Laiuits J. I.. Ily.le irll"lt h. (J. Irvill ! -U. liorrli'K . Stiiis Howell ! T. M. Cpiiii.hs Ci'ns. WT.liinns ' 1'". A. Gimv, in . Court li-.c-tf nn Weil-1 miiiy in IYbrnary, UetoLcr anil l:eca;i.bt.V. O'BRIEN'S, x.s!iner j .-.rCf'JITI i 'li' i Vt ti '-- i' l.'Jni'S, Aupl-'l " fii'.l'riT C'llL'll j.r. Full rti.n . Yules. Mcwlny in 1 .TnrVe i'ti-s. AiUinitiy Muiuli'V in July 11 ml 01 ejii l: ycur. j 1 -!th . ivnrt.. . !:e'nn!i . . Mnish. . Kr.l;i .lMt?fJf I i .uiitfn, J or.ii!i'CUon the !irt .roiidayovcning in ' ' ;".IT :- -s ' v.. .; i'r-?H :ec:xct. - t .... . 1 j t ot:hc .ut.e .7. A. Hn'l J.C.Aliro fAVPOI'.T. - I-cti-i YAQ'i'lNA. ..'ico. r. 'y!v-'stcr .W. 11. IratLhlU-M ... ..I. S. Tll.r.th ! .V. U Wn'.klrm : Ki.K CITY. A c .A. It. C'urk limkt.u.tur I.lT...

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. — 24 December 1896

Lincoln County Leader j J. K. S1KWAICT. Hulill.liKr TOI.KIM) OKKOOX THE NEWS OF HE WEEK Comprehennlva Review of the Import, nut Ilappenliiga of the Ptit Week Culled From tbe Telegraph Column!. M. Fhillipe Eugene C'nissurt radioal deputy for the first division of Laen, France, is dead. A Roaen dispatch say! the French steamer Marie Funny is a total loss, off the island of Alderuoy. The cap tain was saved. Fonrteen members of the crew were drowned. Ernest Chase, of Detroit, Mich., oat the throat of his wife, and with the ame weapon out his own throat from ear to (Mr and full flpArl tiAairln hr The tragedy was the climax of a life of onhappiness. . , j c,i . . . m Alexander Salvini, son of Tomaso Rlvil th rt i,h ma in Florenoe, Italy. He died of inteB- tinul tuberculosis. The Italian news. paperB publish eulogistio obituaries of the deceased actor. C. S. Jackson, of Pendleton, Or., has started a popular subscription to help the Cubans. Mr. Jackson says be has been asked by prominent ci...

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. — 24 December 1896

Shi 'Mi, NOW 1 noaoef id In, wild Pitf Dlldit, tei "Ulbllfw- U Bir- 9 it eitr. Chit. , ett. s coia- wn; W of in ithiki W tare igtli jrai rigbL wit to M udnl c5ame of Events in the 1 Northwest. dence OF STEADY GROWTH Warr.nu Served ,turi of CoiiiiiiirifuierH Leadville, Col,,.. Dm. 18.-While the board of coninihsioners ol this (Lake) county wore iu special sessiou tonight they were arrested by the sher iff on a mandate from the state supreme oourt, commanding that they be u.UUgi,, uoiuiu mat court to uioinseivea ol ooutomnt. l'"iiwrii Trl,..l l,T the llllnnl. I'eutral luilroad Company. Chicago, Dee. 17.-The Illinois Cen tral railroad officials have before them the applications nf k nnn .i., j l'imnipi from tlie For I'o.t Now rn Lvhil.ition in Herlin. There are now on exhibition in ono of tiie iuuscums of tlie German ilt :i 1 specimens of a pigmy rare who were that road who desire ! recently brought f rem one of the movin company's stock. These aoDlicatiom ' lt's "' 1'riiisli l'.uiniah...

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. — 24 December 1896

i 1 'ill i J ; THAT TAX REBATE. A Subscriber at Newport Wishes to Know About It. A subscriber at Newport having read about the $9.05 tax rebated to Commissioner C. H. Willtams, last session of the county coiirt, asks to have some light thrown on the subject. He writes as follows: "Newport, Or., Dec. 21, 1896. Editor Leader: I see in your last issue in the county court pro ceedings the following: 'Petition of C. H. Williams for rebate of taxes: Petition granted and war rant ordered drawn for $9.05.' Now there are several taxpayers in this place that would like to know what Mr. Williams got his $9.05 for, and whether there is a chance for any of the rest of us to get a small rebate on our taxes also. as the Dave Williams farm. A comparison of the assessment with the Butord farm near, upon which the improvements are not nearly so valuable, shows that the Williams cultivated lands were assessed at 153-33 Per acre and the Buford cul tivated land at $35.71 per acre. , Mr. Williams sat as ...

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. — 24 December 1896

jWinter something aper Leader. m IMIDIHIIK Is coming on and you will want To read during the long Winter evenings. You can get any Or Magazine of any note in the United States at reduced rates when clubbed with the CALL AND SEE ABOUT IT. immiiini Toledo Market Report ?T8gs fresh 3oc, packed 25c. Bu.!ter- ranch 15c to 4c. creamery 55perroll. 'aktoes 4oc to 50c per bu. hb tore per lb. lour 5 $4.60 per bbl. $l ircwt- horts $1.10 perewt. "If 45cperbu. lVheBt $1 perbu. arsniPs $1 perewt. arrots $10 per ton. ,y $10 per ton. Ch,ttem '$1.50 per cwt. WANTED. One hundred bush els of good Potatoes on subscription. Will allow the highest market price when delivered at any rail road or river point. OTTO O. KROGSTJD, Reg. Pharmacist. DRUGS, BOOKS Etc. Toledo, - Oregon R A. PARENT, M. D., C. M., Special attention given to Dis eases of Women, and Surgery. Toledo, Oregon Two Good Papers FOR THE Price of One. We have made arrangements by which we can offer THE WORLD FAMOUS II -AND- The Leader ONE YEA...

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. — 24 December 1896

1 If Tt Kill WELCOME CHRISTMAS. Thrice welcome, dny of diiys! Tbevskles Ope wide their Ktes ut thy commiiud And IJcuvcu's sublimest symphonies Hull grandly over sea nnd laud. Tin- dva of chiirlty distill Their Incense evervwhere. nnd comes unlveisiil Joy til till The highest and the humblest homes. Thy sen doth Mess with holler kiss! Thy lirenth n grander these doth hymn! Thy wlnjrs do elose the lilnck uliyss Of evil, mid no lunger dim Are valleys of eternal pence. Or mud where Its own restores. But hkies iiiienrtiilned show Increase Of glory on thy crystal shores! And thou dost light for me nirnln The yule-log on the homestead hearth. The graves where long the dead have lain Do open, as a vernal garth, And tilooni for me once more the loves That roseate made my youthful days; Within thy firelight lives and moves My mother, haloed with the rays Of I'arndlse. and ns her twin Lips with the olden fondlings part. Anil I. enraptured, cuddle In The. velvet haven of her heart, I see the pa...

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. — 24 December 1896

1 -ACE FORAGIRDLE. . i Hetwei.il the Overland W C" I tliu Atlnntic Cub e. frsewn iH-twwti tin- Old TI'rJl . ..... v... Tin" rni-ors wort- .. ...I ..ill llll- " . One was nd;" the other wits ,h ooinrnmes, 115'"' . 1.. .Russian '' " ...i.,iiiin Cilhle." 1 ,'nik of ilie-'-nnsslnii" by le "'!'. , minster in Uritlsh Tti.li ami Ms '' 1,1 """' I'P '"""I Ve un.l.loml Fniw Uiver 'ivitwas to rim. then on through '311t' i ...il.1.,.iiwiaa n. A lliwl.-n Berin" Strait, over the tiiiilier !fWs"or Arctic- Siherla. mid 1 the dreary "f ,1,e Okhotsk am the mouth of the Amoor. There I.., Amorirsn racers, catted -vcsiorii lCil .t 1 i-.w.a tr. " were to ts'l; y ' ' Iniou, telesntiili ii. a rnsNii ii I"' ' i. l,..f !,.. was to maive i m '" " " department. iu selling Moscow. . iMem Viii'"' said it would cover Lffouml in aliout two. years. 1 no I " ,i i i..it ilvn iiiitltiins of fvSt IVOUJU oc " inllars; lint what a- uw- innnmir. i lollars it tin' l " Mrlcglnllc of the earth? w The patli' of the "Atlantic"...

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. — 24 December 1896

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. I. r. STKWAKTlC4ltor n Fratrletor. Published every Thursday at Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon. Subscription Kates: One year, Six months, Three months, Entered $1.50 75 .50 nwuu'uiM mail Uiniwr. Advertising rate made known on application Buslnesa lojals will be Inserted In these coi nmni at five centa per line per week, and will km I I A I . i .. 1 vv.uu uuMivimiBuumvuiiuumt Every postmaster (n Lincoln county la author!! ed to act as agent for the LiaDia. Official County Paper, LrOCAL, NOTES Dressed up Gowell's store. For clothing see the Fall and Winter Stock just received at O'Brien's. A fine line of Gents Hats of the latest shades and styles just opened at O'Brien's. Gowell's trade is still increasing. The volume of business done re duces profits to the minimum. Wm. Hall, Thos. Harrison, Robt. Rowinand J. M. Russell, made up a delegation from Beaver creek that visited Toledo last Monday. Ex-Represeutative John D. Daly wants lo be chief reading clerk of the h...

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. — 31 December 1896

Mi at pull- Up' ,11 pumcjy. . i!rl lSrot3.irg: KtpreMntative, luage Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Thursday, December 1806. Number 42. T m mirns F "IT I jZjZlzfJZT F':11rff-nyW T Ik T !... "FEES OR SALARY?:;. -I information Wanted -.4 .. ir tl 7 H 14 u I fk y T w J E fit it ?:?-!;::. : I i JU J Superintendent Jtor ' Tol. Carter . K. Lake - J. O. Stearns B. P. Jones George LaiuUt J. I,. Hvde 8. O. Irvin Z. M. Derrick Silas Howell T. M. Coombs C'hKS. Willlama F. A. Godwin liatoneri UcooniMioners Court meets on Wed 5, it the first Monday in February, t. June, Auguit, October and December. jCIRCtllT COURT. JcFanerton, Judge Jwei, i,,..Prosr Attorney it convenes on 4th Monday in July and I jlondy In January of each year. , I CITY OK TOLEDO. ' Le, ...Mayor 4 .. j ...... .'. . Recorder Mil,.'.', Marshal irofttwl; I jAleitnder I IKwgftad Aldermen Pennon, I : Jtitk Iwiurt, J ItilmMUon the first Monday evening in IUUI. TOLEDO PRECINCT. ol the Peace J. A. Hall ibis J.C.Altree NEWPORT. - - ' o...

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. — 31 December 1896

rail BfeflBSfeZ OOOCOOOOOOOOOC30COOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOi3 RAPPED BY APACHES. oooooooooocoooa 3000OOOO0OOO0CO00OCC0OCGO0O000O0OOCCXK) HIS closely-cropped beard liml mustache were whitened by the snows or many winters, lint Ills eyes with still bright Willi tlie lire of manly vigor n ml liis frame :is upright iiml supple apparently as when lie left West I'olnt to take his llrst gazette. Long years hail ehipseil since that time, wlreu a raw subaltern, pos sessed as they all lire, with the belief i hut his presence was neeileil to Im prove the morals nnd tllsclpline of the service, he tail taken the train for the Southwest, where his regiment was dis trllinteil among the various frontier posts whieh at that time dotted the Hinul-eovereil plains of the territories. Many a brisk light Willi hostile Indians mid several pitelied battles witli them had seen him at t ho head of his platoon or troop, but all that was over as he stood before the lire-plaee and calmly smoked his af...

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. — 31 December 1896

Lamps at Washington, d. c. Llate Years They Gather There in Cireut norce. WMhlnetoD, D. C, 1ms been for years J favorite winter resort for tramps, but in the famous march of Coxey's Irmy it lias become a veritable mecca, UNCLE SAM'S BIGGEST GUN, ife$mmt mine w. umuLC A FOOIJHH KK.41. Mightiest of buds ever built In America, and one of the largest yet con ,tmrtwl anywhere, is the 10-Inch engine of war on which work is nmv hBin,. noslied nt the Watervliet Areenal. It will bc49.7 feet long, weipli 12.'. tons live a range of sixteen miles, ami will penetrate Inches of the best steel armorat two miles. Mounted at Fort Wndswortli, In ease of hostilities with Spain, this gun would be able to hurl a 2,370-iinund projectile at a mau-of-r before she got within seven miles of Sandy Hook. Contest lit t ween flie llol.. ! Teleeraph nnl the Atlantic Cab c. ; The nice-course was between the Did World mid tlie Xew. The racers were telegraph cipiiipntiies. One was called the "Russian Overland;" the ...

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. — 31 December 1896

It; If Ml 1! ,! i: . ! m' Rock Creek Ripples. . Mrs. G. W. Kneeland and her, son Harry have started for San .Francisco, where he has work. Mr. ! Kneeland will probably join his wife if he finds sale for his cattle. Miss Edna Miller, of Nashville, 1 and her nephew, June Edwards, were on Rock creek this week look-1 ing her brother's cattle. j Geo. B. Trotter has returned' after a week's sojourn at Indepen dence and Fall City. Oscar Belcher had a very trouble some tooth extracted while at the Agency. On his return he paid a visit to the families of A. W. Skinner and G. B. Hampton. Linn Skinner is hard at work on his ranch. His father is still teach ing in Eastern Oregon, and his health is much improved. Miss Ida Skinner and Miss Maggie Hampton, two of our "school ma'ams, " visited the Steer Creek schoo 1 Wednesday afternoon, and were much pleased with the little school under the. management of Miss Edith Lillie. Rock Creek is still making im provements. Now it is a good trail over the ...

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. — 31 December 1896

Paper Leader; :::::: Winter Is coming on and you will want Something To read during the long Winter evenings. You can get any Or Magazine of any note in the United States at reduced rates when clubbed with the W ;V&trv wAm4- ft W W l 4rV IrrK WALL, AINU fcfcti AKUU1 11. mnn Toledo Market Report. E8gs fresh 30c, packed 25c. Butter, ranch, ..I5C t0 25C creamery.., 55 per roll. Potatoes, 4oc to 50c per bu. Cabbage to ic per lb. Flour $4-6o per bbl. Bran- $i percwt. Shorts $1.10 percwt. 0ats ' 45cperhu. WheB $1 per bu. Parsnips , $1 per cwt. Carrots.... $i0 per ton. Hay -$to per ton. Chittem ' 1.50 per cwt. wanted; One hundred bush els of good Potatoes on subscription. "VTill allow the highest market price when delivered at any rail road or river point. OTTO O. KROGSTAD, Reg. Pharmacist. DRUGS, BOOKS Etc. Toledo, - Oregon JJ, A. PARENT, M. D., C. M., Special attention given to Dis eases of Women, and Surgery. Toledo, Oregon Two Good Papers FOR THE Price of One. We have made arrangem...

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. — 31 December 1896

Lincoln Goanty Lead Off '1 i A HALF MINUTE FIGHT. J. F. STEWART. PulllUher. TOLEDO OREGON I NEWS OF IDE Hi OaaDprehenalve Review of the Import. at Happening of the fait Weak Called From tbe Telegraph Columns. A Birmingham, Ala., special says that Joe James, colored, wai lynched at Woodstock. He attempted to as sanlt Fannie Smith, aged 17, while she was on her way to school. An trade has been issued granting amnesty to all Armenian prisoners, ex oept those sentenced to death for mur der. The terms of the amnesty include about 100 Armenians under sentence of death for other offenses than murder. Contrary to advices from Sun in u has been ascertained that the Spaniards were ignominiously defeated by Phil lppine insurgents in the combined naval and foot attack on Noveleta from No vember 8 to 14. The Spaniards lost heavily. A special from Paris says it is sug " gested that Great Britain, France and Italy, the powers most interested, offer their services in the Cuban question in order to ...

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. — 31 December 1896

UP IN BLUE CUT. J irnrk of Train Kohhera Near f'" Kansas City. V.niM City, Deo. 25. Blue out, historic through the operatioua f l of e James and Younger bands, they were pioneers in the train- ktL business, was the Boeue tonight j , , fourth hold-up by road agents. !' 9.2o o'clock tonight, the St. fitii and Chicago express, which left U ty t 8:45, was nagged at L cot, and came to a standstill. JUed men immediately oovered the 1,'ueer and fireman and compelled Itm to get down from their oab. At Llama time another member of the Sd uncoupled the express-oar from He rest 01 we Lcklv climbed aboard the looomtive L eipress-oar and before the sur tliei trainmen had time to oollect Lir wits, the bandits were speeding Ltd the steep grade beyond Blue out, Lb the engine and expresB-car. The Less-messenger, A. J. Frier, of St. iooiJ. was a prisoner in the express vr. When they had gone a safe dis tance the robbers halted and proceeded to rifle the contents of the express-car. Ihey forced the me...

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. — 31 December 1896

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. i. V. STKWABT.Kdltor snd Proprietor. . Published every Thursday at Toledo, Llnco'n County, Oregon. Subscription Rates: One year, - - - $1.50 Six months, - - - .75 Three months, - .50 Entered at the postottioe at Toledo, Oregon, as second-class mail matter. Advertising rates made known on application Business losals will be inserted in these eoi umin at live cents per line per week, and will be run until ordered discontinued. Every postmaster In Lincoln county Is authorli ed to act at agent lor the Leader. Official County Paper. LOCAL, NOTES Remember Gowell sells and buys everything. Miss Effie Crosno is visiting friends at Elk City. Flour and feed will be sold at a low price at the store of Peter Tel lefson, Yaquina. If you don't get what you want it is because you don't ask for it at Gowell's. For the best groceries and fresh fruit call at Peter Tellefson's, Ya quina City. Harry Denlinger received a new typewriter from bis father as a Christmas present. Ladie...

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. — 7 January 1897

! Wittrnln der. WIG P U M By real? title j ss. To, j Corn! Irego f Kt EugeJ i. RS, cher.l ion of I'J nin-l Ihtllll 14" t Kl I 1 Volume IV. t i i . : - - - . o Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Thursday, J anuary 7, 1897. Number 43. Din ECTOR Y. LIM'OLN COUNTY. it Senator I, Bepreientative, ntj Judge (riff fol gnperintendent imisioners I L.K Commissioners Court meets on Wed-; Sir after the first Monday in February, in June. August, October and December. Tol. Carter . R. Lake J. O. Stearns I B. F. Jones George Lnmlis i .1. L. Hyde 8. O. Irvin . Z. M. Derrick Silas Hnwell T. M. Coombs Chas. Williams . F. A. Godwin : JEN'S, CIRCUIT COURT. j J. C. r'ullertim .Tndpo ' s Yates 1 run. Aviorutiy Inrt mnvcnoH on 4th Monduy In July and IihMoudiiy in January of each year. CITY OF TOLEDO. Jones ...Mayor Stewart Recorder js. Kuhl Jiarsnai ii.Krogstad. 1 vH. Alexander I $ Kr',,"d V Aldermen J. Peterson I fWriolt I sier Haugh J (nuncil meets on the first Monday evening in : b month. I" TOLEDO PRECINC...

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. — 7 January 1897

in CWO OCOCKXKX3COOCOOOOOOOOOOGOOCKX)OOCOCOOO 8 A SINGULAR GUEST. 1 o g CCrOOCOOOCOOCCOOOTOOgOOQ ATI'S of Ilrxton T" -r KXUV Al l s of llcxton com I 1 plcted tin? fixing of the wires on JL the lawn of Haslcigh court. He looked up at Ilic ilim light in tin? dress ing room ami i-liucklcd softly as ho bunt tin? last yard of wire. "A trip In tirni'," said Mr. Apps, "saves nine." lie threw tin- rope ladder gently in tln air. and at the lirst cIToi-t caught tin- projecting nail. "(lliii- on lioard the lugger,'" quot ed Mr. Aiw, facetiously, as lie mounted tin- rope ladder, "'and the. gurl is mine.' " lie opened the window very gently anil soon stood inside the dressing room. .Near i in- nihil- in die coiner 01 the room was an iron safe. "Well. I'm ji.m-n-il!" exclaimed Mr. Apps. He loosened the Haps of his fur rap and wiied his hrow with the back of his hand. "Well. I'm jiggered! If they 'aveu't been and left the key in it for me." "I might 'ave shed myself a lot of trouble if I'd a-knowe...

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. — 7 January 1897

SAki M 1 ; LIFE-SAVING STATIONS, How it . Anlmnl Cenauft. t.i.,ioi enumeration of the animals Lira to science includes no less than kt; 000 rooogmsseu BiILl iuc Ltier Is believed to be very much ,er It has neen esuniureu mat or nlmie the earth harbors 2,000,- inspecles, Imt the late Prof. Riley re Lii ovpii that estimate as far too L Anmnlinir to his opinion 10,000,- L would be a uioilerate estimate of the inniber of Insect species: x ne milliner If individuals Is, of course, Incalculable. Thousands of Tons of Dust. Accordiujr to the estimates of Mr. J. T'dden, who has studied the remark- Me phenomena of dust and sand i.iiuis iii the arid region nr tun west, per cubic mile of the lower air dur- an ordinary "dry storm contains it least !! tlls of dust, while in severe lormsof this kind as much as 12(1,000 Las of dust and sand may be contained fc a cubic mile of air. Dust storms iinetlmes last for twenty or thirty win. Termites Destroy a Cnble. jj The French Academy of Sciences was Wo...

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. — 7 January 1897

i Make New Resolves. A happy New Year to all our readers, members and friends. It is a very useful custom at the end of an old year and the begin ning of a new one to reflect upon the events and experiences of the past and make good resolutions for the coming year. We trust that our readers will also take counsel, each with him or herself, and con sider if all in all the past twelve months have been as profitable and pleasant as they might have been. Have your efforts been as success ful as you expected and intended them to be? We all want to be successful, not temporarily only, but permanently if possible. In order, then, to se cure the successive aim to achieve it is necessary that we adopt measures that will prove equal to the task we have set ourselves to accomplish. There is no accident in this world of ours. Events, experiences, phenomeua, etc., do not just happen regardless of re lations, conditions, conduct, con tact, precedence or consecutiveness but in due order. Cause and...

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