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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 11 February 1897

(5) .JEW 'Jt, Tlio tralii t nurse is one of tin most Attrac tive flowers ,f modern civilization. Displaying the dread Salty Gamp of yesterday, with ber Inevitable whisky bottle and her unfailing stupidity, the trained nurse bag come to comfort and to bless. Slie li fleet-footed and sure of hand; she is of unflinching courage and unbelievable endurance, and, heaven be praised, she lijoung, comely and cleanly. We all know the old nurse, her pecu liarities and her limitations. She may not have been quite so frowsy as Mrs. Gamp, her weakness for "just putting toe bottle to her lips when she was so ... kAte, TnE OLD-FASnlONED NURSE. iispoged" might not have been eo mark ed, and perhaps she did nr approve of Mrs. Trig's somewhat abrupt manner of soothing fractious patients, as did Mrs. Gamp, but she was not an attrac tlre figure at best and did little to rob the sickroom of the least of its terrors. Sne was generally some whimsical, fat and untidy widow who had seen fifty or more hard win...

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. — 11 February 1897

Free Course of Study by Correspon dence. To meet the needs of large num bers of people both old and young who live in remote sections of the country or in places where the schools are not advanced, the Uni versity of Oregon has made arrange ments to conduct a four year s course of study by correspondence. The plan is to make this course en tirely free, except a small charge which will cover the actual ex penses. This charge will be in the form of a small sum for each lesson sent out. It will not exceed what is actually paid out for postage and clerical work in conducting the course. Students will be expected to order their text-books either through local dealers or from Port land book stores. It is hoped that large numbers of people will avail themselves of this opportunity to do this kiny of work under compe tent guidance. It is also hoped to interest the press of the state in the undertaking so that it may be come widely known. The course will be divided into five departments of s...

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. — 11 February 1897

of be sure 4. T 1 am an anv If ?m! Sou Paper Leader Wmter . t. 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 CALL AND SEE ABOUT IT. Toledo Market Report. E8SS fresh 20c, packed 15c. Butter, ranch 15c to 25c. creamery 55 per roll. Potatoes 40c to 50c per bu. Cabbage yi to ic per lb. Flour $4-60 per bbl. Bran $1 percwt. shorts Ji.io Dercwt. .45c per bu. Oats. Whe $1 per bu, rarsmps $1 per cwt. Carrots $10 per ton. Hay $10 per ton. CWttem $1.50 per cwt. (Concluded from page 1 .) State vs. J S Booth, J P fee., Crowder, 2.00 W L Watkins, constable fees, ' State vs Crowder, T3-35 G F Luckey, cost bill, state vs Wilson, 7.85 C C McBride, et f al, witness fees, State vs. Wilson, 7.85 G W Greenwood, et al, jurors' John McCullun 7.00 W A Ridenour 12.00 P N Lathrop 8.00 J Reynolds 10.80 WCCopeland, 4.00 In the matter of the county print ing for the year 1897: ...

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. — 11 February 1897

Lincoln County Leader J. r. HI KWAHT. r-uhll.liei-. TOLEDO ORKCON I NEWS OF THE WEEK Gompreheniilva KeTlear or tha Import ant II a p pan I n c of tha J'ant Waak Culled From the Telegraph Columna. The Great Northern west-bound over land passenger train was wrecked near Wenatchee, Wash. The wreck was caused by the spreading of the rails, and the entire train left the track. Some of the coaches went over a twelve- foot embankment and landed on their sides. There were about thirty people in each coach, but almost miraculously no one was killed, and only three per sona were painfully injured. The Pennsylvania state capitol haa been destroyed by fire. The legislative balls are in ruing and a new structure must rise from the ashes of the building that has served as a meeting place of the state legislature since 1823. The flames within the short space of an hour, ate up $1,500,000 worth of prop erty. The inefficiency of the Harris burn volunteer tire department ia gen erally blamed. A speoi...

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. — 11 February 1897

e Be, ' CEN ' fell. 111., lail;s ave It, ii suets Win, char., chil M-i.;. Iegrs. 8 elm nb is: Wilt, liedul nriiit lent etk- idn1 JOINT ASSEMBLY FAILED. tored- ) tvl rack Milt X,Mi"y Forty-Six Vote Could Hot Be Muaterad. Ir,. joint assembly of the Oregon I htare for the purpose of electing a ! .1 l'..l.. tfd States senator ui noun uium-b-to naught. The Mitchell a could only K-'t fortv members to riL Seeing that it would be im ;b! to secure forty-six, the re j)Jmber, a recess was taken un- j.jj-jn the evening, but the night developed no eliange. v.tfir Heed tried to get a fitate- tnt from Chairman Brownell as to 1, house was participating in 1110 mbly. Brownell would not pay jiecJ walked out 01 tne room, icav-nnlvthirtv-nine present. Of the sod house Lake was absent. The sensation too nmeiiuim w aw sction of Senator llasietine, who considered one of Mitchell's warm- mnnorters. llasietine was present a the roll was called, lie did not wer to Ins name, and the chair led him if he wished...

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. — 11 February 1897

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. K. KTKWAKT.tdlturand Proprietor. l'inllshed every Thursday at Toledo, Litico'n County, UrcKou. Subscription Rates: One year, ... $1.50 Six months, .75 Three months, - - .50 Entered at the postoflice at Toledo, Oregon, an second-class mail matter. Advertising rates made known on application Business locals will be inserted in these col umns at five cents per line per week, and will be run until ordered discontinued. Every postmaster in Lincoln county is authorlz ed to act as agent for the Leader. Official County Paper. LOCAL NOTES Rain is still the order of the day. Peter Tellelson sells sugar and coffee, tea, bakingpowder, etc. . Judge Stearns went to Albany and Corvallis on business the first of the week. Mrs. C. C. Bozorfh is visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. A. Parent, of J. E. Wilson, the Chitwood nur sery man, was in town the first of the week. The coast region is being visited by a severe rain storm today, ac- quina with a full line of General Merchandis...

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. — 18 February 1897

v v v v 3 'QP r ''tin, life m 4 lfi MM 'U UECTORY. .LINCOLN COUNTY. L IVJV1T ,lnt Senstor -,lnt Representative, Tol. Carter E. It. Lake - J. O. Stearns B. F. Jones Georse Lanilis J. L. Hyde mill.' J"aB i(J heriff rwiorer - lw ttupennionwviii s. U. Irvin Z. M. Derrick Hurley Luti T. M. tlooinbs Chits. Williams F. A. Godwin irteyor uroner jumHsioners J Cootitv Commissioners Court meets on Wed ..i. Vier the first Monday in February. '41 June, August, October and December. CIRCUIT COUilT. (d.J.C. Fuilerton, JndKe ;,.Vte, Vrat. Attorney Court fonvenes on 4th Monday in July and .k Umiriiiv in JillillRrv iif AlU'h var unu flu"u,v -- CITY OK TOLEDO. F, Junes Mayor p. Stewart liecorder tk. Aruuiu, udro X Crosno '...1 i Lliowell I ' t" "r Aldermen !ier Wmigh i.r. Peterson, J ftnucll meots on the llrst Mondayeveninir in nionm. TOLEDO 1'KECI.N'CT. njifenf the Peace jumble NEWPORT. J. A. Hall J. C.Altrte ntinof the Peace ieo. F. Sylvester Mtuue, w. it. urutenllcld VACCINA. vtlreof the Peace J. 8...

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. — 18 February 1897

4 Lineoln County Leader J. K. HimHliT. 1'uhiUhttr. TOLEDO OUKCOX I NEWS Of lit WEEK TARIFF REVISION FIRST. Oiniurehenalve Review of Hie Import ant Happening of the Taut Week Culled From tne Telegraph Column. The Princo of Wales has bestowed non Dr. Nansen, the Arctic explorer, Ho special meilal of the Koyal Geo fHphical Society. .San Francisco capitalists are said to In engineering a plan to get a lottery bll through the Nevada legislature, hiving been encouraged to make the at tenpt by the ease with which the prize fighting bill was passed. Hie house committee on Pacifio rail rods has decided to report favorably thi bill drafted by Representative Har riein, which provides for the creation of commission to nettle the indebted ness of the Pacific roads to the govern ment, ft is said that Speaker Heed will foestall legislation, other than tariff, atthe extra session of congress by ap penting only two committees, those on wys and means and on mileage, and reerving the appointment of ot...

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. — 18 February 1897

lit Number of Factories Now In Operation. HISTORY OF THE INDUSTRY V.. It.. B..... ... Furnlshec by Gerberdlnic ltefnrs tin at Club, or &hd rniiM'iacu Mr. Albert Gerberding delivered a:. jddrcsB before the Chit-Chat Club, o! fan Francisco, which contained a brief history of tho beet-sugar industry in tl)is conntry. As tho subject of start ing the industry in tho Northwest if being agitated, it is thought information from its perusal may bo obtained. The historical sketch of the industry is as follows: "Europo has 8,000,000 acres of fields, producing say, 4,500,000 tons of sugar unntially, and of this amount is gelling to the United States sugar to the value of $20,000,000 u year. Although the industry has been established in Euro pean countries for years, it has been liow to gain " hold in America. lus history 0,1 this 8',' f tho Atlantic is ihort, although the same climatic con ditions prevail. "Our first commercial experiment in making sugar from beets wag near Philadelphia, in...

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. — 18 February 1897

T. T. GEER IN WASHINGTON. An Interesting Letter About our Con gress. Washington, Feb. 2. (Special Correspondence.) For more than twenty years I have had a strong desire to visit this city, provided I might be permitted to do so as a private citizen, of course. The opportunity finally came my way, and I have just finished one week of asking questions and sight-see-irg. Living 3,000 miles away, very fw of the people of Oregon are ever so fortunate as to find them selves in the capital city of their country, and it occurs to me that a letter or two descriptive of some of the objects of interest here, that I find are usually overlooked by most correspondents, would be of interest to them. Of course, when congress is in session, as it is now, the capitol building is sure to be the first place visited, and the first experience of a stranger upon entering it is to find himself as -completely lost among 1he endless corridors, as though he were turned loose among the underground dungeons of ...

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. — 18 February 1897

Leader. l!Illltl Winter Notice. My wife, Mrs. Emma Paraent, bas left by bed and board without just cause or provocation, and I will not be responsible for any debts which she may contract from this date. H. H. Pament. Nashville, Or,. Jan. 18, 1897. The state of Oregon is nearer anarchy today through its legisla ture than we ever want to see it again. Sherman county, one of the largest counties in the state in point of territory, has no saloon within its borders. OTTO O. KROGSTJD, Reg. Pharmacist DRUGS, BOOKS Etc. Toledo, - Oregon II. DEXL1NGER, Attorney-at-Law, TOLEDO, OREGON. Is coming on and you will want Something To read during the long Winter evenings. You can get any ! If the prune orchard, of which .Lake is manager, had borne a crop last year, one would be led to be lieve that Mr. Lake was full of prunes, by the way he acts. One thing Lincoln county can brag about in any event is, that it has not got an inmate of either the insane asylum, the state peniten tiary or the Oregon...

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. — 18 February 1897

hr - 'MM? ! III lil&flWtfl ;! .' .ill I 'J 1TO W i toil . 6 w HTHE : FAIR : CANDIDATE. A. - TUB "machine" of one of the polit ical parties of Butte County wns -- at work. The wheel-horses of the organization were in executive ses sion and the manufacture of a "slate" for the ratification of the county con vention was in progress. Everything had been settled without friction up to a certain point, but here the making of Candida tes came to a full stop. Some one must be selected to run for Super intendent of Schools, and some one else must he found who was disinterested enough to stand for the place of County Surveyor, with the nominal emolu ments pertainiug thereto. This latter problem was settled, after a brief dis cussion, by the powers Insisting that Al Wood, the Incumbent, who wns present, must stand for re-election, whether he lilted It or not; but a duly qualified can didate for Superintendent of Schools was not so easily found.. The mau who had held that position for two y...

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. — 18 February 1897

i I 1 i jOLIO BASIS. . ,1 :. m nlid basis of financial transac now j r..r business that's the best thine I can fl" 1 j,rlu. It is so in the physical conditions. II ..(ome carelessness ui i 01... ' nftdn hnfk nrp cnntraot.pd lil the imitf -- Htiflened, we have at onoe lumbago, or 1 back, sometimes called "crick in the k which is disabling and untits all n no have it for any activity. Now. to neth St. Jacobs Oil should at once bo J..i., i!m twi-it.pd muscles and re- to their natural condition. It takes kntlBnon unit" iu .....v.... ...... itacnre is certain. The back is then on a Ud basis l'orstrength and work, and noth 5 will bring about the change like this ptt remedy for pain. Fossil animals, bearing a close ro jemblance to our horses, have been found in many psirts of the world. I never used so quick a cure as Piso'j ft,m fur Consumption. J. H. Palmer, Bw 1171, Seattle, Wash., Nov. 25, 1805. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Born Feb 22, 1732 Pre dent of the United States 1799-17n7i Pled Uec. 14,...

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. — 18 February 1897

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. r. BTEWABT.Kdltoraad Proprietor. Published every Thursday at Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon. Subscription Bates: One year, ... $1.50 Six months, .75 Three months, - .50 Entered at the postoffice at Toledo, Oregon, a second -class mail matter. Advertising rates made known on application Business locals will be inserted in these col umns at Ave cents per line per week, and will be run until ordered discontinued. Every postmaster In Lincoln county is authorlz ed to act as agent for the Leader. Official County Paper. LOCAIv NOTES Go to Gowell's. Gowell's stock ot groceries is the most complete in Lincoln county. Mrs. S. V. Burt, and daughter, Lulu, are visiting friends at Elk City. We have failed to Ret a list of the successful applicants for certificates at the examination last week. Mrs. T. P. Fish is visiting friends in Corvallis, and Tom is doing the bachelor act during her absence. Willie Alexander was quite seriously ill on Saturday of last week, but quic...

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. — 25 February 1897

j gincoln Mntg leMtf. f - - IfifECroRi. T0led0- Llncoln " 0"g". Thursday, February . 1801. Hum-bT ;-rV- ORDIR'C ASUnMERSCHOOLPORTEACHERS 3fl"L ': Geo, L.di; ', , The l"Fl CUffrK .-T . a . M W lnn 1 I I Lit" School Superintendent - ' s. G. Irvin 111 - , 411, voiriui n Aiwiwr . H 11 coroner . 4 , - . ni l Commi-ionenl x urlev Luts T. M. Coombl ChH. Wllllenu r. A. Godwin County Commissioners Court meets on Wed BMd7 after the first Monday in February. April, June, August, October and December. CIRCUIT COURT. Hon. J. C. Fuller ton Judge W.B. Yates, Pros. Attorney Court convenes on 4th Monday In July and IV u i mi buuimi iu tfuurj oi eacn year. CITY OF TOLEDO. BF.Jone ; ; Mayor J.K.8tewart Recorder B.A.Arnold Marshal CJ.Gowen.. C. L Tillotson LM. Starr, Inter wugh,: vi ...... u. . : . : A. T. Peterson Aldermen Council meets on the flrst Monday evening In . TOLEDO PRECINCT. . : , : . lattice of the Pence J.A.Hall Conitable J.C.Altree NEWPORT. Joitlce of the Peace, Geo. F. Sylvester vuiuiMu...

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. — 25 February 1897

Oi ili lit tli t!i t Hi Mi THE TRAGEDY OF AT daybreak Indian Tom emerg ed from Ills wickiup and stood at the doorway, open, us Is the cus tom, towiird tliu mi st. whence the div ert trilitu expect a Messiah. Ho sur veyed the forbidding landscape with nil nil- of proprietorship. Tall, gaunt, with nn eyee like a coyote'3 anil a ski'i clinging close to his bony frame, tan ned to yellow parchment by hundreds of electric storms, Indian Tom was n veritable wizard of the wilds. Half a dozen snarling curs scattered at sight of him, yelping, anil the three squaws who formed bis household hanlonol about their morning tasks. Evidently there was excellent discipline at bis rancherla. Not far to the westward rose the long, undulating outlines of the Funer al Mountains bordering Dentil Valley. On every other lninil stretched the monotonous wastes of the Mojave Des ert, now n long way of barren plain, now n range of hills rising above It. A few yards from Toin'.s habitation was a pool of black wat...

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. — 25 February 1897

AN OOTIOK POCKET. A kangaroo wears an outside pocket In his overalls. It is a sort of apartment ar rangement in which lie carries around his whole family, but this is really suggestive u to the use of outside pockets in the over lib of working men, who, in machine ibopsnnd lactones, are sunjected to sud den hurts nnri fevcro bruises. If a bottle of St. Jacobs Oil were stored away in some of these outside pockets, hamlv and ready fur use when some of the sudden hurts trf.. bruises take place, there would bo bt yuiv loss of time in the cure of the wo. kno tern) prorJ the i id parts are fully restored. The Princess Henry of Battenburg, till deeply mourns the death of her husband. It was with difficulty that he could bo induced to remain at Bal moral during tho visit of the Czar. Like An Old Clock. -t tnem. for the worst bruises it is I If o be the best remedy, curing the L Yf n'!rt soreness of the spot very Pij.jwiiiie in tne process of curing, hsca.orntion disappears and the atTnct. 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. — 25 February 1897

The Best Bee Hives. Probably the most important matter to the beginner in the bee keeping business is the kind ot a hive he shall adopt, and the exper ience of the past is the only safe guide for him to follow, and as many beginners are asking which is the best hive, I will give my views on the subject. In the first place every one ad mits that a frame hive is an abso lute necessity; and all admit also that but one size or style of frame should be used in the same apiary. If the beginner doubts this, the ex perience of a single season will most certainly convince him that such is the case, and a single at tempt to unite two colonies from different sized hives will disgust him so that he in the future will select one and stick to it. A bee hive is a compromise be tween the needs of the bees and the convenience of iiie owuci. Go iat as the. bees are concerned any box or nail keg that keeps outjthe tain is good enough, but for us we want something that is simple, safe and convenient. T...

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. — 25 February 1897

Notice. My wife, Mrs. Emma Paraent, has left by bed and board' "without just cause oi provocation, and I will not be responsible for any debts which she may contract from this date. ' H. H. Pament.'-' Nashville, Or,. Jan. iS, 1897. O'ZTO O. KROGbTJD. Reg. Pharmacist RUGS, BOOKS Etc. Toledo, Oregon If. DENLIXGEU, Attomey-at-Law, TOLEDO, OREGON. U. u. vi 11 1 uul), Painter and Paperhanger, TOLEDO, OREGON, Will do your work at hard time prices. Give us a call ami save money. Satisfaction guaranteed. YATES & YATES, LAWYSES, CORVALUS, OREGON ?! j ) !Q ! R'W I am prepared to do all kiivis of Cabinet woik and Repairing. Han- )'. n,l kinds ot iTJir.e and Room .Mouldings; Paper hanger and room iiiicr. Frame making a specialty. Cal: oil or Kiiiiies, . t R. A. ARNOLD, Tor.icix), 0:a:;;o::. l''g:.:rai::g January i.t, 1K97, the present wwfclv cdi'.lc-n ot the DE TROIT FRKE PRESS will be handed to a "TWICE-A-WEEK. T;:e Price will remain the same, . $1.00 YEAR T:- twiM !ier:irv and humorous i ...

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. — 25 February 1897

Lincoln County Leader J. K. HI KtVAIiT. I'llllll.llHr. TOLEDO OREtiON I IIEIS OF I III Coiiiprrliennlve Kevlew or the Iniurl ant llappenlngn i,f the l'Ht Weei Culled Frittn t e Tflf Krph Cnluiiio Governor Bradley, of Kentucky, has fixed March 20 as the date for the exe cution of Jackson and Walling, the murderers of Pearl Bryan. - Tho Havana authorities, in view of the scarcity ef beef, have decided to ro quest tho government to nllow the free importation of cattlo from the United States and Mexico. Frank Castile, a stockman, stabbed and killed John Beck at Cleveland, Wash., in an nltercation nt a mas querade ball. Castile surrendered him self to the 'sheriff and claims the act was one of self-defense. Dr. Arthur Duestrow, the St. Louis millionaire, who on February 18, 1894, fhot and killed his wife and child in a fit of drunken rage, in that city, was hanged in tho courtyard of the county jail in Union. He broke down at tho lost moment and confessed to the crimo. Secession has ente...

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