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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 25 February 1897

END OF THE FORTY DAYS. A SECRET CONFERENCE. Hie Stimulate the Cultivation of Sugar Deets. Srnute, II..IHV r. I'.ricln -, in .Wj.,r Siff I I-, The senate !lt Salem failed to adjourn Friday, which ended the forty days. By a vote of 10 to 14 adjournment wag taken till 2:30 P. 51. on Mondav. Sen ator Carter cast the deciding vote. INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN GRATIS ; By ptGrpduflto of National A cHntlltnrnl 'Irgr, of llerlln, Mr. KluuarU J). Sfttlnfuutory Tret Mmle. M. Richard Kulinc, of Tigardvillc, Or., was in Fortland recently, and showed much interest in tho agitation for establishing tho beot-s.ugur industry in. tho Korthwcst. Mr. Kuhno i3 a graduato of tho Rational Agricultural college, of Berlin, and for tho last twenty years has devoted his time to the study and work of producing sugar from beets. With an extended experi ence in Germany, and being ono of tho prime-movers in establishing the Grand Island sugar factory, in Nebraska, he is in position to furnish valuable informa tion on tho...

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. — 25 February 1897

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. i. Y. STKWAUT.Kdlfair and Proprietor. Published every Thursday at Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon. Subscription Bates: One year. $1.50 Six months, Three months, 75 50 Entered at the postomce ai Toledo, .Oregon, as econd-class mail matter. Advertising rates made known on application Business lo:als 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 authorlt ed to act as agent for the Leader. Official County Paper. LOCAL, NOTES You can live better and for less money, by trading with Gowell. Peter Tellefsoh sells sugar and coffee, tea, bakingpowder, etc. The volume of business done by Gowell enables him to live and meet all competition. The warm days that come now makes one feel like spring time has come. J. H. Maine, of Newport, was a visitor: at Toledo last Monday, re turning home on Tuesday. R. P. Raines, living west of town, has been ill all winter,, but is repor...

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. — 4 March 1897

gmaer. Volume IV. lUJtECTORY. I.IMOI.Nini'.NTT. Senator To. Carter K. K. Lake J. (). Ktearus B. F. Jones Ceorare Landis 1 .1. I.. Hyrte fi. U. Irvin 7.. M. Derrick Hurley Lntz T. M. Coombs Chas. Williams F. A. Godwin .loiot liepreiie'itiillve. 1 i.uuiv Judge ( lei-K ' - 'I reusnror Si-hool Mincrlntcnilent s.irve-.'or ASPCSHor I'oroiier I'oininiHHtiiro'i'N County Commissioners Court meets oft Wed iifsilny a'ter the first Monday in February, April. .Mine, August, October anil December. CIKCUT COURT. Hon. .1, C. Fullerton fudge W. K. Ytltex Pron AtToriiev Court convene on 4lh Mondny in .Inly and fourth Monday in January ol each year.' CITY OK TOLEiio! 11 F. Jones Mayor J. K. St -wart Recorder li. A. Arnold, Marshal C. li. CroMio "1 i'. I.. i inn-el J 0. I Til Olson ( ,,. I.. M. urr f AWermon 1. etc.r Waun, A. T. 1'cterson J i 'onni'il meets on the first Monday evening in each month. TOLEliO I'RKCISCT. justice of the Pence J. A. Hall i.'.oiMrtb.e J. c.Altne NEWPORT. .Inst Ice of the Pea...

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. — 4 March 1897

Lincoln County Leader J. r. MTKWAUT. I'lllili-.lliir. TOLKUO. OREGON THE NEWS OF THE WEEK Comprehensive Itevlew of the Import, nt Happenlnga of the l'Mt Week Culled From the Telegraph Column. A premature explosion ot dynamite at a gravel pit in Murray, Ky. , killed (ivo negro laborers und wounded us many more. a i in u se i in repine was our., ..ear un(, Ui(J Ht.l(l, (jf Washington. The coin Wheeling, W. Va, and two girls and issioll foun(, it impossible to consider two men were burned to death. A j fuy uj questions the subject present mimber of others are reported seriously j un(, ,M,(,M UMa)1(i ;u lnany c.(ses injured. to r(,,lt.h ,noro than general conclusioiiH. A Calcutta dispatch says that cholera j "Our observations," they say, "have has broken out among the people em- j dearly demonstrated the inexpediency j ployed at the relief works among the ,,f attempting to regulate anv of the natives, in the state of liewuli. In I fisheries described by a rigid" code of two days 100 dea...

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. — 4 March 1897

iSHOED BE GIVEN flTTtNTlON Beet Sugar Raising a Profit 1 able Industry. : HOW TO GROW THE BEETS siyv1 o, I J'ra W. Shaw, Chemist, Furnishes Practical Information for the Guid ance of Fanners In the Northwest. The subject of cultivating sugar beets, and the manufacture of sugar from them, lias been before the people at i different times. When it was seen that the industry was a success in Cali fornia, the prospect of its introduction seemed favorable. Persons agitated the matter with varying success, and ut times individuals made experiments in producing the beets, some of which I were submitted to analysis. Some of , these experiments did not yield results as satisfactorily as was hoped, and gave many the idea that beets containing sufficient saccharine matter would not grow here. Other individuals also en gaged in producing a few sample beets, levoting more intelligent care to them, and were rewarded with much higher percentage of sugar. Seed have been brought from foreign countrie...

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. — 4 March 1897

The Books Will Be Experted. I Judge Fullerton has acted upon j the petition of the county court in the matter of appointing an expert j to go over the books of the various officers of Lincoln county. The expert named is a Mr. McKenzie, of Portland, and he is said to be a first-class accountant. The wages to be paid him by the county will be $5 per day in cash, or itsequiva- j 1ttif ' 'TiirVi mni tic tli tit vrvrt firm 't ! take county warrants unless they count in the discount. What other instructions the expert will work Boss Simon gave it up as a bad job under is not known at this time, and the senate "dissohed." (There We hope that this experting will be seems to be a vast difference be thorough and complete. If there tween "dissolving" and adjotim- i smvtliimr rmotpfl with the books. I show them up and let the guilty man suffer. If, after all, it is only extravagance of our courts thsir is nt the bottom "f vir lirg? expenditures of money, then, of course, the responsibility will...

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. — 4 March 1897

THE- 1 YAQUINA CASH STORE, 1 gj YAQUINA CITY, OREGON. HAS ON HANDS A FULL LINE OF 3! GENERAL MERCHANDISE, j Gents' Furnishing Goods, Underwear, Hats, 2 Shoes, Oil Clothing, Ladies' and 3 Childrens' Shoes, Stationery, 1 GHOCEMES, FLOUlt and FEED. 1 j ALL GOODS SOLD AT REASONABLE PRICES. 3 PETER TELLEFSOST. Proprietor. f 7k TOO LATE ! It is t .io late to get an Abstract of Title to a piece of S 1n.tf4 nftor t-in li.ti.a Krt,-V- ,1 1 .. .1 A. il l uuiu auki jww ia c uiugui n ,8 S judgements and tax liens against do is to have the LINCOLN COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY, . of Toledo, make you an Abstract of Title before investing ;' your money. A business roan now days never buys real i'sj estate without first obtaining evidence of a good title. , js We warrant our work to be absolutely correct. Address.. Crosno & Pcairs. .1 CASH - STORE Ynquiiia City, Oregon. taple and Fancy Groceries Hardware, Tinware, Etc. Goods Sold a t San Francisco Prices. J. S. BOOTH, Prop,, YAQUINA CITY, OREGON. C. ...

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. — 4 March 1897

GETTIN' SHET IT was In a little house on a little street of a little Nebraska town the Town of Bubble. ' T was In a little house on a little street of a little Nebraska town the Town of Bubble. The little woman was crouched up on the carpet sofa In n limp heap. She a-patchln', 'I'm glad I ain't got enny looked 111, but sanguine exhausted, children to keep a-slavln' fer they do but relieved. The remains of the mid- take such a slew of work!' But when day meal were on the table. There I got through the mendin', nn' Tom had were traces of aslies about the stove, read every word in the paper, even the The baby's gown was begrimed. In advertisements there she was! Tom spite of these facts the mistress of the he'd yawn an' yawn, I'd tell as how modest home smiled sweetly. I was dead beat, not bavin' trot much "Well," exclaimed her visitor, one sleep the night before with the baby conipi eiicn.Hive glance einliracing the tliat was croupy. She never pretended unwonted neglect of the place. ...

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. — 4 March 1897

as, pineapples, et. Rut at length, ac cording to the account recently pub- SUFFER NO 171 ORE NOW. Paine's Celery Compound is Working Miracles in Curing Disease. - "How can Schillings Best tea cost so little and be so good?" Easy. It is roasted every day in San Francisco like fresh coffee and peanuts. Other tea is roasted once acar in Japan, etc like ;-nle coffee and stale pea nuts. lislieil by Prof. Ducrdeii, of Jamaica, . the tables were turned against the in- j vadcr. What its larger foes could not accomplish seems to have been done I by ticks and other small Insects. The j natural enemies of these pests having j been driven off by the mongoos the ticks multiplied enormously, until even human beings suffered from their attacks. The little pests then fastened upon the mongoos, which within the past few years has notably diminished in numbers. And now, as the mongoos gradually disappears, the snakes, birds and lizards are beginning to return. A Seliillitijr & Company San h'ranci...

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. — 4 March 1897

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. . STKWAKT.KdlUir and 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 postntiice at Toledo, Oregon, as second-class mail matter. Advertising ratea made known on application Business loals will be inserted In these col umns at five cents per line per week, und will Tie run until ordered discontinued. Every postmaster In Lincoln county is authorii ed to act as agent for the Leader. Official County Paper. LOCAL, NOTES Its President McKinley now. Gardening has been begun on a limited scale. Tillotson and Horning are getting out some piling for the new wharf , at Newport. Peter Tellefson is still at Ya- quina with a full line of General ! Merchandise. Call and see him. I Charley Read came over from his ranch on Salmon river yesterday, and went out to Corvallis today. Peter Tellefson, Yaquina, has a full line in flour and millfeed, and best whea...

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 March 1897

! DIRECTORY. . Another VoIumeBegun., : V The'tate Tax Question. 1 " LINCOLN COUNTY i wv Joint Senator Couifty Judge ' -' Sheriff - ' - 5 t Treasurer - -. f ' School Superintendent ' i, j Surveyor. - ' - '- , Asaesgor ' . - - - . - Coroner - ' - T . Tbl. Cartel1 E.'R. Lake J. OStearns . B.V. Jonea George.Landis . J. Ii Hyde S.ft. Irvin Z.m Derrick Hurley Lutz T. M. Coombs Chas. Williams E. A. Godwia County Commissioners Court meets on'Wed- neBday after. the first Monday in February, 1 April, June, August, October and December. .Commissioners CIRCUIT COURT. i Hon. J. C. Fullerton, .......Judge tv. is. lates rroa. Attorney LCourt convenes on th Monday in July and Linn jnonuay in .mnuory oi eacn year. ,-. "CITV.OF TOLBDO. p; Jones, Mayor V. Stewart. ...... Recorder . ,. Arnold, ..:....,. .'.........Marshal ; jL Oowell,..'.,..J...?. AL. Tlllotson, ,....: ...... (. r. M stn rr. ; .' . 1 Aldermen tester naugu M. . A. T. Peterson ... 7j.. J . Council jheets on the first Monday evening In ea...

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 March 1897

V Lincoln County Leader J. F. HTKWAKT. Puhl Uher. TOLEDO ; OREGON THE W OF TBI WEEK Comprehend Review of the Import ant Happening of the Put Week Culled From the Telegraph Column!, A bill has been introduced in the New York legislature providing for the placing of all the newspapers in the state under the censorship or supervi sion of state authorities. Captain-General Weyler's latest edict is said to be an order that all women arrested in Cuba as "suspicious" shall be tried by court-martial. W'cyler says that women are harder to subdue than men, and that if he had his way he would kill them first and try them af terward. , Agent Randlett, of the Uintah and Ouray Indian agency, telegraphed Washington authorities there were fif teen men who iiad made locations on the lands of the TJncompaghre reserve; that they had refused to leave and that there would be trouble unless troops were sent to eject them. The expense of the Oregon Soldiers' Home for February was $1,038, as shown by bills...

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 March 1897

Review of Business Trans acted at the Capital. SUMMARY OF BILLS . PASSED rhe Fifth Session or the Washington Legislature Adjourns Sine Die. After Sixty Days' Continuous Session. Tlie fifth session of the Washington legislature adjourned sine die early Fri day morning. The closing Bcenes were unusually interesting and at times ex citing. Both branches of the legisla ture worked hard all day Thursday. The lobbies were packed with specta- . .. . f tors, and the sergeant-at-arms was ! often ordered to clear the floor Bpace of lobbyists within the bar of each house, j to give room to move about. I Conference committees were the or L ier of the day, and accomplished im f portant work in bringing the houses to fcn.mr.prnpntH. The most important were those having on hand the freight-rate .reduction bill and the general appro priation bill. The former finally effect-f-cd an agreement during the afternoon, 1 1 ... ,;n ..,n..4- t kilo iirigiib-itibo Ulll oviuu niib tu 1 the governor. The appro...

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 March 1897

The Salmon's Habits. Mr. R. D. Hume, a canneryman on Coos Bay, recently wrote the following article on the habits of -Ua enlmvt. ...l..'L l.l." 1 1 luv,u,u"i wiiu.il was puuusucu in the Oregonian. He said: "The question which first pre sents itself, viz: Do adult salmon, which are common to our longest rivers, return to the sea after having deposited their spawn? It is gen erally conceded, and I believe cap able of being proven, that those which spawn in the upper waters, become so much exhausted by the labor attending the the journey to headwaters, together with that of making and defending their spawn ing beds, that none survive. Ad mitting this to be a fact, there remains to consider what happens to those that spawn in the shorter streams, of our coast, or the tribu taries of the large rivers, which dis charge their waters in tideway, near the ocean. Although but little has been written in regard to this subject, there exists sufficient proof that a large percentage of these j la...

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 March 1897

-THE- I YAQUINA CASH STORE, i YAQUINA CITY, OREGON. - 3 : HAS ON HANDS A FULL LINE OF 5 IGENERAL MERCHANDISE, I Gents' Furnishing Goods, Underwear, Hats, 3 Shoes, Oil Clothing, Ladies' and 3 Childrens' Shoes, Stationery, 3 vni v.imk7 UUULOt KJ LlillVllVl W GROCERIES, FLOUR and FEED. ALL GOODS SOLD AT REASONABLE PRICES. PETER TELLEFSCXNT, Proprietor. 3 8 TOO LATE ! TOO LATE ! ! ftf It is t jo late to get an Abstract of Title to a piece of ) land after you have bought it and tonnd out that there are jsj judgements and tax liens against it. The Proper thing to jjj do is to have the LINCOLN COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY, j of Toledo, make you an Abstract of Title before investing ;S your money. A business man now days never . buys real (.0 estate without first obtaining evidence of a good title. S We warrant our work to be absolutely correct. Address. m Crosno & Peairs. BO0THS! CASH - STORE Yaquina City, Oregon. Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware, Tinware, Etc. Goods Sold at San Francisc...

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 March 1897

i .1 11 II "HI! Hi! All right! Now we sha'u't be long!" wild the gray parrot. I regret to say that tlie Ir repressible young man that brings the dally milk is the tutor of my parrot In the latest up-to-date slang of the day. I am an old sea captain at least, not Id, perhaps the word slipped out un a wares. I am on the right side of GO, anyhow; but being in receipt of a pen sion and a small private income to boot, I have cant anchor In my present abode In the expectation of weathering many a winter's storm yet. Being without a known relation In the world, I willingly fell in with the suggestion that I should pick up my moorings alongside my old friend and iin-ssmate, Cnpt. Trovers, late K. N., who. Iin vine left one nf on the west coast of Africa while capturing a slaver, was pensioned off at an even earlier age than myself, and now lived with his sister a most comfortable party, fat, fair, and 40, or thereabouts In the adjoining house to mine In the neighborhood of London. We had al...

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 March 1897

1 ,Use the Only Spring Remedy in the World That has Stood Every Test of Time. PAH'S CELERY G i SAKE I In March, April and May use Paine's j celery compound. $ .And-only Paine's celery compound! For it is nature's remedy. 5 Do not for a moment confound it 'with any of the ignorant, catchpenny, short -lived patent remedies Karwipa rillus, nervines and tonics that hear as tnuch resenihlance to Paine's celery Jjsuisiliound as the parasite viiiiia do to Itlie oaks that they live on. Paine's celery compound cures dis ease. It makes people well. It has Hived the lives of thousands of suffer ers. It makes the weak strong. It purities the hlood and enriches the jiierves. a Every condition of winter life has nieen detrimental to health. There has $ieen a Bteady decline in nervous vigor. JKow that spring comes the body is ready 'toeast off unhealthy tissues if it is only 'given a chance. Tins opportunity comes Swhen the excretory organs, kidneyB, Jskin and bowels are made to work lic it ively ...

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 March 1897

A I ' vv, V .a 4 . r'2'i if 1 1 1 ill; if r jf!, c I iHi I!.'' AS . UNCOLN COUNTY ia& J. V. HpWAKT.Kdltar .nd ljroprtrtor. ; 1 Publlshedvory Thursday at.Tofedo, Lincoln County, Oregon. , ; r ' Subscription Rates:, One year, v - - T -' $1.56 Sitrionths, - .75 ThreS months, ' - . - .50 entered at the postoftice at Toledo, Oregon, a. second-class mall 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 postmasterin Lincoln conntyis authorlz ed to act as agent for the Lkadkr. Official County Paper. LOCAL. NOTES Gowell buys and sells everything. For flour, feed oats and hay, go to Gowell's. tee Wade went to Corvallis on business todav. R. A. Ecr.se!! iV- port the first of the week Ed. Wade returned from Salem last Wednesday night You can live better for less money by trading at Gowell's Peter Tellelson sells sugar and coffee, tea. bakingpowder, etc. T,...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 25 March 1897

If' jj mittu t mi Jume V. DIRECTORY. LISiCOLX COUNTY. oltit Senator - ' Tol. Carter E. R. Lake J. O. Stearns B. F. Jones Georare Landin . J. L. Hvde 8. G. lr'vln Z. M. Derrick ' Hurley Lutz T. M. l oomtis Clms. Williams F. A. Godwin Joint Representative, County Juugo Clerl: Shariff Treasurer School Superintendent Snrvoyor Assessor Coroner Commissioners I County Commissioners Court meets on Wed nesday after tho (Irst Monday in February, April, June, August, October and December. CIRCUIT COURT. m. J. C. Fullerton Judge fl . h. ates Pros. Attorney 8 Court convenes on 4tli Monday In July and louiia Jhmday in January of each year. CITY OF TOLEDO. F. Jones, . . F. Stewart . Mayor ..Recorder ...dlargttai T"ti. II. Crosno i. i.. unwell tfe.T&v:::." ::::::::::::::: Aldormen LQ.4Tet,Viiuh, i l'dertm,.... , .J...J, f Council ift eetson tho first Monday evening in i&vh month. TOLEDO -PRECINCT. istica of the Peace J. A. Uall J. C.Altree 3ustuble.s . , i v NF.WPORT. ii.ftiio of the Peace,...

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 March 1897

The range-rider of tho Judith Gap was playing freeze-out In the stage ranch saloon. There wore four play era, the makes were the drinks, and It cost $1 a round for whisky every few minutes, for "red liker" was two blls a drink In the days before the railroads In Montana. That made no difference to the range-rider, however. He might lose his monthly stipend of J.'iO In one night, hut he could run "some of a bill," for he had an all winter's Job ahead of him, and the profit on the goods was so many hundred per cent, that the host could afford to take the chances. And then, you know. If he got real hard up h could get a few horses to break, and $5 was easily earned by riding some thing that uo one else would. It was a little risky, to be sure; hut then how else could cow-punchers die If not roll ed on or trampled to death by some ter rified horse. So the game went on. The wind howled around the log building, and the fine snow sifted through some of the cracks where mud daubing had fall...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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