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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 3 June 1897

MIL wnrmn & M is much better than going for the ftth f octor, and is quite as effect- i fSVive and costs less money. You fej O-'jd always at hand a safe, ; dure remeay line . . . i H-heh wJJ brnrf Instant relief fzomsuilden illness sua work out n perma nent cure. I POSITIVE CURE FOR BRICHTS DISEASE IIOINARY TROUBLES FEMALE COMPLAINTS 8g? CENERAL DEBILITY AND MALARIA. Cures also, all those disease, ... kTrv ,V. n wtmaflv I O", "SUCH lcurcuji Weakness of i1en Quickly, Thoroughly, Forever Cured by a new perfected scientific method that cannot fail unletw the case is beyond bum an aid. You feel im proved the Brut day, feel a ' benefit every day, hood know yourself a king among- men ffijQSPi jfj-K 1. n body, mind and heart. K$v? ) H -s??4Ea ra'nB ftnl' losses ended. fcidffiiVwr iTK Every obstacle to hanny failing or lost, are restored by this treatment. All weak portions of the body enlarged and atrength ened. Write for our book, with explanations and proofs. Kent sealed, free. Over ...

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 June 1897

NEWPORT NOTES. S. 0 . Irvin returned from a trip to Salem and Portland last Friday eveuing. Rev. Booth was called to Corval lis last Saturday to officiate at the funeral of the wife of Rev. Plum ruer, of that city. The people of Newport generally observed Decor ation day on Saturday. There were no regular ceremonies, but all those who had friends interred in the Newport cemetery decorated their graves on that day. Many of the graves were very handsomely deco rated, the beautiful blossoms of the rhododendrons predominating. The hills around Newport are brilliant with the blossoms of the rhododendrons, Oregon's most beau tiful fln,fr,'. Ornt Irwirfs of ttiew flowers are carried away by people ! from the Valley who are fortunate ' enough to visit us at the time they are in bloom. Newport is getting on its summer attire in anticiption of its regular crowd of summer visitors. Our honored townsman, Mr. S. Case, lies very low at his home in J. S. Gaithcr made a business trip to Corvallis l...

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. — 3 June 1897

4 im. HgMMI HUM WWBWWWWI I -l ii eL Wood won't burn unless r czygen is present. The (pod taken into the body must he united with oxygen before can be consumed and give Heat to keep the body warm. Scott's Emulsion of Cod- - ,,.Sl."jU yer Ju, wnn nypopnos ihites, Is one, of the best fuel- bods. The cod-liver oil ob- ;ains its oxygen from the air nd heat is- produced. It arms, nourishes, Invigorates, ives good blood, and fortifies against the piercing winds of Fail and winter. The hypo--JihosDhites tone up the ner vous system and improve I 'dgestlon. Scott's Emulsion i prevents colds, coughs, con sumption and general debility. SCOTT'S EMULSION hit been endorwdtiy tilt wdicl prolaaalon tot twenty years. (.A tit your dottor.) iThla it bacauaa it li always pa latmHt always uniform I always eomumi lot puriil Utrwegiam Cod-tivtr OU lmi HfpofUtpkita. i Put up U 50 cant and $1.00 alsea. The gmall stas Way be enough to euro your cough, or help your babv. p'Save My Child I " ( is the cry of I m...

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. — 3 June 1897

Lincoln County Leader! THE RIO GRANDE FLOOD. J. F. NIK W A HI. Piilllhr. TOLEDO. IffiNISOFIBfl emrehenilTe ReTlew of the Important Happening! of the Past Week Culled From the Telegraphic Columns. CaBwell's mills at Lewiston, Me., Heailgate of the fiimil mid Levee llroke. j Inundating El I'hmii. I Kl Piisn. Tex.. Mav 81. Tli head- OHKGON 1 gate of the large canal rniiuluf thtoiigli - I the southern part of the city, ami tin; levee separating the canal from the i river, gave way at 2:30 this afternoon. ! and the water came through in torrent.", ' inundating the Santa l'"e freight yards. ; and a half mile south flowed in liehiml 1 the main temporary levee, erected in I the past week to hold hack the water, i which had settled itself to a height of from 6 to 10 feet on the southern river front. A general alarm was sent out by A Wild Freight Crashes Into a Passenger. NO ONE IS TO BE BLAMED Nine Were Killed and Eight Seriously Injured Majority of Them Were Try ing to Heat Their Way on Fre...

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. — 3 June 1897

Throu iiJl. 3ISPQS: '-T1, ""t lo sn, the 3m six te wai '. lion, i thel incl 'til 11.1 ' Wag!, ig bef US I oniid inm. -ring it tlie be j its ih I dec). 'I, the: iHlaii- ilinenh The. meree; the er pt l effe meet I one dmen;. ie cot: ) favt ted. 'oold ie o: is a Ie mi den, a. WIP- I fin. iterc ire. oriH on, ifj; ini- ich ie ret der le lo Resume of Events in the Northwest. ?ENCf OF STEADY GROWTH Gntlicrrd In All the Towns of Neighboring States Improve c'l J mem . tieciai-ten i ij count., "ill t Noted In All Industries Oregon. A ijicoiav1; " 01 circuit conn ior bu held at Canyon the !; July 19 next. i'rfrl and Tobey Hanna of Olex, Gil- countv, lust week, lifter plowing in K, bver, killed 1,200 squirrels. . Mary Patterson, for many years dent of Umatilla county, died at lome in Pendleton, at the ripu age vears. Tifere was an Inilian war dance in of mi,".!;" irn,ory m 111 -'OIK'on, Gilliam last w"V, by u band of red- hall in Condon, Gilliam larifr il!uiii in that town, Cfos county lias 71 ...

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. — 3 June 1897

1 LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. K.SIlWAKT.Kdltor.nil Proprlrtor. 1'uhllshe'l every Timrsilay at Toledo, Lineo'D County, Oregon. Subscription Kates: One year, , - - $1.50! Six months, ..- - - .751 I Try Gowell on an average bill. J See O'Brien's "ad" on front page. Gowell buys and sells everything on a cash basis. Chattel mortgages for sale at this office. Three months 50 ; Best Outinsr Flannels 10 cents Kmereii at the M9tinii-e ai TuViu, Oregon, as per yard at O'Brien's. seeowl-rhiss mail matter, ; Mr. Geo. v. Davis, ot Salem, A'A vertlKing rates made known on api'lu-atioii Gowell is not undersold. The Labor Exchange here is growing. Saturday is special bargain day at Gowell's. Mrs. C. B. Crosno has been quite sick this week. June roses and strawberries; who would not live in Oregon? Gowell appreciates cash tn.de was in Toledo Monday evening. and will do the square thing Business lo'ais win be inserted in these coi- M . .... I . uiiius at the reiiiaiwr line per week, und win : ! our pou...

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. — 10 June 1897

Eincoln tender olume V. Iidgrperaciein.t in. 0,11 things, JSTe-u-ti; iyTo tiding. Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Thursday, June io, 1897. Number 13. I DIRECTORY. LINCOLN COUNTY. Benator Representative, Judge (Jil l o IULCUJ. F. jones Mayor y Stewart Recorder .. Arnold Marshal li. erosno,..... I. (Well ; 2 8un Aldermen tea Waufjh,, X. Peterson o'licil meets on the first Monday evening in I li month. Tol. Carter E. R. Lake J. O. Stearns B. F. Jones George Landis J. L. Hyde 8. O. Irvin Z. M. Derrick Hurley Lutz T. M. Coombs Chits. Williams F.A. Godwin . -surer mill superintendent nejor or misstoners I iiity Commissioners Court meets on Wed l alter the first Monday in February, clllune, August, October and December. J CIRCUIT COURT. r- J C. Fuilerton Judge K.i'ntes Pros. Attorney njt convenes on 4th Monday in July and itirta. Monday in January 01 eaca year. :::::::: TOLEDO PRECINCT. J. A. Hall J. C.Altree H of the Peace NEWPORT. Peace,....., Geo. F. Sylvester w. u. crutcnneia ffl'RD JE...

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. — 10 June 1897

,11. I mm ,S in IT hud Just struck 7, and tlie rest less Impatience which indicates tliat dinner is being kept waiting had settled on the three members of the Wllkins family assembled before the drawing room Ure. Mm. Wllkins looked continually from the work on her hip to the clock on the mantelpiece with ail expression which would have been more amiable if it had been less con trolled. MIhh W'ilkliiH affect el to be reading a book, but the constant tap ping of her foot on tJie carpet showed that her thought were not following her eyes. MImh Gertie Wilkins had U'ks constraint. She moved restlessly from the clock to the window, and back again from the window to the clock, with ilN'rntent in hr fnco nnd gmoib Hug in her voice. At last she broke out: "If I were engaged, I'd teach lihn to be punctual. Dick's always lute." Her sister did not answer. She wa.s meditating the best manner of exe cuting judgment ou the offender, and bud Just dwided on a course of ex treme severity when a ring ...

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. — 10 June 1897

Drop us a line if you can't ret Schilling's Best of your trocer, or if you don't like t and can't get your money ack. L Schilling ft Company ball rrancisco ' A New Knel. Mauv nttenipfs have been made tc ise turf or peat us fuel, but this intite- iiul has never obtained groat impor tance, because in comparison to its imall heating value, its volume was oo large, and consequently the trans lation was found too expensive; fioreover, the considerable amount ol shes it produced made it impractica ble to use in any quantity. Suddenly jt seems the time has arrived for peat Jo enter into competition with, and in ronie cases to substitute all other fuels. iAn invention, the economical impor- Vi.w.o it n'liiiOi ia innutinifllila of tin f "'' ' ............ v..v liresent moment, was recently patented Zif "r. Jtosendahl, of ChrirtinRtad, vorway, which country probably pos esses tlie largest deposits of peat in he world. His method of making a radical fuel of peat simply consists n Heating tne p...

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. — 10 June 1897

A NEW POLITICAL PARTY. The "Union Party" Organized Albany last Week. at M. W. Simpson says sea trout will make their appearance in a few days. We do not know that Marsh is correct, but it will be a good idea to look out for them. Miss Iva Griffith is visiting her mother at .Philomath. Battle Axe. Weekly Crop Bulletin. A convention of reform forces from the democratic, populist and Iii-metallic parties met in a con vention at Albany last week and formed the nucleus of a new party that is destined to have some effect in soaping tne political luttire on Weather. The week has been tins state. ine delegates were wam and dry- a few showers fell composed of about equal numbers on May but from Tuesday n0 from each of the three parties rain has fallen until todaV) when a named above. The convention few showers occurred, but they was harmonious and earnest. After were not as a rule heayy enough clue deliberation the following tQ lay the dust The temperature oeciaraiiou 01 principles was has b...

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. — 10 June 1897

II ALL !.tnninrff PnHDINTPPn toenre any eaaeof constipation. F.u-.nt. ii.. i....! .I...4 HBlin lim T ' " inds( Ha: Roo,-; 1 rooi ciali, OK. .Chicago. Montreal. Cnn.. or New York. R. C. MILLEE, BftKBEBi- gr)ANDY CATHAITC J go:; THE YAOUINA CASH STORE, 1 YAQUINA CITY, OREGON. 3 HAS ON HANDS A FULL LINE OF 2 GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Oeftts' Furnishing Goods, Underwear, Hats, 3 Shoes, Oil Clothing, Ladies' and 3 Childrens' Shoes, Stationery, 2 GItOCERIES, FLOUR and FEED. 1 ALL GOODS SOLD AT REASONABLE PRICES. 2 PETER TELLEFSON, Proprietor. Ill 111 Ml 111 111 iS wSiB an CMill - S! Taqniiia Gity, Oregon. e and Fancy Groceries Hardware, Tinware, Etc. roods Sold at San Francisco Prices. Stapl J, S. BOOTH, IProp., YAQUINA CITY, OREGON. k V.'oiiilers of Science. Mni!.fcSA.ND (ONKJ JiniOX CAN UK I'lKKD. talwnl fn York tlirmUt anil Krlen'.lst iff 1 r".s flrfrr n II.., I... I'tilMlngulsho.! Now York chemist' T. A. "m.ieiiiim.-trailng Li discovery of a ivll ;andtiba: eure ii.p r,iiiimt..i.ti..n i..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. — 10 June 1897

Lincoln Gounty Leader J. P. HTKWAKT. fuhllnher. TOLEDO. .OREGON saprehenslve ReTlew of the Important appenlngs of the Fast Week Culled aTrom the Telegraphlo Columns. Deep mystery surrounds the death of Isaao Hoffman, of a prominent firm of Han Francisco clothiers. He was found dead with two bullet holes in his head in his office. Foul play is sus pected. Frank Castile, accused of murdering John Beck at a musk bull at Cleveland, in Klickitat county, Wash., has been acquitted after a trial lasting five days, fielf-defense was the plea. The case cost Klickitat county more than 11,000. Five children were burned to death in the residence of J. II. White in Welch, W. Va. The ages of the chil dren ranged from 4 to 13 years. The children had retired when the fire was started. White and his wife were away on a visit. EuemieB of the family are believed to have fired the house. The monthly statement of the puhlio debt shows that the debt, lew cash in the treasury, at the close of business on M...

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. — 10 June 1897

lavor; id. 'SlTiJ 8 . ;he in I of t: "plrti: mat , bnt t tW and ; The 'al & Besume of Events in the Northwest. Lence of steady growth (t Gathered In AH the Town of Out N.lghborlnc States-Improve-wstNoted In All Industries-Oregon. ?m for a new courthouse for Lane . hrtVft Deen Huuiiiiiieu w nio .1 .1..... itmluM nntlUIl. ninty Attion ,jge Eakin lias decided the Hunt- Jut tnn pnntestea eieuuun uuun e old council and mayor, and in favor the officials elected at ine last cujr Jection. The prospects for a large grain yield Klamath county aregouu. inn mm last week was quite general over 1 1 .e county and lias relieved me jarui- nf their anxiety. The Albany lodge of Elks is trying (arrange for a grand clambake for the embers of that order at Newport on ie 26th of June. If arrangements are ule it is expected Uiut 6UO or uuu Ilka will be in attendance. An 0. R. & N. eastbound tram that used through Pendleton one day last leek carried 1,000 orates of strawber ries, most of them from H...

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. — 10 June 1897

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. V. STKWABT.Killtor and Proprietor. - -, Published every Thursday at Toledo, Llueo'n County, OreKon. " " Subscription Eatetf: One vear. Six months, ' Three months, 75 50 Entered at the postotliee at Toledo, Oregon, an Beuuuii-uiaBB wan uintier. Advertising rates made known on application Business lo:als will be inserted In these col umns at live eents 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 Lkadkb. Official County Paper. LOCAL NOTES'" Get Gowell's prices." . Tell Gowell what you want. Sam Logan was up from JsTewport last Monday. Luuics' Ojt EIokJ Oxfords only $1.50 at O'Brien's. All the latest colorings in Gents' fancy shirts at O'Brien's. Peter Tellefson, the Yaquina merchant, was in Toledo Tuesday. Peter Tellefson sells sugar and coffee, tea, bakingpowder, etc. D. P. Blue, the mayor of West Yaquina, was in the city last Tuesday. Mrs. Lee Wade came up from their...

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. — 17 June 1897

Volume V. frfMteperictem xx all things, etral in ISTotfrLing?. ToledJLlncoln County, Oregon, Thursday, June 17, 1897. DIRECTORY. Number 14. MXC OLN COUNTY. Joint Senator Joint Keprwentamo, Comity Juub Clerk sheriff Tnuurer - - boot nuperniu-ii.ivi.i. riurreyor Assessor Coroner Commissioners 1 Tol. Carter E. It. Lake J. O. Stearns B. P. Jones Oeorge Landis .1. L. Hyde H. O. Irviu 7,. M. Derrick Hurley I.UU T. M. Coombs Cbns. Williams E. A. Godwin County Commissioners Court meets on Wed nesday alter the lirsl .M.inaay in reuruary, April, June, auum, v...... CIHCl'iT COUKT. trn 1 I? Fll irlon jnilKO W. E. Ynten Pros- Attorney i,nv0TiRsi)ii 4th Mondav in July and fourth Monday in January of each year. CITY 01'' TULKIIO. B. F. Jones ...Mayor J.F.Stewart ueoorrter I . A. Arnoi.i, '.B. Crosno, 1 i; I.. toweil I C.L.TIlloton I AUerme,, I,. M. Starr, . Usier WHiiBh . A. T. reterson, i Council meets on the II rst Monday evening In eaoh mouth. O'BRIEN'S, THE LARGEST AND ONLY EXCLUSIVE II II ni...

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. — 17 June 1897

ii Ltoeoln County Leader! J. ". NTKVVAKT. Publisher. TOLEDO. .OREGON" iprehenslve Review of the Important apponlngi of the Past n.k Coiled m the Telefraphle Column.. An epidemic of cholera has broken out in Bangkok. Proof ia positive that Dr. Ruiz, the American, was murdered in a Spanish prison in Cuba. A boiler exploded in the print works of Norcega Bros., Puehla, Mexico, kill- ; ing 60 or more persons. I Fire destroyed $80,000 worth of prop- j erty in Cairo, 111. Twenty-five head I of horses and a number of dwellings 1 were burned. ! A cloudburst, which caused the river I Morgo in France to rise snddenlv, I wrecked over 000 factories and work shops and desolated many small towns. It is said in Astoria, upon what is apparently good authority, that Mal colm W. Sale, of Young's River, whose disappearance in March last created somewhat of a senasation, is alive and well. Earthquakes were experienced in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico, and some dam age was done on the isthmus of Te huantep...

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. — 17 June 1897

trnifrtirin nniiflT unsfol wfvi rn.c i lu im iu i. r id iiimm in mi i "-u in ii liiiiiiiii" i-iiii i nib mi i -- 'inu irfiirircTd rr i r- MU I IIUll'U UU1IUI IILIIU Resume of Events in the Northwest. VviDENCE OF STEADY GROWTH i,. Gathered In All the Towns of Oar Neighboring State Improve mentNoted In All Industries Oregon. a Alpkav ereek rancher shipped 430 iheep from Pendleton to Seattle re- IlltlV. "0 rULCIVCU a Vyciita n jaiuiiu .', . -U...... mill tl.oV avoriiiiiul QH hounds. J Fishermen along tlie river at Tlie rrklles report a good many salmon in Jlie river, and if the water continues ;llling expect, a large tiui null, The Pioneer Mill Company, of Island itv in Union county, has received rders for 5,000 sacks or ten carloads of :zr f"r Hirmt shipment to China. Nineteen double-decked oars went out lot The Dalles recently loaded with d. They go to the new ranges in North Dakota, on the line of the Great Northern. The firemen's tournament for vol- anteer firemen of Eastern Oregon...

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. — 17 June 1897

The County Favors a Banker. At the session of the county court last week the court made an order, a copy of which is published with the other proceedings of the court, whereby the county maie a clean gift to M. S. Woodcock, the Cor vallis banker, of all the penalty due upon the delinquent taxes owed by the last inning, the score standing i Notice. 12 to 12. The tenth inning re- : In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for j.ena k. jenens, piaintitt, suited in a goose egg for both sides The eleventh innin was an excit ing one, but it proved disastrous to Toledo. The Toledo boys failed to score on thetr.'Jialf of the inning; but the luck was on the Newport boys' side, for by bar! playing tt,. ..., l .. . ,.. .1 , " oi .,uiy, lh'.n, and li vou mil to so appear lliey croshed lUO m.Ml Over tlie and ansvvei sBid com nlalnt.as hereby reuliirert , iuc .ii.iiii.iu win tt:i lur Hie ieii.i nciiciiiurii ' Notice to Delinqent Property Owners. VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' THAT THE i-i assessment...

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. — 17 June 1897

in ANDY CATHARTIC VURt CONSTIPATION 10 . jfSfll wLJh .JlUtMidlL ALL 30 ... ' III III II 1,1 DRUGGISK IBSOLDTELi GUAKMTKKI) SM3SrH-s-w plf ,H lKH.Hrt free, id. BTBIH.WB IIHIDI 0.. ChleMO. Moatreal. CSu. Siiw To I YAQUINA CASH STORE, f -THE OREGON. YAQUINA CITY, fc HAS ON HANDS A FULL LINE OK J GENERAL MERCHANDISE, 1 E Gents' Furnishing Goods, Underwear, Hats, 3 fcnoes, UH doming, ijauies' and Childrens' Shoes, Stationery, s GROCERIES, FLOUR and FEED.- 3 I ALL GOODS SOLD AT REASONABLE PRICES. PETER TELLEFSCXN, Proprietor. i .ijuiiijiuuiaiaiiiiuiaiaiiiiaiiuaiiiiiiiiuaiiiiiiiiiiiiiii BO0TH5! S CASH - STORE Yaquina City, Oregon. Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware, Tinware, Etc. Goods Sold at San Francisco Prices. J. S. BOOTH, Frop., YAQUINA CITY, OREGON. THE GEEAT CLOSING OUT SALE, -AT- Snow & Son'S. Now is the time to buv vour SHOES. HATS and CAPS, and FURNISHING jGOODS. Come right in and get prices that can't be beat on the Bay. THE YORK WORLD Thrice-a-week Edition 18 Pages a week...

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. — 17 June 1897

THE Judge had dined and was en joying au after-dinner cigar be fore turning to a pile of papers that lay on the table at his elbow. Yet even as he watched the Wickering fire and puffed dreamily at his cigar, luxu riating In a little relaxation after hard day's work In a close aud crowded court, his mind was busy formulating the sentences In which he Intended to sum un a case flint had Imen tried that day. There could be no doubt as to the guilt of the prisoner, who had been ac cused of a most impudent fraud, and though it was a first offense tbe Judge Intended to pass the severest sentence which the law allowed. The Judge was no believer In short sentences. He regarded leniency to a criminal as an offense against society a direct encouragement to those who hesitated on the brink of vicious courses and were only restrained by fear of puuislinieut. The well-meaning people who got up petitions to mitigate the sentence upon a justly convicted thief or murderer were, in his eyes, guilty ...

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