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CORVALLIS & EASTERN
No. 2. For Yaquina:
Train leaves Alhanv i"j:er n tn
- Corvallis 1:45 P- m.
Arrive Vamiina. fi-no rv m
. . 1 1 r
No. 1. Returning:
Leaves Yaquina 7:00 a
" Corvallis 11:40 a
Arrive Albany 12:25 p
Leaves Corvallis 7:30 a. m.
" Albany 8:05 a. m.
Arrive Detroit 12:20 p. m.
Leaves Detroit 12:40 p. m.
" Albany 6:05 p. m.
Arrive Corvallis 6:55 p.m.
No. 1 and No. 2 connect at Al
bany and Corvallis with Southern
Pacfiic trains giving direct service
to and from Newport and adjacent
Train for the mountains at rive at
Detroit at noon giving ample time
to reacli camping grounds on the
lilli i id ill
II. L. Waldkn,
T. F. & P. A.
Forced Sale of Watches
at M. HANSEN'S,
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
All work done
SHOULD YOU NEED
-of any kind, call on
Prescriptions a Specialty.
The Freshest Nuts,
I o5T uir.nu
Cures Im potency, Night Emissions and
wasting diseases, all effects of self-
aouse, or excess and indis
blood builder. Brings the
pinK glow to pale cheeks and
bi .v.jwvt. V 11 V- 1IVV. VI JUULI1
13v mail TiOfi ner ho! fl hnvra
jor ns-.ow; witu a written gnaran.
toe to euro or refund tuo money.
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
S .1... M . ...
i:llnton & Jackson Sts., CHICAGO, ILL.
I-or sale by O. O. Krogstad,
Druggist, Toledo, Oregon.
yM4. 60 YEARS'
1 TRADE MARKS
' f t f COPVRIOHTS AC.
Anyone lending a iketrh and (lo.crlnllon ni
qiilcklr umrtalu our opinion free whether an
Invention li probiihly putentatile. roninmnlrit.
tlontiictlrcondilentlHl. llaiuttxvokon I'ntenu
nt (res. Oltleftt avencr for nmmrliig patente.
I'm out taken through Munn A Co. recvlr
tptfUU notkt, without clmrHe, lu the
A hundiomclr lllniitnited weekly. Tursent plr
rulatlon of any aolentiafl Journal. Tornii. 3
iV.1.!,J,.,rr,!v2tl''u Bold y "It newiOealem,
UrauoD OHIo t r Bt, Wahluglou. li. U
Totter, Snlt-Uhcuin and Kczciua.
The intents Itching hiu! smartinpr, inci
lU-ntto these disoiiseH, lsiiwtimtly allayed
l;v awilylng ChainWrlnlir Eye and
Skfn Oiuttnent. Many very nd canes
have been permanently cured by it. It
in equally efficient for iUihing piles and
e favorite remedy for noie nipples
happed hands, clitlblalnn, frost bites
nd rhronio sore eves. 23 cts. per box.
For sale by 0. 0. Krogstad Druggist
W. L. DAVIS, Editor.
Official Countv Paper,
FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1899.
m-.Three Months -
Entered at the pctofflce at Toledo, Oregon, as ..
uiinnnil nlooomi.tlmAHaii I
Advertising rates made known on application,
HAnnnrl.nlnfla mail TriAt.tnp
Business locals win be inserted in these coi-1
umiiH at live cents per line per week, and will ;
be run until ordered discontinued. .
Every postmaster in Lincoln county is author
ized to act as agent for the Leader.
The Leader would not
greatly surprised if the board
engineers appointed to investigate
the status of this harbor, made a
favorable report. Hearing statis-
tics read and teeing -the ground
with yew own eyes " are two differ-
ent things. A comparison of the
figures of this with Coos and other
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places had much to do doubtless
:u .u n .u u
with the result in the house. These
comparisons were detrimental to
this project became misleading. :
nx r i . i j frt .
lumber. :onl lar-lv. and affricnl. ,
tural products. The shipments
effect only Coos bay and its im
mediate vicinity. Its benefits are
purely local. In this sense it is
more deserving of improvement
than Yaquina. The resources of
Lincoln county are very limited at
present and do not embrace either
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lumber cr coal, of which products
as many tons could be shipped over
Yaquina bar at present as over
But the imorovement of
Yaquina bar would open the eate-
way for the entire Willamette
Valley, the Santiam lumber region
Eastern Oregon wheat, wool and
live stock farms, and save to them
hundreds of thousands of dollars
annually. It would assure the
extension of the C. & E. railway
to an eastern connection with some
trans-continental line and when
this was accomplished this road
with its steamer route would be the
. . . ... .
rate maker for the entire Pacific
coast, because much shorter and
more inexpensive. Noola..e in the
world can handle freight so cheaply
as Yaquina. It is unloaded direct
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i.uui iiic i-a.s iu iuc Mcamer s noin.
This saves warehouse rent and also
much labor connected with loading.
Forty minutes from the time a
steamer leaves the wharf at Ya
quina she is over the bar and
"squared away' for 'Frisco. These
facts have all been laid before con
gress but when the figures are rotu
pared with other places these facts
are hidden from view are com
pletely covered from the congress
man's eye and he at once fears a
job But when the board arrives
and these things are pointed out to
them, they cannot fail to see that
our wished improvement and its
beneficial results are no poet's
dream or flights of a greenbacker's
immaguiation. Being unprejudiced,
they will make a favorable teport,
and if the report is unfavorable it
is prima facie evidence that their
decision was made in Washington.
Thg Lkader believes the board!
consist of most honorable men
only, and that they will see the
benefits to result from the improve-
ment of Yaquina Bay bar, as our
people see them. Should these
facts be seen as our people see them
nothing but a favorable report will
be the result.
Pendleton will erect $50,000
worth of new buildings duriug the
coming summer. Pendleton is
doing a thriving trade and the
prosperity of her people is general.
The only other town so thriving is
Toledo although the amount will
not be so great.
Governor Geer has appointed
William Olsen, A. J. Cohn and
Claude Thayer as president, vice
president and secretary of the Port
of Tillamook commission. The
I object of the commission is to raise
! . , .. ., .
. bv taxation of the city and other
1 means money to improve the harbor
without the aid of the general
.v.i w.v 6v....
government. It is a worthy object
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StlA fT t Vl A TTlrtcf HfrtC HOf fill C r'AH lltlAC
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in Oregon and Lincoln county
settlers may well emulate her
example. , .
in the senate to the house 'bill and
passed. Our readers will then be
able to understand the matter as
well as The Leader: "Yaquina
Jav, uregon: The secretary ot
I war is hereby authorized to appoint , n testimonials have been received,
I u .j r .i i ' giving accounts of its good works:
'aboard of three engineers, whoir,L. - .- j
shall make examination thereof, coughs it has cured; of severe colds
with a view , to ascertaining the j have yielded promptly to its sooth
desirability of prosecuting the work. effects, and of the dangerous
.i jL .i . ' nttarlrc nf prnnn if Viae rcA nftan
desirability of prosecuting the work
I autnorjze(j by the river and harbor
b of 6 . modification
L ' . . - . f .A
unnrA . . . , f
board, may be desirable for the
r-ju . ,
commerce of said bay, together with
an estttnatp nf flip rnt nf cnoVi
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XTfrlr QtlH t.flfll Clinh ft U I 1
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ac uu mauc auu atictl upon oy
cogress " f'r action shall be
the secretary Of war in
pursuance of existing law, and!
c nnn nr r tnnoli thorof 1
5,000, or SO mUCll tnereot as may I
ho nprpcenrv icliotMinnrnnnniJ
De liecessnry , IS Hereby appropriated
to nav trip pvnoiKM nf em Mi
10 pay tne expenses Ot SUCU exam-
innrinn " Of h Kr.or,1
lnation. Ut tlie board engineers
annnintpM hv Ppm Wiicnn i,i0ff
dppoimea oy Len. WllSOtl, Clliet Ot
enainpprc imHor o r,rr,;c,V. f ,l
cimiiiccrs. unaer a urovision nt tnp
river and harbor bill, to visit Ya-
quma Day and report upon the ad-
visaouity ot carrying out the pro
H"u rmer improvement ot tnei
posed further improvement of the
e " emranc ot the bay.
Clone! Masfield " division
g!"fe.r cbarSe of the Pacific coast
dlvsl0. PaPi" Harry Taylor is
enomppr in pharaa ft mn .....
. fa &",tll,mc..i
1U the Slate f Washington,
SiailOlieu at iSeatr e nnrl Ponta n
-iduuueu at oeauie, aim . captain
v . vv . xxari. is hiauouea in port-
land, and has charge of government
works on the coast of
Ores' 011 as
I well as flip Pawrnrlps InMj-c nA Ka.i
' ""VA VJUVMI
ay at The Dalles.
The state educational board mn
e : ,.
""""6 "c guvciuur, secretary oi
state and state superintendent of
schools, have annnitPH TT p
' rr '
Beckers of Pendleton. n nrl.
tendent of the state reform school.
y U fW
Ti . . . . r . .
I he State board of education also
aDDOillted a lte hrl
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ers consisting of the following well
J A Churchill, Baker City,
E B Conklin, Union,
Frank Kigler, Portland,
R F Robinson, Portland,
Thomas Ne .viand, Newberg,
Thomas M Gatch, Corvallis,
L II Baker, Lebanon,
I NL Narragan, Medford,
C A Hitchcock, Ashland.
Gov. Geer has made the appoint
ment of the members of the new
state board of agriculture under the
new law, passed at the recent ses
sion, making the board consist of
nve members, as follows:
State Senator A. V. Reed, of
Gardner, Douglas county, for a
term of four vm ru
W. TT Wr r t..
J. II. Settlemier, of Woodburn,
for three vears
A. J. Johnson, ofScio, two years.
L.eo. Ohandler, of Wingville,
liaker county, one year
The last two named are memr-r J
of the old board, Mr. Johnson being
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t If you want a Suit made to order
jnst come in, select your goods and
we guarantee a f.t, whether you
are thick or thin, tall or short.
Yaq Bay Merc. Co.
you don't get the news. $i.5o.
Patronize home industry. Buy
Oregon City boots and shoes, made
of Oregon leather in an Oregon city
for Oregon ians. T. P. Fish sells
them at lowest prices.
A Call For County Warrants.
Nntino la tiaroHv oiufln flint. T liflvA
funds on hand to pay all county war
rants drawn on the general fund, and
endorsed "not paid for want of funds,"
p toj and including Juna 1( 1896
'Interest on said warrants ceases from
Dated at Toledo, Oregon March 3 1899.
I .1 T. II Villi.
j Treasurer of Lincoln County, Oregon.
Be kind to vour friends; tell them
to read The Leader, sure.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
This remedy is intended especial
ly for coughs, colds, croup, whoop
ing cough and influenza. It has
, become famous for its cures of these
diseases, over a large part of the
civuizea worm, ine mosc natter
t . -
"S ettects, and of the dangerous
attacks ofcrouP U has cured
v.ne the life of the child. The
extensive use of it for whooping
cough has shown that it robs that
disease 01 an dangerous conse
quences. Sold by Otto O. Krog
Send The Leader to a friend.
Notice of Settlement of Final Account
In the County Court of tne State of Oregon for
Notice Is hereby given that Tuesday, April
1th' 189 at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said
day at the court house In Toledo, said County
ftn State, has been designated by the Hon.
County Judge for the flnal hearing and sottle-
r.ie,nt of the "counts of H. L. Palmer and Mary
Palmer, executors of the estate of Lottie E.
falmer, deceased. And all person or persons
having objections to said nnalaccounts now on
gje in the County Cierk g olllce, are notilied to
file the same on or before said date.
Ited at Toledo. Oregon, March 9, 1899.
i iiuvtcii . i.v i.. ....r.
Lottie k. Paimer.de-
" " " WUIV-
ti l in gt Vino Aoont.n
- - auuuu
I ; thV(ntof MnwinT""
i NoUheby'liven that the undersigned
with the clerk of the above court, and th
judge of said court has fixed Tuesday, April
iwm m ioibuo. uregon, as tne paceforhear-
K objections to said' account f. Aii i parties
r "ir """j nouneu 10
t appear bv xaiu ume ana niacA. nnd nhnur numia
yr v.iiiD .iiu iJinue, ana snow cause,
" a"ytherebe. why such i account should not
be approved and allowed, and said adminis-
arvivaur at eail .1mA .1 i i .
... civ. ooviiiu are iinrenv nnritipn rrv
' trH dlschar8e(1 Bnl his bondsmen exon-
' Hated this4th day of March. 1899
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Administrator of the estate of Jack Lampson,
U6C6&86U. Hi 10
v . 11. nunii,
retition for Liquor License.
'V.kMF.v'.the county court oi
Tn..T."E "nN. THE COUNTY COURT OP
U,,:cJlj" v"1 ,n tne 8tBte of o.egon:
county and state to sell malt, gpirltous or
V 1 11 1 VI 1 u llnnn.. In ... ...... ...1.1 . i
. ...... i(ugiiiiura man one gal
lon, in said precinct No. 16, at Yaquina Cltv for
tne term nf nn. .... I mm th. a . . '
mr"' ln Bla precinct No. IB. bclna over nn
milediHtant from anyCollcgeor University iii
7 , ....... v...? .vnii unv ui Auri .
1 ever nrav 8 ' yU1 Petitioner, will
J D Logan,
I Ed SnhwarK
W L Watkins,
II F Scott,
II C Wult,
A M Scott,
W A Klein,
II D Heinrich,
It A Stevens,
B F Haban.
E 8 Harrington,
a it Kowe,
O C Emerson,
J R Miller,
K J Casteel.
J P Renolds.
L J Oelfenbacher,
A S Castcll,
L Matthews, .
I A Shermer,
J C Huntsucker,
J M Howerg,
W 8 Hmlht,
James O Hearn,
W A Gilderman,
V D Boone,
J II Doty,
L V. Powell,
W II Huntsucker,
G M Logan,
F ank 1'arker,
John W Hall,
To Wunv it Miv
.in lce 're Riven that the above petition
fald licet t0rm ' ne Jear frora th Jte of
m8' EDWARD WADE.
t ...., cAocunn an ordnr nf saia
K ilL. rt oi iZ Stated
IK vlrtlin r u.. .1
.;i. ..V; "wen C
I Will Oil
Srd day of April, 1899,
at the hour of 1 o'clock, p. m, at trie front oW
of the Court House, in t'he City of ToClo; Ln'
fK,lnwVn;nt'rd).refon' el1 " public auction to
iHeghe ,ddor ,or caHh- following dei?
cribed real property: Ixt No. 6, in Block No
18, ln the town of Kk City, in Ln coin count?'
Oregon. 8aid sale will be made to iatlgfy th
Judgment and decree In said suit to-wlt- 1
judgment for plaintiff for 1137.00 with interest
thereon at the rate of 8 per cent, ner annnm
from the 29th day of December, iSwfind "la W
i"1!!" ,Be .nd dlrgeinenu taxed it
ll.VflO and accruing costs. ai
IW?d " Toled0' 0reon, thi18th da of Feby.,
ti Bhertffof Lincoln county, Oregon.'
If you want the best brands of
flour in the state, get the Snow
Flake or the Stayton at Yaq. Bay
To the Public.
We are authorized to (rnam.i.:
every bottle ofChamberlain'sCough
Remedy and if not satisfactory to
refund the money to the purchaser.
There is no belter medicine made
for la grippe, colds and whooping
cough. Price, 25 and 50c per bot
tle. Try it. O. O. Krogstad,
I have been afflicted with rheu
matism for fourteen years and noth
ing seemed to give any relief. I
was able to be around all the timo
but constantly suffering. I had
tried evervthine I could hear nt
and at last was told to try Cham
berlain's Pain Balm, which I did,
and was immediately relieved and
in a short time cured. I am happy
to say that it has not since returned.
Josh. Edgar, Germantown, Cal.
For sale by Otto O. Krogstad,
In writing to the Manufacturers
of the now famous "Jenness Miller"
Shoes Mrs Mi)ler said
the fullness ' of my gratitude for
; comfort which was unknown to me
before, I feel that I must let other
whose feet have caused
trouble that ..nine
nae caused me, know of the blessed
relief to be found in the shoe.' which
now ear my name."
, The "Jenness Miller" Shoes are
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the most graceful, comfortable
nuuiau a suuc ill iiic wurici.
.mi. .u.. . u
We are sold agents for this city
and fully guarantee every pair.
Mail Orders Solicited.
SHAKES 6c PICKETS
Made to order by
S. J. Stewart, Drift Creek.
G9 Leave orders at this olllce.
! "STEVENS FAVORITE" l
It "Takes Down."
-Inch barrel, weicht 4i Dounds.
carefully bored and tested. For
22i .25 and .3a rim-fire cartridges.
Plain Open Sights, $6.00'
m No. 18.
, A arget Sights, $8.50'
tin8 X0UTr,d.Mlcr for tn0 " FAVO
ii ,If he doesn't keep it we
price " PrePaid " "ceipt of
Send stamp for Complete cata-o-ue
showing our full line, with vat
uable information regarding riilc
and ammunition in general.
J. STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO. -
r P.O. Box '.
CHICOPE8 FALLS, MASS.