Lincoln County leader. (Toledo, Lincoln County, Or.) 1893-1987, March 17, 1899, Image 8

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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER.
W. L. DAVIS, Editor.
FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1899.
Sumpter.
T.i. T i ti -i ttti . i . j-u . Sumpter is the much described,
liest ilrand of -Brandies, Whiskies, Gins,1 incessantly talked of mining town
HonvvoTwl T.irvlit W;io f or tsaker county. Last week we
ALBANY BEER ON DRAUGHT.
Best Brands of Cigars
AL WAUGH, Prop.
will keep things going until further
appropriations could be secured. I
was sorry that Yaquina bay was
not more liberally dealt with, but
the most strenuous efforts in its
behalf failed to avail anything
The fact that Senator McBride was
on the commerce committee was a
ereat helD in securing the annrnnri
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u2f j r . .....
ncic uauucuaunci uescnpuou oi j auons, as tnis body is a very
tne place by Wra, Watk ins, who j powerful one, and has much to say
in matters ot this kind. Oregon is
very fortunate in being represented
City Restaurant & Bakery.
WARM MEALS AT ALL, HOURS,
CLEAN, WARM BEDS,
FRESH BREAD, CAKES & PIES.
POPULAR PRICES.
We are prepared to furnish all the above quickly and satisfaetorilv
tf rvtif- lntrn,. HTTTl? TIC A f T T I "
to our patrons.
CilVK ITS A PAT T I
E. S. FLITCROFT, Toledo, Ore.
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CASH TALKS
spent the greater portion ' of the
last two years there. Sumoter.
j Baker county, Oregon, is the term
inus of the Sumpter Valley Rail-
road, 30 miles from Baker City,
and is the natural headquarters and
distributing point for Canyon City,
John Day, Prairie City, Bourne,
Granite and other portions of the
Sumpter miningdistiict now attract
ing the attention of mining in
vestors. It has a population of
about 800 industrious people en
gaged in the various pursuits of life.
The town is incorporated, has com
plete new sewerage system, new
electric light plant, with street
on it.
Siletz Bay Items.
With the re-starting of grass
cattle are improving, and the crisis
of winter is about past here.
Chas. Reed's family have re
turned to their Salmon River ranch.
Several settlers here expect to
prove up on their homesteads and
move out soon. Some of them
have an eye on the Nez Perces
country as a place promising profit
and progress.
School district No. 50 was organ
Miraculous Benefi
Dr. Miles' New Heart Q,
I'.-.X .N. or- t
TOLEDO COMfllSSION HOUSE
Will Sell You Goods For Cash
CHEAPER
Than you can expect to buy of credit
houses, where you pay the bills owed
by the man who don't pay.
Your trade in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
FLOUR and FEED in solicited.
T. P. FISH, Mner, Toledo, O.
ngnis, i'.vo companies at workjized last Monday. Twenty-one
j putting in water works, fine graded children of school age were enrolled,
j public school, nniou church and j A school house will be built on
! the largest hall in the county. The Dnft creek. By the way, does
j Sumpter Lumber Co., daily capacity 1 poverty of language or ideas compel
u.ouo leer, is weu equipped tor all ( us to have so many Drift, Salmon,
kinds of mill-work. . Among the j Big, Rocky creeks etc. in the same
leauing mines near csumpter are the . county and section?
E. & 20 stamps: Bonanza. 20 t 1, .
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ELI P. BABCOCK, of Avoca. N Y I
veteran of the 3rd N. Y. Artillery
for thirty years of the Babcockt
Munsel Carriage Co., of Auburn, says: 1
write to express my gratitude forthomlW
lous benefit received from Dr. Miles' Hear'
Curo. I suffered for years, as result of ariJ
life, from sciatica which affected my hei,i
In the worst form, my limbs swelled ft0,'
the ankles ud. I bloated until T wia .i, ;
to button my clothing; had sharp pah1
iiuuut me neari, smothering spells uji
shortness of breath. For
was unable to Uo down, and all Hi
cot was in an arm chair. 1 ia tn...j v L.
nie utssi aoctors but gradually grew worse
About a year ago I commenced taking h !
iuuea now ueari uure ana it saved my Ufc
as 11 oy a rairacio." t" Mwupuywairo
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Dr. Miles' Itemedies
are sold by all drug
gists under a nosltlve E' ""1163
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stamps; Columbia, 10 stamps; Red jraneh and sheep to John V
Boy, 20 stamps; North Pole, 10 and will move to Dallas.
leased his
hiteman
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COMfTRUCTI0i
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Cedar Mill and Fixture Company
. It. AlNUIE, Manager.
'T1 rs Cedar Lumber,
SASH, DOOHS, iMOULDlNS, SHINGLES
A. T. I'KTKItSO.N, Agent,
Tdledo, Oregon
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stamps and cyanide; California.
Ohio and Don Juan, 10 stamps;
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mrtguunct, xsmeraiaa ana ryx, 5
stamps each; Golden Eagle, -i
staipps; the 125-ton bromine-chlor
ine plant nearly completed at the
Golconda, at a cost of $150,000,
promises to revolutionize the entire
mining industry. It will be seen
at a glance that the Sumpter district
is to Oregon what Cripple Creek is
to Colorado. Placer mi:iing is also
extensively carried on. The cap
italist is more needful at present
than the merchant or laborer, in
order to fully develop the scores of
promising properties, build mills
and put thetu on a larger dividend
paying tiasis. A smelter proDosi-
ijtiou is receiving favorable consider-
jation with every prospect for its
establishment during the present
year of 1899. An average of 500,-
ojo pounds of concentrates and ore
are shipped to the smelters monthly.
Hon. Thos. II. Tongue arrived
from Washington Sunday noon.
In regard to Yaquina, he said to an
Oiegonian reporter: "Much de
pends on the report the board of
engineers make to the next con-
jgress. The act of 1896 authorized
j the secretary of war to let contracts
for the completion of these jetties,
placing the cost at $1,000,000, but
no appropriation was ever made to
meet the expense. The previous
secretary of war proceeded to adver
tise for bids, and the contract was
let to Christy, Lowe & Hay worth,
of Chicago, at $511,000. Before
this contract was signed, the chair
man of the river and harbor com
mittee requested the secretary of
war to wait until congress' had
acted on a bill repealing the act.
There is strong opposition to the
prosecution of the work, from
sources I have not been able to
discover, though I do not think it
comes from the transcontinental
railroads, as has been reported.
The impression that $1,000,000 had
actually been appropriated for Ya
quina bay is an erroneous one. All
br-"r Zee
Salmon News
Chas. Read and Emery Ryan
have gone up to the Agency after
a scow load of oats.
School started last Monday with
young Dodson as teacher. "
Frank Rowel and his widow
want to sell out and go to Dallas to
live.
Mat Harris went to Sheridan to
get a 'couple uf childien to stay
with the old folks and go to school.
Ziegler has quit working road
and is going in the cow business.
Rufus Eads has gone up the
river to grub for bis board.
Sheriff's Sale.
1!Y VIRTUE OP AN KXECUTION AM)
'J,0.' Stt'e fuei oui of the Circuit Court'of
the State of OreRoti for Lincoln County, in ftn
action whorein A. P. (iaither was plaintiff and
1 wiil on the ' TOm W6re defun(3at.
Uiul DAY OF APRIL, A. P., 189!),
Ht the hour of one o'clock p. m. at tire front
door of the Court House in the city of Toledo
Lincoln ( ounty, Oregon, sell at public auction
to the hlKhent bidder for eash the following
described real property: Heginning at the
northwest corner of the NWW of the SEW of
Section 17, Twp 11 aouth, Kange 10 west, 'run
ning thence north 25 roda, thence east 80 rods
thence south 25 rods thence west TO rods thence
to place of beginning, save and except a piece
or parcel sold out rf said land and described as
n. To f!,e.Rlnnli,R, at M"l,,t ,5t;u feet, north
2 -.Vft.feet, c,lst from Nw comer of SW'i of
-b&'.&ZJL-l Jl.SMe 1,1 w.. thence
K.iii V . Vu ""ui o leei, thence west
620 feet, thence north 2U0 feet to pface of begin
ning, containing 8 acres more or
iL'Lf6,"1? 5i XWti- .Pai,J sale wiu e de to
........ j j...iKiijfin ,,i sum lie ion town- a
llidgment fo, plaintiff for Kive llu, dred an,
Kinety-Six and 59-100 Dollars (?5i)ii.5) with
interest thereon from the 1th dav of Jn n.
1S97, at the rate of 8 per cent, per annum and
Sixty Dollars attorney fees, and costs and d is.
larg (iil.1,) and accruing costs
Dated at Toledo, Or., March 11, 1S99.
ml7-a21 Sherlffof Lincoln CounJyregon.
guarantee, first bottle ll geart fn
Donehta or money ro- rjj,
funded. Book ou dis-l&3t0r-
eases of tho heart
nerves free. Address
and L Health
DR. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind.
Z. M. DERRICK,
County Surveyor.
solicits all work in his line. Cor
rect work and reasonable
prices.
P. O Address, Eddyvile, Oregon.
ROSS & . RICE,
BLACKSMITHS.
TOLEDO,
OREGON.
General Shop and Repair work of all kind done
at reasonable prices. HORSESHOEING a si
cialty. oive u a call.
Sheriff's Sale.
Ily virtue of an execution and order of ri.
ssued out of the Circuit Court of the Ktate n
ulTVrtlP"'1", count5-' n the suit of Mary
i J),pltt n"r',a,f'li"8t J- Wvine and m 7
will "nthe " ,tS, mortae f-reclosurefi
.. i Sr drtay of April, 1S99,
at the hour of 1 o'clock n in mth(..-. j
of the Court Uon&iiyJZ1
ABiiP' 'tPublle amnlon 'o
ine nignest bidder for cash, the following doa
Oregon. Said sale lUkrMrtSi
SyA:an!te!ng,sd
jtcd at Toledo, Oregon, tgilsth day of Feby.
Sheriff omncoln couniy1,1 Oregon.
Keeps constantl on hand all the
Standard Varieties of
Fruit Trees,
Vines and
Shrubbery.
J. E. .WILSON.
CIIITWOOD, OREGON'.
Biggest Offer Yet.
THE
WEEKLY LEADE1
AND
the money placed at the disposal of V
the iuiprovenient is $25,000, an wri"J' 0"ffO"in .,i l r 0mr $2 25. '
unspent balance of a former approp- The l""or"t 'niiir M.gie Bnd The lftlifr
nation." Coiicerninjr Oregon an !. . . ' Hln""
has also returned, said: "Most nf I r"raoi'otn andih Lf .cr rr oi.i
the river and harbor appropriations I Mr'!!",". B,"'nf "na The L'"1" f
which were killed in the house
were restored by the senate, ami h,.
hard work the Oregon delegation
succeeded in getting through a
very satisfactory bill. This will
enable the work to proceed, and
only f 1.J5 n ,drcr.
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1st from time fo time. 1 fact, we will ,n
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