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(.'. H. Crosiio
1". F. IHue
K. F. Jones
- T. K. Parker
J. O. Stearns
M. L. Trapi
Justice of the Peace .1. A. Hull
('unstable A. K. Altree
CHURCH ES AND SOCIETIES.
FIRST BAPTISTS. Sleet every first Snmlar
in each month, a 11 a. ni. and also on the
Saturday pree.liuirthe above Sunday, at -J p.
in., in the Toledo Public Hall. L. M. Butler,
vt. JOHN'S ( Hl'lit'll ll'rotestent Episcopal.
Pivine service the third Sunday oi every
Month, at 11 a. m. All are invited to attend,
llev. chas. Itooth, Missionary. Residence,
"Keotory," Newport, Or.
III. O. P. Toledo I.od.re. No. uw. Meet
every Kridav evening at their hall in this
town. J. L. I.utz, X. ti. ; J. S. Gaither, See'y.
fo. G. T. Meets every Thursday evening,
7:;t0 o'clock, in l.rady's hall, this town, C
rf. t'rosno. C. T. ti. Hethers, Secretary.
1 A.'and I. I'. Toledo I'nion, No. l.vi. Meets
every Saturday evenlnir, so'elook. in Cradv's
hall in this town. All members re-iuesled'to
attend. T. T. Iteeder. President : J.J. Turnidgc.
Toledo Meat Market,
Fresh and Cured Moats
OF ALL KINDS.
Toledo, - - Oregon.
Watches Cleaned and Repaired.
All work Guaranteed.
T. J. Buford, Iru.
BOOTS and SHOES.
Repairing Neatly Done.
Yaquina, - - Oregon.
J A. HALL,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds. Moruaires. and all kinds of leiral papers
executed v. ith correctness, (areul attention
Kiveu to all business entrusted to uiy care.
Residence, Stanford, Oregon.
Business in any court in Lincoln
County promptly and carefully at
Tlw Wstal Boats.
Oregon Pacific Railroad.
E. W. HADLEY, Receiver.
Wrect I.lne-tjuick Iiiteh-lx,w Freight
Ilemcen Willamette Vallay jwdiiu and au
OC KAN STEAM EK SAILINl'.S.
S S. II.I.AMKTrK V.VI.I.KV.
Iv sn r-ran,-i..o July 11. Jl, l-'il.
I.eae Vn,iilna July jth. lath and Ji.th I
Aud aiK.nt every ten days thereafter.
Thl n ijiiiv reserve the riirht lo ehauire
sailinir dates without 11. , li, .
KIVEK STEAMERS. j
lailv servi.-e tiween P, r::.nd and sm'.ftin and !
I i'lr V. liiaii.ette river iut ;
tt, E AIIV. - e; eral .;irlntnident.
l orvaol.. irt..n.
A FINE LINE OF CLOTHING
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Men's All Wool Brownsville Suits, $11.50
Men's All Wool Brownsville Suits, 12.00
Men's All Wool Brownsville Suits, 13.00
Men's All Wool Brownsville Suits, 15.00
Youth's Suits, 10.00
Youth's Suits, 7.50
Youth's Suits, 6.00
Youth's Suits, 5.00
Boys' Suits Knee Pants, 2.50
Boys' Suits Knee Pants, 3.00
Boys' Suits Knee Pants, 4.00
Boys' Suits Knee Pants, 6.00
Boys' Suits Knee Pants, 7.50
Ladies' and Men's Furnishings!
BOOTS, SHOEIS, HjPlT
Notions, Dress Goods, Sateen
SAN FRANCISCO PRICES
Clothing Made to Order and fit
Agent for the BROWNSVILLE WOOLEN MILLS.
Watch This Epa.ce !
It will be money in
in your pocket. A
Penny saved is a
Don't Fool With Fakes I !
If yourself or friends wish to be cured of
Liquor, Opium, Morphine, Chloral, Cocaine
or Tobacco habits, seek only the Genuine
Keeley Treatment, which is the only safe,
reliable and permanent cure in existence.
Genuine Keeley Institutes, with most favorable
FOIlESTtiltOYK and HOSKKl'IH.,
fWrite for Particulars. Correspondence
Toledo, Lincoln Cc
Noiioo is hotvb
tin. .n iu iir.i..ini.i ... . . 1
: v , v i" 1 n 1 1 11 v 011 in v
To the Honorable t ounty curt of i tiuvin i
We. the undersisined electors oi' Lincoln com,.
f V rOil..ll: 111 1 h. ! ... ... .......
scribed coipoi'ation, would
""l ' ill. Ili r. lllHli.T
lown of lolcdo. ill sai.i l.incol
resent that the
nuns inree nunilrcl Inhabitants, and respect
fully asfe that Ihe ton 11 of Toledo W incorpor
ale.l under the treneral laws of oretou applvin
to towns and villages: sa-d corporation t, be
known by the name and stvle of the i itv of
loledo. and bouuiicd as follow s. to-w it
t'ommenciuit at ihc northeast comer of licn
sell .y w iUinnis' addition to ihe town of Toledo
l.incoln county, i.reg.m. rtinuiiiir thence souili
to a iH.int icct north from the northn, -i
ivrner 01 the sonlhwest 1 , of ihe soulhcast ,
01 section 17. town 11 south, rane 10 et'
thence east to center of oialla Slouch: thence
down the .-enter of said slovtjrh to o V i (;
rieht-of way; thence wester'.v nlonir north iuie
of said nnhtof way lo a point sixtv feet soinb
t the line between land claims of John lira I I
nam aim .1. i . inceut : tbence w est to center of
leiHvMoiich; thenco up center 01 said slouch
jo inierseciion 01 section nee between sections
...vio-e norui on sum scclu.n line
north line 01 Ihiru'ciob no .1..,
said liiief street to T. r. l ish's'a.ldiiion : thence
.lueuorth to northwest comer 01 uns..'i .1
V. illtiinis' addition: ilipn,..inn.,... ... ..1
v. e. vour lielilloners w onl.l r., ..it 1.
f our honorable bod. to icranl our petition, and
incorporate oledo o.ndor rl... 1 1 .
Oreiron. bclievim; it Is b.rlhc k-eneial muni and
prosperity 01 our low n.
I. , (iowcll,
. P. Pish,
. A. Thomas,
t'has. ti. Mallhews.
1'. V olhl'iinrt.
Win. II. Alevander.
II. t'. Wuli,
1 has. v. Piek,
I ester atiLh,
T. Jay iniford.
'iomve A. I.andis,
It. W arren.
tioo, T. Smith,
.1. P. Miller.
S. V. iiurl.
A. T. I'elerson,
.1. S. Akin.
I.. M sta-r
.'. I'. Alliee.
reler ,i Houpili.
. 1:. Uich.
1. A. inn,,
J. II l.ut.
J. A. Hall,
J. A. Haimir.
Henry M. n.-he,
It. P. Kllur.
J. ti. Wake.
V. t. Ilti i' lnini
1 I -ft
iioni;iui, 01 lole.lo. I.lucolu fount. . I boio'll
has liiu.lt' 11 ccncial iiwicm I .o ,1,1 his pron-
crty for Ihc i.cnetit of his credit.. is 1. .the under
signed, w liich siti.i assiirnihcm is now peniltnc
in the t'trciiil l ourloi ihcsiiue - f Oregon for
1,1 ' '.nifty. All icisons hol.liinr claims
aKalnsi the satil insolvem arc herel.v nolliie.l
and reqiiiicd to picseut the same lo ill. undei
siKtie.l. under oaili. at Toledo, I'ountv mi. I
stale alorcsaid, w lililn three luonlhs iioin ihe
1'nled thls-Jtiih day oi Mav, lsn:l.
A. o. IIookkii.
r. r.o . ..i.i . . 1 nr. 1 relcr lc-
IX THKClU NTV ( OI'UTOF LINCOLN COI N.
VO ITt'l-: is hereby Riven thai the underslirne.l
was duly appointed by lliet'ouulv Court of
Lincoln roiinly, oreirou, executor of' the eslale
of Mary S. hevens. lino of said county, deceased.
All persons havinir elaliua avainst 'said eslale
are hereby nolilled lo present iheni duly veil
lied lo the undersiu'iied al his residence' In l.lk
city. Oregon, wilhln six uioulhs from ihe dale
of this notice.
Hated 111 Toledo, OreKon, this i.ihdnv of Juno,
II. J. IILVINS.
VOTICK IS IIKKEIIY II1VKX, THAT IIV VI H
tup of a decree, execution and order i.( sale
Issued out of the ( ircull t oiirt ot ihe statu of
oreon for the t'ouutv of Lincoln, bearinv date
the. .1!h day of June 1h'i:i an.) under Ihe seal nl
said Court, upon a decree and order of sale. I til.
rendered and entered in said Coiirl, on the nth
day of May ixos. In a sull I herein pcndiim here
In A. T. I'elerson was plaint!!! and W . T. W ebber
and 1, s. W ebbcr wore defendants, In favor of
Ihos.ild plailillD'and aXMlnsI Ihe said defend
ants for the mini ot Hil.7'i l ulled Sliilcs (.old
Coin wllh Interest from ihe IVlh day of Muv
lain al Ihe raia of olnht per cent, per annum,
and Tor the further sum of l:r,.no as allorne a
fees ami for ihc sum of fin imi cost ami disburse
incuts, and for the sale of the hcreluallcr des
crilK'd real properly to antl-iv tlie several
Binoiinlsai.nve Haled: wlibh execution la lo
me dlrei'led and delivered, and commands 111 e
lo make Ihc said sum of money wuli costs and
accruhiK cost by sale of Ihe real property hurti
Inafler described : and In pursuance thereof I
as Sheriff.,! Lincoln couutv Oreirou will on Wod
liesday the and day of AilKtist Imilal the hour
of one o'clock in the atlcruoou nl said day, at
the Court House door In the ciiv ol Toledo In
said County, sell al public unci Ion to Ihe hlull
cst bidder tor cash In hand all ul Ihe follou linr
described resl property to wit: Lots numbered
one (I) and 10(2) In block numbered iwemv
live (A',) In (ase .v iniyley's A, billion lo Die eliv
of Newport in Lincoln County nreuon, as plat
led and recorded In Ihe onntv clerks olll.e
(urfKlnallv) of nenton Couutv Oregon ami now
on record In ihe nltice of the County Hec.r
der of said ( ountv.toireiherwlih the tenemenis
heradilament and appurtenances thereunto be
lougliiK or in an. u Isc appcrlal'ilnc. as well as
all the rluhl title Inieres' and estate ol Ibe said
defondanls and all pers oiiai'laliniiiK under them
since the :iOlh dny of March 1s rl, ,,( In and to
the same, to satisfy the said decree, execution
and order of sale and the several amounts due
thereon as above set forth, ith costs and nc
Itatcd June ?i;tb la'.ct.
Ikoick . I.aniiis,
Sheriff of LiiicolnCu uiityfireitoii.
Fire Wine; ::i L::;::r:.
Fresh beer on draft.
A QUIET AND ORDERLY Rlv
So:tT. Toledo, - - Oregon.
HLAI. fNH IL HlSr HIM.
The following -tie the trausfeis
of real estate as f led in the couutv
1 cierK s onice ior week eniling to
J. Kaybiin:, to M. J. Ray-1
burn, 15 lots in ( orvallis, and tty!
lots in liufot'l's ; ldition to Alex-j
gander; c'liisidera ion Ji ,x. j
i A. J. Johnson nd wife to Piank ,
I W. S!ii!iiiid:i r, 1. 1 7 in block id, in
Davis addition i Yaquina; con
sider;, tioa ;' !
Eunice C. W ;scr at. i vile to
Kay Mann ., tlm biot 1 s :,i! :ix
Uls in V. fiber's a-.'.itioii: iii-.i,;fi:i-tion
.'ev. t','1 'i'hiiiiii son an,; v ife tf
Era;d; !,to'Jiei; ten ii'.otk'- in
: O. 1 mi :; ; t ! 1 . ; , . - 6i..u.
It in i)iiile i ct. '1. . v.orH's
fair wiil be u lina ici.il -.m -.'.
.1.-1.... .v.. r . . .
To Whom it may
ne 29, 1893.
10. Heui't, the section boss on
fall and broke
i , I .- 1 ' ti .
SJ'- Jl Ins ri!s. lie was trying to
sve n swarm of bees in a tree. The
S Wiuh bloke and he got a fall of about
Titty lie went to Philomath
nd g' t fixed up, and went to his
inch n Hays creek last Eriday
v ith si me help, but he is very bad
it can hardly speak. He cannot
iv dow 1 and h;'s to set propped up
a cb ir.
J oh, n i-;ilis, fvoin . i;any
Ihe Chinanio". oti sec
w ami li.vir '.i ;o at I.
Mrs. icBiiii(.' has routined from
I'.UU'y wheio slie has! veil visil
fviends di.iing the past two
.'he Eildyvillc Union Sunday
"ol was we'd attended last Sab
'iiti and passed oil' in good shape.
I'lie singing va.; yoo.l and all en-
hvetl it vei v much.
M. L. Cdass in;.,
all Monthly. He
Hung on ilig l-.lk n
1 a flourishing
' From Kt); city.
Hay havest ha- 1 .nnnieiiced.
Geoiite lloibu" , of Salado, was
in tow ii was in tow 11 with a load of
strawbenies. IN: icports a large
cro this season.
S. V. Anderson has moved back
to improve his place at Heaver
Dr. J. C. Piinton, of Portland,
spent S iuday v illi M. W. Simpson
011 a fishing lour.
Trout are bitiiig Ihe fly well; and
M. '. Simps' in conies in nearly
every day with from lourty to fifty.
A petition has been circulated
among the people ami signed by
all, asking the post -ma tcr-geueral
to appoint J. II. Hiair postmaster
of this place. In place of M. W.
Simpson, who has resigned.
R. A. Miller and family have
moved on their place, near Col.
The assesor, T. E. Parker, passed
through this city on his way to the
Summit, by the way of Jtig Elk.
E. M. Mays is expected home
fiom California, today, where he
has been for his health.
About two linn, lied dozen wild
pigeons have been shipped from
Elk City to Portland and San Eran
cisco. June 28, 1K03.
Weather nice and health good.
Crops are looking well.
Hay harvest will commence as
soon as the weather becomes more
The residence of Mr. Parker is
Hearing completion. D, J. Chit
wood is giving it the finishing
touch of paint ami paper. It is an
ornament to the town.
Mr. Whitney, the Nasby of our
town, has put ii) a silo of twenty
or twenty-five tons capacity and is
putting in rye ami hay for winter
Mr. S. Poster, a brother of our
town's man, Jl. N. Poster, arrived
a few days ago from Illinois. Mr.
Poster is well pleased with the
country, and thinks of stopping with
Master Clarence Poster, a son
of H. N'. Poster, got a bail hurt in
One eyetine day last wick at school,
j The children v.crt playing war mid
i he received a .--jK-ar wound in which
!caiu- near destroying the sight.
He is doing line now.
j Johii Hewitt, the section foreman
1 who ".as so badly hurt by a fall, is
some bel'.cr but improves very
Tin: 'iie io'i is being asked,
"A:c von goi:,;r to Newport the
fo.irlh?" An! if it i a nice day
Chili cr! " ill be well represented.
J i -o 27, 1H0-5.
M : .'i t're opW- of I-'lorcm-e
wil'. a' -'i 1 the ce!'br.Tt'"M at Ne.i
por' 1 1 :' t- .('.!'. coi'iing up on the
Hi: Elk Items.
Sunshine and showers inter
mingled in agreeable proportion,
, the showers are beneficial to the
growing vegetation but a detriment
I to the haymaking process,
j Preaching and baptizing here
I Sunday, Rev. Yost officiating, three
I persons baptized. S. S. was omit
ted. i Miss Cora Grant returned from
Monmouth last week.
Aunt Sallie Pvhuru returned to
her home on Tutu Turn also last
Mrs. Mulkey has had a relapse
since we last wrote, for a day or
two she was not expected to live,
but she is improving now and with
proper nursing will perhaps recover.
Mr. Johnson took his sheep out of
Big Elk last week.
U. 0. I. No.
Kt 11001, KrTOUl.
The following is the report of the
.oi.f,.l t.-t..,vi,t :., .k, .!,.:- v r
Ya.uina City, Oregon, for the term
beginning April 4, 1803, and end
ing June 2;,, 1893;
Number ofdays taught, yy, num
ber of days attendance, 1610; num
ber of days absence, 219; number
of pupils enrolled, 40; visitors Mr.
Hoellein, O. L. Coffin, director;
Rev. C llouth, i1iA.riutMuiiti Mr.
Gus. Carlson, Mrs. Win. Weaver,
Ina Weaver, Mollic Gorman, Dell
Hohannan, Girtie Predrieh, Mack
Paiker, Miss A. Wright, Geo.
Gorman, Mrs. Christy, Mrs. O. L.
Coffin, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Manning,
Mrs. Ida Patterson, Mrs. C. Wood
ing, Miss Ehna Parker, Master
Leland Wright, Mr. and Mrs.
DefTcnhacher, Mrs. G. lloeflein,
Mrs. P. Datliug, Mrs. Eorest,
Priscilla Hoellein, Willie lloeflein,
The following is the standing of
the pupils for the examination nt
the close of the term;
Hessie Manning, 91.3; Ettie
Manning, HS!H; Emma Eorest, 97;
Girtie Predrieh, 95.7; Violet Forest,
' y, Mima Hunlsucker, 97? j;
Lilliellaas, 93.9; Oneatta Reynolds,
9V-i; Ivlith lvltler, 96; Ona Co
lin, '926; Norma Watkins, 93; Pearl
Darling, 94.2; Daisy Deffeuhachcr,
99; Edna lloeflein, yS; Willie
Christy, 95.8; Arthur I'rediich,
yajj; Robert Cooer, 88i; llirtic
Cooper, 97; Roy Defreulmcher, 98;
Lafayette Manning, 87; Fraukic
Hunlsucker, 90; l'',lmer Darling,
97? j; Stephen Miller, 91; Frankie
Miller, 97 per cent.
Pupils neither absent nor tardy
during the term: Willie Christy.
Miss Lt'i.u Hakkingtom.
. ---' .
One of the most necessary and,
we believe, at the same time, most
paying institutions that could be
established at Toledo is a well
equipped creamery. The time has
come when creamery butter has
literally drived farm butter from
the market during the summer sea
son. Right here now it is impos
sible to sell, good choice farm but
ter at any price, because the home
market is glutted ami it would not,
pay to ship it as it could not be
sold at advantageous prices either
in Portland or San Francisco.
Creamery or dairy butter brings a
good price in either market. The
milk that is now going to waste if
a gooil creamery was in operation,
could be turned into a good source
The Hub-treasury scheme was
again argued at the. alliance 'meet
ing last Saturday night. The de
baters were J. W. Pariish and
Harry Deiilinger for the treasury
scheme and C. L. Gowell and Wm.
Alexander again: t it. The debate
was quite intei .-sting and many
good points wete made on each
Among the ap
po.ition of lead
schools of Alban
Miss Hell. Shoi
cide to employ hi
Hell on their han
i:rr to the close o
dications for the
:r in the public
is one from a
Id the board de
r they would have
U from the open-
f her term.
- . ,
a tar load of straw
ben if s to pngct '.
sound points one
hipment of berries
day last week.
to California has
The following from the law col
um of the Portland TelegTani re
garding checks is especially inter
esting at present: "Inasmuch as
the failure of the bank before pre
sentment is the principal, if not the
inevitable, occasion of loss from neg
lect or delay of presentment, almost
any delay is likely to produce the
loss; and hence, but a limited time
is given in which to make present
ment, the length of time varying
with the persons between whom
the question arises. If persons to
whom you gave checks resided in
the same place as the bank is sit
uated they have all the next clay in
which to make presentment, and if
presentment is delayed beyond the
business hours of the day, and the
bank fails in the meantime, the loss
falls on the holder of the check, not
you; where the payee receives the
check at a distance from the place
where the bank is situated, he has
the whole of the day after receiving
it in which to forward the check
for presentment through an ap-
propi'inlt ebfintifl i bv rin.'I or osr.
press, to the place where the bank
is situated, and the person to whom
it is sent for presentment has the
next day after receiving it in which
to make the presentment; and any
loss from a failure of the bank dur
ing the time thus required for the
transportation of the check would
fall on the drawer; if the uartv ..J -receives
the check resides in the
country away from the postoffiee,
the rule as to diligence in forward
ing the check for presentment is not
so strictly enforced as in other
The Newport Times says; "We
understand that there is no Mr.,
Hamilton, the bank was run
Job and old Uilly Hogg." It is v
marvel where the Times got its un
derstanding. The only evidence of
Iloag's connection with the bank
was that he had some money on
deposit there. It is quite true that
Wm. lloag will have enough to
answer for of his own commission
and omission in the railroad matter,
but to attempt to saddle everything
onto the Hoggs is rather out of
place. The Jobs werebeneficiarie1
of the Hogg regime in the mattoiJ-
of lime checks and many other '
things, and as long as they were
such they had no kick coming.
And we believe now that all such
talk as the above is made by the
Job strikers anil blowers . to dir ,
the attention of the people !
from themselves so that the' j
affairs as connected with t. , .
may be probed in too deeply. k i
. " - 1
Salem Is to build a new city halt , '
of good proportions this summer.
A comiaittee from the city council 1
was rmnointnil tin iuctifrfc tlir rllf-
ferent kinds ol 'building stone and
recommend that which they thought
was best. The committee inspect
ed stone from several different
quarries, among which was the
famous Teniuo, Washington stone
and they unanimously decided that
the Pioneer qatarry in Lincoln coun
ty was by far the best stone inspect
ed. It takes a nicer finish, is more
easily worked, ami withstands pres
sure and the effect of heat better
than any other. All the bids on
the new hall building must be esti
mated on Pioneer stone. This is
quite an advertisement for this
stone, and there is but little doubt
that a great industry will be devel
oped at Pioneer.
The Myrtle Point West Orcgonian
says of the creamery at that place:
"The Arago creamery shipped
7,ixx pounds of butter and cheese
to Portland on the ISandorille this
week. The creamery is now re
ceiving 1 1,500 pounds of milk per
day, with indications that the
amount will reach 13,000 pounds
within a few days. The creamery
now has 51 patrons." The people
of that vicinity are producers and
shippers instead of being consumers
wholly. Such a condition of things
must come to pass in Lincoln coun
ty before the people will Ijc blessed
with prosperous times.
The Union Pacific had a disas
trous wreck of a passenger train
j about six miles from Portland last
! Tuesday morning. ' "
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