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Jno. D. Daly
8. V. Burt
B. F. Jones
George Land is
J. I, HviIa
. Geo. Bettiers
, ' -jos. utdeon
i T.E. Parker
Dr. P. M. Carter
J. J. Bristow
i ounty uomnussiuuero ujui miscu) on nea
dur after the first Monday in February,
ril, June, August, October and December,
a. J. C. Fullerton, Jndge
Brown Proa. Attorney
ourt convenes on 4th Monday In July and
tb Monday In January ot each year.
,Hce of the Peace
J. A. Hall
j CITY ur TUUSUU.
. Ruhl ..Marshal
a nrasno 1
ivncll meets on the first Monday evening in
raURCHES AND SOCIETIES.
i JOHN'S CHURCH Protestent Episcopal.
Divine service the third Sunday oi every
Uth, at 11 a. in. All are Invited to attend.
chas. Booth, Missionary. Residence-,
sctory," Newport, Or.
O. O. F. Toledo Xxdge, No. 108, Meet
every Saturday evening at their hall in this
iut Tbapp, See y. 0. 0. Kroostad, N. U,
1 O. F. Bay Lodge No. 116, of Yaqnina City,
- meets every Wednesday evening. Visiting
others are always welcome.
; 1 bubrows, Secretary. L. O'Brien, N. G.
(f .0. 0. T. Meets every Saturday evening,
i.TDOo'clook, in Grady's hall, this town,
It t. Collins, C. T. Geo. H. Bruce, Secretary.
10. 0. F. Newport Lodge No. 89, meets every
Saturday evening, visiting brothers are cor
i nllv invited to attend, J, W. OLIVER, k
UO'BT. BURCH, Secretary, N. G
1 i. & A M.-
( . convocatioi
Newnort Lodge No. 85. regular
i - convocation on Saturday on or before each
Tiuilmop.a, Visiting brothers are cordially
if Seomed. Js. H. Rusbkll, W. M.
Y"8. Robertson, Secy..,,
A. R. Phil Sheridan Post No. 24, meets
every second ana lourtn mursnay evening.
VJKU, OXfcVKMBU, VUIU.
A. Bbnsell, Adjt.
5l,EDO, - OREGON.
I PROPRIETOR OF
jjoledo Meat Market,
Fresh and Cured Meats
OF ALL, KINDS.
rpledo, - - Oregon
Jj A. HALL,
Justice of the Peace
Is, Mortgages, and all kinds of legal papers
executed with correctness. Careful attention
given to all business entrusted to my care.
atchmaker and Jeweler,
tVork of all Kinds Guaranteed.
fe Eastern Ry.
:aquina bay route
Connecting at Yaquina Bay with the
in Franciscft and Yaqnina Bay
1 1 and first-class in every respect.
ISails from Vaquina for San Fran-
Kisco about every 8 days. Fas-
i t-1 uvwuuiutwuaiivtt. . . . .j . . .
passed. Shortest route between
the Willamette Valley and Cali
ere from Albany or points west to
tbin round trip, good6odys. 18.00
Vi Sailing days apply to
4 H. L. WALUEN, Agent, Albany, Or.
OWIX STONE, Manager,
CHAS. CLARE, Supt.
When in Toledo
Call on N. Snow and
get prices of Flour
and Feed. Also get
prices on Goods.
All Goods sold cheap
1 mi nt
W. RICH, Prop
I have fitted up a first-class shop
and invite the patronage of the
people of Toledo and vicinty.
' CHARGES FOR GRINDING.
Razors honed ready for use, 0.25
Razors grond and honed ready for use M
Razors re-ground snd honed ready for use, .76
Razors ground half concave 75
" " three-quarter concave, 75
" M full concave IM
Shears sharpened as
First-class work uaranteed or
money refunded. Interested par
ties win oe Denenttea by sending
their grinding to me. ' -
W. E. RICH, Toledo, Oregon
The place to get your
And all kinds of
Is at the
fXTTrice and Work Satisfactory
do you oo HUNTING?
You will buy a MARLIN.
It has a solid top-Protection.
It ejects at the side ConTenlenee.
It ii llglit wclKht-Comforu-It
has the Dallaud Barrel-A courser.
It has fewest parts-Simplicity.
Bend for complete cstnloirue. free. Special pack
of Caidi for 15 CeuU
THE MARLIN FIRE ARMS CO.,
Kew Uaven, Coua.
rcAVEAl SJRADE MARks
CA I OBTAIN A rATOT
prompt answer and an honest opinion, write to
BIU if M & C'., who have bti nearly nfty reart'
experience In the patent bMineaa. Commtuilca.
tloni itrtctlf eonlldentlsl. A Handbook of In
formation ennceruuu Pa tenia and now to ; ob
tain tb.m sent free. Also a catalogo of fflecban
leal and KlentlOo Ixwks lent free. ,-
Patacts taken tbronfh Munn Co, reeetTj
neclal notice id the Hclentlfic American, and
tbtu are broorht widely before the public with
out oort to tbe Inventor. This .Dlendid oapfr,
luned weekly, eleaantly If-jitrated.ha. br far th.
largest ctrculatloa of any aoientiric work In to
world, wi a year. Bimple cople. sent free.
BulldlcigBdltloll. monthly. tijOa year. Single
eoplea, 'ia eenta. Brery number oontaina beau
tiful plates. In colon, and pbotonraphs of new
bouMa, with plana, enabling builders to show the
latent dealgni and secure contracts. AddreM
gPgj9111.. ir:L gtll t3n.irigs, IeuLtro,!
Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Thursday, July n, 1895.
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Oregon Citv, Oregon,
fftv si. mfa
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT THE
ionowing-named settler has filed notice of
his Intention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the County Clerk of Lincoln County, at
Toledo, Oregon, on July 15, WJ5, viz:
JOHN A. 1TEKKKS, H. E. No. 7.856,
for the northwest y. section 81, town 13 south,
range 10 west.
He names tne following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz: Allen Fordeu, Louis South
worth, A. A. McCleary and N. Constantino, all
of Waldport, Oregon.
ROHliRT A. MILLER, Register.
To Otter Rock Camj)ers.
We have a stable with plenty of
teed now at Otter Rock. Also a
first-class pasture. We are now
prepared to care for all .teams
brought by campers. Good water,
good shade, fine camp grounds,
beautiful beach, deep sea fishing
and other attractions at the Rocks.
The place W camp out. ' ' .
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon, '
April 17. WM, '
5J0TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE
I following-named settler has Hied notice of
his intention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the County Clerk of Lincoln County, at To
ledo, Oregon, on July 2(1, 1895, viz:
CHARLES KROEGER, H. E. Ko. 8,683,
for the south i of the southwest yi section 28,
and east H of the northwest section 83, town
18, south, runge 11, west.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultivation
of said lend, viz: Jim Coll'ns, of Waldport, Ore-
5 on, Jasper F. Jennings, of Newport, Oregon,
ohn Hill, of Axtell, Oregon, and Win. Buck, ot
KUIMI A. -MlLLtK. UCglSter
Farms for Sale.
I have several farms, both cultt
vated and uncultivated, for sale in
tracts of 40 acres and upwards.
These lands' are adapted to fruit,
vegetable and sheep culture. Will
be sold very cheap and on reason
able terms. Anyone desiring to
purchase such lauds will do well to
call on or address
M. J. Alxphin,
tf. Wttle Elk, Oregon.
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Two Good Papers
Price of One.
We have made arrangements by
which we can offer
THE WORLD FAMOUS
Four Months, for 50 Cts.
The Weekly Free I'ress is a Ijuge Twelve Page
Weekly, and has the Largest Number
of Hpeeial Contributors of any
Weekly Published In America
Hereafter tbe writings of "M. Quad," the Fa
moui Humorist, will be published Exclusively
In the Free Press.
It also has a special "Merry Times"
Department for the Children, and
a Special Woman s Page.
weekl? Dsiroii Frte Press
Crop- Wea ther Bu Uetin
Fer the week ending Monday,
July 8, 1895:
' WESVERN OREGON. .
Weather. Showers occurred on
the 3, 4, and 5, being heaviest on
the 4; the total rainfall was from .1
to .25 of an inch. The. temperature
was much cooler than the preced
ing week; the maximum ranging
from 62 to 80 degrees, the minimum
from 42 to 62 degrees.
Crops. The weather was ex
ceedingly favorable to the growth
of vegetation. Previous warm and
dry weather had dried the surface
soil considerably, hence the rain
was beueficial. The rain did very
slight damage to the hay that was
down. " .
Haying has progressed during
the past week, Hay from grain is
hpinor rnnrlA thl? W??k. Tb? SCCOnd
crop of alfalfa will be cut by the 15.
; Barley is ripening and will be
soon ready to cut. By the 15, fall
sown wheat will begin to be har
vested in the southern counties.
The encouraging reports as to oats,
wheat and barley still continue.
Along the immediate coast coun
ties vegetation was uever better;
the hay crop is especially heavy,
and potatoes promise an immense
crop. So far as hay and grain
crops are concerned, Western Ore
gon promises to eclipse her former
The fruit prospects continue to be
of the most encouraging character.
The rain of the 4th did damage to
Royal Ann cherries, but the dam
age was slight. Peaches are ripen
ing in Jackson and Josephine coun
ties,, and they will "be a large crop.
Pears, apples and prunes promise
an unusually large crop.
The hops continue their promis
ing appearance. The hop lice are
present, and spraying continues.
It appears as though all insects are
under better control this year than
The grasshoppers, mentioned two
weeks ago as being in Jackson
county, are moving northerly and
are now present about Grant's Pass.
They do not appear to be doing any
This is now the period of the
year when rain seldom falls, hence
It is hardly probable that any rain
Will occur this year at this season
of the year. The temperature will
most likely materially decrease on
Wednesday and Thursday with
high fog or cloudy Thursday till
noon. N o rain is expected to occur
when the change in temperature
Weather. General light rainfall
on July 4, and 5, being heaviest on
the 4th; the total amount which fell
varied from one-half inch in por
tions of Umatilla county to .10 of
an inch at The Dalles, and iu Ba
ker county. The temperature was
much iower than during the pre
ceding week. On the morning of
the 6th frost nearly occurred south
of the Blue mountains, where the
lowest temperature was 36 degrees.
The maximum temperature ranged
from 72 to 84 degrees, and the min
imum ranged from 48 to 54 degrees
except south of the Blue mountains
where it was from 36 to 52 degrees
About the average amount of sun
Crops. The rains, though, light
were of great benefit. The benefit
was principally in the help it was to
cause the grain to be mere plump;
it helped tbe filling, but canned .
lie or no growth of extra straw.
The reports from Wasco and Sher
man counties are more encouraging,
and fair yields are now anticipated
from these two counties. Discour
aging reports continue from Gilliam
and Morrow comities, and it is
doubtful if one-third as much as the
crop of last year will be yielded. In
Umatilla county grain that was put
in properly is in good condition.
One correspondent, who has 1,700
acres in wheat, expects 45 "bushels
per acre; fields surrounding "will
not yield over 20 bushels to the acre, ,
the difference being due to the man
ner of plowing and seeding. The
crop of Umatilla county will hardly
be over one-fourth as much as it
was last year. In the Giand Ronde
valley good crops are the rule; this
year they are poor; fall wheat is es
pecially poor and will not yield over
15 or 20 bushels per acre. Spring
grain is not half so good and much
of it will only fit for hay. In other
Eastern Oregon counties similar
grain conditions exist. .
The hay crop is light, except that
which is irrigated. The' hay is
short in length and thin on the
ground. The fruit prospects con
tinue to be encouraging. . A large
yield is now expected.
Wheat harvest has commenced
in a few localities of the Columbia
river valley; harvest will not be
general till about the 15.
The Rt. Key. Wistar Morris, D.
D., Bishop or Oregon, delivered
one of the very best sermons we
have ever heard here on Sunday
labt. The house was crowded and
everyone went home well pleased.
We would like it if we could have
the pleasure of hearing such ser
There was a large crowd of young
folks up from Waldport Sunday,
bringing their lunch -' with them,
and, is they expressed it, "had a
regular picnic." A merrier crowd
than they would be hard to find,
Ernest Counsil has been the guest
of Mr. R. Barclay for the past few
Mr. R. B. Trenholm, of Fall
creek, was the welcome guest of
Mr. R. Barclay Saturday and Sun
day. " We wish to correct an error in
last week's issue; it was Otto Hoov
er instead of Otto Thissell who fell
from a load of hay.
Our young folks who went to the
Alsea valley on the 4th report a
very pleasant time.
Fred and Gib Robinette, who
are working for 'Squire Wilson,
went home to spend the 4th, and
found that a bear had taken up his
abode in their garden. After an
exciting chase Bruin was captured
and killed and the boys came back
well pleased with their Fourth.
We are pleased to announce that
Ed. Barclay, who received severe
hurts in a logging camp here a few
years ago, has so far recovered as
to be able to go to Aork again. He
is working for Guynn & Barnes,
making roads for their large log
Miss Allie Mulkey went fishing
on the 4th and reported splendid
success, but it has been ascertained
that she caught but one fish.
We are sorry to note the illness
of our constable. It don't agree
with him to make so long a jour
ney to celebrate.
Judge Wilson is on the war path
at present. A bear has been play
ing havoc with his orchard. He
has had two scrimmages with Bruin
in which the Judge was worsted
both times, and the bear still has
his liberty. The Judge says he will
yet have bis hide for a hearth rug
if he has to lay aside the judicial
robes and turn common trapper,
but we predict that the Judge's
hearth stone will be bare for some
uuie to come yet.
Elk City Item.
Ninety-six degrees in the shade
yesterday. Too hot for comfort.
Judge S. V. Burt and wife are
with us today.
Mr. CuTry, of San Francisco, is
with us today.
H. Terwilliger apl 'Tiraily, of
Portland, arrived on Friday's train
to spend' the summer.: ' : .',
Col. F. J. Parker and family, of
Walla Walla, come in Saturday and
went up to the Sulphur spring
ranch to spend the summer. ' Sen
ator Mitchell will join the party in
a few days. .
C. Bevins and wife, from the val
ley are visiting with, his father, H,
J. Bevins, ot this place.
Fourth of July at Elk City in '96.
This will pass all previous occa
sions. The burning of the steamer
Benton will be a sight' never to be
forgotten. " '.
A deputy sheriff in town last
night, but everybody reported at
roll call this morning.
Pioneer quarry started up again
the first of the week. '
Hog show in town Saturday
Notices are posted by the Post
office department for the letting of,
a mail contract from Elk City to -,
Statiou No. , 2 75-100 miles
from Elk City, six times- a week.
We were not aware that the de
partment were looking for places
to expend more for carrying the
mails while they are now millions
July 10 1895.
County Clerk Jones and Sheriff
L,andis drew the names of thirty?
one good men and true, last Friday
who will act as grand and petit
jurors, at the coming term of dis
trict court, which convenes in this :
city on Monday, July 22. The list
of jurors is ps follows;
J. O. Carter, section.
Harvey Parks, farmer foreman. 1
J. E. Dixon, farmer.
M. W. Simpson, fisherman.
Adam Rae, farmer. - v
B. F. Hahn, laborer; .
H. C. Wulf, liquor dealer,
TOLEDO. . .
Daniel Grady, farmer,
J. S. Copeland, farmer,
F. D. Tillotson, farmer,
Chas. Montgomery, farmer,
H. Owens, laborer.
Wm. Grant, farmer,
John Dunswoith, farmer,
Chas. Coombs, farmer, '
John Fogarty, farmer,
Ed. Stoker, farmer,
Fred Greenbrook, farmer,
P. M. Abbey, hotel-keeper.
LOWER ALSEA. f '
J. W. Gray, farmer, j'
Allen Forden, farmer,
A. Bauman, farmer,
Jas. Harrison, farmer,
C. S.Gideon, shoemaker.
E. W. P.owers, farmer,
J. H. McNeil, merchant.
LITTLE ELK. ;
C. C. McBri.de, merchant. ,
BIG ELK. - t
W, H. Daniels, farmer, '
Daniel Howery, farmer.
W. E. Hosford, farmer,
C. Hansen, farmer. !
A.n awful hankering gnawed at ;
vitals of all the old soakers again -yesterday
, as every saloon in town -was
closed from the last minute in
the 24 hours yesterday. From
morning until nightfal Main street
was deserted' those who usually
frequent that thoroughfare having
apparently ukoa to the woods for
the day Corvallis Times
Last Tuesday Alexander Camp
bell received from the order of
Railway Conductor a draft for
$i'ooo in payment of the insurance
held in the order by the late John
Campbell. A draft for an equal
amount on a similar account from
the Maccabees was . received by
Mrs. Campbell a week or two
ago. Corvallis Times. ,