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About Lincoln County leader. (Toledo, Lincoln County, Or.) 1893-1987 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1897)
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School Superintendent - ' s. G. Irvin
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T. M. Coombl
r. A. Godwin
County Commissioners Court meets on Wed
BMd7 after the first Monday in February.
April, June, August, October and December.
Hon. J. C. Fuller ton Judge
W.B. Yates, Pros. Attorney
Court convenes on 4th Monday In July and
IV u i mi buuimi iu tfuurj oi eacn year.
CITY OF TOLEDO.
BF.Jone ; ; Mayor
C. L Tillotson
Inter wugh,: vi ...... u. . : . :
A. T. Peterson
Council meets on the flrst Monday evening In
. TOLEDO PRECINCT. . : , : .
lattice of the Pence J.A.Hall
Joitlce of the Peace, Geo. F. Sylvester
vuiuiMuiB . . . w. n. vruicnneia
Joitlce of the Peace,.. .., J. g. Booth
Constable W. L. Watkins
Juitlce of the Peace A. B. Clark
Conitable, . .....Alex Burkhalter
Joitlce of the Peace, .. i ..... . .Chan. Henderson
Constable Z. 8. Derrick
Juitlce of the Peace I. S. Huntington
Conitable N. F. Edwards
Juitlce of the Peace Bam'l Hill
Conitable Joseph Courier
Juitlce of the Peace.; N. J. Goodman
Comuble...... W. A. Vldito
Joitlce of the Peace.,.. U A. leek
Conitable W. P Taylor
LOWER ALSEA and YACHAT8.
Joitlce of the Peace. Wm. Wakefield
Conitable ,.John Early
Joitlce of the Peace Chan. Read
Connable ....... , M. Berton
Joitlce of the Peace W. H. Cook
Conitable ...Geo. E. Croxford
CHUBCHES AND SOCIETIES.
METHODI8T EPISCOPAL CHURCH-Services
at Toledo on the flrsl and Second Sabbath
el each month, morning and evening; services
Stletxou third and fourth Sabbath of each
month. . Kev. W. H. MYKKS, Psator.
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH Protestant Episcopal.)
Divine service the third Sunday of every
month, at U a. m. All are invited to attend.
Her. Chas. Booth, Missionary. Residence,
'Rectory," Newport, Or.
10. O. F. Toledo l-odge, No. 108, Meet
every Saturday evening at their hall in this
J, R. TURNIDOE, N. G.
10. 0. F. Bay Lodge No. 110, of Yaqnlna City,
meets everyWednesday evening. Visiting
brothers are always welcome.
8. A. PRUITT, N. 0.
E. J. BURROWS, Secretary.
10. 0. F. Newport Lndite No. 89, meets every
Baturdsy evening, visiting brothers are cor
lUlly invited to attend, L. O. OLS80N, N. O.
) W. OLIVER, Secretary.
to. O. F. Elk Lodge No. 194, meets every
Saturday evening in Us hall at Elk City.
lilting brothers always welcome.
P. A. MILLER, N. 6.
8. G. Wollkill. Secy.
IF. & A. M. Newport Lodge No. 86, regular
a convocation on Saturday on or before each
nil moo.i. Visiting brothers are cordially
welcomed. A. H. HAMPTON, M. W.
JOHN BUCKLEY. Seey ,
T equina Bay Council No. 745 National Union,
meets on second and fourth Friday nightsof .
the month. Traveling friends are welcome.
M. K. PKAIR8, sec B. F. JONES, Pres.
DO GOOD LODGE No. 70, Ketiekah Degree,
I. O. O, F., meets in the Odd Fellows hall in
this city on Tuesday evening of each week.
ANNETTE KROGSTAD, Secretary. .
OA. R. Abe Lincoln Post No. 68, meets In
the Good Templars Halloa the first and
third Saturdays of each month.
H. R. 6TURDEVANT, Post Com.
T. P. FISH, Adjutant.
A O. 11. W. Western Star Lodge No'. 73,
meets in the Odd Fellows' hall, Yaqulna,
en first and third Saturday evenings in each
month. Visiting brothers are always welcome.
H. K. LUGGER, M. W.
B. L. TRAVIS, Recorder.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. Poeahontui
Camo No. 290. Toledo. Orawm. maeta on
the first and third Thursdays in each month in
the Odd Fellows' hall. Visiting neighbors are
R. A. ARNOLD,
GEO. B ETHERS,
IlM Anil 1th Thnrariawa nf'Mh '(nrinth at
:& o'clock r m. . .
Wm Ivvaia A annul W St '
Mrs. Eunice Akin, Clerk.
WR. C.-ABK LINCOLN WOMAN'S RELIEF
Corps, No. 40, auxiliary to the G. A. R.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays In each
month in the 1. O. O. F. hall, at 3 o'clock p. m.
Mrs. Ems Ewimo, President.
M rs. Caui s Piai bs, Secy. -
Wanted-An Idea 2SS
t.yow mas: sney swy rnncroa wi
Writ, JOHN WBUDEBBTJM OoTtfitaat i
aers. Waaklacsoa, D C for their al.su priae
aadUst of I we kaadrwa IsvaaUeae waaSa,
ri- 4,000,000 women wear
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4,000,000 .living witnesses
.'. to their, superior
A LARGE LINE OF
The Latest Styles in SHOES.
Men's Best Freiich
Calf Bals, Triple
Sole, Scotcri edge,
Harid seed. Best
Price, $4.50 .
MEN'S Fine Calf, Lace
and Congress, Genuine
Hand Welt, Harvard Toe
and Tip. , v . , .
PRICE, $3.50 and $4.
AN UNLIMITED STOCK OF
MEN'S and BOYS CLOTHING, FUR-
NISHING GOODS, HATS and ,
CAPS,4DRY GOOD$? ! FANCY GOODS
CUSTOM TAILORING A SPECIALTY.
Mail and Express Orders Promptly Filled
jB Ala Spiriti,'
The Eest French Corset n the
or Toe andOTip,
Men's Fine Calf Lace and
Congress, Genuine Hand
Welt, Bon Ton toe and
tips. The very jatest
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State Supennteadent G.M. Irwin
was at Newport last Saturday and
Sunday, where he was met by
President Chapman, of the Uni
versity of Oregon, President Camp;
bell, of the Monmouth normal
school, President Miller, of the
Oregon Agricultural college, and
S. G. Irvin, county superintendent.
The object of the meeting of these
distinguished educators was to look
over the grounds and make suitable
arrangements for the summer ses
sion of the State Teachers' associa
tion, which will be . held at New
port on July 26th to 20th, inclusive.
These gentlemen also considered
the matter of holding a summer
school, to last four weeks, im
mediately following the meeting of
the association and plans were per
fected to that end. . This school
will be open to all teachers, and
any others who desire to avail
themselves of the opportunity of
improving themselves in the various
lines of school work. The . pro
posed institution will be divided
into various departments, and
Superintendent Irwin . and his
associates, while at Newport on
Saturday, designated instructors
for each depaitraent. It is, of,
course, not yet known if the edu
cators so selected will all accept,
but capable instructors will be had
for each branch, and no teachers
can afford to miss the opportunity
thus presenting itself to perfect
themselves for their work. .
The citizensof Newport , . have
agreed to provide suitable buildings
for this summer school and probably
erect a . large and commodious
edifice, with a view of making the
summer school a permanent institu
tion. The school will be a place of
study, divided into a number of
departments, among which the fol
lowing studies will receive par
Music, free-hand drawing, botany
geologv, biology, horticulture, a
review of studies entering into the
examinations for teachers' county
and state certificates in the common
school grades, history, civil govern
ment and a number of others.
The very best character of in
structors will have charge of the
deportments, and nothing will be
left undone to make it a most help
ful and profitable school for teachers.
Every participant can select the
departments in which he or she
desires to participate. The charges
for tuition will be very light, and
the best accommodations will be
provided for the comfort of all,
while in Newport, at reasonable
rates, so that no teacher, need.. re
main, away from this most excellent
school of study, j
Henceforth, let no man or
in Oregon laugh , or,t sner , at the
wildest populist that ever lived.
The L. E. Blain company, of
Albany, and L. E. Blain, of the
same place have made an assign
ment for the benefit of their credi
tors. . The L. E. Blain company
have an excess of assets over its
liabilities, but L. E. Blain's assets
are less than bis liabilities by sev
eral thousand dollars. Mr. Blain
is the owner of nearly one hundred
lots in Toledo that he has been
holding on speculation.
Adjourns Sine Die. '
FOETi-Foufc bits Lasted
The Disgraceful session 19 Fin
ally drawn to an end.
It is ended.
The most disgraceful session the
history of Oregon, or for any other
state for that matter, has finally
adjourned sine die.
And what a record it leaves be
Every . promise . broken, every
pledge betrayed! Not one needed
law passed; not one vicious Jaw re
pealed. Every useless, commission
are left like leeches to suck the very
life blood out. of the state; every
vicious system is still embodied in
The closing days and hours of
the debauch, called by some a leg
islative session, were marked by the
same utter shamelessness and dis
regard that has characterized the
The motion to adjourn was made
in the senate Tuesday and provided
that adjournment should take place
at noon yesterday. President Simon
promptly ruled the motion out of
order. The ruling of the chair was
appealed from, and for the first
time, on an Important matter, the
senate failed to obey the boss, and
the ruling ot the president was not
sustained. The motion to adjourn
then followed and was carried by a
vote of 18 to 10. The Benson house
immediately passed a resolution to
adjourn one hour later.. The Davis
house had not adjourned at noon
Everybody js busy when the sun
shines, looking, after stock and
doing general farm work, clearing
land, plowing, and some are sowing
Will Cook is the proud father of
another son, born Feb. 21st. Mo
ther and child and doing well, and
strange to say the little fellow is
exactly two years younger than his
brother, both were born on the
same day of the month.
Mr. D. J. Chitwood and wife
were up from Toledo visiting friends
and relatives the lore part of the
J. E. Wilson, the Chitwood nur
seryman, nas returned trom bis
trip to Alsea bay and Beaver creek.
He relates quite an experience of
wading swollen streams, plodding
through the mud through torrents
of rain, crossing the Alsea Bay and
waves dashing high and almost
swamping bi little skiff, of packing
live geese, across tide lands and
mudflats (the tide being low) to
get to the boat, of getting lost in a
dense fog on Yaquina Bay, etc. etc.
M. T. Whitney is preparing to
take a trip through the. county to
try bis hand peddling his new
Invention of explosives for killing
gophers, moles, etc
Miss Lulu Harrington closed a
six month's term of school at this
place last ' Friday. The closing
day was celebrated with the usual
Feby. 23, 1897.