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About Lincoln County leader. (Toledo, Lincoln County, Or.) 1893-1987 | View This Issue
Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Friday, May 12, 1899.
Don't You Know
That we give more groceries
for one dollar than anv other
house in the city: if not it
will pay you to call and he
convinced. We always have
on hand fresh goods.
A WU. USE OF
A Trial Order Will Satisfy You.
Scxt door to PoKtoflleo.
J. A. HALL,
Social attention given to filings and final
MINNIE A. OWIl AM,
Enlarges portraits in Crayon and
Pastel. Good work; reasonable
Frames furnished it desired.
cjt- tvttm a
Wm. Grant of For Far, who has
been visiting in the Valley, returned
Tuesday evening to his home.
Mrs. Ed Sullivan was on Mon
day's train outward, presumably
enro.ite to her old home in Salem.
Messrs. Collins and Geo. Burch
of Newport spent Saturday in our
city disposing of about a hundred
pounds of flounder.
Mrs. Wbiteford an aunt of Mrs.
T. P. Fish, arrived from Portland
Tuesday evening to spend a short
time with her niece at Toledo, near
Mrs. Kyniston and her daughter
arrived from Halsey Saturday.
She was there attending upon the
last sickness of her mother who re
Miss Flora Strayer came from
Elk City Tuesday to take her ex
amination preparatory to teaching
the school at that place during the
J. A. Hall and wife are selling
their household effects pteparatory
to leaving this place about the
middle of June. Mrs. H. will go
East and Al. will remain in Port
land for a time, at least before join
ing her. Toledo people will sin
cerely regret their departure know
ing their places will be hard to fill.
An officer of the United Life
Saving Service declares that its effi
ciency is chiefly due to the fact that
fitness and merit have always gov
erned the selection of its agents.
On the other hand, it is clear that
place-seekers shrink from entering
a department where achievement
and heroism are the rule. Even
the thought of pay-day is not allur
ing enough to bring assent to the
endurance of hardship and peril.
Thus the merit system has an easier
opportunity to exercise its benefi
cial influence among the life-savers
than in some safer spheres of the
public service. It is none the less
creditable to the government that
spoilsmen are not allowed to use the
Life-Saving Bureau for political
purposes. Youth's Companion.
Jno. Hoffman, the Corvallis con
tractor who is engaged in the erec
tion of the Hospital at Siletz, ar
rived in this place Monday evening
on his way to his work.
Hurley Lutz will represent Tole
do Odd Fellows at the annual meet-
J. P. Daly
G. E. Davis
.1. F. Stewart
J. II. Kohs
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(Jeo. Het tiers 1 1 lT of the Grand Lodsre which
Z. M. Derrick . c i t j i
F. m. wadswonh 1 meets in Salem Monday, departing
w. it. akefieid from this place Monday morning.
v . a. uouwin
County Commissioners Court meets on Wed
nesday after the first Monday in February,
April, June, August, October and December.
CI HC PIT COURT.
Hon. J. W. Hamilton Judge
io. M. Ilrown, 1'ros. Attorney
Court convenes on 4th Monday in July and
fourth Monday in January of each year.
CITY OF TOLEDO.
3. V. Jones, Mayor
R. K. Collins Recorder
Trios. Horning Marshal
T. 1'. Fish Treasurer
E. F. (iaar 1
II. R. sturievant
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Fred Stanton I
Albert Waugh, J
Council meets on the first Moudav evening In
CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CIU'RCH-Pervic
lfl es at Toledo on 1st and 3.1 Sabbaths of
Doctor T. B. Ford departed Sat
i rday morning for Corvallis after a
pleasant business visit in our city.
He delivered a splendid sermon
Friday evening to which a goodly
each month at 11 nclock.
every Sabbath at 10 ocloek.
ST. JOHNS CIIUROII-rPiotestant Episcopal
Divine service on the 3d Sunday of evcrv
month at 11 odock. All are invited to be
10. 0, F. Toledo Lodge Number 108, meets
every Saturday evening at Its hall. Let no
visiting brother be absent.
I1!: ?' K,k I'On'Ke Number 134 meets every
SiUiirday evening in its hall in Elk City
visiting brothers always welcome.
10 O K.-Iiay Lodge Number llfi, of Yaquina
meets every Wednesday evening Visiting
Prof. Lee, president of the Albany
College, passed through this place
Saturday on his way to Newport,
where he conducted services in the
Presbyterian church Sunday, re
turning bv Monday's train.
Messrs. C. C. McBride and H.
N. Foster, who were here in the
interest of a Methodist preacher to
conduct services in their part of the
county, departed Saturday morning
for their homes in Eddyville and
spent the winter attending the Pori
land Business college, returned
Monday evening and will assist his
father, our County Assessor, dur
ing the summer, and complete his
course next Kali.
Beach Mini ng.
In last weeks issue mention was
made of the improved method of
beach mining which is being used
now along our Lincoln county
beach. Ade Crosno and his part
ner have put in the new process on
the Jones & Crosno claims near Ot
ter Rock and are doing nicely.
Later we will be able to tell our
readers more definitely what the.
results prove to be. Hundreds of
dollars have been taken from the
beach mines each year recently and
by this method ' these hundreds
should be thousands. The boys
are much pleased with their pro
spect for the summer and their
friends wish them success.
Is but the phrase to apply to our new stock of Spring
and Summer Suitingsjust received from Chicago. It is
up-to-date in styleand qualities were never better than now
since the world began. We als6 have a large stock of
Pants and these, too, are PURE CREAM AT BUTTER
A DREAM IN LEATHER.
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we n?.ve aiso, direct ircrs iasicni uctoui-s, a iiuu new
and nicely selected stock of Spring and Summer shoes an I
other footwear that are simply elegant. No one can see
them and not want a pair; hence, we are showing them
all the time and to see them is to buy and be pleased.
We are also going to tell you the
TALE OF A SHIRT.
In this line we have the very latest styles from
Boston and New York. Nothing give a man a neater
appearance than a clean, stylish shirt. In many of
our Western towns these cannot be obtained, but we
have a large stock and ample variety in Golf, Dress
and Negligee styles, so there is no reason why you
should not look as neat and stylish as any man in the
In Ladies' Dress Goods we have everything new. In Groceries,
Provisions, and General Merchandise our stock is always new
and sold at lowest prices. Yours for Business.
Messrs. B. F. and C. J. Smith, of
Tidewater, in company
Holgate, walked from Waldport
Tuesday to the county seat. The
KmiluTB romp to thp rnnnrv seat to
BKK n'anWik' nlT file on claims near Tidewater. The
'no.nhe ,;r,?1?Wr:ulrh I Party returned on the evening train.
Dick Stevens, one of the Corval
lis & Eastern bridge crew, cut his
right foot severely with an ax
Tuesday while at work near Chit
wood. He was taken to Yaquina
(in the evening, wnere xjt. vaner
! accompanied him to properly dress
' the wound. It will lay Dick up
lor several weeks.
G. A. Landis departed Tuesday
morning for his mines in Northern
California. Messrs. D. P. Blue and
George Washington are at the
mines now. . Just what will be done
Mr. L. did not know until he had
viewed the ground. His absence
may extend during the entire sum
mer if conditions there are favor
able and he may return in a tort-night.
Irothers are always welcome
10. O.l, -Newport Lodge Number 8!) meets
every Saturday evening. Visiting members
are cordially invited to attend.
ig members always welcome.
DO f.oon Lodge No. 70, Hebekah Degree I. 0.
, .' iJ '"'V Ht 0,1(1 Fellows hall in this el y
iiivii 1 . s,Ih' evening of each week. Visitors
muted to attend.
WOODMKN OF THE WORLD.-Pocahontas
mp No. 2!Ki, Toledo. Oieeon. meets on
Mil ,.!,f',,,( W Fridays of each month in the;
' ' ullliw hall. Visltine neighbors always
A n,.,, A-''--Newport Lodge No. 85, regular
"invocation on Tuesdnvnn before etch full
lsitlng brothers are cordially wel-
A - w -Western Star Lodge No. 73. meets
iln 0,1,1 KeUws hall, Yaquina, on 1st
brothot.' 'evenings in each month. Visiting
,r"thcrs are always welcome.
Report of Chitwood School.
Pr second month, ending May
Number of days taught
Number of times tardy
Average attenda nee
The pupils who gained over five
per cent in scholarship averages
are: Mary Whitney, Wallis Mill
er, Ralph Pepin, Frank and Paul
The visitors were : P. A. Miller
and wife, M. L. Trapp and wife,
H. N. Foster and wife, Mesdames
D. Trapp, L. Pepin, I. J. Pepin,
M.T.Whitney. The Misses Jean
Robertson, Maud Whitney, Delia
I 'tA 1 TT-.t' T . . HIT .
with Lis' AraPP ana name rosier. Messrs.
Arthur Pepin, and Ralph Wilson.
M. L. Hampton, Teacher.
TT V,T m A RTISANS). River Dell Assembly
u ui'-' l,n'ted Artisans, meets on the 2nd
Fell. Ke,".dny nltht of each month in odd
ter. nR,lv'-lk cltv- Oregon. Visiting sis
JJrothers are al way; wcleome.
GoWv'Vi'E MOLN Post No. (i8, meets In
, - cifiiHN n 1 nn thn iu a n n xri Kurnr.
monih iWJi'S "a B,ia l" Thursday!
10l"n In Odd Fellows hall, at i p. hi.
c;.?.TUE LINCOLN WOMAN'S RELIEF
mep .h!'-,.49i MxlH1ary to the O. A. R.
ih ffJ5S1!l,dand4th Thursdays in each
Real Estate Traesfers.
J. J. Whitney to State
Board, sej sec 12 twp 11 range
11 w. Consideration $150.
B. F. Jones to M. F. Horning
iterest in lots 4 and 5 sec 22 twp 11
range 10 w. Consideration $100.
M. W. Simpson to R. Tassell n
w yi sec 12 two 11 range 10 w.
John L. Akin administrator ot P.
H. and H. R. Mason to A. T.
Peterson lot 3 blk 3 Hog lies ad to
Highlands and 5 acres, sec 29 twp
11 range 11 vv. Consideration $15 .
A. T. Peterson to C. E. Rice lot
3 blk 3 Hog ues to Highlands and 5
acres sec 29 twp 11 range 11 w.
Hardy McCormick to Lucinda
McCormick 102 acres in sec 27 and
34 twp 13 range 10 w. Consider
A Strictly Fikst-Class House
Under New Management.
A House for Commercial Travelers and the Public.
Board and Lodging $1 and 91.25 ver day.
Fine Hath in connectli n with house.
yiion in Corvallis,
Call and examine our line of $8.80 and
suits. They can't be beat in Ore
gon. They are made of Albany Woolen
Mills' All Wool Cassimcre. and made to
Also a complete line of BOYS' YOUTHS and
CHILDRENS CLOTHING. MENS' BOOTS &
SHOES, HATS & CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES.
Suits Made to Order.
P. L. MILLER, Corvallis, Ore.
Special attention given to mail orders.
THOSE WISHING LAND
Call and look over our list and let us show
you cheap farm or town proporty,
THOSE WISHING TO SELL
Leave their land and lots in our charge and we will
sell it if buyers appear at all.
Jack A.llphiii, Toledo.
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