inmln gender. Volume VII. Don't You Know That we give more groceries for one dollar than any other house in the city If If not it will pay you to call, and be convinced. We always have on hand fresh goods. A FULL LINE OF Groceries, Dry Goods, Foot Wear. V A Trial Order Will Satisfy You. HENRY LEWIS, Next door to PoBtoffice. J. A. HALL, Land Commissioner, TOT.KnO, ORRftON. Special attention given to filings and final proofs. f-Correspondence solicited. MINNIE A. OWIl AM, Portrait Artist. Enlarges portraits in Crayon and Pastel. Good work; reasonable prices. Frames furnished if desired. TOLEDO, OREGON. DIRECTORY. LINCOLN COUNTY. loint Senator Joint Representative, County Judge Olerk ... Sheriff Treasurer School Superintendent Surveyor Assessor Coroner J. D. Daly G. E. Davis . 1. F. Stewart Hurley Luts J. H. Rons J. L. Hyde Geo. Bethers Z. M. Derrick F. M. Wadsworth R. E. Darnell W. R. Wakefield F. A. Godwin Commissioners J Countv Commissioners Court meets on Wed nesday after the first Monday in February, April, June, AugUBt, October and December. CIRCUIT COURT. Hon. J. W.Hamilton, Judge ieo. M. Brown Pros. Attorney Court convenes on 4th Monday in July and fourth Monday in January of each year. CITY OF TOLEDO. 8. F. Jones '. Mayor R.E. Collins Recorder Thos. Horning Marshal T. P. Fish Treasurer E.F.Gaar l li. R. Studevant I lo"-:::;;:;;;:;::::;;:::: Awermen Kred Stanton I Albert Waugh J Council meets on the first Monday evening In ch month. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 8errie es at Toledo on 1st and 3d Sabbaths of each month at lloclock. Sabbath school every Sabbath at 10 oclock. ST JOHNS CHURCH-Piotestant Episcopal Divine service on the 8d Sunday of every month at 11 oclock. All are invited to be pre Bent. 10. 0, F. Toledo Lodge Number 108, meets every Saturday evening at its hall. Let no visiting brother be absent. 10. 0. F. Elk Lodge Number 184 meets every Saturday evening In its hall In Elk City Visiting brothers always welcome. 10. 0. F.-Bay Lodge Number 116, of Yaqulna, meets every Wednesday evening Visiting brothers are always welcome. 10. 0. F. Newport Lodge Number 89 meets every Saturday evening. Visiting members are cordially Invited to attend. TWILIGHT REBEKAH Lodge No. 90 meets meets at Odd Fellows hall In Elk City on y? 'I1 a"d 8d Thursday evenings of each month. Visiting members always welcome. DO GOOD Lodge No. 70, Rebekah Degree, I. O. O. t. meets at Odd Fellows hail in this cl.y iniV n.Tueday evening of each week. Visitors invited to attend. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.-Pocahontas tamp No. 299, Toledo, Oiegon, meets on (mav f,an(18d Fridays of each month In the welcom hal1, v",u,nB' neighbors always A"- & A. M. Newport Lodge No. 85, regular convocation on Tuesday on before each full visiting brothers are cordially wel- AO. U. W.-Western Star Lodge No. 73. meets meets in Odd Fellows hall, Yaqulna, on 1st hrnivl M evenings in each mouth. Visiting Brothers are always welcome. UNITED A RTI8ANS. River Dell Assembly "o. 92, United Artisans, meets on the 2nd Faii ednesday nights of each month In Odd tar..!!5haU' felk UK. Oregon. Visiting sis " n brothers are always welcome. QAfJ;'A.BE LINCOLN Post No. 68, meets In dd Fellows hall on the 1st and 8d Satur ays of each month. OF .INTEREST TO EVERYBODY. Sam'l Center was over from the Agency Saturday. Claud Branton, murderer, used neither tobacco, liquor or profane language. The Polk Observer is now a 6-col folio well filled with good news and pushing ideas. Long may it wave! Mr. Conroy, of the I. X. L. store, lately removed to Toledo, left with his family for that place Wednes day. Albany Herald. Clifton Morgan Butler, a student of Albany college departed Wednes day for West Point, having received the appointment to that school. A slight earthquake shook things up at Tillamook Saturday. Two houses were moved ten feet and the ground was torn open for 200 yards. All the great European powers are anxious to do honors to Admir al Dewey on his way through the Mediteranean. All people are ready to applaud genuine greatness. Mr. Deyoe and Mr. Kettler visit ed the Mountain Daisy last week, and started out thence afoot, each with a pack on his back, lo search for a golden daisy of their own. Myrtle Point Enterprise. Commissioner Hermann, of the general land office, has transmitted a statement of accounts between the Uuited States and the state of Oregon, giving to the latter $1476, being 5 per cent of the net proceeds of government public land sales in Oregon in 1898. The Corvallis city election Mon day resulted in the election of the following officers: Mayor, Captain Crawford; chief of police, James Flett; treasurer, Wm. McLagan; councilmen, H. W. Hall, LeeKen kle, J. M. Nolan, James Smith; police judge, E. P. Greffoz. R. Rowin of Ona, was in town Wednesday before the examiniog board making application for a pen sion. He reports the socialist colo ny at Ona as moving along nicely. Tbey are not thoroughly organized as yet.but intend to model after the Alturist plan. Three families are now on the Thos. Coombs place and more will soon be gathered in. Mutual help and protection is the object of the colony. Harry Denlinger departed for In dependence Wednesday morning to enter a new field of labor in his chosen profession. He will prob ably remain inthat place perminent ly, altho he intends viewing East ern Oregon towns before doing so. He has some business to finish in the July term in this county, so we shall see him again before many moons. Harry began practice in this place and has sncceeded fully as well as other young Attorneys. May he succeed. J Mr. Willard Davis, one of the 2nd Oregon boys who has been among 'em at Manila, arrived in our city Tuesday evening to visit Messrs. Wes. Maple, John Needham and Mrs. Stonewall Wells, who are all old friends. He left Manila March 10, because of serious illness" At San Francisco he was sent to the hospital until sufficiently improved to continue his homeward journey. He shows the effects of his sickness plainly, but is improving now that Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Friday, May I9, 1899. Harvy Leonard, alias Miller, our miner of last fall's excitement, was sentenced to 7 years in the peniten tiary at Salem by Judge Geo. Bur nett, for attacking his jailor recent ly when Magers attempted to es cape. The pen is his proper home. The State Board of Horticulture has very kindly forwarded to The Leader office for publication a cir cular letter to fruit growers. It is to the effect that damage done by last winter's freeze is more serious than was supposed in the middle Willamette Valley aud Eastern Or egon, and that the damage is be coming more apparent every day. , As our fruit growers report no dam age to their orchards, it is needless for The Leader to publish the ar ticle. Disease of San Jose Scale. The Oregon Experiment Station has succeeded in destroying the San Jose Scale by Inoculating it with a fungus disease. Pure cul tures of this fungus will be prepared and so far as possible will be fur nished free of charge' to those fruit growers who wish to test this method of destroying the scale. Full directions for carrying on the work will be sent out with each sample of the disease. Applications for the materials should be made to the Oregon Experiment Scation, Corvallis, Oregon. Advantages of Rolling. Upon the surface of land sown in the spring an incrustation is fre quently formed, due to the heavy rains subsequent to sowing. If this crust is permitted to remain the crop will suffer in two ways; first, from insufficient moisture, owing to the excessive loss through surface evaporation; second, from imperfect aeration of its roots. Rolling the land will obviate this in cereal crops and materially increase the yield Grain will not be injured by the roller, even if it is several inches high, provided it has not commenced to joint. . Memorial day. Memorial set vices will be held in Toledo on May 30. A decorating committee from the G. A. R. will proceed to the ceme tery, leaving head quarters at 8 o'clock a. m., and will remember our departed by strewing flowers over their last resting places. Afternoon services will commence at 12:30. Column will form in front of head quarters and march to the court house where will be ren dered the following PROGRAMME: Opening Song Quartette, Memorial Service W. R. C. Recitation Miss Bessie Collison, Song Rosebrooks Orchestra, Memorial Address Hon. Geo. C. Brownell, Song Quartette. State Senator Geo. C. Browneil is one of the most eloquent speak ers in the state of Oregon and all old comrades and citizens from all over the county are invited to be present on this day. The schools of Toledo are invited to be present and join in the march with us from head quarters to the court house. Abe Sinclair Post and Womans Relief Corps are requested to meet at bead quarters on Memorial Sun day at 10:30 o'clock and proceed to the M. E. Church to attend Mem Smile Producers Is but the phrase to apply to our new stock of Spring and Summer Suitings just received from Chicago. It is up-to-date in styleand qualities were never better than now since the world began. We also have a large stock of Pants and these, too, are PURE CREAM AT BUTTER MILK PRICES. A DREAM IN LEATHER. We have also, direct from Eastern factories, a bran new and nicely selected stock of Spring and Summer shoes and 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 aud stylish as any man in the world 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. Y. B.M.Co. TOLEDO HOTEL, o A Strictly First-Class House Under New Management. -- A House for Commercial Travelers and the Public. Board and Lodging 1 and $1.25 per day. Fine Bath in connectli. u with house. ED SCHMEER, $8.80 hen in Call and examine our line of $8.80 and $9.90 suits. They can't be beat in Ore gon. They are made of Albany Woolen Mills' All Wool Cassimcre. and made to wear. Also a complete line of BOYS YOUTHS' and CHILDRENS" CLOTHING. MENS' BOOTS & SHOES, .HATS & CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES. Suits Made to Order. F. L. MILLER, Corvallis, Ore. Special attention given to mail orders. 8.80. f JACK ALLPHIN, Land Agent, THOSE WISHING LAND Call and 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. J" ack .Allphin, Toledo. Number 11. Proprietor. $9.90, Corvallis, look over our list and let us show 9.90 Wn0BS aga breathes the ozone of Old ?&?&t?&fStt 10 MCh Webfoot atmosphere. I ja iai wuiJuajr stivivt Committee.