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About Lincoln County leader. (Toledo, Lincoln County, Or.) 1893-1987 | View This Issue
Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Friday, June 9, 1899.
Don't You Know
That we give more groceries
for one dollar than any other
house in the city .' If not it
will pay you to call and be
convinced. We always have
on hand fresh goods.
A Trial Order Will Satisfy You.
Next door to Postolllee.
j. A. HALL,
Special attention given to filings and final
MINNIE A. OWRAM,
Enlarges portraits in Crayon and
Pastel. Good work; reasonable
Frames famished it desired.
J. D. Daly
- .1. v. Stewart
f; P.. Davis
- J. It. Rohs
J. I. Hyde
'A. M. Derrick
r. k. Darnell
W. 11. Wakefield
cmmty commissioner's i Court meets on Wed-
uesdiiy alter the tirsl Monday in February,
April.June, August, October and-December,
.'IHCtMT COURT. I
nun. j.w.Hamiiton,:... Judge
M- Br0WI .. .l-ros. Attorney
n . .... . v. r..n.. l.i lulu urin
fourth Monday in
n January of each year. I
CITY OF TOLEDO.
n. F. Jones
It. E. Collins ,
T. V. FWh
K. If. Uanr
li. K. Ktudevant
. . Recorder
Albert Waugh, J
Council meets on the first Monday evening in
CUUItCIIES AND SOCIETIES.
ETHODIST EPISCOPAL C1I I'RCH-Servlc
Jjl es at Toledo on 1st mid 8.1 Sabbaths of
each month at 11 oclock
every Sabbath at 10 oclock.
ST. JOHNS rm'RCH-Plotestant F.plscopul
Divine service? on the 3d Sunday of every
month at 11 oclock. All are invited to be
I". 0, F. Toiedo Lodge Number
every Saturday evening at Its hB
visiting brother be abstnt.
II. Let no
I Wnriay evening in its hall
mtlng brothers always wolc
Klk Lodge Number 184 meets every
in l'.ik t uy
lcon e.. .
F. Ttav Ixid it n Nnmher 11. of Yanuina,
meets every Wedne-day evening Visiting
brothers are alwavn welcome.
10. 0. F.Newport Lodge Number 80 meets
evt-ry Saturday evening. Visiting members
are cordially luvlted to attend.
TWIMUIIT RKHKKAH lodge No. !
nieets at Odd Fellow s hall In Klk Ci
the 1st and Hd Th
month. Visiting members always welcome. ,
DO (. ton Lodge No. 70, Rebckah Degree I. 0.
' f. meets at Odd Fellows hall in this el y
in. ,'m ,T"oday evening of each week. Visitors
'nvlted to attend.
WOODMKN op TIIH WORI-D.-Pocahontas
J ump No. -Hfl Toledo, Oiegon, meets on
weicomC0,v'' haIK v1h1U"8 ''i8hbrs olwa'8
K V- A A. M. Newport Lodge No. 85, regular I
4,4 -v,iWKTi0n on Tuesday on betoreeacn iuii
oincJi00"' Vlslu"8 brothers are cordially wel-
AO. t . W. Western Star Lodge No. 73. meets
meets In odd Fellows hall. Yaquina. on 1st
w.S'"1 3(1 evenings in each month. Visiting
"others are always welcome.
TTN'ITKD amttoa vu di, noil i.umhlv
U JJo yJl United Artisans, meets on the '2nd,
F.n'nyniKhtgofeach month in odd 1
'eilnw,hal, Elk t;ity, Oregon. Visiting sis-
and brothers are alwayn welcome.
fiAr:,,, .1 ' !
U ad Fellows hall on the 1st and 8d Hatur-
. - v-.tirnq llfll Kill
aytof each month.
WS'BE.UNcoLN 'woman's RELIEF.
il "i'iho, 4, auxilliftry to the (j. a. k.
jS OF INTEREST TO J
, Mrs. Brumfield moved the last of
the week into the Nate Stevens
Rev. I. Dawson visited Chit wood
and Elk City people Saturday and
reported a pleasant day.
Mrs. S. E. Russell came from
Yaquina Tuesday to transact busi
ness in the probate court.
Simeon Schmeer, a well known
Portland traveling man and cousin
of our landlord, spent Monday in
Our druggist, Otto Krogstad,
now resides in the Rectory by St.
Johns church, having vacated the
'frapp residence last week.
Altree Bro's shipped their first
car of live cedar lumber to Eugene
Monday. As soon as roads become
passable these shipments will be of
Yaquina's furniture dealer, J. N.
Stark, was a business visitor Tues
day business visitor. He tells a
bad story on Hurley while at Salem
but we won't repeat it.
The Myrtle Point Enterprise tells
of an accident to Warren Deyoe, in
which he was shot in the forearm
and will lose two fingers and part
of the use of his left arm.
, B. F. Grant, one of the most
prosperous stock raisers on the up-
per waters of Elk river, was m out
.. m j . . T
city Tuesday pyinsr his taxes.. H
Came by way of Drift creek and -re
turned the same day.
Messrs. Geo. Brown and Ale,.
Catfijm of Sjletz wilh their fami.
ies, departed Saturday morning for !
Chemawa to visit friends
may move to Portland to live if
work is obtained there.
. Sunday's excursion was about
the size of the first one each year.
Saturday's weather promised a good
day Sunday but a heavy fog hung
over the landscape when the excur
sion train arrived. Very few of
our citizens went.
Mrs. Will Ford and Bob started
for their new home near Dallas
Saturday morning. She leaves a
large circle friends in this place.
Thus people change about, seldom
bettering their condition, and ever
leaving the old friends and places
for the new. . May success follow
them wherever they go.
C. E. Loomis. government . land
inspector, arrived Monday night to
look after the unlawful gathering
of chittim bark from trees on gov
ernment land. His arrival caused
quite a commotion and a great deal
of talk of the harmless kind, here
but Mr. Loorais and his department
did not cease work.
C; E.' Hawkins and' Old. Man
Leader went to Chitwood Satur
day to angle for the . festive trout
Ouite a number were led
ing the day
The water was cold,
' but each wore gum boots and did
not get wet until they fell down.
gs s p! but 'twas hard
to breathe properly, and Hawkins
almost burst before he stopped
drawing in his breath.
J. W. Flowers of Newport, who
1oft liprp last fall to co to Klondike
. . . cnA Viimcplf
gold fields, but later tound Bimen
f r . :,.Kf.pnf1 rp.
in the Stale Of Maine, instead, re-
turned home Saturday. He has
V,een nuile Seriously ill all Winter,
I many times longing for the mild
- . . .. .
. crtmwhat salubrious climate
. "v . ,
Webfoot." That mining
claim on the head waters of Bonan
za creek is still waiting his happy
coming by and bye.
Mark Savage, the piano man, de
parted for Salem Saturday. While
in our little city he has sold two
pianos and two organs. Dr. R. E.
Darnell and J. L. Hyde purchased
a Ludvvig each, and Austin Altree
an organ. It is a good indication
to see our citizens desire to make
better and more pleasant their
homes. Bad citizens seldom come
from happy home firesides. Our
town is better for having these in
struments in it.
One man on Sunday's excursion
brought a bottle with him what?
Yes he did, too. And he was go
ing to take it home with him too,
but at Yaquina, his feet slipped and
he struck on the spot that always
strikes first when you sit down that
quick, and the bottle broke and cut
a great slice of choice ham almost
off of him and mixed glass and the
whisky and blood with it till the
ham wasn't any good, and he had
to go back to Newport to have Dr.
Warren stop the flow of blood.
Altree. To the wife of J. Clar
ence Altree, Wednesdy, May 29,
a son of well, Doc says it just
tipped the beam at 49 pounds.
At last reports Clarence was bet
ter and the same could be said of
This has an usually busy week
I in the way of entertainments, Mon
day evening being the only one not
having some entertainment in store
for the entertainment-loving citi
zens of the town. . They present,
too, every evening, never tiring of
seeing something new.
Friday night a . packed house
gatherad to enjoy the
Of the graduating class of our
school, consisting of the following
members. Misses Mamie Wake
field, Myrtle Foster, Loma Ewing,
Berta Hobart, Messrs. Leland Col
lins, A. L. Ewing, Eiurey Bridg
ham and Ira Reeder.
The entire class presented good ,
earnest effort, all of which deserves
special comment,, but space pre
vents.'. But the "Class History,"
by Collins, was well received be
cause of its humorous style, neces
sary to break the monotony, where
each person to appear endeavors to j
show by sober thought and words
that has worked, is deserving of
Miss Wakefield's valedictory was
excellent, the best number of the
evening. Good music was ren
dered and the addresses to ihe class
by Rev. Dawson and Sup't Bethers
were well chosen.
During the valedictory the mem
bers of the class and their highly
esteemed tutor, Prof.R. F. Holm,
seemed for the first time to realize
that the time for farewells wa at
hand, and how much it really
meant to them; how much of every
day life would be lacking on the
morrow, when no school bell would
assemble them together for labor,
and that, even then, animated faces
bad already vanished from the old
school grounds as students forever,
to be met with only on infrequent
occasions and entirely different cir
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 b?.ve ?.luo direct from sstcrn factories a bran new
and nicely selected stock of Spring and Summer shoes an 1
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. 1 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.
A Strictly First-Class House
: Under New Management.
A House for Commercial Travelers and the Public.
Board and Lodging $1 and f 1.25 per day. .
Fine Bath in connectkn with house.
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SOME LEADING FEATURES
Strictly Visible Writing,
THE WILLIAMS TYPEWRITER CO.
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Expense of maintaining, com
Prints like a Press.
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No ribbon machine can approach
Xo Lifting of Carriage.