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Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon. Friday, May 29. 1908.
U. S. Senator II . M. CAKE
Congressman W. C. HAWLEY
Supreme Judge R. S. BEAN
Dairy and Food' Commissioner
J. W. BAILEY
T. K. CAMPBELL
E. R. BRYSON
Joint Senator W. N. BARRETT
Joint Representative B. F. JONES
Sheriff J. II. ROSS
Clerk IRA WADE
Commissioner JOHN KENTTA
Treasurer G. B. McCLUSKEY
School Supt. R. P. GOIN
Assessor W. E. BALL
Coroner F. M. CARTER
Justice' of the Pence
M. N. ANDERSON
Constable G. L. McCAULOU.
I hereby announce myself as an
Independent candidate for the
office of Coroner of Lincoln county,
subject to the will of the voters at
the General election June 1 .
. . ' ' R. D. Burgess.
Notice to Bidders.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received on or before
June 10, 1908 by the board of School
Directors, Dist. No. 2, for furnish
ing 20 cords of hard wood, vine
maple, crabapple or cherry, and 2
eords of fir, to be delivered at the
school house before August 15, 1908.
Dated at Toledo, Oregon, this 21st
day of May 1908.
G. B. McClcskey, Clerk.
Wanted Farm Land.
Will pay cash for land near Agen
cy, lower farm, or anywhere from
mouth of Siletz river to Agency.
Also near mouth of Salmon river.
Address Ralph Ackley
03 Corbett B'ld. Portland, Or.
TO BE GIVEN AWAY.
An Edison Home Phonograph
With 30 inch Brass Horn
With 18 Inch Bell.
This grand talking machine will
lie given away, absolutely free. If
you are interested ask
at the Bonboniere Pool and Billiard
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received by the County
Court of Lincoln county, Oregon,
for, ; furnishing Lincoln county
twenty-five cords of good heating
stove hard wood and five cords . of
good fir wood, the same to be de
livered at the courthouse woodshed.
Said bids are to be opened . on the
'first day of the July 1908 term of
the County Court. The Court re
serves the right to reject any and all
Dated at Toledo, Oregon, May 12,
1908. By order of the Court.
Rake and McCormick mower,
new separator, capacity 460 lbs.
per hour, wagon, plows, etc; 1 good
work horse 1- yoke cattle, and all
kinds farming tools. Will have 10
good milch cows for sale next fall,
will be fresh in January and Febru
ary. Call at ranch near Storrs.
V( Old Sam. Logan Place.)
Bob Tronson of Siletz went to
S. J. Whitford was down from
Elk City Friday.
Ike Derrick moved his family to
Eddyville this week.
Joe Ludwig was up from Otter
Rock the first of the week.
T. H. Horning and Vinton Jones
went to Otter Rock Monday.
Mr. and Mrs G. M. McBride came
in from their homestead Tuesday.
Brother Matthews of the News
Reporter was in town Wednesday.
Miss Hattie Gillette went to Cor
vallis yesterday morning for a short
Ches Morrison of Pioneer passed
through on the train Tuesday
John Ducey and Chas Stenchfield
of Siletz were in the city Monday
Miss Faith Stewart visited Miss
Lillie Miller at Pioneer Saturday
M. P. Christianson, a timber
land locator of Albany, was in To
ledo Monday. ...
Frank and Vernon Jones returned
to their home at Independence the
first of the week.
Edwin T. Clark of the Upper
Farm was here on land business
several days last week.
Miss Ida Hurley ; who has Wen
teaching school near Harlan, came
home Tuesday evening.
George Chambers and family came
' down from their farm near Nortons
Tuesday evening for a few days'
William Kisor came down from
Portland Monday evening for a
short visit with his mother at
J. H. McNeil left Monday morn
ing for Portland, Seattle and Ta
coma. He will take in the fleet
while at Seattle.
Miss Ethel Gray came up from
Newport yesterday morning. She
will be Hello Girl during the ab
sence of Miss Gillette.
Brother Clark of the News-Reporter
was up from Newport Satur
day packing his printing machinery
for shipment to the Resort City.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hampton' of
Forest Grove visited a week among
old scenes at this place and New
port, returning home Saturday
Alfred Leask came over from
Corvallis Wednesday evening return
ing Thursday morning. Alfred
leaves the 2nd of June for his old
home in Scotland.
Fred Chambers went to Salado
Saturday morning, where he will
get busy in a chittim patch. He
will peel during the summer on
J. S. Copeland's place.
Mrs. Lottie Rosebrook returned
to her home at Portland Saturday
morning, after a two week's visit
with her parents here. She was
accompanied home by her little
sister, Helen Krogstad.
Andersen Bros, have taken their
launch out of the water and will in
stall a ten horse power engine in
her, and repaint the hull. They
expect to have her in commission
again in about ten days. The boat
will run on the lower bay and do a
general towing and passenger busi
ness. She has capacity of from
thirty to forty passengers.
Honoring Oar Soldier Dead.
The exercises for Decoration Day
will be held at the cemetery tomor
row at 2 o'clock p. m. Members
of Abe Lincoln Post and all Veter
ans, members of Woman's Relief
Corps and decorators will meet at
the cemetery at that hour. The
Ritualistic Exercises by Abe Lincoln
Post No. 68.
Decoration of Cenotaph Eleanor
Grady, Edith Ball, Viola Gan
non, Alta Waugh, .Lola Wade,
Song "Nearer My God to Thee."
Exercises by the Woman's Relief
PFroPATTrv rY GRAVES
Comrade Espy T. P. Fish, Ma
tilda Espy, Lela Bartholomew.
Comrade Conklin II. R. Sturde
vant, Inez Hooker, Lola Wade.
Comrade Thayer A. O. Hooker,
Minnie Gannon, Alta Waugh.
Comrade Hagen Jul) Arnold, Jen
nie Fish, Elma Waugh.
Comrade Winsor E. W. Powers,
Alice Waugh, Edith Ball.
Comrade Walters J. H. McNeil,
Ella Stewart, Eleanor Grady.
Comrade Folsom Amanda Burnett,
Catherine Collins, Viola Gannon.
The members of Abe Lincoln W.
R. C. will meet at Mrs. Fish's on
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock to
make wreaths, and kindly invite all
the ladies to assist them in the work.
This is the one eu.y get aside as a
National Memorial Day and all,
citizens are invited to honor the
Mrs. G. M. McBride went to
Oregon City Wednesday morning
for a short visit. Her daughter
Miss Mildred who has been attend
ing school there, will return with
Toledo's brass band is having
reaular band practice in the City
Hall, under the leadership of Aus
tin Rosebrook. The boys are tak
ing hold in good shape and we are
assured of a good band here this
E. L. King of Revelstokes, B. C,
visited last week with his uncle,
Henry Gannon, and family. Mr.
King expected to sec the fleet while
here, but failing to do so will wit
ness it at Seattle. He departed
On complaint of Superintendent
K. C. Egbert of Siletz, J. Burkel
was arrested Tuesday for selling
whiskey to three little Indian boys.
Wednesday he was arraigned before
Justice Allen of Elk City when he
plead guilty to both the charge of
violating the local option law and
selling liquor to minors. He was
fined S50 arid costs in each case,
which he paid.
Last Friday night County Clerk
Ira Wade completed the taking of
testimony in the case of the United
States vs. Lawrence Syjana, it be
ing the last one of the Government
contest cases. For three weeks Mr.
Wade has been compelled to devote
his whole time to the hearing of
these cases, there being twelve of
them in all, and ho has therefore
been compelled to, remain in his
office and refrain from making a
canvass in the interest of his can
didacy for re-election.
Bull for Sale.
. Full blood Jersey, 3K years' old.
Enquire at Leader office.
Jim Derrick went to Portland
II. W. Jacobs of Harlan was a
Toledo visitor Friday.
C. L. Knapp of Elk City was in
the city Tuesday evening.
Dennis Cusack made a business
trip to Albany Wednesday.
C. B. Crosno made the trip to
Yaquina the first of the week.
Miss Ella Ewing of Siletz was in
Toledo Tuesday and Wednesday.
Superintendent Egliert was over
from Siletz Wednesday on business.
Arthur Nye and Billy Hoeflein
enjoyed a day's fishing up the river
Valentine Thiel is up from South
Beach looking after his property in
terests here. .
Miss Esther Copeland went to
Siletz Saturday for a short visit
with her mother.
Frank Newton and Herman Chat
field went to Depot bay Friday,
returning Sunday evening.
Mrs. G. R. Schenck returned Fri
day evening from Salem where she
attended the Grand Lodge of Re
bekahs. The thirty-sixth annual reunion
of the Oregon Pioneer, association
will 1)0 held at Portland Thursday,
June 11. .
Mrs. Elmer Ellsworth returned
to her home' at Albany Monday
morning after a short visit with the
folks at home.
Mrs. Mongers went to Elk City
Friday morning for a visit. She
was accompanied by little Christina
and Edna Carlson.
The basement to C. E. ITawkin's
new residence in the southeast end
of town has leen completed, a well
dug and material is being hauled
for the foundation.
Launch whistle outfits to meet
the requirements of the law.- Oils,
waste and launch supplies of all
kinds, at Chatfield's Hardware.
Johnny Williams and Hoxie Sim
mons came over from Siletz Friday
morning. Johnny returned to The
Dalles the following morning where
he will spend the summer.
The total registration in this
county this year was 1173 as against
1057 in 1906. County Clerk Ira
Wade estimates there is at least 100
voters who did not register this
County School Superentendent
George Bethers, Joel W. Wilson,
J. M. Woods, Misses Alice Fleming
and Edith Harrison of Toledo at
tended the teachers' meeting at
Chitwood last Saturday.
Contractors , Hoeilein and Mc
Caulou completed the bridge across
the gulch at James Patterson's place
on the cemetery sidewalk last Fri
day. This makes the walk con
tinuous from town to the cemetery.
County School Superintendent
George Bethers will hold the regular
annual county teachers' institute in
Toledo, commencing Wednesday,
June 17. This will be one of the
most instructive and entertaining
institutes ever held in Lincoln
G. L. Gray of Newport was a
county seat visitor Tuesday. Mr.
and Mrs. Gray and little daughter,
Florence, will visit the Eastern
States and Canada, starting the
first of June. They wilbe in the
cast until October and possibly the
first of the year.
Socialist County Ticket. '
At their convention held in To
ledo on April the 10th t!.e Socia
list party nominated the following
county ticket :
For Sheriff. J. R. Wulker of Bea
For Clerk. Geo. S. Wright of
For Treasurer, A. W. Rogers of
For Assessor, II. W. Jacobs of
For Commissioner, II. II. Cook
of Beaver creek.
For Superintendent of Schools,
A. II. Mayluill of Fruitvale.
For Surveyor, Geo., II. Kemble
of Klk (Jity.
For Coronor, A. T. McC'laugl.rv
For Senator, J. C. Cooper of Yam
For Congress, 1st District, W. S.
Richards of Albany.
For Supreme Judge, C. C. Brix
of Crook county.
For Dairy and Food Commission
er, A. G. Simola of Multnomah Co.
For Rail Road Commissioner, 1st
Dist., Harlan Talbert of Lhm Co.
Joint Representative for .Lincoln
and Polk counties, G. F. Luckey of
Passed the Eighth Grade. "
Out of thirty five applicants, the
following were the successful, pupils
of the county passing the Eight
Grade examination : llallie G lines,
WaldiHirt; C. Justin Stovall, Elk
City; Laurena Sullivan, ' Elsie
! Williams, Newport ; Lena .Ball,
! Julia . Ilainar, Toledo. , County
! Superintendent Bethers, G. B. Mc
Cluskey, J. W. Wilson and Miss
j Edith Harrison composed the Board
At the regular meeting of the
1 Development League Tuesday cven
j ing it was voted that the League join
; the Oregon Development League.
The executive committee reported
the following cominittes appointed
i for the fourth of July celebration:
General Arrangements George
Bethers, O. O. Krogstad, Austin
j Rosebrook; Soliciting George Hall
! J. S. Akin, II, R. Fant; . Grounds
j C. B. Crosno, W. C. Copeland,
M. N. Anderson; Sports E. J.
Avery, R. II. Howell, Arthur Nye.
the League confirmed the appoint
ment of these committees
Services at St. John's Church.
Rev. F. J. Jones will conduct
services at. the, St. Johns church,
Toledo, next Sunday evening at
7:45 o'clock o'clock. ' All invited.
Good work mare, 1400 lbs., 13
years old. Will trade for work horse
or sell. Enquire at this office."
Have you town procrty, d:iry or
fruit farm for sale? . Sen or write,'
To Old Comrades.
The seventh Annual Reunion of tlie
AffOciiiUoti of VetenuiH of Firt OeKu
Cavalry mid In fun try Volunteers will
be held in conjunction w ith the Stale
KueiimpniHit of the Gratid Army of
the Republic, at Newport, Oregon, oil
.luiie i!4. iUOH.
All Comrades and their, fmnilies are
cordially invited to be ureent and par
ticipate. Comrades umiblp.to attend will please
send curd or letter to the Adjutant to
be read at the meeting.
W. M. IIili.kay, J. T. Appkbson, .