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TOLEDO, LINCOLN COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 1,1910.
A. J. Bunch was up from Ten
Miss Ona Glines has returned
William Jorgensen returned from
a tiip to the Valley last Saturday.
Miss Annabell Smith is visiting
at the home of J. H. Glines.
'Squire Farrer paid Waldport a
visit last week and commented fav
orably on the improvements made
since his lust visit.
W. T. Zehner who is in the laun
dry business at Portland has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Mon-
Ray Barclay of Tidewater cut his
hand with a saw and had to have
Dr. Linton dress the wound.
J. W. Weidman came to town
the 22nd to meet his daughter Lucy
who returned from Toledo.-
A. E. Pollexfon has been selling
town lots in Jovita Heights proper
ty near Seattle and we understand
several Waldport people have inves
ted. E. E. Evyrson is again on the
streets after an illness of seven
weeks during which time he never
left his bed.
The Whist Club has adjourned
till October as the attendance is not
large during the pleasant weather.
Mrs. William Wann returned last
week from a visit with relatives on
The Misses Flemming of Bayview
were Waldport visitors on the 21th.
Born, June 25, 1910, to Mr. and
Mrs. Kullo; a baby daughter.
Miss Umphreys and Mrs. Paul
visited the Sunday school last Sun
day. Messrs. Nye, Chaffin and Mustoe
passed through Bay View on their
way to Toledo last Monday.
Ole Olson drove out to Toledo
wilh a beef Monday, returning
home on Tuesday.
John and Christian Olson made a
trip to Toledo last week .
Mr. Kello is hauling the cream
to Yaquina now.
Mrs. Kirkland and son Floyd
made a trip to Newport last Fri
day. Lawrence Hendrickson has been
quite ill but is better now.
Mr. Hill of Ona was in Bay
Miss Lucy Weidman has returned
from Toledo where she was employ
ed during the past several months.
Several cruisers of the A. C
Smith Lumber Company are look
ing over the timber situation at this
Silas Howell went to Waldport
the 24th and Henry Bohell drove in
the same day.
The lower Yachats school will
close this week. Miss Mary Mur
phcy has been in charge.
The new grader which is being
used on the Yachats road will be of
great assistance in getting the road
in proper shape.
Campers are already beginning to
come in and already there have
been several outfits at the mouth of
Some of Dr, Cathey's people from ,
-News of each Community. -Gathered each
week by Our Hustling Associate Editors
Corvallis were in for a few days but.
have returned home.
After July 1st the beach route
south of the Ocean View post office
will be discontinued. This was
done on the recommendation of the
Waldport postmaster who recom
mended the change last winter.
Emil Ruprecht spent Sunday with
his brother, who is""a homesteader
Mrs. George Cox was down from
her homestead home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Raddant, accom
panied by Misses Amy and Myrtle
Carlcn spent Sunday at Newport.
Mrs. Wm. Porter and children
were Toledo callers Tuesday.
Dr. Clusius and Mr. Frachtenberg
called at the Raddant ranch and
other points Saturday. The latter,
whose former residence was New
York, will study the Indian lan
guage during his sojourn in this
Joe Bryant of Nortons is spending
his time in this vicinity busily
stripping the sheep of their winter
Warren Hall was in our neighbor
Several of our neighbors are cut
ting hay now. The grass hay is
light but the grain hay is very
heavy this season. " . .
Miss Ethel Kawetzsky of some
place is visiting in this neighbor
hood. The Daniel bojs have quit log
ging. They have three fine well
broke yoke of cattle for sale.
J. Calkins of Drift Creek went to
Elk City Sunday to visit friends
and see the ball game. He was ac
companied by his family.
The Salado bal' team -played Lit
tle Elk at Elk City Sunday the
score being 3 to 5 in favor of Little
Elk. C. H. Van Orden umpired
Salado will play Harlan next Sun
day. Clifford McDonald of Harlan who
was badly hurt by a tree hitting
him in the face, is getting along
fine although he is shy several teeth
Our Simpson Creek school meet
ing passed off quietly, only four
voters being present the three di
rectors and clerk so of course the
out going officers succeeded them
selves. We wonder why there is so
little attention paid to such im
portant matters. It reminds us of
the old poem, "There is only one
lifter to twenty who lean."
R. R. Wilson and family have
returned to their homestead from
the Alsea, where they have been for
two or three weeks.
Prof. R. L. Wildman expects to
go to the Valley this week to har
vest their crop in the Nehaleni Val
The outlook is good for a bumper
crop of hay this season, and every
body is making ready to take care
where the steamer J. Marhoffer was
wrecked. They think they can put
it on the edger in their sawmill.
A grand time is expected the
Fourth at the mouth of Siletz river.
All come and celebrate.
The blasting is going on at a
a great rate on the road from Drift
river to the Siletz, under the super
vision of Anion Bones.
C. F. Hall has gone out to Mc
Minnville to consult a physician.
Walter Bones and family have
gona to the Valley. Mrs. Bones
and Nellie will remain in the Val
ley visiting until Walter returns
from Canada, where they will move
if Walter thinks the country all
Mr. and Mrs. Cary Gilson are in
visiting Mrs. Gilson's parents, Mr;
and Mrs. J. W. Bones.
Chesley Bones and family have
gone to the Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Butterfield
are visiting at Mr. Stone's.
Mr. and Mrs. Jalde Johnson re
turned home from the Agency after
an extended visit with friends.
They report a good time.
C. S. Parmele will go to Willa
niina this week after Fourth of July
Word came here a few days ago
of Sam Elmore's death. He was
killed while riding in his auto,
which" was struck by a trolly car.
lie and a lady . friend were killed
instantly. ' -' ' . .
Moving picture show every night
except Monday night.
Toledo Racket for first class goods
and lowest prices on feeds, groceries
and notions. Come and see.
Bids for Wood.
Sealedvbitls will be received for
furnishing thirty (30) cords of
large growth hard wrol. Wood to
be delivered on or before August
1.1, 1910, nt schoolhouse in Toledo,
Oregon. Bids will be received at
my office up to 12 o'clock July 10,
1010. C. B. Ckosno
Clerk Dist. No. 2, Lincoln Co., Or,
G. S. Parmele & Sons fished a
small engine out of the ocean near
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Unit Ollico, Portland, Oregon,
June Jiith. 1910.
Notice Id hereby given thnt Sarah U. Young,
of Siletz, Oregon, who, on November 2nd,
19(, made homestead, 'application Serial No.
0014, tor J.ots, 1, i, 8, and 4, section 5,
Township 9 south, Kauge 10 west, Willamette
Meridian, has tiled notice of intention toninke
linal commutation proof to establish claim
to the land above doscrihed, before the County
Clerk of Lincoln County, Oregon, at Tidedo,
Oregon, on the 9th duy of August, l'JIO.
Claimant names as wrltnosses:
Arthur C. Crawford and William H. Olln of
SilutK, Oregon; Kdni.i B. Wood of Salem, Ore
gon and Oeorge M. Mellrlde of Portland. Ore.
(Has. 11. Mkiikick, Itegister.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
administrator of the estate of lirntvn Arilen,
deceased, has Hied with the County CUirk of
Lincoln county bU llnal account, and the
County Court sitilng for the transaction ol
probate business, has set Monday, August 1st,
1910, at 10 o'clock a. m. thereof, at the County
Courtroom of (aid county as the time and
plme fot settling sutd account and heurlngob
jectlons thereto, if any fx 1st. And notice in
hereby fjiven that at said time and placo any
and all objections to said account, If any exist
will be heard and passed np.m by said Court
K. W. Carbon.
Administrator of the estuto of Brown Arden,
Dated at Toledo, Oregon. June 28. 1910.
NOTICE OF FIN AL. SETTLEMENT.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned,
idminlstratorof the. estate of Harold Hand
Uroin, deceased, turn tiled in the County Court
f Lincoln comity, State of Oregon, hi final
iccouut as such administrator of aaid estate,
tnd that .Monday the 1st day of August, 1910.
-it the hour of 10 e'clock a. in. baa been fixed
y said Court as the time for hearing of ob
lections to said report, and the settlement
hereof. C. K. Uawki nh,
Administrator of tho nslttto of Harold Saul
Dated, Tulvdo, Oregon, June 281 h, 1910.
Coll Van Cleve i3 Dead.
of his new confectionery store and
paper man of Oregon and Yaquina
Bay, died in Portland last Friday,
aged 77 years. Mr. Van Cleve had
been in poor health for the past
several years, due to old age. He
made his home with his son, Ralph
Van Cleve, the merchant in this
city until a few months ago win n
he went to Portland to reside with
Mr. Van Cleve spent an energetic
life, and in addition to publishing
some of the more important news
papers of the pioneer days, he held
responsible political positions. He
was one of the first mayors of Al
bany ar.d was collector of customs
at Yaquina. He was born at
Lebanon, Illinois, and when 18
years old he established a news
paper at Springfield, that state.
At the outbreak of the Civil War
he was made captain of Company
F of the Ninth Illinois Volunteer
infantry. Soon after leaving the
military service in the early 'GOs,
Mr. Van Cleve came to Oregon and
went to work on The Dalles Moun
tiineer, later he worked on the
Oregonian in Portland. He was
for years editor of the Albany Reg
ister. For many years he published
the Yaquina Post a. Yaquina and
aliout 1890 he moved the paper to
Toledo and published it until about
eight years ago when he sold the
plant and business to C. F. Soule,
then publisher of the Leaduu
The "following children" survive
him: Ralph S. Van Cleve of To
ledo; Fred, Jay and Archie Van
Cleve of Portland; Mrs. Floyd A
Williams ot . independence niu
Merle Van Cleve of Salt Lake City
Fred Taylor left for the state of
Washington, "Mont" a
Lee Williams was up from New
Lester Andreas left Tuesday for
Maishal Turnidgo is cleaning up
Hill street this week.
H. 15. Peterson the jevler return
ed from the Valley Monday.
II. Lutey returned Saturday even
ing from a trip to California.
Miss Blanch Jeffreys went to
Portland the first of the week.
I am never undersold hy any
competitor. R. S. Van Cleve.
Chas. Hyde left yesterday morn
ing on a trip to the Upper Siletz.
The price of flour hits dropped,
call and see. R. S. Van (Jove.
Chas. McDonald returned home
Monday evening from a business
trip to Dallas.
My price on fruit jars, flour, feed
and coal oil is the lowest.
R. S. Van Cleve.
Bonds for Sale.
Notice is hereby given that I will
offer for sale and will sell to the
higest bidder the following bonds;
School District No. 2, ten $ 1000
bonds, payable in 20 years, optional
after 10 years.
Dated July 1, 1910.
G. B. McCluskey,
Mare anil colt, weight about 1100
pounds, age 8, extraordinary good
colt, mare is in good condition and
is a good honeet all around mare.
Spring colt. Call at Fir & Spruce
Lumber Company's boiler room
for F. R. Weaver.
M Wangii hud a formal opening
ice crej.ni parlor Wednesday even
ing. This Palace of Sweets" a
he has named the place, is adjoining
his Smokehouse, in the new Ofste
dahl building. He will add a short
order kitchen in the rear of the
new store soon. The Palace of
Sweets is fitted up with the finest
and latest furniture and equipment,
it is large ami commodious, bril
liantly lighted, and is a cozy, com
fortable place to spend an hour, day
or evening c will keep ice cretin,
candies, fresh fruits, etc. It is
without question one of the nicest
places of the kind to be found in
any town of Toledo's size on tin
coast. On opening evening Mr.
Waugh furnished music to his pat
rons, supplied by the largo Ambrola
of theToletio Drug Company, cherry
ice cream, especially prepared for
tius occasion, was served.
CO. North the liveryman in
forms us that he has contracted
with the Fir it Spruce Lumber Com
pany to handle all then-slab, edging
and block wood. This insures the
people of Toledo a ready supply of
wood this year at a reduced price as
he is selling this wood 'at 1 pet
con! plus delivery charges. When
seasoned this makes the finest kind
of wood for cooking purposes.
Willi am Curtis of Tidewater was
in town yesterday making proof on
his homestead before County Clerk
Ira Wade. Messrs. Chance and
Hides" were' TiisVitifesscs; """These
gentlemen came to the county seat
hy way of Philomath.
Johnny Peterson, who has been
visiting the home folks the past
few days, went to Newport last
evening and will take charge of the
telegraph station at that place.
Mr. March and son, Chester,
went to the Valley Tuesday morn
ing. Mr. March has not decided
as yet just where he w ill locate.
Mrs. R, B. Stowards returned
Saturday evening from Brownsville
where i-he had been attending tho
Pioneer's Annual Picnic.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross McElwain of
rnkster, North Dakota, arrived
Wednesday evening for a short visit
with relatives and friends.
Assessor W. E. Ball has been
assessing at Yaqiiina and Newport
this last week, lie returned home
The tent photographers who were
located on Hill street, pulled up
slakes and moved to Newport this
Dr. R. D. Burgess took engineer
I'olhemus to Newport yesterday
afternoon with his launch Ferro.
Z. M. Derrick and family re
turned home from a visit at Wood-
burn Monday evening.
Change of progiani tonight and
Sunday night at moving picture
Dr. Carter of Newport visited the
'ionccr Picnic at Brownsville last
Joe Graham came over from
Kings Valley on tho excursion Sunday.
Mrs. G. L. McCaulou was over
from Siletz several days this week.
Commissioner Fogarty came un
from Newport this morning.
Mis. F. J. McElwain returned
from Portland last evening.
Friday nights, children under 12,
5 cents at picture show, ' '