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TOLEDO, LINCOLN COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1911
COUNTY NEWS JtSSSOSSL?
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A C. Miller of Wren is visiting
his son, Curtis, who is looking after
Mr Millers Drift creek ranch.
0. W. Peterson, manager of the
Waldport Lumber Company's office
and yard at Newport, has been with
us the past week.
The Condor .came in Sunday
evening ' over a very rough, bar.
Warren Daugherty acted a captain.
The Patsy left the 15 th, taking a
cargo of salmon from the Elmore
W. L. Bathurst and Harvey Lin
ton drove over from the Willamette
valley arriving Saturday.
Messrs. St. John and Calvert
have purchased lots near the public
school and are building home3.
Dr. J. B. Olmsted has been with
us the past week, having come over
from Seattle on business.
The salmon run has been heavy
of late and the fishermens checks
are growng quite rapidly.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H Crabtree left
for Eugene Wednesday, whre they
formerly lived: Mr. Crabtree has
been employed as engineer, on one
of the big donkey engines since
their arrival in camp about two
Mrs. lett is very ill with pneu
monia and has had the doctor sev
eral .times during the week.
Mrs Joe Welter came home last
Tuesday but left her infant daugh
ter with her mother for a few
weeks, as the little one is not very
Frank Crabtree was a Sunday
visitor with his brother and family
. Leslie Walter left camp for his
home in Eugene on Monday.
Grouse are quite plentiful now,
and several of the boys have bagged
some of this very delectable game
in the last few days
The pupils of our public school
are enjoying a vacation this week.
It is due to the teachers' institute
being held at Dallas, which Miss
Hampton, our teacher, is attending.
Fred Wittenstrcm left here on
Tuesday for a trip to Courtland,
Kansas, where he will spend the
Winter with relatives.
Charles Hardesty is again at home
on his homestead. He has been
working in Corvallis for some tiire.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Schmidt have
returned from a trip to Portland
and other Valley points.
R. H. Plank and W. J. Southwell
are at Siletz housing the road ma
chinery for the Winter.
Arthur Wigle has returned home
and the other boys and C. A. Bab
cock are expected this week from
L. C. Mowery's read camp down
the Siletz river, where they have
It 'is reported that R. C. Burnett
w ill bring home a bride in the near
I have a lot of best standard
variety apple trees at my nursery
near Woodburn for sale cheap.
Write or see me at New Oddfellow
building, Toledo, Oregon.
0. E. Rache.
Smsmiaurj oiF Assessment Roll of Luaccla Couaaaty, Oiregosi
for Ac Year 1911
Acres of land, 40(1,037
Improvements on land
Improvement on torn
Improvement on government leased lands.
Itoais and machinery
Money, noieaund accounts ,
Shares of Block, 110
Cattle. 521 1 t.
Sheep and if oats, 10,06(5
Norman L. Hayes was over from
Joseh Blower of Mill Four is re
ported on the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. Tellef Tellefson
were up from Yaquina Monday .
0. R. Altree returned Tuseday
evening from a trip to Portland.
Come get your share of dishes
being given away at the Racket.
Chad Corgan left Tuesday morn
ing for his homestead on the Santi
am. John Folmsbee of Elk City had
tuiiness in Toledo yesterday after
noon. Doc Dalaba of Elk City was a
Toledo- visitor Wednesday after
noon. Dr. and Mrs. Adams, the New
port dentists, have moved to Port
land for the Winter.
John Olson, after a few days
visit with friends here left 'Tues
day morninng for Portland.
S. G. Irvin passed through on
the train Saturday evening enroute
from the Valley to Newport.
Mrs. Job Arnold returned Wed
nesday evening from Eugene, where
she has been visiting relatives.
J. W. Weidman of Ocean View
was transacting business in the
county seat the first of the week.
Donald Stewart came over from
Corvallis Sunday for a visit at
home, returning to college in the
A. D. Perkins departed Wednes
day morning for Montesano, Wash
ington, where he will visit with his
At the special meeting of the
Toledo grange last Monday after
noon several new members were
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hamaker's
son and daughter, who have been
visiting here, departed Monday
morning for their homes.
Charles H. Bradshaw and Charles
H. Hemstreet are in the city today
making proof on their homesteads
before County Clerk Howell.
D. L. Cusack retunred Saturday
evening from the state of Washing
ton, where he has been taking
treatment at the hut springs.
C. L. Green has purchased the
Lee Wade property in the south part
of town and is moving m today.
Mr. and Mrs. Wade and family ex
pect to make their home in Albany
in the near future.
Dr. Minthorn left on the 10th
and will take a post graduate
course in chronic diseases at a medi
cal college and hospital in Southern
California. Mrs. Minthorn accom
panied him. Dr. Gertrude Min
thorn, his daughter, will attend to
his business in his absence.
E. BALL, Assessor.
Mrs. C. W. Harding visited at
Summit ovei Sunday.
W. C. Bingham is now in charge
of the electric light plant.
Mrs. G. C. Walker was a Valley
ward passenger Tuesday morning.
Herbert Hanson came over from
Portland Tuesday for a visit with
Maurice Anderson, who is engi
neer on the schooner Patsy, was in
Toledo a few hours Tuesday after
noon. Mr. and Mrs. L. Rasmussen left
Tuesday morning for Portland,
where they will make their home
.... Paul Tf-iid aj'ivrd from Laramie,
Wyoming, Wednesday eveining and
will visit with relatives in this vi
cinity, and may remain permanently
and work at his trade, that of car
penter. It is expected that water will be
turned into the mains tomorrow
from the new Mill Creek system.
This wlil mark another epoch in
the growth and history of Toledo.
Toledo may well be proud of. its
water as it will be pure mountain
water, equal to the water used by
any town or city in the state.
Sam Center has been laid up this
week owing to a rnixup with a
runaway last Thursday. Mr. Cen
ter was on his way home from town
and as he was crossing the road
near George Hoefiein's a drunken
Indian came driving down the hill,
running his horses as fast as they
could go, Mr. Center did not hear
the team until they were right upon
him and it was too late to get out
of the way, and so was knocked
down and the team and wagon
passed over him. Fortunately no
bones were broken but he was
bruised up pretty fierce. We do
not know who the Indian was but
he should certainly be punished.
Montana is getting in line with
other Pacific Northwest states for
development. Billings, a city of
less than 11,000 people, raised
$17,760 atone meeting for publicity
work during the past week. The
Oregon system is spreading and this
state should not fall behind others
in the good work.
Portland boys will engage in an
other poultry-keeping contest this
winter, under the direction of the
local Y. M. C. A. The competition
will be started November 1 and run
until February 29. Records will be
kept of eggs produced and method
of housing, feeding and caring for
the fowcls will bo told by the
young poultrymen in essays. Frof.
James Drydcn, head of the Depart
ment of Poultry Husbandry at the
Oregon Agricultural College, will
judge the work of the contestants
and award prizes.
4 .9.' a
Sarurday, November 4th, there
will be held a local institute at
Nashville. Nashville is not the
largest city in the state, but it has
a better location for a local institute
i than any of the other stations on
ine railroad in thi3 county, ihe
Newport, Toledo and
other districts along
the line can
go there, spend five or six hours,
and return to their homes or schools
' the same day.
There are at least
thity teachers who are
ing that can attend, so we will be
sure to have large attendance of
those who are now at work in the
i school room, but this meeting is not
I for the teachers alone, it is for 'the
school officers, parents and friends
to the public school.
Come, you are invited and bring
your friend. R. P. Goin,
County School Superintendent.
Captain Jacobson and crw of
the steamer Newport came up from
Newport this morning to take the
vessel back to the lower bay. The
boat has been here since the acci
dent in breaking her shaft a week
ago, ana nas Deen completely re
paired by the Modern Improvement
ROW BOAT FOR SALE.
; It loot clouble-cnder, been use
about 1 year. Enquire at Toledo
Farm for sale or rent. Stock,
crop, farm implements and house
hold furniture for "sale. Mutual
phone, 2 shorts 1 long ring.
Mrs. F. F. Falcon, To'edo, Or.
CABBAGE FOR KRAUT.
I am ready to supply cabbage
; anyone wishing to make kraut, i
! ior otner purposes, at l j cents per
I pound. Leave orders at the Drug
Store or see me.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
New Winona Rushford wagon. 22
inch, will sell for cash or trade for
lighter wagon.' S. Reichen, To
When you can buy your own home?
Modern up-to-date house, 7 rooms,
good well, electric lights, 3 lots,
some fruit, good barn, price $2000.
Easy terms. $300 down, balance
on installments of $20 per month.
Inquire of C. K. Crosno,
ESTRAY TAKEN UP.
At my farm four miles from To
ledo, on the Newport wagon road,
two year old red steer, with stag
like head. No marks or brands.
Been at my place two weeks.
Owner pay for care of keeping
and charges for this notice and take
the animal. D. H. Williams.
Here is your chance! I am go
ing to sell regardless of price 16
head of horses, ranging from 800 to
1400 pounds, from $25 up; also
harness, rigs, wagons, etc. May
consider trade in real estate.
Toledo Livery Stables.
LINCOLN COUNTY TELEPHONE
From October 1, 1911, to April 1,'
1912, office hours will bo from 8 a.
m. to 12 m.; 1 p. m. to 6 p. m.; 7
to 8 p. m.
E. L. Richardson. Manager,
Have you seen my new line of
SHOES? Call and look them over.
I am sure I can please you.
T. P. Fish.
Don't trifle with a cold is good
advice for prudent men and women.
It may be vital in case of a child.
There is nothing better than Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy for coughs
and colds in children. It is safe
and sure. For sale by all dealers.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
Small tract of land, four acres in
cultivation, near town and post
office, large modern house partly
furnished, garden, plenty of wood
cut, will rent to desirable tenant.
Address Box 360, Toledo, Oregon.
Good stock ranch and all improve
ments, on head of tidewater on Si
letz river, near school. Cheap for
the right party.
Jos. Kosydar, Siletz, Or.
FOR RENT AT NEWPORT.
Several furnished and unfur
nished cottages forwent very cheap
for the school year. Write at once
if you are interested.
L. C. Smith, Newport, Or.
AVERTED AWFUL TRAGEDY.
Timely advice given Mrs. C. Wil
oughby of Marengo, Wis., (R. No.
1) prevented a dreadful tragedy and
save two liveii. Doctors had said
her frightful cough was a "con
sumption" cough and could do little
to help her. After many remedies
failed, her aunt urged her to take
Dr. King's New Discovery. "I have
been using it for some time," she
wrote "and the awful cough has
almost gone. It also save my little
boy when taken with a severe bron
chial trouble." This matchless
medicine has no equal for throat
and lung troubles. Trice 50c and
$1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaran
teed by Toledo Drug Co.
Got a dairy ranch'to trade lor a
small farm in Chehalem Valley?
Addrss White & Company,
I wish to exchange 320 acres' of
choice North Dakota land for Ya
quina Bay land. W. II. Hand,
Five milch cows for $125.00 if
taken at once, or will trade for
sheep or goats.
A. L. McDonald, Chitwood, Or.
About fifty head of ewes. Ad
dress Joseph Bryant. Siletz. Ore.
To the ladies of Toledo and vicin
ity, I am prepared to do shampoo
ing and give scalp treatments and
facial massage at your homes.
Mrs. W. Bingham.
Having bought the shoe chop
from J. O. Smith I am now pre
pared to do all work in that line at
reasonable prices,. ,1 buy all my
upper leather from Portland and
will guarantee all my shoes.
Extra fine, large bull calf, 7
months old, Brown Swiss-IIoIstein.
Best to be found in the county; fine
milk strain. Or will trade for beef.
S. Reichen, Toledo Or.
On Larscn Ranch.