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Makes a mere suitable gift
for a married woman than an
elegant Cheat of silverware.
You will find silverware in
many exquisite patterns at our
store and will bo agreeably
surprised at the modest price
8t which it can be purchastd.
Come in and look it over.
JEW ELK US
Hawkins Bid. Toledo, Or.
Ta eon-.iiiz down. Get a better
seperator. Get all the butter 'fat.
Try a Simplex. Satisfaction Guar
anteed. For furher particulars cal'
or address A.M. Whefelock or J. B.
Simmons. Waldpcrt, Or., Waldpcrt
. FOB SALE.
On reasonable terms, two acres
of land; house, barn, store build
ing and warehouse; directly at
.n;l...n) roti.in crif 3 mild frnm
school. Fur further information
address, or inquire of
Mutual Telephone Office,
"My husband had a cough for
fifteen years and my son for eight
years. Dr. King's New Discovery
competely cured them, for which 1
am most thankful," writes Mrs.
David Moor, of Saginaw, Ala.
What Dr King's New Discovery
d!d for these men. it will do for
you. Stops backing coughs, relieves
la grippe and all throat and lung
ailments. Money back if it fails.
All c'ruKgiats. Price 50c. and $1.
H. E. BUCKLEN & CO.,
Philadephia or St. Louis.
The Clerk of School District No.
51, in Linculn county, Or., will re
ceived bid3 till 1 o'clock p. m.,
Varch 27. 1914. for a new school-
house, all material will be furnished
by the district and put on the
ground, only carpenter and mason
work wanted. The building io to
be 20x30 with 12 ft. eave3. a par
tition to be 6 ft. from the front
end to form a cloak room, one door
to enter the cloak room from the
outside, and two doors to enter the ;
main room from the cloak room;
there is to be nine windows, two in
the front, two in the back and five
on the left tide; a porch io front
to be six ft. wide and 8 ft. long; 1
a flue to be built of bricks in the
back end of building, to extend at
least 4 ft. below ceiling and extend
4 ft. above roof; stone foundation
for flue, flue to rest on 4x4. ,s.u
Specifications can be seen at
Clerk's Office. The School Board
reserves the right to reject nny. or
all bids. Jos. Sijota,
Martha Washington comfort
chocs. Toledo Backet, agents.
SPRING BLOOD AND
During the winter months im
purities accumulate, your blood be
fnmca inmure and thick, your kid
neys, liver and bowels fail to work-,
causing so called "Spring Fever."
You feel tired, weak and lazy.
Electric Bitters the spring tonic
and svstem c eanscr -is what you
need; they stimulate the kidneys,
liver and bowels to healthy action,
expel blood impurities and restore
your health, strength and ambition.
Electric Bitters makes you feel
ike new. Start a four week's
treatment it will put you in fine
eb3pe for your spring work. Guar
anteed. All Druggists. 6Uc. and
il.E BUCKLEN & Co.,
Philadelphia or St. Louis.
Funeral Director and
- Calls answered Day or Night
Jack Link, who has had charge)
of the remodeling of the Toledo 1
Lumber Company's sawmill, yester,
dty gave the new machinery a try
out. Mr. Link stated thai every
thing worked as well as could be
expected and -in a few days will be
running to full capacity.
A shortage of steam 13 handicap.
ping the mill at present, but ar
rangements are being, made to
secure additional attain irom me
light plant as they will hav mere
boiler capacity than they will need
during me uaytime.
Mr. Ink informs us that the
mill will now cut about seventy i,
ihnncanil fopf nor riav nnrl this Fall M
kllUU.Ullll . J
still more machinery will be in
stalled bringing the cut up to one
hundred thousand. 1 i
2 The logging camps of Miller &'
Montgomery started up full blast
M. E. Church
Sunday. March 22d; 11 a. m..
preaching, subject, "Following
Christ." 7:30 p. m., subject.
"Seven Objections to Oregon Dry."
Sanford Snyder, Pastor.
: . . .
0. R. Hollingsworth. the under
taker. wa3 called to Newport last
Thursday evening to prepare for
shipment the bedy cf Albert E.
Stephens, who died there at. the
age of 59 years. The body was
shipped to Coopville. Washington,
for burial. Mr. Hollingsworth was
then called to Ona to embalm and
prepare the body of John A.
Ccovert, who died at his home
there the 11th.' Sons took the
body to Turner for burial.
Twent-five business men of the
Newport Commercial Club met in
ioint session with the Toledo Im
provement Club at Oddfellow
in this city last evening to discuss
and arrange to have a survey and
chirl made of tne Yaquina harbor
and bry. A joint committee com
piled of S. G. Irvin and M. W.v
eant of the Newnort. Club, and E.
J. Clark at d Ira Wade o" the To
ledo Club, Wca apwuinieu to draft
resolutions and memorials to secure
this Burvev. Speeches were made
mis survey, oueecnuB weie uiuuo uu ...o ....... ...
by M. Wygant. Dr. Carter, L. C.with the County Court of Lincoln
Smith, Dr. Berry, George Bianch- county, Oregon, and the same has j
fird nf Newnurt. and Mavor Jones
of Sheridan, E. J. Clark C. B. I
Crosno. C. H. Gardner. W. E. Ball j
G. W. Huffman and others of Tc-
ledo. It was one of the most en-
thusiastic meetinas ever held in
Lincoln county, and the feeling of
fripndh.n and the desire 'to unite
in pulling together for the mutual
benefits of ' the two towns and the
whole county was manifest in
every action and speech. At the
close of the business session the
visitors and hosts repaired to the
banquet hall where refreshments
were served. The visiting peleaa-
tion came up from Newport on
Zenas Copeland's launch.
April 10th. clean-up-day.
SILETZ ITEMS Continued.
wanting to rent, but has not found
a suitable renter yet.
T. B. Newman was down from
Rocca to attend the dance on the
A very enjoyable evening at cards
was spent at Mr. and Mrs. Franks
on the evening of the 17th. There
was a large number present. Mrs.
Arthur Bensell won 1st prize and
Mr. Goin 2d.
The fine weather has set the
farmers to sowing their grain.
Mr. and Mrs. Fasnott of Salem
have moved to Siletz. We welcome
liavu liivfsu w uu v. ,
all that will come, as everyone adds
.. . J .
that roucn more to our inausiries
in dairying, etc.
J. J. Gatens is in Siletz keeping
quite busy and making a few ar
rests. Bovs. you want to be more
cautious and secure a license.
E. T, Raddant, who is how build
ing a suspension bridge for the
county at the Upper Ford at Upper
Farm above Siletz, desires to pub
licly express his thanks to Messrs.
King, Olin, Hamar and Larson for
the prompt and efficient manner in
which they handled and delivered
the heavy cables to the bridge site,
especially so on account of the
very poor condition of the road
Furniture of Quality
O. R. 'HOLLINGSWORTH
Carries the largest Stock and biggest
Furniture, Carpets and Wall Paper
At tha lowest Prices . Both Phones
We are headquarters far
In the bulk and package. Bulk Garden-Seed are mere
reasonable than the package teed and are '
mure apt to be fresh.
Get them ea ly vhile the assortment is complete.
Our Onion Seta are extra fine.
WESTERN SEED for WESTERN SOIL
TOLEDO DRUG CO.
3-year old colt; will make 1200
or 1300; mile and a half north of
Toledo, first bouse on old Siletz
W. M. Hill.
EGGS FOR SALE!
Mottled Anconas and R. C.
itseci eggs xor eaie, ai.uu per scwus
1 --Jj 1 t nn . ..li ;
Oi IO., i lew puueis lurtaie.
Box S3, Newport, Or.
NOT1CE OF FINAL .
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned executor of the estate
of C. N. Thompson, deceased, has
filed his final account in said estate
been by said Court set for hearing
on the 4th day of May at the hour
of 10 -o'clock in the forenoun of
said day, a.. which time all persons
having objections thereto, it any
there be, are hereby notified to
appear in said Court at Toledo, in
i Lincoln county. Oregon, and pre-
sent the same for adjustment, end
upon your failure so to do, said
administrator will apply to said
Court to have said account ap
nroved. the administration closed
and the administrator discharged
and his bond exonerated.
Dated at Toledo. Lincoln county.
Oregon, this 28th day of February.
1914. (J. B. McClusliey,
Executor of the estate of C. N.
NOTICE OF FINAL
Nutice is hereby given that the
nnrreicrnPfl administrator of the
estate of Olaf Rosauist. deceased.
has filed his final account in said
estate with the County Court cf
Lincoln county, Oregon, and the
same has' been by said Court set
for hearing on the 4th dav of May,
at the hour of 10 o'clock in the
forenoon of said day, at which
time all narties having objections
thereto, if any there be, are here
by notified to appear in said Court
at Toledo, in Lincoln county. Ore-
gon, -ana present tne same iur aa-
justmcnt, and upon your failure so
. , J i. u ...111 nnnl 11
to ao, saia aaimnisiraior wm aiJi.T
to said Court to have said account
approved, the administration
closed and the administrator dis
charged and hiB bond exonerated.
Dated at Toledo, Lincoln county,
Oregon, this 28th day of Febru
nrv. 1914. fi. B. McCluskey.
Administrator of the estate of Olaf
The St. Patrick's dance given by
Rosebrook's Orchestra 'at Oddfel
low Hall Tuesilav evening was the
best attended dance given here thi3
season. Everyone had a good time
and the dance lasted until 3 o'clock.
An rlrcnnt Runner was 8Crved
In the County Court of v the State
of Oregon, for the .County ofjtrator. All persons having claims
Lincoln. 1 against said estate are hereby noti-
In the matter of the Estate of fjed to present the same to me at
William Brown, deceased: I my residence in Five Rivers Pre-
To D. S. Brown and Mrs. .Maria 'cinct. said county and state, duly
Hathaway and all other persons j
In the Name of the State of Ore
gon: You are hereby cited and
rpnnirprl tn nnnear in the Countv
j Court cf the State of Oregon, for
the County cf Lincoln, at the court
I room, thereof, at Toledo, in the
county of Lincoln, on Monday, the
6th dav of Anril. 1914. at 10
o'clock in the forenoon of that
day, then and there to show cause
why an order lor the sals of the
real property uciuiikihk iu &am cs
tate should not be made, that th
following j3 the description of sai
real property belonging to said es-
following is the description of said
Beginning 30.73 chains west and
4.14 chains north of the corner sec
tions 7, 817 and 18, Township H
south, Range 10 west: running
thence north 5.25 chains: thence
west 1.90 chains; thence Puuth 5.25
chains: thence east 1.90 chains , to
beginning, covering one acre.
Witness, the Hon. John Foearty,
Judge of the County Court of the'
I State of Oregon, for the County of
I Lincoln, with the seal of said
Court affixed, this 21st day of
February, A. D.. 1914.
Attest: R. H. Howell, Clerk.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that Harry
S. Butz, administrator of the estate
of Mary E. Smith, deceased, has
II Ilia lllJMl auvuuiib aa duv.ii u -
ministrator in the County Court of
the State of Oregon for Lincoln
County and that Monday the 30th
day of March, 1914, at the hour
of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of
said day at the Corutroom of said
County Court in the County Court
House in tne City of Toledo. Ore
con, has been appointed by said
Court aS the time and place for j
the hearing of objections to the
said final account and the settle
Dated and first' published Febru
ary 27, 1914. Harry S. Butz,
Oscar Hayter, Attorney
GARDEN SEED IN BULK.
GARDEN SEED IN PACKAGES.
Western Seed 13 the best for the
West. We have it in all varieties
and at POPULAR PRICES, at THE
WHITE CORNER SIORE, the
Good Goods Store.
R. S. Van CUve.
EGGS FOR HATCHING.
Barred Rocks, high class stock,
$1.50 per 15.
White Indian Runner Ducks, the
white egg strain, per 12.
A good hatch guaranteed.
, W. E. Simpson, Elk City, Or.
J. S. AKIN
STOCK RANCH WANTED.
160 to 320 acres, bottom land
preferred. Cash, no trade, owners
I only. Give location and description
1 fully. Address. Mr. Morris. 475
'.Morrison St., Portland, Oregon.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the
J undersiened ha3 been, duly ap
pointed by the County Court of
Ithe State of Oregon for Lincoln
estate of D. McGlvnn. deceased.
arid has Qualified as such adminis-
verified as by law required, within
six (6) montln from the date here-
Dated March 13, 1914.
John N. Tsylor,
Administrator of the estate of D.
Any and all persons wishing to
seli mohair in the Eddyville Pool
arc reauGSttd to notify the Secre-
t rJ as suon as possible, stating the
(number of fleeces they expect to
i pool. (We want all the mohair in
! Lincoln countv)
The date of sale i3 not decided
ibut will be about April 25th. Ad
dress all communications to
W. F. Waktfield.'
We know yon cm tare
money and get belter teedi
bjr getting in diredt touch
With the leading teed home,
i . .r
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned administrator cf the
estate of James P. Wolf, deceased,
has filed his final account in said
estate with the County Court of
Lincoln county, Oregon, and the
same has been by said Court set
for hearing on the 4th day of May.
1914, at the hour of 10 o'clock in
the forenoon of said day at .which
time all parties having objections
thereto, if anv there be, are herepy
notified to appear in said Lourt at
Toledo, in Lincoln county, Oregon
and present the same for adjust
ment and upon your failure so to
do, said administrator will apply
to said Court to have said account
nnnroved. the administration closed
!and the administrator discharged
and his bond exonerated.
Dated at Toledo. Lincoln county.
Oregon, thi3 28th day of February,
1914. P. P. Dabney,
Administrator of the estate cf
James P. Wolf, deceased.
G. B. McCluskey,
Attorney for Administrator.
Q. A. Loe of Silverton was in
the city yesterday looking after his
interests at the Agency,
Acroas the Bay
Last Friday while attempting to
swim ir.p Day aiiui
j 1 1 . i irrnl t. Til " i
1 Four. Pba Teff t
lest hib life. The
been in Toledo am
(young man had
mother. Mrs. A.
the bav from
to the home of his
L Jackson, acroE
Mill Four station,
town. When he r
four miles below
ached the land-
ing there was no if
oat for him to
cros3 in, and inste
a boat, stripped d
d of waiting for
pwn to his under
clothes and slinnii
g on a pair of
old overhalla, plunged
into , the
water to sim Across
point the bay is more than a half
mile wide, but in! the "middle of
the bpy is ?. sand spit, where he in
tended resting. If 13 supposed that
by his walking four rni!e3 and then
entering the water while hca'.ed
caused cramps. I Ycung Erauti,
who lives at ths pkee where Tefft
attempted to cros3 the bay, watched
him from shore. He said Tefft
swam nearly to the sand spit, then
turned and started . back ' to the
wharf from which he started.
When within about 200 feet cf
the shore he sank, apparently
without a struggle. It is presumed
th8t the unfortunate young man
while swimming became chilled and
thinking he could not reach the
spit started to return when he was
siezed with cramps.
Young Brauti immediately gave
the alarm and searching parties be
gan draggirg for the body. This
work was kept up until Monday
morning, when the body was found
in 28 feet of water at the place
where the boy last seen Pha sink.
Dynamite was alsu used in an at
tempt to raise thp body.
The budv was taken tu Newport
and buried Wednesday morning.
Pha Tefft has lived in this vicin-
tiy for many years and was well
liked by all who knew him, and his
sudden death is mourned by all.
Clean-up-day April 10th.
Mis. Roy Fulle!1 returned to her
home at Airlie Sy.urday morning.
Mrs. Dora Hassmmi of Yaquina
was visiting friends in this city
About forty of the friends cf
Miss Nellie Baird gave her a sur
prise partv in celebration of her
birthday last Monday evening.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, fr the County of Lin
E. B. Shumway, plaintiff,
F. W. Carson and R. M. Carson,
his wife, defendants.
By virtue of an execution, de
cree and order of sale issued out
of the above entitled Court in the
above entitled suit to me directed
and dated the 3d day of March,
1914. in favcr of E. B. Shumway
and against F. W. Carson and R.
M. Carson, his wife, defendants. for
the sum of $700.00 with interest
thereon at the rate of 8 per cent
ner annum from thn 31st dav of
July, 1912, until paid, less $5.00
paid on account of said inrterest,
and for the further sum of $38.95
with Interpol theronn frnm the fith
day of October, 1913. at the rate
01 a per cent per annum until paid,
and the further sum of $75.00 at
torney's fen, And p'ts taxed at
$10.20, ar,u .Mi ; I'- is writ, com
manding vie ta ;li the following
described - -:tl cv .,i-.rU, to-wit:
Lots One (1), t .,j (i). Three (3),
twelve (l:'j ,it One-third
of Lot Eh von ( . . in Block
Fifteen (H) in : ,!Ui,.,'j Fifth ad
dition to the t'i y, r Toll do, situate
in Lincoln cim.v , b: ,1. of Oregon.
Now Tivrd..' ir. compiance
with the d r.inr, ..r snir execution.
decree and r.fk- (Jf stiK I will on
Saturday, t u rk.y cf Aoru.
1914, at l.do ijy-!; tv 11., at the
front door cf .);: O' 'nty Court
Houec, in iiu oiy if ! ledo, Lin
coln count.-, (i y.,11, f,!i at public
auction to the )v,li:;t bidder far
cash, all tne ri tt. UtK estate and
: A L a I
interest tr-jt 1 1 a' '''V.
W. Carson ah.l.
fendants, ha.1 ,' 2
August. l'lllMr hi..
quired dpv n t !i;
date of sale, j ' rj, 1
described iikiu'.; j m
ist day of
writ of ex.'.cuH,,, 'nit J 1
of sale, interij l; id
j and order
The Ahwaneda brought in from
n.j. cn 1 li.. j.
ijouuun o i.uua ui cuai, inobuy iorjiortuna to sprain her wrist
the Abbey Hotel, She left Monday I hadlv at Rchnnl Monday
morning for Portland and will re-
turn in a fout Aaua icifli a full
. . .
The Mirene came in Wednesday
with a full ' cargo 0! freight for
Newport and Toledo. She will re-i
turn in a day cr two for Portland.
L -9'. , b.rdsht the
beautiful little launch Lollipop
itum api. morse, inc launcn win
ne wKen to loieoo ana put on tne
ways and will undergo., a general
overhauling.and repairs, both the
boat and engine. When painted
and fixed up it will look like a new
launch. The Lolliocp is to run
between Toledo and Newnort? mak
ing her headquarters at the former
place, hhe will run on alternate
days with the Transit, making a
trip every day in the week from
Toledo to Newport.
Captain Stuart gave a free ride
in the life boat Undaunted to all
the children of the public school.
The bay was calm and the day was
fine. The children enjoyed, the
ride to the fullest and everyone
was willing to give Capt. Stuart
and Rich Chatterton a vote of
thanks ior the courtesy. Rich is
a : j t.-
iuc cuKiiietr ana iur 11 is goou loous '
is a favorite among the girls, . I
n locf f,u,
ten o'clock the community - was
shocked by the sad news of the
drowning of Fay Taft near Mill
Four on Yaauina bay. As near
as can be learned he had been up
to'ee his nephew, -Fred Luram,)
ner Toledo, and had walked five;
frvillna ttio knti tinnM 4-1 n DnAnn 1
place. His mother lives just across ! "out a creed, a man who
the bay on the -old May place.! wu d.6carcbe ""entered for
Not seeing anyone start across with !whatthe Professed, but long un-
a boat he pulled off
shoes and started to swim
4 w a. J uru r
9 milo u,5Hn nt th; r,iano Ha
swam to within a few feet of a , u """a" uu 'e
sand spit, where it is thought he of activity for at. eternal nur
expected to rest and then swim to f?se "nd h,s s,oul ",u take D
the other shore. Just before he Creator 'work wherever the
got to the spit he was seen by a! destiny of existence may place it
little boy to turn on his back throw iJ?st as willingly .aits habitation of
up his hands and drift with the The simple service
tide. He made no signs of distress ?f ,he,Beu,T r"d at he
and drifted a short distance and f"nefra, Wa dport Grange Or
B,ni, Tho i;tf' w . tu 1 chestra and Quartet furnished the
alarm and soon parties weredragg
ing the river for the body. On
Monday the body was found by
Fred Lumm and Burl King in water
27 feet deep. Capt. Stuart, of the
life saving crew, had detailed one
of the crew to help search. The
Ul tlSIT till . DCaitlli AUG
body ws brought to Newport for
burial. He was laid to rest in
Eureka cemetery Wednesday fore
noon, funeral services being con
ducted by Rev. C. T. Hurd.
A dance was given at the home
of Bessie Shermer Saturday night.
A large crowd attended and every
body reports a jolly time. We are
all in hopes this will not bathe lust
Joseph Shermer, Mr. and Mrs.
Mike Shermer and daughter, and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shermer and
daughter, visited at the home of
Mr. and Mrs.'Peter Shermer Sun
day. Miss Gladys King is visiting with
her aunt, Mrs. Case, at Newport
Mrs. John Backus of Newport
visited her sister, Mrs. Van Boone,
Saturday and Sunduy.
Miss Signo Brauti is visiting in
Toledo this week.
Mrs. D. A. Mclntyre returned
home Friday from Portland,
"banner Zeek took a scow loud of
wood to Newport Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Ohmart
for Salem Monday, where Mr.
TOLEDO. LINCOLN COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1914
COUNTY NFW :Ncws of
XJIUl 1 I nVV O.; wcek by
mart will take charge of
brother's ranch this Summer.
Very Mi3S Leola Hewett returned to
f Vi tt 1- 1 I. n
Tne reaper of death has cr.ee
n-oro Visited our little community
and taken frora our raidst ' cne
I whona we could 511 afford td lcB3
I John Allen Coovert was born near
I Clayton, Illinois. June 12, 1850.
I nrd HiWi nnn riro
191 4. Ha was married to
Lydia M. Frey at Liberty, Illi-:
nois. March 5, 1871 To this un-j
ion was born nine children two of
whom preceeded him to the great
beyond. Those surviving him are!
John R., Clyde' and Mrs. Hattie i
J ... 1 a. 1 r a i a!
cuwerus, ai nume, n. a. wjovern
Maricopa, Calif.. Mrs. H. R. !
McKenziegf Bakersfield, Calif, J.I patch.
D. Coovert cf Philomath, Or., Mrs. I
J. C. Rasor of Cathlamet Wash.;!. beveraJ "J80"1" .from the uPPer
and also by fourteen grandchildren. 4buay ? , NewDort to attend
Mr. Coovert left Illinois in 1883 !
and settled ia California, where he
entered the mercantile business.
In 1899 he moved to Oregon and
settled in Turner. Later he locat :d
in Dallas, where Mrs. Covert passed
on Jn 1903. In 1909 Mr. Coovert 1
came t 0na and settled I on the
ranch where he lived at the time
u: Ju M n l
u ",a ucam. iui. v.uurn wda
prominent in grange work for many
years, having been past master of
ithe Dallas Grange and wrs elected
jto the mastership of the Ona
i Grange for three consecutive years.
I He was interested in public schools
land was a member of the school
I board. H endeared himself to all
who 'knew him by his quiet uupre-' "e on 013 s w ""land faatur
tentious life. He was a true Chris- ra' -
'firmlv hplipvinir that tint vptv
justifies our hone of its
and that the Infinite
1 . .J 1: .l.
I music, lhe favorite sung of Mr.
Coovert were Bung very sweetly,
after which the body was taken to
Turner to be laid beside that of
his wife The boat that carried
the remains of John A. Coovert
glided down- the stream a3 peace
it 1 J 1 1 ... . -
had been his life and his
Things have been quite exciting
here thi3 week, with a fight or two,
a few dances and some horsa back
Mrs. N. L. Grant of Harlan
spent a few days last week with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Miss Viola Randall returned to
her home in Philomath Sunday.
after spending a week with friends
Miss Bessie Grant of Harlan
spent several days last week with
Misses Edith Davenport -and
Clare Moore, John Davenport and
Everett .Brown spent Sunday in
R. T. Moore came over from To
ledo last Friday, returning Sunday.
Misses Bessie Grant and Edith
Davenport spent last Saturday
night with Miss Clare Moore.
Accompained by Jesse Davenport,
Smith Allison and father returned
to their home in Turner Sunday.
Mrs. C. W. Brown has been very
ill this week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Stewart and
children spent Sunday with Mrs.
Stewart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Davenport, here. .
George Lang of Elk City 'was
seen wandering arcund here the
first of the week.
George D3venncrt went to Toledo
the fir?t cf tb week.
I ThiB- weather makes
i want to make garden.
' John Hanlon, Clarence Ridgeway,
I Mrs. Pearl Hanlon and daughter,
I R. V., attended the dance, given
Missat Mrs. Bessie Shermer's Saturday
Ed Hanlon is busy putting his
new engine , lhe boygt
John Hanlon spent several days
witn' his brother, Ed, and family.
Mr. W a s hnsu this fino
weather elearino nnt horr,
u,e C1- aiU0tt Udnce-
Clyde Coovert and brother, John,
returned Iutsday night from Tur
ner where they took the remains
of their father to be buried.
Mr. and Mrs. Chauncev Ohmart
iPa3Siid through here Sunday
heir Wfly to galem where they
a u "
iu D,,u wic smuuicr,
visiting with Mr
Ed, of this place
and wife were
the la3t of the
E. T. Raddint passed through
Art Fendall returned from
vallis the last of the week.
Mrs. J. R. Edwards went to
William Eirdwell came over from
his homestead Saturday.
' Good many of the farmers of
this vicinity took advantage of the
good weather and done a lot of
Roy Hamar came down from
Nashville Friday, returning Satur
day. H. S. and Lloyd Porter returned
to Newport Monday;
G. E. Wilson was a Rock Creek
A. P. Hughes cf Toledo is visit
ing at tre A. J. Warnock ranch
here this week.
Beautiful weather and everyone
. Thursday and Friday of last
week Dr. L. V. Hasford' of Port
land was visiting with friends here.
Saturday evening a party was
given at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Earley in honor of their daughter,
Mrs. L. A. White's, birthday, also
Mr. and Mrs. White's fifth wedding
anniversary. Cards, music, story
telling, etc., were the amusements
of the evening and at 11 :30 a fine
lunch with coffee was served.
Those present were, Mr. and Mrs.
N. Ludem&nn, Mr. and Mrs. Kit
Williamson and children,. Mr., and
Mrs. F. Walters and little Master
Robin Walters, Bert Starr.. Mr.
and Mrs. L. A. White and children
and Mr. and Mrs. Earley. Several
appropriate gifts were received. 1
Several scow, loads of lumber and
shingles have left the Ludcmann
mill the lust few days, being de
livered down the bay.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Finch were
visitors up the river , last Sunday,
spending the day with Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Barclay.
Mondsy Lester White left here
to visit Toledo and other points.
He will be gone several days.
Clarence Starr of Waldport spent
a few days with his brother, Bert,
cach Community Gathered each
our. Bustling Associate Editors
Arthur.pnd George Wigle took
their team and went to Nashville
to finish their road contract at that
G. H. Horsfall wes a visitor to
the Valley last week. .
The engineer who drew the plans
for the Raddant bridge was over to
Raddant's last week.
Chas. Thomas from Sunshine
creekrbpent Sundav night at the
home of Wm. Southwell. .
VVm. Birdwell has finished h?9
wood-cutting contract for school
Wm. Southwell is home again.
having finished sawing the lumber!
for the Raddant bridge.
' John Potwora made a business
trip to Siletz last Tuesday.
There was to have been a Social
ist meeting at the schoolhouse Sun
day, but only one member showed
Un. Socialists are getting few and
far between in this neck 0' the
woods. Seems thev would liven up
a little with election so near at
Roy Plank was plowing for Fred
Willinstrong la it week.
Raymond Dickson went to Toledo
the last of the week.
A Eailboat left Taft last Sunday
morning for Drift river. Two of
the crew were Aucust Johnson and
Oscar Nelson. When they returned
Tuesday they made a raft and in
attempting to cross Schooner cresk
fell in and came near drowning. . .
D. R. Ring is delivering lumber
here this week for Cecil Cosper at
Devil's lake, Anton Resch. Frank
Murray and the Comnanv store at
Merchant Dodson and wife are
visiting Mr. Dodson's parents at
Rose Lodge. 1
Parmele's are still clearing.
They pull up trees three feet thick
and pile them. Some are thirty
to forty feet long.
Plowing and planting is the or
der of the day this nicy weather.
Mrs. Parmele was quite sick last
Mr. Hespeck's children have been
sick. They had to miss school one
The Nenamosha came in over the
bar today loaded fur Dodson. The
Patsy is expected in this week.
Miss Baker, the Schooner creek
school teacher, is boarding with
Mrs, Bessie Farrin.
Walter McCiintock bought the
donkey engine and will have it
shipped from Toledo, as soon as he
Mrs. Annie Ring was a visitor at
the Mercer home this week.
Spring is here and the ranchers
are all busy getting in their crops.
Why not get ready for the Fair?
Now is the time. Don't wait until
next Fall. We hear many say at
the Fsir each year," Why, I have
better things than that in my gar
den." Now let us bring them
along this year and help to make
the Lincoln County Fair the best in
The fruit and vegetable cannery
mentioned in last week's Leader
would surely bo the best investment
for the ranchers that could be had,
for this ia a fruit country and any
homesteader can raise a big crop
of berries the second year. Why
not the Lincoln County Fruit
Growers Union wake up.
Rev. R. J. Davenport was - in
this vicinity the first of tho week.
It would be a good thing if he
would stay on Big Elk and try and
reform some of our young men, as
some of them will go to the school
nicnio and tank un on booze. If
these youna men don't stop this
kind of conduit their nnmes wiil
be advertised in the county papers.
Gunder Olson departed Monday
morning for Minburn, Alberta,
Canada, for a month's visit with
his cteughter, Mr3. Annis Erickson.
and family, and other relatives and
Jack Pelmulder departed Monday
morning for his old home at Yank
ton. South Dakota, to bo at tl e
bedtide of his father, who is very
The tupcer given Friday evening-
at me uitt House for the benefit
of the Nyebeach rest room fund
was a grand success, and well pat'
ronized by people from all over the
city, over three hundred being fed
and fifty turned away for lack of
room and time. About $70 wa3
added to the fund. The order for
the lumber for the building was let
to I. M. Iindell. tho lowest bidder
and the plans and specifications
were made by Mr. Reisinger. Dr.
Minthorn is already gathering pil
ing for the bulkhead and we will
surley have the restroom ready for
the coming season,
It was reported last week that
the largest and besfc agate bed un
covered for year3 is out at Spencer
creek and all the agate fiends of
the neighborhood were out
Mr. Purdy, one of the owners of
the Natatorium. ha3 returned from
California and is nutting the prop
erty in order for the Summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Jenks of Salem
were in the city this week planning
to erect a modern bungalow upon,
their lot ovei looking the beach.
Mr.- and Mrs. Patrick from near
Salem were luoking over the city
this week for property upon which
to build a cottage.
The Rev. W. S. Smith is build
ing a comfortable home on hia
property in Rhododendron Park.
Charle3 E. Sheffield has started
his new home in Profe83ora Row
by putting in a substantial concrete
basement. He has a beautiful lo
cation overlooking the ocean.
Nyebeach people are looking for
ward with pleasure to the opening-,
of the Cape Street road to Agate
Beach, as this will make a straight
route all the way on the bluff and
do away with the long wait for the
tide which has been the usual thing
E. T. Raddant's cable bridge is ia
full progress at Upper Farm with
tho civil engineers in charge. As
these men are competent for such
work we are sure they will succeed.
Mrs. Ivan Kyniston is over for a
visit with her parents, Mr. and.
Mrs. Mitchell, who have been a ck
most of the Winter, but are im
Tom Hollis returned to Siletz the
12th from Cooo bay whero he had.
been called' to the bedside of his
uncle, who died a short time after
he arrived there.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Boswick came
to Siletz from Portland last week
to sell out the bankrupt stock of
John Kentta, which J. T. Wilson
A very nice little gathering oc
curred at Dr. Clausius' residence on
the evening of the 11th, in honor
of the Doctor's and C. S. Davis'
birthdaya. The evening was spent
at cords. Delicious refreshments
were served by Mrs. Davis.
Tho dunce given by the Dancing
Club March 14th, was attended by
a large crowd and a very enjoyable
evening was Bpent.
O. A. Loe of Silverton spent
several days in Siletz looking after
his interests here. Mr. Loe has
j two farms up the Siletz which he is
Continued on last pags. a