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TOLEDO, LINCOLN COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17th, 1915.
News ' of each Community Gat hered each
.week by Our Hustling Associate Editors
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At about 8 o'clocH Monday morning
Dorothy Holcomb,. the little four year
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
L. Holcomb, was - Unowned at West
Yaqulna, In the slough that enters the
Bay near the foot bridge. It appears
the child left the kitchen wheri If.
mother was preparing breakfast and
walked over the little foot bridge lead
ing from the Holcurab house to the
tramway. This little bridge is over
the slough and from this point the
child must have fallen nto the slough.
The mother missed ne child In a few
minutes and search was immediately
made and she was found about one
hundred yards from where she fell
In, floating on the water face down.
Chub Willis took her nut. of thi
water and.wlth the help of bis father ;
sod Mr. Miller, tried to resuscitate;
her but failed. About one quart of 1
' water came out of her mouth. She
never sank and this seems to be a
strange part of It. . telephone mes
sage was sent to Captain Stuart to
bring the life saving crew. The crew
promptly responded and for one hour
and a half worked with the modern
appliances, but could not resuscitate
her. Mr. Holcomb ilved at Mansfield,
Eastern Washington, where he has a
fine wheat farm. He came to Yaqulna
Bay for the benefit of the health of
his family. He first went to Nye
Creek, but the roar of the ocean and
the heuvy wind storms disturbed them
o they went to West Yaqulna, where 1
it is more sheltered. This was about
two weeks ago. The funeral services
were held at the Presbyterian Church
Tuesday at 11 a. m., conducted tv Rev.
George E. Pratt, pastor of the Church.
The interrment took place in the Eu
reka Cemetery. One lesson to be
learned by this sad accident Is, that
children should not have a play
ground where walks and bridges are
over the water. The wonder is more
children are not drowned.
Commissioner O. V.- Hurt returned
Saturday from Portland, where he
met with tbe state Highway commis
sion. Mr. Hurt said they had a good
session and the meeting was well rep
resented by the county officials of
every part of the state. Mr. Hurt
thinks that if those automobile en
thuslPBfs -ave their way about it in
building roads they will bankrupt the
state. He don't go much on bonded
The local institute held Saturday in
the High School auditorium by Sup
erintendent Goin was well attended
And very interesting. All the teachers
of Newport being present and took
part in the program. Several teach
ers from abroad wore present and
took part in the exorcises of the day.
Among them we no.id Prof. Blougb,
principal of the To-edo high school,
and Prof. W. C. Fischer of Yaqulna
and . Miss Branch, ceacher in the
"West Yaqulna public school. Several
Interesting papers were read and da
ussed. Tbe High School Glee Club
sang some very charming selections.
A motion was made to appoint a
committee to draw up a resolution
asking the County Court to appoint a
medical examiner for the schools of
the county. Prof. Blough is chairman
of this committee. I did not get the
names of the other members of this
committee. This service might be
done by the County Health Officer.
Tbe rearing and trantng of the chil
dren under the new system is being
taken out of the parents' hands and
placed In tbe teachers'. The home
lias been the corner stone of our civ
ilization, but now it is only the board
ing place for the cnlldren. It Is the
duty of the parents to wok after the
health of the children and, if neces
sary for the health and welfare of the
child, to have it examined once or
twice a year by a competent physician.
It wbs the contention of the teachers
at this institute that the children
were ' loaded down too much with
books; that the pupils were not
thorough in their studies; that the
more weighty studies, such as reading,
spelling and mathametics were neg
lected; that the essentials of an ed
ucation should be taught and tbe frills
and fads cut out; that the nobility of
labor should be impressed on the mind
of the pupil If he expects to succeed
in the world.. The Newport school
has a good corps of teachers and they
are doing good work. Prof. Artman
is well fitted for thw Important posi
tion he holds. He dasthe goodwill
and confidence of every teacher and
pupil in the school.
The Salado correspondent seems to
be grieved because the people of that
section are accused of killing salmon
during the spawning season. It has
- been reported that hundreds of sal
mon in the small streams and creeks
during the spawning season are shot
by the boys and girls just for the
amusement and the salmon are
thrown on the bank for the hogs to
feed on and for fertilizer. The warden
lias been on Big Elk river a number
of times but has not been able to
catch the offenders. When the war
den goes Into a section of the county
to catch law breakers he don't go
beating a gong as Hough he was at a
Chinese funeral; but he goes quietly
along and you would hardly know he
was around, but at such times the
boys seem to "smoll a mice" and keep
Mrs. Frank Grant and her son, Les
ley, are at ' Newport visiting Mrs.
Grant's daughter, Mrs. Charles Oodley.
Mrs. Grant Is one-of the pioneers of
Lincoln couasy an note with pleas
ure the improvement! Newport has
made within the pa it ten yean. j
Hon. B. P. Jones, wife and daugh- I
ters of Roseburg came in Tuesday ,
evening and registered at The Abbey, :
and will go to Otter Rock to spend
Christinas with Mr. Jones' slater, Mrs.
Thomas Horning. ;
Thomas Vandyne, wife and daugh'
'7JmCoburg came to spend
, '"lm the ,fea, shore- h
gon and are proud of the state and.
the great progress it is making, and.
In a modest way, feel that they have
done something to help this progress
along. May Ood bless the pioneers of
Going out of bu!ni Saturday,
December 11th la the last day. Mrs.
Bay Viowers are nothing if not
boosters. They have Just boosted a
croamTy up. just across the road
from Mr. Barnes' store.
Mr. Dyer, at the poBtofflce, has set
uo a wheel for grinding agates.
Bring on your agates!,
Mies Emma Simonson started for
Los Angeles, California, last Thursday.
She will spend the Winter there with
Mrs. J. M. Bowers of Upper Beaver
v'slted thn .lost of inn wank with h
son, Frank Huntsucker.
Mrs. Huntsucker has been on the
sick list for the past week, but In
Burt Twombly is also on the sick
Mrs. Jesse Lindqu::, who has been
spending several weeks with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. 8. Oakland,
started Thursday for her home in
Portland. She was accompanied by
ra.ss Hunnau Hanson, who will visit
relatives in Portland for several
Mrs. Myrtle McWlllls spent Thurs
day wttn Mr. Geo. utevens.
Johnnie Hanson was a visitor at the
Henderson home Tuesday evening.
We understand that Mr. Simmons
intends to put up a cannery in connec
tion with his creamery at this place.
Good luck to all sul'j enterprises, say
See the Xmas Goods at Bonbonlere.
I guest we can't complain about the
weather, for we were surprised to see
the sunshine a little while last week.
School started December 6th with
Chas, Gildersleeve as teacher.
Lloyd Lewis missed school last
week on account of a sore foot
Mrs. John Sugg waa clerking for
Henry Lewis last week.
Ulas Mao Adams Is visiting with
Cara Boone. .
Johnnie Emerann inn hrniliAM mm A
a trip to Newport Friday.
Miss Violet . Klnr. vhn h hu.
teaching school at Ona, returned borne
iu auena me leacner institute.
It Wouldn't do for the nennla nf
Poole sllough to take a scow load of
wooa to Newport every day If they
make so much noise as they did last
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Huntsucker vis
ited at the Frank Rhprmur tmm cn
Quite a few neoDle from thla viotT.it
attended the dance at Yaqulna Satur
day night and all report a good time.
Henry Shermnr mnifn
trip to To-
"Buy Early" whllfl onr stock ts com
plote. All new, fresh stock, and
prices are right Toledo Drug Co.
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' This rain la some cold but stock of
all kinds are doing fine.
H. O. Boynton Is blasting stumps
and clearing a spud patch.
Roger Loudon la doing some slash
ing on his ranch this Winter.
C. H. Wakefield Is moving Into his
new house this week. He says he will
be looking for a cook soon.
Our school ts doing good work this
year, under the able management of
Prof. John Miller.
Albert Beers of Nortons was visiting
on Little Elk last Saturday and Sun
day. r,S8r,lBert Geer B"Bed through
Little Llk valley on business last Sat
urday. The Stanton school and Little Elk
football teams played a game on the
Eddyvllle grounds Mecember 4th. It
was a hard fought battle all the way
through ; neither side scored until the
third .quarter, when one of the Little
Elk boys got away with the ball and
made a touchdown, aid then when all
was over the score stood 10 to 0 in
favor of Little Elk.
Little Elk flrnnva Vt ltd i1,a
election of officers last Saturday The
I a JL" vrv ul new oincors elec
ted: C. H. Wakefield, master; Earl
Weltln, overseer; Mrs. L. L. McBride,
lecturer; Christ Weidman, steward;
Clifford Hunt, assistant steward; Mrs.
H. B. Sparks, chapi-.rn;, R. V. Loudon,
secretary; IX. O. Boynton,. gate keep-
er; Mrs. Mageo, Ceres; Mrs. Albertsen,
i-uiuvub; mm. mii',B flora; MIES
Maud Albertsen, lauy assistant Btew-
ard. There is almost a new set of
officers, and much good can be expee-
ted of them. ,
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Wa will riv .hA hi. ta nn n
Doll. One chance with every 25c. pur-
Toledo Drug Co.
ELK CITY Proper
(Wednesday to Wednesday)
M, unit Mm T 1J Van A Tlan m. '
turned from Albany Wednesday even-;
)nB. . !
cnaries vsn urden and family left
fcr Oregon City Friday morning.
E. B. Graves and son, Scott, are do-
lng some work cn a wagon road for
J;m Winsklll came, in on the Satur-
day evening train.
Ed LaPlne came up from Storrs Fri
The Grange held a card social Fri
day last An enjoyable evening . be '
A. B. Clark went to Toledo on busi-
Mr. and Mrs. Herman 8chmltt and
children were passengers on the
Transit for Toledo Saturday morning.
E. B. Graves had the misfortune to
have a calf drown in the river last
An old landmark has been IaVbh
do this nL Th.iT
down in tms p. ace. . The Old Shed
which was standing between the Wm.
Enos bouse and the street is no more,
Things look betler there now.
Again I repeat what I said in the; TjTenDort went tn Harlnn
Issue of this paper of December 3d. TuV,Tv enin
Salado is a little mixed in his or ber,TUe!Mlay evenlng
impression. I said . in part "before M'8 Clara Moore and Ltge Grant
passing their private opinions," not as "Pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
be or she has it, "we should privately Davenport
nass our options. I am not putting I ' o
myself up to be a person fully versed ' All kinds of Christmas Goods at the
In the hatchery business, but I do Esnbonlere. .
claim that the fish hatcheries of onr -
state do benefit the fishermen. Iamti iitti
not lalklni o( any one certain hatchery
or the management of the same.
Hatcheries are a benefit You know
It What the real cause here is that
aome are sore because they themselves
are not the ones who manage the
Please, please. Mr. Newport Writer,'
give me sometning easy. Don t take
hung any witch or wltohos and I'"
not going to. but let me whisper
uiiuiiin in ihin. ....
"Six days shalt thou labor, and do all
that thou hast to do, but the seventh
day is the Sabbath of the Lord tt
Ood. In It thou -hall do no mannor of
work; thou and thy sou, aud thy
daughter, thy man servant, and thy
maid - servant thy cattlo, and the
stranger that is within thy gates," (In
pan;, even tierore ina days nt men started their engines rolling to
Thomas Jefferson wevo these words ; ward the mill site Monday morning.
spoaen - and the same being handed
aown rrom one generation to another,
If It were thrue then, why not now?
Why? Because the peoplo ot today
uo not minx or tne tilings ll.c-y should.
In reading an article the otlior day I
ran across these words: "That it had
been found that the man who works I ,,.-, jii v,An t.
.aven day. In a week doe. not live a. W.taS.weBt t0 Toled0 TUe8'
long as the one who work only fx, f" 00 DU8me8'
and not only that, but the seven day I Everybody is getting ready for the
man turns out an Inferior grade of big Xmas tree to be held at the M. E.
work." Tel me ho you do It, Church by the M. E. Sunday School
Skookum. I can't iio it uor any the .on Christmas Eve.
rest of us. Kn E u ciialcuirt and daughter,
Mrs. Jacobson. accompan'nd hy Mury Ml Alice, went to Toledo Monday
Holm, paid a vliilt t- Mm. Myrtle
Allen on the Brook Dalo place.
Mrs. Holm, accoinp.inlod by Mrs. S.
J. 'Whltford, wers vialtors" nt the
Jacobscn home hut Sunday.
"Showers of blani'ngs we iw d," but '
piease cut out the ram.
A' great, big line of Boys. TJndor
wear Just received. Yerex Brown A
WEST YAQUINA .
Monday morning the Angel of
Death came suddenly and took from
our midst the dearly beloved daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Holcomb.
The traglo death of the little girl has
cast a doep shadow of sadness over the
entire community. It Is not definitely
known how the fatal accident oocurmd
but tho fact tbat the body, badly
bruised about the right shoulder, was
found floating faco downward In an
eddy in the slough Indicated that the
child's death was not due wholly to
drowning but that In falling
from the "bridge she had probably
struck on a log, rendorlng ber un
conscious before she ' reached the
water. The body was recovered by
Chester Willis a few yards from
the little girl's home, a Htiu mtta-
elght o'clock in the morning about '
fifteen minutes after the child had I
in oa uotiii niiKnuu Dy ner parents. Dr.
Faucett and the life saving crew were
Immediately summoned from Newport
bUt all efforts to restore, life proved
unavailing. Tne. little . spirit had
passea into the great beyond! Into
eternal rest. Dorothy Mae Holcomb
wa born at Mansfield, Douglas county,
Washington, June 10th, 1911 and died
Monday, December 13th, 1B1B, at the
ago of four years, six months and threo
da; a. Besides her parents, Mr. and
Mra, Eu;er.e Holcomb, she leaves to
mourn Ji'T k:s3, her twin brother,
Donated Holcomb, and three sisters!
tun:u uraco ana Uernfpa Hnrnmh
The fuu'.ml services were conducted
nt Newport Tuesdi-.y morning at 11
o'clock at the Presbyterian Church by
P,.v. Pratt Burial took place at the
Newport Cemetery where many beau-
tlful floral tokens innrtn hoo,.Hf.,i t,
,,",t resting place or the departed.
; i no wre aveo. ones nave the sympa
I thy of all who know them.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Phelps of Ona were
guest. Sunday at the R. A. Miller
home. They left Mnridav mnrnlnsr
for Euwne, where thoy will spend ;
. the holidays with Mrs. Phela's brothor. '
r,ln wr , ' A m ;
Eu' Weber and R. W. Ohmart came
'in yesierdf.y trora npavcr with a four- j
horse team. They took back a load
of household goods.
Cl'.ffrrd Phelps waa a West Yaqulna
clmuP(.py ohmart was m from Bea.
ver Crix-k Sunday.
Oir noHdov stock Is more comolete
thnn ever. Come. and see our line be-1
fore you purchase. Toledo Drug Co. .
A snrpr'.se dnn-e vos given on C. W. ' Mrs. Roy Walker went to Eddyvllle
Brown last Saturday night. The this morning for a violt with her par
evening was most pleasantly spent ,ents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bachman.
M. WIH'nms returned to his home i Robert McFarland of Summit was
at. Lvors Tuesday, after an extended transacting business in this city Wed
visit with his son, Luke, and family, i ncBday.
j- e- Ct " Ehner Watklns
went to Tea i1
I Miss Clara Moore spent Monday
night with Mrs. W. W. Grant at Har-
; Ian. , it"
Mrs. A. C. Crawford and daughter.
Florence, of Lower Farm went to To-
ledo Saturday to spend a few days,
Joe Wind red went to Toledo Friday
?f.th" f - ChnIcS?T Ver,t0 Bl"
"I ' Tm QU"'
terly meeting Bunday at 11 a. m.
! Sara Brassfleld went to Toledo Fri -
, day. returning Saturday.
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1 '1 HZ IS
l,I?"0 MTf"n, ' !Jfinrf
. ? on BUBlne". returning Wed -
' The company of loggers and mill
I V.. T. Raddant retumod home P.n"
day after an absence of four weeks on
8. HubnH. tl' carnenter, ram
over from Dallas Saturday, on busi-
and from there went to Chemawa and
other Valley points Tuesday morning.
MIhs Alk will go on to Portland and
visit a while.
Mr. nd Mrs. Chas. Hnldlmai re
turned from the big fair at San Fran
cisco Monday. . The government te-i
was at Toledo to bring them on to Si
lets. Andy Goodnll was over from the log-
ging camp Sunday to visit hi. family.
He Is employed at the camp loading
logs with a donkey engine.
Mrs. Robert DePoe went to Salem
Wednesday morning to visit her
brother, Emtl Hauscr, and family for
a short time.
Lester Waugh Is over here to look
after his stock interests. He has a
large number of cattle to Winter here.
' Miss Cook, principal of the Silets
school, ' went to Toledo to take the
examination for a certificate In Ore
gon, as she only has one for the state
of Washington. She left 0. C. Scudder
In charge of her sonool room while
The teachers of the public school
are preparing for a Christmas true, at
the schoolhoiise on Thursday evening
for the pupils of the school. They
will have an interesting program also.
WelL I guess if we are all going to
f.al LWani,n".t !!! M'? to qulf,.n!
'l 10 ,ct 1 ?8 l we "
have to . do as
the ' Upper Beaver
about ft" -
"Not say anything
Dick Hnntsnclcer has moved bis
floating bouse from here.
W. D. Roberts and Mrs. Roberts
gi.si.er and little girl, who are visiting
vith the Conner, were in our vicinity
Our community was shocked Monday
to hear the news of the drowning of
11,t!e Dorothy Holcomb at WeBt Ya-
lulni' There has beu so many fatal
accidents around here the past year,
but eem that w:'en God call to
us w ,oftVB u,1s land Bnd me to h,m
it is pot in our powet to stay his com-
I1U.I1UB1 I' U Ull uui pjiuciii
to the loved ones that this little one
I Island Wright Is visiting his sisters
here this week.
Chas. Brown was at the W. D. Rob-
ertB ranch Sunday..
Buv your Chrlstuus Pop Corn at
Al'e Smokehouse. ,
R. F. Baker of Newport was in this
city Monday. .
Mrs. R. B. Hoffman of Elk City was
In this city Monday.
John Nye, the Newport butcher, went
to Silets Monday looking for cattle.
Miss Born Ice, Hanson was a passcn-
Ber 'or Portland this morning.
Orover Cleveland Tlson of Drew Is
is visiting at the Andrews home In
Mr. and Mrs. Selllnger and Mrs. I. R.
Wlshart went to Albany this morning
1 Mrs. Catherine Collins returned
nome l8Bt evenlns from month Y'Blt
nnUlnnil and San Francisco Calif
, 0altlnnd Bna bttn "ancisco, i.aur.
Edgar Johnson of Pioneer was in the
'city last evening interviewing Dr.
Greer, the dentist He returned home
Miss Essie Ball is assisting in tbe
local telephone office, while Miss Free
man is at Newport
Elmer Horning went to Corvallis
Monday to take the examination tor
service on the C. & E. bridge crews.
Miss Nadlne Copeland of Upper De
pot slnugh was visiting with friends
- Mrs. J. H. Sugg, of Wlnant waa atv-
slstlng at Henry Lewis' big sale the
flrBt ot the week.
Mrs. A. C. Crawford and daughter,
Miss Ennls, were over from Silets the
f,',, ' tne week viBl"i the Ira
. Wade home.
Mrs. S. S.
Gossman of Chltwood
was visiting friends in this city Tues
day night, returning homo Wednesday
' Mr8' tC' ,0;Cpe. , Jit it
i,3Wp, VlBnlng , ? ,1 d?"Kf ,
'Mrs; Esther Copeland, the first of the
Miss Bertha Andrews arrived home
' ,ne chrlgtmM nollanvi Ust TuM.
I day evening. Miss Andrews is teach-
lng school at Drew,
Miss Queene Freeman went to New
port Wednesday evening to assist on
the switchboard In the telephone office
there for a few days.
The Ever Ready Bible Class held its
regular monthly meeting in the parlors
of the Church laBt Friday evening.
A goodly crowd was in attendance ana
a good time was had by all.
Bert Geer and 0. R. Hollingsworth
have been having lots of fun these
days shooting at snipe down on the
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walker returned
home from the Lower Columbia river,
where Mr. Walker has been operating
the dredge Chetro during the past
svernl months. He will now operate
the port dredge Lincoln.
Rev. Abbott, district superintendent
of this district, of the M. E. Church,
was in this city over Sunday. He held
quarterly conference at the Church
and preached Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hoidlman ot
Sllotx returned Monday evening from
a month's visit to the world's fair at
gan KranrRC0. Mr. Hoidlman is the
County Judge R. It. Miller returned
home from attending the state high
way meeting at Portland last Satur
day evening. The Judge was accom
panied home by his mother, who will
visit here with the Judge and family.
Rev. Searles of Salem, of the
Friends, denomination, will hold ser
vices In the building formerly occu
pied by Jacobson's sr.loon on Wator
Front. Meetings will be held every
W. D. Batteries of Tidewater this
week sent to C. B. Crosno a sample
of corn ralnod on his farm. The rorn
stalks stand twelve feet high and the
ears are well filled uat and large, in
fact old Missouri hss nothing on this
corn. Why do not the farmers ot Lin
coln county raise thousands of acres
of this corn. It surely Isn't because
it can't be done.
H. 0. Guild and family have moved
here from Newport and will make
their home In the A. L. Jacobson res
idence. Mr. Guild has purchased the
Senttnol of J. II. Davis and will now
be a permanent fixture In Toledo. Mr.
Guild Is an old newspaper man. A
few years ago He edited the Newport
8lgnal. We extend to Brother Guild
the hand of fellowship in the news
paper Held again.
GRAMMAR SCHOOL JTEM3
Miss Mabel Booth taught tliu Sev
enth and Eighth grades this week dur
ing the absence of Mr. Ports, who was
taking the teachers' examination.
Edna Altree quit school Monday.
She will leave soon for her home in
At present the Eightli grade is
demonstrating bacterial fermentation.
The Seventh and Eighth grade pupils
worked hard, to decorate their room
for Christmas. The school Christmas
tree and exercises will be held Friday
afternoon, on account of the school
closing for the holidays on that day.
Come in and see oar hue of- Holiday
Goods. , We will gladly show you the
line and give you price below any cat
alogue. Toledo Drug Co.
CARD OF THANK8
We desire to express our heartfelt
appreciation to our neighbors end
friends for their comforting sympathy
and assistance in our great sorrow,
and for the beautiful floral tr'butes re
ceived. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Holcomb
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I have Celery, Lettuce, Swoet Pota
toes, Oranges, Bananas and LemonB
iur uie nonaay trade. A. 8. Van Clave.
An LlOO pound horse was sold by
the chief of police f.r Corvallls at auc
tlon this week, and brought the sum
of one dollar.
At last ABtorla has the contract
signed up for a railroad.
The proposed new county to be
formed from western Lane and Doug
las counties does not meet with much
opposition. Tt is proposed to call the
new county Blaine.
The steamer Homer has been kept
inside thebay and the steamer South
Coant otuslde for several days on ac
count of a rough bar.
Jesse Craft and Geo. Hodges of Big
Elk were In the city this week.
Assessor T. E. Parker and wife are
f' n"re,1th eaaor Is at-
tending a convention of the assessors
ot the state.
A. T. Peterson is extending the tel
enhone line from the rock nuarry to
Elk City. '
Miss Sada Chambers ts onslatlng In
the county clerk's offlca tills wcok.
Mrs. Wesloy L. Davis experts to go
to Monmouth for avlslt with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Cressey.
Arthur Rochester is In Portland
Hon. J. W. Ball of Newnort has hn
"omlnated as collector of customs at
Word comes from Corvallls that
Prior Scott, an old resident of HiIb
county, ts missing and it 1b feared he
has committed suicide.
County Commissioner Chas. H. Wil
liams has been elected mayor of New
Married Robert Campbell and Miss
Nelly Brlggs were married at the
home of the bride at Cape Foulweather
Mondav. December 10th, 1894, Rev.
Chas. Booth officiating.
With every 26c. purchase we will
give one chance on the big boy doll.
Toledo Drug Co.
Can afford 'to miss the big Moose
dance to be given at Oddfellow Hall
In this city on Christmas Eve., Frldav
the 24th, by the members of this
flourishing order. The committees
having the work In charge are working
like beavers and are leaving nothing
undone that will tend to make this
dance one of the big events of the
soason. Tim music will bo fine the
very best. The supper, under the sup
ervision of the noted chof, R. V. Munn.
will be good, and everybody is ansured
a good time. You aro invited.
Don't wait until the last few days
bofore Xmas. Come in early and
make your selections. Onr stock Ir
complete. Toledo Drug Co.
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Willamette Valley farm, 100 acres,
to exchange for small ranch In Lin
coln county. If interested Investi
gate. John Bradbury.
Ladles' Hose, te cloan out the bal
ance of the stock 10o. a pair.
See the big Boy Doll In our wlndov
we will give away. One chance with
every 25c. purchase. Toledo Drug Co.
Fancy Bon Bon Boxts, Candles, Toye
Tree Decorations, Xmas Cards, at the
Lot. of untrlmmad shapes Cdc. each
Lot. of trimmed hat. $1.00 aach.
few 15.00 and $6.00 Hat. left, your
choice, $2.00. Mrs. Frederick.
Ladle, velv.t grip Hose Supporterr
a ragular 25o. seller. To close then
out, 10c. pair. Mrs. Frederick.
Yerex-Brnwn A Co. offer extra qua'
Ity Outing Flannels at 7 Vie. per yarr"
Children'. Underwear, to elose ou'
will sell at about the price of the bu
ton., 12c. to 18a. garment
, Mrs. Frederick.
You will strike some extra goei
bargain, at Mrs. Frederick, tomorrow.