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TOLEDO, LINCOLN COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 1& 1913
News of each Community Gathered each
week by Our Rustling Associate Editors
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Both the Mirene and the Ahwan
eda sailed Tuesday evening.
E. L. ChaDle. the photograph-3 r.
was a WaldDort visitor this week.
Of course it had to rain on such an
Clayton Wentz of Portland, who
is interested in a townsite proposi
tion down the coast, known as San
Marine, was a Waldport visiter last
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Patrick came
down from Newport the 8th to
-visit the Yachais country.
Frank L. Buker visited Toledo
last week in connection with his
work on the assessment.
J. H. Glines gave the Eighth
Grade examinations last week to a
number of pupils. Ed Stocker of Newport was
, . . , it i through this community buying
Mrs. Wm. Brooks returned the , ctt;e one dav last week
3th from an extended visit at
various Oregon and Washington : The new tramway is progressing
-points. She was accompanied by j mce,v these days and wil1 be cos
her daughter, Mrs. C. V. Paimer, i P'eted some tinle in the near fut'
of loledo. I are.
Dr. Jean Barber arrived the 9th I - C- McWillis and mother came
from Gardiner and will make her ' hon,e frora the Valley a few days
permanent residence in WaldDort.
Dr. and Mrs. Minthorn of New
port paid the south tnd of the
county a visit last week.
G. H. Horsfsll is doing some as-
essment work in the south end of i
the county, having passed through!
Mrs. James Goin is visiting her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. L.Baldwin I
i a. naier ana iamiiv have
stone to Glendora, California, where
they may remain.
Miss Ena Stout arrived a few
days ago and will soon begin an
other term as teacher at Tidewater.
The Citizens' Club failed to make
jruod last night. It was an "off
night." The two previous even
ings when Tinker and Withycombe
of Corvallis addressed us. were
grand events, but when the rain
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snu smaii auenaance curtailed our i
membership audience tu a mere
quorum things seemed insipid and
stale, resulting in a short program
and little of interest. Our next
one is sure to take the other ex
treme and we shall have a lively
lilt, a rousing program and a com
forting and entertaining meeting.
Mr. Wagner if Alliance,
raska. is here seeking a home, and
-would be a valuable addition io our ,
sturdy, industrious population.
v. a . ui.auiuci lain ui JTUfLlallU
is to locate here very soon, an
other highly agreeable addition to
Prof. Philip Brady is expectinar
to go to the Soap Lake country to
try to get relief from the painful
attacks of rheumatism, which has
enthralled him with excrutiating
paiLS for some weeks.
The Sunday school is using its
influence to secure sneakers to
preach for us next week. Rev.
Roherbauah f Albany promises to
ccme and bring a speaker.
S. R. Davis gave the Eighth
Grade examination to the class at
D. F. Lister goes out to Corvallis
on important business the first of
E. F. Damon. R. G. Mcora and
J. L. Brown were appraisers vi the
Tillie Hamar place and sent in an
appraisement to the heirs attorney
at Eugene Saturday.
The prospect for crops were
never better In this-locality, al
thought late, are yet promising in
the extreme, and what speaks loud
est is many more acres are being
sown than at any former time.
Gus Winkler, according to a
statement by Dr. Withycombe. has
an exceptionally valuable milch
cow, although not a Jersey. The
speaker gave the Citizens' Club to
understand that the said cow is a
"freak" rather than a blooded
strain of milch cows. It matters
lit tie to the owner as to pedigree
if she gives the quality and it is
productive of above standard per
cent butter fat.
The bridge gang s. James Browns'
and John McGee's. with a full
force of bridge carpenters, are
I doing a high class of work and
making good time. The Miller
; gan went to Nortons Friday.
Few of our people could get to
the picnic Saturday, it being too
y The Citizens' Club is to discuss
I the educational appropriation bill
for the U. of 0 on the referendum.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Briggs are
visiting relatives here this week.
Carl Hendiickson returned home
from Centraiia, Washington, Sun-
m . a m t-i '
I. N ! A. Martinson of Tidewater
ii visiting fnends at Bay Vww this
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Oscar uakland spent Sunday at
j the xaehats.
Fred McWillis has his lumber
and shingles scowed to this side of
the bay tor his new house and barn.
The Salvation Army meeting held
at the Bay View schoolhouse was
j well attended Monday evening.
I Mack Yokum and sisters, Susie
land Yada, of Lutjena attended
. church here Monday evening.
I Oscar Ryan spent Sunday with
J. B Barnes just received a new
suppy of goods for his store.
A cattile buyer was in this
of the county last wetk.
D. R. Ring has bought the G
S. Parmele & Sons sawmill. He
will be in on the Nenamosha the
inext trip to begin operations.
Mrs. Gerttula goes for a month's
visit with her mother and other
friends who live near Astoria.
Jesse Farrin's mother intended
going to Toledo on the Nenamosha
last Friday, but when she reached
Taf t the boat was going ou t over
the bar. i he savs she will be on
hand the next trip.
Charley Hyde will run his launch
out over the bar early tomorrow
morning, going to Newport.
The owner of the horse that
swam across the bay and followed
Clarence Parmele home, came hunt
ing it. He had brought it from
Tillamouk a short time ago. The
horse knew the direction back to
its old home and intended going.
Well, we will have a phone line
up the beach from Newport, which
will connect with our line at Joe
Nellie Bones is staying with her
grandmother, Mrs. Jane Bones.
Mrs. Noble Felix passed through
on her way to the Agency last
week, where she was called and
from there she goes to Portland as
a witness in the Federal Court.
The card party given at the
Grange Hall Saturday evening was
very well attended, considering the
weather, and all reported a good
S. C. Denny made a trip to Ya
Mrs. H. H. Edward3 and sun.
Clarence, returned to their home
Sunday after an absence of seven
months visiting relatives.
John Covert went to Yaquina
Clifford Phelps and sisters, Misses
Neta and Helen, visited at the
Denny ranch Tuesday eve ling.
Revno'ds Ohmart made a trip to
Mrs, D. W. llewett and children
visited their many friends at Ona
The rain gave the carrkn, nH
i grass a good start.
. Mrs. W. R. Moore and son, Alva,
returned home after a few days'
j visit wim ner daughter, Mrs. T. C.j
i Smith, near Toledo.
C. C. Lane of Riverside was in
Glen last week.
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Mrs. J. W. DavenDort returned
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irom ner daughter. Mrs. S. J.
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btewart, who 13 slowly improving
from her illness
Miss Jessie Brown returned from
a isit in Corvallis Friday.
W. R. Moore lost a fine colt Sun
day. Ray Brown visited on upper Big
Mrs. C. W. Brown went to To
ledo Monday for a visit with her
brother, Mr. St. Johns.
Miss Edith Davenport is sick
with the la grippe this week.
The hard rain Saturday disap-'
pointed some of the Glen citizens
who intended to take in the picnic
Miss Clare Moore went to Toledo
Wednesday for a visit with friends
W. R. Moore did some renairinff
on the telephone line between
place and J. W. Davenport's last
John Davenport returned to his
work at S. J. Stewart's Monday,
after a few days' rest at home.
C. C. Brown of Dayton came in
baturday taking a nice milk cow
back with him.
John Schirmer and Bill Backus
have mvsteriously disappeared. It
is ' thought by some that they have
been drowned in the bay.
The gasoline coat Seadog, Cant.
M. Swachsmith and Andrew Colver
as mate, was out deep sea fishing
Monday and brought in a catch of
over 1800 pound of halibut and a
few linn and rock cod. This tame
boat went out Friday in one ot the
worst storms o the season and
brought in 1000 pounds of halibut,
rock cod and gruners, all fine fish.
The Ollie S., Capt. Carnes a3 master,
is abo engaged in deep sea fishing
and she also brings in from 1000 to
1200 pounds of fish at each trip.
The hailbut bed3 are out some
twenly-five miles off shore and no
one knows the extent of the beds.
A number ol bcato will engage in
this kind of fishing this year,
The halibut sells readily at ten
cents per pound. Most of the fish
are shipped to the Portland market
while a fair market is maintained
at home The cold storage plant
will soon be ready for use then the
fish can be taken care of at home.
This fish industry is getting to be
more important every day.
The Ahwaneda came in Friday
with over 90 tons of miscellaneous
freight for Newport, Toledo and
Waldport. She went to Waldport
today, Tuesday, with a cargo of
freight for that city, mostly house
holdgoods. This vessel makes quick
trips and is doing a fine business.
It takes a pretty heavy sea to stop
The Fish, Capt. Dolby, has just
returned from Coos bay. The lit
tle vessel has a new coat of paint,
given her at Marstifield. and she
looks fin3. The boat service at
Newport and the bay is getting
better all the time. Nearly every
farmer along the river has a gaso
line boat of his own.
The gasoline launch Transit,
Capt. Norton, which runs frnm
Elk City to Newport is doing a fine
business. This boat rills a long ft It
want. The river from Newport to
Elk Citv. a distance of 22 miles, is
navigable for vessels drawing five
or six feet of water. This is one
of the most beautiful rivprs nn tho
. Vliw U4. LUG UlUOb
Pleasant trips that one could take.
TL 1 i it, .
LL ine. oa.seDa 1 leam "unattended
P " yv,,ie Saturday
I lent time in spite of the rain. A
superb uinnr was served by th?
eod people of that community
The games and contests were all
i,nterestinK and enjoyable. The
j baseball team of Newport came
i out victorious and won the prize
lnff. o u.a t l.
a uoiu WUKIll CUIllEfil. A
wv.ju aa (Jicacilb UllU lilt
! meeting was RncpflGU nnri i,,,m
ba kept up
The Mirene came in Sunday with
a full cargo of freight for the
Newport merchants. She will re
turn to Portland in a day or two.
Thomcs Pollock, superintendent
of the Elk City fiBh hatchery, with
his wife and mother in law, came
down on the Tranist and spent sev
eral hours on the beach.
For some reason the Eighth
Grade questions failed to arrive for
the pupils in dis'.rkt G8. c.nn.
rauently no examination was given:
Elizabeth Kessi, Pcegy Thompson
and Vern Jacobs had prepared to
take it and were much disappointed.
A new school district has been
formed in the east end of thernnntv
hJs'und the patrons are losing no time
ia getting ready for school.
Chas. Mulkey is sawing out the
lumber for school buildings
Our telephone line has heen out
of com mission most of the timo
for the last week, but Lester
uary has repaired it and we hone
for gcod weather and better service.
Chas Cator made a trio to Wren
Sunday and returned with a new
team cf horses.
Mr Kane, who is connected with
the Corvallis Creamery visited the
ranchers of this section last week.
He sold W. W. January and Ben
Y 0Un2 each a DeLaval Frnnrntnr
and Lester Grunt a Sharpies. These
gentlemen will all ship cream Mr.
Kaat speaks highly of P. H. Mar
tin's herd of Jerseys, saviner he
hadn't seen a "better all-round
bunch in Oregon" which made P.
H. justly proud as he has soared
nothing to nake them so.
Mrs. Chas. Godley and son, How
ard, are visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. F. Grant.
Geo. E. Darting and Mr. Stand
ley of Toledo cams up last Satur
day and visited at the home of R
E. Darting. Mr. Darting returned
Monday but Mr. Standley remained
to look for a homestead.
Harvey Young came home with
Ben Young from Corvallis to
breathe some good mountain air.
C. A. Callahan wa0 laid up a few
days last week bv a bad fall he
took whilo working en his now
M. Branderberrv has nurchasoil
a new mower also a binder
Will co out dressmakinor for the
Summer, 15c. per hour.
Mrs, Caroline Peterson,
Now is the time to get rid of
your rheumatism. You can do it
by applying Chamberlani's Lini
ment and massaging the parts
freely at each application. For
asle by all druggists.
Of the G. A. R. and Ladies of
the Woman's Relief Corps: Please
to meet at Fish's store at 2 p. m.,
Saturday. May 17th. to make ar
rangements for Memorial Day.
Yes, it rained, but we don't be
lieve in letting a little shower spoil
The train pulled into Eddyville
shortly after nine o'clock We
spread our umbrellas as we stepped
onto the platform, or on a pile of
lumber that lay near the track.
The citizens of the little village
and the surrounding country were
there to welcome our little band
the Toledo and Newport Band.
Rcgiateriniz for the different con
tests was the first part of the pro
gram. After the band played a
few pieces there was an address cf
welcome by C. C. McBride, and
a rtsponse by Superintendent R.
P. Goin. A literarv nroarram which
closed with an address by Superin
The baseball game was played,
the Toledo Hisrh School against a
nicked team from the school boys
in the cthar Darts of the county.
The score was 11 to 6 in favor of
the County boys.
That dinner! Chicken and cous
berry pie and so many other good
things, one could not tell which to
eat first. Yea, there was enough
for all. We didn't tat the half of
wThe field meet, part .of . it con
sisted of pole vaulting, running
broad jump, races, A. and B. classes,
over 16 and tnler 16. The triri..
also had some short dashe.; and nnn
relay race. The prizes, which con
sisted of ribbons, were awarded
just as the train was coming around
t'.:e bend. The Toledo school boys
carried off the banner.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Landofnce. Portland. Orecon
Serial 01418 May 9, 1913.
Notice is hereby given that Ferd
inand Werremeier. of Elk City,
Oregon, who. on October 29. 1907,
made Homestead Entry No. 163G7,
erial No. 01418. for SWJ SWJ,
Sec. 25, SJ SEi and NWJ SEi,
Section 26, Township 11, South
Range 10 west. Willamette Meri
dian, has filed notice of intention
to make final five year proof, to
establish claim to the land bbove
described before the County Clerk
of Lincoln county. Oregon, at To
ledo, Oregon, on the 25th day of
Claimant names as witnesses:
Will Parks, Jim Parks, George
Kimbel and J. C. Dixon, all of Elk
H. F. Higby. Register.
Lame back is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles of tlo
back, for which vou will find nnh.
ing better than Chamberlain's Lini
ment. or sale by all druggists.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
The County Commissinnpra'
Court for Lincoln countv state cf
Oregon, will receive sealed bids for
rocking feiletz wagon road from the
Government office to the north end
cf the rock road on the M. Knnnf
place in Disti ict No. 15. Said road
District to furnish all maehinprv
neccessary to crush the rock, and
roll the road but contractor to fur
nish rock, fuel and. all necessary
labor to operate machinerv anil
place the rock on the road. All
bids to be by the cubic yard and
filed with the Countv Clerk on rir
before 9 o'clock a.m.. June 4,1913.
Supervisor Road District No. 15.'