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Eittcaln fyuniv VOLUME 18 TOLEDO, LINCOLN COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1910 NUMBER 37 COUNTY NEWS News of each Community Gathered each week by Our Rustling Associate Editors Waldport. Mr. Helms the Portland grocer was in town the 10th to deliver or ders taken last summer. Mr. and Mrs. James Harrison of Yaehats left for Portland and other valley points the 20th. They will be gone about three weeks. August W. Fischer of the Waldport Lumber Company has been here looking after the interests of the company. Julius C. Hine local manager of the Lumber Company went to Toledo last week to make arrangements for loggir.g dn tho Alsea this Winter. A big run of salmon came into the Alsea the 19th . All boats ars report ing limit catches and trolling has been excellent. The Wilhelinina came in on the 10th and left the next day for the fciuslaw. A. C. Thissell reports that the stork paid his home another visit on the nineteenth. A surprise party was given in Toledo Grange. honor of Mrs. J. T. Calkins by her j Laat Tuesday afternoon Toledo children and grandchildren, of firanen was organized hv State Den- whom there were seventeen present, j uty Cyrus H. Walker, with a good It was a happy surprise and many J charter list. The following officers presents were presented. i were elected : Master, E. 8. Ernt- L. V. Calkins has been on the son; Overseer, James McDonald; sick list but is getting so he can eat, Lecturer, Martha (loin; Steward, and we hope he will soon be stum-j Charles McDonald; Assistant Ste- bling around again. .ward, Claui' Christiansen; Chap- Some of the finest cattle in the M"1' EUaStowart; Treasurer, Char- county have been sold and shipped i les Boeckrawi; Secretary, J. F. Ste- fiom the Drift creek country. Some wart: Gatekeeper, IMoyd Butler; of the finest fruit and vegetables in;Ceres- Ella .Boeclcman; Pomona, the state are also raised here. : ,'cna McDonald; Mora, Louise M. wii- n t -i .v, lErntson; Lady Assistant Steward, illia Grant was a visitor at thci . ' J 1 I Maude E. Merrill. Lincoln county is rapidly becom- Calkins home Sunday. Oregon The Last Call of the West, by Wal ter V. Woehlice, beautifully illus trated in four colors in November Sunset Magazine. Now on sale . . All News stands... 15 cents. Olalla Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Phillips went to Newport Stmday on the steamer Truant. Mr John Muir, Sr. went to work Monday afternoon for Mr. Swearin- jjen. Mr. Henry Rhoadea from Olalla made Mr. Anderson, the boat build er, a call Monday. Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Phillips made Mr. and Mis. Fred Rowc a call Sat urday afternoon. Mrs. John Muir who lias been very sick for the past few weeks is improv ing slowly. Mr Henry Rhoades and family went to Newport Sunday on the Truant and spent the day with his sister Mrs. Frank Lane and family. Mr Harry Erntson was quite sick last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Phillips left the first of the week for their home in Medford, intending to return to Toledo in the Spring. Mrs. Wilbnt Rhoadcs and two little girls came on Tuesday's train from Falls City and are visiting witli her husband's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rhoades. Mrs. M. A. Nye went to the Lad ies Aid Society Tuesday afternoon. . Mr. John Muir, Jr. started for his old home near Devil's Lake Wednesday morning. J. F. Stewart for County Judge, j ing 0nc of the strong grange counties In the candidacy of J. F. Stewart of the state and is surely now "on for County Judge, the people of: the map" more than ever before, Lincoln county are to be congratula-. and our jM-ople are to be congratulat ed. For this office the incumbent ! ed on having such a powerful organ should lw fair, unbiased and able, j ization as the grange to champion Mr. Stewartcombinesthesequalities, their lest interests, and in addition is a man that is ab-1 " ' '" Bolutely independent. He will wear Sunday, October 23, was a gala no man or set of men's collar. He i day at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. J. came to Lincoln county at the time j T. Calkins on Drift Creek when, the county was first organized, and surrounded by their children and has ever since been a strong factor grandchild! to the number of two in every work looking to the unbuild-, score, they celebrated their iortieth ing and development of the county, wedding anniversary. It was the He served the county as County first family raunion they had had in Judge foi four years, his term enu-1 several years and indeed it was a ing in 100-2, and his administration j great dayforthe "old folks." Am was marked with ability and fairness. , og those present besides M r. and He has served the City of Toledo Mre- warn senior were Mr, ami with credit both as city Recorder and !Mre- Cit;ulc Calkins and family, ! Afv .,,,,1 MVu V.. ..,. r , 1 1 -; , . nrwl as a councilman, ror many years """ he has been on the school board of j niily, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Calkins the Toledo school, district and has and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Daniels, been A strong factor in building Up I There will be services at the Seventh Toledo's c:elitable and proficient Day Adventists church Friday, Sat school system. He was one of the ; urday, and Sunday evening, 7:80 moving spirits in creating the Port ! o.clock. Conducted by Elder I. G. of Toledo, and is now serving the j Knight, returned Missionary from people as one of the members of the ! Panama. All are cordially invited Died. At the residence of Mrs Esther Parr at Siletz, Ore., on Sunday even ing, October 23, 1010. Miss Sadie Chapman, age about 13 years. - Oyster cocktails. Hot tamales. Limburger and Ice Cream at the Palace Saturday night. Get the Habit. "Too Many on the Jo!)" will make you laugh, at the Dime this evening. Game Warden J. J. Gateria return ed Saturday evening from a visit to Salem and other Valley points. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Phillips after spending the Summer here, returned the first of the week to their home at Medford. Just received at Fish's a large ship ment of shoes. Call and Bee them. These are made in California and are a first class shoe, Mr. and Mrs. George Seheuck re turned home Saturday evening from tho hot springs where they have been for the past several weeks. Miss Sarah Young came over from Siletz Monday and took the tram Tuesday morning for Independence where she will visit for several months. A Word to Voters. Dallas, Oregon, Oct. 22, 1910. To The Citizens of Lincoln County: I am as you know the Democratic Candidate for Representative from Lincoln and Polk Counties, and it has been my intentions to visit your county this and next, but ow ing to an accident which I received on Oct, 18, In a runaway, Iain still in bed and will be for some time, but if possible will be in your county before Nov. H, as it is my desire to become acquainted with as many of the citizens of Lincoln county as pos sible. Respectfully yours, Gko. w. Myers. Port Commission. The election of Judge Stewart would mean a fair, honest business administration of the County's af fairs. The voters can make no mis take in voting for Mr. Stewart. Paid Advertisement. Baby'i shoes at Fish's. See Dalada at Elk City for dairy farms. Meichan t J. S. Akin went to Port land on Sunday evening's train. Superintendent Egbert was a passenger for Portland Tuesday morning. Mayor R. A. i Jen sell of Newport was transacting business in this city last Saturday. Lester Waugh came over from Albany Sunday and spent the day with bis folks. Charles N. Thompson, candidate for Com ty Commissioner, was up from Waldport the first of the week. The one that made them cut prices Water Front Barber Shop, Toledo, Or. Hair cut '-Tie; shave 15c. Only the while hade wanted. For Sale Tent. 12x14. nnnrlv nan. (!be:m L. (!. Wesley went to Harrisburg ! ;P . , . v , " ' U taken at once. Bnquiie at this eunesuay morning to get a ouncn Rock Creek Miss Rachel Crawford, of Los An geles, is visiting her sister, Mrs. B. M. Howell. W. J. Southwell and wife have been spending a week in Falls City. Frank J. Morrison and Tommy Stockwell, of Dallas, and Clarence Aikman, of Falls City visited several days at J.L . Morrison's. Mrs. S. J. Morrison has been sick, but is getting better. F. H. Schmidt took a load of hogs to Falls City last week. Glen What do you think of this weather. S. J. Stewart and Willie Randall and wife have arrived home from their trip to the Valley. Will Dauenport and family have had the measles very bad, but all have recovered. Ross McElwain arrived Sunday morning from Inkster, North Dako ta. Mr. McElwain brought with him a carload of fine draft horses, which he will sell in this county. They arc all fine animals and we hope will be sold and distributed am ong the farmers of the county. Mr. McElwain intends remaining in Lin coln county if he can find a good farm that suits him. He is tired of the extreme heat and cold of the East. Mrs. McElwain and little son preceded Mr. McElwain a couple of weeks. In the Portland Journal of Octob er 20th appeared the picture of two of Toledo's old time citizens, Col. and Mrs. Beal Gaither, now residing at Kalama, Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Gaither a few days ago celebrat ed their golden wedding when a fam ily reunion was held. All the chil dren were present. The children are J. J. Gaither of Toledo, John S. Gaither of Myrtle Creek, Or., Eli W. Gaithor and Mrs. Ruth Darnell of Kalama, Washington. Ed Hillman, who 'robbed Ed Wade's saloon at Yaquina a week ago, plead guilty, in Judge M. N. Anderson's court, to the crime of petit larceny and was fined $30 and costs, which he paid, and left the country. Red Wing's Gratitude is a good play at the Dime tonight. to attend. We received the County Officials' semi-annual report the first of this week but as wo are printing the bal lots for the November election this week we were unable to publish it but will give it in next week's paper. Ross McElwain will have his band of draft horses at Siletz today and tomorrow. Now is the opportunity for our people to secure a good work team. His horses are all heavy enough for this country. Al Waugh, John Peterson and S. K. Booth went to the Table Moun tain country Saturday morning on a hunting expedition. We expect to hear all kinds of experiences when they return. There will be services next Sun day. October 30th in the United Scandinavian Lutneran churcn m this city, at 10:45 a. m., and 2:15 p.m. M. P. Dommeusnaes, Pastor. We were asked to announce that Catherine Stone will talk on the temperance question at the M. E. church Sunday morning at eleven o'clock. AH invited to attend. The Ladies Aid Society will serve lunch on Election Day, November 8th, at Woodman Hall, from 1 un til 5 o'clock. Price 15 cents. All cordially invited. Alec and Clyde McMillan arrived Monday evening from British Col umbia, after a year's absence, for a visit with their old Toledo friends. When laying in supplies give the Racket a call and get prices before buying elsewhere. Ben Graves was down from Elk City Sunday. of blooded Jeiseycows which he will keep on his place on the Upper De poe. Donald MeOrogor, representing the Pacific Northwest, who judged the fruits at the last county Fair, is again in this city in the interest of his farm paper. office Notice To Hunters. All hunters are warned not to hunt on the land of the undersigned, at Mill Four, or they will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Joseph Rloweh. MM Lost. A gold adjustable Carmen 1 raee let. Probably on walk between R. R. track and Akin's store. Reward. EUDKLLE B ETHERS, For Sale Speckled Guinea Eggs for sale, $1 25 for fifteen. L. F. Pepin, Chitwood, Oregon. Wanted We have acuscomer for a ranch near Toledo. Write us what you have, giving size, price and terms in first letter. Bechtki, & BYNON, Salem, Or. Get Your Winter Apples Now. From 300 to 400 bushels on ground . Baldwins, Northern Spies and Spit- zenlitrgs, 25 cents per bushel, or 50 cents per sack, sewed. Come and get them. C. L. Green, On McCluskey Farm. An Hour On horseback is good exercise. We have well-gaited saddle horses for ladies and gentlemen. Toledo Livehy & Sale Stables. Wanted to Buy Young cows and any kind of heifers. Apply to J. Makosodi, Winant, Or. For Sale Registered Shropshire ram, from the famous Ladd stock farm. Apply to P. A. Miller, Pioneer, Oregon. Farms Wanted. Having opened up a real estate office in Toledo, we would like to have anyone who bus farm or city property for sale to call and list it with US. ClIHISTOPlIKH tfc Cuosno. For Saie One Jersey bull, 3 years old, gen tle; can show as good calves as any in the county. Also some nice Jer sey calves. Call on or address CHARLES Allen, Elk City, Or. Angora Goats Wanted to buy, any amount of Angora goats. Apply to J. Mahoson, Winant, Or. School Book Notice The profit lH'ing so small on school books it compells us to ask you for the Cash. School lxx)ks are old to us on a cash basis, so we will ask the same of you. Toledo Drug Co. 1 m Order Your Wood Now Slab wood, $2 per cord. Block wood, $2 per load. lti-inch dry slab, 82.50 per load. Delivered within four blocks of the mill. Both phones. J. Rattey. . . Apple Trees. I have G0O0 good, home-grown apple trees whice I am closing out at greatly reduced prices. Samples of stock at Romtvedt Bros., the real estate men, in Toledo. Leave orders with Romtvedt or address L. F. Pepin, Chitwood, Or.