I live in & do historical research in Lincoln County. Five Rivers is a large area getting its name from the five rivers running through it (e.g. Crab Creek)which I believe are tributaries of the Alsea River. The road up to the Five Rivers area is at about the 27 mile marker on the Alsea River Highway between Alsea and Waldport. The area was part of the Siletz Indian Reservation as of 1856, the Alsea Subagency, but was "thrown open for homesteading" (i.e. stolen from the Indians) and the Alsea Indians forced to move to the north part of the county, in 1875. Fisher became a community when a mill was built there, probably focusing on the spruce used in WWI airplanes, and perished with the mill, though there are still many rural residents of the area, who receive their mail out of the Tidewater, Oregon post office, delivered by rural mail carrier.In the time period you speak of, the closest community by the roads of the day was Alsea, which is across the county line in Benton County.My husband's family lived at Fall Creek (a few miles closer to Alsea) and the only news of them I've found published was in the Lincoln Leader out of Toledo, Oregon. It was a weekly then, and is preserved on microfilm at the Oregon Historical Society in Portland, at the Toledo Oregon Public Library, at the University of Oregon in Eugene, and at the University of California Berkely.There may be other copies as well.It is unindexed, and some stretches are missing. There usually was a correspondent from each community who wrote in the news of the day e.g. "So-and-so took oats down to the market today and visited his mother."There was no uniform reporting of obituaries in that paper until decades later, but often an unexpected death of a community member would get mentioned. Occasionally it would be newsworthy enough to make it to page 1 (though much of that page was reserved for advertisements!).Since they didn't believe in headlines, you have to skim the entire 4-page paper for weeks to find what you want. Not to be discouraging, but there's no easy solution that I've found and have the crick in my neck to prove it! If I'm over at Toledo I'll make a note to look for you a bit. I checked the book "At Rest in Lincoln County", which contains a list of burials in all of the cemeteries (even obscure rural ones) in the county, but it doesn't seem to stretch south of the Alsea River and the Tidewater cemetery.I found no Daymudes or Hansens in the Tidewater cemetery listings. I believe that the Lincoln County Historical Society in Newport, Oregon has some homestead records; if not you could try the Oregon Historical Society in Portland, Oregon. Or the Lincoln County Courthouse in Newport. That's where the tax lot maps are. Good luck.