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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, FRIDAY, JUNE 9th, 1916
t Util i 5C BAGS IOC CARTONS ;! BUTTERKlST The Crackling White Popcorn With the TOASTY FLAVOR LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER F. N. HAYDEN, Publisher OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER Entered at Toledo, Oregon postofflce, Established Tweuty-Two Years Ago. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES One Year, m advance $1.50 Montlis. In advance .76 Three Months, In advance 60 Phone 7003 The kind you see advertised In your national magazine It Is automatically popped, buttered and toasted to a crisp that makes your mouth water. It Is untouched by human hands It is made only on the BUTTER-KIST MACHINE. It Is sold in butter-proof bags and cartons Only pure creamery butter Is used When You Think of Pop Corn, Think of Butter-Kl6t and Come to Al WauglVs See It Made on This Human-Like Butter-Klst Maohlne l' rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtTTTTTT1 Peterson Hardware Co. HEADQUARTERS FOR, 6uiiaer' Hardware Steel Ranges Sporting Goods Heating and Cook Stoves i Tin and Granite Ware Plows and Harrows Aluminum, Good for 15 years AUTO ACCESSORIES OUR NEW GOODS Are now here. Wa have Men's and Boy's Suits, Dress Shirts, Sweaters, Neckwear, Fine Shoes for Men, Women and Children. Come In and see W. P. hcGEE BANK BUILDING TOLEDO, OREGON iiiiiiiiiilltltlf'' 1 1 1 1 n " ' TTTTTTTTTT GET ALL YOUR WANTS AT The White Corner Store In Groceries Dry Good3 Notions Crochet Threads Flour and Feed Crochet Hooks VViero You Get The Bast At Lowest Prices Phone 9005 R. S. VAN CLEVE Water' Front Meat Market J J. L. Demitt, Prop. Fresh and Cuied Meats. Toledo X Creamery Hutter I buy all my beef, Mutton and Pork from the local ranchers, and I pay the highest market price delivered at my shop. I pay the highest market price for hides and pelts. WATER FRONT, TOLEDO, OREGON Pr. Carter is up rom Newport, today. N. C. Nelson was down from FAk City Wednesday. Elivxi' Ilorr.ing drove to Otter Rock last Sunday. . Paris Parks of Elk City had business in the city Wednesday. ' Mrs. Hoffman of Elk City, was in the city Wednesday evening, j Ivjrs. W, T. Bail is visiting with I Mrs. Geo. Miller at Siletz. I Postmaster A. B. Clark was down from Elk Wednesday. L. C. Smith of Newport was in the city Tuesday. Joe Whidred was over from the Agency Wednesday. Anton Martinson of Tidewater was in the city this week. Ches Morrison was down from Elk City Wednesday. J. U. Hawkins the Siletz saw- ntlllman was in the city Wednes day, . s Oscar Peterson and Joe Park I'hurst were up from Newport Wednesday. Chas. Sevcrson and Wm. Darnley bad buoiness In town Wednesday. ' Arthur. Nye and , Jay Dunn killed a black bear' north of town yesterday. Chicago has two conventions today Toledo' has one Chica go ain t got much to brag about. L. A. Hulburt of Corvallis i3 in the city today looking for a farm to. rent. Bora td Mr", and Mrs. A. L. Davies in this city, Thursday, June 8th, a seven pound boy. Chas. Vanderpool or Newport is in the city today attending the socialist convention. Editor Cook of the Waldport Watchman is in attendance at the Socialist convention here today. John Lloyd returned Tuesday evening from a visit to Portland and Albany. Coming Next week Special Six reel Submarine picture, at the Dime" Theatre in this city. J. M. Stone, road supervisor in the Taft district, was In the cltv this week. W. C. Weber, Lloyd Parks, Lot Powell and Newt Guilliams of the Beaver Creek country were in the city Wednesday. Wm. Simpson was down from Elk City Wednesday. J. II. Van Orden of Elk City had business i.i the city this week. S. B. Ports returned last cveiv ing from Portland. lie was ac companied by his mother who lives ia the east. Mrs. Chas. King and children arrived from Falls City last even ing for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Starr. Miss Rachel Carson went to Portland Saturday morning where she expects to remain this summer and attend night school. Wm. Graham was a passenger for the Valley Saturday morning. Mr. Graham expects to have an auto truck here about tomorrow. Owing to the mill and logging camps having closed down it has been decided to call off the celebration here the 4th. o Li C INCOLN WOUNTY DANK i B (INCORPORATED) TOLEDO, OREGON DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DIRECTORS C. E. HAWKINS WM. hCAUTH C. O. HAWKINS Interest on Time Deposit MIIHMlMHIIIIIIMIMKnillHIHMHMHHHH G. L. PERKINS Shoemaker and Haireci Repairer Hill Street TOLEDO, OREGON j NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for the County of Lincoln, e In the matter of the estate of raer A. I Miller, deceased. Notice la hereby Riven that the un 1 dorwlKned, administratrix of the estate e 'of I'aor A. Miller, deceased, has filed" 0 ,ht nnal Account as such admlnls- jtmtrlx with the Clerk of the above- FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE " c"urt. thai the Judge of aid Court has fixed Monday, July 3rd Two medium weight horBos t ten o'clock in the forenoon for heavy draft team, want same ' tll",7.of' t,h" v?"nJy, CoM room in lor farm work exwet to iav V.' (.!,urt "T1"? In Tol,'d. "regon. as ior larni rK, export to pay , tlIne ,,, plnc, of hwir, ohJo(.t. reasonable difference; also one ions to mid Final Account, should any ingle horse for exchange for there be. one weighing about 1000; aluo w or May. im. .... mane innier AdtnlnlHtrntrlx of the estate of I'acr A. Miller, deceased. even good milk rows. Address Mr. Stein, Klk City. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS The City of Toledo, Oregon, will re ceive sealed bids for the following des cribed street improvement la the City of Toledo: (1) Grade and plank that portion of Second Street in said City botween tho east Bid's of the Intersection thereof with Hilt Streot and the west side of the Intersection tlioreot with Qraham Street. (2) Grade and plank that portion of Seventh Street, beginning 25 feet west of the west side of the Intersection ) hereof with Hill Street end extending west a, distance or 125 feet, planking now on said street to be taken up and removed from the Street. (3) Grade and-plank that portion of Fourth Street between tho west side of the Intersection thereof with Qraham Street and the center of the Intersec tion thereof with Grove Street, except the east 100 feet thereof and the south half of that portion of said Fourth Street In front of and adjacent to Lot 1 and the west 29 feet of Lot 2 In block 8, In Graham's Fifth Addition. Craria and plank that portion of the south halt ol Fourth street In front of and adja cent to lots 6 and 6 In block s!x Grah am's Fifth Addition, the planking now on said street where said Improvement Is to bp made to bo Uiken up and re moved from the street. Kids may bo submitted for any por tion or said work, and must he In ac cordance with plans now on file In the nfT.re of City Itecorder. nnd miiiit li ; filed with the City Ilwnnlor on or bo ifore Mnnrisy June 19th, 1918, at 8 lly Order of the Common Council. F. N. Hayden, City Recorder. t:.. E wnWf.v.n R'S. KM li PAH S-r1,irfi Prince; Albert gives smokers such delight, because its flavor is sc different and so delightfully good; it can't bite your tongue ; . . , it can't parch your throat; you can smoke it as long and as hard as you like without any comeback but real tobacco hap piness! On the reverse side of every Prince Albert package you will read : ' PROCESS PATENTED JULY 30th, 1907" That means to you a lot of tobacco en joyment. Prince Albert has always beea sold without coupons or premiums. We; prefer to give quality I 31 the national joy smoke CnvrriffM 1111 fcy ft J. IteyniildJ TtJtiaccw Co. in goodness and in pipe satisfaction is all we or its enthusi astic friends ever claimed for it! y'OU'LL, And t chry howdy-do on tap no mmttttr how much of trarfer you are in tho nock of the woods you drop into. For, Pnncm JUbmrt it riAM therm t tho first plaom you oeen thmt II tobacco ! Thr tonov red bug telle for ntckml and the tidy red tin for m dime; thmn thorm'e the hand- tome pound and half-pound tin humidora and the pound cry t al-file ea humidor wttn apongo-moiatmnar top that Mmpa tnm to bmoco in much bang-up trim alt-the- tunot It answers every smoke desire you or anv other man ever had! It is s cool and fragrant and appealing to your smokeappetite that you will get chummy with it in a mighty short time I t Will you invest 5c or 10c to prove out our say so on the national joy smoke? R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winton-Salem, N. C, TOBACCO IS PBtTAaCD iFORSMOXERSlMDEKTHE ! 'PSOCKS DISCOVERED IN MAKING EXPERIMENTS TO !l PRODUCE THE MOST Dfr tllGHTFULANDWHOU-j ' SOME TOBACCO FOR CIG1- FiV'i'WihstonSaUm.HCU$I : D OES NOT BITE THE TpHbUE Tkb b th mm dim tl Hm Prinea Albrt tidr mi Uo. Rd Uus " Painted Piani" tD-yo and mIIm wkal II mmm la asakiat Priau Albart ao mch. to ruf bUns. Bulletin No. 2 Why We Are Opposing A Government Armor Plant To the People: Some people say that the very fact that the Bethlehem Ptccl Company is so ajrpressively fighting the proposal to build a Government armor plant is conclusive proof that the Company is seeking to assure for itself the "vust profits" derived from private manufacture. The fact is that armor making is the least profitable feature of steel manufacture. a . a The reason we oppose a Government plant is very simple. It is this: Even though there is but little profit in the making of armor, wc have invested over - $7,000,000 in our armor plant; That plant is useless for any other purpose; if a Government plant is built the useful ness of our plant is destroyed. (. It would be pood business for us to mahc armor for tho Govern ment at any price over and above the actual shop cost, RATHER THAN SACRIFICE OUR ENTIRE INVESTMENT. , 1 ' We do not seek to save big profits; our purpose is very frankly to save our armdr plant itself built solely for the use of the Government from going to the scrap heap. To do that, we are prepared to aprrc for any period to any term of manufacture which the Federal Trade Commieslon shall sny absolutely protects the Government of the United States. CIIAS. M. SCHWAB. Chalraaa tUGENK O. GRACE, Praaldaot Bethlehem Steel Company Alec McMillan and Clarence Ofstedahl autocd to Albany In the tatter's machine Wednesday. They went as delegates to the Masonic Grand Lodge In session In that city. The Leader job department is getting out the posters for a big celebration to be held at Taft the 4th of July. All are Invited to attend and are promised a good time. A crew of surveyors have been in tbe field this week surveying a line for a railroad from Siletz to Toledo via Olalla . It Is ru mored that this Is to be an elec tric road and will utilize the water power in the Siletz river to generate Julco. Complaint has been made to the County Court by the rail road company that children have been piling rocks on the railroad track. In one instance they made such a pile in the middle of the track that the train was com pelled to stop while the crew re moved the rocks. Parents should caution their children not to do this as it might result In a serious wreck. Vance Cline and Tonl Genini of Eddyville made proof on their homesteads before County Clerk Howell Tuesday. Miss Maude Miller went to Portland the first 'of the week for a visit with friends and to take in the Rose Show. E. T. Raddant of Upper Farm was in the city the first of the week, going to Portland yester day morning. - We are In receipt of the first issue of the Shedd Monitor a newsy little five column paper which was born laet Friday. J. E. Davis, formerly of this city, is editor of the paper, and I.. W. Gill la assisting him in Ita pub lication. The following subscriptions have been received this week: E. C. Montgomery, Toledo; E. A. Hall, Pedmont; Ted McElwaln, Toledo; John Lloyd, Siletz; Ar thur French, Taft; F. R. Weaver, Toledo; D. B. Stuart, Toledo; Arthur Bensell, Siletz. PIANO FOR'SALE Good Instrument, in first class condition. Cheap. See R. E. Collins, Toledo, Or. The Supreme Court has Just affirmed the decision of the Cir cuit Court which latter court affirmed the decision of former Judge John Fogarty in the Lucy iMien itoweu will case. Judge Fogarty held that Mrs. Rowell was insane when she made the will and the two higher courts nave suBtainea Ms decision, which is quite a feather In Mr. Fogarty's cap. o WELL CHILDREN ARE , ACTIVE If your child ia dull, nale fret ful and Wants to 11a nmnnri thn chances are it is suffering from worms. Kickapoo Worm Killer. a pleasant candy confection, liked by all children is what your child needs. You only give one half to one lozenge at a time and you get immediate results. Every mother should have a box on hand. 25c. at all druggists. o For Sale three good sightly level lots within four blocks of depot. Good building lots. Will S. Nor wood, Corvallis.