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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, 7RIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th, 1916. 5C BAGS IOC CARTONS BuTTERKlST i! The Crackling White Popcorn With the TOASTY FLAVOR The kind you see advertised in your national magazine It Is automatically popped, buttered and toasted to a orisp 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 Copi, Think of Butter-Kist and Come to . Al Waugh's AT NATATORIUM BLDG. Nye Creek, Ore. FRED SALVAGE Sales Manager. See It Made ca This Human-Like Butter-Klst Machine LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER F, N. HAYDEN, Publisher OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER Entered at Toledo, Oregon postofflce, Established Twenty-Two Years Ago. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES One Year, in advance $1.60 Six Months, In advance 75 Three Months, In advance 60 Phone 7003 Peterson Hardware Co. HEADQUARTERS FOR Builder's Hardware Steel Ranges Sporting Goods Heating and Cook Stoves Tin and Granite Ware Plows and Harrows Aluminum, Good for 15 years AUTO ACCESSORIES Astoria Pay increasas affect ing nearly GOO men in the employ of the North Bank sys tem are announced, the In creases ranging from 5 to 10 per cent or former salary allowances elective for August. ' -Roseburg News The stopp ing of all train service in this country will be felt vastly more than the blockading of our coast by a foreign enemy, for in the' latter case we can subsist on our own resources for an indef inite length of time, carrying to every, part of the country ths supplies needed there, and tak ing their surplus where it could ibest be used, but with rcil service done away with, the two coasts would again be months apart. Albany Herald After giving their hearty sympathy to the rail road men in their fight for an eight hour day, millions of our housewives would probably be pleased to see their hours re duced to twelve. ,... Bend Bulletin The common I people who in the end must pay me price, may wen give the so called People's Land & Loan Measure careful consideration until election day and ther.,give it the "once over". . ' 1(3 i JOHN SO HAtt " ' i HI W ADMmiVOa,TION BLOCI -lilMIM llimM M With nrw builfltncs, bettor equipment, nn4 mnny addition to no faculty, the unlverUy of Oregon will begin 1U foi'ty-f trot year, Tue dny, September IS, 1916. bpecltil training In Commerce, Journalism, Architecture, Law, Medici ne.Tenrlilng, Libra ry Work, Munlc, Phynlciil Training mid Fine Art. Large and, strong deuartnienU of Liber al Kitucatlon. Llbrury of more than 69,000 vol u men, fif teen building! fully qulpied two splendid grmnanlunti. Tuition Free Dormitories for men and for women. Ex panne Lowest Write for f reecatalogt, add retting Registrar UNIVERSITY OF OREGON KIIOKNE, ORKOON r v I A. -Ml IK I iinl V NtVfUCATtONAL a BUM OINO fl . .At The Merchants, Meals 35c. Satisfaction guaranteed. is spent in other states. , The best Meal in the county The lumber nulls in Baker are for 35c, at the Merchants. '"1 "ii v y thousands of do1" visiting the first of the week with lars mommy. his -cousin, Joel Booth. Portland shipyards have or- ' ders for two more steel vessels. Mrs. A. C. Clark departed for Myrtle Creek voted $21,000 Amity Wednesday, morning to bonds to provide light and water visit with friends and relatives. Synu mii, r.nnAn, Royal and Aileen Dunn are .na i enrolled as students, in the To- OUR NEW GOODS Are now here. We have Men's and Boy's 8uts, Dress Shirts, Sweaters, Neckwear, Fine Shoes for Men, Women and Children. Come in and see W. P. flcGEE ANDREWS BUILDING TOLEDO, OREGON tt OREGON INDUSTRIAL Cost of state ' experimental farms is becoming a big Item. Each county wants oae. Some one has a piece of land to Bell the state. Then there are edu cated people who want a state job. - Ten Mile, Coos Countv. lotrz- $ ing plant opens Operations to run tour years. Cottage Grova men would' es tablish broccoli industry. miter county is errectin fif teen new steel bridges. wonroe getting a $2,000 grain warehouse. lioaruman a new eastern firm wishes to locate plant in Oregon. Kenton Swift Packing In terests spending $150,000 packing plant. Gold .Hill Dave Good picked up 52 ounce gold nugget. With the increasing wave of experiments in initiative legis lation in recent years, the ten dency has grown to knife nearly every such measure at the polls. o NEW NEWPORT ROAD IS GOOD The new Newport road around Pioneer mountain, recently conv ledo high school this term Chas. Samuels returned Wed- on ! nesday evening from Hood River where he has been the past Sum mer. Do you enjoy a portion of real sugar cured bacon for your breakfast? Fredericks Quality Store has that kind. Miss Thelma. Hoeflein of Ya quina is again attending High School here, coming and going' on the train each day. Erllng BrautI is continuing his studies In the T. ri. S. this year coming up from Moody pleted, is reported to be in good 00h mnm,lXc ,t shape by Sherman Hayes, of the evening tho Overland agency, who re- turned over the road yesterday. Mrs Pennington and daughter, He advises autoiBts to NewDorti001"11"16- departed Wednesday to take this new road. Mr. Haven morning for Portland, from mad 3 the trip in six hours and states that though the road Is narrow the grade is good. He went over the old road to New port. Eugene Register. ; o f The White Corner Store Gives a few Quotations Beans Small White, Per lb. 9V2c. Lare White, Per lb. 9c. Pink, 3 lbs. for 25c. Limas."3 lbs. for 25c. Bayos, 3 lbs. for 25c. Red, 3 lbs. for 25c. , Head Rice, 3 lbs. for 25c. Jap Style Rice, 14 lbs. for $1.00 Can Corn, per Can, 10c. Can Tomatoes per Can 10c. . Phone BOOS R. S. VAN CLEVE M" BOND ELECTION- FAILS The election held last Tuesday to vote upon i:.e issuance of more bonds for the repair of the water system resulted in a de feat for both measures. The first measure which was a meas ure to provide $9,000 for the changing of the water pipe from the tide land to the mainland lost Oregon town with, a promising ;by one vote and the measure to future. provide for refundirie SG.OOO lost St. Helens Auditorium build-i by six votes. The vote waa iug going up on fair grounds. liRht, just an even hundred votes which place the former will re turn to her home at Clarksville. Arkansas, and the latter will re turn to Monmouth where she will attend Normal School this winter. Marriage licenses were issued this week as follows: Franklin FOUND Ladies brooch or pendent. Owner can have same by calling at this office. ' o , NOTICE From' Sept. 1st, meals at Merchants are 35 and 50c. Meal tickets 21 meols $5.00 O : ' FOR SALE CHEAP Horse and saddle in good con dition, gentle and true to work, weight 1000 pounds, age 8 years old Enquire of Frank Huntsucker, Bay View, Ore. - o CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to all our dear friends who so kindly assisted us during the illness, death and burial of our beloved husband and father. Mrs. L. Branch and Family, o CHURCH NOTES Attendance at the M. E. Church last Sunday owing to the rain was lass than usual. The. Ladles Aid Society held its regular monthly meeting in the Church parlors Tuesday afternoon. A good attendance is reported. Sermon topics for next Sun day are: morning service, "Tho- Joy of Giving." Evening service. "Character Building", patriot ism as Interpreted by Dr. Hale in The Man Without a Country. Sunday School at 10 A. M. F. H. WALTERS MUSIC HOUSE Announcement ' , I wish to announce that owing to my accepting a position with, . a large music hous I was unable B. Sheffield, aged 20, of Newport i to continue my regular tunlne and Miss Emma Heloise Rohrer, trips; established two years ago, aged 19 also of Newport. John in this city. W. Davenport, aged 19, of Elk I have now opened a complete City, and Miss Lucy Katherine : music Store In Corvallis with a I rr-&Wtt Water' Front Meat Market J. L. Demitt, Prop. Toledo in I Fresh and Cuicd Ments CremiuTy Hutter ' I buy all my ltont. Mutton anil I'orlf from the lornl nini licrs, and I pay tho Mclit'Rt mnrkr-t prlco delivered at my shop. I pay the highest market price for hldjij and polls. WATER FRONT, TOLEDO, OREGON Linn County will nave 200 miles county highways in five years. The S. P. Co. spends eleven millions building a railroad to Coos Bay. The forest reserves return $78,000 to the state for roads. The $78,000 probably cost the state $780,000. Paisley to use native stone for new school building. Sutherlln 100 nersons Pm. ployed at fruit evaporating plant. Or-jgc-i City Star theatre will orect $30,000 playhouse. Row burg Two Portland firms have bids on the Kendall railroad. Cold Ili.l ' N'cws "WliiMiovor 1 we have a great national strike, jibe it railroad or otherwise, the rumr.un peopio ore always the goats and their bleat j of distress L INCOLN C OUNTY B (INCORPORATED) TOLEDO. OREGON DOES A GENERAL' BANKING BUSINESS DIRECTORS , v 0. E. HAWKINS WM. SCA11TH C O. HAWKINS Interest en Tims Deposit being cast.- In voting these measures down the voters rebuked the council, as it wa3' only after months of argument and study that the council decided to ask the voters for this money, be lieving it to be too the best in terests of the city. The pipe line is In a precarious condition and will have to be changed Boon or the city will be without water. The money for this move will either come from the sale of bonds, or a special tax levy will have to be made to obtai'.i the necessary funds. o BIDS WANTED Martjn, aged 17. of Tolodo Ellsworth M. Burke, aged 24, of ureat Falls. Mont., and Miss Lar Ine Belle Wright, aged 21, Newport. Good things in the market: Green Com, Asparagus Beans (are somothir' new), Home ull line of Pianos, Player Pianos. Organs, Talking Machines, Sheet Music and Everythine of Musical, and will now continue my twice a year tuning trips t Toledo. To those of my patrons with wnom I established a yearly bus- Grown Celery, Home Grown To- ,'ness I will give one free tuning mis coming spring. F. H. Walters, Tuner of Pianos at O.A.C. matoes. Sweet Potatoes. Sweet Bell Peppers, Caulillower. Bch. Carrots, Beets and Turnips. Cab bages, uucumberB, Head Lettuce and Large Sweet Spanish On ions. Malaga drapes, Tokay Grapes, Extra Fancy Bartlett Pears, Gravenstein Apples, Ba nanas, Oranges, Lemons, Italian Prunes, Egg Plums, Fancy Peaches. Fredericks Quality Store can supply you with any of the above articles. Scaled bids for moving the County Fair Building from " its nresent site to hi p-rnnrwi are comibteiuly Ignored by both , bought by the city and leased to ... tue air Hoard, will be rerelved Bandon Western World Coos1 bv the Fair Board until fPn county tax collections Increased J o'clock Monday the 18th day of from l!Hi4 to 1915 from $110,286 Sept. 1916. f J. S. AKIN The Dry Goods Man HAS A FULL LINE Ladles' and Gent's Furnishings, Crochet and Eiubrolderle Materials A full lino of JL'WELUY which ia Guurau'ccd. The Board reserves the right to reject any or nil bids. Address Secretary of Fair Board, Toledo, Oregon, o SCHOOL AT WALDPORT TO BE STANDARDIZED Waldport, Or., Sept. 3. Wald port's High school will be stand ardized. A special school meet ing was held Thursday afternoon for the purpose of voting a spec ial 5-rulll tax for the purchase Of necessary equipment and thj result was a unanimous vote in favor of the tax. It was also de cided by the voters to include chemestry in the courso of Btudy. The school board Is expecting a number of students from other A......- .11. 1 I A MarshfMd-Boulder , Creek !i":,V:,""irB ,ie" JD?..in. er . I Kin! y l,ort- That our n,h 8ch001 18 K rw,.,. bringing good results Is shown Jcu f-r -wmT,tf of desert EM? rlTlJ a v sia asa vra kiiitiii us n uivii t ino 8 successfully pussod Inations at -Journal to f 40'.),527, S00 per cont. State taxes Increased from i20.807 to ANK ;$90,081 In 1913. For 1914 State iuA ncuL uuwu i u uo,u(i, ana T 1J15 tO $30,&(4. t Work on Sutherlln, Coos Bay Z and Eastern railroad resumed. Portland Auton Huth, Taco ma, to erect 6-story building here. Lents gets $8,000 business building 85 by 90 feet. Portland American Can Co., taking bids on $250,000 factory on Railroad Avenue. Milwaukee Clackamas high way to be paved. There was but one bidder for the franchise over the interstate bridge at Vancouver the P. R, L. & P. Co. The traction com pany Is not offering much ow ing to Jitney competition. i innrna - iicm ill i u uaiiu, ill mjiiiu nilf Sied to complete them Is $54,611.- .rC nnTnVZ. .inn - ,i n n , (ne entrance exam! ,000. There are 2.000.000 acreB ... ., roi1(, i0r of so-called desert land In the e toiitge. Jour stats which may be reclaimed T . m ... . to ivirnisn nonica ior many peo ple. But the troiili'c Is. Oregon's share of the reclalination fund iteguinr mcai3 use, commer cial meals GOc, meal tickets 21 meals $5.00 at the Merchants. "Vhnt Congress has done concerning a G overnmeni Armor Plant and what people are thinking about it". tmt lt4 la Editorial Lomm.nl Ttiii U the title of a boolltt c have prrpatcd. We ehall be glad to send copy free to any one Interested. Bethlehem Steel Co. South Bethlehem, Pa. M.,T.TT, B. F. JONES Attorney-At-Law Newport, - - Oregon Will Practice In All the Court o t'DW. J. CLARK Attorney at Law Toledo- . Oregon FOR SALE Two cows, one In good shapo for beef and the other one good milk cow. Address: T. Kurtichanov, Chilwocd. Oregon. o . W. E. GWYNN Attorney-nt-Law and Notary Public Newport, Oregon Ml? Bat 31 FISH BRAND REFLEX SLICKER Keeps out all the wci DEALERS EVERYWHERE Waterproofs, 'VCWrJ Absolute, J1 arv Akrkod iJius A(2Wo A J. TOWER CO. BOSTON V 7 FOR RENT Three husekeeping rooms, partly furnished; city water, on business street In Toleldo. $5.00 per month. Enquire at this of. flee. FINAL REPORT OF ADMINISTRATOR Notice of Time and Place of Hearing in the County Court of the State of in .92,n'..f0r V", Count of Lincoln. In the Matter of the Estate of Bernard Friar. Deceased. mI1'0. '1 !"'rebjr flven tht C. H. flUH hi! emln.lilral0r 0f ald "tat. nied his flnal account and report here- ' und Tu'",daJ, 11,8 6th. y of Sep. tembw, li6. t 9:00 o'clock A. M. of thl rnLBt.',he County r"url ro"n rnnJi'n To,,'''' County. Drpirnn lm hn,n n .. ' llr. . .lho rnftI -'count of the nd 'mlnlHtrator herein and .niiom.A .V.ir,.f,1 "nd tnl notice) Is published pursurntto an ordot dulr nmde on Aug. 29.1.. m. directing tho same to be publlKlird In the "Mnroln mmZV ttil"r"' Any "Wontlon. IS ssld nnnl account and scttlPmpnt thore. uhn7,.1?,,M, on r bcrr8 II. Chick. Adminifuriuur. E. H. Whitfield, Attorney for administrator.