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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17th, 1916. There is a Real Difference Cream of tartar, derived from grapes, is used in Royal Baking Powder because it is the best and most healthful ingredient known for. the purpose. Phosphate and alum, which' are' de rived from mineral sources, are used in some baking powders, instead of cream of tartar, because, they are, cheaper. If you have been induced to use baking powders made from alum or phosphate, ' use Royal Baking Powder instead. You will be pleased with the results ' and the difference in the quality of the food. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York A Child if you give it our Ready Mix ed colors in any desired Bhadtv. It is simply satisfac tory from every standpoint, easy to spread and it covers pny surface well and thor oughly. . It a durable proper, ties a re-well known and so is its brilliancy. Made of pure white lead and linseed oil and every color well ground. We sell it at popular prices. TOLEDO DRUG COMPANY L. R. BATEMAN BATEMAN & BATEMAN COMPLETE HOME FURNISHER UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES Would be glad to show you stock, and will order for you if you do not find just what you wish. FREDERICKS QUALITY STORE OFFERS YOU THE BEST LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY CROCERIES IN LINCOLN COUNTY 0 WE ARE fi t iSFIED WITH A UECENT PROFIT P. Frederick VVAUGH'S MARKET FRESH AND CURED MEATS riSH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON Honest Tri -cTald !t Hides LESTER WAUGH, Prop. CLEAR BAD SKIN FROM WITHIN Pimply, muddy complexions ce due to Impurities in the Wood. Clear . up the skin by taking Dr. King's New Life Puis, Their mild laxative qualities re move the poisons from the sys tem and brighten the eye. A full, free, non-gripping bowel move' ment in the morning is the re -ward of a dose of Dr. King's New LK Pills the night before, M your Druggist, 2Dc. , R. 1). BURGESS I11YSIC1AN AND SURGEON ' 7vU4o, Oregon Office In OfstedaM Building. Offlc : 10 to II a. .; l U 4 and 7 to I y a. Emergency calls a: aay Unit. Pti9M WS rTTTTTTTTTf TTTtTftTfTTl can Paint AINT 4. E. R. BATEMAN t T T ; I J X I I 4t 4 I -.T.-l.-l.- " , IWwVi' araimjdaijsccms REFLEX SLICKER' 3, A.J.Towir CoBosTOd STOP THE FIRST COLD , A cold does not get well of it self. The process of wearing out a cold wears you out, and your cough becomes serious if neglected. Hacking coughs drain the energy and Bap the vitality. For 47 years the happy combination of soothing anti septic balsams In Dr. King's New Discovery has healed coughs and relieved congestion. Young and old can testify to the effect Iveness of Dr. King's New Dii covery for coughs and colds. Buy a bottle today at your Drug OFFICIAL RETURNS coin county makes but tew changes from the unofficial re sult as gathered by the Leadei and published last week Th returns we got from Pacific pre cinct were wrong nearly alto gether, but otherwise, those pub lished were quite accurate. We give herewith the official count as made by the canvassing Alsea: . ..,. . Port of Ateea Officers J. '1 Ludemann. and J. W. Walker' Alsea Precinct Constable, Andrew Kent. Beaver Creek Precinct jus tice of the Peace, Geo. Selby; uonstaDie, v. u MCFarland. : Bawiew Precinct Justine .T B. Briggs; Constable, Andrew SI- monson. Big Elk Precinct Constable, Chas. Cator. Devils Lake Precinct Justice, u. Li. King; constable, Frank Murray. , Elk City Precinct Constable, ,(J. Li. Morrison. ! Fiv3 Rivers Precinct Consta ble. F. V. Cox. I Little Elk Precinct Justice, in. A. Harris; Constable, Edw. Mauch. . Nashville Precinct Justice, J. B. Cummings; Constable, Earl Davis. Newport District Constable, Frank Wheoler. Rock Creek Precinct Justice, Geo. Ilorsfall; Constable, Lester Porter. Kern Precinct Justice, A. L. French; Constable, B. A. Field ing. Rose Lodge Precinct Jus tice, Roy D. Leonard; Constable, Clyde McMillen. Siletz Precinct Constable, Al Lane. Yoledo District Justice, C. K. Crosno; Constable, Fred Tay lor. Tidewater Precinct Justice, T r . r ' 1 iwy luciMiiun. Yachats Precinct Justice, F. M. Roberts; Constable, J. K. Ber ry. Yaquina Precinct Justice, W. C. Fischer; Constable, Ira Branch. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Hill 68 8 11 13 9 45 16 13 26 81 34 43 49 92 84 22 14 16 19 27 24 Parrlsh Schwarti Alsea Bayvlew Beaver Creek Big Elk Devils Lake Elk City Five Rivers Kern Little Elk Nashville 38 10 26 21 2 9 1 9 23 6 13 2 14 36 25 6 13 15 2 17 0 288 96 19 22 SI 40 65 19 40 63 43 98 136 "157 118 61 35 26 72 29 31 27 1207 Newport Nye Creek ' Pacific North Toledo South Toledo I Hook Creek none Lodge I Slleti Tidewater Yaquina Vachats Total 653 FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT R. P. Goln, Republican has a total of 1702. FOR COUNTY TREASURER Drake Wade AUea 63 126 Rayvlew g 27 Boaver Creek 12 41 Big Elk lg 47 Devils Lake 9 45 Elk City If 93 Five Rivers 8 22 Kern 14 47 Llrtle Elk 23 77 NbpIivIIIb 6 63 Newport 18 122 Nye Creek 10 152 Pacific 22 184 North Toledo 44 198 South Toledo 38 121 Rock Creek 10 .66 Roge Lodge 18 33 Slleti .8 94 Tidewater 6 40 Yaquina 21 61 Yachats 6 46 I Total Sti 1694 FOR COUNTY CLERK Howell Slyh Alsea 123 69 Rayvlew 23 14 Beaver Creek 43 13 Bis Elk 62 12 Devils Lake 46 7 Elk City 103 10 Five Rivera 81 3 Kern 62 I Little Elk 75 , 28 Nashville 6S 13 Newport 118 14 Nya Creek 161 11 Pacific 171 41 North Toledo 191 38 SeuU Toledo 182 83 Rock Creek 68 5 ' Rose Lodge 36 15 Siletz 84 14 Tidewater 34 12 ' Yaquina 66 16 Yachats '40 10 Total 1685 332 S FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Butler Porter Wakef'ld Alsea ' 48 41 89 ! Bayvlew '20 1 14 Beaver Creek 31 4 23 ; Big Elk . 87 8' 20 I Devils Lake 6 19 .28 Elk City 23 48 43 ' Five Rivers 12 15 8 Kern -9 10 42. Lttle Elk 17 20 75 Nashville 2 64 14 Newport 30 ' 27 1 tl Nye Creek 16 63, 104 , Pacific 39 63 113 North Toledo 64 39 ' 134 South Toledo 65 41 67 Rock Creek 8 45 12 Rose Lodge 22 13 17 Slletx 10 36 . 68 Tidewater S 14 21 Yaquina , 23 19 31 Yachats 13 12 27 Total 491 692' 1017 FOR SHERIFF Oeer Vand'rp'l Waugh Alsea 98 39 61 Bay view 20 2 16 Beaver Creek 28 1 27 Big Elk 41 13 10 Devils Lake 33 7 15 Elk City 64 7 46 Five Rivers 17 1 17 Kern 35 9 21 Ltttle Elk 70 15 28 Nashville 36 4 41 Newport 92 18 37 Nye Creek 97 8 ' ' 79 Pacific 102 34 81 North Toledo 155 20 69 South Toledo 82 14 0 Rock Creek 45 6 16 Rose Lodge 27 11 14 Siletz 66 6 43 Tidewater 17 2 31 I Yaquina 45 19 14 Yachats 29 6 20 Total 1189 242 772 t fOR COUNTY 8URVEYOR Derrick McMillan Alsea 68 113 Bayvlew 15 22 Beaver Creek 21 33 , Big Elk 46 14 Devils Lake 30 24 Elk City 69 41, Five Rivers 20 13 Kern . 27 30 Little Elk 63 38 Nashville 37 41 Newport 34 104 Nye Creek ' 43 120 Pacific 67 146 North Toledo 75 160 South Toledo 43 120 Rock Creek " 25 37 Rose Lodge 26 19 Siletz 23 77 Tidewater 6 36 Yaquina 25 41 Yachats 13 39 Total 759 1268 FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY Hawkins Stewart ! Alsea 111 66 Bayvlew 26 10 Beaver Creek 29 24 Big Elk 38 20 Devils Lake 35 20 Elk City 79 35 Five Rivers 9 24 Kern 48 9 Little Elk 60 45 Nanhvllle 46 82 Newport 95 42 Nye Creek , 109 68 Pacific 108 107 North Toledo 1C4 74 South Toledo 100 61 Rock Creek 64 9 Rose Lodge 25 19 Sllots 71 27 Tidewater 22 22 Yaquina 43 28 Yachats 30 ' 21 ,k Total 1291 762 FOR COUNTY CORONER Carter Cook Alsea 113 71 Bayvlew 30 6 Beaver Creek 43 .7 Big Elk 44 20 Devils Lake 39 6 Elk City 87 15 Five Rivers 30 3 Kern 41 16 Little Elk 69 27 Nashville 64 14 Newport 106 30 Nye Creek . 146 19 Pacific 173 37 North Toledo 178 49 South Toledo 124 36 Rock Creek 64 5 Rose Lodge 28 21 fillets 90 11 Tidewater 29 8 Yaquina 64 20 Yachats 27 15 Tout 1557 436 AMENDMENTS This Vote i th Vote of Lincoln County Only. Single Item Veto. Yes 1162 No 440 Yes 850 No 865 Land Tax. Yes 391 No 1222 Pendleton Normal. Yes 778 No 887 Anti-Vaccination. Yes 791 No 847 Abolishing Sunday Law. Yes 1262 No 605 : Brewers Amendment. Yes 773 No 1056 Prohibition. Yes 925 No 907 Rural Credits. Yes 926 No 684 Tax Limitations. Yes 861 No 617 - . Hogs running at large. Yes 189 No 1624 '.' CONGRESSMAN Hawley 1115 Weatherford 800 ACCIDENT COMMISSION AUDITOR IS HERE "The Workmen's Compensa tion Law. is gaining , in Oregon evprv ilav " nniH Hnrnlrl A Wil- Ship Tax Exemption. 951 No 580 Negro suffrage. Yes ' J J t -, ' Y ' T il'lUUJ kins, Auditor for the State In-1.' Keady (Postmaster) Pre dustrial Accident Commission, (diet of Alsea, Five Rivera, Tide- who spent yesterday checking up firms under the law in and around Toledo. "The law has been in effect two years in July and the first year there were 5, 088 employers operating under the law, and the second year 6. 632, an increr.se of 28 per cent. And these figures have been ma terially increased th!s summer by the application of a large number of farmers to nrotect their men under th;? law. Farm- northern portion of Elk City pre ing, threshing, etc., can get pro- ; clnct beginning one-half mile tection under the law by appli- ; south of Chitwood. cation, and the larga number of (damage suits growing out of farm accidents, has caused some 200 farmers in the state to seek the state insurance, which not only protects them from such suits, but at the same time takes care of their men when accidents occur." NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT In the County Court of the State of Oregon for Lincoln County, In the matter of the Estate of Matt Stjota, Deceased, Notice la hereby given that Albert Sljota and Mike Sljota, Executers of the estate of Matt Sljota. deceased, has rendered their final account and presented the same for settlement in this Court, of their administration of aid estate, and that Thursday the 21st day of December 1916 at ten o'clock In the forenoon of said day at the County court House in Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, has been ap pointed bv the Judge of said Court for the settlement of said accounts, at which time and place any and all per sons Interested may appear and file exceptions in writing to said final ac count and rontest the same. First publication November 17th, 1916. Last publication Friday December 15th, 1916. Albert Sljota, Mike Sljota, Executors. B. F. Jones, Attorney for Executors. i i o SUMMONS In the Circuit Court of the State of Orraon for Lifecoln County. Frederick H. Wheeler, Plaintiff. VS. McCann Cut Stone Co., and F. J. Mc- Cann, Defendants. In the Name of the State of Oregon; To McCann Cut Stone Co., and F. J. M-Cp.nn and eah of you, the above named defendants: You are hereby required to appear and answer a complaint filed against you in the above entitled action on or before the, expiration of six weeks from the date of the first publication of this summons exclusive of the date of said first publication. And if you fnll so to appear and answer, for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the above entitled Court for the relief prayed for in plaintiff's Complaint, to wit: tor a Jurignmont against you In the sum of 1121.62. together with intproRt thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the lit doy of October. 1915. until pam, ana ior piain Mff'a coats and disbursements, and further for an order of the above en titled Court for the sale of the prop erty heretofore and now attached by the Sheriff of Lincoln County, Oregon, which said property is particularly dferlhed as follows: rtoelnnln at a point 48S feet snutn of the northwest corner of Section 1. Townshln 11. south of range 10 west of the Willamette MoTMlnn in L'rmln Cnuntv. Oregon, thence south 74 de grees 45 minutes east !!5 feet, thenre south 3 degrees rnst 246 feet, thence south 18 decrees 30 m'nutes west 2rt4 feet thence south 21 neirrees 46 min utes west 1309 . feet, thence south 0 degrees 45 minutes west U reet io nptlnn tine, thence orth along snld section line to place of beginning 1363 feet mora or less. This summons Is served upon you v1 publication in accordance with an or der of the Honorable R. R. Miller, County Judge of Lincoln County, Ore gon, which said order is dated tne ioiu day of November, 1916, and wnlch re quires that this summons be published in the Lincoln County Leader at least once a week for six consecutive and successive weeks, the date of the first publication of this notice being the 17th day of November, 1916. Hawkins A MeCluskey, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 0 WHO WANTS "RUSH". My Mule Foot Hog? He weighs 400 lbs.. I wish to go away and he Js too good to butcher. Sam Brassfield has his mate. Price $26. J. A. Hodges, Elk City. NEW DISTRICTS FOK.VIE.D David N. Roberg, State Health. Officer, recently while here visit ed different part3 of the county, Lividing same into districts, and appointed local registrars, in or der to comply with the state law which requires that all births and deaths must be registered, and to issue burial permits. The law provides that these matters shall be reported and therm in "heavy penalty for the evasion of same. The county has been diviriArt into ten districts, , the following gives the, number, name and boundaries of the districts, and the name of the local registrar: , No. 239. Toledo!rr R r Burgess (County Health Officer) .icuiivi ui loieao lanes in the southern part of Elk City pre- uu oinmencing one half mile south of Chttwood, and Big Elk. No.240 Newport Dr. W C Belt (City Health Officer) Prl clnct of Newport. mo. 241 Waldport William water, Yachats, Bayvlew, and ucaver creeK. No. 242 Yaquina Mrs. L. E. Casteel (Merchant) Precinct of Yaquina. No. 243 Siletz W. R. Hall (Postmaster) Precinrts of Si letz, Kemville. No. 241 Orton E. M. Fralzer (Postmaster) Rock Creek. No. 245 ChitwrtmlKinwi Pepin (Merchant) Take a in ar i . , - io. zv iMdyvIlle Mrs. Hel en Sparks (Postmistress) Pre cinct of Little Elk. No. 247 Nortons G. E. Wil- ,son (Postmaster) Western half 01 isasnviiie precinct as far as three miles east of Nortons and also its northern corner. . No. 248 Nashville C. R. GII lett (Postmaster) Eastern por tion of Nashville precinct, wulch includes three miles north, two and one-half miles west, one and one-half miles east, and two miles south. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Christian Science Services will be held at the building first door north of City Hall Sundae t n o'clock. Subject lesson sermon. All are cordially invited'. Sunday School at 10 o'clock. o SUMMONS In the Circuit Court of the 8tate of Oregon for Lincoln County. Mrs. J. o. Johnson, M. W. Johnson. O. L. Johnson, A. O. Johnson. A. H Johnson. J. S. Johnson, E. V. John son. Alma Singer. Clara Larson and Edwin Johnson, Plaintiffs VS. J. B. Johnson, Aaron Dabler; also all other persons or parties unknown, claiming any right, title, estate, lien or Interest In the real estate describ ed In the complaint herein, Defendants. To J. n. Johnson, Aaron Dabler; .ilso all other ptrsens or partie unknown. ' claiming any right, title, estate. ijon or Interest in the Kinds descrlbtd in Plaintiff's complaint. In the Name of the State of Oregon; You and each of you are hereby re quired to appear and answer the com Plaint of plaintiffs in the above en titled suit now on file In the office of the County Clerk of Lincoln Connty. Oregon, being the County and State In which the above entitled suit' la nending, In the Circuit Conrt for said County and State, on or before th date of, the last publication of thla summons, towlt: On of before th ay oi I'ocemDer, isxc; and you f"d C8ch of you are hereby notified .o jwu inn io so appear and ans wer said complaint as herein required the plaintiffs will apply to the ahov entitled Court for the relief demanded In their said contplnlnt, towlt: for a decree thnt plaintiffs are the owners Iq fee simple to following described real uMweny s-uiniea m Lincoln County. Oregon, towlt: Beginning at the Vth section Aft. ner on the north Una of section is. running thence south 10 chains, then" west to Taoulna Plver, thence north, erly along s-ild river to the north line or said soctlr,n J5. thence eest to be ginning. All of he shove drihd promises being in seeti,,n 16 township, 11 scuth of range 10 west of the Will amette Meridian: tlmt a'l advers claims of defendants thereto be deter mined; that said defendant be ad. Judged and declared to hnve no right, title, interest, or estate v hatsoever in. or to said real property, mid thnt said defendants be forever debarred nnd enjoined from asserting any claim vuo.o.ii auTrse io me plaintiffs and for such other and further relief aa tothe Court may teem equitable. This summons Is served upon yon n pursuance with the directions con. talned In an order made by the iron. ?1Rb,! R- KW'T Count Jmw t Lincoln County, Oregon, on the 15th. .7 "u,,;",u county Leader, fop consecutive and successive weeks b ' 17th. 1916. and ending with the lssq of December 39th, 1916. 17tht19l6."rt pnb,,cUon- Novemb pubIlc,tlM wmW Hswklne A MeClusha Attorneys for PkUatUt.