UNCOLN COUNTY LEADER, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8th, 1916.
Worth Careful Thought
Do you read the label to know whether
your baking; powder is made from cream
of tartar or, on the other hand, from alum
Royal Baking Powder is made from
cream of tartar, derived from grapes, and '
adds to the food only wholesome qualities.
Other baking powders contain alum or
phosphate, both of mineral origin, and
used as substitutes for cream of tartar
because of their cheapness.
Never sacrifice quality and healthful
cess for low price.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.
DR. W. M. BERRY
THE TOLEDO DENTIST
Wlil be in liia oflice In the Rank nuildlne
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK
A Child can' Paint.
i: on give it our Ready Mix
c. colors In ar.y desired
fchaiie. It is simply satisfac
tory from every standpoint,
i ;.sy to spread and it covers
vu;:y surface well and thor
oughly. Its durable proper
ties are well known and so Is
itj br:lllancy. Made of j.ure
v. hue lead and iiuseed oil
a every color well ground.
c sell it at popular prices.
TOLEDO DRUG COMPANY
mv 1 it, rtTtfyyVTviWV--..y,
E. R. BATEMAN
BATEMAN & BATEMAN
COMPLETE HOME FURNISHER
Would be glad to show you stock, and will
order for you if you do not find just what you
X M-M "-"t M t I t Will lllllli . .
WE HAVE THE BEST LINE OF CHRISTMAS
CANDY AND NUTS THAT YOU EV.'IR SAW IM
WE ARE GOING TO SELL THEM AT A PRICE
THAT WILL MAKE YOU THINK THAT. HER Li
IS SOMETHING THAT HAS NOT ADVANCED
SUNDAY SCHOOLS CHURCH Flo AND
SOCIETIES. ARE ENTITLED TO A SPECIAL
PRICE, AND THEY WILL GET IT AT THIS
' PHONE YOUR ORDERS
Jewelery Sale at Absolute Cost
53.00 Walthr.m or Elgin Watches for '
$3.00 Waltham or Elgin Watches for
$15.00 Ladies 20 year filled WaltWam
$7.00 8 Day Mantol Clocks
$4.50 8 Day Oak Clocks
$5.50 Solid Cola Rings
$5.00 Solid Gold Rin?s -
Childrens Rings .50 .60 .75 and $1.00
All Filled Chains and Fobs at Half Price
$2.50 and $3.00 Best Filled Valliers $1 and $1.50
$1.50 Solid Cold Stick Pins 65c.
All Brooches at Half Price
6 Solid Silver Tea Spoons regular $5 goods $2.93
6 50 Year Tea Spoons regular $3 goods $1.50
6 $3.50 Desert Spoons $1.73
12 $3.50 Knives and Forks ' $1.90
$2.00 Berry Spoons 90c
7Ec. Butter Knives or Sugar Shells 40c.
- $150 Cold Meat Forks COc.
Everything goes all my regular stock. Every
4thing guaranteed as represented Yours to re
duce the high cost of living
H. H. PRATT, Jeweler
BANK BUILDING TOLEDO, ORE.
Attorney E. J. Clark went to
the Valley Sunday.
J. L. Hatfield and family
moved to Corvallls Monday.
C. C. McBride of Eddyville had
business In the city Saturday.'
Roadboss Billy Southwell of
fOrton had business in Toledo
Geo. W. Cox was down from
Orton yesterday transaceing
business at the county seat.
George Hodges was over from
the Valley the first of the week
Miss Maude Miller returned to
her school near EddyvIUe Mon-
C. S. Davis the Siletz mer
chant was a passenger for Port
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moor re
turned from Portland Monday
Miss Myrtle Paine returned to
ner studies at the Willamette
Henry Zbinden of Nortons was
a county seat visitor last Satur
day. A. L. French the Taft mpr-
chant returned last Saturday
evening irom a Duslness trip to
Frank Nye departed the first
of the week for Baker, Eastern
Oregon, where he will spend the
L. C. Mowery of the lower Si
letz was a county seat visitor
Wednesday and Thursday of
County Commissioner O. V.
Hurt of Waldport is in the city
this week attending the Decem
ber term of court.
Miss Verne Ross went to New
port last Friday evening for a
visit at the Gardner home. She
returned Sunday afternoon.
J. N. Arnold has been quite
sick the past two weeks. Mr.
Arnold is one of the few G. A.
R. veterans left in Toledo.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Peterson
returned Monday evening from
Corvallis where they spent
Thanksgiving with relatives.
Mrs. Jas. Kent of Waldport,
visited with her daughter, Mrs.
R. P. Coin, here, the first of the
Mis3 Corinne Pennington re
turned to her studies at Mon
mouth Sunday, after spending
Thanksgiving with relatives
We received a letter from our
former townsman, C. W. Day,
yesterday, telling us to send his
Leader to him at 1486 E. Pine
At the school meetln? tiplrf at
the grammar school building last
saiuraay ror tne purpose of
voting a tax-, a lavy of eight mills
We are In receipt of a letter
from Geo. Selby, this week, in
structing us to forward him the
Leader to his new addr.s at
Santa Ana, Calif. Mr. Selby
until recently resided at Ona.
Subscriptions to the Leader
received this week are: Mrs. C.
Zevely, Yaqulna, Of.; Ceo. W.
Cox, Orton, Or.; L. C. Mowery,
Siletz, Or.; Henry Zbinden, Nor
tons, Or.; Mrs. Geo. B. Conyers,
Cl.itskanie, Or.; Claus Christian
sen, Toledo, Or.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gwynn
departed yesterday yesterday
morning for Puyallup, Washing
ton whern they will make their
home. Mr. Gwynn has been a
practising attorney at Newport
and Toledo the past five or six
years and enjoys an extensive
acquaintance in this county.
We have a Sunday train ser
vice, but don't appear to be able
to get the mail carried on It. As
the train without the mail, is
not of much service to us, we
believe it would be well for the
Toledo and Newport Commer
cial clubs to take this matter up.
Everyone would appreciate get
ting their mall Sunday.
1 Wallace Miller was down
from Pioneer yesterday.
P. H. Eltlng was down from
C. H. Gardner was up from
Mrs. C. Zevely of Yaqulna was
a Toledo visitor last Friday.
V. E. Faulkner has had busi
ness In the city several days this
week. . " ,
Mrs. Ira. Wade entertained
the ladies whist club last Friday
Chris.' Hanson, the shiDbuilder
returned Wednesday evening
rrom a trip to Portland.
Mrs. Jos. Swearingen is en
tertaining at cards this after
noon. Mr. and Mrs..R. S. Van Cleve
and children went to Portland
Saturday, returning home Tues
day. Bud Weber and Chauncey Oh
mart of Ona were in the city
Wednesday to attend the bridge
A marriage license was issued
this week to H. O. Boynton and
Miss Mary Sparks, both of Eddy
ville, Rev. Rhys Gwynn was a pas
senger for Silverton yesterday
morning where he will visit for
Jim Ross' cow fell into the
canvon back nf tha v,oii
Tuesday and it required a block
aim iacKi to get her out.
W. T. Ball, the barber, left last
Saturday for a trip to Valley
points, and will also look after
Dronertv interpsta in th. uhu
- 1 oittlV Ul
Washington before returning.
Lon Hoover, who i wnrVinw
in th3 logging camps at Noon,
visited with his family here sev
eral days thus week.
County Commissioner WnUo. 1
field arrived down from Eddy-1
vine to auena tne December
term of Court, Tuesday evening.
Lloyd Chandlera returned tfio
first Of the Wfpk frnm n tr1r v
mm vmaa U Vt 1 1'
Portland, hr? went on over tn hu
home at the Agency.
Wm. Hill Wan ft no noon cor fn
Eastern Oreeon Mnndnv Mr
Hill will go to Bend and look the'
country over with a view tn lo
Prof. Moffetf of Salem arrive?
last Friday evening, and will
soon commence a term In tnl
Mill Four district.
J. K. Weathorford arrived nvpp
from Albany last Saturday even
ing with a party of gentlemen
who went with him over to tfte
Siletz to look at timber.
Assessor-elect aid Mrs. A. O.
Schwartz moved up from New
port the first of the week and
have rented rooms with Mrs.
Ofstedahl. Mr. Schwartz win
devote the time from now until
the first of the year to getting
onto the ropes, as it were, In his
Mrs. Hall had the minfnrtiinr.
to have her shoulder dislocated
at the dance riven at the Panfsh
schoolhouse last Saturday even
ing. Mrs. Hall slipped on tha
8iiCK noor ana in endeavoring to
keep from falling injured1 her
shoulder. At nresent the infnred
member is getting along very
C. F. Clark of Denzer has been
in the city several days- this
ween, representing the Denzer
people in the bridge controver
sy, and other matters before the
Court. In coming Mr Clark
had to travel 150 miles, while If
this bridge had been in place ho
could' have gotten here by travel
ing about 40 miles. Mr. Clark
was snowbound on his trip up
the Alsea river, there being
about 18 inches of snow on the
, Several of our friends and
readers on the south Hid) called
in Wednesday and thanked U3
for our efforts In aiding them
to secure a bridge. While ve
went into this fight because wc
honestly thought the bridge bad
ly needed, and would do more
to develop the south side than
any other one thing, still the
thanks are very acceptable and
make us feel that our efforts are
appreciated. Hut thanks or in
thanks it is our desire to work
for the upbuilding of tha whole
of Lincoln county, and yo l will
alwavs find ua behind all worthy
projects, o matter what part of
the county they are located In.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALC
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Linio:n.
Valonoy Electric Co, a Corporation,
Marcus C. Davis and Kato M On vis,
his wife ana 7enas C. Cupuland,
By VlrtUQ Of An AYArlltlnn Aanraa
and cider of inln Uoiinri mit r,t Ihn
above entitled Court in the above eatl-
:id action to me directed iul datd
tbc i7th day of November A. n. 191t$
iU favor Of MalonAV ElAntrln i'.n n ri.r.
pc ration Plaintiff and asaiuet the
above named Deftidnntn for tliti sum
of f .'872.17 and $32.31 with Interest
thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per
annum from the ISth Ant of Julv A. n
1M4 rnd a further sum of 1200.00 attor
neys reea and costs taxed at 127.50,
and rnsts of this writ commanding mv
to sell the followinr llpitrrihait rool
property situate In Lincoln County,
uregon as ioiiows, town:
The North half (N14) of the South
west Quarter ISW1.I' tha Ointiiu.)
quarter (SE) of the Northwest quar
ter iixwtt) ana the Southeast quarter
or the Southwest quarter
(SWK1 of Section Suvontnon in)
Township Twelve (12) South Range
aien yii) west of willametts Mer
idian, containing 160 acros, more or
less, according to the official plot of
the survey thereof.
NOW, THEREFORE in compliance
with the demands of said execution
decree and order of sale I will on Sat
urday the 23rd rinv of rwomhoi- a n
1916 at 1 o'clock P. M. at the front door
or tne county Court House, In the
City of Toledo. Llnrnln rvmntw rtra.
gon. Sell (O the blchpnt hld'lnr fnr nih
all the rfKht t!Me and Interest of the
ahove named Defendants In the above-
named action. In the above described
UronertV to satisfy Rnlrl cmrnllnn ito.
cree and order of sale, Interest, costs
anfl aeorulnir costs.
Date of First Publication Knv. 54
Date of Last Publlcntlnn TW. 9"
, Bert Geer,
Sheriff of Lincoln County, Oregon.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
In the County Court of the State
f Oregon for Lincoln County. In th
mailer or me- Estate of Matt Sijota.
Notice Is hereby given that Albert
Sijota and Mike Sljota. Exet uters of
the estate of Mntt siintn H
has rendered their final account end
presented the same' for settlement In
this Court, of their administration of
snld estate, and that Thursday the
21st day of December 1916 at ten
o'clock In the forenoon of anM H
at the County court House In Toledo,
Lincoln Louniy, uregon, lias been ap
pointed by the Judge of Mid Pnurt rr
the settlement of said accounts, at
which time and place any and all per
sons Interested may appear and die
exceptions In writing to said final ac
count and contest the same.
Urst publication November 17th,
Last publication Friday December
Albert STJeta, Mike 8IJota.
B. F. Jones, Attorney for Executors.
Brave the wind
jw! irv tha best wet
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PROTECTOR HAT 7ft
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' V. A.J.TOWI CO. BOTOM fi
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In the Circuit Court 6Y the State of
Oregon for LIncoIh County.
Frederick H. WTteeler, Plaintiff,
McCann Cut Stone Co., and F. J. Mc-
In the Name of the State of Oregon;
To McCann Cut Stone Co and . J.
McCann and each of you, the above
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 or the first publication
of this summons exclusive of the date
of said first publication. And If you
fall so to appear and answer, for want
thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the
above entitled Court for the relief
prayed for In plaintiffs Complaint, to
wlt: for a Judgement against you
In the sum or $121.62, together with
Interest thereon at the rate of 6 per
cent per annum from the 1st day of
October, 1919. antll paid, and for plain
tiff's costs and disbursements, and
further for an order of the above en
titled Court for the sate of the prop
erty heretofore and now attached by
the Sheriff of Lincoln County, Oregon,
which said property la particularly
described a follows:
Beginning at a point 488 feet south
of the northwest corner of Section 1,
Township 11. south of range 10 west
of the Willamette Meridian in Lincoln
County, Oregon, thenre south 74 de
grees 4 J minutes east 625 feet, thence
south S degrees east 246 feet, thence
south 18 degrees 30 minutes went 264
feet, thnca south 21 degrees 45 min
utes west 1309 feet, thence south 3D
degree '5 minutes west 154 feet to
section 1 ne, thence orth along said
section line to place of beginning 1363
feet more or less.
This summons Is served upon yotrs'
publication In accordance with an or
der of the Honorable R. R. Miller,
Connty Judge of Lincoln County, ore
goa, which' said order Is dated the ltu
day of November, 1916, and wnlch re
quires that this summons be published
in the Lincoln County Leador 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 McCluskey,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
CLEAR BAD SKIN
rimply, muddy complexions
aro due to Impurities in the
blood. Clear up the skin by
taking Dr. King's New Lire Pills.
Their mild laxative qualities re
move the poisons from the sys
tem and brighten the eye. A full,
free, non-gripping bowel move'
mcnt In the morning is the re
ward of a dose of Dr. King s
New Life Pills tne night uerore
At your Druggist, 25c,
NOTICE OF 8HBRIFP8 SALE
tn the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Lincoln.
Maloney Electric Co., a corporation.
Marcus C. Davis and Kate M. Davis,
bis wife, and Zenas Copelund,
By virtue of an execution, decree
and order of sale Issued out of the
above entitlod Conrt In the above en
titled action to me directed and dated
the 17th day of November, A. D. 1913
In favor of Maloney Electric Co.. a
corporation Plaintiff and against the
above named Defendants for the sum
of $2872.17 and. $32.31 with interest
thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per
annum from the 16th day of July A.
D. 1914 and a further sum of $200.00
attorney s reea and costs taxed at
$27.60, and costs of this writ com
manding me to sell the following des
cribed real property situate in Lincoln
County, Oregon, as follows, towlt:
The North Half (N4) of the South-
west Quarter (SW); The Southeast
Quarter (SE) of the Northweut
Quarter (NW tnd the Southeast
Quarter (SR14) of the Southwest
Quarter (SW) of Section Seventeen
(17), Township Twelve (12) South,
Range Eleven (II) West of the Wtll
iamette Meridian, containing One
iiunarea ana Sixty acres be the same
more or less, according to the nffnl
pint of the survey thereof, all In T.in.
coin Couptv, Oregon.
NOW, THEREFORE In compliance"
with the demands of snld
decree and order of sale I will on Sat
urday the 6th day of January A D
1917 at 1 o'clock P. M. nt ie f-ont
door of the County Cuirt House, iu
the City of Toledo, L'ncoln County
Oregon, sell to the. highest bld'ler for
cash, all the right t'tln and interest of
the above named Defend nnti in
above named action. In the above 1"t
cnuea property to satisfy saM execu
tlon, dr'ree and order nf Eah, Interest,
OBts and accruing costs.
Sheriff of Lincoln Coui'tv, Dretron.
Date of first publication Hoi;. 8, 1919,
Date of last publication Jan. 6,' 1917
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
FISH AND OYSTERS
Highest Price Paid for Hides
LESTER WAUGH. Prop.
Church Serviroa of th. xt.v
odist Church. Sunday School,
10 A.-M. Prear-hlntr 11 a nr
and-7.30 P. M. ' ,
Prayer Meetln? Th
P - O WJ I.UW
Everybody lnvltod tn on,.
or all of these services.
C R. Ellsworth,
n the Circuit Court of the State of
,, r -ncoin county.
Mrs. J o. Johnson, M. W. Johnson, O.
jonnson; A. H.
Johnson, J. S. Johnson, E. V. John'
soa. Alma Singer, Clara Larson and
Edwin Johnson, Plalntiffa
J. B. Johnson, Aaron Dabler; also all
i , . v """ "r parlies unknown
claiming any right, tltlo, estate, lien
or Interest in the real cstnto describ
ed In the complaint herein.
tv, t D t i . Defendants.
Ill J. R. .Inlinann A n r... . i
Si! Ofhpr IMPdna ... I. . . .
. ,.. , unKnown.
claiming any right, title, estate. Hen
or merest In the lands described la
In the Name of the SUta of Oreoon:
Yon and each of you are hn-cby r.
OUired tn anna. -- .. '
' - uer .re com-
Plaint of plaintiff. the abovo en.
t tied suit now on file In the odce of
tire County Clerk of Lincoln County.
Oregon, being the County and State
lit which the above emitted suit la
pending. In the Circuit Court fnr said
County and State, on or before tna
data nf h i.. ' .
... .v jjuumnuun or mia
T?" ?!'or. th.
..... - . imuupr, jam: and you
;:.d, tr.hfjy" "fled
'nn 10 hi apnear and aus-
gB,d fnniptalnt as Here in required,
the nlnlnttft. ..in .
...T z "I'fiy 10 ine aoove
ent tied Court for the-mHof demanded'
In their said complaint, towlt: for m
decree that plaintiffs are he owners In
...K,U , lunuwing ucscriiied real
property situated In Lincoln County.
Oregon, towlt: 1
Beginning at the th section .
ner on the north- fine of ssctlon
running thence south 10 chains, t'l.-ij. a
west to Yaqulna Ptver, thence ..onii.
of snld section 15, thence east f Lv
ginning. All or he above d".M .ifd
premises being In action IS tnivash n
11 south of range 10 west of the Will,
amette Meridian; that all adverse
oKKTiiuniiia inereio ne deter
mined; that said dofondant be nd
Judged and declared to have newrlght.
title. Interest, or estate whatsoever in
or to said resl property, and that said
defendants he forever debarred! and
enjoined from asserting any claim
therein adverse to the plaintiffs and
. .i A ""iw mia lunner relief aa
1, Court majr B"em Multable.
. .... .uuiiiiuna is served upon you
In pursuance with the directions con.
... ... ,,..-, , nj ,na Hon,
orabie K. R. Miller County Judge of
7.. . V. "rpnni n me nth.
-3y.-.ov,eril,r 1916' ni publish.
ea In the Lincoln County Leader, for
consecutive and successive weeks be-
i7i Toil i M November
17th. 191. and ending with the issue
of December ISth, 1918.
nth " I9ie Publication. November
Hawkins A MoCluakty,
, Ak..i. .Atttrneyi for Plaintiff,
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