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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29th,
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No Alrnn No Phosphate
; FOR SALE
14 Angora Goats For par
ticulars, Address
Box 374, Toledo, Or
TO EXCHANGE
I have a 7 room residence in
Albany would trade for residence
In Portland pf equal value Mt.
Scott or St. Johns car line pre
lered. Address, Ceo., King
" Albany, Oreg.
AIRDALE PUPS F6R SALE
Eighteen month old pups and
some younger ones for sale.
Alvin Cook, -
Chitwpod, Or.
FOR SALE
Four young cows, grade .Jer
seys, all will be fresh In January,
Chas. Severson,
Sam Logan Place.
.DR. W. M. BERKY
'. THE TOLEDO DENTIST
Will be in his. office in the Bank Building
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK
A Child can Paint
If you give it our Ready Mix
ed colors In any desired
shade. It is simply satisfac
tory from every standpoint,
easy to spread and it covers
any surface well and thor
oughly. Its durable proper
ties are 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.
X TOLEDO DRUG COMPANY
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L. R. BATEMAN
E. R. BATEMAN
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BATEMAN & BATEMAN
' COMPLETE HOME FURNISHER
UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES
Would be glad to show you stock, and will
ordej for you if you do not find just what you
wish.
M I M I t l .,.
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FREDERICKS
QUALITY
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STORE
OFFERS YOU THE BEST ASSORTED STOCK
OF GROCERIES IN LINCOLN COUNTY
TO MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS FROM
WE ALSO OFFER YOU PRICES THAT WILL
MAKE YOU ONE OF OUR STEADY
CUSTOMERS
YOU ARE REASONABLY, SURE TO FIND
WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FCP.
(IF IT IS SOMETHING TO EAT)
AT THIS STORE
P. Frederick
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Jcwelery Sale at Absolute Cost
PRICES TALK
$3.00 Waltham or Elgin Watches for $3.60
$8.00 Waltham or Elgin Watches for $4.0
$15.00 Ladies 20 year filled Waltham $9.00
$7.00 8 Day Mantel Clock3 - $4.00
$4.50 8 Day Oak Clocks $2.80
J6.50 Solid Cola Ring $3.70
$3.00 Solid Gold Ring $3.40
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 Gold Stick Pins , 65c.
All Brooches at Half Price
6 Solid Silver Tea Spoons regular $5 goods $2.90
6 50 Year Tea Spoons regular $3 goods $1.50
6 $3.50 Desert Spoons $1.75
12 $3.50 Knives and Forks $1.90
$2.00 Berry Spoons ' 90c.
7Ec. Butter Knives or Sugar Shells 40c.
$1.50 Cold Meat Forks COc.
Everything goes all my regular stock. Every
thing guaranteed as represented Yours to re
duce the high cost of living
t it nn ATT 1 1
. n. n. rsu i i , jewqier
BANK BUILDING TOLEDO, ORE.
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v Merchant Henry Lewis was a
Winant visitor Sunday.
Tom Thompson and' family
spent Christmas with relatives
at Siletz.' " v - . ;
Mrs. Lee Wade entertained
the ladles' whist club Wednesday
afternoon;
Ed Gillespie of Elk City was a
county seat visitor last. Satur
day and incidentally paid this of
fice a. .visit; .;y t v j ,.t
Mrs.. Catherine Collin? and
gran'dson, Vin went to Albany
Saturday morning for' k visit
with' R. E. Odllins' a,nd family, j
Mrs'. Minnie Perry of Elk City
passed through Toledo last Fri
day evening enroute to Siletz to
spend Christmas. . -
Miss Corihhe ' Pennington
came over from Monmouth Sat
urday evening to spend the Holi
days with relatives and friends
in this city. ,
Mrs. Julia Parker went to Al
bany Sunday to spend the Holi
days with relatives, and attend
a family reunion at Mrs. Virgil
Parkers.
Carrie Wade arrived home
from Eugene Friday evening.
Miss Carrie has been staying
with her sister, Mrs. Lola Cru
son, and attending school.
Archie Lane came home from
Chemawa Saturday evening to
p.pend Christmas with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lane at
Siletz.
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Hall of Al
pine spent Christmas with their
I daughter, Mrs. A. T. Peterson,
. in thi3 city, returning home
; j Wednesday morning.
I Walter Hall of Siletz was a
passenger for Portland Sunday
afternoon where he and Mrs.
Hall will spend the Holidays.
Mrs. Hall having gone several
days earlier.
Beal Gaithcr arrived over
from O. A. C. last Friday even
ing to spend the Holidays with
his parents. He was accompan
ied by Paul Knoll, a classmate.
Messrs. L. V. Porter, and J. E.
Edwards, and Misses Laura and
Lena Taylor and Martha Hagar
of Nortons attended the Moose
dance here last Monday even
ing. Russell Wishart arrived home
from Portland, Saturday evening
to spend the Holidays with the
home folks. Russell is holding
down a good tab at the S. P. car-
snops in Fortland.
Miss Julia Hamar, who Is
teaching near Lutgens, visited
friends and relatives here Satur
day. She went to Nortons Sun
day for a visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Hamar.
Fred Lumm and wife arrived
over from Philomath Sunday to
spend Christmas with the lat
ter's mother. Mrs. Mary Steele.
They returned to the Valley
Wednesday.
John Olson, chief engineer on
the Tillamook, has been visiting
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I Inn 3 Olson, the past week.
John expects-to sail for Australia
soon. n3 engineer on one of the
hvrh lumber carriers being built
at Astoria.
Cleve Fish nrrived down from
the state of Washington Friday
evening to spend Christmas with
the home folks. Cleve says that
lie has a job as donkey engineer,
but would rather have his old lob
bc-k as rachet-sctter In the local
mill.
Sob Mann returned Saturday
evening from San Francisco
where he has been visiting wi"
his brother for some time. Bob
.says he Is glad to get back to
Toledo pgaln. He expects to
renin in here the balance of the
winter.
We have two No. 54 Keystone
i tootn. oue-norse Cult vatora
i for $G.r0 each. One 62 G3 8 In
Oliver steel, wood beam plow for
$8.fi0. One No. 1433 Syracuse
i men steel beam plow $17.50,
One No. 25 Planet Jr. comblna-
tlon seeder and cultivator 813.00
five tjumcy cutters and rollbg
cutters at special prlco3, buy
now. reierson Hardware Co
Toledo
Roadmaster Andy Porter left
tins morning to accept a position
as Biincrintendent of rotiRtruo.
tlon with the Spauldlng Logging
Co. We are Borry to sco Mr.
Porter leaving this count v. lnt
owing to the condition of the
county finances, the court will
.
ue uuauio to employ a roadman
ter this year. Mr. Porter did
much good work this year, and
Was illRt Eettlnff llllnpo aim nod
up so that the results obtained
wouid nave ueen more apparent
anoiper year.
Billy Simpson was down from
Elk City Sunday.
Wm. dearth" was down from1
Dig Elk yesterday. .. , . '
Lonie Hoover came over i'roi,
the Valley Friday evening.
Mrs. Lulu Whittaker of Cor
vajlig visited with her sister, Mrs.
Ed. Stanton .here. Christmas. :
Wm. Enos the Elk City sawmill-man
was a county seat visi-i
tor yesterday. '; :,
Miss Violet Gwynn was a pas
senger for Corvallls Wednesday
morning.' " :"'"
, Mayor and Mrs. R. A. Bensell
spent Christmas with Toledo
friend. ' ' ! -1
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.. Attorney J. F. Stewart was a
passenger for Portland Wednes
day morning. '
. Mrs. . J. G.' Plank returned to
her home at Hillsboro Saturday
after several days "visit here. '
Geo. Spence of Corvailis was
over Sunday for a visit with his
daughter, Mrs. Jno. Peterson!
tep-iniug eniAppa uiojj uM.op
p3AjJB J3IIM apntfK BSIW
evening,
Mr. Frank Parsons of Yamhill,
Oregon, 13 visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. John Peterson this week.
Wm. Felch of Ostrander,
Wash., is spending the Holidays
with his parents near this city.
The Misses Violet and Gladys
King of Oysterville were in at
tendance at the Christmas dance
here..
A. J. McMillan returned Mon
day evening from Seattle where
he was called by his mother's
illness.
L. C. Smith of Newport was a
passenger for Portland Sunday.
Mr. Smith is in charge of A. G.
Schwartz's store at Newport,.
Herbert Kyniston returned
Monday evening' from Portland
where he has been for some time
having his eye3 treated.
Mrs. C. G. Copeland arrived
up from Newport Sunday to
snend the Holidays with relatives
I u
uci e.
G. W. Buell was a passenger
for Summit Sunday to spend
Christmas with relatives. He re
turned home Tuesday evening.
Prof John Blough departed
Saturday morning for Mb home
at LaFayette wljere he will spend
the Holidays.
Tom McClaughry arrived over
from the Valley last Friday even
ing to spend the Holidays with
relatives.
Ferd Brown arrived over from
Noon last Friday evening to
spend Christmas with his family
in this city.
Miss Leila Lasley departed
Saturday morning for a two
weeks' visit with her parents at
Corbett.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hall of Al
pine, Or., spent Xmas with A. T.
Peterson and family, Mrs. Pe
terson their daughter.
Geo. Felch and bride of Gold-
epdale, Washington, arrived last
Saturday evening for a visit with
the former's parents, Mr. and
Mn. A. J. Felch near this city.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cooper
were passengers for Portland
Sunday afternoon, where they
will spend Christmas with Mrs.
Cooper's parents.
NOTICE OF fcHERIFF 6ALK
i thi Circuit Court 6f the 8tate of
Cireyon for the County of Uncotrt.
My W. Dunn, Plaintiff.
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i,.i 1 ..Ti. jii, lm' ndam. '
vinutf oi uu ex.ioutiou decro.
ii'i mder of a.? i3nued out cf 'the
.Umve entitled Onut in the iibove on
:itlied action to u e directed and daU.I
tha 14th day ot .December A. P. 191ti
,n favor of Juy W. Dunn Plaintiff ,anu
against the "above named Defendant
'or the sum of JGI0.55 with interest
thereon at tho rate of 10 per cent per
annum from the 4th' day of Augiwt A.
D. 1916 and a further sum of $60.00
attorney's . fees and . costs taxed . at'
$11.80, and costs ot this writ command
ing me to sell the following described
real property situate In Lincoln Coun
ty, Oregon as'follows, fowlt:-.,- .
Lot No. Two (2) in BeotloQ Seven
(7) In Township Ten- South, Range
Ten West of Willamette Meridian con
taining 41 and 85-100 acre in Lincoln
County, Oregon;- -..-
.. .NOW, THEREFORE In compliance
with tha demands of said execution,
decree and order of safe I will on Sat
urday the 13th day of January A, D.
1017 at 1 o'clock P. M. at the .front
door of the County Court House, 'in
the City of Toledo, Lincoln County,
Oregon, sell to the highest bidder, for
cash, all the right title and Interest pf
the above named .Dofendnnt In the
above named action, In the above des
cribed property to satisfy said execu
tion decree and order ot salo, interest,
costs and accruing costs.
Biirt Geer
Sheriff of Lincoln County, Oroeton.
Date of First Publication Dec. 15, 1916.
Date ot Last Publication Jan. 12 1917.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF' SALE
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Lincoln.
H. F. Nulton, Plaintiff,
Vs.
Lincoln County Fair Association, Ki.
J. Avary, O. Middleknuff, T. J. ChrlBt-
oplier, J. F. Stewnrt, W. C. Copoland,
V. Newton, W. M. Berry nnd A. T.
Peterson, Defendants.
Hy virtue of an execution decree and
order ot Bale Issued out of the above
entitled Court In the above action
to me directed and dated the Sth day
of December A. D. 1816 in favor cf
H. F. Nulton Plaintiff nnd siralnst the
above named Defendants for the sum
of $500.79 with Interest thereon at tho.
rato or 0 per cent per annum from
the 11th day of October A. D. 1912 and
a further sum of $40.00 attorney's fees
and costs taxed at (16.00, less the pay
ments of $357.94 nnd 146.99 as set up
in said execution, and costs ot this
writ commanding me to sell the fol
lowing described real property Bltuate
In Lincoln County, Oregon, as follows,
town:
The North Half of Northeast Quarter;
NortheaBt Quarter ot Northwest Quar
ter of Section Twenty-throe and South
east Quarter of Boutheas Quartor of
Section Fourteen, Township . Twelve
Bout I), Range Ten West of Willamette
Meridian In Lincoln County, Oregon,
Also the Northeast Quarter of the
Northeast Quarter of SecUon Ninteen
and the Northwest Quarter of the
Northwest Quarter ot SecUon Twenty,
Township Ten South, Range Ten West
of the Willamette Meridian in Lin
coln County, Oregon. 1
NOW,. THEREFORE tn compliance
with the demands, of said execution
decree and order of sale I will on Sat
urday the 13th day of January A. D.
1917 at 1 o'clock P. M. at the frogt door
of the County Court House, In tne City
of Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon,
sell to the highest bidder for caBh, all
the right title and Interest bf the abovv
named A. T. Peterson one of the above
named Defendants In the above named
action, . In the above described prop
erty to satisfy said execution decree
and order of sale, interest, costs and
accruing costs.
Bert Geer,
Sheriff of Lincoln County, Oregon.
Dato of First Publication Dee. 15, 1916.
Date of Last Publication Jan. 13, 1917.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
In tha Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Lincoln.
Maloney -Electric Co., a corporation,
Plnint'.tt. ;: ' i : .
..- . ...Vs..--Marcus
C. Davis and Kate M. Davis,
Mb wife, and Zena Copoland,
Defendants.
By virtue ot an execution, decree
and ordpr of sale Issued out ot the
above rn'ltled Court In the above en
titled ac tion to mo directed and dated
the 17th day of November, A. D. 1914
In favor ot Maloney Electric Co., t
corporation Plaintiff and against the
above named Defendants for the sum
of 2872.17 and S32.31 with interest
thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per
annum from the 15th day of July A.
D. 114 and a further sum of $200.00
attorney's fees and costs taxed at
27.60, and conta ot this writ com
manding me to sell the following des
cribed real property situate In Lincoln
couety,-Oregon, as follows, towit:
' The fforth Hair, (Ky of the South
west Quarter (SW4); The Eoutheait
Quarter (8EH) of the Northwest
Quarter -(NWtf ind the Southeast
Quarter (SE) of the Southwest
Quarter (SW) of Section Seventeen;
(17), .Township Twelve (12) South,
Range Eleven (11) West of the Wll
lamette Merld'an, containing One
Hundred .-jid Sixty. acres be the same
more or less, according to the official
plat of the survey thereof, all In Lin
coln County. Or gon.
NOW, THEREFORE In compliant
with the demands of said ercutlon,
decree and order of sale I will on Sat
urday the 6th dny of January A. D.
1917 at 1 o'clock P. M. at th front
door of the County Court Hcui.e. Iu
the City of Toledo, L'ncoln v,imy,
Oregon, snll to the highest bidder f sr
crsh, all the right title and Interest of
the above named Defendants In th
above mimed nctlon. In the abovo des
cribed property to satisfy said croru
tlon, decree and order of sale, interest,
costs find accruing costs.
Pc -t Ccer,
Sheriff of Lincoln Coimtv, Or-nn.
Date of first publication Dec. 191 .
Date of last publication Jan. 5, lt7.
WAUGfTS
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FISH AND OYSTERS
IN SEASON
Highest Price' Paid Tor Hides
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OUR 00 YEAR
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" FROM WITHIN
rimply, muddy complexions
are) due to Impurities in the
blood. Clear up tne skin hy
taking Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Their mild laxative qualities re-
niovo the poisons from the sys
tem and brighten the eye. A full,
free, non-grippjng bowel move
ment in the morning Is the re
ward of a dose "of Dr. King's
New Life Pills the night before,
At your Druggist, 25c.
SUMMONS
In the Circuit Court of the 8tate of
Oregon for LlNcoln County.
Frederick It Wheeler, Plaintiff,
VS.
McCann Cut Stone Co., and F. J. Mc-
Cann, Defendants.
In the Name of the 8tate of Oregon;
To McCann Cut Stone Co and V. J.
McCann and each 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 tlx weeks
from the date of the first publication
of this summons exclusive of the dnte
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 plaintiff's Complaint, to
wit: for a Judgement against you
In the sum of $121.62, together with
Interest thereon at the rate of 6 por
rent per annum from the 1st day of
October, 1615, until paid, and for plain
tiff's costs and disbursements, and
further for nn 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
described at follows:
lleglnnlng 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,, thence south 74 do
grecs 45 minutes east 625 feet, thence
south 8 degrees east 243 feet, thence
south 18 degrees 30 minutes west 264
feet, thence south 21 degrees 46 min
utes west 1309 feet, thence south 30
degrees 45 minutes west 154 feet to
section line, thence inrth along ssld
section line to place ot beginning 1363
reel more or less.
This summons Is served upon you V
publication In accordance with an or
der ot the Honorable R. R. Miller,
County Judge of Lincoln County, Ore
gon, whlcM said order Is dated the l&tu
day of November, 1916, and wnlch re
quires that this summons be published
In the Lincoln County Leader at leaBt
once a week for six consecutive and
successive weeH, the date of the first
publication of this notice being the
17th day of November, 1918.
' ' Hawkins A McCluakey,
itterneri for Plaintiff.
NOTICE!
Church Services at thn T.TPth.
odlst Church. Sunday School,
10 A. M. Preaching, 11 A. M.
and 7.30 P. M.
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7.30
P. M. .
Everybody invited to any one
or all of these services.
C. R. Ellsworth.
SUMMONS
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Orenon far- Linnnln r-ni.nt.
Mrs. i. O. Johnson, M. W. Johnson. O.
i jonnson, a: u.- joh.ison, 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
inner persons or parties unknown
Claiming any right, title, estate, lien
or Interest In the real estate describ
ed In the complaint 'icreln,
Dofendauta.
To J. B. Johnson, Aaron Dabler: also "
all other persons or partls unknown,
claiming any right, title, entate, lien
or Interest in the lands described In
plaintiff's complaint.
In the Namo of the 8tata of Oregon;
You and each of you are herehv re
quired to vppear and answer the .
Plaint of nlalntlffa In ttm .
titled suit now on file In the of. o .if
me l ouniy clerk of Lincoln Ci.r-.'r,
Oregon, being the County and State
in which the above ,.ntin,rt am, i.
pending, In the Circuit Court for said
County and State, on or before tne
date of the last publication of this
snmmens, towit: On of before the
2'Jth day of December, 1916; and you
and each of you are hereby notified1
that If you fnil to so appear and r.ns
wet said complaint as herein required,
the plaintiffs will apply to the above
entitled Court for the roller damm
In their said complaint, towit: for
uu. rvB umr pininuns are tne owners In
fee simple to following described real
property situated In l.lnrnin rnnntv
Oregon, towit: . '
neglnn'ng at the Vit!i action cor.
nor on the north lino nt section 15,
running thence south 10 clmlits, thence
west-lo Yaqulna Hlver, tlieiip- north,
erly. along said river to tlm :nrth line
of said section 15, thonc-f- ,.,v,t to be
ginning. All of be abov rerlhed
premises being In section 15 towi shlj '
ii mvma oi range iu west of the W11K
smette Mnrltlinn? tlm, 'i nvn..A
Iclnlms of defendants thereto be deter
minea; mat satd defendant be ad
Judged and doclared to have no. right,
title.' Interest, or estate whatsoever In
or to said rea property, and that said
nullum ua iorever ueoarreu ano,
eniolned from' iMArtlnr. an ni.im
therein adverse to the plaintiffs and
tor sucn otner and further relief' as
to the Court may seem equltablo.
This summons Is served upon yon
In pursuance with the directions con
ihiiibq in an orner made by the Hon
orable It. It. Miller County Judge ot
Lincoln County, Oreiron, on the Ifith,
nay oi iMovemc-or, ii6, and Is publish
ed In the Lincoln County Leader, for
consecutive and successive weekt, be
ginning with the Issue of November
inn, ivi, ana ending with tho Issue
of December 29th, 1916. 1
Date of first publication, November
17th, 1916.
Date of Inst publication December
bcr 29th., UK.
' , Hawkins A McCluakey,
Attorney! tor Plaintiff.
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