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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12th, 1917. DR. W. M. BERRY THE TOLEDO DENTIST Will n n Vile rmna In tha H-inlr TliinHir.tr - THURSDAY AND FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK A Child can Paint KffiOB I if you glvo 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 att popular prices. TOLEDO DRUG COMPANY m. .a. ? ' tiiuuiiiiiiiiimmiiiimiiiiiitttft ? ; at -r $ L. R. BATEMAN E. 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. CORRESPONDENCE Continued from first page mutilated. Suspicion pointing to wild cats because of tactics emnloved bv the aecressor. Frank Mulvany and Zeb Keasl go to roiedol Tuesday the 9th to act as witnesses for Chas. F. Lindley who will make final homestead proof at that time. Mr. Lindley came here fi$m tire Lone Star state and has heon an A number one homesteader, having carved from the forest and coaxed into fruitfulness meadow land and annln trepn in. to bearing. I fancy those are the sort that Uncle Sammy aims tc help by his generous Homestead Act. "So mote it be." Mr. Editor and eentle rpndpr news is SO search hpre that rma (this one) needs almost romance in order to furnish our quota for the pages of our highly es teemed county paper, so please permit me to reminiscence the last article from Little Elk be ing responsible for mv J 7 ' v& ,thought. It carries me back to the reign of State Supt. McElroy he of the high brow. Did you (know him? It rinrrlps hip hw.lr to those old days at Normal when life was in the green Back to those old days when the Koll of Honor was abrnnri in tiip jland and pedagogues needs show men uiinu. i remember, I re- liiiumuer as. li it were onlv vps- terday how mv kn ops lrnrf'L-prl 1 together as I got a sun burst of LT : future mnrliMrma of Cf rw ! ! - . ttL x "jici a cinity Monday. R. A. Oiler of Drift Creek was in our little burg Monday mak ing n,. ta. Dyer a pleasant call. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Simon- son made a trip to Newport Mon day returning the same day. Mrs. O. C. McMillan and chil dren and Mrs. Frank Huntsucker and little daughter were callers at B. Tullocks Tuesday. Mrs. Bert Twombly and Lillie Simonsons were visitors at the Briggs home Tuesday. . Miss Hilda Oakland visited with her sister who in working at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Walkers, Saturday of last week being accompanied by her cou sin, Miss Julia Hendrickson. O. Oleson of Linville was in our vicinity Sunday. John Hanson rionnrton1 la of Thursday for Portland where he mtenas to spena a few months at work. He was accompanied by his sister who will visit with her relatives and friends during the winter. !44i"M"4HM conditions i iwttmttwttwtMmwtwwww te. liralny was no name for , veiua, nis moi- FREDERICKS QUALITY STORE Wo claim to have the best assorted stock of Groceries in Lincoln County. We also claim to have the best lino of MILL FCED ever offered for sale in the County. Read this list and see if our statement is correct Recleaned Gray Seed Oats, Rocloaned White Oats, Oat and Wheat Chop, Ground Wheat, White Seed Oats. Rolled Barley, Barley Chop, Rolled Shorts, Bran, Whole Wheat, Whcle Corn, Cracked Corn, Scratch Food, Chick Food, BEET PULP, Alfalfa Meal, Oil Meal. Blatchfords Calf Meai, Beef Scraps, Ground Bone, Oyster Shell, Chicken Grit. Crown Best Fatent Flour, Byers Pendleton Blue Ribbon Flour, we have the exclusive sale of these flours for Toledo. P. Frederick Semi-Tropical Southern California CALIFORNIA with Us oranges, Its Winter (lowers, its beaches, its mountain rcsourts, Its time-stained missions, its delightful sun shine and out-of-door life surely the call is irrcsistable in January. But a two days Journey away on dally trains of the delightful SHASTA ROUTE Shasta Limited California Express San Francisco Express to. or as John rh'n ----- x'iitiiiuiiJi OltlU of Admiral Dewey when he wig waged at Manila Bay during the Spanish-American War, "Mel ican man no talky, he Dewcv" Many will bear me witness 'of cup t Mcelroy's great influence for good in those days of founda tion building. One of the most efficient school clerks I know over in old Benton was his fol lower. Efficiency was the watch word during his reign therefore the carefully notated report of af fairs at Little Elk school im presses that the teachers whether masculine or feminine "no talky but Dewey" for the teachers like poets are "born and not made". The true peda gogue is to be treasured as in gots of gold. Their work is not for a day or year but for a lifs time. Blame this upon Little Elk for they gave me of the ap ple to eat. Maine Briggs was making calls here Sunday. Geo. Tubbs is attending to Mr. Kessi's ranch and stock while the latter goes to Toledo. occompanied her. Mr. and Mrs. Thos Barker and daughters, Hazel and Lola, spent Sunday as guests at the Brown home. E. T. Truax has hfa boat nnlnt. ed and has purchased himself an iM'inruae enplne. E. S. Hall's havp nlnpd tho water into their hoise quite a convenience. Peter Peterson was in our vi cinity Monday. xvot much news here. ONA . ROOLE SLOUGH . Well we are still nllvp n the map. When Old Man La Grippe visited us as he is still doinc vet he didn't milto off the map. Misses Wrie-hf s hnvo Wn f.nt ting in a supply qf grain this weeit. wuiard Huntsucker is helping them to cot it 111) tn the barn. Mr. Waugh was in our vicinity looking for cattle. Miss Julia Brown visit rd ITrs M. G. Shefmer of nvntrrviiirt UPPER BEAVER H. G. Rhoades. G. E. Lewis arid Guy Hayes were Toledo callers Friday, of lat week. Miss Christine Peterson re turned home from Albanv Fri day. K. D. Martin went to Toledo Wednesday to attend Ludge. J. C. Huntsucker made a trip to Toledo Tui3day. TL ft. Rhoafes, J. M. Bowers and W Weaver of this nlare and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weber and Clifford Phcios of Ona went to Newport Sunday. Guy Hayes of Yachats was a guests at the Lewis home last week. Mrs. J. C. Huntsucker inallpd on Mrs. C. Vancil Jlonday. Mrs. l. N. Huyett visited school Tuesday afternoon. Johnnie Emerson and T.lnvd Lewis of Oysterville were In thte vicinity Saturdav nifrht thev were on their way to the Ona oance. I. N. Huvett and Pete Potrr- son made a trin f ri"Pnol Rlnua-h Wednesday. . m. wuwuiu vi villi; vjttu, ii.vuu uumc eti uca- Tuesday her brother, Walter, 'ver Creek returned to their home ' NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for tha County of Lincoln. Jay W. Dunn, Plaintiff. Vs. Annie Logan, Defendant. By virtue of an execution decree and order of gale iaiued out "of the above entitled Court in the above en titled action to me directed and dated the 14th dnv nf nocsmho, A r mm in favor of Jay W. Dunn Plaintiff and against the above named Defendant for the sum of $610.65 with interest thuroon &t thn .rat A nf 1fl nai nan nop annum from the 4th day of August A. u. iio ana a iurtner sum of $60.00 attorney's fees and costs taxed, at $11.80. and coHta nf thin writ lng me to sell the following described real property situate in Lincoln Coun ty. Oregon as follows, towlt: Lot No. Two (2) in Section Seven (7) In Townshin Tun Snrrtfc Ranmi Ten West of Willamette Meridian, con taining 41 and 85-100 acres' la Lincoln County, Oregon. NOW. THERRFOBP! In rnmnllmtmi with the demands of said execution, decree and order of sr.le I will on Sat urday the 13th day of January A. D. 1917 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 of the above named Defendant In the above named action, In the above des cribed property te-eatlsfy said execu- WEST YAQUINA decree and order of Bale, interest,. School resumed Mondav after . tier ri... a two Weeks vacation. Sheriff of Lincoln County, Oregon, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Liasv and ! 1 . . . utiication Pec. 35, 1916. hnhv n? llD-,v ,vi, "al 01 6t Publication Jan. 12 1917. vuuj v-B. i"-u v ksi i -el nci:u thru here the first of the week enroute to Portland vhern vhov will make their future homo. Mrs. L. M. Commons of Ona went to Newport Wednesday for a visit wih friends. Mrs. Sidney Nickolcson and children who have been guests at the Geo. Ryan home at Bea in Yaouina Tuesdav. R. A. and D. C. Miller v. ent to Toledo Wednesday on business. Joh l Coovert brought in a load of freight Monday from Ona for Joe Lissy. Lloyd and Fred Commons re- tlirnnrl tn limit lnma Wnrlnnpnt. after a stav of several davs at la further sura of $40.00 attorneys fees r. v-,,i and costs taxed at J1 fi.nn. IpRtt thn luiv. v v r.TL laiiuiua. - - - ' i'- 1 YoU iaO secure tiikots or coirplcto Information from any agent or write JOHN M. 8COTT, General Passenger Agent Portland, Ore. Southern Pacific Lines tt4 Mill n cad nan SKIN FROM WITHIN Pimply, muddy complexions are due to impurities 'in the blood. Clear up the skin by taking Dr. King's New Life Pills. Their mild laxative qualities re move the poisons from the sys tem and brighten the eye. A full, .,t.ini.itit' 1 move ,,.r, n the inornlne Is the re- wi.mI of a dose of Dr. King's Life PillB the night before, , our I uggist, 2&c. . o .ri r? Dime mo RALE (UALEi rwi . zhtcen month old pups and ... fnr cnln Alvin Cook, Chltwood, Or, ATTENTION! i What have you to trade for a iUU ULrq yllUltlttlljr iuiiuivu farm in Klahiath Co. 100 acres wheat land, balance good pas ture, good roads, u. v. u. aauy. $3200.00. F. L. Chitvvooa, Wlldervlllc, Orcg. o ; . FOR SALE Fnnr vnnnir rrtVL'R. crnde Jer- seys, all will be fresh In January, mi vnat. oeverson, Sam Logan Place. The home dp.nce in the Granirh Hall Saturday night was a de cided success. It was given by ! the Road Club and was well at tended by the home folks, j A party from Yaquina under 'went some trying experiences coming up over the title lands, but arrived nevertheless end made up in having a jolly good ; time. ?! The luncheon served in man 1 1 fashion was also much enjoyed Tinnil thn fMnh win fnntrrntn1nod on only forgetting the coffee week X and cream. Sonio thnitf htfnl I tu wife thought to bring the sugar. C. Collins ajjistcd with the music. Clifford Phelps made a trip to Newport the first of the week. W. C. Weber -departed Tues day for Portland where he will reside during the winter months. Mrs. Weber will join him shortly. M. and Mrs. C. Ohmart are ex pected home from their visit to the Valley the last of the week. Mr. and. Mrs. Joe Lizzy left after a few days stay here, while here they disposed of their stock and furnishing among the Ona folks. Mr. and Mrs. Guh Wehor re turned from the Valley Thurs day last. Mrs. Weber having made a visit with her parents in Wlnlock. Wash. Minn D. Olson rnd nvnr frnm thq Guilliams ranch on Saturday and made a short stay at te Park rancn. Mrs. W. C. Weber was In New port Monday on business. Mrs. L. C. Commons went out this morning to Newport where she will visit with friends. Amone the mienta nf thn Ttnnrt Club dance on Saturday were. Clarence and Lara and Alma noone. Rov Hasnman. .Tolin Em. erson, C. Chrlsitenson, Lilly Bay nam. ORTON We are all havine some fine weather again, seems like sum mer. John Potwora of Rock Creek made a business trip up to Wm rrjrters ranch last Monday. Miss Maude Porter made a visit at Miss Evj May Cox's ot Mill Creek last Saturday return ing Sunday, Mrs. Lillie Cox of Mill Creek was down to Mrs. Phil Elting's last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Raddant was up to Wm. Porter's ranch last Monday. Ben Stewart departed for Portland last Saturday. L. J. Walker who has been on the sick list is greatly Improved. Mrs. .Agnes Isaacson was up Bear Creek lost Sunday to vis it her gistor, Mrs. Baker. O. W. Baker is going to start farming soon. Mrs. J. W. McGulrc and child ren mjde a visit at Mrs. Isaac son's last Tuesday. GeorEre Cox made a hnstnpRn trip to Toledo the first of the NOTICE OF SHERIFF' SALE In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Lincoln. II. K. Nulton, Plaintiff, Vs. Lincoln County Fair Association, Ed. J. Avery, O. MIUdlekaulT, T. J. Christ opher, J. P. Stewart, W. C. Copeland, K Newton, W. M. Berry and A. T. Peterson, Defendants. By virtue of an execution decree and order of sale Issued out of the above f entitled Court In the above action to me directed and dated the 8th Uny of December A. D. 1918 in favor of H. F. Nulton Plaintiff and"agalnst tho above named Defendants for the sum of $000.79 with interest thereon at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from me inn aay or uctober A. D. 1912 and u. u. Miller wan a visitor Thursday. Gtis Nelson came In from r.o.i- ver Creek Wednesday. ihe Misses Ellen and Emma Willis havereturoed from New port where Ithey were the guests or tneir sisters. Misses Myrtle and Stella who are spending the winter at Newport. o WAUGITS MARKET FRESH AND CURED MEATS FISH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON Highest Price Paid for Hides LESTER WAUCH, Prop. The Unnor Farm School teacher James Bhonle who went to Fall3 City to spend the Holi days has not yet returned. HAWKINS &. McCLUSKEY Attorneys at Law Toledo- Oregon BAYVIEW A Mister Collins was demon stratlng mantle lamps In our vi CHITWOOD Thn sun Is shininc and thn farmers here are begining to get ready to start in with their Spring work. It la rumored that Archie Wilson is planning on coming to unit wood in a lew days. Flovtl Penln was visftfnir with John Kurtichanov last Sunday. E. C Steinmetz nnva thnt hi Is missing some of his sheep. wnat we want to Know is, wnat becomes of all these sheep call ed missing? The Klmnson Creek school fa going full blast again after the iiouaays. I. J. Penln cams back from Portland a few clays ago. Tie Vinn rnnsldprnhlft work rion hv "Painless Parker" and he thinks that bis name is a credit to him MIrb Marv Whltnev In on her semi-annual visit with her sister Mrs. O. T. Smith. We are al ways glad to see Miss Mary come ror it rainer nvens me neign borhood. MIrb Delia Trann donnrted last Saturday night to take up her school duties after the I loll days. J." C. Kurtichanov is busy these nice days doing his Spring plowing, SUMMONS In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Lincoln County A. L. Jacobson, Tlalntlff. VS. Wm. F. Enos, Thomas W. Enos. and Mrs. M. O. Long, formerly M. G. I'noR. Defendants. To Thomas W. Enos and Mrs. M. G. Long Formerly M. O. Enos, the above named defendants; In the Name of The State of Oregon: You and each of you are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint In the above entitled suit nuw un ni in me omce ot me uounty LlerK or Lincoln County, Oregon, be ing the County and State In which the above entlUed suit is pending in the Circuit Court for said County and Sate. on or before tha dntn nt tho lent publication of this summmons, to-wtt. on or oeroro tne Z3ra. day or February 1917. .and you and each of you are nereoy notincu, mat ir you rail, so to appear and answer said complaint as herein required, for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the above en titled Court for the relief demanded in pluintms complaint, to-wit; for a rinrma that nlttntlff 1m 41. m nwnn In fee simple -of the following described rem eniaie, situated in Micoin t;ounty, Oregon, to-wlt; The South half of the North East quarter and the North lialf ot the South East quarter of section six in township eleven South, range ten West of Willamette Meridian in Oregon, and all that all adverse claims of Rftlfl rinfAnrinnfft anil annh rr fhnm may be determined by said decree; i nai eacn or saia aerenaants De ad Judged and declared to have no right. iiue, estate, iien, or interest wnat so ever In or to said lands nor any part thereof; that the defendants and each of them be forever barred and enjoined from asserting anv claim therein adverse to plaintiff, and for such other and further relief as the Court may deem equitable. mm summons in niihiiuhori in tha Lincoln CnlintV Tnrtnr nnwinana. nt general circulation m Lincoln County, uregon, once a weeK for six conoeru Uve and successive weeks beginning with the Issue thereof of January 12th, 1917 and endlndv with the Issue of February 23rd, 1917, undfr and In pur suance of the directions contained In nn order made by the Hon. R. R. Mil ler, Judge of the County Court of Lin- ruin county, uregon, wnirn said or der Is dated January C h, 1917. uate or nrst publication, January 12th.J 1917: Date of lar,t publication, February S3rd, Hawkins A McCluskey Attorneys for Plaintiff. v.. lment8 ,,f 357.94 and 140.99 as Bet up i-sewport ln said execution, and costs of this writ commanding mn in ii i lowing described real property nttuate I In Lincoln County, Oregon, a3 follows, i towlt: The North Half of NortheaBt Quarter; Northeast Quarter of Northwest Quar ter of Section Twenty-three and South east Quarter of Southeas Quarter of Section Fourteen, Township Twelve Soutn, Hange Ten "West of Willamette Meridian In Lincoln County, Oregon, Also the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section Nlntoen and the Northwest Quarter nf tho Northwest Quarter nf Rnrtlnn TwAntw TownBhlp Ten South, Range Ten West ot uie wuiamette Meridian In Lin. coin County, Oregon. NOW. THEREFORE In pntnnlu.u with the demands of Raid decree and order oi I will on Sat uraay tne 13th day of January A. D. 1917 at 1 o'clock P. M. at the fropt door of the County Court House. In tha fit. of Toledo, Lincoln County. Oreeon. sell to the highest bidder for cash, all the right title and interest of the abov 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 salo, Interest, costs and accruing couts. Bert Geer, Sheriff of Lincoln County, Oregon. Date of First Publication Dec. 15. 1916. Date of Last Publication Jan. 12, 1917;. 0 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for The County of Lincoln It. X. Warnock, PlaintifT, vs. " J. H. H. Andersen and Julia Anderson, By virtue of an execution. A APfoa anil order of sale issued out of tho above enrinea court In the above entitled action to me directed and dated the 3rd day of January A. D. 1917 In favor of R, N. Warnock Plaintiff and against the above' named npfpnrtnnt. tn h. sum of $11,367.34 with interost thereon at tne rate or 8 per cent per annum from the 23rd day of November A. D. 1916 and a further attorney's fees and a further sum Of 1704.18 taxes anil in.,,ra... with interest at the rate of tig per cent nor annum tmm tha 23rd day of November 1916, and costs of this writ commanding me to sell the iouowing described real property situ ate In Lincoln County, Oregon as fol lows, Towlt: Beginning at the northwest corner of lot No. one (1), Occident Block, a sub division of lot No. 4. Block No. (12), Nye and Thnmnnn' AiiHitinn in tha. City of Newport, Oregon, running thence smith along the west line of lot one (1), and two (2). Occident Block. (80) feet, thnnr-a waat tn tha Pacific Ocean thence north along said ucean eignty reet, thence east to the place of beginning, said tract being a part of lots one (1) and four (4) In Block No. (12), Nye A Thompson'! Addition to the City of Newport as platted and recorded In the office of the County Clerk at Toledo, Oregon. iNuw, THEREFORE In compliance with the demands of said execution decree and order of sale, I will on Sat urday the 3rd day of February A. D. 1917 at 1 o'clock P. M. t door of the County Court House, In the iiy or roieao. unroln County, Oregon sell to the highest blddor for cash, all tho right title and Interest of the above namca uerendants in the above named action. In the above described prop, erty to satlsy said execution decree and order of sale, Interest, costs aid accruing costs. Bert Geer, Sheriff of Lincoln County. Oregon. Date of First Publication Jan. 5, 1917. Date of Last Publication Feb. 2, 1917.