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t MCO! N COUNTY LEADER. FRIDAY. AUGUST 10th, 1917.
Carl Davis was over from the Agency yesterday. Rev. SeaHes was over from the Agency yesterday. J. Streitmatter of Rock Creek Was In the city yesterday. Ott Holgate of Newport was a Toledo visitor Wednesday. Hon. R. A. Ben sell was up from the Resort City Wednes day. Renus Arnold is doing some papcrhanging at Siletz this week. O. H. Horsfall of Rock Creek is here doing jury duty this week. Me.-chant Walter Hall motor ed over from the Agency yes terday. L. M. Commons of Ona had business in the city several days this week. Fred Wagner of Nortons was in the city several days the first Of the week. Ex-county commissioner Claus Ludemann was a Toledo Visitor Wednesday. Wm. Matthews was up from Newport Wednesday as a wit ness in the Vader case. Mrs. Lola Cruson and child ren returned Wednesday to their home at Eugene. County Judge R. R. Miller re turned Wednesday evening from a business trip to Albany. Mrs. King and daughter, Vio let, of Oysterville were in the city the first of the week. Ex-County Judge, John Fo garty, of Newport is In the city this week doing Jury duty. Mrs.' John Sugg, the Winant postmistress was a passenger ui rui uana aionaay morning. Jim Dixon was down from Elk City Tuesday. Paris Parks of Elk City Is a juror here this week. L. T. Grant of Harlan is here as a juror this week. E. P. Currey was a passenger for Albany this morning. John Hamar was in the city several days this week. T. F. Wlllouehbv of Eddwille Is a juror here this week. Court reporter Calkins of Eu gene is in the city this week. Christ Larsen of Siletz was In the city the first of the week. C. C. McBride of Eddwlila la n county seat visitor this week. Mike Shermer of Win ant wna a juror here the first of the week. C. H. Pierce of Otla was her on the jury the first of the, week. A. O. Condit. an attornev frnm Salem was in Toledo Saturday. D. B. Ramsdell has been d own from Elk City this week as a juror. F. C. Aldrlch of Eddwi11 vn one of the Jurors In town this weeK. Fred Strake of Bawlew l of the -Jurors in the cltv thu week. Merchant Ches. Dixon down from Elk Cltv RAvernl rlnvn this week. Jesse Stone of Tuft V9i a county seat visitor th flint of the week. V. L. McFarland of Ona hoa been serving on the Jury 'here this week. W. E. Watkina of Drift. rVopt is in the city this week doing jury duty. PACE THREE . NOTICE To nil whom it may concern: Notice fa hereby elven that Alwtna Mlschler and Charles Cator, Executrix and ..Executor of the Estate of Johu Mlschler, deceased, have rendered and presented for settlement and filed In the County Court of the State of Ore gon for Lincoln County their Pinal Account Of their nrttnlnletrnHnn ..M estate; That Saturday, tne .oth day utuDh ai icu o clock a m In the courtroom of said court at the court house In Tnimin in u t, coin County, has been duly appointed -' ."u.v an uih nine ana piare'for Hearing objections to such Final Ac count and the settlement thereof Alwlne Mlschler, Executrix, n , . T,.Chr,e" Cator Executor. Date of First Publication July 20 1917 Date of Last Publication, Aug. 24, 1917, 0 TNn2I!,CE 0F SETTLEMENT NOTICE. la hnrohv .I.,... ... undersigned guardian of the estate . ....... ct wiiiani a minor, has filed in the County Court of Lincoln County Oregon, his flnni n,.,,,,. - ....u -. ........ ao nuuii guar- dian, and that Monday the 3rd. day of Kuiuor, at tne Hour of TEN oclock A. M. hag been fixed by said Court as the llm "!u mcy. t0 B.ald report and " settle- MCJUb VII CI CU1, Frank Priest, Guardian of the Fatal a rf I--..,,,, nn - . . . . . . . iiiani, a minor. V YOUR GRANDFATHER WAS a GRAVELY MADE THE FIRST r HUUG OF TOBACCO THAT I pvpo wse Mine " .' THFDE Ml 1ST RC CTlMPTHIwr ratw nc a ofdi mmnw that UVES AND LASTS LIKE THAT.f i ' CELEBRATED E. Chewing Plufc ir,GfeAVELY, K X t nrenorTUB tuuENTinM OP OUR PATENT AIR-PROOF POUCH GRAVELY PLUG TOBACCO MADE STRICTLY FOR ITS CHEWINQ QUALITY WOULD NOT KEEP FRESH IN THIS SECTION. NOW THE PATENT POUCH KEEPS IT ' FRESH AND CLEAN AND OOOO A LITTLE CHEW OF GRAVELY IS ENOUGH AND LASTS LONGER THAN A BIG CHEW DIMU1DW Dl MA V9ravt:lv3btaccoCo.Dtifmit.VA. TtfYT n 1 W .UlI J 17 t thf r.nnn work POSTERS BILLBOARDS Vfc DlflKItU! STOP I AT AL'S CASH GROCERY AND LOOK OVER THAT FAMOUS DIAMOND W LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES OR PHONE YOUR WANTS AS THE DELIVERY . GOES OUT EVERY DAY PHONE 2202 1 HI! IIIIHIUIIIUilll "IB1 J. K. Weatherford of Alhanv Ira Wad and enn. ' ?a-8 De.en aenamg Circuit Court nH " " .uere mis weeK 7u " passengers ror i mo vaiiey weanesaay morning. Col. E. Hofer of Salem passed through to his Summer home at Agate Beach Wednesday evening. County Commissioner O. V. Hurt of Waldport was transact ing business here several days this week. Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Pepin and Mrs. L. F. Pepin of Chitwood were County Beat visitors Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Braly and son, Howard, of Aurora, are visiting this week with Mr. and Mrs. Anton F. Will. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Fish went to Portland Monday to take in the "Buyer's Week" which is on in that city this week. Willard Carson and Marion Sturdevant went to Portland Tuesday morning where they expect to join the navy. A marriage license was issued at Portland Tuesday to Jesse Farrin 40, Morgan Bldg., and Virogua Reed 22, 1086 E. 16th St. County Commissioner W. F. Wakefield of Eddyville came down from Eddyville Tuesday evening a3 a witness in Circuit Court. Father Chas. M. Smith from the Cathedral at Portland will hold services next Sunday morn ing at 11:30, at the Catholic Church. . Mrs. N C. Harrison reports the birth of a son Aug. 4th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nelse Strand, both mother and son are doing well. Fred B. Shaw of Harlan matlp proof on homestead before coun ty clerk Howell this week. Lloyd Llllard and Wesley January were his witnesses. In the account of the South elders picnic at the beach in the last week s issue, tne names or Thomas Butler and family were accidently omited from the list of those present. Leonard P. Tivey of Lane County and Miss Ida Mildred Brown of Newport were married in this city Wednesday after noon at the parlors of the Com mercial Hotel, the Rev. C. R. Ellsworth officiating. Joe Windred the; Siletz mer chant was in the city Wednes day. Joe is handling consider able salmon this season. He took a half ton of fine Chinook to Newport to the cold storage plant Tuesday evening. J. E, Edgar of Ocean View, has been in the city this week serving as a Juror. Mr. Edgar is one of the pioneer residents of the Yachats country and owns a fine farm about ten miles ui the Yachats river from Ocean View. .... Albert Carev and little nn were passengers up the line Sat urday morning. F. L. Buker of Wnldwir haa been a county seat visitor this wees acting as juror. Mrs. J. F. SDOoner and rhllH ren returned Monday evening nuui a visit ai summit. County School Supt., R. P. Goin. returned from Portland last week with a new Chevrolet car. We were oblie-ed to ln va nut quite a number of Items and sev eral articles, for lack of space, last week. Arthur Clarke. tornev for Benton Pmmtv been in attendance at Circuit Court here this week. J. N. Tavlor of Den 7PP wig tn the city the first of the week as a juror. He subacrihprl tn tha Leader while in town. Llovd Llllard w In th r.wr this Week ninklncr nrnnf mi kio homestead. Wesley January and r rea onaw were his witnesses. Countv Clerk and Mm n tt Howell, accompanied by Mr! and Mrs. R. P. Goin, motored to Dallas. Saturday, the 28ih r. turning Sunday. Circuit Judee J. W. Hamilton arrived over from Roseburg, Fri day evening and has bepn hold ing the regular August term of ourt tnis week. Roy Barclay of Tidewater wan in the city the first of the week serving as a Juror. He came in and paid up for another year's reader wliile In town. J. D. Ilamaker returnpd FrU day evening from the southern part or tne state. Wc are clad to note that Mr. Ilamaker returns much Improved in health. Juanita and Helen Krogstad arrived down from Portland Monday evening for a visit with ineir aunt, Mrs. E. Ofstedahl, and other relatives and friends. R. II. Kaltz the nlano tunpr Is in town this week on his an nual trip fixing up the pianos. He expects to be here all next week, so those desiring work done will please leave orders at this office. G. O. Adams, the gasoline stump puller man, of Harlan, was in the cltv thin week mak ing final proof on his home stead. Lloyd Llllard and Tom Kelley were his witnesses. He returned homeyesterday. The services at the Methodist Church last Sunday were very successful, and a larze congre gation assembled. After the services six were baptized in the waters of Depoe, near the city dock. Those baptized tvere Mrs. R. R. Gwynn, Myrtle Gwynn, Jesse Gwynn and wife, Norman Coniber, and Dorothy Vader. BIG GA NOTICE OF SHERIFF'8 8ALE IN the Circuit Court of th 8tate of Oregon for the County of Lincoln L. W. WllllamH, Plaintiff, Tl. . De Witt C. Henry, J. K. Weather ford, Iva May Henry, Charles W. Smith, and O. Mlddlekauff, Defendants. By Tlrtue of an execution decree and order of sale Issued out of the above entitled Court In the abore entitled LI1" hgiy"na..JoJ,n H LanKley. action to me directed and dated the IV , .ba".d'.. M?rthtt. La?g1ey and John MEftLUC CSK55- A SPORTSMAN often ha to travel Ml 1 long distance nowadays to get a II A e ht t big game. II III The Remington UMC Big Game' Rifle (-whether slide action, band operated reptater or the autoloading model) will take care of any kind of game found on this continent. Handles easily it is comfortable to carry as to shoot is free from delicate parts and complications. In ammunition Remington UMC Metallic will give you results enough better to be distincdy worth while. All caliber and models for every kind of sporting arm in the world. Sold by Spotting Goods Dcalen in Your Community CEmu mi oil your gun tnth REM OIL, the nmbiiutiom Pwdtr Solvent, Lubricant and Ruit Pmmort THB REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO, lac Lttf Mnufatum Fnttnmi W Awmn in iW WiU Woohtonb Buikbac Nr Yotfc am a ay or June, a. d. m? in favor oi I. W WilllnniB Plaintiff anil Dnlm. S, the above named Defendants for the Isum of 1668.10 with Interest therein jat the rate of 6 per cent per annum I frnm thA 9nf1 dnv rxt- TnnA A ft 1U17 1 and a further sum of $50.00 attorney's I fees and costs taxed at $34.60, and ivuniii ul una wru cuuiiimiiuiug me 10 ! sell the following described real prop eriy Bituaie in Lincoln county, Ore gon as follows, to-wit: The South west Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 34 In Township 8, South Range 11, West of the Willamette Meridian tn Lincoln County, Oregoti, containing 120 acres. NOW, THEIIEKORK In compliance with the demands of said execution decree and order of sale I will on Saturday the 18th. day of August, A. D. 1917 at 1 oVlock P. M. at the front door of the County Court House, In '.ho City of Toledo,' Lincoln Count, Oregon, sell to the highest bidder for csh, all the right title and Interest oi the above named Defendants in the above nnnipfl nrtinn in t)m nhnva Haa. crtbed property to satisfy said execu tion uecree ana oraer oi sale, inter est, costs and accruiug costs. Date of first Publication July 20, 1917. Date of luBt Publication Aug. 17, 1917. Bert Geer, Sheriff, of Lincoln County, Oregon. 8UMMON3 In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Lincoln County Arnold C. Ebert and Frances Ebert. Plaintiffs, vs. George E. Howery and Jane Doe Howery. his Wife. Mnrlnn v u, and Jane Doe Howery, his wife, Ade line Langley and John Doe Langley, R. D. BURGESS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Toledo, Oregon uo i Langley, her husbaad, Earnest Welden Howerv nnd In no iw.o u..... his wife, the unknown heirs of T. Eg- n.iuu nugj, ueceasea, also all other persons or parties unknown clalinlnir any right, title, estate, lien or interest In the real estate described in the complaint herein, Defeudan's. ,n the N" of the Sta:e of Oregon: To the ahnvn - uciruiuiuii, George E. Howery and Jane Doe How- ei. wue, Marion B. Howery anu Jane Doe Howery, his .wife, Adeliuo Langley and John Doe Langley rcr huHband, Martha Langley and .Joha. S?e.JLa1fley her """band. Ernest Welden HOWerV anil Tana Una u is wife, the unknown heirs of T. Eg- cuiuii ruing, aeceasea, also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the complaint herein: You are hereby summoned and required to appear and answer the complaint (lied aguinst you In the above entitled court and cause within six (6) weeks from data of the first publication of this sum nions exclusive of the date of the first publication and If you fall to so ap pear and answer the above named plaintiffs will apply to the court foe the relief prayed for In plaintiffs' con. plaint to-wit: t That OlA riofonrinnt. ..J t. - -v....uii,o ni,u nuuu UL them be required to set forth the na ture and extent of their claims in or to the following real property to-wit: The southeast quarter of the south west quarter, the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter and the lot num bered four (4) of Section Thirty (30) In Townshln Rlnn uti .v . . r jW BUUlll oi Office range nine (9) west of the Willamette imia iu vsinieutiiii iuiiuiub. uuina n .....w wcbi ui ine Willamette hours: 10 to 12 a. m.: 2 to 4 and 7 to enaian, in Lincoln County Orecrm nn . i irnnlA n no aha h..j i . p. m. Emurgency calls a; any time. Phone, 100; rt Watch ; 1 i ' Repairing j East Through California Is a favorite route for those seeking diversity of scenery, opportunity to visit many attractive cities en route and enjoy the best In travel. ! ONE WAY FARES First and second class to the East and South apply ya California. Tha trip can be made very economically. J SUMMER EXCURSION FARES Hound Trip to principal cities in the East yill be on sale certain days Iu Aug ust and September. These tickets apply over practically all routes. Ak your local agent for particulars or write JOHN M. SCOTT, General Paenger Agent Portland SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES Expei When others fuil you We Guarantee Satisfaction t T a trial will convince. Price X very reasonable. containing .one hundred and twent two acres and firtv.von of an acre. And also all the following described rpol uiit hn..jj . . ; lows, beginning at Uie northeast cor- - npr nr Ilia (.., . - nuuuicHHi quaner or the southeast quarter of section twenty five (25) townHhlp eleven (11) south of ranse tan nm wmi n urm T Meridian In the State of Oregon (Lin I coin County), thence west to the, ceu- ter of stream of water known as Bea- -. ir, mence southeast following the course of said Beaver Creek to 2 point due south of place of beginning, thence north to place of begins Inc containing onn mit T I acres more or less, sltuutcd in LlnrAi. All V'ork Guaranteed. t HANS E. PETERSON "-..."". , , ur less, miuuica in Lincoln Over 40 Years' Experience i,'rfnryvieK,in:, A1"0 of t,,e nor .i.li ' ,;?I .(N r t,le northwest Quarter as practical watchmaker ' (NW4) of section thirty-one uii i. I! y .. township eleven (11) south of ranga i hi ii i. n . i ii n ne (9i wput nt iua wm....... . il t o . G. L. PERKINS Shoomnker and Harness Repairer Shop on Hill Street TOLEDO, ORECON FOR SALE Two work horses for sale cheap. Also two high grade Holstein bulls, and high grade Berkshire pigs. Emit T. Raddant, ,, Siletz, Ore. o FOR SALE OR TRADE T dian In Lincoln County. Oregon con I ' lu n nr nlulitv tan ... " . That plaintiffs be decreed to bo Ui owners in fee simple of said property free from any adverse claims on the part of tho defendants and each of tliein, and that their tltlo thereto be quieted. That It be decreed bv the court thnt the def..ndanlM have no right, titlu or Interest In or to the above desi-rlbed real property or any purt tli.-renf and that the defendants and each ot them bo reHtrulnod and eiiji.lmd from a sertlng or claiming ny r uht. title or interest in or to xaid re:i! property or any part thereof ami thnt plaintiffs have such other and ruitli.r .-0i,.f as m iuri may ueem Just unq eiuu,ibl TIiIm ftlitfi rttnn la , rin upon llo jabove numed defeiidants by publh atlon . iiuw oi me iiuuorable 1L R. Mil ler Judge of the County Court of the hta'.O Of Orpiriin t,r I I. ,..! r ... which order of publication Is dated .... auy or Juno- lal7- ""d directs, that this summons be served upon von by nub rat nn l.v h.i... ...m,..,.1:. . each week for a period of six () vim- leader: 2 Cou" x".?.r!!!:y .,or P1'f -I . vi uuuu, vregon. Onnrl hntplvrr ImalnPRa In Vnl, a, ley town, aomg an average ;,aiu UI nrsi pumication July 191J I monthly buslnees Of $3800. Ual8 of lMl Publication Aug. 17. 19 J I EVorvthlno- mnrtrn u,-ti r.tl . . X storage plant in connection. My J son and partner have been r drafted, and I can t handle it NOTICE TO BIDDERS ATTENTION! I wiBh" to purchase young goats UD to 200 at rpnsnnnhlo price. Address Lloyd R. Peterson, Eddyville, Oi. 0 T uiancu, uuu 1 uu 1 iiaiiuie II 'l ne Connfv Pn.i.i . 4..... , ... i -inn...!,-, getting up iu!Co. Owran I , years. Will sell or trade for: bid. VA?ft1 ..Lr!"lv" ?.eaI? tj., T. 'Tl.r":""0.0 "' me U n-ugene State Ufliverslty haa farm or range property, Tortland Ilatnmoiiil Lumber Co. nlnna in nnrphnm 1 i nan acres of timber land In CfataoD suffic cotpity ror ?4,ooo,OUO. completed military drill hall and bmns.worK on fou.ouo Uonni tory. Pendleton must ceaso pollut ing the Umatilla river and hullil a $20,000 septic sewage tank. Independence Thla section w Inquire at Leader Office.' NOTICE llancourt nrnnowv 1.. . Oregon. All bids must be on file w,th the County Clerk, on or be fore 10 o'clock A. M. Wednesday Sentember Eth iqi? -j The Home Restaurant Is now 'check for Its SJiw Certlflpd open for business. Home CoMufnTtoT R. H. Howell, County Clerk. Independence Thla section open ror ousinesR. nome i:ook. jng to 6 r vorklng hard to get acreage '"K "-' IIon,e Pastry, for sab. mitted. ufflctent to Insure htiilillnz at Meals 25 cents and up. j beet sugar factory in spring. ) Harry Swyz9, Prtvprietor. I '