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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17th, 1917.
PACE THREE "Buck" Olin is over from the Agency today. Supt. E. L. Chalcraft was over from the Agency Saturday. Attorney Arthur Clarke re turned to Corvallis Tuesday. Remember the free show next Monday and Tuesday nights. J. A. Sturkin of Chltwood had business in Toledo last Satur day. W. H. Huntsucker of Beaver Creek was a county seat visitor Monday. Mrs. Woodard and daughter visited at Elk City Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Abbey. Wm. Southwell of Rock Creek was a county Beat visitor Wed nesday. Mrs. Ora Copeland arrived down from Beaverton last Sat urday. E. P. Currey returned from a business trip to Albany Wednes day evening. Mrs. Chas. Graff and children are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nye in this city. Mrs. A. C. Crawford and daughter were over from the Agency Wednesday. Fred Lockley, special writer for the Oregon Journal, passed through to Newport last even ing. E. H. Bryant of Nortons was In Toledo Wednesday evening attending the funeral of the late Geo. Hamar. Mrs. Bert Geer and daughter, Mary, departed yesterday morn ing, for an extended visit near PendletoM. County School Supt. and Mrs. R. P. Goin returned the first 01 the week from an auto trip to Valley points. R. W. Wollas was a passen ger up the line this morning. Mrs. M. W. Small was a valley ward passenger this morning.' Carl Edwards of Nortons was in the city Wednesday evening. Geo. Andrews departed this morning for a two weeks vUlt at Roseburg. J. HI Hawkins the Siletz saw. millman was a county seat visit or yesterday.. Mrs. J. B. Miller and daughter arrived over from Portland Wed nesday evening. Geo. Altree went to Portland this morning where he is work ing for the Btreet car company. John Olson returned to Port land yesterday after a several week's visit with the home folks. Misses Audrey and Mamie Hawkins of. Siletz were passen gers for Portland yesterday morning. Mrs. Jesse Reeder, arrived Wednesday evening to attend the funeral of her brother, Geo. Hamar. Jim Ilhmar came over from Portland Wednesday, being call ed here by the death of Mb brother, Geo. Mr. and Mrs. Harry, Guild moved into what was formerly the Conlbear house In southeast Toledo, yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hamar have moved, down from Nortons and are occupying their cottage in southeast Toledo; Mrs. Duntley of Minneapolis, Aimn., is Bpending a few days in Toledo. Mrs. Duntley is a friend of II. E. Peterson, having known mm ror over thirty years. Mr. and Mrs. Lot Butler ar rived down from Hillsboro. Wed. Inesdav pvpninc holno- noiinri Mrs. Lena Jones and baby re-'bv th rfMh nr tumeu iu iuesuay orotner, Geo. Hamar. evening uiitr spending several days in Toledo. NOTICE To all whom It may concern: Notice Is hereby given that Alwlne Mlschler and Cbarlei Cator. Executrix and Executor of the Estate of Joliu Mlschler, deceased, have rendered and presented for settlement and 'filed In the County Court of the State of Ore gon for Lincoln County their Final Account of their administration of said estate; That Saturday, the 25th day of August, 1817. at ten o'clock a. m. in the courtroom of said court at the court house In Toledo, In said Lin coin County, has been duly appointed by said court as the time and place for hearing objections to such Final Ac count and the settlement thereof. Alwine Mlschler, Executrix, Charlaa r.itn Date of First Publication July 20, 1917. " ruDiicatlon, Aug. 24, 1917. 0 NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT NOTICE, Is hereby given that the undersigned, guardian of the estate of Harriet Wlnant a minor, has filed in the County Court of Lincoln County, Oregon, hie final account as such guar dian, and that Monday the 3rd. day of September, 1917, at the hour of TEN oclock A. M. has been fixed by said court as the time for hearing of ob jections to said report and the settle ment thereof. Frank Priest. Guardian nf ii estate of Harriet Wlnant. a minor. PEYTON GRAVELY DID A GREAT) THING WHEN HE INVENTED tPlUQ TOBACCO. I ' YES. BUT IT WAS -THE GRAVELY QUALITY THAT WAS THE GREATEST THING. L f 3? V, 1 - .oaa-'v j' rs mm j-t it m wwu put GRAVELY'O CELEBRATED Chewing Plu BEFORCTHE INVENTION of our patent mr-proof pouch gravely plug tobacco "made strictly for its chewing quality would not keep fresh in this section, now the patent pouch keeps it fpesh and clean and good, a little chew of gravely is enough and lasts longer than a big chew of ordinary plug. &J3.9raoelyTo0accoCoL Dmti.V. WW"" r -EL BILLY POSTER'S SIGNS ARE CATCHING - BOTH OF THOSE GENTLEMEN HAVE THE FACTS STRAIGHT. ' ir trzo t Mr. and Mrs. Spence of Cor vallis visited over Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. John Peter son, in this city. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Starr and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stanton spent last Sunday at Mowery's landing on the Lower Siletz. Misses Juanita and Helen Krogstad returned to Portland Monday after a week's visit with relatives and friends here. Judge J. W. Hamilton re turned to Roseburg Wednesday, having completed his labors on the Circuit Bench here. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Gilder sleeve arrived down from Port land Tuesday, to be in attend ance at the funeral of the late Geo. Hamar. ...... Misses Dora and May Salvage arrived over from their home at Albany Saturday evening for a short visit with relatives and friends in this city. . Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ross re turned Saturday evening from an extended visit at Lodi, Calif., with their son Fred, and daugh ter Mrs. Grace Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hall, and Mrs. Hall's sisters of Tiffin, Ohio, departed the first of the week for an auto trip to Crater Lake. They will be gone a week or more. Earl Smith of the U. S. En gineering Corps arrived In To ledo Friday evening for a visit with the home folks. He re tumed to Vancouver Wednes day morning. Lee Collins and F. n. Skinner came over from Portland Sun day for a several days' fishing trip on the Siletz. They started at Siletz and will float dowa the river by boat to Taft. Mall Carrier Frank Huntsuck er had the misfortune to cap size his new auto recently. For tunately no one was hurt, and the car needed but minor repairs to make It ready for service again. A. C. Crawford, one of the en terprlslng Siletz farmers was hauling silo material the first of the week. The silo will be erected right away and is of the wooden stave variety. We also noticed that Mr. Crawford drove a fine span of horses fol lowed by a vigorous colt. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Howell and Mr. and Mrs. Z. M. Derrick mo tored lo Chandler Mt., on upper Rock Creek last Sunday on a berry picking expedition. They found lots of berries, returning home with all their,buekets full, some seven gallons In all, and could have gotten many more had they had anything to put them in. Mrs. L. F. Rasmussen was up from Yaquina yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Rasmussen will soon occupy the 'Harding house In southwest Toledo. County Judge R. R. Miller re turned from Portland Tuesday evening where he had been to place Ida Newman and Dorothy Vader in the Home of the Good Shepherd. In mentioning that a marriage license was Issued at Vancouver last week to John Hanlon nnH Miss Gracla Howe, of Ona, we misstaiea tne date as it was sued Monday instead of Tuea- day. Miss Genevieve Tillotson re turned Wednesday evening from ner nome m rygn valley. She will visit here for a time before commencing her studies at Mon mouth, where she will attend formal this winter. Dr. and Mrs. Archie Van Cleve motored over from Portland, Sunday, for a visit with R. S. and family in this city. Archie recently received his commission as captain of the U. S. Medical Reserve Corps a.id expects to be called for active service at any time. County Judge Miller informs us that he is arranging his work in the office so that he will need to spend but half a day there to look after it, and he will. work In the sawmill the rest of the day. This arrangement is made necessary, he states, to success fully combat the high cost of living. Of course when the work In the office demands all his time he will give It. Subscriptions received this week are: J. D. Moffitt, Toledo, Or.; J. J. Hellany. Toledo, Or.; Wm. i:nos. Elk City, Or.; II. Murray, Toledo. Or.; R. R. Gwynn, Siletz, Or.; P. A. Prud homme, Chltwood, Or.; L. A. Pruett, Sunal, Calif.; W. E. Lin genfelter, Toledo, Or.; T. II. Uildersleeve, Nortons, Or.; E. II. Bryant, Nortons, Or.; Lot But ler, Hillsboro, Or.; John Hamar, Toledo, Or.; Geo. Altree, Port land, Or.; Newport Lumber Co., Newport, Oregon. Sixteen people from this vi cinity expect to leave In the morning for a motor trip to Crater Lake. From Crater Lake they will go to Fort Klamath and Klamath Falls, then up to Cresent and Odell lakes, then to Bend, from Bend to The Dalles, returning via ' the Columbia Highway to Portland, thence home. Those going on the trip are Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hall of Siletz, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Akin a;id daughter. Iris, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Stanton, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Arnold, MIhs Cenevieve Tlllo Hon, Mr. and Mrs. O. 13. McChm key, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nye and Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Harden. stop: 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 i iiiinniiiw '111 The Best Liked :22 in America for rfi American Boy PERHAPS dm fa a boy in your family who onlr necdi a Remington UMC X. ot ha own to put him on par with the other fellow at the rifle dub. TKert fa ptrfctfitacM for ill ji caliber work bout tone Remington UMC m'$ RrTsfc" " AUM' nfl- K Slui. Acoon It may Mipritt you to know that cm i . ihott cartridge can benefit enough by Km"P U"Can and experience to make it worth while for you to uuut an Ktwungto CAfC. SoU by Sparring Goodi Dtalm is Your Coon unity ' QmW tilyomr gma wtft REM OIL, tie tvmhimtmt PWrr Sm UttTKtm tmi . PrtrtMin TUB MMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE COMPANY, be. Urja VUmmfmttn f Fnom, n4 Ammmmun im lit Wii4 Woohronh Buildiag, New York NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE IN the Circuit Court of the 8tate of Oregon for the County of Lincoln L. W. William, Plaintiff, vs. Do Witt C. Henry, J. K. Weather ford, Iva May Henry, Charles W, Smith, and 0. Middlekauff, Defendants. By virtue of an execution decree and order ot sale issued out of the above T ! entitled Court in the above entitled X 1 action to me directed and dated the 4 9th day ot June, A. D. 191? in favor of T L. W. Williams, Plaintiff, and against V 1 .1 1 9 T . J , M .U uiu ruuth uuiiieu LeieuuttuiB lur nip sum of $668.10 with Interest inereln at the rate ot 6 per cent per annum from the 2nd. day of June A. D. 1917 and a further sum of 150.00 attorney's fees and costs taxed at $34.60, and costs of this writ commanding me to sell the following described real prop erty situate in Lincoln County, Ore gon as follows, to-wlt: The South west Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 34 in Township 8, South Range 11, West ot the Willamette Meridian in Lincoln County, Oregon, containing 120 acres. NOW. THEREFORE in compliance with the demands of said execution decree and order ot sale 1 will on Saturday the 18th, day of August, A. D. 1917 at 1 o'clock P. M. at the front door, ot the County Court House, in the City of Toledo, Lincoln Count, Oregon, sell to the highest bidder for ash, all the right title and interest jf the above named Defendants in the above named action, In the above des cribed property to satisfy said execu tion decree and order of sale, Inter est, costs and accruing costs. Date of first Publication July 20, 1917. Date ot last Publication Aug. 17, 1917. Bert Geer, Sheriff, of Lincoln County, Oregon. 0 . j R. D. BURGESS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 7oledo, Oregon SUMMONS In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Lincoln County Plaintiffs " Ebert Frances Ebert- VB. George E. Howery and Jano Doe Howery, his wife. Marlon E. Howery and Jane Doe Howery, his wife, Ade line Langley and John Doe Langler her husband. Martha Langley and Jolim Doe Ungley, her husband, Earnest VVelden Howery and Jano Doe Howery. nls wife, the unknown heirs of T Eav mton Hogg, Deceased, also all other persons or parties unknown clalmtec any right, title, estate, lien or Interest In the real estate describe,! In tha ?nn,hia'Eth0,e'.ni efen,lar.ti n wbove named defemlanU. George E. Howery and Jano Doe How! HI' hA W,& Marlon E- Howery n Jane Doe Howery, his wife, Adei:tj Langley and John Doe Ungley rer husband. Martha Langley and Jo'lm wBM,,,fley """""band. Earnest .. uunuuwa iimrg or T. Kg- Offlce hours: p. m. la Ofstedahl 10 to 12 a. m. Emergency calls a. any time, Phone, 1005 enton Hogg, deceased, also all other persons or parties unknown clalmlnr 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 vHf.Wfr .l',e cmPlaln' nled agalnat you In the above entitled court an cause within six (6) weeks from date, of the first publication of this sum mons exclusive of the date of the first publication and if you full to so ap pear and answer the above name plaintiffs will apply to the court tee the relief prayed for in plaintiffs coifa. plaint to-wlt: That the defendants and each ot them be required to set forth the na ture and extent ot their claims in or to the following real property to-wit: The southeast quarter of the south west quarter, the southwest quarter cf the southeast niinrtor anrf ih i. ibered four (4) of Section Thirty (30) In Township Eleven (11) gouts tir Office .range nine (9) west of the Willamette in Lincoln Countv Oroirom- - i j . nuildlne. 2 to 4 and 7 to iienuian 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. f ONE WAY FARES First and second class to the East and South apply via California. The trip can be made very economically. SUMMER EXCURSION FARES Round Trip to principal cities in the East will be on sale certain days in Aug ust and September. These tickets apply over practically all routes. Ask your local agent for particulars or write JOHN M. SCOTT, Ceneral Passencer Agent Portland SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES : 'Expert Watch Repairing When others fail you We Guarantee Satisfaction A trial will convince. Price verv reasonable. Over 40 Years' Experience as practical watchmaker All Work Guaranteed. HANS E. PETERSON G. L. PERKINS Shoemaker and Harness Repairer Shop on Hill Street TOLEDO. OREGON FOR SALE Two work horses for sale t cheap. Also two high grade ? ' i i . i ,, 1. 1 i , iiuiHU'iu uuns, aim mn graue Berkshire piss. Emil T. Raddant, Siletz, Ore. o containing one hundred and twenty two acres and flfty-seven hundredth of an acre. And also all the follower described real estate bounded as lows, beginning at the northeast cor ner of the southeast quarter oT tlie i j"" quarter or section twenty , , Ave (25) township eleven (11) south iff ; ; range ten (10) west of Wlllamm , , Meridian in the State of Oregon (Lin . . coin County), thence west to the teu ; ; ( tor of stream of water known as llce , , i yer Creek, thence southeast following . . the course of said Beaver Creek to a ;; point due south of place of beginning. , , thence north to place of beglnnlmf . , containing one and one half (1WJ ; ; I acres more or less, situated in Llncola , ,j County. Oregon. Also all of the north u.i .v,i oi tne northwest quarter (NW4) of section thirty-one (SI) la township eleven (111 ,nih nr . nine (9) west of the Willamette Men ;;dlan in Lincoln County, Oregon coa . Jtalnlng eighty (80) acres more or le. ' Thut plaintiffs be dwrocd to be thu owners In fee simple of said property free from any adverse claims on the part of the deft-ndantM and each of them, and that their title thereto bn , quieted. i Tllnt ft hn flAoinrl I... .1.. . . i the defendant have nr rlKht. title or niiereHi in or to tlio above desrrlbnd real property or any part thereof unit thut the defendants and em h of tliem bo restrained ami enjoined from a sertlng or claiming liny rUlit, title or interest In or lo nahl re.il proper! or any par! thereof am that plulnUlfu nave mu li other and further relief an tho court may deem Just ami emiltabln. This Humnmn is nerved upon tn above named defemlanu In- pulillcaliou by order of llio Honorulile II. K. .Mil ler JudKP of Die County Court of the Mao of Oregon for Lincoln County which order of publication Is daled the 2Sth day of June. 1917. and direct that this summons be served upon yc by publlrallon by being published or,'- each week for a period of six (6 c- socutlve weeks in the Lincoln Ctow.nt Ikf. cola 4. Cole, ... Attorneys for Plalntflft Address, Portland. Orecon. FOR SALE OR TRADE Good butcher business in Val ley town, doing an average j H18 ' nnt P"hiicaiion July 6. 1911 I monthly busings of $3800. UBie 01 laM publication Aug. 17, 19a I n.. .1-, 1 11L . 1 I T rjverytinng modern wiiu com p, I storage plant In connection. My 1 1 son and partner nave been Xjdrafted, and I can't handle It ATTENTION! I wish to purchase young goats up to 200 at reasonable price. Address Lloyd R. Peterson, Eddyvillc, Oi. . CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Christian Science Services will be held at the building first door north of cily hall Sunday at 0:45 o'clock. Subject lesfcon sermon, Soul. Sunday School at 10 o'clock. All are cordially Invited. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Thft Pnnntw Pnnrt r.t t 1 alone as I am getting up In ;Co. Oregon years. Will sell or trade for bids for the mirrhn ,H ,a Hancourt property, in Toledo Oregon. All bids mimr ho r.n m with the County Clerk, on or be fore 10 o'clock A. M. Wednesday. farm or range property, Inquire at Leader Office, NOTICE aeniemncr 6tfi. I'll 7 ' " ' ittUDV iUf iii-i -1111111:1 11 uitii , annin- The Home Restaurant Is now chock, or its equivalent, amount open for business. Home Cook. ;g tn 5 .,cr mit f , ' b ' Ing and Homo Pastry for sale. Iniitted UB" McalH 25 cents and up. R K Howe Harry Svayze, Proprietor. I County Clerk,