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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. FRIDAY. .SEPTEMBER 21st, 1917.
Banker C. K. Hawkins was a Portland vibltor tlia first of the "week. Mrs. Grant Hart returned Wednesday evening from the Valley. E. H. Bryant of Mortons had business in Toledo Tuesday evening. Miss Essie Ball was a passen ger for the Lower Bay Wednes day evening. Joe Bryant and son, Brlnton. autoed over from the Agency Wednesday. Chas. II. Gardner was up from the Resort City on busi ness Tuesday. Mrs. K. M. Sta.iton is enter taining: the Ladies Whist Club this ai umooii. Mr :. riv;l Waters departed Tuesday inrni;ir? to join her husband who is now located at Portland. Al Taylor was over from the Agency last Saturday. 0. A. Loe returned to Silver- ton Saturday morning. J. C. Kurtlchanov was down from Chltwood Wednesday. W. E. Peterson went to Port land yesterday after his new Ford car. Orval and Cora Hanson re turned Saturday evening from I Independence. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Chambers returned Monday evening from the hopyards. A. W. Morgan, the timberman, has been a Toledo visitor sever al days this week. Wm. Mackey returned to his home near Bend, Eastern Ore gon, Monday morning. REPORT OF THE CONDITION Of the Lincoln County Bank, at To ledo. In the state of Oregon, at the cloBe ol business Sept. 11th, 1917. No. 202. Resource Loans and discounts . .' .... $80,619.82 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 236.29 Bonds and warrants 32.1o2.82 Stocks and other securities ..4,118.12 Banking house 4,uV'.ou Furniture and fixtures 1,500.00 Other real estate owned .. ..11,475.00 Due from approved reserve banks 44,a.w.'j Checks and other cash items 490.89 Cash on hand 13,190.90 G. A. Schumacher, the New port confectioner was a Valley- , ... 1 i .. . r- Mr nml Mrs Tml TT,1wqIi paboviigci laol oaiuiudy, and soil. Jnek. wore VaMeyward passengers this sucrning. Mrs. E. Ofstedahl and son, Clarence returned from Port land last Saturday evening. Cecil Blowtr oi Mill Four de parted last week for lloquiam, Wash., where he will work this winter. Mrs. Gabriel anived over from Harris Wednesday evening for a visit with her father, II. L. Mc Farlanc!. A marriage license was is sued Wednesday io Wilder Kyle of Newport and .Mi.ss Alma Boone of Winant. V.Ti Salv.Kro returned to Frank Nye of the 3d Oregon Machine Gun Squad spent Sun day visiting Toledo relatives ana friends. J. C. IBoeflein of Coburg has been visiting with his son, Geo Tge, and family near this city this week. Bookkeeper Healey of the Bade Lumber Company was a Valleyward passenger Tuesday morning. Archie Winemlller, saw filer for the Bade Lumber Co., de parted Monday morning for Sheridan. Sherm Bateman has purchas ed the IT. H. Pratt property, in Total Liabilities $192,69653 Capital stock paid in .. ..$10,000.00 Surplus fund l.uuu.uu Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid 1,205.77 Due to banks and bankers ..7,170 Individual deposits subject to check 155,307.17 Demand certificates of deposit 2,470.55 Cashier checks outstanding . ...:i01.40 Time and savings deposits ..15,150.89 Total $192,696 53 her brother, Fred, and wife. occupy same soon, Mrs. Mary V. Steele returned I IS IT THE TRUTH J JYES.AND THE NEW I k ffl IN THS WRT OF IGOOD TIU. USEPJ . THE COUNTRY! I 1 GRAVELY h CELEBRATED U- Chewing Plu ML BEFORE THE INVENTION OP OUR PATENT AIR-PROOF POUCH GRAVELY PLUG TOBACCO MADE STRICTLY FOR ITS CHEWINO QUALITY I WOULD NOT KEEP FRESH IN THIS SECTION. Jjj FRESH AND CLEAN AND GOOD '.. fcfj A LITTLE CMtW Or UHAVILT IB tNUUOM AND LASTS LONGER THAN A BIO CHEW OF ORDINARY PLUG. J?J3. Svaovty Joffaccc Cc Oumuin. "WW" SEE THAT SMILE-BILL POSTERS BILLBOARDS ARE SPREAD WITH MIGHTY PLEASING INFORMATION H TODAY, f -unaware STATE OP OREGON, ) ) 88. County of Lincoln, ) I, C. O Hawkins, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to i Ine Desi or my Knowieage ana ubul-i. C. O Hawkins, Cashier I J OUUHCI 1IJCU OIIU O VI u lu uimi tuw this 18th day of Sept., 1917. Q. B. McCluskey, Notary Public. My commission expires Aug. 31, 1019. CORRECT Attest: C. E. Hawkins, Wm. Scarth, Directors. SUMMONS 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 WARRANTS i " 1 1 1 1 1 M I 1 1 1 1 ll WWW Notice is hereby ?1ven that all warrants drawn on the General Fund of Lincoln County. Oregon, endorsed prior to and including March the 8th, 1916, are hereby bE Si Poland S,n.!c,.,ed ,d the .eo,. n.. i ... r. -r. . How Avaninv QTtor a ennrt visit sluimjcu ima uj . -.... late, av.u .wiss t trace nan. re- . ' 1 , turned Wednesday evening from til Toledo friends the hop fields. Mr. Foster a.id Miss Savilla W. A. Cooper drove a Frank lin car to Portland the latter Foster of Portland returned to: part of last week, returning on their home Saturday morning (Saturday evening s train after visitinc at the L. A. IIul- Catherine and Vln Collins ar rived over from Lebanon Mon day evening for a visit with their grandmother, Mrs. Catherine Collins. A marriage license was issued last Saturday by County Clerk Howell to Earl Hines of Wasco county, and Miss Myrtle Cline of bert home at Toledo, Melvin Collins of Portland passed through to the lower bay Wednesday on a hunting trip to Table Mt." He will spend a few days with his grandmother here before returning to Portland. A. Y. Winter ol Helena, Mont. is visiting this week with his , Eddvville BlRtPr Mrs K. T. P.addant. anc J . ' family at Orton. Mr. Winter Is Fred Romtvedt went to Port reporter cf the Public Service land Monday after his new Ford 'Comn.iffrion oi the State of Mon tana. O. A. Gilson moved down from Salado recently and lie and fam ily are oecni ying t'ie (Just Olson house dtt t: " lannovy. At present Mr. t;ilson i;i working for Mr. Tcncr, reshingling his barn. 11 K. Wood ar tlie Valley Wed- wliere t .icy have s vi-'pl months. iEoing on over to Oiton yester day mornins wlii-re Mr. Wood will tearh this winter. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Snatz de parted Mi'i'i -y e home at i'ai. ii i Mrs. Si-;hz liav-- !. rants drawn on the Current Ex pense fund of said county, en dorsed to and including July Gth, 1917, and warrants Nos. lSOOu, 18006, 18008, 18007, 1S009, 18010, 18011, 1S012, 1S013, 18014 and 18214, drawn on said fund and endorsed July 7th, 1917, are hereby called and the interest thereon stopped this day. Dated at Toledo, Oregon, this 7th day of September, 1917. Ira Wade, County Treasurer. Mr. m d Mr?, rived o.vr fron: nesday tverii' been i.i-t car, returning Wednesday even ing. John Peterson accompan ied him on the return trip. Mrs. Ina Ilamar was down from Nortons several days this week, visiting with her brother, Carl Gildersleeve, and family, and looking after business inter ests. Andrew Nye returned Monday evening from a trip to buver. While in the Valley he purchased a fine thorough bred Roan-Durham bull, which he had shipped in by express NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the County t of the State of ! Oregon for the County of Lincoln In tlie Matter of the Estate of Sam uel Hill, deceased. Notice Is hereby given that t!ie un- i derslRned has been, by ortipr of the ! County Court of Lincoln Cauntv. Ore-1 Bon, duly appointed administratrix of the estate of Samuel Hill, deceased. ; All persons havini; claims asainst s:iirt estate are hereby notified ft) present , the same, duly verified and with prop- ( er vouchers as by law required, to nie. at Ona. Oregon, within six months from the date of this notice. Dated this Cth day of September, 1917. i Hester H. Coovert, Administratrix. of the Estate of Samuel Hill, deceased. Hawkins & McCluskey, Attorneys NEW BOOKLET ISSUED We are In receipt of an nt- coast r.n.i siw i hort vl:: brotht-t . . family. , Emil letz v.:.:- : Mr. R::d-!-an exbil : ward'i t with tu-:. at th- certain!', i.'ii'- Inform us i'.i.' Ihousai I' '"'1 Fall, for win 1. ceive a di-llar invented by himself. I which was eomniled bv the For- Geo. Sylvester of Portland, i est Service and published by the E. P. Currey was a passenger Lfnr Portland Monday morning. . T.m tVinli ' . -.. .. . . 1 t . 1 .A i.. h i i wniie in me cuv lie eApeeis iu '"" ' a.U nave a number of aut0 BI)rinBs Itractive booklet, entitled "Camp- t.,.inng the made, after a pattern recently ine, .'Sshinir and Hunting Guide" ; ,- r -i t rt a it . i i i- ! i i" . .'.rri. Spatz . .1 . .. . .Rnnmom I'r.r fio rmtmne.v. passeu tnrougn tins rionii-in en- , " "v ' , ' r . . route home from a visit at New- The rorost loseives Wok. r;per SI-!p0rt Mr. Svlvester is a former "en Oregon with road i. tr.uls. .-'lesday. resident of this county bavins : resorts, cam pins llac-.-s. nioii.i : .. ' , v.;;h him 1Ive(1 foP years at Newport. itaius. fishing, streams and hi: ,. Ch lie for-i i are described in detail. ( oni- i .. I)'.- iaeed ! Rmcmbrr the big f-hew at'piute instructions are given t: tv exhibit ;the Dime Theatre next Friday , prepare for a hunting or fisliin, i i i '.'v were evening. The seven reel feature trip, even to cooking utensils and , , . U.iJdant iNeptune's Daughter showing : amount and quality of food. . ar-hed six Anetta Kellernian in many spec- This booklet contains mucn . 4.1.-. I t f ( 1 ' . .. oats this itacuiar scenes, auuiissiuu o' .u?elul iiiiormaiion regamniv, ..l n- .. . , ...-ii i... I.. eels to re-v"" nfiiui. western uregon anu v. in in valuable to anyone contemplat ing a fishing, hunting or cainp- Intr Irlti In ttial Irrrlllirv turned to Toledo the first of the ,in Toledo last Saturday evening cOI,ie8 can i,e obtained from wteek. lias bien worKin j; tue past tor a visit at tne' w. a. cooper flnv southern Pacific Agent, or several nionui.v n--iiici luiuumcu lum mj, r. . ib v'ill be furnished free on appnea Ralph Hanson. ?u aviator, wuo orotner oi w. j. anu ine iies was making H';''i's at Seaside ames Cooper are sisters. Vila anmtiwir ( ilnrciice has been - luia uu.. .. - - - T n I nr. anu iiib. jcbbb neeuer ur- ie lie ( . Clar.-rice I nsUl. (:'sie.l.i':1 who re- Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Cooper, ot Aberdeen, Washington, arrived taking lessons, fid says that he got so pro! i km In the art of flying that be could handle the machine alone. He likes the business a. id expects to follow It further. Subsciip.lons received this week arc: Al Taylor, SileU, Ore gon; Mrs. M. V. Steele, Pert land, Or.; Mis. 'lara Curry, Roscburg, Or.; L. M. Commons, Ona. Oregon; John Raymond Dickson, Aero Sqdrn., Camp Kelley. Kan Antonio, Texas; Emil T. Kaddar.t, filet z, Oregon; Geo. Sylvester. Povliand, Ore gon; Jesse KnTin. Echo. Oregon; Hans Olson. Toledo. Oregon; O. A. Gilson, Toledo, Orcgou. rived Saturday evening from Southern California where they have been the past several months. They spent the first of the week visiting with Mrs. Reeder s parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ilamar, going on to Ya qulna Wednesday evening. Mrs. II. II. Pratt has decided not to remain here In Toledo, and has been selling off her property and furniture this week. She and daughter, Mrs. Doll, expect to leave Sunday evening for Hlalr, Nebraska, where Mrs. Pratt will make her home with her daughter for the present. LEADER A'i , Makes Clubbing Arrangement With The Oregon Farmer Offers Unusual Opportunity to Its Readers A' MONG our large circle of readers there are a great many who are In terested directly or indirectly in fruit growing, dairying and other branches of farming. All of thesa naturally wish to keep in close touch with ag ricultural activities throughout the state; and to know about any fight which is being1 waged for the measures Oregon farmers want and against all sorts of schemes that are detrimental to the people and agricultural interests of this state. . We have, therefore, made a special clubbing arrangement with THE OREGON FAR MER whereby any farmer or fruitgrower, who is one of our regular subscribers and who Is not now a subscriber to TILE OREGON FARMER, will be entitled to receive THE OREGON FARMER in combination with this paper at the same rate as for this paper alone. This offer applies to all those who renew or extend their subscriptions as well as to all new subscribers. If you are interested di rectly or indirectly in Oregon agriculture, do not miss this unusual opportunity, but Bend your order in now. TIIE OREGON FARMER is the one farm paper which is devoting itself exclusively to the farming activities and interests of Oregon. It has a big organisation gath ering the news of importance to fanners, dairymen, fruitgrowers, stoeKraisers and poultry men; and it has the backbone to at tack wrongful method:) luid combinations and bad legislation, and support honest leader t and beneficial measures. Vv'c are confident that our readers will congratulate us cn our being ah'? to Hake this nplerdid and at tractive cluYwir.if offer. TWO PAPERS FOR PRICE OF OME Lincoln County Leador, One Year, $1.50 Oregon Farmer, Ona Year $1.00 Both $2.50 By our Special Clubbing plan. both for $1.50 LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER Toledo, Oregon In the Circuit Court of the Stat of Oregon for Lincoln County Jny W. Dunn, 1'lalntlfr. vs. Mellnila J. riummer, and Homer 6. ' Mcl):irills and Etta MeDanlels, bia I wlfo, Defendants.. ' Ta Mellnda J. Plummer, one ot the above named defendants: In the Name of the State of Oregon: You are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint of plaintiff filed iiKulnst you in the above entitled suit on or before the expiration of six ! weeka from the date of first publica i tion of this summons, and if you fan I ho to appear and answer, for want I thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the I above entitled Court for the relief de i nmndt'il In his complaint, towlt For a. decree of this Court forec'oslng a cer tain mortgage executed by the said Mclinda J. Hummer on the 1.1th dnr of January 1916 on the following di cribed real property situated In Lin coln County, Oregon, towlt: Beginning 27.176 chains north variation 21 de grees 27 minutes east of the 'itli sec tion corner between sections four and five township eleven south of range eleven west of the WUIiamette Meri dian, Lincoln County, Oregon, thence 88 degrees 55 minutes west 40.63 chains, thence north variation 21 de grees 27 minutes east 12.258 chains tv township line, thence east on the town ship line variation 21 degress 27 min utes east 40 chains, thence south var iation 21 degrees 27 minutes east lixn ciiains to place or beginning, save and except 10 acres sold to Homer K. McDunlcIs and Ktta MeDnnlob) one of the northwest corner of said above described tract, and that the above described tract he sold by the sheriff of Lincoln County. Oregon, as provid ed by law to satisfy the amount doe and owing to plaintiff on said mort gage; and further for a decree that each of said defendants and all of then and nil persons clnlming by or through you said defendant may be barred iind foreclosed of any estate, right, ti tle. Hen or interest in or to said mort gaged premises or any part thereof and for such other and further relief ae may be equitable and just. This summons is served upon yoa by publication In accordance with an Order by the Honorable ft. R. Miller. County Judge of Lincoln County, Ore gon, which said order 's dated Septem ber L'.th. 1917. and which requires thai tills summons be published In the Lin coln County Leader for six consecutive i nil successive weeks beginning with the Isiue nf .September 14th, 1917 and ending with the Issue of October 2fitli, 1917. Hawkins & McCluskey, Attorney for 1'lalntlfr. Whose post ollicc address is Toledo. Oregon. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the County Court of the State of I Oregon for the County of Lincoln I In the Matter of the ttate of Johi (lillllhin -. deceased. Notice Is hereby given that the tw derslcit i h:s been, by order of the Coimtv Court of Lincoln County. Ore gon. d:::v appointed administrator nf .the est.l',' ol lo!in (illllll.llns. demised. I. Ml per .uiis having claiiiM ugalnst said r: tate are hereby iiotifii ri to prceuit the sail '. (l'lly Verified i.vl with prnp- ' t.r vi in 'ii rs lit Oi,, i !: Hawk.' 1 gun. w !' i ''i of this i j.a:. .i t: . . r.i7. N. L. C.uil!:.Trs. Ailm:nistril"r. of till! IM t - cf .1 ill fi (lilllll: l:is, det'i.MSoi! s liy law required, to . 'i, i-r at tl;e lav: oil'.i e i,f Wl'lll ..,,.; . I'.iled.i, (lr- iiinMln from tin- dat Mil iImv of Sepleniiiir, tlon to the General PaFscncer Department of the Southern Pa cific at Portland. NOTICE Ta all whom It may concern: Notice is hereby given Unit Alwlno MlRchler and Charles Cutor, Ksecutru nnd Kxocutor of the Kstnte of Join. Mlschler, deceased, have rendered and presented for settlement nnd filed In the County Court of the Stuto of Ore gon for Lincoln County their Final Account of their administration of s-ild estute; That Saturday, the 2.1th day of August. 1917. at ten o'clock ft. m. In the courtroom of snld court at the ceurt houso In Toledo, In said Lin coin County, bat b"-n duly nppoln'ed by snld court as tho time nnd place- for hearing objections to such Final Ac count and tho setlloir.cut thereof. Alwlne Mlichlcr, Kxciutrlx, Charlet CUor, Executor. W AUG ITS MARKET FRESH AND CURED MEATS FISH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON Highest Price Paid for Hides LESTER WAUCH, Prop. R. D. BURGESS PHYSICIAN ANU SUltGEON 7oledo, Oregon Office hours: p. 01. In Ofatedahl nulldlng. Office 10 to 12 a. m.: 2 to 4 ui.d 7 to Emergency calls n. any time. Phone, 100 J HAY FOR SALE Just rercivptl three ear loads of fine hay. St-e ni' before lay ing In your winter's xtipply. E. P. Currey, Toledo, Or. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the County Court of (he State of Oregon for the County of Lincoln In the Matter of the KsUto of tieo- rge K. Ilamar, Deceased. Notice Is horehy given that tho uti derslgned lias been, by order of the T County Court of Lincoln County, Oro-1 X gnn, duly appointed administratrix of the estate of tieorgo 10. Iramar, de ceased. All persona having claims against snld estate are hereby notified to present the same, duly verified and with proper vouchers as by luw re quired, to me, at NortoiiM, Oregon, within six months from thu datu of this notice. Dated this 17th (lay of August, 1017. i Expert Watch i ,j Repairing When others fail you t We Guarantee Satisfaction T A trial will convince. Price vcrv reasonable. i Over 40 Years' Experience as practical watchmaker M. Ina Hamar, Admlnlstrtrlx of tho Estate of lieorgn 10. Ilamar, . Dooonscu. All Work Guaranteed. HANS E. PETERSON r 4