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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5th, 1917. 4444 lUHHHWHtWWMIIII m w r y j x 4 1SQS39BI ll ; ; BUILDERS HARDWARE: Is a specialty with us, and we are known to all architects and con tractors as supplying the very best in this line for all purposes. We also carry all kinds of tools and Implements for various trades and a full line of agricultural im plements, barrows, saws, axes, scythes, raltes, hoes, etc. Try our Flexo Roof Paint. PETERSON HARDWARE CO V LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER F. N. HAYDEN, Publisher OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER EnterejJ at Toledo, Oroi?on t'ostofflce, Established Twenty-Four Years Ago. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES One Year. In advnncs $1.50 Six Months, in advance 75 Three Months, in rdv.-.nca...... 0 Phone 7C03 ' AT McGEE'S, TOLEDO, OREGON GET THAT CATALOG AND COMPARE PRICES A FEW OF OUR PRICES QUOTED BELOW 0 INCH SERGE $1.60 PER YD. 42 INCH POPLIN $1.50 PER YD. 35 INCH SHEPPARD CHECK. . . .$0.75 PER YD. 3C INCH MIDDY SERGE $0.90 PER YD. ZEPHYR GINGHAMS $0.22'2 " YD. CURTAIN GOODS $0.20 PER YD. YARNS ALL COLORS RED CROSS SUPPLIES A COMPLETE LINE OF LOGGERS SHIRTS SHOES, COATS, ETC. WHY NOT SPEND YOUR MONEY WHERE YOU GET THE El EST VALUES AND HELP BUILD UP YOUR OWN HOME TOWN , W. P. flcGEE I ANDREWS BUILDING TOLEDO, OREGON VMtt-w- 1 1 1 1 1 n -mint 1 1 1 tit-H- rest of the count v have the tr","""-'TTT'r " ' I same right. The people at large i mi nnri wm i - : i lie W nite corner oiore I WISH TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO A FEW ITEMS PRICE ON OTHER GOODS ARE EQUALLY LOW. ONE PRICE TO ALL FULL COUNT MATCHES, THE BOX ChYSTAL WHITE SOAP, THE BAR Be. BOB WHITE SOAP, THE BAR 8c. COAL OIL, THE GALLON PHONE 9005 TOLEDO, OREGON The Newnort News is sore, and when it is prre it always takes a fling at Toledo. Its lat est attack of bile was brought on by failure of the went road bonding measure, and it goes on as follows, "the voters of the county have deliberately turned Idown a gift of $200,000 from the ! state highway commission and jnrobably as much more from the Federal government, and will continue to wallow in the mud, and all on account of the con Ijsumate selfishness of Toledo." li'Now wouldn't that rati' you, slats, ana we certainly are ashamed of our selfishness. Newport certainly displayed a noble spirit of self sacrifice when by act of the li'ft legisla ture it hart itself set off in a dis trict by its sflf, a -id removed from under the jurisdiction of I j the County Court, so far as road taxing aivl miliums was con cerned. Then p.;;?i:i it was very generous in c ?.: terhvs; the roads into Newport as outlined under ,the bonding act. wc don't blame the people of Newport for sup porting the measure, but we do think the News dismays a lot of hewers, Sail. The people of .ewport nad fa right to vote just as they saw tit, and we bercve t lie people in L. C. SMITH WRITES Editor: We all want better roads, and might it be possible, now that the smoke of battle has cleared away to suggest that we go de liberately about it to lay out a road program for perhaps ths next five or ten years tor Lln- coki County. It seems to the writer that if precinct meeting were held and delegates sent to a County con vention each holding votes in accordance with the number of voters in the precinct, that we might get a solid basis for a road bond issue. It might be well before going into the busi ness to agree to leave disputed points to some higher tribunal, n(tav such us tue ouue iiiguwiiy ium mission. L. C. Smith. WriT Small spent Wednesday up the line. Sam Brassfield was over from Siletz Monday. R. R. Wilson was down from Chitwood Wednesday. L. F. Rasmussen and son were up fronj Yaquina Monday. Ed. Bueil was a passenger for Newport Saturday evening. FOR IMMEDIATE SALE CHEAP Comfy bungalow, modern up. to-date plumbing and electric light fixtures. Built-in Mtcfcen features and buffet. Colooaiie opens into living room from Jin ing room. Fire place mantle ex tends the whole width of Iivias room, with built-in book case and window seat. Fire-place tiled. Four room bungalow with Attorney G. B. MeCluskey had an tne conveniences you wast business at Saiado Wednesday Floyd Butler was a pasi.cn ser for Portland Monday morning'- Joe Kosydar was over from the Siletz several day 3 this week. Mrs. P. A. Miller a:id Lambert Nelson drove down from Pioneer many features that are not men tioned here, can be seen by lock ing at the Bungalow. C. OfstedaliL LOGGERS AND MILL HANDS NEEDED The War Department has call ed for two battalions or forert engineers, to be composed of ex perienced loggers and mill hands who will go to France and get out timber and other forest pro ducts for the use of the Allies' armies. One regiment has al ready been fully recuited and it Is understood is now in France. The work consists mainly of practical logging and lumbering operations in the French, for ests. For logging crews there are needed skilled axmen, woods FOR SALE OR TRADE For small dairy ranch 42 su fruit ranch, redshot land, 25 a. Merchant C. S. Davis was over cult, balance pasture and timber, from the Agency Monday afcer- !4 a. blackcaps, 2 a. strawberries, noon; ' i20f) young prune trees, family t ,,.,.,i fmni orchard, 7 room house, barn, I Chas. Larsen re urncd f om hoghouse, henhoaaew the Oregon State tan- Satin Jay . ma w,tg yeanj wood evening. , vvolj water piped to barn, iiuiie Dr. Ortf" was up from Xew- monts, team, wagon, bugrgy, I nort. Vedr.tsJIay on professional Cows, 1 calf, 30 chickens, tele L"r!r.csr. phene, mail route, 3 miles frorv Lawrence Mc-Rride of E.hly- - canneries, good rock road, ville was in the city Sunday and "..-e $0,500, $1,200 mortgage.. UUIlll I. nuutL Monday. R. R. Gwynn was over from Siletz Tuesday evening, to at tend the banquet. Surveyor Ord Castle was a passenger up the line Wednes day morning. Ed. Wm. Matthews of the Ncwberg, Ore., R. D. No. 3. FOR SALE 2 llolstein cows 2 Jerseys 25. to $75 good milkers. 1 sa&He. Merycrs 50 gal. barrel spraying machine new 1V2 yrs. aco $15 are neeaea smitea axmen, woous , x Btten(lc(i thc bin-! now cost 40. One sow. one Ber- sawyers, crosscut w men, "e !Quet Tuesday evening. shire boar, a piano $100 cosi DILIUUCIS CllIU U1ULA were not liven a voice in tne laying out of these roads at all, and at the election they rebuked the originators of the scheme b voting the measure dowi. Out. quet Tuesday smiths; for mill work, mill- E. S. Oaldancl or nay view v us wrights, mill sawyers, circular in the city Wednesday bnngmg saw filers, engineers and exper-ln the election returns. ienced mill hands. This regiment offers to train ed loggers and mill men who de sire to enter the army an oppor tunity to serve their country in the line of work for which their life and training has particularly R. S. VAN CLEVE side of Newport there were but 'fitted them. Information con- four precincts that voted in favor ; cerning the regiment may be ob- of the bonus, liaa tne peopie oi i tamed from any or tne rouowing the county been consulted in I officers who are authorized to making up the road plan we i8t men for service: think the measure would have Portland, Oregon, 405 Beck carried, and we believe tnat a jBldg., Geo. H. Cecil, District For- bond issue can still be voted. . Water Front Meat Market f J. L. Demitt, Prop. We are assured that the price of wheat determined ny wio . President will be maintaineu K JL Gllson ,8 down from hls X throughout the year by tne r oou i -anch at Saiado today ester. EMgene, Oregon, H. B. Rank Un, Forest Supervisor. Toledo Freih nd Cuied Meats Creamery Butter I buy all my Beef, Mutton and Pork from the local ranchers, and 1 pay the lilKheut market price delivered at my ahop. I pay the highest market price tor hldoi and pelta. WATER FRONT, TOLEDO, OREGON HHWHtwMWWWHI I II It it I Lincoln County Bank j (iNCOliroRATED) TOLEDO. - OREGON Ii . . . . tiot thpr I Administration, .. . v r - Mf and Mr8 Fred Salvage can be no oujeiu ""' and Roy Swearineen expect to 1ft ucuv. ... , . Interest anil ueienorauuu DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DIRECTORS C. E. HAWKINS WM. Sf-UiTH C. O. HAWKINS Interest on Time Deposit a;i vea by marketing early. At tne pre- J . A. nnii hill. ent time tne ranu.tu:i .a.. die more wheat to storage points for ready distriDution ami mills to" be manufactured into flour for domestic con sump and exportation to our allies where it is much needed and for which ships are avauauie ai Wm. Toer returned from a several days visit at Valley points Tuesday evening. C. E. Vandernool of Newport was up Wednesday, transacting business at the county seat. T. Kurtichanov is down from , Chitwood today, transacting business at the county seat. Miss Marie Sloeum of Siletz returned home Sunday after an extended visit at Valley points. Mrs. C. Zevely and Mrs. L. F. Rasmussen of Yaquina were county seat visitors Monday. Jim Franks and Leo Shea drove over from the Agency Monday in the former s car. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Swearingen returned from the State Fair at Salem, Saturday evening. Jack Ross returned to his work at Bend, Oregon, after scv cost massive dining room set. hogany dressers brass bed, &cir ing machine etc. Telephone. R. A. Barnch, Elk City. O. A. GILSON Builder Carpenter Work All Kinds By Day or Contract TOLEDO, OREGON SUMMONS leave next week for Bremerton, Washington, where the boys will work in a sh p yard. Wm. Lin- eral weeka 8)ent wishing home folks in Toledo. Recorder Dave Harding of Newnort nassed through from genfelter will take Fred's place as manager of Al's Cash Gro cery. Among those from Toledo at- L tendin? the E. M. GHson . sale yesterday 'we noticed: T. B. Butler, U. F. Early, A. L. Ogles- bee, Wm. Darnley, D. L. Peter- The raiiroaus w imi aii." nrine xneu Later In den, M. W. Small, and u. 13 twWW-WtWtWHWtH4WH 4 1 t4ti.4..l44i We Have Not to the farmers to Uviipnt to market now. the Fall the hanoung oi many more products will cause con gestion and delay. The milways are now hei'it; operated in common to serve the entire commnriiy. The demands for movements or military and supplies will be ;.n Increasing burden. The'V'o'T. th. railways must have lh- ro-oe.-alion of the entire f;nnmvuilty. i No . Raised Our Prices Furthenrforo Wa Guarantoo c',. STRICTLY ALL WOOL ' SUITS MADE TO ORDER At the Same Old Price WARNING! DONT BE FOOLED! All 8cotch Woolen Mills suitings are GUARANTEED STRICTLY ALL WOOL, and of the sane quality usually found In regular $25 suits. J. S. AKIN, Toledo, Oregon Cluskey, Tony Klees was over from Blodgett Sunday visiting with former Toledo friends. Tony and wife formerly lived here, he Inrr ft ttntn t irnvlrl n r Ytt nn ' lit ,,.! u conciuhioi Uo,)Lrl An,!r0Ha v.ui inve c-iU- turned from the Vclley the fin i;,t at the next peneini ifo,.ma for the KaHt 60011i r. "of the week, h:ving drove his the duestir.M of ,mun.Knauff is a step-father to the car out to Eugene to leave it for get plenty of logs. Word was received last Wed nesday bv Misses Bessie and Jes- ,.r 'sie KnattlT that they had received : tnroup.n me wui oi ineir tate lather, twenty-six thousand uol- i i.. ............. :.. itii.iitivn ,i Kirs I'li'l'i 'i. 11 .i H'.'Ut-.UIl, Ul . I . II . . I e T.. a lid illS .iL'b.'ilt;, irinivi iy i In the Circuit Court of the State f Oregon for Lincoln County A. O. Abraliamson, Flalntiff. vs. Terry Blevins and Jane lai IH vlus, his wife. Defendants. To Perry Blevins and Jane ftae Ettev ins defendants above cr.mcd: In the Name of the State of Oregon:. Vcu and each of you are hcrtiiy re (liiired to appear and inswcr tiio cm plaint filed against you in the nVWe entitled cause and court on or bvC.ira tlie 1:1 day of November, A. D.. lilt caul date being six recks f:rwa i!t Hi st pulillration of this umuiout. tu If v.ju tall to appear and fiirer, or otherwise plead therein, for Hi-ant t!n r!iif the plaintiff will take tx ir'-M nnd decree against you a.i mjr 'fl iur in ills complaint herein. tnr-Jt; Portland and other Valley points VT, ",0 ,Bl"n.1or " Thousand i uiuoiiu aim dollars for the further sum or TVtaxy Saturday evening. j ,$:;o dollars, Interest to the lSdty r Ti,. Tl,lr. CVinnla otnrtpil M.v. 11T. together with Interim ut iuc ; ' ",,,.".,. nf tlie former Btim from the 18tl w nt this week with an enrollment of Mav ril7i at ie rat3 of 6 ?mt tar iris. Erllng. Trygva and Ruth und expended; and for a docrw! Inr Brauti Of Mill Four enrolled as the foreclosure of a certain riHirtruco students of the Toledo school, St'Tb&J to tiio plaintiff, as more fully fcrt forth In t-uid coinplulnt, said nmrtitb onv eriiiK real property descTihod a R. loivc. towlt: The North half nC Hi Si, nth hi,lf of the South east qioirUr of Si-i-H.m 13, In Township 11 ?jt!rti ItatiKi- S West of Willamette, MiTSsnv l.'i. - iiln County, Ocegon. Tills KUiiimonH is srved ujxmj li'- piililli utlon once a week ffr nr rntk srcu-lve woeks from SfptiT-v-r CTlft, 1!iI7, to nnd liu liinlve of .Vovcmin- 'jl son, Alvln Schlecht, E. S. Oak- ,5 In the gramniar grades and per annum, and for the further, land. A. T. Peterson, F. N. Hay-34 in the High School. &mXE den, M. VV. Small, and G. B. Mc- Erllne. Trvsva and Ruth ami expended: and for a utxrw. the first of the week. Section Foreman John Davis has been transferred to the Chit- being sawyer at the local mill, jwood section he moving his fani- Ile is now operating a mill at iiy to that place Sunday. Blodgett, but is figuring some oni .,..,, lW lnP1.s have been satisfactorily amuij.;- S15 mint nt-1- The Nevnort '(HTcxprviliMi ii,.vit -.ii l .idii'T.nl has; an ar I 1 1 1. I v. ' . In It-. Km . iV' v:'t tt J- l;iV m- '-.ivrii mt i lie rc ..':! vtisul election. states th f. the county sent to Newport w 111 .lie made o".? or the lues. inc :: Newport News also say thai ::Valdport would start fnsM to iliave con ltv seat located at i nrt We irucps they got heir hunch from the l'.0 north cf City Hall. Sunday at 11 Vote on tne roau " (o'clock. Subject leion sermon, o nnn ijs ior u.iu "o- Come again. iA and that the local Fawinnl will be again sawius soo i. W. G. F.niery was up from Newport Tuesday cve!.l.ig to hi-, in attendance at the bavrpn I for the tlepr.it ii j; soldier boys. ! F. B. Davis or Mill Four re- 1' 17, piiiMiai.t 'ii r:i or-li r oi oiali! ' .1. W. Il:iiiiilt(iii, lii-I.-. iiIk.v.- piititled t'ourt, whli h li-'.cil h'. ptemher lTt'i. It!.'. Stark t Cu i:e Attorneys ror r ri:itf- of fir?t tilil)Ti-:t;: Si-- . . Date of lii. t pillilP allo'.i Nov, . i-.' l!iii ' Ij.-x.. t.r. girls. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Christian Science Services wlH be held at the building first door ;the winter. Section Foreman Murphy and son arrived Monday cveniiu to EVERGREEN BLACK- GERRIES WAfVttO Will pay 3 cents per U d-c.liv- VE HAVE ESTABUSHED AN OFFICE IN THE NORTH-EAST CORNER OF OUR PLANT WHERE BILLS MAY BE PAID AND ALL BUSI NESS PERTAINING TO THE COMPANY WILL BE TAKEN CARE OF. Notice Is hereby given that the un dnrsicned ndmlnlsUnitor of the estate of Orrln Howe, deceased, Ins filed in the Con nt v Court of l,lti''oln County, Stpte of flreirnn. h1? final account us mch nilmlnlMrntor of caid eliite, nnd that Monday tin1 r.th tiny of Novem- a. oer, 1:111, inr nuur 01 Ten ociim-k in J the forei"im nf m'i dnv lu-.s been fixed Jiliy Rii!t foiirt u tim time for hearing KiiijeciK'tio to tif report, una tne set !tleiii( iit thereof. I M. Hswj. A(lillil-tl':ilor of I'l" ' 1' !.l nl .Irl in ll,,U ., it,., iimiiiil ! i-, Yaauina Electric Co. Ambition is a fine thing, but the man isn'e horn who doesn't need assistance and -advice. Don't pass up either. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT Unreality. Sunday School at 10 o'clock. All are cordially invited. o FOR SALE 1 Guernsey cow, large 6 year old, fresh this spring $50.00. I Guernsey heifer 3 year old, fresh in July. 1917 $50. 1 Dur ham steer 3 years old $40.00. 1 llolstein heifer 2 years old $35.00. C. O. Adams, Big Elk, Between Peak and Harlan. REWARD OFFERED Strayed away, large roan Durham cow, 7 year-old dehoriw ed, notcn in. right ear. name, "Hossln"; due to come fresh this June; $5.00 reward. C. O. Adams, Bit? Elk. Between Peak and Harlan. tnkA eharire of the local section, i eretl at any of the follftwmc and will reside in the Jack Fo-,l'oi"t3 and furnish boxes ana trortw hnnao hnvlncr rented the crates free. See o I r-.. . ...... iu ivKiuun, rAiuvvuie, Ceo. T. Smith, Chltwocd, M. E. Bell, Pioneer, ' , J. C. Dixon, Elk City, J. H. Sugg, Oystervillc; Cotton's Cash Store, Yaqufrm. Ord Castle, Siletz, Harry E. White at Dfrpot t rort Dock Building, Toledo. same. Tony Geneni. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wllloughby, and Mrs. Willoughby's sister, were down from Eddyvllle Monday. Vance Cllne drove them down In his auto. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Olson's daughter, Mrs. Emnux Fcnnei, arrived Saturday evening for a several weeks' visit with home folks while her husband is on a trip into California. Mr. Fenner Is iu the employ of the S. P. at llosklns, Oregon. t Albert Carey has transferred to the Shelhnru section the first f the month, taking (lie placn of a Mr. Murphy who Is now In charge of t,he To!c:lo section, lately In chaiTn of John Davis who l.s now stitlpr.cd on the .i. t . i . i ljmrviuuu section, $100 Reward, $10 The readers of this Ppr wTO k plrutc to learn that thor It at StuM on dreaded ilen that sctdun been able to rura In all It sinea m4 thnt Is catnrrh. Cntnrrh bpr irvnr Inllufliccd by conatllutlonnl cxiR-i'-Vrn, ri-qmrca rnntltullonnl trvatmoiit. Catnrrh Mdlrtn ti tnkin Iniorniii wt Beta thru the tilnoil on th Murrir rnr facr.i of the System thnrehy dcf-cT-,Tif tiio fi'tiiirtntl'M! of the ill.'no, fiv tvi tin r uletit ni.-'in;h by Ivil.ilinn un tt-'.- -iititiMiii.i foicl fiil-riFf hiifiri. In ,11, wiir'j. Tiio prcrrlciiri Invo n, rtmi f'Oli In fie rur.itiVH rumer it lif.V Citiirih Me'lli ln Hint lliry 1 L r -rm llMinlriitl l'&llfirr for :iy ru 1 t,,rt fi tiJn to lllr, Pm'l fnr llrt rt tv".i r.UV.'.' Ail.licru V. J. CHFNRf i n .