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LINCOLN COUT T LEADER FRIDAY, J f!." ".Y 25th, 1918. PAiSE FOUR . 1 t' i v. ,1 t 41 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . DR. W. M. BERRY THE TOLEDO DENTIST Will be in his office in the Bank Building THURSDAY AND FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK iMiiiiiiiiiiiniMniiiiin mill niiiiiiiiiin "i Toledo Drug Co. THIS IS THE SEASON FOR COUGHS AND COLDS WE HAVE THE CURE T. P. HAWKINS, Prop. D "" OMHIIHH" L. R. BATEMAN E. R. BATEMAN BATEMAN & BATEMAN COMPLETE HOME FURNISHER UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES e We Buy, Sell and Exchange New and Second Hand Furniture SO THE PEOPLE MAY KNOW THAT QUALITY STORE IS KEEPING FAITH WITH THE FOOD ADMINISTRA TION. ECONOMY 19 ONE THING TIGHT FI8TED HOARDING IB ENTIRELY DIFFERENT. THIS CON CERN PROPOSES TO PRACTICE ECONOMY IN THE LIGHT IT SEES IT. OTHERS MAY IN ALL HONESTY 'THINK THAT THEY ARE ENTITLED TO PRICES BASED ON WHAT IT WOULD COST TO REPLACE PRESENT 8TOCK8. I THINK OTHERWISE AND I AM GOING TO SELL THE THINGS I CONTRACTED FOR MONTHS AGO ON THE BASIS OF THE8E CONTRACT8. BELEIVE YOUR GOOD WILL IS WORTH MORE TO ME THAN ANY EXTRA PROFITS I MIGHT BE ENTI TLED TO BECAUSE OF THE FORTUNATE BUY8 I HAVE MADE. MAIL ORDERS ARE ESPECIALLY SOLICITED P. Frederick DL?OT SLOUGH War Dept., U. S. Engineer Offlce, First District, Portland, Oregon, January Seventeenth, 1918. Port of Toledo, Toledo, Oregon. Gentlemen: There hag been referred to this of fice, for report, a bill Introduced In the House of Representatives, to authorize the Depot Slough Diking Association to construct and maintain a dike across Depot Slough, Llncoun, County, Oregon with a gate therein, so constructed and maintained as to be readily opened and operated to permit the passage of logs, but arranged' to automatically close for such times as may be necessary to prevent the overflowing by tides of the lands above. The bill does not indicate the loca tion of the proposed dike or the nature of the gate to be provided for the passage of logs. A map of the locality, and a description and sketch of the proposed dike and gate, has been re quested from the Depot Slough Diking Association. a In order that this offlce may properly consider the matter, you are Invited to submit your views as to whether the proposed structure would unduly interfere with navigation. It is de sired that you give this matter pub licity in order that those Interested may have an opportunity to make objections thereto, if desired. Early attention will be appreciated. For and In the absence of Col. Geo. A. Zlnn. Very respectfully, E. B. Clark, Chief Clerk. The intention of the Association is to construct the Dike about one hun dred feet above the Section line be tween Sections 17 and IS T. 11 S. It. 10 West. BIO tv.Aorv uMNOfc Big Mask Dance at Newport R. "1 and G n Ciub Hall, Feb. 14 Don't forget the date. Every body come ai.i have a real dance --Tickets only BO cents Spec tators 10 cents. Supper will be served at the hall during the caning. Cct your costumes rady early. Come and help the pood cause along. Feb. 14th is the date Watch the papers. SI. VOLENTI KE'S DAY BAZAAR AND DANCE The Toledo Red Cross will give a bazaar on St. Valentine's Day at the Odd Fellows Hall fol lowed by an all night dance. The Honor Guard will assist the Red Cross and the ladies of Toledo are asked to help with the com plete entertainment. Donations will be received any Tuesday or Thursday at the Li brary building when the Red Cross will hold its regular meet ings. Aprons, Children's aprons and dresses, fancy apron9, fancy work of all kinds, knitting bags, towels, plain, fancy and bath towels, handkerchiefs, yokes, crocheted or mbroidered, pic tures, fruit, bread, cakes, pies, cookies, pickles, any thing and everything will be received that is saleable. Don't forget the Date Valen tine's Day, come out and swat the Kaiser. JEFFERSON EDITOR SAYS HE HAS GONE LIMIT In almost very valley paper was seen big ads for Red Cross, Liberty bonds, etc., marked paid for by certain busi ness men, but nothing like that in Jef ferson. The Review Is expected to carry the whole burden, without even a word of appreciation, and contribute cash every time it Is solicited. And we ve done it. For the many columns published of such advertising we have not received one cent. The eovern- ment has rewarded us by raising the postal rate and taking $10 per month from us by assuming control of the railroads. A little more such patron age, in connection with the fact that all material used in print shops has doubled In price, will starve out most of the country papers, but not this one. When It gets so we can't pay expenses, we quit Right now we've quit all con tributions. Had to. Jefferson Review. FOR SALE Fine Early Rose potatoes for seed. Seventy-five cents per bu. at our ranch, or one dollar per bu. delivered at the R. R. at Nortons. Horsfall & Plank, Nortons, Ore. WANTED Cheap work horse state age, weight and price Henry Matteson, Elk City. COYOTE HUNT PLANNED Harlan, Ore., Jan. 21, 1918. Lincoln County Leader: The Lincoln Countv covot riuh argain tor cash or will trade will hold a county-wide coyote hunt on jIor "VestOCK, WANTED Two copies of the Leader of the issue of October 26th, 1917. will pay 25 cents each for same. Bring same to this offlce. HAVE CLIENTS Wanting to trade Portland Property for Lin. coin Co., or any Coast Farms or unimproved Land. Thos. W. Currie, 629, Henry Bid., Portland Oregon. FOR SALE One registered .Holsteln bull 4 years old. Can be seen at my farm 10 miles be low Siletz or write for his breed ing runs heavy in the DeKol strain. Siletz, Ore., L C. Mow rey, Owner. FOR SALE Twenty foot gasoline launch, equipped with four h. p. engine, must sell. Will give any one a Yaquina Electric Co. Electric Light and Power Saturday, February 2. All hunters In the county are requested to come out on that day. And it is suggested that each party report to the Leader or to the Coyote Club, the number and klrd of varmints killed during the hunt Lincoln Co. Coyote Club, T. Thomason, Pres. A. J. Dickson, Toledo, Oregon. VERY IMPORTANT! TEACHERS MAY HELP Every school teacher in Oregon Is asked by the Government to volunteer Immediately for urgent and Import- FOR SALE One ton baled oat straw at Stanton ranch. Price ?13. See L. A. Hulbert. State School FundB to loan at 6 per cent Interest on improv. ed agricultural land. Sara Crahen, Toledo, Oregon. In the Circuit Coi;rt of the State of Oregon for the County of Lincoln Affa 8. Seeley, Plaintiff, Vs. Levi F. Wing and Edith R. Wing, Defendants. By virtue of an execution, judgment order, decree, and order of salo issued out of the above entitled court in the above entitled cause to me directed, and dated the 15th day of January. 1918, upon a judgment rendered and entered in said court upon the 27th day of December, 1917, in favor of Affa S. Seeley, Plaintiff, and against Levi F. Wing and Edith ft Wing, his wife, of $1700.00, with interest thereon at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from the 28th day of Miay. 1917. and the further sum of $170.00 as attorney's lees, with interest thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 27tii day of December, 1917, and the further sum of $22.00 costs, and the costs of and upon this writ commanding me to make sale of , the following des cribed real property: Northwest quarter of Section 15, Township 7, South of Range 9 West Willamette Meridian, in Lincoln County, Oregon. , NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of said execution, judgment, order, decree and order of sale, and in compliance with the commands of said writ, 1 will on Saturday the 16th day of Feb ruary, 1918, at 1 o'clock P. M. at the front door of the county court house in Toledo, Lincoln county, Oregon, sell at public auction (subject to the statutory right of redemption) to the highest bidder for cash in hand, all the right, title and interest which the within defendants or either of them had on the 31st day of August, 1912, the date of the mortgage herein fore closed, or since that date in and to the above described property or any part thereof, to satisfy said execution, judgment, order and decree, interest, costs and accruing costs. Dated this 15th day of January, 191k. First Publication, 18th day of Jan., 1918. Last Publication, 16th day of Feb., 1918. Bert Geer, Sheriff of Lincoln County. ANNOuiiCt.Ii.n w I hereby announce myself as a Republican candidate for the offlce of Sheriff of Lincoln County, Oregon, subject to the decision of the voters at the Pri mary Election, May 17, 1918. (Paid Adv.) J. C. Dixon. . I hereby declare myself a Re publican candidate for the offlce of County Commissioner, sub ject to the will of the electors at the Primary Election, May I7tn, 1918. Jay Dunn. (Paid Adv.) I hereby announce my candi dacy for nomination for election to the offlce of Sheriff of Lincoln County, Oregon, subject to the will of the voters of the county at the Primary nominating elec tion on the Republican ticket. (Paid Adv.) B. M. Armitage. SHERIFF'S 8ALE In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Lincoln A. J. Basey, Plaintiff, Vs. J. D. Barber and 8. C. Barber, his wife; E. E. Daring; John L. Starr and Maude V. Starr, his wife. Defendants. By virtue of an execution decree and order of sale Issued out of the above entitled Court In the above en titled action to me directed and dated the 29th day of December, A. D. 1917 favor of A. J. Basey Plaintiff and against the above named Defendants for the sum of $726.70 with Interest thereon at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from the 18th day of December D. 1917 and a further sum of $G5.00 attorney's fees and costs taxed at $18.25, and costs of this writ command ing me to sell the following described real property situate in Lincoln Coun Oregon as follows, towit: Beginning at the Northwest corner of the Southeast Quarter the Southeast Quarter of Section Nineteen, Township Thirteen South of Range Eleven West of the Willamette Meridian, and running thence South forty six (46) rods; thence east forty- eight (48) rods; thence north forty six rods; thence West forty-eight (48) rods to the place of beginning, and containing 13.8 acres, situated in Lin coln County, Oregon. Now, THEREFORE In compliance 1th the demands of aald execution decrcee and order of sale I will on Sat urday the 16th day of February A. D. 1918 at 1 o'clock P. M. at the front door of the County Court House, In the City of Toledo, Lincoln County, Ore gon, rell to the highest bidder for cash, all the right title ana Interest of uio above named Defendants in the ibove named action. In the above described property to satisfy said execution de cree and order of sale, interest, costs and accruing costs. Date of First Publication Jan. 18, 1918. Date of Last Publication Feb. 15. 1918. Bert Geer. Sheriff of Lincoln County, Oregon. FOR RENT T ...111 ....1.1-1 Ot1. j - ' wui Buuiei iuj oicciv jauvu 'V ant wor ln the Mecutlon 0I tne wiec- t0 reuabie party. Call or write. SHERIFFS SALE In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Lincoln S. D. Murray, Plalntllf. vs. Henry Bell, Defendant r Notice of Sale ny virtue of an execution decree and order of sale Issued out of the above entitled Court ln tne aoove action to me directed and dated the 4th. day of January A. D. 1918 In favor 8 D. Murray Plaintiff and against the above named Defendant for the sum of $1262.50 with Interest thereon at the rate of 10 per rent per annum from the 18th. day of December A. D. 1917 and a further sum of $100.00 at torney's fees and coats Uxed at $18.00, and costs of this writ commanding me ..u ih Mlowlnc described real property situate In Lincoln County. Oregon as follows, towit: Lot Sumber Two and the North Hall of Lot Numbered Fifteen of Section Five, Township Ten South, and the South Half of Lot Thirty-one in Sec tion Thirty-two In Township Nine i!Zh. Rani. Nine West of .Willamette Meridian, also the West Half of the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter and the Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter and Lot Num bered. Four ln Section Seventeen In TownsllP.Ten South of Range Eleven wJst of the Willamette Meridian In Lincoln County. Oregoif NOW, THEREFORE In compliance with the demands of aald lon iBcreTand order of sale I will on 5urday the 2nd day of Jru.ry front door of the County Court House. Pr. 7.. TniMlo. Lincoln County, .,h. hlhest bidder for abov S action. In the above dee .Zit .Jr.ni.rt to satisfy said execu- eo.uandru.n.U. Shrlff ' UneolB County, Oregon. Date of First Publication J. VZZ t tmt PubUoaUoa Feb. 1. AL WAUGH Dealer in Cigars i .'.' Tobacco and Butter Kist Pop " Corn TOLEDO, OREGON H. E. Heller, Toledo, Ore. tlve service law ln this state, This work la to help local draft boards compile Immediately a com plete card index showing the special WANT to rent a ranch for one qualifications of every man they have year or more Write particulars MOMIMUMIMIIMHIM in I I Expert Watch Repairing Wben others fail you We Guarantee Satisfaction A trial will convince. Price very reasonable. Over 40 Tears' Experience as practical watchmaker All Work Guaranteed. . HANS E. PETERSON classified under the draft law. This Information must be had by the Government at once, because calls for men specially qualified for certain du ltes are received from the army every day. Local boards are too busy mak ing classifications to do the work. The persons best fitted of all others to perform this patriotic task are the school teachers, and they are now ask' ed to volunteer their services to their respective local boards. The work will not be hard or ex acting. No teacher will be ask to give more than a few hours for a few days, Rut speed and accuracy are required. The questionnaire of every man who has been classified must be examined and Information as to hie qualifica tions for special duties transcribed on a prepared card. A short time ago General Pershing called for a number of trained meteor ologists to be hurried to France. The Government had a list of meteorolo gists, so the call was filled and the men sent without delay, Similar calls for specialists In other line are being made continually. It is Imperative, that the War Depart ment have a complete card Index, list- to George Leedy, Bayvlew, Ore. Launch Transit Leaves Elk City, 7:30 a, n. Toledo, 9 a. m. Returning, leaves Newport 2:30 p. m.; To ledo 4:30 p. m. Every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday. NOTICE The County Court for Lincoln Coun ty, Oregon, will receive sealed bids for the purchase or the Kancourt I acre tract 1 mile Northeast of Toledo, on the Toledo and Corvallla Wagon road, Bid to be tiled with the County Clark. on or before I o'clock A. M. Wednes day March 6th. 1918. r. h. Howell, county ciera LOOK HERE Two large lots, good house small barn in good Willamette Valley town, to trade for vacant lot, good terms on balance. Enquire at tnls office. PILE DRIVING OUTFIT One scow 18x42: one 6x6 Se attle donkey; one pair of 36 ft Kins and one pair 40 ft gins Inc for example all the carpenters, the one overhead driver with 32 ft mechanics, the blacksmiths, the ae- leaders, 62 ft. skids pendulem countanta- and so on. so that at a mo- driver: one 2G00 pound nammer. ment's notice the men required can be and one 1400 pound Hammer, called out by consultation of the Index. Also all equipment that goes Svery teacher In Oregon who will I with a first Class rig. One launcn volunteer to help In this work should with 10 h. P. engine. Will sell pteent hinweif or heneif tmmedutcir reasonable and will give terms. FOR RENT EIgh troom house, and several acres of land at Yaqutaa, part good bottom, garden land. Ap ply O. Middlekauff, Corvallis, Oregon. o Cramps! Sayi Mrs. Frank Hag ler, of Carbondale, III.: "1 was suffering terrible cramps and pains each month. I had used . . . but It didn't give any permanent relief. The pains came back on me Just the same as before . . . After taking Cardui. I was entirely relieved from the pains, and have never been bothered with them since." TAKE ollofl Cardui should help you MltdidMrs. HaRler.asit has helped thousands of other women who suf fered from the pains and discomforts from which women suffer. Many medical authorities pre scribe the ingredients of which Cardui is com. posed for the female troubles for which it is recommended. Why not try it for your trouble? AD Druggists EBt CITATION SUMMONS In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Lincoln County Florence Hunter, Plaintiff, Vs. Oeorge Record, Defendant. To Oeorge Record, the above named defendant In the Name of the 8tate of Oregon, You are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint of the above named plaintiff In tho above entitled court and cause on or before the first day of March, 1918, and you are here by notified that If you rail to appear aad answer said complaint as hereby required, the plaintiff will apply to the court for the reiiet prayed for in her said complaint, to-wlt A judgment against you for IS50.00 with Interest at 8 per cent per annum from December 18th, llt ano $100.00 attorney's feee and hir costs and dis bursements herein, and for A decree foreclosing the mortgage described In Bald complaint upon the southwest quarter and the West half of the southwest . quarter of section I In Township 10, South Range West of the Willamette Mer idian In Lincoln County, Oregon, and that said land may be sold as by law upon execution and the proceeds aris ing therefrom be applied to tne pay' ment of the costs and disbursements herein, Including attorney's fees; to the payment of plalnUff'e claim with Interest: the overplus, u any, to oe nald to you. and That you ana an persons claiming by, through or under you be barred and for or looed of au rlKht. title or la terest In or to said real property and the whole thereof, and That the purchaser be put Into lm mediate possession and for such fur ther relief as to the court may seem fllML This summons Is served on you by publlcaUon In Lincoln County Leader hv order of Honorable R. R. Miller, Couaty Judge of Lincoln County, Ore gon, made this ltta aay oc January, tail, the data of the first publlcaUon of this summons to January II, 1818, In the County Court of the State Oregon for the County of Lincoln In the matter of the Estate of Henry Korpi, deceased. Citation To John Kentta. administrator of th Estate of Henry Korpi, deceased, and John Korpi; GREETING; In the Name of the State of Oregon, xou are nereoy citea ana required to appear In the County Court of the State of Oregon, tor the County of Lincoln, at the Court room thereof. at Toledo in the County of Lincoln, at iv a. m. on tne 4th day of February 1918, ln the above entitled Court, then and there to show cause It any exist why an order and uecree made and entered on the 14th day of November 1914, settling and allowing the final account of tbe administrator of the above entitled estate, should not be vacated, and set aside. Witness, the Hon. R. R. Miller Judce of the County Court of the State o Oregon tor the County of Lincoln wlU the seal of said Court afflxed, this 28th day of December 1917. R. H. Howell. Date of first publication December 28, 1917. B. F. Jones, Petitioner, Address, Newport, Oregon. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Christian Science Services wiH be held at the building first door north of City Hall, Sunday at 11 o'clock. Subject lesson sermon. Truth. Sunday School at 10 o'clock. All are cordially invited. FRESH COWS FOR SALE Lambert Nelson, Pioneer Oregon. R. D. BURGESS ' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Toledo, Oregon Office fa Ofstedahl Building. OfBce hours: 10 to 11 a. m.: I to 4 and 1 to I p. m. Emergency calls at any time. Phone. 1003 i' LOGS WANTED W ar In and the date of the last publication is tne market for saw logs, and will Karen ISl. "... . nv tft nor Ihminnil tnr kvn L. L. Sw. a. Atwrp.y lor ra..nuu. r-v .- - - KeeUMDce. anui vrwuw. i iiiniH(i hivi v7, j