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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1st, 19ia
Giles Olin was over from Sl letz last Friday. Miss Miriam Inglls spent Sun day at Newport. Hon. B. F. Jones was up from Newport last Monday. Engineer C. R. Wright was up from Newport Saturday. Chris Hanson of Siletz was a Toledo visitor Friday. Warren Hall was over from the Agency last Friday. Arval Hanson has been on the sick list the past few days. F. L. Buker of Waldport Is In the city today. Ray Barclay of Tidewater is In the city today. J. N. Taylor of Denzer is a county seat visitor. Emil T. Raddant was over from Orton Tuesday. J. T. Wlllet of Orton was a To ledo visitor yesterday. J. K. Weatherford of Albany is here attending court. Otis . Grant Hart returned Monday evening from a trip to Salem. Ralph Salvage returned from Portland last Friday evening. Isabel Lingenfelter and Sada Chambers spent Sunday at New. port. Mrs. G. W. Duel was a passen ger for the Lower Bay Saturday evening. Mrs. J. B. Booth returned Sat urday evening from a trip Corvallis. Ted McElwain was a passen ger for Portland Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hawkins were passengers for Newport Monday evening. G. R. Rchenck has handed in his resignation as Marshal to take effect today. Mrs. Onda Carey returned Monday evening from a several days visit at Albany. Mr3. D. J. Sidey visited at Newport the first of the week with Mrs. C. 0. Hawkins. Mrs. On. King was up from Oysterville Saturday, visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Burgess. Vivian Spicer returned to Portland last week after visiting ; with her aunt, Mrs. P. Frederick. MrL. C. 0. Hawkins was up from Nrwnort last Saturday, vis iting Toledo relatives and friends. L. M. Commons of Ona return ed FrMay evening from a several weeks trip up around Puget Sound. Howard Mewhlrter of was in the city yesterday. Win, Yates of Alsea Is tran sacting business here today. There's an extra good dance arranged for tonight remember. Roy Swearlngen was a pas senger for the Valley Wednes day.. Frank and Clarence Davis came down from Harlan last evening. Mr. and Mrs. V. TV fi raven to. t0 Aurned Tuesday evening from it trip, to valley points. Vance Cline was down from Eddyville Tuesday, being exam ined by the draft examining board. A. T. Peterson was called to Alpine Wednesday, having got word that his wife was sick at that place. Attorney W. L. Cooper of Portland is in the city today. Mr. Cooper has several cases in Circuit Court. Mrs. II. Lai son went to Pion eer Saturday for a visit with Mrs. P. A. Miller. She returned Monday evening. Geo. Chambers has rented the building formerly occupied by the library, and will move his restaurant there. Abe Abrams was up from Taft Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Ryan of Ona were county seat visitors last week, Mrs. Ryan going on to Portland. Mrs. Lee Wade returned Sat urday evening from a visit with cer daughter, Mrs. Lola Cruson, 4 IT". ....... utut"Mtr- 4 C. R. Wright, Mrs. Shermer and child- ou ren. of Oycterville, returned Tuesday evening from a visit in the Valley. Geor Wednesday appearing before the examining board here, as re quired by the selective draft. Mrs.' Esther Andersen and children, went to Newport last evening to visit with the form er's mother, Mrs. C. G. Copeland. Court Reporter S. M. Calkins arrived over from Eugene last evening and will act as reporter during the term of court now in session. Mrs. G. B. McCluskey was the guest of Mrs. C. It Gardner, at Newport Tuesday. Mrs. Gard ner entertained in honor of Mrs. ON SHIPBOARD YOU GOT TO BE NEAT! CHEW W-B CUT AND YOU WON'T MUSS N. II. Sherwood rented his ranch on Olalla, this week, to H. I Iocle. Mr. Locie is a new comer i in this section, having lust e Lndreth returned to, recently came from Iowa. Geo, Elmer McGee, Hazel Crooks, Lewis Waugh, Otis Bradley, Vernon Hoefleln, Hanuel Hart, Alva Perkins, Jessie Boone, Esther Derrick, Irene Altree, Leslie Perkins, Ellen Altree, Sidney Robertson, Martha Robertson, Max Miller, Jerome Wade, Clifford Moore, Rowena Van Cleve, Katherlne Ports, Jrene Paine, Jlene Paine, Ilene Altree, Loren Booth, Vada Lane, Oneatta Van Cleve, Charles Caron, Enos Currey, Raleigh Crooks, Gerald Wade. The pupils of the eight grade as sisted by the seventh are preparing for a Patriotic Comedy (The Patriot- Girl) to ge given in the near future. Kenneth McCaulou is on the sick list. On account of sickness in the home Arvol Hanson has been out of school since Friday of last week. 0 A LETTER FROM THE. TRAINING CAMP U. S. N. Training Camp, San Diego, Cal. Dear Mother: Uncle Sam gave all 'his boys here very Merry Xmas. Here is a rou tine starling Christmas Eve. Christ mas Eve we had a swell big tree deco rated with colored lights. Before the presents "were given out we had sing ing and music by the Station Orches tra then Old Santa Clause came in (Santa was a big fat Chief Petty Of ficer and he made a good one) riding on a small field gun mounted on wheels.. It was a surprise to all of us boys 'cause we never even expected a tree much less a Santa that would shout "Merry Christmas to you all" and hand out real presents. All the presents were Bent to us by the Red Cross from all over the country, each boy received one large package filled with candy, cookies, tobacco, pipe, cigarettes, a toy whistle or rattle, pencil and paper, woolen socks, hand kerchief, and some of them had more than that, It was quite a task to give out these presents to the (2200) twen ty-two hundred sailors, that are here now, as every fellow had his own name written on his package so that to get each fellow his right package It was a hard job, but they did It handsomely, that ended our Christ mas Eve. Christmas morning we were all awakened by some of the sweetest muslc.O believe I ever heard) at 6:30 A. M. or there about, I awoke as tho' in a dream and listened. I tho't 1 was In i. f .A..n. t I . thing that sounded so celestial before.,""" tt" , i , 1 But the singing came from four mor-' 1 illStal 0(1 atn1 start talss!llKlnK "Silent NIKht, Holy NlBhf nia,ne wlth.out aST but the volume they put In It seemed ..JlstaIje- No 1-enK.ve man and Impossible to come from any human ;?lllI,B eXr,enS(,s t0 W 111 -voice. The quartet ' was from the . , , First Pr-sbyterlan Church of San 4 Ease Of Cleaning As I)k.Ko. While they son? will, such ea;?l Clf n 3:1,1 k?I ck'a as Ijlpndlne lmrmnnv nn-i-IHn? frnm ,1nn. " WI c 3rl"""'u1' THE OLD" SAILOR AND THE RECRUIT 1 'I. AND THEN YOU DON MUSS UP YOUR FACE WITH A BIG WAD, EITHER, r on't! ACE THAT'S THE IDEA SATISFYING AND CLEAN CHEW! r cree and order of sale I will on Satuf day the 2nd. day of February A. 0 1918 at 1 o'clock P. M. at the fron, door of the County Court House, in th. City of Toledo, Lincoln County, On gon, sell to the highest bidder for casl all the right title and Interest of the above named Defendants In the above named action, In the above described property to satisfy said execution de cree and order of sale, Interest costs and accruing costs. Bert Geer, Sheriff, of Lincoln County. Oregon. Date of First Publication Jan. 4, 1918. Date of Last Publication, Feb. 1, 1918. TO THE FARMERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY I wish to announce that I am so well pleased with my HIN MAN MILKING MACHINE that I want you to know what it is do ing for me and thousands of oth ers in this country. I Investigated milking ma chines thoroughly and '.:. ideel to install the HINMAN for fn? fol lowing reasons: 1. Simplicity There kV;; no complicated, delicate ine-.'.. anisms to get out of order. 2. Low Cost First cost much les3 than other standard machines. Upkeep cost so small that it is practically nothing. 3. Ease of Operation No mecnanic neeuea; any person Spokave. Vashlnpton last Sat- M w E reterson entertain. ! wuli the Laides Whist Club last ; few weeks in this county. L, n n . Mrs. Bert Geer returned Mon-jMfCluskey captured first prize day evening from California, where she was called by the ill ness and death of her Bister. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frary went to Corvallis Monday morn ing. Mr3. lYary will have a tu mor removed at the Corvallis Hofpial. Ben Howe went to Portland last Si'rurday to purchase equip ment r a barber shop installing came in the Grady building on tho water front. Mrs. II. M. Collver and son, "Hap; ;-", returned to their home and Mrs. L. M. Starr second. State Game Warden Shoe maker of Portland, in company with G. V. Emery of Newport, was In this city Wednesday af ternoon. We acknowledge a call. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Robinson of Sweet Home were In the city last Saturday. Mr. Robinson 13 He Is a barber and is looking for a lo- .1 M ' I . .1 ... I 1 . . T . c'iiuun. i iiejr may ucciue iw id eate here later. Joe Kosydar and daughter, Caroline, were over from the Si ble piano Into double forty with beau tiful cresrndo effc t. Everything clso seemed dead, I really believe there was a one that never held his breath or rather never breathed, even when they stopped singing there was no no'."- Just a letting out of breath or the taking In of mind. You would have tho't every ore was asleep, but after a little we began to come out of the spell or dream we were in. I don't believe there was a one that never heard it and I am sure they enjoyed that little morning singing a thousand times more than any other thing could i have been enjoyed. It was the awal:- j Ing from a deep sleep by sweet music I that caused It to sound so celestial. I have tryed to show you Just how I felt is the reason for the detailed ex planation. At nine o'clock the band gave a concert and they had races and other games for prize which took up I have secured the Agency for Lincoln County for the HINMAN as I fully believe it is the final solution to the milking problem. See advertisements in your farm papers announcing the NEW WINMAN,. then call on or write me. I will be more than pleased to show you my own plant. Let me prove to you that if you milk 8 cows or more you cannot af ford to be without the HINMAN. Very truly yours. F. 0. Davis, Yaquina, Ore. SHERIFF'S SALE at Portland Wednesday morning, letz Tuesday. They departed for j n,ost ul U' niornlng. At 12:30 we after spending a week visiting , the Valley Wednesday morning r,ai we11 dinner, that is all wasn't friends here and at Newport. i where Miss Caroline will atteud i"1"1 enoiigni Lyie Collver. Lee Kv.tis was down from .school at Mt. Angel. American Lake last week, visit-1 Wo received more papers of ing w'.i.h his parents, Mr. and the Issue of Oct. IWth, than we Mrs. Ned EvatiH, at Upper Farm, 'could use bo please- don't bring He returned Tuesday mornliiA. or send In any more. Ed Mont- Iioy K;vearlngen returned last Kotnery brought In the first one, Frldui 1. ig fronrliremeiton, '' - "i-nv, Wash., where lie has been work. Ing In a ship yard. Iloy snys that there Is no Hhortage of men there, as they get all the men they want. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dixon departed Tueaday morning for Montana where they will make tbelr home. Jack lias been buy ing calvefi the past several BubHcrlptlons received this week arc: D. J. Derby, Yaquina, Or.; Fred Horning, Toledo, Dr.; Joe Kosydar, Siletz, Or.; Henry WllHon. Mabel. Or.; E. T. Rad dant, Siletz, Or.; H. E. Darting, Philomath, Or. Mrs. Uuth lllattner of Devils Ijike writes Ihm owing to the mistake of listing Devils Lake SHERIFF'S SALE In the Circuit Court of the 8tat of Oregon for the County of Lincoln Jay V. Dunn. Plaintiff, vs. Mnllmla J. Plummer and Homer S. Mr-Daniels and Etta MrDanlels. his wife, Defendant. ,Notlct of Sal fly virtue of an execution decree and order of sale Issued oat of the above entitled Court In the above entitled ac tion to me directed and dated the 2nd. day of January A. D. 1918 In favor of In the Circuit Court of the State of 1 O-tgon for the County of Lincoln WeNtern State Bunk, a corporation, Plaintiff. vs. Elmer Patrick and Ethel Walrad Pat rick, his wife. Defend.i nts. Notice o' Sale fly virtue of an execution derree snd order of sale Issued out of the above entitled Court in the al;ove entitled nr tlun to me directed and dated the 2nd. djy of Jnnuary A. D. 191H In favor cf Western State Hank Plaintiff and usalnht the above named Defendant for the sum it $K67.r,0 with interest thereon at th j rate of 10 per cent per annum from the TRth. day of Decem ber A. D. 1917 and a further sum of 4150 00 attorney's fi;nn and coiits tuxed at J17.S0, and cost of this writ com 'mandlng me to sell the following des cribed real property situate in Lin coln County, Oregon as follows, town: All of Lot No. (10) Ten In Illock No. month, with which to stock hbi'ulone In the Hod Cross report ranch in Montana. Mr. rind Mrs. M. Knauff ar rived over from Lebanon Mon day M'..nlns:. where they havn ..r hcnllH 70, Devils Lake has 12 Red i'iiIhi imprcHHloii Is being circu lated In regard to the member ship. Oils should have been list ed with Devlin Iake and the registration for the two places Third street and expert to make their Lome here this Summer. R. T. Loudon of Eddyville was a Tolij lo visitor Friday evening. Mr. T..mlon Is very much Inter ested In getting the bridge locat ed at ri,si the liver here at Tole do. Mr. Loudon has done tnwh good work towurd securing thin brldgM. and the Court will make no mistake In appointing him as one ol luo viewers'. ' emus members and Otis which more than makes quota1 of this precinct o 38, the GRAMMAR SCHOOL NOTES Pupils neither absent nor tardy for the month ending Jan. 26: Carrie Wade, Martha McOeo, Edith PetcMon, Addl Crnlinm, Warren Blows rt Heft ier Portn, Florence Derrick. Marl Nowton, Marjorlo Bmiill, V'ini.y I'ui- Jay W. Dunn Plaintiff and against the ",xlyne. ,n c"" "ayley's above named Defendants for the sum Second Addition to Uie City of New of IS71.72 with interwt therein at th Lincoln County, Oregon, as the rate of 8 per cent per annum from the '"m?.u J?,aU.ed nd recorded In the lftth. day of December A. D. 1817 and 1 '"J !r5u.nly ,nd 8Ute' a further sum of 176.00 attorney' fees ! ,V'l0.,Jr' JHERMOIth In compliance and costs Uicd at $33.00. and costs of ;wllh OeiJMda 0f said execution de this writ commanding me to sell the "e onJer ' ' ' w' 8n"" following described real property sit- 'J?y. 2nd. day of Jebruary A. D. uate In Lincoln County, Oregon as fol-V.,1 clo(,k M. at the front lows towit' door of tlie County Court House, in the Heglnnlnit 27.176 chalni north var.;cur 0Tol.'!d0u.L.lnc?l!,,oun.t,r r?" Intlon 21 degrees 27 minute, east of T011 J0, V'.,Kl""J h.lMcT ,or r'"h' the Vi section corner between ac tion 1 rlR,,i t't,.e ,nVrt?t 0,Lthe four (4) and flvo (6) Township eleven !'" Defendant In the above south. rtnr eleven west of the VJ. nmc(1 c,lln. " described lamette Meridian. Lincoln County. Ore- Prty to satisfy said execution gon thenro n degrets 55 minutes west cre nd ,order of ,aI". Interest cost 40 02 chains thunri north, variation 21 I"1" """" -. degrees 27 minutes east 12.258 chains to township line thence emit on t township lln variation 21 degree 27 minutes east 40 chains thence south variation 21 degrees 27 minutes east 12.834 chain to place of beginning, save and except ten acre sold to Hom er F. MrDanlita and EUa MrDanleN out of the northwest corner of the shore described trat. NOW, THEUEKOIlB In compliance lth the demands of oulJ cxtouliuu da Bert Geer. Sheriff. of Lincoln County, Oregon. Date of First Publication Jan. 4, 1918. Dato of Last Publication, Pub. 1, lKlK. HAWKINS A McCLUSKEY Attorrteys-at-Law TOLEDO, OREGON .Have Pacific Plumbing Fixtures installed in your new home. pacific bath tubs, lavatories, sinks and closets are of graceful lines; beautiful easy to clean designs and substantial appear ance. They are made of Vitreous China and Force lain Enameled Iron Ware, therefore have a high glazed pure white surface, which with reasonable care will last forever. Although PACIFIC Plumbing Fixtures are of superior quality, they cost no more than any other reputable brand, and are guaranteed forever against any defects in workmanship or. materials. Before you build or remdel, write for a copy of The Book of Bathrooms'. It is a 56 page book brim full of ideas. 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