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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, FRIDAY, MARCH 8th, 1918.
W.S.S. Meaning War Saving Dudley Trapp came down from Chltwood yesterday. W. G. Harris of Tillamook had business In Toledo Tuesday. W. R. Moore of Harlan was a Toledo visitor Tuesday evening. G. Kobielskl returned Monday evening from a trip to Portland. Mrs. J. Coniber and children were Newport visitors yesterday. Engineer C. It. Wright was up from the Resort City yesterday. St. Patrick's dance, Saturday, the 16th, given by the Odd Fel lows. Clarence Miller went to Port land Saturday returning Tues day. Murl Pettit of Summit Is now working as helper in the local depot. Attorney J. K. Weatherford of Albany spent Sunday at Newport. Giles Olln was over from the Agency Monday. Sheriff Bert Geer was a pas senger up the line this morning. S. G. Irvin of Newport passed through to the Valley this morn ing. Henry Scott of Rock Creek was a county seat visitor the first of the week. E. P. Currey came over from Albany Saturday evening for a visit with his family. Lillian Adams of Upper Bis Elk is visiting friends at Albany ana jeirerson, Oregon Chas. Miller of Eddyville was in the city Tuesday. Dr. Berry the dentist was a passenger for Portland Monday morning. Sam Brassfield of Siletz was In the city Saturday evening en. route to Newport. Merchant Walter Hall of Si letz was a Valleyward passen ger Monday morning. Misses Mamie Hawkins and Ella Dixon were down from Elk City last Friday evening. Miss Grace Hart departed for Seattle Saturday mornine. Henry Campbell returned to!whee she w111 vls't with her Cochran, yesterday, where he is driving a donkey engine. brother. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Sidey re- S. E. Coffin departed Wetlnes- turned Monday from a visit with . onu am, u. nawKins ai Newport. day morning for Hood River to look after property interests, Grover Doty of Seal Rocks Assessor Al Schwartz return- passed through Toledo Wednes- Saturday evening from a day morning enroute to Astoria, business trip to Portland and Roy Swayze, Geo. Freeman, . . . Miss Eleanor Gradv rPt..m. lina "e lows, went to Summit n, tZlLZVll Tuesday evening from a Vuat !,f Uay m0rning t0 WOrk ln the ia few dav it'. VhVtS i uesaay morning. i uieuu is ceruuniy 'going some there have been three public Idances here within the past week. Portland. Roy Grinstad was down from Orton Monday taking the physi cal examination. C. R. McClellan and W. G. Skaggs of Alsea had business here last Monday. Remember the bg St. Pat rick's dance, to be given by the Odd Fellows at their hall, Sat urday evenlne- tho 1 fith Albert Stocker was in the city ,,rm - . ,, ' , Wednesday taking the physical L-.T of Yatlu'na has ii oeen canea to sen'e on the Fed- C. A. Roscoe of Summit was board. ieral Grand Jury. He will leave iur t-uriiana tomorrow. L. W. Lindh, the Waldport . ... creamery man, was In the city vuuui i-erry 01 cuuyvwo was Wednesday taking the physical j ' SIIU1 weunesuay homestead before County Clerk In the city Monday appearing be iore tne examining board. L. C. Mowery of Lower Siletz was in the city Wednesday. lie went down to Newport yesterday. A. L. Kirkland passed through to Newport Monday evening, en route home from a trip to the Valley. Raymond Stewart and Mel- examination. We are informed that the Electric Company expects to in augurate its day service within a few days, thus giving continu ous service. Howell. Manager Jackson of tho Bell Telephone lines in this county, was up from Newport Wednes- f .1 v lnnkfrtcr oftav V, 1., David Baird has been laid up this city; this MTck u-ith nn InlnroH Tnnt I vin Collins went to Summit Ite was hurt nr th mill last i Clarence Altree went to Port- Wednesday to work in the saw- 'Thursday, a heavy timber falling lond Saturday morning to pur mllls. ion his font nnrt nnklp ichase new line for his donkev r t v.n i i i u x. .engine. Air. Altree has the con R. J. hollas loaded his house- tmn fm. 1 i, m hold effects, farming imnle-' ,i; bb b 1 u nients, stock, etc., In a car here I Monday for shipment to ' Co-! County Treasurer Ira Wade quille, in Coos county. I departed for Salem yesterday r., .t, . L attend a meeting of the State u.i u, . v-ujr, uu fire Patrol Association. He Real GRAVELY IS Chewing Plug It eetta most men Lett to chow Real Gra.aly tnin It doaa to uto ordinary tobaeeo and thay Enjoy their Chow Mora. Quite a Dlllorenoe kotwoen Puro, Rioh, Lear Tobaeeo medo the Graweiw uu and ordinary leaf gummed upj ', aamvj awcetenlng. A lOo. POUCH 13 PROOF OF J?J3. Bravely Jctxiccc Co Otmui. ft, "Vifi?"0 THERE S DEJECTION FOR L YOU! IF HE"0 ONLY TURN AROUND AND READ MY BILLBOARD. HE'D BRACE UP.BUYAPLUS OF REAL OKAVELY AND TAKE AN INTEREST IN LIFE AGAIN mi m mm. it SAM '. "4 .... I. J"'". " LOOK FOR THE PROTFCTION SRAl7lT IS NOT REAL GRAVELY WITHOUT THIS SEAL 9 pair bed socks 3 scrub cloths 1 dust cloth 19 wash cloths CO handkerchiefs 2,300 gunwipers Bayvlew is the first Auxiliary vifeaiuieu siuco tne unristmas drive, to make shipment. W-8-8' of first publication is the 15 day of February, 1918 and If you fall so to ap pear and answer for want thereof, the 'plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded ln the complaint, to wit: For a judgment and decree for the sale ot the following described real Lots No. Two (2) Three (3) and Four (4) Section Six (6) Township Seven (7) South Raiie Nine (9) West of the WillamettA Meridian In T.Wnln TWENTY-ONE YEARS AGO County, Stute of Oregon. Containing ,. ... . 132.37 acres. Items taken from the files of the Upon the foreclosure of the mort Leader of that date. gage described ln the complaint to re- It's President McKinlcy now 1 cover the amount due upon the prom- Jlllotson and Horning are getting 1 out some piling for the new wharf at 1911 for $662.90 with interest thereon Newport. 'at 10 per cent per annum from date Ed. Wade expects to leave for Sa- unt" pal1 and the further sum of lem tomorrow ,1150.00. attorney's fees together with ... . " . , the costs and disbursements and for Us. Alice Waugh entertained sev- a further decree that whatever Interest eral of her frlcndB last Tuesday by an 'or estate you, the said Grover C. Starr, W. P. McGee went to Portland this morning to purchase a new stock of goods. He will be gone about a week. Ed Foster, sawyer at the Thorsen-Hendrickscn Lumber Co's mill went to Portland Tues- ednesday, old fashioned quilting, V. H. Cook and wife returned from a visit of some length in tho east Inst Friday, and departed for t!:r!r homo on the Siletz, Saturday. An organization of business :vm of Toledo to bo known as the To!" Ilourd of Trade, was effected la nlpht, the meeting being held atT. 1. Fish's store. may hnve or claim to have in and to aid real property Is subsequent and In ferior to the lien of plaintiff's mortgage and that plaintiff's said mortgage con stitutes a first and prior lien upon said real property and for such other and further relief us to tho Court may seem mete In equity and in good conscience. SHERIFF'S SALE . In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Lincoln W. A. Proctor. Plaintiff, vs. Minnie A. Ityerson, Defendant. Hy virtue of an execution decree and order of sale Issued out of the above entitled Court in the above entitled ac tion to me directed and dated tho day of Feb. A. D. 1918 in favor of W. A. Proctor Plaintiff and against the above named Defendant for the sum of $2000.00 with Interest thereon at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from the 6th day of October A. D. 1914 less U19 sum of $60.00 paid on said Interest and a further sum of $200.00 attorney's fees and costs taxed at , and costs of this writ commanding me to sell the following described real property situ ate In Lincoln County, Oregon as fol lows, towlt: Northwest quarter of Section Twelve (12) Township Kleven (11) South Uange Ten (10) West of the W. M. Lincoln County Oregon. NOW, TII1JUKFOKK In complhmco with the demands of said execution de cree and order of sale I will on Satur day the 9th day of March A. 1). 1918 lit 1 o'clock P. M. at the front door of the County Court House, in the City of Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, sell to the hlKhent bidder for cash, all the rignt title and Interest of the nhovo lines, ta Sn fSitouS. lie XF11 fT the ",d,un9 m u" t r n- Iwaa In Tnlprln last KHHnv ovo-n departed" this n ornlne for st 'lnB and took in the dance. niels was down from P'anat.ons , . That of cPt. Har- ?X . g .1 1 in , u-,, Salado last Saturday evening in'-y """'e to a meeting of the Indians tie, here Mr. Gilson has been J. J. Casin. wife and children and incidentally took in th'th0 olh"r dn? "" ingenuous, wheth for some time. arrived in Monday evening from dance. Jess informed us that er " l,aa" any other r not. Our Enemies Over Here Are J'rants I ass where they spent he expected to bring his teamiCuDt- ""rney stated that Cleveland Trying 10 Hurt Our Bovs Over ! e.,,n , y e" ,on over low' and go to teaming here ,was "ll,-"u" m"d bemuse the Indians There. Our Enemies Are List- l, tneir llome on the Siletz next fi00n. b ' did not vote for his friend rtryan, and This summons Is served upon vou !v publication in the Lincoln County inamed Minnie A. Ryersnn Defend int niner ny orner ot tne lion. it. it. Mil- in the above named nctlon, in the I r. County Judge of Lincoln County, 'nhovo described property to satisfy llrp'7li!l ttiarlo nr rliittnKnpa In tlm fltt, nlr1 ..niilL. .1 , , ... . Tilft ,, . , , i ' " ... v uj n... cicvuuui. un i en uiiii oruer 01 sale. The recent liquor law passed by of Toledo on the 14th dav of February, interest, costs ..ml .,.r,i. ex- Congress has aroused considerable ex- ,1918. W. O. Sims, Bert Geer Sheriff Attorney for Plaintiff, i of Lincoln Countv, Oregon. Post-office adress: Sheridan, Oregon. Dnto of first publication, Feb. S, mis. Date or last publication Mch. 8, 1918. Siletz, and there are several funny ex- ening. Don't Talk. day. A ninmt,,,. j BO to Pay them up he passed a law t .i -t m ....... i " ii-jiwhi: iinriioe was as- , . . L. J. Brown, W. V. Davis and 1L " S Tuesday at Portland to Ar. , 2 " m a"y mre if I L't.l,n.. 11 ..1. -11 . - v. v v . i v . . . l.l'Ull . , UftIC thllF II llnf.n... ,1 , I " un ui jasmine h , i,,.,. ,u unu .wios urare were in the city Wednesday ap- ",7 , , . fcC .u T Langdon, both are pearing before the examiuinK ? ta'"f,, Mf. r7l orab'y known in board" In ph, Mm.r i B?sc 'ormcrly manager Foreman P.nttPrsnn f th - oi me iaquina Electric SHERIFF'S '3ALE In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the Coun:y of Lincoln Klsie Wright, Plalntlir, vs. Mary A. Flett, Thos. O. Flett and Murctirette Flett. his wife and Laura Ullstrap, Defendants. . here. News. Co., returned Wednesday even- L rrtv ?! Z ' m 1 , Ml'- and Mm. Will Hoefleln ing from a business trip to Port- f ? Slu and da"Sr. Jaunita. arrived W. F. Montgomery was overiiously considering the purchase " h.V. t" ,l- to make , Hnw"1, w" from Albany Monday. Mr. Mont- 'of property hTe fs Toledo looks fi,?,?,me hefe f?,r aa ,,rese"t' lnK, ',"S slK,""v Mr9" 8 gomery is now in the employ of I pretty good to him at present t?m tuN tL,e1i.rllhousc 1,1 an1, ",ltr at XewP"rt thPS P rn inn niav Jr.i,in tr. I l b 81 'Ire3eni- .southeast ToleJo. Will expects ks. returned Wcdi NOTICE OF PROPOSED STREET IMPROVEMENT Notice is hereby given that tim Com mon Council of the City of Toledo con templates tho Improvement of certain streets within the City of Toledo, the cost thereof to bo borne liy adjacent property owners as nrovhleil l,v ,.. ny virtue or an execution, decree lion ana 4.1 or the City Charter, as unu urucr i sine issueu out or tne ioiiows: tlou f o ... . ... i . o, nil,,, null iiiiii'iii man wns in r in ritv wnrtnnarinv ttii-i.t ncainsi inn nnove iinniffi i nimw uma 'irrnne or kii i utrnnt unH in i.n ..tt....i LO.I for the sum of$i:i."5 with interest 116 feet In the center of snlil ntrut u iii. W-S-S j thereon at the rule of 8 per cent per 'planking 3 Inches by 6 Inches secure- FIEVEIM YP"AR5 Aim lAnnuin from the 1st day of February, b' spiked on stringers 3 Inches by C ti-u.VE.iii i cno ou iA 191(, atl(, a fllrt1(.r Mlm (f $su oo Inches five In number. Items taken from tho flies of the attorney's fees and costs taxed at I Tills notice Is given hy the order of Leader of that date. $0.00, and costs of this writ command- "lp Common Council of the City of Tit- Wallla Daldwln. who ht been visit. 10 V,e """"nn described '. mii onier was ni.nl,. and en- ll(J -V, V- ! Valentine Thlel. the South Beach "'""'f entitled Court In the nbove en- Hill Street betw.;n Interseitloi ' well and fav- PanatilWt wa In the cltv vesterd .v J tl,1.a,;,l',m to m" ,llr,M,,,l '""1 w,th 7,11 str0Pt am f'P N'orth side o Newport Mr I ! ,, . I-. ,, ... ,eRterdd- the 2llrd. day of February. A. I)., litis, the Intersection with 8th Street, t ,( iprlv mune-prl Lddyvlllo sawmill- In favor of Klsle Wright Plaintiff and grado to correspond with the olllcia the S. P. Co., but may decide to locate here. County Commissioners W. F, The sawmill has not been to work in W. T. Ball's shon. ........ I . . V. - . . 1 J i,u""'" l,,e t'"L 7ai uays.j B. M. Arinita uiu iu u uicjhuu 11. me home at Corvullls. Wakpfi.lrl nn,i n v Hurt i,nr ;i.mi,l, ......... i,.i . . .Zi"dsa 1 oltU! visitor several day i 4 1. !... 41.1. 1. 1 . . I . "au."-" u- lu this week. e of Newport or several davs Mr. Armitage li a been in the city this week at- Portland for repairs, and were vnndidati. for Vhl "Hii,," onriintr the Mo..,.v. 4-., rr I. i...t i. i. i.. rr... . candidate lor Uie Heimblican 'v,""Ms l,,s"""-u itimui t.uiii-.(.-i-i.'it(.-u uui-k last, evening. iae iinmi.,i;i. f cm, , missioners' Court. n,ill KtnrtP,i nirni ,hiD nr. !,lolui,utl0n .or Sheriff, and ex- . .. D .pmg tQ ln.)k a I)t,rS()Mal can h' jvass of the county between now J. C. Dixon the Elk City mer- and the primaries. ci.iuit ami a candidate for aher- iiT, was in the city on business Win. Southwell nnd son-Clyde, were down from the,!r home on Rock Creek Monday evening. Clyde pppcared before the ex ami The Il'ilt'inlh Ivi namuei i enter. v. Oreaon. as fnllowM n.u,!! for several ! The Lot Three(3). The Fast Half dnesday to Ills of Southwest Quarter (K'i of SW'4) mill ,n,j i,,iviit-iini viiurirr fl llie V,irt liwnul find.... nf U... f Mrs. C. K. Hawkins, Grand Manng- Township Fifteen '(1.11 South of er of the Women of Woodcraft, was Kange Ten (10) West of Willamette a passenger Valleyward this morning. Meridian. Containing In the aggregate Mrs. T. P. Fish went to Portland 'f ''"'"IreU nnd llfty-elght 1U-100 41. r ... .1 , . , Ulo8.Hi acres more or less, In Lincoln the fore part of the week to purchase t:,,UI1tv Oregon. a spring and summer stock of ml!-1 Now, THKIlKr'OllH In compliance llnery, etc. wlth the demands of said execution, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Strut ton of Wll- '',';r,'' nn'l rler of sale will on sm .., i j . ... i . nrd.iy. tho :i(lth dav of Menli A. 11. Inpn. Washington, arrived last Friday ,,,ls llt t oV(.k ,', M t ,' fr()'lt ii;;;i; ;iiiii .nr. niruiion leu ne.i uiior nr tile t'nuii v f.nirl llnn ,, real property situate lii Lincoln Coun-'tereil on the istli day of February r.U8. nnd Is published In the Incoln County Leader for 3 successive and consecutive Issues, beginning with the Issue of February 22il. 11)18 nnd end ing with the Isuse of March Slh, 1!.S. Within ten days from the final publl catlcn of thU- notice nnv owner of property adjacent to said str.vt to be so Improved, who objects to said Im provement shall file with the Recorder a written remonstraiicii ngalnst the proposed Improvement. Hy order of the Common Council. F. N. Hayden, City Itecurder. nine board while here. IV.'ed.icsdav. Mr Divnn tliii,L , ,. 1 1 .. "''l,IT- 1 "ay f.,r Ms farm on the siletz. Mrs. i'e city or Toledo, i.in.elu county - ' III fll'lTI ll'rl It.l IL'V n,4.. .1 ... I l'lllt.,11 I ... . .. .. I II I I Dn Bony, the dentist, is mak-'tln-'ts for Lincoln comity i:lu, " lu, u.cr , od aw v , ,m--! v ntZV:' ' th" rivht. title 'and ini ere'st ing rrrang.'inonts to r.invc hij '"" : v,"' ,,r,r;,u nt Vmt. and 1(L w a f. . , in ' , ' ,. . of ,hn !"",v" ""r " InWntnrJ .., frn. W,. !piV('iftS lively timOS (IlirillZ the . .. r11 iUl)t i- "'' ' arrived !,ove a.nel nctlon. in f... l,.,v.. ties. r,,r.,.,. .,,.t. i 4 n cominir vear 'Ul" oilsialiy tost TucmIv v.-tiiin frmii M.. lull,., where ril.-d property to saCMv said exe u- t and exi(.cts to pu in about five co ' '"h ear. ,,,, $30() ,)il9 ,Jlvn ,iur(.,::i:.. I);IV,. u urK, fur u llM!1.r ,.,. , decree m, ,,r, of : ale, inter,,;,. 1 (lays a week here in the future. ! II. E. Petersen tl.c Jewolc r was i'd l.v C. Brown, st.x l::n:in ,,rv vn,,i1M,ii ,.. ts m rem .in rm',s n,Ml "''"""k ''"' 1 Ralph Darting was down from ;a l.a.s.tnger for Portland Sahtr- ,for $1100. Charley Llllaid r. - aiua nth' and then return to To- ."r !T;,S!;:!!;!r!!!:::,-..V 1:1s' It Tlurlnll liu. nw.lilncr nninrr nt UllV 11101 IU11K. TCt limill S 1 lll.'SHil V f 01 VCS SAM fur leniln.r 11, n m... t, i. i... ..... ... ... "" T in viniiinH ner pur-, urn. jncr. Miernr or T to Philomath this morning. Mr. iveniiifr. While in the city Jir. .buildings down, $50 to nn ogonl Vnt. Mr. nnl Mi Darling expects to return here ;Pftorson purchased a large new .for negotiating the deal. j j(,i,n tioin cme soon and work 11 t ho Snrtioe stocit 01 waicncs, jewelry, novel- fa Minn itios, etc. He also bought a blir .. . I I f 4 saie lor ine saie Keeping or same. Mrs. It. J. Wollas and children departed this morning for their new home at Conuille. Mr. Wol las went Tuesday morning with , rs. J. , Parrlsh. rged from his homo I In the big woods the fore part of tho I Lincoln County W-S-S' Oregon, GOOD WORK! The Red Cross for tho Tole l T1..-I- .. . .... . Bert Howe installed a tub In ru , u,li;u wupjica me louowing wood schooima'am visited hla linrhpr chnn Ihla vni.li on l articles on UlSt lUOHdaV. March ,frlnnil Inst Frldaw nlel.t ML 1 UCSUU V 1II17J IllIIlI Willi:-"" vi-i, unu o:r.. . .. ' -..- . . . " . . " . . 1...11.1 i.-.i ULn MIIH Id Ilia I'nn-nlllo I'lim.. a car of stock ana Household "uw ."-i,iULU "P oauis as i. - y - "-r nnn,l Well AS film VPS IIert hna tnlron 1-C1 gwuo. -- " r, r i 4 .1 m 'tne agency for the Corvallis Guy Roberts the sawmillman ;Laundry aiild Bollcil8 a Bnare of Is over from Monroe this week your ptr0I1age. He has ordered He says that he will be through an electrlc babrbcr &nic ZnyL&TJi&!"c and will condSca - " -- j-a 4.h4 v a u MVS 1U this issue. his mill here, Mrs. Lee Wade and Miss Mar gie Ball returned last evening from a couple of weeks' visit with the former's son, Frank, who Is stationed at the Maro Is land Navy Yards. A. T. Peterson returned Tues- Subscriptoins to the Leader received this week are: J. Brad bury, Toledo, Or.; B. M. Armi tage, Newport, Or.; W. An drews, Toledo, Or.; Roy It. Hen dry, Newport, Or.; W. IL Moore, Harlan, Or.; F. F. Foster, Wau- day evening from Eugene where na, Or.; Mrs. F. R, Walters, Eu he and wife have been for some Igene, Or.; Noah Rlgel, Newport, time, Mrs. Peterson recently un- j Or.; J. C. Dixon. Elk City, Or.; dergolng an operation. He re ports that Bhe is getting nlontr nicely. ... ... -.;.,'.M.'JSM2I L. L. Fuller, Mills City, Or.; M. N. Anderson, Toledo, Or.; L. D. Emerson, Winant, Or. 27 pr. bed cocks 2 dozen bath towels 2 dozen hand towels 19 wash cloths 1 doz. hot-water-bag covers (50 handkerchiefs 1 wash cloth 3 scrub cloths 3,900 gun wipers 4 ambulance pillows 16 sweaters 9 pair hand-knit socks 12 hospital shirts Bayvlew Auxiliary, one of the youngest organizations In the county but also one of the livest shipped the following: 1 pair hand-knit socks. 3 sweaters 2 dozen hand towels 1 dozen bath towclu NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT week nnd left for Albany on a bust- j E.'.ate of Uriel L. Clark, deceased ties mission. I Notice Is hereby given tlint tho un- Miss Mamie Wakefield, the Chit- oersluned, administrator with the will Toledo B",1,'X'd ' the estate of I'rlel L. Clark (alias U. L. Clark) deceased, has filed III the Countv Court nf Hie Stnlu .if nilly Simpson, Horsey Rochester Oregon for the County of Lincoln, his and Aldcn Allen were down from Elk final account as such administrator. City Tuesday ",h1 t,mt 1,10 8"' imv of April, 1918, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock A. M. at the ,U"""""1. "i"'i"u murt room of tlm fV.nntv WI In Hi. Wnldport was a county seat visitor County Court House of Lincoln Conn- Wednesday. ty, Oregon, at Toledo, Oregon, has J. 8. Copeland of Sslado visited his b,''on, "xd "".lh.B, U",le nn! "1b.' ,l,r i.r.i,.., f.i..-i. 4i. 4 ., ,,, the hearing of objections to said final brother, Clark, the fore part of tho nccoullt ond ttlc.n.t...t thereof. Robert Treat Piatt, Administrator with the will an nexed of the Kstute of Uriel L. Clark (alias U. L. Clark) deceased. Piatt and Piatt, Attorneys for Administrator. Tlate ot first publication March 8th, 1918. Date of Inst publication April Kill, SUMMONS In the Circuit Court of th 8tat of Oregon for Lincoln County L. M. UcroKRlo, l'lalutlff. vs. Henry C. Starr and Crover C. Starr, Defendants To drover C. Starr, ono of the above . 19IH named defendants: Irt th., Nam. nt aha ftl94t nf (lrnnn. I You are hereby notified and required ! Oregon City Paving being to appear in the above entitled Court done by county Increase 17.7 and cause and answer the complaint ccn,9 ,)C,r H,iuarp yard over last filed against you therein within six ,,' ' ,j ,, . weeks from the dntfl of tim first nub- due to Increased labor and ..cation of summons, which said dato material ( hargi'8. X Expert Watch ). Repairing .W-8-8- Whi n otl'.ru fnil jou Wo Guarantcu S.Uisft.c'.icu .j A triul vlll convince, i'l-ico T vcrv rrns'iinnlile. Over 40 Years' Erp. ricncc as prunicai v.nii'1 n i.l ir All Work (iunruntct-d. v HANS E. PETERSON V 141 Al WAUGH Dealer ia Cigars Tobacco and Butter Klst Pop Corn TOLEDO, OREGON al t i HTHHfMWMH4TftHt