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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, FRIDAY, MARCH 15th, 1918.
H I mm Emit J i i n TomaHawk Velvet Cream BEST FOR CHAPPED SKIN Toledo Drug Co. T. P. HAWKINS, Prop. H ? -l L. R. BATEMAN E. R. BATEMAN BATEMAN & BATEMAN COMPLETE HOME FURNISHER UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES We Buy, Sell and Exchange New and Second Hand Furniture ?! Frederick's QUALITY STORE A NATION CAN THRIVE ONLY THROUGH THE THRIFT OF ITS PEOPLE IT'S UP TO YOU, TO SAVE. BE THRIFTY AND . BUY WHERE YOU CAN BUY BEST , IF YOU WILL COMPARE PRICES AND QUAL ITY WE WILL GET YOUR BUSINESS WE HAVE A SPLENDID STOCK FOR YOU TO MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS FROM EVERY ARTICLE WE SELL YOU, MUST BE SATISFACTORY P. Frederick TWENTY-ONE YEARS AGO Items .taken from the files of the Leader of that date. The gramophone concert at the old school house last Saturday night was quite well attended despite the bad weather. ' Toledo wants a bank and there Is no better place In Oregon for a man with a limited amount of capital to run a safe and conservative bank. The creamery building has been re modeled Into a hall and now presents a very neat appearance. A stage has been erected, a cloak room fitted up, and a good public hall Is thus pre pared,. It will be dedicated with a dance a week from tomorrow night. An athletic club was organized by the boys of this place last Wednesday night, and will meet Friday evenings of each week in the new hall, formerly the creamery building. The boys ex pect to turn out a few Fltzsimmons' In the near future. A pleasant surprise party was given Harry Fant, at Mr. and Mrs. Fant's home, near this place, last Friday night. -W8-8- ELEVEN YEARS AGO Items taken from the filed of the Leader of that date. Thomas Pavey was in tho city Mon day. Mike Roddy of Wlnant had business in the city Tuesday. A. J. and Bob Warnock and Henry Velt of Eddyvllle are among the county seat visitors today. B. F. Grant of Harlan was in Toledo today. He reports that his live stook is coming through the winter in fine shape. The Fir and Spruce Lumber Com pany has purchased and had delivered at the mill the entire stock ot brick of the Dundon yard. The company also had a carload shipped in from the east C. M. Vldlto was a visitor rrom Newport yesterday. Mj. Vidito has assumed the management of the Bay View Hotel In partnership with C. C. Chlpman. Both gentlemen hall from Corvallls. C. C. Mr.Brlde of Albany passed homeward Tuesday morning from a business trip Into the south end of the county. Deputy County Clerk Lee Wade re turned from a trip up the coast Tues day morning. Mart Shannon left Tuesday for his home at The Dalles, after a visit with Toledo friends. He was accompanied by his son Roy. Thomas Day OBcar Olsen J. H. Twombly Q. H. Lewis George E. Day Willis Hayes THE RED CROSS NURSES OF EUROPE ARE GIVING TOASTED CIGARETTES TO THE BOYS To anyone who doesn't know of the wonderful advances that have been made in the preparation of smoking tobaccos in the last few years it may sound strange to speak of toasted cigarettes. Strictly speaking, we should say ciga rettes made of toasted tobacco; the smok ers of this country will recognize it more readily by its trade name, "LUCKY STRIKE "the toasted cigarette. The American Tobacco Company are producing millions of these toasted ciga rettes and these are being bought in enormous quantities through the various tobacco funds conducted by the news papers of the country and forwarded through the Red Cross Society to the boys in France. f This new process of treating tobacco not only improves the flavor of the tobacco but it seals in this flavor and make the cigarettes keep better. The Red Cross nurse it always glad to have a cigarette for the wounded soldier. as, in most instances, that is the first thing asked for. For Sale Cheap Small Team harness and wagon. Rigel Bros, Newport, Ore. Came to my place, one black and white heifer, 3 years old. uau or write James Bell, Pio neer, uregon. Yaquina Electric Co. Electric Light and Power "Cured! Mrs. Gus Griffith, of Everton, Mo., writes! "I suffered for three years with various female troubles. My lite was a misery. I was not able to do anything . . . bear ing down pains in my back and llmw, and head ache . . . weak and nerv ous. Dr. recom. mended Cardui to me." TAKE m 0 53 G 8 r skH Tho Woman's Tonic pin "When I was on the Sixth bottle", she contin ues, "1 began feeling like a new woman...! am now a well woman . . . I know my cure is per manent for it has been three years since I took Cardui." Thousands of women, now strong and healthy, who once suf fered from women's ail ments, give C&rd-u-l the credit lor their good health. Try it, for your troubles. kAnDrnicisU W ml SANITARY I; Barber Shop :: An up-to-date place in every thing that constitutes a First Class Barber Shop Our Bath Room Is always Clean and Neat. Try It Agency for the CORVALLIS LAUNDRY I X Basket goes twice a week, Tuesdays and Fridays C. L. PERKINS Shoemaker and Harness Repairer I BERT M. HOWE, Prop I RESOLUTION Whereas, the Angel of Death has again entered our order and summon ed across the silent river, our brother Edwin Thompson, who gave up his life In the service of his country, and Whereas, by his untimely death a gloom has been cast over our com munity, Toledo Lodge No. 108 I. O. O. P. has lost an efficient and worthy member, and every one who knew him a warm and devoted friend. Therefore, be It resolved: That we In paying tribute to our beloved broth er drape our charter for a period ot thirty days: That we extend our sympathy to the bereaved brothers and sister in their loss and, Be It further resolved that a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of the lodge, a copy sent to the brothers and sister, and a copy sent to each of the Toledo papers. R. P. Goln, 8. B. Ports, H. Jackson, Committee. Wanted Men tr work nn bridge at Mill 4, for S. P. Co. Carpenters $3.50 to S4 Of) day. Helpers $3 to $3.50. See u. k. namDeriain, Foreman, or write him at Yaquina. WS-S ' NEWPORT FLORIST Cut Flowers and Potted Plants; Funeral Designs A Secialtv. Phono Box 204 Newport, Or . Notice is hereby given that the Dartnershln heretnfnrn vist ing between W. W. Willoughby and A. A. Willouehbv la this dav dissolved by, mutual consent. uaiea mis zist day or Feb., 1918. W. W. Willoughby, A. A. Willoughby. Heavy Draft Team and Har ness for sale. Weight 3200. Price 1325.00. See Dan Smith,' Toledo, Ore. For Exchange for Stock Ranch in Lincoln County, Or., 34 acres all in cultivation. 20 acres in fine commercial Bearing Prune Orchard; Balance in Vetch and Oats all fenced. Good 7-room house. Barn. Prune dryer, cost 2000.00. This place is free from incumberance. Located 2 miles from Albany. Price 1 10,- 500.00, will -exchange this place for stock ranch of equal value. Address Parker Hornback. 334 Lyon St., Albany, Ore Constructing Engineering, Drafting, and Designing. Com plete Plants A Specialty A. E. Marvin. For Sale Three Tons Good I lay Cheap at my Place on 01- alla. Hans Olson. MANY GOOD POSITIONS Can be had by any ambitious young man or woman In the field of railway or commercial telegraphy. We want a number of young men and women to prepare for the telegraph serv ice to fill vacancies caused by unusual drafting of young men for Signal Corps. Prepare to help your country. Write todaj for full particulars. THE RAIL. WAY TELEGRAPH INSTlTUTf of Portland, Oregon. THE RED CROSS AT FISHER From Fisher comes a report to the local Red Cross that shows that they are doing something worth while and of great importance to our boys and the country, that they have some real live workers down there. At a, ribbon social glw n by the schools ot Lane and Lincoln counties on Five Rivers and Buck Creek, twenty-five new members were added to the list of the Red Cross. Miss Grace Wilson makes the report and her letter In spenking of the community, breathes the spirit of patriotism and love of ountry and a great desire to be ot service to our boys, the beloved sons ot the U. B. A., who are lighting In the Last Crusade, who are the Knights ot the Faith, of Home and Ood, wheth er they are doing their duty here or Over There." The following la the list or the names of the membership at Fisher: Roy Olsen Horses Bought, Sold or Traded Saddle horses and rigs for hire Gilbert & Gwynn, Slleti, Oregon. LOGS WANTED We are In the market for saw logs, and will pay S6 per thousand for same. Hawkins Bros., Elk City, Or. Shop on Hill Street TOLEDO, OREGON Launch Transit Leaves Elk City, 7:30 a. n Toledo, 9 a. m. Returnlnf leaves Newport 2:30 p. m.; Ta ledo 4:30 p.m. Every TuesdaJ Thursday and Saturday, Marry Prlndle Luther Prlndle Willie Faulkner John Taylor Lloyd Taylor James Wilson Elmer Pankey C. L. Clark C. C. Faulkner E. E. Faulkner Res Belts Leanord Rales Jlmmte Cox Edward Adama T. T. Fankey Bam Bfdta J. J. Wilson Bert Hayes WANTED A few good cows or heifers coming freBh this Spring, also Team of Mares weight 1200 to 1400. Jess Farrin, Yeon Barber Shop. Portland , Oregon. Born Woolens Voolens worthy o the Born Label ore worthy of your confidence for we can't afford to risk our refutation on any fabric of un certain tailoring and wearing qualities. You may choose your pattern now from a line unlimited in variety of weave end color. And you '11 find our , J)nce very reasonable. (toufait Bam Wr) R. A. ARNOLD SUMMONS In the Clroult Court of The State of . Oregon for the County of Lincoln J. R. Barclay, Plaintiff, vs. Alex Mc Ewlng, Nellie Mc Ewlng, Jessie Myres, Frank Myres, and "also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien, or interest in the real estate described in the complaint herein", Defendants. To Alex Mc Ewtng, Nellie Mc Ewlng Jessie Myres, Frank Myres, and "alBO all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, Hen or interest in the real estate described In the complaint herein", ....the above named defendants. In the name of the State of Oregon: You and each of you are hereby summoned and required to appear and answer the complaint filed herein, In the above entitled suit and court, on or before the 22nd day ot March, 1918, the suld date being the last day of the time prescribed In the order herein tor publication of summons, and each of you are hereby notified that If you fail to so appear and answer said complaint as herein required, for want thereof, plaintiff will apply to the, above entitled court for the relief pray-' ed for In his complaint, to-wrt: 1 iThat defendants and each of thein be required to set forth the char acter of their claims, if any they have, and that all adverse claims ot defend ants be determined by a decree of thia court; 2 That by such decree. It be deter mined, adjudged and ordered that plaintiff is the owner in fee simple of the real property described in the com plaint, and ot the whole and every part thereof, and that said defendants, nor any of them, have any right, title, estate, lien or Interest in, or to said real property or any part thereof; to wit: : Lots numbered Five (5) and Six (6) of Section Thirty-five (35) In Town ship Thirteen (13) South Range Ten (10) West of the Willamette Meridian. in Lincoln County, State of Oregon, Containing Seventy and twenty one hundredths acres (70.21 acres). 3 That defendants and each of them be forever, enjoined and restrained from asserting any claim. Interest, lien, or estate whatsoever In or to said premises, or any part there of adverse to plaintiff or his predeces sors in title; 4 That plaintiff have such other and further and separate relief as la deemed equitable by this court In the premises. This summons Is served on you and each of you by publication thereof In accordance with an order of Hon. R. R. Miller, County Judge, of Lincoln County, State of Oregon, made and filed herein on the 4th day of Febru ary, 1918, directing publication of tills summons once a week for six consec utive and successive weeks. In the Lincoln County Leader, a newspaper ot general circulation and published weekly in Toledo, Lincoln County, Or egon, said order requiring you to ap pear and answer herein on or before the 22nd day of March, 1918, said date being the last day ot the publication thereof. Ged W. Denman, Attorney for Plaintiff. First publication February 8, 1918. Last publication March, 22, 1918. 0 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Circuit court of the State of Oregon for the County of Lincoln In the Matter of the Estate of liar rlet L. Freeman, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given that the un derslgned has been, by order of the County Court or Lincoln County, Ore gon, duly appointed administrator of the estate of Harriet L. Freeman, de ceased. All person having claims against said estate are hereby notified to present the same, duly verified and with proper vouchers as by law re SUMMONS of In the Circuit Court of The 8tate Oregon for Lincoln County James Cunningham and Julia Cun ningham, his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. F. W. Stock, Ned Clark and Dudtoy Trapp, Defendants. To F. W. Stock, one of the above named Defendants. In the name of the State ot Oregon, you are hereby required to appear and answer to complaint of the plaintiff riled against you in the above entitled quired, to me, at my office in Toledo, suit on or before six weeks from the Oregon, within six months from th date of the first publication of this date of this notice, Dated this 1st day of March, 1918. Q. B. McCluskey, Administrator ot the estate ot Harriet L. Freeman. Deceased. of Wanted Few Thousand Roof Shakes. Also some' Plowing done. See Hans Olson. FOR SALE One registered Hoist em bull 4 years old. Can be seen at my farm 10 miles be low Slletz or write for his breed ing runs heavy In the DeKol strain. Slletz, Ore., L. C. Mow- rey, Owner. State School Funds to loan at 6 per cwit Interest on Improv ed agricultural land. Sara cranen. Toledo, Oregon. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Christian Science Services wlM be held at the building first door north of City Hall, Sunday at 11 o'clock. Subject leston sermon, Substance. All are cordially Invited. Sunday School at 10 o'clock. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'8 SALE In the Circuit Court of the State Oregon for Lincoln County A. O. Abrahamson, Plaintiff, vs. Perry Blevlns and Jane Doe Blevlns his wife, Defendants. By virtue of an execution, judgment, order, decree and order of sale leaned out ot the above entitled Court In the above entitled cause, to me directed and dated as died on the 10th day of January, 1917, upon a judgment ren dered and entered In said Court on this 8th day of January, 1917, In favor of A. O. Abrahamson, plaintiff, and against Perry Blevlns and Jane Doe Blevlns, defendants, for the sum of $1000.00, and for the further sum of $30.00 Interest accrued to May 18th, 1917, together with Interest on former sum at 6 per cent per annum from May 18th, 1917, until paid, and the further sum of $19.46 taxes paid by plaintiff on said real property, and for the fur ther sum of $00.00 attorneys fees, and for bis costs and disbursements in the sum of $25.00, and the costs of and up on this writ commanding me to make sale of the following described real property, towlt: The North half of the South half of the Southeast quar ter of Section 13, in Townalilp 11 South, Range 8 West of W. M., 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, I will, on the 23d day ot March, 1918, at the hour of 10.00 o'clock A. M., at front door of the County Courthouse In To ledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, sell at public auction, (subject to redemp tion), to the highest bidder for cash in hand, all the right, title and Inter est which the within named defend ants and each of them had on the 18th day of November, 1914, the date of the mortgage herein foreclosed, or since that date had In and to the above des cribed real property or any part there of, to satisfy said execution, judgment. order and decree, interest, costs and accruing costs. Dated this 20th, day of February, 1918. First publication hereof, February 22d, 1918. Last publication March 22d. 1918. Bert Gear. Slier Iff. v , of Lincoln County, Oregon. summons. The date of the first pub lication thereof being the 8th day of February, 1918. And It you fall so to appear and answer, for want thereof the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded In their complaint, said relief, among other things being as follows: For judgment against the defendant, F. W. Stock for the sura ot $1500.00, with Interest at the rate ot 8 per cent per annum from the 9th day of March, 1916, and for the further sum of $250.00, attorney's fees, and for costs and disbursements: and for a decree foreclosing that certain mortgage dat ed March 6, 1916, recorded in Book 16, page 604 Mortgage Record of Lincoln i County, Oregon, which mortgage cov ering the following described property: Lots 6 and 7 Section Six Township 11 South Range 9 West, Lincoln County, Oregon: And for a decree for ever barring and foreclosing the de fendants, and all persons claiming by. through or under them, or either ot them, from any right, title, claim, lien Interest or estate in and to said proper ty or any part thereof and decreeing the sale of said property free and clear of any claim, right, title, lien, Interest or estate of the defendants, or cither of them, except the statutory right ot redemption, and for such other relief as to the court may seem just In the premises. This summons Is served UDon ran by publication thereof once a week for six consecutive and successive weeks in the Lincoln County Leader a newspaper of general circulation In Lincoln County, Oregon, pursuant to an oraer oi me lion. o. F. Bklnworth which order was made and entered on the day of January, 1918, and which said order directed service of said sum mons by publication in the manner aforesaid. 'W. L. Cooner. Attornev for the plaintiffs, 826 Chamber of Com. merce nulldlng, Portland, Oregon. First publication Feb. 8th, 1918. , Last publication, March 22d, 1918. ' WAUG.TS MARKET FRESH AND CURED MEATS FISH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON Highest Price Paid for Illdea ' LESTER WAUGH, Prop. J