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L4NQ0L.N CQUjNTY LEADER, FRIDAY, MARCH 22nd, 1918.
'"v. I Swift & Company Publicity At a recent hearing of the Federal Trade Commission there was introduced correspondence taken from the private files of Swift & Company .which showed that the Company had been con sidering for some time an educational advertising campaiga The need for this publicity has been apparent to us for sev eral years. The gross misrepresentation to which we have recently been subjected has convinced us that we should no longer delay in putting before the public the basic facts of our business, relying on the fair-mindedness of the American people. The feeling against the American packer is based largely on the belief that the income and well-being of the producer and consumer are adversely affected by the packers' operations, resulting in unreasonably large profits. Swift & Company's net profit is reasonable, and represents an insignificant factor in the cost of living. For the fiscal year 1917 the total sales and net profit of Swift & Company were as follows: ' Sales . . . $875,000,000. i $34,650,000. equivalent to a $3,465. profit on a business of $87,500. If Swift & Company had mad no profit at alL the cattle raiser would have received only one-eighth of a cent per pound more for his cattle, or the consumer would have saved only one-quarter of a cent per pound on dressed beef. Swift & Company, U. S. A. Al Ittk re of tttU loot arartica, f ac'fl a mdf fa ait doum an caa liHi hm iithitt! (inmlf StawlitodkaoJWMnlJuifc Who Is Going to Send Him another pouch of Seal GRAVELY Chewing Ping Real Gravely Plug is the tobacco to send the Boy not ordinary plug loaded up with sweetening, but condensed quality with the good Gravely taste that satisfies and comforts and lasts a long while. dir. any man a chaw of Raal Cravaly Plug, and ha will teD you (Aa(' Ilia kind to aaad. Sand tha baatl Ordinary plug ia fala. aconomy. It coata laaa par waak to chaw Raal Gr.valy, bac.ua. a araall chaw of it laata a king whila. If rou amok, a plpo. inc. Cravalr with tout knlfa and) add a litUa to your amoklni tobacco. It will lira flavor improve tout amoka. SEND YOUH FRIEND IN THE V. S. SERVICE A POUCH OF GRAVELY Dealer, all around haro carry It in 10c pouckaa, A Sc. stamp will put it into hia hands in any Training Camp or Sra. port of the U. S. A. Ereo "over there" So. ataaap will take it to him. Your dealer will supply enrslopa and giro you official directions how to address it, P. B. GRAVELY TOBACCO CO., Danville, Va. - 77i Patent Pouch ..p ft Ftuth and CUan and Good if fa not Real Gravely without (Aia Proimction Soal Established 1831 1 1 1 ya. (Vjn. and letters written by the boys GET YOUR FURNITURE NOW between the 15th and 20th of IIavln bou ht th furniture January to friends and relatives of the Nlcoiai hotel at Newport, In the United States. we are prepared t0 furni8h you Henry Gohrke of Dallas was with dressers, rocking chairs, a Toledo visitor several days dining chairs, bed steads, mat- the first of the week. Mr. Gohr. presses, springs, etc., at reason ke has just recently traded for able prices. Call and see these the Anton F. Will place north of goods Bateman & Bateman, (Furniture Store. town, and expects to move here with his family soon. Mr. Gohrke desires to buy several "iifJrCALL FOR COUNTY Silas Maley was up from New port last Friday. Matt Pompei was over from the Agency Saturday. Miss Violet King was up from Oyster City Saturday. Wm. Southwell was down from Rock Creek yesterday. Remember the High School play and dance this evening. Frank Priest of Newport was a county seat visitor Saturday W. E. Ball was a passenger for Portland Monday morning. L, w. G. Sharman of Ocean View had business in Toledo last Fri day. W. N. Cook of Chitwood was transacting business in the city Saturday. Attorney A. O. Condit arrived over from Salem Wednesday evening. Chas Van Orden came down from Elk City on the Transit Tuesday. W. S. S. means War Savings Stamps. Buy them and we shall stick the Kaiser. Attorney G. B. McCluskey was called to Corvallis yesterday on legal business. Guy Altree departed Saturday morning for Gaston where he will work in a sawmill. Walter Hall, the Siletz mer chant, returned last evening from a trip to the Valley. Mrs. Zel) Blower and Miss Ethel Polland of Mill Four were Toledo visitors Saturday. Mrs. T. Dowling. the Yaqulna postmistress and daughter were county seat visitors Friday. J. C. Dixon, Republican can didate for sheriff passed through to the Resort City Friday even ing. The Annual Teachers' Insti tute of Lincoln county will meet the 1st, 2nd and 3rd of May this year. Mrs. Scarth arrived down from Elk City Wednesday even ine for a visit with Toledo friends. Ed. Abbey was up from New port last week, In company with L. J. Simpson, candidate for governor. II. Bradley returned from Summit Saturday evening, where he bas been working In the sawmill. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Small ar rived down from Elk City on Saturday evening's train, to take In the big dance. W. E. Simpson of Elk City was In attendance at the big I. O. O. F. dance here "Saturday evening. 'Billy Is the Democratic aspirant for sheriff. Don't forget the High School Vaudeville this evening. Roy Hawkins was down from Elk City Saturday evening. Mrs. R. P. Coin is entertain ing the Ladies Whist Club today. Carl and Milton Hendrlcksen of Bayview were Toledo visit ors Tuesday. Fred Wygant was over from Siletz to the big dance last Sat urday evening. M. W. Simpson of Elk City was transacting business in the Attorney and Mrs. Edw. J. Clark returned last evening from a trip to Portland. - Miss Blanche Jeffreys arrived last evening for a visit with her aunt Mrs. T. P. Fish. Merchant J. H. Sugg has Just installed a new up to date cash register and credit file. Chas. J. Preissler of Alsea was in the city this week making proof on his homestead. I. A. Vernon of Albany was In the city last evening. Mr. Ver non Is an old resident of the Eddyville section. C. S. Bunnell of Beaver Creek had business in the city this week. He purchased several head of stock while here. Fred Rowe returned to his home at Silverton Monday after a visit with his brother, Seth, and family near this city. A marriage license was Issueti at ancouvcr this week to somewhere in the county so that he can raise a big bunch of cat tle. wss ELEVEN YEARS AGO Items taken from the files of the Leader ot that date. Miss Ethel Ross came in from Al bany Saturday and visited at home until Monday morning. Joseph Blower and S. J. Rnbb ot Mill Four were passengers lor Corval lis Monday morning. Mrs. Frank Wadsworth of Portland arrived Saturday evening for a visit with relatives. Merchant John Kentta of Siletz, re turned Wednesday from a business trip to Portland. He reports chilly weather In the metropolis. The Dewey Saloon building Is being disfigured into a temperance billiard hall with confectionery, etc., on the side. It will be In charge of Char- S. R. Cotton the Yaqulna mer chant was a county seat visitor Saturday. He went out to the Valley on business Monday. Tillamook bias a war crop that is the cheese, the whole cheese and nothing but the cheese, so help me Hoover! Tho Thnrsen rlp-ndrirksen Lumber Co., has shipped two I cars of airplane spruce the past week and have another car loaded for shipment. Carl Tangen received a pic ture from his brother, Peter, this week. Showing the latter's l Robertson of Taft, Or., were In To rerriment. Peter ia stationed at ledo Monday making proof on their Vancouver at present. homesteads before County Clerk Wade. W Willis of Yanuina was a Arthur TonBeland 1,88 BoM hla m "J 0" farm on Olalla to W. II. Vertner and luicuu visuui oaiuiuuv. tvuuc in town he called in and sub scribed for the Leader for his i brother, who lives at Morgan. b, WARRANTS Notice is hereby given that all warrants drawn on the gener al fund of Lincoln County, Ore gon, and endorsed to and includ- jing December 18th, 1916, are hereby called and the interest thereon stopped this day. Dated at Toledo, Oregon, this 1st day of March, 1918. Ira Wade.County Treasurer, o HAWKINS & McCLUSKEY ' Attorneys-at-Law TOLEDO, - OREGON lie Fox of Albany. Mrs. J. F. Stewart and son, Ray- NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT Estate of Uriel L. Clark, deceased ' Notice Is hereby given thut the un dersigned, administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Uriel L. Clark (alius U. L. Clark) deceased, has filed In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Lincoln, his final account as such administrator, Mr. and Mrs. Fred MeCauiou arrived down from Portland Sat urday evening and will make their home here. Fred has em ployment as cook with the War ren Spruce Co. F. W. Carson received a pic ture from his son, Willard this week. Willlard is with the U. S. Expeditionary Forces 'Some where in France," and he is cer tainly looking fine. W. L. Kadderly, Assistant State County Agent Leader, was ; in the city Wednesday evening, coming over with County Agent Asb.ihr. Mr. Kadderly returned to the Valley yesterday. Home grown bunch lettuce, California had lettuce, niond, visited at Pioneer Saturday with and that the 8th day of April. 1918, at Mrs. P. A. Miller. .the hour of 10:00 o'clock A. M. at the J. P. Bones, D. C. Bones and Charlie ourt m ",e Coun? ,Couf' ty, Oregon, at Toledo, Oregon, lias been fixed as the time and place for the hearing of objections to said final account, and the settlement thereof. Robert Treat Piatt, Administrator with the will an nexed of the Estate of Uriel L. Clark (alias U. L. Clark) deceased. Piatt and Piatt, Attorneys for Administrator. Date of first publication March 8th, 1918. Date of last publication April 6th, 1918. left this morning for Philomath, where he will work In a sawmill during the summer. Arthur will be missed by Uncle Sam cast his hat Into the ring, end this be did say: "I will conquer Kaiser Wllhelm, If it takes 'till doomsday." Xever have I entered, that my back ers haven't come through, And upheld the honor of the Red, White and Blue." The Huns are marching dally from Russia to theWesf, There the Khaki Clads are waiting, for the Teuton crest. They'll retreat again from Verdun, from the din and hue, While shouts of victory come from the Red. White and lllun. Across the "pond" In beautiful Paris, that pluce of great renoun, I'nclo Sam Is on the lips of every one In town. SUMMONS In the Circuit Court of the Stato of Oregon for Lincoln County L. M. Scroggln, Plaintiff, vs. Henry C. Starr and Grover C. Starf, Defendants. To Grover C. Starr, one ot the abovo named defendants: In the Name of the State of Oregon, You are hereby notified und required to appear In the above entitled Court and cause aid answer the complaint filed against you therein within six weeks from the date of the first pub lication of summons, which said da (a 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 In the complaint, to wlt: ' For a judgment and decree for the sale of the following described real property, to-wit: Lots .o. two (?) in roe (J I ana Four (4) Section Six (6) Township Seven (7) South Range Nine (9) West of the Willamette Meridian In Lincoln County, State ot Oregon. Containing 132.37 acres. Upon the foreclosure of the mort gage described In the complaint to re cover the amount due upjon.the prom issory note given by defendant, Henry C. Starr, to plaintiff 'on December 28, 1911 for $662.90 with Interest thoreon at 10 per cent per annum from date until paid and the further sum of $150.00, attorney's fees together with the costs and disbursements and for a further decree that whatever interest or estate you, the said Grover C. Starr, may nave or claim to hnve In and to aid real property is subsequent und 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 as to the Court may seem mete In equity and In good conscience. Tills summons Is served upon you by publication In the Lincoln County Lender by order of the lion. R. R. Mil ler. County Judge of Lincoln County, Oregon made at chambers In the City of Toledo on the 14th day of February, w. O. Sims, Attorney for Plaintiff. Post-office adress: Sheridan, Oregon. SHERIFK'3 'JALE In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Lincoln Lisle Wright, Plaintiff, vs. Mary A. Flett, Thos. G. Flett and Margurette Flett, his wife and Laura Gilstrap. Defendants. lly virtue of an execution, decree and order of sale lsued out of the above entitled Court In the above en titled action to me directed and tinted the 23rd. day of February. A. 1).. 1918. In favor of Klslo Wright Plaintiff and ngnlnHt the abovo named Defendants for the sum of$913.75 with Interest iM.irr- Jarmlno nnri Miss Fnnnlr- UK broccoli, new cabbage, lti..i .. v ll.lnrnln rniiiitv 1 1:1 rn I n tur-i Hazel Green, both of Newport. Dudley Trapp of Chitwood, L. C. Mowery of Lower Siletz, and Ord Castle of Siletz have boen here this week viewing out the road to the proposed bridge across the Yaqulna. Sam'l Center recently re ceived a picture of his son, Js'ewt., in uniform. Newt likes the life fine, tips the scales at 1S4, but is getting anxious to have it out w ith the Kaiser. Make it your business to come and see our display of vegetabes and fruit. We are proud of it and we want you to Bee what a variety there Is here this week at the Quality Store. W. E. Parthemer of Lower Siletz was visiting with Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Schwartz here this week. Mr. Parthemer has rented the Denny place near Ona, and will reside there) this summer. Nick Ludemann and Earl Hoover came over from the Agency yesterday. Mr. Hoover departing on the morning train for Portland. Wr. Ludemann is famiing the John Adams place, above Klamath Grade. Next come the American Red Cross thereon at the rule of 8 per cent rr whoso doings aren't few. Annum from the 1st day of rYbnnry, Itii.liiiik' lifo fur love of humanity A. D. 191 3, und a further sum of 1MJ.00 11 ml 1 hi. Iteil. White and 11 ue. 'nilnrnev's fees and coits taxed at Iviisc- There Ih jov In every corner when $20.1)0, and costs of this writ Deuce dwells ut homo. ilng mo to sell the lollowlng You hear of the A. II. C. Its every- real property situate In Lincoln Coiiu-iI . . . w nirru ji'ii ilium, ij, Viit5w, iin lummB, mwii. ..M.o, v,,.,, v.. ii..rai. Their deeds are great, wortli untold, celery, at Frederick's Quality, undaunted to tii core, Store. Helping along the Allied eaue and , ,1 the lied, wiilto ena muo. A number Of the friends Of .when rolling In your cot before yon The Lot Tliree(3), Tim Tint T!;i'f 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS in the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Lincoln In the Matter of the Kstute cf Robert S. Barclay, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned hns been, by order of the County Court of Lincoln County, Ore gon, duly appointed executrix of the estate of Robert S. Barclay, dereusort. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to pre sent the same, duly verified and with proper vouchers as by law required to me at my residence at Waldport, Ore gon, within six months from the date of tills notice. Duted this 14th day of March, 191?. Eva J. Mor'lion, Executrix of the estuto of Robert S. llurcluy, Deceased. 4 t t t When others fail you i Expert Watch taxed at 1 1 r a a t nimmi.n.i. ! Kepainnit t described T " Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Boeckman arranged a surprise for last Sun- turn to sleep, Pray God protect those fearless lad- day, the occasslon being the an- Colng to ttl6 ald of tlielr COmrades, nlversary of Mr. and Mrs. IJoeck man's wedding, the crystal annl-1 versary. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Peterson and children were passengers for Newport Monday evening, D. L. returning Tuesday, Mrs. Peter son and children remaining over for a few days1 visit. They re turned last evening. Subscriptions to the Leader received this week are: H. E. Willis, Morgan, Or.; F. B. Whit ed, Toledo, Or.; R. O. Duncan, Toledo, Or.; Mrs. M. Knauff, Toledo, Or.; Mrs. Wm. Scott, Si letz, Or.; J. F. Turner, Canton, S. D.; M. S. Herring, Rivera, Calif.; Emll Ruprecht, Nortons, Or. The failure to receive letters from the hoys In France may be accounted for by the sinking of the Andania off the coast of Ire land the latter part of January. This boat carried thirty thoua- bravlng the dark-blue sea To return with the flag of Victory, the Red, White and Ulue. An Ona Red Cross Member. 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 INSTITUTE of Portland, Oregon. R. D. BURGESS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Toledo, Oregon Office In Ofstedahl Building. Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.i 2 to 4 and 7 to I p. m. Emergent? calls at any time. Phone, 1003 of Southwest Quarter (1C of SWM and the Southeast Quarter of the iNonnwesi quarter 01 section ju i-; i I 1 K..l.l L-I.nn I I f. I C. Ill It ..f'X iu iuminiii, rme.H iiui -w..i Rango Ten (10) West of Willamette Meridian, Containing In the aggrepite one hundred and llfty elght 81100 (158.91) acres more or less, In Lincoln County. Oregon. NOW, THKHEFORK In compliance with the demands of said execution, decree and order of sale I will on Sat urday, the 30th day of March A. I). 1818. at 1 o'clock P. M. at the front door of the County Court House, In the City of Toledo. Lincoln l ouniy, Oregon sell to the highest bidder for csh, all the right title and Interest of the abovo named Defendants In the above name! action, In the above des cribed property to satisfy said execu tion decree and order ot saie, interval, Pnaia and arrrulnc costs. Date ot First Publication Mch. 1, 1911 Date of LaBt Publication Mch. 29, 1918. Bert, Geer, Sheriff ot Lincoln County, Oregon. We Guarantee Satisfaction A trial will convince. Trice vi'rv rruHonnlito. t Over 40 Years' Experience as practical watchmaker All Work Guaranteed. HANS E. PETERSON AL WAUGH a L. PERKINS Shoemaker and Harness Repairer Shop on Hill Street TOLEDO, OREGON Dealer ia Cigars Tobacco and Butter Kist ' Pop .. , Corn . T TOLEDO, OREGON 1.1 'V-a.