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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 26th, 1918.
PACE FIVE Grant King was over from Si letz Monday. Ed. Ilaniar was down from Nashville last evening. B. P. Jones was up from the Resort City Tuesday. Alex Catfish was over from the Agency yesterday. Cecil Blower returned last week from a visit at Albany. A. T. Peterson was a passen Jack Pogarty was ud from Yaquina Tuesday. Geo. McCaulou is at Waldport this week building barracks for. Boldiers. Clark Copeland has been very sick this week, but is reported better this morning. Billy Simpson, Democratic candidate for Sheriff, was down from Elk City yesterday. Mrs. Sophia Larson returned eer for Portland Tnesrlnv mnm. lurs- opma parson r w ' i Saturday evening from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Clara uauy jimiisiuii was a passen ger for Salem Wednesday morn ing. Curry at Eugene. Mrs. C. 0. Hawkins and child ren and Mrs. Ethel TT.imnr of Billy Graham returned Friday ! Newport visited Toledo friends evening from a trip to Kings .Tuesday. Valley I One hundred soldiers arrived Mrs. W. E. Ball and daughter Monday evening for the Wald Essie, went to Newport Monday port camps. Fifty of them stop- evening, Vern Gabriel was a passenger for the Lower Bay Wednesday evening. E. M. Fraizer the Orton mer ped off here, going on down Tuesday evening. John Waino drove over from the Agency this morning, bring ing his sister in law, Mrs. La- chant was a Toledo visitor last hahti- l th,e tr,aln' she Soln& on Saturday. uui x uruanu. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bensell I A marriage license was issued drove over from Siletz Tuesday !Wednf,8?ay by Co"nt7 lei In their car Howell to Orell R. Beals, 26, of North Bend, and Miss Sada A. "Buck" Olin brought a load of jBoysen, 16, of Alsea. soldier equipment over from the . . l , Agency Monday I A numDer auto trucks pasa- ed through on Monday's freight. County Treasurer Ira Wade These trucks will be used by the returned Saturday evening from ; Warren Spruce Co. on-the work a trip to the Valley. between Newport and Waldport. County Judge R. R. Miller A. J. Felch of Drift Creek is a was a passenger for Summit Toledo visitor this week. Mr. Tuesday morning. , Felch is employed here for the Born, Saturday April 19th, to 'present, but will return home in Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sugg in this a few' days to finish putting in city, a ten pound girl. Ms crop. Anstruther Scarth and Rus-' Lou's Michelson died at his sell Christiansen were Newport home in Eugene last week. Mr. visitors last Friday evening. j '-Michelson formerly lived here Chas. II. Gardner of Newport and was prominent in a business TV n v I la hoc Tl anv frionna was in he city Monday going :am the older reslent8 here. over to the Agency Tuesday. ,, .. - . , . , TT Section Foreman Murphy of sw? JJtt ' UPP" this place and section foreman Farm returned from a trip toiPrueft of yaquina, and crews the V alley Tuesday evening. ; were busy theVst of the week Attorney Waterbury of New- putting in the switch to connect port was transacting business at the logging road with the lines tne county seat Wednesday. of the S. P. Co. PROMINENT PROGRESSIVES IN OREGON ENDORSE CANDIDACY OF RALPH E. WILLIAMS FOR REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN Portland, Oregon, April 23, 1918. To the Republican Voters of Oregon: We, the undersigned, all formerly Progressives and now registered Re publicans, wish to add our endorsement to the candidacy of Ralph E. Wil liams, of Portland, for re-election on May 17 to the position of Republican National Committeeman. We endorse his candidacy for the following definite reasons: In the first place, If Mr. Williams had not Invited and encouraged the Progressives to join with the Republicans of this State1 In, 1916, there would have been no active co-operation between, the two forces and Oregon would undoubtedly have been lost to the Republican cause. Mr. Williams) advo cated the adoption by the Republican National Committee of a similar program of amalgamation and co-operative action In the other States. If his suggestions concerning California and Washington had been followsd, those two States would also have been found In the Republican column after the national election. Mr. Williams' attitude of friendliness toward Colonel Roosevelt Is gen erally known to Republican leaders throughout this Country and State. The same spirit If unity which Mr. Williams wan so largely In fmn-ntal In effecting In Oregon, In 1916, he also strove successfully to bring about at the recent meeting of the Republican National Committee at St. Louis. The new Chairman of the Republican National Committee, Will H. Hays, who was elected at the St. Louis meeting, has Joined with George W. PerklnB, Chairman of the Executive Committee of tho former Progres sive party, In commending Mr. Williams' efforts to achieve harmony nt St. Louis. On the- occasion of his recent visit to Portlund, Mr. Hays called attention to the splendid spirit of harmony which now prevails among all elements of the Republican party in Oregon and earnestly urged that it be maintained. Mr. Williams' record as an earnest supporter of the Government In the energetic conduct of the War, 1b widely known, owing to the aid he has given all war activities. We believe In all fairness that Mr. Williams' services as outlined above, entitle him to re-election. We also believe that you are entitled to know where we stand with regard to his candidacy and' for that reason, we have addressed this statement to you. Henry Waldo Coe, Progressive National Commltteman for Oregon, Thomas 13. Neuhausen, Ex-chairman of State Progressive Party, Geo. Arthur Brown, Ex-chairman of Executive Committee, Progressive Party, Stanfleld Macdonald, Pres. of Assn. of Fathers of Oregon Soldiers and Sailors, D. L. Povey, ) A. I. Moulten, : PROGRESSIVE MEMBERS OF HUGHES CAMPAIGN COM. F. H. Lewis, ) Charles W. Ackerman, Lon LV Parker, Miss Mary E. Hill, Oliver M. Hkkley, Geo. B. Andrees, Mrs. Maude M. Povey, C. P. Uodley, Miss Vivian Flexner, Mrs. Annie E. Grevllll, Mrs. .Maude L. Neuhausen, Mrs. Geo. I. Thompson. Paid Adv. tmuk ml Am risk ! f Crasst He Needs Somebody to Send Him another pouch o! Real GRAVELY Chewing Hug Undo Sam's Bcy don't ask for much in tho way of comforU but good tobacco they must have. A few cents cpcr.t for Real Gravely will hi:y more tobacco satisfaction than many lhr.ei t!vj money in ordinary plug. Civ any man a chew of Real Grevely Plu.ccd bo toll you that's the kind to tend. Send the boat I Ordinary p!ut is falsa economy. It co.-ts lr per vrc!e to chaw Real Gravely, became a ttnall cucw a ii lmtj a lcng while. If you smoke a pipe, die Gravely with your knife and add a little to your smoking tobacco. It will give flavor improve your smoke. SEND YOUB FRIEND IN THE C. S. SERVICE A POUCH OF GDAVELY Dealers all around here carry it in 10c. pouches. A 3c. tamp will put it Into his hands in any Training Camp or Sea port of the U. S. A. Even "over there" a 3c stamp will take it to him. Your dealer will supply envelope) and give you official directions how to address it. 'P. B. GRAVELY TOBACCO CO Danville, Va. Thm Patent Poach httpt it Frtih and Clean and Good it U not Real Gravely without fAi'i Protection Stat Establlahod 1831 I herewith announce myself as a Democratic canaiuate ior tne office of Sheriff of Lincoln coun ty, Oregon, subject to the will of the voters at the Primary elec tion, May 17th, 191S. (Paid Adv) W. E. Simpson. ueo. uavies or btayton is vis- Father Ilenry will officiate iting here this week with his sis- .ext Sunday. April 28th. In the ter, airs. W. T. Uall, and family. Catholic Chnrch at Toledo, at T. B. Butler of this city went 10 A- M- and preach from the to Eddyville Tuesday to attend Gospel. The new altar has come the mohair and woolgrowers' ,and wU1 probably be Installed in meeting. itime for the services Sunday. All Welcome. Noah Rigel was a passenger for Williams, Oregon Tuesday I Subscriptions to the Leader morning where he will spend received this week are: J. J. Mc some time. Donald, Yaquina, Or.; Al Martin, J. J. McDonald was up from 'edZ 0r;.: Ja' M?P"a,i; T- Yaquina last Friday. He called :do'10r-j Scarth, Portland. in and subscribed for the Lea- J0?- na- 0rS' der while in town. . IreSCV .?lanc-, ewpn' !Or.; John Waino, Siletz, Or.; J. M. Stone of Taft was a Alec Mason, Aurora, Or. county seat visitor last Satur- day. Mr. Stone reports times I Remember the dance and lively on Siletz Bay. program at Oysterville. Satur- ,,f ,,n. i v day night, April 27th. The pro W. D Wheeler of Newport bcomm'enceg at 8:30 "tree has purchased a new Ford car. jt0 a Dance t,cket flft centg W. E. Peterson delivering same Rllntlo- .,i ila COrvnri . f..H, to him Tuesday evening. j gt ,e at popular prlce8- Proceeds R. S. Van Cleve has purchased the H. Lewis stock of goods and moved same up to his place of business the first cf the week. Mrs. T. P. Fish returned from Portland Monday evening. Mrs. Fish purchased her spring stock of millinery goods while in the city. Mrs. Ina Ilaniar and children arrived down from Nortons Monday evening. .Mrs. Ilaniar will make her home here with her father, T. 11. tiildersleeve. Merchant J. II. Sugg is mov ing his stock into the ReJfleldi building thU week. County Agent Asbahr will occupy the Schenok & Wade Building, va cated by Mr. Sugg. Ted McElwain and John Pe terson went to Wren Tuesday and drove back in the formers Oakland runabout. They found the roads between here and the Valley in very bad shape. of the evening go to the Red Cross. Launch Transit will take passengers. What Does J. L. Simpson Stand For? "Your Kind of Man for Governor" Primary FRIDAY May 17, 191S For Americanism, first and foremost. For Republican principles. For patriotic support of nation's war activities. For the development ot Oregon's vast resources, and the encouragement of agriculture. For good roads. For rigid law enforcement. For nation wide prohibition and women's suffrage. For patriotic co-operation between employer and employee. For national, universal eight-hour day, excepting agriculture. For better working and living conditions for the thous ands ot workers and laborers throughout the state. For the greatest possible moral, social and economic ad vancement of all citizens of the state. For an efficient state educational system. For a clean, impartial, businesslike administration. "Policies barked by twenty years of practice." "Your kind of a man for Governor" is L. J. SIMPSON (Republican) Paid Ad. Issued by Simpson for Governor League 411 Selling BulklitiK, Portland, Oregon B. F. JONES Candidate for 'RepresentatWe Polk and Lincoln ' - . i r Tif I uuuntiea, may Romanes. I hereby declare myself a Re publican candidate for the office of County Clerk for Lincoln County, Oregon, subject to the will of the electors at the Pri mary Election to be held May 17th, 1918. K. n. Howell. (Paid Adv.) DID YOU LOOK ! ! ! MAYBE IT'S HERE? Wanted Room and board in Protestant family for young married woman ; References ex changed. (No. 110). Address The Leader, Toledo, Oregon. 7 DR. W. M. BERRY THE TOLEDO DENTIST Will be in his office in the Bank Building THURSDAY AND FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK ANNOUNCEMENTS For Sale at a bargain, must sell at once my brother's SO acres of unimproved land as he 1 hereby announce myself as has enlisted and is with the Col- a Republican candidate for the c.rs. r. iHT con illsrmim f..:-'office of Sheriff of Lincol.i For Sale A Faultless Stump ,.aKh or will cive terms Phone County, Oregon, subject to the II 1 1 . if.... i ' . 1 I . - ! I I . A . . 1 T.f 10G5 or writeCarl Tangon, uecisioii tu tne voters at uie t n- Toledo, Oregon. I,ar' Election, May n. ens. tram auv.j j. uixon. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the Republican nomination for County Treasur er, for Lincoln County, subject to the decision of the voters of said party a the Primary elec tion to be held in said County, May 17th, 1918. (Paid Adv.) Ira Wade. 4 I hereby announce myself as a Republican candidate for the office of Coroner of Lincoln county, Oregon, subject to the will of the Republican voters of said party at the primary elec tion May 17th, 1018. (Paid Adv.) Franklin M, Carter. puller only used a short time, will sell for half price or trade for Stock, Chas. Severson, On Sam Logan place. For Salo Two Cows and calves and four two-year-old steers, M Hubbard, Mouth of Drift Creek, Waldport, Oregon. Ilouskeeper wanted, to do light housework and cook for one or two. Correspondent-? solicited. Address C. F. Ander son, Siletz, Or. Found On the station plat form at Elk City Wednesday, a watch, Owner see J. F. Spooner, Toledo, Oregon. For Sale Water Front Res-! Engineer C. R. Wright was up from Newport yesterday. Mr. Wright says the work on the taurant, old established business South Jetty, Is progressing satis- weu located and doing a good factorily and that they will be business. See or write II. IL placing rocK in aDout two , Swayze, Toledo, Or. monms. Dick Abbey was down from Elk City yesterday. Mr. Abbey has Just recently sold his farm near Elk to a Mr. Lang, recently of Souflh Dakota. Mr. Abbey had a Bplendid stock farm, hav ing about 400 acres of land. Chas. II. Tierce, candidate for County Commissioner, waB a Toledo visitor the first of the week. He went over to Siletz Tuesday, also visiting the Orton section, returning Wednesday and going on to Newport In the evening. . . For Sale Four-room houae at a reasonable price; also lVi lots If Interested write P.O. Box 294, Toledo, Or. Layers are Payers I have a good laying strain of S. C. R. I. Reds: Single Birds $2.50; Trios $5.00; Eggs $1.00 per 15. C. ,H. Wakefield, Eddyville, Or. For Sale Rhode Island Red hens and cockerel, also setting hens. W. F. Early, Toledo, Or. For Sale fine registered bull calf, mostly white. See L. C. Mowery, or write for breeding. NEWPORT FLORIST Cut Flowers and Potted Plants; Funeral Designs A Secialty. Phone 2651, Box 204 Newport, Or . Constructing Engineering. Drafting, and Designing. Com plete Plants A Sneclalty A. E. Marvin. I hereby announce myself as a Republican Candidate for the office of County Commissioner, subject to the will of the elec tors at the Primary Election, May 17th, 1918. My platform Is: "Honesty and Efficiency in the management of the affairs of the County." (Paid Adv.) John Thissel. AL WAUGII I hereby declare myself a Re publican candidate for the office of County Commissioner, sub ject to the will of the electors at the Primary Election, May 17th, 1I18. Jay Dunn. (Paid Adv.) I hereby announce my candi dacy for nomination for election to the office 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. Horses Bought, Sold or Traded Saddle horses and rigs for hire Gilbert & Cwynn, Siletz, Oregon. LOGS WANTED We are in the market for saw logs, and will pay $6 per thousand for same. Hawkins Bros., Elk City, Or. I hereby announce my candi dacy for nomination for election to the office of Sheriff of Lincoln County, Oregon, subject to the will of the voters of the county at the primary nominating elec tion, Republican ticket. (Paid Adv.) J. H. H. Andersen. I hereby declare my self a Re publican candidate for office of County Commissioner, subject to the will of the people at tho Primary Election, May 17, 1918. (Paid Adv.) C. H. Pierce. Dealer In Cigars Tobacco and Butter Kist Pop Corn I TOLEDO, OREGON M !! ( MUM :: Expert Watch : Repairing When others fail you ', We Guarantee Satisfaction t A trial will convince. Price vcrv reasonuble. f Over 40 Years' Experience as practical watenmaker . All Work Guaranteed. HANS E. PETERSON I Born Tailoring and Wartime Economy It's poor economy to buy "clicaj) clothes because "cheap" clothes are cheap in quality. And it is extrava gant to pay high prices for clothes of good quality, when Horn - tailored Clothes ofter tho lust of materials and workmanship at sen sibly moderate prices. (Reidnt Born Dtaltr) R. A. ARNOLD NOTICE OF SALE Of Real Property At Private Sale By Administratrix NOTICE IS HKIIKHY OIVEV THAT PUHSUANT to an order ill the County Court of the State of Ore gon, Marlon County, made and en tered on the 15th day of April, 1918, in the matter of the entate of Arthur C, Boescheti, deceased. The uiiduralKUod, administratrix of Raid entate, will Hell at private anle on and after May 20, 1918, all the follow ing dtiHcrlbed real proper!', tow It: Lots four (4) five (D) six (C) and even (7) In nectlon alx (6) township ten (10) bouUi ot ratine ten (10) west In Lincoln county, Oregon: terms of Raid sale to be rash, certified check ror 10 per cent or the amount offered to accompany each bid. Address all bids to tho undersized at the ofTlce ot her attorney, 125 Urand Avenue, North, l'ortlund, Oregon. Mary U Boeschen, Administratrix. 4 Klrst publication April 19, 1918. Lust publication Muy 17, 1913.