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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOlEDC, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9th 1918 41 mill Mt H 1 1 1 HI HOT POINT ELECTRIC APPLIANCES FISHINC TACKLE & SPORTING GOODS PERFECTION OIL STOVES UNIVERSAL STOVES RANGES AND BUILDERS HARDWARE GIVE US A CALL PETERSON HARDWARE CO. Z-t .... .XA.XAll.i,,r,M,X.MMAJrf.AA,tll .l,t,lAAi,Af I SPECIAL LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER F. N. HAYDEN, Publisher OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER RnterPd at Toledo. OreKim postofflce. Established Twenty-Five Years Ago. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES ntib Year. In advance 1.6o Alx Months, In udvanoi 7R Three Months. In ndvr.poo ... B(l well along. Eli Gaither ir-.d L. M. Starr are his assistanta. INOCULATE IF SEPTI CEMIA APPEARS (By the County Agent) Easier to Prevs.it than Cure. Simi lar to Blackleg for one Week only Special discount on all mens drass straw hats, also a complete line of gents furnishings and army goods. Buy at home where you can see what you are getting and at reasonable prices. Full line of ladies shoes, dress goods and no tions, more arriving daily. YOURS TO PLEASE W. P. ricGEE I ANDREWS BUILDING TOLEDO, OREGON Careful diagnosis of the cuubo of the recent death of two cows on the farm of G. S. Hackott develops the fact that this much dreaded disease septicemia Is appearing in Lincoln County this year. "A went letter froi A. Martinson of Tidewater tells of anoiner outuroui: 01 disease anioiiK J. M. Bowers of Pool Slough was a juror here this week. Ned Clark was up from South Boach the i'irst of the week. T. T TImv15h th drupjrlfit, is a Fortland visitor this week. Miss Verne Ross was a Port- i i . t f i il i i j , rt : lauu visRur uie uuier pan OI his young stock, the symptoms of .last week. .which lead the County Agent to be- Jack Bellany had a finger Ileve il is without doubt septicemia, smashed while working at the stat9 Vcterinnnian Lyie visiter! To- X quarry last Friday. As a result led0 indRy and vaccinated Mr. Hack I he is taking a layoff for a few ett'8 hera- County Agent Qooter days. ocurea a supply or the vacclno and iw- on,i m. m vr r Ieft Satday for Tidewater to treat Ull , U1IU 1U1 S3 A?X, 1 of Chitwood were 1 1 it I t . . The Farmers Friend IAa w.;it 4q1a wrtiir- track flrrrc fruit find VGCre- Evw win iuro j wmi vmi vgwi - --o ' tables and will pay the highest market price. 1 ' , Wo can save you money, on canned milk, "'""VJhavfog bought when the price was at the lowest '' aTVtt at 3 gom.o; to give our customers the benefit of the low price. i ! 2 M. in Wagnar V, , -.1.. tuo vuy ,,.i, ,ii,i.. u , . .. . i Tu1!Sayfct0,b,d J- n u" 1 0Dd.bZ' 1'-Jpartlng that morn- I Treatment after th. ..m., ing ior American LaKe, wasn., itakm .lrlc .. ... , ... , to join the cjlora. i " "ek '" "b,,utey u'8. " far at we know at present, to a pre Subscriptions to tjie Leader jventatlve vaccine for well animal It received this week ari'I F. L. jthe only remedy to be relied upon. Buker, Waldport, Ore.; J. N. ) County Agent Cooter particularly Taylor, Denzer, Ore.; Harry E. urges every farmer to familiarize h.lm mite, Salem, Ore.; C. R. Mc- .eM with the symptoms of the dt- Clellan, Alsea, Ore.; Charles nd report the first suspicious caw, f at once to State Vorerinarian Lyle, a local Veterinarian or to the County Agents omce. The White Corner Store The Big Store with the Lowest Prices. ' The home of Seal Brand Coffee, known every state. Always good. , One price to all. in .Schmitt, Orton, Ore.; Oliver Johnson, Chitwood, Ore.; R. C, Remros, Nortons, Ore.; A. W, ;;jWeber, Ona, Ore.; Frank Cut-1 Mr- Martinson reports his calves as . j .(Rainier, Ore.; Claire Trenholm, eoiag off feed, bleeding from ears I! Alsea, OlV..; Guy Butterfleld, ;Ke and eyes, the calves dying at Camp Merrett, N. J.; Lumen intervals of 2 to 6 days from h,a r iButterfield, A. E. F. France; R. time of first symptons. He also re IA. Abbey, Elk City, Ore.; Chas. that one of his neighbors lost Utcniieia, Portland, Ore. " or Ms calves from the disease last n .year. ELEVEN YEARS AGO LdS 1 5 b 'T'T" Sheriff Ross and Ted McEl- C J ,1 8. b.y h! Vet- ,Wflln burl hncll.JC. In VWnrti. . " "mlcu UM8 JJe R. S. VAN CLEVE PHONE 9005 - TOLEDO, OREGON tM 4 .Ht 11 Water Front Meat Market J. L. Demitt, Prop. III II Freth A, Cured Meats, Vegetole, Pure Lard &. Compound; Lunch Goodt & Meat Condlmentt. We Buy Veal, Beef, Poultry, Pork & Mutton; Hldet 4 Peltt Flth, Oyttera & Clamt In 8eaton WATER FRONT, TOLEDO, OREGON had business in Newnort I. . u,lcu lDlv !last nieht r I .T ;uiiure. -inree forms I Jolvf Ouincv dams of Chit- . 86480 Bra roco bas-d jon.i yuincy Adams or unit- upon the dlstrlbution ( tl , . wood had business in the city tMe BUD6rfl,n, lesions vPRtPrHiv superficial, or cutaneous, the pc- yesteraay. tora. thonLni , . . Mr. and Mrs. J. Enri?ht of form mte81inai Salem are visiting the tatter's J." "er, 8 a, """" accom- brothcr, P. M. Sta: ton. To " ?, m"y be . Allen Hugh:s of Astoria ar; S r L, ' th6 8ymp- rived Wednesday evein3 for a I n at "! f, t0 ' "6 Vl'enc6 of visit with relatives. CtTl u,th t''1el,pa:t,cular "rm ,, , i . or acseas with which the animal Is Mrs. Mae Kearns arrived last 'ffectpd. Jn .... .,, Bn'ma 18 Friday evening for a visit with fo' fh. " ' " " ii".-.. i ... eous form' tl,e Presence of a swollen I Mrs. C. II. Gardner, her niec Z' xtlTvS " Miss Maude Powell of Seattle. TJZ JlT? , " 'l88' 8'Ve9 1 in i-. t i. a c'ew to the trouble. An entirn iilSh 'SlaH "and Mai Horning went to Otter Rock for On Wednesdays we deliver down tho river and Thursday we deliver as far as Crtcn. Phone or mail your orders to the TOLEDO CASH GROCERY JT. HE. SUGG, Fojp. CHILDREN LOVE CANDY but their parents should see to it that they get none but the purest and most whole some. Any other kind Is to be shuned. Good Candy Is an aid to the health as well as to the happiness of children. We . guarantee our Candy to be pure In ingredients, in make and in handling. And yet our prices are admittedly moderate. Dealers in Cigart, Tobaceot, Stationery Supplies, Candlet, Nutt, Soft Drlnke, Ice Cream, Fruit, le. Try our Rett Room McFARLAND & 80N, Toledo, Oregon IHOCOLATES ii i ii 1 1 u n 1 1 1 h 1 1 DR. W. M. BERRY THE TOLEDO DENTIST Will be in his office in the Bank Building THURSDAY AND FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK L, INCOLN BOUNTY DANK I (INCORPORATED) TOLEDO, - OREGON DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DIRECTORS 0. E. HAWKINS WM. 8CARTH J. 13. 1JOOTH Interest en Time Deposit cows there Is a diminution of the milk pecretlon. The temperature may ba only slightly elevated, but It Is usually .very high. Salivation Is set up by the inflamatlon of the mouth and pharynx. Tin ail1Ollffl)1 nfrnki. A . . mornin- for a hunting and fish- lirrr; " "L 3 "na i- ... .. . ,wallowing are made. There may be an outing. Postmaster R. A. Arnold, Geo McCluskey Ed Stanton and Ro bert Mann departed Wednesday ? MM ht- ing expedition In the Tenmilo country. Will 0. Hawkins of Portland arrived the latter part of last weak for a visit with his brother Attorney C. E. Hawkins. The gentlemen went to ths Drift Creek county, below the Busch settlement, Tuesday after trout. They returned yesterday with a big catch. Aliss Esther Copelaud went to Corvallis y-esterday for a brief visit. Buy W. 8. 6 TWENTY-ONE YEARS AGO Mr. A. B. Clark wa in Tolvu. Mrs. B. Galthsr veiled in this city for a few Jays this week. difficulty Id breathing, depending on the amount of Involvement of the lar ynx, trachea, bronchi, or lungs. There may be blood Btalned discharges from he nostrils, and the mucous membrane hereof wUl often show punrtlform hemorrhages. The pulmonary form shows the same symptoms at eroupou (pneumonia, with a frequent suffocative cough and oppressed breathing, or dys pnea. When the Intestines are involv ed the patient strains to defecate, and passes shreds of Intestinal mucous along with blood-stained feces. The urine may also be tinged with blood. Finally severe diarrhoea takes place the animal becomes correspondingly weak, and death occurs In 24 to 38 1 . j Mm 1 1 COMPLETE LINE OF LADIES' AND CENTS' FURNISHINGS WE GUARANTEE STRICTLY ALL WOOL MADE TO ORDER SUITS Va WE ARE AGENTS FOR M. BORN, SCOTCH WOOLEN MILLS, AND ED WARD E. STRAUSS A COMPANY Made to measure Clothing. Come In and let us take your Measure for . that New 8ult R. A. ARNOLD, TOLEDO, OREGON L. Wauch is grading the glte !nour8- Case may dI 1" short a for a large and I'miuiMnlioiiH ffienoa as six to eight hours, whilo in barn on his property on Second I Street. tho pectoral form of the disease the animal may linger six to eight days. Sln'iiff Lui.dis has ban on the fe liaV8 been reported which bo- s ck list lor a irw days cm w- I; bu; id now abls to a3:ii:i bo around. i lie government has sent n I new Doctor to the Siletz and Or. Darnell, who has been tenipr.r- arlly filling the position for sev- j'eray weeks, has returned to thij ' ' '' place. ; Chas. Tillotson has moved his : logging camp from Pool's slouch T, having taken all the available t marketable logs from tho land came chronic and In which death did not take place 'or a month or more. Jn some of the cases running an acute course, symptons of toxelma are pre sent; thera Is a lack of sensation of Jthe skin, staggering gait, trembling, eyes fixed, neck at times bent to one side, and tho eyea showing a wild ex pression. At times the animal ap pear as If in pain and look around at the flanks. In the pectoral form they may stand with tho forelegs wide apart In evident effort to breath more fe-eely SHERIFF'S SALE In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Lincoln Karen Anderson, Plaintiff, vs. Stella Falcon, Defendant. By vlrture of and order of sale Issued out of the .aDove entitled Court in the above en titled action to me directed and daic-d the 24th. dav nf .Inlv A n lots i. (favor of Karen Anderson, 'Plaintiff and lagalnst the above named Defendant If.... tl.n . . ...... . . .u. mui ui ioj.vu wun iniorest thereon at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from the 15th day of July A. D. iio ana a runner sura of 1150.00 at torney's ffiPH and costs of this writ commanding me 10 sen me following described real pro perty situate in Lincoln County. Oreg on as follows, tn.wle.wu. nf uru. r iSW4 of SW14 section 6 and begln- ing at the SE corner of suction 8. run thence want in tvn ander lln nf th nnut Hani Depot Slouh, thence northerly al um? easi Danic or said Slough to division line between the NH of the SE4 and the SH oX tlie SE of sec tion 6, thence east to the NE corner of the 8E54 of SE14, thence south to uie piace oi oegining, containing 67 acres. In township 11 south of range 10 west of the Willamotte Ms.ridan, Lincoln County, Oregon. NOW. THRRRIcYIRK! In Mmnlkn.. with the demands of said execution aecree ana oraer or sale 1 will on Sat urday the 24th day of August A. D 1918 at 1 nVWlr P M . ih. r,.; door of the County Court House, in me uy or loieuo, Lincoln County, Orpeon. rpII In th lilplioot lii.iHo,. r.. Cash, all the rlelll 4 It In nnrl L.tni-o... of the above named Defendant in the above named action, In the above de scribed property to satisfy said execut ion decree and ordor of nal, interest, costs and accruing costs. Bert Geer, Sheriff nf T.lncnln fount nui.nn Date of first publication July 26, IMS. Liuie oi last puDiicatlon Aug, 23, 1918. I cn which his camp was located. Sometimes there Is a champing of the The Toledo null will have to get Jw "! very free flow of glairy Its supply of logs from the tim- saliva droppln? from the. mouth, it. .i. I ,.... .. . . . . .... MHHlttHUt 1,11 l"p u ' VJl ''i'gn Here- "le prognosis is aeciaediy unenvor- STOP I AT AL'S CASH GROCERY AND LOOK OVER THAT FAMOUS DIAMOND W LINE OF STAPLE AND rANCY CROCERIES OR PHONE YOUR WANTS AS THE DELIVERY . ... v. ;after. Tho-e is a large body of I goid timber on tho head of De pot, but it will take some little able and 80 to 90 per cent of the cases result fatally. Treatment Treatment after the VXpense to get at it. A road animal has taken sick is absolutely i will have to bi made to tho tint-iUhi'Ics as far as we know at the her. mi.l a roupl:! of dams wl'l present time, so a preventative vac have to bo put In on the head of !'" f'r tho well animals Is the only P'.tr.t Kl riirh. : method to bo j-elled upon." P.n-i ret '.Tird from S?a- T'o Sta'- Vi'terlnarlnn, lr. W. It. ';m bM :i(!i-1iy where lie has Lytic, huti Ltcn tryiiK to keep tms lic.'ll for WVrraUwecUs. plnyiu? dliiea.se In check and has vucclnated ball With th? Sal'Mll club i I the ev.rul hcr.K Whre ;.u uppear capacity of pitcher. It In brut to notify the Stnte Veterin- ! County AHHr.SSOr Llltz is at arlau und If ho umtmt sivo It his lm work frrrHn? nut the 1R97 as- inedlato attention call a locat vtnrrlri- 8UMMONS In the Circuit Court of the Stats of Oreqon. for the County of Lincoln. J. R. Barclay, Plaintiff vs. JesNle My as, Frank Myas, and "also all other persons or parties un known claiming any right, title, estate lien or interest In the real estate de scribed in the complaint, herein," Defendants. To Jessie Myas, Frank Myas and "also all other persons or parties un known claiming any right, title, estate, linn or Interest In the real estate de scribed In the complaint, herein," Defendants. In the name of the State ef Oregon: You and rach of you are hereby sum moned and required to appear and ans wer the complulnt filed herein in tho above entitled suit and court on or be fore the 9th day of August, litis, tho mild dnto being the last day of the time prescribed In tho order herein for publication of summons, and each ,of you nro hereby notified that if you fall to so nppi'iir mid nnswer said com plaint as herein required, for went I heri'tif, plnltitin will apply to the abova intlt'eil Court f"' llio relic" pruyc'l Ifor In his complulnt, to-wlt: I That defendants nnd each of th''Ui be required to set ft-r: 'i the ch.ir jfirtor of their Halms, I' unv thpv lev and tliut all adverse rlulnis of di feinl- nnt bo determined by a dcirco of V.m court; That by such decree, It bo deter i'ii1. -i-.-o ntid rrilr-rit t.-t the reul property described In the com plaint, and of he whole and every part thereof, and that said defendants, nor any of them, have any rlKht, title estate, lien or Interest in or to said - Kjiti ij ur buj pan inereor: to wlt : Lots numbered Five (5) and Six (6) nf Rn.tlfiM 'I'M-.,, ,.-. , ' ship Thirteen (13) South Range Ten uni uwi nf ih. u-iii- .... ...... .. . ... ii.umciio .Ticriaian, In Lincoln County, State of Oregon Containing Seventy and twenty one hundredths acres (70.21). 3 That defendants and each of them be forever, enjoined and re- at r-o In ml . i . . . uum nmcrani! any claim, in terest, lien, or estate whatsoever In or In CD ill .. . . ... K'v..,, ur ny pan inereor ft n Vuran (a nlalntlir .. i . v yiaiuuii ur ins predecessors In title; 4-iTlint ntiilnKfF u ... - - iihio Bucn oiner and further and seperate relief as Is c.,u,j,uie uy uns coun in the premises. Th ia MlimmnnM l M " --.-....who in nerveu upon yOtt and each of yeu.by publication thereof R. R. Miller, County Judge of Lincoln County, State of Oregon made and en- 1818, directing publication of this Sum mons once a week for six consecutive and successive weeks, la the Lin coln County Leader, a newspap-r of general circulation and printed and published weekly in Toledo, Lincoln County, State of Ore gon, said order requiring you to appear and answer herein on or before the 9th day of August, 1918 said dato being the last day named In said order for you to appear herein. Geo. W. Denman, Attorney for Plaintiff. First publication June 28, is. Last publication August 9, 1S18. JOTICE OF ADMINISTRATRIX KM ? In the County Court of t!ie State of """"i ,or tounty of Marlon. In t ie ninttni nf ii.a ...... . . . .. C. Hocschrn. DccphupiI NtHUe Is liproliv i.-. i. , ."m imrsuant to an crdor of the County Court ot OreKon. fur Cnnm. .:." . i . umriun, ouiy made and entered In the abovo entlt- ---'"" Mi-minnea auminlstratrlx of said estate, will, from and after Sat urday. the 27th nf i..i.. . l ... ...,,,,1 uinaor, sunject to the conflrmat nn nf u .. a'?.'!,1' t'tle. Intertt siid estate of'sa'ld , 71, , 7' ueceased, in nnd to the following described real proper ty, s tuato In !.in,.ni .....po.r ofOregon. Th Twest ha If n 'Y,' ? half, (also described as Lots 4. 6 6 71 foenst.6wTTB,'lp 10 B,,ul"' Ra'n Bitlfl aurnrnnnnlul . ... - check of 10 ,; ,t';f Uieunt 2mm i. S re''e'V"" nt n,y r"s'l'n'o 282 North Bummer Street, Kulem, Ore- Mary L. Boe.chen, John C. Shlllock, Atum'ror i.uiiim.u.uru, rortliiiid, Oregon. ' i iMiiirauon, .lumi 2Xth J 1 o UlBt MllllUllllliI,, .July ,;lni jlg ' -0- "AFRICAN" COLF Rim (will. now.ip,,per-i see tlin. tho commnnder of a nt s-r,, r,.i,.,... at th0 fruit writ,.,, u,.lt "Arri,.i;n p,f ,iias been Intrnilitmr ov- lM,r,; ,.., ,., trench soldiers llku It." wi.f. a,., con golf?