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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7th, 1919 . ft I MWWHWIMMMIHHMMMH The New , NYAL CALENDARS Are Here CALL FOR YOURS AT TOLEDO DRUG COMPANY T. P. HAWKINS, Proprietor go!" J L. R. BATEMAN E. R. BATEMAN BATEMAN & BATEMAN COMPLETE HOME FURNISHER UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES We Buy, Sell and Exchange New and Second Hand Furniture i in up Do you trade at Fi-cdci-icK's QUALITY Store "Where Groceries are Sold Right" P. FREDERICK HH MIIIIIIHIl t wrwrr-rTTT " Al Taylor was OTer from the Siletz Wednesduy. Arthur Densell was over from Si letz Saturday. S. J. Golu of Siletz was a Toledo visitor Saturday. Well the Ground Hog saw his shadow alright Frank Pnrker was over from the Agency Wednesday. Jos." Streltmatter was1 down from Nortons Wednesday. Did you see the new line of jewelry at H. E. Peterson's? Sergt. P. A. Ball arrived down from Portland Tuesday evening. Chauncey Ohmart of Ona was the city several days this week. Judge Chas. H. Gardner was from the Resort City Monday. R. E. Collins came over from Lob anon Saturday, returning Sunday. John Hammond is back frjm over seas and is expected home soon. Miss Verne Ross went to the Val ley Tuesday, return In? Wednosday. Mrs. J. M. Ewlng of Elk City waa a Toledo visitor Saturday evening. Newt. Guilllams of Beaver Creek was In the city Sunday and Monday. A. II. Phrlro of Ona v.-ns la the City Tuesday n.vl Werlnendny of thia week. Miss Mar?! mil returned homo Mondny evenih;; from u .visit at Port- ' land. ; Mr. and Mrs. CIius. Alln of Elk Oily were lounty seat visitors yes teraay. Word was received last Frlu&v of Newt Center's Bafe arrval bark from overseas. Merchant V. S. Hall of Siletz ie turned Monday evenlns from a trip to Portland. H. E. Cain, representing the t'or- I vallls Creamery Co., was in the city yeaterday. I Mrs. David Balrd returned last even- , I " ncca, v mi I UL : roruuna. j County C Mmhnloner W F Witke field was d,vn from Kddyvllie Tues- dny evening. Q. L. Perkins the shoe repairer wa3 ,a passenKr for Portland Sunaay, re turning Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Payne of New- i Prt were Toledo vlsltois Wednesday Yaquina Bay Ry & Lbr. Co. I Electric Light and rower tttWtl A Complete Assortment of J Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, J nd. Silverware. TOLEDO JEWELRY CO., X H. C. PETERSON, 2 Mansger and Watchmaksr f ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE I By virtue tf an order of the County I Court of tlio State of Oregon, for Wasco County, 1 will sell, ai pnvmu sale, to the hlRhcrt bidder, Oie follow InK described property belonging to the estate of K. II. Wakefield, de ceased: t-ot 2, Block 1. Brasflelds Flint Addition to Yaiulna Heights, Lincoln County. Oregon; an undivided ono liulf Interest- In tlie West half of Lot 1 In Block loitered "A" In Olssen Flrnt Addition to Newport, in Lincoln County, On son The terms of sale will be one-half caali, and one-half on or before five years, with Intercut at six per cent, secured by mortira'ge on the property, and from and after the first day of March, 1919, the administrator will proceed to sell aald real estate at pri vate bilo, and sealed bids therefor will be received addresned to the ad ministrator in care of W. H. Wilson, The Dalles, Oregon. J. L. Kelley Admlnlirtrator. I ALWAUGH Dealer la Cigars Tobacco and Butter Klst Fop Corn TOLEDO, OREGON Mh H. D. BURGESS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 7oledo, Oregon Office In Andrews Building. Offlc tours: 10 to II a. m.; I to 4 slA 7 to I (V u Emergent 7 cs'.ls toy tine. SUMMONS In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Lincoln County. F.Utel I.-hniierr, Plaintiff, vs. Harry Ihnhorr, Defendant. To Harry Lehnherr, the above named defendant. In The Name Of The State Of Oregon: You are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you in the above entitled euit on tor before the 14th day of March, 119, that being the last day for the ap pearance and answer by you by the order of the Hon. R. R. Miller, County Judge of Lincoln County, Oregon, for the pulillratlun of this summons, and If you fall to appear or answer plain tiff will apply to the Court for the re lief prayed for In the complaint here in, towlt: For a decree of thia Court dissolv ing the bonds of matrimony and mar rlan contract now exlatlng between plaintiff and defendant. This summons la published In the Lincoln County Leader by an order of the Hon. R. lit Miller, County Judge of Lincoln County, Oregon, which order was made and entered of record on the 25th day of January, 1919. Die first publication to be made the 31 vt day of January, 1919, and the tart publlcat'on to be made on the 14th day of March, 1919, and the de fendant being required to answer on or bofore the 14th day of March, 1919. nailing A WiUrbury, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Post office address, Toludo, Oregon. J. O. Storey of th Fl Lumber Co. w;a a passenger for Port land yesterday. H. Woods was up frota the Beaver tr Creek section Tue3day and Wednes-1 day or tliis week. Mrs. S. Center and niece, Mrs Ed- I waras. aepurted Tuesday for the hit ter's home in Portland. I Large assortment of clocks, watches, , bracelets, car rings, wadding rluss, jetc, etc., at H. E. Peterson's A. C. Crawford was ove from the Lower Sllelx Tuesday, going to the Valley on the afternoon tralu Peter Tangen arrived home Tues day evening, having Just reoelvod his discharge at Fort Vancouver. County Surveyor Ord Castle was over from Sllets Monday, going up to Pioneer on the noon train. Legrande Dickson Is here for a visit with hia parents. He was Just re cently mustered out at Camp Lewis. County Agent Cooler returned Sun day from Carvallls, Mrs. Cooler re maining over for a several days' visit. Bookkeeper Burton, of the FUclier Storey Lbr. Co, and wife v. ere pas sengers for Portland Wednesday noon. Miss Mollle Ross went to Bend, yesterday, being callet them by tne Illness of her alster ln-law, Mr. Jack Ross. Floyd Butlor arrived 'home from Vancouver Saturday evening, having Just received his discbarge from the army. Mrs. Jim Hodges and children came down from Elk City Saturday evening for a visit with her fathor. Prank Frary. f Hobart Dixon waa home for a short visit with hia parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Dickson, on Olalla, the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Salvage arrived down from Seattle. Wash., Saturday evening for vlilt with friends and relatives here. VALUES 5pcak for themselves To Busy Selling Shoes To Get out a New Ad This Week BUT WISH TO THANK THE PEOPl E AND WISH TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE THEIR PATRONAGE DURING THIS SALE SLAUGHTERED PRICES ON THESE SHORT LINES LISTED BELOW WILL REMAIN THE SAME TILL ALL ARE SOLD If You Need Shoes Now or Expect to soon, You can Save as High as $3.00 a Pair by Taking Advantage of these Below Market Prices, Which are Really no more than it would Cost to Have Your Old Shoes (Repaired. Remember we carry a FIRST CLASS Lino of Gents Furnishings at Lowest Prices for CASH. WE GUARANTEE THESE SHOECTO GIVE SATISFACTION MEM'S SHOES Reg. Gun Metal, English, IVkoiln solo $5.50 Gun Meiai, Bluchor, Nooiin sole &.G0 Gun Metal, Button, 5.00 Tan & Black work shoo3 5.50 Sale 3.93 3.95 LADIES SHOES BOYS SHOES Re?. :.95 Lot 1, Gun Metal Button and Lace $3.75 $: YOUTHS SHOES Reg. Sale Lot 2, Gun MeLal Button & Lace $3.35 $2.45 Lace, French Hoal, Black Kid, Button, French Heel Black Kid, Button, Low Heel Gun Metal, Button, Low Heal P?'. Leather, Lace, Mil. Heel Pat. Leather, Button, Mil. Heel MISSE'S SHOES Reg Lot 3, Gvn Metal and Kid Button $3.35 CHILDSEN3 SHOES Lot 4, Gun Metal and Kid Button $1.35 & $1.95 Reg. $5.00 r.53 4.S0 COO 5.50 Sale 2.95 255 2.93 2.S5 2.95 Sale $2.85 JUST ARRIVED i Men's Brown Calf and Mahogany Eng., Shoes ALSO Bergman Logging Shoes in 13 and 15 inch tops S. E. NEWKIRK. M'g'r. IKllllrDTMjaf 92C5fff f 0f4f III37IIIIIIEIS ML 'II M P Jl' " 111' MEM I Bil E TALK about smokes, Prince Albert is geared to a ioyhandout standAiri that just lavishes smokehappiness on every man game enough to make a bee line for a tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe old or new! Get it straight that what you've hankered for in pipe or cigarette makin's smokes youll find aplenty in P. A. That's because P. A. has the qualify-1 You can't any more make Prince Albert bite your tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse drink when he's off the water! Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented process! You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than vou care to remember back 1 ' B.J. arMMaTtMMC. Ap Print Alturt wrywhtrt foooee U aaU Ti I... -f nm WHf, prmctieol pom ,ry,tl gU, hmmiAi o i n ii. i .... ixvjnoiat lODtcco to., Winiton-Stlem, N. C TO TIuADE A fine surrevl IMON'FY imn TTirnniTr!TmTT?n nhruio to. i land Red E3lU 'or setting, $1.50 wlth top, for a good work horse, real estate gecuritv Edw t-cr setUiigi of 15, from a good O. J. McCauley, Elk City, Or. Clark, Toledo. Or good J. laying strain. Everett Miller, Toledo, Or., or Phone 1026. i NOTIOE Corvalllg Creamery Company are paying 50c per pound for nutter Kat. And charges for full cans. Highest WANTED A singer canary bird. Miss. Nellie. Bradburv. Newport, Oregon. STRAYED Two hoifcrs, com ing 3, both havo left ear split Market prices Guranteed at all Phone 1803, or write weyde limes, snip us your cream. FOR ROYAL TYPEWRITERS Write to Graham & WcIIb, Cor- vani8, urcgon. Agents for Lin coln County. C. C. Co., CorvalllB, Or. 160 ACRES Lincoln county, DOTtlv improved, ntock nr rfnlrv I 0 - - J , - timDcr, bat partly improved; $15 FOR SALE IS Shoats, welghn 45 to 70 Hs each. Any one want ing same leave word at Freder ick's Store. Or will trade lor good milk cow. C. F. Mock, Toledo, Oregon. FOIt SALE 1C0 acres of un improved land, three miles from Toledo, on Depoe slough, suit able for stock ranch. Address, O. A. Landroth, Newport, Or. WANTED Good second hand telephone. State condition and price. John tJradbury, NYwiwrt, Oregon. VXxSrl lit acVe b'33 Vamh U kTJi'UM1 $3 1- Portland, Oregon. " I GOOD HUY Five acres 1 mild from Toledo In Olalla val ley. Three acres In cultivation; good house, fine water, family orchard bearing; new barn and chicken house. Price reasona ble. Address J. 0. Young, Tole do, Oregon.