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'V LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. TOLEDO, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 18th, .1919 1 NT ; BRAND FLOUR ; ! -s l A ECONOMY and EFFICIENCY are points in favor of r i - - Fishers Blend Flour 1 By using FISHER'S BLEND, in preference to ordinary flour, the Day Lumber Company at Big Lake, Wash., effected a very substantial saving. More and larger loaves of better bread were ob tained. "AND WE HAD NO WASTE" writes the Lumber Company's Baker, "ALL THE BREAD ,1 MADE WAS EATEN BY THE MEN." , More loaves and no waste Real Economy If reasonable care is exercised in the baking, housewives will find FISHER'S BLEND the most economical flour that it is possible to buy. Manufactured in "America's .Finest Flouring Mills" by Fisher Flouring Mills Company Seattle Tacoma iimm4iiMMiiiiiiiniiiiiiinimiinnnH When you're hot and thirsty say J?0 1 Mires i ROOT IZJ HUES 12 CxJ tytrT ' At any place whore (oft beverages are old. jjj&Kjj Bottltd io 3 sizes jNil IJO THE HENRY WEINHARD PLANT cA EfY Bottltrt and Distributors. PORTLAND. OREGON NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the County Court of the State of Oregon for Lincoln County In tJio Mutter of tlie Estate of Caro lina L. iJ. McGee, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Anna M. Cony ere iha been duly appointed ydimlmiiistratrlx of tlie estate of Caro line L. P. MWJee, deceased, by tin Counltiy Court of Lincoln County, State tit rvrAPT.ni nmiil !ha duly Quuilifled for nnrtiV itmidt All neraoms 'having claims fegamsit eald estate are hereby requir ed to present tho sarnie duly verinwu, with proper vouchers to said adminis tratrix at Olatkuinle, Oregon, or to W. A. Harris., juttxjmw. St).. 'Helen, Ore- gomi, wiuliln six moatha irom the uaie Df Hhte motlce. Dated July ISth, 1919. Anna M. Conyere, AdmtototraHrix of .the Estate of Caro line L. P. MIoGee Deceasea W. A. Harris, Atty. for Administratrix, St. Helens, Oregon, If the reader wante to settle in a wide-awake community, all he has to do Is to took at tlie local newspapers. A wideawake, well-supported home newspaper Is alwaiys associated with good sdioola, oliurclies, active bus ' iaess aud Anitollesent people. It never falls. No, business man or pioneer in ny coiaiuunt'-y makes any better I"' i lJ i Bellingham ML Vernon vestment than In the support of a home newspaper. . o NOTICE TO PRESENT CLAIMS In the County Court or tne siaie oi Oregon, for Lincoln County to the matter of h Eatate of Wim. Smith, Deceased. Notice to hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed adminis trator of the etiate,oi wm. amun, uw ceased, by the above entitled Court, and ihaa qualified as suoli. All persons having ctaliroB aigatnist said estate are vrov.v nirttitfleid to mresent the same dUty Verined'euitt with -proper vouch ws to me ait Kiieti, vregon, .wiumu jnonitihfl from the date of first pubilcaK tiion of till is notice. ' Dated and hrt pub., July lstih, 1919. John Albert, Adrntalstrator. METHODIST CHURCH Services Each Sunday at 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. Sunday School at 10 A. M. Eoworth Leajnio Each Sunaay .' . at 7 P. M. Ladies Aid Society Meets Each Weak at 2 o'clock P. M. A Cordial Invitation Extended "to Aii C. R. Ellsworth, Res. Pastor. W. E. Llmgenfcrter went to Portland Monday. ;, . Frank Nye arrived over from Philo math Friday evening. , 'H. F." Allon, and :a were passen gers 'up the lino Monday. Gust Olscn retcrned Monday evening from ' a trip to The Dalles. Mrs. W. E. Simpson was fin East bound passenger this noon. Mlsaa Mary Steele returned Friday evening from a visit et Portland. W. H. Burton returned Sunday after- Rnoon from a trip to the metropolis. A. T. Peterson returned Tuesday ovening from a busiiiOM trip to Port land.. Miss Helgai Larson has accepted a position In H. E. Peterson's Jewelry store. , ' Last Sunday was the hottcstday of tli a selaison, tlie mercury climbing to 64. Arvol I-Ianaon and Philip Rcdfleld drove out to Portland Tuesday to the former's car. Messrs. Strlbbllng and Beaton re turned the first of the week from a trip to the city. Mts. S. E. Coffin . returned Friday evening from a visit with her daughter in Eastern Oregon. Miss Sohlelds of. Portland arrived Saturday evening for a visit at the C. E. Hawkins home. Mrs. Vm. Scarth arrived over from Pc.'.Xxil Wednesday evening for a vi-slt with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sidey. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bensell . were over from the Agency Wednesday, Mrs. Bensell dapartiog on the noon i trMn. Rev. F. O. Jones of California passed thru to Newport Wednesday evening, tut which place he was formerly sta tioned. t Mrs. George A. Hall of Bellfountaln arrived last evening for to visit wltli her diaiughter, Mrs. A. T. Peterscv, and family. Hundreds of autos are passing thru to Newport these days. It is nice end cool here, while in ithe Interior it is pretty warm. , John Bradbury was m the city Sat urday cm bus'aesa. Mir. Braidbury m in the wood business, delivering his product at Newport. Mrs. Elierni Bateman and little son, Robert, ' returned Tuesday evening .from ani extended visit with her par ents at Black River' Falls, Wis. James W. Peek of Benton county and Miss Lillian Trask of rtihia county were married in, this city Tuesday, tlie Rev. C. R. Ellswortli officiating. Ca.pt. Nesbitt, who has been station ed at Newport for some time, departed Wednesday for Washington, D. C, where lie will enter the new Air Ser vice. Mrs. R. O. Duncan, of Orville, Calif., was visiting friends here the first of the week. She returned Wednesday, shipping their hosehold goods to that city. ' Mm S. J. Ryeroon of Elk City was a Toledo visitor yesterday. Mrs. Ryer son placed an order for some sale bills for a sale to be held at her ranch Aug1 ust U. City Recorder D. T. Harding of New poet was to the .city Friday evening Bind met his wife who arrived on the evening train. They went from here to Newport by auto. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Myers of Port land, accompanied by Mr. Myer'sr par ents, wheso heme ia in Chicago, visit ed here the first of the week with Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Schenck. They went to 6na yesterday where they will visit with Mr. and Mrs. Coovert. Leader subscriptions received this week are: John Bradbury, Newport, Or.; M. Ryan, Nashville, Or.; Jacob sen Jensen Co., Portland, Or.; Guy Roberta, Toledo, Or.; C. W. Wilcox, Toledo, Or.; W. A. Jones, Blodgett, Or.; Mrs. a. f oraen, traywa.ra, iuiii.; i Mira. Irene Hodses, Baker, Or. Hon. B. F. Jones returned Wednes day evening from Washington, D. C, whore he lias been In the Interest of tho Roosevelt Highway. Mr. Jones says that everything has been done that can be done, and that tho matter how rests with the Committee on High jKiys. Mr. Jones thinks that they are favorably impressed with the project. THE men or woman .emicted with backache, wolten muiclei, (tiff joiutf, rheumatic paini or other lymptom of. kidney trouble it entitled to sympathy 'and ihould h"ve hlp. Nature gives early warning oi kidney trouble by puftuie under eyei, ipot before the eyei, dry mouth, bilioumeM, weakacM ena paie, waxy, ary itm. It it unwiie to -neilect the ilithteil vptm ol kldnty troubft. Give tko kidney ibe help tney ire uutnf tar. aney my tone up weak, inactive, sluggish kidneys and help rid the body of poisons. With kidneyi end blsdder-properly functionlnf. ap petite li restored, refreshtni sleep It possible and health, atrenftb and enerfty come aa a natural result. C. F. Reynolds, Etmlrs.N.Y.. writes: "Three months nfto I watt tick in bed with kidney trouble. My back ached ao severely I could uot net up. We rend of rolcv Kidney Piils, to 1 sent for fotnc and commenced tnl'.iuc' them. In a few day 1 was up outot bed and upon !.cepi.nf the trentment up for some titnr 1 wiia uhlu to o to work, au-1 bvc had no mure batkuches." Sold Everywhere ,,. . .- SHERIFF'S . 8ALE-. r.v,. In the Circuit Court 'of the- State oT. Oregon for the County of Lincoln L. Wr Williams, Plaintiff. V vs. Jennie M. Graham, Zutter, and S. Hi. Zuttcr, Defendants. By vlrture of an execution and order of sale issued out of the above entitled Court in the above entitled action to mo directed and da.ted the 23rd dav of June, A. D. 1919 in favor of L. W. Wil liams, Plaintiff and against the above named Defendants for tlie sum of $465.32 with interest thereon at the rate of 8 per cant per annum from the 20th day of Mnrr h A. D. 1919 and a further Burn of $50.00 attorneys fees and costs taxed at t , and costs of this writ commanding me to sell the following described real property situ ate In Lincoln County, Oregon, as fol lows1, to-wit: Lots numbered five (5) six (6) and seven (7) in Block numbered fifteen (15) in Frc.dericks'.mrp now within the corporate limits ot tlie city of Newr pert, Lincoln (Vimitv, Oregon. NOW, THEREFORE in complioneo with the demands of suld execution and order of sulp I will on the 25'.h duy of July A. D. 1011 o.t 1 o'clock P. M. at tnn fror dror of the County Court House in the City of Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, sell to the hi-i'hest bidder for c&sh, all the right, title and Interest of the above named Defendants In the above named action. to the above described property to sat isfy said execution and order of sale, Interest, costs and accruing cost,3. W. E. Simpson, Sheriff of Lincoln County, Oregon. Date of first publication June 27th, 1919. Date of lust publication July 25th,. 1919. NOTICE TO PRESENT CLAIMS In the County Court of the State of Oreaon. for Lincoln County In the matter t the Estate of James O'Leary, Deceased. Notice is Hereby given that tne un- tratrix of the Estate of James O'Leary, deceased, by the aoove entitled Court, amd lias qualified us such.' All persons having claim's asalnr'. said estate are hereby notified to rrPSOTt the same, duly verified amd with proppr vouchers to me' at tny omca liin. T.ijtlo, Octgcm. within six rao.i'' from he da'.i of first puWktat.-ii v.." tthls notdre. Dated and flist pub., July 18th, 1919. Sar Crahen, Administmi'Ux. NOTICE TO CREDITORS .. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned, by am order of the County Court of L.ncoln County, State of Or., eon, duly made and entered on tu 12th day of June, 1919, were duly ap pointed administrators of tho estate of Ziipha Custor, deceased, end that they have duly qualified as such. All .persons having claims against etdd estate are hereby notified to pre Bent same, dulv verified, ns required by law, at tho ofhjco of Smith & Shields, 403 Salem H;ink of Commerce Build tag, In the Citty of Solem, Marion County, Oregon, within six months from the date of this notice. Dated and first published this 27th day of June! A. D. 1919. j. T. Cooper and Ella Lilly, Administrators of the estate of Ziipha Custer, deceased. SUMMONS In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Lincoln County James S. Cooper, Plaintiff vs Alt Caton; JeBsie Cannon and . H. Cannon, her husband; Frank Rain's; Carrie McKenney and Oral McKenney, her hUBband; Laura Mattoon and John Mattoon, her husband; Blanche Ford and W. P. Ford, her husband; Maggie Fremorey and Felix Fremerey, her husband; Mary (Mamie) Turntdge and J. J. Turnidge, her husband; John M. Ayles and R. A. Bensoll, Defendants. To Alf Caton, Jessie Cannon and J. t i n...ni, h'arhnnhand: Frank Raines; Carrie McKenney and Or ! McKennoy her husband;. Laura Mtoon ana jonn Mattoon, her husband; .Blanche Ford and W. P. Ford, her husband; Maggie Fremerey and Felix Fremeroy, her husband; Mary (Mamie) Turnidge and J. J. Turnidge, her hnsband; John M. Ayles end R. A. Bensell, the above named defendants !n The Name Of The State Of Oregon You and each of you are hereby re quired to appear and answer the com nlnint of the Plaintiff In the above en titled suit now on file in the office of nf Cnnntv Cler'.t of Lincoln uouniy, Oregon, which above entitled Bult Is nendine In the Circuit Court of fie said County end State, on or before the day laai named In the order for the publication of this summons made by the Honorable R. It. Miller, uoun-y .Turlire of Lincoln County. Ortwm which said order and time for answering said summons are hereinafter referred to, to-wit: On or before six weeks from and after tho date of the first publica tlon hereof - and. You are hereby notified that if you fall to appear and answer the said com' plaint as herein required, for want thereof, the plaintiff' will apply to the above entitled Court for the relief de manded in plaintiff's complaint, to-wit For a decree of said Court that plain tiff's title to the following described real property, to-wit: Begining at a point that Is 20 rods north of the southwest cor ner of .the northwest quarter of section eleven In township eleven south of rarjge eleven west of the Willamette Meridian, running thencd east 16 rods, thence north -60 rods, thence west 16 rods to the section line, thence south on said . section line to the place of begin ning,. In Lincoln County, Oregon, Is good and valid; that you the said defendants and each of you, have no risrht, title nor Interest whatever. In r to said lands, or any part thereof, and that any and all claims that you may claim against said lands is wrongful and without right whatever; that you the . said defendants be forever do barred and enjoined from assorting any claim whatever in or to OThl lands or any pnrt thereof adverse to plaintiff and for "such oljicr nnd further relief jas may be 0'iuitablo aud just. I 4 HH"I 4 M.' GILDERSIvEEVE GROCEjRIE3 VVE CARRY THE FAMOUS "PREFERRED STOCK" AND "DIAMOND W" CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, FRESH FRUITS AND VEG ETABLES AND ALL KINDS OF GOOD EATS. GIVE US A TRIAL T PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY I i . $ SEND YOUR CREAM TO THE TOLEDO t I . CREAMERY AND USE TOLEDO BUTTER .- 1 THERE'S A REASON f V u i' 1 The 1 Toledo Creamery , 1 m m t bvii inirf a mm a bm IS The Greatest Name in Coody.Land fiB.. -j lllfotU know the J! yl realm of child- J 'M jl ' ,00d dreams if " ls 3 la"d li gStM A A sweets. 11 BVw . r Makc some 1 1 Vv those dreams l gKSAb. a delightful Jl 1 reaIy by 1 1 j!-zs taking home Jl WRIGLEY5 1 jly yry How about ll LjJ tonight?. I J SEALEO TIGHT ' VSll 1 KEPT RIGHT iliiiiiiim Thiu suiiLiiiuiiM 1b published hi the Lincoln Coun'ty leader, once a week for six xnsecutiv9 and suc.-esslve weeks, beginning witli tlio isuo of June 27, 1919, and ending with tlie issue of Autfunt 8th, 191!), under and pumuiiut of tho direction containe-t in an Vrder mado by Die Honor i bit Jl. II. Miller, County Judge of Lincoln County, Oregon, which said order was made and n'bered on the 27th day of Juno, 1919. Hawkins & McCluskey, Attorneys for Plaintiff,-Post Office ad dress, Toledo, Oregon. - NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Depufftmenit of the Interior, 08803 09565 U. St Land Office, Koaeburg, Oregon, July 8, 1919. NOTICE is 'hereby given that Georgi A. .MJalvln, of Vancouver, Washington, wlio, on April 21, 1913, made Home- Btead Entry, Serial No. 08803, ana on September 2, .1914, made Additional Homestead Biiitry, Serial No. O'JDtiO, for Hie SWVi SEVA.-WH, SEU' SEV4.-SVi NEV4. SEV4 SE, SW NE4 SEVi, SE4 SE SE4 and S'i NW14 SE' of SeUtlonr 14, Townihlp 15 S, Ilarnge 10 W., Willamette Meridian, hura filed notice of Intention to make Ptnial Three-year Proof, to establish claim .to tlie land above described, beforo tho Clot ot tho County Court of Benton Coun;y, Oregcn, at Corval lis, Oregon, on tlie 12th uuy of Augur.', 1919. Cluinuuit names as witnoisos: W. M. Kaulluior, ot Corvallls, Ore gee; .1. II. 1-co, of Alpine, Or?(?on; J. W. Mink, of Kisher, Orcf,"on; Niels Uusen. of Alsca, Otx'gon. V H. Cano.i, ...... a needier- 1 1 M I M i 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 8UMMON3 In the Circuit Court of the State c? Oregon for Lincoln County Grace Lundon, Plaintiff, vs. Mnx London, Dofcii'dant. To Max Lundon Uie above naui'id C. fendant: In the name of the state. of frres. you are 'hereby required to appear b v answer the complaint tiled agaiutt j i In tlie above emtiLUed court and cat on or before - tlie expiration of : weeks or seven consecutive and s cessivo pubUcations of this suminc aud If you fail to so appear or anst plaintiff will apply to the court for i: ... relief demanded In the corny la: . which 4s for a deer of divorce - ' for tlie care, custody, .ad control .Si the minor child Harry Lamlon. This summons 'Is starved upon J'.n by being published once a week i.'r six cousecutfve weeks in tlie Line' ::i .County Leader; weekly newtpa? r: publtuhed la 'the County ot Linn":'-. State of Oregon, by ordor of tlie Hc .i orublB R. R. Miller, County Jud-:e of Lincoln County, Oregon, dtited June ! ?. 1-919, prescribing the publication tht. of m said paper for fluid time. W. H. Waterburv i Attorney for Plaln'..'!. Postoffice Addres, Toledo, Ore.,.!. Date of First publication June 2l .a 1919. Date ot last publication Augus'. 1919. We make a speciality of frie: ship, engagement and wedd' . ring3. F. M. French & Son, Jt elers and Engravers, Albany,.'': 1" 4 t v.