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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON, FRIDAY OCTOBER 17th, 1919. '
PACE 3 Who's the Profiteer? Not I," says the packer. Not I," says the manufac turer. "Not I," says the middleman. "Not I," says the retailer. "Surely not I," says the consumer with the flat pocketbook. "And posi tively not the farmer!" thunders lEe COUNTRY G NTLEMAN True enough, the farmer has profited by war prices. But to what extent? Well, he has been able to paint his house so it looks asWll as the grocer's in town. He has been able to buy an automobile as good as the plumber's. His fam ily has been able to weer clothes as good as the other church folks. In other words, the farm er for the first time has had a fair living wage for his labor, with a little re turn on the capital he has invested in his farm and its equipment. The farmer is not a prof- iteer.andTHECOUNTRY Gentleman will fight to prove his right to a fair profit for his labor and his products. A year's subscription to The Country GEN TLEMAN is'.ucs)is the biggest dollar's buy on the market. Get your money's worth a hun dred times over by let ting me order it for you today. Remember ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IS ALL IT COSTS! t Everett Miller Phone No. 1026 P. O. Box 432 Tlit Country Gtttlcmu The Ldit' Home Journal 12 unn-tl.75 The Saturday i oieao 'a j Ereiimj Pott B i.-2.M 5 RU-SSSA id MANALIN Cured Me! fa- en Mrs. E. M. Harris, R. R. No. 3, Ashland, Wis., sends a message of cheer to the pick: "Aftor following your ndvlco and utilnfr Fcrun;i and Mjtnalln. I wrm cured of citlnrrli of tbe now, tiiront nud linmli, from whicli I Usui nuffnreu for Hevernl yenra. When I commenced taking IJe runa I could not mako my bed without alupplnu to rest. Now I V Catarrh of tbe Nose, Throat and Stomach. do oil my work rind am 'n .-ood health. I recommend thfn valu able remedy to till Hufforiiifr Irani any diseaue of the stomach" Peru n a In Sold Everywlier Liquid or Tablet Form R. D. BURGESS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Toledo, Oregon - Office In Andrews Building. Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 ind 7 to I p. id. Kmc: n7 call a. any time mm . a'Mornin mm ight 'rung KeepVbur Eyes' wivan i ear noairny if Car rtm fym Cm fee Mwrtns C. Chicago. Ufcfc. Dr. F. W. KELLOGG Ontometrist At Tol-ico 1st to 10th of Frch Month Newport, 15th to 30th DP. A. J. HENDRY DENTIST - ToleHo, Lady Attendant Office Hours: 9 to 12; 1 to 5 Evenings and Sunaays . By Appointment Office In Andrew Building . . j Or'flon NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Lincoln la the matter of the Estate o Wil liam H. Pedlar, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given that A. w. uxroy. thA administrator of the above named 'estate of William H. Pedlar, deceased, has Hied to the above en i ,,r hi final account of his adniiniatratlon of said estate, and that said court has duly appointed Mon day, the 27th day of October, 1919, at the hour of 10 o'clock of said day, u ami h courtroom of the above -entitled county court In the County Court House of Lincoln County Oregon, alt Toledo, Oregon, as the place, for the hearing of objection to eald final account and the settlement thereof, and that said court has duly directed said administrator to give i thoi-nnf in ithls newspaper, The frio.i iidw. once a week for four n ..xcbIva weeks: and ihls notice Is therefore published in, accordance with said oraer ana ainxuuu m SHERIFF'S SALE In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Lincoln Jenevieve Talboy, Plaintiff, vs. Ed C. Allen and Martha C. Allen, husband and wife; H. A. P. Myers and Jane Doe Myers, husband an wife; Shuts Saving Bank, a corporation; Frank Readen and Emma Readen, husband and wife. Defendants. By virtue of an execution decree and order of sale issued out of the above entitled Court in the above en titled action to me directed and dated the lUli, day of October, A. D. 1919, in favor of Jenevieve Talboy, Plain tiff, and against the above named De fendants for the sura of $970.00 with interest thereon at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from the 1st day of January A. D. 1919 and a further sum of 2100.00 attorney's fees and costs taxed at $228.00 paid as taxes, and costs of this writ commanding me to sell the following deairlbed real prop erty Bituatp in Lincoln County, Ore-, son as follows, to-wit: Lot three being the fractional North East Quarter of the South Er.st Quart er of Section number 15 in Township number Eleven South of range number eleven. West of the Willamette Meri dian except the following portion thereof, to-wit: Beginning at a point 462 feet West of the South East Cor ner of the North West Quarter, of tlu South East Quarter of aaid Section 15, thence running East 1382 feet, tlience North 6C0 feet, thence West 900 feet tr hich water mark, thence along high a-nipr TtiKrk to noun or oeginning, mso except a strip of land 125 feet in v.dih from high water mam running uwnS the entire front of said lot three. NOW, THERE UKIU in compliance win tin- demands or sam exocuion and order of sale I will on Saturday the 15i..i day of November, A. It 1919, 1 n'clnck P. M. at the front door of tha fmmtv Court House, in me v,uy of Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, tell in v.n highest bidder lor casn. uu me rti tHu and Interest of the above named Ed C. Allen and Martha C. Al lan tushand and wire; ti. a. r. myenj n.i .TniiA Doe Mvers. husband and wife; Shut Saving Bank, a corpora tion; rank Readen and Emma. Rear den, husbend and wife, Defendants in the above named action', In the above described property to satisfy eald ex ecution and order of sale, interest, costs and accruing costs. Date of first publication, Oct 17, 1919. Date of last publication, Nov. 14. 1919. W. E. Simpson, Sheriff of Lincoln County, Oregon. G. L. PERKINS Shoemaker and Harness Repairer Date 'of first publication, Sept. 26, Date of last, publication, Oct. 24, 1919. A.W.Morgan, Administrator of the Estate of William H. Pedlar, deceased. Shop on Hill Street TOLEDO, OREGON Rex Steele was & passenger for Portland Wednesday. Sheriff Simpson took a prisoner to Dallas on this noon's train. Mrs. Koblelskl end daughter, Nelllo, of Siletz, were passengers for Port land this noon. Bert Howe has bought the new Kls- pr bungalow near the courthouse and will occupy samo at once. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clarke of Cor vatlis, and. Mr. Clarke's sister, of Chi cago, were Toledo visitors Monday. Mrs. J. C. Altree returned Monday evening from a visit at Albany with her daughter Mjrs. Virginia Howard. - Antosta and Charles Wisnlewski of Taft were In the city the tlrat of the week enroute to Portland for a short visit. C. F. Robertson, former merchant at Taft, was in the city Wednesday. Mr. Robertson and family are) moving to McMinnville. W. G. Sharman of Yachats returned last evening from a couple of weeks 'visit at the state capltoL He stopped off In Toledo. Mrs. Peterson departed Saturday for her home in Dakota after an extended visit with her son, D. L. and family, near this city. Mrs. H. A. Buumann of Falls City was visiting here Uiis week with her mother, Mrs. Elnia Hyde. She return ed home Monday. Mrs. W. H. Burton departed Monday for Sfcaalo where she will visit with her sister. In the meantime W. H. U keeping batchelor halL J. L Wright has purchased a lot from Mrs. C. E. Crosno, same being on Second street, and adjolnlaj tt.cte purchesnrt by Mr. Andersen. Mr. and Mrs. H. Simonson went to Pc: Hand Suturdaiy for a short vacation. C. A. Phillips of Salem is taking "Cy'B" pliL-e aa operator at tire depot. Miss Mufcel Booth arrived down from Portland Saturday evening for a visit with'her mother, returning to her work In the city again yeste.day. Euiil T. Raddant of Orton was in the city the first of the week. Mr. Rad dant is sending his combined harvester Lack as it did not prove satisfactory. We had the Conuty Court proceed ings rtady to publish this week but were obliged to carry iliem over until next week on accciit of a lack of spa je. Mrs. S. E. Newkirk and little son departed Monday or a visit at Salem. Mr. Newkirk expects to Join Sier tiie laltor part of next week, and they will spend a little lime in Portland. C. V. Backus of Yaquina was a To ledo visitor Wednesday. Mr. Backus" just arrived home Saturday evening from Lake Bay, Alaska, where he has been fishing the past summer. He re ports a very good season. R. A. Andersen has purchased two lo's from Mrs. C. E. Crosno, at the southwest corner of Second and Gra ham S treets. These are very choice Ids, and Mr. Andersen will build j. modern horse thereon at once. J. W. Gale of Orton was a passenger for Por'land this noonv Mr. Gale re ports that his house was entered re cently, while no one was at heme, and a considerable quantity of clothing, food and otlie-r articles taken, as well as two lilxle pet wild cats. Archie Zeek and Miss Pearl Cooper, both of Linn county, were united In marriage Wednesday evening at the- parlors of the Commercial Hotel in this city, Rev. C. it. Ellswoith otliuia; ing. They will visit for a time with relatives on the lower bay. Landlord Lowe of the Merchant's llotol lias bceu giving Jie Ilutel build ing a fresh coat of paint this week wliich greatly improves the appear ance of same. Why not start an epi demic if possible, as most of the buird- Insa on the atrcet could stand a little paint, and tlio appearance from the trains passing thru would be much more pleading. Mrs. Queen Freeman Altree was the guest of honor ct an informal lunch eon and plate shower, last Saturday afternoon, for which Mrs. George Schenck was hostess. The table was beautifully decorated with sweet-peas amd a profusion of 'white ribbon, th9 ribbon terminating in a large bow at the chair of the bride. Those present were: Mrs. Queen Freeman Altree, Mrs. Margeret Yasek, Mrs. Winifred McMillan, Misses Eleanor Grady, Hah Sherwood, Essie Ball and Genevieve Tlllotson. Leader subscriptions received this week are: Peter Berg, Toledo, Or.; N. W. Miller, Pioneer, Or.; J1m Bon- sell, Siletz, Or.; Al Taylor, Stletz, Or.; Ray MoMillln, Yachalts, Or.; Harald Hansen, Siletz, Or.; O. P. Lyons, Ya qutaa, Or.; Mrs. Mary J. Campbell, To ledo, Or.; J. W. Bryant, Siletz, Or.; Coy Gallagher, South Beach, Or.; Dr. C. E. Linton, Waldport, Or.; A. L. Crawford, Siletz, Or.; Mrs. W. M. Backus, Yaqulna, Or.; D. M. Lude- raiainin Toledo, Or.; W. M. Brlstlin, Elk Oity, Or.; T. H. Gildersloeve, To ledo, Or.; Mrs. Elma Hyde, Toledo, Or.; G. Kobiolskl, Toledo, Or.; M. N. Anderson, Toledo, Or.; Mrs. Goo. King Toledo, Or. earninp;pow when it rains is made sure Vv '"O REFLEX SLICKER Lotk far the Keflex f A.J.TowebCx Established 1833 Boston, Mass.V St U NEWPORT FLORIST Cut Flowers and Potted Plants; Funeral Designs A Secialty. Phone 2651, Box 204 Newport, Or . A. M. GILDERSLEEVE QROGBRIBS WE CARRY THE FAMOUS "PREFERRED STOCK" AND "DIAMOND W" CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, FRESH FRUITS AND VEG ETABLES AND ALL KINDS OF GOOD EATS. 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Every time you liht one you get new and keener enjojunent I Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after" taste or any unpleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels as unusual as they are; enjoyable. In fact, Camels appeal to the most fastidious smoker in so many new ways you never will miss the absence of coupons, premiums or gifts. You'll prefer Camel Quality! NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION 04C82 Department of Uie Interior U. S. Land Office at Portlund, Oregon, Ootobnr 6th, 1919. NOTIC1S Is hereby given that Mich ael William Sh a, of 9G8 East Alder Mreet, I'm Hand, Oregon, who on April 1st, 1910, niado Homestead Entry No. 04B82, for the NW!4 and NYj SVV",4. Section 26. Township 9 South, Itawjre 9 West, Willamette Meridian, has Hied 'notice of intention to make Committal ion Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Register and Itoceiver of the Unit ed States Land Oflice, at Portland, Oregon, on tho 26th day of November, 1919. Claimant names as witnesses: P. B. Jennings, of Portland, Oregon; O. S. Collins, of Portland, Oregon; Win. Southwell, of Orton, Oregon; Gus Ol son, of Toledo, Oregon. Proof made under the Aot of Aug ust 15, 1894. Alexander Sweek, Register. SUMMONS of In the Circuit Court of tha Stat jBregon for Lincoln County Chaa. b Woodward, Plalintiff, YB. The Unknown Heirs of Florence A. bcatt, deceased, formerly Florence A. Bacon, Frank Prieat and Jay Scott, Defendants. To Jay Scott and the Unknown Heirs of Florence A. Scolt, the defendants above named In the Name of the State of Oregon: You are hereby summoned and re quired to appear and answer Uie com plailnt of the plaintiff herein on file in the oflce of the County Clerk of Lin coln County, Oregon, on or before the 24th day of October, 1919, that being the last day fixed by order of the Court for your appearance and oiin wer; and you are hereby notified that if you fall to appear and answer said complaint as herein required, for want thereof plaintiff will apply to the Court above entitled for the relief prayed for In his complaint, to-wit:, That the defendants and each of them may ho required to sot forth tlio nature of their claims in and to tlio following described property, the sub ject of tills suit, 'to-wit: Lot 3 in Block 39, UIh 4 and 9 In block 4ii. all In Bu lord's Addition to the town of Alexandria, Lincoln County, Oregon, also Lot 9 in llliHk 12, Lot 6 in Block 13, Lot 12 in Block 25, Lot 8 I" Block 29, Lots 7, 11. and 12 in Block 30, and Ut 9 in Block 31 all In Buford'3 Sec ond Addition to the town of Alexandria Lincoln County, Oregon, and that all adverse claims of the defendants, or any of them, may be determined by a decree of this Court; That by said dooroo it bo declared and adjudged that the defendants, or any of them, 'have no estate or interest In or to said land and premises; and that tho t tie of the plaintiff Is good and valid; That Uie defendants and each of thorn bo forever enjoined and dubedred from asserting any claim whatever Li or to said land and premises adverse to the plaintiff, and for sucli other relief as to tills Court shall seem meet and agreeable to equity. This Summons Is served upon you by publication In the Lincoln County Leader once a week for six consecutive and successive weeks, seven publlcattona, boginlng with the Issue of Siptomber 12, 1919, and end roc with the Issue of October 24, 1919, aa directed by an order made and entered on the 9th day of Soptomber, 1919, said ardor bniag nude by the Honorable R R. Miller, County Judge of Lincoln County, Oregon. W. H. Waterbury, Attorney for the Plaintiff, P. O. Ad dress. Toledo, Oregon. SUMMONS In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Lincoln County Sophia Bulirer, Plaintiff, vs. The Unknown Heirs of Harman Benke, Defendants. To the unknown heirs of Herman Bonke, Deceased. In the Name of the State of Oregon: You are hereby summoned and re- plaint of the plaintiff heroin on file In the office of the County Clrrk cf Lin coln County, Oregon, on or bcfori) tho 21th day of October, 1919, -that being the hist day fixed by the order of Uie Court for your appearance and uiswer, and you are hereby notified Hint If you fall to appear end answer snkl com plaint as herein required, lor want thereof plaintiff will apply to the Court above entitled for tho relief prayod for in his complaint to-wit: That the defendants and each oC them may bo required to set forth th nature of their claims in nind to tiie following described property, the sub ject of Uiis suit, to-wlt: Lot No. Oao (I) In Section No. Seven (7), Town ship Twelve (12) South, Range Eleven, (II) West of the Wlllametto Meridian ail of which Is situated In Lincoln County, Oregon; and that all adverse claims of the defendants and each of them may bo detenuluied by decree of this Court; That by said docreo It be declared and adjudged that the defendants har? no estate or Interest whatever In or ' said land and premises, and Uiat tRle for the plaintiff Is good and va." i; That the defendants bo forever en Joined and debarred from assert!!: any claim whatever In and to said premises adverse to the plaintiff, and for such other and further relief aa to this Court shall seem moot and equit able. This Summons Is served upon yo by publication in the Lincoln County Leader once a week for six consecu tive and successive weeks, seven publications, 'beginning wlUi tha issue of September 12, 1319, attd ending with th issue of Oct ober 24, 1919, as directed by on order made and entered on Uie 9th duy of September, 1919, said order IsotiME made by the Honorable R. R. 11 lilet. County Judge of Lincoln County, Ore gon. W. H. Waterbury, Attorney for Uie plalnUff, Post Oillc. Address, Toledo Oregon. We make a speciality of friend ship, engagement and wedding rincs. F. M. Frencn & Son, Jew- quacd tu uppcu and answer tho com- eierB and Engravers, Albany, Or.