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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4th, 1921.
' f I H tt IL incoln County B ... .t . . . (INCORPORATED) Ty. TOLEDO, vrf. OREGON , ANK ,' DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS '. 'A . DIRECTORS C. E. HAWKINS V .fc 4 Interest - , J. B. BOOTH Paid on -. .., & O. HAWKINS , . ; . , f '. Time Deposit . Water Front Meat Market mo iYinrti la uuiimu iu WUVt AND WILL BE UNDER A NEW NAME THE FIR8T OF FEBRUARY- BUT IT WILL NOT 2 CHANGE HANDS -IT WILL STILL BELONG TO S. R. ANDERSON AND RUN BY HIM - -THE NEW NAME WILL BE) The Peoples Meat Market S.R.ANDERSON, Proprietor TOLEDO, OREGON LADIES' MILLINERY GOODS ' ARNOLD'S also COMPLETE LINE OF LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS - u Call in and look over our line of . Hatt, Cape, Gloves, Tiet, Shirta, Hoe- ' lery, Ribboni, Jewelry, Etc., Etc. L. R. BATEMAN E. R. BATEMAN BATEMAN & BATEMAN 't COMPLETE HOME FURNISHER UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES We Buy, Sell and Exchange New arid Second Hand Furniture m WE CARRY A GOOD LINE Men' Furnishing Goods' Men's and Boys' Guaranteed Rain Clothes X SEE OUR SAMPLES Get Prices on Made-to-Order Men's and Boys' 8uits f COME IN AND SEE The Beautiful Mandel Phonograph Before Buying We Carry a Large Line of Records at all Times COLVIN'S STORE Toledo Zti ii ' Ml i 0 ; v i r sk- M t futi Ji AiflsTistislisfcslisiisfcXAJ--rrTTTtTI i oAbout One-Eleven "111" 2Gdarettesl5 JUST an Inside word about One- Eleven. The American To- ' bacco Company has served the public with fine tobaccos for . many years. It commands the experience and skill to prepare and know good cigarettes. The American Tobacco Com pany would not give the address of its home office as the name of anewcigaretteifit did not Delieve that the blend would please you. . Finally try them which mtn tktl If yo don't likt "111" Cifirttttt. roil c set 7gur montjr bick from the 4c.br. I , Gilmore's Poultry Farm 8. C. W. LEGHORNS 0. A. C. BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS . I am booking orders for 1921 Baby Chicks at 20c each and I would advise you to place your orders early. Hatching tggs $2.00 per setting of 13. I will sell settirr hens and as many baby chicks as you wish with them.' All Birds Trapnested. P. G..GILMORE, . Phone 70F3, NEWPORT, OREGON For stationery see Colvln. . Garden Seed at Van' Cleve's. See Colvln for furniture. Geo. Bobell was In the city the first of the week. Mrs. Lee Wade is over from the Siletz this week. . - Bob Tronaon was over from the Agency Monday. , . Bert Geer was down from Elk City over Sunday. Prof. Eagy of Siletz, was over to the institute Saturday. . Mr. Olmstead of Summit was In the city Saturday. Geo. Lewis of Wlnant was a Toledo visitor last Friday. O. W. Ford returned Sunday evening from a trip to Portland. Judge Jolin Fogarty went down to Newport Friday evening. Boy'a knee pants, overalls, shirts and blouses at Colvin't. Wm. Kruger of Salado was a Toledo visitor the firei. of the week. The young folks are planning a big dance for Saturday evening. For new spring suits and overecats from t20.00 up, see Colvln. Con Christiansen went up to Eddy ville Saturday afternoon. Chae. Hassman of Yoquina was in the city on business Saturday. County Surveyor Ord Castle was over from the Siletz Monday. Mr and Mrs. Jesse Daniels were over from the Siletz Wednesday. Anton Martinson of Tidewater was a county seat visitor yesterday. If you want the best goods and low est prices? Trade at Van Cleve's. R. H. Williams and W. R. Tindall were passengers for Portland Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harding were passengers for Elk City yesterday noon. Miss Clara BriJin went to Elk City yesterday for a visit with her parents. Mrs. Hobart Dickson arrived home Sunday from a visit with relatives at Seattle. Born to Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hulbert, Tuesday, February 1st, 1921, a twelve pound son. Mrs. F. W Carson was a passenger for Portland' Saturday where she "will visit her daughters. Miss Ruth Cozine went up to Elk City yesterday for a few days "visit with her parents. John Potwora of Nortons was down from Rock Creek ithe first of the week, having business here in the City. Chas. Small is remodeling his bakery building this week and expects to put in a lunch counter soon. Mrs. Wm. Backus and daughter, Mrs. Sherman Frederickson, were up from Yaquina yesterday. R. L. McFarland came over from Enterprise Friday evening for a few days visit with old Toledo friends. Mrs. A. S. Hulbert arrived over from Albany Sunday evening for a visit with her son, L. A. Hulbert and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Windred of Silotz are visiting with. Mrs. Windred's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Ili.ier, near this city. Miss Gladys Jones of Newport pass ed thru Sunday enroute to her studies at the O. A C. after spending a few days at home. J. C. Dixon, M. W. Small and Wm. Kroger of Elk City were in attendance at the road meeting at Newport Satur day evening. Captain Simon Lendten brought a boat load of teachers up from New port Saturday to attend the institute held in this city. F. M. French the Albany jeweler and S. P. watch luspeo:or was in the city Saturday looking over railroad watches in this city. Mrs. M. Clark, of Seattle, Washing ton, arrived Wednesday evening, for a visit with her brother, Harry Sway ze, and family here. Miss M. L. Hampton came down from Nortons Friday evening to at tend the session of teachers' institute held here Saturday. Dr. and Mra. L. H. Brown were pas sengers fdr Portland Tuesday. The Doctor will take a course in nerve blocking while In 'the city. The ground hog only Baw his shad ow for a moment Wednesday and ho surely won't Inflict six weeks more rain upon us for that little dab of sunshine. B. F. Jones came over from Salem Friday evening, returning Sunday. Mr. Jones is working hard for the passage of the Roosevelt Highway measure Stanley Anderson has moved his butcher Bhop to the location formerly occupied by Ding's candy store. It will now be known as the "Peoples Meat Market." Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Horning and daughter, Mrs. Elmer Ellsworth, went down to their home at Otter Rock Fri day evening after a few days visit with relatives here. Mrs. E. M. Stanton entertained the Ladles Whist Club t her home Wed nesday afternoon. Mrs. G. B. Mc Cluskey was the winner of the first prize and Mrs. D. J, Sidey the booby. Lester Waugh was a passenger foi the Valley the first of (the week. Mr. Waugh expects to open up a shop on the Water Front soon, having pur chased the building Just vacated by Stanley Anderson. Allen Mayhew, millwright for the Roberta mill was tuite severely in jured Saturday by being struck by a flying board which the wind blew oh a lumber pile. The board, a 1 by 12 by 1G, struck him in the face. Are YOU One With Us? t One million, five hundred thousand farmers are united in a common, cause through the American Farm Bureau Federation. They represent fifteen billion dol lars' worth of our national wealth. That is more than tha value of all the gold the world has produced in the last sixty years. These are stupendous figures. Yet the impressive fact is not the size of the figures themselves, but the power they signify. The thoughts, the voices, the strength of one-fourth of the country's farmers joined in a single cause farm progress 1 It is a tremendous force for good. This force that is created by 1,500 000 determined farmers is making itself felt. It is speaking with too powerful a voice to be ignored, too' vel! informed to be dismissed. Con rress, capital, labor are having to listen to the farmer at last because the f'-tmer has found a means of mf.kLiu liimcelf heard. . The Farm I'u:i.:u Federation has given him Hut means. Fall. in linel Join the Farm Bu reau and help swell the mighty force that has enlisted under the Farm Bureau banner. Its objective is a 6ecure and prosperous 'farming in dustry. Help it to guarantee that for you and the six million other farmers of this country. Before the national body was or ganized The Country gentle man began to support the movement. Its' aid has been continued because the editor believes in the soundness, the integrity and the wisdom of Farm Bureau policies and leadership. The Country Gentleman al ways is ready to suppoi t and encour r.ge avery move that is helpful to farming. That is the purpose of this big national weekly to make farm life more livable end profitable. It does this through the medium of in formative articles, inspiring editorials end practical suggestions. You need THE COUNTRY GEN TLEMAN in your business, in your home life. And it costs only $1.00 a year less than two cents for each of the fifty-two big issues. You can mail your subscription to us, inclosing a dollar bill, check or money order. 5 Cents the Copy Ifie COUNTRY GENTLEMAN Circulation 800,000 Weekly $1.00 the year The Curtis Publishing Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania AJso Publishers of THE SATURDAY EVENING POST and THE LADIES HOME JOURNAL Let's &o 4 NThe sure way to put pep into your Job on a winy day Is to get Into a FISH BRAND Reflex Slicker TW is a FISH BRANDgarment v for every kind of wer work or sport - . i . OMasivammait jncj AJ TOWER ca ESTABUSMEO 1634 Jjj BOSTON MASS "W EXPIRING SUBSCRIPTIONS To those receiving cards from this cfilce notifying them that their sub scriptions have expired end who do not renew: Wo take it for granted that you do not desire the paper and there fore your names are taken from our list. I The Leader stops coming when the time paid for expires, unless continued on special request. It you do not want U we cannot afford to continue send ing it. ' 4 j WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING REDUCTIONS IN PRICES FOR CASH UNTIL FEBRUARY 15th, 1921 HEATING STOVES 20 f RANGES 10 ' S ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINES J AND APPLI ANCE8 20'c PYREX GLASS OVEN WARE 10 J BASEBALL GOODS 25 BOYS WAGONS 20 ALUMINUM AND GRANITE WARE 20 WE HAVE SELBY HIGH BASE SMOKELESS CHILLED SHOT GUN SHELLS IN NO. 10, 7i2, 2, 3 AND B3 8HOT WE WILL LET GO FOR $1.25 PER BOX WHILE THEY LAST Peterson Hardware Co. - It ORDER OF FINAL ACCOUNT Notice Is hereby given that the uu dersigned administratrix of the estate of Laura June Doty, deceased, has filed in the County Court of Lincoln County, State of. Oregon, her final account as such administratrix of said estate, and Monday the 7th day of February, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m. has been fixed by the said Court as the time for hearing of objections to said there are no vacant houses in town, report, and the settlement thereof. Irene Johnson, Administratrix of the Estate of Laura Jane Doty, deceased.' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION 010563 Department of the Interior V. S. Land Office at IJoseburg, Oregon, January 21. 1921. Notice is hereby given that Walter Howell, of Yachats, Oregon, who, on February 18, 1916, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 010563, for the SW4 of NWU of Section 25. Town ship 14 S Range 11 W., Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention , to make Final Three year 1'rooi, to establish claim to the land above des cribed, before the Clerk of the County Court of Lincoln County, Oregon, at his office at Toledo, .Oregon, on the 4th day of March, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses : ' James Hurrlson, of Yachats, Oregon. James I. Williamson,, of Yachats, Oregon. 11. W. Hays, of Yachats, Oregon. NO W-A-1 DAYS" says the Good Judge ! A man can get a heap'mbrellf satisfaction from a small chew t of this class of tobacco, than he ever could get from a big , chew of the old kind. He finds it costs less, too. The - good tobacco taste lasts so 7 much longer he doesn't need to have a fresh chew nearly as often. '-i Any man who uses the Real j Tobacco Chew will tell you ,( that. $ , Put up in two styled .! JW-B CUT isa long fine-cut tobacco " , - RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco 13 Virgil Howell, of Yachats, Uregun. W. H. Canon, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION 010562 Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at HoBeburg, Oregon, January 21, 1921. Notice is hereby given that Virgil Howell, of Yachats, Oregon, who, on February 18, 1916, mnde IlomeslPad Kntry, Serial No. 010562, for E14 SWVi SWVi, WV6 W SE SW14, NF.V4 SEi'!4 BWVl, Ni-: . . SEVi SWH, SKM NW.i SW'4. wn, SW!4 NE'i SWV4. SE'i SW14 ' NWU SVV'ti. and SU. SKW SWU of Section 2fi. Tnwnuhln 1i S Uiingo 11 W., Willamette Me-tdiun, has filed notice of Intention lo p- ko Final Three-year Proof, tr. estii rlr.im to the luiul abovn dn.-ril,r ' fore the Clerk of the Count-- Cowt of Lincoln County, Oregon, a 1 jlodo, Oct-son, on tha th duy 01 -921. Claimant names aa wline : James I.' Williamson, of achats, Oregon. Wall it Howell, of Yachats, P ,Ton. B. W Hays, of Yachats; O. ' j n. Jatneu Harrison, of Yachat: . Ytt.on. W. H. C ''., Ix.'. .or. iah be-