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Prince Albert's a new
note in the joys of rolling 'em!
Talking about rolling
your own cigarettes, we'll
tell you right here that
Prince Albert tobacco has
'em all lashed to the mast!
' You've got a handful-of-happiness
coming your di
rection when you pal it with
P. A. and the makin's
papers ! For Prince Allert
is not only delightful to
your taste and pleasing in
itsrcfresuingaroma,but our
exclusive patented process
frees it from bite and parch l
. And, for a fact, rolling
up Prince Albert is mighty
easy I P. A. is crimp cut and
stays put and you whisk it ,
into shape before you can
count three! And, the next
instant you're puffing away
to beat the band!
Prince Albert is so good
that it has. led four men to
smoke jimmy pipes where
one was smoked before! It's
the greatest old buddy
smoke that ever found its
way into a pipe or cigarette !
Prince Albert It
mold in toppy red
bege, tidy red tine,
handeome pound ,
and hnlf pound tin
humidore and inthe
pound eryetal glaem
humidor with
eponge moUlentr
f I f.
7 elitr-. Wfc.tf
the national joy smoke
CopyrljM 1921
by R- J- Reynold
Tobacco Co.
Made Convenient .
For all at thla Bank, becauaa
we try to eliminate unnecessary
red taps.
We are conveniently located,
and offer up-to-date facilities,
and wish to do business with
State Warrants Endorsed by
8tate Treasurer Prior Septem
ber 3, 1921, will be paid, upon
presentation to the State Treas
urer, properly' endorsed.
We will be pleased to collect
these warrants gratis.
First National Bank of
A member of the
Ferral Reserve Banks,
Dlst. No. 12
I represent the Salem Nursery and
will take orders for Fall delivery any
time now. C. R. Ellsworth, Toledo.
. HOUSE AND LOT For sale. In.
quire at this office.
FOR RENT 5-Room Bungalow
with Bath. 5-Room Bungalow without
Bath. Close In P. Frederick.
Hies are
Dangerous because they arc
disease carriers of the worst type.
They should be 'destroyed as soon
as they appear on the premises.
is a liquid preparation for keeping
away flies. Gut be used anywhere.
Sprayed on cattle and horses and
Other live stock, it keeps the animals
in good health a hprd of cows will
yield from iorfo to 20 more taillt
when freed from flies.
Use Fly-Spray for stables, stalls, in
terior of hen houses, outbuildings.
Put up in quarts, t and ; fallen
cans and barrels.
T. P. HAWKINS, Prop.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Lincoln
State Land Board, Plaintiff.
Donald W. Miles, guardian of the
person and estate of Chailotte Thomas
an Insane person, Defendant.
By virtue of an execution and order
of sale issued out of the above entitled
Court In the above entitled action to
me directed and dated the 19th day of
September, A. D. 1921 In faor of State
Land Board Plaintiff and against the
above named Defendant for the sum ot
$423.00 with Interest thereon at the
rate of 6 per cent per annum from the
29th day of July A. D. 1921 and a
further sum of $50.00 attorney's fees
and costs taxed at $11.00, and costs
of thla writ commanding me to sell
the following described real property
situate in Lincoln County, Oregon as
follows, to-wlt:
West half of the southwest quarter
and the south half of the northwest
of section four In Township twelve
south or range eight, West of the Will
amette Meridian, In Lincoln County,.
NOW, THEREFORE In compliance
with the demands of said execution
and order of sale I will on Saturday,
the 22nd day of October A. D. 1921 at
1 o'clock P M. at the front door of .'he
County Court House, In the City of
Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, sell
to the highest bidder for cash, all the
right title and Interest of the above
named Donald W. Miles, guardian of
the person and estate of Charlotte
Thomas, an Insane person, Defendant
in the above named action, in the
above described property to satisfy
said execution and order of sale, In
terest, costs and accruing costs.
Date of first publication, September
23rd, 1921. ,,
Date of last publication, October 21,
M. Simpson, '
Sheriff of Lincoln County, Oregon.
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Portland, Ore.,
September 28!h, 1921.
NOTIPK Is hereby given that Frank
J. Ferguson, of Alsea, Ore., who, on
June 27tli, 1917, made Homestead En
try, No. 04894, for the SW4! SWK
Sec. 25 and SE SE, Section 26,
Township 13 South, Range 9 'West,
Willamette Meridian, has fllod notice
of intention to mako THREE-YEAR
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before the Register
and Receiver of the U. S. Land Office,
at PORTLAND, ORE., on the 10th day
of November, 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses: '
John Gengler, of Alsea, Ore. ,
John W. Brannon, of Alsea, Ore.
Oscar Tom, of Alsea, Ore.
Otto Dleckhoff, of Alsca, Ore.
Act. June 11, 190C List 6 15S4
Alexander Sweek, Register,
The County Court of Lincoln County,
Oregon, will receive sealed bids for
tbe construction of a bridge across
Spout Creek, at Hailan Post Office,
Lincoln County, Oregon. Said bridge
consisting of 30 foot Ratter Brace
Span, 8 foot approach on east end and
15 foot approach on west end, with
earth fill, as shown on plan, and con
taining 6.309 -feet of lumber, board
measure. Contractor to furnish all
material, except truss rods, and bulla
said bridge, approaches, end make
said fill. Truss Rods will be delivered
by Lincoln County at Summit, Ore.
gon. - All bids to be in lump sum for
completed bridge, approaches and fill
and on forms furniBlied by the County
Clerk and must be accompanied by a
certified check to the amount of 5
of the amount bid, payable to Lincoln
County. Checks of unsuccessful bid
ders will be returned immediately
Check of successful bidder will be re
tained until contract is executed and
bond approved, and In case of failure
to execute contract to be held by Lin
coin County ' as liquidated damages.
All bids to be in accordance with plan
on We in the County Clerk's Office
and must be filed with the County
Clerk at Toledo, Oregon, on or before
10 o'clock A. M. Thurad.iv. Nnvemhpr
3rd, 1321. Plans may be examined at
the office of tho County Clerk.' No
extra plans.
The County Court reserves' the right
to reject any or all bids.
Carl Glldersleeve, Co. Clerk.
Notice is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of Tolodo,
Oregon, will receive sealed bids .for
the grading and planking of certain
streets in the city of Toledo, aa ft'.
lows, to-wlt: '
360 feet on Nutley street.
210 feet on Division street,
50 feet on "C" street.
Bids to be filed with the City Re
corder at his office In Toledo, Oregon,
on or before fivei n'elnrir P at m m.
day, October, 24th, 1921, all bids to be awarded. You are cordially Invited to
atuuujirauiBu uy a ceruuea clier:c at,...i
equal to 10 of the amount bid. The ., '..
successful bidder will be required to AI liartin nas funi new wav to
file a bond equal to the amount of bid. "B potatoes. Ho says that he takes
Plans and specifications covering tlio
work may be seen at the office of the
Recorder. The Council reserves the
right to reject any or all bidB.
By order of the Common Countiil.
George Andrews, Recorder.
For phonographs see Colvin.
' For rubber boot see Colvin.
L. J. Brown bad business at Eddy-
villa Saturday. ,
For bed springs and mattresses see
Colvin. '
. Prof. Henry Howell was down from
Eddyville over Sunday.
Torn Harding came down from Elk
City Tuesday evening. v
Men's and boys' underclothing at
B." F. Jones of Newport passed thru
to the Valley Tuesday. ,
M.' W,. Small, the Elk City sawmill
man, was in tlie city Tuesday.
Acquapellet rairnTest and Rubber
Guy Roberts the sawmlllman had
business up the line Tuesday,
rain Hats. The Bootery.
For school supplies and stationery,
see Colvin.
S. T. Loudon was down from Ed
dyville Friday.
E. C. Kreeland, the movie man from
Newport, was in the city Sunday.
"Ball. Band" rubber boots, shoe and
rubbers. The Bootery.
Capt. Win. Matthews was up from
the Resort City Wednesday.
Tinware, granite ware, copper wash,
boilers etc., at Colvln's.
O. V. Hurt passed thru Wednesday
enroute from Waldport to Corvallls.
'Maurice Andersen drove over from
the Siletz Tuesday In his flivver.
''Bill" Ewlng went out to Corvallls
Wednesday, where ho will work this
Arrived Large shipment of "Lion
Brand" shoes for" men and boys. The
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Wakefield of
Klk City were Toledo visitors Wiaf
nesday afternoon.
You will want a bottle of the won.
derful Tanlac remedy. . You can get It
from Toledo Drug Co.
Come to the open meeting at the
Chambsr- of Commerce room Friday
evening, October 28th.
Rv. falter Ross and wife were In
the city Saturday enroute to their new
home at Springfield.
S. E. Newklrk end Bert Howe went
out to Corvallls Sunday for a few days
China Pheasant shooting.
J. E. Cooler returned Sunday from
a hunting trip in the south end of the
Banker and Mrs. C. E. Hawkins re
turned Saturday noon from a trip to
Wm. Toner was up from Yaqulna
Tuesday looking after business inter
ests. 1
Dr. L. Hoyt Brown returned Sun
day from a trip to Corvallls. The doc
tor expects to leave here about the
first of November.
i Mrs. Miller returned to her home at
Newport Wednesday evening, having
been visiting her -sister here, Mrs. D.
S. Conrad, and family.
Mrs. H. Davlsson departed for her
home Tuesday, after a couple of
weeks' visit with her daughter, Mrs.
C. W. Meyers, and family here.
The now school house In the east
side of district 10 is rearing comple
tion. The building is located near the
Weydemeyer & Johnston ranch north
east of Toledo.
At R. S. Van Cleve's: 4 Glasses Jelly,
50c; 4 Cans Kaorna Cleanser, 25c;
4 Cans Colton Peas, 60c; 4 Pounds
Small White Beans, 25c.
W. K. Patterson, Bert Geer, Bob
Mann and Jim Hammond departed
Wednesday for a hunting trip in the
Yachats country. They drove down
In Mr. Patterson's car.
G. L. McCaulou Is installing .a gas
engine In his planing mill to drive his
machinery. Mr. McCaulou formerly
used electric power, but since the dis
continuance of day service lias been
forced to work at a great disadvantage.
The ladies of '.lie Order of Eastern
Star will give a card party ot Masonic
Hall Saturday evening, October 22nd.
Lunch will be served. Prizes will be
A A. 1 1 1 A. J A J A L M- .M. A m. M. 1 M A. J, .m. M 7
See the Champions
NOV. 5-12
$75,000 in Premiunu Beef and Dairy
Breedt Horxu, Swiue, Sheep and Goats
Immense Poultry and Rabbit Show Wes
tern uairv f-r'-t'-i-'i ..i. Sn, ticiilr i
nd thrilling Night Horse Shows. M ,
Lerteet expoeition afite kind in Ammricm
IO acrvu under onoroofl
Newport, Ore., Oct. 18.
Lincoln CountyLeader:
I would like to use a little of your
pace to discuss the tax levy of 1921
In order to bring out some tacts that
may be useful In considering the
equity of the present system In its
relation to the next levy. As a basis
for comparison am taking Benton Co.
as we are more familiar with our
neighbor than with others.
In apportioning the state tax among
Tho ladies of the Eastern Star will
give a curd party at tho Masoalc-Star
Hall tomorrow evening, October 22nd,
(Every one invited. . 2
For those who are in need of a rem
edy for kidney troubles and back
ache, it is a good plan to try Doan'i
Kidney Pills. They are Btrongly re
commendediby people in this vicinity.
T. J. Anderson, retired rancher, 342
the different counties In the ratio of E- 4tn St., Albnny, Ore., says: "Doan's
the cash values of the property as- Kldner p'IlB L have e lot '
, , , ' ' to me and I em glad to recommend
sessed the Tax Commission fix a ratio tnem. My kidneys were out of order
for each county giving In their Judge- and I had severe, backaches and sharp
ment the ratio between the assessor' Pulns across nij Kidneys. Wlien I
valuation and the cash value of prop- "looped over, a sharp catch in th;
. . , , , , ., , . i small of my back bothered me and
erty assessed. Lincoln's ratio is !)0, my kQneyg did not act rlght-, i U8fld (
Benton's 60 per cent. I Doan's KIdnoy Pills for this trouble
One ninth of Lincoln Co. total and and they (We me relief, strengthen
two thirds of Benton's Is added to ",my kldneyg' 7,18 backaches left,
the assessor's valuation to give the price 60Ci at al, deaIer8 Don.t
equalized valuation. simply ask for a kidney -remedy
The tax Is then apportioned among got Doan's Kidney Pills tho same
the counties in the same proportion tllftt Mr- Anderson had,. Foster-MU-
,, ,,, ,, ,, u . burn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
that their total valuation bears to the
total equalized value of the whole '
state. I da not know how the county ( JxPfl Crfi!! fri7f5!
iauu ia urnveu at iry uie commission
but wish to show in its application
where It Is unfair. The cities of
Benton Co. appearing In 1920 consus
are Corvallls and Philomuth with a
population of 6343. In Lincoln Co.
Newport and Toledo with population
$310,000 to Aid
'Clean-Up' Drive
An appropriation of $310,000 for
Red Cross work In connection with the
"i-lftiiii.im" f...i...,t.,n I. I... .u-
of 1258; a ratio of 6 to 1-U.ualized . Government 10' Z "d'Z. of aU
value ot town lots. Benton Co. 2,758,- disabled service men who arc tinkled
860. Equalized value,' town lots, Lin-1 to Federal aid before the proper gov-
coin Co. 1719,000. Population ratio 6 ernment bureau for notion, has beca
to 1. Taxation ratio 4 to 1. Equalized n,"le nv t,,e Anierlrnn Bed Cross,
value Improvements on city lots, Ben-' T1'" ,I3xwutlve t!"'"'i'f f tho
I t e. .mne ' il l' "i'"H I1III1IUI lifll lilt? 1JIMHUIH1-
Lincoln Co. $476,316. Population , atlon o( jooo of this sun. to the
ratio 5 to 1, Assessed value 3 to 1. ' American Legion to defray the ex
There are four residences in Newport pense of the Legion representatives
whose asking price If for sale would assigned to the various districts of
To Insure Insertion In current
week's Issue, all changes for adver
tisements should be handed In not
later than Wednesday evening.
(35) DAIRY TO RENT, to respon
sible party for term of years, renter
to take horses, cows and machinery.
Anyone wanting to rent, call on cr
'address, I, J. Pepin, Chitwood, Oreaon.
Also Costwold ewes In lots to suit'
purchaser at their actual value.
Private Office for Examinations
Prices Reasonable
F. M. French & Sons
Optometrists and Optician
Albany,- . Oregon
Sewing Machines for rent $3.00
per month. Batoman Furniture Co.
Professional Engineer In the State
cf Oregon. Topography work, Civil
Enfjtneering and Sub Division work.
A. j. McMillan, Toledo, Ore&o.i
liiq nucui uu ma nva iuuui cultiva
tor end plowB tho potatoe out with
lit. Says it works as good as a high
priced potato dlggor.
(Mayors, bankers, lawyers", promi
nent government, state and county
officials, prominent business and pro
fessional men end Ministers of the
Gospel have endorsed Tanlac. Toledo
Drug Co, i
G. B. McCluskey, J. B. Booth and
R. V. Mann spent several days hunting
In the Yachats country the first of the
week. They did not stay as long as
they intended on account of the rain
The Leader is now taking sub
scriptions to the Dally Oregonlan "one
full year at $5.00. Dally and Sunday
one year $7.00. Weekly one year 75c.
This offer expires Oct. 31, so act at
Loader subscriptions received this
week are: Mary A. Day, Toledo, Or.;
W. It. Tindall, Toledo, Or.; Mrs. Ra-i-liol
King, Toledo, Or.; Chas. Car
liucliacl, Siiutz, Or.; O. V. Hurt, Cor
vnllii. Or.; G. C. Doty, Waldport, Or.;
John Wehnrg, Siletz, Or.; W. II. Hunt
s' u 1:it. Ti.li!i), Or.; Kohl. Tiulimm,
Siletz, Or.; A. GK'blsch, Toledo, Or, .
exceed $4000. There are not to ex
ceed ton more whose askins price
would exceed $3000.
Compare this with the number of
high priced houses In Corvallls and
notice the inequity. Looks like the
tax ratios need adjustment.
The writer has a letter from tno
State Tax Commissioner stating he
considered our ratio of 90 too high
and also stating that the Railroad Co.
had examined the records in Lincoln
Co. last year and that In the sales
of lands the assessed values were
only 5S per cent of the selling price. ,
This would seem an Intention to make
the Veterans Bureau,
The remainder of the appropriation
was authorized for apportionment
among the several Divisions nt the
Red 'Cross for currying on t!K part
of the "clean-up" work thnt falls di
rectly upou the Red Cross organization.
Young America
Sends Vast Relief
To Needy AbroaJ
Various relief projects of the Junior
American Red Cross In European
countries resulted In helping 237,0011
esnfllfA rhl fltvn riiiHnir th loo aa
our county ratio only 60. This would i CBl yenr. according to th. .,n....'i r.
only Increase our equalized assess- port of the American Red Cross for
mont 60 per cent and add $0 million that period. The growth of the activl.
dollars to the valuation. It would in-! tlM of 'he Juniors abroad is mnnl.
croase the state apportionment to
Lincoln Co. on the basis of tho 1920
assessment, roll Borne $37,000 a mere
trifle perhaps to the tux Commissioner
but very vital to Lincoln Co.
It looks as though our Coirhty Court
and Aasossor should be on hand at
meeting of tax commission and see
that we do not got something handed
to us. -
Next week if allowed would like tu
offer a few HUggeslloiu to remedy- tiio
existing conditions.
Yours Truly,
Geo, BUnch.ird.
fested by a comparison which shows
this figure Is 200,000 larger than that
of tho previous fiscal year.
The National Children's Fund raised
by school children, members of the
Junior American Red Cross, was
drawn upon for $4'J0,5ri7 for these pro
ects. Receipts for the National Chil
dren's Fund during the last lls'ul year
totalled $tol,317. '
America Succors Russians '
Fond, clothing and uicdlcnl relief
costing $700,000 hns been provided by
Hit" American Red Cros.i for the thou-s:-.;.ds
of Russian r T . ,ees strain!.1'!
last year lu Coiialumiuuple and vi-

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