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About Lincoln County leader. (Toledo, Lincoln County, Or.) 1893-1987 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1897)
WHO WILL BE OUR
What will the Legislature Do on
, Joint Ballot Next Monday?
The legislature of Oregon con
vened in its regular Bi-ennial ses
sion last Monday. There is a great
field of labor open to thetn, but at
present there is one subject that
overtops and hides every other one,
and that is the election of a senator
to succeed Senator John H. Mitch
ell. The situation is a most peculiar
one in many respects. Senator
Mitchell is a candidate for re-election
and so far there has not appeared
an avowed candidate against him.
Ordinarily this would presage an
easy victory for the candidate for
re-election, but it is not so in this
case, as the admission is most
general that Mitchell will be de
feated. Another thing out of the
ordinary is that at the June election
when thf Vtrislntnre was elected it
was generally known that Senator
Mitchell was a candidate for re
election, and republican members
of the legislature were elected with
that understanding. But things
change as time flies. The campaign
of 1896 was made sharply on the
silver issue, and Senator Mitchell
got en'angled av.d will probably
meet his Waterloo thereby. The
republicans declared for a gold
standard; Senator Mitchell was an
ope 1 and avowed free Silverman up
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Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon,
January 6, JS97.
KOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
following-namtd settler has filed notloe of
hiB Intention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the County Clerk of Lincoln county, at
Toledo, Oregon, on February 20, 1897, viz:
JOHN P. ALLKN, H. E.9,458,
for the southeast 'A of northeast 14, north 'A of
of southeast Vt, northeast Hot southwest of
section 4, town 11, south, range 8, west.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz: C. H. Young, Delbert 8. Fel
ton and F. A. Godwin, of Nashville, Oregon,
and L. C. Norton, of Norton. Oregon.
KOliEKT A. MILLER, Register.
The state tax levy for 1897 has
been made. It is 4 mills this year
as against 4.8 mills last year, or
not quite one mill lighter. Iri
reality it is greater than last year
as tbe taxable property in the State! his claim, and that said proof will be made be
r r . . . I fore the County Clerk of Lincoln County, at
Toledo, Oregon, on February a), HOT, viz:
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon,
January 6, 1897.
K0TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
following-named settler has filed notice of
his intention to. make final proof in support of
amounts to more this year than
last. The net valuation of Lincolti
county is $864,197, and the state
tax amounts to $3,456.79, or about
$3 state tax for every voter in the
MARTIN I.ITHKR GLASS. II. E. No. 9.517.
for the north i of southeast i, southwest i of
northeast yt and northeast i of southwest J4 of
section 12. town 12. south, range 9. west.
I He names the following witnesses to prove
nis continuous resilience upon anu uuiuvaiiuii
of said land, viz: Irvln Magee, Marion Hunt,
William F. Hyde, of EcMyville, Oregon, and
George Kehl, of Harlan, Oregon.
ROBERT A. MILLER. Register.
The mere rumor that President
elect McKiiiley has stated that, in
making his appointments, he
would not favor any one who held
office under the Harrison adminis
tration has started the cold stivers
down the back of more than one
office-seeker in Oregon. Colonel
Milton Weid'.er wants his old place
as collector of internal revenue, and
has now his agents out securing
names to his petition. John P.
Ward, who served as appraiser
under the Harrison and Arthur
regimes, expects to get his old
place back soon after McKinley's
inauguration. I.on Cleaver wants
his land office back, and, in fact,
to the dav of therenublirnn n.ntirmnl
convention. After the adoption of! there w har,lly an excePtion amoS
, .1 .r ! ineex-oiiice-holi'ers who are williiis
Hot lee of Final Settlement.
In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Lincoln:
In the matter of the estate of George W. Jack
son, Sr., deceased:
VOTICE IS HKKF.BY GIVEN THAT TIIK
undersigned, administrator of the estate of
George V. Jackson, Sr., deceased, has filed his
timil account of said administration in the
County Court of the State of Oregon, for the
County of Lincrln, end said court has Jix-.-d
fri''6j:ty, h!,rua;y and, 1N07,
a' l".ii'.r ji tun o'clock, a. n.., ut til" V.tv.vt
llou,e in 'ioio.:c, Lincoln cuonly, Oreirmi. tor
hearing objections thereto, uiui lor iho seitle
Dated li i.;9lh dayo: I'ecember, WM.
r. M. STANTOX,
Admli.i liator of the estate vi George W.
Jackson, Sr., deceased.
the gold plank in the platform
Senator Mitchell apparently sub
scribed to it and made a vigorous
campaign on that line. The re- j
suit was that he then and there lost 1
the support of the free silver men,
both outside and inside of his party, !
and it looks like he will also lose j
the support of the gold standard i
Elk City Items.
All kii:ds of weather.
Willie Powers is home from Mc
Minnville on a visit.
Mrs. R. A. Abbey went to Cor-
ivallis the last of the week.
In t!.? Circuit ' curt of the Elate of Oregon, for
I.inrt'i ri Cctiii'v.
Minni M. Am., Id, Harry L.l
Arnold and Minnie M. Ar-1
nold, guardian, plaintiff. Suit in Equity
vs. to foreclose
William Mackny, defendant.;
To William Mackay, the above-named defendant:
ut, j TN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON;
- You arc hereby summoned and reoulred tn
to sacrifice themselves on the altar , fffirfRlu.T.Twi,..tfSi !rn,pJfInt ol $e
lUUntiti8 in trie annvfi antftlpi unit nnw nn Hio
ot the federal treasury. Uregonian . ' ?'lb JJ "1terk.lLf S!16 "'"'ve-'iamcd court, on or
I J . before the fourth Monday, the 25th day of Jan-
""'j, icw, ii uuiu utu nrsi uuy 01 me next reg
ular term of the said court, to be h-ld at the
court room in the court house at Toledo, in Lin
coln county, Oregon; and you are hereby noti
fied that if vou tail so to Am-.pnr fltirl an.
I swer as heiein required, the l'iaiiitiil's will ap
ply to the court for the relief prayed for in
I their said complaint, namely: for a decree
j against you, the said William Mackay foi the
; sum i.f One Thousand Dollars in IT. 8. gold coin,
with Interest thereon in like gold coin at the
rate of itn er c-.-nt per annum from the 2HIh
I day of February, 18H5, until paid, and for t llo.au
us attorney a fees, besides the costs and dis-
I litirnt, O'ltDnf thto D,,lt. .in.l tW... .1 .
ith this complication of affairs i Col. F. J. Parker is expected out in the complaint be foreclosed and that
mii. iiiiiuuurcu -i hiki o in section In, and
1 ols numbered 1, 2 ami II In section 19, in town
ship 11 south, ranee 10 west, in Lincoln couutv,
()r;,'ou, and containing 1 r). t2 acres, be sold by
the sluritl'i.f Lincoln County, Oregon In the
lu'iiner prescriuitl Ly law for the sale of real
property und-r execution, and that the pro
ceeds ai Ling from such sale be appli .d, first to
the i.i'.yn.ent oi the costs and expenses of such
ml and of this suii, nndocxt to the pavnient
i f ih amount decreed to be duo the pluintilts
herein Including their said attorney's fees, and
that If the s.vno does not sell for enough to sat
is y plaliiilflV djinands In full thai, they may
have execution against any other prop rty for
thoucliceiivy, and that the sheriff put the pur
chaser rt ml. fakir.to in n if late possession
of the said premises, and that tho deiondant
and all pors .ns cSnLi.injr under him since the
28th day of February, I:, Le forever debarred
and foreclosed of all i lain, title, interest and
estate of, in and to said premises, and that the
p.aintift have the right to become the purchas
er at such sale: and lor such othor rule, order,
or relief as the Court mnyse.'in meet andequit-
Tills summons Is publish -d In the Lincoln
County Leader, for six successive and consec
utive weeks, Immediately prior to the 2rth day
of January, 1897, under and in iiursimiico n( ....
the legislature is confronted. It is down soon advance agent arrived
asserted by men who have carefully : 1;IS' uight.
canvassed the subject, that the free! Miss Iva Griffith is home from
sih-er republicans, the democrats; Philomath, where she has been vis
and the populists outnumber the j it:ng her mother,
gold republicans on the joint ballot. County Commissioner Godwin
by cue. If this be true, there is made Elk Citv a call on bis wav
every chance for a deadlock in the
election of a senator.
To be Settled in Court.
lienton county, it seems, is also
destined to have its day in cour!,
tl'.e trouble bein,-j over the accounts
of Kx-Sheriff 1). A. O.sbor.i. The
following is taken from the Times:
"Utnlon county is to have a law
suit with Kx-S!'.e:iffOsborii. Ever
Miice last Oemher, when J. H. Wil
ton ex pei ted the sheriffs books
and submitted to the county court
ii report claiming that Mr. Osburn
was still indebted to the couutv in
t!ie sum of $8,608.73, l"e matter
!is been the subject of speculation
and comment. Sheriff Osburn has
i.l a ays claimed that Mr. Wilson's
findings were incorrec t, and out of
.ho difference in Ihe figuring the
public has been much at sea. The
.clermiuaiion to settle the matter
in a court of justice, where all the
details can be thoroughly sifted, is
generally accepted as a wise course.
The order is as follows: 'In the
matter of claims due lienton county
from D. A: Osburn, it is ordered
by the court that legal proceedings
be commenced against I). A. Osburn
and his bondsmen as sheriff and tax
collector to recover whatever
amount there is due the said county
from D. A. Osburn, and W. S.
Hufford, county judge, is author
ized and instructed to employ couu-
1 1 1
sei anu proceed at once, and cause
legal proceedings to be brought
against D. A. Osburn and his bonds
men, as sheriff and tax collector, to
recover whatever amount there is
due the said comity from D. A.
home from court.
A. Rochester has a small force at
wotk in his quarry.
School opened Monday after a
week's vacation, with the usual
large attendance. Prof. Bethers
seems to give general satisfaction.-
All are commencing to look to
the Capital city now for news and
umvrior ine puoncallon ot said summons
made bvthe1 Hon. J. C. Kllllnrri.n Aa nrui.l
Court, at ltoseburg, Douglas county, Oregon, at
to wonder what this legislature will : ''"cenK' ioth f$'Kdle"eee...bor9th, m.
J. It. I1RYSON.
Attorney for l'laiutltl's.
January 13, 1897.
; Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Heal
l'roperty under Execution.
I VOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
an execution and order of sale Issued out of
I the Circuit court of the State of Oregon, for the
I ( ountv of Lincoln, dulv attested nnder the soal
of said court and bearing date December 2tth
I89., on a decree of foreclosure and sale rendor
: ""d entered In the said courtinasuitwheie
I !'.' f"1 V,', ,R"a "'""le l eo wero plaintiffs and
settle J. llakei and R. F. Maker were defend
ants, in favor of said plaintiffs and against said
. defendants Nettie J. llaker and R. F. Baker, for
I the sum of Thirteen Hundred and Seventy-live
I and Mi-UM Dollars, with inteiest thereon at the
, rate of ten per cent r annum, and One ilun
i d red Dollars attorneys' fees, and the further
sum of seven dollars cost, and furthor c.-,
this writ. Tbe aforesaid execution and'
' Merit talks" the KljSi
Intrinsic value ot H fe I lQ
Hood'BSaruaparilla. H C4lt9
Merit In medicine means the power to
cure. Hood's Sarsaparilla possesses actual
and unequalled curative power and there
tore It has true merit. When yon buy
TTrwt'a narcann.llTa nn It- . II
to directions, to purify your blood, or jMluttu
are morally certain to receive benefit.
The power to cure is there. Yon are not
trying an experiment. It wlU make your
blood pure, rich and nourishing, and thus
drive out the germs ot disease, strengthen
the nerves and buUd up the whole system.
Is the best, In tact the One True Blood Partner.
Prepared only by a I. Hood ft Co., Lowell, Mass.
t&T nm olnsinff out sfivprnl linn.
ggg o "UCS 01 my
or.nrl nnil will mnlrfi nrioos tnnf wrJli l.
" 1 xai oe sure
to sen tnem.- t
A call will convince you that I am
coll in v rji'nnni'ins rilin v 1
other house m tlie (Jounty.
T. W. GORMAN,
Shiit ofl tbe salary system and
put county officers on fees. Don't
tax men to pay for some other
persons' litigation or work. Under
fees county officers get . pay for
what they do, aud their pay from
the persons for whom they do their
HoOd'S Pills AlFi'riCa
Since McKinley is elected I have
several fine places for sale cheap.
borne well improved farms. Some
good sheep or goat ranches. If
you want good bargains come aud
see M. J. Allphin,
; . .nusiy shhi uecree aim execution, towit:
llaker s riace, containing eight and 68.100
acres; also llloclts N umber 6, 7, 8. 9. 10? 11 and
12, all in llaker's 1st addition to the Cilv of
Ncr.rt;also Lot8No. 1, 2 llandl-2 in Hiock
No. 1.1; and Uits No. 4,5,6, V, 8 and 9, in Block
14; and Lots No. 8, 4, S, rt, 7, 8 9 and 10 in Block
No. U and Ixts No. 1,2. 3, 4, 5, 8, fl, 11 nd 12 in
Block No Hi, in Itiiford.s Jnd addition to Alcx
anrtria. Now, therefore, in compliance with
.herl"wll,l o!!andUrder ' " "uch
Saturday, the ajrd day of January, 1807,
rtlSAh r.0' ,0'!lock.,ln the forenoon of said
rWr' Ji t f a0",1?01", 01 ,he l o"rt "ouse in the
t ity of Toledo. Lincoln county, Oregon, oiler
'or sale and sel at public auction to the hlnh-
Sihi'V St.'.i1 ? nM coln casn in hnd all
of the right, title. Interest and estate of the said
defendants in and to the said above described
real property, with the appurtenances, subject
to redemption, to satisfy the said execution
and amounts due thereon as above stated, to
gethcr w ith costs and accruing costs,
l'ated liecember 24, 161W.
G. A. LAJfniB,
Sheriff of Lincoln County, Oregon,
By J. II. Ross, Deputy.
CASH - STORE
Yaquina City, Oregon.
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Hardware, Tinware, Etc.
Goods Sold at
San Francisco Prices.
J. S. BOOTH, Frop.,
YAQUINA CITY, OREGON.
Flour and Feed, Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats.
Caps, Rubber and Oil Clothing.
BOOTS AND SHOES,-
-CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Cigars and Tobacco, Fru'ts and Confectionery.
Yaquina City, Oregon.
TOO LATE ! TOO LATE ! !
a piece of V
. Tf t AL.i r niAPP
(i 1a laic lu KCl Ull AUbtiaLl Ul 1IL1C ivj a i.v.v-
5 land after you have bought it aud found out that there are
I judgements and tax liens against it. The roper thing to
6 do is to have the '
I LIHCOLH COUHTY ABSTRACT COMPANY,)
of Toledo, make you an Abstract of Title before investing
pi your money. A business man now days never buys real h;
S estate without first obtaining evidence of a good title.
I We warrant our work to be absolutely correct. Address.
I Crosno & Peairs.
C. B. CROSNO & CO,
Heal IM& Agents d
HAVE BARGAINS IN
Farm Lands, Tide Lands, Coal Lands, To
Property in single Lots or Blocks
IMPROVED OR UNIMPROVED.
AbstrctofTitleto any property in Lincoln Com"
furnished on demand.