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My line is now
new and up to
A bigger line than ever
J. S. Akin
Misa Mary Frary is visiting
1 friends on Big Elk this week.
George Hodges and son, Delbert,
were down from Elk City today.
Ted McElwain is building a resi
dence on his property south of Fred
Mrs. II. E. Collins and little
grandson returned last evening
John Frey of Newport has ac
cepted a position on the dredge
'tender Mud Hen.
Henry Howell came over from the
Valley last evening for a visit with
Cecil McNeil returned the first of
? j the week from Newport, where he
Ehas been working for
Greatest Assortment of every des
cription ever seen in Lincoln County
A Beuutiful Line of
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty
(Thirty Year's Experience)
H. E. PETERSON,
Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician
OLEDO, ' OREGON
GOOD CtidGH MEDICINE FOR
CHILDREN AND GROWN
" We could hardly do without Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy," says Mrs.
Flora Despaiu of Boyd, Ky. " I found
it to be so good 'or the croup and have
used it for years. I can heartily recom
mend it for couRh.9, colds aad croup in
children and (frown folks, too." The
above shows the implicit confidence that
many mothers place in Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, a confidence based on
many years experience in the use of it.
No one need hesitate to use this remedy
for it contains no chloroform, opium or
other narcotics and may be Riven to a
child as confidently us to 8n adult
For sale by Toledo Drug Co.
NOTIcK FOll PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land Office, Portland, Oregon! x
Octobei 2, 1909.
Notice Is hereby given that Ralph 8. Stine.
ot Siletz, Oregon, who, on June 8th.
1908, made home-tead entry No. 16529. Serial
No. 01533. for ae1, section 25, township 9 south,
fringe 11 west, Willuniette Meridian, has filed
notice ot Intention to make final commuta
tion proof, to establish claim to the laud
Above described, before the Register and Re
ceiver. U. S. Land Office, at Portland, Oregon,
on the 16th day of November, 1909.
Claimant namesas witnesses:
Glen O. I'lement, G. E. Collins and Major
I.udson of SHletz, Oregon, and F. H. Koehler of
ALORNeN S. Drisser, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
V. 8. Land CHice, Portland, Oregon,
October 2nd, 190V
Notice la hereby given that Victor W. Tlehen
nr of Falls City, Oregon, who, on May 1st, 1908,
made homestead entry No. 16500, serial No.
01509. for sw'4 of nw, and Lots 8 and 4. sec.
6 and, Lots 1 and 2. section 6, township 8
south, range 9 west, Willamette Meridian, has
tiled in tlco of Intention to make final com
mutation proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before the Register and Re
ceiver, U. S. Land Office, at Portland, Oregon,
on the 12th day of November, 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses:
David N, Rogers, John 6. Bryant and Miles
L. Rogers of Falls City, Ore., and W. H. Finger
of Rose Lodge, Oregon. 1
Algernon S. Dkesser, Register.
WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
In care of a burn or scald what would
you do to relieve the pain? Such in
juries ure liable to occur in any family
and everyone should be prepared for
them. Chamerlain's Salve applied on
a soft cloth will relieve the pain almost
instantly, and unless the injury is a
very severe one, will cause the parts to
heal without leaving a scar, for sale by
Toledo Drug Co.
WHITE IS KING
Born 50 Years Ago.
Made in both VIBRATOR and KO
TARY styles. The latter machine sews
both a lock and chain stitch, making
two machines in one. Ball Baring.
Light ruuning. Greatest ranire of work
SewB the heaviest and lightest mater
ials perfectly. Full set steel attach
ments. Simple and durable. A child
i-au operate it. Unaranteed by the
maker. Many styles. Sold on easy
CAMPBELL, FELLMAN CO.
Pacific Coast Branch Office, White
bowing Co., Van Ness and Market St
San Francisco, California.
CORVALF IS & EASTERN
TRAINS FROM AND TO YAQUINA
No. 1 ( Passenger J-Leavex Yaquma.. 7:15 a n.
Leaves Toledo 7.44 a m
Arrives at t'orvallls n:16 a m
Arrivesat Albany.... ' 11:65 am
o. 2 (Passengerj-Lcaves Albany.. ..19:85 p m
Leaves Corvallis 1:25 ,, m
Arrives at Toledo 4:47 p m
Arrives at Yaquma 5:15 p m
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
No. 12 (Frelght)-Lv. Albany 7:0o a m
Leaves Corvallis 8:30 a m
Arrives Toledo S:10 p m
Arrives Yaquina 3 p m
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
No-18 (Frilght)-Lv Yaqulna 7:S0 a m
j-ves loieao g,i5 a m
::05 p m
""ve Ainany fS& p m
TRAINS TO AND FR11M DETROIT.
No. 8 Leaves Albany 7,30 a m
mvesat Detroit 12:80 p tn
Leavs Detroit . 1 -fin n m
Arrivesat Albany 6:55 p m
TRAINS FOR CORVALLIS
ft- Leaves Albany 7.n .
Arrives at Corvallis 8:80 a m
No. 8 -Leaves Albany n:So a m
Arrives at Corva'lia 12:35 p m
No. 10 -Leaves Albany 7:50 p m
. Arrives at Corvallis g'so p m
TRAINS FOR ALBANY
o. 5 Leaves Corvallis g:if,
Arrives at Albany , .
No. 7-leaves Corvallis
Arrivesat Albany .
t Leaves Corvallis..
6:55 a m
9:80 a m
10:10 a m
(1:00 d m
Arrivesat Albany 6:40 pm
REGULAR SUNDAY TRAINS
No. 11 Leaves Corvallis 11.15 a ,
Arrives at Albany .11:55 a m
All ol the above connect with Southern
Pacllio compHiiy trains, both at Albany and
Corvallis, as well as train for Detroit, giving
direct service to Newport and adjacent beach
es. as well as Breitenbnsh Hot Springs.
For further Information appty to
WM. McMURRAY Uen. Pass Agt.,
;.. , Portland, Or
, W. E. Pbtkrron, Agt., loledo
J. Dickinson and family departed
this morning for Thornton, Wash
ington, where they have property
W. S. Ingalls, a pioneer resident
of Newport, died at the Good
Samaritan Hospital in Portland last
Geese have been traveling south
in big flocks the past week. Some
of our sportsmen have been bagging
1 some of these birds.
John Loomis of the firm of
Loomis Bros., of Newport, and Miss
Clara Leonard were married at Oak
Grove, Missouri, October 6,
The Electric Light Company has
dug a large well this week to supply
water for their boiler. The-ereetion
of the poles will be commenced at
The old church at Yaquina has
been repaired and I will preach
there next Sunday, November 7th,
at 7:30 p. m. Everybody come.
Rowland Z. Brown.
The two-year old child of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Sijota living near
Kernville swallowed a three inch hat
pin. Last Saturday they took the
baby to Newport and the pin was
removed without injury to the child.
The Modern Improvement Co.
have the boiler and engine installed
on the barge for the pile driver and
are now building a cabin, They ex
pect to soon have the pile driver in
operation. The boiler and engine
have also been installed in there
At a call meeting of the City
Council last evening the resignation
of City Marshal Chas. Bradescn was
accepted and Ted McElwain appoint
ed to fill his place. Judges and
Clerks to officiate at the annual city
election to be held the first Monday
in December were also selected.
The council named E. J. Avery
chirman, Wm. Mackayand Samuel
Registered red Durham bull, No
23b2d8, four years old. .Best bull
in the county for $i0. Nash. Bros
Despair and Despondency
No en but womaa eta tell the story of the suffering, the
oetpair, iu tw despondency endured by women wko carry
a daily burden of Ill-health and pain baeauie ol disorders aad .
daranlementt of th delieatt and important organs that are
distinctly feminine. . Tha tortures so bravely endured com
pletely upset tha nerva il long continued.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a positive cur foi
weakness and disease ol the faminina organism
IT MAKES WEAK WOflEN STRONQ,
ICK WOMEN WELL,
It allays Inflammation, heals ulceration and'toMhes pals.
It tones and builds up the nerves. H fit lor wifehood
and motherhood. Honest madioin dealer sell it. and
hiv nnfhinrf tn tird ...-... ...... .i j... - . ..
h s b m.wu jum juai Mr guua
is non-secret, non-alcoholie and has a record ol lorty years of curat.
A Youb Niiohsois. They probably know oi some ol its many cures.
It you went a hook that tells all about woman' diseases, and how to cure
them at home, send 21 one-eent stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of mailing
? ,nd J wl" ""d you a frtt copy ol hi great thousand-page illustrated
common Sense Medical Adviser revised, up-fo date edition, id paper cover.
In handtome cloth-binding. 31 tamp. Addresi Dr. R.V Pierce, Buffalo NY
INHERITED INDIAN LAND TOR SALE AT SILETZ, OREGON
Sealed bids will be received for the following till noon, November sa, Iwoo:
Joseph O. Briggs, Lois 26 and 27 see W, and Lots 8 and 7 sec 35-6-U 80 Alice Saunders
Alice John, etal, Lots 17 and 18 section 28 9 10 4(1 Evans John
Dan Qnlcksty, Lot 8 sec lK-lg-ll , H7.7S Dan Qulcksey
Luna Evans, n sw sec 29-.l0 K0 Lena Wilbur
John F.CHhlll. etal, n'jfw'i sec 16-10-11 M Elisabeth Cahlll
Wary Callahan, etal,8sso4 sec. 22 ho'4 t'i, and
nw'ne'i see. 27, township 9, ranged 80 Peter Catlahati
Katherlne Evans, s'swJi sec 27-9-9 Thomas Hugh
Archie John-on eswsce.Sl townshiP9, range9 80 00 Winnie Johnson
William M. White, et al. se!$ nej sec. 8, and sw nw nc, 1,
township 10, range 9 MOO Chester M. While
Henry Bell wnwJi sec. 9, and e'jetfne see. 810-9 Wtt) Chesterllell
JosephlueTipto:!, wj.4' nei sec. 80-9-9 80 Oil Ercd Ilnruey
Non-Competent Lands fur sale at same time
ClJHriesftuttoii.sseJi,sc,6-10-9 RU Charles Huttim
Martha Johnson, nV$ nw!. fc)c. 28-9-9 80
Mamie Strong, Lots 8 nnd 9 sec. 10, township 8, range 10 (H.22 Mamie Mcllonalil
James Kensell, Lot 88, sec. 21, township 9, range 10 ...... 20 James HciimII CollliH
Pnients aud deeils will contain the InllowitiK clause: "And tbt-re is re
served from the lnuds hereby granted u right ol way tiikRkon for ditches or
nals constructed hy authority ol the United Stntes."
Sealed bids will be received up to 12 o'clock, noon, of the various days upon
which they are listed to be opened In above schedule, hikI must he directed to
Knott C. Egbert, Stiperinteiideut, Siletz, Orcgnu. Knvelopes cm)aitiln sucu
bids should not have noted thereon the dcseriptlon of the lands to which the
bids relate, but there shall be noted on such envelopes the dnte upon which the
bid is to be opened. Enclose certified check for Kt least 25 per cent, of your
hid. Checks should be drawn payable to the order of KNOTT C. EOBEKT,
Supt. aud Special Disbursing Agent, in Charge of Siletz Agency, Oregon.
U. S. Laud Office Business
Twenty yean,' experience bcfnje tin-J-iocal
and the General Land Ollice
and the Interior Department
at Washington, i). 0.
Rooms506 507 , , , A
Columbia Building PrOtlaild, Of.
Following is the Price Paid for
Produce in the Toledo Mar
ket. Corrected Weekly
Money to loan on real estate. O.
Middlekatjff, Yaquina, Oregon.
' Thia distiessing disease results from
a disordered condition of the stomach,
andean be cured by taking Chamber.
lains' Stomach and Liver Tablets. Get
a free sample at Toledo Drug Co'g, drug
store and try it.
A METHODIST MINISTER RECOM
MENDS CHAMBKRLAIN'S COL
IC, CHOLERA ASD DIARR
"I have UBed Chamberlain's Colic,
Colera and Diarrhoea Remedy for
several years for diarrhoea; I consider
it the best remedy 1 have ever tried for
that trouble. I bought a bottle a few
days ago from our druggist, Mr. R. R.
Brooks. 1 shall ever be glad to speak a
word iu its praise when I have the
opportunity." Rev. J. D. Knapp, Pas
tor M, E. Church, Ml les Grove, Ta.
Sold by Toledo Drug Co.
Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and ferqale
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, aa thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY. LIVER AND
it is the best medicine ever (old
over a druggist's counter.
Butter-fat, Toledo Creamery 3Gc
Dairy Butter 70c per roll.
Potatoes lc per lb. '
Onions 24c pound.
Veal Gc to 7c
Beef 5c to 6c.
Oysters SI. 90 gallon.
Clams 10c gallon.
Beef hides Gc.
Veal hides 7c.
I am now prepared to furnish
salt Salmon in any quantity. Now
is the time to order your fish while
they are fresh and fat.
John Anderson, Toledo.
NOTICE FOll rUMLICATION,
I'. S. Ltiinl onice, I'.dncburif, Oregon.
September 80, 1909.
Notice Is hereby Riven that An.ia D. MetlrliiH,
of Waiilport, Oreitoii, who, oil farmery -is, IfflM,
made hmnentearl application No, 111347, No.
03M'.l, for Lots 8 ami 1, and nwj$ of w, sec. 1,
and ne'i te',', fee 1, township IB south, ranire
11 west, Willuniette Meridian, hits died notice
of intention 10 limke tlnal live year proof,
to estalllh claim to the land above desnrliied,
before lni Wade, County Clerk of Lincoln
county, at Toledo, OreKoti, 011 the 18th day ot
( Iiilinant names ns witnesses!
Silas Hovel!, Wllllnm Jorrfensen, James
Harrison, J. 1. Williamson, Arthur Marks and
J. P. Wolf all of Waldport, Oi'eKon.
Benjamin L, KntiV, ReKlster.
After November 1st, 1!)00, my
prices on milk will be as follows:
Quart Vt cents; pints 5 cents.
Special rates to hotels.
G. R. iSchenck.
CROUP CURED AND A CHILD'S
" It affords me great pleasure to add
my testimony to that of the thousands
who have been beneUied by Chamber
laiu'a Cough Remedy. My child, An
drew, when only three years was tuken
with a severe attact of croup, nnd thanks
to the prompt use of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy his life was saved and
to-day he is a healthy boy, " says Mrs.
A. Coy, Jr; of San Antonio, Texas
This remedy has been Iu use ;for many
years, Ihousand of mothers keen it at
hand, and it hug never been known to
fail. For sale by Toledo Drug Co.
See Dalaba, at Elk City, for wild
Ever Ready batteries fresh from
the factory every few days at New
ton & Nye's.
U. 9. Laud Otlloe, l'ortlatid, Oreifon,
October lH'.h, 1909.
A surttcleiit contest affidavit having been
filed in thlsntllce by Lemuel K. Harris, contex
timt, ajriilnst hniiiestead entry No. UH92, made
June 1, mil, for iio', section '20, township 11
south, runae 8 west, by Toman C. Way, con
testee. In which It Is alleged that said contcs-
tce Thomas C. Way has never lived Upon said
land or made the the wimt, his home at any
time from the ditto of said entry ( this date,
nor has he ever cultivated said land or any
pari of same; nor has he over built a house 011
said land or mado any Improvements of any
kind or nature thereon, but that he hat utter
ly failed ro comply with the law relative to
residence cultivation and Improvements of
suld land and bits abandoned same from date
of entry to this date; that said iiMeKud absence
from said land wits not due to hla employment
In the army, navy or marine corps of the
United Hintes, during any war Iu which the
Culled States might have been engaged. Said
partlesarv hereby notified to appear, respond
and offer evidence touching said allegation
at to o'clock a. 111, on December Sth, 1909, be
fore Ira Wade, County clork of Lincoln County
at hla oftlca In Toledo, Oregon, and that Dual
hearing will be hold at 10 o'clock a. in. on Dec
umber -tlM, llio. before the Register aud Re
ceiver at the United Slates Land Office In
The said contestant having, In a proper affi
davit. Hied Oct. loth, 1U09, set forth fuels which
show thut after due dlllgenco personal service
ol this notice ran not be mado, It Is hereby
ordered and directed that such notice be given
by due and proper publication,
AlokhnoN S. Dhkskkb, Ruglster.
Oko. W, Mihkk, Receiver.
NOTICE FOll PUIIL1CATION.
V. 8, Land O filed, Portland, Oregon,
October 2, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that Ulen O. Clement
of Sllets,, Oregon, who, on July IMih, 1908
made homestead entry, serial No. OliiK,
for n)j of , see, 86, township 9 south,
range 11 west, Willamette Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make llttul Commutation
proof, to establish claim to the land above de
scribed, before the Register and Receiver, 17,
S. Land Otllce, at Portland, Oregon, 011 the ltiih
day of November, 1909. 1
Claimant names as witnesses:
R. S. Stlne, Major Ludklns. and O. E. Collins
of Blleti, Oregon; F. II, Koekler, Newport, Ore
A ui SBNoa B Dhiscis, Register,