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lFFiif-iHrf? fKN4NiMKRf4RHRRESRR Married In Toledo, Oregon.
R Tuesday, January 11, 1910, Miss
My line is now
All new and up to the
, MINUTE STYLES
A bigger line than ever
J. 5. Akin
jfjj twiiu jyt 'yjyjyJv
G res test Assortment tff every des
cription ever eeen in Lincoln County
A Beautiful Line of
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty
(Tlilrtjr Yesr"s Experience)
H. E. PETERSON,
Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician
Succeed" when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
it is the best medicine ever soltf
over a druggist's counter.
Ina Hiser and Mr. Frank Sturde
vant, Justice M. N. Andersan offi
ciating. The bride is the eldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Hiser and
haa lived with her parents on the
farm on Mill creek near this place
for several years, and is a most
estimable young lady. .
The groom is the eldest son of
Ralph Sturdevant, and has also
lived on Mill creek for many years,
and is a very industrious young
The Leader extends congratula
tions and best wishes.
MAKING I.IFK SAFER.
Everywhere life is being made more
afe throned the work of Dr. King's
.New Life PillF in Constipation. Bilious
ness, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, I-iver
Troubles, Kidney Diseases and Bowel
Disorders. They're easy, but sure, and
perfectlv build op the health. 25o at
Toledo Drue Co. -
tl. 8. Land OHce, Portland, Oregon,
December 80th, 1909.
A sumr.1c.nt contest affidavit having been
filed in tbla office by J. H. Cult, contestant,
against homestead entry No. 16129, made De
ember 27th. 1906, (or Lot 29, section 10, town
ship 7 south, range 11 west, b., Andrew A. Oa
born, ennteMee, In which It is alleged that
taid Andrew A. Osborn haa never erected or
cansed to be erected a hnnse or cabin on said
land either before or after making mid home-
nor made any improvementa on aiiid land:
that atd Andrew A. Osborn haa wholly aban
doned said land from the date of said entry
10 the present time: that said entryman hns
never cleared or cultivated any of aaid land;
-that aald alleged absence from the aaid lnnd
Tti not due to his employment In tho army,
navy, or marine carp of the United States aa
private soldier, officer, aeumnn or marine
during any war In hlcb the United States
night have been engaged; aald parties
are hereby notified to appear, respond and
offer evidence touching said allegation at 10
o'clock a. m. on February 10th, 1910, before the
Register and IleceWer at the United 8tates
1-and Office In Portland, Oregon.
The aald contestant having, In a proper affi
davit, filed Deo. 80th, 1909, set forth facts which
show that after due diligence personal service
f this notice can not be made, il is hereby
ordered and directed that such notice be g'.veu
Algernon 8. Dbhssur Register.
See Dalaba, at Elk City, for your
A WRETCHED MISTAKE
to endure the itching, painful distress
of Piles. There's no need to. Listen:
"I suffered much from Piles," writes
Will A. Marsh, of Stiver City, N. C,
' till 1 got a box of Buckleu's Arnica
Salve, and was toou cured." Burns
Boils, Ulcers," Fever Sores,' Eczema, j
Cuts, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, van
ish before it. 25o at Toledo Drug Co
Restoration to entry of land In National
Forest. Notice is hereby siven that the lands
described below, embracing 152.5 acres, within
the Siuslaw National Forest. Oregon, will be
subjeet to settlement and entry under the pro
visions of the homestead lawa of the United
Rtatesand the act of June 11, 1906 (84Stal.,2C3),
at the United States land office at Portland.
Oregon, rn February 21, 1910. Any Settler who
has actnallv and In iroml faith claiming any
of said lands for agricultural purposes prior
to January 1, IPOS, and has not abandoned
same, haa a preference right to make a home
stead entr for tlie lands actually occupied
Said lands were listed npon the applications
of the persons mentioned below, who have a
preference rln-ht subject to the prl-r right of
sny such settler, provided such settlor or ap
plicant l&j)uatlfled to make home tend entry
and the preference right Is exer-l-e l prior to
February 21, 1910, on which ! i thi lands
will oe subject to settlement and ent-y hr any
qualified person. The lands a-o a follow:
The s',$ of sw'4 of ne'i. the w' o' of t'4
and the nw'4 of se, Pee. 4. T. 7 P.. It 10W..W.
M.,80 acres, lis.ed npon the np11rtMnn of
Joseph Ollln of R. 6 Revere St.. Portland. Ore
gon : Mst 6-1.19. The ae1 of se'of sw'. the r
of sw'4 of e!4. the of nw of w'$ of se,
the ne'f of swl of sei, theeii of sw'.of nw!
oTscand th se'of nw4 of self. Pop. 28. T. 6
8., Tt. 10 W., 60 acres, application of Solomon
Telun of Rose Lodge. Oregon ; LM 6-148. The
ne'4 of se'4 lot 8 and the n' of of lot 9, Sec.
1.T.88.R. 10 W., 12.50 acres, apilicntlnti Le
nnJler P. Sampon, No. 232 Stout St., Portland,
Oregon; List 6 IBS. Fred Drnkftt, Commis
sioner of the General Lnnd Office. Approved
November 22. 1919. Frank Piercs, First As
slMnnt Secretary t the Interior.
NOTICB FOt PUBLICATION.
U. 8. Land Cfllce, Portland. Oregon,
December 24,1909. '
Notice i hereby given that George Henry
Sampson of Rose Lodge, Oregon, who, on July
20, 1903. made homestend entry No. 0114, for nl$
seJi and iie'if cf sw!4, . T 8 8 , R. 9 W.
and on Murch 18, 1909, Additional Homestend
entry No.OlfinS, for of neVi, see.6, township 8
south, mnpe 9 west, Willamette Meridian, has
filed n tiee of intention to make final com
mutation proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before the Keglsterand Re
ceiver, at Portland, Oregon, on the 4th da
of February, 1910.
Clnlmnnt names aa witnesses'.
David N, Rogers, Gustav F.lle. Andrew SplI
liers and Albert Elle, all of Falls City, Oiegon
Ai.eiR.rt6n S. Dkkrsek, Register.
A good work mare, weight about
1000 or 1100. Price $50.
LAND AND ABSTRACT
' w. . anv-b '" -rT V?1 SWI
WaTe an up-to-date and eornplete
net of Allract of IJncola (Jounijr.
Remember the Firemens' dance
February 22, 1910.
The Firemen's Annual Ball will
be given on the evening of February
See Dalaba, at Elk City, 'for wild
A good paying business, at a bar
gain if taken at once. My moving
picture theatre- in' Newport, fully
equipped with our electric plant.
.Will instruct investor how to operate
plant.' Reason for selling going to
Canada. Call or write "to, ' '
Otto Brown, Newport Or.
Grenwald Jensen went to Eugene
Grant King was over from Siletz
- S. J. Copeland went to Elk City
Columbia Red Top batteries at
Newton & Nye's.
C. M. Winant of Newport was in
the city Tuesday.
J. F. Stewart went to Albany
J. Q. Adams was down from
Rev. Pearce of Siletz is 'a Port
land visitor this week.
Jack Zumwalt of Eddyville was in
the county seat Tuesday.
J. Jenson is moving his family
back on the ranch this week.
Ex Assessor J. H. Lutz was down
from Portland the first of the week.
Frank Falcon went to Portland
yesterday morning for a few days
County Cletk Ira Wade went to
Portland hist Saturday morning,
returning last evening.
Fred Russell returned Wednesday
evening from a several weeks' visit
with his mother at Roseburg.
George C. Walker of the Modern
Improvement Company was a Port
land visitor the latter part of last
Miss Ethel Ross returned to Port
land Saturday morning, after a two
weeks' visit with her parents, Sheriff
and Mrs. J. II. Ross.
Zenas Copeland and Fred Cham
bers went to Nortons Tuesday morn
ing to visit a few days with George
Chambers and family.
Mr. and Mrs.': Chan. Hyde de
parted Monday morning for Port
land where Charles has secured a
position with the Pacific States Tele
Those to receive the prizes given
by R. S.Van Clove weie, Miss Elinor
Grady won the Silveryare set; Mrs.
Al Waugh, the safety razor; Mrs.
Stewart, the hat pin.
The C. & E. company's construc
tion train went down to Mill Four
Tuesday evening to begin the con
struction of the draw in the bridge
across the slough at that place, to
admit the passage of the diking
dredge, Chetco, which will soon
begin the work of diking the hun
dreds of acres of tidelands along
Wednesday evening at about six
o'clock fire was discovered in Dr.
North's room at the Merchants
Hotel ami , fortunately was extin
guished before it gained seriois
headway. Had its discovery been
delayed a few moments' later, the
building would hitvo been doomed.
The firo originated around the
stove pipe. Dr. North burned his
hands quite severely- in fighting the
fire. - . ..
Last Saturday evening the local
Odd Fellows and Rebckahs held
their annual joint installation of
officers, winding up the affair with
a banquet. The members of the
local lodges were surprised by a visit
of fifteen meniliera from Newport
lodge. A most enjoyable time' was
reported by all who were present.
When You Think
Of the pain which snaay women experitmo) wM6 every
month it makes the (entleoeas and kindness alaseia aasoci
ated with womanhood teem to be almost m" miracle.
While in feneral no woman rebels against what she re
tarda a a natural necessity there is no woman who would
ot fladly be free from this recurring period of pain.
. 4 - Df. Piefe- Fmwrlf Preterlptlom asofte
wtak momem atroai mad mlek womem
wall, mad glraa them frecsfom tram palm,
it eatabllaaaa raialarlty, auba'ata latitat
matloa, aeala alcaratloa Met caraa
Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce byVteer,
fret. All correspondence strictly privet and aaoredl
confidential. Write without fear and without fee to World' Dispensary Med
ical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.
If you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to cure
them at home, send 21 one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of mailing
'y, and he will send you a frtt copy of hit great thousand-page illustrated
Common Sense Medical Adviser revised, up-to-date edition, in paper covers.
In handsome cloth-binding, 31 stamps.
INHERITED INDIAN LAND FOR SALE AT SILETZ, OREGON
Sealed bjds will be received for the following till uoou, January 24, 1V10:
ownirs DKuckirrteH ' ackkh
Mary Tsylor, et kl, w as Be 81 ft-8 M 00
Mary Taylor, et al, sw4 tvif-i Sec 14-6 8. and w!$ Sen. 23-6-8. ... 200 00
Mary Talor, et al, w tti swV See. 14-6-. and o'$ nw'4 Sec. 2S- 8 . 100 00
John D iwd, et nl. se nw Sec. 31-5-8.hu d r'i Sec. 82 &8 200 00
Mollis Hollla, Lot 24 and nwi sw, See. 84 and e'-j ne'-i se See
82-9-10 : 80 00
William Umatata, tats lt, 20, 29 and 80, Jee. 11-10-10 ... 80 00
Thomas Jackson, et al, w' nwJi Sec. 33 und s! rtyK and
2, Sec. 82-8-11. . 8!i 78
John Spencer. wVfsw'4 nwJi see. 4; se'4 nej snd Lotll.sec. 8-10 U IW 68
J. F. Cahil, et at, ni tvVt section 16-10 11 80 00
Osear Brown, et al. Lots 21, 22, 23 and 24, sec. 11 7-11 80 00
Non-Competent L&mls for sale al nam lime
Mary Rooney, Lots 7 and 8. Sec. 11.7-11 40 Mary Warner,
Nelllel.ane, sanditfnS ne'4 Sec. 22-9-9 go 00 Nellie Johnson
Susan I.aChance, ne'4 se4 and w'-4 se4 so'4, Sec. 33 5-8 60 00 Snssu l.aChanee '
Charles Sutton, s so, see. 8-10 9 80110 Charles Muto'
Uns Rlppin, li Lot 15, Lot IB and s!4 se'i sec 5, and It
. 1, and nw Lot 8, Sec. 8-10-9 80 42 t.eim Itlppln
Joseph Lincoln, ncfi se'4 and Lot 3, sep. 82-8-11 '. 67 19 .Joseph Lincoln
Patents and deeds will contain the following clause : "And th re is re
served from the lands hereby granted a right of way tiikreon for ditches i r
nals constructed hy authority of the United States."
. Sealed bids will be received up to 12 o'clock, noon, of tho various days npon
which they are listed to be opened in above schedule, and must be directed to
Knott C. Egbert, Superintendent, Siletz, Oregon. Knvelnpex containing bucIi
bids should not have noted thereon the description of the laniis to which the
bids relate, but there shall be noted on such envelopes the dato upon which the
bid is to be pened. Enclose certified check for at, least 25 per cent, nf your
bid. Checks should be drawn payable to the order of KNOTT C. EGBERT,
Supt. and Special Disbursing Agent, in Charge of Siletz Agency, Oregon.
Splendid heating stove for sale.
Enquire at this office.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hall were
over from Siletz yesterday.
P. A. Miller came down from his
home at Pioneer last evening.
Grant Hart was down from Chit
wood the latter part of last week.
Walt. Harding and family moved
to Yaquina the first of the week.
3 . F. Stewart made a short busi
ness visit to Newport last Friday.
Superintendent K. C. Egbert was
over irom buetz the nrst oi the
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Payne left
yesterday morning for a visit at
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stanton left
yesterday morning for Spokane,
Washington, being called there by
the illness of their daughter, Flora.
All Columbia Cylinder Machines
sold by H. L. Veit will be fitted
with two and four minute attach
ments. Call and see them; play
them, and be convinced that there
are none better.
Ren us Arno?d has received the
knocked-down frame for his new
launch . He will commence putting
it together immediately. He will
install a 16 horsepower gasoline
engine in the boat.
Tuesday evening Ed Ray and Mr.
Sweet were brought to Toledo and
waiving examination were bound
over to the next grand jury to answer
the charge of killing cattle in the Big
Elk country. They are now in jail
Mayor R. A. Bcnsell of Newport
was transacting business lefore the
Commissioners' Court here last Fri
day. Mr. Bensell informs us that
things are lively in his city. The
work on the city's waterworks is
progressing nicely, about two miles
of ditch has been dug, one carload
of piping has arrive I and more will
be received as fast as it is needed.
More cottages will be erected this
spring, and . many more improve
ments made. The outlook for a
busy Summer was never Wltr than
NOTICK FOK PUBLICATION
V. 8. Und Onive, Portland, Oregon,
December lllh. 1909
Notice is hereby given that Jenny Dlcklu
sou, of Toledo, Oregon, who, on May 17th.
1W9. mad Timber Application, No. 0163:1, for
se of neV, Sec. 22, township 11 south, range 10
wett, Willamette Meridian, has Died not lee nf
Intention to make finiil Timber proof, to es
tablish elnltn to the lnnd above described,
before Ira Wade, County Clerk, at Toledo)
Oregon, on the 4th dar of March, 1910.
claimant name' as witnesses;
C. B. Crnsno and Alden Dickinson, both ot
Toledo, Oregon and O.O. palabu and Laura
E. Dalaba, both of Elk City, Oregon.
Algkrnom 8. Drkshkb. Register.
In the Circuit Court of tho State of Oregon
for Lincoln county,
Michael Knsul and Ida Knanf, plnlutiff's.
Albert N. Cooper, Sarah L. Cooper, Thomas J.
Thorp, Mrs. M. C. Thorp, Mlchaol Mariello
and Mnry Marsello, defendnnta.
To Obert N.Cooper, Thoma" J. Thorp, Mich
ael Mnelloand Mary Maraello,nlove named
In the name of the state of Oretror.:
You and each of you are
hereby summoned and required to appearand
answer the complaint of the plaintlll's In the
above entitled suit, now on die In the office of
the Clerk of the above entitled Court, on or
before the Ust day named In the order for
publication of this summons, maue by the
Connty Judge of Lluooln county, Oregon, (be
ing tlm County where the above entitled snlt
la penning In theOlronlttVinrt for said County
and State) which said order Is hereinafter re
ferred to.to wit on or before six weeks from the
day ot first publication hereof.
And von are hereby notified, that If you and
each or either of yon fall to appear and answ
er the wild complaint as herein required, for
want thereof plnnttrTa wilt apply to the above
entitled Court far the relief demanded and
prayed in said complaint, namely; a decree
of the said Court that plaintiff's title to '
the north west quarter of the tooth eat
quarter, the south east quarter of the north
west quarter, tne sonth west quarter of th
north east quarter and the north east quarter
of the south wet quarter of section ssvnii.
townrhlp thirteen south, range eleven weat of
Willamette Meridian in Oregon, Is good and
valid, that yon said defendants and each of
yon, have no etate, right, title or Interest
whatever In or to said lands or any part I here- .
of. and that any and all claims whatever that
yon or either of you mav have against said
fluids la wrongful mid without right. and that
yen and each of you be forever enjoined and
debarred from asserting ay claim w atever
of, in or to said lands and premisesor any part
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.iiHrmii . a n dir. iu iiimi i.iii. mm . u v. -
orand further relief as may be equitable and
for plaintiffs costs and disbursements.
This summons Is published lu the Lineoln
County Leader once a week far aix eunseoti
live and sncoeaalve weeks, beglnlng with tho
Issue of December 10th, 1909, and ending with
the iHttift of the 21st day of January. 1910, un
der and In puYMuance of the directions eon
talned Irfan order made by the iioh'ftiaa.'lt.
r.ardner, County Judge of Lincoln' County,
Oregon, toeing the County where tire 'above
entitled suit is pending in the above entitled
Ch-cult Court) 1 'il
DateoTthh 8ih day of December, iow.'
' r C, E. Hawkins, .
Attorney fur plalutlrTs.
. Fpr Johnson's Pheasant brand
Hour, shorts, wheat, oats ami chick
en feed, go to Costello's Watkh.
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