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Lincoln County Leader
OFFICIAL COUNTY FAPI'R
COLLINS & HAY DEN, PiBLisnERS
W. CAIISON, Prop.
fcDirel.t the pcw(onp t Toledo, Oretfou,
ivnnd-claiui mall mutter.
One Year f 1 50
SUx Mont lis - - "i
Three Months - 60
rlBply, 10 ct' n t per Inch per Iwuie.
lvnl and Rending Km leu, 5c per line.
Notice for Sale, Wiintod, Etc., Hvo lines or
tinder, 2.V per lmie! EOc per month.
Unmchttnd Notice", j; Timber Not Ices, f 10.
The Fir & Spruce Lunilier Coni
iany is building a large addition to
then mill nt tliia place. Tlie ad
dition is 40x90 feet and will house
two planers, a moulding machine
and a band rc-saw. Anotlier large
engine will he. installed to furnish
power to operate th s machinery.
When this re-saw is ready for oper
ation the capacity of the mill will
le greately increased as the circular
Haws will then-only cut the logs into
timbers and there-paw will rip them
Fire was discovered in the Hooker
RmMijig, on 1 1 i ! 1 Street in which i
located the postolliee and the real
estate office of Stanton & Crosno,
at about ten o'clock Wednesday
evening. An alarm was turned in
but the fire was extinguished before
the hose cart arrived. The fire was
confined to the partition which
divides tho building and orginnted
in the i!ue which is built in the
Hans Olson sold his place on
Olulhv slough to E. S. Erntson, the
first of the week. Mr. and Mrs.
Olson and two young children lefi
Tuesday morning for Carlton where
they will make their home, Mr.
Olson having purchased some prop
erty at that place. Mr. ond Mrs.
Olson are old and respected residents
of Lincoln County havinglived hero
a great many years.
Regular meeting of the T( ledo
Development League will be held at
City Hall at 8 p. m. Tuesday April
26. Every citizen and friend o;
loledo is invited to bo present
Business of importance demands
your attention, come and assist To
le.lo grow. C. B. Crosno
At the meeting of the City Coun
oil Monday evening permission was
granted to Lewis Montgomery to
build a reservoir or tank on tho
lot back of tho City Hall. This
reservoir is to be built of cement
and will bo" used to store water in
for use at the Fir & Spruce mill.
Next Tuesday is the anniversary of
Odd Fellowship. The Toledo lodge
w ith their friends will go to Newport
where a big celebration is to be held.
Tho steamer Truant will tako them
C. D. Wilson, the photographer,
will be in Toledo tho first of next
week. Those wishing view9 taken
may leave their orders at the Toledo
Mrs. It. N. Walters went to Chit
wood Tuesday to attend tio .funeral
of tiie four months' old babe of Mr.
and Mrs. Archie Pepin.
Frank Parker went to Albany
yesterday morning having secured a
position with the Albany Lumber
The Council, has ordered that a
Htrcet light be put up at the inter
section of Seventh and Railroad
T. W. Gorman an old time resi
dent of Yaquina is in Toledo look
ing after his property interests here.
C. W. Davies of the Modern Im
provement Company went to Port
land yesterday morning.
C. C. Woodford went to Elk City
yesterday morning for a visit with
Horseshoeing a Specialty. Black
smithing of all kinds. . Satis
TOLEDO - OREGON
KOTICK FOB PUBLICATION.
U. 8. Land Office, Portland. Oregon.
April 2nd, 1910.
Notice lit hereby given that Ole Amundsen
of Toledo, Oregon, who, tin September 13, l!Mi7,
made Momeiilead eppllcrllon No. IGS-fl, 'nl
No, 014M, for of ticj-i, Kection 84, town
11 nc'tilh, range 10 et, Willamette Meridian,
ha lied notice of intention to make llnal com
mutation proof, to establish claim to the land
above de i ilied, bofore County Cloi k, Lincoln
County, o egon, at Toledo, Oregon, on tho 10th
day tif May, 1910.
1 alii' ii nt unmet iia wltneases:
Vein Strand, J. M. K. Duller, I. F. Miser and
Eilcrt II. Steiutland, al' of Toledo, Oregon.
Chab. B. Munition, Register.-
j The Best Quality of $
Flour and Feed at
tbe Lowest Prices
R. S. VAN C LEVE
ijj TOLEDO, OREOON jjj
CARPENIjSR and SUING LEU
Cement Work a Specialty
All work Guaranteed
YAQUINA, - - OREGON
WE ARE AGENTS
Let us put an Edison machine in your home. We can sell just as cheap
as anybody. Come in and hear the new records. We are receiving
them constantly. We can furnish you any style you prefer.
' Edison P.ecord3 have the Tone and Quality. That Counts
Don't buy inferior, cheap records.
TOLEDO DRUG CO.
DR. WALTER M. BERRY
Inventor of the Berry System Crown and
Bridge Work. Late Principal Berry-PoHt-Giadimte
School, St. Louis, Missouri
Crown, Brldgo and Plate Work, and the care ol
Children's toetha Specialty.
IN TOLEDO Tnesday.'Wedni Bday and Thura
day of each wetk.
HAWKINS & McCLUSKEY
James McDonald went to Chit
wood yesterday on business.
Ed Paine went up to Chitwood
Tuesday to do some butchering
Attorney Bryson of Corvallis
passed through to Newport Monday
Paine & Gorke have installed a
gasoline engine to run their sau
Miss Blanche Jeffreys came over
from Corvallis Monday for a visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Fish.
Johnnie Peterson came :ver from
Albany on business Wednesday eve
ning "returning the following
C. W. Davies
amily into the
The Ladies Aid society of the M.
E. church meets with Mrs. Willson
Tuesday, April 26.
Imogcne Willson, Sec.
George Chambers and famy of
Nortons have moved to Toledo.
George will work at carpentering
See those Base Ball Shoes at
is moving his
ho recently pur-
' List 6 212
restoration to entry of hands in National
Forest. Notice li horeby given that the land
dencrlbed below, embracing 1)0 acres, within
the Siusluw Natlonnl Forest, Oregon, will be
I subject to settlement and entry nuder the pro
vision of the homestead laws of tho United
States and the net of Juno 11, JfCO, (34 Stat.
2:):!), at the United State land office at Rose
bnrg, Oregon on May 10, 1!)10. Any settler who
was actually and in good faith claiming any
of said land for agricultural purposes, prior
to January 1st, 1!'00, and has not abandoned
same, has a preference right to make a home
stead entry for the lands actually ocenpied
Said lands were listed upon the applications
of the persons mentioned belov , who have a
preference right Btibject to a prior right of
any such settler, provided such settler or
applicant is qualified to make homestead en
try and the preference right is exercised prior
to May 10, 1910, on which date the lands will
be subject to settlement and entry W any
tjii'imieu person, ine lanas are (M lollows
Then,$ of nwjof nw'of Sea, 25; the n$ of
neof nt!; theswj of ne4 ofneJi; the
ofseV4'orne; the wof neVi of se!; ' See,
26, T. 14S., K. H W., W. M.j listed upon appli
cation of Sampson Levins ot Octan View Ore
gon; List 6-212. 8. V. PtioonFiT, Assistant
Commissioner of the GenornI Lau-I OHIce. Ap
proved February 19, 1910, Frank Pierce, First
Assistant Secretary oJ.the Interior.
Lists (MC:i and -239.
Restoration to entry of lands ill National
Forest. Notice Is hereby given that the lands
described below, embracing 73.32 acres, within
the Siuslnw National Forest, Oregon, will be
subject to settleme it and entry under the pro-
visions of the homestead laws of the United
States and the act of J uno 11, 1906 (34 Stat., 233),
at the United States land oilice at Portland,
Oregon, rn May 10, 1910. Any Settler who
w as actually and In irood faith claiming any
ot said lands for agricultural purposes prior
to January 1, 1906, nnd has not abandoned
same, hui a preference right to make a home
stead entrj for toe lands actually occupied,
bald lands weiv listed upon the applications
of tho persons ihcntloned below: who have a
preference rlthl subject to the nrirr rlirht of
any nun suitiur, (ii-ovioeu sucn senior or ap
plicant Is qualified to make homestead entry
and the preference rl.nt Is exercised"prlor to
May 10, 1910, on which date the lands will
oe subject to settlement and entry by any
uallfled porsnn. The lands are as follows:
,ot 3 of See. B, T. 8 8., K. 10 W., W. M.: 0 82
acres, listed upon the application of Sardlus
1). Jenkins ol Kernvllle, Oregon; List 6-1C3.
The ne4 of se.1 of te: the e ef nwj of se)4
ofsej; the sw! of nw)i of to of teX' the
tiofsw!i of seofsej-i; the wi of awU of
re'-i of le'f, the s'of sw'4 of seU; the seW of
the neJiof theswof the iei of Sec. 3, the
nof nwof ne'4; tbe nwt of the se of
nwjof n!ij tho neW of swu of nwji ol the
iiel of See. 10, T. 8 S. K. 10V .j 72.5 acres, ap
plication of W. C. Maynard of Newport, Ore
gon j List 6-239. 8. V. PhoUDHt, Assistant
Commissioner of the General Land Office.
Approved February 21, 1910. Frank Pierce,
First Atslslant Secretary if the Interior.
Get the Habit and chew Zeno
Gum, for the breath. i
Get the Habi
AND GO TO
For Your Segars, Terbaker, Kandy, Frutes, Nuts, Lunch Goods, Etc.
We also carry a Large Assortment of Pipes and Smokers' Articles.
SW Short Order House and Pool Hall in Connection yj
AL WAUGH, Proprietor
Every woman likes a trim and
shapely foot. Unfortunately
many, in the mistaken belief
that they are making their feet
look smaller, get shoes that do
not fit them. The result is the
opposite of that intended.
A woman's foot i3 naturally
shapely there remains nothing
for her to do but to clothe her
foot in a shoe that will
follow perfectly its graceful
lines in short a shoe that
The surest way to have a
trim and shapely foot is to
American Lady Shoe
It is made on graceful lines that follow the form of the foot. A
great variety of styles and sizes make it possible for any woman to be
fitted in a style that pleases her fancy!
Come in and see the new styles for Fall and Winter, and let us fit you
in a shoe that is suited to you. We carry a large line of American
Lady bhoes in many styles, sizes, shapes and leathers.
T. P, FISH
R. D. BURGESS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
TOLRDO, ORKOON .
Office in Schenck Building. Office
hours : 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
p. m. Emergency Calls nt any time.
J. BURKEL, Proprietor
South end Railroad Avenue
"Fresh Bread, Fresh Pies
Orders out of town promptly filled.
"VT" A rl TIM A D I 7 I I HT-T-ir
( mCORPORA TED)
We Manufacture all Grades and
(No Sapling Growth Timber Used)
Special Bills on short notice
JOHN FOG RTY, Agt., Newport
O. R. ALTREE, - - - Manager
ti M inntMim-i i
.IV. . ..t. -Tj ..
INCOLN wOUNTY OANK
$10,000 Paid Up Capital
Drafts and Money Orders sold, payable at all principal point s
th United States, Canada and Europe.
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