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Lincoln County Leader
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER
R. 1. BURGESS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
MRS J. BURKEL. Propriety
South end Railroad Averiu
Fresh Bread, Fresh Plea
COLLIN'S & 1IAYDEX, Pcblisders
Office in Selienck Building. Office
hours : 10 to 12 a. in.; 2 to 4 hik! 7 to 8
p.m. Emergency Calls at any time.
Orders out, 'of town promptly filled.
Kn:red t the TMiKtoflice at 1 oledo, Oregon, as
Mscmid clan mail matter.
Dr. W. M. BERRY
THE TOLEDO DENTIST.
Will be in his office in the Ofstedahl Bid
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRI
DAY of Each Week.
One Ytar ...
Six Months -Three
MqiiOib - -
PlKplny, IP cent per Inch per lane.
Loosil and Kem'hijj Nullity, tw per line.
Notiren fur fait?, Wiintud, Kic., flvo lines or
mirt 'lin jr Ukiie; luie er mouth.
llomeii..a Xoticen, .': Timber Notice, f 10.
County Clerk K. H. Howell again
as"s the Republican voters for the
nomination for County Clerk at
the coming primary nominating
election. Mr. Howell is just com
'pleting his first term as Lincoln
county's Clerk. He bas given the
cot n y most excellent service.
During his'term he has been most
earnest in the performance of his
duties, has always leen courteous
and obliging, and at the same time
has conducted the office in a
thorough business manner. During
tha past two years, since assuming
charge of this most impurtant office,
the people have been satisfied know
ing that the office has been in
chagj o: a. man who is thoroughly
competent. Mr. Howell is worthy
of the endorsement of the Repub
lican votri-3 at the primary on April
The annuncement of William F.
Wakefield of Eddyville appears in
this issue. Mr.. Wakefield asks the
Republican voters for the nomina
tion of County Commissioner at
the coming nominating election on
April 10th. We know of no mm
in the county more fitteJ fcr the
position of Commissioner than Mr.
Wakefield. He is a young man, is
earnest, henest, progressive, and
has made a success of his own busi
ness that of farming. He has
been a resident of Lincoln county
since ear'y boyhood, and has always
been interested in and has taken an
active part in all affairs of the
county and of his community. He
is well acquainted with every sec
tion of the county and knows the
needs and requirements of each lo
cality. He is at present road super
visor of his road district and is
also a member of the county board
of education. The voters could
not find a more worthy nor better
qualified man for this important
office than W. F. Wakefield.
Setting aside February 22 as
Colonist Day for 1912 Governor
West, in his proclamation, calls
special attention to the sort of
colonists Oregon needs. He urges
people of the state to write back
East to their friens and invite those
who will help clean up the thous
and) cf acres if timber and sage
brush land and assist in making of
it the agricultural state it should
be. The Governor ays the state
does r.ot need city men subsisting
on a daily wage, except as he may
follcw the institution of the fac
tory, the workshop or the business
house. The need of the state is ac
tive nun with artive money rnd
efficient effort. The colonist period
thii year is from March 1 to April
15. The success of the colonist
day last year wes most unexpected.
Nearly every commercial organiza
tion jn the state participated in this
most unique advertising campaign
and set aside its own special day for
observing it. The total number of
pieces of mail that went East be
cause cf the special efforts made
ran up into the millions. The
school children and many social or
ganizations volunteered their ser
vices in writing letters and mailing
literature. The result was probably
the biggest short-time advertising
ctmp: i;n that any state has known, j
FEED and SALE STABLES
If VELL EQUIPPED WITH
GOOD SADDLE & BUGGY HORSES
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO TRAVELING MEN
Runs Dailv Tray Line? Goods delivered Promptly at all hours. Gen
eral hauling. Teams furnished on short notice.
HOUSES BOUGHT AND SOLD
J'lY AND FEED FOR SALE.
H HU you wish your wife to love you better than ever call at ROSE
& 'V BROOK'S and get her one of those beautiful new rugs. We
have a complete line.
ARE YOU GOING SOUTH OR EAST
THEN TRAVEL VIA
and El Paso,
I OGDEN&SHASTAI I
1 I ROUTES I I
at Ch cago and Neo
Or 'cans for New
York, Boston, Wash
and points east
"ROAD O? A THOUSAND WOSDERS"
VIA SACRAMENTO AKD OGDEN ,
OVERLAND LIMITED Pullman sleeping cars, observation cars and
through dining car.
CHINA AND JAPAN MAIL Pullman and tourist sleeping car, dining
car and reclining chair cars, San Francisco to Chicago. Tourist car
connection en route for Kansas City via Denver.
ALANTIC EXPRESS Pullman and tourist sleeping car, dining car and
free reclining chair car. San Francisco to Odgen, Denver and Omaha.
EASTERN EXPRESS Pullman and tourist 'sleeping cars, and free re
clining chair cars San Francisco to Chicago and St Louis.
VIA LOS ANGELES AND NEW ORLEANS
SUNSET LIMITED Train de Luxe -San Francisco to New Orleans
Tuesday and Saturday Pullman sleeping car, observation car'
equipped with library, barber shop, stenographer, ladies maid, man
icure and valet. Excess fare, $10.00. Direct connection with New
Orleans-New York steamers.
SUNSET EXPRESS, DAILY Pullman sleeping cars tourist cars, free
reclining chair cars San Francisco to New Orleans.
SUNSET ROUTE No. 8-Pullman and tourist sleeping cars, dining car
and free reclining chair cars.
VIA LOS ANGELES AND EL PASO
GOLDEN STATE LIMITED To Chicago via El Paso. Pulliman draw
ing room, observation cars and dining cars.
CALIFORNIAN Pullman and tourist sleeping car, dining car and free
reclining chair car
Call on any S. P. Agent for fares, reservations and descriptive booklets
or write to '
JOHN M. SCOTT, Gen. Pass. Agt.. Portland, Oregon
FARM AND CITY
property for sale or exchange for
dairy and stock ranches. Have a
party who wants to grow alfalfa.
Also have some cash buyers. What
have you? Address
White & Company, Newberg, Or.
After this date I will not be re
sponsible for any business con
tracted by the former campany, nor
pay any bills for, same.
Toledo, Or., January 2, 1912.
G. C. Walker.
. NOTICE. '
All persons knowing themselves
indebted to the Fir and Spruce
Lumber company are requested to
call at their office in this city and
Battle their accounts at once.
Fir and Spruce Lumber Co.
C. K CROSNO
REAL ESTATE AND
FARM AND CITY PROPERTY
TOLEDO, - OREGON
Succeed when everything else foils.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the suprema
remedy, aa thousands havo testified.
FOR KIDMEY, LIVER AND
it Is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
Docs a General Banking Business
C. E. HAWKINS
C. O. HAWKINS
Time Dejosits 9
YAQUINA BAY LUMBER CO.
M'e Manufacture all Grades and Dimensions of
(No Mipllug growth timher use(J)
Special Bills on Short Notice
JOHN FOG ARTY, Ab'ent, Newport
O. R. ALTREEManager Toledo, Oregon
The dependable sort that is worth buying. Pails.Ash Cans,
Shovels .everything for the Kitchen, Builders' Supplies, Separ
ators, Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Wire Fencing, Plumbing
Supplies, Nails,' Guns and Ammunition, Sporting Goods of all
kinds Wagons. Ruggies, Farm Implements, All the newest
and most durable enamel ware, pottery and tin ware. We
have all sorts of Tools and a fine line of Cutlery.
THE HRDWA.I11H: MIC2ST
By virtue of an execution an or
dir of sale issued out of the Cir
cuit Court of the state of Oregon
for Lincoln county, in the suit of
The Lincoln County Bank, an incor
poration, plaintiff, against The Lin
coln County Land and Investment
Company, an incorporation, defend
ant, a mortgage foreclosure I will
on the 30th day of March.1912, at
the hour of 1 o'clock in the after
noon of 6aid day, at the front door
of the county courthouse in the
City of Toledo, in Lincoln cojnty,
Oregon, sell to the highest bidder
for cash the following described
real property situated in Lincoln
county, Oregon, to-wit:
Lot three in block four in Jones'
second addition to the town of To
ledo; lets one, two, three and four
in block seven in Jones' second ad
dition to the town of Toledo; all
of block thirty-three in Case and
Bayley's addition to the town of
Newpoit; lot ten, Irving and Kel
logs' block, Nye and Thompson's
addition to Newport; lot four in
block seven in Nye and Thompson's
addition to the town of Newport;
the northwest quarter of the north
west quarter of section thirty-six
in township thirteen south of range
eleven west of the Willamette Men
dian; also the south half of the
southwest quarter of section thirty
four in township ten south of
range eleven west of the Willam
Said sale will be made to satisfy
a judgment and decree in said suit.
ot $2265 23 with interest thereon
from the 2d day of February 1912
until paid the further sum of 5200
attorney's fees and further in the
amount of costs and disbursement
oMhis suit taxed in the amount of
Dated at Toledo, Oregon thi
21st day of February, 1912
uerc tieer, Sheriff.
NOTICE Kilt I'NlUCATKiv
ScrlKU;-,; "'C0' ' '""'" Wn.
Hollne lherly srlveii that June R. Kdw.nl.
T 8.1.1s, Or..,,,,,, who Nnvc,.,cr 1.1
mnrto h,o.c,: cmry, oril N0. ,
e'. seen,,., M t,v,,,p 0
wcKt Vll,,e,le Mc-Mlu,,, bM Bled
proof to estMbllsh ,.lnlm lo th, Iolii, J
dswr b,l before the C..tr Clerk .
conn.y OrcKO,,. ,t Toledo, Oregon, on th
Mayor Kehruary, WVi.
Claimant tinmen m wltnemet:
E.L. Chapman, llalpli lu.nar. Wal0r nll
mil Homer Evan., all or Hleu. Oregon.
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