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About Lincoln County leader. (Toledo, Lincoln County, Or.) 1893-1987 | View This Issue
I am still at my
old stand repair
ing Watches and
by the first of
April will have a
complete stock of
and Jewelry. Bet
ter than ever.
H. E. PETERSON,
WalchiiiiUer, Jeweler and Optician
TOL fJJO, LJ.LGOt
M. X. AXDKUSON, l'rop.
Tobacco, Lunch Goods
I B-st Brands Ciarars
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portions of the
ear. There is only one way to
cure deafness, and ttiat is by consti
tutional remedies. Der.fness is
caused by an inflamed condition of
the muccus lining of theEustachian
Tube. When this tube is inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or im
perfect hearing, end when it is en
tirely closed, Deafness is the result,
and unless the inflammation can be
taken out and this tube restored to
its normal condition, hearing will
be destroyed forever; nine cases cut
of ten are caused by catarrh, which
is nothing but en inflamed cor.Jition
of th.2 mucuous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any C3se of deafness (caused by
catarth) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
F. J. Cheney and & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by all Druggists 75c.
Tako Hall's Family Pills tor con
stipation. NOTICE 01' FINAL SETI'LIiMKST
III Ihe Comity Court of tlio Slate nf Oregon.
(or thf i minty n( Line 'In.
In the mmicr n' Ihe ornate ni Mailo Melncrl
Notice 1? hereby given thnt Ihe un.!erlirned.
nrtmtillralor of ihe eatate ul Minlo Mrincrt
Vain'crno d. deceaaed, ha lilud 1.1 final ac
cmnir a. fucli nilinlnUirninr In ihe County
tourtnf h Sluio of ilii'K'Xii for iho County
nf Lincoln, unit that Monthly, the 8lh liy dT
April, I'.dJ, lit irw hoiu of ti-ii o'clock In the
forenoon of mid day. In the (i.uniy Canr;
room in the connrlonc at Toledo, Oregon, tins
licen appointed by tlio Honorable Judge of
aid Court a the lime nnil iiliico for hearing
nny objection to ihe lli.nl account unci the
en lenient tneri'of.
Iir.lcil thin tith dnv nf February, lfllj.
CIIAS. K. VANI)i:itl'(XL,
dnilnilrainr of the estate of Marie Melncrt
J. F. fc'l'KA'Ai.T. A 1 11 ii uey fo" Ad in I n 1st rn I cir
C. K CROSNO
' 'REAL ESTATE AND
FARM AND CITY PROPERTY
TOLEDO, - OREGON
WALTER L. TOOZE, JR.
Republican candidate for nom
ination as Joint Representative.
To the Republican Voters of Lin
coln and Polk Countes:
I desire to annuence my candidacy
for the Republican nomination as
Representative Tor the 12th Rep
resentative district, comprising the
counties of Lincoln and Polk. If
nominated and elected, 1 will work
faithfully and industriously for the
district for which I am elected to
represent and for each and every
part thereof. I will be governed
in my actions at all times by the
voice of the voters of this district.
I believe in the Dnect Primary, and
in the reasonabe use, but no abuse,
of the Initiative and Referendum.
I shall favor legislation tending to
reduce the taxes, provided the leg
islation offered will not injure the
welfare cf the State. I shall op
pose the creation of expensive com
missions, and shall do my utmost to
give the District an aggressve rep
resentation. I am a native Oregonian; born
in Buttcville, Marion county, Feb
ruary 24. 1886. After graduating
from the Bishop Scott Acauamy in
Portland in 1904, I attended school
at the University of Michigan at
Ann Arbor, graduating from the
law department of that institution
in 1CC8. In the Fall of 1908, I
opened law offices in Dallas, and
have since resided here I acted
as city attorney for Falls City for
two years ,and have been city at
torney of Dallas for three years;
am secretary of the Dallas Cum
merilcial Club, and as such, have
famiarized myself with the needs
of this district; I am attorney for
the Stateiand Board in Polk county ;
and am a Captain of Infantry in the
Oregon National Guard. I was
actively identified with the fight
the original Siletz crtrymen waged
to secure their claims through Con
gress, tiding them in any way that
If it be your will that! represent
the Republican party of this dis
trict as its nominee for the office
which I seek at the general election
in November, and I am there suc
cessful, I promse you that I shall
attend to the duties of the office
as carefully and conscientiously as
I would were they my own personal
Waltar L. Tooze, Jr.
Delicatessen and lunch opening at
Nye Beach. Write L. C; Smith,
has got to be "classy" nowadays or
she will not have it. For that rea
son we are most particular in select
ing stocks of the better grades of
papers, in tinted shades, with and
without initials and mnnnoriimn
You get here the most refined lock-
ing stationery that you can buy in
the stores and yet our .prices are
most reasonable. Come look over
TOLEDO DRUG CO.
Capt. 0. F. Jacobson of New
port is in town today.
Lewis Montgomery returned to
Portland Monday morning.
Postmaster Wilson of Nor tons
was a county seat visitor Tuesday.
Many from Elk City attended the
funeral of Archie Enos here yester
day. Rev. and Mrs. Preston returned
Tuesday evening from a short visit
Misses Myrtle and Floy Cox ar
rived down from Portland last Tues
W. F. Wakefield of Eddyville
was in town last night, returning
The Fogarty Erothers' piledriving
outfit is driving the piling for the
new port wharf.
President J. K. Weatherford of
the C. & E. railroad passed through
on the train Monday morning.
A fresh shipment of Spanish
shelled peanuts and some cute
penny goods for the little tot3 at
80 degrees in the shade last Tues
day. Quite different from, being
snowbound as they are in the mid
Rev. Pearce of Siletz went to
Redding, California, the first of
the week where he will make proof
on his timber claim.
The City Council at their meeting
Monday evening passed an ordinance
raising the salary of the City Mar
shal from $50 to $60 per month.'
Mrs. Aldon. Dickinson arrived;
Monday evening from her home in '
Minneapolis, Minnesota. She is'
here to look after her property in
terests and visit among friends.
The Toledo Boat works received
a twenty-five h. p. Smalley engine
th? first of the week.' This engine
will be placed in the new launch
which they are building for 'j.
L. Christiansen of Lyle, Washing
ton, has been -here for the past
week looking for a home. He
leased a place from the C. W. Day
Real Estate company ai d has re
turned to Washington for his fam
ily, expecting to return here about
the middle of next month.
J. S. .Gill, jviip has purchased the
schooner Minnie E. Kelton. was in
the city last evening perfecting bis
arrangements for the organization
of a stock company. The stock
will probably be issued next week.
Mr. Gill returned to Portland again
this morning. Considerable of this
stock should be owned on this bay
to insure the boat being kept on
George C. Walker, the shipbuild
er, is getting his new shipyard built
and will begin the constructionn of
a new vessel for the Newport Navi
gation company immediately. The
new boat will be 85 feet long, 18
feet beam. During the coming sea
son the hull will be used as a barge
to take the place of the "Elk,"
which has been used in transporting
passengers between Newport and
Yaquina. ' Later the hull will be
equipped with machinery and con
vreted into a steamboat. The hull
will be ready for this season's use.
ALTREE'S MILL DAMAGED.
A e'astardly trick was played
which caused several hundred dol
lars' worth of damages and might
have caused the lives of the men
working in Altree's sawmill at this
place, by the spiking of several logs
being.sawed at the mill. Last Sat
urday two spikes were run into in
one log, completely ruining two
saws, valued at $115 each. That
seme one workinsr in the mill was
not killed is a wonder. That spikes
were put into the logs with the in
tention of doing bodily and finan
cial injury there is no question.
They are pieces fo drift bolts, each
eut about six inches long. A hole
i3 bored into the log and these
pieces of bblts driven in and then
covered with mud. On examination
a half dozen other bolts were found
in logs. Mr. Altrcc knows the
guilty party and is collecting more
evidence before the attempt will be
made to brin? the culprit to justice, j
In the mtantiuie every humane, i
lawabiding citizen in the community !
will assist in bringing the coward
Eggs from thoroughbred Barred
Plymouth Rocks, good laying strain,
$1 per setting of 13.
J. L. Whiteis Toledo, Or.
writes Mrs. L. R. Barker,
of Bud, Ky., "and can do
all my housework. For
years I suffered with such
Dains. I rnnM sr.-jtvolw
r. : r - , umuh,i;
M oiai,u Uil 'y reei. . Alter
ftf three different doctors had
If failed to help me, I gave
a Cardui a trial. Now, I feel
fcj like a new woman."
The Woman's Tonic
A woman's health de
pends so much upon her
delicate organs, that the
least trouble there affects
her whole system. It is
the little things that count,
PI health. If you suffer from
any of the aches and
pains, due to womanly
WPalriPcc tnlrrt Pint,,! t
fid """V.JJ, vcuuui cLl
once, and avoid mnm cri
m .... 'r
ous irouoies. we urge
a iron in trtr it DnmH j
STK m rrntv nraw
The Most Popular Malt Beverage in
Siiltni bottled beer is the equal of any Eastern product, Ix.-mg
especially brewed for family and hotel trade. A temperance drink,
in the real meaning of the word, conducive to both health ami
enjoyment of life.
SALEM BREWERY ASSN.
' ' WANTED-AGENT.
To handle best Automobile built
in America. Exclusive in this
county. Built by , Old Time Line
Manufacturer. Life guarantee.
Self starting. Long wheel base.
No deposit required. Prefer dealer
now in business but will consider
live people who will enter busnes3.
This agency includes a complete
Correspondence Sales Course. Lar
gest discount ever offered. Deal
direct with factory. Address Sales
Manager, 690 Washngton St., Port
LAND AND ABSTRACT
SARA, CRAHEN, Manacw
TO I, K DO, OKKGO
Have nn up-to-date anil wmiplete
set of Abstracts of Lincoln County.
NO TICK OF AI'I'OINTMK.NT.
Notice I hereby given Ihnt the nnilenilRnert
him burn Appointed by Ihe County Contt 01
Lincoln enmity, Oromin, tirt III in fnlrnlor of
llio I'Ktate nf John Welch, rii-reiived.
All pi'.rxciiiH hnvinir chiltna nKiriKt mid o
tntenre hereby reiiilrnl t i.reenl Ihe 11111111,
properly verified im by law required, wlihin
nix nionihs from this ilnte nt my renidcuie
niMir ("hltwnnd, Oregon.
Dated Miireh 'Mh, l!li
.1. Q'. ADAMS.
Administrator ( Ihe estate of John Welch,
hllKlill'K S HaLK
11 y vlrtncof nn execution nii.l order of cale
I so lied out i'f ll.e llicnlt Cniiri of the Siiite of
Oreiron fur Lincoln county. In the null of Kied
Uiethe, plallitlll', aKninxt t. . Took nn-1 Olive
Cook, dcft'iulaiitK, a nioitgaKe torecloniire, I
will on the .'UHh day of March, iVl'., at the hour
ofliiVlockliilhc('.eriMM.n of haul rin, at
die front door of the county court limine in the
city of Toledo in Lincoln comity. Oregon, vtl
lo the hlxlicst bidder lor cah the lollowing
decrlhid rcnl piopeny, situated In Lincoln .
county, Oregon, to-v. It : Theuorth half of the
northweat nmirtnr of the ttonthcaitt qnnrtor!
and the munh half of the northcaat quarter or I
taction thirty-two in townl.li thirteen aouth I
of range eleven went of the Willamette Mer
Mian. Knld tale will be inado to antlvfy a Jndfrmcnt
and decree In xnld null, to wit: Juilgineut
for the plalmlll' of $M:i 'At with IntereHl there
on at Iho rate of (I or cent per annum from
the 'id day of February, UM?, and Iho further
rum of fiO attorney' fcc. and Foal nod (li
bnrncnieiilH of ihU kuH tnxei) In the amount
liatcd at Tolcda. Oregon, lhl l!lt day of
February, 101 ItfcUT liKKit, (Sheriff.
John W. Sickelsmith,"Greensboro,
Pa., has three children, and like
most children they frequently take
cold. "We have tried several kinds
of cough medicines" he says, 'but
have never found any yet that did
them as much good as Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. "For sale by Toledo
Have you seen my new line of
SHOES? Call and look them tver.
I am sure I can please you.
T. P. Fitb.
A PLEASANT PHYSIC.
j When you went a pleasant physic
l give Chamberlains' Stomach and
Liver Tablets a trial. They are
mild and gentle in their action and
always produce a pleasant cathartie
enect. Call at Toledo Drup Co.'s
Drug store for a free sample.
4-year old Jersey bull. Registered
and pedigreed. 10 nearest dams
not under 14 lbs. arid two of 23 lbs.
butter fat in 7 days. We claim
him the best butter strain in the.
state. Price $50 if taken before
March 15th. Address
Willoughby Eros. & Wakefield,
I have 20 ffull-blooded Golden
Wyandotte cocerels for sale at
$2.50;each, and settings of 15 rggs
at $2 per setting. W. R. Hall,
NINTEEN MILES A SECOND
without a jar, shock or disturbance,
is the awful speed of our earth
through space. We wonder at such
ease of natures' movement, and
so do those who take Dr. Kings New
Life Pills. No griping, no distress,
just thorough work that brings
good health and fine feelings. 25
cents at Toledo Drug Co.
The most complete line of Gro-
$ ceries in Lincoln cunly. &
Dry Good, cigars, ToUimot, S
S) Tinware, Ciodu-ry, Flour j$
I R. S. VAN t LEVE
Fresh and Cured Meats
Fish and Oysters
Highest Cash Price Paid fr Jli,i,a
LESTER WAUGH, Prop.
W. G. SHARMAN
Rhop in Vincent House in fouth
part of town.
In any stylo made to ohUt
CLEANING AND PRESSING
ALSO aokwuUeu ik-
I White Corner lm