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Indian Lands for Sale at Siletz Agency
Siletz Agency, Oregon, January 5, 1914.
inSakdLbids marked "Bid fo' Indian Land, to be opened March 9.
1914, each bid accompanied by a certified check for ten per cent, of
you, bid. will be revived until 2 o'clock p. m., March 9, 1914, for the
following Indian land heated at Siletz agency:
Evrf Ltsiha, et al. SE1 SEJ Sec. 15. and NEJ NEJ Sec. 22 T. 6 R. 8.
80 acres appraised value $1000. Susan Pony, 159GR, al
lottee. Clara Jourdan. Lots 17, 30, 31 and 32, See. 10, T. 7. R. 1. 80 acres
appraised value $2000. Clara Chapman, 67, allottee.
Renu'e Callahan, SE1 SW1, Sec. 28, T. 9. R. 9. 40 acres appraised
value $1200. H. C. Callahan, 69, allottee.
Jane- Yanner, Lots 1 and 11, Sec. 2, T. 7. R. 11. 40 acres appraised
value. 1000. Jane Foster, 170, allottee.
joson uay, Lots 2, s, 4, 5 and 6, Sec. 11, T. 7, R. 11. 81 50
praised value. 1500. Celia Gay. 178. allottee.
Nellie Lane, N$ SJ and Si Ni of NE1. Sec. 22, I. 9. R. 9. 80 a
aupraised value, $800. Nellie Johnson. 266, allottee.
Kasriet Klamath. El NWi NEJ Sec. 12, T. 10. R. 10. 20 acres ap
praised value, $400. Harriet Klamath, 282, allottee.
Silcta Morris. NWJ SWi, Sec. 2 and NEI SEJ and Lot 19. Sec. 3, T. 7,
R. 11. 84.10 acres appraised value, $2102.50. Siletz
Morris, 342. allottee.
Joht Orton, Lets 1, 2. 3. Sec 20, T. 10 s, R. 10 w. 72.71 acres appraised
value. SHOO. Johi Orton, 361, allottee.
Ania Smith, NJ SWi, Sec. 8, T. 10. R. 9. 81.36 acres appraised value,
$1000. Anna Smith. 402. allottee.
Martha Johnson, NJ NWi, Sec. 26. f. 9. R. 9. 80 acres appraised val
ue, SSOO. Martha Solomon. 422, allottee.
The certified checks must be drawn to the order of the undersigned.
If accepted, bidder will be required to deposit an additional 15 per cent.
and if he does not wish to pay cash, arrangements can be made to pay
the other 75 per cent, later, the purchaser giving hia note drawing 7
per cent, interest. Generally deferred payments are arranged to pay at
ma rate oi anout : per cent, per year. Please state whether or . not
yoa can pay all cash, and if not how much per vear vou wish to rav.
Bids for each allotment or portion thereof must ba on a seperate sheet.
A right of way will ba reserved for ditches or canals constructed by the
authority of the United Slates. . KNOTT C. EGBERT,
Supt. Siletz Indian School.
Does a General Banking Business
c. e. hawkins
c. o. hawkins
Time Deposits :
Winter short course
JANUARY 5 to 30. 1914
The College has spared no effort
to,' make this the most complete
short course in its history. A very
wfde range of courses will be offer
ed in General Agriculture, Horti
culture, Animal Husbandry, Dairy
ing. Poultry Keeping, Mechanic
Ats, Domestic Science and Art,
Commerce. Forestry, and Music.
h5merous lectures and discussions
OB FARMERS' CO-OPERATION, at
htjme atid abroad, will be a leading
feature. Make his a pleasant and
profitable winter outing. No tui
tion. Accommodatiuns reasonable.
Reduced rates cn all railroads. For
further information address H. M.
TEN N ANT, Registrar. Corvallis,
Farmers' Eusiness Courses by
Cjfrrespondcnce without tuition.
R. 1). BURGESS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Ofstedahl Building. Office
hqura : 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
p'm. Emergency Calls at any time
Phone orders given our special
ttention. Warnock & Hughes. '
Full blooded Light Brahma
Roosters, $1.50 each.
John Jacobson, '
POTATOES FOR SALE.
$1.00 per hundred, f. o. b. Chit
wood. How many do you want? 1
I have two Al milch Cuws. 4 and
6 years old, giving good flow of
milk now. will befresh in March,
and my price is $75 each, either
cash or good bankable paper.
Frank West, Chitwood, Or
Nine dollar, Bulls-Eye brand, hip
boots, now going at teven dollars.
It is about the time of year to
start the preliminary Work towards!
a successful Fair in Lincoln County
this coming Fall. '
The State law provides that the i
County Court appoint a Board, con
sisting of three to manage the Fair
business of each . county. It fur
ther provides that this Hoard is ap
ucinted through the recommenda
tion of the County Grange.
Last Spring the Board was elec
ted in open meeting at Toledo and
later, when the law was effective,
this same Board was appointed by
the County Court. It is time that
the Grange was making recemmen-j
dations to the Court. We believe ;
that they will appreciate your co
peration in regard to this. One of
these Board members is appointed
for three years, one for two yeais
and the other one for one year.
This makes it' necessary for tie'
Court to appoint one member each
Our apportionment from the State
County Fair fund makes it possible 1
for this county tu offer handsome1
cash premium for produce and stick ,
displays. It is not possible to re-!
vert any part of this fund for race a
or games of any kind. It is abso-,
lutely necessary to use it as pre
miums on farm products or stock;
any balance in the hands of the ,
n x. t i a j i
oumy .treasurer reverts to me
county read fund.
This State aid makes it possible
to meet your premimu list with
assurance and we believe that if I
this part of the Fair business is
property presented to the ranchers,
that it will most certainly stimulate
interest, and increase our exhibits.
1 not .mo., ilia 1 r A tti A n a 1 AvWi.liit-a '
i-aaif J lui wig iiiuiTluuni CAijiuiba i
were magnificent and worth going '
many miles to see. We could cer
tainly brace up our stock depart-!
ment and not in the least hurt it.
There are a few old stand-bys who I
are always on deck. What's the j
matter with you getting in line? . It
is not tco early to commence to
select your stock and prepare for
the Lincoln County Fair of 1914.
Help it along and let it be twice
the siz9 that it has ever been before.
We have the material; all we have
to do is to place it on exhibition.
Take a little pride in your own
Gardner & Peterson
Builders' Hardware, - - fjpHfog Goods.
Tin and Granite War
Aluminum (Guaranteed for 15 years) '
Cook Stoves, Heating Std-w. iBtl EjAcgs
Plows, Harrows. Wtauwfc;
It Takes Experience
FROST BITES AND
For frcst bitten ears, fingers and
toes; chapped hands and lips, chil
blains, cold sores, red and rough
skins, there is nothing to equa
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Stops the
pain at once and heals quickly.
In every home there should be a
box handy all the time. Best rem
edy for all skin diseases, itching
eczema, tetter, piles, etc. 25c.
All druggists or by mail.
H. E BUCKLEN & Co.
Philadelphia or St. Lcuis.
', WANTED YAQUIN A BAY
Doctor says salt water, and for
that reason, only, will we consider
a trade of our house and business
here for Coast acreage. Not par
ticular about improvements if your
location and soil is good. We have
a silt edge proposition here that
will surprise you, and our price of
$5500 is on cash basis, and will ex
pect the same. Will trade up to
$4000, balance to suit. For full
particulars write Box 312,
to run a Drug Store us it ought to
be run in such a way as to have
the implicit confidence of its pat
rons the public. It takes know
ledgeprofessional knowledge to
be able to compound Drugs currect
ly and make up doctor's prescrip
tons. We have that knowledge in
a superior degree and our custom
ers, as well as the medical men of
the town, know this and appreciate
it by patronizing us. We solicit
your drug trade also, assuring you
of the best and promptiest eervics
at the lowest prices.
TOLEDO DRUG CO.
If vou have a farm for sale or
exc tange, and will price it right,
we can dispose of it for you. .
Send us complete description
EVERETT & CREW.
212 Selling Bids:., Portland, Ore.
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At a bargain. Bet of blacksmith
topis and stock, or would trade for
cow. What have you?
- C. W. Day, Toledo.
Hot drinks of all kinds at the
Petaluma chicken incubators at
Gardner & Peterson's.
Get My Prices
And be Convinced that you can Save Money by buying your Groceries,
Dry Goods, Notions, Grauittware, Crltrjr. TIur aavd Feed at the
The White Corner Store
Store Open at all Hours. Both 'Phones. City Delivery
R. S. VAN CLEVE
The Most Popular Malt Beverage in
Salem bottled beer is the equal of any Ensttrri product, being
espocinlly brewed for family and hotel trade. A temperance drink
in the real meaning of the word, conducive to both health and
enjoyment of life.
SALEM BREWERY ASSN.
but their parents should see is
it that they get none but th purest
and most wholesome. Any other
kind is to be shunned. Good Candy
is an aid to the health as well as to
to the happiness of children. Our
. Candies are pure in make and in
handling. And yet our prices are
AL WAUGH, Prop.
THE YALE LAUNDRY
Has established an agency in Toledo, and is prepared
to give the people of here better work and
quicker service at a moderate charge
than they have ever had
Family Washing. 7 cent3 a pound. All flat pieces re
turned ironed. Lundry leaves Friday, returns follow
LEAVE BUNDLES WITH
Dr. W. M. BERRY
THE TOLEDO DENTIST
Will be in his office in the Ofstedahl Building
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK