LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON, FRIDAY. AUGUST 5th, 1921. PAGE TWO $FHEN you have a bilious attack your liver fails it io perioral its mncuons. You Decome con stipated. The food you eat ferments in your stonnch instead of digesting. This uflames the stomach and causes nausea, vomiting and a terrible headache. Take Chamberlain's Tablets. They will tone up your liver, clean out your stomach and you will soon be as well as ever. There is nothing better. ! Toledo fleat Co. DEALERS IN LIVESTOCK DRESSED AND CURED MEATS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Highest Price Paid for Hides Brown & Oldenburg, Props. IS IT HARD TO FIND THIS HOT HAVE YOU TRIED WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES, FRUITS, VEGE TABLES AND LUNCH GOODS IF IT'S GOOD TO EAT AND IN THE MARKET WE'VE GOT IT OUR CUSTOMERS GET THE BEST A. M. GILDERSLEEVE . The White Corner Store Can serve you best with Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, Flour and Feed. The prices and Merchandise will please you. 8PECIAL 8ALES EVERY 8ATURDAY AND MONDAY R. S. VAN CLE VE PHONE 9005 TOLEDO, OREGON 1 The Peoples Meat Market S. R. ANDERSON, Proprietor DEALER IN , FRESH AND CURED MEATS FISH AND POULTRY MAIL AND PHONE ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TOLEDO, Hdqrs. for Every Telephone Is A Long Distance Station The Pacific Long Distance Telephone lines are the voice highways of the Coast. Every telephone among the 1,060,000 operated by The Pacific Telephone and Tele graph Company and its connecting companies is in poten tial connection when desired. This vast system of communication is at the disposal of the business men of the Coast States for Commercial use and for personal conversations between far separated friends. Reach out and get your share of the business by the Long Distance way. Keep in touch with relatives and friends over the Long Distance. You will find t!i3 re sults are gratifying. ASK FOR PACIFIC LONG DISTANCE THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY 444 1 1 1 1 Have Your Soles Sewed on. , Prices Reasonable Mail Orders Promptly At tended to. DICK WENNER & SON Shoe machine repair shop Newport Oregon SOMETHING TO COOK WEATHER? GILDERSLEEVE'S? Ground Bone. OREGON I H DR. L. HOYT BROWN DENTIST Nat. Bank Bldg. ' Toledo, Oregon Office hour t to 12 A. M. and 1 to 5 P. M. FOR SALE Second Hand Cars. Ford One Ton Truck, first class con dition, body and top. 1919 Ford Tour ing. Peterson Ford (jarage. LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER F. N. HAYDEN, Publisher Entered at Toledo, Oregon postofflce, as second-class matter, under the Act of March 3rd, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE8 One year, in advance, $2.00 Six Months, in advance 1.00 Established. Twenty-Eight Years Ago. ADVERTISING RATES Display advertising 20 cents inch. Composition 6 cents lncn. Locals 6 cents line.' CIRCUIT COURT (Continued from 1st Page) Corporation vs. L. Beno; Decree for Plaintiff. United States Spruce Production Corporation vs. O. R, Altree, et el; Decree for Plaintiff. J. L. Rickman and L. C. Smith vs. Thomas Buchanan; Decree for Plain tiff. J. L. Rickman and L. C. Smith vs. Daniel O'Connor; Decree for Plaintiff. W. C. Poster vs. J. K. Weatherford, et al.; Settled and dismissed. United States Spruce Production Corporation vs. Sophia Buhrer, et al; Decree for Plaintiff. United States Spruce Production Corp. vs. Unknown Heirs of Henry Kltterman, Deceased; Decree for Plaintiff. Oscar Hoover vs. Albert May, et al; Settled and dismissed. United States Spruce Production Corp. vs. Unknown Heirs J. C. Isaac, et al; Decree for Plaintiff. iQeo. T. Smith vs. Charles Conners; Judgement for Plaintiff. John Pugel vs. J. L. Cordell, et al; Decree for Plaintiff. (Ethel Meissner vs. Frank Meissner; Dismissed. Grant Hiecox vs. Albert T. Goodrich; Dismissed. Fred Horning vs. Fischer-Storey Lumber Co., et al; Settled and dis missed. Guy Roberts vs. Fischer-Storey Lumber Co., et al; Settled and Dis missed. Unlied States Spruce Production Corporation vs. Rose Matthews, et al; Decree for Plaintiff. Sara, Crahen vs. Ernest G. Ebers; Decree for Plaintiff. George Lewis vs. Southern Pacific Co.; Verdict for Plaintiff in the sum of $171. Ellen Weidman vs. George Relnochl Dismissed. Leila Baker vs. B. F. Jones, et ui; Decree for Plaintiff. Jane Ferr, administrator ot .the Es tate of Thomas Ferr, Deceased vs. Edward Wade, et al; Deoree for Plain tiff. Alco Adjusting Bureau, a corp. vs. Jessie L, Strawn; Judgement for Plaintiff. Lavina Morris vs. Charles Norwick; Dismissed. James Watts vs. Laura Blacketer Dismissed. C. E. Crater vs. Samuel Bauman, and wife; Decree for Plaintiff. Ira F. Powers, trustee vs. Beaver Lake Club, a corp.; Decree for Plain tiff, Elma Marvin vs. Arthur E. Marvin; Divorce granted. F. I. Powell vs. C. E. Powell, et al; Settled and dismissed. W. C. Winters vs. Oceanside Inv. Co., et al; Decree for Plaintiff. (State Land Board vs. Donald W. Miles, guardian of the person and es tate of Charlot.e Thomas, an insane person: Decree for Plaintiff. Annie White vs. Lester A. White; Divorce granted; $50 per month ali mony. M. V. Parmer vs. the City of New port, Oregon; Judgement for Plaintiff in the sum of $1300. Philomath State Bank, a corp. vs. W. A. Graves, et al; Decree of For- cloRure. Evelyn Miller vs. Martin A. Byerly; Non Suit Dismissed. All other cases on the Court Docket not mentioned in the above list of cases acted upon were continued over to the nexV term of court. (19) fror sale at 50 cents on the dol lar. My beautiful 9-room bungalow and 2 acre of ground at Slletz. Large wood-shed and garage. All kinds of bearing fruit trees and berries. Hun dreds of dahlias, roses and all kinds of shrubs and shade trees, etc This was built for a permanent home, and each and every foot of lumber used was carefully selected by myself and consisted of No. 1 clear yellow fir without a knot or knothole in the en tire building. The building is Insured for $2,500.00 and Is valued at $5,000. The ground Is worth $2,000.00 at least. If sold within the next 30 days I will let it all go for only a few dollars more than the place is insured for, and give some terms. No trades. See my agent, Ira Wade, at Toledo, or call on the owner at Slletz, Ore. M. S. Collins. THE PERFECT MAN There Is a man who never drinks. Nor smokes, nor chews, nor swears; Who never gambles, never flirts, And shuns all sinful snares He's Paralyzed. There Is a man who never does Anything that is not right; His wife can tell Just where lie Is At morulas, noon and nipht He's Dead. Ex. Nicholas Stemple of Orton was a Toledo visitor Monday. Jas. Hlland of Nashville was a Tole do visitor Wednesday, Ralph and Pearl Pepin were up from Newport Wednesday. S. G. Irvin of Newport was here at tending Court Monday. A. H. Phelps was In the city as a Juror theflrst of the week. A. L. Baldwin of Waldport . was in the county Beat this week sb a juror. George Lewis of Winant wee a To ledo visitor Monday having a case in Circuit Court. Warren Stewart returned to his home In Portland Saturday after spending a month here. Dick Evens of Waldport was here attending Circuit Court Wednesday, he having a case In court Miss Iris Akin went down to Ya quina Tuesday evening for a visit with her aunt, Mrs. W. O. Hoefleln. John Walker, the Waldport mer chant was in the city Wednesday as a witness in Circuit Court. Dr. Li Hoyt Brownj the den .1st, drove down to Portland Saturday to visit his family. He returned Monday. Mrs. F. N. Hayden and children ar rived home from Portland Sunday where they spent a week visiting rel atives. T T .. 1 . r .(II. , , . .. . nw ubi i jt miner, legal, or f ortiana qi ana uuve xi. McKllllps, legal, of Newport, secured a license to wed last Friday. D. L. Peterson was in from his ranch on Olalla Wednesday to get an ensilage cutter which came on Mon day's freight. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Nichols arrived over from Lebanon Saturday evening for a visit with their son, C. E. Nich ols, of this city. C. H. Wakefield of Eddyville drove down In his car Wednesday. S. T. Loudon and son were down from EddVyvIUe Wednesday. , 'Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Akin came over from Blodgett Saturday evening, at which place Mr. Akin is employed with the highway engineers. A marriage license was issued yes terday, by Clerk Gildereleeve, to Wil liam G. Pollock, 23 of Grants Pass, and Daisy Lee Webb, 19, of Tidewater. A Kamle ot Orton had business In Toledo last Friday. Mr. Kamle wishes to rent his ranch near the Up per Farm school house. He has an ad In this issue. 'Mrs. F. B. Young, and daughters, Koa and Zoa, arrived Saturday even ing from Lincoln, Nebraska, for a visit with M!r. and Mrs. R. R. Miller and family in this city. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Miller and chil dren, Mrs. F. B. Young and children and Mrs. Elmer Horning and children, all went down to Otter Rock yesterday for a several days' outing, D. L. Peterson has rented his farm located 4 miles north-east of Toledo to B. W. Sperling of this vicinity, Mr. Peterson is offering for sale or trade some of his live stock. Merchant T. P. Fish left for Port land last Sunday to be in attendance at Buyers' Week. Miss Ilene Altree is in charge of the store during Mr. Fish's absence. Judson Bowdre recently of Pendle ton, Eastern Oregon, has purchased an 80-acre tract near Taft on the Lower Slletz where he will make his home. Mr. Bowdre was at the County Seat the pas! week on business. Leader subscriptions received this week are; E. C. Bunker, Toledo, Or.; Matt Pompel, Siletz, Or.; Guy E. Lewis, Toledo, Or.; Judson Bowdre, Taft, Or.; Abe Abrams, Taft, Or.; M Groeneveldt, Toledo, Or.; W. G. Shar- man, Yachats, Or. Mrs., Elsie Andrews Wilsos de parted Friday for Roseburg where she will visit with a sister for a time be. fore returning to her home in Cali fornia. Mrs, Wilson spent a couple of weeks visiting relatives and friends here. Miss Katie Waugh came over from Monmouth Friday evening for a viBit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Waugh. Mise Katie, who is taking teachers training at the Normal school, will teach at Yaquina this com ing term. Mrs. C. E. Hawkins arrived home from Portland Saturday evening where she has been for some time on busi ness connected with the order of Neighbors of .Woodcraft, of which order she is one of the Grand Mana gers. Mrs. Ada Soulo arrived down from Portland Friday evening for a visit with her sister, Mrs. G. R. Schenck, and family. Mrs. Soule was formerly one of the owners ofthe Leader, and has many friends in this city. She returned to the city Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Mfc W. Small of Elk City were in the city several days the lrst of the week, Mr. Small serving as a juror. Mr. and Mrs. Small and chil dren expect to leave next week on an auto trip to Southern Oregon. They expect to visit' Crater Lake and re turn via the McKenzie Pass. C. E.HAWKINS Attorney-at-Law Toledo, Oregon SYNOPSIS JULY TERM OF COMMISSIONERS'. COURT Bills allowed aa follows: Rena ' Matteson. County aid . '$ 5 00 M. Simpson, salary ns Sheriff and expenses 307 30 Ted McElwain, salary as Deputy .Sheriff ..... 180.00 Nellie Geer, collecting taxes.. 62.28 Ira Wade, salary as Treasurer and stamps 142.68 Carl Gildersleeve, salary as County Clerk and stamps... 22b,97 E. M. Thayer,' salary as Deputy County Clerk 180.00 Ed. Stacker, salary as Assessor 200.06 C. W. James, salary as Dep uty Assessor 180.00 O. F. Jocobson, freight on cement 9.65 J. R. Turnldge, salary as Court House Janitor 100.40 R. P. Goln, salary as Superin tendent and expenses 235.17 Martha Goin. grading eighth grade papers 27.00 Edith Howell, grading eighth grade papers 15.00 F. Jones, Sealer of Weights and Measurers 9.79 Graham & Wells, Typerwrller I repairs for Assessor 12.66 City of Toledo, water for Court House 6.00 Yaquina Electric Co., lights for Court House 2-40 Walker & Starr, merchandise for Mrs. Hubble 15.00 Home for Aged, care of C. M. Drake 30.00 Noah P. Myers,, et al, work on roads '27.50 .Dudley Trapp, et al, work on roads 81.55 Joseph Swallla, et al, work on roads 91.60 A. V. Simoncon, et al, work on roads 36.37 Fred Luetlie, et al, work on roads 46.00 J. L. Hartley, et al, work on roads 104.81 W. A. Cooper, work on tractor 66.10 Robert Pyhtilla, ccunty aid 30.00 Jack Hartman, county aid .... 20.00 Lincoln County Leader, printing 62.50 L. F. Robbins, work on Eddy ville roads 16.75 H. Lutey, road work 29.30 A. E. Marvin, work on Lower Siletz road '.. 38.00 Lincoln County Leader, printing on Market Road Fund 5.28 H. G. Downing, work on Clem Market Road 8.00 A. E. Marvin, work on Siletz Market road 6.06 J. E. Norgart, meals for prisoners 2.10 Arthur Nye, machinery repairs 2.45 J. E. Taylor, road work (Elk Roads) 92.60 A. T. Peterson, help on official Canvass 3.00 E. C. Paine,, help on Official Canvass 3.00 Howard Cooper Corporation, Machinery repairs 1.98 Toledo Planing Mills, lumber. . 3.90 Square Deal Garage, repairs on Ford 5.25 Guy V. Hays, road work 30.00 J. K. Gill & Co., supplies for Surveyor's office ........ .60 G. E. Aldrich, maintenance of highway at Chitwood 18.00 F. W. Carson, Blacksmithlng. 46.27 Southern Pacific Co., freight, etc 31.88 W. C. Cline, road work 104.06 W. C. Burcroff Mercantile Co., Supplies for Mrs. Matteson 10.00 J. Simpson, making shakes for bridge , 20.00 Arthur Nye, repairs on machin ery, Siletz Market Road 160.33 A. L. Porter, salary Market Road Engineer 250.00 Oregon State Highway Commis sion, Machinery Market Roads 5.05 Albany Iron Works, machinery repairs for -Market Roads . . 6.10 R. W. Crawford, Labor on Siletz Market Road 20.60 A. E. Marvin, Ditto 123.75 Frank King, Ditto 36.00 Andy Goodell, Ditto 68.62 Chas. Larson, Ditto 57.75 Al Benson, Ditto 50.76 E. Bryant, Ditto 39.81 F. Brown, Ditto 68.00 R. Taylor, Ditto 4.50 F. Sharp, Ditto 31.60 V. Peterson, Ditto 49.00 C. Bristlin, Ditto 49.00 LF. Altree, Ditto 33.75 R. Dunn, Ditto 6.75 D. Goodell, Ditto 23.62 H. Brauti, Ditto 21.37 M. Anderson, Ditto 21.37 J. Daniels, Ditto 9.62 R. Calkins, Ditto 10.50 J. Goodell, Ditto 1.75 Southern Pacific Co., freight for Siletz Market Road 83 F. W. Carson, repairs on nich. for Siletz Market Road 9.75 H. Lutey, et al, labor on Siletz Market Road 445.25 P. G. Ekloff, work on State High way, Bond Fund 11. 88 Neils Andersen, labor on Toledo-Newport Road (Bond Fd) 41.12 G. E. Heady, ditto 43.75 J. Dillon, ditto 36.75 John Davenport, ditto 17.50 M. W. Johnson, ditto 3.50 P. Henderson, ditto 24.50 Luke Gidley, ditto 8.75 S. Johnson, ditto 12.26 Frank Parker, ditto 8.75 B. Alexander, ditto 6.26 C. Ashton, ditto 6.251 Luke Gldiey, work on County Roads (Gen. Fund) 34.87 D. D. Huffman, work on County roads (Gen. Fund) 22.90 F. W. Gprttula, running Taft Ferry June 20.00 F. S. Murray, work on Taft Roads 36.50 Pacific Tel. & Tel. Co., Tele phone Service 20.17 R. D. Burgess, salary as Health Officer and exam. Insane . 96.70 P. M. Abbey & Co., County aid for Gideon 13.5-) 36.50 L. Wolfe, work on Taft roads 1 Toledo Drug Co., mdse. for Coun'.y 43.24 W. G. Walrad, assigned clr.ira of E. C. Jones, road work 74.60 E. E. Faulkner, snlsry es Deputy Assessor (Field Deputy) ... 93.50 Hall Brothers, mdse. for County Poor 39.35 John Buckley, booths for elec tion 2.00 Edw. Mauch, gas, fuse, etc., for County Road ' 36.83 J. W. Parrish, Justice Court fees v 1S.90 , (Continued Next Week) ' OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT Do not get the Impresalort that it takes a great amount of funds to have a checking ac count lit does not Although you have but little It will be just a much to your advantages to have a checking account aa though you had several thous and. i. ' We welcome small accounts as well as large ones. A bank account Is a means of saving, and the man who has but little needs It more than the man who has much. It Is a part of this bank's business to help those who need help. Let us help you SAVE your little that rt may grow to MUCH., Come In and open a checking account with us, al- thoUgh it may be small in the beginning. Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent First National Bank of Toledo R. D. BURGESS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Toledo, Oregon rj Office In Andrews Building. Office j hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 and 7 to $ p. m. Emergency calls at any tlme YOUR EYES ACCURATELY FITTED By GRADUATE OPTOMETRIST Private Office for Examinations Prices Reasonable F. M. French & Sons Optometrists and Opticians Albany, - Oregon ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE I In the Matter of the Estate of John I. Butterfield, Deceased. Notice M hereby glvem that the undersigned has been duly appointed by the County Court of Lincoln County Oregon, administratrix of the Estate of John I. Butterfield, Deceased, and baa duly qualified. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to present the same to me at the law offico or G. B. McCiuskey, in Toledo, Oregon, properly verified, within six months from the date of first publication of this notice. Dated and first published July 8K 1921. Sarah J. Butterfield, Administratrix of the Estate ot John' I. Butterfield, Deceased. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned, administratopof the estate of J. H. Smith, deceased, has filed in the County Court of Lincoln County, State of Oregon, his final account as such administrator of said estate, and that Monday, the 1st day of August 1921, at the hour of ten o'clock A. M. has been fixed by said Court as the time 'or hearing of objections to Bait report, and the settlement thereof. 1 S. H. Smith, Administrator of the Estate of J. H. nilth, Deceased. NOTICE TO PRESENT CLAIMS Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed by the County Court of Lincoln County Ore gon, administratrix of the Estate ot Gust Olson, Deceased. All persons having claims againt said estate are hereby directed to file the same at the Yaquina Bay Land and Abstract Of fice In Toledo, Oregon, with Sara Crahen, Administratrix, within six months from date thereof, duly veri fied and with proper vouchers. Dated and first published July 8, 1921. Sara Crahen, Administratrix of the estate of Gust Olson, Deceased. NOTICE OF MEETING Of the Board of Equalization of Lin coln County, Oregon, for the year 1921. All to Whom it May Concern, Greet ings: Take noLice that tho Board of Equal ization for Lincoln County, Oregon, will meet on the second Monday of September, the same being the 12th day of September, 1921, for the pur pose of correcting, equalizing and ex amining tho assessment rolls for Lin coln County, as returned by 'the As sessor. The first week will be set aside for receiving petitions and com plaints, as by law required. The above meeting will be held in the Court Room in the Court House at Toledo, Oregon, at 9 o'clock, A. M on Monday, the 12th day of Septem ber, 1921. Ed. Stocker, Assessor of Lincoln, Co., Or;. FOR SALE New 2 Type 3-Horse-Fairbanks-Morse Gas Engine. Inquire at Tracy's Plumbing Shop, Newport, Oregon. FOR SALE 120 ACRE DAIRY Ranch, one mile from TnUrln v. qulna road. Al Martin, Toledo, Or. FOR SALE 7 Pa.n... c.... baker- Square Deal Garage. Toledo.. G. B. McCLUKEY Attorney-at-Law Toledo, Oregon.