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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1922.
Miss Ruth Branti and Mr. Alfred
Andrew arrived Friday evculing to
spend the Xuma vacation with their
, parents, they are both students of the
University of Oregon.
The Moody school program had a
large attendnr0 last Friday evenlns
owing to the. bad weather, a badkut
talnrr.ent wlilch was held in the new
gymnasium as the church was not
large enough to hold the people. Two
trees wero put up, beautlffully decor
ated and loaded with hundreds of nice
presents. Moro than three hundred
persons wer prsent, about half of
The program, which was quite long
was enjnyed ny an present, it was
Born to Mr and Mrs. Henry Good
ell, Dec. 20, a nine pound girl. Henry
wears a nice cherry smile since the
arrival of the little baby to bless their
Mr. and Mrs. Cha'croft and daugh
ter, Miss Allie, went to Seattle to
spend Christmas with their son, Pick
ering and his wife. They will be gone
about a week.
dinner was served at noon which was I indeed one of the most enjoyable af-
enjoyed by all. falrB ever held In Siletz, not only by
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Blower and child- the children but by the grown-ups as
u npeiu v,nnsimas ariernoon at tne
Tangen home. '
Mr, and .Mrs. Carl Tangen were
callers at the Zeb Blower home Sun
Mr. Baker and son, Jtmmle, of
Newport arrived at Moody Sunday
to spend a few days visiting with his
daughter, Mrs. Zeb Blower.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tangen attend
the Christmas exercises at the M. E.
church at Toledo.
Mr. and Mrs. Branti and family
spent Christmas at the Andrew home
Mr. and Mrs. Z'tb Blower ct.llud on
Mrs. Emma Day Thursday.
Miss Pearl and Thelma Caeteel of
Albany arrived Wednesday evening
to spend a few days vlsiUng their
aunt at Moody, Mrs. Carl Tangen.
Christmas was ushered :n by the
elnglng of Carol sog3 at 0 o'clock a.
m. by the following named persons,
members of the Sunday school, Kussel
Adams, Ellwood Towner, Charles
Larijen, Arthur Pennoll, Austin Al
tree, Artie Bensell, Margarett Millar,
Lovolle King, Terlson and Linda Kim
bel, Mr. and Mr3. Jess Daniels nnd
Eddie Bensell. This bun. h of sl.igPis
were chaperoned by Charles La.'scji,
They were in a For i truck accompan
ied by piano, pk-.yed by Mary Alice
Bensell. The n.usic commenced on
the Agency hill and then tiiey playol
and sang In frorl of several of th"
houses in town. It h;id Rtoppel rain
ing and as the music rang cut on the
still morning air it w:i3 much like the
sweet voices o antjete. It was unique
as such a thing had nevnr oTcnrrei
at Siletz before. Suroly it had some
thing to do In putting the spirit of
Christmas Into the heartj of the peo
ple for Siletz never had a nicer
The Sunday school gnve the enter-
Hall's Catarrh Medicine
Those who are In a "run down" condi
tion will notice that Catarrh bothers
them much more than when they are In
Rood health. This fact proves that while
Ciitarrh Is a local disease, it Is greatly
Influenced by constitutional conditions.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE con
sists ot an Ointment which Quickly
Helievcs by local application, and the
Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which assists
In Improving the General Health.
Sold by druKBl-its for over 40 fears.
F, J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
The annual meeting or the stock
holders of the Toledo Investment and
Development Corporation vrifl be
held at the Chamber cf Commerce
Rooms In the city of Toledo on-the
evening of January Sth, 1923, a-, 8 p
?. The annual election of officers
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TA l is OF OREGON FOR LINCOLN
L. W. Williams, plaintiff, vs. De-
Witt C. Henry, J. K. Weatherford. Ivy
May Henry, Charles W. Smith and O.
To DeWitt C. Henry, Ivy May Henry
and Charles W. Smith, defendants:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You and each of you are
hereby required to appear and answer
the amended complaint and answer
and cross complaint filed against you
in the above entitled suit on or before
the last date of publication of this
summons, to-wit: January 11th, 1923,
and if you foil so to answer the plain
tiff and the defendant J. K. Weather
ford will apply to the above entitled
court for the relief demanded in the
said amended complaint and in the
said answer and cross complaint, to
wit: That plaintiff may have judge
ment against defendant Dewitt C. Hen
ry in the sum of $501.67, with intereav
at 8 per cent par annum from Novem
ber 25, 1916, $154.04 with interest
thereon at 6 per cent per annum f -om
November 25, 1916, and $60.00 attor
neys' fees and his costs and disburse
ments therein; and that defendant J.
K. Weatherford may have Judgment
against defendant DeWitt C. Henry In
the sura of $Cb0.00 with interest there
on at 7 per cent per anuuin from
April 26, 1913, and the further sum of
claiming by, through or under you
said defendants, may be barred and
foreclosed of any estate, right, title
Hen or Interest" in or to said moi-'.
gaged premises or any part thereof,
and for such other and further relief
as may be equitable and Just.
This summons is served upon you
by piib'lratlon in accordance with nn
order made by the Hon. C. W. James,
county judgo of Lincoln County, Ore
gon, which snld order is dated Novem
ber 27th, 1922, and which requires that
this summons be published In the Lin
coln County Lender for six consecu
five nnd succesfi've weeks beginning
with the ls3ue of November 20th, 1922
O. B. McCLUSKEY,
Attorney for plntntlff.
P. O. Address: Tnlprln Dro
Date of 1st publication Nov. 30, 19'2.
Date of last publication, Jan. U, 1923!
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
the undersigned, executor, of the
estate of William Hall, deceased, has
filed in the county court of Lincoln
county, state of Oregon, his final ac
count as such executor of said estate,
and that Tuesday the 2nd day of Jan
uary, ijit, at me nour of nine oclock
a. m. has been fixed bv said court n
the time for hearing of objections to
Bald report and the settlement thprn.
BENJAMIN FRANK HALL,
Executor of the estate of William
Nov. 30 Dec. 28.
FIRE, LIFE, HEALTH & ACCIDEl
C. K. CROSNO, Toledo, Oregon
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subscribers for stcck who have fully
paid for same line1 have t'.teir certi
ficates of stock will be entitled to
vote at this meeting.
44 2t Secretarv.
NOTICE Absolutely no hunting
allowed on my plac; U. F. Early.
37 10 paid
NOTICE TO COWMEN
On account of contagious abortion
being present in our counlry I posi
tively will not take in any outside ser
vice to my bull without the owner ha3
a certificate of health for "abortion.
43 3t L. A. HULBERT.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL PROPERTY.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
ini A.u .nni n .1 ...I ..... C .1
rata nf K n. or,. . luuiiiiuuuLur Ol IUB CS-
" "n tate of Fred Kuensler. deceased, will
fin. m . fl 0J attornTy virlue of a "iir M duly made
... auu umuuiBKiueiiis ,ana entered ot record in the County
therein; that the mortgages executed I Court of Lincoln County, Oregon, on
ucii.u.cu uy 8aiu ueienuant uo- te -un uay or December, 1922, author
win . rienry to tne plaintiff, record- llzing and teniiinir tIir nnrtoruinoH
ed in book 8, mortgage records of Lin- administrator of said estate to Bell the
coin county, Oregon, at page 357 there-real property belonging to said estato,
of, and in book 13, mortgage records of 11 w111 in pursuance thereof, on and at-
Go Horns for
Why not surprise the folks at home with a visit
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25 per cent Reduction
Round Trip Fares
Between all stations where one-way fare is $30.00 or less.
Sate dates: December 22, 23, 24, 25, 29, 30, 31, January 1st
Final return limit January 3rd.
Frequent and Convenient Service will make your Journey
a trip of pleasure.
For further particulars ask agenta
JOHN M. SCOTT,
General Passenger Agent
Lincoln county, Oregon at page 280
thereof, to the defendant j. K. Weather
ford, upon property described as fol
The southwest quarter of the south
east quarter of section 27, and the
west half of the northeast quarter of
section 34, in township 8 south, range
11 west of the Willamette Meridian,
in Lincoln County, Oregon,
be foreclosed and that said property
be sold in the manner and form pro
vided by law by the sheriff of Lin
coln county, Oregon; that said sheriff
place the purchaser in the immediate
DOSKesalon ihnrpnf nr.rl rhnt iia
First: To the payment of the costs
of said sale;
Second: To the amount of judg
ment in favor of the plaintiff, includ
ing principal and interest, taxes, attor
neys' fees, costs and disbursements;
Third: To the amount of judgment
in favor of the defendant J. K.
Weatherford, including interest, at
torneys' fees, costs and disburse
ments; Fourth: And the overplus, If any
there be, to the defendant Dewitt C.
That said defendants Dewitt C.
Henry, Ivy May Henry, and Charles
W. Smith and each of them, and all
persons claiming bv through, or und-
'er them. he hurrnil nni fciTnMnaaA
t j from all title and equity in said prem-
iises, except only statutory right of re
demption, and that plaintiff and said
defendant, J.K.Weatherford, may have
nn mruier reuei as to tne court may
This summons is published In the
"Lincoln County Leader" once a week
for six successive and consecutive
weeks, commencing with the issue of
November 30th, 1922, and ending with
the Issue of January 11th, 1923, pur
suant to the order of the Honorable
G. F. Sklpworth. Judge of the Circuit
1 1 Court of the State of Oregon for Lin-
coin county, dated November 24th,
Dated this 24th day of November,
B. F. JONES,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Postoffica addreBs: Newport, Oregon.
McFADPEN & CLARKE,
Attorneys for defendant,
J. Jv. weatnerrord,
Hit 11 ?toff'c.f ddr.ef.s Corvallis, Oregon,
uaitj vi lirsr puoncaiinn, iov. 30, l'JZZ.
Date or last publication, Jan. 11, 1923
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YOU ARE ASSURED A PERSONAL HOSPI- I
TAL ITY AND INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION
through the combined efforts of a staff, who after II
years of training, understand the needs of the
MUSIC, DANCING a.nd the BEST TO EAT
Arthur li. Meyers Manae 1
ter Saturday the Gth day of January,
ivu, ai tne nour or ten oclock a. m.
of said day, at the law office of o. R
McCluskey, in Toledo, Lincoln county,
Oregon, offer for sale at private sale
to the highest bidder the following de
scribed reaf property situate In Lln-
uuin county, uregon, Deionging to said
Beginning at a point in the center of
i'oole blough on the 1-4 section line
that is fifty (50) rods north of the
southeast corner of the northwest
quarter of the southwest quarter of
section 2 In township 12 south of
range 11 west of the Willamette Meri
dian, in Oregon, running thence In a
rsoutnwesteny direction along the cen
ter or saia siougn rorty-one (41) rods,
thence north and parallel to and with
the 14 section line running through
Baia section, tnirty-rlno rods, thence
northeasterly and parallel to and with
the first line herein fortv one rods.
and to a point north of the place of be
ginning, tnence south along the 1-4
section line in said section to the
place or beginning, containing ten
(10) acres more of less.
Terms of Sale, cash in hand.
Dated this 4th day of December,
G. B. McCLUSKEY,
Administrator of the Estate,
First pub. Dec. 7, 1922.
Last pub. Jan. 4, 1923. 6t
State school funds are now avail,
able for loans on Improved agricul
tural lands. Inquire of Miss Sara
Crahen, Toledo, Oregon. 38 tf
IN THE CTRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR LIN
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR LIN
STATE LAND BOARD OF THE
STATE OF OREGON: Ben W. Olcott
governor; Sam A. Kozer, secretary of
state; o. p. Hotr, state treasurer; con
stituting and styled "State Land Board
of the State of Oregon," plaintiff, vs.
O. L. Holgate, R. C. Wynant, Clar
ence Hout, N. L. Gullllams. W. E.
Gwynn, and Lincoln County bank, a
To O. L. Holgate, R. C. Wynant,
Clarence Hout, N. L. Guilliams. W.
E. Gwynn and Lincoln County Bank.
a corporation, the above named de
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON: ,
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint of plaintiff
nlea against you m the above en
titled suit, on or before the expiration
of six weeks from the date of the first
publication of this summons, ond if
you fail so to appear and answer, for
want thereof the plaintiff will apply to
the above entitled court for the relief
demanded in its complaint, to-wlt: for
a decree of this court foreclosing a
certain mortgage executed by defend
ant, O. L. Holgato, to plaintiff on the
10th day of January, 1912, on the fol
lowing described real property situat
ed In Lincoln County, Oregon.
East- half or northwest quarter.
southwest quarter of northeast quar
ter and northwest quarter of southeast
quarter of section eighteen In town
ship twelve south of range eleven west
of Willamette Meridian
and that the above described tract ot
land be sold by the sheriff of Lincoln
county, Oregon, as provided by law to
satisfy the amount due and owing to
plaintiff on said mortgage: and far
ther for a decree that yon said defend
ants, and each of you, and a',1 persons
Mflbrey Gibbs, plaintiff, vs. Harvey
To Harvey Gibbs, the above named
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed against
you in the above entitled suit now on
file in the office of the County Clerk
of Lincoln County, Oregon, on or be
fore the last day named in the order
ior me publication . of summons, to
wit: on or before six weeks from the
first day of the publication hereof.
And you are hereby notified that If
you fail to appear and answer said
complaint as herein required, the
plaintiff will apply to the above entitl
ed court for the relief prayed for In
said coraplain.t to-wit: for a decree
of said court dissolving the marriage
contract existing between plaintiff and
defendant, and awarding and decree
ing to the plaintiff the care, custodv
and control of the infant child, the Is-
Bue oi said marriage, to-wit: Dorothy
Gibbs, and for such other and furtli in-
order and decree as the court mav
deem meet and just.
This summons is served upon you
by publication thereof by order of the
Hon. C. W. James, county Judge ot
Lincoln county, Oregon, ninde on the
23rd day of November, 1922, directing
publication thereof once a week for six
consecutive and successive weeks,
beginning with the issue of November
23rd, 1922, and ending with the issue
of January 4th, 1923, in the LINCOLN
COUNTY LEADER, a weekly, news
paper published and of general circula
tion within Lincoln Countv, Oregon.
C. E. HAWKINS,
Attorney for plaintiff,
P. O. address: Toledo, Oregon.
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