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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON,' FRIDAY, MAY 24th, 1918.
PACE FIVE
M. M. Davis of Eugene was a
Toledo visitor yesterday.
Mrs. C. L. Morrison was down
from Elk City yesterday.
Ben Hunt of Eddyville was a
Toledo visitor last evening.
George Freeman was a pass
enger for Elk City yesterday.
Ed. Logan is assisting Al
Waugh in his "Smokehouse."
Miss Alpha Thompson visited
at Elk City Monday of this week.
A Longden of Eddyville was a
county seat visitor the first of
the week.
Mrs. C. R. Wright of Newport
was visiting friends in this city
yesterday.
Jack and Layton Martin of
Dawson, arrived in Toledo Tues
day evening.
Miss Mamie Redfleld was a
G. L. Gray of Newport was a
Toledo visitor Saturday.
Arthur Bensell was over from
the Agency Monday.
John Bowers of Poole Slough
was in tha city Monday.
County Agent A. A. Asbahr
was a Siletz visitor yesterday.
P. H. Eltin'g of Orton was a
Toledo visitor Monday evening.
Mrs. Jesse Daniels of Mill
Four was a Toledo visitor Mon
day.
D. L. Peterson returned Tues
day evening from a trip to Port
land.
C. B. Arthur of Harlan was a
county seat visitor Monday
evening..
Miss Sada Chambers i'isited
at Newport several days
first of the week.
Mrs. Denna Snuffer was a
G. 0. Adams and daughter,
Lilian, and Floyd January, pass
ed through Corvallis today, on
their way to Portland. Mr.
Adams went to the Valley to
have conferred upon him, soma
of the highest degrees in Ma
sonry. Miss Mary January ac
companied them as far as Al
bany, on her way to visit friends
at Shedds, Oregon.
-W-8S-
KONK
HONK FORD
HORN
Camouflages Motorist
Speed Cop Has Laugh
Hare's a lesson in high fin
ance for you.
A prominent professional man
of Oregon City, who drives a
highpowered auto was slipping
theialongthe White House drive
one day recently. He was well
within the vpeed limit, he do-
passenger for Elk City yester- passengerfor Portland Monday, SLnoxSusS
day morning. L,,m nff wn.da ' no one when an obnoxious hoin
v " I known to be on only one make
Jim Hodges was down from 0f motor vehicles, honked be-
Elk City Tuesday. Jim is doing 'hind. It kept on honking. Mr.
some logging up Big Elk. I High-powered Auto's dignity
Miss Essie Ball went to New- was offended. He "stepped on
port Sunday for a visit with her r and .watcnea tne speeao-
slster. Mrs. Lena Jones, return- meter jump past, w ou aim
ing home Tuesday.
Manager J. O. Storey of the
Yaquina Bay Ry. & Lbr. Co.,
was a passenger for the city
Wednesday morning.
John Olson returned to Port
land Monday after a few weeks'
visit with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Hans Olson, near this city.
day morning,
Mrs. Tom Thompson was a
passenger for Elk City yester
day morning.
Mr. and Mrs. George Carreu
were passengers for Eddyville
yesterday morning.
Emier Watkins and Henry
McCrum wre over from Drift
Creek yesterday.
Chas. Allen was down from
Elk City last Saturday, bringing
In the election returns.
Read G. F. Greve & Co's ad
In this Issue. They promise
some rare shoe bargains.
Miss Leta Martin of Harlan
spent the week-end with Miss
Pegy Thomason in this city.
climb steadily up. And then
the ever popular motorcycle cop
speed alongside, honked a little
old Ford horn and grinned.
"Don't you think that is a
dirty Irish trick?" asked the
Oregon City motorist.
"It may be sorter mean, but
we must show results. And this
is sure the candy decoy for
speed demons. Whenever I
honk this little old horn, tney
Miss Esther Kawetzky of Cor- jate Bhop now.
vallis spent Sunday with Missl ir T ' , . .
Peggy Thomason in this city. L tT-J- nto?,d ws dow"
J J from his Fiegles Creek ranch
Mrs. Bert Geer and daughter, the first of the week, bringing
Mary, and Miss Ilah Sherwood, I in the election returns. We ac-
were passengers forAlbany this jknowledge a call
morning.
Bert Howe, the "Sanitary Bar-
white barber chafr J TeK
the week. Bert haa a fine ,.n-to- a"d J 6et em: Cauht elSht
victims yesterday." Oregon
City Enterprise.
Miss Margie Pettit of Summit
has been visiting here this week
with her sister, Mrs. J. F. Spoon
er, and family.
Ord Castle came up from the
Lower Bay yesterday, where he
has been doing some work for
the Warren Spruce Co.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stone of
Tart were in Toledo the latter
part of last week enroute to
Portland where Mr. Stone will
work in the shipyards.
County Food Commissioner
S. G. Irvin of Newport, passed
through to Portland Tuesday to
attend a meeting of the Com'
Mrs. Fish informs us that she jDiissioners of the State.
expects another large shipment Geo. II. Horsfall of Rock
of hats in this evening, having 'Creek was a county seat visitor
soia almost an sne naa in siock. over Sunday. Mr. Horsfall re
Mrs. Franklin arrived down 'ceived the Democratic nomina
from Seattle Wednesday eve.n- tion for county commissioner.
ing, and will make uer home Mesdames Ella Stewart and
here with her mother, Mrs. Allen I E. P. Currey departed Monday
ranter, m tnis city. morning for Seaside, where they
Mrs. J F. Snooner and chil- will attend the Rebekah Grand
Aron n'orp nassjnppro for Sum- Lodge. They go as debates
1 0 . I A 1 1 1 1 .1
mit yesterday morning where, m me luuai iuuBe.
Mrs. Spooner will visit with her
parents for a few days
Miss Ethel Polland finished a
Hall Bros, of Siletz have pur
chased the Wygant potatoes
which have beea stored here for
very successful term of school some time, and have men sort-
in the Mill Four district Wed.ies- "g anu re-saewng same, geu
day of this week. She will leave 6 them ready for shipment.
at once for her home at Oregon j m.. d. Brandeberry of Harlan
City.
Dr. W. M. Berry the dentist
expects to leave tomorrow on a
trip to Washington. D. C. The
va3 a Toledo visitor Saturday
evening and Sunday. Mr. Bran
deberry is a good roads enthus
last and is working hard for bet-
CaUrrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by looal application!, they cannot reach
the dlaeaai-d portion of thu ear. There la
only on, way to curt catarrhal aeafneaa,
ana mat la oy a constitutional remcoy.
Catarrhal Deafneaa la cauatd by an In
flamed condition or the mucoua lining 01
the Eustachian Tube. When thla tube I
Inflamed you have a rumbling aound or Ira
perfect hearing-, and when It la entirely
cloaed. Deatneia la the result. Unleas tha
Inflammation can be reduced and thla tuba
restored to Ita normal condition, hearing
will ba destroyed forever. Many easea of
deafneaa ara caused by catarrh, which la
an Inflamed condition of the mucoua sur
faces. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru
the blood on tba mucous surfaces of ths
system.
We will give Ons Hundred Dollars for
any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot
bo cured by Hall s Catarrh Medicine. Cir
culars free. All Druggists. 7fco.
F. J. CHKNEI CO.. Toledo, O.
8UMM0N3
In the Circuit Court of tha State of
Oregon for Lincoln County
Elnora Seovllle, Plaintiff,
vs.
W. H. Poster. Elizabeth Ladd, Annie
Stevens, Koala Martin, Elvira Knott
and the unknown heirs of Joseph
Knott, deceased; Also "all other per
sona or particB unknown claiming any
right, title, estate, lien or interest in
the real estate described in the com
plaint herein." Defendants.
To W. H. Foster, Elizabeth Land.
Annie Stevens, Rosle Martin, Elvira
Knott and the unknown heirs of
Joseph Knott, deceased; also "all other
person, or parties unknown claiming
any right, title, estate, lien or Interest
in the real estate described in the
complaint herein," the above named
defendants:
In the Name cf the State of Oregon
You and carh of you are hereby
summoned uud required to appear and
answer the complaint of the plaintiff
in the abovo entitled suit now on flln
with the cleik of the abovo entitled
Court, on or before the (lute of the
last publication cf this summons, to
wit: on or before the 14th day of June,
1918, and you and each of you are
hereby notified that if you fail no
to appear and answer said complaint
as herein required, fur want thereof,
plaintiff will apply to the above en
titled Court for the relief demanded 1n
plaintiff's complaint, namely: for a De
cree that the plaintiff Is the owner in
fee simple of the following described
land, situated in Lincoln County, Ore
gon, to-wit:
Lots Three (3), four (4), eight (8)
and twelve (12) In Section two, town
ship elej-en, south of range ten, weBt
of the Willamette Meridian, in Lin
coln County, Oregon.
And that all adverse claims of sale1
defendants may be determined by sal
decree; that said defendants, and eao.
of them, be declared and adjudged to
have no right, title, interest, lien or
estate whatsoever In or to said lands
described; that the defendants, and
each of them, be forever barred and
enjoined from asserting any claim
therein adverse to the plaintiff; and
for such other and further relief as
to the Court may seem equitable,
This summons Is published in the
Lincoln County Leader a weekly news
paper, once a week for s.x consecutive
and successive weeks beginning with
the issue of May 3rd, 1918, and end
ing with the issue of June 14, 1918
under and in pursuance of the direc
tions contained in an order made by
the Honorable R. R. Miller. Judge of
the County Court of Lincoln County,
Oregon, which suid order is J. .led on
the 27th day of April, 1918.
Hawkins McCluck'y,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, Poatofflce A 1
dress: Toledo, Oregon.
Date of first publication May 3rd, 1915
ftates file rrWee a ftU
km u mi lee Setter
antft a thnvnf Creeefy.
Hsleada Ms
tr w ,1
IRRITABLE
NERVOUS
You can be the one to send Mm
a pouch ot
Real GRAVELY Chewing Plug
It pays to know the facts before you spend
your money.
You will be sending your friend more
tobacco comfort and satisfaction in one pouch
of Real Gravely Plug than in half a dozen
plugs of ordinary tobacco.
Giva any man a chew of Real Gravely Plug, and be will tei!
yo'J that's the kind to send. Send the best!
Ordinary plug is false economy. It coats less per week to
chew Real Gravely, because small chew of it lots long
If you smoke a pipe, slice Gravely with your knife and add
little to your smoking tobacco. It will give flavor improve
your smoke.
SEND YOUK FRIEND IN THE ft S. SERVICE A POUCH OF GRAVELY
Dealer till around here carry it in 10c. pouches. A 3c
tamp will put it into his hands in any Training Camp or Sea.
port of tha U. S. A. Even "over there" 3c stomp will take
it to him. Your dealer will supply envelop and give you official
directions how to address it
P. B. GRAVELY TOBACCO COMPANY, Danville, Va.
77i Pattnt Poach keen if Fnth and CUan and Good
It i not Real Gravity without thil protection Sal
Established 1S31
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
010311
Department of the Interior
U. S. Loud Offlce at Rosehurg, Oregon.
May 7, 1918.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Aus
tin C. ThlBsell, of Tidewater, Oregon,
who, on December 9, 1915, made Sec
ond Homestead Kntry, Serial No.
010311, for the Ktfc NWVi NW14,
NEK SWVi NWVi. SEVi1 NWVi
SWVi NWVi of Sec. 12 Tp. 14 S. R. 10
W. except a atrip of land within Sec.
12, 14 10 W. said strip being 50 links
wide, described as follows: Hen Inn
ing at a point 20 chs., W. and 14.50
chs. S. of the N',4 Cor. ot Sec. 12, 14,
10 W., thence S. 41 degrees W. 6.66
chs., thence 8. 18 degrees W. 4.39
chs., thence S. 26 degrees V., 2.25
chs., thenco S. 43 degrees 30 minutes
Date ot last publication June 14, 1918. iW. 3.96 chs.. thence S. 71 degrees W
1.42 chs.; thence N. 61 degrees W
1.81 chs.; thence N. 87 degrees W.
-W S S-
CUARDIAN'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
and in pursuance ot on order of the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Polk County, sitting in probate,
made and entered ot record In said
Court on the 8th day of April, 1918,
in the matter of the estate and guar
dianshlp of Loralne Maud
Ruth Muhlig, and Edward
Muhllg, minors, authorizing and li
censing the undersigned Otto U
1.22 chs.; thence S. 44 degrees 30 min
utes W. 2.02 chs.; to place where end
ot strip closes on S. boundary of the
tract. Township 14 S., llange 10 W..
Willamette Meridian, lias filed notice
of Intention to make Three-year Proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before R. If. Howell, Clerk
of the County Court of Lincoln County,
Muhliir Oregon, at Toledo, Oregon, on the
Herman -St'1 day of June, 1018.
i nun nnr nunies as witnesses:
Roy McMillon, of Tidewater, Oregon;
WAUGH 'S
MARKET
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
FISH AND OYSTERS
IN SEASON
Highest Price Paid for Illdea
LESTER WAUGH, Prop.
SHERIFF'S SALE
In tha Circuit Court of the State' of
Oregon for the County of Lincoln
P. W. Howlett, Plaintiff.
VS.
I. G, Davidson and Ida May David
son, his wife. Defendants.
Ily virtue of an execution decree and
order of salo Issued out of the above
entitled Court In the above .entitled
action to me directed and dated the
9th dny of May A. D. 1918 In favor of
P. W. Howlett Plaintiff and against
the above named Defendants for thu
sum of $1204.15 with Interest thereon
at the rate of 7 per cent per annum
from the 12th day of March A. I).
at . m . it m: itnr, iv rir i tnuu.uiir i lrnif'tn i - - - - ....e ' ws. ve.v.vs u i-
Miinnii- or Fiinrninn nr inn. nprsniiH - ...."..., -'.. nw..( . . . .
and .atate. of said minors, to Sell the Ragsdale. of Tidewater. Oregon; IZTZZ? ,Z:
i i,a i - r.rnPHL miuui wntiii. ni i inpwniir. iirt- - - - - mo
rtui yrvyvriy jl biu wbi ua ui pi ivuiu : " " , , "
w. AniTihtn tf ln.4;.n I aU ' sale for ctis K In the manner Drescr bed w. n, wnnon,
9 taV lour tha salrl rriiartilnn will frntu
Before Bejfianirg to Take
Card-u-i, the Woman's
Tonic.
Kokomo, Ind. Mrs. H. Hankemeier,
by law, the said guardian will, from itegisier.
and after. Saturday, the 25th day of 0
May. 1918. proceed to sell the real SUMMONS
property of said wards, hereinafter In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Lincoln County
Gertrude Carter, Plalntln.
vs.
Dick Carter. Defendant.
To Dick Carter; Defendant;
In the Name of the State of Oregon;
You are hereby required to appear
mi. to ;";iur roads in the county. He is
Doctor expects to spend abou h , d , ,
thrie weeks at our National ....
cal)tial- ithrougli Dig Elk to Newport.
Owing to an accident at the A M wheelock arrived over
Yaquina Hay Ry. & Lbr. Co s. from corvallis Wednesday even
min, Wednesday evening, which ing and ls negotiating for the
resulted in a broken saw, saw imrchasa of the Swayze restau-
rollar, etc., the mill (liu not run raU Ie went t0 South Beach
Thursday.
yettcrday to look the situation
W. A. Jones of Turn Turn was .over with a view to establishing
in th. city over Sunday having
broii.zhl in the election returns
Iron) that precinct, lie calleti in
and sub.un'ied for the Leader
while in town.
a restaurant
tanJ there.
and soft drink
Word lias been received from
Mariun yturdevant that he has
successfully passed the exami
nation for promotion to the offi
cers' paining camp, and that he
leaves for that place at once.
Marion has twice been promoted
since going to Cnmp Lewis, hav-
, ,,irHit mg serveu as eurpui ui, unu er-
chorus. Mrs. Wells is a splendid " ' . ..
lieutenancy.
described, at private sale, to tlio high
with said license ot sale, and in the
manner prescribed by law, subject to
confirmation by said County Court:
CnM pa.l nmna.tD l.alnir ,111 .Hen la. I V
Of this town, says: "Hook so well, and described as follows, towit:
am so well, that it does not seem as if 1 1 Lots numbered 2H, 24, 25, and SC.
ever needed Cardui. But I was not al- In Section 4, Townuhlp 14. Smith of and uuswer the Complaint filed against
waysiisway...lthinklhavetakenai"anf?, 11 ,WcBt, of, "jf Villumette ,you In the above entitled suit on or be
. ' u,,i- K.f,. ;,. I Meridian, in Lincoln County, State jfore the 2Stli day of June, 1918. being
dozen Dottles ... Deiore my Utile girl of 0reRnn containing 167.10 acres. 'more than six weeks from the date of
came. subject to the curtesy estate ot Bald .the first publication of this summons,
I was feeling dreadfully bad, had head- Otto O. Muhllg tlu rein. land If you rail to answer fur want
aclte, backache, sick at my stomach, no Blu8 may be made to the under- thereof the Plaintiff will upply to the
I was VCry irritable tOO and' suurumu liurauutiiiy, ur Beiuiimn lor me ri'iiui ueuiuimuu 111 hit
' ' ' by mall. complaint tn-wlt;
Otto G. Muhlig, Guardian For a I lecri e dissolving the linnds of
of the persons and estates of the matrimony cxiitlng between the plain
above named minors. Address: 142 tiff und the di'fcnilnnt, and fur Plain-
energy .
nervous.
I began taking Cardui about 6 months
before my baby came. As a result all
those bad feelings left me, and I just felt '''ast
gon.
2d Street North. Portland, Ore
Oscar Hayter,
Attorney, Dallas, Oregon.
tin's costs and illsliiirs'inrntH of this
to sell the following described ral
property sltuuto in Lincoln County,
Oregon as follows, towit: All of tha
South one Halt of the Southeast Quar
ter, and all of the Southeast Quarter
of the Southwest Quarter of Section
Number Twenty-nine In Township
Thirteen, South of llange Kleven West
of the Willamette Meridian, In Lincoln
County, State of Oregon.
NOW, TIIKKKI-'OKK In rompll.inrc
with the demands of said exeivit'nn
decree and order of sale I will ou
Saturday the Mil day of June A. 1).
1U18 at 1 o'clock P. M. at the I rout
door of the County Court House, In
the City of Toledo, Lincoln f jliity,
Oregon, sell to the highest bidder for
cash, all the right title and int. rest of
the above named Iiefenilants In the
above named action, In the above ). -(Tilled
property to satisfy said c ca
tion decree and order of aule, iuicrot,
costs and accruing costs.
Bert Geer, Sheriff of
Murom i Dim t y . en s ri.
SHERIFF'8 SALE
In the Circuit Court of the St.it of1
A benefit show was given at
the Dime theatre last evening,
proceeds going to the Ild Cross.
Mrs. Wells of Portland, sang a
solo, the audience joining in th ; f'
grand, just as if nothing at all was the
tna.icr, and when the end came I was
hardly tick ct all.
Since that 1 have never taken Cardui
at all . . . It lias done mc Ood, and 1
know it will hdo others, if thev will only
lv j ! Oregon for the County of Lincoln
h.,'..m,i,.., i.,i,(,,i i.i I James Cunningham and Julia Cuii-
Many vwmen hsve written grateful let. ubVi.himu ..,,,,,,.
ters like the above, telling of the r.ncJ ; vs.
lhal Cardui has done litem. Why should, P. W. Stock. Ned Clark and Dudley
it not Imlp you, too? If you suifcr from ;Trapp. Iierenilants.
.unl ll,e!;llv.t,l".r.nrr,l,nnlnn,I.n J Virtue (if tin O:.0rlltloll, decree,
' ' . . v . :i II il order uf snW IskiiimI out nf tin.
singer.
R. L. McFarland visited tne
Lower Siletz. Devils Lake and
Rose Lodge sections the latter
part of last week, delivering me
Hon. T. J. Buford now living
on a homestead near Harlan
was In the city this week as a
guest of Clark Copeland and Ira
ballot boxes for Sheriff Geer. Mr. , Wade Mr Buford brought down
!?'., 1., ,1 onra that "tVlO TjeV- . -
McFarland says that, "the Dev- Lha ,' ,lnt' hXpn fPnm nic Riw
lis Lake section contains some Preclnctf where he 8erved a9
of tne nest grazing miiu m Chairman of the election board
world. Mr. Buford was for eleht vears
United States Indian Agent at
Siletz, and was for many years
a prominent figure in Lincoln
and Benton County politics. He
was a delegate to numerous Re
publican State Conventions, and
Is credited with the honor of
electing Thomas II. Tongue to
Congress In the campaign of
189G. Mr. Tongue was elected
that year by only 70 majority
and his majority on the Siletz
alone was considerable over 100,
It is said that through Buford's
efforts every Indian but five or
six voted for Tongue,
Subscriptions to the Leader
received this week are: Roy
Wagner, Toledo, Or.; W. A.
Jones, Blodgett, Or.; Mrs. Myrtle
Welter, Toledo, Or.; M. D. Bran
deberry, Harlan, Or.; C. Jensen,
Waldport. Or.; J. II. Winskill,
Toledo, Or.; Vaino Immonen,
Taft, Or.; W. J. Cline. Eddyville,
Or.; John Dillon, Toledo, Or.; W.
II. Daniels, Plum, Wash.; A. II.
Phelps, Ona, Or,; J. D. Kent,
Waldport. Or.; Floyd Butler, 448
Sqdrn., Raymond, Wash.; J. H.
Earley, Waldport, Or.; D. C. Mil
ler, Winant, Or.
AL WAUGH
Dealer la
Cigars
Tobacco
and
Butter
Klst
Pop
Corn
TOLEDO, OREGON
ana icei me necu ui a sue, renaoie, ial)ove pnlti,.d Court in tlio above on
strengthening tonic, we urge you to be
(rin todav and cive Cardui a fair trial, the 2nd day of April A. I). 11U8
Your dealer Sells Card-U-L tB-10 ,ttYur ol " i-iaumnii ami ukiuihi mo
uuuvu iiuuieu weieiiuitiiLH iwr uiu buih
of $1500.00 with interest thereon ut
tin .ntn "f Q . nmnt n 11 ri , -,,,
ila iijih l,iv nf Mureh A II. 1'HC mill
a further Bum of $150.00 attorney's
foes and costs taxed at J. . . ., and coats
of Oils writ commanding tne to sell
the followlnn described real property
situate in Lincoln County, OruKon nj
follows, towit:
Lota Six (6) and Seven (7) In Sec
tion Six (6) Township Kleven (11)
South of Range Nine (V) West of the
Willamette Meridian In Lincoln Coun
ty, Oregon.
NOW, THEUKPOIIE in compliance
with the demands ot said execution
decree and order ot sale I will on Sat
urday the 18th day of May A. I). 1918
t 1 o'clock P. M. at the front door
of the County Court House, in the City
of Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon,
sell to the highest bidder for cash, all
the right title and Interest or tlio
above named Defendanti In the above
named action, In the above described
property to satisfy said execution de
cree and order of salo, Interest, costs
and accruing costs,
Bart Gear, Sheriff of
Lincoln County, Oregon.
nte of First Publication April 10,
I I 0. Il ...... .......ll.. I .....
nun. mm mi II imiiiei mnm Minimi ,.,( r Kr8, atioll May In. l"IV
thn idiilntltr tne cure anil custody or j,ute f La.lt l',i:,ll. ath.n June 7. IMS.
Iiueir minor ciiiiu .seme t nrier, aun
lor planum h cosih unu uiHiiiirs 'iiieius W Z 2
or t ii ik huh, anil lor hiicii inner ami
I urtlnT n lief iik the Court may H'"'i
meet with eiillty. Service of tliU
Kiiinnion hi minle upon you by publi
cation thereof hi putxialire of nil ol'il'T
of tl.e Honorable It. It. Miller, Coun.v
.linl -c r.f l.hiroln Coiinly. (Irecon. i.ii
the Mth day of May. I'.iis. ilir"ill:r tiff.
that said piililleatinu be miidc in thi
l.ilu olli County l.i ailer. a newfp,'T
of Ketieral ( In illation printed uml joi'i
liKhed hi Toledo, Lincoln Cmiiity, Ore-
SUMMONS
In the Circuit Court of ths Sv.
Oregori fur Lincoln Court y
I'.anli of ili i I a l orp'iiatl'iii i'
ot
:i.r.-
Albany Replanting to start
Boon In Santlam forest. 320,000
trees to be planted.
titled netlon to me directed ami dated
l tie nan: 01 me iirsi imiiiiii'iuiiiti iii
iiiih puiiinioiin m nuty 1,111, juin. i oe
date of the linn liubllcutioii la June
Sth, iyis.
D. P. Jones, Attorney
Plaintiff.
I'OBtolIlco address, Newport, OrcKon.
o
SHERIFF'S SALE
Ily virtue of an execution and order
of sale, to mo directed, Issued nut of
the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon for Lincoln County, in the suit of
Florence Hunter, plaintiff vs. George
Record, defendant, a mortgage fore
closure, 1 will on June Hith, 1918 at
the hour of one o'clock P. M. at the
front door of the courthouse In To
ledo, Lincoln County, Oregon sell at
public auction to the highest bidder
for rash, tho following described real
property:
The Southwest quarter and the West
half of the Southeast quarter of Sec
tion Three In Township ten, South,
Itangn nine west of the Willamette
Meridian In Lincoln County, Oregon.
gnld sate will be made to satlsry
the judgment and decree In said suit,
towit: A Judgment for planum ror
the sum of !KI8.19 with 8 per cent in
terest per annum from May,
7th, 1918 and tho further sum of
$80.00 attorney's fees and tho costs
and disbursements taxed at KXOO, and
accruing costs,
Bert Geer, Sheriff.
Ihite of Last Publication May 17,
1918.
VS.
.1. K. Davis, li.'i', n.lant.
To J. K. I)av;, tin- abov,. mr I ).
feudiint.
In the name oi the State of Oreoon,
You are her.-hy required to i ppeur
and niiHU'cr th" complaint of H e al ove
named plaint!)' In the above inil'led
court and cause, now on tile u I'll the
Clerk of said Court on or beio o th"
21st day of June, 1U18 and you lire l.
tilled that If you fall to appeir ;:t. :
answer said complaint as heichy rv
quired, that plaintiff will tul.e Jid t-
ment nKiiliiMt you for tho sum of
$'.'75.00 with 8 per cent Interest from
June lOtli. 1917 and the furtl cr i'Uni
of laO.OO attorney's Zees and tbe com
and disbursements nereln, an I an or
der to sell the property attpcl-erl In
this action by the siertfl of Lincoln
County, Oregon, to-wit:
lleglnnlng at the Southeast corner
of Lot Nino (9), niock Six O'.l Gra
ham's Fourth Addition to Toledo, Ore
gon, running thence North f0 feet.
thence West 25 feet, thenco South GO
feet, thence Kust 25 feet to the place
nf beginning, In Lincoln County, Orp
gon. This summons Is served on you lr
publication in Lincoln County Leader
by order of Hon. J. W. Hamilton.
Judge of tho above entitled court mailt
May 7th, 1918. The date of ti e fir
publication of this summons Is Ma'
10th, 1918 and the date of tap iaj
publication Is June 21st, 1918.
Hawkins A McClusLey and I., t. Kan,
Attorneys for Plaintiff. Hutlileuces,
Toledo and Albany, Oreron.

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