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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO OREGON, FRIDAY. JANUARY 9th, 1920 ndiiestion Iff' 0 YOU KNOW that indigestion can be cured, permanently cured, so that you can eat any kind of food that you crave? It has been done not only once, but in almost every case when Cham berlain's Tablets are used. An instance : Mr. J. Pominville, Stillwater, Minn., who had spent over $2,000.00 for medicine and treatment was perma nently cured by these tablets. IV Mm'rHili.liHiOV.uit'-., nv.V -v. : frnJtrajgI:j; !J&0p Water Front Meat Market I M J. L. Demitt, Prop. f $ if t :? ' re f ; x pi Y&Hi-'&&tff Fresh Cured Meats, Vegetole, Pure Us'.li'A V If Lard Compound; Lunch Good & m'WKfSi . Meat Condiments. &A''H v'SS? We Buy Veal, Beef, Poultry, Pork I Mutton; Hides & Pelts Fish, Oysters & Clams In Season , WATER FRONT, TOLEDO, OREGON SiJTJtfeiitp WATER FRONT, TOLEDO, OREGON If' INCOLN wOUNTY DANK J (INCORPORATED) TOLEDO, - ORECVJ DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DIRECTORS C. E. HAWKINS C. 0. HAWKINS J. B. BOOTH Interest on Time Deposit J Groceries Groceries Groceries WHO'S YOUR GROCER? Have you ever visited GILDERSLEEVE'S Try them once for Staple and Fancy Groceries. Fruit3 and Vegetables in Season. FREE DELIVERY TO THE CITY FLOAT t X I Toledo Heat Go DEALERS IN LIVESTOCK . DRESSED AND CURED MEATS , . WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Highest Price Paid for Hides L J. BROWN, Proprietor The White Corner Store . Has a very Low Price to offer on Flour Eastern. Buckwheat flour, Tea, Coffee, Dry Goods I men- ' tion these items as they are climbing up. Save Dollars while you can. R. S. VAN CLEVE PHONE 9005 ; . . TOLEDO, OREGON 1 ll! jinmnmnmi iiisnMMMMMaiiMMMMsslsMSSMSsBj -LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER F. N. HAYDEN, Publisher Established Twenty-Seven Years Ago. Kntered at Toledo, Oregon. postoffics, as secocd-class matter,' under the Act of March 3rd, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertising 15 cent 3 inch. Composition 5 cents inch. Locals 5 cents line. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES One year, In advance $2.00 Six Months, in advance $1.00 Three months, In advance 60 The Ford One Ton Truck is one of the sure business utilities, and like-wise just as big a neces sity on the farm. Farming Is surely a business proposition wherein sucess depends upon econom ical methods with up-to-date machinery. - The Ford Truck will prove a great economy on the farm. The marvel is "how the farmer has got. along without it all these years." It is a servant that serves, always ready and always economical. Put In your order for spring now, to insure de livery. - ' ' THE UNIVERSAL CAR A. T. PETERSON, Local Agent G. B. Hall of Newport! was in the city Wednesday. Ted McElwain went to Portland Sat urday on business. Miss Ruth Larson was a passenger for the Valley Saturday. Jim Rose returned to his studies at the University of Oregon Sunday. Mrs. John Robertson visited on the Lower Lay the latter part of la3t woolc. Andrew Bristlin of Elk City was a county seat visitor yesterday mornin.?. Mrs. N. L. Heyser returned Wednes day evening from a trip to Portland. Dr. and Mrs.. A. J. Hendry returned Saturdaiy evening from a trip up the line. i - Meadow Grove Full Cream Tilla rrook cheese' at Frederick's Quality Store. A good grade of Baking Molasses, 65c a gallon at Frederick's Quality Store. Mm Else Ofstedahl returned Fri day evening from a short visit at Portland. -.Clyde' McMillan departed Saturday for SeaLle where he has a position awaiting him. Russell Christiansen returned to Eu gene Sunday, to take up his studies at the U. of O. Mrs. W. S. Hall or Siletz was in tha city Friday evening enroute home from a trip ito Portland. L. R. Eateman the furnltureman re turned Wednesday evening from a business trip to Portland. Mrs. Clayton Young and children re turned Friday evening from a visit with relative's at Salem. Mirs. E. J, Fowler returned Friday evening from a couple of weeks' visit at Tacoma and Seattle. . Miss Taylor of Siletz was in Toledo Saturday,, enroute to Corvallis where she is a student at the OAC. Coral Lake, our grammar school principal, returned Sunday from Port land, where he spent the holidays. Dr. F. W. Kellogg (McCormick Eye Specialist) will be in Toledo, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Feb. 2, 3, 4. Miss Margaret Saramons, teacher at Lower Farm, returned Friday evening from spending the Holidays at Salem. ALWAUGH Dealer In Cigars Tcbacco and I Butter I Kist Pop j Corn tl. I TOLEDO, OREGON DR. A. J. HENDRY DENTIST - Lady Attendant Office Hours: 9 to 12; 1 to S Evontngs and Sunoays By Appointment Office in Andrews Building 1 - Toledo Creamery Butter May be had in Toledo at: Gildersleeve's Van Cleve's Toledo Meat Co. Water Front Market X t A Home Institution deserves" 1 your support 5 i i? Toledo, , Orepnn sanitary! f Barber Shop J LESTER MARTIN Of New port, Oregon, wishes to corii municate! with Lincoln County Citizens Who have small Truck Farms for sale. Some inquir mga for o crease. t An up-to-date place in every I thing that constitutes a t First Class Barber Slw LADIES' SHAMPOOING. and MASSAGING BERT HOWE, Prop. VffitfDINF Wkeme, Oeansftif,' ilLHl' ''"" Heallsf t inJfs Murine for Red- for (S&iJlJi? neas, Borenesa, Granula. Vni,rIrt:Ction'Itcftin8,iIBurninB . IUUR LYtJof the Eyes or Eyelids; win win oor confidence. Atk Your Druautt afctMurlne when your Eyea Need Cm. HivbulEyt Remedy CoChlcggo SUMMONS In the Circuit Court of the State of uregon for Lincoln County O.R. Evens, Plaintiff, vs. . Charles L. Diven. el at. To the above named Defendant, amines lj, uivenl In the Name of the State of Orennn You are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint of the above namea I'lalntiff, In tha above entitled causo and court, which complaint, is now on nie wmi the Clerk of said Court on or before' the 20th day of February 1920, which days it six weeks from the date of the first fcubllcotion of this summons, and you are further notified that if you fail to appear and answer said complaint as hereby required, Plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief prayed for in his complaint, to-wit; That Defendant be forever barred and enjoined from claiming any right, title or interest in or to the following described real property, to wlt: Beginning at the Northwest corn er of Block One (1) in the City of Waldport, Lincoln County, Oregon, running thence North to the meand er line of Alaeu Bay, thence Easterly along eaid meander line two hund red (200) feet, more or less, thonce South to the Noilheast comer of said BIock One (1). thence West to the place of beginning, all being In Lincoln County, Oregon, and for such oiher end further relief aa to the Court shall seem Just and equitable. This summons Is sorved upon' you by publication in the Lincoln County Leader, by order of Hon. R. H. Miller, Judge of the County Court of Lincoln County Oregon, made and enf red the 6th day of January. 1920, and the date of the first publication of this sum mons is the 9th day of January, 1920 and he date of the last publication is the 20 tli day of February, 1920. Max Church, Attorney for Plaintiff. 7th floor, Yeon. BUj., Portland, Or. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION IN FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Lincoln County. United States Spruce Production Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Prank Ayered, Defendant. To Frank Ayered, the abovo named defendant : In the Name of the State of Oreaon You are hereby notified thai United fatates Spruco Production Corporation the holder of Certificate of Assignment numbered 395 dssued on the 19ih day of December, 1919 by the Ta Collect or of the County of Lincoln, boite of uregon, ror.tne amount of Three and 49-100 Dollars, the same beins the amount thenj duo and delinquent for taxes for ithe year 1913 together with penalty interest. and fcoste thereon upon the real property of which you are the owner as appears of record, snuate in said 'County and State, and particularly hounded and described as follows, to-wlit: LotB One, Two, Block Six, in Baker's 1st Addition ito Newport, in Lincoln, County Oregon. You are further notified that said United States Spruce Production Cor poration, has paid taxes on said prem ises for , prior or subsequent years, with the rate' of interest on said amounts, as follows: . Year's Date Paid Assign-Amt. Rate of Tax ment No. Interest 1914 Dec. 19, 1919 426 f 2.62 12 1915 Dec. 19,1919 21 2.00 12 Year's Date Paid Tax Re- Amt Rate of Tax celpt No. Interest 1916 Doc. 19, 1919 6897 J2.96 12- 1917 Dec. 19, 1919 5783 2.46 12 1918 Dec 19, 1919 5040 2.50 12 Said Frank Ayered as the owner of the legal title of the above described property as the same appears of record and each of the other defendants above named, axe hereby further notified that United States Spruce Production Corporation will apply to the Circuit Court of the County and State afore said for a decree foreclosing plain tiff's lien aganst the property above described, and mentioned in said cer tificate of assignment And you are hereby summoned to appear witliin sixty days from the date of the service of this summons upon you exclusive of the day of such service if personally served within the State- of Oregon, and within sixty days from the first publication of this summons exclusive of the day of eald first publication if served by the publication thereof, and defend this suit or pay the amount due ae hereinabove shown, togetlier with costs and accrued interest, or for want thereof decree will be rendered foreclosing the lien of said taxes end coets against the land and premises hereinabove named free and clear from any and alt right title, estate,, lien or interest that you may have or claim therein or thereto. .- This summons is published by order of the Honorable R. R. Miller, Judge of the County Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Lincoln, and said order was made and dated this 3rd day of January, 1920 and the date of the first publication of this sum mons Is the 9th day of January, li)M). All wocess and papers in this pro ceeding may be served upon the under signed residing within the State of Oregon at the address hereafter men tioned. G. B. McCluskey, Attorney for Plaintiff, Address, Toledo Oregon. " . r ii. ...' iA'.ti C. B. McCLUSKEY Attorney-at-Law -Toledo, Oregon QEwrmmm At a county fair a flam boyant sign advertised: "The Strang est Sight in the World!" Those who paid a dime to see the marvel found in the tent ten farmers pulling to gether on. a rcpe. . . It is different . today. Now thousands of farmers, or ganized as the American Farm Bu reau Federation, are pulling together. And they'll get what they want, says F61ks who think the farmer is going to keep on being the national goat, feed ing the world and taking its kicks in pay, have another think coming to them. Pulibc toother, the na tion's farmers can con trol their markets can prove tlir.t they ore not to blame for the hi"i cot of living, that they are not profiteers. Stand ir.ft shou'drr to shoulder with the ternuM of the whol- nation is TH3 Country Gentle man. Weekly it tells of the stniRRles and suc ceS3C3 of farmers every whereand of the prac tical methods of those who are making money. If you are interested in farming and the farmers' movement, you should euSsrrihc &t once. It will cost you only $1 a year for 52 big, helpful weekly issues. Let me end in your order today! Everett Miller f hone No. 1026 P. O. Box 432 Toledo. Tie Com try Centl:mii The Liiiei' Herat Jocrnil Tii Saturday Ertnipg Port S2 iuHi-tl.M 121um.-J1.7S " p k..i ;.M SUMMONS FUR PUBLICATION IN FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Lincoln County W. C. FOSTER, Plaintiff, vs. Miles L. Rogers, and John H. Larson, Defendants. To Miles L. Rogers and John H. Larson, the above named defendants: In the Name of the State of Oregon: You are hereby notified th.it W. C. Foster, the holder of Certificate of Delinquency numbered 15 issued on the 6th day of April 1917 by the Tax Collector of the County of Lincoln, State of Oregon, for the amount of Fifty-four and 80-100 Dollars the snhie being the amount then due and delin quent for taxes for the year 1915 to gether with penalty, Interest and costs thereon upon the -real "property of which you are the owner as appears of record, situate in said County and state, en.i particularly bounded and described as follows, to-wit: The South Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 29, Township Seven South of Range Nine West of Willamette Meridian: and the Bast Halt of the Northwest Quarter of Section 32, Township Seven South of Range Nine West of Willamette Meridian in Lin coln) County, Oregon. You are further notified that said W. C. Foster lias paid taxes on said premises tor prior or subsequent years, with the rate of interest on said amounts as follows: Year's Date Paid Tax Re- Amt Rate of Tax celpt No. Interest 1917 June 5, 1919 6672 $113.82 15 1918 Oct- 6, 191,9 4371 133.83 15 Said Miles L. Rogers (the owner of the 'legal title of the above described property as ithe some' appears of record, and each of the otherv. de fendants abor t named are hereby further . notified that W.. C. Fos ter will apply to the Circuit Court of the County and State aforesaid for a decree foreclosing plaintiff's lien against the property above described, and mentioned in eaid certificate. And you, and each of you e.re hereby summoned to appeor within sixty days from the date of the Rervire of this summons upon you exclusive of the day of such servico if personally served wlUiTn the State of Oregon, and within sixty days from the first pub lication of this summons exclusive of tlie day of said llrat publication If served by the publication thereof, md defend this suit cr pt.y the amount due as above shown tojohcr with costs and accrued interest, cr for want thereof decree will bo ronilerid fore closing the lien of sa-'U - taxes and, coats against the land cJidl premises,' above named free and clear from any and all right, title, eatate, Men or in terest that you, or either of you, may have or claim therein or thereto. This summons is published' by order of the Honorable jR. R. Miller, Judge of the County Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Lincoln and saild order was made and dated this 3rd day of December, 1919, and" the date of the first publication of this summons is the 5th day of December, 1919. All process and papers in this pro ceeding may bo served upon the uni- derslgned residing within the Stats of Orogon at the address hereafter mentioned. G. B. McCluakey. Attorney tor Plaintiff Address, Toledo, Oregon y, . 'I iiwr u FISH BRAND WATERPROOF CLOTHING U made- for red blooded mm whose daily bread comes through sticking to an outdoor job on a wet day A J TOWER CO. Ell.blilh.d 163 t.n triniliM . n4 II principal H4i. towoia ' a . WM-i "HUM"