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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 30th, 1920
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Peterson Toledo, Oregon NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL PROPERTY In the County Court of the State of .Oregon, for the County of Benton la the matter of the Estate of Eben S. Sprague, deceased. Notice is hereby given that under and in accordance with an order of ale made by the County Court of Ben ton County, Oregon, on the 19th day of March, 1920, In the above entitleu estate, directing and ordering me, Jo seph Davis, as the administrator of aald estate to sell all of the real pro 1 perty belonging to paid estate at pri vate sale to the highest bidder for cash to satisfy the claims, charges and expenses against said estate, which order was duly recorded at page 431 Probate Journal Number 14; that I as such administrator will proceed to sell at private sale from and after Saturday the 29th day of May 1920, all of the right, title and interest which the said Eben S. Sprague had at -the time of his death, or which his estate has acquired since h's death, in and to the following described real proper ty: Beginning at the southeast corner of the Southeast Quarter of Section 8 in Township 11 South of Range 10 West of the Willamette Meridian in Lincoln County, Oregon, and running thence West 90 rods more or. less to the East bank of Olalla Slough, thence due North 25 V4 rods, thence East 90 rods, thence South 35 rods to the place of beginning, containing 20 acres more or less, In Lincoln County, Ore gon, to the highest bidder Jor cash, and said sale will be made subject to confirmation therof by te above en titled Court. Joseph Davie, Administrator of the estate of Eben IS. Sprague, Deceased. You are hereby cited and re quired to appear in the County Court of the State of Oregon for . the County of Lincoln at the Court Room thereof in the city of Toledo in Bald County and State on Tuesday the 1st day of June, 1920, at 3:30 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, then and there to show cause, if any exists, why an order of Bale should not be made of the following des cribed property: The Southwest quarter of the North east quarter and the Southeast quarter of the Northwest quarter of Section 10, Township 11, South Range 9 West, Will. Mer. In Lincoln County, Oregon, as prayed for in the petition of M. E. King, Administratrix of the Estate of Margaret Barnes, deceased, which said petition was filed in the above named Court on the 4th day of March, 1920. Witness the Honorable R. R. Miller, Judge of the County Court of the State of Oregon and County of Lincoln, and the seal of the Court affixed this 19th day of April, 1920. . Attest: R. H. Howell, (Seal) Clerk. Date of first publication, April 23, 1920 Date of last publication, May 21, 1920. NOTICE OF SURVEY AND LOCATION OF BOUNDARIES LINES AND CORNERS To Myra Gallagher, Coast Land & Live Stock Company, Ladd & Tllton Bank, Estate of Samuel Case, deceased Estate of Thomas Ferr, deceased, Emily Stevens, Lydia Ranmussen, E. M. Howell, T. C. Howell, Nedrai Com pany, M. M. Davis and each of you: WHEREAS, a petition Bipned by Myra Gallagher as the ojt-ner of the West 920 fe t of the East half of the Northeast quarter ami Lets three and four Section 22 Township 11 South Bangs 11 West of the Willnmetto Me ridian, Lincoln County, Oregon, has been filed wl'Ii mo as county survey or of Lincoln County, Oreison, in which 'said patllbn thrt said Myra Gallag her petitions and applies for the sur vey and estallishinent of the lines and corners betwuen the above described, tract and the tract of land adjoining It on the east, particularly described as the East 400 feet of the Kasst half of the Northeast quarter and the East half of the Southeast quarter Section 22 Township 11 South Range 11 West of the Willamette Meridian in Lincoln County, Oregon, and for the location of the section corner between sections 22, 23, 26 and 27 all in Township 11 South of Range 11 West, and WHEREAS, the said petitioner has furnished me with the names and ad dresses of all persons residing in the county or elsewhere, so far as known Who may be-affected by said survey, iNOW THEREFORE, you, the said affected by said survey and locations of said corners and each of vnn are hereby notified that l will De gin said survey on the 10th day of Mv. 1920. and will survey and estab lish the boundaries and corners here- InahnvA net OUt. Given under my hand and neal this 1ftth dav of Am-il 1920. Ord Castle, County Surveyor of Lincoln Co., Or. CITATION In the County Court of the 8tate of Qkooii for Lincoln County In the Matter of the Estate of Mar garet Barnes, Deceased: Tn William H. Barnes, Mary A. Book, A. H. Barnes, R. M. Baruns and M. E. King, Heirs at Law of the above deceased, end to All Utners i muiown, If anv there bo. Oreeilnq: In the Name of the State of Oregon: NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been duly appointed administrator' with the will annexed of the estate of Edwin Wallace, de ceased, by the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Lincoln County, and has qualified. All persons having claims against the said estate are hereby notified to present the same duly verified, toge ther with proper vouchers therefor, to the undersigned administrator with the will annexed at his law office in Independence, Oregon, within six months of the date of this notice. Dated and first published April 2nd, 1920. B. F. SWOPE, Administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Edwin Wallace, deceased. ' t.. lnU i.t!H 't Anil n n I . a n'.t III PBIU .!.'-, AUU JVM, (Xll'-I t-TV "J ot you are here'w immmoned to appear within sixty duyi from the first pub lication of thta summons exclusiv; of '.he day of said first publication, and defend this suit pay the amount due as above shown, together v.th crfcts ' and accrued interest, or fn want thereof decree will be rendeied fi reclosing thu lien of said taxes and crrts against thi lend and premiers herein above named, free and clear from any and all right, title, estate, lien, or interest that you, or either of 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 31st day of March, 1920, and the date of the first publication of this summons la the 2nd day of April, 1920. AH process and papers in this pro- ceding may be served upon the under signed residing within the State of Oregon at the address hereafter men tioned. E. D. HORGAN, Attorney for Plaintiff. Address, Corvailis, Oregon. SUMMONS In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Lincoln County Lloyd L. Lilliard, Plaintiff, vs. J. H. Skinner and Richeimer Co., a corporation, both of Chicago, Illinois Defendants. , To J. H. Skinner and Richeimer Co., a corporation, and each of the above named defendants: In the Name of the State of Oregon: You are hereby notified that Lloyd L. Lilliard, the holder of Certificate of Delinquency numbered 115 issued on the 25th day of May, A. D. 1915, by the Tax Collector of the County of Lincoln. State of Oregon, for the. amount of Twenty-two and 93-100 Dollars, the same being the amount then due and delinquent for taxes for the year 19U. to;relher 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, and particularly bounded end described as follows, to-witf The Northeast quarter of Section 22, Township 12, South Range 8 West ot the Willamette Meridian In Lincoln County, Oregon,' containing 160 acres in Lincoln Comity, Oregon. . You are further notified that said Lloyd Lillard tias pcld taxes on said premises tor prior or subsequent years with i the rate of interest on said amounts, as follows: Year's Date Paid Tax Re- Amt. Rate of Tax - celpt No. Interest 1914 Oct. 1, 1915 4895 $18.15 15 1915 Oct. 10, 1916 4649 15.18 16 1916 Aug. 24, 1918 6613 24.64 12 1917 Aug. 24, 1918 3637 20.60 12 1918 Feb. 6 1920 5241 23.74 12 Said J. II. SUunei as the owner A the legal title of the above described .property as t.ie name appears of record and each of the other defendants a'.cve named are herc!v further notlfle-l that Lloyd L. Lill.K'1 'vlll apply , to the Uircuit Court of the County and Suite aforesaid for a decree foreclos n plaintiff's lien cainf. the uroijt'rty hereinabove des :iled, and mcattom d ' SUMMONS In the Circuit!-Court of the State of Oregon for Lincoln County Jennie F. Oilar. Plaintiff, vs. Willard Wing and Margaret Wing, his Wife, Zulla Hickman and Harvey Hickman, her husband, Jennie F. Prescott, Ella Oik, Gilbert Splawn, and lone Smith, Defendants. To Willard Wing and Margaret Wing his wife, Zulla Hickman and Harvey Hickman, her husband, Jennie F. Prescott, Ella Oik, Gilbert Splawn, and lone Smith, and each of the above named defendants. In the Name of the State of Oregon: You and each of you are hereby required to appear and answer the compia.'ut of tho plaintiff in the above entitled suit now on file in the office of the County Clerk of Lincoln County uregon, on or oeiore me aay oi April named In the order for publication of this summons made by the Honorable R. R. Miller, County Judge of said Lincoln County, which suid order anu time for answering said summons are hereby referred to, to-wit: On nr be fore six weeks from and after date of ti:a first publication hereof ami you the hereby notified lliat it you i'u i to appear and answer the complaint as herein required, plaintiff will apply to the above entitled Court for M relief demanded in her complaint, namely: For a decree of said Court that plaintiff's title to the following described real property, to wit: Lots oue, two, three of section twenty-two, fcnd southwest quarter of 'northeast quarter; northeast quarter of northweBt quarter; south half of northwest quarter; north half of southwest quarter of section twenty-three In townBhip thirteen south of range eleven west of the Willamette Meridian in Lincoln County, State of Oregon is good' and valid; that you, the said defendants and each of you have no right, title or interest whatsoever in or to said lands or any .part thereof and that any and all claims that you may claim against said land! Is wrong ful and without right whatsoever. That you, the said defendants and each of you be forever barred ana enjoined from asserting any claim whatsoever In or to said lands or any part thereof adverse to plaintiff, and for Buch other and further .relief as may be equitable and just. This sum mons is published in the Lincoln County Leader once a week for six consecutive and successive weeks be ginning with the Issue of April 16th, 1920, under and pursuant to the direc tions contained In an order made by the Honorable R. R. Miller, County Judge of Lincoln County, Oregon, which said order Is dated this 14th day of April, 1920. G. B. McCluskey Attorney for Plaintiff, Postofllce ad dress: Toledo, Oregon. ville Saturday. . Cecil Ehnerv of Newnnrt waa In thn city yesterday. C. O. Hawkins was un from the Re sort City Sunday. Dick Adatna of Siletx rnmn In nt. last evening's train. E. S. Lister, the Nashville mercl, v, was In the city today. - Market price paid for Eggs at Mutual Creamery Co, Toledo. J. C. Dixon came down from Elk City on the Transit Saturday, ' Miss M. L. Hampton of Nortons was a Toledo visitor Saturday. iE. S. Onkland of Bayvlew was a county seat visitor last Friday. Mrs. L. E. Casteel of Yaqulna passed thru on Saturday evening's train. Wm. Buoy of Portland wag In Toledo on business the first of the week. Mrs. Vivan Peterson visited relatives at Elk City Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Roblson of Sileta returned Saturday evening from Hemlock. Sam Brassfield of Siletz was a visit or on the Lower Bay the first of the week. ,Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Foreman of Slletst returned Saturday evening from a trip to Salem. You had better see Colvin for that summer suit. Prices reasonable, fit guaranteed. Geo. Blanchnrd, manager of the Ya qulna Electric Co., waB up from New port Saturday. Mr. Olive Nye was a passenger for Seattle this noon, where she will visit relatives and friends. t . Born, to Mr. snd Mrs. Ernest Parrish Saturday, April 17th, 1920, an eight and a half pound boy. Mrs. A. T. Peterson went to Newport Friday evening for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bens;!l. George Andrews and Chas. Gilder sleeve came over from O. A. C. Friday evening, returning Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Emerson of Wl nant recently moved to Altree.'s log ging camp for the summer. Cliff Crosno, who Is employed weigh ing rock on the Jetty construction, was up from the lower bay Sunday. Mr. Morris and Johnny Emerson are falling timber for J. C. Altreo, an ' Wren Emerson 1b doing the bucking Miss Mabel Booth returned to her school at Yachats Saturday after spending a few days with her mother here. J, E. Schmandt of Eddyville is a To ledo visitor today. Mr. Schmandt just recently returned from a trip to California. Mr. and Mrs. Clayborn Arden of Si letz were In the city last evening hav ing arrived from the Valley on the evening train. Miss Julia Hamar who is teaching at Nortons spent Saturday and Sunday with her pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. John Hamar In this city. Mrs. W. R. Curry and little son ar rived over from Albany Sunday for a visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Larson. : . t S:w MmillHI MHIilWII I IIM , - . 7. i , "W7E declare without qualification, . that the Brunswick is "All . Phonographs in One" the 100 phonograph. If this is true you ought to know it before you buy. Com: in today for fiee demonstration. WARREN B. HARTLEY CO. Newport, Oregon n4Tl ffSFi.Tmin?!!':! i tt4H4tHfttt FORDSON TRACTOR, $850 F. O. B. Factory. Write for Particulars v A. T. Peterson f PEARL (fi). OIL (KEROSENE) HEAT COMFORT an STANDARD oa OOMMNY ICAlirOMIAI SUMMONS In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Lincoln County Laydue R. Hill, Plaintiff, vs. I George E. Qulggle and Fannie E. QuigKle, his wife, C. F. Pcdersen and Susan Peilersen, his wife, Alex Mo rtne and Mrs. Alex McRae, his wife, Defendants. To George E, Quiggle and Fannie E. Qulggle, his wife, C. F. Pedersen and Susun Pederson, his wife, Alex McRae and Mrs." Alex McRae, his wife, the above named defendants: 1 !n the Name of the State of Oregon: You are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you In the above entitled court and suit within six weeks from tho date of the first publication of this Summons ! to-wit: On or before the 14th day of Juno, 1920, and if you fail so to ans wer for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to said Court and take a decree against you for the relief demanded and prayed for In said complaint, viz: First: For a judgement against de fendants, George E: Qulggle, Fannie Qulggle, Alex McRae and Mrs. Alex McRae, In the sum of $5300.00 togeth er with interest thereon from Dee. 1st .1911, at the fate of 5 per cent per an num until' paid; for tho sum of $300.00 attorney's fees' in said suit, and foi taxes and interest thereon as In 'said complaint set forth and .prayed , for, and tor his costs and disbursements ot said suit. Secondly: That the Usual decroe in foreclosure, may be made tor the sale of the mortgaged, premises In Said complaint described according to la and the practice ot said court; that the proceeds thereof may be applied in payment of said judgement, attor ney's fees and costs and disbursements as aforesaid, and cost of said sale and accruing costs, or so much (hereof as may be necessary for such purposes that whatever Interest said defendants C. F. Pedersen .and Susan Podcrson, his v.'Ifo may havo In said mortgaged promises, bo adjudced and decreed to f L. R. BATEMAN E. R. BATEMAN X BATEMAN & BATEMAN COMPLETE HOME FURNISHER UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES We Buy, Sell and Exchange New and Second Hand Furniture The International Harvester Line , PERFECTION MILKING MACHINES INDIANA SILOS ENSILAGE CUTTERS AND GAS ENGINES Conrad Christiansen, LOCAL DEALER A COMPLETE STOCK OF DIA MONDS, WATCHES, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE AND JEWELRY. Watchmaker and Jeweler ... TTTTTTWTTTf TTTTTTTTTTtVTVTTiIii(i?TTTTTTTTTTTTTTtT LADIES' MILLINERY GOODS ARNOLD'S also COMPLETE LINE OF LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS WE GUARANTEE STRICTLY ALL WOOL MADE TO ORDER SUITS WE ARE AGENTS FOR M. BORN, Made to meaiura Clothing. Come In and let us take your Measure for Miat New Suit TTTTT TTTTTTTTTxTTTTTff TTtTtTTITT V VI TO BE HAD AT DING'S May 2 Drlck Dulk Vanilla Ornngo Sherbet Pineapple Ice Cream Pineapple Nut Ice Creuiu WEATHERLY SUNDAY SPECIALS IN BRICK AND BULK Vanilla May 9 Crushed Strawberry - Ilrlck Milk Sherbet French Uiiik Crushed Strawberry Mi,y 16 Vanilla llnck Pli::n Sherbet French Huuaiia 1-ulk French Banana ' Noto Items listed in bold face typo wo lmvo at store Sunday after noon and evening. Others may be secured by special order placed ot later than Friday. 1 be subsequent and subject to plain- , possession of the whole said premist tiff's said mortgage lien thereon Thirdly: That the defendasts and all. persons claiming under them or either ot them subsequent to the ex ecution and recordling of said plain tiff's mortgage upon said premises, either as Incumbrances, purchasers, mortgages or lien holders or other 'Wise, be forever barred and foreclosed of all right, title, lien, claim interest, estate, or equity ot redemption In and to said ' mortgaged premises and the whole thereof, excepting redemption as by law provided. ' Fourthly: That the sheriff of Lin coln County, Oregon, execute a deed to the purchaser of said premises at said sale and that said plaintiff or any other party to this suit may become a purchaser at said sale of caid prem ises, and that the purchaser therof bo 1 let Into possession of said premises un uiu pruuuciiun ul liio om:i m n i-i-i-tlflrato of sale therefor, and if such possession bo refused then the sniil bhuritf shall put suld purchaser In That said mortgaged premise described as follows, to-wlt: Th south of the Southwest Si of sectJaa 28, Township 13 South, Range 11 Wertt of the' Willamette Meridian in Lin coln Conuty, Oregon, and coalainin 80 acres. ' I , Tills summons by order of the Hoa oruble R. R. Miller, County Jadge Lincoln County, Oregon, made awi dated at Chambers In the eHy ot To ledo In said Ctunty on tho tltfc iU or April, 1920, is served upon job icy the publication thereof for a perioe'i c' six consecutive weeks ImmediatnJy Airier to the 15th day of June 19SI, h. Sfce Lincoln County Leader, a ne rper of general circulation and pjbliskea at Toledo In said Lincoln Cou.it v. Tho date of the first public;i!;m o this Summons is the 30th day r ' Aprf, 10.O. The date of the last pu'.'i. ation. will bo June 14th, 1920. Swope & ?pe A'i.-.-.ii' I ;r rinlntlff, Pest flt! - ait- d.v:.s, Independence, Oregon.