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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4th, 1921 man DO 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. . &4 ( Toledo Heat Co. HBfflBUflfllBH DEALERS IN LIVESTOCK DRESSED AND CURED MEATS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Highest Price Paid for Hides Brown & Templeton, Props. INCOLN COUNTY LEADER OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER P. N. HAYDEN, Publisher Entered at Toledo, Oregon postoffice, a3 second-class matter, under the Act of March 3rd, 1879. 1 ,j SUBSCRIPTION PRICES One year, In advance, ....... . $2.00 Six Month!, In advance $1.00 Established Twenty-Eight Years Ago'. " ef A. M, GILDERSLEEVE The White Corner Store DEALER IN GROCERIES DRY GOODS NOTIONS DISHES FLOUR and FEED STATIONERY CIGARS TO BACCO-FRU ITS and VEGETABLES ONE PRICE TO ALL R. S. VAN CLEYE PHONE 9005 TOLEDO, OREGON nil Remedies Toledo Drug Co. T. P. HAWKINS, Prop. GET VOUR , ' '--l .. Cigars, Tobaccos,' . . r-ipes cc tzirxioi-4.r,s'; -rticlos ett. AL'S SMOKEHOUSE THE UNIVERSAL CAB THE FORD ONE-TON TRUCK At a matter of fact we might almost at well call It a Three-Ton Truck for It very rarely Carries a smaller sized load. The owners of the. Ford truck take advantage of the high qualities of materials which are known to be put In the Ford car, take advantage of the high quality of Ford workmanship which characterize! Ford cars and they overload to the limit. Well, the Ford truck has never broken down with any of these overloads. It delivers ex pectations and double expectations, so far as carrying capacity is concerned, and while that la not fair to the truck, still the owners are satisfied. i But the Ford one-ton truck, with Its aluminum bronze worm drive, Its greater weight and strength of frame and its Incomparable power plant, Is without a reasonable com. petitor in price, In service. In cost of operation. It Is the lowest priced truck on the market, of equal capacity. No other truck on the market operates so economically and we believe there is no other truck that will give as satisfactory and profitable results. Our allotment is limited. Better leave your order without delay. A. T. PETERSON, Local Agent ". ADVERTISING RATES V Display advertising 20 cents Inch. ' Composition 5 cents lncn. - , -, Locals 6 cents line. . , CIRCUIT COURT ' ; CONVENES MONDAY Thn regular February term of Cir cuit Court will convene Monday with Judge G. F.Skipworth of Eugene on the bench . The adjourned session ot the Grand' Jury will be held this even ing, at which time several matters of Importance will be investigated. Other caBes on the docket are:' Willamlna State Bink vs. E. T. Ra bolr; Action. ' Walker & Lebow vs. William jorgen sen;' Action. : .. . Kola Nels vs Robert I Phillips; Suit. " Lucy Gardner vs. Abe Logan and Louisa Logan; Action. Mike Sljota vb. Albert Sljota; Suit. D. S. Young vs. Henry C. Conklln, H. D. Blakely and P. C. Peterson; Ac tion. -j Julia A. Parker vs. Myra Gallagher; "iJuiL State Bank of Portland, a corpora tion vs. Vaqulna Bay Railway & Lum ber Company, a corporation; Action. Ethel Lehnherr vs. Harry Lehnherr; Divorce. '" John M. Rennle and Bcrgltta N. Ren- nle vs. N. J. Moore; Action. Credit Service Co. vs. Lutcher Co.; Action. ' ' Earnest H. Meier vs. Opal Hazel Meier; Divorce. D. S. Conrad vs. Zehas Copeland; Action. F E. Sherwln vs. G. D. Bowers and Winnlfred Bowers; Action. Edward Ford vs. Isaac Hulme, et al; Application. , . - - ' : Owen Callaghan, et rl vs, A. L. Snell etal; Suit. - . John Pennock vs. Hattle A. Seldler; Suit G. H. Wilson vs. W. H. Price, et al; Suit Oregon Investment & Mgt. Co. vs. Karl Gerber, et al; Suit. Smith W. Allison vs. Bessie Allison; Suit. Portland & West Coast Railroad & Navigation Company vs. Sara Crahen, et al; Suit. Edith Fish Cunningham and Coast Land & Timber Company vs. W. D. Graham, G. M. Laughlin, et ux; Suit. Mary A. Wnlden vs. Myrtle E. Bur ley and W. H. Burley.'her husband; Suit. Portland Mercantile Union vs. S. Duh I doing business as Newport Gar age; Action. ' i W. C. Foster vs. R W. Nicholas, H. B. Nicholas, Trustee; Application to Foreclose Tax Lien. Chas. H. Gardner vs. B. ,F. Baker' & Martin Klinge; Action. F. E. Sherwln vs. F. B. Leslie; Ac tion. Toledo Co-operative Creamery As sociation vs. Yaqulna Bay Railway & Lumber Co. ai J. B Mlller Logging Co.; Action. W. C. Foster vs. C. W. Sherman, et al; Action. G. W. Brentner vs. Benjamlne M. Howell; Suit. Anna Willoughby et al vs. Jessie Majaska; Suit. C. R. Evens vs. C L. Diven, et al; Suit The J. R. Watkins Company, a cor poration vs. John E. Crooks, A. T. Peterson and Chas. H. Gardner; Ac tion. . Credit Service Co. vs. Fischer-Storey Co., Action. G. B. McCluskey vs. Christian Lar sen, et al; Action. Lulu Nye vs. A. J. Ray; Action. Lulu Nye vs. Arthur Flnley; Acflou. Lulu Nye vs. John E. Holllday;' Ac tion. Guy Roberts vs. Fischer-Storey Lum ber Co. ; Action. Credit Service Co. vs. Fischer-Storey Co.; Action. David Herman vs. Agnes Curl' Ac tion. Lincoln County, Oregon vs. A. P. Wagner and Rosie Wagner; Astir n. F. G. Stiller vs. Newport Dry Goods and Grocery Co.;' Action. Western State Bank vs. Nellie Camp bell, et al; Suit. H. H. Scliwnrtz and C. F. Saunders vs. Loyal F. Chandler; Suit. Marie Holland, Estate, by B. P. Jones, Administrator vs. Lexington Realty Co.; Suit. . C. C. Bryant vs G. W. Colvtu and Mildred K. Colvln ; Action L. M. Travis vs. W. E. Smith; Ac tion. 'Fearey Bros., vs. John Simon; Ac tion. Portland Trust Co. of Oregon vs. Yaqulna Electric Co. et al; Suit. Martha A. Roberts, et al, vs. James F. Huntsucker, et al; Suit Paul Fundman, Executor of the will of Rebecca C. Wilson vs. L. M. ScroR gin, Henry C. Starr and G. C. Starr & Henry Boyer, A. L- Martin vs. Flscher-Storey Lumber Co.; Suit. George C. Chambers vs. Fischer Storey Lumber Co., et al; Suit. M. N. Anderson vs Fischer-Storey Lumber Co., et al; Suit. Stanley Anderson vs. Fischer-Storey Lumber Co., et al; Suit. Win. Enos vs. F.ischer-Storey Lum ber Co., et al;' Suit. Albert Howell vs. Fischer-Storey Lumber Co., et al; Suit. A..L. Jacobson vs. Fischer-Storey Lumber Co., et al.; Suit. H. Larson vs. Fischer-Storey Lum ber Co., et al; Suit. Carl Nelson vs F ischer-Storey Lumber Co., et al.; Suit. T. C. Thompson vs. Fischer-Storey Lumber Co., et al.; Suit. r S. Conrad vs. Warren Ash worth; Action. Luc Y '5TRIK cigarette Its toasted Mary Mercier vs. F. J. Merr-inr: Suit. . . , In the Matter of the Estate of .Tnhn Bain, Deceased; Petition to Establish uignt to Escheated Property. -rea a. Church vs. Marvin L. Brad ley1 and wife; Action. W. H. Daugherty vs. I. E. Coffleld: Action. Emerson B. Shumway vs ft. F. Bak- er, et al; Suit. Bertie R. Shafer vs. J. W. Shafer: Suit. A. W. Morgan vs. W. L. Edwards: Suit.,.- - - David S. Conrad ts. Edna Aahworth : Action. Charles Eagleson vs. Nashville Creamery Association; Action. standard on Co. vs. Soren Dahl: Action. C. M. Glddings vs C. & E'. R. R. Co Suit Lincoln County. Oregon vs. Marv I. Williams and D. H. Williams; Action. ti. u. Masters vs. Jessie L. Strawn: Action. .' Louise Olsson vs. Oscar OIbbod : Divorce. ' Commercial Cornoratlon vs. .A. L. Crawford and G. D. Keller; Action. r. a Tracy vs. Sadie Huckabav: Action. Adolph Southmannrs. Estate of John Walbruk, et al.; Suit, Ed.- J. Clark vs. Morris L. Court- right; Action. J.. 0. Richmond and Ida J. Rich mond, his wife vs. W. E. Simpson, Sheriff of Lincoln County, Oregon, and Betty. Nally; Suit. Marllla Hopkins vs. F. W. Hookins: Divorce. Credit Service Co., a corporation vs. W. E. Earnest Lumber Co.; Action. J. Bradbury vs. Lincoln County; Action. W. E. Peterson, et al vs. Toledo Can- jiing Co.; Action. Hoss Hoselton and E. W. Hoselton vs. J. C. Altree and Sarah Altree; Action. Ellen Wetdman vs. Daniel A. Rein- pliel and George A. Reinohel; Action. Lincoln County, Oregon vs. John W. Boyer, et al; Suit. Lincoln County, Oregon V3. 1. L. Nix. on, et al; Suit. Charles A. Blckford vs. Frances A. Saunders, et al; Suit. W. C. Foster vs. Ida A. Welch, et al; Action (Tax Foreclosure). Luella Freng vs. Peter N. Freng; Suit. Hulda Christopherson 'vs Oscar L, ChristopherBon; Suit. ' ' Alice Frederlckson vs. Sherman Frederlckson; Suit. Harriet Gaffney vs. Clarence Gaft- ney; Suit. .. R. H. Howell vs. G. W. Cox, et al; Action. M. C. Miller vs. Mattie I. Miller; Suit. A. T. Peterson vs. C. S. Blaeketer and Laura Blacketnr; Action. George Alexius vs Anton Hans. Hanson and E. A. Noyes; Suit. A. Benson vs. Slletz Valley Lumber Company, a corporation; Action. United States Spruce Production Corporation vs. The Santa Fe Pacific Railroad Co.; Suit. United States Spruce Production Corporation vs. Edward B. Perrin; Suit. , - ' Frank S. Bailie vs. T. DeClark; Ac- .Hon. United States' Spruce Production Corporation vs. Hiram M. Hamilton; Action. United States .Spruce Production Corporation vs. William Grant, et al; Suit Charles N. Bllyeu vs. Florence M. Ebbe and John Ebbe;. Suit. , J. C. Morris vs. Albert J. Ray, et al; Action. M. A. Byerley vs. Lee Beach; Action. United States Spruce Production Corporation vs. Henry E. Doro, et al; Suit i United States Spruce Production Corporation vs. W. H, .Adams, et al;- Suit - . John R. Miller vs Northwestern Trust Co.; Action. D. A. Reinoehl vs. Mrs. J. W. Weid- man, et al; Action. Geo. H. Wilcox vs. H. O. Meltamore i and wife; Action. Myrtle Welter vs. Joe .Welter; Suit. United States Spruce Production Corporation vs. L. Beno; Suit. United States Spruce Production Corporation vs. 0. R. Altree, et al; Suit. ' J. L. Rlckman and L. C. Smith vs. Thomas Buchanan; Action. J. L. Rlckman and L. C. Smith vs. Daniel O'Connor; Action. W. C. Foster vs. J K. Weatherford; Action. . Sara Crahen vs. II W. , Morris; Action. STILL DOING BUSINESS Mrs. Trottei" "Yes, we're Just back from Colorado. We've been up to the top of Pike's Peak." Mrs. Homebody ''Dear me! I've heard my father speak of going up Pike's Peak when he was a boy. I had no idea they still had it out there." Boston Post NOTICE TO PRESENT CLAIMS Notice is hereby Eiven that tlm un. derslgned has been appointed by the county i;ourt or Lincoln Counfv. Ore. gon, administratrix ot the Estate of marina J. Barclay, deceased." "All ner. sons having claims against sa!4 estate are nereby directed to present claims to Eva J.,Morri8on, administratrix, at ner residence at WaldDort Oregon within six months from date, thereof, auiy vennea and with proper vouch, era. Dated January 6th, 1921.. Eva J. Morrison, Administratrix of the Estate of Martha J. Barclay, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS- Notice is hereby given that the -un. derslgned has been appointed adminis trator of. the estate of Theodore Ack- erman, deceased, by order of the County Court of the State of Oregon for the .County of Lincoln. All persons having claims against said estate art, hereby required to present the same to me at Toledo, Oregon, duly verified, as by law required, within six months from the date of this notice. Dated January 21st, 1821. G. B, McCluskey, Administrator of the estate of Theo dore Ackernian, Deceased. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned, administratrix ot the estate of Jennie Fish, Deceased, haa filed In' the County Court of Lincoln County, state or uregon,. her final account as such administratrix of said estate, and that Monday, the 7th day of February, 1921, at the hour of ten 'clock A. M. has been fixed by said Court as the time for hearing of objections to said report, and the settlement thereof. - . Blanche Roberts, Administratrix of the Estate of Jennie Fish, Deceased. o . ' NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION TO FORM DRAINAGE DISTRICT In the County Court of the State of Oregon for Lincoln County Notice is hereby given that hearing on the following petition will be held i at the Court House in the City of Toledo, County of Lincoln, State of Oregon, on the 3rd. day of March, 1921, at the' hour of Two o'clock P. M., for the purpose of determining whether the prayer of said -petition shall be granted. All persons owning Or claim ing) any Interest In lands described lu said district, are hereby notified to1 m-vyuar bi Bam place on saia uate ana show cause If any there be, why the prayer in said petition shall not be granted. R. H. Howell, County Clerk. PETITION For the organisation of the Lincoln County Drainage District No. 3 In the County Court of the State of Oregon for Lincoln County feet, thence north 02 (leg. 45 mln. east 113.0 feet, thence 42 deg. east 197.0 feet, tlien::e north 74 deg. 15 mln. east 212.0 feet, thence north 01 deg. 45 mm. west 473.0 feet, thence south 79 deg. 30 min. west 398.3 feet, thence north 80 deg. 45 min. west 110.0 feet, thenco south 87 deg. 30 mln. west 258.5 feet, thence north 48 deg. 47 min. west 100.0 feet, thence north 1 d-g. 67 nln. west 263.0 feet, thence north 5 deg. 50 mln. east 136.0 feet, thence north 34 deg. 10 min. west 125.0 feet, thence north 1 deg. 45 min. west 517 feet, thence north 84 deg. 05 min. west 179.0 feet, thence south 15 deg. 60 mln. east. 129.0 feet, thence south 6 deg. 30 min. east 110.0 feet, thence south 2 deg. 5ft min. west 98.0 feet, thence south 2. deg. 38 mln. east 92.3 feet, , thencei south 12 deg. 42 mln. west 146.0 feet,, thence south 12 deg. 13 mln. east 60.4. feet, thence south 6 deg. 16 mln. cast.' 122.8 feet, thence north- 67 deg. 4L' mln. west 333.2 feet, thence north 44 ' deg, 30 mln. west 328.2 feet, thence? north 40 deg. 06 mln. west 453.0 feet; thence north 67 deg. 32 min. west 225.6.' feet, thence north 41 deg. 05 mtn. west 247.0 feet, thence north 88 deg. 35 mln. west 100.00 feet, thence south.. 89 deg. 03 min. .west 260.4 feet, thence south-46 .deg. 11 mln. east 1179.8 feet, thence south 34 deg. 17 min. east 323 4 feet, thence south 21 deg. 12 mln. ea3t ' 1600 feet, thence south 45 deg. 42 : min. east 211 8 feet, thence south CI ' deg! 66 mln. east 337.0 feet, thence: ' south 17 deg. 30 min. west 218 5 feet,,' thence1 S. 39 deg. west 202.5 feet thence south 44 deg. west 270.0 feet, thence north 78 deg. 45 min. west 296.5 feet, thence north 42 deg. 25 min. west . 777.6 feet, thence north 60 deg. . 45 mil. west 307-0 teet to place ot beginning, .... The lands within the boundaries above set forth constitute a contigu ous' body of swamp, wet, or overflowed laad. 3. The land in the proposed district lies wholly . -'thin Lincoln County,. Oregon and has a total area ot approxi mately 112.03 acres. 4. That the names of owners of land in said district as shewn by the records of Lincoln County, Oregon, ; and acreage owned by each of Kald ' owners, are os follows: Julia Christiansen .67.23 J W. R. Tindall .. ..27 .V R. H. Williams ....17.21 5. That the proposed re;'avEalIon;. or protection Is for agricultural pur poses and that such proposed reclanin. lion will be conuuslve to the public. 6. That all of the lands included in said proposed district are properly In cluded therein and will be beneflcijlly atfected by the operation of the pro posed district. . 7. That the benefits of such pro-' posed reclamation will exceed the; damage to be done, and that the best Interests of the land included, and of the owners of such land as a whole and of the public at large, will be T AU . L - . - ' . - Ul IUO yUUUU Hi. 1U1U, Will UtJ .h.R ,T,?n , T y .CrUrt ?fi Promoted by the formation and prc the State, of Oregon for Lincoln County ,, , .ilo.,. " .5me. ?.W..y..U.r, ?uet,tl0!er.l wh0 rep1 8. That the formation of a drainage- ".""ro U,H u district under the provisions of this of fifty per cent of the acreage in a contiguous body of swamp, wet and overflowed land situate in Lincoln County, Oregon, and herewith present to you their petition that they may form a drainage district pursuant to act is a proper and advantageous method of accomplishing the reclame ' tion and protection of the lands in cluded therein. 9. That the following Is a brief, general, informal statement of a pro- nrJVJZ n n ' fls,on 8 Psed plan of reclamation and protec Oregon Laws, for the purpose of hav- , j t, ...i , In . ing such land recla Imed and protected D,aV. Vou -t ti reTrm ne tha there by drainage, or otherwise, from ef- ft reaB0Iiabie probabilty that th" EH!lLtoJS 5ht by the formation of the the same being condusive to the public convenience and welfare, and of sucu public utility and benefit, and for such purposes the owners have prepared and signed this petition in which they respectfully state: ' 1. That the name prepared for this district is "Lincoln County Diking District No. 3." 2. That the boundary lines of said district are as follows: Beginning at 'a point 58 feet West of the Vi corner between sr(c. 7 and sec. 12, Township 11 South Range 10 West of Willamette Meridian, thence South 89 deg. 30' West 682.6 feet, thence South 17 deg. 20' West 605.0 feet, thence south 30 deg. 05' west 488.5 feet, thence south '39 deg. 60' west 253.0 feet, thence south 72 deg. 45' west 114.0 feet, thence south 79 deg. 45 mln. west 265.0 feet, thence south 88 deg. 00 min. west 424.6 feet, thence north 79 deg. 36 mln. west 358.0 feet, thence north 75 deg. 35 min. west 272.5 feet, thence south 0 deg. 45 min. west 131.0 feet, thenqs south 46 deg. 45 min. east 297.0 feet, thence north 71 deg. 15 min. east 33.5 feet, thence south 62 deg. 30 mln. east 226.0 feet, thence south 56 deg. L0 min. east 31.0 feet, thence north 89 deg. 10 min. east 130.0 feet, thence south 87 deg.. 01 min. east 105.0 feet, thenco south U2 deg. 30 min. east 101.0 feet, thence souih 73 deg. 00 min. east 1'25.0 feet, thence south 71 deg. 45 min. past 107.0 feat, thence north 87 deg. 4j mln. east t.K 0 feet, north 36 deg. 2,'i ni'n.' east 1110 feet, thence north 30 dfcg. 45 mln. east 157.0 feet, thence south 88 deg. 00 min. east 136.0 feet, thence torth 62 deg. ?5 mln. east 130.0 feet, thence nori.li 6 cleg 25 mln. east 193.0 feet, theme north 65 deg. 15 mln. east 117.0 fe?t thence north 42 deg. 30 mln. east ISV.V feet, thence 18 deg. 30 min. east 8S.0 feet, thence north 39 deg. 45 min. east 195.0 feet, thence north 47 deg. east. 128.6 feet, thence north 13 deg. 30 mln. I east 151.5, thence north 20 deg. 00 mln. east 146.0, thence north 31 dee,. 45 mln. east 106.0 feet, thence north 70 deg. 45 mln. east 70.0 feet, thence south 78' deg. 40 min. east. 18.0 feet, thence south 77 deg. 00 mln. east 73.6 feet, thence south 45 deg. 00 min. east 168.0 feet, thence south 34 deg. 30 min. east 67.5 feet, thence south 44 deg. 00 mln. east 151.6 feet, thence south 13 deg. 30 min. east 76.5 feet, thenee south' 54 deg. 30 min. east 97.0 feet, thence south 12 -deg. 60 min. east 95.0 feet, thence south 51 deg. 60 mln. cast 158.0 feet, thence south.46 deg. no min. east 118.0 feet, thence north 87 deg. 30 min. east 679.0 feet, thenee north 88 deg. 30 min. east 428.0 feet, thence north 66 deg. 00 min. east 136.5 feet, thence north 43 deg. 45 mln. east 122.0 feet, thence north 60 deg. 45 mln. east 115.0 feet, thence north 26 deg. 00 mln. east 136.0 feet, thence north 87 deg. 00 min. east 129.0 feet, thence north 61 dog. 30 min. east 103.0 feet, thence north 52 deg. 45 min. east 73.0 feet., thence north 61 deg. east n.O district may be accomplished, to-wit,' that ' i - v It is planned to drain and reclaim the lands in the said district by the-. completion, repair and maintenance of the dam, tide gates and dike across the tidal outlet or slough known as Beaver Creek, about one mile north west of the City of Toledo. The de tail plan of said improvement will' b8 such as may be adopted by the Board of Supervisors, upon the advice and direction of the engineers for the said district. 11. That the signers hereto agree to. pay any and all expense incurred and any tax or taxes that may be levied against their lands for the purpose of paying the expense of organizing, or attempting to organize, the proposes district. ' WHEREFORE, your petitioners pray for an order of the above entitl ed court that the lands herein des cribed, or so much of them as may be found ty the court to be properly Included in said district, either per manently or until ' further Investiga tion anu survey may permit elimina tion, shall be organized into a drain age district. Mrs. Julia Christiansen, W. R. Tindall, R. H. Williams. STATE OF OREGON,) )ss. County of Lincoln ) I, R. H. Williams, being first duly sworn say that I am one of the peti tioners in the above entitled petition; that I have read the same, and believe the allegations and the statements contained in said petition are true.' R. H. Williams. : Subscribed and sworn to before ma thas 21st day of December, 1920. . G. B. McCluskey, Notary Public for Oregon- My commission expires Sept. 2, 1923. (.seau ADMINISTRATRIX'S SALE Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned executrix of the estate of Margaret Harrison, deceased, will by virtue of an order of sale duly made and entered of record in the record of the County Court of Lincoln County, Oregon, on the 11th, day of January, 1921, authorizing and licensing the un dersigned executrix to sell all real estate belonging to said estate, at the Court House door in Toledo, Oregon, on the 19th day of February, 1921, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. sell th following real property, to-wlt: SWVi of NW, W of SWV, Sec. 28; and SE'4; and SEVt of NE4 01 Section 29 all in Township 12 South Range 11 West of Willamette Merid ian.. Terms: Cash In hand. Dated at Toledo, Oregon, January 12th, 1921. Edith R. Howell, Eyecntri't of the Estate of Marearet feet, thence north 66 deg. east 10S.0 Harrison, Deceased.