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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON, FRIDAY. JUNE 3rd, 1921. AN IRRITABLE, fault finding disposition is often due to a disordered stomach. A man with eood digestion is nearly always good natured. A great many have been permanently cured of stom ach troubles by Chamberlain's Tablets after years of suffering. These tablets strengthen the stomach and enable it to perform its functions naturally. Try them. They only cost a quarter. l I IH I I I H t H H t ROCKING CONTRACT LET TOLEDO-NEWPORT ROAD Thos. A. Rice returned from the Valley yesterday and reported that he was advised there that the rocking of tne Newport-Toledo section of the New- port-Corvallls highway had been let to A. D. Kern, of Shedd. Oregon, and It Is exported that work In graveling will begin at once. MORLEY HOME BURNS The farm home of and Mrs. J. G. Morley who live ubout two mllns south of Toledo burned to the ground last Saturday about noon with all its contents. Mr. and Mrs. Morlev were working in the garden and did not see the firs until the building wag wrapped in names. Toledo fleat Co. i! DEALERS IN LIVESTOCK DRESSED AND CURED MEATS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Highest Price Paid for Hides Brown & Oldenburg, Props. ONE WAY TO CUT DOWN YOUR GROCERY BILLS CALL AT "GILDERSLEEVE'S GROCERY" LOOK OVER OUR STOCK GET OUR PRICES GIVE US A TRIAL AND WE WILL BOTH BE PLEASED A. M. GILDERSLEEVE f W-H"iM'4'H44 The White Corner Store We have a fine line of Groceries, Flour and Feed And Your Dollar has a greater purchasing power at this Big Store item for item Our Special Sales every Saturday-Monday are cash savers R. S. VAN CLE VE PHONE 9005 TOLEDO, OREGON w APPROPRIATE GRADUATION GIFTS TOLEDO DRUG CO. T, P, HAWKIN8, Prop. t Cigar's, TfotDStccoo,' V : J: Pipes cSc Srrxol:raj ' i -I GBT xTOLJF 9 BENEFIT ENTERTAINMENT AND BIG DANCE. Next Tuesday evening a big dance and benefit entertainment will be staged at the Club House for the pur pose or raising runas ror the furnish ing of the Commercial Club rooms. i ne rorepart or the evening will be given over to an entertainment with talent participating from Newport, Si letz, Elk City and Toledo. All during the evening election re turns will be received and posted on the big blackboard. Alter he entertainment dancing will be Indulged in, music being fur nished by PIcken's Orchestra of New port. After th.-s dunre comes the eats: Gents, admission $1.00 plus war tax; and ladies 60 cen's plus war tax. Following Is Ilia program which has been arranged: Selection by Orchestra; Playlet by Primary Children; Mandolin Duet Sherman Peterson and E. M. Plant; Dancing Class of Girls; Solo Dance Jewell Patterson; Song Miss James of Newport; Dance Mr. Calkins of Siletz; Musical Reading Edith Young; Song Mrs. L. C. Smith of Newport; Mandolin Solo E. M. Plant; Sword Dance Addie Graham; Songs Bert Geer and Jess Dsnlels. The launch Sea Foam will bring a crowd from the lower bay, bringing all who wish to come. BANK CAVES DOWN; BURIES EARL NYE Earl Nye came near losing his life last Friday afternoon while working on the excavation for the new Lincoln County Bank Building. Earl was digg ing a ditch along the foot of the bank that had been graded down, when all of a sudden the bank caved oft on him. He was buried under about three feet of dirt and when his fellow work- LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER F. N. HAYDEN, Publisher Entered at Toledo, Oregon postoffice, as second-class matter, under the Act of March 3rd, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES One year, in advance $2.00 Six Months, In advance $1.00 Established Twenty-Eight Years Ago. ADVERTISING RATES Display advertising 20 cents Inch. Composition 6 cents Inch. Locals 6 cents line. RESOLUTION NO. 1 A. B. (Continued from 1st Page) disapproved by the Mayor, he shall then within five days from and after the allowance of said claim or claims by the Council, write across the face of said claim or claims the word "Dis approved," with the date of the dis approval thereof and thereafter said claim shall not be paid unless so or dered at a regular meeting of and upon a two-thirds vote of all the members of the Council present end voting. SECTION 17. No person is qualified to vote at an election under this act who has not beeu a resident of the City for thirty days and of the ward or precinct in which he offers to vote for thirty days next proceeding such election, and who does not possess the qualifications of a legal vote' In the State, and no person shall bs qualified for an election to the office of Mayor unless he shall have resided In the City of Toledo for 1 year prior to elec tion, and no person shall be qualified for election to the office of City Coun cil unless he shall have resided within tho City of Toledo at least one year prior to tne election. ments shall have a reasonable time to complete said improvements under the supervision and direction of the Street Commissioner, in lieu of Die assessment,: SECTION 32. When the probable cost of the Improvement or the con structlon of sewer or drains has been ascertained and determined, and the proportionate share thereof of each lot, or part thereof, has been assessed as provided in Section 31, the Council must declare the same by ordinance. and direct the Recorder to enter a statement thereof in the docket of city liens as provided in the next section. SECTION 35. . A sum of money as sessed for the improvement of streets or the constructions of drains or sewors can not be collected untl'. by order of the council ten days notice tnereof Is given by the Recorder by mailing a notice to the owner of the property at the postoffice address of he owner if known and if not known then a notice may be served by pub lishing the same in a newspaper pub lished In the City of Toledo, Oregon, for once a week for a period of two weeks such notlcs must substantially contain the matters required to be en tered In the Docket of City Liens con cerning such assessments. The laws of the state of Oregon constituting Sec tions 3788, 3789, 3790, 3791, 3792, 3793, 3794, 3795, and 3796 of Oregon Laws as published in 1920 respecting the pay meats of assessments for street im provements and sewer assessments in installments and the Issuance of bonds therefor end all other matters con tained therein shall apply and be in full force and effect in the City of Toledo, Oregon as fully and com pletely as though said laws were In corporated at length In this act. SECTION 48. If upon the comple tion of any Improvement, or the con struction of any sewer, or drain. It la Oreeon. forwlth snhmit tr w u mJ found the sums assessed therefor unon iterburv. C'ltv Artnrnev nt o-i.'i . any lot, or part thereof. Is not suffi-'copy of the amendments to the Char. .. - . ' ill.- ments may be combined In oh as sessment roll and the same shall be entered on the Docket of City Liana and collected In the Bame manner as la provided for the collection of cpe clal assessments for street linprove ments. SECTION 53 C. Moneys to repair streets when the same shall be ntade. by the City Marshal under thia act may at the descretlon of the common. council be advanced from any street Tcpair fund or general fund to be re imbursed by the special assessment when collected. SECTION 68. The enacting clause of ell ordinances Bhall be as follows: Be it ordained by the Common Coun cil of the City of Toledo. Every ordi nance shall be signed by the Mayor or passed over his veto, and attested by the Recorder. RESOLVED FURTHER, that this resolution for proposed charter amend ments submitted to the voters by 4uo Council be filed with the Recorder of Toledo for submission to the legal voters of said City, for their rejec tion or approval, to be voted upon at a special election to be held aa herein, provided. RESOLVED FURTHER, that the Council of the City of Toledo deoro it advisable and does hereby and herein kail a special election to te held on tne 7tn day of June, 1921, at the City Hall In said City between the legal voting hours on said date, and that said time and place for holding said special election, and tho following named persons be and they are hereby designated as and for the Judges and cierns or said special election, to-wit: Ethel O. Ross, Mrs. Z. M. Derrick, Judges, and Terrance Gaither, Queenie Freeman and Edna Stanton Clerks. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEn. that the Recorder of the City of Toledo, cient to defray the cost thereof, the shall have power, and Is authorized whenever it deems it expedient, to im prove the public ghuunds within said city, to define what shall constitute streets, boulevards, alleys, sidewalks, crosswalks, and cycle paths, and regu late their use; to establish and open streets or alleys within the limits of said city in continuation of those now I or hereafter laid out; to establish or alter the grade and improve any Btreet or part thereof now or hereafter laid out or established within the limits of said city, and to lay down all neces sary sewers and drains; and to build and maintain, or cause to be built or maintained, any sidewalk or sidewalks and crosswalks upon said streets, or parts thereof, and direct the character of the material to be used In the im- men assisted by Stanley Anderson, provement thereof, and the manner of who witnessed the accident, got him building all sidewalks and crosswalks dug out he was nearly suffocated, upon streets; and the said improve- However, ne soon came around all right, and is now O. K. again. SECTION 26. The '. City Council j Council must ascertain the deficit and declare the same by ordinance; when SYNOPSIS OF SPECIAL MAY TERM OF COUNTY COURT,8tructIon of 8ald sewers so declared, the Recorder must enter the sum of the deficit in the docket of city liens, In a column reserved for mat purpose In the original entry, with the date thereof, and such deficit shall thereafter be a Hen upon such lot, or part thereof, In like manner and with like effect as in the case of the sum originally assessed, and shall also be payablo and may be collected In like manner and with like effeet as in the case of such sum so assessed. SECTION 49. If unon the cninnlo. tion of any improvement, or the con struction of anv sewer nr drain It l found that the sum assessed therefor upon any lot, or part thereof. Is more than sufficient to defray the cost inereor, tne Council must ascertain ter covered by this resolution wfih direction to the said Attorney to pro pair a suitable ballot title for said 'measure, and return the same to the n.';coraer witnin 5 davs. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Recorder be and he hereby Is In structed and required to publish the hereinabove proposed charter amend ments submitted to the voters Iy the Council In the manner required by law; that is to say, by publication of tills resolution in full in the Lincoln County Leader, a newspaper published in the City of Toledo once or oftener noi less man seven (7) days immed iately proceeding said special election at which said proposed amendments r.' iu oe voieu upon. - . - " wo LIllLlrU b 111 lilt? menu of streets and sidewalks anJ case of a deficit In the docket of citv PlYIDGWalb. Im.nfn mtnviAnA f I. Mi rr. i - Passod by the Council thin orh ri of May, 1921 by the following Tote: Yepp. J. W Ornhim V7m nrf. i- and declare the surplus In like manner 'Horning, Guy Roberts, S E. Newkirt as In the case of a deficit; when so and D. L. Chesley. ' declared it must be entered as in the crosswelks herein provided for may be done at the expense of the owners of the adjacent property, and the Con or drains AUS SMOKEHOUSE r ll ll II iiiS jxr-zftt.fjar.zrft. c-mTErwi.i iwu 751 F. UNIVERSAL CAR Here are authentic figures from the Ford factory at Detroit. They show you Just how many Ford cars and trucks have been built each month since January 1, 1921 and how many have been sold to retail customers, in the' United States. Produced JANUARY 29,883 FEBRUARY 35.305 MARCH 61,886 Delivered to Tetall Customers 57,208 63,603 87,221 Total Production 127,074 Total Sales 208,032 showing that actual sales for the first three monthe of 1921 exceeded production by 80,958 Ford cars snd trucks) April requisitions already specify 107,719 additional cars and trucks and the estimated April output of the factory and assembly plants combined calls for only 90,0001 These facts clearly show that the demand for Ford products Is growing much faster than manufacturing facil ities to produce and were It not for the dealers' limited stocks, which are now being rapidly depleated, many more customers would have been compelled to wait for their ears. It will be only a matter of weeks, therefore, until a big surplus of order will prevent anything like prompt de liveries. If you would be sure of having your Ford car or truck when you want It, you should place your order now, Don't delay. Phone us or drop us a card. A. T. PETERSON, Local Agent Bills Allowed as Follows: T. Young, work on Toledo-Newport Highway Contract $2211.79 Ed. Flescher, work on Tide water Road 73.50 H. J. Weil, Amount due on Al sea River -project 1613.27 R. E. Cannon,' attending the Teachers Institute 48.73 S. Duncan, attending the Teachers Institute 63.15 Standard Oil Co., Oil for County 227.07 Standard Oil Co., Oil for work on Market Roads 297.83 Sam A. Kozer, Secretary of State, Truck Licenses .... 264.00 In the Matter of designating a Polling Place for Big Elk Precinct. It ap pealing that the Polling Place for Big Elk Precinct had been sold and moved away, the Building known as the Black School House located at Frank Allison's' home was desig nated as the Polling Place for Big Elk Precinct. There being a few vacancies on some of the Election Boards, the Court at this time appointed Judges and Clerks to fill said vacancies. Carl Gildersleece, County Clerk. THAT HIGH SCHOOL MEASURE Yes or no, how shall I vote? You alone can tell. As there has been but little said or done rbout this measure, and as some questions have been asked about it, I wish to say there is but little to be said. First, I would say it is not for the purpose of Increasing your taxes and I would not say it will lower them a great amount, that is on the whole. It will equalize them. If the meas ure carries, that is, if tho majority vote YES we will all be taxed alike, for then there wil be a uniform levy the county over, while If the measure is lost, that Is, if the majority say NO, that means that there will be at least seven different rates of levies, one in CR'h of the six hUli school districts and one in ll.e territory that is in no high school district. We will all have to pay a high school tax, but the rates will not be the same if we work under the HIGH SCHOOL TUITION FUND LAW. We are under that law now. If we vote NO on June 7th, this not only means that there will be seven different rates for raising high school money in the county, but it means that a part of this money will be sent out of the county. That is to say, some of it will go to Portland, Salem, Eugene, or some other out side town. While if you vote YES, that means that the money raised by a uniform levy will all be used in Lincoln county. That you may know more about the high schools and the manner of rals. ug the money for them, I would ad vise that you read all of CHAPTER V except the last section, for it has been repealed. This chapter begins on page 137 of the 1919 school laws. It Von will read CHAPTER I, beginning on page 124 of the 1J19 school laws, you will then know what we will work under of the majority vote YES. Again I would say, If you believe In a uniform levy the county over and spending all that money In Lincoln county vote YES, but if you think best to have the seven different levies und then sending apart of the mon;y out side of the county to build herein provided for; may be done at the expense of the owners of the prop erty benefited thereby. In case said Improvements of streets, or sidewalks, or crosswalks, shall be done at the ex pense of the adjacent property. The Council shall by resolution declare Its Intention of making said Improvement of said streets and sidewalks, and cross walks, at the expense of the owners of the adjacent property. .In case said sewers or drains shall be done at the expense of the property benefited thereby, the Council Bhall be resolu tion declare its intention of construct ing said sewers or drains at the ex pense of the property benefited there by, and in said resolution shall gener ally describe the territory or property benefited thereby, such description may be either by metes and bounds or by lots and blocks. SECTION 26. No grade or sewer or drain or improvement mentioned In section 26 of the Charter of the City of Toledo, Oregon, except the original establishment of a grade can be un dertaken or made without notice there of being first given by two publica tions thereof once a week in some newspaper published In the City of To ledo, Oregon. SECTION 27. Such notice must be given by the Recordery order of the Council, and must specify with con venient certainty the street, or any part thereof, or sidewalk or cross walk proposed to be improved, or of which the grade Is proposed to be es tablish! d or altered, or of sewer or drain the general location thereof, and a description of the property benefited thereby, and the kind of Im provement which is proposed to be made. SECTION 28. Within ten days from the Anal publication of such notice, the owners of more than a two-thirds majority of the superficial area of the property adjacent to such street, or part thereof, of the property bene fited by said sewer or drain, as the Hens. Thereafter the person who paid 1921, Nays: Submitted to the Mayor, May 16th. such surplus, or hiB or her lezal ren. resentative, isentitled to repayment of the same by warrant upon the City Treasurer. SECTION 60. All money paid or collected upon assessments for the im provement of streets, or the construc tion of any sewer, or drain, shall be kept as a separate fund, and In nowise used for any other purpose whatever. SECTION 52. All sewers or drains constructed In the City of Toledo. O. gon shall be done either by letting the contract therefor, said contract to be Approved by the Mavor. Ma icii. 1921- W. E. Ball, Mayor. Attest; R. B. Miller, Recorder. NOTICE "of ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned administrator of the Estate of J. H. Smith, deceased, will by th tue of an order of Bale duly made and entered of record In the County Court of Lincoln County, Oregon, on the 2nd day of May, 1921, authorizing and li censing tne undersigned admlnintm. let to the lowest bidder after seven tor ' 88,11 estate to sell the real prop days notice thereof In a newspaper ' erty belonging to said estate, I wUl la published In the City of Toledo, Ore- Pursuance thereof an and after the gon, or If on the filing and opening of 4tn aay ot Jun. 1921, at the hoar ot an tA KM W nit- y-i . . I tan sx'nlsvr.V A Tut - ..u .. . said bids the City Council deems the bids too high, they may bv resolution direct the City Recorder to readver tise for bids for the construction of said drains or sewers or may construct said sewers or drains under the gen eral direction of the Street Commis sioner, and In the constructing of any sewer or drain the city shall have the right to use and divert from the nat ural course any and all creeks or streams running through the city Into such sewer or drain. SECTION 63. The Common Council Is authorized to repair any street or part thereof when It deems it exped ient, and the Council may direct that such repairs be made at the expense of .the abutting property, and in case the street Is repaired at the expense of the abutting property, the resolu tion shall direct the City Marshal to post a notice on the abul.tinc oronprt v headed "NOTICE TO REPAIR STREET" In letters not Ics3 than 'i inch in hight. and said notice shall he I In legible characters and direct the owner of the said property to Immed iately repair said street in a good and substantial manner and a copy of such notice shall also be mailed to the owner at his address If known to the City Recorder, or if not known di rected to him at Toledo, Oregon, and the City Marshal shall file with the CItw Recorder an affidavit ot the post ing ana mailing of surli notice. A ten o'clock A. M. of said oar. at 4h Law Office of O. B. McCluskey. Tole do. Oregon, offer for sale at private sale to the highest bidder, the follow ing described real property belonging to said estate, to-wit: An undivided naif interest in and U the following: The southwest quarter of the south west quarter, section five, township twelve south of range 11 W. W. M. and the south half of the southeast quarter of Section six, township twelve. South of Range 11 W. W. M., and the north west quarter of the northwest quarter f section eight, township twelve South of Range eleven W. M. M Lin coln County, Oregon. Terms of sale, Cash In hand. Dated at Toledo, Oregon, this 2nd day of May, 1921. S. H. Smith, Administrator of the Eetate of J. It Smith, Deceased. o NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE lr the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Lincoln County George Alexis, Plaintiff, vs. Anton Hans Hanson snd E. A. Noyes. Defendants. Notice is her-hy given that under and by virtue of an oxncu ion judge ment, decrno nnil order of sain Issued out of the above entitled Court and cause on the 9th day of Mav. 1921. ami mistake in the name of the owner of it0 mo 'I!rfi,,t'"'. I will on Saturday, flio case may be, may make and file with the Recorder a written remonstrance ! such property shall not render void l",n dy of June, 1921, at 10 o'clock A. apainst the proposed Improvement, j said notice, but in such a case a posted iM' at n,n,n tranre at the County grade, or alteration thereof, or sewer, notice shall be sufficient. Personal inllrt "so at Toledo, Lincoln or urain, ana mere upon uie same service on the owner , of a notice to l ounly. I'reKon, sell to tho highest bid- shall not then be further proceeded with or made, and the particular Im provement so defeated by remon strance shall not be again proposed for six months, except upon petition of two-thirds of the property to be af fected thereby, But notice may be given at once of a different kind or character of any improvement from the first proposed. SECTION 29. If no such remon strance be so made and filed, the Council at its earliest convenience thereafter, and within six months from the final publication of such notice, may establish the proposed grade or alteration thereof, or commence to repair street shall be equivalent to the dRr for cash '"and, all right, title. posting thereof on the property and the mailing thereof. SECTION 63 A. The owner shall make said repairs within five days from the d'ate of the posting of said notice. If the owner of any such lot or part thereof or parcel of ground shall fail, neglect, or refuse ,to make such repairs within the time desig nated the city marshal Bhall make the Bame and keep an accurate (account of the cost of the labor and materials used in making the repairs in front of each lot or parcel of land, and shall Teport monlhly to the common council the cost of such repairs and the dls- make the proposed improvement, orjcriptlon of the lot or part thereof or interest and estate of the above named defendants in and to the following described real property, to-wtf: The Southwest quarter (SW4) of fb Northeast quarter (NE'i); the Southeast quarter (SE4) of the wormwest quarter (NWU) and lota Nor. One (1), Two (2) and Three (3) of Section Thirty-one (31) In Township Six (6) South of Range Nine (9) West of tho Willamette Meridian, In Lincoln County. Oregon, and containing one hundred and eighteen and ftftT-slx hundredths acres. Said sale will be made for tho pur pose of satisfying a judgement, and decree In favor of the plaintiff end T!'nst the defendant. Anton Hunt construct said sewei, or drain, asWcel of ground frontln UDon th hereafter provided. Istreet unon which renalrs were mad. Manson, for the sum of J360.OO wffh SECTION 31. In case the notice be section ks r ti. mmn I interest "at 6 ner cent ner nnnnm1' r foo the Improvement of a street, oriCn shan inspect the reports of tho October 26th, 1914. until paid, $73 00 crosswalk, or part tlureof, or the con- street repairs and the cost thereof special attorney's fees, tneether wltli structlon of a sewer, or drain, or side walk thereon, the Council may pro ceed to ascertain and determine the probable cost of making such, lmprovo ment, and assess upon each lot, or part thereof, liable therefor its proportion ate share of Buch cost; provided, that made by the city marshal, and If it deem the same to. be reasonable it shall approve the same. The council shall at least once a year by ordinance assess on each of the lots or parts thereof or parcels of land fronting upon the streets which have been ro- pared as above provided iho costs of up'iti owners of the property liable for hihh schools in other tountifs then iS!.m improvements shall have a reason-, ,,vuvin ..i, ,nni,. A .... vote NO. licu'oofsupt. We Ume l c6mplule Bald laiProv- it. In each case all of the assess- cows ana aisbursemcuts taxed and al lowed In tho sum of $21.60. The purchaser at such sain tc- be li"t into the immediate possession ot urt liicmlses. Witness my hand as Sheriff of Line ..oln flinty, Oregon, this 11th day of .M?v 1!:M M. Slmpsnr. T ' M f Lincoln Couu:v Orer.on CV' ,,r Hridcr, Attorney for PIclntuT, ti'tsiiouu, Oregon.