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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. TOLEDO, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 22nd, 1921. COFFEE SPECIALS Saturday & Monday Only IMmMHMIHIMMMMMMMMMIIMIIimm M. J. B. ROYAL CLUB- SCHILLINGS HILLS BROS. AT 11c. PER POUND W.C.Burcroff Mercantile Go. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY WATCMtS-i OVER 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER J WALtHAM WAiUILS' Ul CAHMttl Mi,'VlJI TUB WOU-J. m7. PETERSON THE OLD RELIABLE, (Established 1900), TOLEDO, OREGON 4.4..M'vhM"H THE UNIVERSAL CAR Mr. Eds i -2. Ford, P.r.i ilent of the Ford Motor . Company, gives out the following statement: TOURING CAP. , $415.00 RUNA30UT 370.00 COUPE . . . . ' 695.00 SEDAN 760.00 CHASSIS '. 345.00 TRUCK-CHASSIS 495.00 TRACTOR 625.00 "Another reduction has been made in the list price of all types of Ford cars and the Ford truck to take effect lir.tnciliately. The list price3 f. o. b. Detroit, are now as follows: "The b's reductlonoMast fall wre made In anticipa tion of low material costs which we are now getting the benefit of, and this fact together with Increased manufac turing efficiency and the unprecedented demand for Ford cars, particularly during the past threa months permitting maximum production, have made another price reduction possible immediately. "Ford business for April and May 1921 was greater by 56,633 cars and trucks than for the same two months in 1920; In fact, the demand has been even greater than the supply, so that our output has been limited, not by unfilled orders but by manufacturing facilities. "During May we produced 101,424 Ford ore and trucks for sale In the United States alone the biggest month ir the history of our company and our factories and assembly plants are now working on a 4000 car daily cedUle for June. "The Fordson tractor Is still being sold at less than the cost to produce on account of the recent big price reductions, and It Is Impossible, therefore, to make any further cut In the price of the tractor. Can you afford to go without a car any longer when rords are Sellingat these new low prices? There Is no i easan now why you should delay purchasing a Ford car, Ford truck, or Fordson Tractor. We will gladly advise you concerning the delivery of a Fordson tractor or the parte iular type of car In which you are interested. Just 'phone us or drop us a card. A. T. PETERSON, Local Agent SUMMONS In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Lincoln County W. C. Wmfers, Plaintiff, V8, Oeeonslde Investment Company, a corporation: Jumes Thorp, J. H. Colt ami II. A. 7Iosttlr, Defendants. To Ooanalde Investment Company, a corporation, James Thorn. J 11. Col: ami H. A. Hosteller, the above named defendant: In the Name of the State of Oregon: You find ea.h of you are roiiir:d to appear and answer tho complaint of pljt: utifT filed against you in lh shove entitled suit on or before the expirat.on of six weeks from the date of the first publication of this sum nioiiH, a:id If you fail no to aputar and answer, for want thereof the plaintiff will apply to the above entitle 1 court for the relief demunded in his win plalni, to-wlt: for a decree of this Court forecloplng Ma certain mortgng executed by defendant, Oceai'nl.ie In vestmert Company, on the Bil:'n liv of June, 1914, on the following des cribed real property pituat'i in Lin coln County, Or Ron, to-wit. Northeast quarter of the Southwest quarter r.nd l.ots seven (7) nine '! and ten (10) In Sectioi fourteen iH) Township seven (7) Sout't Itunge eleven (11) West, W. M. And jnt one (1. the Southeast qearler of the Northwest qm-l -r and iba South half of the Nortm-dst quart er of Section twenty-six (2i In Town ship Seven (7) South of Range eleven (11) West, W. M. Which i-aid mortgage wai made to t-lsintlff herein and vr:t to secure the payment of a "rtain promissory not In the suai of Two Tncusand (IOW 00) Dollars with in-tr-nt thereon at ten p-r cent per annum, dated June 30th, 1914, psyabla to plaintiff herein, and that the above described tract of land be sold by the ; sheriff of Lincoln County, Oregon, as i provided by law, to satisfy the amount due and owing to plaintiff herein on Huid mortgage, and also the amount due plaintiff In the sum of $77::.0ti together with Interest thereon paid iu tuxes on said land by plulntiff herein; and further for o decree that each of said defendants and all of them, and all persons claiming by or through said defendants, or either of you, may .b,. barred and foreclosed of any estate right, title, lien, innrest in or to arid 'mortgaged premises cr any part there lot, and for such further relief as may be equitable and Just, i Tliis summons is serve! cn yr.u by publication in accordance -with tin order made and entered by tho Honor1 nblp John Fogarty, County Judge of .Lincoln County, Oregon, which said order is dated June 17th, 1921, and I which required that this Summons be published In the Lincoln County Lend ier, for six conr.ecutive and successive i weeks beginning with the issue of Juno 17th. 1921. and ending with the lssuo of July 29th, 1921. G. B. McCluskey, Attorney for rialntiff, P. O. Address, Toledo, Oregon. Table oil cloth at Colvln'a. Wash tube, boilers, etc at Colvln'a. Wm. Porter of Orion was a county seat visitor Friday. For granlteware and tinware see Colvin. Mrs. D. L. Chesley was a passenger for Portland yesterday noon. Wm. Mackey arrived over from the Valley Friday evening. Have you found our two ads In this Issue? The .Bootery. Maurice Andersen drove over from the Slleti Wednesday. Arthur Schlec't was a passenger for Portland Friday noon. For men's and boyo' dress shirts see Colvin. Col. Hofer of, Salem passed thru to Agate Beach Friday evening. Beds, matftrecsee and springs at Col vln'a. L. D. Nash of Nashville was a To ledo visitor Wednesday morning. L. M. Donckel of Rock Creek was a Toledo visitor Monday. Consult us on prices before buying elsewhere. The Bootery. Fire Patrolman, John Savage, was over from the Lower Siletz Monday. Bob and Obed Mann went up to the former's ranch near Chitwood Tuesday. Mrs. R. P. Goin and son, Eugene, arrived home Friday noon from a visit at Waldport. A gravel train with eleven cars of giavel was brought over on a special e.arly Saturday morning. Mesdames W. E. Rich and M. Espy returned yesterday noon from a sev eral days' visit at Newport. Mr. Rodriguez departed for his home Friday after visiting with his sister, Mrs. Berg, of this place. Max Hayden Bold hia ten aero ranch, near Mill Four, this week to Chas. Burch of Yaquina. A. T. Peterson received another car load of Fords Wednesday. There were six touring caM and one ,ruck in the car. V. R. Hawk of Yaquina was a county aea.1 vl-i'.tor Friday afternoon. He called in and subscribed for the Leader while in town. Mr3. Winter and 3on and daughter of Hose Lodge drove to Tobdo the first of the week via the beach to Newport. A marriage l!cen30 was Issued Wednesday by County Clerk Gilder sleeve to Clyde Ashtcn. 23, and Mol lio Leganger, 17, bo:h of this city. Howard H. Southwell, 22, and Saiml Nleiui, 17, of Siletz, were married hcie Wodnosday morning, County Judge Fogarty performing the cere mony. Mrs. W. H. Martin of Nashville was a t ounty seat visitor We J;iJiiday. W. E. Ball, accompanied by W. B. Hayden, drove over to the Siletz on business Tuesday. Norman Stewart returned to Port ion,! vcitnrArv a' er Knendlne a wsek !u.mi rointtvoa nnri friends here. Nor man is employed with the Northern i Pacific Terminal Co. i Leader subscriptions received this (week are: W. R. Hawk, Yaquina, Or.; S Monroe Nelson, Toledo, Or.; J. M. Bowers, Toledo, Or.; Gusu Ketola, Si 'letz, Or.; W. H. Burton, San Fran- Cisco, Calif. I Assistant General PasBonger Agent J. A. Ormandy and Traveling Passen ger Agent Jenkins, of the S. r. Lines were down from Portland Saturday looking after the Interests of the company here. Obed Mann arrived the first of the week from San Francisco for a viHlt with his brother, Bob, of this place. Arthur Byron Winter, 18, and Hazel Irene Ellis, 15, were married here Tuesday by County Judge Fogarty. They both reside near Rose Lodge. Specials for you at Van Cleve's for Saturday-Monday Sales Snapshot Salmon 25c; 18 Its. Small White Beans, $1.00; Kaoma Cleanser, 4 tbs. for 25c; Red Ribbon Currants 25c per package. Newport Is to have a series of week-end picnics, the first of which will take place at Nys Beach on Sat urday and Sunday, July 23-24. There will be aeroplane siunts of all kinds, , races and sports, etc. Let's go and have a good time. I Robert W. Osbornrepresenting the Oregcn State Board of Health and i the Oregon Tuberculosis Association arrived In Toledo Wednesday to make a health survey of this county. We went. ver to hie Siletz yesterday. Mr. 0.born stated that Toledo ranked high per capita for the purchase of Christmas seals last year. A spur about a thousand faet In length is being constructed at Agate Beach to connect the spruce railroad with the rock quarry and crusher. We undei stand that bunkers will be es tablifhed near the ball ground cross ing at Newport and at the Dundon crossing, north of Toledo, for the handling of this rock. Trucks will take, it from the bunkers and put It on tho road. Make Oregon Your Hotel WHEN IN PORTLAND 7m 1 ,w7;-?.i i--.;' Popular Spacious Lobr.f At the Center of Everything BROADWAY at STARK ST. We suggest you write, phone or wire for reservations ARTHUR, H. MEYERS, Manager (25) NOTICE I have placed all my accounts in the hands of W. H. Water- bury, Attorney at Law, Toledo, Ore gon, for collection. Please pay at once and save extra costs. E. M. Dodele. (25) FOR SALE 1 Good Grade Jersey Bull, two years old. Want $40.00. Chas. W. Myers, Elk City, Or. (25) FOR SALE 501 Full (Blooded White Leghorn chickens, all last year's pullets, most are laying. I am asking 75 cents each for them. C. A. Thompson, South Beach, Oregon. (24) FOR SALE 1920 Ford Truck, Fnei.-rr.atic Tires. Call at this office. Will consider trade for 1921 Roadster. ; (22) FOR SALE 0 or 60 head of Angora Goats. Price $2.00 per head. W. G. Sharman, Yachats, Oregon. (24) FORD TOURING CAR FOR SALE or Trade, See Zadok Thayer, Toledo, Oregon, i (19) FOR SALE 240 ACRES the best of river bottom soil, about So I acres in. crops, small box house and .fine large barn, 60 ft., well fenced. jAlso 45 head best Durham cattle, all j kinds of farm a;id hay tools. Price reasonable come and see. Six miles below Ageney. C. F. Anderson. NOTICE CHERRIES FOR 8ALEI Royal Ann and Lambert at 52 cts. per tb. f. o. b. Corvallis, F. R. Barnts, R. R. No. 2, Corvallis, Oregon. . (22) FOR SALE OR TRADE For I Cattle, pair of young mules, 4 and 5 ! years old. Al Martin, Toledo, Or. FRESH COW FOR SALE: 4 yrs. old, short horn and Jersey, gentle; easy milker. .At my placo 5 miles NE. of Toledo. Mary A. Day. FOR SALE Second Hand Cars. Ford One Ton Truck, first clas con dition, body and top. 1919 Ford Tour ing. Peterson Ford Garage. FOR SALE New Z Type 3-Horse Fairbanks Morse Gas Engine. Inquire nt Tracy's Plumbing Shop, Newport, Oregon. FOR SALE 7 Passenger Stude baker. Square Deal Garage. Toledo. If you want tractor work, plowing, etc. done, phone Toledo, 10251, or ad dress W. R. Stokes, Yaquina, Or. Sat isfaction guaranteed. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE In the Mntter of the Eatate of John I. Butterfleld, Deceased. Notice fri hereby given' that the undersigned has been duly nppointed by the County Court of Lincoln County Oregon, administratrix of the Estate of John 1. Butterfleld. Deceased, and has duly qualified. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to present the same to me at the law office of O. B. Mr-Clunkey, in Toledo, Oregon, properly verified, within six months from tho date of first publication of this notice. Dated and first published July 8, 1921. Sarah J. Butterfleld, Administratrix of the Estate of John I. Butterfleld, Deceased. SPECIAL LOW RATES For July, on Columbia Plaster Wall Board, the jointless, ready-made plaster wall. Ore. gon made. Cannot burn. For free cample and name of nearest dealer write G. E. Ohsfeldt, Portland Or. FOR SALE Big Durham cow giving 4 gallons of milk a day; also Jersey calf 6 weeks old; and a cook stove. See Chas. Mock, Toledo, Oregon. LEARN THE AUTO BUSINESS earn more money as auto mechanic or go into business for yourself as Ignition expert, Batteryman, Welder Tractorman, Vulcanizer. Machinist or Lathe Hand shortest road to suc ce9Sthou8nds ef men have gone from these shops to good jobs you can do the sameyou can earn board and room while attending school- write today for freevitalog largest and best equipped Auto School on the Pacific Coast-over 2,000 men trained annually. Heald's Automobile School 1101 Sutter Street San Francisco Acetylene welding bring In your broken castings and have them made as good as new. F. W. Carson, To ledo, Oregon. ( YOUR EYES ACCURATELY FITTED By GRADUATE OPTOMETRIST Private Office for Examination Prices Reasonable F. M. French & Sons Optometrists and Opticians Albany, - Oregon IMHMMMHUHMHIHMTtMHMlMM HERE is Your Chance TO BUY CHEAPER THAN WHOLESALE PRICES AT FACTORIES IS YOUR SIZE HERE? Ladies White Sea Island Cloth Shoes, Mill Leather Heels Sizes 3'2, 4, 4'2, 5, 5'2, 6 To Close Out at. . . .$2.25 Ladies White Fabric Cloth Shoes, Low Leather Heels Sizes 2 prs. 2y2, 2 prs. 6'2 To Close Out at $2.25 Ladies White Fabric Cloth Oxfords, Mili Leather Heels Sizes 4y2, 5'2, 6, 7 To Close Out at $2.25 Ladies White Fabric Cloth Pumps, Mili Wood Covered Heels Sizes 3, 3'2, 4, 5y2 To Close Out at $2.25 S.fE. NEWKIRK, Prop. Phone 5805 r r f V I 4 I F 1 4 i I I t ITF . y.- " Pretty important event those first uncertain steps the first thing you think of is a KODAK While it is all very simple the Kodak way, the experts in our photographic department are more than ready to give you the benefit of their experience and to help make good picture-making all the easier. Kodaks from $9.49 up they are all auto graphic an invaluable feature for pictures of the youngsters where the date and title are 1 often half the interest. ' TOLEDO DRUG CO. T. P. HAWKINS, Prop. H till !.., II Water Front Market WHOLESALE A RETAIL Dealers In DRESSED & CURED MEATS FISH IN SEASON HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR HIDES WAUGH & MEAKER, Props. hJM FOR SALE Team, Harness and i Wagon. Team weighs 3200. R. L. Calkins, Siletz, or. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION 010761 Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon, July 19th, 1921. Notice is hereby given that Lester jV. Skeels, of Alsea, Oregon, who, on (July 22, 1916, made Homestead Entry, 1 Serial No. 010761, for S SW ;SEV4, S SM, SEVt SW Sec. 14, land W E NW',4. W E E jNW and NE4 NE4 NEVi NW, Section 23, Township 15 S., Range 9 W., Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Pinal Three Var Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Clerk of the County Court of Benton County, Oregon, at Corvallis, Oregon, on the 30th day of August, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: Thomas Taylor, of Alsea. Oregon B. S. Tullock, of Alsea, Oregon. Elmer Taylor, of Alsea, Oregon. Clarence Sapp, of Alsea, Oregon. W. H. Cinon, Register. DR. L. HOYT BROWN DENTIST Nat. Bank Bldg. Toledo, Oregon OFFICE HOUR t to 12 A. M. and 1 to S P. M. FOR SALE 120 ACRE DAIRY Ranch, one mile from Toledo on Ya quina road. Al Martin, Toledo, Or. White House paint In S-gallon cans at $2.75 per gallon, while it lasts. Bateman Furniture Co. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION 011590 Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon, July lflth, 1921. Notice is hereby eiven that William Sauer, Jr., of Heceta, Oregon, who, on July 13, 1918, made Homestead nmry, aerial no. 0115MU, Tor NW SE4 NWVi. WV4 NEW FV.V. NTWU NH SWH SEH NW'4, E SEVi SEVi NW, W4 NEV4 NW, WA E NEU NWy4, S SW4 SW NEW.. NWU SEW SKV, NWK Section 22, Township 16 S., Range 11 w., Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Pinal Three-Year Proof, to establish Holm to the land above described, before Joe MorriB, Jr., U. S. Commissioner, at nts oitice, at Mapleton, Oregon, on, the 30th da of August, 1921. Claimant names as wi:nes3es: Oeorge Halliday, of Hsceta, Oregon. William Gregg, of Cushmnn, Oregon . Ben Bunch, of Hecota, Oregon. Joseph Mochem, of Heceta, Oregon. W. H. Canon, Register. FRUIT TREES AND SHRUBBERY I represent the Salem Nursery and will take orders for Fall delivery any time now. C. R. Ellsworth, Toledo. HOUSE AND LOT For sale, quire at this office.