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""WM COUlftV LEADER.'" TOLEDO. OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30th. 1921.
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To Anna Rathje, the above named defendant: In the Name of the State or Oregon: You, are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint of the plain tiff in the above entitled suit now on file in the office of the County Clerk of Lincoln County, Oregon, on or be- xore me aay named in tne order for publication of this summons, made by me lionorauie jotin Fogarty, County Judge of said Lincoln County, which summons are hereby referred to, to- sam order and time for answering said wil: On or before six weeks from and after date of the first publication thereof. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the complaint as herein required, plaintiff will apply to the above en titledCourt for the relief demanded ia his complaint, namely: for a decree of said court that plaintiff's title to the following described real property, to-wlt: Lots two and three and ssutheast quarter of northwest quarter and the northeast quarter of southwest quar ter of section eighteen In townsliip thirteen south of range eight west of Willamette Meridian, Lincoln County, State of Oregon, Is good and valid; that you, the said defendant, 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 lands is wrongful and without right whatsoever; that you the said defendant, be forever barred and en joined from asserting any claim what soever in or 'to said lands, or any part thereof, adverse to plaintltt. and for such other and further relief as ma' bo equitable and just. This summons is published In the Lincoln County Leader, once a week for six consecutive and suerpssiv weeks bofel.iuiug with the Issue of December 2d, 1921. and ending with the issue of January 13th, 1022, under and pursuant to the directions con tained in an order made by the Hon orable John Fogarty, County Judge of Lincoln County, Oregon, which , said order Is dated the 2d day of Decem ber, 1921. G. B. McCluskey, Attorney for Plaintiff, I', t). Ad dress: Toledo, Oregon. SUMMONS In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Lincoln County W. C. Foster, Plaintiff, vs. Edward T. Price and Mary E. Price, his wife. J. R. Keep and Mich ael Manrtno, Defendants. To Edward T. Price and Mary E. Price, his wife, J. R. Keep and Mich ael Mam-inn, defendants In the Name of the State of Oregon: You, are hereby required to npnear and answer the complaint of the plain tltt in tiie anove entitled suit now on file in the office of the County Clerk of Lincoln County, Oregon, on or be fore the day nnmed In tho order for publication of this summons, made by the Honorable John Fogarty, County Judire o? Lincoln County, which said order and time for answering smrt summons are herebv referred to, to wlt: On or before six weeks from and after date of tho first publication thereof. And you are herebv notified that if you tail to appear and answer the complaint as herein requlied plaint'ff will apply to the above en titleJCoiirt for the relief de.nand -d inar, i,Preby called and interest stopped Ms complaint, namely: for a decree .i.t- ,ia. of said court that plaintiff's title to the following described real property, to-wit: The southeast Quarter of Section Tlilrty-stx in Township Twelve South of linage ion West of Meridian in Lincoln County, Stite of Oregon, Is ,.-.;d and vulid; tlmt ynu, the said defe :'"!!! have no rirl't. title, or lnter ; t wl-a-i soever In or to said lands or uny part thereof, and that any and p the fuel co?is manufactured is built all claims that you may claim against said lands Is wrongful and without right whatsoever; that you the said defendants, be forever barred and en joined from asserting any claim what soever in or to said lands, or any part thereof, adverse to plaintiff, and for such other and iurther relief as may ue e luuauie anu juai. This summons is nuhllaheit In tho Lincoln County Leader, once a week ior six consecutive and successive weens beginning with the issue of necemoer .'a, 1921. and ending with the issue of January 13th, 1922, under and pursuant to the directions con tained in an order made by the Hon orable John Fogarty, County Judge of Lincoln County, Oregon, which said order is dated the 2d day of Decem ber, 1921. G. B. McCluskey. Attorney for Plaintiff, P. O. Ad , dress: Toledo, Oregon. SUMMONS In the Circuit Court of the Stats of uregon for Lincoln County W. C. Foster. Plaintiff vs. Gardner Hackensmith, Defendant, To Gardner Hackensmith, the above named defendant: In the Name of the State of Oregon: You, are hereby required to appear and answer 'the complaint of the plain tiff in the above entitled suit now on file in the office of the County Clerk of Lincoln County, Oregon, on or be fore the day named in the order for publication of this summons, made by the Honorable John Fogartv, County Judge of said Lincoln County, which said order and time for answering said summons are hereby referred to, to wii: On or before six weeks from and after date of the firs, publication thereof. And you are hereby notified that If you fall to appear and answer the complaint us heroin required, plaintiff will apply to the above en titlcdCourt for the relief demanded In his complaint, namely: for a decree of said court that plaintiff's title tn the following described real propertv to-wit: Lots one and two of section four In township thirteen south of range eight west of Willamette Meridian, In Lin coln County, State of Oreon, Is good and valid; that you, the said delendant, have no right, title, or interest wlia! soever In or to said lands or any part thereof, and that any and all claims that you may claim against said lands is wrongful and without right whatsoever; that you the said dnfffndint, b-1 forever barred and en joined from asseping any claim what soever in or to said lands, or any part thereof, adverse to plaintiff, and for such other and further relief as may be equitable and just. This summons Is published In the Lincoln County Leader, once a week for six consecutive and successive weeks beginning with the issue of December 2d, 11121. and ending with the Issue of January 13th. 1922, under and pursuant to the directions con tained in an order made by the Hon orable John Fogarty, County Judgn of Lincoln County, Oregon, which Said order Is dated the 2d day of Decem ber, 1921. G. B. McCluskey. Attorney for Plaintiff, P. O. Ad dress: Toledo, Orog-.M. CALL FOR SCHOOL WARRANTS Notice is t.ereby given that all war rants drawn on School District No. i Toledo, Oregon, and endorsed not paid for want of funds, up to and Including warrant No. S71. Djiteil Poh is 1Q91 this date. Dated November 15th, 1921. L. M. Starr, Clerk. School DIst. No. 2. HOUSE AND LOT For quire at this offce. sale. In- C. HAWKINS Attorney-at-Law Toledo, Oregon For Ranges, Cook Stoves and Heat ers, See Colvln. C. L. Morrison was down from Elk City Saturday. Boys Black Calf Dress Shoes, $2.95 The Bootery. IRemember the basket ball game to morrow evening. ILee Doty of Waldport was a Toledo visitor yesterday. Win. Southwell of Rock Creek wa3 In the city yesterday. . alius Thelma Nieml of Siletz was In the city yesterday. Lieut. W. K. Patterson departed for Portland this noon. See the new Styles In Men's Felt Hats. The Bootery Hobart Dickson was a passenger for Portland this noon. Capt. Wm. Matthews of Newport is a Toledo visitor today. Mrs. C. E. Hawkins was a passenger for Portland yesterday. Hon. S. G. Irvin was up from the Resort City yesterday afternoon. All roads lead to the Chamber of Commerce dance tomorrow evening. Misses brown or black calf lace shoes, $2.65 and $2.85. The Bootery. A. W. Morgan arrived down from Portland Wednesday evening on busi ness. 'Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dickson re turned to their home at Corvallls yes terday. Wash tubs, boards, boilers etc., at Colvin's. Ladies' Goodyear Welt Brown Calf Oxff.cl. Rubber Heels. $4.25. The Bootery. Manager Jos. Swearingon was a business ivlsitor. to tlio Valley Uie first of the week. iMJss Alvhlld Itomtvedt returned to Butte Fulls, this noon where she is Mr. and Mrs. Lem Hoffman of Elk City are moving Into the P. Frederick .ICjUo Cli cOi.uUd St. A. L. Burley of Sheridan was in the city yesterday looking the town over with a view to locating here. Help a good cause and have a good time by attending the Chamber of Commerce dance tomorrow evening. Mrs. W. L. Cooper and children went out to Amity Satuiday to spend the holidays with Mrs. Cooper's paremts. A marriage license was Issued this week to Chas. A. Parker of Austin, Nevada, and Ella L. Anlbal, of New port. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lehn of Burpee were down to the installation ceremon ies of the Masons and Eastern Stars Tuesday evening. All kinds of men's and boys work clothes at Colvin's. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Stanton went down to Yachats last week to spend the holidays with their daughter, Mrs. E. E. Smith, and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Mauch of Eddy ville were in the city Tuesday evening attending the joint installation of the Mason and Eastern Star lodges. Mrs. G. R. Scbenck and son, Geo., Jr., arrived home from Portland Wed nesday evening where they spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Soule. County Commissioner C. M. Warren arrived down from Rose Lodge Tues day evening to attend a special term of County Court, which is being held to pass on the budget. W. H. Lawson, accompanied by C. O. John, arrived down from Portland Wednesday evening. They went lnto the Siletz country yesterday to look over our timber resources. The Chamber of Commerce dance given at ithe Club House last Saturday evening was a dandy and every body i had a fine time. Another dance Is to be given, tomorrow evening. Miss Vivian Tindall arrived down from Portland Friday evening to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Tindall near this city. Miss Vivian is attending high school In Portland. Misses Bertina and Oletmna Oljon, who are teaching In the Portland schools, arrived in Toledo Saturday evening to spend the Christmas vaca-1 tlon with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Olson. iDr. F. S. Fugit, arrived back from Ponland Tuesday evening, where he went to spend Christmas. He was accompanled on his return by liis wlfo and daughter, who will now make their home in this city. Thanks, Friend, for your generous patronage for the year just closing and I hope by fair dealing to merit your favor for the years to come. I wish you all the success and happi-. ness the year 1922 can give. Sincerely yours R. S. Van Cleve. Mrs. Cliff McKlwain and mother ar- rived last week from Montana. The ' fact that Cliff was married A couple of j months ago camo as a surprise to his many friends here. Cliff went back I east last fall, and at that time was mnr rled, the bride being one of his child hood playmates. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Osborne, Miss Bernlce Coleman and Mr. and Mrs. Adlia J. Casteel and children of Port- land are spending the Holidays with Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Casteel at Yaqulna. A merry party formed Monday even- ing at the hotel and danced 'til the wcj small hours. - Men's dress coats a'; Colvin's. ' "Corpy" Roberts was over from the Sllets Tuesday.- R. F. Baker of Newport was a Toledo visitor Wednesday. Terrence Gaitlier is over from Cor vallls for t!i0 holidays. Joe Kolilcr of Beaver Creek was a county seat visitor Tuesday W. B. Cilscn was a passenger for Valley points Tuesday noon. Miss Iris Akin visit jd wth relutlves at Yaqulna Monday evening. Mrs. J. H. Johnson of Waldport was a Toledo visitor last Friday. Honest to Goodness Coffee- only 30 cents per lb. at Gildersleeve's. Jim Rosa is homo from the Univer sity for the Christmas vacation. Ed. Meaker, the butcher, returned Wednesday from a visit at Yaqulna. Men's Goodyear Welt Dress Shoes, Rubber Heels. $4 85. The Bootery. Jack Bellany slipped and fell last Saturday, and badly injured his hand. Joseph Knsydir of Lower Siletz was a county seat visitor te first of the week. For a high class phonograph see Colvln. Our cold snap departed Christmas and we are again enjoying Oregon weather. 'Mrs. Frank Jones and children of Newport are visiting hare in Toledo this week. Mr. und Mrs. H. A. Matheson went out Ho Portland Wednesday for a few days visit. Wo guarantee Bal'lBand Rubber Boots and Rubbers to be the best The Bootery. Mr. and Mrs. George Parrisli spent Christmas with Mrs. Parrish'B par ents, at Summit. Miss Th-ln;a Hoeflln of Yaqulna s,,.c!iL "'..r'. ;1... ;.j wlLl. her cc.::i. Miss Iiitj A'.:!:i. 1:, this city . Many foreign countries are clamor ing trr T.mla. If-; frv.'.c '.: v.crld- wide. Toledo Drug Co. Miss Elanch Her, who Is teaching school near Waldport, arrived bome Saturday for the holidays. Pete Tangen came Jovn from Port land the first of the wee": for a visit with hig mother and orothors. Grant KIus was over .io-.; ;'if last Friday evening to meet l:;s wit who anivud on tl,o evening tram. Mrs. R. S. Van Cleve and daughters, Oneatta and Rowena, went to Portland Wednesday for a several days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gwynn arrived over from Silverton Saturday evening to siend the holidays with relatives here. For aluminumware, granlteware etc, see Colvln. IMr. and Mrs. Young arrived over from Salem Saturday to spend Christ mas with their son, Clayton, and fam ily In this city. Miss Myrtle Gwynn arrived down from Seattle Saturday evening for a visit wlih her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Gwynn, In this city. Miss Ruth Cozine came down from Elk City Monday evening for a visit with Mr. end Mrs. G. B. McCluskey and other Toledo friends. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. AVakefleld of Eddyville arrived in Toledo Monday evening for a few days vlsli; with Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Peterson. "We have sold 97,000 bottles of Tan lac and have never had a single com plaint.'' Jacobs' Pharmacy, Atlanta, Ga. Sold by Toledo Drug Co. Mrs. A. E. Rice departed for her home In Portland Tuesday after spend- ing a couple of weeks with her son. T. A. Rice, and family In this city. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Fish and daughter. Norma, returned to their homo at. Portland Tuesday after spend ing Christmas here with T. P. Fish. Mrs. Lola Cruson and children' ar- rived over from Corvallls Saturday evening to spend Christmas with Mrs. Cruson's mother, Mrs. Georgia Wado. L. J. Brown arrived over from Port land Wednesday evening to look after business interests here. Mr. Brown is working at the butcher trade in Port- laud. , Preyinventory sale prices at R. S. .Van Cleve's will close Jan. 1st. Short 'lines of merchandise will be sold re- gardless of cost or replacement 1 values. - ! Mr. and Mrs. Fay Plank and chll- dren came up from Newport Saturday to spend Christmas with Mrs. Plank's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ball, In j this city, F M Cook of Ona was a Toledo 'visitor Tuesday. Mr. Cook reports that the high waiter of a month ago did but very little damage to their sawmill and mill pond. Ben Homing arrived over from Eu geno Friday evening to spend a few days with relatives here and at OtHer ltoek. Ben Is one of the instructors at the University, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Carson arrived home from Portland Saturday evening. They were accompanied by their son in law and daughter Mr and Mrs. F. II. McCllntock, and children. Mrs. W. A. Cooper and children ar- rived home from Amity last evening, j Hurlay Taylor of Siletz was in the city yesterdc.y on business. Ho had soir.c s..U; bills printed wlilio In town for an auction to bo htdd at his fathers 'placa, Siletz, on the "all of January, 4'lf44'C'H'l'ttttt-K-.M-:.4. CRUSON NICHOL8 'DING" & "NICK" POOL & GOOD BILLIARDS TABLES, CIGARS & TOBACCO YOU WOULD ENJOY A VISIT TO THESE TWO PLACES t l I I I I $205 V1'. V $355 ipr ml '-' - " . . zi i III! im II ill mJohssA 1 llflrll $625 Special aolld or pneumatic tirad whla md b uipnlid All pricaa P. O. B. Dauoit T. PETERSON LOCAL TOLEDO, SUMMONS In the Clrculf Court of the State of Oregon for Lincoln County John H. Adams, Plaintiff, vs. Marvin L. Bradley and Fred H. Church, Defendants. To Marvin L. Bradloy and Fred B. Church: In the Name of the State of Oregon: You, und each of you, ure hereby re quired to appear and answer, the com plaint filed against you hi the above entitled suit, on or beforo February 6, 1922, and If you fall to so appear and answer, for want thereof plaintiff wil, apply to the said court for the relief demand In his complaint. The relief demand is tho foreclosure ol c crt:tln mortgage executed and delivered by Marvin L. Bradley to plaintiff on Juno 8, 1920, to secure 'he payment of a certain promlssary note of Marvin L. Bradley for $1800, payable June S, 1921, with interest at the rnte of 7 per cent per annum from date of Bald note, together with $200 attorney's fees and plaintiff's costs and disbursements heroin, said montage being on pro perty in Lincoln County, Oregon, more particularly dtcrlbod as follows, to wit: All of Lots Seven (7), KltrlitfS), Nine (9) end Ten (10) in Block Two (2) In Steam's Blocks In Nye und Thompson Addition .o tho City of Newport, Lincoln County, State of Ore gon; and Lots A, flvo (o). Six (6), Seven (7), Kight (8)and Nino (9) in Block Two (2) Sea Crest Blocks, a subdivision of Lots Two and three Block Fourteen In Nye and Thomp son's Addition to said city of Newport, further decreeing that plaintiff has a prlod end superior lien to r.ny lien or Interest upon or to the lion or interest claimed by defendant Fred II. Church., barring and foreclosing you, and each of you, from any and all right, title or interest in or to said real property, and every part tlireoof. Tli s sum mons Is published by order of Hon. John Fogarty, County Judi'e of Lincoln Count', Oregon, mude December 9, 1921, which order providus that pub lication of sui ii:;ony sluiU be mude for CASEMENT ANDREWS' BUILDING "THE PETER PAN" CONFECTIONERY FULL LINE OF FINE CHOCOLATES COMMON AND FANCY ICE CREAM DISHES LUNCHES SERVICE t ) , H The President of the Ford Motor Co . Edsel B. A rorcj, says: "Wo nre taking ad vantage of every lrcown economy in the manufacture of our products in order that we may give, them to the public at the lowest possible price, and by so do ing we feel that we are doing the one big thing which will help this country into more prosperous times. People are interested in prices, and are buying when prices ars right tv5)The enormous de S Wmand for Fords proves that Mr. Ford is right. For reasonably prompt delivery, place your order now. Terms if de sired. AGENT OREGON ' six con3ecutivo weeks. 1 Date of first publication December 10. l'21. 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