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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 5th, 1922.
LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER W. H. HALL, E. F. HALL, G. W. HALL Publishers. G. W. HALL, Editor. Entered at Toledo, Oregon postolbce, as second-class matter, under the Act of March 3rd, 1879. Established Twenty-Nine Years Ago. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES Ons year, in advance $2.00 Six Months, in advance. $1.00 to merit the esteem and pfirtcnage of. the people of this community. From our observations the outgoing publish er, Mr. P. N. Hayden, has the good will of all and we hope to continue in this spirit. We have not como to Toledo to teach the peoplo' new ideas, but will endea STATEMENT BY R. R. GWYNN Toledo, "Oregon. To the voters of Lincoln county: I have concluded to become a candi date for the office of sheriff at the Primary election on the 19th day oi May. 1922. As 1 will not be able per sonally to see every one in the short A LAST WORD With this issue the Leader comes oat under the management of Messrs. IV. H.. E. F. and G. W. Hall, they hav iug purchased the plant, good-will, bus iness, etc., and I bespeak for them the same liberal and friendly support that baa been accorded myself during the past fifteen years that 1 have been con certed with the Loader. Hie Messrs. Hail come nere from Buhl, Idaho, where they published the liulil Republican. They ore exper ienced newspapermen and will give to Toledo a bigger and better newspaper. My tenure as editor of the Leader has been both pleasant and profitable and 1 take ttiis means of thanking the people of Toledo and Lincoln County for their liberal support. 1 also wish to thank those who have acted as cor respondents, in tho different parts of the county, they having served the Leader faithfully thru thick and thin. Your very truly, V. N. HAYDEN. LEDER UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT We wish to announce that we have taken over tho management of the .Lincoln County Leader and will hope vor to learn from their knowledge and ' time permitted, I wish to make this experiences and, if possible, rroflt thereby. Our politics is Republican, but our main object will be to give to Lincoln county and Toledo a real publicity medium that will be a credit to the community. Politics should not enter into the development of any municipality that soes fit to crospei and develop. Let's thresh out our factional differences in a friendly man ner and let the will of the majority have the united support of all. A newspaper to bo a newspaper must be the mouthpiece of the com munity In which It is published. In order to accomplish this fete it should have the cooperation and support of the people. We wlil welcorae at any time any criticism you may have to offer and will also appreciate a word of praise now and then If you see fit '.o give It. It will be some little time before w will be able to put out the class of news paper that Toledo is entitled to due to lack of equipment r.nd not being acquainted with conditions as they ex ist. Please accept this as an invitation to call at the office and get acquainted. W. H. HALL, E. F. HALL, G. W. HALL. Mr. Rickmnn, cf Newport has ten acreB of logan ber ries and he Is busy putting the field in good Bhape. Mr. Rickman says, Siietz is the home of the loganberry as well as other small fruits. Mr. Rlckmann is an expert In berry cul ture and It is fortunate for Siletx that he has engaged In the business here as he has In Marlon county. public statement relative to my claims for your support, I believe that from the conditions In this county, as well as elsewhere the chief Issue in the campaign will be law enforcement, especially of the prohibition laws of the state. I be lieve that my record as a resident of the county, as road supervisor for 3 years, and as a constable for a Mk period, justifies me in saying that if I am elected, the criminal laws will be strictly enforced, and that all pow er at any command will be used for that purpose, and particularly the liquor laws. I consider that there is no other issue before the people which as deeply concerns the moral welfare of the people. I have had considerable experience ns an officer, and such experience will be a garantee that no violator of the law will escape because of my neglect or Indifference. 1 owe no obligatien to 'the liquor Interests, or to the secret violators of the liquor laws, and pledge my best efforts dur ing my term of office, if elected, to the people who believe In a good mor al community and a quiet law-abiding people. If I do not succeed in thai, end, I will be willing to lay down tho office in favor of some one more in terested In law observance. I believe the time has come for a change and a clean up in Lincoln county, and pledge my best efforts in bringing it about. Your support will be appreciated for that purpose. R. R. GWYNN. . ll-2t to Toledo, Oregon. Block 3 in Seventh Addition to To ledo. Lot 3 aiocR & in Seventh Addition u. Toledo. Lots 1 & 2 block 1 Jones & Galther's Addition to Toledo. ILot 9 block 2 Jones First Addition to Toledo. Lota 1, 2, 3, 4, block 3 Jones 2nd Addition to Toledo. Lot 1 block C Jones 2nd Addition to Toledo. Lot 1 block 1 Yaquina Heights. Lot 4 block 4 Yaquina Heights. Lot 6 block 14 Otter Rock Lot 1 block 1G Jones & Nehrbas Ad dition to Otter Rock. TERMS OF SALE: At least one-half cash, balance credit. (Dated at Toledo, Oregon, this 1st day of May, 1922. . SARA C RAH EN, Executrix of the Estate of Gust Olson, deceased. 11 tit CHAIB3ERLM TABLETS rJPHiS is just what you need, madam'. Many i . m. women wnn vtrw rrnnmri nnfh inn; Motion n nma - - " wmwawn UlkM UlUlgVOUViI A sallow, rr' ..My skin, indicating biliousness and habitual constipation, have been permanently cured by the use of Chamberlain's Tablets. Before using these tablets they felt miserable and despondent. Now they are cheerful and happy and relish their meals. Try them. They only cost a quarter. 51 NOTICE OF BOND SALE PUBLIC NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, that the Board of Commis sioners of the Port of Toledo will re ceive bids up to and Including the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. on Monday the 8th day of May, A. D. 1922, for the follow ing described bonds: REFUNDING BONDS, aggregating Seventy Five Thousand Dollars ($7o. 000) bearing .Interest at the rate of per cent per annum, payable January first and July first, said bonds being dated May 1, 1922, and due Ton Thous and Dollars ($10,000) on May first in 'each of the years A. D. 1931 to A. D. i 1937, Inclusive, and Five Thousand Dol lars ($5,000) on May first, A. D. 1938. Said bonds will not be sold at such a discount as to yield tne purchaser thereof more than 6 per cent per annum on the purchase price thereof, and the Board of Commissioners re serves the right to reject any and all bids. All bids should be addressed to Guy Roberts, Secretary of the Port of To ledo, at Toledo. Oregon. (Seal) THE PORT OF TOLEDO, By Guy Roberts, Secretary. Published In the Lincoln County Leader on May 6, A. D. 1322. GUARDIAN'S SALE OF REAL PROPERTY NOTICE IS HKIEY GIVEN, that by virtue and in pursuance of an Order of the County Court for Lincoln Coun ty, State of Oregon, sitting in probate, made and entered of record In said court on the 1st day of May, 1922, in the Matter of the Guardianship of the person and estate of Arvol Hanson, a minor, authorizing and licensing tho undersigned, Sibert Hanson, as guard ian of the person and estate of said minor, to sell the real property here inafter described, of said ward, at private sale for cash, in the manner prescribed by law, the said guardian wil', on and after Saturday, the 3d day of June, 1922, at the hour of ten o'clock A. M. at the law office of G. B. Mc Cluskey, in Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, proceed to sell the said real property of said ward, 'hereinafter described, at private sale to the high est bidder for cash, in the manner pro vided by law, subject to confirmation by said County Court; said real prop erty being described as follows, to-wit; An undivided one-fourth (hi) inter est in and to the following: ILots 1, 2, 3 and 4 and tho NW of the NE) of Sec. 80, except 21 acres sold, in township 11 South of Range 10 West of the Willamette Meridian, jln Lincoln County, Oregon. I Dated at Toledo, Oregon, this 2d day oi May, 19ZZ. SIBERT HANSON, Guardian of the person and estate of Arvol Hanson, a minor. 11-ftt NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT In the County Court of the State of Oregon for Lincoln County In the Matter of the Estate of Julia D. fiaxton, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned, executrix of the es tate of Julia D. Surton, deceased, has filed in tlie County Court of Lincoln County, State of Oregon, her final ac count as such executrix of said estate, and that Monday, the 5th day of June, 1922, at the hour of ten o'clock A. M. has been fixed by said Court as the time for hearing of objections to said report, and the settlement thereof. Viola B. Culver, Executrix of the Estute of Julia D. Saxton, deceased. day. lias been fixed by the said court as the time for hearing of objections to said report, and the settlement thereof. W. S. Hall, Administrator of the estate of John Post, Deceased. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT Notice is hereby eiven that the un dersized administrator of the Estate J of John Post, Deceased, has filed in the County Court of Lincoln County, State of Oregon, his final account as such administrator of said estate and that Monday, the 1st day of May, 1922, at the hour of 10 o'clock, a. m., of sala NOTICE FOR SEALED BIDS Bids will be received by Sclu ol District No. 2 up to and including the 12th day of May, 1922, for the following labor to be performed and materials to be furnished: (a) To complete the upper floor of Uie high school building in accord ance with plans and specifications on file in the office of clerk, which may be seen at the office of G. B. MoClUBkey. b) To furnish paint for the pelnv Ing of the school buildings, together with stain for roofs, price to be sub mitted per gallon for pnint and stain, specifying name and grade of paint. Bids on carpenter work to be ac companied by certified check cover ing ten per cent of the amount of proposal. L. M. STARR, Clerk. .a. m m. f,. a. f. TTTTTTttttV L incoln County ANK t DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS (INCOrtPO RATED) TOLEDO, OREGON 4 Interest Paid on Time and Savins Deposit C. E. HAWKINS. President C. O. HAWKINS, Vice President li J. B. BOOTH. Cashier A. E. HAWKINS, Asst Cashier The White Corner Store We have the best line of dishes A full stock of groceries And can serve you best with all lines of merchandis WE WANT YOUR PATRONAGE R. S. VAN CL.F.VK PHONE 9005 . TOLEDO, OREGON The Peoples Meat Market S. R. ANDERSON, Proprietor DEALER IN rRESH AND CURED MEATS FISH AND POULTRY MAIL AND PHONE ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TOLEDO, Hdqrs. for Ground Bone. OREGON Water Front Market WHOLESALE A SETAIL Dealers In DRESSED & CURED MEAT8 FISH IN SEASON HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR HIDES WAUGH & MEAKER, Props. 1 14 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ml .'! 1 1 , ED'S SMOKEHOUSE A NICE, QUIET, ORDERLY PLACE OP AMUSEMENT POOL, BILLIARDS AND CARD TABLES E. A. LYTLE, Prop. I M i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H H NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX'S SALE OF REAL PROPERTY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that tho undersigned, executrix of the Es tate of Gust Orson, deceased, will by virtue of an order of sale duly made and entered of record in the County Court of Lincoln1 Counly, Oregon, on the 1st day of May, 1922, authorizing and licencing the undersigned execu trix of said estate to sol', the real prop erty belonging to said estate, I will in puisuance "thereof on and after the 3d day of June, 1922, at the hour of t mi o'clock A. M. if said day at the office .of Yaquira bay LinJ. & Abstract Com- 11 1 1 J i 111 luiouts, U1J11.V111 wuu,;i i v gon, offer for sale at private sale, to the highest bidder, the following des cribed real estate belonging to said estate, to wit! I Bfv;lnriing nt a po'nt on se-Mnn llr-i that Is 992 feet south of sections T, 8, 17, 18 township 11 muth oi .u.ic iu west of Willamette Meridian, Lincoln County, Oregon, running thence east 30 feet, thenco ncrth to C. & E. R. R. Co. thenco northwesterly along R. R. right of way to where it Intersects the section line thence south on sec tion line to place of beginning. Beginning at a point 238 feet south of tho corner to se-.iiors 7, 8, li, ir township 11 sou'h ran;e 10 west of Willamette Meridian, running thonco i-outh 40 dcfTcs 45 minutes west 11(5 feet to Depot Slou'h, Ihcnt'o ilc.vn tho slough to corner of Tole.lo 11 PI lots thenc e following the line of Mill lots to the section line, between sHciieny 17 & 18, In abevo township and range, thenco north on section line to place of beginning, except 3 Mi acres sold to .'he City of Toledo, Oregon. Beslnnlng at southwest corner of lot 1 In Jones & Galiliers AiU i on tj 'l., I ledo, run thence southeasterly to line ' between Jo'in unuianrs una J. r. vin jcent Homesteads, running thence along said line in wprvr'y direction ! to the east side of O.'.herine Street, thenco northeasterly ulnng Catherine Street to place of beginning. East half of northeast qunrter or section 1 Township 11 south ol' range 11 west of WlUumette Meridian, In Lincoin County, Oregon. North of wiiUhoast fjup.rter of southeast quarter In eotion 24 town ship 11 south range 11 west cf Willam ette Meridian, lylr;; east of Derby Slough. Lot 7 block 1 In the City of Toledo, Oregon. Mock 3 in the City of Toledo, Ore gon. Lot 12 in block 5 In Fourth Addition to the Town of Toledo, Oregon. West half of lit nix in block six Foil nil Addition to Toledo. Lots 7, 10, 8 block lti Fourth Addi tion to Toledo. West half of lot 5, block 13 Fourth Addition to Toledo. Lot 1 & north 10 feet of lot 8 block 14 In Fourth Addition to Toiedo. Lots 7 & 8 in block IS Fourth Addi tion to Toledo. Lots 3, 14, 15 block 23 Fourth Addi tion to Toledo. Lot 4 block 2 Sixth Addition to To ledo. lots 1. 2. S, 4, block 3 Sixth Addition to Toledo. Fractional Mock 4 in Sixth Addition NOTICE TO BIDDERS The County Court of Lincoln Ccunty, Oregon, will receive sealed bids for the construction of r. brldse across the Yaquina River at Morrison, Oregon, known as the Morrison Bridge, Con tractor to do all the work and furnish all the tools, machinery, labor and ma terials to complete said bridge in ac cordance with the pb-ns rind spoclfl tlons now on file in the County Clerk's office at Toledo, Oregon. All bids to be on forms furnished by the County Clerk and must be accom panied by a certified check to the smount of five per cent (67c) of the amount bid, payable '.o Lincoln County. Checks of unsuccessful bidders will be rjturned immediately. Checks of successful bidders will be retained until contract is executed and bond ap proved. All bids to bo in accordance with the plans and specifications on tile in the Counly Clork's office and must be filed with the County Clerk, at Toledo, Oregon, on or before 1(7 o'clock a. m. on May 8th, 1922. Plans and Specifications may be seen at the office of the County Clerk, or may be taken from the Clerk's office, for five days upon depositing with the Clir'. the sum of $5.00, tc lrsure the returr thereof. The final awarding of this contract to bo decided May 2CI.li, 132C provided the bond Issue to be vj'.-d vi. on May Uth, 1922 is authorized by th? people. The Court renorvlng the righ to reject uiy or all bids. 1 Dated this 13th da.y of April, 1921' Carl Cllderi'eevc, . County Clork. It Costs You More to rot buildings than it . - does to let paint save them CHECK The est. Compare the prices of HimbeT sni paint. Tney will show jrm htm extravagant ft is to allow btrllcl ings to 'depreciate for lack of paint. 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