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L1MC0LW COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 19th, 1922.
PACE THREE OREGON JERSEY BOOSTERS TO INSPECT FAMOUS HERD One medal cow rank. This herd has also a stiver medal bull, St Mawee of Ash- Aurn anri 1. tha nnl hvl In Of America's LsadllMI Brsadara: hBVtnar both inM and illTar mailil Wilt ahowrt Fan Soma fContrlhu tlon to State's Leadership. O. A. C, Corrallls, Ore. The Jersey Jubilee boosters will have the oppor tunity to ce the results of one of America's leading Jersey breeders when they Inspect the C. M. Dickson and Son Ash burn herd near Shedd, on their three-day tour of the valley be ginning May 25. The Ashburn herd is now under the management of C. C. Dickson whose name stands at the head of American Jersey breeders in the 1921 honor list for Jerseys, with seven medal cows to bis credit His nearest coral' petltor bred four medal cows and the third highest three. This e ves Mr. Dickson the distinction of holding as many medals as his two neareat com petitors combined. . To get Into the gold medal class a cow registered in the American Jer- bulls. Mr. Dickson is a member of the committee of five in charge of the UNITED STATES A NATION OF PRODUCING CITIZENS Bureau of Census Figures Show Pro portion In Various Labors. Washington, May 11, (Capital News Service). The Bureau of the Census jubilee tour. Other members are O. compiles volume alter volume of fi G. Hewitt of Independence. Willard ures from which the statistical draws Brown of J. C. Brown and Son, Shedd, many Inferences. Dry reading, If not r. 2. Lynn of Perry dale and C. L. Mulkey of McMinnville. Luncheon for 600 will be provided at noon by the Linn County Jersey club. The visit to Ashburn will Ust try. understood, they tell a crapric story to the trained student Recent re sults show the distribution of workers in various lines throughout the ooun- from 11 to 1 o'clock. Male workers engage In agriculture to the number of 29.9 per cent (9r 867.000 men). Three and three-tenths per cent do mining (1,087,000 work ers). Thirty-two and nineteenths per cent manufacture (10,882,000 labor- (era), while M per cent (2,852,000 Its strength. Use only clean, jincraek ed eggs and put them In a wooden or 'earthenware container. The solution sey Cattle chib must produce In oneraiay either be poured over all the year not less th&n 700 pounds butter fat enough to make approximately 650 pounds of commercial butter and carry a calf for not less than 165 days of the year. This herd has a gold medal bull, Valentine's Ashburn Baronet, dis tinction awarded on the performance EGG8 EA8ILY PRESERVED Eggs preserved now while the pricei are low will permit more to be sold later when every dozen counts more. Sodium silicate or water glass, is the standard preservative. First boll themell) , engaged In transportation, water to be used and allow It to cool,! Trade usee 10.8 per cent (3.674,000 after which add the water glass atWorkeTB): 3.4 per eent of o,, maIe mo mve wiuiw ur i, uoyeuuiug i population ere In professional work (14460t doctors, lawyers, dentists scientists, teachers, etc.); while 6.1 per cent are clerks (1,696,000 pushers- eggs at once or they may be added each day. Keep them in a cool, dry, but dark cellar. O. A. C. Experiment Station. FIRST CROP FOR SEED. The first crop of alstke clover Is always taken for seed. It should nev er be clipped or pastured back. O. A of his daughters which make the C. Explrement Station. T I lJ ROADWAY AT OTARK . M r . r Ks fOrflLANU. riRt;. Kin IN THE VERY HEART" OF THE CITY aun 11 AMA . tffll I I . PORTLAND'S ? "Great White Way" I ess I WILL BE YOUR HEADQUARTERS I ' AT THIS POPULAR HOSTELRY. 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Save 110.00 -by getting an all wool suit tailored to your measure from "Scotch Woolen Mills" 300 samples to eheeee from, and they are all one PRICE. Fit guaranteed. The Boc- ary. 1S-I NORTH BEAVER A7 Peterson, Win Smlti, H. 0 Rhoades and son, Floyd, wars New port and Yaqulna visitors Thursday. H. O. Khoades made a trip to Toledo Friday for Fred and Clarence Cook, Mr. and Mr. Zsk and O. B. Lewis. Misses Ida and Isabel 1 Brown wars guests of Miss Mary Smith Sunday. Messrs. Lloyd Lerfls and Ira Hunt- sucker of Oystervllle spent the week end with Adolph Peterson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kobler and Samily spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Zsek. Floyd Rhoades and WU1 Smith went to Newport Sunday afternoon. Ira Huntsucker is working tor A R. Zeek this week. Mrs. A. Peterson called on Mrs. J. Kohter Wednesday afternoon. Mxs. Guy Lewis returned home from Corrallls Sunday. She reports that little Francis Is getting along nicely. Her Experience "I was never able to bake a good cake until using Royal. I find other pow ders leave a bitter taste." Mrs. C P. ROYAL Baking Powder Absolutely Part Contains No Alum Leaves No Bitter Taste 5mrfrW NmaRoytJ Cock Book it's FREE. Rami Baking Pow-WCk,12WilllaaScNawYork NOTICE OP tHFRIcra aai In th. Circuit Court of the Ststs of uregon lor trie county of Lincoln Edward A Carlson, Plaintiff, vs. Carv 8. Peck and lMlth nlL. o,v husband and wife. a. H. Maikann j O. Smith, and L. V. St. r.intr rvw fendant. ... .ijhm By virtue of m aniinn der of sain issued nnr nf the, aihnvA entitled Court In thn ahnva .ntm.i acuon to me directed and datad tha 'l:"a consimction of one bridee over 4th day of May. A. D.. 1922. Ij favor of i VTltt Creek, four miles east of Tuft. 4 A OttvlaMM Dut.tia --.a Oregon, the Tniintv r famLt. .11 USEVA11TADS fa fw hoars I n 1922, at the hour of ten o'clock A. K. nas Deen fixed by said Court as ths time for hetudnv of ohlAr.lnna t mM report, and the settlement thereof. Viola B. Culver, Executrix of the Estate of Julia D. Ssxton, deceased. NOTICE TO BIDOER8 The OoUntV Conrt nf TJimnla nn.h Oreiton. will !lhe construction of one bridge over Edward A. Oarlann Plnlnti aglnst the above named Defendant for iue sum or saftoo.oo with interest mob u . lait, Oregon, the Oonntv n fnmi.t, .n .... terlals at bridge site, to complete said bridge in accordance wtth tha nion. moreou at tne rate of S per cent per!"uu stmcmcanons now on file in the annum from the 4th day of January, l"unt3r Clerk's office at Toledo, Ore A. D. 1920 and a further sum of 1200. j'0" attorney's fees and costs taxed at V TbB Couty Court of Lincoln County, $27.60 and the further sum of $116.73 P10". 1U receive sealed bide tor together with interest thereon at the " con'netion of two bridges over rate of 6 per cent per annum from the . Creek four miles east of Bay- i uoceTnoer, izt, on account coniracior 10 turnisn all of Uses paid by plaintiff and ths fur- mBterlelB t0 enpleto said bridges la ther mm r la aa An . . accordana with th. nian. ..a ..jm - T".WV tU KUWUUt VI III' I " " ITH.ua L f iiranr. naM h ni.t.tia , . rations rmw nit rtl-. ft. v. & rv. surancs paid by plaintiff on said pre mises, and Coat nf thla aMI niandlng me to sell the following dee- yivjmrL auuaie in Jbincoia County, Oregon, as follows, to-wit: West half nf anntl.. tne southeast quarter of the south- ' quaner ana the west half of the southeast quarter of section twenty, eight in Township Ten South, or Range Bight West of the Willamette Meridian, in Lincoln County, Oregon. NOW. THEREFORE, In compliance with the demands of said execution and order of sale I will on Saturday the 10th day of June A. D. 1922, at 1 O'clock P. M. et tha fim.1 A iv - County Court House, In the City of . u.ct.v,, uutuin jouniy, Oregon, tell to the highest bidder for cash, all the right title and interest or the above named Gary 8. Peck, and Edith Belle Feck, husband and wife, G. H. Malk ann. .7 fl Qmi,u - j n. . Defendants, In ths above named ac tlon, In ths above daacriho .n..- tO SatlsfV Slid HIHrnMnn ..J a sale, Interest, costs and accruing costs. Pl ot First Publication, May 18th, 192?te 01 tMi Pnb,let,on- Jun ,v M- SIMPSON, Shorlff of Zilnoola County, Oregon lf-et COL. WHITE BOOSTS ROOSEVELT HIGHWAY In brief Colonel White's platform is as follows: Less state expenditure: consolidation of commissions; imme diate plans for retiring state's Indebt edness; control Japanese ownership of land; stimulate progress in Oregon. Colonel White has nothing in his published platform definitely concern ing the Roosevelt highway, but he confided his ambitions for this pro ject in the ear of a reporter later. "I've traveled over nearly all the coast country from the Columbia river to tho California line," said Colonel White, "and I've never seen a coun try so rich in natural resources any place else. The Roosevelt highway would opn the wist amount of unde veloped country to the world." "There is another aspect of the sit uation that also Interests me. That Is the valuable aid such a highway would give to th? military preparedness program of the government," contin ued the Colonel. Tillamook Head light. , (I'd. Adv.) : ! GEO. F. LICKEY ' f?.:X". . SKOK-- r:CTAIRSWt in.;.. Jtvp. cinrhs. Watches Ur-i Pans, fwi kets, Tubs, 1 1 : ' .!!.- i..s . Agates, Repair "is - --Don't v '.'hif'i - "Tie In - u, ! Tspalr- . . olti une. v WEAK, WEARY WOMEN Learn the cause of dally woes and end them. When the back aches and throbs, When housework is torture, sleep. When urinary disorders set In. Women's lot is a weary one. iDoon'a KMney Pills are for weak kidneys. -Have proved thslr worth in thou sands of oases. Read this woman's testimony. Mrs. C. E. Hotchklss, 404 N. 15th St, Corvallls, Ore., says: "I can recom mend Doan's Kidney Pills from ex perience aa I have used them with ben efit when my kidneys troubled me. I often had dull backaches and felt tired and run down and my kidneys didn't act right I used Doan's Kidney Plus and they soon corrected the trouble, relieving the backaches and putting my kidneya In good order." Price 60-1. at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pil'.s the same that Mrs. HotckltiBH had. Foster-MUburn Co.. Mfrs., Buffalo, N. T. ,aa aay or June, l22, at the hour of tm - natrviu XI. JaTC- UOWwIL fl. Orln Jafr.rmnat -b wr t and Arthnr TVI .."' 1 "' ) - w " vrauuvii k " - i w bun annu va m. in xne Nam of tht 8tet of Orean: vcioct- A- M. ef M14 4r t th offlc A . m-mm tV . . a . . . 'tMnv It Ta1.J. f r a. a. nuntlff ta hoT ntXtM milt now on mm in in. AfriM vf r Clerk nf IaZZ,)- nZ."J- La r- urBjon, on or before the day named In the order iur puDiicanon or tnu summons, mads ty tha RonniiaMa ynha a ' ""com county, whlrt GUAROIAN'8 SALE OF REAL PROPERTY 'PR y At- ' : -: von FTfi"' 'i war : No. , I lt'21., want of I -i) r.d Interost -"V, 1!22. rrl'i 1 No. ail. NOTICE 19 HERBbY GIVEN, that -by virtue and in pursuance of an Order nf tlhn .Minlv te Unnnln iVtlin. ty, State of Oregon, sitting In probate. made and entered of record in saw court on the 1st day of May, 1932, in the Matter of the Guardianship of the person and estate or Arvol Hanson, a minor, authorizing and licensing the undersigned, Slbert Hanson, aa guard ian of the person and estate of said minor, to soil the real property here inafter described, of said ward, at private sale for cash. In the manner prescribed by law, the said guardian will, on and after Saturday, the Sd day of June, 1!22, at the hour of ten o'clock A. M. at the law office of G. B. Mc Cluskoy. In Tolodo, Lincoln County, OroRcn, prot'eod to sell the said real property of sold ward, hereinafter described, at prM'r.to salo to the high est bidder for rash, In the manner pro ivldod by law, sulijoot to confirmation Ibv sa'd Cnnrtv Court; said reel prop- uru ucun .i. 4- ii.ioI as follows, to-wit; An undivided oi-fourth (14) Inter est In and to tho following: iri.' 1. 1. " ..iM 4 and the NW4 of thA NDVj, of p.-v 30 except 21 acre wH. In troTi.il in II South of Range 10 West 'r t v.'; Magnet fa Meridian, l.-n c'l) ' u .:, Oregon, .) :TK(n, this 2d day ' T HANBON. --imi and estata n nilnoT. 11-it :. , n: :-. . vf-. EDITORS .i f . r-.---:' .- r. i -i of the Ststs of Orcjor ior Lincoln County Ir iv.s V.u er rT thu Estate Of John XV. W.ilfc- r, dn.-eii-wd. V"""'- w I'l'.KBY OIVI5N that rations now on ftia. m tv. r- . Clerk's offlee at Toledo, Oregon. jui diqs 10 ts on forms furnished ly the Countv Clark ana m.vt K. .u. banled by a certified eheck to the amount of five per sent (6 percent) et ths amount bid, payable to Llnoolm County. Checks or nnseoceseful bid ders will be returned immediately. Cheeks of successful bMriara win w retained until contract is executed and uona approved. All bids to be In ac cordance with tha Icrtlons on Ills In ths County Clerk. vuivo man must oe riled with the County Clerk at Toledo, Oregon, on or before 10 o'clock a. m., on Wednes day, June 7th. Plans and specifica tions may be seen at the office of ths Countv Clark, nr mav h. t.v.n ;hs Clerk's office for five days upon depositing with the Clerk the sum of w.uu io insure uie return thereof. The final awarding of this contract to be AmniAA I... ttU ia.a u, . . bond Issue to b voted on May 15U. iiz is autnonsea by the people. Th Court resarvaa tha H-ht tn ma'N..a 'or all bids. Dated this 11th day vt May, 1IJX CARL GlLDERSrLBSVB, Ormntv Clsrk. lt-A SUMMONS In she Creilt Court ef ths State ef Orsten fer Llsaeln Oeunty W. C. Foster, Plaintiff, vs. L. V. ScTngarln n.aia v r .. a, hquqw. all. O. Orlo Jefferson, B. W. Jones, . wiui f ura, urenuanis. - ooiaw w bcl. lho rtxu prop -i-o u. at, Boroggln. Harold R Mte-rr,T "eionging to said estate, I win OWstt fl fV-l t.a.. . i . m minmnra th.aaia ..a .M. NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX'S SALE OF REAL PROPERTY NOTICE 13 HERBBT GIVEN, thai the undersigned, exscatrlx of the Os tate of Oust Olson, deceased, will by Virtue of an ordar nf aala tul ,.A. and entered of record in the County Court of Lincoln County, Oregon, on the 1st dSV Of Uav. lt anthnrlaln and licensing th undersigned execs- irix or sata estate to sell the real prop- ,an answer ths oomnlalnt nf h. Pny, in Tolsdo, Lincoln County. Ore. is above entitled suit nowiBon ottvr f mLle private sale, to mo nignssi Diaaer, tne rouowlng des cribed reiki estats benrlna- fn aaibl estate, to wit: Beginning at a point on section line that is 32 feet south of sect tens 7, S, u inia Lincoln Cunty, which ' la "n'mp n sotui or range iq u uruor ana urn ror answennr WBm wiuamewe steriuian, Llnoolsj said StUnmonji am haMh it!onntr. Orinrnn. rn nnin w ih.n. mm mumwvrtuf eaia SUmmonjl ant hanahv mmSmwmm to-wit: On or before sis weeks from TJ? . r iAt 01 a Br,t Publication thereof. And von ar hnmhv nnntimA that if ran fall tn anna. ..a - - w -,k uiu ainvwer the convplalnt as bsreln required. P"ln,tu' U apply to the above en titled Court for the relief demanded in his complaint, namely: for a ds- OreS Of said rnnrt thmt Wl.f.tiaa. m. to the ollowing described real prop erty, to-wit: The Southeast Quarter of northaaat County, Oregon, running thsnce east 30 feet, thence north to C. A E. R. R. Co. thancn nnrt.hwA.tnrlv alnna n n right of way to where it intersects the section line thence south on sec tion line to place of beginning. Beginning at a point 234 feet soots, of the corner to sections 7, 8, 17, It township 11 south nane 10 west of WtlkumattA Ifaridlvn mnnln IhaaM i south 40 degrses 45 minutes west 116S mm iu uepm oiovgu, mence aown me slough to corner of Tolodo Mill lots. wuuiawi qasner oi northeast ' "'""a" w CTirn.r or loioao nui lou. nna-f..- k v. v . . a . ' .1. a., i . . . . , . . . wi i uriu uau or southeast I """-w iuwwiui us une oi sain lots quarter, and lot seven In section thlr-l0 t0 sotlon Une, between sections tT nfl l . . . ' 1 1 m. 4. 1 . A . - " ' f a .n aouui or range- 1 UU'B iwwnauiy uiu rausa. nine WSaf nf tha lXT1t1,. aa thar. nm rLnntl, m a.tnn n in LtnAnln PnMHl .a in halnnl.. .1 - ..IJ A. -wwwm., Liaiq ui uregon. ... owu uu vaiia; tnai you, the Bald aitidants, and each of you, hae no ri.Tut. title or Intaraat khi,. i. or to ftd lands or any part thenfef, -fi ui.i. any ana an claims that y-u 'Qay claim rualnst said Ibu.H Is wronaful anil wlthnna H.h ...... ever; that you the said defendants be forever barred and enjoined from as serting anv claim hai i- to said lands, or any part thereof, ad- Torse 10 piamtlir, 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 atx rnnacwtif Iva a. a ....... , - u auuuu.airo .weeks beginning with the issue of iru om, iDzt, under and pursuant 'to the direction. pari.Iii.j i - iu au ur- der made bv the HunmaM. n nr James, County Judee of Lincoln County, Oregon, which said order is on uaioa uis asm day or AprH 1922. Q. n Mrrin.b.u a. for Plaintiff. P. n AAA... ria. Oregon. Date of 1st publlcrtioa, April 28th, 1922. Date of laat miMln.iinn aiu 1921. ' """" NOTICE TO rnrniTnoo In ths County Court of the State of Oraaan fn I lai. In thfl Matter of the Est&te of Wil liam Han, deceased. NOTICE IS Hmnrotv rarvxrw .i... i v. . u. . , b.ia l the undersigned was appointed execu- . vsve.iv Ui V UilHUJ 1-111, Qf I .AJVUi At , reaiwd by tha County Court of Lincoln xio Toledo. ws.s,,, u.cguu, ana dm quAiinea. I rractionaj uiocK 4 in BixLh Addition All DAmnnii httinr u. bhi.'a Tikari na.A. I- VIMIUJBJ aAiUb I wv vvxvav, paid estate are hereby notified to prs-1 Block 3 In Seventh Addition to To. " wo saime, properly verified as leao. of beginning, except li acres sold to me tuy oi loieao, uregon. Beginning at southwest corner of lot 1 in Jnnna A- RalthaaHa AAAIHnn tn TVv. ledo, run thence southeasterly to Una between John Graham a and J. T. Vin cent Homestends, running thence along said 11ns in weoterly direction to the east side of CiMiorlne Street, uience nortnoasteny along Catherine Street to place of beginning. Bast half nf nnrthnaat niinHap nf section 1 Township 11 south oc range 11 west of Willamette Meridian, la Lincoln County, Oregon. North XL nf anllthauiat niiavtni. nf southeast quarter In aeotloa 24 town shlD 11 south ranra 11 west nf Wllkm. ette Meridian. IvIet east nf TVrhv Slough. Lot 7 block 1 In tha r.ltv nf Tnkuln Oregon. Block S in the City of Toledo, Ors Lot 11 In block K In SVnirlh mAAUm-m to ths Town of Toledo, Oregon. Wast half nf r alv In Rlb- mrw rourth Addition to Toledo. Lou 7, 10, 8 block 16 Fourth Addl. tlon to Toledo. Wst half of lot 6, block 13 Fourtk Addition to Toledo. Lot 1 ft north 10 feet of lot 8 block 14 In Fourth Addition to Toiedo. Lots 7 ft 8 in block 18 Fourth Addi tion to Toledo. Lots 3, 14, 18 block 23 Fourth Addi tion to Toledo. Lot 4 blnnk 3 Sixth AAAUinr, i rw fedo. Lota 1. 1, 8, , block S Sixth Additioa v.. : k::. t'-l "A v fcr 3.t C'HIi-t is tn I'O " Cr-lM ' - :t on or 25lli, tliiy oi April, i!'-'-All iM-rpotis In r-'-l fii;u.' r. 1 s -r ilic!r '(! i ' P ' . nt nv i c-rl I l" illlit'. ii i).- '1 i . -' i. 1" ." 1 ppolnted adrbln ; r it John W. mi. on th- SSiw lw:s quallfifi. I v.ikt . lntms ar.lnpl ' n.'.!ld li lire 's h me duly verl-1 Widport, l.ln Uilii six mc.iths; , ;iM!-'.ition of tills , i .l.cd (Ms . laiurau mm y law required, to the undersigned at vu onice or o. a. McCluskey, la Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, with in six month from the date hereof. Dated and first nnhtlahs ihi. ith If.v of May, 1922. 4KNJAM!' FRANK HALL, Ktiicutor of the IV.iafo nf William HtM, deceased. ii,t 'V -r.7rFT, ' "ito of .'olin J? f.t NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT In the County Court of the 8tate of Oreqon fop Lincoln County In the Mattar nf tha Vmtmtm f i-iu l. Paxton. deronsd. NOTiCE IS HRinir.nv nivmM th.t :ho undBrs1-nd, executrix of the es l.t.i of .lulla I. Saxton, deceaoed, has filiid In the County Court of Lincoln bounty, stato of Or'Kton, lirr final an- (.ft Alll-ll U'n.al r;, nf ai,l AM... i-uil tl.Hi Mo:iU.iy, tli ftlh day of June, j Olson, deceased. Lot S block B In Savanth AdiliiUin Toledo. Lots 1 ft 2 block 1 Jnnoa A R.llha.la Addition to Toledo. Ijot 9 block 2 Joni Ftrn ' '.'"'in to Toledo. l)t 1, S, S, 4. ii!,,,-!; .: ":,J Adiiitlon to lil 1 block B Ji.f. L'ml '... 0 Toledo. Lot 1 block 1 Ynqtilna HciRhti. Lot 4 block 4 Yniiuina Heitlits. lot 6 block 14 Otter Rock Lot 1 block 1ft Jnnoa K',.1,i- aa dition to Otter Rock. TERMS OF SALE: At least onn halt cash, balance credit. Dated at Toledo, Oregon, this 1st day of May. 1921. SARA CRATIKV. r.iecutrix or the Estate of 11-6