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TOLEDO. LINCOLN COUNTY. OREGON. FRIDAY. JULY 8th, 1921.
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Methodist Episcopal Church was held
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at Siletz, Saturday and Sunday by
Supt. Dr. Bradford, who preached an
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a wii ouu ciuij uvui ui iau n 11
humor, pathos and logic The Dr.;
Master. After Church was over the .
congregation repaired to the Chalcraft
park where a nice luncheon was served
with Ice cream. The day was fine and !
in tile cool shady grove with a' carpet ; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hogvohl and three
of green, everyone enjoyed themselves littlo daughters arrived in Nashville
to the utmost. It was a great outing, via auto from Klamalh Falls Friday, j
Dr. Bradford Ie one of our best The Hogvohls, who are former resi
preachers. He found Hie church in dents of this place, will make their
fine condition socially, sp!r''ually and home here, having purchased the cot-'
financially. All Ia!n.s were, provided tage formerly owned by ".he Nashville
for and the Sunday School and oilier Creamery Akt-u. J
Church activities in fine condition and The following party from the Big-1
prosperous. M. S. Collins was elect d low Doane Mill niolorid to Newport
a trustee to fill the vauiaey.cau&ad by the Second returning Wednesday Mr.
the resignation of .Ice Cti'rn. The and r.'rs. r'ar:ar.J and children, Mr.
Church property is in h-.m sl.upo and end Mrs. Goose and baby, Mi and
worth about 55 000. Mis. Blglow uu 1 son, Mr. Biglow, Sr.,
A' large number of our citizens at- and Mrs. Stcrment. !
tended the three days Fourth of July Mr. and M-rs. Hinshaw, Mr. and
celebration at Newport. The weather Mrs. A. F. Eriglin and Vern Martin
was fine and the City by the Sea was made up another party tha. motored to
decorated with flags, bunting an 1 ever- Newport for the Fourth,
uremia, presenting a most beautiful Mrs. N. G. Harris and children
appearance. Front Street and The were down fom Cain's Monday after
Abbey were the center of attractions noon.
and looked very beautiful in the even- Prof, and Mrs. Crowley, Mrs. Crow-,
ing when the hotel war. ilumlnated ley's nic'her, Mrs. Hinshaw and Char
mith a hundred electric lights. The ley Hamar spent the Fourth at New
committee of which Dr. W. M. Berry port, driving down in Prof. Crowley's
was chairman had taken great pains car.
preparing a program which wsb care- Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Davis and daugh
rully carried out with the exception ters, the Misses Mary and Goldie, son
of the hydropbne, which did not come Vay, and Vance CILne spent the Fourth
en account ojt an accident which befell at Summit.
it just as it was preparing to start on A number of young people from here
the trip Saturday, caused by something went to Norton? for the dance Monday
la Its machinery. Some five thousand night.
people were at Newport during the Among thoce who took advantage of
celebra'lon. Special mention should tha 3. P. excursion to Newport for the
be made of the Indian Feather Dances Fourth were, Abe and R. Sievens, Mr.
that were put on. This dance seemed nnd Mr3. Vern Giuesing, Mrs. Gus
to attract more a tcntlon than any Winhltr and Louie and Tommy Wink
other thing at the celebration. The ltr.
fiance itself is by the old people W. H. Mar'in purchased three cows
dressed in their ancient costur.us and a: the Jersey tale at Toledo July 1.
jjoing through the tame fonn of danc- Mr. and Mru. Lou Hamar and child
ing as their fi'.hers did a hundred rea arrived in Nashville Tuesday from
years ago. Some of ihe songs are sad Portland, for a visit with relatives
as when chanting and singing for their here.
dead friends that aave paosed away Mrs. Martha Officer and baby of
years ago and other songs thanking Portland were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
the Great Spirit for his gotdn?es and Otie Hamar and other friends last
etill otiiers are sung when they dig up week.
the scalping knit's and the tomahawk A jolly crowd of Nashville people
n4 go on the warpath. These dances drove up to the lake Thursday evening
will soon pass swsy never to rc urn. to:- e few hours fishing.
Tlie Indian himself Is rapidly passing Delbert Ewuig returned Thursday
mway and whatever is to keep in from a vacation with home folks at
history, traditions, customs or le- South Beach.
gends should be put in permanent E. S. Lister was a guest at a fani-
form in books and writings. The ball ily dinner at the Nash ranch July 4ih.
Came on Sunday between the Albany The Misses Mary and Goldie Davis
nd Newport teams was of special in- are here from Portland for a visit
terest. A clean gama well played, with home folks.
The score stood 3 for Newport and 0 Earl Davis and Fred Hughes have
for Albany. The Harbor Parade was returned to Albany after a week's visit
greatly enjoyed. The Newport band with relatives here.
furnished the niuslc. Monday was the Darwin Nash was down from .the
best day of the celebration. The sing- ranch Thursday.
irg and band concert In the city park Francis Cummins went to Yaquina
"were greatly enjoyed. The oration of to spend the 4th with his father and
Mr. Boozer, eloquent and patriotic, a sister, who are living there.
fitting address for the day and time. Messrs. Stanton, Milem, Linn Frary
John Williams dressed in his chiefly and Hcgvohl made a flying trip to To-
costumes made a very Interesting talk lodo and return Thursday.
that was much appreciated. The races Miss Loretta Milem, who has been
and water sports on Newport and visiting her grandfather here, has re-
Hy beaches were enjoyed by hund- turned to her home in Portland.
reds of people. The breeches-buoy Mrs. H. L. Johnson and children
drill attracted much attention and was from the Steer Creek community, left
seen by hundreds of Joy seekers sitting Thursday for Salem, where they will
on the soft green grass or strolling on pick loganberries.
the beaches. In the evenfhg the Mr. Frank and Luther Ray came In
wrestling match Ireld in the Rodand from Falls City for a visit with their
Jun Club building between Paul Amort parents.
of Portland and Charles Miller of Arthur Barnes rode out home Mon
Llncoln County was a real contest for day for a days visit with home folks.
the championship of the Northwest. 3
The besit two out of three was won by ' . . . DADI
Mr. Miller. This was a clean scien- AKUAUIA rAKIv
tiflc contest between two splendid ' CELEBRATION
young men almost faultless In their 1 .
physical development and skill in 1 July th dawned with a bright and
wrestling. The county should be very glorious sun and arrangements wore
proud of Mr. Miller. He Is now the completed for a celebration at Arcadia
champion wrestler of the Northwest. Park which is located near th8 fall3
Mr. Amort said he won the distinction and mineral springs of Ecman Creek
honestly and that he was the best man two miles eat of Waldport. The peo
he had ever wrestled with. Lieutenant P'e of the community as well as some
Patterson was thG referee. The com- from Waldport and Bayview, number
mlttee did the best It could to have "S about ona hundred In all began to
everything go off satisfactorily. It gather at this beautiful place at ten
a mnii mnttpr tn An it teemed o'clock and at eleven ahort and very
to your scribe that Dr Berry and Will
Emery had much of the work to do.
a . . . , cream, oranges, candy, etc., was en
Mrs. Van Hoeter and part of her joye1 b a
family came down from Portland to ln the aft;,,noon time was spent ln
spend her vacation at the beach. root race iack races ,iug of wari
Adelbert Ewing came down from Ql)d c)oged b an address by R2V. u T.
Nashville to Bpend a few days with Powell The pc0plo then departed ln
his parents. tlleir cnrs anQ wagon8 for their home
Mr. Peterson returned home Tues- feelln tllat they nad participated in
day evening. ono cf the best celebrations ever held
The Fourth was spent very quietly!
in this neighborhood. A number of
the people went to Hrvrlau. I
Mrs. J. W. Davenpcrt returned from j
tha Valley Sunday, where she was
celled on business. She also spent, a
few day3 with her brother, Mr. Ben-
nett, at Marion.
Mrs. W. R. Moore tnd grandson,
Everett, and Mrs. J. K. Wheeler, spent
lost Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Eutcn j
John Davenpcrt came home from j
Toledo sr.tureay, wnere no nau ueeu
employod on the highway. He was
accompanied by his brother ln law,
Jcsbo and Ray Martin.
Mr. and Mi3. R. T. Moore r.ud chil-;
in, from McMinnvllle. Sun -
day to spend tlie Fourth with Mr.
! Mrs. T. T.. Rnhnnnnn rAtnrnait trtvm
irn-.. i... r-. i
'ri Jri m Vi, n . .
Clarke Rllllcr of Big Elk, DPent a fow
d , . . , . jf
, aaJL ,1 o n' -,
dinner guests of Nathan WaWe Sun- '
M'r an(J Mrs c w Browu and
sr.i - Lett' spent ,ast week
"vely program was rendered. At noon
:the hadks prepared a feast that I'll
venture iu Eay uiiniu. ira wm uwuc uj
any community. Tha generous amount
ifo good things to eat including Ice
In this community and all will remem
ber the little park on Ecman Creek..
One Who Was -There.
I.O. O. F. INSTALLATION
Toledo Lodge No. 108, I. O. 0. F.
and Do Good Rebekah Lodge No. 70,
will hold joint insinuation, at Odd Fel
low's Hall Saturday Evening, July
9th, 1921. All members of both orders
are cordially invited.
We the members of the Ladles Aid
Society wIbIi to thank Mr. Cooler for
'his kindness ln suggesting and aiding
, the ladles of the M. E. Church at the
dinner given June 30th for which we
! are very grateful.
j Elma Waugh, Pres
TOLEDO BOYS HOME FROM FORT RTTVENE
(By ihe Leader Staff Artist)
The Lincoln County Jersey Cattle
Club was organized at the Chamber oi
Commerce roo:i;a July 1st, the follow
Ins officers being elected: L. A. Hul
bert, Toledo, president; V. D. Graves,
vt.j-pitsient; W. W. McMIckle, Sec
Tl.o consignment Bale of pureDreu
Jerseys offered in the afternoon was
under the ausrices of the newly or
ganized Jcrsoy Cattle Club. The Jer
seys are the predominating breed of
dairy cattle in Lincoln County and an
effort will he made by the newly or
ganized club to furfheV advance the
interests of this breed In tho county.
L. A. Hulbert, president of the new
organization, has l';ng been Identified
with this breed, h.'s uncle, Mark Hul
bert, having bred the noted old bull,
Golden Glow'B C';ilf. Mr. Hulb'rt
has recently purchi -,ed Oonan's Golden
Chief, a son of Golden Glow's Chief.
Following is a lltt of cows sold, their
purchase! s and the prlco they brought.
"Or.-grn's Pacific Star," W. R. Tin
"Angelo'y ColJy," J. W. Rogers,
"Goldy's Nancy,!" W. H. Martin,
"Nellie Y.," W. H.
"Holger's Nellie Y
.," E. E. Colvin,
"Noble's Lady Y.," Jno. Rooth, $125.
"Holger's Noble Lady," H. Han:;en,
"Aurora Cherry Blossom," W. " H.
"Holger'j Starry Twilight," L. A.
"Pride's Belle of Cfregon," J. H.
"Pride's Holger Boy," Olalla Bull
"La Belle's Oxford Lads Lady," L.
A. Hulbert, $100.
"Duchess Frpnces Counteos," A. L.
"Princess Duchess," J. E. Cooter,
"Miss Hazel Olga Pogls," C. W.
"Unnamed Heifer," Chas. Miller,
"Golden Chief's Bonny," Ted McEI
"Unnamed Heifer," J. W. Rogers,
"Chief's Merry Olga," Chas. Miller,
"Unnamed Heifer," L. A. Hulbert,
"Unnamed Heifer," C. W. Brash,
"Golden Chief's Peggy," W. W. Mc
COST OF DISCOVERING
Documents found in tho archives of
Genca are said to ehew that ihe dis -
covery or America cost only a
the two captains who accompanied hiin
a yearly salary of $200 each, while the
members of the crew were paid at the
ra.e of $2.50 a month.
Sunday School Sunday at ten a. m.
No preaching Sunday morning as
Rev. Cain will bo at Eddyvillo.
Epworth League at Baven o'clock.
Mrs. Rose Gwynn will be the leader,
more than $7000 These documents for tl)e maln event Ti,e prciiminariea lure his milk Into cheese. Mr. Craw
give the value of the first fleet of 'will al:jo be arraJ1Rea by thls commH:'- ford hag a fine farm and a large herd
(.olumbus as $3000. Columbus him-tPe. The committee; W. K. Patterson, of dairy cows.
self was paid a salary of $300 a ysosv, ain,i,0,. nnA i n vviu,UQn t,.
Our meetings ara quite interesting. Ah. Hayden, Adjutant W. K. Patterson,
large number enjoyed the duetj by vice-Commander, Ed. S!orker, C. L.
Nadlne Hamar and Jewel Patterson Glldersleeve, J. T. Gather, H. W.
last Sunday evening. Campbell, C. F. Lockwood, H. Kynils-
Dist. Superintendent. D. S. Danfordhon, B. F. Updike, L. B. Wiswcll, C.
was with us last Sunday evening. "As ltristlln, G. Jacobson, N. W. Miller,
urnu iuiun.mil, su lie in, wu-s inw ibal
used. If we who are a part of the
most wonderful country known to man
fall beeausa of our evil and sinful
thoughts, the world is lost. "As goes
I America, so goea the World." Amer
Uca Is the beacon light of the world.
Our thoughts determine our destiny,
because we become like our thoughts.
Let us turn our thoughts toward the
higher planes of living. A large num
ber were Inspired by this text and
many Jewels wore gleaned.
The Ladies Aid Society met with -
m nDir io T..j.n r.rn .
;the 'ensuing year were elected as fol -
lows: Mrs. Al Waugh, president, re -
elected, Mrs. S. Strattcn, vice-presi
dent, Mrs. Bock, secy., Mrs. JacV
Bellany, treamre-r, reVIectet'i Tlie
Ladies Aid wishes to thank the public
for tlieir patronage at the dinner that
was served last week.
j Mid-week prayer meeting every
(Thursday evenin3 at eight o'clock.
Chas. Miller, who lives en a lunch
near his city, won . the wi-cstling
match at Newport July 4th, where he
was matched against Paul Amort, Pa
cific Northwest Champion at 175 lbs.
Fourteen minutes were required for
tho first fall, which was won by Amort.
Miller wen -'he next two falls, the first
I of which lequirod 13 minutes and the ,
uiiru iu m.nuies. w. iv. rauerson or
mis city aetea as rereree.
The match was very Interesting
from a spectator's standpoint and nil
present sure got their mensy's wcrlh.
Quite a crowd from Tolrdo attended.
This givet Mlllor tho Northwest
Monday morning the enrs of J. H.
(Loon-is who lives on upper Olalla,
and T. J. Casey of Newport, collided
head cn, about a half mile out of Mr. Starr cut his foot with an axe
town on ihe Corva.lli3 road. Mr. lend blood poisoning developed.
loms was driving a Ford rcadsterj , h. -,,,1 f. rlviltlren nr.
and Mr. Casey, who operates the Now-
port-(.'orvall!s stage, was driving a
Studebaker Big-Six. The Ford escaped
with but slight Injury, and was able
to proceed on Its way to Newport. bu-
the Studelip.ksr wi:: pretty badly ; iL. C. Mower was over from the
stove up. The front axle was sprung. Agency yesterday In tho interests of
the fender bent, the steering gear the Siletz Valley Cheese Factory. The
damaged, and the head light broken, plant will soon be ready for operation,
Mr. Casey turned around and btarteu , which will mean much to the dair Jmen
back- to towq for repairs, and when . ot the Silptz.
making the turn at the N. H. Slier-; p r. Wilson wt down from Chit
wood pfce the steering gear failed to W0Q(1 yealeri?,y ,lavln3 f,lv uJu,-ed fin-
j ""j" , T " . .
irin Ha anil nJlnfl A ntin i Vi a turontiiJ m
grade and rolled down the twenty-five
Mr. Casey stayed
with the car, and fortunately escaped wutclinu.n v.;th eight hour shifts each,
flive. altlio he suffered a broken bone
In his hand. The top and wlndsluola Miles Jones of Roseburg arrived in
were broken off, fenders ben. and the 'Toledo last Saturday evening for a
ir badly racked by this latter accl- visit with his old friend, George An
dent. .drews. Mr. Jones drove up in his car.
Roy Fuller took the tractor and a He and Mr. Andrews spent the first
blr.ek and tackle and pulled the ma- of the week fishing on the Silotz.
chine back into the road, and It is Some thirty-two Toledo! tes cele
now In the Peterson garage awaiting brated the Fourth with a picnic din-
'cl-'air3' ncr near Euchre Creek, on the Silotz.
0 ; Several championship horseshoe con
Alden Abbey Post No. 54, met last By special arrangements, wo re
night at tlie Court Houi'O. initiated ceived a number of pictures of the
four new members and disposed of big fight, held at Jersey City last Sat
Oiher. business. Carl Bristlin. Toledo; urday, for publication In this Issue,
Gust Jacobson, Elk City; Nels W. Mil- but through an accident all but one
It Pioneer: and EJwin K. Jacobs, were destroyed.
Pioneer, took the obligation and ww ' w R Peterson re
made the newest members of f.is Por I t . . 1 . , ' .,,., ,....,, ,n,ni
Upon motion the Chair appointed a ceived vrord last evening ta their
committee of l;hrec to arrange for a 1nI' fK"s,K,n rd'n
Smoker to be held at Toledo In the c 1 8f f "glneer on he , U. b , h. Reno
near future with wrestling and boxing !Uich ' ln "e BreTiH n-fi w
as the features, and an attempt will Teira- to expoct hi" arriV'1' 1,er0
be made to secure a match between soon-
Chas. Miller of Toledo, chp.mplon o." A. C. Crawford of Lower Farm' ro
th Pnr'IfW. Mri-tliiL'out 1 1 7 Ilia 1 nti.H .ntlv nnrrlmkinil mtlltnptent fttr a
, ,.aul Amort Portland principals of
. Irt hnnrtn nr .111 v mntfli nt iVQVvnnt-r
The Post voted to try and attend
Vacliats in a body July 20-30 and have
a meeting there, as many of the pres
ent members are from the couth part
of the county If nothing intervenes
all who can will go. Notices will be
ir.W!led to members who will then
notify the adjutant if they will go in
cider that arrangements can be made
for their transportation
i Those nresent wero Commander K.
hi k. JaCODs.
(19) For sale at 50 cents on the dol- lw lived in Waldport about 20
lar. My beautiful 9-room bungalow years and has become spokesman for
and V2 acre of ground at Siletz. Large the southern end of Lincoln county,
wood-shed and garage. All kinds of He is physician, druggist, legal ad
bearing fruit trees and berries. Hum yijPT Justice of the peace and on au
dreds of dahlias, roses and all kinds tllor. nna ,laa bet'n niuyor T"y tin'ef'
of scrubs and shade trees, etc. ThhvlBh nnd pan,e war(len and nonstable
ui.o. hunt . .r, i i and has held numerous other oflices.
each and every foot of lumber used
was carefully selected by myself and
1 consisted of No. 1 clear yellow fir
! withm.t i,nt i,nntkni. i .u. ...
;tlre building. The building Is insured
1 for $2,500.00 and is valued at $5,000.
The flround la worth $2,000.00 at least.:
If sold within the next 30 days I will
let it all go for only a few dollars
more than the place Is Insured for,
and give some terms. No trade,
See my agent, Ira Wade, at Toledo,
or call on the ownr at Siletz, Ore.
IM - S. Collins.
NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF
Regular Tuesday evening drills will
be resumed now that .the summer en
campment Is over. Word was received
late last Tuesday that the Toledo pla
toou would be able to drill regularly
and word was passed around that
evening but of course all members
were not reached In time for that
evening's drill eleven men only being
present Let's all work for 3rd Com
pany first for our next encampment.
Wa made a good reputation at Fort
Stevens lot's Improve on jt.
One of the Non-Coms.
Miss Aline Altree Eav;rely Injured
1-ir hack in a fall received while ek.it.
ing at the Newport rink July 4th.
.;le was iicclder.tclly tripped and fell,
several ethers falling on'her. Sha was
ltndered unconscicus and remained
in that state for several hours, it was
thought tor a time that her back had
'en I roken. Lato reports indicate
that this was not true, but that her
BDlue was badly hurt. However, the
dec-tors believe thut she will fully re
AT THE MOVIES
TnmsuT AKin S.&TIIRDAV AN
Extra Good 8.Ree, show. Hara'd
u d , one of thooe 2.reel $100,000
,mdi.. r.t.ntal Kids' Kids." Also
the C-reel drama
The Volcano." You
will like this show.
change of program.
35c. and 15c.
night only) A
Full line of graniteware at Calvin's.
Harry MobercU of Albany, travel
ing salesman, vas transacting busi
ness with our merchrr.ts this week.
L. M. S.arr is again ablo to bo out
after being confined to his home the
past six weeks with un injured foot
rived down from Portland for a visit
with Mrs. Hounds uncle, J. W. Robert
son, ar.J family. They will occupy
tho Holem place this summer.
'ger attended to. Mr. Wilson iniornv
!.,i,,n , th tunnel, three
no tiin.t tno :s I in rptpriLiv inn
tests were pulled oft during the after
noon. cheese factory which he will Install
nn h u n nin "nn nrtw.pfrl in liUtnttrTlt!-
A marriage license wns Issued Wed'
rnesday to Nicholas Sten.ple, 60, and
Mary Selakovlch, 39. Coui.ty Judge
John Fogarty performed tho marriage
ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Stemple will
- ple can
y ...;.. , ' ..'., ui0 eair.
make their home on the John Alberts
completo a house on his place near
There will be a lecture given at the
Odd Fellows' Hall, Sunday evening,
Julv 10th at 7:30. on the subject-
"God's Answer to Man's Distress" by
B. E. Schaffner. Thursday evening,
July 14ht he w 111 speak on "Is the Bible
Inspired? or Can We Rely on the Old
Guide-book?" Everybody welcome. A
jnegsago for you.
Dr. C. B. Linton, the sago of Wald-
'port, Is In Portland for a few days.
He 19 al?? vresmmu oi n uou.u m
,r'"1'' lnj,ls citv- lle has written two
lmok3 of romance, one a collection
of short stories, some of which have
Oregon settings Just now he Is at
. Imperial with a broken arm.
(21) FOR SALE Beautiful home
under construction. Big porches over-
looking bay. Six lots, each 50 x 100
good soil; near high school; $2200.00
cah if taken at once. .$2500.00 and
term. Enquire F. E. Schmidt, (Log
Cabin), Toledo, Oregon.
CAR OF FRUIT
A car of fruits and vegetables Is
due to arrive this week by frioght for
distribution among tho Toledo and
The car Is being sent ln 'iy the
Lyons Fruit Company or Portland and
is the first shipment, of this kind ever
brought to this place. The car will
be iced and will contain nil kinds ot
fruits and vegetables now in the mar
ket. Each merchant will thus be ahln
to have a complete stock of nice fresh
fruits and vegetables.
WATER PERMITS SECURED
During the months of Acr'l, May
and June, tho followin;: hr.ve set ured
permits from Slate Engineer P. r'V A.
Cupper, for water rights in this county
To V. I. Jones, of Harlar, envt-ring
the npprcpriation of water froi:: an
unknown spring, for domestic water
To I. J. Pep-n, r.f nutwood, cover
ing ihe appropriation of water from
Crystal Creek and Uributories, and
from Hamar L'ake and tributaries, for
domestic use, irrigation of a two acre
tract, and for water supply for a trout
faim. The construction work under
this penult is expected -io cost approx
To Mrs. Helen B. Sparks, of Eddy
villo, covering the appropriation of
water from a spring for domestic
To S. T. Loudon, of Etltlyville, cov
ering the appropriation of water from
a spring for domestic supply.
OUT ON BAIL
n. W. Cooley, connected with the
Halsey bank robbery, was rtleaseo,
yesterday on bail of $1500. Gene Tor
torn, of Corvallls, and M. W. Small,
of Elk City were his bondsmen. Irvine
Wright was also released upon fur
nishing $1300 bond. Corvullis Gazette
Times. CATHOLIC CHURCH
Next Sunday, July the 12th, Services
at Siletz ut 9:30 o'clock Sunday school
and at 10 o'clock Muss nnd Sermon.
Meeting ot the ladies aili r Service.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Lincoln
In the Matter of tlie Estate of A. N.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, Albert A. Lowe, Executor
of the Estate of A. N Lowe, Deceased,
lias filed his Final Account with the
County Clerk of Lincoln County, Ore
gon at Toledo. All persons having
objections to the allowance of said
Account must file the sumo wilhin
4 weeks from the first publication of.
Date of first publication, July 8, 1921.
Date of last publication Aug. 5, 1921.
Albert A. Lowe, Executor.
In the Matter of the Estate of John
1. Itutterflold, Deceased.
Nciticp If htireby glvenl that the
undersigned has been duly appointed
by the County Court of Lincoln County
Oregon, administratrix of the Estate of
"John I- Iiutterfleld, Deceased, and has
duly qualified. All persons having
claims against said estate are hereby
notified to present tho samp to me at
the law office of G. B. MoClunkey, in
Toledo, Oregon, properly verified,
within six months from the date of
firs! publication of this notice.
Dated and first published July 8,
8arah J. Burterfield,
Administratrix of the Estate of John
I. Butterfleld, Deceased.
(19) FOR SALE 240 ACRES the
best of river bottom soil, about So.
acres In crops, small box house and
fine large barn, 60 ft., well fenced.
Also 45 head best Durham cattle, all
kinds of farm and hay tools. Price
reasonable come and see. Six miles
below Agency. C. F. Anderson.