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LINCOLN CD'. rJTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON, FRIDAY. APRIL 21st, 1922.
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lustre. The trouble is with your liver. Take
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
will correct that. Then avoid meats, hot bread
and hot cakes, take frequent baths and a long walk
every day, and you will soon be as well and as
beautiful as ever. Price 25 cents per bottle.
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The White Comer Store
We have the best line of dishes A full stock of groceries
And can serve you best with, all Iine3 of merchandise 1
WE WANT YOUR PATRONAGE
R. S, VAN CLE VE
DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
4 Interest Paid on
Time and Savings Deposit!
C. E. HAWKINS, President
C. 0. HAWKINS, Vice President
J. B. BOOTH, Cashier
A. E. HAWKINS, Asst. Cashier
The Peoples Meat Market
S. R. ANDERSON, Proprietor
FRESH AND CURED MEATS FISH AND POULTRY
MAIL AND PHONE ORDERS WILL RECEIVE
TOLEDO, Hdqrs. for Ground Bone. OREGON
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WHOLESALE A 3ETAIL
DRESSED & CURED MEATS
FISH IN SEASON
CliiC jLN COUNTY LEADER
CS-V1CIAL COUNTY PAPER
N. HAYDEN, Publisher
Ij.v i& ui Toledo, Oregon postofficf.
;;i te:o&d-clagfl matter, under the
Ai t of March 3rd, 1879.
Established Twenty-Nine Years Ago.
One -.ar, In advance $2.00
Six Months, In advance $1.00
Display advertlslnr 20 cents inch.
Composition 5 cents Inch.
Locals 6 vents line.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR HIDES
WAUGH & MEAKER, Props.
ED'S SMOKEHOUSE j
A NICE, QUIET, ORDERLY PLACE OF AMUSEMENT
POOL, BILLIARDS AND CARD TABLES
E. A. LYTLE, Prop.
D ROADWAY AT STARK
IN THE VERY HEART OF THE CITY
"Great White Way"
WILL BE YOUR HEADQUARTERS
AT THIS POPULAR HOSTELRY,'
COMFORTABLE, SPACIOUS LOBBY
AND THE HOME OF THE FAMOUS
Arthur H. Meyers Manager
An ordinance providing for the Im
provement of that portion of Fourth
street between the Intersection there
of with Graham street and the Inter
section thereof with Stranton street;
said Improvement to consist of grad
ing said street between Bald inter
sections 30-foot road bed, 1-1 slope
thereof, and planking a strip 16 feet
wide In the center of said street.
iBE IT ORDAINED BY THE COM
MON COUNCIL OP THE CITY OF
Section 1. .
That Fourth street between the In
tersection thereof with Graham street
and the Intersection thereof with
Stanton street, be Improved as fol
lows: by grading said street to . the
full width thereof In conformance
with thi official grade and elevation
thereof heretofore adopted by the city
council, a map and I'lat of which 13
now on file In the office of the city
That Bald portion of Fourth street
be planked 16 feet wide In the centnr !
thereof, with 3-inch planking, 16 fent
long, 6 Inches wide, spaced with 1
inch block at center and ends of
sirlnrrer, to be securely nailed on five
B'rineei-s laid lengthwise In the su'l
etreat, said stringers to be at least 3
inches thick and 6 Inches wide, dirt '
to be filled In level with top of tlio
stringer and the said plank to be nail
ed thereto with 60-pcnny spikes, two 1
spikes to be used in the ends or plank
where they rest on the outside string-;
ers, placed on the upper edge of each I
outside center stringer and one spike
where each plank crosses an Inside 1
stringer and on the bottom edge of
the center stringer.
The probable coBt of Bald improve-'
ment Is : .. the proportion
ate share of said cost on each lot
or fraction thereof liable for the cost
of said' improvement, the description
pf said property liable for said cost
and the names of the owners or re-,
putod of said property are as follows:
Owner. Description. Cost
v T. Ball Lot 1, block 7, j
Crihams Add .$190.47
V. T. Ball tLot 2, block 7, j
Grahams Add 212.81;
W. T. Ball Lot 3, block 7, !
Grahams Add. 237.06
W. T. Ball, Lot 4,Tlock 7, I
Grahams Add. 153.14
YV. T. Ball ILot 5, block 7,
Grahams Add 61.98 -
W. T. Ball tLot 6, block 7,
Crahnm3 Add 45.00
L. R. Altree Lot 12, block 6,
(Grahams Add. 115.88
L. R. Altree Lot 11, block 6,
Grahams Add 189.45
Tom Horning Lot 10, block 6
Grahams Add 214.36
Tom Horning Lot 9, block 6,
Grahams Add 119.89
Tom Horning, Lot 8, blork 6,
Grahams Add 60.90
Tom Horning Lot 7, block 6,
Grahams Add 39.07
Z. M. Derrick Lot 1, block 7,
Jones Add 48.0U
Gecrf;e Parrish Lot 4, block 6,
Jonfs Add 84.37
Fred Stanton Lot 2, block 3,
Jones Add 36.25
Ed Wade Lot 1, b'.ock 3,
Jones Add 48.93
Fred Stanton Lot 3, block 3,
Jones Add 30.00
J. B. Stilwell-HLot 4, block 3,
Jones Add 33.57
J. B. Stilwell Lot 6, block 3,
Jones Add 102.14
J. B. Stilwell 'Lot 6, block 3,
Jones Add 170.50
Fred Stanton Lot 12, block 4,
Jones Add 60.43
Fred Stanton Lot 11, block 4,
Jones Add 33.67
Z. M. Derrick Lot 10, block 4,
ffonns Add Jl.lH
Mrs. A. V. Andrews Lot 9,
block 4, Jones Add 61.79
City of Toledo Lot 8, block 4,
Jones Add 131.67
City of Toledo Lot 7, block 4,
That the owners of the property
liable for said Improvement shall
have the option of making said im
provement in lieu of paying said as
sessment, and that should any of said
property owners elect to make such
Improvement;, they shall notify the re
corder of the city of Toledo, Oregon,
within 15 days from the date of the
passage of this ordinance, of the In
tention to make said improvement,
which notice shall be In writing and
signed by the owner of the property
liable for such Improvement, and
shall commence said work within 30
days and complete the same within
fifty days after passage of this ordi
nance, said work to be done under
the supervision and direction of the
street commissioner of th City of
That upon the expiration of thirty
days af:er the passage of this ordi
nance, the cfty Tecorder of the City
of Toledo shall advertise for the m.K
Ing of said Improvement, the plank
ing and grading of said street, or of
so much thereof as the proper'y own.
ers shall not have begun scld im
novpmer.t. which said advertisement
shall be In some newspaper published
ln the City of Toledo, for two suc
cessive lnsurs thereof.
The el'y rernnler of tin; City of
Trlcdo. is horohy dlrert-.l to cntor
ihto l'..o O'Ji ket of Ci'.;- LI .7, a state
ment of said assessment as set forth
in section 3 of this ordinance, giving
the number of the lot assessed the
name or number of the block, the
name of the addition in which the
lot is situated, the name of the owner
of such! property, the sum assessed
upon each lot, part of lot or parcel
of ground, and the date of the entry
of said liens.
(Passed by the common council of
the City of Toledo, Oregon, this ....
day of April, 1922.
Approved by the mayor of the
City of Toledo, Oregon, this
day of April, 1922.
W. E. BALL,
Mayor of the City of Toledo.
City Recorder of the City of Toledo,
Oregon. No. 9-2 1
IF ONLY WOMEN KNEW '
What a heap of happiness It would
bring to Toledo homes.
Hard to do housework with an ach
Brings you hours of misery at lei
sure or at work.
If women only knew the cause
Backaches pains often come from
'Twould save much needless wee.
Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak
Many residents of this vicinity en
Mrs. Elmer Miller, 101 Birch St.,
Dallas, Ore., says: "I am glad to en
dorse Doan's Kidney Pills. I have
used Doan's when my kidneys were
Aching across the small of my back end
...j i..ducys acted irregularly. Donn'3
Kidney Pills relieved Che backaches
Vii.l other symptoms of kidney com
plaint." .'8 60c, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for kidney remedy get Doan's
Kidney Pills the same that Mrs Mill
er had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrsii
Buffalo, N. Y.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
The County Court of Lincoln Ccunty,
Orecon, will receive sealed bids for
the construction of r. bridge across the
Vaqulna River at Morrisin, 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 pKna ,and specifl
tlons now on file ln'the County Clerk's
office at Toledo, Oregon.
All bids to be on forms furnished by
the County Clerk and must bo accom
panied by a certified check to the
amount of five per cent (5) of the
amount bid, payable to Lincoln County.
Checks of unsuccessful bidders will
be returned 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 County Clerk's office and
must be filed with the County Clerk
at Toledo, Oregon, on or before 10
o'clock a. m. on May 8th, 1922. Plans
and Specifications may be seen at the
office of the County Clerk, or may he
taken from the Clerk's office for five
days upon depositing with the Clerk
the sum of $5.00, tc lrsure the return
thereof. The final awarding of this
contract to be decided May 25th, 1922,
provided the bond issue to be voted on
on May 19th, 1922 Is authorized by the
people. The Court reserving the right
to reject any or all bids.
Dated tills 13th day of April, 1922.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U. S. Landofflce at Rosebur?:, Oregon
March, 18th, 1922
NOTICE Is hereby given that Har
rison, A. Wtrthen, of Paris, Oregon,
who, on June 10th, 1916, made Home
stead Entry, Serial No. 010667, for
Four tracts of land containing 83.03
acres In surveyed Sec. 33, Tp 15 S,
R 9 W, W. M., and surveyed Sac. 4,
Tp 16 S, R 9 W, W. M., described In
H. E. S. No. 207 by metes and bounds,
Tract A: Beginning at corner No.
I, which is Identical with the quarter
section corner on the south boundary
of Sec 33, Tp 16 S, R 9 W, W. M.;
thence N 88 deg. 30 min; E.. 5.11 chs;
thence N 1 deg. 53 mln. E., 10 chs;
thence S 89 deg. 03 mln. W., 6.06 chs;
thence N 2 deg 09 mln. E, 10.06 chs;
thence N 89 deg. 35 mln. E., 2.93 chs;
thence S 23 deg. 39 mln. E., 6.88 chs;
thence S 49 deg. 34 mln. E., 6.56 chs;
thenco S 9 deg. E., 3.53 chs; thence
S 6 deg. 23 mln. W., 2.59 chs; thence
S 31 deg. 43 mln. W., 6.67 chs; thence
9 31 dog. 02 mln. W., 3.09 chs; thence
S 72 deg. 01 mln W., 5.79 chs; thenco
S 48 deg. 09 mln. W., 4.16 chs; thence
S 73 deg. 25 mln. W 6.02 chs; thence
S 27 dg. 20 min. W., 1.90 ths; thence
S 81 dog. 29 inin. W., 2.75 chs; thence
N 0 deg. 15 mln. E., 10.64 chs; thence
N 88 deg. 36 min. E., 11.92 chs; to
corner No. 1.
Tract B: Beginning at corner No.
19, from wl.lch corner No. 17 of Tract
A bears N 0 deg. 15 mln. E., 60 links;
thence N 81 deg. 29 mln. E., 3.08 chs;
thence N 27 deg. 20 mln. E., 1.94 chs;
thence N 73 deg. 25 mln. E., 6.92 chs;
thence N 48 deg. 09 min E., 4.16 chs;
thence N 72 deg 01 mln E., 6.87 chs;
th -nee N 31 deg. 02 min. E., 3.60 chs;
thence N 31 deg. 43 mln. E., 2.17 chs;
thence S 65 deg. 47 mln. E., 2.64 chs;
thence S 4 deg. 45 mln. W., 0.28 chs;
thence S 0 deg. 29 mln. E., 2.37 chs;
thence S 46 deg. 14 mln. E., 0.87 chs;
thence S 14 deg. E., 6.77 chB; thence
S 1 deg. 16 mln. W., 3.64 chc; thence
S 13 deg. 18 mln. E., 4.84 chs; thence
S 89 deg. 45 inin. W., 6.74 chs; thence
S 89 deg. 67 m'.n. W., 19.85 chs; thence
N 0 deg. 15 min. E., 6.32 chs; tc cor
ner No. 19.
Tract C: Beclnnlng at corner No.
36, from which corner No. 33 of Tract
B bears S 89 deg. 46 mln. W., 61 links;
thence N 13 deg. 18 mln. W., 4.89 chs;
thence N 1 deg. 16 mln. E., 3.64 chs;
thence N 14 deg. W., 6.04 chs; thence
S 46 deg. 14 min. E., 1.52 chs; thence
S 87 deg. 39 mln. E., C.75 chs; thence
N 64 deg. 11 mln. E 3.30 chs; thence
N 87 dec. E.. 4 27 chs; thence S ft deg.
20 Win. W. 8.65 chs: thence S S3 dng.
-t'J min. W., 9 chs; thence S 0 drg.
24 min. W.. 4.89 chs; thence S S3 deg.
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Tract T! Ttaelnnlne at corner No.
47, from which corner No. 43 of Trict
C bears iS 0 deg. 20 min. W., 60 links;
thence S 87 deg. W., 4.38 chs; thence
S 64 deg. 11 min. W., 3.28 chs; thence
N 87 deg. 39 mln. W., 6.43; thence
N 46 deg. 14 min. W, 2.92 chs; thence
N 0 deg. 29 min. W., 2.17 chs; thence.
N 4 deg. 45 mln. E., 0.52 chs; thence
N 55 deg. 47 min. W., 2.96 chs; thence
N 31 deg. 43 mln. E., 2.77 chs; thence
N 5 deg. 13 min. E., 2.77 chs; tii nee
N 9 deg. V.. 3 77 chs; theuco N 49
dsg. 34 mln. W.. S.3 chs; the-tve- X
23 den. 39 inin. , 5 or! Ow, iVn. .-
N 89 deg. 36 min. E., 11.66 chs; thence
i aeg. zu min w., 19.81 chs; thence
N 88 deg. 30 mln. K., 12.59 chs; thence
S 0 deg. 20 min. W., 3.22 chs; to cor
ner No. 47.
has tiled notice of intention to make
Final Three-year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described,
before Joe Morris, Jr., U. S. Com
missioner, at his office at Mapleton,
Oregon, on the 15 th day of May, 1922.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Elden Leop. of Paris, Oregon.
W. M. Sumnnrs. of Pnrls nroiron.
i i.titliar Pr'ndo!, of Paris, Oreson.
lioy Olesen. of Paris, Orenon.
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