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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON, THURSDAY,' JULY 20th, 1922.
(Continued frem Paso 1)
BhouM co-operate In the matter of
urging the delegations In Congress
from Oregon and California to do all
in their power to obtain more Federal
eld In the completion of these high
ways along the Oregon and California
In the afternoon the entire party
Including over 250 people were dri
ven out eight miles to" the Red Wood
Park where a lunchen was given and
speaking was resumed.
Hon. R. A. Booth Chairman of the
btate Highway ommlsslon and Com
miBBloners Barrette and Yeon
for all this travel either coming or
iNow Lincoln County must get busy
and see that the four-mile of boach
that Is holding up all travel from the
north Is cut out by the building of the
county road 'lions the bluff on the sur.
vey made year3 ago which has not
been completed, then wo will not only
let our own citizens from the north
out to Newport and Toledo but we
will get the tourist travel from the
COMING TO TOLEDO
DO YOU KNOW?
That Lincoln county will be among
the first counties in Oregon to have
wn the honor and Dresence of in official
the principal speakers each pledging National representative of the Amer-
iiiB support ior tne Koosevelt highway lean Jersey Cattle club,
they said now the Pacific highway and Listen! This is not an unknown oc
other Important roads had been built . currence where Jerseys end real Jer
that they would turn their attention ' seymen have their nermanent hnhitar.
to the building of the Roosevelt high-: but Is truly an indication that our
way, nir. Booth said "that the State! county Is being recognized
jiignway commission co-operatin-t
of block No. 13 of Elizabeth Graham's
Fifth addition to the City of Toledo,
Oregon, owned by E. M. Akin.
This notice is given by virtue of.
and as directed by a resohition r.nav ;1 I
'by the common council of the C;:y o! i
Toledo, Oregon, on the 17th bv !
July, 1922, Paid resolution directing i .
Mr. Carl Tangen hes been help:."..-;
aunina is"! sm ja.ofj qaz vii;
Xbij sni U( 3an?2 1'""
Mrs. Carrie Tangcn spent the ftock
end with frlend3 in Toledo.
All the fanners around Moody are
buiiy tiiese hays cutting hay, but ii.,i;e
of them would objjoct to a go.id . '.iju.
er of rain as every thing la so dry. j me as c.Ty recorder to giva no
Mrs. Sperggin end sun of Seattle, I 'he Intention of the City of Tolodo,
W:ash. liave been visiting at tho linnie Oregon, to cause said grade to b3 es
of her sister Mrs. Zeb Blower. Mis jtablislied and said Improvement to bj
Blower accompaincd her to Portluua ; made In the manner hereinbefore set
to visit her two sisters there and uUj forth, and directing that this notice
to do some shopping.
Mr. Zeb Blower has been helping
Carl Tangen put la his hay.
Mr. Frank Davenport Is helping
Cecil Blower getting in his hay.
Mr. W. B. Hayden was a Moody vis
NOTICE OF 8TREET
wun tne seven coast counties and
Federal aid had spent J4.M0.onn nn
already ln constructing the Roosevelt
In the 'evening at Crescent City the
Del Norte Chamber of Commerce gave
a dinner to the President of the Roose
velt and Red Wood hlghwaay associa
tions and the directors and their wifes,
at which time the two associations
elected a Chairman end Secretary
forming a temporary organization of
the two organizations for the purpose
of working co-operating with the Ore
gon and California Deligatlon ln Con
gress to secure Federal aid for the as
sisting in the building of the Roosevelt
er.d Red Wood highway (rom San
rTancisco to Astoria.
At the present time the Roosevelt
highway is open and passable from
Marshfield South to Cresent City Cal
ifornia, and we met about one-hundred
Auto's coming up the coast from Cal
ifornia to Oregon, they of course had
Notice Is hereby given of the Inte
tlon of the City of Toledo, Oregon, to
because establish a grade and c&ubj to be im-
I of its activity in the establishment of I proved that portion of Fifth street of
new herds throughout the county and, Toledo, Oregon, between the following
by the organization of the Boys and points: Fifth street from the tntersec
Girls Calf Club recently with 26 mem
bers, which will be one among 20 such
be given by publication in the Lincoln
County Leader, said publication to be
tor a period or two issues.
Any owner of property hereinabove
set forth objecting, to said Improve
ment shall file a written remonstrance
to the same with the city recorder on
or before the 7tll day of August, 1922.
R. R. MILLER,
22-2t City Recorder.
FORE SALE One motor boat, 6 horse
powerFair banks-Morse engine; Just
painted; Good buy for cash. Inquire
Roberts M1U. 22-lt
clubs to earn the coveted $76 prize of
fered by the American Jersey Cattle
club, which will be used at the county
fair ln September as prize money for
the club work.
Mr. F. B. Astroth from the exten
sion service of the A. J. C. club win correspond to the official grade
be wit) us on July 29 with some very by gravelling the sairfe through
tlon of Fifth street with the east side
of the Southern Pacific company's
rlgt-of-way to the Intersection of Fifth
street with the west Bide of Hill street
of the City of Toledo, Oregon. Said
portion of said street to be Improved
in the manner following: By grading
said street the full width thereof to
WANTED iMan to Blash about 3
acres of brush. Inpuire of A. O.
FOR SALE (Two colts, one 2 years
old, one yearling; 6 heifer calves,
Jerseys, two 2 years old, four year
lings. One Kirsten stump puller
complete. Address E. L. Howe or S.
R. Howe, Waldport, Ore. 22-4t
to make a detour out over the Coast
Range by way of Roseburg back to inure to attend this meeting
the Pacific highway for the reason that '
the Roosevelt highway is not open ! MOODY
irom Maslifield north to Florence on Mrs. Brauti has Just returned home
on the Cluslaw Bay. from Portland where she has been
ine itooseveu nignway from Sea- visiting hi r nlster-in-law.
Biue uirougn ciatsop county to Till.v
intrresting facts and figures on these (center thereof a width of 20 feet with
subjects and we are sure we shall I crushed rock to be laid as follows: one
have a very interesting and Instruc- j layer six Inches In thickness of coarse
tive meeting. rock to be covered with a layer three
It is the plan now outlined for the inches in thickness of fine rock.
day's feast at noon for all those who j Said Improvement to be made at the
-uii, c nuuiu usk yuu 10 ue Bure anu , expense ui uie uiiurs oi uie aajaceni ; VT"V 1
not forget that basket with all those property along said portion of said r"l0 III
luscious dainties made especially with street in accordance with the charter
good Jersey milk and cream that Lin-j Of the City of Toledo, Oregon, which .
coin county may have on her best property is particularly described as (-.OlldltlOU
plumage during the short sojourn of follows: I
our national dignitary while ln our Lots 6 and 7, blork I I of Crnham's i
midst. Don't forget the date and be Fourth addition to the City of Toledo. I
To Rent at Once
mook county to Neskwln, near Lincoln
county line, and the contract has been
let for the building of the ten-mile gap
between Neskwln ln Tillamook county
to Devils lLake In Lincoln county,
Now with the building of four miles
of road from Otter Rock to Schooner
Point where at the present time there
Is no road except along the beach
when the tide is out the Roosevelt
highway will be open for travel from
Seaside and Astoria via Tillamook to
Newport and Toledo. Then there is
a missing link from Newport to Wald
port, and on to Yacheti, and from
Florence to Marshfield.
Therefore It will be possiable In
nnother year to drive along the entire
length of the Oregon coa.t over the
Roosevelt highway, and there Is no
doubt but what ln side of three or four
years It will be completed Into a hard
Fred C. Baker of Tillamook who Is
Scretry of the Roosevelt Highway
association says "that the Hotels in
Tillamook county Is taxed to the ut
most to accomodate the great tourist
travel that Is now pouring into Till
amook beaches resourts, that when
the link between Neskwln and Devil-
Lake now under contract is completed
that Lincoln county will be the meca
Every one in this vicinity are busy
making.hay, Its fine hay weather al-
Owing to the dry Weather vege
tables of all kinds are going to be
scarce. I guess the weather man is
saving up for next wlner.
Mr. and Mrs. Blower and family
went to Newport Saturday.
George Davenport and son were
Toledo visitors at Toledo Saturday.
Mrs. L. F. William and children are
visiting her parents at Moody, ex
pecting '.o return to her home at To
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Daven
port on June 29 t son James Rastus
tipped the scales to 9 pounds.
Mr. Brauti Is getting pretty well
thru with his hay. His daughter For
hild has been running the mower for
him she was pretty well pleased with
Mr. Charles Wooding entertained
quite a number of friends Sunday
with a big picnic dinner every one
reported a good time.
Mr. and Mrs. Crowley and family
are visitorts of George Davenport ana
Mr. Wm. M. Ralston and son Don
ald of Albany havo been visiting at
the home of his daughter Mrs. Cecil
DO YOU WANT
THERE IS GOING TO BE SEVERAL NEW BUN
GALOWS ERECTED IN TOLEDO AND YOU CAN GET
A HOME ON REASONABLE TERMS PROVIDING
YOU ARE A RESPONSIBLE PARTY. CALL AND
TALK IT OVER.
INQUIRE AT LEADER OFFICE FOR INFORMATION.
Oregon, owned by Valentine Thiol?
Lot 8 of block 14 of Graham's Fourth
addition to the City of Toledo, Oregon,
owned by Vernie Ross;
Lots 1 and 2 of block 13, subdivision
Apply Leader Office
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Thursday & Friday
A Stirring Mystery Drama
Ruby De llemer
Who is conceded to be the most
Beautiful Woman in America Ly
tho Famous French Artist, Paul
Helleu. See her in
One of the most elaborate pic
tures produced in some time.
Also another chapter of the
Miracles of the Jungles
and a rattling good Comedy
The Best in Pictures unci Music
Toledo School of fcic
BRANCH OF PHILOMATH COLLEGE
Department of Music
Instructions given in Piano, Voice and all Orchestra J
Monday and Tuesday
Each Week at the
Special Attention Given to Beginners
ACCREDITED TEACHERS ONLY
Prof. R. T. Norton
Lester Warman, Assistant
Make your applications without delay
' i-:-'- 4 i!
Have You Seen
New Invention Now
The widely advertised New
Perfection Oil Range with
SUPERFEX Burners that for
the first time combines gas
stove speed with oil-stove
economy, is on display here.
Let us show you this big
handsome new stove and its
j Qi! Range
; Ath SUPERFEX Burners
Professional Engineer In the Stat
of Oregon. Topcjraphy work, Clvi
Engineering and Sub-Division wort
A. J. McMillan, Toledo, Oregon
Hill St, . .Toledo, Oregen
Ask about our
$1.60 PER DAY RATES
Best established eating placo In
V. J. FOWLER, Prop.
TOLEDO LODGE NO. 108, I. O. O. F
meet every Wednesday evening
Visiting Brothers always Welcome.
L. B. Wlswell, N. Q.,
Carl Qildersleeve, Secretary.
Have Your Soles
Mail Orders Promptly At
DICK WENNER & SON
Shoe machine repair shop v .','..
Newport . , Oregon
Private Office for Examinations
F. M. French & Sons
Optometrist and Optician
Albany, . Oregon
WE FIX EVERYTHING
CLOCKS A SPECIALTY
8hoes, Boots, Clocks, Watches,
Umbrellas, Pans, Buckets, Tubs,
Boilers, Flashlights, Cut Agates,
Sharpen Shears, Knives. Repair
all kinds of things Don't
throw anything away, Come In
and see us. Furniture Repair-
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Write The litgittror, UnWcrilt of
Oregon, Eujtnt, Oreon.
We are pleased to announce that we have received
our NEW FALL SAMPLES of Bruner Woolens.
Our TAILORED-TO-FIT Clothes Last Longer, Look
Better and COST LESS.
We show the genuine BRUNER Brand.
Come in today and look them over.
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"The Nifty Tailor."
TOLEDO Next Door to Telephone Office OREGON
First Class Work Guaranteed
Have Your Soles Sewed On
we make your old shoes look
and wear like new.
Mail order work promptly
Next Door to Peterson' Jewerry Store
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
The sciiool board of School District
No. 47, of Siletz, Oregon, wishes to
receive bids lor pulntliig three school
houses and out-buildlngs in said dis
trict. Bids 'o be opened at Postoflioo
at Siletz, Oregon, on Saturday, Ju!y
15. District will furnish paint.
-E. E. COLV1N,
.' Clerk. 20 2t
NOTICE TO HOUSEWiV'iC
FOR SA LB Candle select . bz Trom
the Olallu Poultry farm aro being
linndled by the Gildoralcove Gro
cery. Tills guarantees you n 100
per cent perfect product. Cull for
them when ordering. 20-4t
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I I I I I I I I I TV WT II. 1 . V " i . I T
Chiropractor, Is now locate d ul the
Hot Sea Bath house, Newport, 0:Jg.
Special Rates till July 1. 18-4t
FORESTRY EXHIBITORS NOTICfi
Anyone wishing to make an exhibl
of wood work or forestry at the cos
lng Lincoln county fair will be a(
vised by Alien Mayhew, superinteu
dent of forestry, of what to exhibit
and how to make their entry. Ad
dress P. O. box 465, Toledo, Oregon,
or Call at Roberts Mill.
20-tf A. MAYHEW
FOR SALE Two Top.nis with Har
ness and two wagons, Good Heavy
uuny nurses, w. Asnworth. South
FOR SALE 20 acres of Timber land;
some bottom; $25 per acre, unlimit
ed range. WMte T. Hennessey, To
ledo, Oregon. 18-4t
FOR SALE 130 acres near Chitwood,
Ore.; on state highway; near rail
road station; house, barn, good well,
wood sheds, chicken yards; 35 acres
creek bottom land, easily plowed;
place fenced; ideal dairy or goat
ranch; must Bell becuuse of 111
health and old age; a bargain.
Write to W. H. Price, Chitwood,
FOR SALE In Toledo, ' Oregon, six
lots each 50 x 100 feet and house
under construction In front of High
School. Will sell cheap for cash;
or give good terms. Apply to F. E.
Schmidt, 1710)2 Fell 8t, San Fran
Cisco, California. 16-5t
FOR SALE One acre of land ln Run
.Bottom; house, barn and chicken
yards; Innuira of Box 282, Toledo.
Oregon. Must sell because of wife's '
Health and move to higher climate.
A bargala. ' 21-tJt
FOR SALE Fir shakes; 2 sizes, 24
and 32 Inches long; Inqulro nt 11. C.
Johnsons; farm. Telephone 22-2t
FOR SALE COW;
Inquire at Leader
FOR SALE 1 team mules, 8 and ,
well broke and gentle; wt. 2500;
team, wagon and harness; price
$300.00. A great bargain. Inquire
of C. F. Mock, Box 299, Toledo, Ore
FOR SALE jPortahlo sawmill; 22 H.
r. gasoline engine power; will sell
separate; also 6-foot Deering bind
er; Inquire of R. L. Hathaway, Har
lan, Oregon. 21-4t
FOR SALE Team of mules, gentl
good and true workers, weigh about
2000 lbs., double harness, light wa
gon with bed and extra . bolster
springs, everything In first class
shape and condition. Tills is more
of an outfit than what 1 need and a
bargain for someone. Cull or ad
dress, John Stelgen, Toledo, Ore.,
Box 106. 2).3t
FOR SALE in Toledo, Oregon, six
lot each 60 x 100 feet and nous
under construction In front of High
..School. Will sell cheap for cash;
or give good term. Apply to F. E.
Schmidt, 1710, Fell St, 8a n Fran
cisco, California. tS-tf
40 ACRE3 Near Toledo; State Road;
mutual pnon; dally mall. Good .
room house, good new barn, or
chard; some timber. Good bargain.
Inquire at Leader office. 13-tf
ONE AUTO-KNITTER FOR SALE
33 1-3 off. Address Box 384, To
ledo .Oregon. tl-2t
FOR SALE The launch "Florence".
a cabin cruiser, 28 feet by 8 feet 4
Inch beam; 10 H.P. Campbell en
gine; Inquire of Dr. D. A. Mclntyre,
Newport, Ore., oppo. P. O. 21-4t
FOR SALE 101.64 acres of land, 40
arms levol, excellent heaver d:im
land; some timho.-; railroad on
place. Price S1500, cash or terms.
Inquire Dr. D. A. Mclntyre, New
Tort, Ore., 21-4t
FOR SALE CHEAP or Exchange 3
cottages 38 lots; some -household
goods; 40 fine chickens; in Pacific
View near South Beach, P. O. Will
take small place awny from coast
or small business, good car, or any-
'.thing I can use. Make mo nt of
fer; see or write Mrs. N. A. Hum
fleet, Pacific View, South Beach,
Oregon. t 2l-3t
WANTED dioy of 16 wants po.diion
on farm, any kind of 'work. Call at
Leader office. Tom Dixon. 21-2V
100 COMMISSION to anyone makln
a sale of the acreage at Caledon!
belonging to Mrs. W. Hearth, ii
HalBey Street, Portland. v
FOR SALE 4 Head of horses. t
years old, all broke; ami he. 3
Bain wagon; Inquire of W. D. i,res
ter, Toledo, Oregon. 21-21'
FOR RENT stSF'lRoom on HII
8treet, I. O. O. F. Building. See Car
RENT OR SALE iO ncrim
near Toledo, all Improvev enta- In
quire of John Cotner, Telephon
2 shorts. 22-4t'
Dr. Ernest H. HaU
First National Bank Building ,
Phone 1106 Toledo, Ore.
FIRE, LIFE, HEALTH & ACC!DE
CONTRACTORS' LIABT !TV
. C. K. CROSNO, Toledo, O "jon '
Office In rirst N. B. B.V -