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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER,
TOLEDO, OREGON, FRIDAY. MARCH 24th, 1922.
i FOR SALE 3 Stands of Bee, honey
I In hives. V. D. Graves, Toledo.
POLAR WHITE SOAP, 5 CENTS 23 FOR $1.00
A LARGE FULL WEIGHT BAR OF GOOD QUALITY
S PREFERRED STOCK SHRIMP, 18 CENTS PER CAN
BULK GRAHAM CRACKERS AT 17 CENTS PER POUND
Shears Shears Shears
A REGULAR $1.50 VALUE AT $1.39
PAIR OF SCISSORS OF EQUAL VALUE FREE WITH
EACH PAIR OF SHEARS
Razors Razors Razors
GOOD GUARANTEED RAZOR THAT USUALLY
RETAILS FROM $2.50 TO $3.00 FOR $1.33
W. C. Burcrcff Mercantile Co.
(8) FOR SALE S acre of level
land in city limit of Newport, front
ing on State Highway and railroad;
bargain if taken Imedlately. See C.
E. Hawkins, Lincoln County Dank.
(8) AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
Three acre with tprlng and fruit In
city limit of Toledo. About 300 feet
fronting on State Highway, priced at
$(1500.00 by E. B. Shumway.
Earl Nye went to Portland: on busi
Shaving 15o. at Bert Howe's bar
ber shop. Neck shave Sc. extra.
Mrs. Ernest Parrlsh was a. passenger
for the Valley Wednesday.
K. D. Martin of Newport was a To
ledo visitor yesterday.
(Will Farnum of West Yaqulna was
a Toledo visitor yesterday.
We believe in Tanlac and so will
you If you try It. Toledo Drug Co.
A. E. Marvin of Siletz was over to
the berry growers meeting Tuesday. FIVE MILCH GOATS 'For
n.. n. , r d I priced frorn; 1S to $45 each.
... . -.. ,8checht Toledo, Oregon.
Capt Zenas Ccpeland was up from
Newport Friday evening.
'Mrs. Scott Lane was over from the
Siletz Tuesday of this week.
Mrs. Waggoner arrived home Sat
urday evening from a visit at Eugene.' - A- c- WHITE LEGHORN EGGS
nr w t-i... tin - ' for hatching, 15 for 81. Mrs. A. R.
W. E. Flesher of Winant passed RchaPdeon(a"Toledo, Or. (9)
thru enroute to CorvalllB Monday. ,
(11) Painting, Papering and Tinting,
at 14.50 per day. All work absolutely
guaranteed. Tofte Bros., Toledo, Or.
FOR SALE Folding Sawing Ma
chine a one man rig for sawing down
tree logs or eordwood. Used short
time. Price reasonable. Enquire H.
G. Wolf, Liberty Theatre.
Hon. Marsh Simpson was down from : (8) Good six room house and two
Elk City Tuesday morning. I lots three blocks and a half from
r.iw .i ci.. c,.. , J Main St., plenty fruit and garden.
Buy your Singer Sewing Machines ; AddrMt Box 292i Toedo 0reflon.
Now $5.00 down and $3.00 per month.
Bateman Furniture Co. (6) FOR SALE Furniture of six
Mrs. S. B. Robertson arrived home ! roon;?- " "lid hard oak, fumed, In
i excellent csnaiuonj aining xaDio,
Sunday evening from a visit with
5 friends at Junction City.
round, six chairs, large buffett library
GROCER I ES-FLOUR-FEED-HAY-HARDWARE-GROCER1ES-FLOUR-FEED-H
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- G. W. Troinmlltz arrived home chair, cedar chest, brass bed, birds-
V!from a business trip to Portland, Sat- eye ma?'e drf'ser' hesvuy wh,tf
-n . , mel bed, sanitary couch, axminister
r- uraay evening. brussell ruo. conaoleumn rug, 1
V'hon you buy a pound of our 35c, Toledo range, 1 heater, 1 kitchen ta-
coffee you are getting a regular 45c. ' ble, chairs, kitchen cabinet, dishes,
vaue, tuba, wringer:, lamps, etc., curtains;
,r. Tr, , , . t-1,1 2 cows, 100 laying pullets; new large
C. L. Roadarmel of Elk City was x nu,e 3 ota, for
transacting business In Tolodo Sat- $450.00 cash; also 3 lots adjoining
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Our aim is not to sell the cheapest grade, but to sell
the best There is as much difference in the wearing
qualities of the different grades of work clothes as there is
in the different grades of shoes.
HAVE YOU TRIED ANY OF THESE:
"Boss of the Road" Overalls, Coveralls, Khaki Pants,
Rain Repellant Pants and Stag Shirts, Underwear and
"Ball-Band" Rubber Boots and Rubbers.
"Bergmann, Lion Brand, Buckingham & Hecht, Wash
ington, Weyenberg, Bradley & Metcalf and Beacon Shoes."
Our "Satisfaction" guarantee goes with every article
sold from our work clothes department, the same as it has
always been in our shoes and furnishings department.
922 Prices are Lower
p e o PLOWS
12 In. Steel Beam Stubble Plow $20.00
14 In. Steel Beam Stubble Plow $22.15
14 in. Breaking Plow, Wood Beam, Rolling Cutter & Gauge Wheel $25.55
HARROWS INTERN ATION DISC
8 Disc, 16 In. dla. Cuts 4 ft. Tongue $42.50
10 Disc, 18 in. dla. Cuts 5 ft. Tongue $46.00
Tongue Truck $8.10 Extra Allowance of $1.25 for Tongue If not taken
HARROWS PEG TOOTH
1 Section 25 Teeth Open End, $10.00 Closed End, $10.00
2 Section 50 Teeth Open End, $22.00 Closed End, $22.25
2 Section 60 Teeth Open End, $24.50 Closed End, $24.75
Complete Line of Farm Implements at Prices that will sell
You if You are in the Market
INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
Free use of lots of outrange. Call In
Mary Geer came over from Per,OB for P"'"1- WW Farnum,
wen Taquirw, vrc, acvunu muuh
Monmouth Friday evening for a visit
with her parents here. i
Dean Johnson, the mlllman, return-; '
ed Tuesday evening from a trip to the j cry'
Valley. I FOR
rooster for sale. Mrs. H. E.
1 Valley on yesterdays train.
Prcseruting Attorney G. B. McClus-
SALE OR TRADE 7-room
XI A. M. Whoelock came over from i house wlth 1 ,cre tract; 12 apple
' r, ,,.., . 'trees; 4 pear irees, i sman luman
iCorvallls Monday to look after busl-,""'. , prMm, flpaoe
'ner-s Interests In this county. vines, logan berries, gooseberries and
jess uamei oi snetz was in tne city a large nea or sxrawoerne wen ana
Tuesday, enroute to Portland on Busi- 'conve,,,ently located Inside of city
.limits close to mills and Toledo depot.
I am not asking speculative pi Ice.
There is not a single portion of the Will trade for a home here In Corvai
bc:!y that is not benefited by the help- lis, If In suitable location and livable
ful action of Tanlac. Toledo Drug Co. condition. Would prefer property near
tt f tt n i j j , the outskirts of Corvallia. If Inter
Mrs. W O. Hoefleln and daughter, Vthi. property call my grand
Thelma, of aquina, passed thru to the ;,.. p. p. Bates, In care of the O. A. C.
'phone 42 or write me. Mrs. Matilda
P. Whippo, 1919 B Street, Corvallis,
key was called to Portland on bust'
A mari'laso license was issued yes
terday to John Strong, 50, and Mrs.
Wary Nleml, 36, both of Toledo.
W. H. Lawson arrived down from
Portland Monday night, going on thru
V to Waldport. WOMAN WANTED To come and
Miss Luciie De Celles and Miss, do Saturday work. Apply to Mrs. P.
RVllIll Ymmr airn vloltrro nn tha Inw. I rrftoeriCRi
er bay the first of the week.
300 all wool or silk and wool sam
ples to choose from for that new
Caster Suit Tailored to your meas
ure for $25X0 to $29.00. The Bootery.
HE. El PBTEHSON
THE OLD RELIABLE, (Established 1800), TOLEDO, OREGON
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FOR RENT 40 acres botttm land,
all cleared, 5 miles out of Toledo. In
quire at thio office. Will take Ford
car or motor cycle in trade for rent.
LOST BUNCH OF KEYS Finder
plrase leave at this office. Reward.
j EGG" For hatching from R. I. R
ENGINEERING WORK large cue, extra laying strain. Eggs
Professional Engineer In the State from pen, $1 50 per setting of 15, Eggs
of Orenon. Topography work, Civil 1 1rm 9'-c per setting of 15.
Engineering and Sub-Division work.
A. J. McMillan, Toledo, Oregon
G. B. McCLUSKEY
CALL FOR COUNTY WARRANTS
Notice Is hereby given that I have
fundi to pay all warrants, endorsed
not paid for want of funds up to and
Including Kobruary 24th, 1922, and said
warrants are hereby callod and the
Interest thereon eeass on this d,,te.
Duud at Toledo, Oregon, this 3d
day of March, 1922. Ira Wade,
Have Your So'es
. Sewed on.
" Prices Reasonable
Via-I Orders Promptly At
tended to. '
DICK WENNER & SON
Shoe machine repair shop
I Newon Oregon
WOOD CUTTER8 WANTED see
or write John Bradbury, Newport, Or.
Mrs. H. E. Demitt. Also fine yellow
St. Andrcasburg cannarics.
FOR SALE Fresh Cow Young
gnado Jer.iey. See W. B. Hayder..
R. D. BURGESS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office In Andrews building. Offirt
hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 and 7 to b
p. m. Emergency calls at Bny tixii-
LICKEY & MOCK
pIXALL SHOP REPAIRS
Shoes, 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
ed. Also plain sewing done.
Private Office for Examination
F. M. French & Sons
Optometrists and Opticians
Sewing Machines for rent 43.00
per month. Bateman Furniture Co.
FOR 8ALE Cuthbert Red Rasp
berry plants, $1.50 per 100. St. Regis
Everbearing Raspberry plants 60c per
NOTICE FOR SEALED BID3
Sealed Dida fcr the removal of the
Soldiers' Club House to the County
Fair grounds, will be received at 'he
office of G. B. McCluskey, up to 2 P.
M., Saturday, March 25;h. when they
will be opened. For Information ana
plans see O. 13. MeClusltey or W. K.
Patterson, Tcledo, Oregon.
NOTICE Anyone knowing them
selves to be Indebted to me will con
fer a favor by leaving tho money with
E. A. Lytle. Al Waugh.
FOFt EXCHANGE Half acre out-
1 . . . (. li i y a. ene
Ml K-atio Wanirh who fa.nhln. 8106 C4ty limUS OI roniana. KOK S
. v , ' . ten years ago for land near Toledo
nt Yaqulna, spent Sunday with her Sour.sldn preferred. A. J. A., Toledo,
parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Al Waugh, In Orroon, P. O. Box 376.
Mrs. Lon Hoover and children came
down from N'ortons Saturday evening
for a vluit with Mrs. Hoov r's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Caraon.
Frank Lane arrived down from The
(6) ,00 commission to anyone mak
ing a s.'le -f t'te acreage at Caledonia
belonolrg to Mhs. W. Searth, 654 Hal-
3ey, Street, Portland.
(5)piANO MUST BE SOLDI Wll
Sacrifice fine high grade plane now It
DallcB Monday evening for a visit with 'storage near here for Immediate aale
can glvo easy terms If wanted to any
established home. For full particular!
address Wholesale Dept, Oregoi
Eilers Music House, Eilor Music Bldg
Toledo and Newport friends. Mr. Lane
formerly resided here at Toledo.
It. J. Dickson tame over from Cor
vallis Monday evening for a visit with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. F, Dick
son. Saturday-Monday cash specials at
R. S. Van Cleve'o pure buckwheat
1loui, Mazo'a oil, Gcrmca, Wheat
Hearts, Kaoma Cleanser.
Mrs. Ralph Salvage of Si'.etz arrived
fu Tcudo last evening being enroute
ho.ne from a visit with relatives In
loirence Galther, Chas. Gildorsleeve
and Eriing Bruutl are home from the
O. A. C. this week for the second se
mester vacation. (5) TQ POULTRY MEN See rT R
Mrs. S. E. Newklrk was a passenger Gwynn. agent, end get the book, "Th'
for Portland yesterday noon, where Bst Brooding Sym." Sold on
(0) FOR SALE From one to thirty
acres Just out side the city I'mlts, r
reasonable price. ' See M. C. Miller, oi
address Box 113, Toledo, Oregon.
PIG3 WANTED Also second han
rrcwirn r-nchine. W. 3. Gllson, T
"ROAN MARE FOR SALE We!
about 1030, cash or will consir'e.- c--v.-dairy
cow In exr.hanae. R. C. Joh
ston, Toledo, Phone 1803.
-200 cedar fence psst-
l THINK THE MAM WITH
THE HOE WILL SOON RE
PLACE THB MAM WITH
she will hear the Grand Opera.
A marriage license was issued Sat
urday by .Clerk Gildersleeve to Ber
nard Flnke, 22, and Miss Wilda Scott,
19, both of Siletz.
Mrs. Gltn Ticer arrived over from
Pcrtlnnd last Saturday evening for
a visit with her sister, Mrs. F. S. Fuglt,
and family. Mr. Ticer will arrive
down from the city tomorrow evening.
Capt. O. F. Jacobson was up from
Newport Wednesday looking after re-
pairs which are being made to the
steamer .Newport, at the Altree ship
yard. Zadock Thayer and Jim Derrick are
home from the Agricultural College
this week. The boys are both getting
fat, and attribute It to the fact that
they are doing their own cooking.
Leader subscriptions received this
week are: Edith Young, Toledo, Or.;
Mrs. E. Ofstedahl, Toledo, Or.; C. L.
noadarmel. Elk City, Or.; Ralph Pe
pin Newport, Or.; J. H. Loonils, To
ledo, Or.; Mrs. M. Espy, Toledo, Or.;
II. R. Chamberlain, Yaqulna, Or.; John
Bradbury, Newport, Or.; Percy Hen
derson, Toledo, Or.; Mrs. E. M..Wcod,
money back guarantee.
FOR 8ALE McCormlck rake, user!
half day, price $40. Milwaukee mow
ing machine, No. 5, used half day,
price $85. Writs Mary Pearson, New
RtrnR RALE One Horse and 3
Cow's; 1 registered Jersey; 1 Jersey and
1 grade cow. John Rooth, Toledo.
HATCHING EGGS from Miller's S
C. Reds and Crabtree's Barred Rocks.
Breeders are one and two years old,
with trap nest records of 150 to 20v
eggs. 92.50 per setting or is eggs
Baby chicks 20 cents each. We have
to pullets In our breeding pens. Mil
er A Crabtree, Toledo, Ore. Box 117,
FOR SALE 93 Heavy Shearing An
oora Goats; also one Registered An
gora Buck with papers: F. T. Gunn,
FOR SALE Two houses and two
lots; also two acres of land Inside of
City limits, level and well located.
Inquire of Chas. Mock, owner.
FOR RENT Store Room on Hill
Street, I. O. O. F. Building. See Carl
EGGS 01.00 PER 8ETTING of 15.
Thoroughbred White Oregons. P. O.
Box 113, Toledo, or see Mrs. Gladys
I I CARRY A FULL LINE f
OF DIAMONDS, WATCH E8, CLOCK8,
JEWELRY and SILVERWARE
ALSO A FULL LINE
OF FOUNTAIN PENS and PENCILS
OVEfl 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE A8
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables f
t AND ANYTHING ELSE A FIRST CLASS GROCERY
A LARGE ASSORTMENT AND LOWEST PRICES HAVE
MADE THE CASUAL BUYER A STEADY CUSTOMER.
IF YOU ARE NOT GETTING GROCERY SATISFACTION
A.i M. GILDERSLEEVE.
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