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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 8th, 1522.
(Albany nursery, passed through
I Mr3. A. Peterson and children. Het-
No con fe stronger than his stom. I60 d Virgle IUmades called
ach. Tinlac will iu.-.!,e your sici. adi iat 'ho KoJ''7 hoe turday evening.
trcBg. Toledo Dius Co. l, ! ,, SIr; nd, Mcr,9- T?m Balk"
ily of Poole Sloush spent Sunday with
Man's Blue Bib Overalls J.85. The , Mr. and .Mrs. A. R. Zeek.
Eootery. ij.1t Ly!e Wilvlfong spent Sundav w'th
L. Wolfe came through Toledo Frl-'S", taAeT Mr WildfonS' at !" elpi
day on his way home to Tart. Mr i . . .
Wolfe was summoned to pv,, :". na . i. it. rayne and daugli-
where he served several davs on the
J. A. White, a well-known Keuturky
farmer, said he could beat hs haii'Lj
shucking corn after taking Tanta'..
Toledo Drug Co. je-it
Bert Morrison and wife of Kern
Tille came through Toledo Saturday
u ineir way to McMJnnville to attenu
A. W. Weber. Hester Peterson, Mary
oniun. Aaoipn feterson. Uovd Lewis.
Ben Twombly, Richard Wolkau. Will
Smith and ira Huntsu;ker were gues'.j
of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Rhoadeg and
family Sunday evening.
Mr. Clark the assessor, was In our
h. .i .i. r.v mcn vioia summer Mat3. No
the meeting there of the state grange,' price higher than $.95. The Bootery.
This waa Mr. Morrison's flrst trip to
Toledo In three years end he was
much surprised to see the change in
people here. He stated that he used
to be well acquainted here but now
had a hard time finding anybody that
For dishes, aluminium
granite ware, see Colvln.
Mrs. John McChesney arrived In
Toledo Friday after a 6-weeks' visit in
Albany at the home of her son.
The safei! and surest way back to
health, strength and happlne-js is by
the Tanlac route. Toledo Drug Co.
Mrs. C. W. Lewis is visiting Mrs. H.
G. Rhoades this week.
Messrs. Loyd Lewis and Adolnh
Pelerson called at Rhoades home Wed
H. G. Rhoades and son, Flivd, Will
Smfth, A. R. Zeek. Lyle Wiidfong,
Fred Zachau, A. W. Weber and Mr.
and Mrs. A. Peterson were trading in
Yaquina and Newport TJmrsdp.y.
Miss Donna Martin returned to her
home In Newport Thursday . itor a two
weeks visit with frieuiis u;id :eLUvea
In this vicinity.
Misses Hester E. Peterson a?id Marv
J. Smith and Messrs. Will S. Smith
and Adolph O. Peterson called on the
Rhoades young people Thursday even
ing. A. M. Dawson, a salesman' of the
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Howe were visiting
at Newport Saturday and Sunday.
Mi-, and Mrs. Odell of Toledo were
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Roland
Arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Rowland Harlan, a 9 pound baby boy,
Friday, the 26th, 1922.
Mercene Feltou went out to Corval
Will Ewifig left Saturday for In
dependence. Mrs. Forest Barry went to Newport
Mrs. Eric Johnson and children went
out to Portland last week.
Our school closed Monday.
Dr. Belt was calling at South Beach
Sunday and .Monday.
Men's and boys' clothing at
Get our prxes on all Regulation U.
S. Army Goods. The Bootery. 16-1t
Thursday-Friday A Paramount
"TO PLEASE ONE WOMAN"
A vividly told story of the highest
class a film to see. See itl
A'co Comedy. 30c; 10c.
Saturday-Sunday A superb play
A picturization from the famous novel
Iiy Ople Read of humble Southern
l!s. lived Just across the meadow from
the etrly fort when it was built bv
sciaiers under Sherican. They were
born in this vniw r a n j
J. w. 10 when the fort was built. Their
parents often entertained Sheridan as
wsiior and the rather, G. A. Fowier
was official hunteman :5r the garrison!
These men at least have no doubt as
t Whem Fort HncUfria -, j .
....... j iwauru it
"tuo more man nair a century, ago
folk; the characters seem to have I J. K. Wheeler Saturday
I CARRY A FULL LINE j
been lifted bodily from the book and
transformed Into living, breathing,
moving people. It's a Paramount pi
Also a splendid Larry Semon 2-reel
comedy. 35c; 10c.
WONDERFUL SHOWS COMING
THIS MONTH "HU MORESQUE"
NEXT WEEK "THE BIRTH OF A
centage of the residents present. Din
ner was served followed by a program
arranged by Mrs. H. Murray. Che
program being one of the best we
have so far had. During the course
of the bu?ines3 meeting Miss Lucy
Rogers informed the ladies snd child-
jren, also the men, that if she coula
Col- get six to go she would teach them
16-1t 'sewing. Needless to say there was no
'trouble sotting six: don't know wheth
jer any men have 'joined or not but it
wnMiiln't hurt tliom Tha navt muatinn
The Misses Mary and Lucy Rogers! of the club will be held on Sunday,
arrived home Monday of last week fori July 2nd. Let's all be there and get
'.heir vacation. ,a good s.a.-t for the Fourth. Meeting
Mr. .-ad Mr. Fred Fomtvedt left for ! will start at 12 noon and is in charge
t: Valley last Wednesday. Mrs. Homt- !of Mrs. Sondre RomtvedL
eui going 10 visit ner mother p.t Cres
well. Oregon, and Mr. Romtvedt to
Tilli.mook to take in the Guernsey
The Sweet P.riar Civic Club held the
regular monthly meeting in the Sweet
Briar school house with a good per-
L. Aplet went to Elk City Mon-
Elmer Watklna went tn TnloHn c
urday where he will be employed on
John Duvennort Mma nn fmm til.
City Saturday evening returning Sunday
Mrs. J. K. Wbeeter nnont Simiiov
on Mill Creek.
J. Busche went to Toledo Monday.
Mrs. Nellie Davenport and children
and George and Harry Spinny came
up from Elk City Monday evening for
Memorial dav. The vnunr fniUn n-ui
spend a few days outing on the creek
ana on the mountains.
Mrs. Washburn rimA nn frm nicy
Jf WALTKiM WATCHIS -v
OF DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CLOCKS,
JEWELRY and SILVERWARE
ALSO A FULL LINE
OF FOUNTAIN PENS and PENCILS
OVER 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS
OLD RELIABLE, (Established 1900), TOLEDO, OREGON
See cur windows for lowest prices
on Slioss and Clothing. The Bootery.
Kcds for! the whole family at Col
vin's. . 16-lt
Siletz next Sunday, June the 11th,
- - . - w .. w . ..v v.wv V. I-IUL I
catechism and instruction on confinn
lation. At 10 o'clock a. m. mass and
sermon. Meeting of ladies after ser
vices, lonecnon tor the none.
For ranges; cook
stoves, see Colvin.
stoves and oil
1 " Mk
24 Inch Wood.
Just Received, a Shipment of Garden Hose
ARTHUR NYE, PLUMBER
D ROADWAY AT STARK
IN THE VERY
OF THE CITY
"Great White Way"
WILL BE YOUR HEADQUARTERS
AT THIS POPULAR HOSTELRY.
COMFORTABLE, SPACIOU8 LOBBY I
AND THE HOME OF THE FAMOUS "
Arthur H. Meyers Manager
Adjutant General White ordered the
National Guard of the Coast Artillery
Company Number 486 of Newport and
Toledo, under command of Captain
Harry Price, to go to Siletz and hold
Memorial services over the graves of
Paul and Andrew Washington who
lest their lives in the WoWd War, as
no announcement had previously been
made that they were coming o Siletz.
Had this been known sooner a basket
dinner in the Chalcraft Park would
have been prepared for them, but nn
it was a eood dinner wan nrpnnrAri
for them at the Hotel King. It was
tha most imnortnnt nn4 tmnroaalvc.
Memorial service ever held at Siletz.
Rev. C. W. Pogue assisted in the ser
vices and had charge of the program
and assisted In th service which fol
lows: Two selections bv the Newnort
band: prayer bv Rev. John AHnms-
address by Rev. C. W. Pogue. A se
lection by the band; sounding of taps
ana tuo nnng ot three volleys by the
squad closed the impressive Memorial
ceremonies at Siletz.
IMr. Monson with his family have
moved in a cottage at Siletz and is
now eneaeed with a tnrro nt hnnjo i
the construction of the steel bridge
mat is to span tne Siletz river at the
place where the bridge washed out
The teachers, high school and elghrti
grade pupils to the number of 35 took
a hike to N'eunnrt and tha 'loht tnnn
in the big truck of the Hall Brojhers
wnicn was driven by Mr. Huey who is
consiaerea to tie nnn nr tha eatnar ami
most careful drivers ra the road. The
ijin"ieu tu navini; a most ex
cellent time. While at tho lighthouse
each one went un In tha hiimircH trmt
lower, saw the great light that flashes
uufc uy..u me uceau wore man twenty
miles. From this tower a most mag
nificent view is nrenentpri tn tha avo
to me east one range of mountains
unco auuve me omer mi tney appear
to reach the sky and from tha
af far as the eye can reach the great
awens ana waves or tne ocean come
rushing in and break upon the rock
bound shore that sends the spray more
than a hundred feet high presenting a
kaleidoscopic view almost impossible
Mrs. Maurice Andersen and Mrs. K
E. Colvln teacher In the public
school, treated the nrlmsrv and mrto
pupils to ice cream and cake Wednes
day. They also reported as having a
good time. This closes the work of
the school year at Siletz r,A tha
teachers have gone to their respective
homes feeling that their work has
'been a succees and that tha mmtu
under their care have been trained and
jqianrea greauy along the path of
Both Tatim and VnrtAn mmA amna
two dozen different tribe and rem
nants numbering some 3000 persons
were held en the Biletz reservation,
and about half that number on the
ears at the tort be maue frequent er
CUrsiona into hnatlla tnHlAw and
Grande Ronde. During Sheridan's two
rounded op restless savages and
brought them to the reserve.
The facts of the bui dine of Fort
Hoskins were relitari hv rtr v M
Carter of Siletz. who said two ques
tions ar9 now being answered where
rort Hcskins was located, and whern-
jer it w?.s built by Phil Sheridan. He
I.-rave the Iikiamute s'te as authentic
a-d h.iTHan as tl'e bu!M-r in 1SE8.
I T-.v-i h.r s of the rrricd, Fowl.'i
tio.iitra C. A. aaa --. V. of Corval
For I oaaera ihn.. n id
vuitiii. i u-1 1 .
Furniture at Colvins. 16 1t o
A number of neighbors gathered at ' UJ
Busche's Tuesdav fnr a hu ....
. ujto aiuner waa prepared and 4
-w. - wm uuuer me trees.
'Mrs. John Davennnrt. miiirnaj cnf
. ...iuiu H1 L
urday after a two weeks' visit at To-
ibuo ana h.ik city.
Mrs. W. L. Dickson called on ir.
FISHER'S BLEND FLOUR 49 LB. SK $2.35
PURE BULK LARD PER LB 18c.
17c. SALE OF GRANITE WARE WILL ALSO CONTINUE
THRU NEXT WEEK
W. C. Burcroff Mercantile Co,
GROCER I ES-FLOUR-FEED-HAY-HARDWA REG ROC ERIESFLOUR-FEEDH
i ir t i - - - .
23c. Doz. Post Paid
CHAS S. WILLS,
ui m Jim
And her golden products, cherished
most in man's infancy and infirmity,
are being hearaldcd through out the
16 1t Jersey World, June 5th to 11th, by
window displays, literature, photo
graphs and also by the assistance of
Siletz was very much surprised when the Extension Service of the American
Jersey Cattle Club.
This week has been proclaimed
"National Jersey Week" in commemo
ration of the past and future develop
ment of the Breed.
(See the local Club's display in the
Toledo Drug Store Window)
She's a wonder in her make-up
She's the gal that fills your cup
Of joy In life worth living
Which prmopts our daily giving
Her the Coveted Crown of Quality
And proclaim her the Foster Mother
(Her product on sale at Mackey's
RAY L. JENKINS, Prop.
UK lis? sS
Reclaimed Kahki Blouses 35c
French Shoes, sizes from 6 1-2 to 8 1-2 $3.85
Larger Sizes at $3.15
O. D. Shirts, Reclaimed, reg. $2.00 Shirt for $1.79
Pup Tents, regular price $2.5 $2.&9
Regu'aion Pack Carriers, regular $1.50 value, at . . .$1.10
Cambray Shirts at 85c
Re-Claimed Kahki Britches $1.00
Dayton Logger Shoes, regular $7.00 shoe for . . ,V',$5.95
Army Soap, per bar l .. .6a
Wool Army Blankets, per pair $2.95
WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH ALL SIZE TENTS
AND CAMP EQUIPMENT.
Toledo. Ore. Tnlerln Unol BMn.
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 Repaired.
Have Your Soles
Sewed on. i
Mail Orders Promptly At-
tended to. ;
DICK WENNER & SON
Shoe machine repair shop
7 EE UNIVERSAL CAR
The Ford Runabout is a Runabout in reality a regular business
messenger, solving the question of economical and quick transporta
tion. The Contractor, Builder, Traveling Salesman, Collector,'
Solicitor, all find the Ford Runabout the most convenient as well as
,the most economical among motor cars. Low in purchase price,'
cost of operation, and low in cost of maintenance. Durable in
service, and useful every day in the year. We solicit your order for
one or more. We ask your patronage in the repair of your car
assuring you of genuine Ford Parts, skilled workmen, reasonable
prices. We know we can satisfy your wants of motor accessories. s
A. T. PETERSON
Local Dealer v v