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About Lincoln County leader. (Toledo, Lincoln County, Or.) 1893-1987 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1922)
ILocal News. .
GARDNER A. baby girl was 'born
dead at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.
F-Gardner on Friday, July 7. At last
reports Mrs., Gardner was getting
along nicely considering the circum
stances. tfr REWARD Fraternity pin, black
enamel shield with monogram; word
Bachelordon under crown; V.P. on
back. Report to Leader Office. 21
I Jack Morgan, of Port'.and, Ore.,
came through Toledo Friday on his
way to SileU where he has timber
Mrs. rimnncy Hawkins of Newport
stopped oc In Toledo on her way home
from Portland and visited with the C.
E. Hawkias family.
LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON, THURSDAY. JULY 13th, 1922.
Mrs. Rachel McCllntock came from
Portland Tuesday evening to visit
with V- . . w . ...
"" paitsiita, mx. ana r , w. uar-
Mts. James Hodges or Elk City ar- son, ana family,
rived here Friday evening for an ex-1
tended visit at the home of her father, .WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT HONOR
Frank Frary. MR9 SOULE.
The local order Women of Wood
Mrs. O'.mstead returned home from'cra" held a social meeting at the Geo.
Corvallis on the Sunday evening ,'Schenck home Wednesday afternoon
train. She has been visiting with her honoring Mrs. Ada Soule, a former
parents in that city for the past member of the local lodge, who Is
month. Visiting her sister, Mrs. Schenck. The
riadlea spent the afternoon socially and
C. S. Ohmart or una is a business onjuyea aamiy reireBnments.
According to C. J. Mcintosh, In
structor of journalism at 0. A. C,
visitor in Toledo this week.
Mrs. E. A. Lytle and children re
i'tm. " viiiiuiuu I o- Buut.wr U k JUUIUUUHIU il L u, A. (J.,
turned Wednesday from Salem, Ore-' who was a Toledo visitor Tuesday, a
gon, where they have been visiting representative of the American Jersey
with relatives and friends for the past cattle Club to be held here on Satur
three weeks. Mrs. E. B. Taylor, moth- day, July 23, E. B. Fltts or E. C. Jamel
er of Mrs. Lytle, accompanied her son, expert dairy extension men at
home and will make an extended visit i the O. A. C. will also bo present ac
here. cording to Mr. Mcintosh.
C. M. Carrel, a member of the Br-' District Deputy Grand Master D. L.
reau of Public Roads, with headquar- Chesley, of the Independent Order of
ters at Portland, was a visitor In To- 0n(J Fellods, was present at tho meet
ledo Tuesday. Mr. Ccrre! was here ln8 of the local lodge Wednesday
gathering highway data and will soon ! evening, and installed the now officers,
make a report to tne state commis-1 Refreshments wer0 served following
8on the business meeting.
Gust Ketola of Lower Slletz was a
Toledo business visitor on Tuesday.
Many times Tanlac has done what
was though to be impossible. It's
worth your trial. Toledo Drug Co.
Complete Btock of Mazda lamps.
W. C. Burcroff Mercantile Co. 21-lt
C. M. Warren. County Court com
missioner, from Rose Lodge, has been
in Toledo for the past several day.
attending the meeting of the cour.
here. He left on the noon train Tues
day for homo.
Dr. Carey, wife and sister of AsU
cr.dla, Ore., wore Toledo visitors Fri
day. According to a reDort Dr. Carnv
m, Hviv..- vihn.i.nn f M,J will open offices in the First National
quami Ore., is visiting at the home of '""JP?' WJ" TJ
hu i, w. itart Howe. I eneral Pcllee of hla Profession and
win also take caw or the Pacific
-Spruce Mill employes, being the phy
sician ror tne compensation Insurance
his nephew, Bert Howe.
J. E. Warren of Toledo drove his
"Hup" to "SchocEor Point" Sunday
and spent the day.
Ira Wade and Bert Howe were y'a-
Itnra In T .rtwnl- fillotv. TllAftrinv HnwA
went fishln' whllo Mr. Wo.d attended Toledo Drug Co.
to real siate uusincss.
D. A. Mclntyro of Newport was in
Toledo MondaV nn J1 hnoinoaa t.l. rr
Is owner of the launch "Florence" a
cabin cruiser of the Yaquina bay, ' He
is offering the launch for sale In the
classified ads of this issue.
We are headquarters for Peters'
ammunition, f;.r bo'h shot?nn and
rifia. W. C. Burcroff Mercantile Co.
Many Toledo Deonln were vlnltnrc. -.
"Schooner Point" beach Sunday. This
Is claimed by many to be the most
Ideal spot for surf bathing and nlrnte
parties to be found anywhere In Ore
gon. Among those who
Schooner Point Sunday from Tnlfdo
hare as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Scott of
tho local Lincoln County Progressive
Stores; Mr. and Mrs. Ca.-l - Glider
sleeve. C. K. Croxnn. Mr T!-i0o.
family, Mr. King, Miss Relmer, Miss
AQaie uraiiam, Lawrence Altree and
family, Bert Howe and family and
many others whnna nimu , ...
- - nw ncia
unable to get.
Think of It! In a few years the
fame of Tanlac has gone round tiie
world. The rensnn la morit i
Toledo Drug Co. 21-lt
erts eaw mill, in nn?scr,ir ..t u
gars this weed's a bo?. TheTouni hcuZmers
mnn in nnoaHnn n.,.iAj t in , UA u customers.
M wwwwu UIU f CU il UIIO 0 UJlU
weighed 7 pounds.
W. E. Llngenfolter, forme. ly of To
ledo but now of Newburg, Oregon, is
a. buainess visitor here this week.
Mrs. Marv Hndcpo nf tmi cti, ,
a visitor at the home of her father,
F. B. Frary, of I'oledo, last week. She
"returned home Monday.
Mrs. Roland Harlan and baby of
South Beach is up vlsftlng'her parents
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. ndoii r- .
The Cook Bros., saw mill men of
Beaver Creek, were TninAn huiim,..
IC lav Nlchnln. nn. nf th n..i
, tors of the Cozy Billiard Parlo'-, wis
caiioa io LieDanon Saturday because
vi me sicuness or nis mother, whose
home Is at that place.
Bay this Cigarette and Saot Money I
f Tli Peoples Meat Market
t WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Z
A NO. 1 MEATS, Fresh and Cured; also FISH A POULTRY Z
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS WITH US FOR CORK F2D DUOS W Z
FEED THEM FOR OUR MARKET
CLEANLINESS OUR MOTTO SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
PHONE 2903 '
TOLEDO, S. R. ANDERSON, Proprietor OREGON ',
The pool and bllllnrrt tohioo at
"Ed's" have mrnlTRd "onanlrlno nmn"
covers this week. A Brunswick man
from Portland did the Job and the ta
mes an nave an appearance of new
ness that makes them entlHnsr tn tho
billiard and pool artist. Mr. Lytle,
the proprietor, also has a new stock
of cies on nana for the convenience
J. B. Booth, cashier of the Llnnnln
Don't wait until venr horse Is stolen ' founty made a business trip to
afore locking the barn door. Protect L60111"01" Saturday In his car. He re-
your health now by taking Tanlac. 'urned to Toledo Sunday.
Thtl Fltlnr? of Slletz was a business
visitor In Toledo Friday.
Mrs. A." M. Burnett, who was In
Mr. Smith Day, who returned her
irom juicnigan last week, has pur-
yvuu vviin in -c3 v v.v- uuj uui-
Jm-e.l by a fall some time ago is lCn8Beii the Geo. Chambers residence
slightly Improved. an1 w"t make his home here,
i Mrs. VA E. Pet
Oakland. Cnl.. whrra thov riii
COZYBILLIABD PARLOR, Nichols and Bain, Pro;rietors ir
1 1 an extended visit at the home of w!
Peterson and friends.
A high class line of cigars, tobaccos, candies.
We also have the bost soda fountain in town, mixed
drinks of all kinds served. Take a carton of ice cream
home with you.
"THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN."
"SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO"
I'-MjRS. SOULE HONORED GUEST. j
Coming Plays at
Fri-Sat. July 14-15, Univer
sal's smashing big spocial
Sun.-Mon. Julv 16.17. Mar.
"CO AND GET IT"
A fast moving melodrama that
lurmsnes inruis ana excitement.
TUESDAY ONLY, JULY 18
DANGEROUS CURVES AHEAD
A domestic comedy drama that
ia a pippin.
Wed.-Thu.. Julv 19.?n n,ict;
Farnum in .
WWWtt t 1i4
'Pli. T.i.j. n i ,j n. .
Aim iuicuu i-jiii nrn nnrv i-mn m a t a
. l. Otli-OUUH ? 1 .
J I i,day alternoon and v;ere entnrtained
. . I in honor of Mrs. Ada E. Soule, Mrs.
, Schenck's sister, who U visaing here.
. J I The meeting was l. the form of a
.Kensington. Dainty lefreshments were
;served by tho haatess. Those present
VOrO the M?Sdn-rinH Frillorl. fc Cnnlar
Havden. Trnmmlltg! .Talronn p.-inm'
4 irnlllna Ppnainnn l'nl...l 01.'..t. '
""""1 iLv-iuti.., j nn u, ociiuiin, All
dcrson. Turner, and Brlsgei1.
"THE PRIMAL LAW"
A thrillincr storv of adventnm
( ana mysxery in tne West.
There is a comedy with each
COMING JULY 21-22
"WAY DOWN EAST"
Save Your Boiler
rCR WASHING CLOTHES AND TRY A
FRUIT COOKER FOR CANNING YOUR
SEE THEM AT
Sherwcod & Hay den
U u. hAWKINS
HWtWHWW I rii
At this season vou mnv finrt it Atr,r,.
I for the table. '
CALL US UP
1 ui We cry ?verythinS 'n Groceries, Fruit and Vege
tables. Complete line of Canned Goods and Dried Fruits.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Everything in Good Gro
ceries. When you buy your Groceries here you get the Good
Quality you want at a price you can afford to pav
A gard and yclW. Your eyes are losing their
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
cvcr nce 25 cents per bottle.
j ' H
1 PORE" P
A THRILLING SPECTACULAR DRAMA
OF THE CANADIAN NORTH WEST
Water Front Market
WHOLESALE i DETAIL
DRESSED A CURED MEAT8
FISH IN SEASON
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR HIDES
WAUGH & MEAKER, Props.
The White Corner Store
We offer you the following Cash Specials, July 15th to July 22nd
1 Pound Package Cocoa, 20c: 1 Dczen Rolls Lunch Pcser, 5c.
Boys Union Suits, Each 40c.; Lunch Klits, $2.50
HALF GALLON JARS EXTRA SPECIAL
R. S. VAN CLEVIS
PHONE 9005 TOLEDO, ORECOJV
INCOLN BOUNTY OANK I
DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
4 Interest Paid on
Time and Savings Deposits
C. E. HAWKINS, President
C. O. HAWKINS, Vice President
J. B. BOOTH, Collier
A. E. HAWKINS, Asat .
i.1.i,l tu i lCtl Mi-H
J COME IN AND GET A TASTE OF OUR ROOT BEER
THE ONLY BARREL IN TOWN
E. A. LYTLE, Prop.
H 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 M I 1 1 I M K HHHHH
til 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 j 1 1 h 1 1 tttit-
I CARRY A FULL LINE f
OF DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CLOCKS,
JEWELRY and SILVERWARE
ALSO A FULL LINE
OF FOUNTAIN PENS and PENCILS
OVER 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS
THE OLD RELIABLE, (Established 1900)-TOLEDO, OR!
4-h-h.m , inn 1 mwww :
' CO TO
Toledo Planing Mills
ror an Kinas or Bulldlna Material. w - ... X
J of Windows, Door, Cass, Rooflng. Roof PrS'r f
We are prepared to do All Kind. f u:n ..". p
T . "" iomet Work.
or. nn & k. k. sts., ToleHn n r
W "? wftUM i
ALSO ONE OF THOSE EXCEEDINGLY
FUNNY JERRY COMEDIES
AND THE WONDERFUL CHAPTER PLAY
"MIRACLES OF THE JUNGLE"
A FINE BIG PROGRAM
THE BEST IN PICTURES AND MUSIC
30 CENTS 10 CENTS
BUILDERS' SUPPLY COMPANY I
JOHN W. ASH, Manager
611 South Second Street CORVALLIS, OREGON
W. carry . Urge stock of hearth and .ante, t... at price, that can't
ba beat we order hi... . 2
s "m xne ractorles. X