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About Lincoln County leader. (Toledo, Lincoln County, Or.) 1893-1987 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1922)
Lively Ball Came Between Kern
ville and Up-River Teams;
Footraces, Tugs-of-war; and
Other Appropriate Features.
Kernville, July 6th, 1922. About
150 people turned out to see and par
ticipate In the games at Scott's Flld
yesterday. It was a fine, sociable,
sporting crowd; and its enthusiastic
participation in field events mads I'm
Say a continuous series of pleusan ,
thrillB. Most of the men contributed
generously to pay for the ice cream,
which wan dlnhftd nut freely and ran.
erously. A goodly surplus fund was
distributed In Drizes for various a'h-
letic events. The first prize winners
were: Venere Koskl Benny Gertula..
Anna Koskl, Sid Combest, Mrs. Ward
Nicholas. Guv NeUon. Fannla Koskl.
John Dixon. Beulah Ballard and Ber-
nard Finke. The ladies provided "oae
wonderful picnic dinner," which for-
tlfled their eallantR for the afternoon
The Kernvf.le nine lost again to the'
Fishermen in the most exciting base--
ball game of the season. There were
notable changes in both line-ups,
evidence that the fishing season is
near at hand. Johnnie Dixon and Clar-
ence Rinnon turned out with their
nets, end Clyde Morris drifted down
to join the rest of the Fishes and in
cidentally to show the mlllmen how
the game is played. On the other side,
Bud Knight took a filer in lumber,
aided and abbetted by four other new
"sawdust" eaters, Bernard Finke,
Guy Nelson, and
Dixon, pitching for the Fish Eaters,
allowed only 6 hits in the first 6 inn-
lngs; at the beginning of the 7th the
score stood 9 to 2 in his favor. After
that the mlllmen found him, so much
so that in the first half of the 9th the
score was tied, 12 to 12. Due to an i
. . . teasing fragrance of made-ln-Oregon
parfum, powders and talcs soft as eider-down,
face creams these and other toilet requisites
Many tried and tested medicinal preparations
and articles sold at your druggist's ara manufac
Druggists who are community upbuilders
carry these Oregon Quality products. Look for
the Oregon label when you buy. Encourage
pay-rools. Keep the workers busy. BUY ORE
CON PRODUCTS ON MERIT!
Buy Oregon made products at your drug
gist's. ASSOCIATED INDUSTRIES OF OREGON
702 Oregon Building, Portland, Oregon
These Oregon industries make Oregon Products you
can buy at your drgugist's and other stores. Ask for them,
parfum, pomters and talcs soft as e'derdown
American Soda Works
Blumauer-Frank Drug Co.
Cotolze Products Co.
Clarke,. Woodward Drug Co.
Dennos Food Co.
Fag-O-San Seles Co.
Flynn, Chas. I. Co.
Gardner Cigar Co.
Glemco Products Co.
Qets Jt Soap Co.
Goelltz Cnn1y Corn
Goo. E. WIghtman Co.
oversight on the part of Charley To- Sacrifice hit Dixon. Umpire, Prick
berer, the scorekeeper, (who was so ett.
elated over his son's home run that
j he forgot to count 1'.) the impressiou After the ball game the married men
held, when the Fishermen came to
bat in the ninth, that the mlllmen had
a lead of 12 to 11. Rinnon scored on rled men, who outweighed their op
Nlchols' hit really winning the 0ame, ponents by a considerable margin;
but under the general misunderstand- but the single men came out with the
ing, he play continued. There were
two out and three on bases; and It
looked as though the three were go
ing to die there. Red Glaser keyed
his bass voice up to a mezzo-soprano
pitch and began a war-dance to a tune
that attributed to the opposition pitch
er a multitude of physical deformities.
The Fishermen believes him ; while
the Kernville contingent vociferously
opined that there was a hole in Koski's
Dat- The FlBh titers were rignt:
Finke blew up, and walked in the run.
Score by Innings:
Kernville .. 10001032 612
Up-River ... 21221121 214
KERNVILLE AB. R. H. PO.
Finke, ss., p 5 3 3 1
Wheeler, c, 3b .... 6 1
Kaight, 2b 3 2
Combest. 3b, c .... 5
McNally, lb 6
Nelson, p., ss
B. Morrison, rf
E- Morrison, cf. .... 6
Stevens, If. 4
Totals 46 12 17 2 3
UP-RIVER AB. R. H. PO. A.
Dixon, p. .
Mitchel, 3b 6
C. Toberer, ss 6
A. Toberer, If 6
Koskl, cf 3
Muno, rf 3
Totals 43 14 11 27 11 8
SUMMARY Left on bases, n.ern-
vtlle 8, Up-River 9; 1st base on errors
Kernville 6, Up-Rlver 2. Base on balls
off Dixon 3, off Nelson 3, off Finke
4. Hit by pitched balls by Dixon 4. i
Struck out by Dixon 10, by Nelson 5,
by Finke 6. 2 base hits Finke, Nelson
2, Dixon. 3-base hit, Nelson. Home
run Al Toberer. Stolen bases, Rin-
non, Nichols 4, C. Toberer, Koskl.
Gray, McLean & Percy
Crystal Ice & Storage Co.
Hazelwood Ice Cream Co.
La Gran Marca Cigar Co.
Luckel, King & Cake Soap Co.
Lang & Co. Candles
Mt. Hood Ice Cream Co.
Mt. Hood Soap Co.
Mutual Creamry Co.
NeBtle's Food Co.
challenged the single boys to a tu go-
war. The betting all favored the mar-
long end of the rope.
The last event of the afternoon was
an outboard motorboat race, in whlcu
Carl Toberer and Clyde Morris took
the lead, and made a thrilling race.
Carl got a start of half a length and
crept ahead on the stralght-at-way;
but, in attending to a slight engine
trouble he got off the course. At the
turn Clyde cut In on him, narrowly
missing a collision, and they started
down the home stretch together. Carl
had his motor righted by now, and ne
fed her the gas, nosing out a boat
length in the lead.
Wost of the ptcnlcers adjourned
from the field to Brady Buckner's
hall, where they danced till morning.
Q. FRANK GLASHR.
OLSON LOSES TO TED
THYE IN HARD
ALBANY, J,;y 6. The wrestling
match last night between Ted Thye
and Charlie Olson nearly ended in a
fight between the sympathisers of the
two men after Thye, in the ninth
round, caught Olson off his guard ( hcd he wag thorougnly convince.l
and by tossing him on his head h , hort oI hay.
knocked him out. Cries of 'Dirty " , tt , ton3nile tUe heavv.
"Dirty" were heard throughout the Toledoy buncn. aftcr they nad
arena. Oscar Butler who threw Vance 0Und8ed hlm for a tota, of a2 hUs ana
on Tuesday nighty was loud in his de.Pettl therefromi ne,ped by a few
nouncement of Thye and offered to- 8 tota, of j4 J He retired
take Olson's place for the finish of , he'end f 4n ,nn,
Olson was game though, and after1
. . " ... . ,
but Thye, now thorough'.y aroused,'
went at him like a tiger and in two
minutes of the next round, clamped
of the match. Olson was too
to continue and the match was given
The fall which caused tho trouble' Newt Center, who played an excel
came in the ninth round when the lnt game at first base Sunday in the
men rolled Off te mat and lay Kirk,
the referee, told them to get back on,
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Pacific Coast Cone Co.
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Both men got to their feet and start
ed for the middle of the mat, buf Just
as they reached the middle Tliye turn
ed and seized Olson by the arm and
lifted him completely off the mat and.
droppsd him on hl3 head, then by
clamping on a s.issors downed him.
.i's".- vai knocked out though by '.he
fal1 on hls nead- and nad t0 be Parried
off the mat, so the fall did not count
Oscar Butler offered to finish the
match for Olson, and yelled at Thye
"I'd like to see you try that oa me."
Thye smiled and answered, "Nothing
would please me more."
The match was to have been fif
teen rounds of six minutes each, ana
up to the ninth when the fall occurred,
the honors were about even, with the
exception that Tbyo seemed to ba the
nioie aggressive, and was also plainly
the more confident and experienced of
the two. Albany Herald.
(Continued from Page 1)
, ud the slab work for his team mate3
at this stage and had he not walked
s-oreless for the
,,, m,,,i ,
ers were unaDo to ao anytir.ng witn
l-.ls offerings, getting only two singles
U 1. V. vnA.inJ
absence of Jack Hammond, batted Ills
way into the lead of his teammates by
getting three hits out of five times at
bat. Newt has only played In thre
eamcs and is cfrtalnly handling f..
big stick in excellent mauncr 15 times
end has succeeded In getting 7 safe
hits, three of them being doubles.
Louie Bain, pld-truaty ..behind the
bat, had a" corisiderab'is handicap hang
ing over him In Sunday's game. In thp
pame at Newport the Fourth he re
ceived a speedy one on hte Index fin
ger that tore the flesh considerably,
and this had not healed for Sunday's
.t!2ns"ii, nrsi Daseman tor mu in-
dlans. had a perfect day at bat Sun
J day, only two times at bat counting
against him and ne has as many nits
to his credit.
The score Is as follows:
Score by Innings:
Siletz .... 0 0 0 0 0 0
Toledo . . 2 4 2 6 1 0
0 3 03
0 0 x 14
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
! Thompson, If . . .
!Albertson, 3b., p.
ticiicnger, 3d i
iUmattata, 3d 0
33 3 6 24 6 7
AB. R. H. PO.
J 'Service, cf 6
Galther, ss 4
Bain, c. ...
40 14 14 27 11 3
Summary Stolen bases, Service 4,
Bain, Center, Roddy , Hall, Lant,,
Goodell and Bellenger; sacrifice hits,
Vandecovering 2, Bai and Gatther;
left on bases, Toledo 7', Siletz 6;
earned runs, Toledo 8, Siletz 1;
struck out, by Hall 10, by Adams 4,
by Goodell 4; inninglngs pitched,
I 'by Hall 9, by adams 4, by Goodell 4;
J 'two base hits, Service, Center; Wild
T pitches, Adams 3; Hit by pitched ball,
;by Hall 3; Walked by Hall.
X I FOR SALE 4 Head of horses, 4 to 7
years old, all broke; and heavy 3
Bain wagon; Inquire of W. D: Fores
ter, Toledo, Oregon. 21-2t
FOR SALE One acre of land In Run
Bottom; house, barn and chicken
yards; Inquire of Box 282, Toledo,
Oregon. -Must sell because of wife's
health and move to hlghor climate.
A bargain. 21-3t
NOTICE TO HOUSEWIVES
FOR SALE? Candle select eggs from
the Olalla Poultry farm are belpg
handled by the Glldors'.ecve Cro
cery. This guarantees you a 100
per cent perfect product. Call for
them when ordering. 20-4t
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NOTICE TO BIDDERS
The school board of School District
No. 47, of Siletz, Oregon, wishes to
receive bids tor painting three school
houses and out-buildings in said dis
tr.'ct. Bids 'o be opened at Postuftioe
at Siletz, Oregon, on Saturday, July
15. District will furnish paint.
E. E. COLVIN,
Clerk. 20 2t
cad e a t it
FOR SALB-fjtijuvy luaui, sound and
"in bbii cneap ir taken soon.
Box 371, Toledo, Oregon. 20-2t
F(18ALE-C0Wi ln('ulr8 at Leader
FOR SALE 20 acres of Timber land;
some bottom; $25 per acre, unlimit
ed range. Write T. Hennessey, To
ledo, Oregon. 19-4t
FOR SALE A fine milk cow, fresh
. $46.00 if taken soon. .Carl Tan
gen, Toledo, Ore. 19-3t
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, 17102 Fell 8t, San Fran
Cisco, California. 16-5t
FOR SALE From 1 to 28 acres Just
outside city limits at reasonable
price, see M. C. Miller or address,
Box 113, Toledo, Oregon, 18-5t
FOR SALE From 1 to 28 acres Just
outside city limits at reasonable
price, see McMillan or address, Bx.
113, Toledo, Oregon. 17-5t
FOR SALE Team of mules, gentle,
good and true workers, weigh about
2000 IbB., doublo harness, light wa
gon with bed and extra bolster
springs, everything in first class
shape and condition. This is more
of nn outfit than vhnt I need and a
bargain for someone. Call or ad
dress, John Stelgen, Toledo, Ore.,
Hot 105. 20-3t
FOR 8ALE in Toledo, Oregon, slk
lots each 50 x 100 feet and nous
under construction in front of HlRh
..School. Will sell cheap for cash;
or give good terms. Apply to F. E.
8chmldt, 1710a Fell St, San Fran
cisco, California. 16-tf
4Q ACRES Near Toledo; State Road;
Mutual phone; daily mail. Good ft
room house, good newt barn, or
chard; soma timber. Good bargain.
Inquire at Leader office. 13-tf
ONE AUTO-KNITTER FOR SALlSl
33 1-3 off. Address Box 384, To
ledo .Oregon. 21-2t
FOR SALE The launch "Florence",
a cabin cruiser, 28 foet by 8 feet 4
Inch beam; 10 H.P, Campbell en
gine; Inquire of Dr. D. A. Mcln'.yre,
Newport, Ore., oppo. P. O. 21-4t
FOR SALE 101.64 acres of land. 40
acres level, excellent beaver dam
land; some Umbo.1; railroad on
place. Price $1500, cash or torms.
Inquire Dr. D. A. Mclntyre, New
Private Office for Examinations
F. M. French A Sons
Optometrists and Opticians
Albr.ny, . Oregon
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DICK WF.NNER & SON
Shoe machine repair shop
Chiropractor, Is now located at the
Hot. Sea Bath house, Newport, Oreg.
Special Rates till July 1. 18-4t
FORESTRY EXHIBITORS NOTICK.
Anyone wishing to make an exhibit
of wood work or forestry at the com
ing Lincoln county fair will be ad
vised by Allen Mayhew, superinten
dent of forestry, of what to exhibit
and how to make their entry. Ad
dress P. O. box 466, Toledo. Oregon.
or Call at Roberts Mill.
20-tf . A. MAYHEW
FOR SALE 1 team mules, 8 and 9,
well broke and Eentle; wt. 2600;
toam, wagon and harness; price
$300.00. A great bargain. Inquire
of C. F. Mock, Box 28D, Toledo, Ore
WANTED IBoy of 16 wants position
on farm, any kind of work. Call at
Leader office. Tom Dixon. 21-2t
$100 COMMISSION to anyone making
a sale of the acreage at Caledonia
belonging to Mrs. W. Scarth, 654
Halsey Street, Portland. 20-4t
FOR SALE "C Melody Saxaphone,
ellver finish in first class condition
inquire Leader Office. 21-lt
FOR SALE CHEAP or Exchange 3
cottages 38 lots; some household
goods; 40 fine chickens; In Pacific
Vlow near South Boach, P. O. Will
take small place away from coast
or small business, good car, or any-
ming i can use. Make me nn of
fer; soe or write Mlrs. N. A. Hum.
fleet, Pacific View, South Deach,
FOR RENT Store Room on Hill
Street, I. O. O. F. Building. See Car:
Dr. Ernest H. Hal
First National Bank Building
Phons 1108 Toledo, Ore.
FIRE, LIFE, HEALTH 4 ACCIDBft
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Office In First N. B. Bldg.
Professional Engineer In the Staf
of Oregon, Topography work, Clvl
Engineering and Sub-Divlalon won
A. J. McMillan, Toledo, Oregon
. Hill St., Toledo, Oregen
Ask about eur
$1.60 PER DAY RATES
Best established eating place In
. J. FOWLER, Prop.
TOLEDO LODGE NO. 108, I. O. O. F.
meets every Wednesday evening.
Visiting Brother always Welcome.
L. B. Wlswell, N. G, .
Carl GllrfnlMva. San.a
port, Ore., 21-4t