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About Lincoln County leader. (Toledo, Lincoln County, Or.) 1893-1987 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1922)
LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 13th, 1922.
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Blue Chambray Shirts 69c.
Bathir.g Trunks 35c.
Regulation Army 0. D. Wool Shirts $1.69
Regulation Army Khaki Breeches 1-00
Barrack Bags 50c.
Aluminum Canteen Cups (Quart Size) 23c.
Army Aluminum Mess Kits 35c.
Army Folding Water Buckets 75c.
B. V. D. Union Suits 33c.
Khaki Work Coats 35c.
Army Two-Man Pup Tents $2.59
Regulation Army Pack Carrier with Haversack $1.10
We gnt From 3 1-2 to 4 1-2 lbs. Size 69x83
Officers Dress Shoos $5.CD
Officers All Leather Puttees From $3.50 to $5 30
A Good Heavy Work Shoe $2.90
New Hip Rubber Boots $3.83
Atmy Bacon, 12 lb. Tins. Best Grade $2.45
Army Roast Beef. 2 lb. Tins 35c.
Corn Beef : 35c.
Velvet Tobacco, 2 Cans " 25c.
fa Tents All Sizes
Made of Best U. S. Standard 29 Inch duck
We Have the Largest and most Complete Stock in
LINCOLN COUNTY Our Prices are the Lowest
7x7 8 oz. 3 ft. wall $5.80
8x10 8 oz. 3 ft wall 9.00
10x12 8 oz. 3 ft. wall 11.00
12x14 8 oz. 3', ft wall 15.75
12x16 8 oz. 3'2 ft wall 17.20
7x7 10 oz. 3 ft. wall $8.35
8x10 10 oz. 3 ft. wall 11.15
10x12 10 oz. 3 ft. wall 13.80
12x14 10 oz3'2ft wall 19.50
12x16 10 oz 3y2ft wall 21.50
Any Other Size Wanted We Have Them.
Auto Tents 7x7 $8.55 9x7 $10.10
Camp Stools Made of Heavy Canvas 50c. and 75c.
Camp Chairs, Made of Heavy Canvas, 70c. and 95c.
Army Folding Cots (New) Extra Heavy Canvas $3.95
Special Attention Given to
UNITED ARMY STORES
Toledo Hotel Building
. SWEET BRIAR
Contributions are solicited from res
idents pt Jhis community by your cor
respondent. News Items, notes of
general interest, and constructive
criticisms will be welcomed.
Sweet Briar Civic Club held Its reg
ular monthly meeting on July 2nd. A
fair number of members and visitors
were present. A welcome supplement
to the usual good dinner was a gener-
supply o( Ice cream,
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coast counties to emerge) from Its
bottled up condition, there is ncre or
less interest taken in the prospect of
driving through the entire length of
that county by automobile.
The afternoon conference was pre
sided over by B. F. Jones, of Newport.
Ore., when the Roosevelt highway was
having been placed in a good humor
i the topic, and the speakers were Col
by the refreshment we
nterest to an excellent Program which , count Fred ABaenhelraer of
Was under the direction o( Mrs. Annie , w , Kyle and Coun-
IRomtvedt. Among the numbers which d c p of coun.
were well rendered and much enjoyed J R DlckirMloni of Lincoln
n'ara Dnot hir Mrs J. W. KflPflrR Ann I w ' .. ...
Im. mr.i k county; H. T. Bona and Koine w.
i" ""' ', . a a . tT. Watson of Tillamook county, and mem
M, h L"8;nad bpr. of a delegation from Clatsop
ing by Mrs. Hunh Murray; guitar solo ,cuu"1
,Dy , ;,Y, ' 1 . ,1m Z1 The party saw unsuspected and
by Miss Alice Murray i patrlo ic songs H, ' h h c coun.
by the audience and of especial inter- h f g,xea river. North of
est a violin solo entitled A Broken south f Ban(Jon arfl wd
airing uy ouimin finv..Br 1n nrnfnslnn and travel over
program Fred Komtvedt, presl-, . . . . ,
ook the chair ana "... . ,., ,,,, Ac
within six miles of Corbin. the result
nf efforts of residents of Coos and
Curry counties in raising road funds
World's Scenic Route
23 Bars Swlffs Whlte Soap for $1.00
23 Bar Polar White Soap for $1.00
Shredded Wheat, per Packags 13c.
Old Dutch Cleanser, per Package 10c.
Old Dutch Cleanser, Per Dozen $1.05
Rex Pure Lard 5 $1.10
Rex Pure Lard 10 ....$2.10
Puritan Pure Leaf Lard 5 1.15
Puritan ' " " " 10 2.15
Crlsco V2 39o.
Crlsco 3 77c-
Crlsco 6 $1.51
W. C. Burcroff Mercantile Co,
dent of the club
presided over the business meeting.
Matters of interest to the community
were brous'ut up and discussed. Re
giet was expreiseu tint. u ua.o . . isg . of he, supDlled ,
lcctod to extenu nn invitauon " county by the Oregon state GROCERIES-FLOUR-FEED-HAY-HARDWARE-GROCERIES-FLOUR-FEED-H
County Agent and Mrs. C.-oret, as oirm(slon steenmiIe9
v.-ell as Farm Bureau ofucers and ' ,7.. . , r ,.,
others interested in the advancement "l v
of this community and of Lincoln , South f port 0rford the RooOTTeM
County, to attend any and I all of our curyes a,on h
meetings We trust that friends will s h f , pc 0rIord har
v b t with us and help us to a solution l" ? ... ,,, ,
01 tne problems wmcn couironi ua. ; f completed hl(;,nvay, finished
: Projects which deserve andnqoli Dropping down at Cirbln
our undivided support are: Fencinj iotor,Bta obtained a view of the
l ie scuoo. ,uru, " ,-Z"i 'oce-.n from sea level. Following on
the planting cf shrubs, vines, f.owers, .nty,m.TA era Mlnngln; vlnw, of th
Humbug mountain, with about ten
southward were changing views of the
etc , p ping water to the school house sea greater he,ghta flnd then
ana placing uie nauio ui u.o . ,,.,, ... . fBW .. nnrth
house so that passeraby may know the f Rogue rlveri before they reached
identity of the community. Lack of
jfundB and time are excuses In delay
ing these worth while enterprises
Wedderburn and Gold Beach.
South of Gold Beach there is just
road," and it is not a very good one.
"P ' ; . ..... ...11 I ruu, mm ll io a ,ci; &uuu uuo,
which can bo overcome now as well,, ve mM intervene betweeu
'as five or ten years from now, A . ,, (k. r.u.i, m.
; splendid program Is assured for our
Gold Beach and- the California
near Brooking Four and a
r . , , , , . . . JK njt lira I NLnjiiiiB i' iufl auu
next meeting wheh is to be arranged . hlh however. is unoe.
and directed by Mrs. J. u i nomas. way fpw mleg B&uth of Go,d Beach
Miss Bess e Brigham of Toledo . has fnanced b tne Btate hlghway depart-
linon ar.flin.il to teacll tllB SWOet Brilr . . : J j,
.V " , Mi., ti.i. meni ana is me most uuiiluii. 01 any
I school this com ng year. Miss Brig-1 congtrucflon Jobg , the gtate The
horn Is a graduate of tne Toledo Hlgl . t h fl splendid views of the ocem
School and has been in attendance at , ton of th(Jse 45 mes
I the Oregon Normal this .ast year. She but n(yt ftg man M when the 8tate
comes to us high.y recommended and ,,,hln mmiinn MmniiP lt
comes to us nigu.y rBuommuuuou hl,bmv nommlsslon
wo congratulate ourselves upon navmg ' .
secured her eorvlces. Miss Gladys
T. V. - ....tl.mttn. Ihn DnnDOvaV I
. , , 1 lilt, iiUBOiuiiiiirD u. ..uwo.&.vi
Koch of Prinevillo will teach the east h was thorougn;y xpiafned to 4
oMa dnlinnl nf rilatl-ld 10. r 1 .. . j .t J.
the gneats In the expedition, and they
are certain to be Impressed with the
Ride school of district 10,
We all miss the presence of Mr.
and Mrs. A. H. McRitchie who have arrangements.r,alIy Newg,
gone 10 Vancouver, 1. . 'w"0
We understand that they have gone
Into business in that city.
Mr. Thurlo Tompkins of Hood River
has been a guest at the J. W. Rogers
home recently. Other interesting and
interested visitors at the same place
are the three children of Mrs. Carl
Niederer of Portland.
Why? aBks a contributor, do we
raise hogs? He goes on to say that
they only consume valuable foods such
n nxnenalvo mill feeds and skim milk
which can bo converted Into valuable j
T human iooas sucn as rniu, cunugo
2 1 cheese, etc. Is the answer found In
the fact that we like bacon and ham?
4 As Rudolph Thompson once fittingly
" ' i I 4iT V n naa T'tn attar "
i , reiuurncu, , lis uio uidio
WILL BE AT THE
J I The same .contributor asks other
T '..rihi nnKoMnni' Wlhv rniRS wire
grass? it has no commercial value,
'why raise evergreen black berries?
Their va'.ue depends upon their use by
moonshiners who are a nuisance and
menace and may ".and behind the bars
I some fine day. He might find many
! other problems of which to remind us
and will doubtless do so.
j ROCK ORELK.
One of the county tractors and
graders came over Saturday and did
some much needed work on the Steer
: Creek hill and road along Htti3 Ro-k
Creek. J. M. Reeder manipulated the
J grader and Clurenne Ofstedahl
I. . rm -lU 1
iirncior. iiiey uiu u kuuu juu.
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M;rs. Barbara Blosser of Hubbard,
is visiting her two eons 1 ere, Chas.,
Mr. and Mrs. Eglund and gon, Har
old, of Portland, visited their old home
here, and spent 1 tho Fourth of July
with J. M. Reeder and family.
Road supervisor Southwell and
county engineer Porter made a flying
trip up this way last Sundcy.
Jullua Miller of Dallas, formerly a
resident of this neighborhood, is vis
iting at the home of G. H. Horsfall.
The people of Rock Creek and vi
cinity celebrated! Independence Day
by holding a picnic at Blosser's bridge.
A nice program was arranged by Miss
M. L. Hampton, which consisted
mainly of recitations and music. All
did their parts well, but the piano
muBlc rendered by Miss Beryll Blos
ser, several recitations by Mrj. Vel
I ma Towsley, and some old fashioned
'tunes on the violin by Henry Luthso
Jur.- worthy -of special mention. Ice
cream and plenty of good "eats"
' were served and evory one had a good
City To Build Dam.
At the regular meeting of the coun
cil. Monday, July 3, bids were opened
for the construction of the dam to be
built, on Will creeic.. All bids submi'.t-
ed were tar in excess of the estimates
of engineers and the city dads reject
Mil ui' ii. i h mil! will now be con.
structed by the city Itself, under the
direction of City Engineer McMillan
and Mr. Hammond, of the Pacific
Spruce Corpoi'idon. Mr. McM Jn
has recently returned from a trip to
Salem where he consulted with the
state forestry department, the state
engineer and also the state health de
partment in regards to tho dam. He
will receive the cooperation of all
three of the3e departments, the for
estry department to grant the city all
rights necessary for the dam site, the
state engineer to inspect the construe
tion work and the state health depart
mnt will take care af the sanllar.
Mr. Ward Mayer came befon the
council and asked that delay be made
in awarding tho paving contract fcr
the street in front of the postoffice
until he could get data for the laying
of concrete. Mr. Mayer believa.'i ill p.
concrete will be much, more duidb!
(or this particular Job ti.an tho pld:
of putting in asphalt withcut the nv
Outside of the regular routine o
business and a few minor matters thr
above was what was accomplished a
the meeting. The next regular meet
ing of the council will be hold on Mr,
day, July 17th.
,1 vvurrn i.ioui;nuy ui iMiuyvme
I was brought to Toledo Tuesday by
Deputy Sheriff M'.-Elwaln and examin.
; ed before Judgq James as to his san-
lity. It is expected that he will be
committed to tho asvlum at Salem.
Don't Forget !
Saturday and Sunday
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