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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON
Attorney Oscar Midd!e?:av:rf cf Cor
vailis passed through To'Ja Tu Iny
bound for Nevpo:t wl e l.j v. il:
spend several days at iuo b.aca re
Mrs. J. F. Stewart of Portland
mother of Mrs. P. N. llayden, arrived
on Tuesday evening train for an ex
tended visit here. Mrs. Stewart is
Well known in Lincoln county having
resided here several years ago.
Fred Russell, brother-in-law of J. rt.
Wishart, who formerly owned and op
erated the Toledo Drus store here, Is
in Toledo this week renewing old ac
quaintances. Mr. Resell Is now lo
cated in business In the city of Rose-
See "The Devil" at the Ross Thea
ter Sunday and Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. MoekR and Mr.
and Mrs. K. H. Hayden left Toledo on
the noon train Wednesday bound for
Jerome, Mich. They wi'.l spend some
time visiting friends and relatives
and will later locate in that state. Mrs.
Hayden is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Meeks. Mr. Hayden has been an em
ploye of the Leader office for tho past
several year. He will follow the
printing business in Michigan.
Watch This Space Next Week.
Funny Service ha3 taken K. II. Hay.
den's place ct the Leader offnice and
will be the manipulator of the leden
messengers from now on.
Li; ntenunt Falterson Is somewhat
of a printer himself; at least he has
h'k.'ii the first degree. He knows all
about type li::e.
Mrs. Clias. Roner. wife of Mjvnr
Rcper of Newport, passed through
I cleuo I uesday on her way to Forrest
, Grave whe'-e she was galled by the
suuaen aeatn or a lriend.
Prof. Lloyd L. Epley, A. M, presid
ent of the Philomr.th college, was a
visitor to Toledo Tuesday. Mr. Ep'.ey
came here to investigate and help
promote the forming c a musical clasj
under the direction of Prof. Norton
who has already enrolled several lo
cal s.udents. Prof.Epley stated that
the success of the undertaking here
was far better than expected and that
it mould be 'only a matter of a short
time until an orchestra of considerate
proportions wouCd be receiving re
gular Instructions hero. Prof. Norton
makes his headpuarterg at the Lib
erty theatre cn Mondays and Tuesdays
of each week. Pupils enrolled In this
will get credits for the regular college
course. The lessons consist of vocal,
string and piano.
Miss Marie Peterson left on the
noon train Tuesday for Illinois where
she will make an extended visit with
Mrs. Slierm Bateman.
Don't miss seeing "The Devil" Sun
day and Monday a the Roos Theater.
Mrs. L. S. Williams and children
ro'rrned Tuesday' from Moody where
they were visiting at the home of Mrs.
I Ross Theatre
. . ! -
FRIDAY 'AND SATURDAY "
"The Frontier Of The Stars"
' ,' . with
, THOMAS MEGIHN -
Who played the Crook in "The Miracle Man." He has an
other crook role in this play SEE NEW YORK'S EAST
SIDE. SEE CONEY ISLAND. SEE A FREE BATTLE
in a barropm on the Bowery with such pugs as Kid Broad,
Ole Anderson, "Kiddo" Horton and "Sledghammer" Nally.
A picture that has its beautiful side, too. All will enjoy it.
In a Two-Reel Comedy
"THE FLIC COP"
35c AND 10c
Sunday & Monday
Geo. 'Arliss in "THE DEVIL"
From his famous stage success. : An epoch-making
George Arliss, the greatest exponent of dramatic art
does superb, brilliant, flawless acting in this play YOU
SHOULD SEE IT.
A HAROLD LLOYD COMEDY.
30c AND 10c
COMING "I ACCUSE." Harold Lloyd in "A Sailor-
I Made Man" and Griffith's "WAY DOWN EAST."
WATCH FOR THEM
J. F. Dopplmaier, one of the nur.a
gcrs of the Corvailis Overlan 1 cara
pany, at Ccrvaliis, was here Tuesday
demonstrating the Jev.-eyt aututiiabilo,
for which that firm has the ;.-iiuy.
Mr. Dopplmaier had as his passengers
while demonstrates -tho car A.wrney
G. 13. McCluskey ;.nd Ed. Lytic. II-3
states that be wil! leave it to tliem as
to tli a abilities of the JeweU iO take
the hills of Toledo on hijli.
Olr. Dopplmaier stated that he drove
to Toledo trom Corvailis in tw'J hours
and that he did not change gears once
in ,' he entire distance. The Jewett
is a beautiful five-passenger iar and
13 manufactured by the Vcige people
of Detroit, Mich. He will return here
Friday and Saturday.
G. E. Long and mother from Mon
tana are in this vicinity visiting at
the homa of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Seits.
Mrs. Long Is a s.stor of Mr. Seits.
The Fowler Restaurant is closed for
a period of 10 days and for repair.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Fowler, the pro
prietors, am nlijinlnfr An ntnaMnHUIn
improvement in their popular eating
house. Mr. Fowler and daughter
Thelma are now at Centralia. Wah..
...i .i . . '
nueie may are purcnasmg new fur
niture and fixtures.
Dan Laudenslager made a. trip to
Iind Slough Saturday to the logging
camp at that place. He reurncd home
For men'a and hnv' WMnr oaa
Colvin. 22-lt I
County Agent J. E. Cooter and fam
ily left Toledo Tuesday In their car for
Vachats where they will attend the
two-day celebration at that place
where the fnrn bureau is staging thoir
annual gigantic picnic.
Dr. E. H. Hal! and family moved In
to their new bungalow on the hill
Monday. Mr. Hall must be "built for
speed" as he carin here, decided he
,liked the country, established his
business, purchased lots and built a '
I modern bungalow all In the short pev-
lod of 60 days. His furniture arrived '
I Saturday by truck fr6m Portland: ' Dr.
Hall has a suite nf iwimi n tho Flmt
National Bank buildlne where h la
For Suit Cases see Colvin. 22-lt
For the best In ranges, cook stoves
oil stoves, etc.) see Colvin. 22-lt
For beds, mattresses, springs, etc.,
see Colvin. 22-lt
Mrs. Paul Kuehl of Lower Si'.etz was
a Tolodo business visitor Wednesday.
They are also new subscribers to the
Mrs. Delia Blomberg, school teach
er at Devils Lake, is a visitor in To
lero this week.
For your needs In Aluminum ware,
granite-ware, etc., see Colvin. 22-lt
Raleigh Taylor and C. M. Warren,
eon of Commissioner Warren, are To
ledo visitors this week from Salmon
, THURSDAY, JULY 20ih, 1922.
(Continued from First Page)
that will not be proli:". !;ive.
If that can be dun;, Senator Mc
Nary argues, the bus iidss of farming
wii; be largely stabilized, a result
which the farmers in many Instances
tries to attain by the diversification
of crop, so if one crop fails he can
"oven up" with another. This in turn
serves to simplify the problem of
general crop insurance.
"There is no industry subject to so
many hazards, .and vicissitude as
farming," said the Oregon senator. "A
year's toil and crop investment may
bo destroyed in a night. This .threat
ening possibility Is one of the reasons
that drives farmers to the already
congested citieB, resulting in a condi
tion both uneconomic and fraught with
"The farmer's economic status Is di
rectly dependent upon nature and any
legislation that tends to stabalize his
crop production and minimize his
losses Is worthy of the most studious
Investigation. This has never been
given the attention it merits and I
propose that congress make a thoro
and accurate survey, touching upou
all of the elements Involved."
The committee proposed, consisting
of three senators and three represen
tatives, Is directed by Us terms to
report to congress within six months,
giving its opinion, among other thing?,
as to the practicability of creating a
government crop Insurance bureau.
! Special Sale on barbed wire And
T I poultry netting at Colvins.. - 22-lt
1 1 1 1
TENTS HAVE GONE UP FROM $3 TO $5 BUT WILL
CONTINUE TO SELL AT OLD PRICES HERE UNTIL
RECLAIMED O. D. BLOUSES 95c
RECLAIMED O. D. SHIRTS ....$1.69
RECLAIMED KAHKI BREECHES $1.00
REG. ARMY KAKHI SHIRTS .$1.15
CAMPAIGN HATS $1.25
REG. ARMY HAVORSACK WITH CARRIER ...$1.10
KAHKI BREEOHES $3.25
KAHKI COATS TO MATCH .'$3.50
CAMBRAY SHIRTS 69c
HEAVY BLUE FLANNEL SHIRTS $2.50
MEN'S ATHLETIC UNION SUITS , 88c
UNION SUITS UP FROM 95c
REG. DRESS SHOES $5.50
GOOD WORK SHOES UP FROM $2.90
RUBBER HIP BOOTS $3.85
LEATHER JHERKINS $6.00
ARMY LEATHER WRIST GLOVES 60c
CAMP STOOLS 50c
CAMP CHAIRS 70c
ROAST BEEF 35c
CORN BEEF 35c
WHITE SAILOR HATS 80c
WATER BUCKETS 75C
United Army Stores
Mrs.' Warren Ahworth of South
Beach was at Toledo visitor on Wed
Mr. and Mrs. John Adams of Oak
land Cal. . were visitors at the C. E.
Hawkins home this week. They made
the trio la their Rutomnhllo Mr.
Adams Is a nephew of Mrs. Hawkins.
He is a shoe merchant of the Cali
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Scott of Portland
visited at the homa of their son, E. U
Scott, tbia week. ,
Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Hayden and
family were In Portland last week,
visiting at the home of Mrs. Parents.
I Mr. and Mrs. Peter Frederick and
I daughter are spending the summer at
The Ladies Aid of tho Lutheran
For that wash day outfit see Col
vin. - - 22-lt-
Ed. Stocker, county assessor, and
wife returned from an extended vis
it to Vancouver, Wash., last week.
They made the trip In their car.
J. T. Udell of Chltwood was a bnsl-
ness visitor In Toledo Saturday.
Special sale on 42-plece Dinner Sets
at Colvin's. 22-lt
. .Chas. E. Oliver, formerly of Wa'.d
port, but now located at Taft was a
business visitor In Toledo Wednesday.
Mr. Oliver will be principal of -the
newly organized high school at Taft
the coming school term.
Mr. and Mrs. Al. Wauyh of Toledo
announces the marriage of their
daughter Kathryn Marie, , to Fred N.
Williams of Corvailis on Saturday,
June 3. Mr. Williams Is county club
leader of Linn county and his wife
Is a student at Monmouth college.
The newly weds had Intended keep
ing their marriage a secret until the
bride bad finished college but the news
flna ly leaked out. They were mar
ried at Olympia, Wash., the wedding
being a tripple affair, two Portland
couples having the "knot tied' a' the
Mr. and Mrs. John McCesney ar
rived from Albany Wednesday even
ing. Mr. McChesney has Just return
ed from the northern nart nf iha uiAin
I j where he Is building a $20,000 school
; house. He has contract work here
I I that is under course of construction
Mrs. G. C. Doan of Salem left Tues.
day for her home after a visit here
at the home of her mother, Mrs. And
rews, and other relatives.
Mrs. Flora Johnson, sister of ' Mr.
Newkirk and Mrs. Andrews of this
city, left today for her home in Salem
after an extended visit here.
1L i. .1
They are COOP!
(Continued from Page 1)
'em" by hitting him twice in his last
two trips to the p'.ate.
That fellow Wren' may have forgot
ten hof to pitch but he still has his
"big show' batting eye. He connect
ed for a three-bagger and a two-bagger;
Score by Innings:
Waldport, 100 400 000 5
Toledo 106 910 4x 22
. Waldport. .
- AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Star, ss. 6 1 1 1 2 2
Richards, 2b........ 5 0 2-2 ,1 2
Reiley,- lb 6 0 2 6 0 0
Wren, p. 6 0 2 0 2 0
Walker, 3b 4 0 0 3 1 2
Glines, cf 4 10 0 0 0
Hendricks, If. 4 1. 1 1 0 0
C. Hunter, c 6 1 0 9 1 0
H. Hunter, rf 3 1 0 2 0 0
Spence, p 1 0 .0 0 0 0
41 b 8 24 9 6
'AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Service.- cf. 6 2 4 0 0 1
Gather,' ss. ...6 4 2 3 3 0
Vandecoverlng, 3b. . 5 4 2 -1 0 1
Bain, c 4 4 1 17 0 1
Center, rf 6 1 10 1 0
Weeks, if. ........ 4 2 3 1 0 0
Hammond, lb 6 12 4 1 0
Weaver, 2b.- 6 1 0 2 2 2
Hall, p. 6 3 4 1 3 0
46 22 1 27 10 6
. Summary Earner runs, Waldport
1, Toledo 12; first base on errors, To
ledo 6, Waldport 6; sacrifice hits, Van
decoverlng, Weeks; stolen bases, Ser
vice, Bain, Weeks,- Hammond, Weaver,
Three base hits, Wren; two-base hits,
Center, Weeks 3, Hammond; Wren;
struck out, by Wren 4, by Spence 4,
!by Hall 16; base hits, off Wren, 9 in
4 innings, off Spence 10 in 4 innings,
off Hall 8 in 9 inning' ; base on balls,
off Wren 1, off Hall 2; hit by pitched
ball, by Spence3, by Hall 1; left on
btses, .Toledo, 7; Waldport 7. .
PROGRAM FOR THE WEEK
AT THE MIDWAY, NEWPORT
Fri-Sat, July 21-220. W. Griffith's
"WAY DOWN EAST
Full musical score played by the or
chestra on Friday evening.
Matinee each day at 2 p. m. Price
Sunday and Monday, July 2324
the greatest racing play aver produced.
It is far batter than "CHECKERS."
LON CHANEY IN
"THE ACE OF HEARTS"
The aca was tht symbol of death and
tht man and girl whom It threatened
could not se.m to escape It
Wednesday-Thursday, July 26-27
The second number of
"THE LEATHER PUSHERS"
The greatest sport picture out. There
Is another great Western with HOOT
"THE THREE MUSKETEERS"
Vt "59 I ! v. Into which V
Mfcisi J' ttliS whole towr lauubr.-t. The" Vi
t-lig bis red monmt. fi.j. y,
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
ALSO THE INTERNATIONAL NEWS
Latest Doings of the World and a Good Laughable Comedy
THE LIBERTY THEATRE
The Best in Pictures and Music
30c ALWAYS 10c
DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
4 Interest Paid 0:1
Time and Savings Deposits
C. E. HAWKINS, President
C. O. HAWKINS, Vice President
J. B. BOOTH) Cashier
A. E. HAWKINS, Asst. Cashier
I CARRY A FULL LINE
OF DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CLOCKS,
, JEWELRY and SILVERWARE
ALSO A FULL LINE
OF FOUNTAIN PENS and PENCIL8
OVER 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER .
HC. El. PETERSON
THE OLD RELIABLE, (Established 1900), TOLEDO, OREGON
Toledo Planing Mills-
For all kinds of Building Material. We carry a Complete Line Z
of Windows, Doors, Glass, Roofing, Roof Paint & Building Paper, f
We are prepared to do All Kinds of Mill Work 4 Cabinet Work.
t Cor. 4th & R. R. Sts., Toledo. Oregon
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i! BUILDERS' SUPPLY COMPANY
JOHN W. ASH, Manager
11 8011th Second Street
I We carry a large stock of hearth- and mantel tile at prices that can't f
be beat we order direct from the factories.
1 1 Church will meet with Mr T A An-
4'fiK'K-K-i4fi'44i44W'4-f'ti'-4:-vidursen, Friday, July 21t, at ' o'clock.