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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON. FRIDAY, MARCH 28th, 1919
T PACE ?OUR 1 P r-s rinnn ALMOST GIVING THE GOODS AWAY SALE Will Continue all Next Week 1 DONT BLAME US IF YOU DON'T "GET IN BEFORE IT IS ALL CONE ON SOME OF THESE GOODS WE ARE ASKING JUST ENOUGH MONEY FOR THEM TO ..... SAY WE ARE SELLING. INSTEAD OF GIVING THEM AWAY JUST IMAGINE Ladies' Shoes at 48c per pair THE REASON FOR THIS REMARKABLE PRICE IS THAT WE JUST BOUGHT THE HOLES THE LACES GO THROUGH AND THE REST WAS GIVEN TO US WE HOPE WE WONT BRING ON A CASE OF HEART FAILURE IF WE OFFER YOU LADIES' all Wool Coats at 98c WE DID PAY FOR THE BUTTONS ON THESE AND TOP THE REST WHEN THE MAN WASN'T LOOKING WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF MEN'S COLLARS. INCLUDING THE ARROW BRAND Any Style--At 6 for 60c' Mens Stand-up Collars at 4 for 25c Our sale on Mens Suits and Overcoats at $18.98 Ends April 5th, the sale on collars ends March 31st Don't Fail TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF A GOOD THING. WHEN YOU GET IT AT Newport COTTON'S Newport CEOARRY COMMANDS EASTERN DIVISION "SEES NO SHORTAGE : OF FARM NITRATES PINKY DAINTINESS" iff SUMMERY VOILES . Gen. ThomaK Barry. if jer3Tmhr: ' 1 1 irV,'.?'l"BF 1 in mm hi mmmi i Miw.um , or i i 1 ..aw - """ n f ; u viit - Etcii though the government 1 jT ''-' ' 4 has commandeered 42,000 tone ot i T:'W; 'i . -f; j nltratei Intended (or the farmer t J! j ; . 4 of the United States, there win I y v ' "i. "4 f mill be sufficient for ell demand. j If V ' V il , by the time aprlng breaka la the ! f , S7 ' f ' , v ' i ! l; optimistic report of C. H. Mc- w7 Vr. l 'V Dowell. director of the chemical ' l ? ' - .$ w :f division of the War Industrial '- ' "I'll' IJoarfl- 1 V' ir; K 1 ' i Yl Major General Thoma H. Jlarry, U. S. A., will advance to the post held by the lute General J. Franklin Bull in command of the Eastern Division of the United etatea army. General Barry Is one of the most popular commnnder In our arniy; PRIZE BEEF NOW HOBNOBS WITH BANKERS 1 1 t V4 WsklMl fV.-!-.'!, pMVs Wfifhxnz ? via Thl Is a literal "bull In a china shop " It la "Prince Hoover," trrnnd champion stet-r of the Nullonnl Hoof Show, on a little calling tour. Prince Hoover Is here soon visiting In the ofllce of Preildoil Cyrus P. Brosn of the First Nntlonul lltmk in 8. Paul. Minn. Prince lloover wis purrhused by tliis InsUlutka und donutvd 19 a war fund C9tnmlUe aa a money-getler.- ' TIIENBW WEST MAGAZINE "lulu Tfc Wi.1" . .ul.'Wfc4 tsis-rpr tht .rlovmni o Wmitr iadiiitna, strWs' in. a.u. il t4 "" 4mUol. V f WMl-m . SBmlor. fariMT tm4 ktr. rd.iil M hlak ral t-w Uk am M II w'riliolu. , 12 s . . KaasU. 10c. I fc. k num. Ir lor U. iwmi rum. 1W Kw W t Mat- Im, It 1 1 Walk Bant .dr. t W C it, . 1lt.il I 1M Wll BM(., (mttl. V. . k. tH odwH An.. IMro.t, Ms. M t e at or siat row subMriMiaa tkvuck Skit IHUfa G. L. PERKINS Shoemaker and Harnett Repairer Shop on Ilill Street TOLEDO. OREGON ELEVEN YEARS AGO Lee Williams waa up from Newport last Mondny. A. W. WeBer, of Beaver Creek, was. in the city the first ot the week. W. H. Vortner left Monday morning for Humeraton, Eastern Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Clark left this morning for a visit with thMr son-in-law, at Slicdd. Dr. Humbcrstone, the dontlat, re turned home from Portland Tuesday evening.- A. Wisnlewski, of Kornvllle, was In Toledo on business last Saturday. Win. Backus ot Yequlna was in the city Friday. TWENTY-ONE YEARS AGO Carl Helgeson, who haa been on the KroKstad ranch, has rented the Burns place by the old Caledonia. Leandcr Parke of Elk City wao In To ledo yr-sterday. D. P. Blue, nominee for Joint Sena tor, was up from Yaqulna Wednesday. Mr. Tongland, of New Whatcom, Washington, has bought the Butlor place on the Olalla. Wm. Johnson, the artist, has just finished a fine pastel of J. J. Galther's little girl. Mr. and Mrs Rite Dedrick and Grandma Rosebrooks, left for Palo Alto. California, last Tuesday. They expect to return In the fall. C. L. Gowell and wife loft last Mon day morning fo." Boston, Mass., where thov will make ft visit of about Bix weeks. ia, v Allnhln Is fitting up the old post omce building for a barber shop. TAFT (To Late For Last Week) Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murry and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bones were over din ner vlsl'ors at Mr. Robertsons Sunday. Several people, up the Slloti river took advantage of the fine day 8unday and took boat rides down the river and strolled on the beach. Several peoDla arniinri i.nr j o. - - uim Ottl- mon River went to the Agency Friday to sjo about their Inciinn ii.,.. - " ..i.uicuis and deeds. Mr. and Mrs Aronsnn traders the first of the week. LoKan Brothers were trading i t. Monday, taking a load of oats and feed while they can travel the beach, as the wagon road is nearlv n tn.i. ling from Devil's Lake to Taft. Miss Esther Neiml has aone to Kw. port to work for Mr. Smith. Bruno and Stefka. oiianerett were at Taft Sunday stroll ing me Dcacn for agates. Lewie Holten Is running hi. ahin.i. mill on Schooner Creek. Any one wanting shingles, ca.l and "see him or write 111 111 at Tuft. Several men were at Tnft having their income tax papers filled out be fore the notary, Frank Murry, the first of the week. The Taft and Otis mall carriers re port the road between Taft and Otis nearly past traveling and It is hoped by the people In tills road district that the comity fourt "-111 glve.them their portion, and nil that belongs to them of road money this year so they can fix the road. WHY SUFFER 807 Why eutfor fron a bad back, from slinrn. sri'tlnc twinges, lioadahes, dlzzlm-r.t and distressing urinary Ills? I ei.jie around hero recommend Donn'i Kidney Pills. Could you ask for stronger proof of merit? Mrs. J. Canny. 431 E. Grant St.. Ih piion. Ore., says; "I suffered acveroly with r.iv tv k It fi'lt as thouRh it us liroWn and I nrvcr hnd any thing ause nie so much mlery. "I was laid up ,n bo l l. r a wwk or two at a time and had to have some one turn me over. Sharp, shooting pain caucht mo across my kidney and my kidney wcr always sluggish nnd acted Irrcgulurly. Mv wholn sys tem wa ouk of order during these ; snrlls nnd 1 ful weak and tired all the time. I used different medicines but 7ot Utile r"!lcf. Klnnlly I ud Iinim's Kidney I'lllit and thov helped me from the first. Aftor taking two boxes I felt like a different person." COc at all dealers. Foster-Mllburn Co., Mfgrs., l.'ufralo, N. Y. Even summery daintiness can not got away from a patrlotle touch and with war in the back ground aome months when It will appear in the hot daya to come. The Red. While and Blue has been modified in thl white voile to a pink and sky blue flower design on a field ol while and with a pale plain blue waist band of satin. It I all touched off by hat with sloping brim made from tho same material and one of tho newest models seen In the parades at Paint Uoach, Fla. EDW. J. CLARK ' Attorney-at-Law TOLEDO, - OREGON W.H.WATERBURY Attorney at Law Phone 2225 T(edo, Oregon 1 The Fore! Motor Company have instructed us to sell the genuine Ford Parte to any and every reliable Garage who will pledge their use in the repair of Ford cars. The genuine Ford Parts are absolutely necessary to the owiier of Ford cars that he may get full service from his car. We carry them and so, we hope, in 'a' short time will every reliable Garage. We solicit' your service business because we have the Ford Methods, the Ford Parts, the Ford Mechanics and the Ford prices. Incidentally would be glad to 'get your order for one or more Ford cars. A. T. PETERSON, Local Agent li sl I A Flavor for 8 da tsdtd atr-tteht and tapurtty-ttoof, tn toe wax I wrepped. etfety packages. fA Be sore to act A because It Is supreme i bw ini iVk lH ta nil 1u) 28 I I fflf&c Flavor Lasts ll! OUTSIDER" WILL'BE CLERK OF HOUSE i ;, -v W.5 JS''Z. J William Tyler Page will ba Ue e1rk of the Houof Repreawnl. atlvea in the neat Coarraaa. He la one of the few men not a mea ber of Concreea ever aofrornteA to the. )o - ' If & vv,'!? y Iff Best for the West Established 1385 rj5 Delicious Sweet Corn "Golden Bantam" Exceptionally early and In flavor and tenderness not equalled by any other variety. The ears are short and compact and the kernels plump and creamy. This and a thousand other veg etables best for the Weft, may be selected from 2 catalog and found at your dealers. Write fSX Seattle m Portland for Catalog, Free. WW I I I I I ! J ' ' '