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utfeoUi caUriTY jtbEy. T6tEPb,toftgcbw,iftVOX;. 3We MORNING .QREGONIAN OREGON DAILY JOURNAL LINCOLN COUNTY LEAftElt PERIODICALS & MAGAZINES ON SALE AT TOLEDO DRUG CO. T. P. HAWKINS, Proprietor Mlliy tMIIIIIMMMMIMfMMHM L. R. BATEMAN . R. BATEMAN BATEMAN & BATEMAN COMPLETE HOME FURNISHER UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES We Buy, Sell and Exchange New and Second Hand Furniture Frederucl's QUALITY Store A STORE THAT HAS WHAT YOU WANT, AND ALWAYS ATA REASONABLE PRICE P. FREDERICK Merchant Cheater DIxoe was down from jfflt icjtji ybf?ta$. ' "'' ; Frederick' Quality Store. ' " C. B. Arthur of jftarkia was a Toled,? visitor .the first of ho Veek. " 't Joha Gwyn of Eddyvllle was a county seat' visitor this week. Miis. Bamers of Portland is visiting with Mr. and .Mrs. Peter Berg on Ol alla. - .Pljty pf Home Grown 8trawbrrleji 15c per box at Frederick' Quality Stord ' ' Mi.tR. A. Apderjoni and son, AMu, wemjt to Porttad yesterday to visit the Rose PeatovaL K. J. MoBlwain, -with h& pile driver and orew, to repairing the FVschsr- Storey (mill dock. p. F. Triuw .Uie Wlnarat jnerchiiit, teased thru to Portland Monday to visit the Rose Show. Oregon Grown Green peas, at. nice at you ever .saw, 12Jac per pound at Frederick's Quality Store. Tlio, Lutheran Ladles Aid meets with Mrs. Johnson, Thursday itlielSth, of .June. Everybody welcome. Remeril'bor the big sale of registered Jerseys at tyvo M. M. Davis' farm, near Toledo, next Tuesday, the 17th. Mrs. G. B. McCluskey and Miss Cor- Inne Pennintor. went to Portland Tuesday t visit the Rose Festival. Mrs. F. W. Carson end son, Wlllard, and daughter, Rachel, went to Port land Wednesday to seo tlie Rose Show. Mrs. S. E. Coffin, departed Monday for Condon, Eastern Orogon, where she will viwit her daughter, Miss Mlar Una Tate. Mil sb Mtyra Wills arrived last Friday : evening for a visit with Ii3s Ailecm ! Dunm in tills city. She returned to J ; her homo ti: Dallas yr storday noon. S' if. i Ohris Larson lof Silelz wont to Al- j bany- and ether Valley pcir.s ye-stcr- j day noon. Mr. Larson, is expecting to fi build a new house this summer" and ' will buy fixtures for same whfto in the J I Valley. a I V. J. Murphy and ean, Walter, nur- ! rived over from Scio last Sunday for a vialt wttli former Toledo friends. They departed Mondiaiy for the etate of Coiir.eciicuit where tlfcy will spend the Summer. f Fordson Tractors A. C. Crawford, Local Agent I Siletz, Oregon -' i ) ai 1 laT m i a M TTSi (19) STOCK RANCH For sale. One of the Best Producers of its size in the county, at about hialf wlhat tlhe impioveiments dost. Stock at range" prices. Everything clear. i Mr. ftici.inour, Ilaisan, Oregon MAS nAU-na IT n A Launch, 20 3kl items. One ;1 mr f)nR HJT'.V n cnmnlinA 1m gine, one 40 h'.'p. gasoline eijp S. Lendteni, 6wpoit,''.Qrei." 27 CO0DBUY Five "acres' ,1 mile from Toledo ;m Olalla vi-' ley. Three acres -in , cultivation : good house, fine Wftter, f amity orchard 'bearing; new barn and chicken house, Price .reasona ble. Address J. 0. Ypuiiq, To-' ledo, Oregon. ; NOTICE OF.SALErOf .Land The undersigned 11 jHcevi? bids up to July 1st. l9i9..forihe sale 'of 240 acre, ituated ih Lincoln County, Oregon: The SEVt anS .tftd feti of Jtbe BWi'U of Sec. 21, T. 10 S.VlL""10'Mr. of thd WilK mette Meridian, except fcry. timber on the NEV4 of the SWV4. All other tfihber goes witn lana. rnere is 10 acres cleared oni land, also some build ings and pasture. Same is six miles from Toledo, Or., ,on tbe Olalla road. This is the Cecelia Beck Whitlaw Estate. We wish to close up the estate and no reasonable bid will be refused. Trms, one-half cash, balance on tinje if diasired. Mrs. James Johnson, Silverton, Or., Rt. 2. 16 SIX FRESH Oows for sale for caslh. See T.. Kurtichanov, Chitwood, Oregon. j i ii 'if mm i yyf FOR RENT Or sale, tight room house, let 200 by 200. H iuire, H. A. Schlecht. WANTED Milch goats. Any one having Milch Oop.ts for sale, please write me and I will come and look them over, as I wish to purchase a few head. II. V. Holgate, Nice, Oregon. FOR RENT Six room dwel ling, two blocks from P. O. En quire at this office. LINCOLN County partly im proved etock or dairy farms; will produce green feed for butter fat entire season, without expensive mill feed. Morgan, 30G Railway Exc hange bldg., Portland Or. WANTED Sheep, good ewes. State age, breed and prioe. Wanted wit wool on, and ''after' shearing. Address, Box B, Mon roe, Oregon. FOR SALE 1123 acivs 6 miles from Elk City, on Bear Creek, divided into two 160 acre tracts, one 320 acre tract and one 483 f.cre tract. For particu lars write A. B. Slocum, Siletz, Oregon. To .gay Yjjur 4Me;itipn frd heIepp mAnufactos of shoes, tyOLSjEpV, yBErQOODSjANR CENTS' FUR- fciHiN?s Fqflrvwapivi wEuyprvKpTiqAL- LY ALL pUR C9$DS; Y BUYINQ jP.IRECT fjkpft jFCTqfry WE ILlBJiS MlCMPjLE jiV&Ti;S PROFIT, TrU8 ,Eijl A$LNP ,U$ f6 JELL ;FOR LESS jFOR CAH. ' ,'. " . ' v1jENSVA0yfe''0R$S SHOES Stetson, Excelsior, Richard-Brennon and O'Don nell. WORK SHOES Chippewa, Lion Brand, Fithian-Barker and Buck ing AHecht. LOCCRS The Bergeman Shoe M'f'g. Co., Makers of "Berg man Loggers" ... RUBBER BOOTS Mishawaka Woolen M'f'g. Co., Makers of "Ball Band" Boots. We carry Boss of the Road Overalls, Jumpers and Shirts, Conklin, Raymond and Carson Cloves. LADIES' AND MISSUS' DRESS SHOES Red-Crosj, Selbyr Hollers' and Helm-McKennzie. HOISERV Moorhead Knitting Co., Makers of "Monito" Hi3 ery. ARMY SHOES You will find these the most comfortable work shoe you ever wore. We have them pi iced at $5.50, $6.50 $6.75, $5.85, $7.25, $7.50 and $3 00. Phone 2805 PHONE 2005 S. E. NEWKIRK. M'g'r. DROP IN AND SEE MY COMPLETE STOCK OF Ford cars have become such a world utility that it would seem as if every family ought to have Its Ford car. Runabout, Touring Car, Coupe, Se dan, (the two latter have enclosed bodies), and the Truck Chassis, have really become a part and parcel 6f human life. You want one because its sen-ice will be profitable for you. We ao'aclt your order at once because, while production is limited,' ' it will be first come, first supplied. A. T. PETERSON, Local Agent LOST Elgin watdh, gcQd case, cpen faoe, with braided Jc&'Jhei' fob. Watch was lest ! yesterday, Jvi::,e 12tih. Find's; ' ptoase leave same at Drug Sto.u i Reasonable reward will be paid i for toe return of watch. J. W. Rioigers. . nnADn A.vr rrfx emnh per week rit Merchants Hotel. Meals1 scnt'd family style. FOR ALL CARS-OR TRUCKS - MANUFACTURED BY CURREY & SNUFFER Buick-Six For Hire (19) 1 GOOD LIGHT Spring wagon for sale, p.ice $35.00. Inquire Leo Bateman. (24) WANTED-S-cedk'rde-sidng to locate in western Ore gon wltl'.ies informMion about farming lands for' sale. Send full description 'and lowicBt casf.1 terms to W. E. Flynn, A. P. O. 729, A. E. F., France. (19) "COW FOR SALE Hol stein Jersey, will be fresh tn Sept., giving two gallons of milk now. See J. Sisoho, at Guy Rob erts Logigin,s Chimp cia Mill Creek. (15) FOR SALE A good miilcih cow, 5 yr. old, milking Zy gal. $60.00. R.R.WUaon, Obit woiod, Oiegctit FOR SALE Good fresto. milk cow. L. A. Hulbert, on Jay Dunn Ranon. -V- (17) FOR SALE 57 acre dairy ranch, located1 lt miles fiom Toledo on Depoe slough. 9 room' house, 25 acres in cul tivation. Price $4,000. Mrs. S. Falcon, 133 N. 16th St.r Port land, Oregon. 16 $5(T00 REWARD I will pay $50.00 reward for informat ion leading to the locating of the whereabouts of seventeen head of young sheep taken from my place last Fall. Sheep ao1? plainly marked with double un der bit in loft ear and single under bit in right ear. If you can local) a half or mere of the flock. I will pay you the reward. T. Kurtichonav, Chitwood, Or. BRACELET WATCHES, FROM $1'.53 TO $5.2.00 A Beautiful Line of Ladies' Set Rings, Friendship Rings, Engagement Rings and a Complete StocK of Wedding Rings. Also a New Line of Fan,cy Cold J,ewelry. A Com plete Assortment of Watches and Chains. H. E. PETERiSQty, Watbhmaker 'md Jeweler k . j.. j. A -j. . . m .m - . j. j- rTTTVTTT TTT TTvTTTTTTT .ill l(B!IIHKHf!illiiilllllll:JI, jr-'m "'' R.J. lUyoolti T,li,m C. 'T'ALK about smokes, Prince Albert is LTeared to a iovrmnrinnt ctonHi mai just lavisnes smokehappiness o every man game enough to make a bee line for uuy jcu iui anu h jimmy pipe ola or new I Get it straight that what you've hankered for in pipe or cigarette makin's smokes vnil'Il fin1 anlonh. in P. A. That's because P. A. has the quality! You can't any more make. Prince Albert bite your tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse drink when he's off the water! . Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented process I You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a section in the P. A. smokepasfure longer than you care to remember back! - Buy Prine Albtrt aotrywhm tobacco it tolJ. Toppy rmd bag; ' v tidy rtd tin; hand$omt pound and half pound tin humidor and that chver. practical pound cryttal stats humidor with tpongo - moitttntr top that kempt thm tobacco in tuch perfect condition. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Winston-Salem, N. C.