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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, 'AVQIMJ 'N003U '003101 NOVEMBER 7th, 1919 "
PACE 3 ! Mil I ll I Ml III mum i Mail. Orders' Receiverf' Now mm w Only Two Engagements in Oregon ' Portland and Albany JOHN PHILIP SOUSA, Conductor Miss Mary Baker, Soprano Miss Florence Hardman, Violinist ALBANY ARMORY Saturday, Nov- 15, 1919 MATINEE AND EVENING 1 : Evening $1.65 $2.20 Matinee $1.65 $2.20 Make Checks Payable, and Address GLOBE THEATRE CO. Albany, Oregon1 Enclose Addressed Rtamnorl Fnvalnna m -i. Hi rA'S i-u uuicr paper t'SST-S brings to your I 9MW MMK3N the wonderful variety of iiigri grade reading for all agca. ' IN A YEAR, 52 isones, The Companion gives 12 Great Sena! or'. Group. S'.oriev besides. 250 Short Stories. Adventure an J, Travel Stories,, Family Page. Boys' Page, Gins' PnSo, Childrona Page, and the best Editorial Page of the day for mature rhinds. START A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION FOR YOUR FAMILY NOW. COS IS LESS THAN 5 CENTS A WEEK- OFFER No. 1 X The Youth's Ccwpni.toa 52 uu.o fcr 1020 2. All rmoin;nj WeiVy 1919 iuuet; alto 3. The 102O Companion Home Calendar OFFER A 1. The Youth's Companion for 1920 . . . $2.50 2. All remaining 1919 Iuats 3. The 1920 Companion Home Calendar 4. McCaiTs Magazine $1.00 All for $2.50 All for $2.95 Check you elinV. and nerd (Mi couoon v,lt! j SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE OF THIS PA1ER. or lo THa. YOUTH'S COMPANION.otton. Muuchiuetu. WMllMltHIMMtMUmillllIWWIIllW L INCOLN BOUNTY (INCORPORATED) TOLEDO, - OREGON B ANK DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DIRECTORS C. E. HAWKINS C. O. HAWKINS J. B. BOOTH Interest on Tims Deposit 1 1 Mil I HM 1 1 1 ' Fischer-Storey Lbr. Co, Electric Light and Power TOLEDO CANNING CO. WANTS YOUR , EVERGREEN BLACKBERRIES BARTLETT PEARS, GREEN STRING BEANS, ITALIAN PRUNES AND OTHER MARKETABLE FRUITS i. Bain' of Yequina was a Toledo visitor Saturday. Butterscotch is the popular bread. Try it We guarantee it Soueji's Band will be tit Albany on th 15th. Seo their ad inl this issue. Earl Smith departed for Portland Saturday whu-e lie expects to enfcr school. Mies Mabel Booth came down from Portland last evening for a visit with her mother. Mrs. John Dillon returned home Sat urday evening from a several weeks visit Its the Valley. Harry Johnston departed Wednes day for Portland where he will go to school this winter. Wallace Fish of Portland was In the city tlhe latter part of last week being called here by the death of his mother. The new Lincoln County Bakery has been kept busy thlj week to nil orders as fast as they came In. They are turning out a supo-lcr product and it Is appreciated by the 'hungry public. We are pleased to announce that we have Just mads clubbing arrangements with the Oregon Farmer whereby we are enabled Jo offer the Leader and the Oregon Farmer each one full year for the sum of $ 1.65. C. E. QUa.it of Eddyville was a countiy eeat visitor Monday. Mr. Quant is a newcomer In the Eddyville section, having recently came there from Wheeler County. He has pur chased the Damon place. F. E. Whlted waa In the city the ftrst of the week. Mr. Whlted left here a year ago last May to help lick Kaiser Bill. He went from Camp Lew is to France as a member of the famous 91 Division, and saw lots .of active service, fortunately coming thru without a scratch. . He Is now located at Carson, Wash. The price of bread was raised by all bakers in Oregon, and- Washington, from' 10c to 11c, effective Nov.' 3rd. Unless flour will take a drop between now and Nov. 10th, we are compelled to raise the price one cent We want the people of Toledo to know that we will be of the first to drop, as soon as the price of flour will permit Loader subscriptions received this week are: W. F. Enos, Toledo, Or.; Mrs. W. A. Woodward, Baker, Or.; Weydemeyor & Johnston, Toledo, Or.; M. R. Weltln, Eddyville, Or.; F. E. Whlted. Cawon, Wash.; R. E. Chand ler, Slletz, Or.; P. H. Elting, Orton, Or.; Jus. Ettlng, Mcadipolis, Iowa; Mrs. Ellen Raufir-ld, Toledo, Or.; H. B. Dickinson, Portland. Or.: H. G. Rhoades, Toledb, Or.; L. A. Whlted, The Dalles, Or.; Samuel Davis, Nash ville, Or.; J. O. Young, Toledo, Or. HARRY WHITE SAYS, "PLANT LOGANBERRIES" (Farm Bureau News) THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE CASH ON DELIVERY FOR ALL FRUITS WE HAVE PUT IN A PERMANENT CANNERY When we read what some of the loganberry growers have made this year, It listens better than a gold mine proposition at 10 cents per share. Here Is one from Bruce Cunningham who has a forty acre patch of logan berries abouV four miles suuth of Sa lem. His yield this year was two hundred tons or an average of five tons per acre. His total cost of production, Includ ing training, hoeing, rullivating and fertilizing was $57.00 per acre, or $2,- 280.00. Picking cost two cents per lb., or $40.00 per ton, making Ms total cost of picking $8,000.00. De ducting Uiese amounts from his gross income of $32,000.00, leaves a net profit of $21,720.00. We, think that Llnroln Ounty has the Willamette Valley skinned forty ways for Sunday as a buriy county. In the first place we have a more suitable climate for raising berries be cause we do not have the hot winds and as .hot weather as they have In the Valley. Combining this with a rich fertile soil umko a combination that is ideal for berry culture. In ordor to make Li.o berry industry a success in Lincoln County, there should be a large emugh acreage planted ito nu'.kc it a rning proposi tion for a cannery or juice plant to operate. Tho Toledo Caun:u? that tlioy will tnl. ;i' berries that wo cuu rn'.i so it is up o na ui plant loganberries. The management, of tlio connery will bo 'glad to talk t. anyone who Is planning on setting cut berries and civn furnish information in repard to getting plants and vsl f pluUing, etc. Lot's get behind uns bviy proposi tion and put Lincoln Comity on the map as a bo.-ry pn.diicln.; county as well as building up nn industry that will nieuil liiin:!-cil-i of .l iusands of dollars to the pH;l'l "f I.!m!n county. Co. assure us ' of the logan u at top prices, Cat busy and i Getthe 6 enuine and Avoid i ifo The Biggest and Most Interesting LIVESTOCK SHOW Ever Held in the West STAGED IN THE NEW $300,000 PAVILION AT NORTH PORTLAND, OREGON Week of November 17 to 22 Open All Day and Evenings PURE BRED STOCK DAIRY PRODUCTS HORSE SHOW CUPS, TROPHIES AND $75,000 IN PREMIUMS TO BE AWARDED The Pacific International Livestock Exposition was inaugurated and is supported by leading bankers, business men and breeders of the Pacific Coast men of vision who see in the Pacific Coast the livestock center of the World. ' ffhe staging of this exposition on so huge a scale is a long step toward the accomplishment of this aim and the benefits of its success will be widespread. Thousands of entries of pure bred stock, many coming from the Middle Western States, necessitated additions to the im mense $300,000 Pavilion. Hundreds of educational exhibits claim your attention, includ ing the large Western Dairy Products Show with 250 entries and daily lectures by Mr. O. E. Reed of Purdue University and Mr. M. Mortenson of the Iowa State College. PLAN TO ATTEND THE ENTIRE WEEK. PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL LIVESTOCK EXPOSITION North Portland, Oregon OHIO'S GREAT. STAR RANTIVf! At! ATM NO SHORTAGE IN. WORLD MEAT SUPPLY T71 f TOipjjiraiiyiii I jL g -1 f I " V I rATTI.R I SWIMV la Country. Before War.l After War. Before WrM a ffnr War.' & Country. Etliland 'I France Italy Switzerland Belgium Netherlands Denmark Sweden Germany United States Canada Argentina Australia New Zealand CATTLE. Before War.l After War. 12.185;000 14.807,000 6,646.000 1,443.000 1,849,000 2.097,505 2,463,000 T.721.000 20,994,000 56.592.000 6.533.000 25.867.000 11.745,000 2.O20.00O 13,315,000 6,186.000 1,530.000 899.000 1,969,000 2.142.000 Z.684.000 17,227,000 67.866.000 10.051,000 27.050.000 11.040.000 2.888,000 SWINE. Before War.l After War. 2,809,000 t 3,953,000 7.048,000 .2,722.000 ' 670,000 1,412.000 1,350.000 2,497.000 968.000 25.659.000 68.933.000 3,610.000 (2,901,000) 1.026.000 349.000 j 4.021,000 f-i 2,337,000 fV 364,000 318.000 t 450.000 t 583.000 i 634.000 10,080.000 76.587.000 4.290.000 1,169,000 258.000 istfaMFZSk 111 tf H 'The fear that a world meat shortage would follow in the wake Of the war was unfounded. These statistics Just completed show It Cattle and swine are the two principal meat animals. All of the Euro pean countries show a decrease but the United States, Canada and other countries show an increase to offset bucd losses. Captain "Chick" Harley of Ohio State grid team. Is proving' conclusively for all time that hei Is one of the greatest football players of his day. In 1(16 Har luy was solected All-American fullback by Walter Camp, then' went to war. Harley got away fop a 65-yard run. beating Yost'n ' great Michigan team m hU first big game this year. JAY! 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