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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 30th, 1921. IIIMlllirilMIIIMMItlIIIIM.!!llllMMIIII1llMllltOIMttll41. , tClttt)lftl t II 1 1 M ttt 4tllWt i WKHH : I REDUCE THE SHOE AND CLOTHING BILL !! ImjfHMW 1 i SHOPPING WITH7 THE THRIFTY T jr I ; At . ry 56 I t liA MfOTSI 7 my i FISHER'S BLEND FLOUR, Per Sack ....$2.10 "ISHER'S BLEND FLOUR, Per Barrel . . . .$8.20 HOMELIKE (Hard Wheat) FLOUR, Per Sk. $1.85 SNOWFLAKE FLOUR (Soft Wheat) Per Sk. $1.48 ROLLED OATS (Cream) 8 Pounds for 50c. CORN STARCH (Argo) Per Pkg 10c. BULK COCOA, Per Lb. 15. 3 Lbs. for 40c (24 BARS WHITE LAUNDRY SOAP FOR . .$1.00 NEWKIRK, Prop. Phone 2805 W. C. Burcroff M rcantile Co. I WANTED TO EUY A Toulouse Gander and two geese. Mrs. W. H. Martin, Nashv lie, Oregon. iBr Grow 1 f-'OT. Shi.u i cam, Harness and Wagon enqti r, B;x 453, Toledo. FOR E 'J-C -O;io 1920 Model Ford Car. I must s!l this car at once to psy dtbit ri.-ii.sl the estate of my deceased h .:C. This car Is In first C1JL3 cor J ..oil end 3 good as new. If taken i.i o.ice I will sell for $275.00. Tlu car can i.-e seen at my residence in North Yclctio. Mildred Doone, Ad ministratrix cf the Estate of Victor Boone, deceased. The homo gar;ioncr, who still clings to tho id(. a tlmt "peas is pens'' and Hint one variety is pretty much the snino as anolliev, eri iniiily ought, to secure a copy of Ji I'iK.!; just oil' tho pro.ss, which lr.ii-, -.villi pens and other desir ali!i' vegetables. '"- Ioo!j n-f.-rrcl to is tho 1022 it.- : . f Lilly's rf.vd Annual. This Biiiiiy from Western America's -t kolJ lioii.se stives a wealth of information about a wide va riety of ptas that have heen accli ii! a 'I'd here. These, varieties have heen thoroughly lested and each In s proved its superiority for eer t iin requirements. "With Lilly's Seed Annual in hand, the gardener can select just the varieties he wants, with the assurance that if he follows instructions he is nl ;nost certain of excellent results. I'eas are easy to grow in the Pacific Northwest and if the direc tions given in this Seed Annual are carefully followed no one who has even a small plot of ground need he without this delicious uprirg vegetables. Peas are one of the most striking examples of the fact that produce fresh picked from your own garden has a flavor which cannot he equaled by vege table that have stood for a timo after leathering. This book also tells how to plant and tend the different crops of peas so ax to have a succession of. them from early spring until well along in the summer and gives suggestions how to prepare the ground. The new issue of Lilly's Annual also contains a splendid array of other vegetables, all of which have been tested and proved by this re liable old house. There are sec tions, too, devoted to flower seeds with reliable information for users drawn from a long and ripe expe rience with the growing of vege tables and flowers in the Pacifio Northwest. In addition there is a catalog of the most dependable fertilizers, sprays, bee and poultry supplies, etc. Altogether, Lilly's 1923 Seed Annual is a book that no gardener, amateur or professional should be without. A copy is available free on request at your dealer's or from the Chas. II. Lilly Co., Seattle, Portland dr Yakima, Get one today and prepare for early planting. i-OUMD A six lever padlock on the s de track along Railroad street, Toledo. Owr.er pay for -..his notice and claim property at "Leader" offlc-s. GOOC FAKM TiAM FOR SALE W. K. Patterson, Toledo, Oregon. FOR SALE Good team of mules, harness and wagon; good Jersey milk cow, also 2 acrcr. of land, Inside city limits, level ,-,r,d well located. Inquire at this off.ee or Chas. Mock. KCw yALE- -c'.nc Singers. Thorough bred !St. Oi.3l5urg and also heart .VU. Roll;r C nar is a fine Christmas piseivL. tvi.o II. E. Oomiti, Toledo. WAKPIINC All Hunting Prohibited on my prcr.-l.-e. U. F. Early. (43) FOR SM.E About 3 Cords of Extra Cood Shake Bolts. W. C. Cox. Camp, (44) FOR SALE OR TRADE A gord applo Orchard, located In Hood Hivcr district, near iViosier on the Columbia River. There are fifty seven acres In tract of which twenty three acres are In first class apples and few cherries. The orchard is nearly full bearing, ' e Ing eight years old. It bears a crop of apples between five and six thous and boxes a year. All of the land Is apple land, can be planted to samo at sn.ail cost. I will consider trade for a get d siock farm located down near Toledo or Sileiz, or will trade for good tract of timber. Any one Interssled in same apply to C. F. Altree, Toledo, Oregon. , u. iitoiey. SUMMONS In t. .: Circuit Court of the State of ...gon for Lincoln County V Kosler, Plaintiff, ' "H. I einman, Defendant. 1 . , L. tji.elnu.un, tlm above uuuied def. '..lit. In i t Kame of the State of Oregon: ;,ro hereby required to appear Mi'1 .- er ilie complaint of the plain :li'i i i above entitled Mlit now on t'.V iho office of the County Clerk ,I : In County, Oregon, on or be-fin- (Inv named in tho order for iu:i 'liiin of tills summons, made by i.., iiirablo John Ko;iirty, County .hi ' Lincoln County, oreKon.which f.t ' .1 t mid time for answeriuK said m;v ii.i are liereby referred to, to v. !, or before six wei ku from and Pit ibto of the first publication tin r .'. And you are hereby notit'ifd ;li:;t iT vdh fail ti apiinn ni.d answer Cm irinplalnt us lieiv.u reiitiired. l.ld'.i, ill will appiy tn the above en tn l-ui 'uurt for the relief demanded in 1. is i miiplalni, namely: fur a decree of ;iid rmirt that l lulnt tl'r title to the lullowing demribed rejl property, to-wit : The Kant half of tho norihwest Itiart"r and east half of southwest tpianer of secti n twi nty-four in town ri.ip 'e.urteen Miuth of ranu-e nine west of Willamette Meridian, in L iuol'.i Count v, Oregon Is good and valid; that vnu th Mild def -.ilaiit, have nr rlKht. title, or in'er'-st wha'Hoever in or itsaid lanJs r ai;v part theroof, and C' it anv and all cialins that you nmv cl. -i.il ncninsl Hi' id land? is wrenRful and witlmut rltlit whatsoever: ' that yi'U the said d.-lendnt. be fofver barred and en Joined from gss.-ilnir any claim what voev r in or lo Jiilil lands, or any part then of, adverse to plaintiff and for Buch other and furilier relief as may Lo equitable and just 'i'hid KUiuinoiis m published In the iiliiijoln County leader, onco a week for six consecutive and successive v.wlcs boginnina: wl;h tho issue of rtecenibnr 2d, 1921 nnd ending with the iisuo of January lstb, 1922, under :!id pursuant to the directions eon allied in an order made by the Hon lrr.hlo John Kogarty. County Judge of UiiKoln County, Oregon, wlilih said order is dated the 2d dnv of Decem ber, 1921. G. B, McCluskcy, Attorney for Plaintiff, P. O. Ad dress: Toledo, Oregon. Dat of 1st Publication, December 2d. 1U21. rnt of last Publication, Januady 13th, 1922. A SAFE TEST For those who are In need of a rem edy for kidney troubles and back ache, It Is a good plan to try Dunn's Kiduey l'ills. They are strongly re comi.ieiided by people in this vicinity. T. J. Anderson, retired rancher, 342 K. 4th, St., Albany, Ore., says: "lloan's Kidney Pills liuve been a lot of good to me and I 11 m glud to recommend tin m. My kidneys were out of order and I had severe backaches and sharp pains across my Kidneys. When I stooped over, a sharp catch In the small of my back bothered me and my kidneys did not act right. I used Doan's Kidney Tills for tills trouble and they gave me relief, strengthen ing my kidneys. Tho backaches left, too." Trice 60c , at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Tills the same that Mr. Anderson had. KosterMil burn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. WARNING All Hunting on my Cl.ice strictiy prohibited. L, A. Hui ert, Toledo, Oregon. ELECTRICAL REPAIRING" I am prepared to repair all kinds of appliances, motors, etc., r.oi:3c wiring done, estimates furnished free. Li censed electrician. Leave orders at ESurcrcff Mer. Co. Store. R. Hammond. (44).. MRS. L. W. COREY, a practical nurse, cares for maternity cases at her home, Newport, Oregon, Box 91. (39) THE SALVATION ARMY will hold Sunday Schocl In the Liberty Theatre each Sunday afternoon at 2:30 beginning on the first Sunday in Oc- Itober. Bible class for young and old. Everybody come. Ask us about the Woodward four speed transmission for Ford Car or Truck. Ford Garage. A BOY FROM CHITWOOD wants to work for his board In or near To ledo, and aKtend High School. This boy is willing and able to milk cews or do any kind of chores. Anyone do. siring the services of such a boy will please communicate with the school board. . , Have your car overhauled oiiring the winter' we give you a good Job at Ford prices. Ford Garage. FOR SALE 120 ACRE DAIRY Ranch, one mile from Toledo on Ya quina road. A: Kwrtln, Toledo, Or.- Acetylene welding bring In your broken castings and have them mnde aa good as new. F. W. Carson, To ledo, Oregon. , - ijJrj For Beda, Mattresses and Springs, see Colvin. Best Valley Flour, $5.90 per barrel at Gildcrsleeve's. Miss Verne Hoss spent Wednesday afternoon at Elk City. J. A. Pctc.-son went out to Corvallis Saturday for Christmas. Vivian Folmsbee of Dig Elk was a county seat visitor Monday. Men's dress pants at Colvin's. Gerald Wade arrived home Saturday evening from a tr.ip to the Valley. Jiliiis Margaret Perr spent Christmas with he mother, on the Lower Bay. Fir&ft class loggers shoes at Colvina. A. L. Oglesbee ' went out to Salem Saturday to spend Christmas with rel atives. Lowest prices on all brands of Men's blue bib Overalls. 85c. and up. The Bootery. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mock have moved Into 'the Marvin house on Sev enth street. Our "Protcx" OH Coats for Men and Boy are the best on the market. The Bootery. Girl's rain capes at Colvin's. C. E. Vandorpool of Newport has moved to Toledo, and Is employed at the Roberts mill. For Moore's non-leakable fountain pens, see Colvin. 'School Supt. R. P. Goln went out to Salem this noon whore he will grade examination papers. We sell a good grade of Hardwheat flour at SI 65 per sack. W. C. Bur croff Mercantile Co. Mr. and Mrs. B. P Updike of Winant were ni the cS.y Saturday evening at tending the Christmas dance. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Goodell and child ren were over from the Agency the firut of tho week visiting re'.a.ives. Mrs. C. G. Copeland came up from Newport Monday to visit with her srr, 03ort.;8. and family in this cl.y. Mrs. Hoster Peterson arrived home from Corvallis last evening where she spent C!:ris maa with her parents. Andrew Wisniewskl of Talt was a Toledo vis. tor the first oB the week, v's!"-.'': with his daughter, Mrs. John Fogarty. u .s astonishing how quickly Tanlac will pioduce rjsalts. oi usualiy feel ijr'f- mT, the very first do3ej To ledo Drug Co. .Vlisa Alary Rogers arrived on Satur ay's ,rain to spend Christmas with her par.Tts, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rogers, near this city. Tho Toledo postofflce force deserves commendation for the erflclont man ner In which they handled the hsavy Christmas mal'. this year. Warren Daurherty passed thru Mon day enroute to his home near Cottage Gi'o"j, after spending Christmas with his parents at Newport. Fred Wesssll arrived home from the hospital Sunday evening. Mr. Wesson Is vjry much Improved and hopes t soon be alright again. For men's, women's and children': rubber boots, sec Colvin. Russoll Chrintlansen arrive 1 (Idw. from Portland Suturday evening fo; tho holidays. Russell Is a s udent a tho U. of O. medical school. Enoch Olson arrived over from Portland Sunday evening. We are in formed that Enoch has Just recently purchased a new fishing boat. Mancger Klippel of the Pacific States Telephone and Telegraph Co., lias been naklng extensive repajrs to ihe phone lines in Toledo this week. Tom Thompson of Coivallis was in t'ae city '.he first of the week. Tom and family expect to return to Toledo soon, and Tom will build himself a house here. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Hoover and child-1 ren were down from Nortons the last of the wc?k. spending Christmas with Mlrs Hoover's parsnts, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Carson. , Mr. and Mrs. P. H, Hublor arrived over from Corvallis Friday evening to spend Christmas with Mrs. Hub l?r's parent s, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. F. GrnMe, near this city. Kenneth McCaulou, who Is a student at Albany High school, came over Sat urday evening to spend Chris'.mas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Mc Caulou, of this city. J. M. Recder was down from Nor tons Friday evening having an In Jerert fool attended to. Mr. Reoder having cut his foot quite badly with an axo while splitting rails. "I'TTTTTTTT'I "WS "I TV'jr WVWWWVl' V'l'T'l' TT'lTf VrWr'i Vr I 'l TTI T t Happy New Year! ! i We hope it will be the Best One You Eei Had! ! WE WILL DO OUR PART TO MAKE IT SO IF VOU GIVE US A CHANCE. OUR CONSTANT AIM IS TO GET YOUR ORDER TO YOU PROMPTLY AND TO FURNISH YOU TKE K1PJD OF GOODS AND VALUES THAT WILL BRiNG YOU BACK TO THIS STORE FOR MORE. IF YOU ARE MOT BUYINC YOUR GROCERIES OF US BEGIN NOW Giitoieeve's Grocery e4W Si??- WALTrtAM WATCHtS tA,ll .U. WU THl W(JL- DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CLOCKS, t JEWELRY 4 SILVERWARE WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY OVER 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER PBTBRSON J THE OLD H iH LI ABLE, (Established 1900), TOLEDO, OREGON J I tl -'0.'wu,r1,tt..B3 I3J,!SiVifI'5..?2VS? IMl.wr3rHi V iair.iiftaaft;&2& hf' 'WW'S W" 1 IF frz. 1 V 'TMmihwS5SS I W Mr 1 1 ontee BEAUTY COMPACTS 1 Perfumed with ihe Wonderful New Odor of 26 flowers Face Powder in its handiest, most economical form. Dainty cacs of Face Powder Jonteel in charming little boxes that slip into your hand-bag. No spilling no waste. Exquisite shades-to match all complexions. Complete with puff, 50c P. S. There'i a Urse ilie lonteel Beautvl Compuct for the dreulng table, $1.00 J TOLEDO DRUG CO. t. p. hawkins, Prop. CAfa m m m m . . . i. m m m . J e. .. .. t J. J TTTttTTTTtTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTm LADIES' MILLINERY GOODS ARNOLD'S also COMPLETE LINE OF LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS Call In and look over our line of Hats, Caps, Gloves, Ties, Shirts, Hos iery, Ribbons, Jewelry, Etc., Etc. R. D. BURGESS PHYSICIAN AND SUUGEON Toledo, Oregon Office In Andrews Building. Office hours 10 to 12 a. tn.; 2 to 4 aud 7 to 9 0. m. Emeruency calls nt any time ENGINEERING WORK Professional Engineer In the State of Oregon. Topography work, Civil Engineering and Sub-Division work. A. J. McMillan, Toledo, Oregon Sewing Machines for rent $3.00 per month. Bateman Furniture Co. Trade your old Ford for a new one now. Ford Garage, Toledo. 1ICKEY & MOCK F'XALL SHOP REPAIRS Shoes, Boots, Clocks, Watches, Umbrellas, Pans, Buckets, Tubs, Boilers, Flashlights, Cut Agates, Sharpen Shears, Knives. Repair all kinds of things Don't throw anything away, Come In and see us. Also plain tewing done.