LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. TOLEDO, OREGON, FRIDAY. MARCH 10th, 1922.
FLOUR. . '
At Less Than Wholesale
BLEND FLOUR $2.30 PER "SACK
BLEND FLOUR $9.10 PER BARREL
The Best Hard Wheat Flour On The
Market. Its Superior Quality Has Made
It The Most Popular Flour In Lincoln
Flour Has Advanced 40 Cents Per Sack
And The Above Price Is Less Than We
Can Purchase At Today
CROWN. $2.25 PER SACK
CROWN, $8.85 PER BARREL
This Gives You an Opportunity
to Purchase a Fancy Patent
Flour at Less Than the Market
HOMELICK $2.15 PER SACK
HOMELIKE $8.40 PER BBL.
A Strictly High Grade Patent
Flour. We Guarantee It
WHOLE CORN $1.70 PER 100 POUNDS
ALUMINUM WARE SPECIALS!
A REGULAR $2.50 ALUMINUM 2y2 QT. RICE BOILER FOR $1.33
A REGULAR 50 CENT ALUMINUM DIPPER FOR 29 CENTS
We reserve the right t0 restrict the quantity of any order for Flour
W. C. Bttrcroff Mercantile Co.
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Good telephone service , depends vitally upon
care in calling telephone numbers. A wrong num
ber caller causes loss of time to you, to the party
called and to the operator. Every instance means
avoidable inconvenience to all concerned.
It is not the loss of time to you alone or to the
operator that concerns us most, but it is the annoy
ance to the party called. Your mistake cannot be
explained to him, and the Telephone Company is
held responsible for your error.
Consulting the current issue of the telephone di
rectory, instead of trusting to memory; giving your
number clearly, and quickly correcting the operator
if she misunderstands your call, Will greatly in
crffcse the efficiency of the service. -
The Pacific Teleph one
And Telegraph Company
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Quest Again $51
Found Corbin lock key. Call at
this office. '
iMr. end Mrs. Bar! E. Smith were
passenger for Oorvallls Sunday noon.
Second Hand Range for Sale. ' Ar
thur Nye. - . '
l. Daniels was visiting his parents
in Summit last Sunday.
Shaving 1So. at Bert Howe's bar
ber shop. Neck shave Sc. extra.
; Carl Bristlin and Dick Soovllle were
Toledo visitors Saturday night.
Large line of men's cloth and felt
hats at new 1922 prices. ' The Bootery.
Mrs. Cecil Blower of Mill Four visit-' T
ea at Albany the nrst or the week.
Somebody will make easy money $5.
Mr. and Mrs. LeGrand Dickson were X
over from Drift Creek yesterday.
For men's and boys' work clothing,
I . 1
oca wuivill. 1
Guy Roberts returned Tuesday even
ing from a trip to the Valley.
Somebody will make easy money $5.
George R. ' Dickinson the Newport
banker was in the city last Friday.
Guess Again $51 . ' I
Loverlclge Axtell departed for Cor
vallia Sunday, returning Tuesday.
Lester wiaoigh arrived home from a
trip to Corvallta and Portland Wednes
We have a Special Price on Oranges'
Eat them BUY the Box. W. C. Bur-
croff Mercantile Co.
Mrs. WiJHard Carson and inTant son ;
arrived home Tuesday evening from a
visit at Lebanon. . . j
There will not be a dance this Sat
urday night, on account of the flu.
Dick & Nick. I
Mrs. W. R. Tindall arrived home
irom a visit at Portland, Wednesday
Tanlac makes people strong, sturdy
and well by toning up the vital organs.
Toledo Drug Co.
lliea Marie Millar arrived ,over from '
Monmouth Saturday evening for a
visit with her parents.
"Ball Band" rubber boots and rub
bers are the best. 1922 prices are low
er. The Bootery.
M. and Mrs. J. Jaer departed Frl-.
day r.oon for their new liome ft Mar
cola. Pathe a:id Aetuelle Records, while
they last, at two for 75c. Bateman
Johnny Graham accompanied by his
daughter and son was over from Kings
Valley several days this week.
Guy Twonibly was up from South
Beach Monday, returning that evening.
L. Perking), the shoemaker, was
for the Valley Sunday
noon, returning Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Wheldbee, mother of Mrs. W.
B. Gilson, departed Friday for a visit
at Lebanon, Jefferson and Newberg.
Somebody will make tiasy money $5.
Dr. W. C. Belt of Newport passed
through Toledo Sunday boon, enroute
up the line on professional duty.
iCarl Bristlln returned to Elk City
Sunday noon titter spending a few days
ia Toledo with rela'ives.
A. H. Phelps and H. G. Rhcades of
M"v!T Creelc were Toledo visitors
urn filoeflein arrived home from
""ortlnnd last evening, where he has
been the past several weeks.
J. M. Mahler, the barber, was an
outward bound passenger on Sunday's
. .1. M. Tindall was a Valleyward pas
senger Saturday noon. Mr. Tindall
is employed at the Altree shipyard.
Roy Swayse left for Albany Monday
noon to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Make $5 It's Easy I
Mayor and Mrs. W. E. Ball, arrived
home Friday evening from up near
Mill City, where Mr. Ball was getting
' Newt Guilliama was transacting
business at the County Seat Monday,
returning to his home at South .Beach
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lefors arrived
over from Eugene Sunday for a visit
with Mrs. Lefors' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jay W. Dunn. ., , '
J. M. Mahler, the barber, was a pas
senger for Portland the first of the
week. He arrived back Wednesday
evening accompanied by his wife. ,
Miss Sadie Marie Chambers return
ed to - Monmouth ' on, . Sunday's
train after spending the week end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Genrg-J
A Ford touring car went off the
grade on the Sllets road just after
turning, off the Dundon bridge. "The
accident happened some time Sunday
evening. ..... .
Make $5 It'a Easyl . '
One of the most notewthy fea
tures in connection with Tanlac is
the large number of men and women
who have reported an astonishingly j
rapid Increase In weight as a result
of its use. Toledo Drug Co.
FX)R THE BIGGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT
OF SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS IN
THE ECONOMY OF BUYING AT A MARKET
PLACE WHERE LARGE STOCKS, RELIABLE' v
MERCHANDISE AND LOWEST PRICES PRE
VAIL, ARE CONSIDERATIONS OF THE UT
MOST IMPORTANCE TO YOU
S. E. NEWKIRK, Prop.
I CARRY A PULL LINE
OF DIAMONDS, WATCHE8, CLOCK3,
JEWELRY and 8ILVERWARE
.ALSO A FULL LINE
OF FOUNTAIN PENS and PENCILS
OVER 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS
Itwait ham watch ts;
THE OLD RELIABLE, (Established ISOOJr-TOLEDO, OREGON
a Jl AAA M.
I Fresh Fruit and Vegetables I
ELSE A FIRST CLASS GROCERY
A LARGE ASSORTMENT AND LOWEST PRICES HAVE
MADE THE CASUAL BUYER A STEADY CUSTOMER.
IF YOU ARE NOT GETTING GROCERY SATISFACTION
A. M. GILDERSLEEVE.
12 q o 2sc2r?i"caS
GUARANTEED to Keep
Fire T ivies at lops oa any
ot'-er range cnlht market
uiiih one-half ih wood.
The Lang "ALASKA" Kitchen Range is the most econom
ical cook stove on the market Occupying small space, it fits
in exactly 'with the smaller kitchen. Constructed of Armco
poiished Iron, with niclded plated trimmings, large oven and"
fire-box, the "ALASKA" meets every kitchen requirement.
Although the "ALASKA" is a wood burning stove with an
extra large fire box, coal can be burned by raising the grate.
Hot water coiis can easily and cheaply be installed.
A visit to our store will prove to you that the Lang will
be your next stove. Wiite or call today. -
BATEMAN FURNITURE COMPANY
Toledo, .. Oregon .. '-. '
rat no chancre "
did build the Hot Blast Range."
R. D. BURGESS ,
PHYSICIAN AND. SURGEON
Office tp Andrews Building. Office
hours 10 to 12 a. m.; I to 4 and 7 to I
LICKEY & MOCK
FIXALL 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, Furniture Repair-
ed. ' Also plain sewing done..
WOOD CUTTERS WANTED aa
Emergency calls at any time' or write John Bradbury, Newport, Or.
Private Office for Examinations
- Prices Reasonable
F. M. French & Sons
Optometrists and Opticians
Albany, . Oregon
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