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Minnto F VOLUME 29 TOLEDO. LINCOLN COUNTV, OREGON. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 21st, 1921. NUMBER 35 SILETZ . At the local institute held In "tho ,,hiv .rnm h..ii.nnr Saturday W publ.c sejiopl building Saturday W rvtnntv KPhoni KiinnrinienaeDT uom was attended by the following teach, era: Victor Shawe, to. W. Jones, Miss Mi L Hampton, Miss Junia Smith. D. 7 . ri i o r.ii mi.. . ' ' Had it CfZry teachers would haro attended. The iorenooh program was as follows: r b Son Oregon My Oregon; Address of Welcome by Prof. Deeg; song, by Primary Claas; original story read by Aernna Winkle: address by Dr. Car ter; talk by Supt. Coin. In this talk Mr. Ooln tried to impress upon the minds of the teachers the importance of a thorough preparation of the les- . - .. , . a anna hniore meeune ineir classes, m modest and winsome manner' before their school apd to avoid trying to put on airs and assume to be superior becau-30 of position. Try to be plain. natpral and sensible, aim to secure the good will and confidence of tt. pupil. nf then go ahead with your work and success will crown your ef- aatlsfied. forts. At this time Prof. Deeg an- The Agency was disturbed last week Bounced that a lunch was awaiting' by a couple of rough looking fellows them in the adjoining room. This who had moonshine along and gave dinner which conssisted of many to a couple of-Indlan girls and good things to eaU.was prepared by "n" 0,6111 nk, then got them in the teachers ot SileW. The aftflrnpon tbeir car and staried'for Newport, was taken up with a round table talk but they were discovered and a war by all the teachers, Supt. Goin ore- rant wag 8WOrn out fr thelr arrest. aiding. (Mr. Goin managed to sand- wkt in a good many -Interesting and vseful talks to the teachers as the exercises went along. In the after- noon, special mention should be made of the very Instructive and able ad- dresses given on the various phases thB two. I don't think he will come of school work by ProfessorsShawe, back again. This was a bold trick Jones, Deeg and Miss Hampton, but it did not work because of the These teachers seemed to be pre-' vigilance of our county officers. That pared to give some very lnportant Wnd of conduct don't get a person and useful Information- to the teach- anywhere except In the county Jail ers If put in practice will help to fIllB disgrace and the trouble it raise the standard of education very causes. much In Lincoln County. The teach ers as well as the Superintendent believed it was a' good' thing to have the pupils 'commit to memory a select number of poemr wnlch would . u , v ' J v. ;t lt UMnnnnn 1 11 minn nnn ttoiti in. heart for hetfr, anil more useful citl lenshlp. It Is . said the' poel: guides 111. hoori tt itiA nottXir 'n Ik. mill, tary the physical forces. The spirit of the Institute was fine and eveiy teacher seemed to be' las Di red With a higher Ideal of their profession. As Supt. Gold said, if (he teachers did thefe work and) brought results, the taxpayers would- not complain, of the cost The-Superltftend-ent also uii . k', ..J ' 1 price. Although the Institute, wa .mall In numbers-, the' teachers sai4 It was one of the best evpr held in the country. Ona other thing that the Supertnteiident said: the schoo grounds stfbuld be beautified , and made a real home for the' children aiid an Intellectual center for the community. It is said (he public school is the bulwark of our' nation. Before adjourning: the- Visiting teach ers went over and took a look at the TO seal I , m the N I delicious J - flavor J5rSA 'Once vAiV (? V Wjoyed 'file 3 - II toistedflaVor V J Vou wffl J vl ayrwnti ... play house. They Were pleased to ; ' lne oui.a.ng ana u Interest taken in flxing.lt up and , - . ' r The rta f' "early, , bl6w bulldlnK down- .Had. the, oeen Qonk,n tne nm P?" "I 1 being done now. by Clayton Youne. foreman it wouM havn uJlA tne taxpayer, ,1.000 and the Af'f number of the young people- of , ln " storms, j t' "ra "Pense naa 10 oe in - , - ,.j ,. ..... i,.. cj...,. . ZTlZi ' oom m. iw .nt , . uBu,, muiciii jnwiur at North Bend, preached hU first ser- mon Sunday at the M a lar26 congregation. E Church to 1 The sermon was forceful, eloquent, spiritual and mado a good impression on' the fnrffft aurllpnn.A that YiAAril it. Rev. a Preacher, has a pleas- Ing personaiity and w 11 no doubt sue baa a wife and two children. Al- 'bough he will not have the rt. he had at North Bend, but no' ubt submit to the chang and be -puiy onenn. mciviwain arresiea " ot Ihem at Newport, but therange Hail wcanesday evening one, Brown by name, got away I Don't forget the masquerade dance. j ' i o i & i. 'ot tho flranirrt TTA11 .Q4trtrflav AhrAhoi v Bllt Wl mat owung.n up we a. a j ... , cmn m mouin or oueta. He was the hardest looking one of SOUTH BEACH Margaret Ewlng came down . from Toledo Friday evening ' to "Visit her parents and returned Sundav . - Dr. Belt passed thru South- Beach on 1U way to Waldport Saturday evening. i-)s Neta Pheloft of Ona anent SaU urday at South Beach. i J. W. Dozler has his house all In- closei Wai-ren , Ash worth 'has commenced to tear down the store- end hotel . 10 war e t... 11.1 it a 0...1L n - """ DOU -cu- , , . t B"rr. Cox started Sunday for Boise. Idaho. - 1 Jan Hoffman, was slok Sunday 1922. . B't?n4wM not aW'- rten'i ' i w.'J chooMonday nor Tnesdtv. .. : ... ,1 ' Ifa., H .-" rt A"nr " nju&i rao," .rorn ouun -Mrav Gates will come later, v . 1 'Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman's little grand on( ! very. HE They have Uk, hint over to- NeWpoH so' he will, be near- the. doc ton. NASHVILLE Mr., and Mrs. June. Edwards and ohlldteii, and ,Mto. C-enbey spei Sunday with, relatives near Norton, Mr..and Mrs. J. M; Bwlng of Toledo -fbrmef. residents ofi Nashvllte, were - visiting-Mr. and Mrs. J. 0, Davis th first of the week Jay Cummings, who Is living, near Salem, ha traded his ranoh near here for a smaller one near Independence, The new owner of the Cummings place- Mr. Cole, is moving in this week. . Mr. and Mrs. Wilson aid- son, who have been living near Norton the past -summer, are leaving soon for the Valley, where they will make their j home. t Mrs. R. N.- Naah came in Wednesday !from a vioit with friends ln the Val- ley. George Frary and Abe Stevens who . . , . have been working near . Monroe, re- turned Wednesday ; a LL ?L t 2 XJZ a business trip to the- Valley r. ' the week for Vancouver, Washington, to look at a boiler for the mill. E. S. Lister was a passenger to NOrtons Wednesday. rr ZZr from Poruand Grueslhg returned from Portland Thursdav . . D r.a.ur """ iMHbs MaCgaret Ryan, who is attend- I ing- school' at Summit, was at home last week with a bad cold Robert Lpwery is the S. P. agent at NasBvllle. now. Mr. Smith, who ha-by wrmg of repor0ng to Ueut w. eVer yet Btfempte;. wVld Wd been here several tlmei as Mlief agent R PatterI0Il( of m9 city. j ers; celebrities; world -event.;- see ha. gone to Portland. ' theLegton Matidnai .etalonfc - (Mrs. Rail, who has beBtriU' lil re- ponea oeuer. ; , , . . . W.. H. Martin received-a car of ihlll run B . fM. . ; . . " - , , y ONA I I, R. Payne went to Harlan. Monday morning on business. bis neighborhood spent Sunday even- - - - " " u 'Mishhh Ellen and .IminU Hunminn nd Ben Twombly we dinn r guests! The ladies of the St. John's Guild 7 .arranged a surprise yesterday for Mrs. - - . Guy and Ben Twombly who havel purcnasea tne . u. uuiniams place moving on this week. jMr. and Mis. D. C. Gray were viait- m'" IVt at lhe H. H. Cook home Sunday , tlrely by rprlse. After a peasant afternoon I a,teinon a delicious luncheon was J. vis ng a the I Hu.U.ckwhom. ' . ""I . .. . I Ouy Twombly called at the A. H. horn. Sunday. Miss Neta . maaduvbU8lnMB Uip to South JJ;; , horses is Bick this week. i Mrs. I. R. Payne ond-daughter, Miss Florence accompanied by Gladys Wal kau, visited al the Coovert home Sun day. ( ' Cheuncey Ohmart and Perry' Miller made .a trip to the' mouth of Beaver Creek Sunday. , . . , " Rev. Phelps .held services at the r ' ' 9Mh . '. , FORMING GOOD . . READING HABITS If parents wish their children to form good reading habits they' must flr.it form habits themselves. And there la no belter way to do this pan to bring into the household a periodi cal that will be of Interest to every ! member of it; that 'will supply the ibest reading'' for old end young. Among the periodicals of this des- cription The Youth's Companion Is unique Not. ontv does it aim to en- tertaln and inform boya and girls In ... . their teens, as Its name suggests, but there Is not a page ln it that parents can Pass ver with indifference. I The 52 Issues of 1922 will be crowd- ei w,tn Serial storlesr short stories, editorials, poetry, facts and fun. Sub-:. scribe now and receives l- Tne Youth s Companion 52 1s- ' ' na In !Qv9 t. All the remaining issue of 1921. 3. , The Companion Home Calendar ' "ZZ TUB YOtJTJl'S- COMPANION, I Commonwealth Ave. A fit Paul St. Boston-, Mas. New Subscriptions Receive at Oila Oltloe. , x HOMETOVVN NiWS trnlversity of Oregon, Bfngenev Oc- iS-(Speclal)-Tlie library ' of the TJnlvserity of Ortgofr receiVw 9S' nd weekly newspapers of .t ot which the Uhcoln to. lr Is one. These are kept on flle ,n special: room, which f 'daily crowded with student seeking "home town" news. No works of Action, no magazines, can compare In popularity wlth nat the Oregon editors and re- Prter write. At the end of each ear th PPers are bound and kept permanently oh file in the library. In many instances scholars engaged in research have found these big gray volumes of great value. n STATE SHARES' IN FOREST FUND W4 DAWU IWO JUOt ICVC1TDU ClVAi" g Jn Ban8ag CIty M( ( 0ctobor 81gt.No. ceipts from the national forests lo- vember lst-2nd. This will enable maiy cated ln th 8tate. ln.e8lonnalre. to attend who hereto- formBtlon from the Dtatrlct ForeBtert fore were unable to go. ' . . Oregon has Just received $102,- Qlfice here. Oregon's share come. U111VO UD1D, Ul OgUU D DIIBI a VUUlf3B I from the fourteen federal forests, in the State. This amount represents the 25 and 10 per cents of all moneys taken in from the national forests for h 'ear cl 30. 1921. ' inin.y-one oi tne counties oi uregon share in these forest receipts. su. MEDAL OF HONOR MEN Are there any Medal of Honor men In TJiipnln- Pftrtntvt If an Ihfiv will , Imnethin of .dvantaee to them OLDENBURG SELLS OUT oidenburi Bold his Interest In wm. uiaenmirg sold his interest in the Toledo Meat Co., Wednesday, to Lester Waugh, and the shop will now be operated by Messrs. Wfeugh and Stocker. Mr. Waugh la now Interested In both the Water Front Market and the Toledo Meat Co. market. BIRTHDAY SURPRISE 'AT Pi0f, y, rasnlon hftlriT tho Int'orp K7th hlrfii. da- was a complete sue sandwiches, ice cream, etc. Seventeen . Mrs. Peterson ha- served as prest- " 7 y city of secretary. The ladie, of L took m of ,xpreBslng their appreciation of her good work. BRUMFIELD FOUND GUILTY Word cam over the' wire last even ing to the' effect that Richard M. Bmmfleld, the Roseburg dentist, had been found guilty of first degree mur der for the killing of Dennis Rusielli July 13th. This means a sentence of delth r r Wl 0- F. HALLOWEEN PARTY A Halloween Party Will be given at the Odd Fallows'. Hall., on Saturday evening, Octser 29th, 1921. Dancing, cards, games, lunch All Odd Fellows and Rebekahs and families cordially invited. Committee. METHODIST CHURCH The Standard Bearers met "Monday evening wVth Miss Oneatta Van CI' ve. Edna' Cain, Helen Rounds. Oneatta Van Cleve, Rose Owynn anJ miss BecK rarticipaiea in uie pro- gram, after which, dainty, refresh- ments were served by the hostess. Sunday School Sunday morning at ten o'clock. Preaching et eleven In tfie morning and eight ln the evening. Epworth League at seven Sunday evening. ' IPrayer' Meeting Thursday evening at seven o'clock. Choir practice Wednesday evening at seven-thirty. Everybody come. ' SHOE SHOP MOVES D. S. Conrad has moved his shoe shop Into the Frederick's building ou H,H Street. In the new location he will have much more room, and ex pects to carry a nice line of harness In addlUon to his shoe repair business. CIRCUIT COURT HAS SHORT SESSION A short session of. Circuit Court was held, here last Friday and Saturday wltb 'Judge Sklpworth of Eugene on the bench, Th Pt of H. A. Holland, re- celV8r for the Yaqulna Electric Co., was heard and accepted. The peti- n ot the receiver for permission to issu an aoitlonal $5000 worth of re- ceiver's certificates was granted. othr mailers coming before the Curt was the confirmation of a num- ber ot Sheriff Sales, No other matters were taken up. 0 ON TO KANSAS CITY ONE CENT A MILE j. Railroads announce the one cent a 1 mile rate with Pullman privlllges to the American Legion Third Annual National Convention to 'be held ln 1 The rate is applicable to Legion members, their wives and children and widows of men who died during the war. Tickets will be on sale from Octo- ; ber 24th to October 27th and will bear ... ,, IW . imh. " I The U. P. Sys'em proposes extend ing 'the time limit to November 16th tor those who attend, the National Aero Congress, convening in Omaha, Nebraska, November 4th and 6th. Three days entertainment ot all Mmr iaf -n.aria 'f n.kntlin AGATES AS ADVERTISING S. T. Loudon of Eddyville and S. W. Scoville of Pioneer were in the city yesterday working on a proposition whereby the Pomona Grange of Lin- coin County would give an agate to each State ; Pomona -Srange In the United States, . , The 'meeting of the National Po- motia Grange Is scheduled to be held at. Portland in .the near future, and each state will be represented by a delegate. It Is the plan of Messrs. Loudon and Scoville to present each delegate with a Lincoln County Agate, (fhe agate is the emblem of the grange) accompanied by a little folder telling of Lincoln County, and its many resources, and with a picture showing people hunting agates on the btach. , They believe that the expense In- curred would be more than repaid by the advertising received. The granges of the county will be asked for funds to finance the undertaking, as will also the Commercial Clubs of Toledo and Newport. . e L. C. SMITH CANDIDATE FOR COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS . , L. C. Smith has come out as a can- dldate fon the position 6f Deputy Col- lector of Customs for Yaquina Harbor, Mr? Smith has been in business at Newport for several years, and Is well known to the people of the county. He Is well qualified for the position he seeks and -should fill the office with honor to himself and credit to the community. 0 ' SELLS VULCANIZING PLANT ,Fred Salvage, who expects to leave In a few days for Seattle, has sold his vulcanizing plant to Floyd Mock. Mr. Mock expects to continue the bust ness started by Mr. Salvage, and next spring expects to carry a line of tire sundries and will take care ot your wanta in .this line. AT THE MOVIES (Special) Friday 7-Reel Drama, Clara Kimball Yourvo In her latest and greatest photo dramatic triumph, from Marah Ellis Ryan's greatest fiction successes, "For the 8oul of Raphael" 35 cents and 15 cents. Saturday and Sunday 6-Reel Drama "The Right to Lie" Comedy, "Dear Departed" also Ford Weekly, 35c. and 15 eenta. COMING Nov. 4 and 5 "BLACK BEAUTY." 0 C. OF C. TO GIVE ANOTHER . ENTERTAINMENT The Entertainment Committee of (lie Chamber of Commeroa consisting, ot Geo. McCluskey, W. C. Buret oif and Dr. Brown, have provided a snappy entertaining program for the evening of October 28th. A representative of the State Cham ber ot Commerce will be present to tell the people ot Toledo some things they ought to know. Everybody in vited. Meeting will be held at the Chamber of Commerce Rooms. HOW 'WILL THE STRIKE ! AFFECT TOLEDO PEOPLE The hation Is threatened with a big strike of some two million railroad employees, which if carried Into ef fect will no doubt greatly cripple the railroads, end stop the running ot many trains, for a time at least. This strike Is scheduled for October 30th. Judt what effect will this strike have on Toledo and Lincoln County, is being asked by many. j The roads of this county are im passable during the wet winter months, so the use of trucks to bring supplies ln from the Valley Is out of the question. However, we are not entirely cut off aj we have a very good harbor with a line of gas boats plying . between this port and Portland, which . assures us of plenty to eat and wear. ; The railroad company claims that It' will be able to operate trains, In a -limited way at least, so we will prob-: ably not be entirely without mail service, though it may not be very sat isfactory. ' . Provident housekeepers are laying j in a good stock of provisions so as to be prepared ln case of unforseen events. MORNING "JUICE" Commencing Monday, October 24th, the Yaqulna Electric Co., will again resume its morning service. The lights will be turned on at 6:30 and will be kept on until 8. , FARM BUREAU CAMPAIGN SUCCESSFUL 1 The first two weeks of the Farm Bureau organization work closed with v a signed membership of approximately 200 members. The campaign will con- tinue till the first of the year at which : time at least 400 members are assured the carapalg.C hae been, under the direction of the State Farm Bureau, cooperating with the Lincoln County Bureau. During the first week speak- t ers spread the Farm Bureau spirit throughout the county, and the week., following solicitors from the state of- flee assisted local drives in signing up members. There are several communities where no solicitation has been done as yet and as soon as these are cov- ered, each community will be askon to hold a meeting and send delegates to Toledo. From this point on the campaign will be under the direct management of these community rep resentauves: Tho new Farm Bureau plan has many advantages. While retaining ail the advantages of the county unit plan ai heretofore used the members In the new organization finds himself at " once in harness with a million and a haIf farmer, ln aH p, of country pulng for ,ame thmgnd compllahlng results. From the county standpoint the new organlaitlon Is going to have the ad. vantage of being adequately finance th8 meana that lt win be poggiM. t0 m the actUtti traveiiing expenses of community representatives who mu8t meet at some central place o : casslonally If the work of the organlza- tion Is to be properly carried on. Here tofore under the old plan it has never been possible to get representatives to county wide meetings. The solicitors reported that but Ilttle talkln Wfts ne.e"ary to con- vlnce Lincoln County farmers who had been reading of the plans of the American Farm . Bureau Federation, that they should . become member One. farmer near Ona, Mr. . Bunnet, was so enthusiastic about it that he Insisted that he be permitted to pay hIs three years membership dues lo advance. The movement is also getting good support from the counties' bankers and business mon who realize that any movement that will add ln the prosper. ty of the farmer will likewise benefit them; This movement Is bound to mean much for Lincoln County. " NOTICB" OF HIGHWAY REGULATIONS Notice is hereby given that the County Court ot Lincoln County, Ore gon, did on Ootober 11th, 1921, make and enter an order regulating traffic on the Toledo-Sllets Market Road, and on that portion of the Newport-Corval-lis Highway between Newport and To ledo as follows: That between November 1st, 1921 and May 1st, 1922 no chains shall be used on any car, truck or other ve hicle, and ithat no load of more than one ton weight shall be hauled over said roads. . Dated at Toledo, Oregon, this 20th day of October, 1921. Carl Glldersleeve, County Clerk. A one tievro rjhne VIRGINIA Friendly BURLEY Gentlemen TURKISH Th perfect blend f the three perfect cigarette tobacco in one perfect cigarette one-eleven cigarettes 20forl5 w - 4 '