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.: -:.'! ( VOLUME 29 TOLEDO. LINCOLN COUNTY. OREGON. FRIDAY, JANUARY 6th, 1922. NUMBER 46 Wincohi gentler SILETZ The holidays have packed and with them many pleasant memories. It had been e good many years since we had a white Christmas. It waB a treat to coast on the hill sides and to ride ever the frozen ground behind a team of spirited horses going eiglu or ten miles an hour. This was done at Slletz. Every one seemed to enjoy themselves as much in a sleigh as they would tak ing a joy ride in an nuto and there is not near so much danger of an acci dent Siletz may be congratulated upon the splendid order and gojd che r that pre vailed during the weeks festivities. The teachers have returned to their work after having spsnt the holidays at home with their lamilk s and fr.ends. Prof. Deeg went as far aa Souttle to spend Christmas with his lamily. Prof. Deegs tan; fly ara leaders, his wife and two daughters are teaching in the State of Washington. Slletz public School was never so well conducted as now. Order and dis cipline prevails In each department, on j the play grounds 'as well as In tho gym-1 na3luin. The gym is a great blessing : as It keeps the children in the dry ' and thUB prevents the children from I getting colds and other acute diseases. When the children are dry and com-' fortablo they can learn their lessons much better and It saves their shoes and clothing. Rev. C. W. Pogue will hold revival metlngs in '.he M. E. Church, commen cing Sunday the Sth, and will continue for a week or more. Mr. Pogue is a good preacher and has much of the evangelistic spirit. In days gone by the Methodist Church at Siletz had more than a hundred members and It j Is hoped the church work will revive ! at this place again. iRev. John Adams the local minister will assist in '.he meetings. Mr. Adams is well knowa j and has a high standing for his consis- j tent christian character, not only among his own people but among the whites as well. t j The road leading to the Lower Farm j oh the north side of the river is now open for travel. Wagons pass over It : nearly every day. We long for the bridges and would like to se them put back but we will have to wait as the county is handicaped for the lack ot funds. I understand the county court has two ways to raise this money, one ' Is to issue county warrants, payable In one year and the other Is to bond the county for the amount needed about, $S0,000. The bonds to run five vi .a jc,. auu i..o ...at year 10 pay mem on. i ne people oi Siletz favor the bond system as the best wav to eet the bridees built and w. the roads repaired. The bonds will , onng ruauy munejr. wner wurrauis may have to be discounted and may be they could not be paid at all, be cause many peisons will not be able to pay their taxes and much of it will go on the delinquent list. Men who work for wages must be paid or they won't work. Taxes keep mounting up and the tax payers are clamoring for more economy in the expendatures of the peoples money, GLEN ,We still have bo me snow here, is the longest the snow has This ever laid on here over two weeks. Roy Moore came in from McMinn ville last week for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Moore. Miss Eleanor Schildiffeyer returned from Brownsville Saturday, where she spent the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Bohannon spent New Years day with Elmer Watkins. Everett Brown returned to Alpine Tuesday after spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brown. ' W. R., Roy and Alva Moore, J. K. Whoeler, John Davenport and Fred Brown, all spent one day last week chasing coyotes. They were very un successful In their chase. However John Davenport killed a wild cat. Fred Brown .attended tho dance at R. L. Hatha way's on Spout Creek, New Year's Eve. Miss Eleanor Schildmeyer was un- NO ! I OOMT VwVST AN I ENCYCLOPEDIA r! J SWEET J-n H tLr-Ci- Wm , MT)JL " M Jjt'tMJLM) raw mL, -&xx( . ""IWJJTW-- able to teach Monday, having a very severe cold. Richard and Bennie Davenport re turned to Elk City last Friday after spending a week with their brother, John Davenport. Nathan Watklns went to Toledo, Wednesday. SOUTH BEACH Warren Ashworth returned from Portland Wednesday evening. Adelberl Ewing returned to his work at Nortons afttr a few days visit with liis parents. Margaret Ewing went back to Toledo to attend school again, Monday noon. Miss Neta Phelps returned Monday and will commence school Tuesday morning. Mr. Lane returned from Portland after a few days visit. Mr. and Mr3. Ro.&nJ Ha Ln r.tuiued home last week. ONA Mrs. Frank Myers and daughter Miss Orpha, returned to their home in Port land Tuesday after spending the holi days with relatives here. Richard Wulkan who spent his va cation with hiu mother here, left Tues day for Wellsdale where he is attend ing school. Mtas Evelyn Payne returned to To ledo Monday after a fortnight visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Payne. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wilson entertain ed a number of friends at their home Saturday night. Miss Nota Phelps, who spent the holllays with tho home folks, returned Mondc.y to South Beach where she is i teaching. ( Lincoln Grange held its regular meeting Jan. 1. Over 30 members were in attendance. County Deputy S. T. Loudon was present to Install the newly elected officers and also to assist inj initiating a class of 7 new n.embjrs in the 3rd and 4th degrees. The Grange ladles served a chicken dinner which was much enjoyed by all. S. T. Loudon of Eddyvllle and C. M. Warren of Rose Lodge were guests at the J. R. Coovert home Saturday night. Mr. Nelaon who has purchased tho Lirotha rr.nch was in the neighborhood the first of the week looking over his new property. Mrs. A. H. Phelps and daugher Miss Helsn went to Salem last week, where Helen is receiving treatment for her Hearing, wmcn was Decoming coriously impaired. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Gray and children j i .1.- .. leiumeu iiume u.w moi iiiw ween after spendic the holidays with re- aiv--s in Yaauina Our school opened Tuesday after a i, .,.. i weeks vacation. C. S. Ohmnrt and R. W. Ohmart went to Toledo Wednesday, on business. o- GLEN C. F. McDonald and wife and daugh ter of Harlan and W. E. Watklns spent Christmas day at Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Browns. Mr. McDonald Is going on to Toledo Monday and returning Tuea- day. Alva Moore passed through Glen Monday on his way to visit his father W. R. Moore. Mr. and Mrj. N. L. Grant and child ren of Harlan and Mrs. A. B. Moore were dinner -guests at Hilltop Ranch Tuesday. Mrs. A. B. Moore Is visiting Mrs. W. R. Moore the later part of this week. Lestor Grant of Harlan killed a bear Thursday. Eleanor Schildmeyer came up Satur day with the mail carrier after spend ing Christmas t home. Richard Davenport of Elk City spent a few days here this week, taking som.3 cattle homo with him Friday. CALL FOR SCHOOL WARRANT NOTICE Is hereby given that warr-1 ant No. 5 dated March 25, 1921 drawn on bcnooi uistrict wo. 6t yaquina. ore- S??i5n.1PI!?";?.d ?..t,i?:d.f;r .-"i0! funds is hereby called and interest stopped this date Jan. 4, 1922. Ellen Hassman Clerk School Dist. No. 35. &zru ryTTr 1 I -71 ' i 8 rt KTT 77777" 1 m II : 1 Wfca.. T17"RML ' 'i' m t 'Ml R I i B.SJ I . ' I . '-'-'-' . 1 i I .1 f Vj! kit - tJ I i t I II II 1''-.4 LJ . 'ft. r-Zm .r7 A YEAR'S WORK FARMER; NO CORN I If LbsT.Oo!! S fn3O.458.000 SUSAR I 1 fT-v:rfai useo in CMCEse, repjsfe .AShtMcroH fpT 7 1 TT Oleomargarine. r"fci3 ' MONUMENT III ' MALTED, CONOENSEDUt?. r-fc CONSUMPTION MQ Outteh and 7 il X-I 1 ' -Jsf ' MousEHO-o. .JjpyL,! 1 1 neqooQOoa imw 1 1 TrrTjTSa j'" f j io,40o,oocooj5 MEAT I I (V S71 CATTLE, HOSSSHCEP 6IUINVfl77?3r -ffW EXPORTEO , t 1- 1 " " "' ''"Tiirl arJt J8V3 . f I . CJtrowr aX By special arrangement, this nevspaper is able to print the above ?F?5VJ2f lVre .fro? ,he cominS moy.h'i issue of the SCIENTIFIC AMfc.Klt.AN. It shows at a glance he enormous production of food stuifs on the farms of America in one year, and which in terms of trade sells for only 38 cents on the dollar this winter. NASHVILLE Marion Biglow of the Blclow-Doane mil! reports that the new boiler has been Installed and everything nearly ready for work. Mr. Biglow expects to have a full crew of men at work within a few days and intends to steady. run Miles Crewsing who has Deen away for some time has returned and i At Hi. hnm nf hia i.rntti . over bunuay. Mr. and Mrs F. C. Barnes who live uii hock v,reen invnea a numDer ot l Nash and famllv Mrs Lenvitt friends to spend the dav Fridav atl.i u , ,' ! . . .. . y' ianl son having arrived here a week on kock creen invited a number of uieir nome ceieoraung their twenty-' fifth weddine annlvpraarv. Mrs. M. R. Cook, secretary of the Literary Society, reporta that the next meeting will be held Saturday night, January 7th. Mrs. W. L. Stanton and Mrs. Benn Hogevoll will entertain the Nashville Janary h in tte hall abw Stan-'h , ' ,T ,,, " Five Hundred Club, Saturday night, ovvno. lll.o I.1UU WHfl UI KUI1- ... .., 'AiBCu wmnoers recenuy. f,a.v" " "unureu is cor- uio Amundsen and family, Mr. Sen dially invited to join. ; lecht, and Miss Alida Alton enjoyed a The families living at the mill had a chicken dinner at the Buttler Brothers' community Christmas tree Christmas home. Eve, and a big Christmas dinner .Christmas Da at the home of Mr. and I Mrs. BJriow. Thv h , . XT t , , New Year's dinner with Mr. and Mrs. " ' Mrs. j. B, Lister of Hood River, who has been here with her daughter, i,0.i, ion... uui iu diieuu iiib moiu. m. r . Claru w:.s elected chair New Year's week end with her daugh- j mar. and Floyd Buttle- Jo?. A number ter, Mrs. June Edwards. f r new mnmhp. won-. ..,..u..,,i Mrs. Fondall spent a few days re cently at. the home of her daughter, Mrs. Otie Hamar. Otle Hamar was a business visitor to the Valley Friday returning Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Martin left . ' ' .-.u.....iB ( y' . mm rars. w. m. Martin .ert Mon(Iay fr Portland where Mrs. Mav-! uii win vish inenas and relatives, while Mr. Martin makes a business trip to Harney County Eastern Ore- OF THE AMERICAN STRIKE THERE! I I POTATOES I A. F. Englin returned to his work in iuledo Monday. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Cook returned to Nashville Monday after a visit througn the Holidays at Harlan, i Mrs. Clln returned to her home on Little Elk after a few days visit with relatives at Nashville. Mr an(j Mrs Dave titt.. . rt .,. 'dimhior w Hi,in ' . I iuesaay. Ted Lister and L. L. Leavltt arrived in wnhni0 t,100., , .,. . - u a vinu Willi ago SOUTH TOLEDO ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. Bailey who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Gilson during the holidays have roturned to their home. W"1, Darn'y U slck at the Albany 1 , vjii iw i ears uav I In Mpw Vnr.r'o ro M. 1 l. . ... a i-ruj l.ll. UUU ITU 3 rxels Strand and family, Mr. and Mrs. T O TT J V. 1 . ,, some time is Improving and Is now ,r.".. . ' .P "g.and 18 "W . r. maer, who uas oeen hick mr UIO tu UB u DBr, 0. u. , m - - On Fridav Dee 30 the Smith sido rnuay, ic. ao, me aoutn biae improvement Association met at tho Sunny Ridae Schoo' houao and renr. BMa. An enthusiastic mooting was Mr. Schlecht, Mr Amundsen and Miss Alton were callers r.t th'3 Harri son home on New Years Day. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hayes, who haro ueen visaing relatives at Mierldan, are expected home In a few days. Mips Muriel Seaton and her brother Lynne from Portland spent a day lust week at the Haven home. School begun again this week with a full attendance, after a weeks vacation, Sunday School will begin again at the school house on Jan. 8. It has been discontinued on account of the illness of Mr. Hiser, the Superinten dent ROCK CREEK. Miss Inez Reeder is visiting with friends and relatives in Ashland. S. L. Elliott is visiting A. C. Wlgle 'Delbert Ewing has returned from a visit with his parents at South Beach, and family at Summit, Henry Zblnden was up from Slletz last Saturday. Grandma Morrison is back from Duilos. Joe Moyer has bought a gasoline drag saw of G. E. Wilson nnd made a trip to Nortons after it last Thursday. John Blosser butchered a beef Tues day. j Dr. Albert Carey is back from a visit : with relatives at Gaston. Miss Helen Reeder who has been suffering from the toothache is at . Toledo having dental work done. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Southwell are ! visiting a few days at Victor Niemi's. MARRIED Alfred McRltchle and Miss Borgny I Romtvodt wero married December j twenty-eighth, Rev. J. D. Cain of To- j ledo officiating. Tho brldo is well ! known In the vicinity of Toledo, being a ' graduate of the Toledo High School, j The groom is an ex-Canadian soldier or Vancouver, B. C. On 'he evening of the 28th, Mr. and Mrs. McRltchle were entertained at the home of the brides sister, Mrs. Willard Graves, thirty of the neighbors being present . All enjoyed a good time. o AT THE MOVIES Friday, Saturday and Sunday 5-Reel Drama "THE GIRL IN THE WEB" 1-Reel Comedy - "PARK YOUR CAR" 2-Reel Serial ''The Avenging row" 8 Reels Full Pitogram Serial tra 35 cents and 15 cents. Ar- Ex- NEW DRYGOODS AND GENTS FURNISHINGS O. H Franzke of Newport has rented the store building recen'ly vacatod by tho Lincoln i.'ounty I'.ank and will put In a completo line of dry goods, cloth ing, mens' furnishings, boots and shoes, etc. E. L. Scott, who will be in charge of the store, was in the city yesterday. Mr. Scott stated that it would probab- I.. Ko It n m(,l.ll ,,F VKrn I.Pm.,1 the new store Is open for buslnens, as , ,,,., ... . .,..,., ..., the building bus to be remodeled and changed over for store purposes. Mr. Frunzke has two stwes now at Newport. SHIPYARD FOR TOLEDO The building of the rock barges for A. D. Kern Is but the entering wedge In the shipbuilding Industry on this bay, lf PlilIls now contemplated by O. R. Altree are carried out. Mr. Altree, who is one of the best shipbuilders on the const, (wood con struction) is assembling a seven thou sand dollar shipbuilding outfit at his yard in West Toledo. Ho has tho . i.. , I - lllla work' B- ' b,!l"S bought "ore m ,i, ki r.. . oi....i....i.i... II .'HI tuo Vl, V. II 1 II I UII 1 1 1 1 1 II IJ 11 1 1 U 1 1 1 b i . .i . . . . plant that was in operation at Port- land during the war, and when he ...-. ,', , fifteen to twenty men steadily. Ilo now has a contract to build sev- era". bnrgeB for A. D. Kern, which wfll be used to transport rock for Jetty construction. These barges will bo 34 by 100 feet, with seven foot depth of hold. Mr. Altree ulso baa a contract to build a. fishing schooner for California purties. The schooner will be 65 foot In length b 16 de.i.l, of hold. foot beam, seven firot I Mr. Altree will do some repair work for the Newport Transportation Com- puny, and will repair other boats. PACIFIC SPRUCE CO, REMODELING BIG MILL President C. E. Johnson and son. and F. W. Stevens, general manager. of the Pacific Spruce Co., a.Tived down from Portland Wednesday even ing to start active operations in the remodeling of the big government mill. They were accompanied by architect Swan and a number ot mill Wrights. They were out bright and early yes- terday morning at tho mill and a plan of campaign mapped out. The mill was built by the government for the j exclusive manufacture of airplane spruce, and before It can be used for ' commercial purposes It Is necessary j that many changes be made. The front of the mill will be lengthened for tho handling of longer logs, a part of tho building put up by the govern mr: t for a cut-up plant will be torn dow'h. Tho big sorting shed will also he torn down and a number of other changes made. The mill was but soventy per cent complete when the war ended, al though the necessary material for completing same was all assembled and on tho ground. The completion ot the mill and tho changes necessary will probably take five or six months time. Tho new company however ex pects to rush everything as fast aa practical and the mill will be in full operation not later than the flrdt of June or July. A number cf local men were put to ; work this morning and will be employ led Dtoivdily. The office building Is be ing re-roofed and put In shape for oc cupancy. Much work Is also nocessasry on the railroad to Waldport before trains can be operated over same. This work and the logging will mean much to tho metropolis of South Lincoln i County, and a thriving little city will spring up at the mouth of tho Alsea Bay. The steamer Powers will be over- hauled and put In shape to handle the J towing of logs from Sou.'h Beach to , Toledo. Wo aro Informed that the .company will also do some logging in the Weasel tract, north of Toledo. WAR TAX REMOVED Effective January Is', the war tax was removed from shoes, clothing, ice cream, soft drinks, railroad tickets, and a long string of other articles. It Is however still In effect on movie tickets, entertainments, dances, etc. TOLEDO 31 ; NEWPORT 19 In a fast game nt the Fair Building last Saturday evening the Toledo bas- k,,t hall team won from the Newport ImVH bv .tllfl Rcnm nt .It In 10 Ijarvlra - ...... Wll the star basket shoo'er for the tih,Io ir,.n n,i,ip. n,m f, m Toledo team, making them from all ungles. The town team expects to play the Waldport and Slletz bore in the near future. 1.0. 0. F. JOINT INSTALLATION Toledo Ix)dge No. 108 and Do Good Rebekah Lodge No. 70, I. O. O. F. will hold Joint installation at the I. O. O. F. Hall, Saturday Evening, January 7th, 1922. Members of both orders cordi ally Invited. NOTICE highway motor transportation To . .... "-".p-... ai.u persons, Aim 10 wncm It may Concern: You and each of you are hereby no tified that the law parsed at the spec- lal session of the Legislature provid ing for supervision and regulation of transportation of persons and property for compensation over public highways by motor vehicles, is now In force and effect, and you are advised to secure Instructions by communicating with the Commission Immediately . For your reference and convenience a copy of the law Is now on file with the County Clerk. Hated at Salem, Oregon, this lilst day of December, 1921. Public Service Commission of Oregon Attest: Uv Wm. P. Ellis, Fred A. Williams, Secretary Chairman' a Little KNOWltTXJE WONT hurt!