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VOLUME 30 TOLEDO. LINCOLN COUNTY. OREGON. FRIDAY. MARCH 10th, 19Z NUMBER 3 OILtTZ The Indians heW another mass meet, i n., . . .. n luumimy bi me, uovernment school building for the purpose of de- j terminlng who should be placed on the payroll to receive money that Is to be distributed to the Indiana that be long to the Confederate Tribes that wore brought to the Siletz In 1857. The meeting was called to order by oupenmenaent unalcrart. who ex- plained the object of the meeting. Clia. Larsen acted aa sacretary. All applications to get on the payroll closed January 14th. This shut some cut that might have been on the pay roll if they had gotten in a little quick er. This payment is money received by the Indians for the sale of timber lauds located on the Siletz Reserva tion. The amount 1s f 19.8SO to be dis tributed among 418 persons). Each per son will rnccive $47.80. This Is a fine section of timber across the river, west from the Agency. It was re served for the Indians when the res ervation was; opened up for home steads. It was sold to an eastern -syndicate for 161,000. The money has all been paid and this is the sec ond payment out of that money. An other payment will be made some tdme during the summer. In a meet ing of this kind the younger Indians Inow a good deal about parliamentary Tules; know how to make and second umuuui mm ti u bo, qul'e as well as the whites. They elso know how to scrap for points and for their own interests. The meeting 'was very orderly and well conducted. A number of good speeches were made by -leading Indians. Rev. C. W. Pogue organized a boys' j and girls' society at S'letz Saturday ' evening with a membership of 27. ' Our motto will be "Endeavor to get some one o Join the society at every meeting." The object will be the re- ligious and moral training of the children. President, Evylin Christo- person; Eocretary, Marr - Jans- -An- person; treasurer, Arthur . Bensell; attendance of 25 members. One can- 1,16 budget to prevent a greater in- Quant pd family formerly resided In railroad and sawmill propertioa hre. of thoir year's schedule of demonstra planoist, Mary Alice Bensell. It is didate was initiated in the 1st and 2d urease. 77e ".Tied, however,, to ex- Southern Oregon, near where Mr. and This Teport is not truo mid as yot no. tlon meetings, picture shows, educa surprising how quickly these young deKrees. During the lecture hour, P,a!n wlly that particular item should jMrs- Moore nd It was quito a 1 appointment has boon made. The tionul talks, and community organlza- pc-ople learn to answer questions ana advance in the society work. Teacher, C. W. Pogue. Membership collecting commiClee, Mrs. Arthur Bensell. , The east wind and bad weather that hrs prevailed for sometlme, have caused a good many colds, but noth- Ins so far that has raised to tne Qig- Dity of the Spanish flu. .When a cbild gots a cold it is kept at home and nursed ud till It eets well. This only takes a few days. " I The telephone line Is now up and( doing good service. This is due largely to the persistent efforts and staying qualities or urani tung ana Chris Larsen. I We had a magician tell us that we are going to have an early spring and a prosperous year. So we. are optl- mistic and happy. Mrs. Grant King came over from Portland to stay a few days with the family. She likes Portland and is do ing a nice business with her apart ment house. Grant wears a broad smile since his wife came home, Orant is a genial, clever landlord and he Is also doing a good business.,, His daughter, Helen, is chief cook, and I tell you, everything Is In apple pie order. Mrs. W. S. Hall has Just returned from Portland where she had some! i dental work done while visiting with Mrs. King." j Farmers, I believe, have lost no stock and are pretty well supplied with feed. SOUTH BEACH Mercene Felton Is still confined to will succeed In.ihnlr efforts. We too enjoyed by all. Those attending were: near future, the house most of the time, ... " ai working to. .get a bridge one Misses Lottie Crawford, Morjorie Co- 0 Margaret Ewlng came home from across the Yaquina at Toledo. If the ?lne, Doris Wright, Cenella Parks,' pia(M qaii onln c-r Toledo last Monday evening, her SJlotz and the Southside will Join Alice Davenport and Rose Davenport.' LANMNLi RAILROAD ST. school being closed on account of the forces it is certain that all will be Messrs. Geoige and Harry Spinney, ' Section foreman Carey ai.d crew, as grippe. ... ' u 1 served, whereas by working separately Vivian Folmsbee, Ralph SchrhHt, Al- slated by Fred Horning with one of his Mr. and Mra Eric Johnson have both measures might,., and probably fred Jacobson and Glenn Cosine. blg teams, have been busy the p.ut moved into one of Mr. Tarn's houses, would, be. defeated. It Is generally A dance will be given in the Grange several days grading Railroad street ..The Berry's, have moved Into one supposed that there is a ferry connect- hall Saturday night, March 11th. All ' nd getting It roady for piunklng. The of the old hospital buildings. .. . ing the Bouthaidei with, Toledo but are welcome. - sv..vel is bebi plowed up and hailed There are about 25 or 30 men work- when anyone on the Southside wishes ... The bridge crossing the Big Elk off so as to put the top of the plank ing on the South Beach., railroad to get a load across, he usually has to which was damaged by the flood, Is about the same h eighth as 'what the cleaning out the slides and repairing HOME SWEET HOME Ear Hurst the track. . .- ' Mrs' "umne valselt has traded for Dronertv 1 Palfln Vl " ' NORTH BEAVER . "Well, we nave some more rain taven't we?" Mrs. Archie Zeek and little son wI(Jl Mnj Joe Rohle R . Mrs. Henry Rhoades and daughters, Aletha and Hilda, were guests of Mrs. J. M. Bowers, Thursday afternoon. Archie Zeek and William ' Smith made a trip to Poole Slough Thursday. Mrs. Hattie Edwards called on Mrs. H. Q. Rhoades Friday afternoon. Thomas Barker of Poole Slough was in this vicinity Saturday. Archie Zeek made a . trip to Oyster- ville Monday. I H. O. Rhoades, Mrs. D. C. Gray, Mrs. ' Hattie Edwards, Muss Neta and Clif-, ford Phelps were trading In Newport and Yaquina Tuesday. Mrs. J. M. Bowers was dinner guest at the Rhoades homo Tuesday. Francis Lewis has been seriously 111 the past week. Mr", anil Mr. A. Pnlnrinn TT fl Rhoades and Gene Cook were Yaquina visitors Wednesday. Wilbur Collins of Seal Rock l visit Ing Vfrgll Rhoades" this week. H n Rtwuia. . h...ino.. t(J Toleio Tnur8day for Mr p, jjr Cook. Messrs. Virgil Rhoades and Wilbur Collins, Misses AJetha and Alpha Rhrilon mil Rionh nvmnn ,.. ftt KonIor home esday evening., 4 ONA , Guv Twomblv and N. L. Onllliam maie a business trip to Toledo Mon- (jayi returning Tuesday. jfrg. Hattie Edwards, Mrs. D. C. cra Mjg8 Ne;,, phein's and Clifford rhelps were Newport visitors' Tuesday. Lincoln Granze "mat Sundar with n pians were made to organize a debat- Ing teBm 80 W9 TOay look. forward to BOme i,vely argunl6nts in the' future. Mr. . t T.11f8on ent" . tained a number of friends Saturday 6Venin!r those present beine Mrs tuttie Edwards, Miss Nota Phelps, jjjgj LaVera Payne, Miss Hope Wol- kau Guy xwombly, Clifford Phelps, Dejnp shermer and Ben Twombly. ' uton i7-n u , i, j . ' U11DB OanDUlOU UUU UUDlUBaB 1 11 tiliis neighborhood Tuesday. Mgg Hope woDfau visited the first ot tn9 week witl, Migg Ev gneiiy and UIsg BV0ivn Hubble I ,MoBt of Ul0B8 have Deell 8uffer. In? with nAvnrA rolila fnr thft Tvnet turn ,weeig nttVe recovered i Mra it h Cook nd' gon Eimer visited Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Gray Wed nesday.' . SOUTHSIDE , Some of the farmers of Southside have started their spring plowing. , ' Mrs. Harry Clark has been confined t0 har home for the Iast few 43,8 by an ttack of Winsy, but Is Improving, ralss uuson nB8 068,1 I"118 B1CK Bmce iay. we are giau 10 hear she will soon be able to return to ooL . . , Tna Southside has Deen much in- . . - . . . . . . terested in watching, through the "Leader-' the efforts of the people of Sllet to securo th8 rP'aaK Miages wnicn were aestroyea aurmg tne noon, n is a preuy iiara proposi- Uon to get along without a bridge as we "Southsiders" can testify by long expenencs. we sincerely nope wey borrow a boatj, and after crosefng he MAfi-O-MAN LOOKA THAT THIS SEfcSlPE STUFF IS SUt? THE THING FEC A MATHEMATICIAN WITH IW UNOERSTANDIW SAY. FiGuees eerTR THAT EVERY DAY- v m s CYC! " HflTTieJ DO YOU (SLASS Wo ar9 sending one of our representatives to Toledo, at the "Lincoln Rooir3," Thursday, March 16th, to examine your eyes and fit you with glasses if you need them. All work guaranteed no charge W examination. Ask your banker to ask any Eank in Salem as to our ability, standing . and reliability. We are associated with Drs. Finluy & Steeves, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Specialists.F MAY WE SERVE YOU? Morris Optical Company "Oregon's Largest 203 TO 211 BANK OF SALEM, mu8t 1,unt for som6 meana of havIng his load brough over. Some have had to lt several dtty for transportation ( other than by small boat. With nelth- r euy nor bridge the people who live acuta of the bay are practically ' train uie county saar,. un uti - ?ay' Marcl1 3d' a l9rge QeeSaUn from the Southside, with John Butler, W. f- 1 1 J t r a r . i. i v . i . una n. a. ocniecm, as ieaa- rs- waited upon the County Court to inquire why a budge across the Ya- ' quina, which had received a favorable 1 I vote several years ago; was O.K.ed by 'the War Department and placed upon the County Budget, could be pigeon- holed- 0ne f th8 Commissioners ex- plained that it was because a bill had been Passed that the Increase in the tax levy could not be more than 6 of wht the tax was for the previous year; so this. Item was removed from ba removed Inriead of any other. The Court agreed to send to Portland for 016 approved bridge plans which have been waiting there to be called for 8ver since the War Department gave ts sanction. At the regular meeting of tne Southside Improvement Club, on Saturday, March 4th, It was voted to draw up petitiono to be circulated to secure signatures of those who wlnhed the meamirn tn ha nlnAH nn . . u VH tne ballot concerning the matter of voting bonds for the building of the bridge across the Yaquina at Toledo, o . WINANT Mlss MarBaret RlBton, teacher at Moody, spent the week end at the Dann home. unrs. d. r: Branson was a visitor at Wlnant last week. , . Mrs. W. R. Moore went to Corvallls J. C. Miller waa transacting busl- Monday to take care of one of her ness in Toledo Tuesday. . . . ' friends, Mrs. J. A. Wise, who is seri B. F. Updika took a scow load of busly 111. wood to the Elk CItv nuarrv Thuradav. I' Mr The Barker family on Poole Slough Is reported to be quite sick with the grippe.- . Miss Schleisner of Portland Is visit- ing her parents on Poole Slough. , Mrs. D. C. Killer and son, Raymond,1 spent Friday with relatives In Yaquina. rjirs. V. a Boone spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Tom Christensen. j pLK c.ty I - - v a surprise party was given ror miss Rose Davenport on the evening of March 9th. The occasaion being her eixieenm oinnuay. a gopa time was being repaired. WHCftlT COMES TO CftRCYk OH THESE SEA NIMWS fM A REGULAR -POO G0e T I AM BY DERN LOOKS UKf, .jjr I USt9 : NEED Optical Institution COMMERCE BUILDING ... OREGON Many Elk City people have been , sink with the influenza ther last two weeks. Mrs. James WInskiU and daughter, Mia. Thompson, left for the Valley ! hat week. i air. ana Mrs. f ranK uatens were ( visiting Mrs. Gaten's parents at Beav- er. Creek, last week. I . . . . ina quarry men nave oeen working on a bridge creasing the Big Elk river -it will be used to convoy rock. GLEN S. C. Quant of Eddyville, who U buying furs for the Patterson Fur and nMT -. w Aioany, was in tne neighborhood last week. He spent Wednesday night at Mr. and Mrs. J. K- Wheetyr's and took dinner with Mr, Mrs. W. R. Moore Thursday. Mr. lreal " lalK- over oia times and about . oId Wends and neighbors there, Mr. yuanl went 011 w Hiarlan. John Davenport received a tele phone message from his folks at Elk City Ifl8t week stating that they were aI1 victims of the epidemic similar to mimonza, wnien is going aDout. we can 8,11 congratulate ourselves in this v'c'nity that we have not been visited so far, and as BDrlnit la nearine it is I"19 Probable that we may not be. '. c- w- Brown has been doing some grafting In bis orchard. i Nathan Watkins went to Toledo on' Wednesday. Raymond Martin returned to his home at Toisdo, last Tuesday after spending most of the winter with his sistei!. Mrs. John Davennort and fam. ny nere. Friday with Elmer and Nathan Wat- kins. Mr. Heady and son came over from Toledo, Sunday to spend a few days With John Davenport. Mr, and Mis. W. R. Moore and grandson, Everett, and Elmer and Na' than Watkins wera dinner mmtn of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Wheeler Sunday. w. R." Moore accompanied Mrs. Moore to Toledo Monday on her way to CorvaUU. .. ej, watkins Is In receipt of a 1,, from Meflar9 Bugh of Chicago, ' to the effect that ey anticipate mov- jn- jjj on places here In the I gravel was. BUT MY GOOD NESS HATTIE OERN PIGHT DIS GRACEFUL" Tweee ftINT ENOFi KJOJIj . . ...... CONTRACT LET FOR FIFTEEN HOUSES At a meeting of the directors of the Toledo Investment - & Development Corporation held laBt Saturday even ing a contract was let for the building of Ave five-room bungalows and for ten four-room bungalows. The sue- cessful bidders were Messrs. Johnson & Blaisdell of North Bend, Wash, Seven other bidders submitted bids, Johnaon & Blalsdell's bid was $23,- 016.00 for the fifteen houses complete, they to furnish everything -and turn the Keys of the completed houses over to the Association. The houses will be modern and will 'iave the plumbing Installed,, septic tanks built, etc. iFiva of these houses wiU be erected on the Gllderaleeve tract In the Bouth- east part of town and trie other ten on the Howell tract up Run Bottom. They are to all be completed within sixty days. BERRYMEN AND FRUIT GROWERS MEETING Horticulturists end berrymen inter ested in this promising Industry for time and will be completed In time for Lincoln County will be interested In a tourist travel this summer. Comple special meeting et Toledo, March 21st. tlon of this road will be of much Inter Professor W. S. Brown, head of the est to auto'.sts, as it will enable tour Horticulture Department of O. A. C. ists to visit the Waldport and Yacbats will be the special speaker. In ad dition to Mr. Brown's talk an educa tional picture show consisting of a number of reels Illustrating the better agricultural practices In potato grow ing, dairying, and the like will be shown. Another reel o very special interest, one showing the beauties of the Columbia .Highway will also be shown. Both the show and lecture will be free to the public. NO RECEIVER APPOINTED It has been, rumored around town this wc pointed i weekUlra Wado bad been receiver or the Flscaor-Storey principal Dona naiuers in me company scemea ;o De unnuio to agroo on a man work for 1922. The first schedule be for receiver, and Judge SUIpworth gins Monday, March 13th, to 18th in suggested Mr. Wade as a compromise elusive, and will consist of a series candidate. For rubber boots, oil clothing, guar- snteed waterproof loggers' shirts, see iOivin. : ' t fj DODELE DEAD wora waa receivea nere tins weeK ,llat E- M- Dodele dled at hia borne , at Wo11, near Crvalll3, last Saturday. mT- uoaa,e as in tne nay and ieea . business her, about a year ago, a.id ,s qulte weli 1Down here- o- SAWS FINGER OFF E. B. Townsend of tills city bad the misfortune to saw off the Index finger of his right hand last week while op erating John Yasek's gasoline wood saw, and badly mangled the second finger. Dr. DurgeBs dressed the injured I"cuu7ra uuu ml" "- that they are getting along as well as could be expected. BUILDING NEW HOUSE Vlvan Peterson Is assembling ma- Ule roads 'nPrve, these moBion pic terial for a new house on his lot near turM wl11 be held in every community . . Th- viiv uaji v,h; idooi tvui iiuiiu t. swan 1 has been hauling lumber the past week ' ftnd the house will soon be well under way o lriUM ci cmmiw iaiii enu JQMIN rLtlVUVIUMU WILSON John Flemmlng Wilson, the noted author, and who was In the newspapor business nt Newport about ten years ago, publishing the "Newport Mai), died at his homo In Southern Calif- ornla the flrjt of tho week, doath coin-, lug as a resu't 'jt burns. - o CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEETING POSTPONED Owing to the flu epidemic the regu- lar March meeting of the Chamber of Commerce has been indefinately post poned. The next meeting will be at the call of the president. I is i but dear mfo I m- I AN ITS JUST r$m I AMY fjt-ftiiT w?swr wm to f I Hit- UU ON VI Ni, . I . IAI m OAOO II iv w- r -. m k I m, jv 1 t ks& CHAS. F. SOU LE DIES AT PORTLAND Charles P. Soule, formerly of this -city, passed away Saturday, March 4th, at bis home in Portland. Mr. Soule had been bedridden the past live or six years, and about two years ago he had one of his legs amputated, Mr. Soule came to Lincoln County from Nebraska in the year 1899. He started a paper at Yaqulna known as the "Yaquina Tug." After about a year at Yaquina he came to Toledo and bought the "Lincoln County Leader," which' ho published until 1907 when he sold out and moved to Portland where he has since resided. He is survived by th0 wife, who hao the sympathy of her many To- ledo friends In her sad bereavement, 0 ERJOGE AND ROAD WORK TO BEGIN ' avjawfuitr, ur., Marten (Spe- ciail.) Andrew Porter, road master for Lincoln county, will begin the con struction of the Beaver Creek bridge thl8 week. The Newport-Waldport road work will be started at tho same sections, famed for their fishing and hunting. lOregonlan. MOVING PICTURE SHOWS ILLUSTRATED LECTURES EDUCATIONAL DEMONSTRATION MEETINGS TO BE FEATURED Lincoln County Farm Bureau Co operating with Extension Service From O. A. C. Will Hold Meetings In Every Community of the Courvty. , With the abating of the La Grippe w Flu trouble the Farm Bureau cooperat tagwtft. U O.. A..C. Extension Ser- ylce announce herewith the beginning tlon meotings, which will feature the of Illustrated lectures on boys girls club work wth Mr. H. C. Seymour, State Club Leader from O. A. C. as speaker. His schedule as as follows: Elk City, March 13th; Chltwood, Mch. 14th; Eddyville, March 15th; Nash, ville, March 11th, Siletz, March 17th; To:Bti0 March 18th. Tna last ti?n a(lyfJ ot March, 20th to 30tn inclualve, will be given over to a Berieg 0( motion picture shows, the Oregon Agricultural College supplying the motion picture outfit and reels. The outfit is a unique affair, and Is operated by a belt driven from the rear wheel of a Ford car. The pictures 'conulat of reels showing the beauties of the Columbia Highway and other scenic spots of the state; other reels are illustrative of better agricultural practices In the matter of potato grow ing, dairying, and the like. This first gerles of motlon pictures will be sche- duled at points where conditions are ouch that a Ford oar can be gotten to the hall. i As the summnr season advances, and of the County and the boy and girl on - tha farm wln be able to enJoy a moU "P!ture snow TlM at hfme- , On April 3rd to 5th, H. E. Crosby, Extension Specialist In Poultry wH be ,n the Cou'ity for a couple of dem,. on8traUon moetlngs. On April 1st tV 8th Inclusive, the Jersey Cattle Club have arranged for the film "Hearts and Jerseys" and will put on a couple or three Bhows. The first County Project meeting will be conducted by Professor E. B. Fitts on April 10th to 12th inclusive. The first Home Demonstration Special- Ists will be in the County June 18th to 24th, and July 9th to 15th inclusive. The . Specialists . coming are Mies Cooley and Miss Smith, from the Horn Economics Department ft O. A. C. ; Make 5 It's Easy I IF YOU DO BARE MORE lUHAVe otND YOU HOME EL, I' i t ' I' ll'