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Wincoin VOLUME 30 TOLEDO. LINCOLN COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY, MARCH 24th, 1922. NUMBER S SILETZ H. C. Seymour, state club leader lec tured last Friday at the Grange Hall on the boys end girls club work. The teachers and pupils were out In a body and a good many of the citizens were present. The lecture was very Interesting and was Illustrated by etereoptlcon slides, showing what the boys and girls had accomplished In the state by their club work. The ioys and girls not only get the in formation on these subject taught in the public schools and the home but they get this knowledge suplomen'.ed by teachers from the O. A. C. This is a great help. County Agent Cooter furnished the views and also gave an interesting talk. Mr. Cooter said that there would be a frea moving picture allow al Siletz In the Grange Hull, on March 28th, at 2 o'clock, p. m. Every body Invited and everything will be done to have a pleasant entertain ment. A committee of three was appointed by the president to pass on these jokes. The committee consisted of Alary Alice Benscll, Lavelle King and Otto Tangleman. The jokes took a wide range and some of them were Very funny. The first prize was awarded to Prof. Deeg and the booby .prize went to Mrs. M. S. Collins. The club meetings are well attended and It Is doing a good work in cooperation with the school. Frank Wade Is building a nice chicken house. Frank is going to furnish frys for the community, not to be taken after night but, you will have to buy them. Fred Brown is carrying the mail from here to Mowery's and he goes over the old Government road. He says It is a "Holy Terror", the worst in the county. The birds: are singing, the flowers -have commenced to bloom and the "buds coming forth as though Spring is near at hand. I don't think Siletz has ever been so free from sickness as this year. We have no deaths this "winter and the undertaker's face is as long as the moral law. Major Shepard and his stenographer have gone to Grand Rondo to do some work and from there they will go to the Warm Springs Agency, where con siderable inheritance and heirship ttwaits them. Superintendent dial craft has also gone to Grand Ronde on official business. He will be gone a week or more. Roy Butterfield came up today and will take his mother home. She Is an invalid and needs a gocd deal of care and Roy thinks no one can do that quite as well as he himself. Fred Taylor bought the Crawford olood hounds and is now ready for a chase after bob cats and coyotes. These hounds are especially useful In a sheep and goat country. o NORTH BEAVER North Beaver had about an inch of snow last Thursday morning. H. G. Rhoades and Clifford Phelps were Yaquini callers Thursday. Wilbur Collins and Virgil Rroades went to South Beach Thursday. Clifford PhelpB and H. G. Rhoades went to Winant Friday evening to meet Reynolds Ohmart and nephew, Rex, on their return from Salem. 'Mr. Pruner of West Yaquina was in our vicinity Sunday. Mbst of the people In our neighbor hood are well of their bad coldB and la grippe. Elmer Cook departed Monday for Corvallis. H. G. Rhoades, Fred Cook, D. C. Gray, Earl WalUau, Archie Zeek, Joe Kohler, I. N. Huyett and Mr. and Mrs. A. Peterson were trading in Newport ; and Yaquina Monday. i iMrs. J. M. Bowers was a caller at the Rhoades home Monday afternoon. K. D. Martin of Newport came up! Monday for a brief visit at the Zeek some. Thomas Barker of Poole Slough was I In our vicinity Monday. ! Francis Lewis, who has been 11! the past two weeks, took up his studies again at school Monday. Mrs. H. G. Rhoades and daughter, ' "5 fartrSHaS Hilda, and Mrs. J. M. Bowers, called on Mrs. Archie Zeek Wednesday. H. G. Rhoades and daughter, Aletha, attended the funeral of Mrs. A. A. Walters at Tidewater, Wednesday.. Archie Zeek made a trip to Poole Slough Wednesday. GLEN I We are having beautiful spring weather at laBt. Mrs. John Davenport returned home I Friday after spending a couple of! weeks with Mrs. S. J. Stewart. j Elmer Watkins spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Bohannon. I. R. Payne of Qna passed through here Monday on hi3 way home from Harlan. Mr. and Mts. John Davenport spent Monday night with Mr. Davenports 3ister, Mrs. S. J. Stewart and family, "We are glad to welcome our new neighbor, Roy Aplet and family, who have purchased Mrs. J. W. Daven port's place. Mr. Aplet Intends to batch for awhile as his family will not move here until school is ou. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Stewart are the proud parents of a baby girl, born the 12th. Mary Emma Jean and mother are doing nicely. O. T. Dickson has purchased some hay from Nathan Watkins and U feed ing a bunch of his cattle at the latter "a place. SOUTH BEACH. Mr Omlld's little daughter, Max Ine, has been sick for a few days but is better again. F. L. Moore and family have mov ed back to South Beach again. F. L. has gone to work on the railroad. Little Andrew Johnson has ibeen very sick but is better again. Daniel Boone went to Oystervllle Tuesday morning. Sydney and Kenneth Pruner were visiting their grand parents Sunday. Mrs. Joe Ewlng was sick for a few days but is able to be out again. Mr. Humfleet and wife of Valseitz Is visiting their mother, Mrs. Humfleet, of Pacific View. Dan, Edd and Jim Boone and Albert Seidler, are batching at Pacific View. 'Mercene Felton Is still unable to go to work. ELK CITY iMr. and Mrs. E. B. Graves were passengers for Toledo Tuesday even ing. . ! Frank Llnderman went to Toledo Tuesday on the Transit, returning on '.ho train. j The school boys played the Elk City All Stars, a game of basket ball Tuesday evening, resulting In a score of 14 to 8 In favor of the Bchool. The ' All Stars team consisted of Messrs. Small, Wright, Parks, Noward and Spinney. j A. H. Wells, who has been here the past week looking over the country started Wednesday for his home In South Dakota. I Mrs. J. E. Davis and daughter, Ethel, returned from Toledo Wednesday. I Messrs. George and Harry Spinney, ! Linley Daniels, Hank Mattison and ; Vivian Folmsbee, Mrs. Gatens and i children, Evelena and Biliy, and Miss! Freda Ullman, were guests of Mrs. j Nellie Davenport and family Sunday. ; The swinging bridge at Pioneer has , been completed. The Chicora and transit arrived j Wednesday morning bringing visitors to the Pomona Grange. ONA In spite of a severe storm the social meeting of Lincoln Grange was pretty well attended Saturday night. Clifford Phelps was a Waldpor visi tor Sunday. R. W. Ohmart and little nephew, Rex returned home Friday from a visit i with relatives In Salem. Conrad Thompson went to Elk City Wednesday to attend Pomona Grange, and if possible arrange for their next meeting to be held here In June.' The moving picture sent out by the Farm Bureau will be shown at the Grange Hall Sunday, March 26th. These pictures are very Instructive and everyone should be on hand to see them. The ehow will be free. H. O. White of Salem came down Tuesday, returning Thursday, i I. R. Payne returned home from Har : lan Tuesday, bringing In some fine hogs. FOWLER'S RESTAURANT Hilt St, Toledo, Oregon Ask about our $1.00 PER DAY RATES Best established eating place In Lincoln County E. J. FOWLER, Prop. THE VERY IDEA! It has been proposed In France that laws 'be passed to encourage -h : im irfpratlon c' young American net. with the idea that France needs youth ful males to marry and liavs children. The proposal Inclurob the paying of a bonus to such youn? America:, men as will come, give up iheir American aui take out French citizenship and agree to marry French women. BARGE LAUNCHED O. R. Altree launched his first barge last Friday evening, of those which he is building for A. D. Kern. The barge is 100 feet long by 34 feet wide, seven foot depth of hold, and will be used to transport rock for the North Jetty. M. L. SEITS WIIHDRAWS FROM SHERIFFSHIP RACE) We are In receipt of a lettor from! M. L. Salts of Newport in which he states, ''that business matters have arisen which makes it impossible for me to run for sheriff. I hope Mr. Tin- dull will make a strong race and per-j haps a better sheriff than I. So. please withdraw my announcement as ' a candidate." TOLEDO LODGE NO. 108, I. O. O. F. meets every Wednesday evening. Visiting Brothers always Welcome, L. B. Wiswell, N. ' Carl Glider-sleeve, Secretary. TRY FEEOBMUMI CONTRACTOR AND CREW DOWN FROM PORTLAND Contractor Wlard Mayer and crew arrived down from Portland the first of the week. Mr. Mayer has the con tract for building the power house and fuel bin at the big mill, as well as a number of smaller buildings. He also has the contract for building the resi dences of Dean Johnson and F. W. Stevens. j He has added a number of men to his crew since arriving here at Toledo and in fact he has taken on all the men he could get. J REMODELING STORE FRONT The Batenian Furniture Co. Is hav ing their store front remodeled thlB week. The north half of the building, formerly used as an undertaking par lor, has been fitted up with a plate 6.ss front and wi'fi be used as a "VlctroJa Room." The undertaking parlor will be placed jut back of this room, with folding doors between, ho that the '.wo r on;s can be easily thrown Into one when needed. COUNTY COURT MEETS HIGHWAY COMMISSION The members of the County Court are in Portland this week where they will meet with the State Highway Commission and take up matters rela tive to the completion of the Corvall's- Newport highway, and also the Roose velt Highway, work on which is to be started In the north end of the county. They will also meet with officials of the Forest Service and take up mat ters pertaining to the building of roads thru the National Forests In this county. CATHOLIC CHURCH Next Sunday, March 26th, there will be services at 10 o'clock; , mass and sermon everybody welcome. Father Voltebregt. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Seymour de- Parted for their home in Tillamook county Sunday aftor spending a few weeks with relatives on the lower bay. SAY YOUNG Mah IS THAT TUNC I HARD TO PVAY?y NO 3R. y.v 'sl' CAFETERIA TO OPEN IN FREDERICK'S BLDG. C. A. Mackey, recently of Bend, has leased the Frederick's building, along side Ball's barber shop, and Is fitting same up for a cafeteria. Mr. Mackey intends to have same open for busi ness soon after the first of the year. Mr. Mackey and family resided here In Toledo about six years ago. BERRY GROWERS MEET Prof. Brown of the O. A. C. address ed an enthusiastic meeting of berry growers in the Chamber of Commerce rooms last Tuesday evening. The berry Industry 1b one of the bost paying businesses today. Valley grow ers are getting from $200 to $600 per acre for their logan berries. The ber ries average from four to six tons per aero, and sold last year at 5c. pur lb. During the war they sold as high as ID cents per pound. Local Growers' are contracting their berries to be shipped to Salem in bar rels this season, but as soon as the acreage will justify a cannery or juice plant will be established here. Prof. Brown went to Elk City Wed nesday to address the Pomona Grange. o- AT THE "MOVIES" Saturday and Sunday, Dorothy Dal ton, in Sir James Barries' famous play "HALF AN HOUR" A Paramount picture. Comedy "THE CITY DUDE" 35 cents and 15 cents. FARM BUREAU MOTION PICTURES ARE SUCCESS Before one of the largest crowds ever assembled in Elk City, nearly 150 people, the first showing of the films sent out by the U. S. Department of Agriculture, In cooperation with th Oregon Agricultural College and Lin coin County Farm Bureau, proved highly entertaining and Instructive. To the rumble of old Llzzlo faithfully supplying the motive power to gener ate electricity for the motion picture outfit, the picture flashed on the Bcreen bright and clear furnishing an hour of interest. These pictures will be shown In different parts of the County within the next week, to boys and girls who probably have never seen a movie. The schedule Is as fol lows: Wednesday, March 22, Elk City at 7:30 P. M. Thursday, Mich. 23, Wkildport, 8 p.m. Friday, Mch. 24, Tidewater, all day meeting. Saturday, Mch. 25, Yachats, all duy. Sunday, Mch. 26, Ona, all day. Tuesday, Mch. 28, Siletz, 2 p. m.; Toledo at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, Mch. 29, Chltwood, 2 p. m. Thursday, Mch. 30, Eddyvllle at 1 p. m. Friday, Mch. 31, Nashville, 2 p. m. CITY TO HAVE OCCUPATION TAX At the moeting of the Common Council last Monday evening an or dinance was passed which puts a tax on the, "butrher, the baker, the candle stick maker," and Incidentally all the Test of us. The tax will cover a!l business, professions, Jitneys, trans fers, etc. It Is not heavy, however, and Is for the purpose of giving the city additional revenue. CHINA PHEASANTS LIBERATED AT SILETZ Forty China pheasants, 16 males and 24 females, were liberated on the Siletz Wednesday by game warden M. G. Chrlstmsp. The blrdo were di vided into three flocks, and one flock was liberated at the Agency, one at Joe KoBydnr's place and one at the Upper Farm. If these birds are given a chance they will multiply rapidly and there will soon be hundreds of them In the county. They were brought here from the State Game Farm at Corvallis. mm feiwrv wn JLm. " - u ft WRESTLING MATCH AT TRACTING MUCH INTEREST The big wrestling match to be held In the Toledo Athletic Club rooms to ' morrow evening is creating quite a bit ' of interest among the local wrestling fans. Marvel Edwards, undefeated light-weight champion of Canada, Is a 'dark horse, and Is reported as a very 'fast man. Sanders undoubtedly will have his work cut out to throw him twice In 45 minutes, which he has agreed to do. The match end preliminaries will all be clean and ladies are Invited to attend ns well as men. It Is the intention to put on matches from time to time. One will be staged Boon between Miller and Amort. POMONA GRANGE MEETS AT ELK CITY The first meeting of the year of the Lincoln County Pomona Grange was held at Elk City, Wednesday the 22nd, starting with one of those splendid dinners which the ladles of that vicin ity know so well how to prepare. Im i mediately following dinner, Profes 'sor W. S. Brown of the Oregon Agri cultural College talked very Interest , lngly and Instructively on the market lng and growing of berries and small I fruits, for which Lincoln County is bo well adapted. Plans were laid during the afternoon for a vigorous campaign . to get the 1923 State Grange to com to Lincoln County. Pomona will meet with the graage at Ona In June, and everybody Is assured of a fine time. 20 ASSESSMENT j FOR APRIL FIRST i At a meeting of the Toledo Invest, ment and Development Corporation held this week It was decided to levy a 20 assessment April 1st. t o CAR WRECKED IN SURF Sunday, while driving down the beach from Otter Rock, Johnny Pick ens got caught by the surf at Schooner Point and had his car completely wrecked. The motor was the only part left. Schooner Point is a very dangerous place and has a long list of casualties to Its credlL Yaquina Bay News. ANOTHER BOAT FOR PORT ! LAND-YAQUINA BAY ROUTE C. A. Finger, of the Oregon Pacific Company, of Portland, which operates the achr. Roamer, visited Nowport nntf Toledo Frlduy and Saturday looking over the business prospects and In terviewing merchants of both towns with a view to placing a second boat on the Portland-Yaquiua Bay route. At the present time the Roamer Is unable to take care of the rapidly increasing coastwise trade. Mr. Finger states that a second ves sel will, In the near future, be placed In service on this run. Yaquina Bay News. BRIDGE PETITIONS BEING CIRCULATED The Southslde Improvement Club is circulating petitions asking for the voting of bonds at the Primary Elec tion for the rebuilding of the bridges that were carried away by the flood and for the building of a bridge across the Yaquina river here. The petitions are being freely signed. SCHOOLS TO OPEN MONDAY, MARCH 27 The flue epidemic has about passed here In Toledo and Health Officer Burgess informs us that the schools will be permitted to open Monday. DON'T DOPE WEAK CHICKS Giving "dope" to sick or weakly chicks 1b wasted effort. Vigor is the foundation of the paying flock. Nei ther sentiment, pity, nor purchase price should prevent the owner from killing every weak, deformed, and di seased chick. O. A. C. Experiment station. -CAUSE IT'S DERN HARD TO i i;tfm to 1 5 .