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TOLEDO. LINCOLN COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY, AUGUST 26th, 1921.
Seymour Bell and N. P. Sarinson of
Portland were visitors at tiilei Mon
day. Mr. Sarison Is a logger and
' timberman of lona experience. Mr.
Bell la well known In the county, but
Mr. SarlHon bad never been In th
fcmintv wn u , . .
? Lw , . T
e. for Z,ZT?!! KLT
to market. These
Sllets and th timh th 7 .
Sllet. and the timber that grows In
this section of the county. When told
tflflt SIlAt hail In r rwl ( .... . ( 1 .
... Mu ... avauuiug t-IUl UOi , un-
ttinfhaA K u- l j , ,
elEht6en wiiton t I Tan; E
eighteen billion feet of lumber, as
line as grows anywhere In the north
'west, this was a revelation to Mr.
Sarinson,-who is familiar with the
timber interests of Oregon
gentlemen came oven from Newport
with Dr. Belt In the doctors car.
Jim Franks, Chris Larsen, E. E.
Colvln and Harald Hansen went over
Tuesday morning to work on the new
tock pavlllion that is being built at
Toledo on the fair grounds, This
v""u,"s 's m uj-ivv reel, set on rock
Piers covered with cedar shakes.
m . u.-mj,-- .
"... wvtj .iuuiui uujiaing ior
the purpose of the fair. It was a com.
munlty affair and the work u -rni.
anteer. The Indies served a free din-
'aer. . Just such a dinner as farmers
, "wives know how to prepare on old .
fashioned farms. Some twenty-eight
Jersons worked on the structure and
no time was lost. It should have
been a hundred persons working on
rthe countr Th allent heTle
o farmers to n lZ 1 -t 5 a
rl J.o, T . ! " ntrest in a
niaxier 01 so mucn Importance to
themselves does not snpik wii f.
inemseivcs noes not speak well for
xne public spirit of the county. It is
uui enougn to mass a mere hvlng but Henry Stocker of Newport was at
we should take pride in bringing Lin- south Beach -Monday forencon.
coin county up equal to Tillamook, or j0hn Moore went to Newport Mon
any of the coast counties. This can day.
be done but It takes continuous per- Mrs. Johnson was sick for a rew
evering work to do. The Siletz jays but is better again.
cneese are already galninj In the con-
Udence aqd support of the people by
the excellent quality of the product.
It Is selling readily at Newport, To
ledo, Siletz .and other towns In the
The logan berry people of the Si
letz are looking forward to the time
when a cannery will be establ'shed at
Siletz to-manufacture the fruit into
ouei iv-uiauuiuuiure mt iruii into
Jelly, Juke and Jam,, which lt-ls es-
pecially adapted fer. The demand for
the Juice and jelly la Increasing risht
alotig. It is said in New York a fis
made out of logan berry juice Is
worth fifty cents. This drink is es
pecially used In
hospitals for sick
In a few davs a hundred hnn nlcltnra
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Valley to Independence and Corval-
lis Billle Metcalf Is the manazer and
icouw iu KUkiiuK in coo yiCKurs iu-
Kether and wUl look after their inter-
uiunr auu win iook auer ineir inter-
ests while In the hop fields. Siletz
will be a quiet place when all these
Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Tur
ney gave a musical concert at tho
Government - School building. . The
program was as follows: piano solo.
urogram was as follows: piano solo.
The Lark," opening number played
fay Mrs. Ruthyn Turney. The follow-
Ing numbers were violin solos played '
by Mr. Turney, Hadyn; violin with
Mrs. Turney at the piano; Dudelsack
Minuet, Beathaven. 1. Les Melodies-
Les Alpes, Scheuer; The Bag Pipe,
Op. 2, Turney; Impromptu, Op. 43.,'
No. 1, Turney.
flo; 1, Turney.
The Piper, Op. 41,
Johnnie Jump Up,
28, No. 2, Turney.
Tne Violet, Op.
Do you know
you can roll
one bag of
es. No. 3, Turner, fidelity. Op. 15,
Ia J"88'8 "1" wu,lani
ITU. xa. luniev. . i ii 1st nrnmin a a
followed by a reception given by Mr. ' people of Uncoln Count' w,u F. A. Kurti of Salem this week pur
and Mn. Chaltrraft in hnnn, f m. be Particularly fortunate this year In chased the Toledo c.nri ,.
and Mrs. .Turney. -About one hundred
persons were present. It was a royal
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uu w u. uieon ttucumpusiiea mus-
lclns- During his visit at Silets Mr.
Turkey" has been busy writing the
orche8tration of his light opera Amer-
,can8 ,n Yucatan- He wrote the play
.liberetto and all and has the piano
and vodal scores i completed only
orchestration In to h fiihH
" ".iiuiru is w uo unisnea
when 11 w111 be ready tor Production.
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Frank Nye was in from the ValW
ranK ivye was in.rrom the Aall'ty
iast Wek for a f w dava vUitlnv .-ih
,a" ,wee.K Ior a rw davs visiting wi.h
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Paul Paulson came home sick from
An,anv e Jw Is train Inspector,
,a8t week- b" Sunday,
what improved In health. Mrs.
Paul8n also much better from her
ouver, wasn., oui now ot xsew-
nort. are utavinr fw Hav. wi-h
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hl brother, Chas. L., of this place
Jus' notice, will you, that In time
they a11 corae back nd ay .there is
00 P,a.ce llke Lincoln County after
Mrs. Walt and little daughter, Shir-
ey, who have Men visiting her
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T,n8g Luclle Rexroad, who has been
visltine Mnrearnt Kwine for thn lt
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three weeks, left South Beach for
ner home In Milton. Oregon.
Mrs. Mcintosh. Evaneeline Mcln- ;
ah and Ermine' Clark have returned i
to their home In Portland.
- iRIchard Wolkan came ' In
Wellsdale Monday for a few days visit
with home folks.
Mrs. Hattie Edwards and sons of
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Mar8tlIlela re ltln8 " "8 coovert
Mlsfl Keta Phelps returned home
Friday after a two weeks' visit with
friends at Salem.
Miss Orpha Myers of Portland Is
a v,sltor e nome ot- ner u,It
airs. m. woman. . .
A number of , the people of this
neighborhood spent Sunday at Seal
. Mls9e,, C,ara Mlke,s and azel
Lambert of Lebanon were visitors at
the Wilson nome ""t-week. '. -
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n-ttua' 01 rwuMUl w" m
thi8 neighborhood tuning pianos Tues-
,day and Wednesday of this week.
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Mrs. -A.,H. Phelps departed for
"Yakima, Washington, Tuesday.
Mrs. V W. Ohmart returned to her
homo At Rnlpm TtifiHrtftv after finend-
lug at he home of her
iDg a"w "'I' " tM m W
on C. S Ohmart.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Coovert, Mrs.
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aa- . e -n..pe
Ve ne made trip
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Mr. and Mrs. Howard anO child,
spent the week end &y Nashville. Mr,
Howard is witn tne b. r. o.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiland were In Bert-.'
land a few days the first of the week.'"
Mr,. Hll.n enlne nn to Seattle for
a,n.fi0v nr tnn dava. Mr. Hiland re-
lurning nome weanesuay. .
Mr. and Mrs. Vidito of Brownsville
were here the first ot the week visit-
ing with Mrs. Vidito's eon, Billy Co-
cnell , i
The Hershey brothers of Eddyvllle-
1, TXahvUle Sunday between
in waanvuie tounuay Deiween
trains. They came up to meet little
n.(la. W..,hBtt who was nn the In-
Mrs. Charles Hamar
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day from a two days trip to the Val
Charw Hlnshaw hr traded his
, ha.yH " a7. ,
fllver to Mr. Ray for his team.
. Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Toledo visitors Thursday.
Bert and Mrs. Smith of Corvallls, :
former residents of Nashville, passed
thru in 'their machine recently, home-
ward bound from Toledo and Newport. '
Martin is In Portland this
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Nash and Mary
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COLUMBIA BEACH AMUSE.
MENT COMPANY AT FAIR
baTlng at ?e county faJr M otahe
be8t ttmuBement- nd concession com -
Danles to Play In the State. The Fair
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Board has Just closed a contract with
Ja W. Duff, who has been playing
at Columb,a "lhlng his sea-
"uu lUBrB """" n" come" "
once 10 loleao' cringing notning but
11)8 n'enest claM attractions. -
terns wneei is a orana new ma-
ch,ne of modBrn Th? mry-go-
. round is of the best construction,
, swinging around the center pole the
,taBnd a" tUrnlng- 11 18 e1uiPPed
with an esnec a lv ennil ornn with
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trap Jrums. Mr. Duff assures the
Fair Board thai he will have nothing
to .do wltn the cheap concessions or
shows, and he will not handle attrac
tlons of the .49 dance variety. Re-
contIy tnIs year aa many ag 8000 peo.
ple were on the Columbia Beach
amusement grounds, and the same
equipment tliar entertained them at
Portiand will bo at the Lincoln County
AT the Mflwice .
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY The
, "MY HUSBAND'S OTHER WIFE"
uitth Cut..;. D . a n 1 1
witn Sylvia Breamer and Robert Qor-
don as leads. You will remember
Robert Gordon as "Hock" Finn In
"Huck and Tom".
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1-"-3 "d c
SUNDAY AND MONDAY Frank
Keenan In "DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR"
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and bia businet.. it rewMi. th.
secrets of those who worship the Al-
mighty Dollar. Ford Weekly. 30c. 10c.
Coming, Gspt. 7th, "FLASHES OF
ACTION" War Films, In Five reels.
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MRS. HOLMES INJURED
WHEN CAR OVERTURNS
t 'MTsrEff,la 1'"" ' of Corvallls,
formerly of this place, was quite badly
'Injured Tuesday when the car which
'she was driving overturned with her
near the Stelnmetz place, just this
side of Chitwood.
Mrs. Holmes and daughter, - Mrs.
Dessa Poulson and children, had been
here anil t Ainto Rrh .
of we ks and were enroute home at
time ot the accident On the
grade at the Stelnmetz place they
met a truck, and In turning out Mrs.
Holmes evidently eot too clon .to th
edge and the car rolled down the
steeP embankment pinning her under-
neatn. When rescued she was uncon-
sclous, and it was feared that she
would not live. . She
"8ned Corvallls and late report.
Indicate that she Is recovering nicely
Fortunately no bon wr h,nv.
Mrs. Poulson and children "escaped
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SPECIAL TRAPSHOOT WILL
BB FEATURE AT FAIR
On the annrttnir nritrMm a a.ti..
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111 n imi'iH 1 iniMrfliir 1 a no in niann aet t
tha commlttee- that ot a
?lBee-4rapshoot. As an exhibition
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.AVniir 111 a la VOIV lntaiut n 1. .
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spectators, and the sheot at the fair
this year will be the nrst in vhlch all
interested; In this sport will be able
,t0 participate. Details of the shoot
I will appear on later programs. -
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BOYS AND GIRLS BIG 1
PRIZES: FREE TICKETS
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ea8"r- 10t ot otner D1S PS6S are
.1.. t a .t in .
tickets. Any boy or girl who sells
iouiub me mosi
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worul 01 UCKels wm De B'ven
a free ticket to the fair. Those sell
lnB HO.OO worth will get a free ticket
and ten free rides on the Merry-Go-
"ouna or wneel- P"
such as cndf fountain pens, baseball
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've8 ana amera8 ar tnoee
e'""8 mre la worth of tick-,
ets. Prices on tickets are as follows- '
Season tickets, Adult U.00, Children
. 8 tO 14 years, 60c; daily tickets, adult
160c. children 25c Contest closes
Wednesday, Sept. 7th, at s'lx o'clock.
Bovs and girls outside of Toledo aim.
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a8K yur menQB l,lev wul :
; their tickets from you, then send In
ur oroer llCKOls 10 J: voowr
manager, Toledo, Oregon. Toledo
D0VS and Blrl" 01111 at County Agent's
U",,;B ""ernoous. omn 10 worn rig.it
The tickets are easy to sell if ,
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you start early everybody is going to
the Fair. This announcement opens
Ihe Contest. Adv. i
WILL START MONDAY
now ha crew busy, putting same
. - shape for operation. The name-tot
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-"tom una ueen cnangea
t0 "Yaqulna Bay Packing Co." and
A. I Wallace of Salem ha. been
pi,ced In charge as manager.
Tb Plant will open for business
Monday, which Is good news for the
berry pickers as the starting of this
Diar.t eiiahln th
......... -..i ,mu,o luu growers ana
p,ckf;r8 t0 get a better prlce for their
Minaeer WaIL-i ifn,m. w
a new cooker will, be installed for
lu eai a run, aim Deiore next season
the Diant will h .tir.i. MhH
new equipment in
The comnanv waSu to rn .11
kind, of berries anT fruiu an? wn
Ub p0wer u indurt thefarm
er8 here to dive! tt ImaM Z,'
This county is especially adapted to
the growing of raspberries -trawh
luo rowlnB raspoerries, strawber-
r,es' ,ogan Derrleg and Blackberries
Md U Wl" b" th P'1Cy f tbe MW
u.jmnj, , ui8pens.e inrormatlon on
the growing of these fruits, and to aid
and encourage tha farmers in the
Placing of same. The fruit industry j
hafl wnrlrpd wnrdun o .ri.T.il CLiAm '
"rnea wonaers around Salem
People making more off of a five acre
fr" 'ract than they formerly made
riff nf 1 Hfl iipa Mnnh A
no trouble to get pickers fron the
'ty, who will come here and camp
Pend the'summer picking frul.'s. '
Thn Pflnnapu will' rtrnhadlu hnnJU
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vegetables, but is Drimarilv in tlm
market fqr fruits.
The establishing of an aggressive :
canning concern here means much to '
Toledo and Lincoln county, and the
people should get squarely behind the
preposition and boost it for all it is
worlh- . .
UPPER RIVER AGAIN WINS
In a game featured by its many
hits, the Upper Siletz River again
defeated the Lower River crew by a
score of 9 to 7. From start to finish the letters from your Senators ex
It varied from a comedy of errors nlalnlnsr whv thev dirt" not Ia fnr
one inning and flashes of real base-
t-ii i . .
." uc" auu l" mBny Bpec
tators each an ardent rooter, oper-
elr Vocil cords" at hlgh ten
sion throughout the eame. Slim
FInke at short played a spectacular
SamB but ,n keeDln6 with the rest of
the performance was a victim of the
hidden ball- stunt George Feuchfs
ab'"ty t0 get hlt by the Pitcher was
rcuuy creauaoie, also it showed far
omy 88 three "
broken wthout his help. . The errors
were mostly chargeable to the ex-
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treme r0Ugh Kround8. tact It was
nn ntrnn.TA airh .,
no strange sight to see an outfielder
suddenly disappear from view, and J
stealing eecond was a sure enough
down hill job. The Lower River en-
thusiasts' will lav nut a f!rat Maaa
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aiamona on tne siletz Spruce Co.'s
end will be opened soon for
with outside teams. I
tinner River P.iin 1 d. '
poyt C -
Foyt, R. !
Sltuc)t , . . . TownB. I
11:base an w... T ' II ,7 T"'
' hu " .
base hit, "rwner, Tronsen, Muno and
Stone:-, three bann hit. 1? Pnvt
by Ptchr'- Knight,' Feucht.
nmihla n1nv PlnUa ,
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BETTER THAN EVER
Pendleton, Ore., Aug. 25. Fast rolay
8' teere. bucking
"kmnv" j.m.i.. ...m .... ,1..
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" '-, wwuuy-u. are,
so,ne of tne attractions promised for
the 1921 Rnd-up to be staged In ,
Tj...,,n.. c . 1 nn nn . :
1 D"u"""' Viomuur ana .
The events of track and arena give in-
dicatlon 01 8nmssjng those of all for-1
year". a y of experienced I
rnwhnVR nnrl rnwvlpln " nIll nnm nofn
. ,t' - "Z," . Z .7.
"u " " "'"" worms
I'ftnorda will he hrnlrnn
Professional Engineer In the State
-of Oregon Topography work, Civil
Engineering and Sub-Dlvlslon works .
A. J. McMillan, Toledo,. Oregon I
MAKE FAIR ENTRIES EARLY
The Fair Board la particularly anv
ioua that all exhibits be In place as
early as possible the first day of the
I falr ,nd to accomplish, this end, urge
a liibitors ho possibly can to
miV Ihnlr ktiMai nn Wndnurlnv thn
venth, so the fair may start off
' P"mptly with the opening on the
I eighth. Entries will be received on
,ne morn'n8 W eln" " W
logue. All exhibitors are particu-
: lar,y urged 10 got thelr entrles ,n
early. All entries in the mllK and
hutterfat contest must be entered
, Wednesday, the seventh. Parties ex-
' pecting to exhibit livestock should
make thelr entrle8 betore the Penln6
nf thn fnlr with Mr T. A Tiniwt
superintendent, In order, that proper
exhibit Bpace may be plannoa in ad
. Allien Abbey Post No. 54, American
Legion will handle-all detail in ref
erence to the Bonus In Linnnln fVinntv
-applications will be made thru
thlfl Post. A KtiAcf rI rnmmlftna will
be appointed for this work at their
regular meeting. Thursday, Sept IsC
A Clean-Up campaign is being car-
ried on by the Bureau of War Risk
innrn nn. tl. v.i.. n,,...
under the Sweet Bill just passed, and
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,a suuad will shortly arrive in Toledo
to ciftan 11 n ail mattor. n.pt.ininr in
the aecurm. of romnBn.tinn rnrflMi
wr,te to Box 436. Toledo, and you will '
be notified of the arrival of this squad ;
0r. get in touch with the renresenta
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tive or tne Ked Cross in your district.
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wln take pIac6 n Angeloa Cai.
Crn!a, September 24th and 25th. It
is anticipated that Oregon will send a
largo delegation to the reunion of1
their old division I
a membership campaign will start
with the showing of the war- film.
"Flashes of Action" at Waldport on
the evening of September 6th; New
port, the evening of Sept. 6th; and'
Toledo the evening of the 7th. Get
into line and help us o help you.
Come to the next meeting and hear
COMICAL CLOWN COMING
The Fair Board received the follow
ing letter today:
"Funny Land, Ore.,
August 25th, 1821.
To All the Kiddies,
Lincoln County, Ore.
My aear uttie f riends:
1 am tlle funn,est cIow V0"
saw and am on my way to the Lincoln
County Fair. I have my pockeU, full
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of peanuts-and pennies for you.
ha fr,,.,i om,i,. ,
A W lit
be found asleep somewhere on the
'Fair Grounds every morning of the
fB.it a.nd the boy or girl who finds me
and wakes me up wllfget fifty cents
find n fran rlrin wtrh ma nn tha Farrln
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jvneol ana MerryJo-Kound. Be sure
And come to the Fair.
The Funny Clown.
Mrs. J. J. Fogarty came up from
Newport Friday noon.
- Mrs. Wren Emerson of Wlnnnt was
aToledo visitor Friday afternoon.
Youths' Scout Shoes for Berry
Picking 1114 to 5. Special f 1.95. The
Miss Catherine Collins came over
frora Corvallls Monday for a visit with
hr .,,,. Mr. Fart M.rlr.'r.
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Mrs. David Mahaffey arrived down !
from Portlund last week for a visit
with her daughter, Mrs. A. I. Turner,
with her daughter, Mrs. A. I.
and family, near this city.
turned to the city yesterday, Mrs. I
Turner accompanying her.
Engineer and Mrs. "Bob" Scott
passed thru this noon enroute to Al-
bany where they will again make their .
im h.ain ....1 , a,.n,.u. . 1
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. McCluskey, and
Misses Annie Hawkins and Corlnne,
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rouuuisi uhiyou nuiu m uajr j
evening from an auto trip to Washing-,
ton and British Columbia points.
They visited the Rainier National Park
In Washington, and the cities of Van
couver end Victoria In British Colum
bia, ferrying across the Sound to Van
couver Island. . They covered , some
thing over 1300 miles and report a
Eoworth League Bake Sale at the
n 1 r out r-
Schenck & Wade Building, Saturday .
Tie Oake Candy Etc, . , '
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CHANGE IN ROAD
- v . DISTRICT LAW
., ( ' Toledow Aug. 24, 1921.
Section 4586, Road Laws of
Oregon for the year 1921 amons
joiner tnmgs, provides: . .
Each County Court, at the
j January Term thereof, shall to
.arrange the Road Districts of
th-County, so as to conform to
the provisions of this section:
and at the January Term of said
court, every year thereafter,
and at no other term, make such
changes in the Road Districts
of the County, as may pa deemed,
Section 4590, provides among
other things: Meetings for the
purpose of voting additional
taxes in Road Districts, shalLbe
held in the month of November.
County Court of Lincoln
TROUT FRY PLANTED
T. J. Cral Supt. of fish dlstributloa
arrived over from the McKcnzie river
hatchery Monday with a truck load ot
trout fry for planting in Lincoln
County streams. The consignment
consisted of 50,000 young' Rainbow
and Cut-Throat Trout, most of which. '
were placed .In tributaries of the St- '
Deputy SUte Warden Brown and
County Warden Christensen, together
with A. Q. Schumacher of the Lin
coln County Rod nd Gun Ciub were
in the city to assist in the distribution
of the young trout.
This planting has been going on for
several years In tho Siletz and the
trout Ashing has been gradually Im
proving in this stream.
HOW ABOUT POTATO
The State Fair Board is anxious to .
schedule a potato race between the ;
ladies of Lincoln County and the Port
land Hunt Club team,' the match to -be
held on three nights during the
state fair. The Lincolu County team
expects to accept this challange, and
with a view of preparing the team and
giving a means ot selecting it, special
potato race contests are being ar
ranged for at the county fair and at
the Harlan fair, and on other practice
dates. It Ib expected that the mem
bers of the team to represent Lincoln
County at tl)e fair will be selected, the !
individual members winning their
places through meritorious work in
the contests above mentioned. Any
lady who might wish to enter the eon- '
test at the state fair should write the
county agent or.Mrs. Ben Young, Har
ONA GRANGE TO GIVE
PROGRAM AND DANCE
Lincoln Grange No. 395, of Ona, la
arranging for a big time on the even
ing of Saturday, Sept. 3rd, when.
program and dance will be given et
the Grange Hall. An admission ot
SOc. for Adults and 25c. for children
will be charged. The proceeds ot the
evening to be used for the purchase
of a Grange piano.
ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL
There will be services at 8t, John
Church Sunday Evening, August 28,
at 8 o'clock, p. m. Also Holy Com
munion at 8, Monday morning.)
Rev. Simpson. Vicar.
There will be services next Sun.
day, August 28th, 1921, at 10 o'clock.
No cigarette has
the same delicious
flavor as Lucky
Strike. Because -Lucky
Strike Is the
toasted cigarette. -