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TOLEDO. LINCOLN COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th. 1921.
Mr. end Mrs. W. S. Hall and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Laraen have Just
uii ui oajs j
camping trip down the SlleU in the
VlclnitV Of Euchra mountain unit flariar
creek. Persons who are familiar wltlr
this creek know where to got the fish. '
The party report a good time and
caught all the fish they needed in
camp and brought sis or a dozen
home. It is no joke to say that per-
sons who are closely confined to
business will live 25 or 30 years
longer by taking these outings often.
"J .iwiud ' vuku&o UlLfJU.
f .!i a Wfllinmo li'.a dniiirlil Mi. I.'-
' "to. iui. ucuu
cut in the loganberry business and
will In the future conduct that busi-
ness himself. This includes fifteen
- acres of logan berries aad twenty
acres of land in .StliAz Valley a rich
aimviaj son. iuo puius aio Hue anu
aiKiui one-iourm oi tne piauls will
tear a tine crop ntt year. Uileus is or six hundred thousand feet of lum
the' home 01 the luari ueny as Well ber. Such mills would have to be
as oilier auiUil iiuit. Air. Kearn dues
4iut renjd now tue ousiudtis iocause
J,u iiiiuna it woiiL 1,1;. n,r ,hn rr. '
on turn lie is a just ciaas elucirician '
and he would raitior luii'jw thai ousl-i
ness. He and Airs. Kearu wia proo- Yaquina harbor has cost up to this
aoiy go', to Cuiiioruiu to spend the t,me over eight hundred thousand dot
wimer. I lars and the project is not yet finished
bueu was well represented at the ' wlu probably cost a million and
County air held ac Toledo the 8th, nal' 'oil before it is completed.
8th, and luih. The weather was Ideal. Tne PP'e don't want to loose this
The farm products were not as good !
as many of the previous fairs had
been but the stock was fine-much
better ihan ever before. The dairy
anents were good also. The merry- . " .... t. .
nn..nj ... and w don t want to loose th s val
round and toe Ferris wlieel fur- t, ....
Wished amusement for the little folks
and tha older fnlltu as wall nut tha
aocial features of the fair were en-
Joyed by all. It Is good for all the
.neighbors and friends to meet once
and renew clli acqualntencea,
talk over the past and enjoy them-
j . .u- .-.-.j.,-
. iu mClll luo rienusiiip
that should exist between neighbors,
everywhere. - The exchange of ideas
Jmproving the farms, the stock and
the home life of the community. The
people were pleased with the Lincoln
County Fair and think it should be
kept up from year to year. The sham
"battle was great and gave the people
p chance to see how a real battle Is'
conducted. The Coast Artillery, pre- Barl Wolkau drove to Yaquina Sun
Son Nation Guard under Lieut.' U H. day afternoon to meet his uncle and
Brown deserves- much credit for the aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gold worthy
aplendid manner' in which this mimic of Portland, who will spend the week
battle was conducted. Many mem- Bt tne Wilson and Wolkau homes here
Iters of this organization are ex-ser- Mrs. Ed Howe and baby son, Mis
Vice men and members of the Legion. Violet Saunders and Glen Howe were
Your correspondent attended the guests at the Phelps home Sunday.
Community Club meeting at the Mid-. Road Supervisor C. S. Ohmart and
way Theatre, Newport, Monday even- Quite a large crew were at work on the
Ing at 8 o'clock p. m. This meeting road down Beaver Creek Monday. This
was called for the purpose of Intro- !od:. which has been built by volun
duclhg to the citizens of Newport I teer . work, is now complete to within
' the president of the Multnomah Lum- a TerT hort distance of the Gallagher
ter and Box Company, Mr. Fred A. j Place where it intersects the Spruce
Douty of Portland, Oregon. The meet-', Production Railroad. When complete
Ing was called to order by George A. , t this point this road will be a great
Wilcox, who acted as Chairman and nelP to the people of the entire corn
Introduced the speaker. On the stage Uunlty. .
were seated Mr. Douty, Mr. Elliot, Mr. 'Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Coovert, Mrs.
James, Dr. Belt and Hon. B. F. Jones. , Hattle Edwards and son, Bobble, vis-
Mr. Douty made the first speech. He
said the people had lived so long on
the bay that they had gone to sleep.
It was so easy to make a living. They
Do you know
you can roll
one bag of
We want you to have the
best paper for "BULL."
So now you oan receive
with each pachageabook '
.of 24 loaves of
the very finest cigarette
paper in the world.
nad learned by experience that when
the. tide was out the table was set.
They had lived so. long on oysters,
vinuio, viauo aim unici oca iuuu 111 til
they had grown strong and vigorous
On tllfa fnnft which pnnfjin o Ioa
amount of phosphorous which con-
stitutos a large amount or the brain
making foods; that .the people could
live on their wits without work. This
seemed to be the idea of Mr., Douty.
If this be true then in order to fool
them with any. kind of schemes, Mr.
Douty would have to eat a whale,
Mr. Douty said men who own large
' " " - mcu niiu vwu mi B
VOflaplfl thut AmilH ifit !...,.,. 9
vnioo u, muf
million feet of lumber, could not pass '
:ut over the Yaquina bar because of
lCk of water, consequently smaller
vessels would have to be used and the
small vessels would not Justify the
uuuuing 01 large sawmius. But small
er veesels could be built carrying five
built along the line of railroad so the
lumber could be shipped by rail. This
statement seemed to be In the Inter-
eflt of the railroad and against the
harbor. The Improvements on the
Thfl Imnprtvomant nn Attn !
n"ey they want the water ways as
0od ' "d ue waterways
are ,he bays that regulate th0
pn3or. and frelBht Tat08 an1 keets
'them down. In this present work -n
countv en Kft-Kf) wlfh tha RnvBrnninnt
uaoie money, me oar aireasy nas
22 feet of water at low tide and when
lne jetleg are compjetea a aeptn or
oc . 7 .m . v,,, A . i
water Nlnty percent of the sh,pplng
j , ,u0 h
gay will be done by vessels carrylnit
frnm o(i,m hnnre thm,; tn o nJ
" " -
ilon feet of iuraber. Mr. Jones made
a at nia fn, ti,a ,t,- ....
the Improvement of the Yaquina Bay
harbor: Dr. Belt also made an elo-
quent and fiowery speech in favor of
co-operation. ' The meeting was very
iarBeiy attended by the citizens of
Newport and viclnity.-
lted at the Gatens home in Waldport
Thursday. Mrs. Edwards and son re
maining 'over until Friday afternoon.
Mrs. J. R. Coovert attended the
fair at Toledo Saturday.
Roy Hassman was visiting friends
on Beaver Creek Sunday.
E. L. Wilson's new house will soon
Mrs. L. L. Parks and son, Alton, of
Newport are guests at the S. A. Holm
green home this week.
Mrs. S. A. Holmgreen and son, Ar
thur, Mrs. L. L. Parks and son, Alton,
Mrs. Effie Hubble and dauehters.
Evelyn and Delia, Carnnie Hubble and
Wilbur Collins visited at the home of
Mrs. Harriet Hill, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Huyett and chil
dren of Upper Beaver spent Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
The Ona Bchool opened Monday,
with Mrs. Hester Coovert as teacher.
Sixteen pupils enrolled the first day
and there are, several more to come In
The ' weather still permits a
tourists to pass through Taft.
Manvill Robtson and Dr. Wise of
Barview were callers at Taft the.
Gas Schooners Mirene and Roamer
were in port with full cargoes.
The Kernvillo ball team crossed
bats with the Upper Slletz ball team
on the Foyht ball park Sunday. Ow-
Ing to the poor condition of the
ground! several errors were made op
both sides. After several lnLlngs ct
1 see-sawing the score, Kernviilb c.me
out In the lead by the score of 21 to 9
The big feature of the day was the
pitching of Reed . and batting of
After attending school for the past
several months, Ollie Llswig is home
again for a couple of weeks.
MrS. Abe Abrama and daughter,
Rosle, returned on the Schooner Ml
rene from Portland.
Mildred Bowers, after spending two
'months vacation with her parents at
U1UULUB VUCaUOU Willi HUT JjUl d) 18 at
rr... .1. . . . . m . . .
Ian. uoijaneu ior ouerinan, wncre sue
will resume her studies.
P. C. Robison, merchant at Taft
departed for Barview Sunday, where
he will look after business Interests.
L. B. Zienle, dairy and food inspec
tor, was a guest al the Bower Hotel
the past week.
The contract Tor the building of the
new school house at Taft has recently
been awarded and the construction of
same will soon start.
Farmers Hellebrand and McCros
key of Otis 'were callers at Tafl Him.
A r - '
M IHno k.l.. .
, , ,ur """" exhibit prepared bv Mr M.vh.w
TIaZZ?Z " three ,0adeveralTerkrMr.yJayh?wyr.r:nr
Miss Laura Payne of Portland ar
rived Saturday evening at South
Beach. Miss Payne will teach our
school for the next term. v
Mrs. is,. R, Lvnn returned from
iRoseburg 'lulrsday, where 'she was
W. S. Hosford of Portland was call
ing on friends in South Beach. Mr.
Ho8ford thinking of loca'lng near
Mrs. J. R.
Coovert passed through
South Beach on her way home from
the Fair. '
Several South Beach people at-
tended the fair at Toledo.
Mrs. Johnson and Miss Payne went
to Newport Monday afternoon. .
W. Ray Downing was born at Moun
talndale, Oregon, July 10th. 1M2 and
died at the Corvallls Hospital, Septem
ber 10th, 1921, being 19 years and two
months of age.
Ray was a bright, strong boy, in per
fect health, and a general favorite in
the community. He came to his death
by an explosion of dynamite, while
blasting on his place at Burnt Woods,
Oregon, where he' has lived for the
past 15 years. He showed great brav
ery and heroism during the few hours
he lived after being burned.
He leaves to mourn his loss, hik
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Downing,
two Bisters, Mrs. Charles D. Leech.
and Miss May Downing, and three
brothers, Grant, Levi and Perry and a
host of friends and relatives.
COUNTY SELLS BONDS
Last Saturday the County Court of
fered for sale 100,000 worth of road
bonds, receiving sealed bids for same.
The Lincoln County Bank was the suc
cessful bidder, paying par and 1157.60
premium and accrued Interest. The
Court was well pleased with the price
the bonds brought.
last week taking In the countv fair
The Harlanites have a reputation for
putting lots of Jazz into their fairs,
and all who attend are assured a
O. N. G.'S TO RECEIVE PAY
Lieutenant L. Hoyt Brown informed
us this week that the payroll for the
Third Company, C. A. C. had been re
ceived this week, Newport being
Paid Tuesdav avnnlnor Nor) T,,c.eAn
-O ....V . Uk.UUUJ
evening, 'September 20th, the money
will be In Toledo and the members of
the Second Platoon will receive their
first semi-annual eovnrnmnnt iuv
A large attendance Is expected.
DR. F. W. KELLOGG
THE WELL KNOWN "McCORMICK SYSTEM" EYE SPECIALIST
OF TOLEDO, WILL BE IN ELK CITY THE AFTERNOON OF
Tuesday, September 20th
AND UNTIL THE TOLEDO TRAIN WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21st
. RESUMES OPERATIONS
The music of the big bass whistle
on the Roberts mill sounded good to
Toledoitea yesterday morning when It
boomed forth calling the men back
to work after a three months' shut
'Wi understand that the mill will
cot ties, having orders on hand to
keep them cutting the next sixty days
in the meantime it is exnected that
other orders will be booked, as the
lumber market seems to be looking
Revival meetings are being held at
Beaver Creek Grange Hall by R. J.
Pi'elps assisted by E. L. Cliamberlin,
Slnglns Evangllist of Chicaeo. in.
Next Sunday services will be held at
11:00 a. m. and 2:00 p. m. with bas
ket dinner. Everybody welcome.
- EXHIBIT EXCELLENT
One of the best exhibits on' dlsnlav
at tne county fair was the woodwork
devoting his time night and day to
tne preparation of this exhibit, which
consisted of the various types pf wood
grown.here worked up Into dhe various
types of material from which best
suited. He featured the use of our
spruce, of our alder, as well as of our
Many of our people may not be ad
vised that Mr. Mayhew has a very
nicely equipped little shop down near
Roberts' mill with a simple little shin
gle over the door, Yaquina Bav Box
Factory. The Fair Board greatly ap
preciated Mr. Mayhew's splendid ex
hibit, forecasting for him a remark
able growth in the new industry,
which we anticipate he has an in
sight into. " V.i
- REGARDING SCHOOL
All first and second grade pupils
should report at the grammar school
building when school opens Monday
morning, Instead of at the high school
EIGHT FOOT STURGEON
Mike Shermer caught an eight foot
sturgeon In his net while fishing for
salmon last Thursday night. This
Is an unusual catch for these waters
and should net Mr. Shermer
.piece of money.
WILL HAUL CHILDREN
TO SILETZ SCHOOL
, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Altree are
over from the Siletz this week while
Francis la having his, truck remodel
led Into a passenger bus, he having
taken the contract to haul pupils to
the Siletz schools this winter.
, JACK FROST ' ARRIVES
This section hat been visited by
several light frosts tiis week, the
first cue occuring M6nday morning.
This Is unusually early for frosts to
occur and fortunately but slight if any
damage has resulted.
The marriage of Mrs. Alice Todd tn
Mr. Henry Lewis was solemnized last
The ceremony took place at the
home of Mr. Chas. Bradeson.
Mr. Lewis was for many years a
merchant in this city.
MEN OF SECOND PLATOON
TO MEET SUNDAY P. M
Members of the Second Platoon of
ma . u. are 10 assemble at the
Toledo Post Office at 1:15 o'clock
ounuuy, oepi. ism, to form an escort
ior a military runerat .to be held at
Slleta.- Wear tfie full uniform, belts,
sldearms, and rifles. Many are of
fering the use of 'their cars to and
from Siletz. Will you help us also.
, Second Platoon,
MAY BUILD MILL SOON
F.'A. Douty. president of the Mult-
nomah Box and Lumber Co., was a
Toledo visitor Wednesday morniic.
I and paid the Leader office a visit. He
I In rnmnnnv with W W Pilt.nnn .(
In company with W. K. Patterson of
this. city, had been looking over the
North Coast railroad, which" his com
pany recently purchased, together
with a small sawmill at Otter Rock.
Mr. Doutv Blatnd thah mill ru
' ter Roclr would M ...in.!81" wa of a fam"y
soon, and as soon as conditions were
favorable, perhaps next year, Oils mill
u . .u . . ..
nuuiu tui ma iiniuers ior me con- -n, .... '
struction of a bl exoort mill to ha1":1 Mrs- Loulsa J- Thompson of
located at Yaquina.
The new mill will be built on the
unit system, according to Mr. Douty,
with- the Initial unit having a cutting
capacity of about 125000 feet per
eight hour day, and later another unit
nilght be added. brlneinK the panarlivl
nn tn annnnn f, ,
Mr nm. ,o j ....-
the noon train. .
VICTOR L. BOONE KILLED
Vlrtor L. Boone, better known m
vlc ' was rata"y "Jured at the rock
'Vlc", was fatally Injured at the rock
died that evening at Corvallis, where
he .had been taken to the hospital.
Vlc was at the top of a gin Dole
fixing some' lines when the pole fell
" " ui.., tiic yujo
with him. His head struck on the
rocks, fracturlne his skull. Ha vdr
at once brought to town and taken to his grand-parents. The hildren
to Corvallls on the noon tfaln, Dick bave all married and settled around
Christiansen and J. G. Hammond ac- j the old place, making quite a settle
companlng him, but he died soon after went. Only two girls are living away
reaching the hospital. I Mrs. Charles Godly, of Newport,
Mr. Boone was a- direct descendant Oregon and Mrs. Bessie Moore of
of Daniel Boone, the famous frontiers- Corvallis, Oregon,
man. He was born at Mill FourfcLln- Several years ago after things be
coln County, Oregon, May 21ut, 1881, Ban to come a Utile easier for the
married Mildred Smith at Portland, 0'd couple they built a fine big house
Oregon, December 31st, 1918. Vlc- to end their days In. It was always .,
tor Boone's father was Col. Geo. L. nierry with noises as the children
Boone, a great grandson of Daniel 'came home every few days. People
Boolft- . I often asked Mrs. Grant U the care '
The deceased Is survived by his of the big house wasn't too much for
widow, an infant son, Carrol Merlin,! ber and she always said "No. It Is '
four brothers and two sisters. I none too big when the children all
Funeral services were held Tues- come home and we are happiest when '
day, with interment in the Toledo they are -all here." It was quite a
cemetery. crowd when they all gathered In as
M . .
"ss Lilian parents have-her children were all
ti h WeI .UD iD niBrri.Bge Bt with her ach day they would run
he home of the groom's parents, in ,n for a few minutes and the last few
h s city last Saturday morning. Sept. dayB wero wlth her constantly.
Oth, County Judge Fogarty official- , Her flve 8talwart on8 and thfl
ng. But the Immediate relatives of ,randg0n she raised were tire chosen .
the contracting parties, and a few pau-bearers. It was a beautiful but
friends being present. I m08t tight to ge6 thoge ,x
wg "n of Mr and "Plendtd cTlng their mother
Mrs M N. Anderson, and has spent to her la8t re8t,ng place. .'Tho it
most of his life In this city. He Is meant Mgutall to them they wer,
a graduate of the Toledo High school. ' paylng her for some of the thing, she
While at school he was very popular had done for them. . ;
and proved to be one of the best all TBey ,, her to rest In the little
around . athletes that ever attended the 'cemetery on the hill so each night,
Institution. Since his graduation he wnen the 8lm goes down, her lonely
has proven himself to be an Indus- hU8Dand can 8tana on the front porch
trlous and energetic young man. of the houge he but for ner and iee
The bride is. the daughtef of MrJth9 ,ast red ray8 re8tng where she'
and Mrs. 0. F. Dickson of Drift Creek B,eep, the last long sleep,
and is a popular and beautiful young . o
lady. She also has spent" most or, NOTICE TO PRESENT CLAIMS
her life here In Toledo, and was ed-' Notice is hereby given that the un.
xntaj h ti.j . , . derslgned has been appointed by the
cated in the Toledo schools, where coy Court of Lracoln County. Ore.
she was one of the leaders of her set gon, administrator of the estate of '
' Mr. and Mrs. Anderson departed u& -Charles Blacketer, deceased. All per
the noon train for a honeymoon trio ions naTln8 cIalm8 salnst said estate
in pnr.oiii. .. a i are hereby notified to present the
to Corvallls and Independence. They 1 8anie to me at my 8toro at slteUi 0re.,
w "" iiiHir uome nere ac :
uirniu tor u present.
The Leader Joins with their many
friends In extending congratulations
and best wishes.
AT THE MOVIES
sTONIQHT "The Deadlier Sex," an
exceptionally fMo feature, with
Blanche 8weet in the lead 30c 15c.
8 ATU R DA Y 8 U N DAY Another of
those hilarious 2-reel Joe Martin com
edies, "A Monkey Movie Star.'
Pathe Drama, "Tarnished Reputations'
and a Ford Weekly. 35c, 15c
NORMAN FREEMAN '
BREAKS LLtT ARM
Norman Freeman fell out of a de
livery wagon lust Saturday fracturing
the bones of lys left forearm. It
seems that several small boys were
Bcuffling In the wagon and Norman
was shoved out, the injury resulting.
KINDLY RETURN BOOKS
The following books are missing
from the state library and Inane
from the county agent's office. If you
have any of these books kindly return
at once. There will be no charges:
"Famous Frontiersmen" Johnston ;
"Stover of Yale" Stokes. '
, , Unl
Luretta C. Grant, beloved wife or
?' F 0rant- dlel PridaJr evening, Sept.
! 8tn' 1921'' afler an 1Ilne88 of
i nonth. ,
Mrs. Grant was born at Fort Lane,
Jackson County, Oregon, Dec. 11th,
1864. Her parents had soaght pro
tection In the old fort during an In
dian selge and she-wag born there.
She was of a family of fourteen, chil-
iff611 ' whicn Ulree are llvl"B: Mrs.
I ,y M- Derrick of Salem. Oregon;
; Mrs. Syblerina Kaler of Tanoma
Prairie City, Oregon.
Luretta t. Ogloaby and B. F. Gram
were married May 23, 1875 at her
parents' home on Little Elk. They
moved to their homestead on Big Elk
at once and have lived there 48 years.
They lived on the place seven years
I beIoro country
! lnere erB niany hardships to under.
Go those days but she willingly put
hBr band to lire wheel and helped her
t husband build their home and raise a
.large family. She was the mnthar'
of ten children, six hnva and fnui.
R'rls of which two are dead one boy,
Birls of which two are dead-one boy.
ho d,d in
oldest daughter, Cora Dore died at
the age of 29 years leaving two boys
Clifford and Granl. Mr. and Mtb.
m'bui iju mo uiuubi uvy ana me
1 younger one lived with his father until
he Was 13 veara old. than hn mma
Grant raised the oldest boy and the
there are nineteen grand children and
a great grand daughter. "
U.. 1..- J .. 1. 1 .1 .. 1. 1 r . .
uoi mot uaja iitjiu uiits uitjaauig lew
gon, wltnin six montns irom tne date
hereof, properly verified, as by law
Dated and first published Sept. 18,
1921. . .
R. E. Chandler,
Administrator of the Estate of
Charles Blacketer, Doceased.
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it a sealed in by
the toasting process