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TOLEDO. LINCOLN COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, 1921.
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Tlved here on Friday evening and on
Sunday at 3 o'clock p. M.'the casket
. was taken from the home to the M.
S'. Church where a short but patriotic
address was delivered by Rev. Walter
Ross, pastor. The speaker said the
young soldier had made the supreme
sacrifice in that he had given up his
life for his country and the liberty of
. the world. He was one of the heroes
that fell In action at the front line.
The funeral was a military o'ne con
ducted by Alden Abbey Po, No. 54,
The American Legion of Toledo, as
sisted by the Second Platoon of the
Const Artillery and ex-iservlce men of
Siletz, all working together coope
atlvely. Ex-Lie itcnant C. F. Lock
wood, a member of the Legion,' had
charge of Vie' military escort or firing
quad. The Jnierment took place In
the Siletz cemetery. Ell wood Towner,
ex-Marine, sounded Taps. The floral
offerings were very beautiful and pro
fuse. It was a very "dark and rainy
day but the citizens and ex-service
men turned out almost In a body. The
beautiful ritualistic service dt the
Legion was read by the commander
of the Post. Paul Washington was
the son of Isaac and Emily Washing
ton, born In Siletz, February 9th,
1894. ; He was educated at Chesawa,
Cushman, Wash. ' He enlisted In the
service of his country, October 4th,
1917, and was assigned to Co. O, 361
Infantry, October 26th, 1917. He was
transferred to France In ' Co. 0 and
first went Into action on the morning
, -'t,-..i-.-r .i c:-.ll.1.
of September 26th, 1918 as part of the
v , . lt , x , , ,
riui wins oi inn vibi division in ine
Argone drive. The line from which
Co. G. went over the top Is one mile
southwest of Avocourt near, the edge
on the south of the Argone.' Paul was
attached to the Headquarters platoon
as signalman and runner. On the
morning of October 28th as Co. G was
forming; Into line, along the Epinon
jVl'ile line, known oy tho soldiers as
'Death's Curve" a high explosive ex
ploded,' killing ' Paul and three com
rades. Paul"haf hot been feeling well
nd on the morning of his death be
iad told his commander "I don't feel
very well but will stay with it to the
and," showing his high character and
ais devotion and loyalty to duty. These
lieroes who went over the top and
oared their brents against the mis
siles of the big guns of the Huns for
country and Liberty will adorn tha
pagss of history as heroes . to com
ing generations. Paul was burled be
side bis brother, Andrew, who was
also a. soldier who died on his way
home from France, being gassed,
v The schools opened .Monday with the
following teachers; Daniel M. Deeg,
m.k A ,. ,.. " . .
high school; Lu vlna Treat, 7th and 8th
grades; ..Jessie , Clark, 4th and 6th
grade.; rs .Edga Cojvln. . tot.
and 3rd grades;. Miss Junita V. Smith,
the Long Prairie school; Mis. Hartley.
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the Lower Farm school. The enroll-
r;. .La . ., v !u , ...
ment is about 80 pupils but this will
. . . . ,V T f
wo uiiiicascu tv nucu luu uuy
Dickers return to their homes. ; The
school buildings have all been re-1
paired and painted In the Inside. The
buildings are clean and nice. The
Agency public' school toulidlng and
1l&v housA havA bean ah rAmnftallnil
abd changed so that the teachers'wlU
have much more "comfort and can do
for 10c from
one sack or
ni nnn n ,jn
We want you o hay th
beat paper lor "BULL."
So now you oan receive
with each package a book
el 24 leaves el KUl-t-the
very lineal cigarette
paper In tha world.
much better -work." The pupils will
al8 appreciate these changes and will
that by botter le8B0n8 and im"
pr0Te4 deportment. These Improve-
pent we're made by Clayton Young,
who was engaged to do the work,1 "
Supt. Chalcraft, his daughter,' Alice,
and son, Pickering, came home Mon-
day morning about 7 o'clock Ai M.
ThoU tuavnlaJ all vt I rrVt wa -1. I
1 ' "77 6 8
?9 f1" twlce' at on8-lace 11 "
nv ftour to get out. He had to get
a team to pull his car out. This was
no pleasant lob but they got through
alright. Nothing like grlU a
Jack Morgan has been a visitor at
Slletz for several dav lonltinir fr
Interests here. He is a good booster
for Lincoln county. He owns timber Mrs. J. Pattison and Mrs. Kitty u.
Interests here. The Dalles, B. F. Grant's sister, have
This is no doubt the equinoctial returned home. They were " called
storm. The rain Is falling in gentle here during Mrs. GrauVs last Illness,
showers. It will start the grass ,and p. H. Martin Is in the hospital in
will enable the farmers to do their Corvallls but Is doing nicely they say
piowing early, ow their rrain early, and will be out In about two weeks,
so It an be harvested In August and Mrs. Charles Godley returned to
thus miss the ear'y fall rains which her home at Newport Wednesday,
usually damage the oat and hay sne has been nursing her mother, the
crops. This year everything Is put upstate Mrs. B. F. Grant, for several
and In the barn in good shape.
"J" Joseph -Patterson -and Miss Jerry
Speer were visitors at Siletz Tuesday.
MrJatterson is on the regular staff
uf the Oregonlan as a correspondent
The wedding of Miss Alma Cornelia
Ross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Ross, and Edwin Pickering Chalcraft,
a son of Superintendent and Mrs. E.
L. Chalcraft, took place at 10:00 a. m.
Wednesdax morning at the Methodist
church, the Rev. Walter Ross, father
nf tho hrlilo nttMnf1r& AHnti FT.Ifv
" . " , ' , ,, '
of the friends of the two families be-
lng present.' Mrs. Warren Cobb sang
Ad Dowlng after which Mrs. 'Edgar
Colvln played the wedding march from
!BriB- TUe ww farming
ill iicr uwu ui buk uicpo U L111UU
and veil with- cap effect. - She carried
a boquet of white swCet peas. Pro
ceeding the bride was the maid of
honor. Miss Alice Chalcraft, in an at-
tractlvedress of pink georgette with
a wreath of pink mollne and she car-
rled a boquet of pink sweet peas.
The ceremony was performed under a
wedding bell the color being
h t .nil nlnr A hnma lllra otTant
being given by beautiful ferns and
flants and boquets of roses and dah
lias.. After the ceremony -was per
formed an informal reception was held
In the alcove' of the church especially
arranged.' Mrs. W. S. Hall served the
delicious punch and ,Mrs. Chas. B.
Larsen served the wedding cake. The
groom served overseas during the war
with the medical corps. The young
couple have many friends at Silet
and many good wishes go with them.
. , " , . . . " . ..
of rlce M W shoeSnd best wlihes
of friends for Newport and after a
brief wedding trip to nearby points
0rintere.t will return to SlletV fo,
o 4 C-i
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no, YTBBMiiiBiuu Tuero me groom , is
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employed as a special writer on one
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of the daily papers of that city.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ooldworthy, and
Miss . Orpha Myers who have been
visiting relatives here, departed Mon
day for their homes in" Portland,
Th,ey ""re accompanied as far as Va.
quina by Mrs.
E. L. Wilson.
Elmer and Fred Cook returned home
.Thursday from a short visit in Port! .Mr. and ; Mrs. .BeguHogvoM have
land and Rainier. A moved down from the ranch to Uks
Mw Evelyn Payne left Sunday for care of the store during the-absence
Toledo where she will. enter High ;0f Mr. and Mrs. Stanton. Mr. Hog
School. ) ; vohl is now a partner ln the firm of
Miss Helen Phelps went to New- Stanton Co.
port, Saturday to take up her, studies! Mrs.' D. F. Lister and baby spent
in High School. a few daysjast week with Mrs. Rod
Miss - Ethel Gray returned Sunday NaBh.
from a short visit with relatives at j Mr. and Mrs. Ryan and Miss Mar
Yaijuina. " . garet Ryan were Summit visitors
A number of the young people from , Tuesday. '
this neighborhood attended a party j Otis Hamar returned Sunday from
at thetHassman home Thursday even- Cbrvallis . where he had been with
ln"- J Mrs. Hamar and the babies.
Rev. R. J. Phelps and Rev. E. L. , (Dr. Derf linger of the State Vet.
Chamberlln are holding revival meet- office was in Nashville the last of the
ings at the Grange Hall this week. week testing cows for Nash Bros.,
Fred Commons drove down from land- Martin. Mrs. Derfllnger and
Harlan, Monday accompanied by Rus-
Rfll PArfhRmar Thn hnva will vtftlt
old" friends here for a few days.
The dance at the Grange Hall Sat-
urday evening was greatly enjoyed by 1
(To late for last week
Mlrs. B. F. Grant died Friday even'
lng, September 9th, after an illness of
more than a year. She was 67 years
of age and had lived the biggest share
of her life in Lincoln Co. She is well
known in Toledo and Newport. She
is survived by her husband, five ions
and three daughters, nine-teen grand
cnlIdren anyone great grand daughT
ter. They' were all with her through
her. last "sickness and by her bedside
the nlglit She died.' Her live son's and
the grand 'son 'she raised were her
chosen pall' bearers. The funeral vn
the largest held in this country. Many
A' A 1 will
cars CBme -m tne .va"ey- lno
eath of Mrs. B. P. Grant has bowet
our little community" in sorrow. No
face was more familiar or better loved
in our circles. She had been ni so
many months and suffered so the
last few weeks, none could wish her
ki, w i ... .,-I
rest "in neace until we meet aealn."
Mr. and Mrs! R. N. Nas'h spent a few
days at the beach recently.' '
" Miss Dorothy Owen'bey of Harlan
Is the teacher of the local school this
winter." : " 1 ' ,--'
Mr.' and Mrs. Otis Hamar are the
nrnnn nftpontt nf 'twin TinhtAQ 'n.fph.
Hamar and the babies are at the hos
pital in Corvallls. '''''
M. and Mrs. Wm. Cachell and
children are In Albany -for a month
or so Mrs. Cachell is In SL Mary's
hospital where she recently under-
went m oporatlon for appendIc,tl8.-
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Englln were over
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Htnshaw. " .''
' Mr end Mrs. W. L. Stanton left
SRtnrHflV AftArnnnn fnr Tn AticaIra
They are Mng ,n the
ftn(, expect t) fcA gon)J a month M gU
. . .
Mrj. Marifin Biglow has made se
, recenty her
sttiaI! linn tn thp rinntnr -Thp; HttlA
fe,ow nJured nls ghou,der wn!le, at
' Mrs. Goozey is visiting relatives In
Corvallls this week. " '
. The Blgiow-D'oane mill started saw
ing again last week. ' ' ' "
- Mrs. ' Grewslngr was up from thb
ranch Wedneiday. ' . '.'
B. S. Lister, who has been closing
out gtock of gnodg the pt two
months, has moved the remainder of
his stock from the store hirliaing to
nl residence. He hopes to close out
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... r.tifomi.- ;nt ' f '
Mp amlfn , p .,., . ..
here, after sixty days at Summit, to
' J w
A. T Harding, who goes to
the station at the Salem Fair grounds.
' It is again rumored that the S. 'P.
Company will soon close the station
at. this place. : '
Mrs. J. u. Davis was a passenger
to Albany Thursday.
Miss Mary Ellen Davis, of Portland,
who has been visiting . her parents
here,' is spending the week in Albany
with her sister, Mrs. Cachell.
George Frary, who was at home for
a a short time, has again gone out to
.work th Vay Curry, near Monroe.
mtle daughter accompanied him. Br I
T.ti. . . ...
woiimisor tttiiio iu i li mis ena ot tne
county to test the Holsteins sold by
Nash Bros, to a man in Tillamook
The June Ed wards family, Miss
Owenbey and E. S. Lister were
among those who attended the dance
at Nortons Saturday night.
Abe Wigel has been working for
ja8. Hlland during the absence of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs'. Commons of Wellsdale
were visiting Mr. '..Common's sister
and family, the L. D. Nash's, recently.
NO STATE FAIR EXHIBIT
, Peter Frederick, Dresden of the
County Fair Board announces that
while the County Fair this year was
self supporting, there are not avail-
able sufficient funds to make possible
the assembling of a county exhibit
for the State Fair. Added to this
handicap the frost and rain farther
reduced the chances of an exhibit be-
ing assembled. The Fair Board plans
J.a wlnnln display for next year, how-
h. 0 -
' GRAMMAR SCHOOL
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Monday with -an enrollment of 156 In
the grades and 27 In th(f"hlgh school.
This is an Increase In the grammar
school enrollment over that of the
first day last year, when 148 attended,
and a big decrease In the high school,
last year's initial enrollment totaling
47. Two years ago the gTammar
school enrollment was 138 and the
Dlgn school 33.
0. N. G. RECEIVES PAY
CbdU Wm. Matthews was un from
Newport Tuesday evening with the WANTS LOCAL
semi-annual pay checks for the Toledo CO-OPjERATION
platoon, of th- 3rd Co. The checks ..Xne clty of Toledo is to be con
aggregated approximately nine hun- gratuiated on the fact that a concern
dred dollars, a direct benefit to the BO ,arge ftnd expansive as the Mult
community. As the platoon grows In nomah Lumber JKBox Company will
membership a larger amount of this begln ftctlve operations in this vicinity
money win ne teceivea tor Toledo,
. ... J" ,. , Scott, Special Representative of F.
STATE F. B. TO ORGANIZE N- CIark & Co - ot Portland. today
LINCOLN COUNTY ne exact date tn8 Lumber Company
will begin its logging operations, In
The State Farm Bureau Federation tne slleU foregt( aepend8 to a ,arge
has completed arrangements to put on ejtent on Just now ,ong n w, tllke to
a big Farm bureau campaign In Lin- conlIllBtB tha .nbscrlntlon lists to he
com county Hie state organizar,
O.R. Daugherty, Is to arrive in Toledo
luursuay lo coml)lele ne aetaus ot
- -.SU. 0 , .
ackamas County farmer and Is pres-
Ment of the Clackamas County Farm
The week of October 3 to 10 will be
given over to a series of meetings
that will cover the county and will
give every farm family an opportunity
to learn first hand about the Farm
Bureau movement In its county, state
and national "Pacts. The State Fed-
eratronjs furnishing four good speak-
ers. These men are: President George
H. Mansfield; William Schulmerlck,
TC.8ru.,the e"eutlTe """"ea of
thelVashlngtoh County Farm Bureau;
Holbrook, president of the Col-
umbla County Farm 'Bureau; and
George Payne, a former member of the
executive committee of the Morrow
I County Farm Bureau.
"The exact schedule of' meetlncn
1 scneauie ot meetings
will be made known through the
county press and by the use of cir-
cular letters" says Chris Larsen. pres-
ident of the present Lincoln County
Farm Bureau. ' We hope that every
Individual; will look at this schedule
carefully and plan to attend one or
more of these meetings. These
speakers know the Farm Bureau from
w """ we want every Doay
n. outano listen to an expiana-
tion of this, the greatest agricultural
luuTBiueui in our n i story. '
. ' ' CONFERENCE rolls ,n tne woods mean payrolls for
. .the town and a general awakening
A County Law Enforcement Con- , ftU lndU8trial and business lines,
terrace Will be held in the-Methodist . My vislon lg that Toledo about to
Church In; this city at three o'clock. ; enter npon an era ot pr08perity and
Thursday, September 29th. under thegrowtn far beyond tlie expectations ot
Bunyicca vi me Anti-oaioon Lieague
of Oregon. The Conference will be
held under the direction of Captain
Frank B. Ebbert, recently of Wash
ington, D. C, where as Associate At
torney of the Anti-Saloon League of
America he was instrumental ln help-, marrled at Albany last week. Friday
lng to secure the passage ot the Vol.'nlng gome forty of thelr ne,g,lbori
stead Act and took a prominent, part 1 dropped m on tUemi routed them out
in the cases appearing before the o( bed( and gpent an evenIng 0f merri.
United States Supreme Court as to nt . The mtrudors brought along
the validity of the same. Captain Eb- Loftee and cakeg and a banauet was
bert will be assisted by W. J. Herwig, Lerved e they repaired to their
league ot uregon.
The object of the conference Is to
discuss every phase of the enforce
ment of prohibition, both fuderal and
state laws. The conference will also
take up the enforcement of liquor
laws in this county.
At eight o'clock a Public Mass Meet
ing will be held at . the Methodist
Church, where Captain Ebbert will de
liver a lecture on the subject ot "The
Unfinished Battle." The alfternoon
conference and the night mass meet
ing are open to the public and every
one interested in Law and Order U
urged to attend.
I MEETING OF THE LEGION .
I . ATTENDED BY. MANY
The call meeting of Alden Abbey
Post No.- 64, The American Legion,
held on Wednesday evening, at the
Legion Club House, Toledo, was well
attended. Besides members' 6f this
post and visiting comrades, a large
number of ex-service men not affiliated
wert out to the mooting. : In spite of
the muddy roads some came from dls-
tant points. Logsdon (Orton) and SI -
i loiz was well represented as well as
the communities up Big Elk and Ya -
I quina rivers. After the tfsual business
of the post was disposed of, Lieut.-
Colonel Archie Van Cleve. a prominent
ni c rr. t) n r or rortiana l osi xno. i, was
introduced on sneaker of tho evenlnz
. - . .
Comrado Van Clove gave an Interest-
jng and instructive talk on affairs of
interest to ex-service, clearing up a
number of points that had been tried
ou anj proven of worth In the Post
0f Portland. .
Applications for the -bonus were all
i.vn Hrin hn Bvanin nn,l nnnfhpr
...nnlv hi haon oAnl tnr Momhfirjihln
blanks were also in demand and quite
a number were filled but -' ' '
in the immediate future," said -1. H.
,li000i0oo issue of 10 cumulative
preferred 8took whlcn ia now being'
offere(1 t0 the pubUc exclusively
through thfl 8erv,ce , p N Cjnrk & c()urge of Btudy Gram
ComVAuy. Thl8 money wra be used mar School has been arranged to in-
(or Uie purchas9 of rolling stock for elude" music', drawing and domeatlo
the YaqUna Northern Railroad, the'art
extonson and completion of Uiat road, Two play buildings are to be erected
jogglng supplloB and equipment and Lone on the west si, ot the school
the erection of one or two mills along ' building to accomodate the primary
the llne of the raIlroad. PIanB for the ' children, and one on the north of the
extension of the small mill now lo- school building for the older pupils,
cated at otter Rock have aIready been The larger of the two structures will
formuiated. 1 be designed to provide room for
..It , my de8,re to gecure eVeguiatlon basket ball court and gym-
greateBt possible number of Toledo ' naslum. Most ot the labor required
cltlzeml ag shareholders In the Mult- Aa the erecting of these new buildings
oomah Lumber & Box Company, con. will be donated by Supt. Robertson of
tinned Mf. Scott. Besides being an the High School assisted by Principal
excellent investment it Is essential Shawe and ihe boys of the Manual
that a certaln number of tha har9.' Training cla of the grades.
holdera ln the company be residents1 ' '- o
of thl. 'locality, it is rather a diffi-' .... .
; , nv irttrv tn
7 , , 7 i " 1 rQK bUAKU AIMU KOOM
in ,ny iocauty unless It has the corn! ' -.-. ..- . , i .
pIeUs co-operation of the civic and ' A young man from the country
business interests In that locality, wishes to attend high school, and
Therefore it is is necessary that I find would like to get a place in Toledo
a ceruin number of prominent citizens ' hre he can work for his board and
and property owners located here room. Here is a chance to help a
who wln De interested to the extent unR man 8et an education. For
f cooperation in the present and fu- further particulars communicate with
ture plans of the company. Personally 'O. B. McCluskey, chairman ot the
1 am convlnced that the opening of !wol board. '
tn8 camp and mlg. -by tn8 mmber,
and box company coupled with the
0Derati0n of the Yaqulna Northern
means a great deal to this neighbor
hood. Many new families are sure to
become residents of your city. Pay-
the most optimistic boosters."
OLD TIMES CHARIVARI
- John Coiner, who lives near this
rllv. and Mr. ITInrAncB Dow were
AT THE "MOVIES"
Tonight (Blanche 8weet In another
6-reel special attraction "A Woman of
Pleasure." 30c. and 15.
Saturday and Sunday Drama fea
ture, Frank Keenan In "The Midnight
Stage" Comedy: "The Vanity Fair
Girls" In "Oh I Promise Me." Also
Ford Weekly 35c. and 16c.
There will be services at 10 o'clock,
A quiet home wedding was solemn
ized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Bradbury, September 18th, when their
daughter, Rachel, was united In mar
riage to Alvah F. Stroma of Siletz,
the Rev. Ross of Siletz officiating.
The bride was attired In a charm
ing and becoming gown of white
serge and satin, and carried a boquet
of sweet peas. After the ceremony a
1 delicious and dainty dinner was served
. the bride's mother.
1 Besides the Immediate family there
, were present, Mrs. Carl Potwin sls-
wr of the bride, and children of Au-
rora and Mrs. Mary Fielding, sister
w biwuii u&uin
I The bride is well known In Lincoln
nr .l.n nntn nnA HnilAH nl Glnf
county where she has taught school
'or tne last five years. The groom is
' we" known- In Siletz as a young man
! ot sterling worth,
Tne Dest wishes of all go with the
i happy couple to their new home. '
A. W. Harris of Portland, surveyor
for the Oregon Insurance Rating Bu
reau, was in the city Tuesday making
a survey of conditions here. After
looking the town over, Mr. Harris in
formed a Leader reporter that Jiere
were but two buildings in town where
the electric wiring would pass Inspec
tion, these two being the two new
' 'All the other buildings will have to
be' rewired, or have their Insurance
MANUAL TRAINING DEPT.
AND GYMNASIUM BUILDING
A new manual training department
Is to be added to the course of study
' of the Toledo High School and also
for the Seventh and
it's toasted, of
course. To seal
in the flavor