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TOLEDO. LINCOLN COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY. MARCH 31st, 1922.
County Agent Cooter was over Tues
day and put on the Farm Bureau mo
tion pictures at the Government
School building. . The house vti
crowded with m audience anxloui to
nee the first show cf the kind ever
visiting at the home of Mrs. Nellie
Davenport, her mother-in-law, Sunday. I
She returned borne Tuesday.
Mrs. O. A. Hassman was visiting at
I the home of her sister, Mrs. J. L.
Wright; Tuesday. -Nv
A "hard time" dance will be given
given at Slletz. TU school to the," we ur6nS nau aiuraay night,
uuuner of 125 puplh, formed in pro-i AprU lst A good tIme 18 "Peeled by
cenbon apd marched from the school i Everyone is welcome. ;
house to the house on the hill where Mr ana Mrs- Alva Moore were the '
the show was to be given. Maurice ' EUeBt8 of Mr8 NeIlie Davenport and
HI 1 I I
Andersen's new Ford gave the power """"7 '""""
inree ireigm cars went on the
track the other side of Pioneer Friday.
and flauhod on' the light. The Ford
had not been used for some time and
it did not perform as well as
H ! The only damage done was the des-
To the Ladle of Toledo and Lin
Our stock of New Spring Millinery
has arrived, and we extend to you a
cordial Invitation to call and inspect
same, and make your selections.
should.' Mr. Cooter keep a smile on
his face and did not show that he was
interrupted in the least. During the
interruptions the school children filled
in by singing old plantation songs
truction of a few ties.
date they have not shown up. Con-1 Lewis, A. W. Weber and E. L. Wilson
gratulations Mr. and Mr3. Finke. made a trip to Toledo after hay and
F. C. Robiscn has purchased the feed.
;j. C- C.WILL PRESENT
"HEARTS AND JERSEYS"
The Jersey Cattle Cub has arranged
for showing the pictures, "Hearts and
X Jerseys" In Lincoln County, April 6th
J to 8th Inclusive. The show, which is
a five reel story of the success to comet
from breeding purebred Jerseys will
be especially appreciated by all who
can see it.
It will be put ou as a free show,
Saturday afternoon, at 1 o'clock. The
I boys and girls are especially invited.
The Jersey Cattle Club also an
nounces that a boys and blrls Purebred
Jersey Calf Club will be organized im
mediately ctter tho show. Tho Cl.ib
The weather man Is still on his Job townsite of Taft and intends to im-1 William Smith, Eurl Walkau and
vet bv tha wav It nnnwn hnlla and -.. i. . i. .,..,.!. -u t. ' . .
which were Ereatly aoDrociated and !' " . . " uur Mjene ook. maue trips to Foole
kept the audience In ood humor. Mr. T". J " " " .?"" W " ,new hlghway 18 flnlsl,ed- & Thursday afternoon after hay.
rwo. ii.. a .i. , ,i , iresiiiuiuB iu iook. lor some gooo The mill Company expects to start
ent out by he TaZ' " ' Wt Ule " Apr" Bnd
ScSJ? to boused j TraynZ passed thru h ! T T '
with .ho n a r i ,h i . iJ Payne of Ona passed thru here I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lcndten er-
Countv Farm b iJllnt H" hnd "nM ' rlred on the Smith from Newport.
iJlJSJS-0' l " JanUary f UWer B'8'Mr. Lendten has the log towing con
were very fine and pleased the au- Ek nd h. nvfi. .H . . u , "
Ion, uno..llu AIUn Thma . . . . uw-w "im uiu ii.ui vuiupauy,
, v. round the roads rather heavy.
Last Sunday over 100 people gather
ed at Lincoln Grange Hall to see the
y.dures are eaucaxionai as weu as, Grant brothers came over to
interesting to all who wish to seehunt bear on Moors.B and Brown's
Oregon advance as one of the great goat range lftJ(t week DUt ld not have
agricultural states of the Union and tne tack to k, any tt nt bw
, . ,u.B Ul me wonuers 01 seem to be out early this year and are moving pictures supplied by Uie Farm
matchless scenery. The Colombia j Miag qulte a few goat8 ,n fl h. Bureau and operated by Mr.
Highway U certainly hard to excel in Whood. j The picture, were both instruetlve and
cenic beauty any where in the world. Mrs. C. W. Brown and daughter, ' entertaining and everyone was highly
If the Wood's Fair goes-and we hope Lettyi gpent Sunday afternoon wjth pleased wlth snow
It will-Oregon and the Northwest Mrg. j. Cook , D c Qny went t BayTlew Snnafty
will be advertised as a wonderland of Mr. and MrB w R WbeeleT weat to- mornlBg to meet Mr. Cooter and bring
all the world for its scenic beauty, . ToIedo Frlday h)m and h,8 m(JVing p,cture outm to
healthful climate, pure water and Mrs. Lucy Davenport went to Elk ' Ona. after the show Guy Twombly took
matchless resources. The people will city Sunday returnlng Aiy. I him as far as the Hassman home on
be glad to have Mr. Cooter visit us '
again with these films when the
weather is more favorable and the
bridges are put back again.
- Mr. and Mrs. John Lloyd
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Grant spent one .his way to Newport.
day last week with C. W. Brown's.
lower Bay were in Siletz and stayed' Warren B. Hartley passed through:
overnight at the King. Mr. Lloyd is South Beach on his way to Wald-'
on his way to the Valley to buy some P011- !
more dairy cows. It will be remem-1 Margarqt EVJng returned to her!
bered that he lost his fine herd of studies at Toledo Saturday noon.
Holsteins in the great flood last win-1 Mr- Humfleet went out to Valsetz!
ter. He Is going to get the same breed attend to the shipping of their'
again. I believe Lincoln County has household goods. They will settle at'
decided the Jersey Is the best dairy Pacific View.
cow. ! Dan Boone left for Oysterville Mon-
The Chlntse phearants that were day-
Guy Twombly and N. L. Gullllams
made a business trip to Toledo last
week and had the misfortune to break
their wagon when near Yaqulna.
Mrs. Hattle Edwards returned home
H. G. Rhoades and J. M. Bo .vers
were purchasing hay and feed in To
Guy E. Lewis hauled hay from Poole
Mts. A. Peterson and little daugh
ter were guests of Mrs. A. Zeek Fri
Floyd Rhoades and James Huntsuck
r came down front Southslde Friday
to spend the week end at the letter's
Quite a number of the North Beaver
people attended the moving pictures
at Ona Sunday.
H. Q. Rhoades, Archie Zeek, C. S.
Bunnell and A. H. Thelps were To
ledo traders Monday.
R. P Oom the County School Sup
erintendent visited our school on WVd
neBday of tnis week.
Wm. Pjrwl' mado a business call nt
the Rlhoadvs home Wednesday.
TO ROSE CARNIVAL
Governor Olcott, the Rose Carnival
Committee, Commercial Clubs and
Mayors of all cities in Oregon are
uniting In an invitation to President
Harding, urging him to visit Oregon
and attend the Rose Carnival at Port
laud, June 9th.
WORKING DOUBLE SHIFT
W. B. Gllson, who lives near this
city, hau a thoroughbred Plymouth
Rock hen which is certainly doing Its
bit to cut down the high cost of living.
Mr. (JilHOil buys that "last vear this
expects to see that all members are I hen get tw1ce and twQ mm
provided with purebred Jersey calves. , chlc.kollg and kept on laylng all the
0 time. While she wan Betting lie would
STOCKER-SMITH lift her off each day aiid take the
Edward Stacker and MIbs Margaret ! fres" e8 wf s" laid every day
Smith were married at the home of xc?1 Parts of NoTenUier and Decern-
the bride's parents in this city Tues-
day evening, March 23th, County j
Judge C. W, James officiating. But a GENERATOR TROUBLE
few relatives of the contracting parties
The groom is a veteran of the late
World War and at present is our
County Assessor. He has lived at
Newport for a great many years and
is well known through the county.
The bride is the eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Lowe of this city I planned at a later date.
and Is a beautiful young lady.
Mr. and Mrs. Stocker will make
their home here In Toledo.
The Leader extends congratulation
and best wishes.
STOPS PICTURE SHOWS
Trouble with the generator put a
stop to the Free Picture show sche
dule and depriving Chltwood, Eddy,
ville and Nashville of scheduled shows.
The outfit has been sent to O. A. C.
for repairs and a new schedule will
WILL OPEN SOON
KID SANDERS WINS
FROM MARVEL EDWARDS
Tlie wre3tllng b-jvts at the T. A. C.
rooms ladt Saturday evening drew a
big -jrowu of wrestling fa 14. The
niRin tvtnt of tin evening wan -vm by
Sundersit beinn a bout in v'.ikh he
agreed to throw Edwards twice In 45
minutes. He got the Irst fall in 9 and
AT THE "MOVIES"
Tonight Drama, "The Sins of Ro-
nne." featurlna Ethel Clavton: alio:
Thursday from Wald port where she'2-reel De Haven comedy 30 and 15c.
has been working for the past two
A. H. Phelps and C. S. Bunnell made
a trip to Toledo with H. G. Rhoades
Clifford Phelps was a caller at the
Coovert home Tuesday evening.
Mr. Nelson, who recently purchased
41in IJ.-l, nlnnn U n.nn..
. ., , . o. - Worron A.hw-l, v... - I " c"" l"
turned ioohb &i auviz a. aays ago . . . ""nul iiauiiug ie i,i .i . tij .
. . . . . v.,..' n's family here from Toledo next,
eeemeo. 10 De very mucn at nome. "- "i ixs unugo ttcrusa ieaver
Some twenty-five years ago under Cre k.
Agent Buford's administration a ha'.f Mr- Humfleet returned from Val-
dozen Chinese pheasants were turned 8etz Saturday.
loose here and some of them are here 0 "
yet They stajy In the fields about the
Agency. If not killed and taken care
of they will no doubt do well here.
JWe also have Belgian hares.. You
(To Late For Last Week)
Archie Zeek left for Eugene Friday.
Ira Crawford made a business trip
can see them skipping around in the to Corvalll? a few days ago. While
fields every once in a while.
there he purchased a team of horses
Clifford Phelps, D. C. Gray and Gene
Cook have been hauling hay from
Poole Slough during the past week.
Mrs. Hattie Edwards, Miss Hope
Wolkau, Guy Twombly, Earl Wolkau
and R. W. Ohmart were guests at the '.
Phelps home Wednesday evening.
There was rejoicing last week in the
Odell family on account of the return
of Mr. Odell who has been working in
The farmers ere busy plowing and a and buggy, also a wagon and some
large acreage will be sowed this year. . farm machinery and returned home
We have two tractors that are plow- j Tuesday.
Ing right along when the weather is Russell Henry of Spring Brook, Ore-! California all winter.
suitable. One belongs to A. C. Craw- gon, was here Monday. j. The Sunny Ridge school has re-
lord and the other to Clayton Pond. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Johnson were celved two large rosebushes from Mrs.
'Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams were : down from their ranch in the hills, . Tom Butler. They have been planted
over a few days ago to look after their j Tuesday. ! on the school grounds and are doing
loganberry fields and to look after . Louts Crawford made a trip to To-1 well.
. ledo Monday. The pupils who have been sick are
Wv H. Price hauled some lumber all back In school again.
his team that was kept here last win
ter. One of his horses has been very
sick and may die. .
Rev. J. D. Cain held services at the
Elk City Church Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Graves left for
Mrs. Cheater Morrison was a county
seat visitor Saturday.
down from the Land ess sawmill Wed
The petitions for building the neces
sary bridges are being rapidly filled,
which shows that the people of Lin
coln County are progrejsive and In
tend to work for the good of. the en.
The schooner Roamer arrived last Ure county lngtoad just fof
Friday with freight for Taft and Mill- own localUy Thes)J brdgeg ,
P01"4- 1 bring more business to Toledo than
The Siletz Bay Packing Co. received anythIng elM that can be don(J ,n the
.a new Diesel engine for their packing colmtv M the ..-, . TolRdn arn
iMr. Howard and family were Plo-; plant. The company is planning on aIlve to thelr own lntereata tney wln
eer visitors Sunday. , a great many improvements for the hftlD to , wfrV ,.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Abbey and son, coming season, including a new can-Jamea hag thrown h, lf mt ft
Raymond, returned home from 'Cor nery.
' matter wholeheartedly and is assisting
vallls Sunday, where they had been j Wheelef Bros, have Joined us in our mftterlHv hv Wkln r-rrt. .a.
Tlsitlng their daughter. Mr. Jack! fair city and .will operate the saw-1 vlglng m regard to pt, e8tlmates
Scoville. mill of the Slletz Bay Lumber c-' and the like
I. V. Cozlne and family spent Sunday . The small mill cuts about ten thous-1 Mrg MortZ( Mrg charleg MorU ana
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs., and broom handles dally. !mUe gon( ftnd M(gg
C. W. Meyers. , The schooner E. L. Smith came into sherIdani are vftltorg tnIg
Friday night the town boys played port Sunday with general freight for week at the Hayes home,
the school boys a game of basket ball, j the Sileta Bay Packing Co. The .
The score was 9 to 2 in favor of the Smith will bo engaged In the lumber
school boys. The school girls also carrying trade between Millport and
played the married women. The score Yaqulna.
was 16 to 2 in favor of the school girls. We understand that there is a newly
Mrs. John Davenport of Glen was married couple in our midst, but to
The weather is somewhat change
able yet, isn't It!
. SATURDAY SUNDAY
"Dlsraii," a wonderful pic
ture, with George Arliss, one of
the. world's greatest actors, in
his first United Artists Produc
tion, an all-star play of the first
magnitude, great acting, splen
did story with unusual studio
treatment, a real masterpiece
of the screen. This distinguish
ed artist starred In this roll on
the speaking stage for six years.
40 cents 20 cents
C. A. Mackey Is intending to have
his cafeteria open for business soon
after the first of April. He la giving a hulf minutes and the second In elgh
the building a thorough renovation j teen. Edwards was a good mun but
and will have everything In tip-top j ho picked on too big a man.
shape. The match between Curtis Cham-
bers and Leland Kynlston was won by
Chambers. These men were V
- - wrestle three 10 minute periods. Dur-
NEW FORD OWNERS
Hilt St., Toledo, Oregon
Ask about our
$1.00 PER DAY RATES
Best established eating place in
E. J. FOWLER, Prop.
TOLEDO LODGE NO. 108, I. O. O. F.
meets every Wednesday evening.
Visiting Brothers always Welcome.
L. B. Wiswall, N. G.,
Carl Gildsrsleeve, Secretary.
Geo. Wilcox of Newport has ordered 'ing the flrBt period there was no fall.
a new Ford delivery car from Peterson .Chambers got a fall In tho next after
Garage. four minutes and thirty second, and
F. J. Scott of Newport purchased a ' in the last after nine minutes and fifty
new Ford touring car this week from seconds.
Peterson's Garage. The boxing between Roy Swayae
J. W. Pickens of Newport has pur- and George Freeman resulted In a
chased a new Ford touring car from draw.
Peterson's Garage this week. I Chas. Miller acted as referee, and
M. L. SelU of Newpor' purchased a Bert Qeer timekeeper,
decond hand Ford from Peterson's c
My Pwson of Monterey pu, CLUB ATHLETICTS TONIGHT
chased a used Ford one ton truck The Toledo" Athletic Club will hold
from Peterson'B Garage this week. a meet at theiri Club Rooms In this
J. L. Wakefield of Eddyvllie, has city this evening, when a number of
ordered a new Ford truck from Peter- Interesting wrestling and boxing
Bon's Garage this week. events will bo stagsd.
John Nye of Newport purchased a
used delivery car from Peterson's
Garage this week.
The wrestling will be as follows:
Curtis Chamlbers vs. Owen Hart.
Stanley Anderson vs. Jinx Wlswell.
Jerome Wjado vs. Oscar Hoover.
Boxing matches have been arranged
JUDGE C. W. JAMES
WILL BE CANDIDATE between:
I Cecil Rhodle vs. Royal Dunn
in taiKing wun uouniy juage uames
this week he Informed us that he had
decided to become a candidate for the
nomination for the office of Judge of
Lincoln County, on the Democratic
Mr. James' many friends have been
"fted" Miller vs. Gerald Wade.
Admission 35c and 15c. Club mem
THE ANNUAL TEACHERS'
INSTITUTE APRIL 26-28
The annual institute for the teachers
of this county will be held the last
week in April. It will be the 26th,
27th and 28th. A good program Is be
ing prepared. There are about 100
teachers now teaching In the county
and we expect every dne of hem to
be present. The program will be sent
to the teachers as soon as they are
printed. R. P. Goin, Co. SchoQl Supt.
MILLER VS. AMORT
A wrestllni match will be ntnenit
urging mm u run, oui, unui u.is wee tne LegIon c,ub HoU3e Cn the even)ng
he had been undecided whether to cast of ApH1 m betwean chag M1er of
his hat In the political ring, or not. Toledo and Pau, Amort Q( Portland
Mr. James stated that he would not Tnege men ,,av- met before
have time to make a campaign, but ir Y.lnning matchi g0 thlg tlme w,u
nominated and elected, "he would decda , the better wrestler
work for the best Interests of the peo
ple of Lincoln County.'
Interesting preliminaries arj belna
arranged. See big posters for :arti2ii-Itrs.
TAX PAY ASKED'
THE OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU .
Washington, D. C, March 28. Ben- '
ator McNary hag introduced a bill to I
MRS. MAYBEL SIMPSON
WILL BE CANDIDATE
In this Issue we have the announce-
pay Lincoln county, Oregon, $130,305, ' ment of Mrs. Ifajibel Simpson as a
the amount which would have been re- candidate for the office of Sheriff of
received in taxes for the years, 1919, Lincoln County, to succeed herself.
1920 and 1921 on the Blodgett timber Mrs. Simpson, who has served as
H. G. Rhoades, Archie Zeek, Guy matrimony.
Dr. Kellogg, the eys specialist, will
be in his Toledo office April 13-14-15. tract which was taken over by the. sheriff the past two years, needs no
government for wartime spruce pro- Introduction to the voters. She has
8CIENCE NOTE j duction. The loss of these taxes, it been a courteous and efficient official,
California grows more lemons than Is contended, has been a serious blow and the report of the expert, recently
any other state except the state of to the finances of the county. Oregon- published, shows the records of her
office to be In first class shape.
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