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TOLEDO. LINCOLN COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY, ? APRIL 7th, 1922.
SILETZ a financial success as the undertak- William, and family at Summit, re
ins fills a long felt want on the ac- turning Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Crawford gave count of the Imperfect condition of the Floy1 Rnoaie8 Jme Huif
a social dance In the gymnasium, pavements of some of our loads. Spent tbe Week end ,n 0Ur
March 31st, as a farewell party be- The road between the Siletz River H. Q. Rhoades made a trip to To
fore leaving for Portland. The com-( and Newport J In very poor condition Iado Tuesday to move Mr. Nelson, hi
muntty was well represented, nearly and we hope that the County Court famlly &nl household goods down as
iL' llThlne Pfe3ent; WI" at lea8t tak9 " 80undl - 'aa KhdUio To.edo Wed-
vv, lKt lu UUU1UM- i a ao-
zen attended the dance also. All ex-
pressed themselves as having a most
peasant time. The dance was old
fashioned and for that reason was
more iuuy enjoyed. A rine old fash-
loned supper was servod at midnight,
This supper wag a real feast to all
who partook of it. It was prepared
by the farmers wives who are up to
date when It comes to cooking good
wholesome food. The Crawfords will
leave in a few days tor Portland
where they expect to make their fu
A ,1'mri.a hiniwi.v Mrt . i
A surprise birUiday party was given
Saturday evening to Mr. and Mrs.
Pogue, our pastor, and his wife. The
friends and neighbors to the number
of twenty-five, marched to the par-
onage loaded with a numoer of nice
presents for the minister and his wife.
Jt was a great surprise to both of
them. It was called
a pound party,
emicu uu uy ram. jess uanieis anu
Mrs. Maurice Andersen. Nothin vu
to weiEh less than a nound Mr PcC
to weigh less than a pound. Mr. Po-
gue got a gold brick or two and a num.
ier of things that looked as though
It might be April Fools Day. Through
it all the minister kept a charming
smile on his face. Dr. Carter had the
honor and pleasure of making the t
troductory speech, expressing the sen-
timeat that Mr. and Mrs. Pogtie, by
their uniform kindness and love, had
Won the hearts of the people of Siletz
and it wes only proppr end right that
we should show our appreciation in
small way with these gifts and pres-
May our friendship for each
other grow stronger and stronger as
tuo days go by. Mr. Pogue In his re-
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nice presents and the kindness and
go'u on. kb wouia come nanay in ouiia-
!ng a brick flue to the parsonage. It
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was April Fools Day and all enjoyed
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t. x ne v--uiiib null uireui iu iu;iiis
games, social chat and relating stories
and reminiscences of the past.
. S. T. Loudon, the truant officer, was
lero and rounded up the children that
were out of school. He made it plain
that all children of school age must
to school unless kept out by sick-
aaa nna mnn tolH Mr TvuInn thai
Ws children went to school or not, but
tne oirirer soon convinced mm it was
his business and Monday morning the
children rthree of them were In the
school and this ended the matter. Mr.
Loudon Is not harsh but firm with the
parents. The children must be kept
A. L. Porter, the engineer and su-
perlntendent of the Market Road work
and bridge construction, was here dur-
Ing the week to Inspect the new
bridge juBt built across Cedar Creek.
Mr. Porter said the bridge was alright,
Hi also said the bridges that were
washed out last winter would be re-
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Duilt Just as fast as they could get
money and material with which to
rarry tho work foreward. The bond
Will have to be voted first.
There was a dance hoH at the Mill-
tort store April 1st, which was at-
tended by about 60 couples in tho hou-
or of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fluke whr
are leaving this vicinity to tako up
their residence In Newport.
mi . i sm T o liLII M - J
Tor Newport with a full load of Inm-
ber April First. On the next trip she
Will take the regular run of the "Roam-
er" on the Portland, Newport and SI-
letz schedule while the Roamer is
V...I .i ,h0n. in
u""m6 "' -
Mr. Wheeler of Newport visited the
Wheeler Brothers and left on the ship
3mtth Anrll First It Is assumed Mr
Smith, April First. It is assumed Mr.
Wheeler nau a very pieasani mp oown
the coast as the bar was exceedingly
lumpy on his departure.
The N. tives have been very much
puzzled over the new engine which
the Siletz Bay Packing Company has
purchased for the new cannery. It
has neither batteries, wires, or a car-
tmreter and consumes any fuel from
water to molasses.
The Gerttula wotners, jrs.. nave
established the Sanitary bnoe snin-
Ing Parlors. The parlors were opened to
for business at the dance held April
- mv. i ir, nt ih. no.ln.
moved by rowboat as the occasion ae-
mauds. We trust this venture will be
establish a regular channel soon.
Dr. Belt and C. E. Sheffield of New-
nnrt n vtttrr nn tho rivoi. lo-f
Guy Nilsson, cannery foreman of the
Elmore Packing Company, returned
from a business trip to Astoria. It
is not definately known whether the
Elmore company will pack this sea-
son, or not.
A sewing club has been organized
WiIso Lucy Wilson. Dorothy New-
wim rn Tr. MnwiniF mflmnprfl! Kmma
comb May Ella udeU. Dott steinmet2i
Laura Smith and Ruth Smith; Mrs.
rlov, PM.,n -luv
A f6W naTe had bad colda but thera
nag been no Berloug gicess. Chit-
wood Ig a healthy place Uv9
. ho. ,. th.
gchoolhouse next Saturday, April the
o.v. tl. i u i
8 MW nusDanaB lor Bomejn8
,. husband). There wlH be a pre-
gram and a fortUne tellers booth.
The roads are so bad that several
tarmer. haTe ln.de toud
nauj tDeir feed etc on
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'Mrs. MIntyre and daughter, Lois,
went to Toledo Monday.
wltn7 A"Tn Wa" a C0UUty 86at
iS J. to be gtven at the
Grange Hall Saturday night.
"" " " lunmuu m menu I"
waa til iruju ruruauu iu utieiiu iu
Mrs. . w. Small has been visiting
, ... m.
Mr!' Ed Tylor. 'eft for ewPrt
Tuesday evening to see her new
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iio. jaiioniu nuu nui. yyhouuu'u
were Passengers to Toledo Monday
Tls.'sarah Crahen of Toledo visited
jler 8lster, Mrs. C. L. Morrison Sunday.
The Elk City Basket Ball Team.
wil1 Play the Toledo teams Friday,
A5,.7tJnarle, Snmll 0, ToIedowM
visitlng at honle of Mr3.
Wel.-t.ils weather is a little more
Jlk.e Bprln8' althou8h could be bet.
Mrs. Lang was visiting at the home
of Mrs. Cozine Tuesday afternoon,
"We are glad to report that Mr. and
Mrs' S,trand; en suffering
from the grippe during the past week
nave recovered. i
Mrs. Odell spent a few days at
South Beach visiting her 'daughter,
Mls8 BesB)e Blair, who have been vis-' The next meetlng of the club will be
itlng the Hayes family during the past he'd In the Sweet Briar schoolhouse
week, have returned to Sheridan. on Sunday, April 16ht, at 12 o'clock,
Th,e .SunnJ RldEe BCno1, hfts JU3t 'noon, sharp. A good program is a-
received a fine young walnut tree . .. . . .
trom 0. M. Plummer. of Portland.;8 ' the arranSn8 ' which is la
A number of years ago Mr. Plummer, tne hands of V. D. Graves, he having
visited Washington's old home at Mt ! been elected chairman at the last
vernon ana wmie mere Becurec rroiu
nuts when George Huved there a num-l
ber of fine walnuts. On his return J
w.Bv,.i, ..a p.oui mom. me; ,
5L . .A!. : aB0iland visiting relatives where she
viiau iu uv-iir. uur iii'.iu irew grew
from one of the latter nuts, making it
the "grandchild" of George Washing-
t0" 8 e
Sud' v hool will Z nrorlm !'
the school house. A dinner will be
i-w- r J il. n
i All ij i it
filatrct and their friends are Invited i
?rZwllB egg'hunt !
The SouthBlde Improvement Club
held an interesting meeting at the '
8cnooj ,no8 last Saturday.
ber of Interesting topics were discuss-
ed and committees appointed. The
Club has done considerable work,
taking into account the short time
Bin'8 11 waa reorganized. Long may
11 flouri8n and become a power for
Bood not on,y fQr th(j Southglde but
zor the whole county!
The bridge petitions will be pre-
ented to the County Clerk this week.
of fiT8 wa8 intei for
William Smith was a guest at the
Rhoades home Wednesday evening,
L' - Riloa,de8' Clifford Phelps, A.
rmcrauu, xiAtri vuikuu ana i . a. Mil'
,cr wer9 traUng )n ycqulna Thursday. !
j. m. Bowers made a business trip
Virglo, Alotlia and Alpha Rhoades
u"u iiwu wore guebts ui
the Phelps home Saturday evening.
Adolph Peterson, Jr., departed Frl
day for a brief visit with his brother, be
nesday accompanied by C. S. Ohniart.
ui,aua bvvu ui pau iu J J v vuuisi
Archie Zeek went over to Poole
Little Hilda Rhoades who has been
yutio in 1117 noca is nsaui vu uio
road to recovery.
Mrs. Frank Shermar and family call
ed at the Huutsucker home Sunday
Miss Alice Huntsucker, who has
been working at Southside. returned
Mrs. M. G. Shermer visited at the
Harris home Sunday,
p.ir. nnrt jvii-b. J. i: minrfnm.lrAi nrt
f Ti . V c- i ,u V
fam"V spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Rhoades and James Hunt-
sucker called at the Lewis home Mon
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Huntsucker were
callers at Toledo Monday.
Geo. Huntsucker and Bill Bailey
visited home folks Tuesday.
Mrs. Dora Emerson who has been
J1111", Natives at Newport, came
Thomas Barker and daughters,
Hasel and Bertha cam ln Tuesday
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R' E- McDona'd of Philomath, agent
tot the Watklns Remedies passed
i Elmer Watklns aud T. L. Bohannon
went to Toledo Saturday.
cltatart weSV caT.
1Ir- and Mrg j K wheeler spent
jast Sunday night' with Mr. and Mrs.
s- c- ohmart Eddyville. They went
cr'S parents, returning home-Thurs-
Mrg. JnhTI llaVBnnnr) mil oollcl In
Toledo Wednesday' bv tbe serlioiiR
nine of hi father. M Martin
Deing circulated over the county for
the purpose of bonciing the county in
order t0 Eet monev t ,.,,, hr.,,'J
, . .1 f , . Du"a BrlJgea'
in "io nanus oi w. iu Moore, here I
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jor gigners. We are all very much
enthused over the prospect of getting
on 3Im ell Slutv bm
Sundagy wlttmer .nNa wJ
MndT J KeeW 'n'v
MA edi. SinUT
. n,UVeC1 1118 family OVef
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exnd them a hearty welcome.
UPPER DEPOE VALLEY
The last meeting of the" Sweet Briar
Civic Club, held on, March 6th was
very successful, the largest number of
Depoe residents being present that we
have yet had. Dinner was first serr-
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ea' 'ollowed by a program, consisting
of some excellent vocal and musical
selections, also talks by Mlrs. F. Romt-
vedt, V. D. Graves and J. L. Thomas.
DurinB tne Past montn our neigh-
borhood has had the absence of Mrs.
u. n. ivuBtjj h, wno was oui io rort-
really enjoyed herself. county and state funds, who had PULL j Ulroe' some four BOme "VB a"d 80 0I
On March 24th, Charles Patton of j enough to take the road over the moun- I Sfe To'Tc was S,e
Butte Falls, Oregon, and Miss Alvhlld ! talus on an old elk trail instead of o ..i innii
Romtvedt of Toledo, were married at
tne p-e"byterlan parsonage, Medford.
I nO nrlfIA IB WOII Unnwn In Hiln nJ
vicinity, her home having been In De-
P6 V"ey f0r m year8' The hap"
py couple wlU make thelr future home
In Butte la-
FOR SATURDAY & MONDAY
MEN'S ALL LEATHER BROWN
jjCALF NO. 130 "LION BRAND" WORK
8HOE3 AT $3.75.
TOLEDO LODGE NO. 108, I. O. O. F.
meets every Wednesday evening.
Visiting Brothers always Welcome.
L. B. Wlswell, N. G.,
Carl Glldersleeve, Secretary.
Dr. Kellogg, the eye specialist, will
In his Toledo office April 13-14-15.
FREE PICTURE SHOW
Jersey Cattle Club will presents-
"Heartland Jerseys" alf Club will
be organised after show,
Beginning promptly at one o'clock
Saturday afternoon, April 8th, at the
"Movies" theatre, the Jersey Cattle
Club will present the free five reel
Picture show "Hearts and Jerseys.1
The film is both educational and in
teresting and points the way to profit
thru the use of purebred Jerseys.
For the person not especially Inter
ested ln the educational side of the
show tho entertaining features are
equally valuable. The picture has a
a pretty little plot and is full of amus
ing scenes. The hero wins success
I With nig Jerseys and also wins the girl
he wants and thus all's well that ends
... ThUj pcture wU1 appeai especially
to th fUI.mcra an,i thfir fl,mni,0 and
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selected to enable them to attend.
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oys ana g'.ris wno uesire to gel into
the Jergev Cfll( riuh .hmlM hn fh.r.
as the Club will be organized Imme
diately after the show.
The Jersey Cattle Club will see that
11 Calf Club members are provided
with puiebred calvee. It has already
been found that the Jersey breeders
will provide calves for this purpose
much below market calves having
been offered at prices ranging from
j 26 t0 1M per head,
The how Is entirely free and dun
to the lhnlted seating capacity, come ood, the supper was good and the Francisco and Los Angeles. Few
early If you would have a good seat. .best of order was maintained. i white people lived ln Los Angeles
, o The music was furnishod by John- when Mr. Vincent was there. One
tin i rb r ucrr .-. son's Toledo Orchestra, and deserves little brick saloon was the only build
MILLER TO MEET AMORT more than, passing mention. "Micky" ing, and a few dug-outs, dug In a dirt
IN A FINISH MATCH Johnson, the leader, Is a pianist of rare bank and covered with limbs and dirt,
ability, then there Is Elmer Plant on comprised the houses. While hero the
After months of waiting, Paul the banjo, H. G. Wolf and Myrna Mil- Civil War broke out.
Amort has at last accepted Chas. Mil- ler on the violin. Lawrence Bollls, In 18&1 he went back to "Wisconsin
ler's challenge to a finish match ana saxaphono, and Wbllace Baker, drum- on horseback, making the trip in. four
the seme will be held at Toledo, Sat-'mer, all good musicians, and they cer- months. This was considered "very
urday, April 8th. This match Is es-1 tainly make your feet itch when they fast time ln those days. When he
pecially interesting for on the outcome 'get going. ; reached Wisconsin hey would not ae-
of this match will determine whether; 0 cept him for the army bocr.use hhj
Miner can retain tne championship oil
Ted Thye of Portland will be pres-
ent at the match and If Miller wlns
and appears likely to the Portland'
laoi, ne win cnanenge Miner to a
match with his man Anderson. If
Miller then handles Anderson
will then take on our Charles. The
i fact that "either A-mort or Sanders
been able to put Mfiller out soems
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j J,,e ,s g"?n? to w)n-" The Probablll-
ties are that Amort has a like aspira-
AT THE MOVIES
TONIGHT Elsie Ferguson In a Par
"LADY ROSE'S DAUGHTER"
Also Comedy 30 cents and 15 cen's.
8 AT URDAY-SUN DAY-
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A paramount Aircraft picture A
Cecil B. De MJIIe'a Production
enUETunun -rn -tuikili- mniin
Also "Snub" Pollard Comedy
"No Children" 35c. and 15c.
Hilf St, Toledo, Oregon
Ask about our
$1.00 PER DAY RATES
Best established eating place In
E. J. FOWLER, Prop.
A VOTER WRITES:
Elk City, Or., April 1st, 1922.
I notlPA In the laiit Court nroceed-
I notice m the last Court proceed-
ings, claims from several citizens on
! Olnlla and Simpson Creek, for dam-
ages. I wonder whether these people
who were so anxious to have a road
u wuo are receiviTig me airect uen-
eflt from thousands of doHars of both
a water grade and who have PULLED
out thousand, of dollars of county
fimrla 9nv hullHIn wvida eixrow hA
satisfied. J. C. Dixon.
.urtiriT LcnrnJino i nn i tun
MEETINGS NEXT WEEK
Prof. Fltts of O. A. C. will direct
meetings which will be held on the
farm where breeding, feeding, and
dairy herd management will be '"Illus
trated" as well as "talked about.'
The first dnlry farm demonstration
meeting scheduled on the Farm Bu
reau program will be held on the farm
of L. A. Hulburt two miles north of
Toledo Tuesday, April 11th, beginning
at 1 o'clock sharp. It Is expected that
by holding these meetings on the farm
where actual practices and examples
of breeding, feeding and care of ani
mals may be observed that much more
can be accomplished than by merely
talking about such things ln a "hall
In town." Four or five meetings a
year will be held on the same farm,
these farms being known es the "dem
onstration farms" and by keeping sim
ple records, the actual success or fail
ure of the various practices can be
studied. The second demonstration
meeting will be held at Ona on Wed
nesday. The farm to be used will be
announced at a later date.
SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT ,DIES ON BIRTHDAY;
, . J AGED-95 YEARS
You are cordially invited to attend
an entertainment to be given by the
'pupils of the Toledo Grade School,
rnuttjr 0u,UBl ter, Mi's. Georgia Wade, In this city,
A varied program will be offered fl 9B yar.
Including the new Exposition Song, ,Mr Vlncenfg ife hiBtory reads like
"Beautiful Oregon Rose ; the delight- a gtory and he certainly enjoyed Ufs
ful "Yama Yama" chorus from the to the fu He ,,, honored and res
musical comedy, "The Three Twins ; tei Dy all who knew hlm.
a children's presentation of Litt.e Or-, Ho wag born ln Columbia county,
phan Annie"; and many other Inter- New Vorki April lst 1827, He recelv
e.ting features. ' i art his education in a log school house.
oenerai Admission ou cents. ,.
Remember the day Friday, April
NEW HARDWARE FIRM
N. H. Sherwood and Max Hayden'sold In the store. At the age of 28
have bought out the Peterson Hard
ware Co. The Invoicing was conclud
ed Wednesduy and the slOLk moved
into the brick store building jus' south
of the earaee. The new firm will be
itnown as tne snerwooa & tiayuen
,.,,.,. Co.. ,, .,.,. . Hi,ar of
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DANCE PROVES TO BE
The dance given at the Club House
last Saturday evening by Dick & Nick
; proved to be an enjoyable affair and
i drew a, big crowd. The music was
TOLEDO TO HAVE TAILOR-
ifljr. roT4B, launiriviT
W. A. Lindsay of Enterprise, Ore-
gon, will esuiblioh a luiior shop In
ih. m.ii. Dnii,im. i .i, ...
nwnnic-i hv nr i,-tinU .i,,t n, ui
thi mnmh ua ..m ,b ,..
t,, order do drv cloanlni? nii.tinn
. Z ' d pr,B1taiTPrit ita?
lence In the business und guarantees
PDnvir DnDiii ao
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The Farm Bureau completed another
poultry luceliug held at Toledo last at about the present site of the Toledo
Tuesday. The momma was devoted to Hoel. The family returned to Cor
a tour of the pouury yards of Messrs alll8 ttnd egtabUfhod Ul0 "Vincent
Gwynn, Harding, Osness, Grable und ,... r...m. .. 0, mu
Iiu..j. r ii, .. j
;"'c-""""" umoumu, nuugu ana rars.
iDemilt. On account of inuultlclont
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time a proposed trip to Edd Mjhler's
mm JO iraucmieu rroi. crosoy ex- t, g)nce hls flr8t trlp, He took np
pressed surprise and admiration at the the mercantile business, the first tore
taprovement of the pou try industry belns Mar where T. P. Fish's store
of Lincoln County since his last visit now RUndg. jter ne moved the goods
a year ago. Mr. Grable s exhibit was to Caledonia (near the mouth of OI
especially interesting and presents an alIa ai0ugh) and where he and other
attraction which could bo viewed with built a mill and a big house which was
interest by Toledo peoplo wanting a UHed for a gtorG and a home,
little waik. Mr. Grable has 360 hens At tng time they were grading for
in one house and at the time of the the railroad. There was a sidetrack
recent visit a row of nests 64 feet long leading to the mill where cars were
was entirely full of laying liens and loaded with lumbor. Later ho sold
more standing by waiting their turn. t!l0 mln and store, moving backdown
Simply gathering 'he eggs is quite a the track about a half mile to a place
task in this bouse as Mr. Grable finds which is now known as tho "Vincent
about 2o eggs per duy ln this one Ranch." Here his wife died In 1903,
nouse- and he went to live with his daughter
Afternoon meeting at Miller's. W,0 had married Lee Wlado.
The lecture and demonstration meet- in 1904 ho attended the World's Fair
ing was held at the Kverett Mlllor at St. Louis, and in 1906 he took the
flu-n .if KDai)." nnA "Un.li I' U..HA . r, .1. .
, , . uncoiu Louniy exniDiis 10 me uewis
agan ,g another int010allllg jaunt.& Clark Fair at Portland.
"Just over the hill.'' unit ''tint 'nr i. imi v. n.n.irf . m-. ii.
'away." M. Miller Is trap nesting his
'iena and can tell you how many eg6s
,Ton lay eggs i.'i cycles" Some lavl
tnree etzza then nils - rtav tlinn thr
more and so on. Some hens have
'ig, feeding and care of little chicks,
.The meeting was well attended Two
.Vi iiiV-iJvi dui,uiii;i, u tot. unikiiib wiwu-
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burn coming from above Elk City on
tho Big Elk to attend the mooting.
Mr. Crosby will return In Augunt or
early September at ' which time he
will demonstrate proper methods of
TINDALL STATES POLICIES
To tho Law end Order Citizens of
Lincoln County: H has bean brought
to my attention that I was In sympathy
with tho so called, moonshiner or hip
pocket saloon man.
To those of you who know me, this
statement has no weight. To tho.ie
who do not, bo It known to you that
I am for law enforcement, Including
the liquor law. If you are content to
let tho moonshiner roam at will, mix
ing boope and gasoline thus causing
accidents on our roads, don't vote for
me, for I will sure do all In my power
to stop It (should I be nominated and
olected) if I have to deputize half of
the county to do so.
There are three men In the county
who have known me from boyhood
nnd whose politics I do not know. They
are Mr. P. G. Gllmore, Newport, Mr.
Lo M. Commons. Hartan formerly
Onn, aad Mr. Richardson of Toledo.
Talk to them. W. R. Tlndall.
' urday nlght at the nome of nlg daugh.
'and ilved on a farm. When he came
h tn wtrtown N. Y.
I eneaeed tn the mercantile busi
ness with his brother. After two years
the store burned, so they built a brick
store. They cut out and mndo their
own clothing and shoes which they
he went to Fon du Lac, is., wnere
he engaged ln the clothing husiness
for ten or twelve year:;. Hn-.n he went
on the road, traveling from place to
place, carrying with him a Etoi'k of
ii nn....i i.i. ....unn
ciuuhub. no uiumn una vuu.iuu
for about throe years, and saw all
there was to see ln the country at that
He next went to Pikes Peak to mine,
but after about two months he con
cluded there was not enough gold
there bo went on to Salt Lake
not a rery large town, and after a few
' months there the lure of the gold rush
took him to California. Ho spent two
years in Red Bluff, California., as a
barbor. Leaving there he wont to San
eyes were weak, but he servod as a
'recruiting officer. Wlhlle here he met
Judith T. Stevens, who later became
Afler 1)0 was married they moved to
-nm:couie, w, win; m v.-us m u.n
hotel business for about six yoars. He
also worked at dimlis'T herd for
two years and the title of "Doctor"
. 8'ven him. He also worked as a
Jowolur for tw ear- Wlllle in Ml8'
a daughter was born., Georgia
iFrcm Chilllcothe, Mo., ho came to
Portland, Oregon, by nilrond. Decid
ing to go farther west, tho famlly went
to CorvalllB by boat, at Corvallls they
changed to team and rame to Elk City.
and from Elk City to Toledo by row
boat. There was no town here and
but ona bouaei whll.h WUB 0CC.Upl(.d by
"UUD, 'i ''" " '""J
Da.e n 1574
v Afta. tnn VM ha moTO(, back to
Aivoi iQU vol a w mj tvu uttn w
rrij.. .i.ii, h.A i.,n.j 1 nnn.
and they went to New York where he
remained two years, his wife dylnj
Vincent passed tho remaining
years of his life ln Toledo with very
Mr. Vincent never made a practice
of drinking or smoking, and nnvor los'.
his temper, believing it to be a form of
Ho served Beveral times as council
man and twice as mayor of Toledo,
SILVER CUP TO BE
GIVEN AS PRIZE
The Standard Oil Co., Is offering a
sliver loving cup as a prlie to the
station In this district which shows the
biggest percentage of gain In business
during the year. There are 63 sta
tions competing and each month the
percentages are figured and the one
having the highest gets to keep the
cup for that month. The Mirshfleld
station won it for January, Bandon
won It for February and Yanuina. with
a 43 pnr cent gain over last March,
won It for March.
E. A. Harvey, local agent, says If
we can win it one more month during
te year he feels confident that It will
be awarded to this district. Anyhow
he is going to strive hard to secure It.
J. W. Parrlsh of this city, L. C.
Smith of Newport and Chris Larson of
Siletz have been appointed appraisers
to paos on tho bonus loans to ex-service
men. Thoy were over to the Si
letz making some appraisals ;he flijt
of the wock.