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TOLEDO. LINCOLN COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY, APRIL 28th, 1922.
The lecture of Prof. J. B. Horner of
the Department of History In the O. A.
C, Friday evening was listened to by
a full bouse composed of the people of
the community, the pupils of the pub-
lie school, and the teachers. The lec- Five maples were planted. Here are
ture was Illustrated by slides showing 'the names: Primary, James Franks:
the conditions of the people In the Intermediate, Dr. F. M. Carter; Upper
land where there are no free schools, : Grades, General Pershing; High
churches or community clubB. School, Prof. Deeg. We, the recipients
The professor was accompanied by ' of this honor, thank you most hea-tily.
W,. F. Gasklus, director of music In ' The following teachers and High
the O. A. C, and County Agent School pupils will attend the teachers
Cooler, a graduate of the O. A. C. annual Institute held at Toledo this
C. W. Poguo, 'president of the Corn-' week: Prof. Doeg, Miss Treat, Mrs.
munity Club acted as chairman of the Maurice Andersen, Mrs. E. E. Colvin,
meeting and introduced the speakers. Miss J. Smith and Miss E. H. Hartley:
Mr. Gaskius was first introduced and High school pulpls: Rena Ojala, Laila
anked to sing a song, but instead ho Ojnla, Margaret Miller; Grade pupils:
gave an interesting talk on the charms Lavelle Klnt Helena Ojala, Lola OJa'a
of music and the wonders of the radio, and Miss Erown.
Next came Mr. Cooter with some The Siletz Schools htve a fine corps
humorous remarks that pleased the ' teachers from the principal to the
audience and put them Just right to Primary grade. They not only take
listen to the lecture. Mr. Cooter by great interest In their school work
request had brought his own acetylene but are willing to help In anything
tank with which to run Che machine that will advance the Interest and wel
for Prof. Horner. The professor wag fare of tke comtmunlty.
then introduced amid a round of ap Some people are under the impret
plause. Prof Horner seems to have elon that the Siletz steel bridge Ib not
the hearts of the young people. He
at once launched Into his subject As
the elides came on he explained to
meaning of each one. He had '.aken
the so pictures himself and he knew
they were correct, when visiting the
Holy Land some years ago. The party
consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Horner,
their two daughters, Rev. J. R. N.
Bell and two other ministers. They
traveled for weeks In Egypt, th cra
dle cf the human race. They saw and
Vhiotographed the great pyramids i
one of which covers more than thir
teen acres of ground, the sphinx, ob
elisks, eepulchers and other objects
of interest. Ho said the prramlds
were built to mommemorate the name
of sJnia great kings. In the sopul
chers where the dwd were placed had
now become the home of bats and
moles and the catecomtos had been
abandoned and used now as dwelling
places for the poor. The great uni
versity that once occupied 40 acres
of land, had fallen into decay and
passed away. Here at this university
It Is believed St. Paul, Moses and
other grant men of ancient times re
ceived their education. The people of
Egypt at. one time were highly edu
cated and civilized but fell because
thsy forgot God, excluded themselves
from the rest of the world and went
Inta materialism like Germany and
rsssatl out of exlstance as a govern
ment. Prof. Horner said the lights
of the homo, the free schools and the
church must bo kept burning brightly
or wo as a nation would go the same
way. The professor is not an evolu
tionist. Ha believes that Chris'.:?nity
as taught by Christ Is the greatest
civilizer in the world. One of the sad
tilings in i lie lecture was wnere a na
tive girl was sold to a man to become
his wli'e. She was examined ao you
would a boree, and then led amy to
eke- out a miserable existanee with no
more say In tho matter than a calf.
Where you have no schools,
no churches and na civilization, wo
men are held 83 slaves. America la
great because she is free and hn9
Irea Institutions and Egypt Is dark be
cause she has no free schbols, no
churches and no free Institutions.
The brain must work In order to direct
. .... m.uht. oui crams mro
your business or you cannot succeed
says Mr. Horner. The address was
greatly appreciated and a rising vote
of thanks was extended to htm at Its
Arbor Day program
finnff rirH Mrti.i tw ti
Song Good Morning Dear Play-
Exercise: I Saw a Little . Robin
Exercise: When Do I Love Trees
..6. mua xtu oiow m-
Recitation: The Tree Sena Preng;
jviy uwn united states Intermed
RpoItnfTnn? What Wn PionfT0
, ., .HUW LUiui-
Reading: President's Proclamation
History of Arbor Day Florence
Duet: Hurrah For Arbor Day-
Mary and Nannie Hoffman; j
IBnrefoot Bay-Evald Ojala;
In the Spring John Kosydar;
Duet: Happy Days-Lavelle King; I
na uotcnen nuey; Clty fof the Vapy ,agt Pr,day wher9
Trees I Like Best-Several; lhey wll, vIglt her folks
Historical Tree-High School; j t 0 0. F. are having their an
Carry Mo Back To Old Virginia-! nuai meeting this week.
The Value of Trees Dave Pompel;
Planting the Apple Tree Eighth
Dedication of Trees tEdgar Colvln;
Then followed the naming of the
trees. Each room named one tree.
to be built as It does not appear on
the election notice., that are being
posted. But this Is a. ml b take. As I
understand it, the Market Road Fund
and the fund from the Budget that
wa3 Bet aside last fall will build the
Siletz bridge and that Is why It is not
mentioned on the Bonding Election
Well we have some sunshine at
Guy Lewis returned home from Cor
H. G. Rhoades, A. W. Weber, E. L.
llson and Bon' Enoa' and nd
airs. a. Peterson were traders or New-
port and Yaquln& Thursday.
Mrs. Joe Kohler returned home from
Portland Sunday accompanied by her
Frank Huntsucker was a guest at
the Bowers' home Sunday night.
OVware. Floyd Rhoades and Will
Smith and Misses Aletha and Alpha
Rhoades and Blanche Brown spent
Sunday at the Seal Rocks beach.
A. H. Phelps, C. S. Ohmart and H.
G. Rhoades wer3 Toledo visitors Mon
day. M!rs Evalina Peterson of Newport
spent the week-end with home folks
In our vicinity.
Miss Blanche Brown went to To
ledo Tuesday where she will attend
the Teachers' Annual Institute.
A. A. Walters from Alsea was
this vicinity last week.
Mrs. Ella Lawrenco nnrl Charlotte
Van 0rden of Eik city are visiting
r3latlves In Newport.
LiiuKcy Daniels left for Summit on
Mon-lr.y to make his home with his
Mr. and Mm. Loin Hoffnnn and
baby returned to their home In New
'Miss Rose Davenport is visiting at
tho home of her friend. Lottie Craw
ford, of Pioneer for a few days.
J. E. Davis and Mrs. Agnes Gatens
are attending the teachers Institute
We have had our first week of
srin leather here and we eertainir
welcome it with glad hearts,
Mrp. McTntvre and daughter, Lois,
are visiting this city today.
'.Mrs. Nellie Davenport and children
left for Drift Creek where they will
Bnnnd a wrrIt vlai-ine thfiir at star nnrl
daughter. Mrs. Olive Stewart.
Vern Young is working In the saw-
rne quarry nas Deen pretty busy
lately. Three scow leads of rock hav9
been taken out now and imore will be
taken In the future. There will be an-
other gang of men np here to work
v.. i. rao.-run le.t iur ronana Bun-
dar whpra ho won en.ll fid frr KPrvIm
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ai n. iiirnr rar rtio Hnpnil l "nnrt
Mrs Tjamost Dixon who has been
Tiglting here the past week left for the
Va11ey Mondav. -
Mrs. loUs Crawford of Pioneer left
tor Fa,,g Clty WleitieBiaij, wnere an,
jh Bpend B W6ek visiting her folks.
,Mlsg Marjorie cozine spent Thum-
day nnd FrIday with her Monii Lott,8 ,
Crawford of Pioneer. j
,Mp. and Mrs. Bennie Graves left Elk !
DO YOU NEED
We are sending one of our representatives to Toledo, at
the Lincoln Rooms, Tuesday and Wednesday, May 9th, and
10th, to examine your eyes and fit you with
glasses if you need ' them. All work guar
anteed no charge for examination. Ask your
banker to ask any Bank in Salem as to our ability, standing
and reliability. We are associated with Dr3. Finley &
Steeves, Eye, Ear, Nose,, and Throat Specialists.F
MAY WE SERVE YOU?
Morris Optical Company
"Oregon's Largest Optical Institution"
203 TO 211 BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDING
i THE -
BASEMENT POOL A BILLIARD
WILL. OPEN TOMORROW
SATURDAY, APRIL 29th
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION
MANY GOOD THINGS
TO EAT, DRINK AND SMOKE
AND LOOK IT OVER AND TELL US WHAT YOU THINK OF IT
CLAY NICHOLS, Proprietor
We were misinformed last wjeek
when we stated that Herbert Kynis-
ton accused Henry Schaffer of having
3ruok him with a bottle. It being John
Schaffer that he accuses, and whom
the sheriff could not locate.
MRS. GEO. STURGIS DEAD
.Mx8. George Sturgls, whose home Is
at Glenn's Ferry, Idaho, passed away
lr.st Sr.turday at tho home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Grab'.e near
this city. Mrs. Sturgis had been at
the home of her parents but a week,
having came here for her health, she
recently having suffered a nervous
Mir. Sturgis was notified and came
on from Idaho at once, funeral ser-
vices being held Wednesday, the re-
r-lns belnS interred in the Toledo
ASSESSMENT NO. 4
By order of the Beard of Directors
cf the Toledo Investment and Develop-
rnent Corporation, you are hereby nc,cast a llne olU of your Dack wlndow
tilled that Assessment No. 4. amount- and cattn a n)c9 m0sa o spi,ck!e4
ing to 20" of your subscription Is uoautlc8 for (1!nner. Such is lh(J cs.
now wiled and Is payable to the Sec- per,anoe of yirs Burcroff, wife of W.
retary on or before May 1st, 1322. (; Burorottt nillnager of the local W.
reer prrqer.CK, oecreuiry. .
JOHN R. DICKSON HAS
HIGH SCHOLASTIC RATING
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COi
LEGE, Corvalll3, April 2Jth John R.
Dickson of Toledo, a lunior In civil
engineering, was pledged to Slgm
.n i M .
i nauouRi uonoTVLTy eBsaneerin
f.ii. ,h m.-w-m .
lhls raternlty is restrlcten to Junior
gna genlor men In forestry and en-
gingering who have the highest scho
IHereafter all claims aeainst Lin
coln County ,mugt be flled wlth tne
. - . . .
oumy uier at leasx nve aays oerore
the first day of the Commissioners'
Court in order to be presented at that
term of Court. By order of the
County Court. Carl Glldersleeve,
Hilt St, Toledo, Oregon
Ask about our
11.00 PER DAY RATES
Beet established eating place In
E. J. FOWLER, Prop.
AT THE "MOVIES"
Tonight and Saturday
"IDOLS OF CLAY"
with Mao Murray and
David Powell as leads.
IT'S A BIG PARAMOUNT
Pathe Comedy 35c. 15c.
Vivian Martin in
"A PETTICOAT PILOT"
also Comedy 30c 15c.
COMING "THE SHEIK"-
uifh DiiHnlnh Vfllcmtint
in tho lead ho is recognized
as the most popular malo
star of the present moment.
This is the original Sheik
Piay that created such a
HOW'D YOU LIKE TO
CATCH TROUT FROM
YOUR BACK PORCH?
Pretty soft, we claim, when vou can
c nur,,rnff MorcanlUn Co. Mrs. Bur.
creff succeeded In landing five beau
ties Saturday afternoon while casting
her line In the bay In tho rear of the ;
The following Is the roglBtration
figures for the different parties In
Lincoln County at the present time.
Male Female Total
Republican .. 1720 1097
Democrats .... 560 397
Prohibition.... 22 40
Socialist 122 4
Miscellaneous. 108 53
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
TO DISCUSS PORT BOAT
The purchase of a boat by the Port
of Toledo will be thoroughly discuss
ed at the meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce to be held at their rooms In
Toledo on Tuesday evening, May 2d,
If you are a taxpayer come and ex
press your views and if you can't
come, writs the secretary before that
date. An expression from tho tax
payers, while no' solicited by the Port
Commission, Is desired by the Cham-
ber of Commerce on the advlstfuTllty
of putting $60,000 of the Port's money
Into a boat.
VVard Mayer, contractor for the con
struction of the power house at the
Pacific Spruce mill, poured the con
crete for the first section of the wall,
Monday and Tuesday of this week.
The building will be thoroughly
modern through out and strictly fireproof.
On April 10th the lamp In the home
of R. V. Hubbard, Siletz, exploded,
set the house ad re, burning It to the
ground with practically all the con
tents. The loss was about $500. The
good people of Siletz Immediately
came to the relief of Mr. Hubbard and
children and provided them with nec-
essities. At present they are making
their home with Mr. and Mrs. Perry
CALF CLUB ORGANIZED
The Lincoln Countv ,Iersv CVt.lo
Club cooperating with the Farm Bu-
jreau and assisted by County Agent
Cooler, organized a pure bred Jersey
Calf Club in Toledo with the follow-
1 lng members:
. President, Sidney Prunor of Ya-
, , quins; vice-president, Donald Stokes
! ! of Yaauina: secretary. Pauline Brie.
ham of Toledo; ; James Tlndall, Gordon
, ... ...
nu.mu., Mu..mu rmuCT. mums
Johnson, Donald Stokes, WHlllam R.
Stokes, Jennette Stokes, Anna-belle
Stokes, Vance Altree, Gerald Ander-
son, John Bliss and Dorothy Tlndall.
L. A. Hulburt Is local club loader.
Tile Lincoln County Bank is furnish-
lng the money to the boys and girls
that need It. The Western State
J Bank of Newport and the First Na.
'tlonal Bank of Toledo also offered to
t assist In the financing of the chib
The ciub held their second meeting
-in County Agent Cooler's office on
Apru .ina ena aociaeo on tue num- pift(.e -with lunch counter In connec
'ber and breeding of the calvea desired u0B,
and Mr. Cooter and W. R. Stokes n "
left for the Willamette Valley Mon
day to make the selections for the
members. Tho calves will arrive In
Toledo on next Friday, May 5th, and John Simon of Whldport, candidate
the members will receive their calves 'r the Republican nomination for
the next day. It is planned to have County Commissioner nt the May Prl
the members parade their calves so niarles,, was a county seat visitor !ast
'come out and see the show. Saturday.
This Is the first pure bred Jersey Mr. Simon has resided near Wald
calf club In the county and we want Port the past nlno years, prior to
to make it a good ono. which ho waa In tho real ORtats busl-
We need more boys and girls and n"a at Portlnnd for ten years. Willie
if you bring your's out to see the calf living In the East he served sonin little
parade they too will want a calf. . time as deputy sheriff and special po-
The club members are already plan- lire,
ning picnics and trips for Uia cumin Mr. Simon Is a booster for Rooa
! summer and some will get a free trip
to O. A. C. this year.
I. O. O. F. HALL
Members of I. O. O. F. Lodge
Dance Starts 9:30
PORT MOVES TO BUY BOAT
At a meeting of the Port of Toledo
held laBt Friday It was imovod by W.
B. Ball and seconded by W. R. Hall
that the following resolution be adopt
ed: WHEREAS, the City Mill Company,
a corporation, has offered,, through
the M. K. Wood Lumber Company, a
California corporation, with a branch
office In Portland, Oregon, to sell
the motordhlp PIONEER to the Port
of Toledo, for Fifty Thousand Dollars
(550,000.00), which offer Is contained
In the following telegram, to wit:
San Francsco, Calif., April 6, 1923.
W. H. Buoy,
(Have cable from Honolulu author-
lzlng us to offer for sale to the Port of
Toledo motorehlp Pioneer for Fifty
Thousand Dollars delivered San Fran-
clsco survey to be made at Honolulu
pd vessel accepted there sellers to
pay cost of bringing vessel to San
Francisco. Stop. To give option Port
would have to depoelt twenty five
Hundred dollars to apply on purchase
(Continued on Page Three)
BREAKS ALL RECORDS
The annual teachers' institute for
Lincoln county, which Is In session
here this woelo, has broken all re
cords for attendance. Out of 98 teach
ers teaching In the county, 96 are u.
tending the Institute. The best prev
ious a; tendance was 77 teachers.
The Institute has been a success in
more ways than from point of attend
ance however. The programs . as
mapped out and arranged by Superin
tendent Ooln, have been splendid, the
weather has been good, and the towns
people have have provided entertain
ment for the teachers In their spare
Tuesday evening the grammar
school held an entertainment at the
gymnasium building, Wednesday even
ins a reception was held at the Com
mercial Club rooms, yesterday after
noon the teachers were taken thru the
big mill of the Pacific Spruce Corpor
ation, and last evening a dance was
held at the I. O. O. F. hall.
SATURDAY, APRIL 29TH
WILL BE CLEAN-UP DAY
I , Jt . . .
' The ladies of the Civic Improve
mt Club have named Saturday.
April 29, as "clean up dny," on which.
y all cltlrens of Toledo are request-
wI1 08 rraged to have trucks call
ana pc np rubbish, cans, ete..
'which should be sacked or boxed.
R-member the date and "do your
BASEMENT POOL HALL
T0 REOPEN TOMORROW
clay Nichols, better known as
i mnkintr .rmnn,.n.t.
open the pool hall In the basement of
the Andrews building. The partition
between the pool hnll and confoctlon-i
ery part a Deing removed and the
basement thrown Into one large room.
Nick" will have a ncut up to date
SIMON IS CANDIDATE FOR
roads, and his hobby Is to see the
north and south parts of the county
connected up with reads.
Mr. Simon's announcement will be
found elsewhere in this issue.
SMILING CHARLIE MILLAR
WINS FROM ANDERSON
I Tho wrestling bout between Charlie
Mi'ler of Lincoln County and Jlmmle
Anderson of Portland held at Toledo
last Saturday evening proved to be
tli o best and most Interesting event
ever held In the county. Ted Thye
said Hull when lie remarked that: "It
was a prettier match than big cities
p:iy big money for, and anyone who
says Miller Is not fast or a clever
wrestler, toll them they are wrong."
Holland Hart was the official time
keeper, Ilert Goer referee of the box
ing bouts as usual pleased tho crowd
Very nuieh with his humorous remarks
When Introducing the various contes
tants, W. K. Patterson was referee of
The preliminaries betwetfi Vhde
and Allon of Toledo was very good and
rather a surprise to the audience so
far as the ability of these boys was
The lxiut between Hunter
of Newport and Rhode
proved very exciting, the crowd yelling
to each In an entirely Impartial manner
whenever the opportunity offered,
while Hunter had, a shade the better
of tho bout, at the same time he so far
outweighed Rohde that the doclsi
of tho referee was a draw.
Tfte exhibition of wrestling by Thye
was worth seeing, his movements and
action with Sanders on the mat, re-
minded one of a cat playing with
mouse, the easy quick action of hie
rm and legs In getting and demon-
stratlng the various holds along with
his seeming ability to be everywhere
at once proved him to be the InvincW
ble wrestler we have read eo mack
. All Interest of course was centered
j (Continued on Page Two)