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TOLEDO. LINCOLN COUNTY. OREGON. FRIDAY. MAY 12th, 1922.
Citizens of Siletz and Southside
Appeal to Voters of County to j
Support Bridge Building Bonds
AT MEETING HELD IN COURT HOUSE MONDAY AFTERNOON
SPEAKERS TELL OF HARDSHIPS ENDURED BY FARM
ERS OF SOUTHSIDE DUE TO LACK 0 FBRIDGE; SILETZ
BRIDGES WASHED OUT DURING HIGH WATER.
REPORTED MISUNDERSTANDING AS TO USE OF MONEY
PROVIDED SHOULD BOND ISSUES CARRY FULLY EX.
BOYS AND GIRLS
sey Caly Club Completes Org
on With 20 Members: Car
of Jersey Calves Distributed.
LOCAL ELKS TO STAGE REGISTERED SHORTHORNS
VAUDEVILLE SHOW I T0 BE SOLD AT AUCTION
SUNDAY EVENING' ,s0t. to be outdone by the Jersey
people, who arranges for a consign-
Electing the Queen for the Elks went sale here of purebred Jerseys
Golden Jubilee to be held In Portland last July, the Shorthorn people. In co
May 15 to 22 Is being; reflected In nc- operation with the local agent's office,
tivity of local Standard Oil Boys as have made arrangements with W. H.
they will support the Standard Oil 1-ocke of Corvallls, to bring In his 25
candidate for the honor, Miss Beat- bead of registered Durhams and dis-
ftr.o Ufiniliinbl naraa tham a. ntihllf oala enma t till i In
Jersey Caly Club Completes Organlza-1 ln order lQ ' t ag m yoteg ag June- Further announcements rela-
non wixn ij memoen, oar LOaa gi,a fnr ti,0 vnuni lailv horo tho Ston. tlve to thin sale will be made through
dard Oil boys will stage a vaudeville these columns later.
Ishow Sunday evening at the Liberty I o
Celebrating the event with a parade Theatre. 10. A. Harvey, .local man.
of their calves down the Main Street ager, stated that the program would be
of the County Seat last Saturday, the an excellent one, the cast of characters
20 niambnrs of. the Lincoln County Xii-'.nr, made
PLAINED IN OPEN LETTER BY ATTORNEY: COURT wTr""Sranwport'
up of talent from Sllotz,
Music by local
ADOPTS BRIDGE RESOLUTION EXPLAINING POSITION.
At a meotlng held In tho County
Court houue Monday afternoon which
was attended by some 50 citizens of
Siletz, th0 Southsido and Toledo, rea
sons why the bond should carry for
the building of "permanent roads," as
designated on the ballots, were told by
the people who have been put to
great hardships because of lack of
bridge facilities in their respective lo
calities. Tho bonds to build, the
bridges will be voted on at the polls
EXPLAINS LAW ON
BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION 'irw
State Law Makes No Provisions For
Bridge Construction; Bal'ots Read:
went heme a happy lot. The forma- According to Mr. Harvey, the young
tf-'n of the Calf Club hero is the result 'lady that is fortunate enough to be
of the cooperativs activities of a lotjchr.sen queen of the Elks Carnival,
of interested femes; a3 was well ex-l.wlll also win a prize of a $5000 auto-
prcssed by the County Agent Satur- mobile. Miss Handsaki has volunteer
NASHVILLE MAN MAY
GET BRIDGE CONTRACT
hen the ca'.f club members with
calves lined up in front of the
Lincoln County B.ink for a picture.
"You see here," said Mr Cooler, "for
the frst time, tho newly organized
Otis Hivmar of Nashville was the
low bidder on the building of a coun
ty wagon bridge across tho Yaquina
river at Pioneer, his bid belli:; $1031.
Thin is a 73 foot span wood bridge.
The Court will not lot tho contract
for this work until after the election
next Friday, as It depends upon
STRONG FOR BOAT
'For Construction of Permanent t i..nin pmintv .lersov Cnlf rih m.
Roads"; Money to Be Expended ,,..,,, -a t.innnU rv,t w..
ling Bridget in pIru parh imMw that
Siletx and Construction of Mew J(.Mnv .,... ho nMn,.rt -it i. i.
Entirely for Rebuildir
Siletz and Construct
Bridge Over Yaquina River.
teresting to note from whence this club
' m came, and who made it possible. In
1922. the first plaee, Boys' and Girls' Club
Toledo. Oreeon Mav 3th
new rriuay wiien me eieciuis ui uu- To tn8 Voters of Lincoln County: Work Is not new, but is an organization
coin county will decide wnether or j hcve been asked to expjain of the bojB and girls, future farmers
not they will be issued. One, a SbJ.WO through the county newupapars cer- of our county, assisted and directed
issue, lor the purpose of reouilding the taln features of the Road Bonding by the U. S. Department of Agrlcul-
bridges tint were washed out latlljaws applicable to the measures to ture. functioning through tho Exten-
fall on the Siletz river. The other, abe BUbmltted to the voters of Lincoln sion Service of the agriculutral col-
$40,000 issue, lor the purpose of con- i County at coming Primary election. leges. The individual clubs as for
Btructing 4 bridge across the .Yaquina
river. The Yaquina river bridge is to
be built in order to give the people of
You will have the opportunity of instance cur Club here, are brought in-
voting for or against two bonding to existance by various forces. You
nrnnnsitlnnfl Ona for the issuance Of una lior tho norinlo vhn hnvo mada
the Southside an outlet to market, ; $6300O and the otner for the 83Uance Possible this club; the Lincoln County
I. .1. 1 .. ....tint ..ah hn(no Kir - 1 . . . ... ' . ' .
or J4U,ow, in Donas or tne county. Jersey Catti.e Club, represented by
In all the proceedings relative to these its president, Mr.' Hulburt who is also
their only outlet now being by boat.
Many hardships are being endured in
ed that if she 1h fortunate enough to whether the people vote the noces-
win the queen contest she will turn
the car into money and donate the en
tire amount to charitable purposes.
Contract Lot for
On Siieiz River
Bridge Will Replace Steel Structure
Washed Out by High Water In That
Section Last Fall.
One of the main Issues to come be
fore the County Court at Its session
here this week was the letting of a
J. W. Parrish Takes Rap at
Chamber of Commerce Offi
cials for Seeming Opposition
to Purchase of Boat.
Claims That Purchase Would
Not Increase Burden of Tax
payer but Would Be Great
Asset for Development.
Port of Toledo, Toledo, Ore., May 10.
To tho Kditor of the
Lincoln County Leader:
On behalf of the Port Commission
of the Port of Toledo I deem it my
duty to correct some of the Incorrect
reportj that ire being and that have
boon circulated in this Port District.
Reports concerning the purchase of
n boat by the Port of Toledo that are
misleading and unfair.
First, 1 with to pay my rejects to
tho Toledo Chamber of Commerce.
Willie I have not read Its constitu
tion and by-laws to know what Its
objects and purposes are, still, from
the name I would presume that its
main objects are first to aid and as
sist in securing and developing com-
Imerce on the Yaquina Bay, and sac
Little Interest in Municipal EleC-'ond. to aid and assist In tho develop
tion; Only 124 Votes Being meIlt, ot ,tlB '"sources .of Lincoln
' n.J. ...... D . County. I have no knowledge that it
Oast; L-lty Will rurcnase Is ow mnking or ever has made an
Highway Right-of-Way. jeffort to get a boat to come to this
i I Port to caiTy the products of the
The voters of Toledo voted Tues-'locnl m'11" to market via water trans-
day for the bonding of the city to por.auon. mere is tins exception.
sury bonds as to whether the county
will have money to carry out the re
building of the bridges in the county.
Water System to
Be Extended Due
to Election Result
- i.i .-i.. i . . -. . . iiiuiu ima wuen v
;".".CI" rM.e,..eo "Icontrmct for the construction of a I tho extent of $2 2JS0O for the DUroose . UUt Patterson .toted that ho
expeuueu nr me cuusiruvuuii ui pur- p r s ana nan oeen.v-.ry active m neip-1 , n , . , , .. , , - , ,, ... . u-ritttm in v iii.r riiami nrinin
manent reads" and no mention of the ing to get the club organized; the Lin- K30-'0"1, Bpa" t8eib"d? t0 ,be con-ot .ex,lund nK a,,d. bfltt?rlen,1 .of 10 Lf f , . 5hh' nl"'
a ai i j BirucLcu over ine oueiz river ueLween waior e sieni niri a so voica ior ine vw., viv-
where. Now It Is a fact that every by Mr. Hartley put on Its program this
cent will be spent in the construction year the organization of two calf
of bridges and this is the only reason clubs; the Extension Service of O. A
that the bonds are to be issued. The C, is represented hero today by Pro
the Siletz valley because of the ack
of blidges. according to several citi
zens of that section who spoke at the
meeting. The only means of trans
portation at the present time across
the river is by boat. Another feature
which makes their isolation almost
unbearablo is the fact that only one
automobile is on this side of the river out an(1 ,jegtroyed by the high water ty Bank has had a big hand in making
la Knitter Maori for tho ImnH.'i... T i . j .t ...
uiiu iitai t insL rtovemoer ana uio Droceeas oi me t n einn nnRRinie &s inrnnirn us nres-1 " . ' . . r ------- - ----- ... ,lf. . . .,
140000 oronosition wll be used onlv ldent Mr Hawkins t financed the tract construction work "will start im- for and against the purchase ot the """' luli ume
iv.uuo proposiuon win pe usea oniy luent, Mr. HaKiu3, n financed tne .. . . , hMo, , , .lo.h, .., ..,, ,, i,iv,, is a valuable asset to t in community
Toledo and the town of Siletz at an issuing of $2600 In bonds to purchase ernniont boat, and which he reported
approximate cost of $17,165. a right-of-way through the city for the,waB too largo to meet our conditions.
Monsen & Trewiolor of Portland state highway. I 'N'ow for example, lot us take the
were the luckv bidJers fnr the con- The vote wns vorv llirht nnlv 113 Roberts saw mill. There is $50,000.00
Donus ore to ue isoiia. me e., is represented nere toaay Dy fro- . , . .r ., - I , . - .. , - .-.. . t'cnnnnn i.,oDh in ti.i. .,!-.,
SfitOflll will he pxnondpil wlinllv In focnr H r tnirmnr tho tato flnh iruciion oi me uriuge, me auoe iiaineo i uanoiH uem casi lor a:iu agaiiisi uie v.
fho TnfT nitlnn ,,fTo "hrtH wnl.iS 7 .SL o'rivio t w Vf , being the amount of their bid. two propositions submitted. Tho vote when operated continuously fur
tho construction of the bridgeswashed Leader, and myself; the Lincoln Coun- ... ... n. . . iL, ' , ,,., ., . niahes a livlnt for at loa.it 100 loirrers
According to the terms of the con- 109 for and 5 against while the totals an(l nw!n. n"ny of them having
portatlon of malic. This car is also
the only means of transportation for
hauling people to and from Siietz, all
other cars and teams being marooned
on the opposite side of the river.
Appeal for Southside.
The farmers on the south side of
the river were present in strength at
the meeting and their appeal for su.
In the construction of a bridge across 'boys and girls, making possible the
the Yaquina River at Toledo. These purchase of these calves. Just behind
propositions are entirely separate and these boys and girls you see their
on separate ballots. Now then why do I parents whose wholesome coopera-
the proceedings state that this money tion is essential to the success of the;
(a n ovnanrlart in riTm a r exrtt fao A tn4 "
to u KAUbs.uvu " umuuv ivau uitijCLL, .. . ... .......
construction end not for bridge con- The calves received by the boys and ;"a?' ?ufe.fV. , T ,, , i W, A lare dalefftlon. representing Ct;"e. T , dor,0 kee'
these mills running. If it is not doing
"iman.R n inn in nnwnnn wnnnRHnnr . . .......
ready for traffic by the latter part ot 74 for and 34 against
August, this year.
- The people of Sileti, according to
statements of citizens of that section,
are practically Bhut off from the out-
Is no provision of the law for th is- ers having been selected by a cam-
that section. The only means
and just so with all ot our manufac
turing plants. And, lf not operated
these plants might just as well not
bn here so far as being of value to
Now I wish, to ask the Chamber of
DOrt in tne DUliaing OI a UriUgO Bui,,n.. Unndl for tho mn.trnntlnn : n.lttoo mnililln r.f Prnfnix.1. V. R
the Yaquina river, in order that they of brldgeg ond ln g mucn ag the Iaw FU.g o 0 A c w s stokei; 0j; present time is by boat
might nave an outlet 10 mamei. auuigtateg that bridges are included in Yaquina, and the County Agent. Most;-r-M enn cninttiTc
nil hi If hlvhix-avo nt ho rilvu oro riiront riocnonrionta IWtl'V 01 UUtllld
also to make their community a more and a part of tne
desirable place in which to live, seem
ed .0 be a just cause for tne expend
ture of the money for building a
bridge and, altUough many spoke of
the disadvantages experienced by the
farmers of the south side, the appeal
of Mrs.;J, W. HarriBon,. plainly, show
ed how" the Southsiders are handicap
ped. 'I understand there is some opposi
tion in certain parts of the county to
spending $40,000 for he building of a
bridge over the Yaquina River,"
Btated Mi's. Harrison. "1 cannot un
derstand," she staged further, "how
any one, knowing the hardships and
handicaps we have endured in order
to get our produce to market and also
to get in touch with the outside
world, can vote against the issueing
of bonds to build this bridge. God
knows we need it and no community
in Lincoln county is more entitled to
a little consideration than we are. The
price of this bridge will not Increase
the taxes enough so that anyone will
notice it while the bul'.ding of the
bridge will be a godsend to every hu
man being that lives on the opposite
side of the river. I have had to buck
the tide in a row boat many times in
order to come to town and purchase
which la also the holding our Supremo of Gold Medal bulls and Gold Medal
court, the only proceedure possible cows, many of them related to a num
is under the law for providing funds
for.i permanent " road construction.
There is no question as to the legality
of this proceeding as it has been pass-
. (Continued on Page Six)
Will Be Held on
Friday, the 19th
Many Important Questions Also
Submitted to Voters Including
Recall of Two Officials and
Voting of Bridge Bonds.
The voters of Lincoln County and
the Sta'e of Ore gon will exercise
their right of suffrage at the polls
ber of the World's champion Jerseys.
Th calves cost from $60 for small
calves to 150 for bred heifers.
The American Jersey Cattle Club of
fers prize money to the amount of
$75 to the first 33 Clubs with a mem
bership of 20, and Immediately fol
lowing the completion of the Club or-
. ., . . , . , nn no in 1 1
transportation across the river at Uieieveninr and attended the meeting of ' I1.8"16" "7 J,uclgoment ' 18 rallm
u xr i..k . Bmin ui us missiou,
111(3 ntrw iui I, Vll. lUUMIljr liuu, jit;-
cording to those who had the pleas
ure of making the trin thev were
MAKING HEADWAY AT 'treated royally by our Newport neigh-
CORVALLIS COLLEGE Following the meeting the vis
. Itors were treated to
U.V " .k. 'J"'" ' ! The delegation made the trip for
ricultura! College, was elected to Slg- h" TLr,.
1 had the pleasure of attending the
npeclal meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce called for the purposa of
discussing the proposition of the Port
hlivlnir a hno.t T flVnnntail tr hnnii a
an excellent falr-and lmpBrtlaj discussion of the
matter and it is putting it mildly
when I say that I was sorely dlsap-
Disappointed, because la
ma Tau, a national honorary engin- ii i k.mo. Z. en ,i, B community where all the people
eering fraternity. Election to Sigma " . ' J .v.! " L .. should work togetlier for the develop.
Tau Is considered the highest honors Ll ltJ. iLnV menl ot 11,8 resources and the upbuild-
'" -!'"" , "--" inK of Lincoln County I found the
the south side people. mooting of the Chamber of Commerce
'Messrs. Chris Larson and Maurice controllod uy BtroK periionai bias.
Andersen of Siletz; W. B. Otan of. w k t the fre, ht rateg
the Southside nnd Mparts. Jord, G. B. ' . ra,, ro 0v,.oa.ivo nnri a
ganization County Agent Cooler wired Requl3ites for membership are schol
the American Jersey Cattle Club that ;ttrghI BOclabllltyi aad practicability,
the Lincoln County Jersey Calf Club For the tnree arg ,hat Mr rj,akaon
had Qualified. It is expected by those i ... j.i i..ri... i.i.
who are interested ln the Club to ex- rariB ,, ,,. mnrn , Bn nop mcuusKey, county juage James, j. barr,r . tlle do,velounient of the
m. ri-b0n i o ,,h. W- "un". I B. Hawkins and P. rred- nntv Bnrt . nll.v -HaI -pmriv fnr
tend the organization until there will .., M
be calf club members in practically ,h' Rt ' ,iv,n frt..rniiv nr.
every community of the County. Any Ing the World War Mr Dk.kson gerV0(,
boy or girl between the ages of 9 and , England wlth the 63Stn Aero s(,uad.
19 who would like to become a call ron, September 18. 1920, he was mar
club member, should write to Mr. L. A. rled ln Portinnd to Miss Helen Ma
Hulbert, Toledo, or to the County tlngon whoge
father owns a largo
Agent. Following is the list of the stock and dalryl farm at Tidewater,
charter metnboi-s of the Club: . ' Oregon.
ouiney rruner oi Yaquina,- preii- Charles Gildersleeve. Toledo, senior
encK wore among me speaKers oi me tllla ,,g wut(JP transportation. The
vismng ueiegation. . : Port of To)edo haa expon(lud approx-
0 imutely $456,000.00 In harbor and chan-
BASEBALL GAME AT !el Improvoments. The Port Initiated
SILETZ NEXT SUNDAY the project for a channel of sixteen
. feet at lower low waiter and 'two
' ' (hundred feet in width on straighta-
The Toledo baseball team will Jour- ways ad two hundred fifty feet on
ney to Siletz next Sunday to cross th0 curves. The War Department En-
dent; Pauline Brlgham of Toledo, in clv engneernB is a member of bats w,th the organization thtre In th ginoers in I'ortlUnd reported ailversoly
secretary; other members are Donald Lambda Phi Lambda, a local honorary jflr!,;i Kame of tlle season. The local , the project on the grounds that there
Stokes, 'William Stokes, Jennette ninooi.ln fKornitv Tr riiM.,r. bnyt as yet have not had an oppor- una not unnuirli commerce on tho river
Stokos, Annabelle Stokes of Yaquina, 8ie0Va .nent his first year of college tunl,y t0 work out due " th wet!to Justify the expemllture. The Port
.iii"-h iinujii. uoraun wiiiiamo, raor- at the University of California before t weainer ana uio game csunnf
Sunday Will be Commission then appealed to
xhe necessities of life and dispose of
whatever products I have 'o soil. On:for the state election next November
most ot these trips I was not physical-' (Besides the choosing of their fav-
ly able to handle the oars but was orito candidates the voters vIIl also
compelled to do so. My experience is j decide the fata of two members of
only one among many. My home is the Oregon State Public Service Corn-
near the edgo of the river, while some mission, petitions naving Deen rnea
decide what particular candidates I deraon, John Bliss, Dorothy Tiijda:;, th9 war Mr Gildersleeve was a first i Py rather than a real compotl- Harbors in Washington, D. 0. The
shfl.ll renresent their l-osnPPtlve nftrtiea1 MiMroH .Tnhn.nn flnrnnpo Pilot rnrl . . ... .tlvo hattlo Viatwoon ho iufi fonma .r f....i- .. i n .1...
-. . ... . .. , -. -i riHHR p aril r an in r no navv no i : ' " 1 ' " . .. " ......
!..... 1 A . ! 1 .. T -...I.- T 1. ..I - .1.1. . I .- 111 1 .1 1.. .
next rrlday, May 19. when they will rls Johnson, Vance Altree, Gerald An- tne recent war with Germany During !nlor of 0 tryout for the prospective Bt arA 0f EnglneL'rs for Rivers
of the farmers are compelled to drive
miles to their boat and then transfer
their produce to the boat, leave their
team, and row to. town.
"I know! that the people of Slleta
are in need of bridges and, although
we of the south side will not reap any
benefits from them, nevertheless I be
lieve they will be to a man for the Si
letz bridge bonds because they know
what it moans to be without a bridge.
If the good people of the county really
knew how sadly we are ln need of this
bridge, I am certain there would not
be a dissenting vote. ' Although, at
my age, I may never expevt to have
use of the new bridge fpr many years,
if it is built, nevertheless we have a
coming generation on the south side
who should certainly not be asked to
endure the hardships that have ben
experienced by the older settlers."
There has been some question a
mong voters as to whether the bonds
it voted would be used for tho actual
huildinf? of bridges, the election no
tices and ballots stating that the bonds
are being issued for the building ot
'.'permanent roads." In answefHo this
misunderstanding Attorney McCluskey
has prepared an open letter to the vo
ters, explaining the Oregon state law,
regarding the building of bridges. His
letter is as follows:
for the recall of Fred A. Williams and
Fred C. Buchtel. Separate ballots will
be used in the case of each of these
men In that the voters of the entire
state will pass on the question of re
calling of Mr. Williams while the
voters west of the Cascade mountains
will act upon the recalling of Mr.
Buchtel. , The petitions filed charge
that these men have failed to perforin
their official duties in regards to les
sening the burdens of the public. On
each ballot reasons for Uie recalling
.and also reasons why the recall should
not be used are explained by both sides
In the controversy. The voters of
Lincoln County will vote on both men.
lAnother proposition that Is creat
ing considerable' interest and that
wilt be decided at the polls next Fri
day Is whether the bridge bonds for
the building of bridges over the Si
I'.'tz river and one over the Yaquina
river will be voted. 1
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to express our heartfelt
thanks to our many friends mid
neighbors for their kind acts and
Commission secured all of the data
Rust, Jesse Martin, Lottie Langhci and now a . member of tlif Sla-ma Gamma The trP wU1 00 mm,B 1,1 nutnmo- that it could and submitted it to the
Harriet Williams of Toledo. L. A. jfraternity biles and It Is expected to Mart from i!oard. A heurln? was had and the
Hulburt of Toledo is club adviser. rrerranro finUhor l. n momhor nffhere about 10 a. m. All prospective project was referred back to the
players snouia get in toucn wan Man-1 Portland office. There it Is being held
COOTER AND SPERLING
Galther is a
ithe Delta Nu fraternity anu a senior
FARM ; .'Miss Thelma Fowler is one of 17
j students at the Institution 16 yoars make the trip,
ager Weeks in order that ho might i abeyance, awaiting the develop-
nave some idea or now ninny win m0nt of onouah commerce on the Ya-
Mr. J. E. Cooter, local county Farm old. Miss Fowler is registered in a
Bureau agent, haa taken a five-year degree course In commerce. Her pic
lease on the John Pennock dairy . farm, ture was In the last Sunday Oregon
I mile north of Toledo, and has se-1 Journal as one of the beauties from
cured as operating partner, ; B. W. Toledo. . .
Speiiln : j lErling Braut.1 Is a member of the
It 1b the Intentions of Messrs. Coot- Kappa Psi fraternity, and Is a Junior
er and Sperling to build op one of tne in, a degree course in pharmacy.
nnest pureDrea uegisterea jersey James iierricK 1s a fresnman ln
dairy herds ln this state.
JOHN PENNOCK TO BUILD
MODERN DAIRY BARN
IMr. John Pennock, whose ranch Is
located 1 mile north of town will
soon start the construction of a large
modern dairy barn, the gravel and
Zadok Thayer Is a freshnlnn regis
tered ln degree course in electrical
'$65,000 LAND DEAL
Word coinos from Nashville, Ore.,
...j . .u "'!'?.. ? " " , to this office staMng mat the alre farm
ri.: . , ."LiL'T".;.":' owner! by Mrs. Trooh of Vancouver growers of this section.
Baseball funs are especially Invited
to make the trip.
MOHAIR BRINGING GOOD
PRICES ON MARKET
the structure is being dumped after
having been shipped from Corvnllls.
The Liberty Theatre In the I. O. O. i
F. building will open for business next
week, according to H. G. Wolf, man-!
ana vv. 11. iiianin oi ftiisnvme, nasi
recently been sold at a consideration ! BLIND
of $66,000. It is understood 'hat the
new operutors will take possession this I
fall. We did not learn who the pur
Word has Just boen received from
tho Pacific Cooperative Wool Growers'
association, which organization has a
big membership among the wool and
mohair growers of Lincoln county, In
dicating that the asHOctutlon has sold
its first consignment of mohair at 75c
per pound for kid hair and 35c for the
nanny and weather hair. These
prices are much better than those re
ceived the nust two years, and will bn
encouraging news to the many mohair .efficiency nnd economy in each depart
ment of my office. 12-lt
(Continued on Page Six)
TO THE CITIZENS
AND ELECTORS OF
As the business of my officq claims
my attention, and I am better able
to serve your interests here, I havu
not seen the majority of people on De
half of my candidacy tor sheriff, so
take this means of soliciting your pa
tronise at the pulls, May 19, 1922.
I nm out for the Job for reason that
I need It and feel If elested on assure
you of a clean and consistent enforce
ment of all laws, with! a practice of
James Walter Hnggard and wife,
blind entertainers nnd muslclnns, en
tertained an audience cf Toledo peop-
ARMY STORE OPENS HERE
1. H. Sroat. traveling auditor for pie at the school gym, Tuesday even-
words of sympathy during the Illness ager. The chairs for the new movie -the United Army Stores, is a business ing. According to those who had the
and death of our daughter and sister, house are now being installed. Mr. '.visitor In the city, and has nrrnngod pleasure ot being present, tho enter
We are also grateful for the beautiful .Wolfe stated that while his show win for the opening of a branch store in talnment wr.s a t rent from start to
floral offerlnra. oe a movie theatre h will omrmro 'thlo nltv nrcnrrtlnff tn bin a Moment, r n s i. Mr. ana MrB. Hoggnra. tnoutn
i'. W. CARSON AND FAMILY. vaudeville shows whenever It Is pos- The store will be opened In tho hotel blind, proved themselves to be talent- This win mnKe i oungaiows, in
12-U-X Bible to date good ones. tuildlng. ed artiBts. 1 now being practically completed.
ON FOUR NEW HOUSES
The contractors are sfartlng the
layliis of foundations on four more
now houses being put up by the Tole
do Development Co., on Run Bottom
and the work will be rushed to com
pletion to accommodate families com
ing into Toledo.