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LN COUNTY LEAD
TOLEDO, LINCOLN COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 22nd, 1922.
MAN DIES FROM
FALL FROM CLIFF
James Anderson of Elk City
Fatally Hurt While Working
at Rock Quarry; Dies in Al
Jair.es S. Anderson was fata!! in
jured Monday afternoon at about 4:3ft
p. m. while working Id the rock quar
ry near Elk City when a slide of rock
and dirt pushed him over an embank
ment 15 feet In height. He fell on the
rooks below breakine his pelvus bone
cud other internal Injuries bcsMes S3V
erai bad brulscu oa his h.:r.d and body.
He was rushed to TuieZ,; wTisre inei.
icalaid relieved his euiforiug uulii the
rtcon train Tuesday rhxn ho was taken
to the hospital at Aiuany. It was
planned to take M:n en to Portland
itui upon unival oi tiia t.&in at Albany
the doctors advised that it was impos
sible for him to aland the trip to Port
land. He died in the Albany hospital
t tt a. m. Wednesday, accord, iik to W.
3. Peck, time keeper at the rock quar
ry, who came through Toledo Wudues
lay evening on li 1b way to Newport.
Mr. Anderson leavM a wife to mourn
hla death, who was with him from tlio
time ot his Injuries to the time the c:id
came. No arrangements have beeni
made as to the funeral, but it is
thonght it will be held in Portland
where relatives reside.
JERSEY CLUBBERS WILL
PICNIC AT HULBURT
Members of the Jersey Cattle Club,
their families, and all other friends of
lh) Jerseys who desire, . will .meet in
picnic style at th0 farm of L. A. Hul
fcurt, Saturday, June the 24th. A very
tmtertainlRg as well as educational
program has been arranged, approp
riate speeches, a big dinner, and some
educational work for calf club mem
bers especially, has been arranged. A
nice show of some of the Toledo Com.
xuunltles' best livestock has been ar
ranged. Mr. Huluurt announces the
picnic will be held rain or shine.
"Special Today Marriage Licenses
$19." This was the sign that greeted
IVyott S. Peck, Jr., of Elk City Tues
day when he timidly made his way to
the court house to get a license which
would entitlo him to make the great
plunge Into the Sea or Matrimony.
1'he clerk had been warned of his ap
proach and the purpose of his visit by
"friend" of the young man. How
ever, Peck was not to bo oat done and
IwMdly opened the door and "plunked"
Jrwn a ten-spot. The license how
ever, was only three dollars.
The bride-to-be is Miss Dorothy El
len Bodlne of Newport, daughter ot
Samuel Bodlne. The ceremony
will bo performed in the First Pres
byterian Church at that place this
Mr. Peck Is time-keeper at the rock
aarry at Elk City. '
BUILDS NEW BULL PEN
The Olalla Bull Association has re
cently completed the building ot a
vpeclal bull pen In which they will
lteep the Association sire, whom i
wvill be remembered is a half brother
of the world's champion cow, a foil
"brother of the recently renowned Hoi
Far, and a cousin of the Gold Medal
ball Rosalre's Olga Lad. It is the In
tention of the owners of this bull to
Wild up as much foundation stock for
Lincoln County as Is possible from
IF COUNTSS LOSES
THEN SHE WINS
News dispatches from the French
capital report that the Countess de
Xfaupas, formerly Consuelo Mor
gan, daughter of Henry Hays Mor
gan, U. S Trade Commissioner to
lielgium and now Consul General
at Brussels, is seeking divorce,, at
' the same time her husband. Count
! lea' Je Maupas Dn Juglari is suing
iorjdivorce.in. the, Pari, courts.
Mr fOUiv fl ,
BIDS CALLED FOR i
BUILDING BIG DAM
A call for bids for the construction I
of a dam across Mill Creek as a part'
of the Toledo water Bystem, appears :
on another page of this issue of the
This dam will replace the one wash. '
ed out by the high water last fall, but !
will be of much larger dimensions, ac- J
cording to the plans and specifications :
submitted to the City Council at Its I
last regular meeting by City Engineer
McMillan, who will inspect all work
during the construction of the dam.
According to Mr. McMillan the dam
will have a capacity of 30,000,000 gal-1
Ions of water when completed.
Products to Bo
Displayed at Fair
Fair Board Holds Meeting!
Thursday Afternoon at Cham
ber Commerce Rooms; Ex-!
pects Support of All Citizens.
A very enthusiastic meeting of
the Lincoln County Fair Board was j
held In the rooms of the Chamber of j
Commerce on Thursday afternoon, ;
June 15th, the superintendents of each j
erhibit being present with the excep-'
tlon of three, the discussion following
predicted a most successful exhibition
of the resources of Lincoln County, the
competition will be especially keen in
the l:ne of cattle, dairy products, veg
etables and fruit, the favorable re
ports from Eddyville being especially
pleusing to the Board.
Creat Inducements are being held
out to the Board for an exhibition ot
the products of Lincoln County at tne
state fair and the board has taken the
matter under advisement. Success for
Lincoln County has been predicted it
they decide favorably.
' The work of the entire Fair Is! be
ing divided and allotted in such a man
ner, that no on a will be over burden
ed to such an extent that they will be
unable to do lull Justice to their de
partment. ' Ayy the board asks ot each
superintendent is, tliat his exhibit be
gathered together and properly crated,
they will see to its delivery and to
Another cattle exhibit building Is
to be added to the group of fair build
ings. The location has been selected
by the committee and Toledo council
so as not to lmenere who me present i
The board expects the enthusiastic
support of every citizen of Lincoln
RADIO ON S. P. TRAIN
SETS NEW RECORD
AH transcontinental radio records
were shattered by the wireless-equipped
Shriner 'rain of twelvo cars car
rying the Syrian Temple delegation
from Cincinnati, Ohio, which was re
cently handled by the Southern . Pa
cific. A long distance receiving rec
ord ot 2000 miles for radiophone was
established, as well as a 3000 mile
record for telegraph reception while
Aerials were constructed eight inch
es above the roof of one of the for
ward cars and were 160 feet in total
length. A rail ground was used. The
receiving equipment included honey
comb colls and a two-step-audio-frequency
The train left Cincinnati in rodlo
touch with both coasts. At Denver,
music programs were copied from the
big radio stations at Pittsburg and
Chicago. At Colorado Springs the
Cincinnati station was heard. The
long distance record was made at
S.nta Barbara when the radio while
the train was in motion picked up
the United States government station
'SS at 'Annapoli3, 3000 miles away.
This Is claimed to bo a record for day
light reception under any conditions
and an astonishing record on two steps
of amplification from a moving train..!
SCHOOL GOOD ONE
Thn n. A. C. Extension Service Sew-
.tnv Q. Vi nrl maoflnv f TnlailA Hn.
i V s :li its, in two day sessions
'each place, was well attended, and
judging from expressions of the lad
!') at'.ep'line wa3 a very enjoyable
and worthwhile session. From thirty
to ioi'ty women attended each session.
Miss Esther Cooley from O. A. C.
(was the Instructor In charge, the gen-
i.ial arrangements for the meeting
having been arranged by Mrs. Mary
Swearlngenj. Project Leader for the
Farm Bureau, and cooperating with
the Grange and other ladies organ
izations of Toledo and vicinity. M1sa
Cooley was asked to come again for
another school this fall.
DEVELOPING IN CALVES 1
According to County Agent Cooler,
the nrp.onf Hrv .noil ip 'ii,Dw f '
cause severe " outbreak of the calf
disease HemDrraclcSeDtieamla! Ai.
ready Mr. Olin and Mr. Franks of SI-
Iletz have lost calves with the disease
but the trouble can be prevented by
vaccination with serum which can be
secured from the Oregon Agricultural
Harding Takes Degree at Princeton
I -fIlf!r&f B V ' 'Here Is a close-up photograph of fjfofc
3 JUti W&f: President Harding as he walked the V-C
I i J 4T i't". Pa,"wy so often trod by President &'
L-j-,, jwfc'" g' Wilson to receive' the degree of
TiOl! t&4 l-l-D. at Princeton University, a ;
' 1 "lJwi:n i ' recognition bestowed upon the head i
VlJJfcOlf EKi ' tn nat'on following th recent "--lsj
lWw A' dedication of the Princeton Mem-
" rvvl Y' rial UaMle Memoria1, M
Tourist Park to
Bo Discussed at
G. of G. Meeting
City Far Behind Other Places inaim" in this county, connected with
p.nu;j;.ff nnrit;nJ' chc: system, tefore Kc-lns to
, .w. - - -'
Open Meeting to
Tuesday, June 27.
The Toledo Chamber of Commerce
regular meeting will be held in the
chamber rooms on next Tuesday
evening, June 27. Thero are several,
that will coma un for discussion, ac -
,' ; n ...,... .ij iWa'.dport will be a pleasant and pros,
cording to O. B. MC.uskoy, president i per0Ug on8- : ,
of the organlgatlon, one of them being , '
.v. v :ui t . .. .,.i, in. Mr. Krautzman, the outgoing editor,
the buildin of a tourist park adjacent ft newgpapor of exper.
to Toledo. This :s eomeinlng that this lence8 and nag many friends over th
city has needed for a considerable J state. He has been bothered with 111
length of time and will be needed) health for some time and will take a
much worse during the summer; rest on that account, but we expect
months of . the future. Practically j to hear of "Ham"' again. From what
every town in the west of any Import-we hear of him, he will not long be
nuce hub a luenun u la&iug, io ui
the auto tourist and Toledo must not,
There will be a musical program and
reireguuieuiB win uj aurveu luuutv
ing the business meeting.
This will be an open meeting and all
,hrt t.a ih. nf (ho mm.
B oi Hie turn-
nt hnnrt ar Invttod to at-
at neart are mvitea to at,
TRAIN LOAD MACHINERY ;Per yard for surfacing and $21 per that thg celebpation follows closely
ARRIVES FOR BIG MILL thousand for Plankln8-, HJS J"d, w.aa on the Shrine convention In San Fran
nnnl,tg rwn bii iTiikk hv . ,,firtif ed check for j .u ki.
Monday night's freight brought In
11 car loads of machinery and equip-
t rn. .1,0 ui miu hoinir ra.
constructed here by the Pacific Spruce
The shipment consisted of four
flat cars loaded with logging trucks,
each car containing five trucks. These
wlll be taken to the logging camp m'a
the Manary Logging company, a sub
gldary company ot the Paciilc Spruce
corporation, located on the Blodgett
timber tract near Waldport.
The shipment also contained three
car loads ot steel rails, two cars of
machinery and ono car containing a
new "donkey" engine from the Wil
lamette Steel works at Portland.
Wednesday evening's freight train
brought in another shipment of four
flat cars loaded with logging trucks
and another new donkey engine. .
FIRE WARDEN ISSUES WARNING
Toledo, Oregon, June 20th, 1921.
To the Citizens of Lincoln County:
The dry season for 1922, Bet in early, and the danger from fire is increas
ing daily. Everyone now has a very fairy idea of the fire laws of Oregon,
and also understand, that these laws ore for the protection of the llfo, and
property of lta citizens and when properly administered aid, and not hinder
development. We ask your co-operation In safeguarding the homos, and
which dates NO fires can legally be
. " ,
P ' P gS Bn C
no other ln"amable material attached,
Person setting them. Application for
Avhoso district you are In, or direct to
W. E. BALL, County Warden.
(Other Newspapers please copy.)
IN CHARGE OF
J. B. Davis and E. C. Wells, form
erly of South Dakota, have purchosed
thA nlnnt flnlt hmrinpaa nf tlia Purffic
Herald, a weekly paper published at
Waldport, from Ham Kaulzman.
Mr. Davis, is fairly well known in'
this section havinit spent considerable!
South Dakota where he engaged in
the newspaper business Ho at one
time owned the Lincoln County Sen
tinel, a newspaper that was once pub-
UVJ 1- mlnn 1U TXTaIIs la A tiro,.
'l, . " j ,
k l .a 1 UOnoUHlTI 1,1 U 11 n 11 u um won via
n.ted with Mr. Davis in his news-
paper work in South Dakota.
we welcome these gentlemen Into
1 business venture In the little city of
uuiu m. euuure uib Cuba, ui ""l""8
away from the smell of printer's Ink.
ACCEPTED BY COUNCIL
, jrTZ wa ,
. r..ii i. niuptln?
"? u. y. -
. v "
Monday evening, for the Improvements
to be made on Fourth street. Mr.
unions Did was 6U ior clearing,
I . ... j - -
iRRiir.Ki p wiTi-milT
CASH, HANGS ABOUT
THE MOVIE LOT8
Los Angeles, Cal. Fatty Arbuckle
Is broke, he admits It. His three
trials took all his money, and not even
motor car nor a house Deiongs 10,1
the comedian now. Hays banned his
pictures. The only money the once Viueen Harriet ; a nose oiiow, an
familiar screen figure has received 'annual regatta In which motor boats,
recently is a check from the Buster, racing shells and other water craft
Keaton studios for the scenario that j will participate; athletic contests in
Fatty wrote. The comedian denied Multnomah FIeldt Portland's natural
that he intended to organtze a com- amphitheatre; florad parade, In which
sany to make pictures In defiance of over 200 gorgeously decorated floats
Hays' edict 1 wl" talte Part? a sporting and tourist
Mennwhlle, he hangs around the ! exposition portraying scenla beauties
studios, watching the work, and at- of the Pacific Northwest and a Civic
taches Bald he is a mere bum, a lotJBand.
... i, ... , f.,0 w,o
started,, os set, without first obtaining
k .i j
Z vy; -"--" James and pleaded guilty to the
or noar, and then at tho risk of thejrllarBe p,a(.e(l aganst him and was
permits can be made to the Warden
the County Warden, at Toledo.
STATE HIGHWAY BOARD
WILL OPEN BIDS ON
SILETZ BRIDGES 28TH
According to a letter received by
Judge James of the Lincoln County
Court from Mr. Kline, secretary ot
the State Highway Commission, bids
for the building of the three bridges
to be constructed over the Siletz river
will be opened by that body In Port
land on June 28.
GRABLE TO SUPERINTEND
POULTRY EXHIBITS AT FAIR
Mr. A. F. Crabie, one of Toledo's
most successful poultrymen. at the ur
gent request of the Fair Board, has
consented to superintend the poultry
displays at the Fair this year. Mr.
Grable urges all poultrymen to begin
planning their exhibit, and will be glad
to have them give him an idea ot the
exhibits they expect to make in ad
vance in order that he may have prop
er arrangements made for the hous
ing facilities which from all lndtcationu
will need to be largely expanded this
Toledo people who would Ulca a lit
tle walk some evening will find a very
interesting sight at the poultrv lnrm of
Mr. Grable which Is located throe
fourths of a mile from Toledo acrosii
the Olalla. Mr. Grable now r.ns 2000
chicks from a week to six week's oid.
and expects to have a thousand hens
hiylng tins fall.
SCHOOL MEETING ELECTS
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
At a meeting of the freeholders ot
school district No. 2, held at the gram
mar school Monday evening, June 19,
for the purpose of solocting two mem
bars to serve on the school board for
the ensuing terms, O. B. McCluukey
was re-elected to serve the three-year
term and C. S. Bateman was re-elect-
ed for one year.
L. M. Starr was retained In the of
Ice ot clerk.
Consolidation ot districts was dis
cussed at the meeting and reports
from other parts of the state wer
read showing the excellent results ob
tained throutrh consolidation of dig-
No definite action was taken
APRON SALE CLEARS
. i iddidv nc nrDTe
An apron Baj8 neld.by the ladles'
civic club of Toledo at the Chamber
of Commerce rooms on Wednesday
netted the neat sum of $40.16, accord
ing to the report of the press commit
tee. This money will be used to clean
up the Indebtedness on the book cases
for the public library. A total of 29
aprons were sold and ice cream, cake
,na coffee, $15.95.
Now Being Held
At Rose City
,, Clnrat D-.. AI!II rtn
nnuai riorai rageani vviii yui-
sxnp aii rast rtecoras; many
New Features Added to Show.
The Fifteenth Annual Rose Festi-
y "d Fwral Pageant is being nem
m roruano, uregon, june mi io
... '. . ' . . . , .,
inclusive, ana is expeciea to ureas an
prevloug reCordB in point of attend-
'This lollof la hnanfl nn (hn fnpt
Clouu U11U mail I'l ilia tloiliiik uuuiot
twill return to their homes by way of
the "Hose City. Sipecial) reduced
rates nave Doen announrea ay me
Southern Pacific for those who wish
.to attend this event
Features of the festival will be the
larrlval of th9 Princess down the
1 beautiful Willamette River accompan-
'impressive coronation ceremony of
inree entire diocks in tne nearc 01
Portland have been transformed into
a beautiful garden elaborately decor
ated with clusters and strings of rich
ly colored electric lights. Approxi
mately. $10,000 will be awarded in
prizes to winners In the various con
tests. SHERIFF ROUNDS UP
. "MOONSHINE STILL
Robt, Schaffer, living on the Smous
ranch, 1 miles west of town, was
taken into custody by Deputy Sheriff
Tad Mi'Klwain Saturday afternoon fol
lowing the finding of a "Moonshine"
still on his place. A barrel of "liiaah''
nd other evidence was produced as
evmeiice. tie was wKon oerore juag
fined Jno and costs, which he paid.
inu vvuatuuKtuu ut emeiB wub hibu
placed under arrest Saturday by Dep
uty Mi'lllwain for partaking too heavy
of the "firewater." He was fined $100
for his "little spree."
AT ST. HELENS
Refuse to Wear Boxing Gloves
and Fans Given "Treat" of By
Gone Days of Bare Fists:
Bout Ends Suddenly.
St. Helena. Or.. .Iiinn 90 I. Wnff.
miller, deputy city marshal and traf
fic officer of St. Helmm. nnrt V. If. Hour.
ey Harrison, prominent groceryman of
this city,, tonight battled for 11 gory
minutes with bare fists in the play
shed of the McBrlde public school in
west St. Helens before a crowd of 200
men, women and children.
I Ti.p fiH,t wi,!,.!, wn roferoed by
George Potter. St. Helens city marshal,
ended suddenly when S. C. Morton, ex
mayor and editor of the St. He'.ens
Mist, npponring upon the scene and de
manded that Marshal Potter order the
The fight wes the culmination of bad
blood between the two principals,
which became aggravated this morning
when Harrison was haled before the
city recorder upon complaint of Hoff
miller, who objected to the temporary
license which Harrison was carrying
upon his automobile delivsry truck.
. News of Tilt Spreads
Ne"? of the proposed meeting soon
spread over the town and so tonight
when the combatants arrived at the
school house all the fight fans and
snortlngly inclined population of St,
Helens were present.
From a spectator's standpoint the
fight was ndjudged a humdinger, but
many others tonight were loud In their
'condemnation of the affair, declaring
:lt to be a disgrace to St. Helens.
I Mayor Ballagh was much Incensed
when notified of the afialr, and said
that he would act tomorrow to remove
both Hoffmlller and Potter.
CITY TO FURNISH
I WATER FOR SHOWERS
Miss Rnra Crahen appeared before
the Counrll at Its regular meoting
', Monday evening and asked the co
'opflratlon 1 of the . city in .Installing
shower baths for children and others
who take swims In the bay. The Clti
dads gave assurance they would fur
nish the water free of charge and co
operate in the Installation of the show
er baths. It Is planned to build the
bath house near the end of the foot
.bridge crossing the bay, according to
ui.. n I.
Many children take dally swims tn
the salty waters ot the bay and a few
public spirited women of the town
have taken It upon them selves to see
that shower boths be provldod for the
convenience ot the bathers.
OLCOTT OUSTS ANOTHER
KU KLUX KLAN MEMBER
Salem, Or., June 19. Removal of
Dr. C. Ellsworth of Pendletoni said
to be an acknowledged member of
the Ku Klux Klan, from the state
board of chiropractic examiners tor
the good of the service," was announc
ed by Governor Olcott this morning.
Dr. T. Brown of The Dalles, Is an
nounced as the appointee to fill the
vacancy causad by the removal of Dr.
120-MILE WALK TO
Mrs. Emma Hltchings and Miss Li
lian Dixon left Toledo last Friday for
Forest Grove, Oregon, to attend the
funeral services of their brother, Levi
Dixon, who was killed in action in
France during the late war and whose
body has just returned from Overseas.
Mrs. Hltchings and Miss Dixon "hik
ed' the entire distance, which Is said
to be approximately 120 miles. Thoy
expect to return by the sutne method
ONE SAID, "I CANT
t-ET GEORGE , DO
IT" GEORGE DID.
AND GOT THE,:
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