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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUN29$C
WILL HANG FOR
Jury Brings in Verdict of "Guilty
of First Degree Murder After
Deliberating for 59 Minutes;
Mother and Sweetheart Col
lapse. Oregon City, Or,. July 1. "Oulty of
murder in the first degreo" was the
verdict brought again3t Russell Hecker
here today. After deliberates for 69
minutes the Jury which was trying him
.... u, oJW.or, run- roCeived their purebred calves and the
Lfll!imU!,iCia.n,e.tUrne.d.a ve.rdl-t up- County Club Leader has some tin
holding the indio ment for the crime m0re applications for calve.i. It is
committed at Clcccamas station Easter expected that by the middle of .Tu.y
it a' .v. . ,t , .. ' another carload of calves will be
Under the ve.-dict Hecker must be needed. Yachats is the latest com
sentenced te hang. munll to add a unlt cub Mr Pau,
Hecker. standing before the bench WflllamBon actlng ag tholr loca,
to hear the verdict, sank into a chair. ,eaaer. They exlect t0 nave a mem.
For a inomnnt. he sat a a If stunned, berihlp of at least 10 by the middle
then slowly let his hoad sink Into his o( jttZ
hands. But he did not cry. Down-1 0
stairs his mother, whose face had
grown more haggard as the trial pro- I !nA.L HAiiht
gieBsed, went into hysterics. Her!
shrieks, which filled the courthouse. !
did not stop until a physician was
called. Almost unconscious, the wo
man was removed to a hotel room,
where she received immediate medi
Sweetheart Is Overcome.
Nellie Lainhart, Becker's sweet-,
heart, shrieked with uriet upon beini. j
lniormea or tne verdict. Later, in the t ... " . ,
sheriff s office, she lay despondent in Communities to Be Given Pref
the arms of the 24-year-old youth whoj erence Which Have Not Been
next Wednesday will bear from Trial 1
Judge Campbeil the sentence for his '
crime for which he was convicted byj
xne jury witnout recommendation.
Hecker's father, who had set at the
boys side during the entire trial, the T. B. testing for the year In Lin
was s unned by the verdict. For a coin CoUnty will begin August 1st.
instant, his face blanched, but with a with Doctor E. R. Derflinger In charge.
et expression he. turned and laid his As hag been the p)an durlns the pagt
iand upon his sons shoulder three years communlcitles wlU be
The defense Immediately will movo gven preference which have not been
for a new trial, Thomas Ryan, one of terted heretofore. Communities
the attorneys stated. A. two-week In- mUst make preparations for the test
terval for the perfection of the nee- lng work previous to the arrival of the
essary legal detail has been allowed te8ter. A .list, should be circulated
B. W. WUson Is
V 111IC riSnillH
While Attempting to Land Trout
At Hunters Creek Revolver
Discharges Killing Him In-
Marshfleld, Or., July 3. The bedy'
of B. W. Wilson of Corvallis was1 At least one class of taxpayers will
brought to Marshfleld today from Gold have a concrete demonstration of the
Beach. Wilson, who was auditing the tax reduction promised by the admin
Curry county books for tho county istratlon, according to Clyde G. Hunt
court, met death when pistol he ley, Collector of Internal revenue,
carried was cccidentally discharged. "For several years," said Mr. Hunt-
With District Attorney Stearns he iey, "there has been an annual special
was at Hunters Creek on a fishing tax of $10 upon all motor pleasure
trip. Wilson had hooked a trout and boats of not over five net tons, and a
Jeaned over to land the flsh In his net heavier tax upon boats of greater ton
A revolver he carried fell from his belt nage, but commencing July 1, this tax
struck on the ground and v?as dis- will not apply to boats except those
charged. The bullet struck him on 0f more than five net tons and 32 feet
the chin and went through his head, in lenbth."
killing him instantly. ( Mogt 0f these taxes paid in this state
The victim of the accldten Is a son have been on boats of less than five
of Judge J. O. Wilson, of Bentou net tons, and their owners will now be
co"nty- , relieved of the 10 tax. There are only
Mr. Wilson was also known here, a few motor driven pleasure boats la.
havlns made regular trip) to the Lin- Oregon that will now be subject to the
coin County Court for auditing pur- tax, and their owners must, of course,
poses on the county books. . make return and pay the tax.
, . 0 Collector Huntley states that several
WHILE AT IT, CAN A hundred Oregonlans will be relieved of
LITTLE FOR CHARITY the 10 tox burden, and also that the
( owners of work and fishing boats of
The Parific Coast Rescue and Pro-:not more than flve net tons- who bave
tbctive Society kindly asks Its friends heretofore been Mnulred to make re
to remember the -rlrls mothers and ,urns and secure exempt cards will no
babies whn.n canning. The Society . longer be put to that trouble,
on an average, provides for fifty 0 1
l. 8teT.e1nt5,-fIve1 babies and a staff MOONSHINE KILLS
v. viii.Lj'ijTD iTuiacia huu uiieuuams
dally In the Louise Home and Alber
tina Kerr Nursery Home. There un
fortunate girls and babies come from
almost every county in the Btote. Any :
one wishing to donate canned fruit
or vegetables please communicate ;
wun ine general orrice, is Kurnalde
Street, Portland, so that Jars may be
8hlpp?d prepaid . The socloty wll also
pay the freight charges for their re
turn. "SONNY" RESCUES CHILD
Lieutenant Patterson was down at
the swlmmln' hole the other day
watching the kiddies as they paddled
in the waters of the bay. He was sud-
SSfiT-Jh?"!".!-'i11! '? -
lng ln the direction from whero tho
.tn. Aftm. V. n ....... n 1 1 . .T n 1. 1 , T
WCO UI1UO, HO Mil U JULIO U1UDQ Iltlild
,iv , int ..Dot" i.ji i",
sink out of sight. Pat immediately
ZrXi:2Jl&-i Mllfln" wlikh, wl'h its 718.000
Iho ? .unainS on tt hL S ' inhabitants, hid at the end of 1920 only
tathl sult sot into the ke0Ut 16'0C0 telePhonM- or
r.J . .. ... nnHfld to be about 4.000 nnfllln.l in.
mat Kia, tsonny, can swim like a
tluck," stated Mr. PaUerson. "And 1
knew there was nothing to worry a-
nout when he took to the water, so 1
Just put my coat back on and watched
tho kid do the stunt."
ASTHROTH TO DEVELOP I
Mr. Asthroth, field man fori the
Imnnan Incnu Haiti. Pink mill '' -
niu.i iuiu v, . of j vnt-hig viuu, TT 1 1 1 Tin
ilt Lincoln County on Saturday. July
29th, at which time assisted by the
. Lincoln County Jersey Cattle Club
- Mr. Asthroth will outline the plans ot
the National Club end present the
I possibilities before the Jersey breed
ler. The details for the big meeting
have not yet been announced but wiil
likely Innlude a big day meeting, also
featuring a number of reels of motion
; pictures and the showing of the like
ness of the world's best Jerseys. The
meeting will be held at Toledo.
CALF CLUB PROJECT
The Calf Club project is progress
trtw nlnalv 04 matnViaiia alpanilw Kamim
I II I!! I I I 1111 31 IV
LIHUU I II UUUIIU
Cows to Be T, B,
Tested August I
Tested Heretofore; Burnt
Woods Community First.
Definite word has been received
rw.. i .i i,n,i,. ,h.
getting the agreement ot al'. farmers
-wanting testing done that the. herds
will be kept in readiness and' that
some one In the community will , as
sist in guiding the tester from farm
to farm and having the Individual
farmers advised when the veterinar
ian will be there so as to avoid all
possible delay. The Burnt Woods
community is the first community to
make application 'or testing this
year, and will be served first. Com-
munlties desiring testing done shoula
communicate wit hthe County Agent.
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,TAX TAKEN FROM
1 - PI FAfillBP BOATS
FATHER OF NINE
McMlnnville, July 1. Paralyzed by
moonshine whiskey, Andrew Hotter,
49, widower with nine children, died at
his home two miles north of Grand
The whiskey was given the unfortu
nate man by Leonard Armstrong, 22,
and Sam Countryman. 17, who assert
ed they had obtained It from James
Sheriff Ferguson and Coroner Macy
are investigating the case. Country
man and Armstrong have been Jailed
as state witnesses. Portland News.
ITALY FAR BEHIND DEMAND
FOR TELEPHONE FACILITIES
-T , , . , . . ,
IJow little the telephone Is usel in
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,r .7 . ,
P'1"01"1 for folfIPho" fervice' 0?"
,25, pf C6nt, ' thto,X mbe'
telephones in operation, and ma.y ot
lSJ?00 b 1,CU beld "P
State Ticket Is
AfAl4AM TT I. Ai .
" luuso, jr., is ncsen
onairman ot ocaie uenxrai
Committeo Over Candidate i
Given Support of K. K. K.
Portland. Sunpport of the repubii-
can ticket from top to bottom and a
determination to tr'umph in tho iten-
eral election In Novrnnhn.- u.-i tho
main idea expressad by the republl-
can state committee, which organized
,wl:h Walter L. Tooze, Jr.. of McMlnn-
ivil.s, as chairman. A. H. Lea., who
'i . ., ... "...
"M '?King ot me kiux Kian.
, received e!x votes to the 30 received
by Tooze, two of the Lea votes being
j cast by A. A. Bailey, committeeman
from Multnomah who also held an out-
authorized the executive committee to
CO (nAFinD ttn ft Trw th Tivat t i rv A It
years every couniy 'was represented, state win De present at tnis meeting. ijuat Ooserta and that will be h
The commltwe . pledged ltsolf unar It Is probable that Mr. Williams i Yanuina Bay News
qulvocally to the republican ticket and' wi:i ma'v a survey of the Coyote s't-l p
It was a regular old-time republican uation, first using traps. The De
investigate the abuses of th edlrect partment finds trapping the coyote to
primary law with the ultimate object be very successful and comparative
of preserving representative govern- ly simple whnre the trapper under
ment and recognize party organlza- stands the habits of this wily animal,
tlon. . An attractive scent Is used to lure
I The election of Tooze came after
(several days of campaigning. The
Klan was anxious to obtjln control of County has been successfully put
the state committee, but In view of over In Coos Couniy. and as the con
the attitude of thai omniaatlou ditlsns there are slmller, we look for
against Ben W. Olcott, ' republican like results. The Government hunt
nominae for governor, an overwhelm- ers made 'heir first Btart on the goat
ing number of the state committeemen range of Nash Brothers, of Nashvl"e.
decided to play safe and see that the o
party organization would suppor. the
ticket and not place the machinery in
the hands of men who might decline to
function lcte?; Oregon City - Enter
prise. FOREST FIRES ARE
CAUSING GREAT LOSS
IN OREGON FORESTS
(Conference With California
Portland, July l -The forest fire j Counties at Tillamook Ex-
situation is critical over most of the1 L
Pacific Coast, according to bulletins ' pected to act as Accelorator
received today by the Western Forest-; In Developing Project.
ry & Conservation Association, fhe't"'. y -
clearing house for alt Westera prate
Itlve agencies. While high mountain
regions have the advantage of 1 late
snow disappearance this spring, May
and June were abnormally dry and
woods conditions have reached a dan-
ger point earlier than usual; Already
slashing fires have caused heavy loss-
es. TInlesi mln f&l in a. few rtava had
! fires in green timber are exvected and
should there be wind the situation may
get beyond control. Appeals are be-
;f. -J .i. " ' -A
to use extraordinary precaution with tied up, to some extent, says tne
campflrea,, matches and tobacco, 'and Portland Oregonian.
to refrain" from burning slashings.' The The directors of the Roosevelt as
fire laws are being enforced Tigldly, soclation, whe have resided ln the
nine convictions having already been coast counties for a number of years
secured.' ' ,nd been prominently identified with
i e " '. their development, realize that this de-
mi v rrtiiDTU Dlecre jvolopment, realize that this develop-
JULY FOURTH PASSES ment must come about by building a
. QUIETLY IN TOLEDO highway from north to south. The na-
' .tural lay of the coast country calls for
With no community program be-
ing held ln Toledo on July 4th, people
of this city were mostly outbound,
Many spent the day at Newport where
an extensive program was held, going
by train, auto and boat. Fishing and
picnic parties were quite popular also,
Automobile parties left Toledo as early
as Sunday hunting shady Bpots along
creeks, woods and mountains.
NOTICE TO HOUSEWIVE8
FOR SALE Candle select eggs from
the Olalla Poultry farm are being
handled by the Gildersleeve Cro-
eery. This - guarantees you a 100
per cent perfect product. Call for,
them when orderlsg. 20-4t
Tt OUT TOAM lQO.f PER
MOvi&N , to .P ViK as Avrr
BELOMQlWf "K OS, 9lEMaE RUM
U V4 VIE DOUT KEEB. fER
TH' DERM STUFF BUT V4E GOT
WKnJE W f KEEP TVWS
GREAT FMAU-W JOUPViM.
MEMtVOU IAH MAVtAE
a. n fti i- n a.
uoai rtange ot ivasn ores, at
NasnVllie to D9 &cene OT first
Activities ' Against Preying
r Predatory animal hunters. Williams
and Jackson, arrived In Lincoln County
July ,Vd. and immediately be-an DreD.
uratlnna fnr n lntonivo wn wonlr'a
campaign aimed particularly at the!
eradication of the coyotes. The gov " Jn "er menus w no are
ernment hunters, In cooperation with"ow Je8'ln 'h c w,h08a ouilder
the Coyote Club, and County Agent,' mfer ! ?od: fr from sorrnw
.. . . . ... 'and naln nnd rtrnth "Whprn rnmrrn.
expect to maKe a careiui survey oi me
predatory animal situation in the
county and later at a big meeting of
all parties Interested at EddyvtKe,
July 14th, expect to recommend a cam-
'paln to ho followed during the ro
malnder of the year Mr. Jewett, head
rf tt UFailntnliv A nimbi wnntr fnwt I it A
. ' ""
the coyote Into the trap. A campaign
similar to that planned for Lincoln
By Backers of the
' TlHawoo;- Or.,- July !-( Special.)
"Open Oregon's Front Door," Is the
' slogan of the Roosevelt Memorial
Coast Highway association, which Is
an association of the seven Oregon
coast counties, co-operating one with
the other for the upbuilding of a coast
highway, something that has been
greatly needed for a number of years
tor the development of this most In-
teresting part of western Oregon. The 1
alogan naturally Infers that the coast
,,nti. n n .h.. .nri hnt. I
a road to be built ln that direction
tor the same reason that the principal
highways through the Willnmette va
ley are from north to south,
Association It Organized,
The firm conviction that to deve'.op
this most productive section of Oregon
a coast highway would have to be
lount led to organization or tne noose
ivelt Memorial Coast Highway asso
vittiiuu. lue uireuiurs nro o.
ml... Jl . n
Jones, Newport, president; Fred C
T1 . mMI.-;. . .. T.l.
leaner, i iiiaiuiuuii, BVwruiMrjr , uuiiu ..... .."ji u . . . 0 - -
Kendall, Coos, treasuror; A. W. Nor- the California legislative committee
bUwL- Clatsop; Geo. Dickinson. Lin-1 looking Into agricultural college work
coin; W. J. Kyle, Lane; Fred Afsen-lto be one of O. A. C.'s most dlBtin-
heimer, Douglas; B. K. Lawson, Surry, gulshed qualities. Farmers have gone
. The seven northern coast counties, the plan then in use one better re-
of California now want to co-operate cently by visiting the station in large
with the seven Orexon counties, foriooaies, seeing ior inemseives juhi.
the purpose of extending the const
i highway through what is now known
'as the Redwood highway In California,
and with that object in view W. L.
! Miller of Eureka, president of the Cal
, ifornla association, Invited the Oregon
(association to meet et Cresont City,
July 10. The invitation was accepted
and the state highway commission and
a large number of prominent citizens
have promised to attend. The Marsh-
field rhambor of commerce has kindly
'offered to provide autos from Coos
jBay to Creaent City and return, loav
, Ing Bandon on the morning of July 8,
getting tnrougn 10 ureseni uiy in one
In 1919 B. F. Jones, representing
Lincoln county ln the lower house of ,d 1 to 5 an acre annually for three
the state ' legislature, went to Salemyears Usht application; alfalfa on
. ... ... . : A., i r . . "w. inM.
iior tne cnier purpose or trying to get
state and government aid to build a
.highway along the Oregon coast. Hav-
ing In mind that there would probably
i be a highway bill appropriating $10,-
000,000 for a road building programme
ln Oregon. Mr. Jones strongly favored
j Fearing that his bill for ano'her S2,
500,000 would have hard sledding he
kopt his pet measure In his pocket,
never mentioning it to any one until
the day tho legislature convened.
I When the Roosevelt highway bill was
Introduced, as Mr. Jones expected, the
committee on roads and htchwavs
'Jumped all over It, contending that It
would be the means of killing the big
!bfll for the general road programme,
After a week's parleying Mr. Jones
i Continued on Page Six.
DIES AT SILETZ
pied at the home ot her parents,
Vr nnri Mra hlart ITvana Tcvannnfta
June 29th, 1922, tiged 21 years. She
j was educated at the government school
at Slletz and also at Chemawa. She
had many accomplishments and was
I the Idol of tha family. The funeral
was conducted by the Rev. C. W.
, ! Pogue, pastor of the M. E. Church. The
fulleral wag largely aUended by the
friends of the deceased. The casket
wa" covered with many beautiful
floral offerings. The Interment took
place in the Upper Farm cemetery lo-
! f1?4 ,on the .bnnk ? the .be?.ut,,ul Sl;
,r Yer' , ler8 ,lno "PP"n ana
il,1E'llnS of the waters as it passed on
10 niii.gio Willi tno waters ot trie great
So did the sp r t of Jeannette
- 1" " r " r; v; " "
have no end."
F. M. CARTER.
Funny isn't It? that some men are
an nvprln at Inert v law that thnli. .t- i . n
, have to go to Church for them. Well
. . ...
imayoe arter awmie they ll get their
Have Good Word
City of Toledo
cation even without the special added
Ex Dress View That ThU Com. attraction of this picnic, we are sure
mnr!it l ftri OtLI Af Prlt that vlaltor t0 the 1922 annua
munity Is On Verge Of Great .ffar wla ba more than satisfied.
Forward Movement For De- .... How to Get There,
velopment Of Resources. I T1,8 Yachats may be reached by
I train via Corvallis to Yaqulna, thence
J. H. Bagley, manager of the branch j taking the auto stage line south
office of tho American Central Life In- i through Waldport to the Yachats. Or
surance Co. of Indianapolis, Ind., atfor tne autoUt, two routes are avail
Portland, Ore., and S. C. Burtrum, obIe- tne Corvallis-Newport Highway
agency supervisor of the same firm, tnen ferrying the Yaqulna and Alsea
wore business visitors in Toledo the 005,8 driving on the beaches between
fee part of the week. While here tnem 0r tlle Coivallls-Alsea and
they called at the Leader office. In Waldport Highway to Whldport thence
speaking of Toledo and Lincoln county , B0Uth to Yachats on the beach. These
Mr. Eartrum had the following to say: roads ,e perfectjy safe although on
"I was certainly surprised on ar-; account of construction are somewhat
riving here to find the wonderful spirit rouB1'. and. the autolBt should not at
of optimism that seems to. prevail )emDt Peedy schedule. Also In drlv
among all the people of Toledo. In !nR tne Reaches, tide tables should be
fact. I have traveled all over the state I consulted In- order that the beaches
in the past few months and I find that j mav be travellod at near low tide.
the people here are far ahead of anyj
other locality in regards to optimism.
"As I see It Lincoln county Is on the '
verge of blooming out Into a great
productive section ot a boom, which
is disastrous in most cases, but a
"""f 8" " F?", "
bJund to BPe "uccess in the end. You
have a grat timber resources that
steady growth of prosperity that Is
will soon be commercialized through I
the operation of the giant mill being !
reconstructed by the Pacific. Spruce
rWnnrnflnn nnd nther amnllpr mill In
corporation and other smaller mills In
this vicinity; four farmers are learn
ing the value of the dairy cow and the
raising of berry crops for which this
county has few equas, I understand.
Those of you who are here on the
ground floor are indeed fortunate as
tho future certainly looks bright for "rates of the Pacific Telephone & Tele
Toledo and Lincoln County." graph company In effect prior to Feb-
o Iruary 28, 1921, by confessing Jujdgment
ln the case brought In the Multnomau
OREGON FARMERS "CUT IN" county circuit court by Robert O.
ON STATION EXPERIMENTS J?uncon. Jolln F. Risley and Dora
IUN tAftKllVltW I O Snreve( to have tne order r tne old
. . . .,. r. ... commission authorizing an Increase ln
lStl A the charge" et "Ide8was attemptei
to Get Science Findings Into Action througn a re80lution Introduced by T.
On Farm. M. Kerrigan, recal member of the corn-
Quick action In getting results of ex- P1'"1"11', at.Bn ecutlve session of the
perlment station Investigations into
ontln- nn Droirnn firm. 1 anM hv
what finHw. oro rf vaiun nnrt Annlic.
able to their conditions, and going ,olu',on' , ,
home with the dope ln their pockets I 7116 resolution as submitted by Mr.
for use possibly the next day or that . Kerrigan apparently was Intended as
evening. Can you beat It? 8hort cut to the reduction of tele-
The shrewdest of those farmers say Phne rates ln Oregon, and If approved,
that In one day they learn some probably will have the effect of throw,
things of great value that they 'have ,nK the entire telephone rate contro
tried many years of actual farming to versy in the courts for final dotermlna.
Dick ud without success. Among some t'on-
score of thlnirs listed as hlchlv usetui I
Information .the following are fre
By simply rotating crops grain,
corn and clover, say net profits were
incrensed by 8.2S per acre annually
ln rainfall farming and $14.09 ln Ir
rigation farming; farm manure real I z
an average of 4? tons per acre an
nually over periods of 7 to 10 years
a most profitable forage crop the
beBt kinds of wheat to grow In each
community to make production and
marketing best; white lands can be
tlie drained and made to grow motx
than 2 tons of clover hay per acre; th
now college-bred vetch will succeed
on many soils too wet for the common
kinds; sheep are most economically
kept on western Oregon farms by a
combination of native and cultivated
pastures rape and clover bolng two
good cultivated pastures; hogs can be
profitably grown only for home mar-
kt: Oregon grown clover seed Is
much the best for Oregon; clover and
alfalfa may be protected largely from
'stem rot ny clipping or pasturing be-
BUREAU TO HOLD
Elaborate Program Outlii.es for
Entertainment of Visitors; 01
cott and Pierce to Be Speak
ers. The Annual Yachats Farm Bureau
Picnic will be held this year on July
21st and 22nd. Profiting by their ex.
j everything e se Is riJht hS S
'fides fin Sif mornhfi nln L T
' uues in me morning and evenine. a
flne hard beach avaiiah: for ffm.
to and from Yachats from Wald-
port, this giving also two times a day
during which the vurie.ua games can
be played and at which time the va-
rotlnna. fun Atr nlam. .
out onto the rocks for fishing, crabb-
mg, or ror rock oysters, big free bar-
becue dinners, clam bakes, bonfire
parties on the beach, races, contests,
music, and even motion picture shows
right out In Nature's gallery under the
1 Bprucea, are some of the features
j planned. President Geo. A. Mansfield
will be present, as will also Governor
Ben W. O'.cott, and Democratic aspir
ant, Mr. Pierce. Wo could mention a
lot ot the Individual attractions Includ
ing a special treat of "mountain goat"
which we are sure you will enjoy.
When it is considered that Yachats Is
most wonderful place to spend a va-
Cut Is Asked by
Public Service Bodv Starts Ae-
i .. . w
xion in state courts to Quash
Former Order Given For In
crease In Charges.
Salem, June 28. Restoration of the
'"""BU"y- ' . '.
T116 rBSOlUtiOn CBme 88 a Complete
, , -. ,
urril,e H. H. Corey and Nowton
McCoy, other members of the commls.
'lon and galled for want of
f,"c0- "VJ?1,'., M.r-,M-
Coy said they desired additional time
S'" '.f' but
ing that he could not approve the res-
The resolution directed that I. H
Van Winkle, attorney-general, shall
withdraw the answer of the former
commission to the suit filed by Mr.
Duncan and that all allegations con
tained in the Duncan complaint be ad
mitted. This withdrawal, It was said,
would allow the Duncan suit to prevail
by dofautt and would lie equivalent to
confessing Judgment. Although refus
ing to discuss the resolution, Mr. Ker
rigan Intimated that It was possible
that the telephone company would get
WEATHER REPORT FOR
TOLEDO; MONTH OF JUNE
Temperature, Toledo Station;
Mean max., 71.06.
Mean min., 46.6.
'Max., 82, date 30th.
Min., 38, date, 17th.
Greatest In 24 hours, .08. date 9th.
No. of days with more than .01, 1,
Part Cloudy, 10.
Cloudy. 7. ,
HENRY CAMPBELL. Observe".