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DATES ARE CHANGED FOR SOLDIER ENCAMPMENT LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 5th, 1922. Lieut. II. W. Johnson, comniunJer of the local National Guard, is in re ceipt of a teleRram from stale heart quarters et Salem staging thai the dates for the encampment have been changed front July to June 15th to 29th inclusive. The encampment this year Is to be held at Fort Wlorden in the Tuget Sound country. CITIZENS MILITARY TRAINING CAMP, 96TH DIVISION The CItteens Military Training camp for the State of Oregon will be held at Camp Lewis from July 27th to August 25th. iNo particular educational qualifi cations are required and the object will be to give young men of the 9th corps area, athletic coaching and mil itary training: There' are three courses, the red course will be for the development of recruits from 17 to 25 years of nge. The White course will be for this9 with prior military experience from 18 to 26 years of age, and the Blue course for former non-commissioned officers, from 19 to 27 years of ime; provided however that those with prior milllary training especjn'.ly vet erans of the world war mav take either course up to the ago of 35. Transportation and subsisting s will re provided, von v.lll be undei m ob ligation to enlict In any pert ,..f this r. gular rrn y, natirnal Eintrd :-r re iserva cops' get your application in ariy as uly 1000 can be rsicl fur Apply tn Chief of Staff, rooi.i "'. .3 I'nsif Office Bldg., Portland, or Lieut. V. K Patterson, box 4.16, Toledo, .lr.. lor infonitotion and nnnlicati.i.i t '.nk. Take jour summer vacation at the fiP' uau of Uncle Sam. o WEATHER REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL 8he attended the institute. William Ktrrel of Oni passed thru our vicinity on hU way to Toledo Monday. Henry Rhoades and daughters, AI. pha and Hilda, went over to Teel Creek Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kohler and daugli t?r, Mary, and son, Charley, were guests at the Peterson home Sunday. G. E. Lewis made a business trip to D. C. Grays of Ona Tuesday. Y '1 Rhoades and Will Smith went to Newport Tuesday returning Wed nesday. SHE BUkNS MONEY ON CLOTHES 9' v ' ,: ;lfi' mm Temperature. Mean maximum, 54.6; moan mini mum, 34 lt; moan, 45.3S; maximum, 25th, 72; iuiuiuiu.ii, liili. und 23rd, 30; greatest daily rautij, SS. I'ruoipiution. Total, 6.75 indies;, greatest In 24 hours, 1.05 ou April 11; number ot days with .01 Inch or more precipita tion, 17; clear, 7; partly cloudy, 3; cloudy, 20. Date of killing frost, 17th. Hail dates, 10th, 11th, 14th. HENRY CAMPBEL, Observer. ! MARRIAGE LICENSES License to wed were Issued at the county clerk's office Saturday, April 29, to Captain George May of Astoria, Oregon, and Miss Clara Everson of Wbldport. The newlyweds will make their home in Astoria. f I HON. W. C. HAWLEY Republican Candidate for Re-Nomination to Congress. P&t 111 "No Interests to serve but the Public Interests." Hawley. Representative Hawley should be re ncminated because: iHe is a hardworking, capable, sue ct'.i'1'.l, Iruntworthy and faithful public servant; lie iemains at Ills pest of duty a't: tending to the needs of his constituen cy und the Stnte of Oregon; Ho is a native of Oregon who is loyal to and familiar with every Inter est of the State of Oregon; He is right on the great quostlons of the day and his record is one of In creasing prestige, steady achievement and successful service. Road his record of service In the candidates pamphlet Issued by the Sec retary of State. (Information furnished by H. C. Glover, et ol) (Fd. Adv.) ll-2t r NORTH BEAVER We had a few spring showers this week. 1 Mrs. A. Peterson and daughters, Edith and Josephine, were ruosts of Mrs. Joe Kol.i.' Friday c.ernoon. Mir. Guynn of Corvallig was in our vicinity this week looking fo- a lo' tion. He spent Thursday night with G. E. Lewis. H. G. Rhoades, Clifford Phelps and A, Peterson were Newport and Ya qulna traders Thursday. Miss Blancho Brown came down from Toledo Friday evening where y- NOTE THE DATE, MAY 9th SQJr AND 10th., Representatives Of r ii orris Optical Company of Salem, Oregon at the Lincoln Rooms. Scien tific, thorough eye examination. N oblicatlon Incurred, unless glasses are ordered. ISupt. G. W1. Ford of the Yaquina Electric Co. arrived home Saturday evening from a trip to Portland. While in the city he took in the open ing ball game,, and Incidentally every other game that was played while he was there. G. A. Schuimachcr of Newport pass ed thru to Portland Sunday. Sflfltll a m -jtmum rail MWPdPfr 'fi' DOUBLE treat i VS i Jet over Pep- 10 for ScfM l Sugar jacket just wM ; "melts in your mouth," WvMSS. then you get the deleo 0WWL , !. table gum center. ' And with WripIeVs three old J'Sa i atandbys also affording friendly v2?w)J2lf aid to teeth, throat, breath, ar petite and digestion. jg&VM t Soothio, thirst-quenching, yy)) " V-l Making the next cigar 82SsfiS5r taste bettcn atl Elfl iwii Here are two views of Mrs. Smith Wilkinson, who is acknowl edged as the best dressed woman in the world, and who is coming to America shortly to show us what real powns are. Mrs. Wilkin son started in life as a restaurant keeper in England. She and her husband txpancVd the business into a chain of restaurants, then into a chain of hotels "and they made millions.. Her" Whole life now is spent in buying things to wear, and wearing 'em at a cost of a million a year. Her wardrobe contains hundreds of costly gowns, priceless laces, Rorgeous hats, diamond studded shoes and her strings of pearls and rubies are huge fortune in themselves. ' Some of her gowns are so complicated ja'make and material that they take nine. months to compHe. ' PICTURE OS LEFT Mrs "Wilkinson in gorgeous Louis XIV treat on in Hack velvet, and jazi hat trimmed with sprey feathers. PICTURE ON RIGHT Mrs. Wilkinson in latest creatioo of tif wrap, to be fastened on hip on left, "- .s REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR L ffiOR at the primaries Friday, May 19. Ha is a man of rare personality and proved executive ability. Here briefly( U his story: Uaatc Lee Pat terson was born in Benton County. Oregon, in 1859. Attended country schools and worked his way through Christian College, Monmouth. Be came a successful merchant in Salem. In 1894 was elected State Senator from Marion County. In 1898 was appointed Collector of Customs at Portland, by President McKinley; re-aopointed by President Roosevelt in ! 902. A Record of Achievement 1'7"HILE he was collector, the bueinesi of Mr. Patter. W on' office practically doubled yet he reduced th eo.t of running his office by $6,380 a year. Since 1906 has been a successful farmer at Eola, Polk County. In 1919 and 1921 served a State Senator from Polk County. A. chairman of Senate Finance Committee led the fight against wholesale salary increase bills and defeated most of them. In 1921 voted against increasing Governor's salary. Vote for Patterson and Stop this Waste! Since 1913 State taxes have increased 743.7 per centl This gross extravagance must ba stoppe-.il Mr. Patter son has pledged that when elected he wii mnke a sub stantial decrease in your ..::. l...i Ly efflcl nt and eco nomical administration. A voU for -n-.or Patterson is a vote for clean, economical busir.eas-like government. PATTERSON CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE 201 Imperial Hotel Portliad, Oregon Psld Adv. DISHES! DiSHES! ! WITHOUT STREET ADDRESS YOUR MAIL IS DELAYED AT OFFICE OF DELIVERY The Dead Letter Ofllce has been In existence ever since lien Franklin started our postal service. Even then people addressed mull to Mr. Kxckiul Smtthcrs, "Atlantic Coast," and ex pected Ben to know just where Zeke lived. Perhaps they had Zeke's address In letters up In the garret, maybe a chest full of 'em, but then It was easier to let Ren hunt Zeke. Today people art addressing letters to John Smith, New York, N. Y., or Chicago, 111.,. thinking Uncle Snm can locnte him, which Is Just us Incomplete ns was Zeke's ad dress of yore. The Postofflce Depart ment asks you to put the number and street in the address. It helps you. How do you expect the Postal Clerk to know whether you mean Trinidad, California, or Trinidad, Colorado? ALWAYS RVKIA. OUT THE NAME OK THE STATU IN FULU IN T11K ADDRESS. "MORE BUSINESS IN GOVERNMENT" This apt phrase was used In Presi dent Harding's first message to Con gress and applies particularly In postal management where postmasters are being Impressed with the fact that they are managers of local brunches ot. the biggest business In the wurld. 22.214.171.124 L - m. J f. f A JusVi JsstssfcsfasTisTssts iTsaTssTsssssTsiIs Jl sll ifs sli ill Ti pHONE 22Q2 At this season you may find it difficult to get a variety for the table. CALL US UP We carry everything in Groceries, Fruit and Vege tables. Complete line of Canned Goods and Dried Fruits. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Everything in Good Gro ceries. When you buy your Groceries here you get the Good Quality you want at a price you can afford to pay. GILDERSLEEVE'S GROCERY '.1-TTl-... VY'. DO YOU NEED THEM? THEY ARE SELLING AT COST THIS WEEK AT Sherwood & Haydens SEE OUR ' WINDOWS! (SUCCESSORS TO PETERSON HARDWARE CO.) Ii sfi sli it if 1 J Ji stsssV J it if J rTTTTTTTTTTTi LADIES' MILLINERY GOODS ARNOLD'S also 4 COMPLETE LINE OF LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS Call In and look over our line of Hats, Caps, Gloves, Ties, Shirts, Hos iery, Ribbons, Jewelry, Etc., Etc. fr I Fithian Will Defeat Williams ! Voters Want Live Committeeman ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce to tha People of Lincoln County that I expect to open General Insurance office In the Flrat National Bank Building on th 15th day of may, 1922. Special attention to FIRE, LIFE, HEALTH & ACCIDENT Insurance. C. K. CROSNO, Toledo, Oregon. 1 H: Xf, V 1' , VOTE FOR 0. II, FITHIAN Republican Candidate For Gomaniteeman ON MAY 19 O. H. FITHIAN PORTLAND, TOO, IS FOR FITHIAN ' REPUBLICANS ALL OVER THE STATE ARE GETTING READY TO VOTE ON MAY 19 TO ELECT O. H. FITHIAN NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN, INSTEAD OF RALPH E. WILLIAMS WHO HAS HAD THE JOB TOO LONG PORTLAND DAILY NEWS SAYS: "It Is a refreshing and healthy sign when a busy and successful man takes off his coat and runs for an office that Is salary-less and of dubious honor. s Such a man Is O. H. FITHIAN, wholesale shoe merchant, candi date for the office of Republican National Committeeman. He. la opposing Ralph E. Williams, who has served since 1908. Originally Williams was a Democrat. "Fithian Is the head of the Flthlan-Barkor Shoe Co., Portland. it is litenany true tnia time tnat -trie office seeks the man."' MORNING OREGON1AN SAYS: "That FITHIAN has organized a strong campaign and Is conduct ing a vigorous battle, is evident to the public and it has undoubtedly caused uneasiness In the Williams camp." PORTLAND TELEGRAM SAYS: "Fithian, although a lifelong worker In the Republican party, has never sought political office. "Williams Is a professional politician who, after serving 14 years X mm national vummiiiccnitiri, warn sun anoiner term. "In the 1912 national convention Williams was antagonistic to Theodore Roosevelt, despite the fact that the Oregon delegation was pledged to the great American. "Fltnlan promises to work In harmony with Oregon's delegation In Congress. "Willlama has never worked In harmony with the delegation." FITHIAN CLUB, Paid Adv. By Chas. T. Early, President, . Robt. G. McNary, Secretary, Chas. V. Eberlaln, Treasurer.