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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, 17, 1920.
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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL;
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Claxtnr, Feb. 17. -Relay runners
In squads of 4 to 0, huve been pass
ing clown the country roads here dur
ing the week. These lads, clad In al
most nothing, bo loping along, the
coldest days, putting to rout, all the
ories of flu. They arc fine spocMnent
of young manhood lind seem to nik
their five mile trot tin easily w .!
eastern Oregon coyote.
Cheniawa M. W. A. 'No. 8412 held
their monthly im-eilng r'b. 14. These
meetings are increasing in attendance
The John West ley's write from
Long reach, Cal., that everywhere
Are to be seen beautiful palms ami
calla lilies, unil geraniums six feet
The Henry Stanton's spent Sunday
with Claxtar relatives,
A fine gamo of basketball between
P.uena Crest tind Kelzer school 'took
place Friday, The visiting team car
ried away the honors. Almost the en
tire Iluenu Crest school came down to
cheer their men. The game took place
on the Kfitser diamond.
Mrs. CI, S. Mc.Munn is returning tins
week from a two months stay in Cal
ifornia at Santa Cm, and Monterey.
Thus the old Oregonlnns all wander
back to "Oregon, my Oregon."
Mr. and Mrs. William Crotesu and
son, Stuart, after two months in Cal
ifornia, left Tuesday for their stocK.
ranch at McDormltt, Nevada.
What Claxtar needs is a good up to
date depot and freight room, the
large volume of business done her
makes these needs Imperative before
the present summer passes.
The pnrent-tenoher association 'of
Kelwr school, district 88,featured a
Mg debate on Friday evening, -Feb.
13. The gentlemen hnndling the ques
tion of the evening wore F. M. My
ers, M. t.iudy. Professor 1). K. Lu
thy tind Charles Weathers. The suo
ject of debate was "Resolved, Unit
capital punishment should be abol
ished." The subject was well han
dled and was presented before a
crowded house. i
The valentines made- by the grade
juill8 here were very artistic, 'many
i f them showing Ingenuity of a 'high
liymnn Hill, whose passing awu,
occurred Feb. 7, was n well known res
(dent of this uelghborhood, although
over 70 ytnrs of age, his keen mind
mid vigorous body enabled him to per
form' excellent work, and his little
farm here was a model of nWitness
ItAKIO II X lillTCD
Washington, Feb. 17. - All War
time restriction on national radio coin
inunluaHnn In the 1'nltud States were
removed, effective, February un
der an executive order signed today
by J 'resident Wilson,
Who remembers when wo uird f Kit
ft mumre ileal n il bout demaudln' II?
Voti m o r Know th' advantage o" s.ivln'
it with fh.wers till y.m git in th' di
rLU is on the increase in Salem because the quarantine is not
In those cases where a placard is tacked up, no effort is made
to protect the public from those exposed and people come and g
; as freely as if there was no quarantine.
To be sure the placard keeps the people from entering infect
ed premises, but it does not keep the residents of those premises
from scattering the germs broadcast
Nor are the convalescent victims as careful as they should
be. Persons not yet fully recovered from the flu mingle freely
with the unsuspecting public ; and even attend public gatherings.
In other cases, people take care of flu patients at night and
go to their offices and business as usual during the day, though
frequently infected themselves and ill later.
Only a rigid enforcement of the quarantine will stamp out
the influenza and if "such enforcement as longer delayed, the com
munity faces a serious situation.
The cause and cure of influenza are little understood as yet,
but we know that influenza claimed more victims last year than
the world over, and that its effects are apparent in many strange
new maladies, among them, sleeping sickness. Prudence de
mands that mo unnecessary chances be taken and every precau
tionary measure be followed. ;
LOVE OF THE LABEL.
MS YAkS I
By ARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
LOST A COUSIN!
When the Hermit Thrush had fin
ished his song about the spotted vest.
he looked at his cousin Jolly Robin out
of the corner of his eye.
"How do you like that one?" he in
quired. He noticed that Jolly was not
"That seems to mc to be a very silly
a red waistcoat made the Hermit feel
faint. Some people say that all great
singers are like that If they don't
like a thing, they can't bear even to
think about it. And it was a fact that
the words "red waistcoat" had always
made Jolly Robin's cousin shudder.
Maybe one reason why he never
went to visit Jolly was because he
couldn't endure the sight of his bright
llILL the Portland Oregonian support Herbert Hoover for presi
dent, asks the Scio Tribune.
Ihe Oregonian win support Mr. Hoover or anyone else re
gardless of ability or record, if nominated by the Republican con
vention. It would support a yellow dog if it wore the party label
But unless tagged by the party, the Oregonian will viciously op
pose Mr. Hoover.
"The Oregonian will support or decline to support Mr.
Hoover when it learns the principles for which he stands," says
the Oregonian. Mr. Hoover has defined the principles he believes
in clearer and more definitely than any of the avowed candidates
except Johnson and Poindexter. He has stated that he is for the
League of Nations, that he is opposed to reactionary legislation
nullifying the -bill ot rights and that he could not vote for a party
dominated by groups seeking control of government for profit
and privilege and equally opposed to any form of Socialism.
whether it be "nationalization of industry or other destruction of
Continuing, the Oregonian remarks that "the fallacy of Mr.
Hoover's candidacy lies in the fact that the Hoover project is a
proposal to elect Hoover because he is Hoover and for no other
reason, and to leave Hoover the duty of defining the policies of the
In an unorganized, popular movement to force the nomination
of a man like Hoover, upon the politicians, it is of course impos
sible to formulate a platform in advance. The demand is for
Hoover, because the public has faith in him because of his per
formance in the past, and there is no way to judge the future ex
cept by the past.
The proposal to elect "Roosevelt was because Tie was Roose
velt, and for no other reason which according to the Oregonian's
reasoning was also a fallacy but the refusal to heed the wishes
of the rank and file wrecked the Republican party. Similar ob
stinacy by politicians is likely to wreck it again, for the people
have lost faith in the politicians.
No matter what political platforms promise, the future of
the country rests largely upon the executive, and it is to the presi
dent that the people look rather than the time serving politicians
comprising congress. A strong executive like Roosevelt or Wil
son is worth more to the nation than a housefull of bickering
patronage seekers. '
Party lines have broken down and there is no real difference
between the parties, except the offices. Reed, democrat and John
son, Republican, have the same principles, and. there is little dif
ference between Wilson and Taft. If Taft is a' Republican, John
son is not, ana it Wilson 4s a Democrat, Keed is not. If politicians
have their Way, the Republican platform will view with alarm the
extravagance of the war and Democrats view the winning of the
war with pride the same old guff and appeal to prejudice.
The trouble with the Oregonian and other partisan papers
is that they do not exert their great influence and power to force
the adoption of vital principles upon the party by creating public
sentiment to sustain them, but take no stand until the politicians
have prepared their program and then blindly follow, swallowing
good or bad for the sake of, the label. That is why the partisan
paper is rapidly becoming a thing of thte past and decreasing in
influence along with the politicians.
BY TVAL T MASON-
I toil around from store to store, and country butter I de
mand. "We do not keep it any more, it has been banished from
the land." Thus speak the grocers, one by one, and do not seem
to care three derns; "the country butter graft is done, the farm
ers' wives have soaked their churns. But we have butter made of
glue, and butter much like axle grease; you'd better buy three
pounds or two, and let your weary soul have peace. It is no use
to paw around and like a dotard vent your rage ; we haven't seen
a single pound of country butter in an age." Alas, the things of
yesteryear, me precious boons we knew ot yore! I ve seen old
landmarks disappear until my ancient heart is sore. I spread
my bread, a mournful hick, with stuff that's made of tested fats;
1 spreau uie uope on good ana tnick, and tnen I teed it to the cats.
Hiey make our butter now m mills,-with smokestacks fourteen
tories high, but not much higher than the bills which come to
weary skates who buy. "There is no country butter now," say
grocers in the busy mart ; "the churn is canned, the farmer's
irau is scoiTiung in ner cnoo-cnoo cart!
song," Jolly Robin said. "Dut I'm glad ,
you Bang it. because it has reminded . , knew noth,
mc that I was going to speak to you! , '
. i,, ... j i .-. .uuin ail , a.
-""in linn ajiiHwu naifticuai jvui, w
fond of wearing."
"What's the matter with my waist
coat?" the Hermit asked quickly. "I'm
sure it's a very handsome one."
"I don't like It!" Jolly told him. "t
wouldn't be caught with it on me for
AUTO STAGES fll
PORTLAND SOUTH TO
SALEfl BEGINS TODAY
Operation of a fleet of big automo
biles over a stage route between Salem
and Portland began when the first
machine to leave this city departed
for the metropolis Tuesday morning.
The stage line is owned by the Auto
Transit company, the managers of
which are C. E. Whitney and R. E.
Wier of Portland.
There were six autos in operation
Tuesday. Three were running south
from Portland, and three departing for
the north from this city at the taiau
time. The company plans to add aav.
dtiinal machines at patronage war-
Red would bo very becoming to rants, the manager said.
you." he continued. "And it's certainly According to tentative plans a stase
a cheerful color, too. Yon need bright- wI1 leave thitl clty tm portiand every
enlng up. I don't believe it s good for two hmxra atter aooUt. g o'clock in the
you, living in this damp swamp ani ; morniiiK. and will continue to run ac-
nut the next clay Jolly met with
a great surprise.
anything. Everybody says that you re
a groat dandy because you wear it.
singing sad songs. What you ought to
do Is to get some clothes like mine
and bring your wife over to Farmer
Ureen's orchard and build a nest In an
apple tree. We could have some
gay times together," he said smilingly.
Like many other people Jolly Robin
thought his own ways were the best.
And since the Hermit was just as sure
that nobody else knew how to dress,
or how to sing, or how to build a house
as well as he did, it is quite plain tnai
the two cousins never could agree.
"Just tell your wife about my plan
when she comes tome," sal4 Jolly !
Robin. "And I'll fly over tomorrow
and show you the way to the orchard."
"I'll tell her," his cousin promised.
"Good!" said Jolly Robin. And he
gave his dullcato cousin a hearty slap
on the back, which made the poor fel
low wince for it hurt him not a little.
"Good-by!" Jolly cried. And chirping
loudly, he flew back home.
Now, Jolly noticed, as he left, that
his cous n called ". arewell!" in a
melancholy tone. But he thought no
more about it at the time. He told his
wife the goods news as soon as he
cording to this sched ule until late In
the evening. The stages will pass en
route. Definite schedules -by which
the stages will run will probably be
announced Wednesday by the com
pany, .Mr. Whitney said.
Fare between Salem and Portlano:
will be the same charged by the
toads $1.65. The capacity of the
stages is seven passengers, and they
are driven by competent ohauffeurs,
the management declared. The stand
London, Feb. 17
George has offe,,d 1
shin at H7n.fc.i
Reartin. ":r"Pn th, fc
he haa declined the appo'ka
Flu And Colds,
How They Can
Sleep Well Et Wlscl,,,'
Regularly Avol.l l 'fH
KEEP AIR PASSAWX (x,.
Inflamed Air passages Mafa 1
Breeding Grounds for Flu cnlsT
Flu This Year Is Mih -While
we know verv ui.
about the flu now than wc di, w
year the germ itself has Mvw
lties agree that the flu Kr "
breathed In. If the system i. h. - I
shape and the membrane or lintiwrf
the air passages is in healthy eLfc
tion these germs are th ...
- ....unu Vli.
A good plan is to molt
Vick's VapoRub in a spoon nlsht M
morning, and inhale the vapors. ,m
apply a little up the nostrils Kvonl
times a day, especially just before be-
ices in this c'tv la nt M,,ni . ,nS exposed to crowds.
j . Treat all Colds Promptly
I ..11 ....
It has not been decided vet bv the ........ V' ?. r. " at
, T M. v iH5 (.lie 6UVUV lie: no un BUI
And since you re my cousin, I think I reached ,ho orchard. for JolIy
OUyill IO lUil JVU W lull. JH.-UI"W -
lng about you."
"I don't-care what people say!" tne
Hermit exclaimed. "Those that don't
like my beautiful waistcoat can look
the other way when I'm around. Ana
v,.u ' '" 1 ' ' cousin's wife, either. Even their three
I'd suggest that you keep out of this had dtan d from tho nest on
MU711 mn ' ... -
that his cousin the Hermit was going
to follow his advice.
But the next day Jolly met with a
great surprise. When he went to the
swamp near Black Creek he couldn't
find his cousin anywhere nor his
"Now, don't get nngry!" Jolly Robin
begged, lln gave his cousin a sm'le,
hoping that It might make him feel
pleasantor. "I was only trying to help
you. I was only going to advise you to
wear a rod waistcoat, like mine."
Now, the mere thought of wearing
I finally said, more to gain time than
for any other reason:
"Don't you .Oilnk Madam Gordon
will object to another maid in the
"I hope Fatty Coon hasn't eaten the
eggs," said Jolly Robin, as he gazed
into the empty nest. "But It's no more
than anybody could expect who's so
foolish as to build a nest on the
ground." He grew quite uneasy. And
he was puzzled, too.
Later, when Jolly Robin met old
Mr. Crow, he learned that his cousin,
the Hermit Thrush, and his wife had
moved away from the swamp the
They ve left, for parts unknown,"
"I can't tell that." she answered. ' u,u mT: "-row eliaineu. "i saw them
"hut she UKimllv-dneB n THr. Gordon wnen Started. And when I asked
wishes her to. even when it is against 'ollr c""i" where they were going, he
her own Judgment." .said that they didn't know, but they
Ah, there it IK! If I would do ex- wel-e hoping to find some peaceful
actly what John Gordon wishes me neighborhood whore they had no rcla-
to do and allow, hint to do exactly as tions.
he wishes In regard to himself, with. That s strange!" Jolly Robin ex
no consideration of my feelings in '"'aimed. "We are very fond of each
either matter, John, at least, would be other my cousin nnd I. By the way "
perfectly happy. Perhaps this course ho added, "did you happen to notice
or action is my uuty, because now what sort of waistcoat he was wear
neither of us Is "happy, and yet if I ing?"
should have said that I could not Mr. Crow said he had noticed- and
stand this any longer, nnd that night, that it was a light-colored one with
1 ion tnat 1 couiu not, 1 am quite I nark spots.
........ ..II II. l I.I ...1.1.1, ' ... . .
nun. uml mi who mm- wunu VWUC11 -iJeaf mo!" said Jolly Robin. "I was
mm , u,u iiuui- noping he had put on a red one. But
n,g out censure ,or me. Bince he moved in such a hurry, per-
Anil vnt luv ft waa hannni no 1 1
...... j - . v ,iU UIV..I1IHIB n i s in n'f nt t iha .i nVw.
LOVE and MARRIED UFH
jil me norea aumor . . 1
I Idah MSGfone Gibson
h i n in i-rrr.vs rnoi-os i,
I must have fallen nsb-ep from
sheer exhaustion, after John went
down to his picked up dinner, for
was awakened by Hemicttc's aimlugles
for being so liils with my food.
"Madam Cordon knew that I had
told Mr. John I would bring you your
dinner and so tihe kept me until now,"
she said, Willi the angry liberty which
AI.KAI.I IX MIAMIMHM
l lllll WASHING UA1U
Most fi! and prepared shampoos "hl wvant sometimes takes,
contain ton much alkali. "!il.-h In! "Never mind. Hcnriette. I have ben
very Injurious, as It dries the scaln fts,p,'l- '"' I think I'm really hungry: It
nnd make the hair brittle. iltow. Unir supper looks most uppelin
. The lust thing to use is MulKlficd '"K- Has Mr. Gordon retired?"
coconnut oil shampoo, for tlita t pure' "i'0- '"' right after he fliiuiuod
und entirely greaselest). It's wryia""'t' response to a tcleplHiuc
cheap and beats anything els all to Pa" "
deci-.i. You can Ret this at ni, dnigf ',ft ' Word for me?"
more, and a few ounces wilt la? thej Mrs. -Gordon," said llenriette,
wh.de family for months. is "he went to answer the telephone.
Pimply moisten tbe hnir with water' "Mrs. Sinclair wishes to know
nnd vub it in. about a IciMpnonful is you are able to see her tonight."
delighted at your recovery, and
they are very anxious, as soon as
you are well emiugh. to give you a
"Welcome to our city" dinner. She
will be over by 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning, and hopes that your . visit
and drive did -nut overdo you this
Aided by llciiriclto
llenriette. with kindness and ef
ficiency, helped ine to prepare for
bed. While doing so, xh said:
'.Mrs. Gordon, don't you think that
would be nice or rather wouldn't
more and more intolerable every
day, or was it because I was physi
cally weak that these things looked
Would Like to Go -Home
"Oh, well, llenriette," 1 said, "I am
going to try and get away for a short
time. Perhaps I can make it possible
to take your nlcco with me for a lit
tle while. 1 would like to go home
to my mother's and I have been
worrying about putting any extra
work upon her one maid, but if I
can make it possslble to take whnt
is her name. Honriette"'
" Anna with me, it would sim
By this time I was ready for bed,
but my nerves were all a-tlugle and
I picked up a magazine to see If
could settle them by reading.
Couglis, Colds, Croup, Catarrh
Hcvcd In Two Minutes
Is your throat sore?
Have you catarrh?
Have you a cough?
Have you a cold?
Hyomei is the treatment for nose,
throat and lung trouble. It does not
contain cocaine, inornhlne or ,,tw
t dangerous drug and does uwav with
Six of stomach dosing. Just breathe It thm
the eight stories in that magazine tn0 little bl'lck: pocket inhaler that
vtnetner that was the case, Jolly
Robin never learned. For he never
his cousin the Hermit again.
were stories of unhappy married life.
In four of them the wife was in much
the same position that I was. In two
of them, because nf the constant lit
tle annoyances and hurts, women
took their lives into their own hands,
as had Helen, and went away with
the man who seemed at the moment
to love them. ,
As I read these two stories my
thuughts went back to Helen, and I
thought to myself that I would ask
Alice about my . Interference with
Helen's problem as well as about my
"1 am going home to work it out,"
I suid to myself, and thon caivo the
awful thought: "Where shall get
the money to go home?"
O"o Ec Continued)
comes with each outfit.
A complete outfit costs but little at
Daniel J. Fry's or any reliable drug
gist and Hyomei is guaranteed to
banish catarrh, croup, coughs, colds
sore throat and bronchitis or money
back. A Hyomei Inhaler lasts a life
time and extra bottles of Hvomel cu
be obtaintd from druggists "for a few
it relieves stomach misery, sour sionv
arii, bek-hing and nil stomach diwise or
money l,a,k. Largo l, f t;10eta 0a
cents. Druggist iu all towiij.
it be a help to you, If I should have
my young niece conic to help you
until you arc stronger? I am very
anxious to teach her the duties of a
lady's maid, tind she will be elad
to come for her board and room."
I don't know what there was about j
this proposal of Henrlctte's that en-
if j raged me, but I felt myself go hot and!
I rill ,1 fr n1lK.iiih 1 a.lA,.. !
nil that is iniuhcil. It i...ikra nnj "'" r that I am going to bed was making the offer In a spirit of
nbmiibinci- nf rich, creamy lather,! immediately, a'ld that if she will. 1 j helpf nines. 1 realised that she hntl!
cleims.-s thoroughly, and riti.-s nitW'sh she would come toimiirow morn- seen enough of the working of thej
easily. The hair dries tiutekly MitT1'"' '"stead. Say to her that 1 amj household to know that John would
venly. und i soft, fiv.Jh Icolilim, j l"" nl"us to see her, utd find-objvot to paying wor any servant that j
bright, fluffy, wavy and eay to li.t u-J J""' when she is coming, ptenxe." jl might hire without consulting him.!
die. Cesl lrs, it loonens and t:vke out; Heniieiie csuricd my message lo I was also vain enough not to want)
every particle of dust .din ami""' telephone and returned saying: to explain to Honriette that I would
dandruff. Aviv. I "M"- Sinclair wishes hie to toll i have to consult Mr. Gordon before
you that everyone at the club was taking any one into my service, and J"
m. - .
manager:, whether stops will be niadeti0W. and nmke them VfcZ
at way points between this xlty and grounns for germs- p
Portland. If the line proves popular . yick's VapoRub aids in preCtl
and patronage -justifies the manitcn- co,aa. For head colds, L'Si
ance of the service however, it Is like- I hoarseness, dub Vicks well "vTtta
arrangements will be made to accom- throat and chest and cover " th .
modate passengers at every town be- warm flannel cloth. For aB ZJ
i ec. lne rwo cities, tne managers an- colds, severe sore throat or bronchitH
nounceU. hot wet towelg 8hould first be applW
- to the throat, chest and back betwen
A method has been discovered of "the sh-oul(ler blades to open the pom,
distilling valuable productB from the Then Vicks should be rubbed in em
chipB that accumulate in woodwork- tho part8 untu tne skin ta red I""
ing establishments and of making pa- on thlckly nd covered Uh hn
per out of the residue. thicknesses of hot flannel cloths.
; Leave the clothing loose around tin
TEUiS nOW TO STOP A
Surprising results fom the
famouH old home made
syrup. Easily prepared
and costs little
If you have a severe cough or chst
cold accompanied with soreness,
throat tickle, hoarseness, or difficult
breathing, or if your child wakes up
during the night with croup and you
want quick help, try this reliable old
home madj cough remedy. Any drug
gist can supply you with 2 Mi ounces
of Pinex. Pour thia into a pint bottle
and fill the bottle with plain granu
lated sugar syrup. Or you can use clar
ifled molasses, honey-, or corn syrup,
instead of sugar syrup, if desired.
This recipe makes a pint of rsally re
markable cough remedy. It tastes
good, and in spite of its low cost, It
can be depended upon to give quick
and lasting relief.
You can feel this taka hold of a
cough in a way that means business.
It loosens and raises the phlegm,
stops that throat tickle and soothes
and heals the irritated membranes
that line the throat and bronchial
tubes with such promptness, ease and
certainty that it Is really astonishing.
Pinox Is a special and highly con
centrated compound of genuine Nor
way pine extract, and Is probably the
best known means of overcoming se
vere coughs, throat and chest colds.
There are many worthless imita
tions of this mixture. To avoid disap
pointment, ask for "2H ounces of
Pinex" with full directions and don't
accept anything else. Guaranteed to
give absolute satisfaction or money
promptly refunded. The Tinex Co., Ft.
Wayne, Ind. (Adv)
so the vapors, released by the
body heat, may be freely Inhaled.
These -vapors, inhaled with each
breath, carry the medication directly
to the lungs and air passages. At tti
same time Vicks is absorbed thru an4
stimulates the skin, thus aiding to re
lieve the congestion within.
lTse of External Treatment for Cokh
Vick's VapoRub is the discovery of
a North Carolina druggist who found
how to combine in salve form, the
standard time tested remedies, Cam
phor Menthol Eucalyptus Thyme
etc. so that when the salve i ap
pied to the body heat, these ingredi
ents are liberated la the form of va
Vicks Is particularly recommended
for children's croup or colds, since It
Is externally applied and therefore
can be used freely and often without
the slightest harmful effect w .. t
The best evidence of Ihe value ot
Vicks is the steadily increasing num
ber of people who have been convert
ed to the use of this "outHlde" treat-
Beginning with the customers of a
small retail drug store, the use ot
Vicks has grown year by yearttati
by state untit now more than 17 mil
lion jars ere used annually. And thU
In spite of the fact that Vicks is a
new form of treatment to many folks
in the north and west. Vicks can be
had at all druggists in three slsee
30c, 60c and $1.20. (Aav)
Mead er chest5"!
fare best treated.
PERRY'S DRUG STORE
Has made arrangements to supply
The Famous Herbal Remedy for
To their customers in this vicinity. Anti-Uric is guaranteed
to give results and satisfaction in all cases of rheumatism
gout, lumbago and kindred ailments or the money spent for
it will be refunded. Get an outfit of Anti-Uric today and
give it a trial. It never disappoints.
LADD & BUSH
Established 1868 !
General Banking Business
Office Hours from 10 a, m. to 3 p.