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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
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Jake Dog Collars
The manufacture of dog collars is
Hot one of the duties of a county
clerk according to Attorney General
Srown who holds. In an opinion pre
yared for Governor Olcott, that such
vam when ordered by the county
court entitles the clerk to extra com-
When the state Iw raqulring all
dogs to don collars became effective
the county court of Grant county
thought to put one over on the high
cm 01 living oy manufacturing its
own collar supply, according to Mabel
BIcKern Hilbourn, county clerk of
Crant county, who has written to
Governor Oloott for advice and as
sistance in collecting her claim for
extra work while engaged in this par
ticular branch of the manufacturing
Demand Too Great
Upon the instruction of District At
torney A. D. Leedy, the letter states,
llrs. Hilbourn ordered leather and
tmcklus required in the manufacture
ot the specified collars, and, with the
aid of her deputy' and other assist
ants, all paid out of her own salary,
firoceeded to make up a supply of
collars. The demand exceeding the ca
pacity of this Infant Industry, Mrs.
Hilbourn writes, she was compelled to
order a supply of collars and tags
from Portland, numbering the tugs
In her own office and having them
riveted onto the leather straps. All
told, she states, 150 collars were man
ufactured In this manner by herself
Court Refused Claim
When i:he presented her claim to
thn county court covering the extra
lielp employed in the manufacture of
the collars covering 22 eight
days, she wan told, the letter states,
that this was "one of the hlsks coun
ty clerks took when accepting tho of
fice," and her claim rejected.
Attorney (leneral ' Brown in his
opinion declares that It is the duty
of the county court to provide neces
sary county nupplles and that hav
ing performed this Rervlce she Is en
titled to a reasonable compensation
for services rendered. i
By At B.
Poll) anna was grad
That she did not
Have) to vse the cruuies
The Ladios Aiders
In place of the doll
That she wanted
To the Hospital fund
Because yon are well
And don't have
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To spend your days
In the Hospital . . .
J Lcngshorem en And
New York, Mar. 17. Striking coast
wise longshoremen today attacked
twenty five negro strikebreakers and
after knocking down two of them ills
persed the remainder. Two police
men witnessed the attack but no ar
rests were made.
Trr3 embargo against coastwise
freight shipments was eended today
to ships of the New England Steam
Merchants were notified they would
oe held accountable for storage
charges unless Ihey moved from the
wharves freight consigned to . them
Sympathy of teamsters with striking
longshoremen had prevented remov
al of this freight, it was said.
Seattle Police And
, Federal Officials
Hunt For Robbers
Grange Denies Any
Land Labor Party
l In order to correct a rumor that has
I become current among the citizens of
. Marlon county that the grange had be
I come affiliated with the land and la-
ho,,rjbor party, the Ankeny grange of Jef
ferson, adopted the following resolu
tion at Its last meeting:
"Whereas, there Is a general impres
sion before the public that the gran
has become affiliated with the land
and labor league, and -
"Whereas, there may be some mem
bers of the grunge who nre members
of the land and labor league, acting on
their own volitllon, but not ns author
ized representatives of the grange, and
"Whereusi it Is against the declara
tion of principles and the constitution
of our order to affiliate with any po
litical or religious organization, but to
guarantee to each member the right
to use his or her own judgment in po
litical or religious matters,
Therefore, be It resolved, that we the
17. Seattlo officers and members of Ankenv
ATTACK RITJCS BOLIVIANS
LaPaz, Bolivia, Mar. 15. Great In
dignation has been caused here by an
attack upon Colonal Comes, of the Bo
livian aviation service by a party of 40
Peruvians. He was attacked wltn
stones and stick and painfully injured.
The army retail store which was
opened at Med ford sold oat its sup
plies in three days' time.
Seattle, Wash., Mar.
police and federal officers today con-' Orange No. 340, In session assembled,
iiunea ineir search for the two ban- M'" assert that weare -offering strict
dits who held up R. E. Stafford, cash-1 adherence to the rules governing our
Jer of the Internal revenue office here I order."
yesterday and robbed the vaults of'
j.proximateiy 120.000 which had Hep
1 paid In as income taxes the night which
THY MAKING YOUR OWN
Von can save ubmit 82, and
nave a better remedy tlmn
wiuly maile kind.
If you combined the curative prop
erties of every known "ready mado"
cough remedy, you probably could not
Ket as much real curative power as
there Is In this simple home made
cough syrup, which is easily prepared
in a few minutes
Jt from any druggist 2 H ounces
of rinex. pour it into a pint bottle
ana fill the bottle with syrup, using
either plain granulated sugar syrup,
clarified mulasKes. honey, or corn
ni, as desired. The result Is a full
pint fit really better cough syrup than
ou could buy ready madd for three
times the money. Tastes pleasant and
This Pinox and syrup preparation
Sets right st the cause of a cough and
Rives almost immediate r,nPf lt
loosens the phlegm, stops the nasty
throat tickle and heals the sore, lirl
f'7 membranes so gently and easily
that it is ivaliy astonishing.
A day's us.) will usually overcome
the ordinary cough and for bronchi
tis, croup, hoarseness and bronchial
asthma, there is nothing better.
Plnox is a most valuable concen
trated compound of, genuine Norway
Pin.' evtiaet, and has been used to
generations to break severe coughs
ro avoid disappointment .ask your
druggist for "214 mmws of Vlwx
witn full directions, and don't accept
anything else, fluaranteed in give ub
kolute satisfaction or monew prompt
ly refunded. The 1'inex Co., Ft. Wayne
licpuirs to the Dallas armory, for
the legislature appropriated
money, have been completed and the
building Is now ready for use.
4 Free Trial of Pyramid Pile Treat
meat Is Oue of the firnudesl
Ktrnts lou Ever
You are suffering ' dreadfully
ivith Itching, bleeding, protruding
pitra or hemorrhoids, v Now, over
- Von Positively Cannot Afford te
Ignore These ilrmnrauble
to any drug store and get a 60-ewil
box of pyramid Pile Treatment, lie
lief should eomo r.o quickly you '.vii'
jump for joy. If you aro In doubt
send for a free trial pHCkmte In
mall. You will then brt convinced.
I'ou't delay. Taka no" substitute.
ME12 SAMPLE COUPON
PVrtAJlTD MSTTO COM PAW.
W Pyramid Huildlng.,-
iVinrsliall. Mich. .
Kindly send 1110 a Free Hmj)le
of Pyramid rile Treatment, in
Name . .. .. .... ,
fltv -. .State
; 1 ini
JUl.KNAL WANT ADS TRT THEM
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
(Non-Sectarian and Non-Catholic).
"World's" Divine Healer
f Hu Germs
Active in the Nose
Clogged with Catarrh
natural product Gives a most
olightfulsootaingnl platting m
boo to the 1 piTh.
growing feu of flu germs it a warn.
mj to om m CtMrtul nwbk. Do
j . , . . "i ana oaami tm
Msyr't Pint Needle BJm
for salt by
J. C. Perry, Daniel J. Fry and drug
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HOME-MADE Candy is best for ,
children. Blue Label Karo makes
most delicious fudgedelicate and cream 6
crisp taffy and brittle peanut candy T2'
amels and fondant.
Write today forthe interesting64-pae rw
Products Cook Book. It tells how to maS
Karo home-made goodies and is FREE
Karo is pure and rich in food value- it i
wholesome and health building. That's whv
it's the Great American Spread for sliced
P.S.- Ask your grocer the price of BlUc
Label Karo bythe dozen cans.
CORN PRODUCTS REFINING COMPANY
17 Btter, Pl.c. New York v "
Diamond CHICK FOOD
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SAVES LITTLE CHICKS and
helps them to grow into big, strong, healthy birds.
Jj A clean, wholesome, natural food no dust no waste.
Keep the chickt healthy and make them grow fart.
Look for tmNamtmd TraJt Mark en Evay Original Paci
OUR 1920 CATALOGUE
Of "Diamond Quality" Poultry Supplies, listing
everything neceasary for the profitable production ol poultry
mailed free on r (quest. Ask foi Catalog No. 2 83
"BUCKEYE" Incubators and COLONY Brooder Stoves
Thru its use Grandmoihn s i'ip'
youthful appcaranre has V f j
remained until youth has (
become but-a memory . J
l'h sol t, ri 1 1 wd, pearly , 'T
white appearance it flS'iK-iV
.1,. V Ki.-M m
of Bv Jiuy w;ih you 4
tor many cr
yeara.o jef, T
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Get our prices on first class
Direct from the timber to you
Yick So Tpng
Chinese ITediclne atiit Tea Co.
Has medicine which will cure
any known disease. .
Open 'Sundays from 10 a. m.
until 8 p. m.
153 South High Street
Salem, Oregon. Phone 283
FORD TItl'CK WITH TWO TON
ATTACHMENT. RUNS LIKE A
OSCAR B. GINGRICH
MOTOR & TTRF! TO
m Court Street Phone 3 j
DAVES EXPERT PLATE MAX
With. 33 years experience, with
mo In my dental office
R, D. X. BEECIILEB
302 V. S. Buuk Bldff.
of fluent quality, some eatln;
n. s. irxEiLL & co.- -'
261 Court street
riione 330 Bring M m m
And teacher will lecture and
I heal and teach and demon.
strate the true principles of
I immunity from sickness and
sorrow, at (Jrand Opera
House, Salem, Thursday.
March 18th to Sunday, Mar.
ti, at 8 p. m. o'clock every
evening, and heal and blesa
the people daily.
"Father" Grammer is mak-.
ing r world's tour, under aus
pices of the School of Life,
and carries record of manv nn-
parently miraculous cases of
I healing, from Colorado, Tex
j as, Seattle, Portland and
' i many other places. Many are
j - i , healed instantly while hear-.1,--
ing -him speak. Admission
The Weak or the Strong One
r,VrUiSee bf.fore5"?u a strong and safe bridge leading to
ffiS -g,M,W 11 hwm 80rae secure nd
heLCt-8nro "iJ k UmC f tould you
Tlie answer is simnle-you would choose whai all evidence
unknown THlue, when eTerybotlf know"tm thTolt
Vesrtable CompounU. llcr is more DroofT rlnK,,iM1,
FOR LOXa DISTANCE
. AUTO TRUCKIXQ
PHONE 1409 '
WE ALSO DO LOCAL
'' ' , HAULINO
Also Junk of All Kinds
Best Prices Guaranteed
CALL 3S8 .
Capital Junk Co.
The Square Deal House
871 Chemeketa St. Phone 89
Salem Auto Radiator Shop
Radiators, Fenders and Gas
Tractor Radiators a Specialty
Ford Radiators for Sals
108 S. 12th St. . Salem, Or.
MADE TO ORDER TO FIT
340 Court Street
House Furnisher. r
DOME OF TUB V1CTH0U -
You get more for your
Money at Moore's.
, AT THE
"isi North Commercial'
T'nr Coliln. Crlii or IiiflueuU
and as a Preventative, taka
TIVE BUO.MO QUIS1S3 .TaWel
Look for B. W. GROVE'S
on the box. 3tie. '
JOURNAL WANT ADS EBISG H!l
fXAirr? oittit o o FT AID
Is baked in automatically regulated electric ovens. Thats
,. '. where, it getf-tts name.'..
Bake-Rite Sanitary Bakery j
; ' : . 457 State Street.
. . . .m
Heauhif. r. "I hul r.Tnt, u.
uaufniaiiuu, paun in tne inie and
back whicb were m sharp that they
pulled me to my knees, and I could
not walk. I had an operation sad
till 1 failed, mid ill the eight years
I unfTerr-!! had fonrdoetoraand mms
hulped me. 1t niothnr-itvlair
vwel metotakeLtdiaK. Vinkhams
esetalil Compound. I was then
in bed, and afler the fin:t bottle I
coiild tieont of bed. then I took Ve.
eiiible tVaiponnd Tblu and Lrdia
. liukha'4i'a lllood .Medicine and
sl aaed the Sanatirs Hash. I still
take the medlrina aud sin able now
to do ni vow n hotwework. Mvfrienda
say, Aly! bnt yon look ell-wh
do you do? ho u yoor doctor? '
and there is only one answer, 'Lvdia
E. Itnkham's Biedieinm.'" Mr.
', boo Douglas Street,
Reading, Pa.. ,
Oaineville, Tes. 'For Uires
year I auitered untold agony each
month with pain in my mile. I fonod
only temporary relief in doctor's
medicine or anything alu I took an.
til my b unhand and 1 aaw an adrer.
twrnent ot Lydia K. Pinkhain's
Vcieetahle Compound. I mentioned
It to a neighbor and the told me she
had taken it with good results, and
sdvfaed ma to try it. I was then in
sed part of the time, and my doctor
said I would have to be operated on,
but ws decided to try the Vegetable
t-omrmnnd, and I alaonaed Lydia K.
Pinkham'i Sanative Wash. I am s
drasnnaker and am new able to m
about my work, and do my aoutV
work beside. Yon are welcome to
SethlS let ter MA & tMti.nm.ial T
always glad to speak a word tor yoor
SUi rlarrer St.. niiviiu t
Iion't Experiment Insist Upon
NOT FOR US! So rve are moving to cheaper rentHigh
rents come out of the consumer. So our , moving to 331
Court street is your gain. ,
. If you are with us for good service, fair 'dealing- ani
Against exorbitant prices-See the Electrical Machinery
and Engineering Co., at their new home, 337 Court street,
opposite Hamilton's. New prices in all classes . of Electric
WorkElectric Goods and expert s?rrc : "
Machiriery & v
337 COURT STREET
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