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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY, .
iY 14, 1919.
JOURNAL WANT AD DEPARTMENT IS THE BEST SELLING
KEDIUM IN MARION COUNTY-TRY THEM FOR RESULTS
culsbjtted ADVEBfiama bates
Bate per word New Today:
Bach insertioa -
no week. ( insertions) 5c
One moth (26 insertions) 17o
The Capital Journal will not tie re
sponsible for more than one insertion,
for errors U Classified Advertisements
Bead your advertisement the first day
it appears and notify us immediately if
Minimum charge, 15c.
FOR BALE Oak wood. Phone 40F12.
jfOS 8AIB Young Jersey cow to
freshen Feb. 15th. Phone 2209J. 1-15
WANTED Fat, thin and fresh cows,
veal and large calves. Phone 1425M.
WANTED Beard and room, immedi
ately, close in, by business girL
Write M cars Journal tf
DAN KELLAHER LOSfS
OUT 111 DECISION OF
Judgement, Howe?er, Was
Gose, Being Three For A2J
Foot Against Hia.
FOB RENT Bod rooms during legis
lature, I block west of state house.
785 Court St. 1-M
FOB SALE Grey seed oats cleaned
and sacked. Davis Bees, Kt. 4, Sa
WANTED A bicycle. John Conaway,
Gon. Del. 11'
FOR 6ALR Buff Orpington rooster.1
Phone 6SF21. 115 I
FOR RENT Suite of room, in Huh-,
bard fcldg. W. H. Norris, agent, if
WANTED Woman to cook at the Wil
lamette Sanatorium. Apply to 754
Ferry St., or Dr. Cartwright. 1-14
TOP GBAFEB Eoyal Anne trees for
sale, 2123 N. Broadway. Idlewine.
Phone 2493M. 1 15
FOB TBADE 10
WOOD for sale, old fir and oak. Phone
evenings, 8P23. 1-15
i"OB BENT Well furnished, room,
close in, suitable for either one or
two persons, bath and other conven
iences. 640 Chemekota street. tf
WANTED To buy several good dairy
eows, either fresh or to be iresh
soon. 112 Union St., or address S-7
care Journal. 1-18
COMB A-l cows for sale.
Center St. Feed Barn.
1XB SALE Rose Comb
ters. Phone 80t122.
McLAUGHIflN, utility man,
ehort jdbs. Phono 100.
WANTED To buy cattle and caives,
any kind. Phone 1576W. . 2-tt
FOB RENT One two-room apt 491
N. Cottage. Phone 2203. . tf
FOR RENT Two desirable Bleeping
rooms with heat, 3 blocks from state
house; meals if desired. Phone z430
FOR TRADE U acre tract, well im
proved for city proporty or small
acreage. Address E M care Journal.
FOR a typewriter mechamo phone 937.
FOR SALE Equity in good piano. Call
Mrs. Friekey. Phone 742.
FOB RENT Two rooms for legisla
ture, modern, with board. 461 N.
FOR SALE interest in well paying
auto repair business. Will stand in
vestigation. Address 315 care Journ
al office. 1-16
FOR SALE First class No. TFord 5
passenger, good as new. Call at R.
J. Herschback & Son at Capital Ga
FOR SALE 140 acres of first class
land in high slate of cultivation, 100
acres in crop. Price $85 pr acre. w.
H. Grabcnhorst & Oo.,C75 State St.
FOR SALE Twd Mandylee incubat
ors, one 200-egg and one 300-egg, in
good condition. Phone 74F2. , 1-17
liOOANBHRRY plant for sale by J.
P. AspiawaJl, Brooks, Or., Phone 35
FOB SALE Lata model Overland.
Ftmt class condition. See Tarpie; at
Viok. Bros. , 4-16
FOR SALE Or exchange, Kimball pi
iano for team youmg horses, 2400. S.
B. Pearson, Turner, Et. 2 box 55C.
FOR SALE 4 room house and large
lot located on South 12th st. tuce
$600. Terms. W. H. Grabcnhorst &
Oo. 275 State St. 1-14
By a vote of four to three Dan Kell-
aher of Portland lost out this morning
when the supreme court handed down
an opinion In the caca of the- state of
Oregon through J. L. Perkins aesinst
Dan Kolluher involving the question as
to uty Commissioner for Portland.
However, the decision was a close one
with Justices McBride, Bean and. Ben
nett sustaining the legal effect of the
law aad thereby giving the office to
Kellaher, who believed (hat under the
terms of the city chrrte:, Kellaher was
entitled to the office;
Justices Benson, Burnett, Harris and
Johns held the opinion sustaining Per
kins in his contention that Kelialier's
term of office expired .Nov. 1, 1918.
When Perkins was elected city com
missioner of Portland last fall Dan
Kollaher refused to turn over the of
fice to him claiming that by virtue of
his appointment he was entitlde to hold
until iuly 1, 1919. As Mr. Perkins wee
elected for the short term as city com
missioner, he will now tako the office
and hold until the expiration of the
short term, July 1, 1919.
Other opinions handed down were
Mary Doherty, administratiix oi the
estntn of Thomas Doherty, vs. Hazel
Wood Co-, appellants; Multnomah coun
ty; potition for rehearing domed; opin
ion by Justice Benson.
Andrew Morgan Beakey et aL appcl
lants, vs. Clara Knutson, executrix of
the will of C. C. Johnson, et al; Mult'
nomah county; petition for rehearing
denied; opinion by Chief Justice Ma
E. L. Ridley, appellant vs. Portland
raxicab Co.. Multnomah county; suit
for damages for personal injuries; opin
ion by Justice Harris who reverses and
remands ease to lower court, Judge Ueo.
Application of the eounty court of
Lane county for relief in connection
with the appropriation of county road
number 65 by the Willamette facir
company, appellant; Lane county; opin
ion by justice Johns; decision by Judge
Fercy R. Kelly reversed.
Petitions for rehearing were denied
iff Clifford vs. O.-W B. & N. Co.; and
and State vs. Goodnll.
There Was Nothing So Good
for Congestion and Colds
-ft,,t the old-fashioned nrastard-plastei
burned and blistered while it acted. Get
the -relief and help that mustard
plaster gave, wuaous uw piaster aua
without the blister , ,
Mmtemle does IT. u B a Clean, wmic
ointment, made with oil of mustard. It fa
scientifically prepared, M that it works
wonders, and yet does not blister the
lus massara Musterole in with the fin-
DCT-tipa gently. See how quickly it brings
relief how speedily the. pain disappears.
I la. Musterole for tore throat bron
chitis, tonsilitia, croup, stiff neck, asthma,
headache, conaesrion, pleurisy.
rheumatism, lumbago, pains and aches of
the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles,
bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of
the chest (it often prevents pneumonia).
. 30c and 60c jars; hospital size $2.50.
THIS IS YOUR. CITY AND WHAT II IS, OR WILL EE, DEPEM)S ON YOU
POSITION wanted by practical nurse.
Call after & p. m. 666 N. Summer St.
FOR 8ALH-30 pullets and 1 white
Rock rooster, $40 for the bunch, or
1.50 each. Phone 69F21. 1-16
I)Qg KENT Well furnished room, air
' kt. electric linrht and bath. 1510
STOLEN OR LOST Premo film pack,
camera. Finder please phone 26F35.
WANTED Girl for aenoral housework
work. Mrs. Cook Patton, 883 Court
street. Phone 105. tf
This energetic policeman is still on the job, mov
ing all SHORT LENGTHS, ODD SIZESTin
short thoroughly cleaning up our strictly High
grade stock preparatory to the arrival of our
big spring shipments.
FOR SALE Or trade, forty acre home
stead relinquishment in Benton coun
ty Orogon. R. F. D. 2, box 11, Sa
FOR SALE Player piano in good con
dition, with 98 rolls of music, aii
evenings after 6 p. ra., 1383 Marion
St. H. M. Fleming. 1-14
WANTED Man for general ' farm
work and wife for kitchen work; or
woman to do general kitchen work
for 6 or 8 people. Address Gcrvais,
Box 45, .Rt. 2. Phone 3F11. 1-18
CHERRY City Feed Barn,, wants to
4ny poultry, veal, eggs and hides.
Highest price paid. 1-18
3TOR SALE Young Guernsey-Durham
hoifer calf, fine for raising. Phone
1045. . , l"14
FOR SALE Second growth stumpage,
seven miles south on Oregon Elec
tric. Rt. 3, box 217, Salem. 1-15
FOR SALE 1 9x13 shaft governor,
engine and boner complete, cucj
Box 268, Turner, Or.
FOR SALE One fine R L Red male,
2 years old;. 150-egg Mandy Lee in
cubator. Call 1947J between 8 aad
DANDY five aicre tract, all in bearing
orchard, good buildings, nlor.th of
city on highway; a good investment
and a fine Home, szauu. x. u. uuu,
341 State street. 1-15
FOR SALE 320 acre farm, located
7 miles from Salem, 225 acres cul
tivated, large house, barn, rock road.
This is a bargain. Price $6& per acre.
W. H. Grabonhorst Co., 275 State
FOR SALE Well improved 25 acre
tract, not far out. iVj acres of Lo
ganberries, 10 acres prunes, good 8
room Dlastered house, barn,, family
nYchard. on main road. Pr'.ce $12,500,
w h fl-rabmihorst & Co.. 275 State
atrnipt ' 1"1
11 a. m.
WAU. PAPER 15 cents per double roll
npward. Buren'i Furniture Store, 179
CALENDAR for 1919; largo figures
for practical use. Call sa Homer H.
Bmith, the insurance man, MeCor
aac bldg. 118
OLD papers for carpets, ete., H eents
per hundred, call at Journal oftis
MAXWELL for sale, $275. Terms. Me
ehanically perfect Highway Garage
Phone 355. Call 1000 8. ComX tf
LIBERTY BONDS If yoamsat dis
pose of your bonds, we will buy
them. 314 Masonic bldg.
PLENTY of money to toaa on goe
farms; low Interest rates; five years
Sims; privilege to pap 10ft or mnlti
fU on any interest date. Call er
' write H. M. HawkiBS, 81 Masonic
Ud?. Salem. "
I WILL have a car of nice dry oak
wood arrive in about sue weex.
Place your order now if you want
any. John H. Scott, Phone 354 or
FOR SALE A good house, well locat
.J Q .nm hmioA With T.WU line
v " -
near car line, two blocks to ynvea.
street, on graveica sin-er,, bhs"
J w' fmit. Price 2000. $500
auu v- - ' '
cash, balance $15 per month. Gall at
1297 N. 18th St. or see oquare x-otu
i.Jl. Pmrmnv. tf
FOR SALE 6 room modern house, pav
ed street, eorner lot. Price souu. 1
V.L. lorirji Int. 75x150 feet.
ruum bihbj5 -. - -
bearing fruit, pavsd street, good lo
cation. Price $2050. Good 7 room
modorn house, paved street, corner
lot. Price $2800. Good 8 room mod
ern house, paved street, corner lot
Price $2500. W. H. Grabenhorst ft
f OTR Ul.tA AtrPAt. 1-14
SXB RENT 5 acre tract, bearing
fruit trees, raspberry and strawber
ries, all in good order, fcnngalow and
ut buildings, 15 minutes walk from
d of 12th street earline. Call eve
nings 969 South 13th street. M
PBOPLES REPAIR SHOP Clocks,
furniture, usrbrellas nd sho repair
ing. Saws filed, shear and knife
jrrindinig, etc Satisfaction guarantee
S61 Court atreet. R. Wooley. Z 14
USED CAR BARGAINS.
1918 Model 490 five-passenger, rebuilt
and newly painted, oao..
1017 Ford five-pas3enger, 93 per cent
191 Ford roadster, with express
body. Good tires. Just the car for the
farmer to naui prouueo,
m a i ion Ch?vToet thoronehly
Asriv 1 " J ...
overhauled an da bargain ai me v
ed, runs like new. Just the car for bad
roads and hard work-A snap at $o00.
! SOx3'4 Goodyear tires st, while they
348 State Street
Tramping 18 miles a day, Mr. H. M.
Foreman, a mail carrier of Allentown,
Pa., found that shoes with ordinary
soles last about one month. But he
says a pair of Neolin-soled shoes gave
him more than nine months of service,
in which time he walked over 4,000
His experience shows how you may
save shoe money by providing your
familywith Neolin-soled shoes, which
give extra wear where other shoes wear
You can get Neolin-soled shoes in
any type of shoe you want. Prices
are about the same as for shoes that
give only ordinary wear, sometimes
they are even less. If your dealer
hasn't the style you want, he can get
it for you quickly. Remember, Nesiin
Soles are created by science to be what
soles should be. They are available
everywhere for re-soling as well as on
new shoes. They are made by The
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company,
Akron, Ohio, who also make Wingfeot
Heels guaranteed to outwear any
lTute Hut On. u . a. i t. OK.
JOHNSON At her home at Hasel
Green, Tuesday morning at 4:20,
Mrs. F. O. Johnson, aged about 26
years. Death was the re?ult of in
fluenza and pneumonia.
Sho lenvpa husband and three chil
dren. The funeral will be held at the
Webb CJough chapel Thursday morn
ing, Jan. lh, at iu o'ciocs.
HASSLER Mrs. Lorentta D. Hassler,
aged 72 years, passed away munuj,
January 13th, at 9:40 o'clock at her
home in Turner, Ore.
She has resided several years with
nn Ann daughter. Pearf P. Hassler
and Mrs. 'Brm Gidings, the former be
ing the editor of the Turner Tribune.
The body is at the Web ft Clough par
lors at Salem, preparatory to shipment
pwn Oitv. Neb.. Where she will
foe interned by the side of her husband
wlio died many years ago.
Other children who survive her are
Roy D. Hassler of Chicago. Guy W.
Hassler of Berkeley, Oal., and Miss
Florence Hassler of Portland.
GOSS Mrs. Allie Goss passed away
To.nonr ft 1919. at her Home in
T4ral. On. '
fi a. horn in, Freewri. HI., Nov.
fl 1878. Came to Salem, Ore., wnen
twelve- years of age and bad been a
when she came to iBrawiey, ai., ior
her health. , ' i'- '
ovh IS. 1901. she was unitea in
marriage to LoRoy Van Patten, who
j.j v. "treat Bevond"
prweumi jici w .w . ....
in 1904. To them was born one child,
Mable Van Patten, who now survives
In lwl sno was umira iu mo"'6"
v.ito, T.. firms, to whom were tan
three children, Earl, Edith and Edna
Goss of wliom ail survive uer.
H,n v.o oim sister. Mrs. Fred H
Mrs. Goss was a lanniui 'u
flio KvAnmdical church in Baiem, ure.,
and will be greatly missed Dy a noai
Whichever wav we look at it we are
convinced that the newspaper press is
our best friends.
Now in the time to let the chickens
ramble ov-t tho into of your now sum
mcr peace garden.
You piobably never rcslized what a
1 .... mm- -..11
ay yo!J were until a irariic onicer i
cd your attention to it.
Now wouldn't it be a graceful thing
1m tiie rest ui the kings to step down
and out while tUeir reputations are still
JOURNAL Mff ADS PAY
Fashion Enthrones The "Average" Figure
Never before has the Style of the Season been ac
corded such royal welcome from so many women. Fov
this is the year when all the World of Fashion pays
homage to the "Average" figure a type whose ap
pearance is attainable both by figures Slender and
The rare possibilities of this new mode have been
wonderfully developed by the artist-designers of BON
TON corsets. Their inspiring smartness and beauty,
are the subject of endless comment by the customers
thronging our corset department
We are also exclusive agents for the corset whose
designers have lavished attention on the models
made to meet the growing form.
Coupling the Wonderful NEMO Corset
With the two-makes named above, and our Corset department in charge of
fitters who know their business, we are in. a most excellent position to care
for your every corset need
Shop mornings. Our
wide aisles and "mask
ed' sales force offer you
every protection. ,
You can always do better at
Notes From The House
Sam T. Hughes is losing money be
coming a law maker. Mr. Hughes is the
only expert brick mason and contractor
in the House. Aecoruing to tne average
eoneeption, a first elass brick mason
can make more money than a plumber.
By tho way, it was Mr. Hughes who
a few years ago had a little m x up
with the Salem board of education re
garding the two chimneys ho built for
the high school building in Hlilem. Tho
case went to the Oregon supreme court
and Mr, Hughes came out on top.
Mr. Business Man J$
As a matter of economy you
should consult the Journal's
Job Department before placing
vour Drinting-we are satisfying
Salem's leading firms put us
on your calling list. Phone 81
Benjamin C. Sheldon of Mcdford is
the man in the House with the prom
inent under jnw. According to phyBiog-
nomists, Mr. Hhcldon should be a man
of determination and with an iron will.
He is taking an active part in the pre
ceedings and gives the closest atten
tion to the reading of bils and to the
general business of the House.
The ministers of Balom have been
asked by the House to offer prayer and
that privilege will so pitssea around,
according to the wishes of the Salem
Ministers' association. This morning
the privilege was extended to The Re '
Marcus D. Parounagian, Sunday sehoolo
missionary of the M- T. church.
Members of the House will have
plenty of newspapers for their morning
and tfternoon reading. One of the hills
presented and brought up today t for
second reading was that of allowing
each member five daily papers. In ol
der that they may find out just what
the press thinks df thoir proceedings,
each member will bo allowed to choooe
his fivo papers.
Marion couonty will have no "repre
sentative on the all-important commit
tee of Roads and Highways aud there
is just a suspicion that this committee
will have some activo work ou hand.
Portland has two members Gordon and
Kubli. Washington county will be rep
resented by Haines of Hillsboro, Hood
River und Wasco by Mrs. A. Thompson
of The Dalles, Linn county by Childs
of Brownsvillo and Douglas county by
Brand of Roscburg.
While a lot of people in flalem were
worrying and wondering what the
House would do in regard to the in
fluenza situation, it Booms that said
House is so ploased with its present
sanitary surroundings that not a word
has been mentioned about it. As far i
the Rouse is coucerned, no ne wouLT
ever know there was such a thing ..s
L.' .- imiiiiMiiii.rii iiiiiirr-iiiMiiiiiir'--v""' i
Our Want Ads
are the Bait that
catch the Big Fish
Results Try on in
If an advertisement is worth reading; its subject is
Buy HOLSUM BREAD, and prove this axiom.
Housekeepers in general have discontinued home
baking because HOLSUM is the kind of bread they for
merly spent their time in baking.
Size and eye appearances are important, however
repeat orders are what count and are directly the result
of the final judgment that is passed when the bread U
eaten and the taste and nourishing qualities measured.
We make the character of bread the housekeeper
likes and her family likes to e.'it, and improve upon it with
every means at our comman J.
CHERRY CITY BAKING CO.
JOURNAL WANT ADS Pv