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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1918)
" TTUZ PRECOX STATESMAN I fTTjrePAY, JAXTJATtY 1, li7
To tlioso whom Avcall our customers and to those
others -whom w- hope! fo -ll eustmiei-s-.iIeforeiother..
twelfth-month' mils hyftve wish the happiest, good-luekiest t
New Year ever. ' ' ' ' ' . ' '
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' ;. Wft-liope tonsee you many times during' the three liuiulred
and sixty-five day a to coine--and we shall try to conduct our "
business so that your visits here will be among-'tlfe most -pleasant
arid profitable hours of the bright New Year.
: SEND VS YOUR MAIL ORDEDS-Ht KY POSTAGE ;
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The Store closed! all day New Year. V
INTERESTS T COUNTY-MONEY AT 2
PER CENT LEASING EACH YEAR
With all of the Mario nty
money drawing 2 per cent tut-; t It
has yielded Hp an approximate 1 J
of Sso6:-S2.in Interest duringm",
a . statement made , yesterday! t,
all bf (he r-'oun'ty money on Interest
at 2. pr cent since he assumed of
fice three , years ago, and - his state
ment-shows the amount 'derived ;by
the county Jn interest mo;ih ;by
iv'vuiu iur.1 -J to. 19111 ana init. ru
County Treasurer Drager shows. "The ffcerease is shown each year. The
amount is given as approximate tor 1 otal for 19i. was S434G.8T. for
the reason that the amount in Inter- '.516 the amount was $5425.11.
e$t for rIecember cannot yet - l, ' The figures shownk inl
shown definitely, but is estimated nt The figures showing interest
about $600. - It on county -for each month
County Treasurer Urager nas haa j u.; ree years follow: .
January . . '. .
February . . ...
April . .' . . .
May . . .......
'August . . . . .
September . . . .
October . . . .
Totals . ...
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M.346.SI I5.41U1 $8,062.2
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A Woman -Without
Beaiiti f ul H air-
is like a ' Peacock . without
'plumage. . X- 1
TRY Af STANTON ;
It is piven in" the latest -sci-
pntific manlier, .with electric. .
drier, and leares5 the hair
sweet, . soft, . lustrous and:;
I cure Dandruff I
zkd stoy falling
hair. 1-am the 1
only licensed i
Hlifmatdlogstv ' 'I
kih,f scalp'afid J
. hai rspccialist. .
T successfully remove Corns, Bunions, and Tugrbwfittjgf Toe -2.
cils, Wrinkles, , Moles, Warts, Tan, - Freckles, Blemishes. 1
tAnd Superfluous Hair on Face,
Neck or Arms.
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Hair Cut '
513 tT. j; 2ratTBank Bld.
Inqcrial Dermatologist Parlor
DE, STANTON ,.
REV.MR.ELUOTTTatS iWHM i
COMING OF THE KINGDOM ilulANS
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"The Kingdom Come was ithe
text that Uev. Carl II. Elliott-of the
Presbyterian church announced a
his year text Sunday. Jt-Is readily
recognized as one of ? the phases of
the prayer that Jesus gave to Ills
disciples In response to their re
quest that they be taught to pray. '
"'The kingdom of God means the
reign or rnle of GoI." said the min
ister. " God's -will is to be t recog
nized and obeyed fn the individual's
life. His aspirations, motives ana
conduct are to be conformed! to the
heavenly plan and commands.; Ilnsi
ness transactions are not to be car
ried , on as intellectual duels, com
petitors are not necessarily foes, and
where God rales the llfeof commerce
there will be co-6peratton and neigh-
borliness. :. ; k j ,
MOur home life Is . to he 'eonse-
crated.V God's -sway over the family
life is unquestioned ;when the king
dom cqmes to the home and. there is
sweetness ; and , rjanaess; tnere.- ,
"ThA community , and ' the 'city are
to he dominated by this same will of
Ood afid Christmas A with its good
cheer and unselfish helpfulness are
to continued through all the, year
When the kingdom has' f nlly come.-
"Nations are.to obey. the voice Di
vine and go . forth..-to conquer other
nation witb: good will. hundred
uuiuons or aoiiars wm ue appro
priated; to found schools n .Mexico
and another ' hundred 'millions to
send expert sanitarians to China and
agriculturists to make the deserts of
India blossom as the rose. ,
i ' T or it. i Thty are fed twice a
jr. each cow on an average getting
anout the following: 1 Four pounds
ran and shorts mixed. 60 per cent
Shorts. 40 per cent bran; one-half
to one pound cottonseed meal: flf
"n pounds corn ensilage, fifteen
Poinds steamed alfalfa, fed wet an1
mixed with salt bran and- soy bean
ml; then twentv-Tive pounds of
fe. fed after milkiht? and with all
the oats and vetch hay the cows will
lean up at anf time. Br the time
the above rations are doubled to
make the dalr feed, it will be seen
that these cows are not going huh-t
gry. :. .; - -
: In the dairy) none but American
labor is employed, .r.At present they
are Jaborlng: ynder difficulties In
delivering milk in the city on ac
count of the: closing of the bridge.
However, by j keeping teir vehicles
in Salem., the m ilk is brought across
tne, river hyMat and delivery Is
nade to their j atrons in the usuat
manner. ..." . i
" r They specially invite their patrons
to visit the dairy and inspect the
manner in whtcik the milk Is pro
"This fa something of the ylsion
that ' Jesus had :for the fiVoy., ia
reign of righteousness - andI vye
everywhere .the world oonna-J a
kingdom which He came.fo founi,
"For the coming of io;h a rule a
Hpht, lie taught !U followers (to
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"I am snr' however, .that Jesus
did not mean ns simply 'to learn
theses words hy heart and recite
them formally with our lips. Aus
tin Phelps speaks of 'the Tomance .in
prayer, referring. to Uhe. very com
mon practice of praying for som-
tking that the petitioner floes not
really desire In' his inner heart but
prays for because he knows' that it
Is what he ought to; want.7: 'Angust
ine tells of praying lrd make me
phfe but not Just now.1 " J ;
"Itather Jesfs would have ns
pray for the coming of the kingdom
in the sense of making It the -'dominant
desire f onr hearts, to seja
phrase of l)r. Fosdick's. - The coming
of Ike rule of right, the reign of God
Is to, be the commanding, consuming
longtog of-our lives.Ve are to wait
that more. than hapipness or weahjh
or power. J It Is to be. out ohsessis(n
and osr passion. 1 $
"And if it becomes a passion with
its thea it means that we e'nlist under
its baaner and commit ourselves to
Us propaganda. - st t
"VVe will .not quibble over small
differences, of opinion. We will not
hold ourselves aloof because we must
work, next'to Ignorant, or unattract
ive or even faulty folks! i '
TVlrO more cooking by guess- ; -work.
Electric cooking is r '
"rejpladng guesswork with
: cn almost scientific exactness. It 4 ' .
makes cooking successes the rule, i '
failures rare. It gives food a
richer, better flavoc, a deliciousness - v :
before unknown, - The Hughes - '
Electric Range is setting this new : .
standard of cooking excellence -4- ; '
making a nation of better cooks i
Th absolotl7 rven hat of a Hughes
Electric Rang gives a Uniformity of
results hitherto impossible. Constant
watching is unnecessary; the results as ' " '
assured .ia advance. ;- . -Ah ,. -
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The Hughes Electric osren, with its
heavily insulated, best retaining walls,
saves greatly in meat shrinkage and.
gives the meat finer, better navo&
Cakes and bread rise evenly and brown i
uniformly, because of the wonderfully
even heat throughout the ovvn. There
are no air currents to carry off the rich ,. ,
juices, nor gaseous fames to contaminate -the
tood. . & 4 tf.
With such a range as this, every woman . 4
. can become ai better cook. When to her
care in preparation Is added perfectioa
in cooking, is It any wonder that Hughe .
Electric Ranges, are being bought by, '
' thocsands, that every range installed in '
'neighborhood becomes the center of
growing group of users? v V v- 'V j Xh -
I-et us tell you more about the cleanhV I
ness and' convenience of .the .Hughes I
Elecbic Range, and show yon bow much r
better results yoi can obtain with it thad
wiUbacy othif cooking method. " ; r.
ELECTHI0 LIGHT CP. 1."
PINCKNEY BROS.' dAIRY
One of the sources of in tlk supply
In the city of Salem is the ' well-
known j Pinckney Brothers dairy.
This is an incorporated business and
was formerly i owned by the Pinck-
ner Brothers, but riiirinp- the last
season the. stock t of the corporation
was purchased by S.' V- Thompson,
K. R, Blair and Nell X.Blair. Mr.
I Thompson is president of the com
pany, Nell X. Blair, vice president,
and K.'R. Blair secretary and man
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-This dairy ranks amon the best
In the state in the quality of .its-production,
;"i and has 'one' of the lowest
bacteria tests of any. ' . ' v . !- f
in the; dairy there are about, sixty
cows, mostly ; jiign-grade ;. Jerseys,
i which Insures the' richest of milk.
The milk is produced under sani
tary . conditions. The cows udders
are washed before each milking.
and the milk is Immediately cooled
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In a jChill Hlng cooleto a tempera-.
ture of 52 degrees before bottling.
The milkers uses clean, white snit3
and wasbthlir hands before milking
eacn cow. ; cows are tubcrcularly
tested end shew a clean bill of health
and any ne cows must be tested
ana pass a strict examination nerore
entering the herd. .They make n
specialty of poducine;,Uk for baby
food and guarantee 44J parity and
wholesomeness. " The milk lis now
under, the supervision Of Mi; Pinclcj
ney, jwho hasfull charge, of th0
handling' of the milk and bottles. - j
Vhen the einpty , bottles are rei
turned,, they are given a: thorough
cleaning '-under two sets of brjrsjies
and washed tbrongh two' Raters,
fhen they are thoroughly sterilized
and pnt- under showct- and cooled.:
All milk utensils are scalded and
steamed.. ' Jt1 "
In the feeding ef the cows the ut
most, care is used : that they bav?
only good,, wholesome ; food and
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CORINNE GRIFFITH AND . AN
ALL-STAB VITAGRAPH CAST
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A MUNICIPAL REP0RT
TWO ADDED COMEDIES
LL STIFF & SON
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About eight years ago. E: T. RtiTf
bought a -small stock, of second hand
goods and started business under a
te.nt on the loti where now sfands
the RTth Grocery company's1 build
ing. By application to business, Mr..
Stiff increased his stock and moved
to the, McXarv and Ptulz building,
lie expanded his business and added
a line of new furniture. From that
time on, the business has prown by
leaps and bounds;. till the firm; now
controls six busy stores with a stock
of. over fGftiOOO. This firm has a
branch, at Silverton. and one at Al
bany, besides the four stores. In Sa-"
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FeveiL years p$o. his son. If. I
oit, ; !fft:hjs position with the ITnl
t4States Nations bank; land be
came a' member f the firm. ITe at
onf V.kn active pnrt and proved
to k chin off the old block.
The magnitude of the business
rnn by tSns fjrm jg surprising to the
uninitiated a Short time ago. they
sold a $". Mil of furniture to be
shipped to nei anif wash. An
other large bni f furniture was
sent .tO)iP&scAVash. : They have
made'fVrse sklents to Marhfreld,
Bandon. and Sr dtstant 'points.
This shows thkt jlcir business is
not confined to tbtPtall trade, bnt
includes , a smashing wholesale busi
ness as well.
A short time r ago ey Indued
Major-Willis i to tear ln the old
snacks on his lots on Crt street,
and build a lne; three Wy brick
bnildlns: espcJaJly fpT 'tb. i hrtsi
ness, which they have leased for a
long term. ThhT Wfilding ia4 by
S4 feet, and is' filled, with goods Vora
i.ip to bottom, f This building laa
credit to Salem and its erection,
due to the enterprise of E. L. Stifl
& Son. .' " i . - . '- ' ' - .. .
Mr: Stiff, senior, has charge of
the, store at Albany, and II. Ij. Stiff
manaaes the business m Salem, f in
addition to furniture thvy also carry
the Ahefman, Clay it fos line of
Stcinvjay and other plates, and are
exclastve agents for the ?athe talk-
lng mathines. : 1 ;
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DRS. BRIGGS AND3L0YD, OF P0HTL IiD, 0REG0II
, These physicians, In,,adltiont lo
their chiropractic practice le ctfcer
means in their drugless tT Ltments.
Among these is Iho '
viourr kav.ti:e-t jsr.
It tones nerve centers, nK-c end
ings, and all nerve funcSf the
muscular fibers and; bloodvessels.
It is a tonic to the section ot
glands and the excretory, jnctions
of all organs of the. body to the
skin, and a tonic to the petite.
It fills you with the radian! energy
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Chiropractici of City
which Increases yr vitality your
It Is a natsrl foe of disease. They
have other ni-Ka"11 and clectrl-
eal apparato k h leY uc:
cessfulfy in the f Puttee They are :
among the mot eminent nd -sue-cessf
ul "htroprictors in Portland.
Thev Inite i&ronie cases where
n. -t- officers arc on tno
?mh floor of 5;Ji-rf;.
Portland and i.iany from all larts
ir' JL" are numbered amon
their "patients. ;
Be Watchf 1 of
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l liinlirv in .
(The Best Quality
W 'fir the Least Money
1 Ceylon or Japan c FuiilFeht
WE THANK f 0U, ONE MO ALL,
FOR YOUR PATROflAGE OF THE PAST YEAR
AND WISH YOU A VERY HAPPY HEW YEAR
Cherringtpn & St: li
COURT STREET, S ALU
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Salem Postmaster Busy fi
Officially and For Bene-
fit of Everybody ?
To Ihc public 'whose loyalty and co-operation liave made
'"rWsiblf'lli'trr conduct of otrf business during the
and to extend our sincerest vishcs-
)r, a happy and pros
perous new year.
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; 1 Start" the New Year Off Right j
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Aeain. Aueust Huckestein, post
master of Salem." extends greetings
and wishes for a happy and prosper
ous New Year to all the patrons or
the s?alenv.tostofflce and this Is a
rather large" family.1 when alV the city
residents. and-all the country people
Ton the rural routes are considered.
Mr. Huckestein gives full time ana
overtime to the business of the Salem
postoffice; Tut: he "does not forget
his duties as -a'eitizen,- and he man-
iron to- rive some attention con
stantly to helping his cityin varlouj
ways, file is a Salem booster ana an
Oregon booster, and' be is always
ready to put his shoulder to the
wheel in every forward roovem.ent.
and in the general movements ror
the rood of humanity. -X
5 For twenty-six years Mr. Hucke
stein has been prominent In business,
social and political circles In Salem.
Prior to beginning his services as
postmaster, he was ensiaged In mann
facbiring cigars ia this city.
Is Ikmnrrailr Iemler.
; He has been one of the leaders' of
the Democratic nartv in this section
snd an active campaign worker n
has-been a loyal supporter of the
commercial club and prominent in
all nroaressive movements.
: The active management of the
Iflgar factory has been taken over by
a son. Aiiatint K.' Hurkesiein. anu
If he clears from th'is factory are la
idemand.' Their Ia Corona has for
vears been one of the best -sellers on
jth market and their Hy.grade has
found 'great favor.;
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i HAD T1IF R1P THItKU WKKhS.
j With-, Jannary- roraes lagripp
Lingering colds seem to settle in the
System, causing one to ache all over
feel feverish and chilly, tired, heavy
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ana- aroopm. -jirs. iizzie iji-?,,
Henderson, Ky,," writes": "My daugh
ter bad lagrfppe for three weeks. I
eave her Foley's Honey and Tar and
now she is all right, J. C. Perry.
This Is the' best goat coontry In
the world. Osegnn has more pure
bred Angora, goats than any other
state, and there is room for ten for
every one here cow, and profit fn the
Industry. ',. ''
t ) Come to Oregon . If you want to
raise the best apples in tho world,
pr pears, or cherries, or prunes or
most anv other old thing in the llu
of fruits that. grow in the temperate
MAY1918 : .
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Turn over a iev leaf
V. USE-IV .
Cnnt -Vh A r:uch
And Ride on a 1 c Satis
faction throaz' Ye Ilea Yczr.
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