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THE OREGON STATESMAN, -'SALEM, OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1025
THE GOSPEL ACCOmWG,
TO ST JOHN ,
v i- Rev. ERNEST H. SHANKS, Pastor of the
First Baptist Church I rfc
i J)' ; John 4:43-54. -Second Visit to Cana."
Galileans believe. ' 43-43.
J Ira tins nobleman's son, 46-51.
V - . 'Memory-verse: "41, 48, 50, 5X
WJIKREVER Jesus, wppt lie preached the Gospel and blessings
. flowed out from His ministry. His own Tillage, Nazareth, would
not-receive., Him so He turned again to Capa where be wrought His
first, mh-acle.. The pride of men .always works agalost God and hin
ders Ilti" blessings. No one ver appealed to Him lo rata, but the
haughtyjnsul cannot receive His " Help. The humble pleading noble
man received the blessing. Nazareth scorned Him. They who reject
God's nj esaenger' are not worthy of His blessing Every sincere seeker
after truth, blessing and healing has fonnd Him ready to hear and
help. Only sin and unbelief can stop the blessings' of God in Christ
Jesus. ; : - ' " ' - ' ' .- ' ' ' '
ftl 1 "A prophet hath no honor in1 his own country.? I
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r "Jlxcept; ye see signs and , wonders ye will tfot . believe,? . 1 ,
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"Go. thy. way, thy son liveth." , j .
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7 So'thq father knew that it was at the same hour,! in which Jesus
said untbhim, Thy son liveth: and himself. believed and. his whole
Bouse. 1 v . . , , - , - -
vCome, ye, disconsolate, where'er ye languish, j
Come, at the mercy seat, fervently kneel; ;
Here bring your wounded; hearts, here tell your languish,
" Earth' has ho sorrow that heaven cannot heal.
.Here dwells' the Father; lore's waters are streaming
V - Forth, from the throne of God, plenteous and pure;
Come to. His temple for mercy redeeming; !
j Earth has no sorrow that He cannot cure.
"Here waits the Saviour, all gentle and loving; !
-'.i 'Ready to meet us. His grace to prevail; I ...
- On Him cast the burden, trustfully coming; r
". Earth has no sorrow that. Christ cannot heal.
Here, speaks the Comforter, Light of the ,straylnbg,
l-'.-'r 'Hope of the! penitent,' Advocate sure;. r : ' v ;
' Joy of the desolate, tenderly saying, j !
: "Earth has no sorrow My grace cannot cure."
'- " -- T-V liYV' f THOMAS MOORE.
Extension. loi be tlada on
5: Electric Line of - Liberty
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Final; plans 'are being mado for
the extension of the electric pow
er serjlce 05 the. Salem depot of
th Portland Electric Power com
pany to one and eighth-tenths of a
rORVLAMO amo xArruc'orricKs
. 'TH2 unparalleled suctes of the tr.
X Chaa. J. Den non-aurglcal method
cf treajtnt files and other rtxftal and
tolon :!ments.bcs. bulls, an organlta
ttoa of highly trained ipetalistt to care
for ' the atienea who cotna from . all
Btts of the-WcsC is ? . - v .
ie akill of tbe tdmllwtt it proved
by the uncpiAllfia GUARANTEE
that each Pile ufferer la cured or
fee; Ilf FUNDED no tnahe how
;.:"irlant ttanlni . or IoW
r W- sereCB hJ case a"y be; v
mile west from the Liberty store,
south of Salem.
With the new addition to the
line, 16 customers will be seryed,
with an approximate cost ' of
1160. This is an average cost of
172.25 for each; customer, al
though, the actual cost to' some of
the v customers . varfes from 60,
7Q and $83 each.; '
Customers , to . receive the new
service are: W. ?J, Fair.' J. R,
Rains, C. H. Denser, William Zos-.
el, F. Devlin, G, E. Brooks, P. St
Denser, A. E. Free, ' Mrs. ' if.
Shields. W. . Neons, tF. E. Turn
er, E." Dougherty, Carey Fv Martin
and N. E. Gunnell. It Is said - one
man has not signed up as yet, but
from all indications It is expected
a full sweep will be made.
Veterans to Trayet in
'Real Old Army Style
With a field.; kitchen installed
In the baggage car and- cooks and
kitchen-police busy preparing food
for hungry veterans; the American
Legion special -will . ; leave Salem
for Corvallis Saturday evening at
6:10 o'clock. j '
' A. big' gathering of the, Ameri
can Legion men Js scheduled for
tha time, which will mark the be
ginning of district conventions for
the state. Posts at Woodburn, Sa
lem, Silverton and Albany are
sending contingents on the 'special
Chamber of Commerce W,ant
Iew Timbers; Action j
- ' Is Stressed
. A. progressive, active Chamber
of Commerce is . absolutely neces
sary for a. live community,"; was1
the contention of Oscar M. Smith,
former secretary-treasurer of the
Portland Ad club, luncheon speak
er at, the "Chamber" of Commerce
yesterday noon." "Disband the ac
tive Chamber of Commerce' ni
you will : destroy that force that
builds up In thecommunity. In
dividual efforts do not count, but
the-efforts o'f the organized body
in;the community is the force that
builds. u : "T
, "The Chamber of Commerce is
the recognized center of develop
ment, for the community and is
the fundamental foundation for
any progressive work," was "the
declaration of the speaker, who
clinched his argument with-the
fact thaj "a man must give some
thing "to his community, when he
takes out something-. ; He may
have temporary success, but. he
must build' on something differ
ent, for, a success that Is lasting..
5 "Activities of the Salem Cham
ber, of; Commerce arek attracting
the attention of 'the state. As a
result legislation is watched care
fully to see . that no certain . part
of the state shall not, be developed
at the. expense of the smaller com
munities." : i
The membership mpvemept in
the Salem organization will get
underway" : Wednesday evening,,
when- a free dinner will ; be given
the workers at the Chamber of
Commerce. At the meeting work
ing, mates will be selected by the
members of the, organization for
the work that Is to begin, T
A request to voice an opinion
on the sale, of the.' Washington
school brought' a few responses
for, those' who desired to haye; the
Salem school board keep the prop
erty, .while the majority: of: the
Chamber of - Commerce were "sil
ent'on the matter. -"-t.
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Southern Pacific train, 'if
' The train Is scheduled ' to leavo
for Corvallis at Trade and Com
mercial streets J
Silver Creek Creamery Is
u - Name of Silverton Firm
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SILVERTON, Ore.. March 9.
( Special, j The new, creamery
which' John' Kubernessr; former
manager of the Silverton cream
ery company, is building has been
named the Silver Creek' Cream
ery! It receives its name from the
creek which"- runs through Silver
ton . and passes but a short . dis
tance back of the new creamery.
The . butter .which Mr. Kuberness
will make will be . known as the
"K. M B," which when translated
means, "Kuberness ' Makes the
Best." The author-of the name
was Mrs. F. V. Treadgold. and it
was selected out. of 'five -hundred
offered in reply to the advertise
Published; by Any Newspaper
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(QilUide of Portland)
V Appeared; in Sunday's. Statesman
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TWtO FULL ! PAGES OF
REL' ESTATE tITIJSGS:
Including: Business Opportunities, Vacant Property, City Property, Subur
" ' ' bar Property an( Find Pfopey
The. Grater part ! of Twq. Rages of
Miscellaneous Classified7 Ads
Including 269 wanjs and offerings of people in the Salem district
Giants ' ifQ38 Inches;
, r The remarkable growth of the Statesman classified columns can
- bo attributed to nothing else bu the fact that these ads bf-jno; the
i ' results rJesircd. Hundreds of people supply, their wants and" dis '
iwsiq of the. things they- have to sell'through the Statesman classi
' ffetT columns and it Jis their testimonies broadcasted to others that
is helping "build these columns. - '
- Jf yoii have anything 4o sell, trade, or if you want to .buy anything, look-;
; Injf for, some' business opportunity, a home, farm or; even a loan you will
find, these 'cplurqrt of great assistance to you. '. " .
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Jus! Phone 3 or 583
nihil or; Ering : Your Ad; tpr
;i: 'I ' :) miM? .StEteSEl; ; Offifel::
; The . tonic . and- laxative
effect of Laxative BROMO
QUININE Tablets will for
tify the system against Grip,
Influenza and 'other serious
Ills resulting 'from a Cold.'
. The box bears this signature
ment of Mr. .Kubernesa for a new
name for his butter. Coolldge and
McClaine bankers,' acted 'as judges.
Bits For 'Breakfast
Beans coming back
At-least one Salem cannery will
put up string beans this year.
; Beans Is the Slogan subject for
Thursday's Statesman. If you
knowt beans," please .help the
Slogan editor. ' Today, or tomor
row. . .. :
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; Half the world doesn't know
how the other half ; lives, except
that it doesn't' live at home.
- Of 325 ships known to be In the
rum-running trade on the Atlantic
Coast 308 are flying the British
flag. The Scotch whisky is said to
be getting eo weak that it needs
a powerful stimulant. ' This is sup
posed to be furnished by the Brit
Modernsim: Blinding head
lights; 'fifty miles an hour; "un
aroidable accident." . i-. . ... ., .
The people who come early to
avoid the rush generally find that
every one else has done the same.
: With alfalfa at $60 a ton it is
no wonder that the majority of
our citizens are .buying' gasoline.
At this rate it costs less to run an
auto stage than a coach and four.
Los Angeles Times.
i Movie crowds teach us that
Americans are on the side of any
body who is coming to the rescue.
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The inauguration supplied a
new shade, "Coolidge gray"--suggesting
the cool, gray: dawn of
retrospection and payment of the
bills. - May it. long continue in
fashion. v r
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' Frank G. Lrogan, Tice president
of the Art Institute , of Chicago."
has in his possession - a necklace
which is said to be the oldest ob
ject fashioned' by man which has
ever been unearthed. . The beads
'composing tne necklace, says W.
J. Sherwood' of the Art Institute,
are p ro bably ; 75,000 .years 'old.
They are made of ivory, deer ant
ler and polished'stone.' ; They were
found in a cave at La Blancbard,
In the chest
4pply Red Pepper at once
Not a plaster, not mustard. Not
any old-time method. 'The J mod
ern, way Is Red Pepper Rub.'
! Nothing; else applies such con
centrated.; such penetrating beat.
And heat that doesn't hurt. The
old ways can't compare.'
Rub, it on tbo. chest , where con
gestion exists.; A. cold Is. conge
tlon, you know. At once you fee
the tingling, penetrating heat. Cir
culation starts, congestion ' is re
lieved. And soon you will feel the
cold loosen." .'"
This Is just the age-old method
of dealing with a cold, perfected
by modern science. Red pepper,
applied In this way, does what old
ways could not, do. Use itonc
and.'you' will use it always. Tha
difference will Quickly show. "
' Bui have it 'ready -get . it now.
Erery, hour saved at the start of
a. cold. may. save, many hours. I
trouble. Be ready to loosen it at
once. 1 : ....
Chamber oftGommefce Bulf
letirt Shows iHow Ropula
' ' tion Is Computed' I
Jnevery issue of the Chamber
of i Commerce Bulletin interesting
features of Salf m are; told, j 14
the issue of March 9, the questiob
is asked: "How does the; Chamber
of Commerce figure Salem has a
population of 2S.000?" "j ... J j
Figures have jbeea secured thajt
show-the. growth of the city dur
ing the past fivje years.; Records
ol the. postal rejeeipts, water coxi
nections, telephones, school cen
sus, building permits, electric cus
tomers. "In add tioh these records
are compared w th other cities 'off
Oregon to show Just where Salem
is ; standing at i he. present tlmej:
1919 ; postal tecelpt4 I$10tL469
; 194 postal' fecelptSp ;$174,489
Increase of 62.3 per cent.
Jan.'l. 1920, water con-
; nections . . .. . . .?,47
Jan. l,192o,' water con
i .nections . . . .... .5,233
I An Increase of 4& per cent.
I Daring! the period between Jan
uary i, 1920. and.' the same date
in 1925. an increase of 1,166 tele
phone1 connections a raise of 29
p?r cent during the five-year per-
fl i '.K ; M - - --T'
A 80 per cent increase - in the
"enrollment of students in the Sa
leDi. Schools, is noted during the
.sajme period. Front November 1,
1S19.! .until November l". 1924,
jl251 additional pupils were reg-
lsterea.. i , . ; .
jovr 400 per cent increase In
the' biuilding activities of the city
afe noted from 1920 until 1924.
In. Salem for the last year bulld
i4g permits for a' total of $1,843,
yas i recorded., j ;-
IThfe eljectrlc customers showed
rise' of 73.7 per 'cent for the
st five jyears. On- January, 1920,
3,639 wete reported, while on Jan
uary 1, 1923. 6.322 were listed.
j In comparing Portland and Sa
l?ra t H shown j that during the
past five years Salem has held her
"'1919 and 1924. ..-.400 19 $.9
Fcts and Estimates
1920 poulatlon of Salem. ..17,679
1925 population estimate .23,000
Increase 3 0 per cent;
It looks as if 23,000 was "esti
mating the "population at too low
a figure. - .
own, I The following concise re
port tells the story:
j j j j . i 1 Salem, Port.
Water! connections ...40 22.7
Postajl receipts, 4 62.3 62.9
Ljight connections .... 73.7 58.5
Telephone connections , 29.5 2S.2
Celebrated By Phone Qo.
SILVERTON, Ore., March 9.
(Special.)- The Interurban Tele
phone company of Silverton has
celebrated ita,20th anniversary. Of
the forty-fivp charter" subscribers
thirteen still remain. These, aro.
Julius Mm, Mrs. E. J. Brown,
Oscar Cavender, M. E. DcQuire.
Fischer Flonring f Mills, : J.; E.
Hosmer, Kinney & Porter, The
Silverton Appeal, S. T. Station, Dr.
J. W. Welch. C- M. Wray, Dr. E.
A. Wrightman, J. Wolfardv Kath
ern 1 Mathews - was! the first; day
operator and P. L. Brown, who
now5 owns, the company, was? the
first night operator.
The MoFniiag GfoiicE
Tt i easv to end in an hour -
Just add a sparkle; to your rising, glass
Why are so many people cross
In the mornings?
Just because the stomach Is upset.-
The bowels are clogged with
Drink a glass of water upon ris
ing, hot or cold. That washes out
the stomach' and prepares it for
Add to that water a little Jad
Salts. That' makes the water acid,
salty, effervescent. A delightful
drink. Jad Salts are made from
the acids of grape ' and lemon,
combined with lithia, etc.
Then, lo and behold. In one
hour comes elimination of the'pol
sons and the waste. The system
Is' freed, the spirits are revived.
Ton' start the day fit and happy
What a pity, not to "use them.
Think, what lost days mean. And
just" a little Jad Salts . in your
morning glass changes everything.
Try ; this tomorrow morning-.
You will live two . days in one.
And never again will you let these
poisons cause a dull unhappy day.
Every druggist sells Jad' Salts.
Adv. ' .
Bunding permit values
SALEM jli ALBANY
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m r romi lvionaav
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V 7TJ OU Will ' llllU Uic
of the yretk
sairie low prices. People order from Busick's Stores any
with the assurance and' knowledge that the prices they pay
are the lowest ib be had These prices good as long the; present stock lasts, or
market changes :
Cane and. Berry Pure Cane
Sugar, 100 IbJ
Dari Gold Milk '
3' i -cans
Crystal White Soap, 6 bars
Borden's. Milk, per case,
' Dan Gold Milk,
Naptha Scraps 10 bars
Small Brbank iPotatbes,
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Netted Gem Potatoes, nice-
1 ; 1 . J
smooth, large stock,
100 lb. sack !
No. 5 box
2 for 5c
Crown Flour, 49 lb, sack
; Gold Medal, 49 1b. sack,
: Best Valley Flour, 32:25
Olympic, 49 lj. sack 2.29
! No. 10 size Crystal
White-- - J.,.:79c
- No. 5 .size Crystal
v White .. -il 4Qc
) NfplO Ambqr ... 77c
; Nb 5 Ainberi :...........39c
" - " 11 "
Fancy Blue Rose Rice,
12 lbs; i... ...T.99c
I MM Aaiiw i - - n i i 1 1 ii ,i ii
; Oregon Navy; Beans,
12 lbs i....:..........93c
4 lb. pkg. Market Day
2 lbs. Golden Dates
3 lbs, Gem Nut Margarine
Large can Preferred Steele
Sliced Pineapple, pjpreaif
No. 1 size New. Pack
Oysters,' per "can :
Our3 every, day. prices are saving many dollars for r
ri !. -I..' : cl .iLjr. i - t.
j va&ciii a uinriy nousewiVcS
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