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THE OREGON STATESMAN Si
THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1927
Tlfee Oregon Statesman
ltsd Daily Eieapt J oaday fey
THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPAKT
215 Seutk Comtnareial 8t BaUm, Oreroa
ft. J. Heaariekt - - - Manarr
"Ym w.Jk.. JMaara- Editor
Irl S. McSaerrT - - - Kiitor
Ralph C. Curtia - - - Telegraph Editor
- Itdnl B-k ; - - Society Editor
W. H. Hendanon Circulation Manager
Ralph H. KletxiBg: - Advertiainf Manager
Frank Jaakoakj - - Manager Job lpt.
E. A. Rhotem - - - - - Livestock Editor
W, C. Conaar - - r - Poultry Kditor
MEKBEB OF THE ASSOCIATED FXESS
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aUapatchea credited to it or not othcnrUa credited ia thia. paper and alao tha local
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Society Editor .
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! Job Department
Kew Dept. 23 or 106 Circulation Offica
Entered at tha Poat Office ia Salem. Oregon, a aocond-elaaa matter.
- - ' . April 7, 1027
A "oft answer turneth away wrath; but grievous words stir up
anger. The tongue of the wise useth knowledge aright; but the
mouth" of the fools poureth out foolishness. Proverbs 15: 1-2.
God and You
A LENTEN MEDITATION
By the Rev. Charles Stelzle
God has blessed the Church.
Its organizations have been greatly multiplied in every part of the
world, having a membership of many millions. -
v It does not profess to be an association of superior people.
' -' But' it offers a comradeship along the whole way of man's piU
3 To .those who are baffled' and burdened and ber.ten, it holds out
r the hand of f riendship.' -
IBut chiefly, it points the way toGod, Who is the "Giver of all com
fort,'' the Source of all strength.
J Mi J
COLORING THE CHINESE NEWS
or may produce many crops malting good silage. And It often, hap
pens, !n this district, when there are unseasbnable summer rains of
early fall frosts, that a silo is the only thing: that can save some crops
from waste - j
And it extends its benefits beyond this 'our seasons; for silage
will last and be in good condition for several years.
Most of the great milking records are niadi? with the use of silage;
most of the great beef records are made in tie same way. Silage is
the prime requisite of the dairyman; and, by the samersign, it aids
the breeder of all other live stock and also the. poultryman.
In the Salem district one is not confined to corn for tulage or to
corn and sunflowers. He has all the legumes, most of the grains;
and several of the grasses.; and even some of the weeds even the
Canada! thistles and corn aid clover are as great as a balanced
ration as cprn and alfalfa are in the districts where alfalfa is the
The silo pays for itself the first year, and it goes on making a
profit equal to or above its cost each year. Is there any other facility
on the farm for which these words can be truthfully spoken?
There is, a constant increase ins the number of silos in the Salem
district; the increase has of late Meen growing greater and greater;
tUe new ones are multiplying faster than ever now; but there is room
for ten silos for every one, now found on our farms.
Silps have aided in making' MaricSa the leading corn county in the
Pacific northwest, an d Polk county .second. It win aid in matting
these two counties predominant in the field of the legumes, and the
trail of benefits' from such a distinction will be long and well marked
with the evidences of general thrift and prosperity.
The Salem district is headed towards being the richest farmintg
section, of the United States, and of the entire world, and the silo is
bound to be one of the agencies in bringing about and speeding up
the process of this development, making for the most contented and
progressive population to be found under the shining fuin. Our soil
and sunshine and showers, and our silos, sound forth the tocsin of
solid and enduring prosperity.
" Additional long distance telephone circuits up and down
the Pacific coast provide an increase of 50 per cent in facili
ties for conversation between Oregon and Washington points
in the north and California points in the south. Significant
evidence of the growth that is taking place in this section and
the closer contact and unity of spirit that is evident among
POKTLAN1K April 6. AP) Bid to
farmer: Milk steady: bost .churrune
rri'um 42c in valley. del?verd l'ortland
4 "- ier pound. Raw I k 14 per cent)
cWi. f. o. b. Portland.
Poultry sti-ady: hravy 1imi CofSMf ;
l;etit J'2'c: priis nominal; broilers
:'0t 31c- pekin white duck- '2c: colored
nominal: turkevs live nominal; dreed
, On ior steidy: lcal 5 .. VI.
Potato- $l.."06if 1.H5 sack.
rnreip'a 1T. inrliitlinc 170 dirtM-t: Pack--ii
lioff, rti$:h and Nrnnoth M.75 4l 1 0.
Sheep end ,lainr., nothing offered ear
ly; steady, quiet. i
rORTLAKD, April 6,-(.I')
". Hie. net jre-: Tlntter,
42He; tandards 4c: prime
i3t; iirsis 'jc.
-..-. extra -J3c: firs 2e; pulli-ts and
current receipts 19c.
IlKEAI) SACRKI) IV Hl.SSIA
PORTLAND, Ai.ri! fi. lAf'l Wheat,
hid: AIM hard -Mte 'April. May $1.37;
hard Sthite. BS. Baart. Apt. May $1..T.T;
fd;f in iioff -hiie wenttrn whit Anl
i.:rj',: hari winter Api.. juy i n is consiaerea a mortal pin to
MOSCOW In Russia bread is
held in sacred veneration. Tt Is re
garded as a gift from heav&i and
The idea of jan increase in manual training instruction in
the Salem public schools, leading up to a school of trades in
the East school; building, is gaining in favor. Healthy sign
Salem has a right to be a leader in this field. Her manifest
destiny calls for leadership. This is an industrial center
and will be more so; and faster with the training Cf our'
young people in the occupations they are to follow when the
grow up. - i ' '
: northern sorinff A'1.. Ma v fl.3'J;
Astern r-d Apt. May $l.r!0.
Ial. N. 2. I'.'i jio!:nd wliit- feed Ap'..
M.v f .:t ".(): ditto gray Ap.. Msv $35.50.
Barlev. X. 2, 4 . pound BV Apl.,
imti. No. 2 KY (.hipmctu Apl.. $36:
Millritn. standard Apl., May
The Slogan man wants you to read the interview on the
goat industry in this issue. There is a vision of great things.
Who is to say it is not a true vision a vision, but not
visionary? Sounds big. But is it not big in possibilities?
Is it not bigger than all the gold and oil of California, as the
man interviewed thinks it is ?
l(lin;.ANO. April, fi. (API Hay.
-nit; j irice : K:isern tr-:ron timothy
1 ?' 22 : ditto vallev . 1 7 ti 1 7 0 : cheat
1 ..'; alfalfa fl8(! 1H.5; oat hay
Jll.1i: oat and vefh $16.50 (S 17 : straw
$." per ton. Selling prices $2 a ton
fFlICAfiO. April 6. .API Wis e-c-pint
business from North America To
gether with uuexpe. ted upturns in quo
tations at Liverpool led to higher prices
tody fur wheat. The market closed
firm at t-4 to 1 3-c net gain, corn
1 1-p to 1 5-8o up. and oats showing
3 8 to l-2c ris-e.
1-ORTLANU. April o fAP ( attle
and calves fully steady: receipts 180.
Hogs, little on early, easy tendency;
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
I Established 18681
General Banking Business
CMTictt Honrs from lo m, m. to 8 p. m.
w away a crust.
f The Associated Press is supposed to be absolutely free
from propaganda, political, religious, social and other forms
j And It is very largely so
But there can be no such thing completely.
jr Take the case of the Chinese struggle. Take the news of !
yesterday out of Pekiri.
I It tells of the activities of the Cantonese forces near
,..( Telh of the possible sweep from the northwest by Marshal
Feng, "once known as the 'Christian general,' and leader of
-the Kuoniingchun or national people's army"
I And that, "should Tientsin be seriously endangered, the
'powerful and undefeated' forces of Marshal Chang Tso-lin,
the Manchurian war lord, would be forced to withdraw from
f, And so on.
j: The "powerful and undefeated" tatterdemalions of old
Chayig have ben licked ta a frazzle twice by the "Christian
general," when he was ten times weaker than he is now
Lacked and sent scurrying back to Manchuria.
Indeed Pekin will'bo untenable for the ragged Chang hire
lings, and very soon.v ,
I But the sneers of the propagandist news forces under
British tancl perhaps American) control at Pekin persist,
even in the face of the certain defeat of the forces in which
they are in sympathy and have long been
4 The reactionary forces of the robber governors of the
provinces, who are and have been favored by the British and
Japanese (and perhaps American) news agencies.
, Is it any wonder that the upstanding patriots of China,
like Marshal Feng and the two sons and the widow of Sun
Yat Sen, and the high class men like them who are graduates
from American and English universities, have bard work
holding in leash the outbursts of the "yellow" f ireaters among
their people towards all foreigners?
;tThe'wonder is that the Fengs and Suns and the others of
their caliber do not lose their patience
- For this flagrant news propaganda has been, going on for
a long time.
One thing: These men, in their victory, for their c6m
plete and sweeping victory is near, xvil be justified in bundling
out of their country all these news propagandists. But they
will probably not do it. They are very patient patriots.
THE SILO SAVES AND STABILIZES
The ailo saves about. 12 cents on a pound of butter, 42
cents a 100 pounds on the cost of milk, $1.50-a 10Q pounds on
the cost of beef, and it saves labor, and it insure! your( crop,
for neither drought, frost nor hail can claim total loss where
Tthe silq is used
And silage is the cheapest known source of the great food
elementknown as earbbhydmtes, r.nd the wise farmer makes ;
liberal use of this ration. Land values are increasing, and
pasture on high priced land is a losing proposition. Six times
'more' feed can be raised on ah acre for silage than on this
Tsame acre in grass.
Can you improve on the following reasons for more silos
here in the Salem district ? They are a summary of the reas-
ons given year alter year m tne Slogan pages oi ine
Statesman: ' ' , ; ' 1 f
Watch towers of prosperity. That is what silos are. They take
the element of luck out of dairyfcg
The silo provides a green pasture under cover
It gives an insurance policy against loss
It saves crops that would otherwise be lost
, ltisf even-. better-, in some respects than natural pasture, because
It allows of the making np and feeding of a balanced ration.
Ktability;. certainty; absolute safety; these are the goals of civil
ized man of progressive civilization - - ,
And the silo Is a great aid in reaching these goals.
Salem, district slogan:- "A silo on every farm ' --
And" more, Lhan one on large farms.
The ftiio narpg the crop and It saves Ihje soil- It, makes spring lasj.
tlitr whole year through for the live stock-j
The silo is the cheapest equipment ort the farm; the farmer pays
the cost of it every year whether :he has it or not,
Tlifc cow 'is a machine, the farm is a factory---the dairy , farmer
is a'maniifacftirerv:.The!silo taky the element of Juck out of ..both
dairylfarmlng and stock breeding to "jreheraf : ; ' .
Tbo silo is a store house; a ffreless cooker for the .farmer It' i
his most essential. feature of modern equipment. The troubles ol the
dairy farmer are canned in the $o. A dairy barn without a silo Js
like a 'cow' without a tail:--'- 'Vi.V j m -: - .". ' -'J":'.
And especially in the Salem district the silo is essential in success
ful dairying" and stock breeding. ' ' ;
Silos are good In any farming district They are especially yalu
able in the Salem district. Our conditions here give us advantages
2 over the sections of the country with long, cold 'winters. We produce
Thousands of Pairs to Select from
Colored Kid Pumps, Patent
Ties, Stepins, Straps
All at Popular Prices
$3,95 - $4.95 - $5.95
Men's Oxfords and Shoes
All New Styles Tan, Black, Blucher and Bal
Get a Pair Now at
$3.95 - $4.95 r $5.95
OLD LOCA TION
Next Door to Lad d and Bush Bank
What a Rexall
Cent Sale Is!
It is a sale where you buy an item at the regular price, then another item of the
same kind for one cent. As an illustration: The standard, price of Klenzo' Dental
Creme is 50c, you buy a tube at this price and by paying 1 cent more, or 51 cents,
you get two tubes. Every article in this sale is a high class standard piece of mer
chandise, just the same as is sold every day at the regular price.
Bouquet Ramee Toilet Water,
3 oz. . 2 for 1.51
Bouquet Ramee Soap... 2 for 51c
Bouquet Ramee Rouge or
Compact 2 for 51c
Bouquet Ramee Talcum 2 for 51c
Bouquet Ramee Face Powder 2 for 1.01
Jonteel Cold Cream 2 for 51c
Jonteel Vanishing Cream ...2 for 51c
Georgia Rose Cold Cream 2 for 26c
Georgia Rose Vanishing Cream 2 for 26c
Georgia Rose Talcum 2 for 26c
Georgia Rose Face Powder 2 for 51c
Harmony Quinine Hair Tonic,
4 oz 2 for 51c
Harmony Cream of Almonds . ..2 for 36c
Harmony Rolling Massage
Cream ' 2 for 51c
Harmony Lilac Vegetal 2 for 76c
Harmony Cocoa Butter Cold
Cream 2 for 51c
Harmony Toilet Water, 5 oz 2 for 1.01
Harmony Toilet Water, 2 oz. 2 for 51c-
Harmony Hair Stimulator 2 for 76c
Harmony Bandolene - 2 for 26c
Harmony Bay Rum, full pint... 2 for 76c
Rexall Tooth paste. .. I 2 for 26c
Rexall Shaving Lotion 2 for 51c
Rexall Shaving Cream, Stick,
Powder 1 2 for 31c
Klenzo Magnesia Dental
Klenzo Dental Creme, large 2 for 51c
Klenzo Liquid Antiseptic, large, 2 for 51c
Theatrical Cold Cream, 1 lb....y2 for 76c
Olivo Shampoo 2 for 51c
Orange Blossom Talcum.... 2 for 26c
Arbutus Talcum .2 for 26c
Liquid Borient 2. for 51c
Riker's Egyptian Henna...... 2 for 51c
Derma Viva,. .......2 for 61c
Juneve Rouge.r 2 for 51c
Florida Water, Harmony 2 for 51c
Egyptian Palm Soap 2 for 11c
Medicated Skin Soap ... 2 for 26c
Klenzo Tar Soap ...2 for 26c
Rexall Toilet Soap 2 for 16c
Creme Oil Soap :..2 for 11c
Palmolive Soap 2 for 11c
BRUSH AND SUNDRIES
Lather Brush 2 for 1.26
Hair Brush 2 for 1.51
Hair Brush .2 for 76c
Wash Cloths . -2 for 21c
Bobbed Hair Comb. 2 for 26c
Quality Tooth Brushes.. 2 for 26c
RUBBER v !
Maximum Ladies' Comb ..2aor51c
Maximum Pocket Comb .2 for 36c
Rubber Aprons, assorted ,
borders -2 for 76c
Labor-lite Rubber Aprons 2 for 1.01
Roxbury Hot Water Bottle,
No. 2... 2 for 1.01
Maximum Hot Water Bottle,
2 qU - 2 for 2.01
Maximum Fountain Syringe,
2 qt .v 2 for 2.01
Monogram Rubber Gloves.... ....2 prs 2.01
Milk Chocolate Bar, 12 lb ..2 for 36c
Kandy Packs, assorted .....2 for 36c
Challenge Package Chocolates 2 for 1.01,
Assorted Wrapped Cream
Caramels -U- 2 for 61c
Liggett's Wafers .2 for 6c
i HOSPITAL !
Zinc Oxide Plaster, 1 in.xl yd. 2 for 16c
Zinc Oxide1 Plaster. 1 in.x5 yd. 2 for 41c
Quick Acting Plaster. 1... 2 for 51c
v ! - .-. - r ; '
Catarrh Jelly, 58 oz..:..... .,..2 for 26c
Shampoo Paste, Wi oz.... 2 for 26c
Antiseptic Powder, 6 oz.. -..2 for 51c
Carbolic Salve, 2 oz .....2 for 26?
Corn Solvent, ii oz ...........1...2 for 26c
Larkspur Lotion, 2 oz... .2 for 26c
Laxative Asp. Cold Tab., 24's....2 for 26c
Little Liver Pills, 100's 2 for 26c
Mentha White Pine & Tar, 7 oz. 2 for 51c
Zinc Oxide Ointment, 1 oz.......2 for 26c (
Cedar Chest Compound, 8 oz...2 for 26c
Cherry Bark Cough Syr., 3 oz. 2 for 26c
Eyelo, 8 oz..... 2 for 51 c
Foot Powder, 4 oz 2 for 26c
Gypsy Cream, & oz......:.:... 2 for 51c
Spring Tabs., 60's.;....; J. 2 f or 26c '
Syrup of Hypophosphites, '
16 oz. ... ;. ..1..J..2 for 1.01
Liver Salts, 14 oz...... 2 for 1.01
Sodium Phosphate, 4 oz..:........2 for 51c
"93" Hair Tonic, large; .....2 for 1.01
Peptona, 16 oz.. : ...J2 for .01
Cathartic Comp. Pills, 36's . J.2 lor 26c
Charcoal Tablets, 60's : 2 for 26c
Analgestic Balm, med ...;.2 for 36c
"One Minute" Headache Tabs. 2 for 26c
. Elkay's Hand Soap::. .:...2 for 16c
Diuretic Pills (Kidney)....-. 2 for 5lc
Throat Gargle, 4 oz. :...2 for 26c
Pep Tablets, f................. for 26c
Sarsaparilla Tonic, 18 oz. j. 2 for 1.01
Throat Pastiles . ........ ,..2 for 41c
Thatcher's Liver & Blood
Remedy ...2 for 1.01
PURE FOOD i
Opeka Coffee, 1 lb.. ..i.... ,....2 for 79c
Liggett's Tea, l2 lb........U 2 for 71c
Symond's Inn Cocoa, y2 lb 2 for 26c
Baking Chocolate, lb..., ..2 for 26c
Pure Vanilla Extract, 2 oz. .2 for 36c
Lemon Extract, 2 oz . 2 for 41c
Ballardvale Salad Dressing-... for 41c
Boric Acid Powder, 4 oz.....2 for 26c
Cream Tartar .. J2 for 36c
Zinc Stearate,r 1 oz....... 1..-..2 f or 26c
Fl. Ext. Cascara Aromatic,'
4 oz..:.:...... ..:.. ,;.2 for 51c
Castor Oil, 8 oz.i.:.j...:.L:2 for 51c
Spirits Camphor, 1 oz.Lj.........J2 for 26c
Tine. Iodine, with applicator 2 for 26c
No. 6 Disinfectant, 16 oz..:..2 for 51c
Glycerin Suppositories, Adult. 2 for 31c
Glyceriri Suppositories, Infant 2 for 26c
Epsom Salt, 16 oz. 2 for 26c
Sodium Bicarbonate ,........ for 21c
Puretest Mineral OiU 16 oz...2 for 1.01
Aspirin Tablets 100's................2 for 70c
Aspirin Tablets 12's...... for 16c
Rubbing Alcohol, 8 oz:... 2 for 40c
Epsom Salts, 4 oz .... .,2 for 11c
. Rochelle Salts, 4 ozJ...........:.....2 for 26c
Castor Oil, 3 oz L. .......2 for 26c
Cascara Comp. (Hinkle) 100's 2 for 36c
Twin-Tabs Laxative, Pink 36's 2 for 36c
Blaud's Pills 5 gr.l00's.-. .2 for 51c
Cascara Sagrada, 5: gr. 100's....2 for 51c
Straw Hat Dye, Asst. colors... for 26c
Symphony Royal t. 2 for
Fancy Box . Stationery...... . J2 for 76c
Fancy Box Stationery.. 2 for 1.01
Lord Baltimore, white.. j.2 for 51c
Lord Baltimore, tint's...... ...2 for 51c
Writing Tablet, ruled pr plain 2 for 11c
Marsala Pound Paper, flat.. .2 for 51c
Marsala Envelopes, large-...-. 2 for 51c
Arabesque Stationery 2 for 1.01
Cascade Pound Paper.......... 2 for 51c
Cascade Envelopes ....2 for 41c
Lord Baltimore Box Paper...: 2 for 36c
PERRY'S DRUG STORE
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115 South Commercial Street
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