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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. ORE. ?A7TRDAY, JTNTE 1. 191.
,J Prosperity and Payrolls J
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SUPPORT of Home Industries
is One Form of Patriotism.
WOMEN Are Purchasing Agents in Most
homes. Their cooperation is necessary
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! DAY-ROLL Money Stays at home i I
DAY-ROLL Money Stays at home
belos in?ke Oren prosperous j
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FRUITS : . ;
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A Product of Home Industrf
;3 Economical and hiahlv dependable
'A wherever a high grade shortening
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For particular people who appreciate GOOD COFFEE.
At all Lending Grocers.
"You'll never know how good it is until you've tried it."
Ask Your Grocer for
DIAMOND "W" PURE FOOD PRODUCTS
.Wadhams & Company
Manufacturers and Wholesale Grocers.
WAR-TIME ACTIVITIES ARE
UNABATED SAYS FINANCIER
Jlenry Clews Says Time
hnif way methuds being iiuidoqnate
a 11,1 ittm,fiM'.w,r H.i... .. 1 1 .
VYorks tftectively Against xrnl i,"irii ynin, iTe nlm7
cuiiniig under a trie of dirtatoisliijis,
which in turn fall into tht' hands of
I'rcdiilint Wil.on, wfa today is tho
Now York. Mav 25 JSHH Kr "f't diHntor he worlj baa ever
v -t . l . ''; sMicit lu furtunatclv hapwns to
Ma al.a.twH .an he d.4wtm U, .'bonovoleat 0 A. .'war .L.ure
win- hiiie activities, wliirh crow more 1 iIimp .tii r nwixurv. ...t k.
truio!i pro- i w-Uu universal public anpruvai.
It Pays to Buy the Best
Ask for '
Made from carefully selected Northwestern Wheal,
thoroughly cleaned and scoured by the most modern meth
ods known. All the nutritious qualities of the Wheat are
retained and it reaches you clean, pure and wholesome.
The Portland Flouring Mills Co.
simply navigates, go the old typo of
railrooil president who was pioneer,
builder, operator and financier &U in
one, inunt jiv way to tho skilled op
erator or engineer, it is desirable, bow
ing for refunding purposes. This left
only $lol,u00,000 for new issues, com
pared with. ")IJO,000,000 during the
same period last yer. So much for the
diversion of capital from ordinary bus
over, that the chanfto houhl be made inom development to war purposes. Our
gradually and with fine discretion. I various industries are still much at
Transportation on a lurjje sra'e talis 's'" as to what next step the govern
for vxrrfitional ability, and many oflment will take, it being understood
our great railroads are finding pmb-jthait freh -advances in publie control
loins that i would le extremely hai-lare already under eonmderation, par-
arluut 'to leave to inexperienced hands i tie.ularly in raw materials and their
Knr omo yiars to como American rail--early :agt of manipulation. Public
roads will remiiro expert aibiiiiiistra
tion of the highest order; and to drive
u men out t the service for sake
of economy may prove unwise. Mr.
MoAiloo, however, has had somo cxper-
a to nt ion 19 inevitably lovuesed on
Washington and the prospects of early
adjournment of congress. Politicians
aro anxious to go home for electioneer
ing purposes; the publie would uke
r.nd more nileus1 as th
Kr . Tmim works more ef t'm tively When pisico come many will be re
1 1 am ever ayamst th Central fowers, ;reM, and many will not. The most
Wl:lrU find t!ie pa .-Jflcaliuu if liiixsia j iwpwrtuwl departure in this direction
icrea nylv- ilifiienlt, the new supply 'this week was the decision of Secre
of f iw I ami r.iw mu'eriHls below ex-'tary McAdno to remove eertain rail
c.'(iti(Mn, and (liwnsirtns in Austria ;imd nmmigers and to reduce iiniiocos
coim'nu'ly inirensing. y rontratt, thflsarily high salaries. In some iustances
nl le a-e working to-eihi r more bar -jsueh tfon will doubtless improve the
moniously th.in at any period ff the'serviee am) secure better management,
wnr; their stren jih i riKv-fg Am-;to the adviwitaiie of juiblie- and owners
erican pref.araHoni approach their tna ulike S i k present eow entration and
iunim, ami e.ich day strengthens con- j f implitieaVion of railruaj sysluiu
fldeine in ul'iinnte (leimun defeat, many wipeifluoiu rttVkiiale could un- sneeuhitivB transactions. IVofit takins
The one great bindrance to peace is i quetiunablj lv advantageously drop- induced eonsideralde salee aod react
Owtnany's blindue to the real allied 'pod; for, as the variuua system) be- ion, but as price deeSned activity
come more fully developed, rivalry die- lessened, showing that there was no
apiears, and the necessity for skill in real weakness of undertone. In fact,
finance or enterprise in construction .font'ioVnoe among investors and large
Dooome leas urgent, forray new prob
lems are far more easily solved than
formerly, aiMiiiaiiiinwiiiit i simplified,
mid ailmiiiiMtrutiuu is usunlly log dif
ficult '.han in ibe pioneer siaue of Am-
of ; erica n railroading, when L'iant abilities
be wore needed ami could only be had
ienco with rsi Iron ding, and must have j rest from eongrea while the adminis
learned the value of gtiod management. I tration would certainly enjoy beinir
Suffice it to say that his moves in this left alone to push the war, provided
lirect'.ou will bo scrutinized with m-;eongrese gi,ves it the desired grant of
tense interest; and in view of the faet 'power.
that the a.iiuiiua ru'.juu in now frieud- j Olio of tho inoet satisfactory fea
iy to the ratlrontls and re-ognixoe ths 'turtle of the situation is the improve
importnnco of plaeiiw them upon Intent in demand fom investors. This
souud, self witiortiiig ttasis. there j displays itfw'm mainly in the buying of
iteems to b no reason for apprvhemdon gestablislied dividend paying railroad
especially as government artion thin shares, of a selected few war iadtic
Pti-4 TRJP'' til
kttil For Food Value Uft v
')V youll find them the ideal JT j Qj
ZS?Ji sodas for your family Pl-
llr??4 1 Tru-Blu Biscuit" Co. If? ft LI
Evidence in plenty is available that
prosperity goes hand in hand with pay
rolls. Wherever gocdlr number of people
are ctetadily employed at a good wage,
there you will find a prosperous com
munity. The payroll dollar comes back inte
circulation quickly and moves from on
business to another, one profession to
another and as it moves it stimulate
each and every one.
Oregon' ppyrolli are now greater
than ever known. They are growing
greater every day.
The shipyards and kindred indus
tries are spreading millions of dollars,
into the hands of thousands of work
ers. The workers pas it along through
all the avenues of business and the
eountry is now what we call ''prosper"
This wonderful example of the bene
fit of payrolls should not be without
What if -shipbuildinsj would suddenly
cease f What would beeoine of the
thousands now employed theref
What other lines of wage earning;
would they take npf
In the midst of our prosperity we
must be serious about this thing of
There is a way to provide against a
possible calamity, but every citizen
must do his or her duty. There ia n
law to compel it; it is e. matter for in
Every citizen must demand Oregoa
factory products keep up the remand
insist upon the merchant trails stock
ing Oregon goods.
If you do not increase production by
your demand of our factory products,
how can they grow and prosper and add
more and more ppople to their payrolls
and thus build up a big manufacturing
It is your move, Mr. Oregon Citizen,
it's your job to support Oregon indus
tries. U,.gin today.
Promote Life and Vigor
THE PURE FOOD FLOUR
CROWN FLOUR is made from the choicest of wheat
In the. best mill on the coast. Therefore, bleaching or arti
ficial coloring is not necessary.
If you are using another brand of flour it is probably
bleached as nearly all western mills employ artificial meth
ods in coloring their flour.
. Use Crown Flour and eliminate any possibility of get
ting flour that has been artificially colored.
Ask your Grocer for CROWN FLOUR.
Vetch and Oats Make
Best Crop for Silage
fa T 't JC (t 16 St 3C St 5f
Cut when lower vetch pods are
liuu through ensilage cutter at
Use plenty of water. 4
: ' RALSTON BRAN I
0 "Wheat-less" days Gel den Rod Oats, Cern Meal, Rye Flour
sad Buck Wheat Flour. ,
far has been in the direction of rail
On th Stock Exchange there has
been fair activity, though money mar
ket conditions kiposed restraiut upon
situation, fiujied as they are tiy mili
tary loaders, whose all is at stake,
there seems to be no way out except
fifbtin to the bitter end until we
lave completely eiuahed the cruel u
twracy which threatens the. free.lniu
of the caviHred world. It is our deter
irrinntifui as a nation to deliver that
final blwf and every particle
strength that we p should
spent for speeding the war and laten- jthrough handsome rewwrils. Those days
iitg the derisive moment. ihavo passed1 into hisiory, and a t)l
As repeatedly intHnnted in these ad-! of manager ia now required quite dif-
holders in future values eeems undis
turbed, ami values rtvoveml readily
aflter all atiarp treel'uiew. As a natural
renult of higher tnoney rates there is
a steady JtMnaiid for all the high div
idend payers, since owing to the war
eapi'nl is sive; and, like many other
conveniences, cannot be had except
at higher rate. The report of the cap
ita! ities committee, whien was or-
vioes, government eentrol of indiuttry j ferent frvm the Vanderbilts, the Hunt-1 ganized P. 'binary 1, and has now been
must loy ally co on until eoatfdets in . intftuit, the UarrimuBS, etc.! iU of jiw-rged into the war finance eoryora
afi Instramwttalitlc neeeewu-y foriwhu-h were th pMdiwt of svl eir-jtion. Imw thati since its creation it
pntsM-utiow of the war. Adequate effi - jeiimstanres. Jnt the oM tunc mer- received a; vlica'ions for issue of tt?S.
fiency can orly lie attained thronth chant sca-captaiu has been obliged to ooo.otM) se-urities, of which some til?,
lighty centmliMd or Jingls control; 'give way to the modern captain who 000,000 were granted, ti3S,000,000 b-
trials, also of high grade public utility ;
issues. The latter are frequently sell
ing at low valuations for similar rea
sons a the railroads, viz., hoxtile pub
lie officials who stand in the way of
just, compensation to meet increased
cojws of production. The acrtion of the
I'nited States government in granting j
hiffhor rates to railroads, w-ith the ob- J
ject of offsetting increasing expenses,
will compel state ami municipal author-,
Hues to follow a eumtlar ronree and
destl fairly w-dth public service corpo
rations, whose profits have been seri
ously impaired by present economic
Toward the close there appeared
tendency towarj recovery from some,
rar:.v week deprcsMion which had fnl-!
lowed profit taking after the recen
prolonged rise. News frm Washington
that .the lministration had agreed to
defer new revenue legis'ation until the.
IH-nemher sewiion of congress appeared
largely responsible for the' improve
ment. , l -HKSET CLEWS.
HOLBTEtNS MAKE RECORDS.
Thirty purebred Holstcin cows now
have acheived the proud distinction of
having produced more than forty pounds
of butter m seven days.
The two latest matrons of the dairy
world to aciuevo sucn fame are Koru
dyke Winouo and Segis Hengerveld
Komdyke Winona freshened at the
age of eight years, tweuty thr.ee days,
and produced in seven consecutive days
lbs of milk yielding 40.28 lbs of
butter. Her sire is Fontiac Korndvke
and her dam is Miss Winona Mechthilde.
She was bred by Charles H. Hyde, Wat-
erf own. ."cw lork.
8ogis Hengerveld Payne Johanna, the
thirtieth "Biack-aud'-White" forty
pounder, freshened at the age of 6 years
ena montn, twenty-seven days. 8he
completed her seven day test with
649.6 lbs. of milk yielding 40.11 lbs. of
Her sire is Woodcrest Xig Db Kol, her
dam is the great world's champion, 8c-
gis tayne Johana the first and only
eow to yield fifty pounds of butter in a
week, fcbe was bred by A. A, Cartel-
you, oomervtlle, .New Jersey.
Each of these great eows has yielded
in seven days an amount of butter that
it would take ten average cows to pro
duce. Both are now owned by Pine
Grove Farms, Elma Center, New York.
Mrs. Bihson Schrivener sniffled tear
ily. "Bibson Schrivener, a pretty mess
you've got u into," she flubbered.
'"iou've gone and bought and paid
for this terrible house, and got me to
move out to it. and then I itienvei-
that it 's three milps from the nearest
railroad station and a mile and a half
fr.T.i the trolley! And the trolley service
has been discontinued because the nvo
tcrman'g on his honeymoon, and there,
are only two trains a day, and they
i amp uuioss you set tne signal, and
there isn 't any signal. Andand furth
ermore, the roads aw in such a dread
ful state that I wouldn't dare drive
Lizzie on them for fear of the Society
tT the Prevention of Cruelty to Fliv
vers and and "
"And there is no mail service, and
the roof's off, and the water from the
hot water anient U th. i.i- i...
... ,r " v wiucni, tier
husband finished for her, in a voice
:boked with misery, "and the walls
art. SO thin they're ronltv i i.:
and wall paper and my dear, it's all
nr.y fault, and mv n,,i.. .
. ...j lAtuag. Js lnJU
1 was hypnotized. Yes, hypnotized. The
" aniea to sell the houst,
'(me to the nft'i,.j o.i . .
tne advertisement for it."
It was the most beautifully wri't-n;
d, you ever did." nodded Mrs. S..i,rt.
That's iust it." ;,! a,.i,.:
.leclly. "Shakesnoor. t,i m ,
. r-. uuim:il WOU.U
have been proud to be the author of
mill an. jiv own ilTBt-n...n. j i.j
. - - 1 un&ifiieu
uewiicnra me, Hypnotized me., I
.v.u uer turee times and then bouJlit
the house nn the annt i a v
My m-ar, lt s poetl(, jU3tice
poetic justice I"
And he stapwred fmm . ,
lessly tearing his scanty hair, and hie
;,Vnra on shoulder of the man-tel-piece.
MEXICAN EDITORS COMING
Laredo, Texas. May 31 P5 nt.
icaa editors, who will
Mates for a persoral study of this
country a war preparations, will arrive
here tonight. The .Mexican newspaper
men coming from all parts of tho re
public, wilt be met at the border bv
American newspapermen, who will ac
company them r.n .1. ....
....... v, , lu lae jm.
portant military and munitions making
CATltAra it.:.. i-
0. A. C. Experiment Station, Corvallis
! Ore., June 1. On tho heavier lands of
! the Willamette Valley there is no ques-
tion but that vetch is one of the very
I best silage crops, considering the yield,
keeping qualities, cheapness of produe
ition and quality of feed, says 1'rof. ti
B. Hyslop, of the 0. A. C. Exepriment
j station. "The mixture of vetch and
oats or rather cereal makes a rich food
I with easy keeping qualities,
j "It is very necessary that vetch for
siloing bo cut before it is too far ad
vanced. Vetch silage full of seeds, is
somewhat bitter, though better than
over ripe vetch hay. The be9t stage fot
making vetch and oat silage is when the
lower pods of the vo.cu are about liaU
formed or the oats ara in the soft
"As fast as cut the vetch should b
put through the ensilage cutter and eut
into short lengths. Plenty of water
should be used, and tho vetch packed
closely into tha silo. Made this way
vetch silage is palatable and high class.
Vetch and oats or other cereal are ths
most productive crop that can be growa
on heavy, poorly drained soils; such as
the white lands."
D. M. Doll Sells Out
His Store at Staytoa
One of the lareest birsillORS trnnflnet-
ions that has taken place in Staytoa
ior some rime, was consummated last
Monday when M. Rlnnm nf Pni4lfmi-
. ... ... - ... wo-.
nought out tha entire, business of D.
ii. Doll and immediately took charge
of the business.
Mr. and Mrs. Doll baC been Tun
ning the business under the name of
Doi'ls Cash Stnrft Inp npnrlv tix-A vfmrm
and have made a host of friends by
their honest business methods and eour-
tnous treatment, of their patrons and
it is with a feeling of regret that w
lose them from the business interests
of our town.
Mr. Doll feels that tin will altnrtlr
be ca'.led ami rather than wait for thei
itratt thought he would like to enlist
S a musician and feet! no. thnt his
wife desired ft rest and not wanting
to leave he with the business on her
liandu he tOk ml von tarra nf ths, A-n. -
portumtv he had to dispese of his bus-
llli.SH -.AtArrtn lnll
Doubtless a big nieht in Berlin last
night in celebration of successful raids
on hospitals and the slaying of wound
ed and nurses.
It is suggested that the best way t
keep the boys on the farm is to keep
the girls there.
Disturbed sleep usuaDy
comes from some form of
the stomach and stimulate
the liver with a course of
Unmt S J. An, M-ticm hi WM.
SoU twrwUn, a Boxu, 10c., 25s.