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Phone Main 208 !
CARVER & GRAHAM
. ' ri7 SANITARY MARKET
. V , Water Street ' I
SILVERTON, OREGON I
i Cigars, Tobacdus, Confectionery, lllllards, Pool
l. g. Mcdonald
201 .Water St. . Thone Black 2491
Regular DJnner and Short Orders served from
$ a. m, to 8 p. m. r
A Place to Eat for One and All
Ghilstrom & Larson, Props.
ao North Water St.
We carry a com
plete line of Clothing
and Furnishings, in
cluding Fashion Park
and KIrshbaum Cloth
ing , and Florsheim
Silverton s Popular -T
Zosel,' Cooley, Legard
Phone: Office Red 821. Residence: Red 1231.
HUBBS REAL ESTATE CO.
; Geo. W. Hubb:;. Mgf.
I Farms, City Property, Loans Insurance.
SI LVERTOX, OREGON
SILVERTON ELECTRIC CO.
Ageat for the Western Electric Farm Lighting
Plant J .
Wiring, Accessories, Fixtures, Electric Range,"
INDUSTRIAL CENTER - OF ACHIEVEMENTS
filso Produces Furnaces, Sheet Metal Articles, Flour and Cereals and Fruits Is Located in Midst of Highly Developed Agricultural Community, Where Dairying, Raising Fine Cattle
)rtAfart in Civic and Social LifePark System Is Complete and BeautifulFarmers of Community Compete Successfully for Stock Records Payrolls and Products Keeping Pace wit!
ienU of the
Aua. is ch'er.
j water ? sys
;r the control
Esa.'- ,Tn iat-
ntt jfr The J main
n j lie needs of
fpei If i Its : source
hle op Silver
byt skills. i tak
i l;X The two
idt Jto the dtra
et eiidence of
tlri pie. Almost J
is i main part is
i the third
rates in the
' MTOmpnt to
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Ft i aBsimess
te I businesses
Bry' -ilng In the
oil . and gas station, two - jewelry
stores, one feed barn, three meat
markets, besides' other business
Including shoe repair shops.
CiYlc Organizations Active
. SIlTerton is fortunate in bar
ing! several , - civic ,1 organizations
that take an active leadership.
The Parent-Teacher association,
organized in 1918, ' has (for its ob
ject , the raising of standards or
home life and the bringing of the
tchool and the iome Into 'closer
relationship, that the parent and
teacher may. cooperate intelligent
ly in the" education of "the child,
and to Initiate and stimulate any
activity teaching .child Jife, whe
ther educational, legislative, jnor
ul or spiritual. tit. Is" affiliated
with the state and county organ
ization and at two consecutive
meetings of the Marlon county
council won the silk flag, the re
ward that goes to the association
i t the county having the, greatest
number of ' members present. The
Silverton association has a membership-of
about. one hundred.
of the . city. The high school
building was erected in 1914 and
ia modern in. every, way, of fire
;A hew grade building called
tfce Eugene Field building was
completed and occupied the first
of May, 1922. It consists of eight
school rooms, a library room, a
teachei's ' rest room, ofifice room
for the superintendent and a
large assembly room and gymnas
ium combined. The entire cost
of the building, aside from the
central heat ng plant, was about
Ten 1 churches serve the relig
ious needs of the -people, the de
nominations being Methodist,
Christian, CatholicTlApostolic, Sy
nod Lutheran, St. John's Luther
an, Congregational, Christian
Sc'ence and Seventh Day Adven
tist.: Every one of these organi
sations owns its own church pro
perty, a fact which shows that
Larscn of the City Meat Market
have fchipped out the past year
more than $52,000' in dressed
sheep and hogs, while more than
It' is an incorporated institution,
in avh'ch many of the leading-citizens
are interested. The insti
tution is not run for profit but
$ll00. 000 is distributed for beef, ito give thepeople of the vicinity
The farmers have adopted a pro
gram at dairying with purebred
ftock as a basis, with Jerseys
the predominant breed. Promin
ent among these are M. E. De
Guire, Golden Glow Jefseys;
the advantages, of excellent med
icinal and surgical treatment. It
has maintained low rates in ord
er t5 realize this goal. It serves
a particularly important role in
sells a brand of chocolate candles
under the Silvertonia brand that
has a nation-wide demand and
'poi ularity. Mr. Cunningham . is
another citizen, who by making
superior products, has pushed tbe
fame of his home town into dis
tant fields. .
The Silverton Greenhouses do
a large and thriving business in
Klein Bros., Holsteins; Fox-Bros., in .the lumber mills and 'camps.
caring for the injured workers i growing (flowers aiidC early veg
Golden Glow Jerseys; Herman
Kuenzi, Holsteins; J. G. Kuenzi,
Guernseys; Omar Halverson, Jer
seys; Emil Loe, Golden Glow
However, the demand for an in
stitution of this kind haB demon.
e:rated, that the. present . equip
ment is not sufficient and there
jerseys; Torvend Bros., Jerseys-Mis I.krhood that the owners may
M. G. Gunderson, Golden Glow take step! fn the near future to
Jerseys; Kubberness -and Turrell, I erect a new building that will be
Jersess; Einest Warner. Hoi- UufficlentM for the demand.
l he pnystcai, mental and mor-
rteins; J. II. Davenport. Golden
Glow 'Jerseys: Edison Corastock,
Jerseys; A. F. ' Hobart, Jerseys;
llr. A. W. Simmons, Guernseys,
Alfred and Oscar Loe, Milking
Shorthorns: Eldon" Mulkey, Jer
seys; Henry Jaquet, Jerseys; Al
len " Bellinger, r Jerseys; J. H.
Holsteins; Rodolph mrga
v needs of the young folks of
the community are met with the
Boy Scouts of America and the
C?mp F're Girls organizations.
Under the leadership of Rev.
Sydney Hall, the Scouts have a
and the girla
s under tne d rec-
jvell organized troop
organization is unde
the residents have a high regard
lor ' the higher as well as the ma-j Knsreman
terial things of life '?. )etadep. Guernseys and L. F. 'tion,of Miss Rosella Richardson . n:issions, both' in
Sixteen lodges fulfill the social ,Mascher, Jerseys. (and Miss Mary Largent. - young j States and abroad,
(tables.. They were established by
Ralph Adams three years ago.
Recently he sold a half interest
to Ed. R. Adams, who at present
is active in-its management. Dur
ing the, past year it erected a
new building, 115x31 V4 feet and
installed a new boiler for heat
hiKthat cost approximately
I'hcAKaht Farm Novel Enterprise
"We produce that others may
destroy," is the slogan of Carl
Uenson's pheasant farm r-h'ch is
one of the odd features of Sil
verton. Benson raises Ch'nese
pheasants, popular game birds.
for state and national game com.
he will not sell them into a
country where he knows they
rill not do well. - Mr. Benson rc
ceives requests for information in
nearly every mail. Some of them
come from tne novice. But far
more come from the most exper
ienced breeders and naturalists
who have come to recognize
genuine merit in the methods of
this man who has ventured in
to new f'elds, upset old meth
ods and demonstrated that things
which a decade ago were deemed
impossible can be easily adapt
ed in many other localities with
Kreat success. .
Postoffice receipts . eloquently
bespeak the growth of the decadence-
of c'ties. Of -Silverton
t must be said that the postof
fice receipts have doubled since
1916. This is said to be . the
largest percentage of increase Id
rny United States ! postoffice in
the W'llamette' valley. The reC'
ords of the office show: j
f .Receipts 1916. $7381.49.
Receipts 1917. $8657.47.
Receipts 1918, $10768.76.
Receipts 1919, $12817.55. (1B
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fcplele View of Silver Falls Timber Company's Plant it Silverton, where 94,000,000 feet of Lumber Were Manufactured in 1922 Output Fourth in Volume on Pacific Coast Modern Mill
f eity are -two
' j Utmdry, . two
l : tteatres, : two
n live general
iea'i ejbthing stores,
jt(ff twa variety
sr?alty shop,, one
rsftaperi; - each
f two conrec
-AJ, shop, three
f to implement
ool Una, a needle
i trs blacksmith
pluataig shops, one
Another - organization through
which the women have an oppor
tunity for civic vwork is the Wom
an's Social Science Club, This
club functions in many j of the
welfare drives and Is frequently
making donations to worth-while
M Excellent School . System
Silverton school system is the
pride of every cltisen. It is of
standard state -grade." Four
school buildings, one of them a
h'gh school with a full four years
course' of study,: and three grade
schools are located in the center
requirements of the residents ofj
Silverton. They are the Masonic,
tbe Knights of Pythias, the Odd
Fellows, the Red Men, Modern
VJoodmen of America, Woodmen
of the World, Knights and Ladiea
Security. American Legion, the
4 L, - Moose, Yeomen, Pythian
Sisters, Eastern Star. Royal
Neighbors, Marion Circle and Re
! Wvestock Industry Large
The dairy, fat cattle, sheep and
Silverton is the center (for Big
Type Poland China hogs for Ore
gon. Dl the breeders of these
begs can be mentioned C. K. and
E. p.. Loe who bought the'r first
Poland Chinas in 1912 and!now
have large herds and M. G. Gun
derson who bought Polands as
stori as he bought the nico farm
ht own-t Dan Dybsetter also
has a small herd of choice Pol
and Chinas and may get into
raising them on a larger sca'.e
i.nM. and the Durebred cattle in-un the near' future.
.tuKtries are attaining large pro-1 Silverton has a hospital, which;
portions. Messrs. Teglund and j was organized on July 29, 1918. jtures and sells confections.
people going to Silverton., who
are members of these ( organiza
tions, are given a royal welcome
by the members. m .
These are several business in
etitutiens without mention or
which a true account of Silverton
would not be complete. One of
them is the Cozy Confectaurant.
a combination restaurant and
confectionery store, established
la 1915 byW. L. Cunningham.
Besides serving mealy in an ex
tremely attractive and well ap
pointed restaurant, it manufac-
eagerly bought for the purpose
or stocking hunting preserves. In
this work he has been very suc
cessful and he, too, has succeed
ed vin giving to Silverton more
than a local fame. Benson is an"
enthusiast in his work and he Is
constantly .studying the reeding
problems, with a view to con
stantly improving his product.
From every state In the union,
from Alaska and the Canadian,
provinces, come orders for his
birds. But In climates , that are
not adapted to his birds., there
are none of his breed, because
class postage 3c.)
Receipts 1920. 11859.90.
Receipts 1921, 12519.78.
Receipts 1922, 14128.50, (last
15 days estimated.) '
The pioneering has been done
in all of the outstanding branch
es of our fruit industry. You
cannot go wrong if you come here
and use your eyes and your head,
and your hands.
Silverton invites all industrious
people to join in her prosperity
Her residents extend a welcoming
naud to all who come.
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TIMBER CO. i
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Fir r,- Automobile,
Livestock, Health and
M9St Reliable Com
panies Prompt and
I Efficient Service
. SYRING & BANKS
STAPLE AXD FANCY GROCERIES
309 X. Water Street Phone Main 101
('The Home of Personal Service"
WILLIAMS AUTO REPAIR SHOP
General Repair Work
llplioslte Silverton .Postoffhe
and . v
v ft r7" - '
I ii tt-Miat ional
in Silverton for
G. I. Barr
Del Monte lrolucfs
Fresh Fruits and
Phone Main 196
fieneral Storage, Gas,
Oil, Accessories, Flsk
Tires and . General
Corner Lewbt .and
- ncrll Does Bis
Daily capacity 250 barrels Flour,
barrels Rolled Oats
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Leading Brands : - , - Vti - ,
Fischer's Best Patent Flour
Fischer's Snow-Fall Blend Flour
Fischers Waldo Hill Pastry Flour
Fischer's Silver Flake Oats
Wholesale and Retail
Grain, Mill Feeds, May, Seeds and
401 So. Water St, SILVERTON; ORE.
C. J. BREIER CO.
All leather hand bags,
grip, trunks,. etc. .
Gust Paulson, Mgr
207 North Water St. ;
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Siherton, Ore. .
! Silver Falls
. " Retail Yard !
Complete Line of
S. E. Richardson
, Manager - v
. TASKER -
Phone Main 181
Wo Boost for
by Tailoring her Bus
iness Men ;ith Fine" "
' 'Clothes !
Materials the Best -Workmanship
B: FY; Herigstacl5:
We Print Everything
Except Currency and
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EDWARD B. KOTTEK
Editor and PubllEher '
SILVERTOX : ORE.
' "There a
A lot of folk liae o!d
as we have a ml one. too.
thir lines rTfr caeral
barchrare. v bHrtin; -floods,
iron and tel protnrta.
paints, biiilden.' harrftrare.
"rorkry. et-ds. farmland
mill- Kiipjlis. house ' fnr
niiihinc'. silTerware. ' auto
supplieh, cleitriiul itppjiea,
tV'e' aren't soliciting S
l"m y bnpineRs yon
that to SaleiB merrhaTtta
bnt if yoit move intc Sil
Tertoit and need Hard-re-H(
shall be glad i
meet -you; we tniftu aav
ou Bome " money
The Wiiuhester Store
DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR CARS T
CHEVROLET MOTOR CARS .
Parts and Accessories " JT'"
Best Equipped Machine Shop in Silverton
First National Bank
i Silverton Oregon ? ; T
4 per cent Interest
Paid on Savings Deposits and Time
. ... r Certificates
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