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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1924
IMPORTANT TQ HOME BUILDERS t)R ) HOME
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ff AVE you your own home, or do you need help to plan your
hornet Are you paying out good money for rent and yet
nothing for it but rent receipts! Let me give you my price on
your new home. I -do nothing but first-class work, and I am sure
to save you money. I am doing it for others, why not for you T
I will build any kind of a home you wish from brick, tile or
stucco, and guarantee my work. 1 always have new homes for
sale, 4, 5, 6, and 7-room homes, well built. I will be glad to
show you some of these brand new homes ready to move in. As
low as $100 will move you in and the rest like rent. It will pay
you if you are thinking about a home, to see mc.
Builder of Good Homes
': 1420 N. 5th Street
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OLD CHAPEL'S VARIED VSES Ing its 400 years' history, the cha
f pel on I the. old Btone i bridge here
V ROTHERHAM, England. Aug. has been reconsecrated for relig
23 Used In turn as a town jail, lous seryices. The building was
almshouse and tobacco shop dur- originally a -chancery chapel.
The Finest Receiver Ever Offered
1 The Peer of ; Them All! 5
Gan-be placed any where in your home
without v any aerial or wires (of. any
kind: . Can be i moved around while
operating. .. Beautiful maKogany"fin
ish. Priced at $43 6 complete.! Other
models in the line down to $4! . - .
"A -RADIOL A for every purse and '
Come in and see the full line : ;
This fall will sec the largest sale of radio goods ever,
dreamed of. . ' i
; Get your order in early. ? f 1 - r
' ' . There is sure Jto be a rush and there probably will
be a shortage of sets, so give your order now and get
ready Tor the political campaign." Speeches will be by
radio as one man can address the whole country. ;.
;h Salem -Electric! Co. -;
: P BARTON, Prop. s
BU G PERMITS
August f Activities4 Continue
Steady Gam; Majority.
v for Dwellings
Building permits for the month
eo far are close to the $100,000
mark, a majority of which arc for
new dwellings. A total of $40,-
500 was issued . during the week
ending Saturday noon, bringing
the total to $98,800 for August.'
Thirteen permits were issued
this last week,"-all-for residences
with one exception, that of a small
private garage to cost $400, and
$1000 to be spent' in alterations
and repairs on a dwelling. The
remainder were for homes, rang
ing from $13a0 to $7000. Sever
al were between $2500 and $3000,
with' one for $5000 and another
Frederick ; Deckebach obtained
a building permit yesterday for
the construction of a $6800 dwel
ling at 2235South High street.
M OOTED TILE
New ! Bookstore Has Firs"
; of Attractive Material to ,
f Be Used in Salem ;
Something entirely new in the
line of building materials is being
introduced, into Salem by C. Van
Patton & Son. contractors. '
Imported tile is being used for
the front of the Klinger property
on State that will be occupied by
the Melson bookstotre early in
October.: This tile gives a very
attractive appearance - to kthe ' en
trance of the store and is in har
mony with the new type tile fron
ured in the building occupied by
the Burnett Brothers jewelry store
next door. The tile is being used
extensivly in the construct'"!
new store fronts In other places,
according to Mr. Van Patton, but
never before In Salem. The only
other' place" in which the tile hat
been used her is in his own home
Mr. ; Van Patton said, where he
adopted; it for use around th fire
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tend to be thinking when they are
merely pouting. : v;
Stop The Leaks
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; It is all a mystery where the money goes unless
you have some way of stopping the seemingly un
avoidable leaks. "
A Checking Account here at the United States
National will do it. The record of every incoming
and outgoing dollar is down in black and white on
your check stub. ' Unquestionable receipts for all
transactions are furnished as welL: Carfyou really
do without this service? . ! s
. United States
Many "Live" Prospects
Making Inquiries, De
clares Local Realtor
Prospects for , considerable ' ac
tivity in farm, properties this fall
are bright, according 'to a promi
nent local real estate dealer.
While there has been a little trad
ing in this class of property, in
quiries for such ' land are more
numerous at present than in the
last few months. Prospects for
property are characterized as be
ing "live," and it is' expected that
dealing will be brisk this fall.-
: Tourists are positive in i their
praise of the Willamette Valley,
and declare it to be the finest
farming district they have1 seen
on their trip. These statements
are made from tourists coming
from east of the Mtasinslnnf I rivr
and are not Confined to those
from any particular locality. Such
information, broadcasted bv Ihe
Visitors, is far more valuable than
that spread exclusively throueh
advertising, according to the real
tor who is of the opinion that both
are highly desirable. Advertising
alone may attract attention, bnt
often is forgotten. ' An enthusi
astic tourist wno has seen the
lands that are described often Is
the source from which Interested
persons write fori; more and de
NINE CARS Of LUMBER '
The Cobba & Mitchell .Ln mbr
Company, successors to the Falls
Clty-Salem Lumber, company have
received nine cars of lumber from
their mill at Valsetz. The com
pany are, logging big yellow; fir on
the sell tz river according to A. B.
Kelsay, manager of the local yard.
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Lovers of water-color art will
e interested in the exhibit In the
Court street show windows' of Mil
ler's department store of five dis
tinctive pictures by Elmer' Young
formerly of Salem. Mr. Young has
been for the summer, the guest of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
Young at 942 Summer street. For
:he past three years an instructor
at the Minneapolis Institute of
rt. he will return to his work
next month. This is Mr. Young's
first visit to Salem since 1919.
Mr. Young, following study at the
Chicago Art institute hasdone
iome magazine illustrating as well
as his Interesting nedasoeical
work. The department where Mr-
Young has his present instructor
ihip ranks among the eight high-
3st in the United States, j
Aside from winning, last year,
second place in the water color ex
hibit at St. Paul, Mr. Young has
been invited to display his work
New Low Prices
50 watt I.
100 watt a
.. 45c each
Fill Up Those Empty
Sockets No Wj
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with the exhibit from the Pennsyl
vania Water Color society; Ithe
Cocoran gallery exhibit In Wash
ington, D. C; the international
Water i Color society in Chicago;
and with the New York Water Col
or society in New York.
A clipping from the Minneapolis
Journal gives' this 'account con
cerning Mr. Young's winning ex
hibit: "The second award was given
to Elmer E. Young of Minneapo
lis for a group of five water col
ors, the one called 'the Antique
Shop receiving first mention. A
sure sense of Value and spontane
ous character of his Work are ap
parent in all of the five pictures.
He has respected the medium and
preserved the transparent quality
which is the appeal of -water col
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Mrs. J- p. Sutherlin is moving
from 372 .North Winter street to
Mrs. young's at 34 6 North Capitol
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Miss Kathryn Gunnell will be
among those from Salem in atten
dance, at the convention this week
of Pacific Coast Photographers in
Portland, with the Multnomah ho
tel as headquarters. For the first
time,' the, Northwest , association
and the California association will
meet together in tentative consoli
dation. ' A number of exceptional
ly prominent men will .appear on
the program including . Clarence
Stearns of Rochester, president of
the national association. -
An outstanding exhibit will be
made at the Municipal auditor
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Miss Gunnell has been named
to act on th6 reception committee
during the convention, the dates of
which are August 25 to 28, inclu
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Mr. and Mrs. B J. Teel and Cy
rus jClowser have returned from
a motor trip to Bandon, North
Bend, and the Oregon Caves.
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ed ihe interesting news late last
week that; their son,; Harry : Q.
Mills; a pianist of recognized tal
entf has accepted a position as ac
companist for Alice Gentle of the
Tills week Mr. Mills plans to be in
Metropolitan Opera company.
This week Mr. Mills plans to be in
'Los, Angeles for a three weeks en
gagement. He has been playing
on the coast, principally at Port
land, San Francisco and Lo3 An
geles since 1921,
Mr. ' Mills received a consider
able part of his musical education
in Ealem, studying under Frank
Chorchill, Claudia Childers, - and
at Willamette University as well
as at the school of music at the
University of Oregon, fin Chicago
Mrj Mills -spent a year studying
under Professor Frazer.
He has many! friends here who
will be delighted to learn of his
new position- '.
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and daughter, Miss Alberta Bohrn
stedt are spending the week-end
in the Big Elk country.
THE OREGON STATE "AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
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"A Liberal and JPraclical Education"
j In the several pursuits and professions in life
Through the following schools and departments
THE SCHOOL OF BASIC ARTS AND SCIENCES
(Art, English, public speaking, modern languages, history, and
the sciences). Providing the foundation training upon which
technical specialization Is built. j '
j ! THE TEN TECHNICAL SCHOOLS
Agriculture thirteen depart
I ments i
i (B.S., M.S. degrees)
Engineering seven depart
: -I ments.
' (B.S., M.S. degrees)
Home Economics five depart-
I mCnts i
; (B.S., M.S. degrce3)
; (B.S., Ph.C. degrees)
, DJS. degree)
Commerce four departments
(B.S. degree) j
Forestry two departments
(B.S., M.S. degrees)
Mines three departments
(B.S. degree) "
Vocational Educationr five de
partments . '! .
(B.S., M.S, dcgrccB)
Military Science and Tactic
-i ..- .'five units
(BJS. degree) I
The training includes physical education, industrial Jour
nalism, social sciences, and music. Entrance and graduation
requirements are standard. Through the usual rating organiza
tions the College is accredited to the best graduate schools in
America. Student life is exceptionally well organized to develop
ideals of leadership and service to the commonwealth;
Admission of Freshmen September 23, 1924
? For illustrated booklets! and specific information write to
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE j
CORVALLIS - OREGON !
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To the ideals of serviceability and artistic beauty we dedicate bur efforts
that the attractive home demands furniture that not only serves well, but
invites the critical inspection of all. The recognition of these ideals is evi
the growing appreciation of customers for Hamilton s furniture.
Living Room Suites
Beautiful 3-piece Mohair Living! Room Suites in taupe
or broVm and rose. Extra special $28?. See window dis
play. Other suites priced as low as $114.75. '
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Dining Room Suites
i You will have to travel far to match the values we
have for you in Dining Room Suites; all the newest
in designs and finishes are to be found at our store.
7-Piece Walnut; Dining iSets priced from $68.20 and
Bed Room. Suites and Odd Pieces
If you are thinking of buying a bed room suite or
' even an odd piece for the bedroom, this yearit will
pay you to buy now.
A We have marked down all dropped patterns with-outVthughtf.profit-isplaed'in
our west win
: dow are a few of the many values we have to offer
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Dominion Electric Iron
equal to any $6 iron on the market,
our price $5.
A Little Less Than
Vacation Time Needs
It will pay you well to look over
our Hartman Trunk line. They are
priced right. , ;
Extra special leather hand bags,
values to $20 now $11.83
.Trade in your used
goods as part pay
ment on new. i
Your Credit Is
Good Wc Charge
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