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" THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUND AYMOKNItfG, DECEMBER 14, 1924
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A' big stock and not quite the demand
we had expected this fall, is the reason
for this drastic cut in price. The manu
facturer's price on this line of merchan
dise is not a cent lower than a year ago
"in some instances a little higher" and
yet we are offering for three f days Mon
day, Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 15,
16 and 1 7 every Davenport suite on
our floors a just : J "" ,
Upholstered iri velour, tapestry and mo
hair. If at all interested in a Davenport
Suite this is'your opportunity. Remem
ber just for three days Monday, Tues
' day and Wednesday 15, 16 and 17.
Chambers & Chambers
From now until Christmas we are offer
ing our Johnson Brothers' Dinnerware at
greatly reduced price- have a number
of 42 piece sets in very beautiful patterns
at sx reduction of one-third off. It is
doubtful if an opportunity like this to
buy 1 such splendid ware as Johnson
Brothers' make at such1 a price for a long
time to come. .To those who have bought
this ware from us during the last three
years this is your chance to fill mj-make
your own choice at a 20 reduction.
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Chambers & Chambers
.Trunks and Bags
STORAGE PIM (
WORK UNDER WAY
Construction of $50,000 Ad
dition Begun This Week
By Ice Company
. Construction of a new 150,000
addition to the Capital Ice & Stor
age plant at Trade and Cottage got
under way last week upon the
signing: of a contract between
Louis Lachmund and A. J. Ander
son, contractor. The new ! build
ing will cost close to $20,000 while
Let Us Help You-
Just give us your name and
address and we will hare our
salesman call and go over your
heating problem with you with
out any obligation on your part
$79.60 and up,
(Formerly SilTerton Blow Pipe Co.)
Silvertom, Oregon I
la contract for insulation and ma
chinery, to be awarded later, will
bring the total to the full amount.
-The building is located due west
of the Cherry City Flouring mills
and is of concrete construction
throughout, i The extensions to the
present plant will cover an area of
86 by 127 feet. When completed
the new plant will increase its
present storage capacity of a full
100 per cent.
: Half of the new structure will
be (wo stories in height and half
of it one story. In the new addi
tion will be an ice room having a
capacity for storage of 1200 tons
of ice. sufficient to ice 250 cars.
The daily ice capacity of the plant
is 22 tons and the company will
be able to build up the reserve
from this to keep the plant stock
ed at all times.
There will be Included a new
cold storage room 23 by 60 feet
and the big ice storage rooms will
also enable the company to con
vert its present ice storage rooms
into cold storage rooms, which will
furnish nine 'cold storage rooms
and increase the storage capacity
in excess of 100 per cent. There
will be an additional room 55 by
36 feet which can be used for bar
reling berries and other fruits.
In order to expedite the icing of
cars, modern equipment including
electric hoists, overhead conveyors
and machinery of the latest most
useful types will be installed.
The proprety was purchased
from the Oregon Electric Railroad
company for a consideration of
$10,000. The railroad originally
acquired the location for the pur
pose of installing extensive yards
and for the storing of passenger
cars.. When these plans were
abandoned, the company disposed
of the property having no other
use for it. .
1 0ffices of the Capital . Ice &
Storage company will be located at
Trade and Church with the com
pletion of the new building.
I A mule's flat ears mean trouble
a mortal's flat ears mean a radio
Now Made in Salem
It has proven itself by, years of use and tests
in the laboratory, r Offers you a beautiful, fire
proof, water-tight, and lasting roof at a price
that is truly reasonable in the field of perman
ent materials, -
ESTIMATE GLADLY FURNISHED s
, Made, Placed and Guaranteed by
OREGON GRAVEL CO.
1405 N. Front.
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IS SET T
Early Estimates are Sur
passed; Permits tor 11
Months Total 273
Early estimates of the number
of building permits that would be
taken out in Salem during 1924
for new residences have been ex
ceeded, according to the Cham
ber of Commerce bulletin, which
predicts that - at least 250 new
homes would be started this year.
For the first 11 months there were
275 permits issued. It was also
estimated that the homes would
have an aggregate cost of $1,000,-
OOt). According to figures given
by Marten Ponlsen, city recorder,
the 273 permits are valued at
$939,030. The building permits
actually represent about three
fourths of the final cost of the
Some idea as to the size of the
city at present may be gained
from Information given by the
Portland Electric Power company,
which has, electric connections
with 5460 different homes in the
citv and 76 lodging houses and
hotels, giving a total of 5536'.
There are 5142 homes receiving
service from the Salem Water,
Light & Power company; 4046
telephones and an additional 1075
telephones In the rural districts
Here is the monthly , record of
permits issued for the building of
homes and for Improvements:
No. of 1 permits and
January J 20
February ' 16
May , ' .27
June - 17
October . 26
November 1 1
Dec. (3 days) .6
Good Week Is Reported
- By Rich L. Reim'ann
The past week has been a good
one according, to the list of sales
reported by Rich It. Reinmann,
realtor. i '
! 'Hobart Kiggins has purchased
a lot at the corner of Capitol and
Belmont from the Spaulding Log
ging company: and will erect a
modern residence, in the", spring;
two lots on North Capitol between
Jefferson and j Madison were pur-
' Every Man
Wishes for a
Home of His
Let us Help
You Make This
Gain on EJo VJe Oan Ghovy
How you can be the proud owner of a ,
HOME OF. YOUR OWN I H '
A Home Built of Wood
is economical and durable. Every ambitious man can be the owner of such a Home.
"Everything to Build Anything"
. J. W. Copeland Yards
SALEM YARD AT 8ALKM PHOXE 578
Yards Ja. West Salem,' nuUwu-d ,Albanyr-LcnU, -Yiihillr Uillfeboro--
1 chased by S..R. Bund, who is now
erecting ' modern dwellings on
each; Ross Miles has. purchased j
the T. M. Hicks property on South j
Church and two lots in the new
Salem Highway tracts, at the June
tion of the SilTerton road and
the Pacific highway, were pur
chased by D. C. Kere. a recent
arriral from Washington. ;
: FINE BUILB
L. E. Inmain Hopes to Get
Construction Under Way
Within Two Weeks
SILVERTON, Ore., Dec 13.
( Special. , ) Another large new
building which will add greatly to
the attractiveness of Silverton'a
business center Is that to be erect
ed by L. E. Inman on the 'corner
of Oak and First street where the
blacksmith shop belonging to A.
Robenalt now stands. it'
The new building " will j be of
brick and tile and will measure
44x55 feet. The first floor.will
be divided into two store i rooms
one of which. Mr. Inman will use
for his plumbing business. The
other is now being considered by
out of town parties. The second
floor will be fitted for apartments.
MrJ Inman says that three very
up to date and sanitary : apart
ments will be built. i !
Although the contract has as
yet not been let Mr. Inman hopes
to have the work under way with
in two weeks. .7 --'-
WILL BUILD HOmES
ID DEVELOP SALEM
Our New"Unit Bowl T3rpe Fixtures
GEr'astoas ; GM E
Also we. have in stock a complete line of appli
ances, and Christmas tree, lighting sets.
tWaf fle Irons
Toasters ' . "r
Ed Dennison -The Electric Man.
. 222 N. Liberty St.
Building Corporation , With
$100,000 Capital Is to
- Be Launched Here
Edward F. Fisher and, Joseph
Hodgson of Portland, Oregon,: are
organizing a building corporation,
with a capital of $100,000. i i
Wenger Bros., Salem contrac
tors, are to cooperate. - Papers
are to be" filed with the state cor
poration department during this
week. 1 1
Stock is to be sold, which those
who are interested in the organi
zation believe will be a good in
vestment for buyers.
The proposed company is to en
gage in home building and gener
al construction work.
Wenger Bros., have done a
great deal of construction work in
Salem, aiding very materially in
developing a number, of outlying
residence . sections. j
A cat watching a mouse is care
less compared to a village' watch
ing a widower. - ' :
6 AND YOUR
You have an opporttuiity-io receive & per cent on
ybur investments by placing your" funds in a se
curity which does not fluctuate with conditions and
which is the most dependable security you can get.
Real Estate Mortgages are the backbone of all
r Our Mortgage Bonds are secured by income
Salem property and producing Willamette
Valley farms in one ot the richest territories in the
United States. The mortgages are held in trust by
the First National Bank in Salem. These bonds are
sold in multiples of $100 and the, interest is paid
Write or phone for circular giving detailed in
formation on this investment.
Reference any; bank in Salem
Hawkins & Roberto, Inc.
205 Oregon Building. Salem, Oregon.
The Necessity of Saving Brought Home
The inroads made by Christmas expenses have
shown everyone the necessity of preparing for any
seasonal or unexpected emergencies demanding
ready money. v
IIow many of you can see why we have continual
ly urged you to save a part of your income, no matter
how small a part of it it is. A'new year1 is coming,
and don't you think a mighty good resolution would
be to deposit a part of your check every pay day of
the "year here at the United States National ? Do this
and have a ready surplus when occasion demands it.