The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 05, 1925, Page 14, Image 14

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.SETTLERS AftECOUlfia.
TO FARMS OF OREGON
1K9 paSiilik.4 ;roMrsa FROM
V ' VARIOUS PLACES
Salem District Gets Many Thi-bugl)
! rortland - Cbarobor of
' i '. : Commerce llurean
'lJ From all points of the compass,
horaeseekers -come pouring Into
.'.Oregon.' - '(''' y-'
l:y A total of 189 families, desiring
to locate on Oregon "farmsv have
'.been 'reported -by- the gateway of-
flees - at Ashland, Ontario, Ore.;
Green s Riven Wyo. : Portland
municipal anto camn and the Los
Angeles branch office of the Port-i
-land Chamber of Commerce, since j
June 1 , .
:., Forty-one of these prospective I
r.ettlers have called personally at'o' groceries and other staples will
the office of the land settlement
department, Portland, and been
'gfven;lnformation and assistance
in- locating. - . v
. For the nionthrof June, 24 fami
, jlles have already been located on
the land in Marions parts of the
state, representing - a capital In-
vestment of ore S1S0.000. W. O.
Ide, manager,aj6tates that complete
"reports., for .the month have not
iyet been received from the various
counties,- and 'that no doubt this
Inumber will be greatly increased.
I Thirteen settlers have .been t
. Jported for Josephine county,' one
ifor Klamath, one' for Deschutes,
and 5ten by. " ,the ' Czecho-Slovak
' chamber of commerce of Chicago,
who have located in various parts
Of the Willamette valley. A few
' 6f the new settlers are: John Tins
ty, of Minnesota, 1 ( acres at Mo
lalla; Jos. Dostil, of South Dakota
33 acres at McMlnnville, J. F.
jllroza, South Dakota,4 62 acres at
- Buttevile; Frank :Klima, - North
Dakota; 31, acres i at Woodburn;
' Jas. Krljci, Illinois', i and John
Denes, Wisconsin.. 121 , acres". at
Whiteson; E. E. Stump, California,
G acres at Bear Creek? Sherman
"Ware, California, ' 50 acres,; Jos
ephine county; IIarvey q Hoff
master; Arizona, 10 acres Joseph
ine county; Thomas ,Gaffey, Cali-
Ifornia, 80 acres Josephine county,
and Emma IL Garret, Arizona, 3
acres near Grants Pass.
STARTING THEATER WORK
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jCONSTRUCTION'ON HIGH WILL
I BCGEf 1N 10 DAYS
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': Construction work on what' Is
to be the largest theater In Ore
gon save In Portland, will be com
menced within the next lO Hays.
The construction work Is . being
held up at present by the slowness
of the excavation; work, which has
been going on for some -ttme
Water has bothered in this work
some, but not ati much 'as it was
feared It might. It-Is expected"
"Lly Indbpcndencc
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Yc11 be freed frcn landlords and rfent receipts and moving days. I Your
hcr-.e'vrill be . blessed with'ece and contentment, with the happy? shouts
cf chllircn, with sunshine and flowers. ; . ..
"D;:cii2 cn this Independence Day to Own Ycur Own Heme end yotfli'jcin
the thrcr. cf successful,- progressive I Anericans' wh &re the backbone of
the country thank God for every one of them!
Your UNCLE SAJ.I
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above cheerfully subscribed to' arid endorsed by
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that the building will be cdmplet-'
ed within 90. days ' after actual
construction work is begun. ,
. ! Several names are " being con
sidered for the new theater which
will be located on High street'be
tween -State and Ferry, but as yet
no name has been, "definitely
chosen. ' : - - -y
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LIBERTY ; IS J REMODELED
THEATER Bt'JLlH.Va BECOMES
STORE NEXT MONTH
The liberty theater, one of Sa
lem's oldest theaters. Is being re
modelled Into a store building
The seats, organ and other equip
ment, were "removed this' week,
and will be replaced" Immediately
P to. flate store fixtures.
Tn new, store will be the sixth
01 tne chain . or . cosmopolitan
istores to be established in tne
Willamette valley. -A general line
be - carried, and the practice of
having no article at .. a . greater
price than SI will be carried out.
The whole front of the theater
is to be - remodelled,-' allowing
space for window displays. The
hew ' store is to be opened for
business by the middle of August,
FIRT ROTORi 1'ACIITON TRIAL
POTS DAM-y-The world's first
rotor yacht was a 'feature of the
exhibition for aquatic sports held
recently.' Jt made a trial trip
eacfi day 'of . the exhibition f on
Templin lake and performed satis
factorily. ? , ;, ;'-. f ; 1. '
IRISH CENSUS TO BE TAKEN
DUBLIN.-A census , will be
taken in .Ireland next -year, . in
the northern counties at least. It
will be the first count of the popu
lation since before the war.
f Lone" Star - "
' ' Service Station
and Camp Ground
1998 N. Capitol Street
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John Wulii
amson
Prop.
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Builder of Homes
: 'for -sale 'on easy terms.
"If you are looking' for
' a' home call on us.
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t i!:m,-AIlar.;:, Lents, Hutbnrd, Ycmhill, ni":bcro, T.-zs
SALEf.f PROPERTY OWNER
PAYS AN AVERAGE iAXtBloomIngton 1U-
BLTLDIXO ASSESSED 50 "PER
CENT OF VALUATION -
Chamber of Commerce Requests
' Figure f rem 25 Cities of
Similar Size
Taxes are always of interest to
property owners and while there
are many complaints, figures com
piled by the chamber of commerce
indicate that many cities of 'the
corresponding size pay more than
do local persons. - Property in
Salem is assessed at about 50 per
cent of its aetual value and the
rate to be paid this year is 50.S
mills, or $50.50 on an ' assessed
valuation of $1000. ;
Requests for figures were made
of other chambers of " commerce
throughout the country and the
answers' show that the owner, of
a $10,000 building in Salem pays
a ho nt &w ftTPrarn tar. 1
Following are the ' cities from
which answers were received;
Salem, Ore. . ... .'.$252.50
Centralia, Wash. ...... J 365.00
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Xf your home U already built
: let nw show y6a how you can
effect a considerable fuel saving
and get greater 'alt-seaaoa com
fort by lining your attic with
' Celotes Insulating Lumber.
Celotex brings to the simplest
boa comfort baly costly rJe
have bad before. It enables boto
" builders for the first time to ob
! tain complete idstiUtioa practi
cally' without extra -oost." Phone
:'s Cor mors informttioa. '
Oregoxi Gravel Co.
Hood at Front St.
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Ciluim tm mm 9 twflins"
Stdp:heat loss
atlthe
210.00
200.00 !
279.50
207.00
413.67
240.00
35S.O0
254.00
211.00
387.00
230.87
296.00
202.20
247.00
350.09
400.65
379.00
2S0.00
251.50
200.00
uasper, .wy, ......
Albuquerque, N. M. .
Crawf ordsville, Ind. .
La Porte, lnd. .. , . .
Clinton, Iowa ......
Riverside, Cal. -'....
Aurora, 11L . . ......
Aberdeen, Wash. . .'.
Olympia, Wash. . ...
Atchison, Kan.
I Fargo," N.'D., I . V. . . .
Yakima, Wash. . . .
Bremerton, Was,h
Everett, Wash. . . .
Bellingham, Wash. ;
Walla Walla, Wash.
Vallejo, Cal.
Speedy Planes to" Bring
Bombay Close to London
LONDON, July 1. AH steel alr-
nlanea now under construction
here will make the trip from Eng
land to India, roughly 8000 miles
as the crow would fly, if he were
able to accomplish it. In three days
and some odd hours, according to
recent announcement of the air
ministry under whose supervision
the machines are being built.
The specifications provide that
the planes be equipped with three
motors developing 2000 horsepow
er, and it is hoped they will be
able to accomplish 100, miles an
hour, and possibly even a greater
speed. A crew of ioar or five
will operate each machine, which
wlH'Mrnr 9ft tri nflaunrara Tt
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is proposed that these giants, of
the air travel day and night, there
being sleeping accommodations
and hot' meals by means of an elec
trie -cooker.
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RahereId and Certaln-teed
f t Booftbs Blaterlals , '
Peadenlng Felta .
Asphalt Sheeting
- Building Papers . . ' v i
Perfection Plaster Board
Pabco Painta 'and Oils
Paboo Varnishes and Stains
Peerless Bnilt-lna
Mallo 3ail Boxes
Cedar Shingles ; '
Standard Gypsum Plaster
' AVaterproofings for Cement
DuPont and Giant Explosives
Gabriel
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Company
"173 'SOUTH. COMMERCIAL
Choose ITourWoodwoflc
With Care
-TTTrtTlIAT "thought, study," patience and en-
A vrtlsasra'TOU "P into the plans for a new
- V V I house-7-hours spent on room arrangements r
, - ' and studying styles of homes.; ;
. Do you as carefully consider the interior
. trim and . your - built-in fixtures stairs,
. .book cases, buffets, doprs, and' the break-
.; fast nook t. ;. ... .. ,
' V ; . Pmiiture"J and decorations can. be ,
changed "if necessary, but 'changing the
v -'.'(' woodwork is serious and expensive.
i ' ; Specify 'Spaulding interior trim, and
sSpaulding bxiiltns and you'll have no re
' grets. You will get the best? material,
. 'accurate fitting, and 'beautiful workman-,
. ' , ; Advise with ui before . building. Get
our prices on woodwork and building ma
. 'terial. i You will be Under no obb'gation.
JUNE BUILDING RECORD
EXCEEDS LAST YEAR'S
TOTAL FOR MONTH IS S3H5,?00
! REPORTS SHOW
Forty; Permits, Issued; Sschool,
Chnrrh, YMCA'aad Apartment
J i Are Invaded
The number of building permits
issued at the city recorder's office
during the past month of June,
shows a decided increase over that
of the same1 month last year. "'
During June, 1923,- forty per
mits to"' erect new buildings, at'an
estimated' cost of $107,000 were
issued. une permit to erect sr
new chnrch, school and parrish
house at an estimated cost of
$100,000;' one permit to erect a
Y.M.C.A. building at an estimated
cost of $125,000; one permits to
erect .an apartments house at 'Bn;
estimated; cost of $46,500;. arid
two permits to erect! 'garages at
an estimated cost pf $2,200 were4
ALL SUPPLIES WE
BUY WlTlH jCARE t
ANDYOUUj
FIND OURL
PRICES
NELSON BROS.
S35 Chemeketa
Phone 1006
MATERIALS
XuPont Enamels
Dnco Polishes
3Ietal Lath, Corner Bead ,
Starshall A Steraa Wall Beds .
'Bicketson's Mortar Colors ,
Cabot's Quflt--Ueat and sound
. deadeners ' m
'Duplex Joist Hangers and Beam
.'Caps T
Concrete Hardeners f
Cabot's Shingle Stain
ltuberoid Shingles 5
Certain-teed Shingles 1
Basement Sash x
& Supplyv
pnoxE 72a
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also issued during the 'month, and
in addition to that five permits to
alter and repair 'buildings at .an
estimated cost of $4,100, brlngin
the, grandtotal of all, permits is
sued to $385,700'as against $59,-
405 for the same month of last
year. -- .
UNIQUE DISTINCTION CLAIMED
BERNE, Switurland Cerman-
Australa is now the cheapest place
In Europe in which to lire, says
the Berner Bund, This la due. It
is said, because' the place Is less
able Xa make gold, payments than
any other part of Europe. t
We have a'few thousand feet of 1 x 4 novelty rustic that
vWe? vvillisell at $1 7,50 per thousand, r Also some 6-inch
novelty rustic for $ 1 9.00 and S20.00 per thousand. These
; prices' are good" for ' a short ' time only. Remember the
place or come and inspect 'same. The home of Upson
Wall Board arid Tile, - Plaster Board,1 Sherwin Williams
Paint and Oil.'- Jiisi received a car of good' cedar 'posts.
"We have "Everything in Building Material. No cheap
pick up' from small mills, but all from our own mill at
Valsetzi The recent' fire in' the vicinity 5f our mill has
1 done but very-little damage.! : -
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The cottage type dwelling
adapts Itself readily to artistic
design and with proper atten
tion to floor plans tbe maximum
of cozy comfort may be worked
aut in four well arranged rooms
of modern size.' For one or two
people the" design "shown here
bas proved Ideal and with alight
modifications may be. made to .
i suit families of 1 three or f our
members.
The stucco" exterior with Its
ilmple lines, well placed window
spaces and arched entrance to
the tiny porch, 'is Quaintly at
tractive and has an appeal for
the home lover 'not found in
many larger houses. : Ornamen
tal shutters, flower boxes and
bits of ahrubberv rive nleasinr
dasher of color. :
Interior of the house Is well
arranged for comfort and con-'
venlence. The vestibule lead
ing ! from the entrance norch
preserves the privacy of the liv- .
ing room and offers a place for
disposition of-hats and coats.
Its single narrow window af
fords ample light and wil sug
gest a variety- of- furaishinr
schemes to the housewife.
The living room is lirht ni
airy and the fireplace will serve
in this climate for heating pur
poses auring tne greater nart of
the year. The well lighted din-
ling, nook between livlnzr room
and kitchen Is a delightful ar
rangement and 'the "kitchen it
self Is Just large enough to op
erate without wasted Steps.
jaa one sleep Inst room ia-f
ample dimensions and Its win
dows Insure crc3 ventilation.
With Its closets and bath th
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IMPROVE YOUR HOT,.
..- 1 Manufacturers of
Tents, Awnings and Qanvas Goods
of All Descriptions
FRANK BIOXNER
729 North IJberty Street Salem, Oregon . Phono 415
Mitchell
Everything in Building Materiar ?
349 South Twelfth Street, Salem,' Oregon
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ehairtber completes a charming'
layout of living quarters for one
or two people, married or bach
elor. Floor space .comprises SS1:
square feet, galling for modest
construction cost. Blue prints
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We wiU'come to your homefior place
of business, make estimates anytime of
day 'or evening at( your convenience
rithout charge or obligation. We are
always pleased to show you samples.
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