The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, December 10, 1925, Page 11, Image 11

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27ie following advertisers are representatives and, boosters of the fifty-two major industries
of Salem district who are contributing to the campaign of selling the advantages and proven
superiorities of the community
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T. A. Livesley & Co.
Largest Growers, Shippers and Exporters of
PACIFIC COAST HOPS
Offices : Salem, Oregon and San Francisco,
California - 1
BEAnS FIT FOR A KING -
M NED OF IE HEMS
Boston Baked Beans Were Served to Them in Boston, of
Course; and Greera Beans Also The Recipes for the
Preparation, Both of Green and Dry
; (Republished from the States
pa ot March 18, 1920.)
lleans were not considered too
Plebeian' jtq.fcrjre, $ls royal high
ness, King Libert of Belguim, and
Queen Elizabeth on their recent
-visit to the. United States. At the
Copley Pla.za hotel, Boston, he
dined on both' green beans and
dried ones, and the chef who pre
pared them gives his recipes as
follows: 1 , -
Green Beans--Remove strings
from one quart: of small, tender
narrow green beans. Cut in halves
and cook until tender, and drain.
Season with salt,, cayenne .arid
two tablespoons butter. Serve in
silver (get that?) vegetable dish.
HOME WET WASH
LAUNDRY
Can take the Wask
Day oat of yur home
Call 171
; Price 75c and up
Jv-! r7l356 B Street
DRESS SHIRTS
With or without collars, $2.50
values special at 75c and 03c
Cotton Worsted Pants f 1.73
- Capital Exchange
842 North Commercial
x DISEASES
Treated by Osteopathy and
the latest electrical Therapy
including Dr. Abram's elec
tronic system.
No charge for consultation.
DR. R H. WHITE
Physician and Surgeon
566 U. S. Bank Building,
Salem, Oregon -
i industrial center of the United. States is rapidly gravitating to Oregon because of the marvelously favorable conditions and prodigality of resources.
jftp firit pink of an opening rosebud. Every dollar spent for 'OREGON QUALITY," products stimulates it into full and refulgent bloom.
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VALLEY PACKING COMPANY 9.S
SPUDS TO BE SPUDS
IS TIE PREDICTION
Los Angeles .Authority Pre
diets That They Will Be '
-$10 a Hundred
Austin Holcomb, market author
ity, is predicting in the California
troduce "News that "good, sound
notatoes . showing no frost and
closely graded, for keeping quali
ties, will be selling close to the
Sift scwt. mark before the new
crop is ready."
We attributes the present rising
market to the late October and
early November frost damage, of
'which "the nan nas noi dwo
told."-" .
, The Produce News has the fol
lowing' item In its current issue:
llr IfcM'idc to Hold ,
Los Angeles, Dec 4. rotato
dealer are. wondering whatwlll
come next In. the tuber deal. Karly
In October a local broker dealer
bought a block of five cars In Ida
ho, paying, he says," about $1.S0
cwt. A few days later he orfered
the block' to a Los Angeles jobber
at $1.65 cwt. He finally per
suaded the jobber to take on the
five cars and to put them Into
storage, with the promise that he
would buy tliea back at 1, It the
Boston Baked Beans One cup
dry beans, two and one-half oun
ces salt pork, E teaspoonful salt,
1 tablespoon of molasses, ohe
half teaspoon mustard and one
quarter spoonful soda. Soak beans
over night. In the morning over
with fresh water, heat and cook
slowly until skins will burst.
Drain and put in bean pot. In
center bury salt pork. Mix other
ingredient3 with boiling water and
pour over beans. Cover bean pot
and bake eight hours, adding
water as needed. .
KBERT EDITS RADICAL ORGAN
POTSDAM. Friedrich Ebert,
son of the late president of Ger
many, has become editor of the
Social Democratic Volksblatt, a
radical orgart. lie formerly was
editor of the Social Democratic
parliamentary news service of
Berlin.'
DUNSMOOR BROTHERS
221i 8UU Selep&ono 2230
Painter' and "Decorators
Interior or Exterior Work
Wt specirliM n Inferior worir.fXt
at iaow you torn work w hvt done.
Ewp Tour Money in Oregon Buy
Monuments Made at Salon, Oregon
CAPITAL M01TVMENTAX. W0XXS
V J. O. Jones Co., Proprietor!
All Kinds of Monumental Work
factory and Office:
2210 8. Com'L, Opposite I. 0. 0. T.
Cemetery, Box 21
Phone 89. SALEM, QREQOW
BE READY
The coming rains will mean a
busy season for us. . Order now
to Insure early delivery and
choice stock.
v Fruitland Nursery,
i A. J. MATHIS
, ; Proprietor
Office and Sales Yard at New
Salem Hotel Bids.
Rcs.rnnelllF21 Office 1718
Office 169 S. High St.,
In New Salem Hotel Bid jr.
jobber should desire it, at any
time up to' January 1. " !
The dron came a few days after
that and the jobber, on visiting
the dealer, reminded him of the
promise; "Well, I will take them
back at $2 Just as they are in
storage, if storage Is paid to Jan
uary 1," was the dealer's reply.
Yon have bought them,'- said the
Jobber.
1-ast week the jobber paid a sec
ond Tlsit. He offered the dealer
$2.50 cwt. for what he had but
recently sold tor $2. A day later
he raised the offer to $2.65, and
this "week stood ready to pay $3.
The dealer sighed and said he
could not think of parting- with
"golden spuds" which had first!
made him a little proHt in selling
for $1-63 and then had made the
jobber the fine profit of 35c cwt.
when they had been nold back to
him, the dealer. "I guess I'll just
ken them a while and see what
they will do," was the-dealer's
final answer. At last accounts ne
was hardly willing to consider $5
cwt. ' '
JAPAXESK TOMB FOUXI)
TOKYO The tomb of Sharaku,
one of the' most' famous caricatur
lsts in old Japari, 'whose humor
ous pictures of the actors, of his
day are treasured by lovers of art,
esoecially In Europe, is reported
to . have been y "discovered In ' the
Hongyojl temple, -Tokushima, by
rr Rmzo Toril, ; the noted an
throDoloeist. who lsnow staying
there investigating ancient relics..1
HAD HALF ACRE KENTUCKY VhihDEBS "
: THIS L4B, TO HAVE SIX NEXT YEAB
Mr. Hannegan Will Twine Them and Irrigate the Land, and
He Expects to Get Five Tons and an Income of $325
Per Acre, at Least
Editor Statesman:
In response to your request for
an article on growing Kentucky
Wonder beans, will say the most
essential thins; is to get the soil
in the- very best of condition be
fore planting. And the planting
should not be later than June 1.
I planted a half acre this year.
the 10th of June, and sold 4600
pounds. I figured the early fro9t
damaged about fifty per cent of
them. ' ,
They should be planted in soil
that retains its moisture in dry
s
Former for Canners and the
Latter to Take Place of
California Limas
(Following are some excerpts
from the bulletin, "Vegetable Gar
dening in Oregon." being Station
Circular 23 of the Oregon Agri
cultural college, the author beinp:
Prof. A. G. B. Bouquet:)
Commercial establishments, loc
ated in different parts of the state,
are desirous of obtaining at cer
tain times of the year vegetables
for canning such as string beans,
beets, broccoli, cabbage, corn,
cucumbers, pumpkin, rhubarb,
squash, and in some cases toma
toes. Dehydrating plants, also.
are in the market, for various veg
etables which dry well, such as
string beans, carrots, celery, cab
bage, onions, peas." spinach, squash
and some miscellaneous crops.
fnder the climatic conditions
which exist in the state, all of the
above-mentioned vegetable's attain
a , high quality, so that whether
canned or dried, they are much
sought after by wholesalers.
Contracts are offered to grow
ers to produce these vegetables at
a stipulated price per ton. Having
a definite market price thus set
upon the vegetable, it Js necessary
for the grower to produce as large
as possible a tonnage to the acre
in order to have large gross re
ceipts. "When the tonnage yield
Is small the ovehead costs of pro
duction' per ton are relatively
greater. It is extremely important
therefore, that all factors concern
ed In the growing of these veg
etables on contract be carefully
considered, such as good land.
high-grade seed, ample moisture
Mad. On Good city Property
Low rto, auy pirmont plan; U pala
v by end of year.
Farm loans. Urgo or small tracts,
Prtvato sttoney. 8 mo first; 70s
wUl go no farther.
G. V. LAFLATt
410 Off-iron Building
Perfectly Pasteurized
Milk and Cream , ;
Phone 725
Salem Nursery Co.
' Strictly High Grade V
Fruit, Nut and Ornamental
Trees and Plants
- : ' Phone S303 .
' Office: S16 Oregon Bldg.
The whereabouts of -thb tomb has
heretofore been" one of the inter
esting problems for artists, and
XorSbaraku experts in particular.
1 M M
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weather. And not planted in corn,
sunflowers or anything else. I
take small poles about five feet
long, then take twine from one
pole to the other, for the beans
to be trained on. .This lets the
beans hang down and makes
picking yery easy. I intend to
plant six acres this spring, and
put in a complete irrigating sys
tem. I should raise, at least five
tons per acre,, giving me an In
come of JJ25 per acre.
AL. HANNEGAN v
Salem, Ore., Rt. 3, Dec. 7, 1925
for the crops needs and so on.
The cost 'of producing -.he - erop
should be knownnppreimcly- so
that the grower miy estimate
What tonnage it Wneceslsafy "for
him to obtain td pay' production
costs and leave a reasonable profit.
The largest yields of these veg
etables are being obtained on rich
sandy loam bottoms and soils of
an organic nature such as the
beaver dams and similar lands,
chiefly vecause of the natural sub
irrigation of many of these soil
types. Average yields of some of
these vegetables are as follows:
string beans. 3 to 4'2 tons; beets;
.3 to 6 tons; cabbage, 12 to 20
tons; carrots. 10 to 30 tons;, rhu
barb. 10 to 12 tons: spinach, 3 to
6 tons; squash, 10 to 20 tons.
- String beans where irrigated or
growing on rich beaverdain noils
will continue to bear for a long
period and give a high tonnage.
Oregon Linia Beans
While it is not possible in many
parts of the northwest to grow to
maturity varieties of true Limas,
yet there is no reason why the
Limas mentioned In the recom
mended list of varieties should not
be widely planted. The Oregon
pole Lima, which is a large white
bean and related to the scarlet
runner bean, can be matured in
nost growing sections where beans
can be matured at all. The butter
bean, also mentioned in the list of
varieties, is also an excellent bean,
equally as good as any Lima to
be found on the markets from the
south. Both of these beans are
worthy of a place in any garden
where beans can be -ripened, and
the growing of these varieties by
northwest gardeners would mean a
saving of thousands of dollars ex
pended annually for California
Limas.
BAKER. Rainbow mine, fam
ous old producer, will be reopened
and worked.
EUGENE. Forest fire losses
in Cascade National Forest vere
only $879 during 1923.
brand hai, bacon andjla
KEN XELlv-ELLJS
Specialists In
Portrait Photography
Studio: 429 Oregon Building
Square Deal Welding Works
jOxHtcetylene and Electric
We speclalire on cylinder blocks
and aluminum cases, heavy eaat
Iron, steel tanks, boiler and floe
welding, springs, frames and
fenders.
If it's made of metal
- - we can weld U
Phono 86 t
1 9 Ferry St. Salem, Ore
Butter-Nut
Bread
"The Richer, Finer LoaP
CHERRY CITY
BAKERY
SEND A COPYjlEAST
ES
Winifred Byrd Recovering
From Accident and Will
Go on With Her Work
The weekly letter of Mrs. Thom
as Carrick Burke from New York
to the Sunday Oregonian always
contains much interest to the west
as Mrs. Burke herself a Portland
woman. A recent number con
tains the following item quoted
from Nellie Revell, concerning
Amy Lowell's secretary, and is in
teresting from two points of view,
especially to writers. The first 4s,
that-there is money in making
Roetry, and the second is that it
pays to have friends among the
newspaper fraternity, booksellers
and clubwomen if a book is to
have worthwhile' sales. Miss Re
vell, it will be recalled, was a,
"hew1sptip(?r Women" who fell down
stairs' tttra tfrtTke- her back while
engage Work on a jfeyr York
nesj)aper,;WflU"e lying on the flat
of "her 'back she wrote a book,
"Fighting -Through," and at the
psychological moment a Portland
woman at. the head of Melr &
Frank's book department visiting
in the east, conceived the idea of
hosting the. book through the
women's clubs, newspapers lend
ing loyal assistance. As a result
even in far away Portland, Ore
gon, it became a best seller, and
although she has since astounded
her physicians by being able to
California Garage
GUY HICKMAN, Mgr.
SUPER SERVICE
STATION
MOTOR SPECIALISTS
Free Crank Case Service
.High Pressure Greasing
1000 South Commercial Street
Phone 1087
Cylinder Grinding
By Expert Workmen With
"V High-class Tools
-J '-. DONERITE SHOP
40 Ferry Street, Salem, Ore.
WINTER ENCLOSURES
Stationary Tops, Aato
Top Repairing
Onr priCM will pleaae yon
Zn Alley Back of City Fir Dept.
O. J. HULL AUTO TOP A
TAINT SHOP
' HOTEL BLIGH
"A Home Away From Home"
f l.OO per day and rip
Frank D. Bligh
Eat a Plate a Day
Ice Cream
Sold Everywhere
WesternDairy
Products Co.
' r - ... - i-:
P. If. GREGORY, Mgr.
210 South Commercial Street
SALEM
Salem tO.000 by 1930
RICH L. KEIMANN
Real Estite and Insurance
807-308 Orepii Rldft,
j Phone 1013
MI
16 TO
IT
1
Weatherly
leave her bed, ? Miss Revell con
tinues to write a column called
"Right Off the Chest" from which
the; item is taken by Mrs, Burke:
Nellie Revell in her "Right off
the Chest".; column says, "Many
Broadwayltea have wondered in
recent years what had become of
Ada DwyeV, but it was not until
the death of Amy Lowell, the
poetess they found out. Miss
Dwyer, who had contributed one
of the classics of the stage as the
tough, hardboiled, slangy "Frisco
Kate" in "The Deep Purple," had
been living in Boston with the
free verse poetess for the last
several years, acting as her com
panion and secreary. Like Ada
Lewis, who off stage was the very
antithesis of - her "tough girl"
stage personality, Miss Dwyer was
highly refined and cultivated. But
in all her stage characterizations
she was the hard-hearted, illiter
ate woman of the underworld.
"Not only did Miss Dwyer re
ceive the bulk of Amy Lowell's
estate but she also named her
literary executrix, an even greater
honor. This shows what a great
actress Miss Dwyer was, since on
the tage she was a success in do
ing everything that in private life
she could not have done at all."
MiBs Dwyer's name in private
life is Mrs. Gearld Russell. The
estate amounted to over $700,000.
A couple of other items by Mrs.
Burke are of special interest to
Salemites, as follows:
Winifred Byrd is recovering
from her serious accident. Some
early engagements had to be
abandoned, but the plueky little
Oregon artist is determined to be
ready for an approaching concert
at the Waldorf and for her Jor
dan hall concert in Boston next
month. Miss Byrd, who is" a strong
NEW SALEM HOTEL
Where Hospitality Awaits You
New Building, New Equipment,
Best Located
George Crater, Manager
W. C. CalbtrtKon, Proprietor
Blaesing Granite
Company
Roy Bohannon, Mgr.
City View Cemetery
Salem, Oregon
Ik B. DTTNSMOOB
Salem Wicker Furniture
Manufacturing Co,
Wo Sell Diroct
'Ooanlno Bittin Reed Qrillty
Furniture
Xopftirlnf. Kefinlsliing, TJpholrterinX
2218 State Salem, Oregon
F. W. BLISS
AUTO TOP SHOP
Removed from 311 N. Com'l. to
. 245 Chemeketa St.
Septic Tanks
that save more dirtj
work and doctor bills
ready to install, proper
ly designed, and reas
onably priced. We make
this kind,
Oregon
Gravel Co.
Ilood at Front Street
Salem
100 Service 100
Auto and Tractor Repairing
Wo Know How
Wolcorao to oar Serrleo Station T.
Old Timo G One M.r.
GEfTEKAI. OAS, CIS AMD
ACCESSOEIXS SERVICE
A rtaplt tins of Groceries, Confection
ory. Meals and lynches anrtUso. Tao
, ' Chef SHOWS HOW
NORTH COMM EIWTATO
GARAGE & GROCliRT
iwDBSSOir, ADAMS ft iXTTKlT'
, 110-1I1S X. OoaaionUi It.-:i
. -na 77
advocate of American art, intends
to play McDowell's Keltic Sonata
at her annual Aeolian hall recital
in December, and will likely do
something later fo rthe benefit of
the Peterboro colony.
I ran .into Evelen Calbreath to
night as she was returning from
the Carrol club where she sang
for a couple of hundred apprecia
tive girls. Miss Calbreath is both
teaching and studying in the stu
dio of William Brady, and she has
resumed her study of composition
with Rubin Goldmark. The songs
of this talented young woman are
finding wide .. favr r-Suanne
Keener is the' ' latest , artist to
place "The Little House" on her
concert programs.
HAS SUCCESSFULLY
II KINDS
Gets 500 to 1000 Pounds
Dry and" 3 to 4 Tons Green
Beans to the Acre
Editor tatesman: Beans: Yes,
we have raised them quite suc
cessfully for several years. Had
about thirty acres,, including
several varieties, the past season.
Will give a brief outline followed
on our gravelly loam. As in" other
crops succesfully grown, soil ad
aption must be studied. Do not
follow ground used for beets-,
rutabagas, kale or carrots-.'
The first important step is get
ting the ground in first class con
dition. Use plenty of fertilizer,
plow deep by early April at least,
and 'follow up about every ten
days with a good springtooth har
row. Set 4 inches deep. Tfou would
be surprised to know the number
of small weeds you -kill-;, "'also the
ground is settled for planting,
which should be done about the
middle of May to June,, depending
on favorable weather conditions.
If the ground is cold with a per
iod of cold rains, WAIT. Plant
ing a few days, later when the
weather is warm will yield a much
better stand, and you will J5e able
to see the young beans grow from
the start, the resnlts being much
more satisfactory. The amount
of seed per acre varies from twen
ty pounds of smaller varieties to
50 of larger. If the first cultiva
ting and followed' up with the
same, once or twice more, you
will have little use for the hoe.
Oregon Pulp & Paper Co.
. Manufacturers of . '
BOND LEDGER GLASSINE
GREASEPROOF TISSUE'
Support Oregon Products
Specify "Salem Made" Paper for Ycui
Office Stationery . . . .
PHONE
924
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Cherry City Cleaners
231 NORTH HIGH PHONE 934
DIXIE HEALTH BREAD
Ask .Your (irocer
,W Ati Out After Two Millions :
Wo aro lew paytaf orer tbroo
nart.rs of a nUlloa Sonars a rear
to tho dairyaiea ot this, sectioa fox
"Marion Butter'V
v la. the Bntt Ruttcr V
lloro Cows and Better Cows
in tlio crjing need
Marion Creamery
& Produce Co. ,
lalcm. Ore.
Phone Sin
HUlMWi MiM aajfrros allwiio)laMw ft " n ' Itnialli I li i r ' 1 tmmim Wf
Consider what is claimed for
Chiropractic methods and you
will easily realize what a com
mon -sense 'science - it is. It
aims, by removing causes, to
eliminate disease, and does so
successfully.
Phone for an appointment
Dr. O. L. Scott, D. C.
256 North High Street
Phone 87 or 828-R
If You Want-
A Home Built To
Your Notion "
1 In a restricted residence
district
Consult
John Williamson
LONE STAR SERVICE STATZOV
H. Cpitol St. Phone 620
Hill Candy Company
Wholesale and Retail
Manufacturers of
High Grado Candies
1204 Leslie Street ' Salem
Begin harvesting before there id
any danger of beans shattering,
but they should be perfectly dry
for threshing. We use a regular
bean ' thresher with success. Our
yields run from 500 to 1000
pounds an acre, during -normal
years. Also three to four 'tons of
greea beans per acre.
Bean straw or pods are valu
able for cow feed. -C.
A. BEAR
Turner, Ore., December 7, 1925
Portland Steamer Kenus will
bring cargo of nitrates, to reload
with lumber for Chile.' '
Eugene First $100,000 wing
of $500,000 motion picture studio
promised by April.
World markets are openihglbefbrje
Odorless
Cleaning
o rlour bervice
jrree ieuvery
Overland
Willys Knight
Oaldan'd
Sales and Service j
VICKBROS.
High Street at Trade
Gideon Stolz Co.
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