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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1912)
SALE, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1912.
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EXPOSITION It! ARMORY
OF GOODS MADE 111 SALEM
A REVELATION TO EVERYONE
Exhibits so Numerous That Any Attempt to Describe Them
Would Be Futile But They Are Well Worth Seing and
Will Open the Eyes of Those Who Have Not Kept in Touch
With Her Progress, by Their Number, Beauty and Variety
. The Showing is One of Which Every Oregonian May
Well Feel Proud.
In cnnectlon i with this year's
Cherry Knir Hie local niiiiitit'acturorH
are holding a miiuufiu'turers'- exposl
llon in the armory under the aus
liireH the Murion County Mnnufac
tur.Tv association. This Is the llrst
lime tr.jjt any campaign has hem
made t.. our local manufacturers lo
s-liow :.h people ot Siilem the differ
ent Kinds and . quantity of goods
made ri):hi here at home. A state
wide (j.jniuiRn Is now being curried
on to ductile Oregon people to de
mand Mill buy Oregon-made goods
wlu ieur possible. The local exposi
tion in tin- Armory Is going a step
further ;nd bringing the home inan
uuntur.i' 's product Immediately be
fc.r ttiM attention of Salem people.
'Tills ( lion of the paper Is' entirely
ij-vott i- to our local manufacturers
and every patriotic Salem citizen Is
urged to read the articles and adver
tisements contained In It and when
ever possible ask for these goods.
Kvery dollar spent In Salem means
money back in your own pocket. He
sure to visit the Manufacturers' ex
hibits held In the Armory, nnd famil
iarize yourselves with the names of
the different manufacturers.
HAMMOND LUMBER COMPANY
HANDLES 1MMENSK- BUSINESS
Seeing the great Mssibllltleg which
Salem has to offer, the Hammond
dumber I'wnpany u few years ago es
tablished a large branch office in this
city anil placed at Its head Mr. A. R.
linker, a lumberman who knows the
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Tabulated List of Salem Manufacturers
Salem Canning Co. . . .
Salem Gas Works
Spauldlng Logging Co..
DaderUrher & Fuller .
T. M. Ilarr
Capital Ilakery .........
Capital City Creamery
Capital City Laundry . .
K. C. Cross & Son ....
Capital City Mills
Capital Furniture Co. .
C. M. Kppley
N. D. Klllott
D. J. Fry ;
No. of Monthly Annual The Spa
Men payroll product Itodgerg Paper Co
. 2r.O 1 7,00 $'.100,000, Stolr Cider & Vinegar
. 27 2,000 28,800 Works
ItiO ' 9,300 450,000 Salem Iron Works
ii 4:J0 13,0i)0 Sclinblnger Cheese Fact')-
SO 2,100 100,000 Shafer Harness Factory. .
7 500 35,000 Salem Hrewery Ass'n....
5 ' 226 20.000 Salem lee Co.
6 330 130,000 Stausloff llros
20 1,200 20,000 Salem Steam Laundry ...
15 1,230 120,000 Salem Woolen Mill Store
3 330 120,000 Salem Poat Factory ....
4 300 12,000 Hammond Lumber Co. .. .
3 130 12.000 Dan Sherlock
600 15,000 Thermodlne Co
. - 6 400 00.000 Townsend Creamery ....
D. A. White & Sons . . .
White Swan Ilakery . . ,
Oregon 'Concrete Ilrlck
Drain Tile Co
Falls City Lumler Co....
Itcnsoner & Son
Salem Fence Works
Salem Manufacturing Co.
W. V. Richardson & Co...
Salem Electric Light &
A. I Fraser .... Tlllson
P E. Fttllerton 10
Fanners' Cider Works
(ileason Glove Factory , . 30
German Ilakery 11
H. S. Glle & Co. ........ 90
Otto Hansen is
A. M. Hansen ....
Hickory Dark Remedy Co.
Oliver .lory 2
Korlnek llros ..,.. 5
Kay Woolen Mills 25
Lachele & Jepsen 4
C. F. Lansing o
Geo. F. Mason 4
1). II. Mosher 10
Salem Sewer pipe, Co. .. 16 1,000 25,000
L. H. M. Pierce 8 750 20.000
Knelt llros 4 ' i)(t 6,000'
ONE OF FINEST ATTRACTIONS
OF SALEM'S DIG CHERRY FAIR
IS TO BE FOUND IN ARMORY
Every Citizen of Oregon is Interested in the State's Progress,
and a Visit to the Armory and Examination of Salem
Made Goods Will Convince the Most Thoughtless That
Oregon Made Products Are Good Enough for Oregonians,
and That the Way to Build Up the State is to Encourage
Local Manufacturers. . .
Total 1,611 $ 10S.518 $1,136,700
For years the Individual appeals of
Oregon manufacturers have been
hi ai d througliout the state, but never
before has a concentrated effort been
made to show each Individual Orego
nian Just why ho should purchase Ore-
nou nuide goods to the exclusion of
i.oods manufactured outside ot the
state, which are no better, but cost as
much, or more.
Franklin said, "A dollar saved Is
two dollars earned." Hut a dollar
spent with a local manufacturer
means more to the conininuity than
that sum signifies.
First, you get your money's. worth
for money spent. Second your pa
tronage and that of your neighbor en
fides him to enlarge his plant, hire
more help, purchase more raw mate
rials ami produce mure manufactures.
Take, for Instance, the Salem Can
ning Company, of which Mr. W. O.
Allen Is the efficient manager. Only
last year this company located hero)
and took over the small plant of the
old Mutual Cannery, and yet its dally
output 1b now 30,000 cans of fruit. It
Ij equipped with the most up-to-date)
iiieclilnery and strictly sanitary meth
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SALEM FENCE W0KRS
ALL AT LOWEST PRICES
CHAS. D. MULLIGAN, Prop.
250 Court Street. Salem, Oregon
B. P. O. t
I Cream Cereals
: Biscuit Flour
hLUR?5 I ii "VtWtCT.OM
We extend you an invitation
while in our city to call at
the office, corner Front and Ferry streets, and permit us to
show you through our different departments.
In our large sawmill you will have an opportunity to view
Mhe manufacture of the, loss into lumber, and the waste ma
terial into wood, lath and sawdust.
You will also have an opportunity to see the manufacture
of the clear lumber into rustic, flooring, ceiling and different,
kinds of finishing lumber, in our modern planing mill,
We operate a large box factory, in which you will find the
most modern equipment, with which we supply a large por
tion of the boxes used in this vicinity,
We have just recently completed a sash and door factory
from which we are turnis out a high class of mill woik, and
we believe that you will find a great many matters of iulei-
est in this department,
We trust that you .will find time to make us a visit, and as
suie you that we will take pleasure in showing you through
THE CHAS. K. SPAULDING LOGGING CO.
CIUAIW MAMFACTUHED IN
SALEM SECOND TO NONE
Since the time Sir Walter Raleigh
Introduced the "weed" Into England,
the clvlll.ed world has found solace la
Its soothing ringlets of smoke, and
many a genius has made his fortune
by Inventing a belter tobacco or a
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t Dk,nnnyM1 Ct.tnkllr.t. 1001 X
1 nunc tii main uouiuiioncu iuji
I F. E. SHAFER
I MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER
187 South Commercial St.
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W. Y. RICHARDSON & CO.
55(1 Trude Ml
ecause of the low rates for
"Pure Wool Cassimere and Tweed Suits"
Are famous throughout the country for their
honest materials, faultless tailoring, correct styles
Sold with an absolute guarantee of every suit
$15.00 to $30.00
Shoes, Hats, Furnishings, Blankets
Trunks and Grips
Salem Woolen Mills Store