Crook County journal. (Prineville, Or.) 189?-1921, July 07, 1921, Page Page 7, Image 7

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crook comnr johmal ,
Mammoth Cave In 1112.
VI nil ore to the MHtnmofb cave In
Kentucky, whose stt'ntlon Is attracted
by the brilliant arches of crystal, by
(lie amazing echoes, and by the di
versity of the rock formation, may
not rernfftulier that this partlculer lo
ullty wss once of greet prscUcal
iM-m-nt to the country. For It was by
reason of tie Immense deposits of salt
reter. used In the manufacture of gun
(towdeff during the War of 1812, that
ihe spot was Bret given notoriety.
has overcome the commonest
causes of tire trouble
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NUMBER
1
TREAD CUTS
When a tire is cut, dirt and
moisture work in between the
layers of cords weakening the
tire and causing decay.
In this construction every cord U
Impregnated with rubber, the tlr
being single man that offers
unique protection against Inroeds of
dirt end moliture ye ii flexible tn
the extreme.
Mlchelln Tires offer maximum pro
tection against such Injuries. The
exceptional toughnnes and thickness
ot the Mlchelln tread prevent cuts
from penetrating; and It a cut does
penetrate the Injury Is minimized
by the Mlchelln body-construction.
Let us show you a Mlchelln cord. -
SERVICE MOTOR SALES
CEO A. HOLMES
We put on a new tire within a radius of 5 miles free of charge
for aorvlce
PHONE 801
Where the f Is Sacred.
In Japanese mythology the f.ix Is
represented as having been horn first
Into this world, and even now when a
fox la seen he la renal-tied hy moat of
the more humble -liinea s a nipa-eti ,
er from heaven.
Checkers Played by the Ancients.
The cntiie of checkers l very an
cient, being- known to the Egyptians,
Oreekii mill IImiumiik., It wit played
In Kurope In the Sixteenth century.
An old form of chv kern J known tn
China ax "the name of circumvention."
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No marrer
a nurbjr
Hrby U.
WW says th&t
'hM$wi fees auns
MOST everybody knows the
easy-going sort of man who
never takes a tire seriously until he
gets a blow-out.
How long he will resist universal
tire education is a question.
But this is sure
More people are finding out every
day that between leaving things
to luck and getting real economy
there is a big difference.
Many a car-owner has come to
U. S. Tires because he couldn't afford
to keep on paying that difference.
Probably seven out of ten users
of U. S. Tires came to them only
after they'd had enough of "dis
counts", "bargain offers", "clearance
sales of surplus stocks" and other
similar appeals.
They have found economy and
they stick to it.
United)
United States
Elkins
Explanation of Name "Canada."
Thura r. varimia thuortoa an tA how
Canada came to be no called, one
whlilt merle with wide approval Is
that ilia word Canada Is derived from
n Indian word, "Kannaihn," tnt-anlng
i vIIIuk or collet-turn ur tiuta, ana ii
la minnowd that Jaraues Cartler. hear
!uu this word uned by the Indians with
wfHrcmv tn thHlr settleiiiKlits. mlfttonk
lis meaning, and applied' It to the
ebole con til 17
Novel "Ferris Wheel."
The ferrls wheel of fluu'lad Is
built of long poles attached, to a
heavy long crowtrilece ; on the ends of
the poles rode woollen chairs are
placed. In which the lovers of excite
ment are uttumwd, while by mun pow
er the revolution la made, the rider
get 1 1 tin a tlold thrill of the real
Ferris wheel.
Tha Mama Llfa.
Rennomlea chuniea man's actlvltlea
Am inn rlmim a itinn't activities roc
change his way of living, and as yoo
Change his environment you cnnnin
his state of mind. Precept and liijunc
tlon do not perceptibly afreet men; but
food, water, air, clothing, shelter,
pictures, books, mimic, will and da
affect them. Exchange.
Lines to Be FUin.-rnj;red.
Many a aliuft at ruii'l..in kciiI, Amis
mark the archer little 111 it; and
many a word, at random spoken, tuny
soothe or wound a heart that's broken.
Walter Scott.
wAere ihmy re there's
V. S. Ceaer with him
5. Factory Branch"
They pay a net pricenot "some
thing off list" that may not mean
anything in the first place.
They get fresh, live tires, being '
made and shipped while this mes
sage is being written.
No matter where they live there's
a nearby U. S. Dealer with his
nearby U. S. Factory Branch.
U. S. Tires keep moving.
No opportunity to get old and
dried out. No shifting here and there
trying to find a market.
Every U. S. Tire a good tire,
wherever you find it anywhere in
the country.
Because the U. S. policy is a good
policy that serves the car-owner all
the time.
U.
Doing the very best for him" that U.S.
human good faith can do.
$' Tiros
Rubber Company
SBlXaVV
Motor Sales
The Bank of Prineville
, CAPITAL STOCK $55,000.00
""THERE is no section of Oregon so full of latent resources as
Crook County and adjacent territory. We have abund
ant faith in its future growth, and purpose to lend , every assist
ance in its upbuilding and development. You can help in this
development plan by opening an account with us. There are
many other ways we can be of real service to you. Come in
and let us get acquainted and talk it over.
"The Bank of Helpful Service"
OFFICERS
J. t. KARNOPP, Pre.
A. J. NOBLE. Vlco Pre.
W- O. HALL, Cashier.
Geo. F. Euston, Aaa't Cashier.
THE U. S.
CHAIN TREAD
One of the few tires of
which It may be said that
they daliver economy
year in and year out and
tire after tire.
The U. S. Chain Tread
glvea sufficient traction
on all ordinary road sur
faces. It ia probably the
handsomest, and by all
odds the most popular,
of the whole U.S. Fabric
Tire Una.
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United States fires
are Good Tires
U. S. USCO TREAD
U. S. CHAIN TREAD
U. S. NOBBY TREAD
S. ROYAL CORD
RED & GREYTUBES
DIRECTORS
J. L. KARNOPP,
W. O. HALL. .
A. J. NOBLE,
J. M. ELLIOTT,
LAKE M. BECHTELL.
Don't forget that
the Crook County
Journal is only
awaiting the re
ceipt of your $2
to appear at your
home
times. It saves
you the trouble of
always borrow
ing it from your
neighbor.
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