The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, February 23, 1919, Page 61, Image 61

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whnels and start the
engine rtinnlns on high. The wheels will
spin and emery paper is applied to the
rim with a block and the rust will be
eaten off in short order. By. removing
the fenders and running band from a
.- tn a tmnt whnel- the same Eff-ocess
may be repeated with the front wheels.
Name Is Changed
To Fit Highway
Massillon. Ohio, Feb. 22. An or
dinance is to be introduced In the Mas
sillon city council to change the name
of Main street to Lincoln highway for
the purpose of completing the rderftifics
tion of the local section of the road with
the great transcontinental route. Simi
lar changes have been made in many
of the cities through which the Lincoln
highway runs from coast to coast.
Immense Sum Need
In U. S Road Plans
nntuinm ant TrQ A nfflinla estimate
V J J V llilin w
that road construction and maintenance
In the United . States involve an annual
outlay of over 5300,000,000, a sum which,
if capitalized at 5 per cent. would rep
resent an investment of $6,000,000,000.
There has never been: a nationwide traf
fic census to show either the direction
or volume of traffic over these high
$300,000,000 Yearly
-Outlay for Highways
Government road officials estimate
that road construction and maintenance
In the United States Involve an annual
outlay of over $800,000,000, a uum which
Jf capitalised at 5 per cent, would rep
resent an lnvestmntof $600,000.000
There has never been a nation-wlds traf
flc census to show eithen the dlrectiot
or volume of traffic over these highway
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stubborn going that you will most
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fully and quietly and it wrings the
last bit of mileage from each drop of
will be on display at the show
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Either Right
or Left
TS remarkably low price; the simplicity
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and the ease with which it can be handled
are the main factors, which make the
Happy Farmer the universal tractor. ;
It will be in the forefront
of the Tractors
at the Show