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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1922)
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SALEM, OREGON, SUNDAY" MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1922
TRICE: FIVE CENTS
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Crater' lake ' National : Park
; ahd; Oregon Caves Visit-
ed on Motor. Tour .
' ; Russell and Wallace Bonesteele,
I With a party of friends, have just
, , returned from a trip ta Crater
lake and the Oregon cares In Jo-
Going south from Salem, the
1 road is paved to Albany' then it
" la macadamized to Corvallls, and
i Dated from there to Enrene. At
j Oakland there Is a 13-mile detour,
iaiuuu Bume uw road cunsiruc
tlon. Thla fa a, very rough and
( tempestuous 13 miles. !: Fieyond
j this, most of the road through
Roaeburg and Grants Pass Is pav-
edj There is one little detour at
t GryiU Pass. Central Point, where
""the Crater. Lake rbad leads off
eastward" from the main highway,
:riL,lfl 253 miles from Salem;- from
were to Crater Lake Is 88 miles.
tad Rim Part for all Can
f Frea. Expert AdTtcev ;
IRA JORGENSEN ;
f 10 South High Street
with the road in fair condition.
Some parts of this lake road are
now under ' construction, and
short detours , may be necessary
during working hours. There are
good camp grounds at Union and
They describe the 40-mile road
around the. r(m of the lake, and
about 2,000 l&ttt above it, as one
of surpassing grandeur. The lake
Itself i3 one of the wonders of the
world. - Good fishing can be had
in the iake. It is a fact not known
to everybody, perfiaps, and that
because it Is a national reserva
tion and so.,not subject to ordin
ary, game laws. The angler may
fish there without a license.
It Is 22 miles from the lake to
Fort Klamath, over a good road.
There is One Bide trip, to the Gar
den of the Gods on Canyon creek,
where the observer looks across
the precipitous canyon, seemingly
thousands of feet deep, to the cur.
Jonsly chiseled and sculptured pin
nacles of rock that make the ever-
lasting, granite "Garden". At
Fort Klamath, the travelers found
vast herds of cattle, in numbers
never seen or dreamed of in this
part of the Willamette valley.
There is a 40 mile drive along
the shores of Klamath lake, that
is described as a splendid boul
Yard -and there isn't a speed cop
within, radio distance. The White
Pelican hotel at . Klamath Fairs
was one of the greatest marvels of
the journey, they say. To find
such a hostelry so far inland, as
, tonlshed - them almost as greatly
as tho Crater Lake itself. "
AND HER NEW CHANDLER SIX
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f Aid to; PORTS
Interstate Commerce Com
mission' Decision Consoli
"A stiff, fast ride ia my -New Chandler Six wipes out
that; tired feeling after a hard day at the studio," says BiHie
Dove, the nineteen-year-old movie star, who recently joined
the Hollywood colony.
Every day as soon as her' work at the studio is finished,
Billie jumps into her Chandler and speeds to shore"br mouiv
tain. ; i ; .
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From Klamath Falls to Keno
there is 13 miles of good roads;
and then, the next o2 miles' to
Ashland should be driven by a
deaf-and-dumb man any one else
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THIS IS A ST UDEBAKER ' Y-EAR
' ; STUDEBAKER
On All Models
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Owing to redartion of freight rates and the policy of The Stude
baktr Corporation to produce the Best Automobiles on the Market
at reasonable prices, we are enabled to quote the following prices
effective August 1 1922, ' ;
Ught Six Touring, 5 passenger ...i.... .....$ 1 190.00 .
Light Six, -2 passenger Roadster......... ,..:..:... .M 190.00
Ught Six Coupe...:..;....:...;.; .........:...-.... . . $1450.00
Ught Six Sedan..; ..:......: ,.-..$1795.00
Special Six Touring, 5 passenger. .........$1525.00
Special Six Club Roadster.... ....:...$ 1525.00
Special Six 2 Passenger Roadster... .;:........i:......... ... $1495.00
Special Six Coupe..............: $2195.00
Special Six Sedan... . $2375.00
Big Six Touring, 7 passenger...............,.;...:.... ........$1935.00
Big Six Speedster. . .......$2075.00
Big Six Coupe.. ........ ......... . ... .................:...........$2650.00
Big Six Sedan ....$2850.00
vh- All prices F. 0. B. Salem, Oregon . .
These are quality Automobiles of highest standard -We
are proud to call your attention to OUR LIGHT SIX
they say. is bound to say things
he will regret. There.is a r0-mile
drive over fairly good roads from
Grants Pass to Oregon caves, a
trip that they found woriterfuUy
prontabie to take. The eaves
rank with the most wonderful
limestone caves in Kentucky and
in Missouri. A tour takes three
hours of steady travel underground.
The. traveler made the trip
withoct so much as a puncture.
The ports of the Pacific do not
and never have had such consoli
dated cperatlon as Is possible un
der a recent decision! of the inter-
Etate commerce j commission
whereby absolutely common use of
terminal facilities Is accorded all
railroads' entering any port, if car
ried to Its logical conclusion
whenever the comm'ssion may so
direct. - " : . - ;
This Is the interpretation plac
ed upon the " decision by Hal F.
Wigg.n$, traf fie -expert of the
Oregon commisfciony upon receipt
of a copy of the decision yesterday.
Portland To Benefit
In Portland, for example, the
decision could have the effect of
making possible, whenever the
commission may so order, a com
plete free use of all trackage of
the Portland terminals by four
transcontinental roads, the Great
Northern, the Northern Pacific,
the Oregon - Washington Rail
road & Navigation company and
the Southern Pacific, and also of
the shorter lines entering that
city. It may otter a solution to
the terminal troubles that have
harr.i?fc-d the port of Portland
and dock commission . oftic'als
and the shipping interests on the
East Side and other portions. At
presenit Portia nr. has a very lim
ited common user arrangement of
terminals, unde which the South
ern Pacific, the O.-W. R. & N. and
the Northern Pacific are only par
"The most interesting and far
reaching decision that has ever
come out of the transportation act
of the) Interstate commerce com
mission, for tha reason that 'con
solidation' is the biggest word in
tbe railroad vorld today." s the
way Mr. Wiggins describes the de
Tha case from which the decis
ion emanated was that the Hast
ings. Minn., Commercial club "vs.
The Chicago, Milwaukee ft St.
Paul Railway company.
Georges Carpentier will become
a movie actor. He ought to be a
knock-out. . - , i
"ITS A DAYTON" .
LLOYD E. RAMSDEN
! 387 Court Street PJone 1687
ARE flPPOHTI DT1ED
Distribution, to Couniesr of
State Made by Secre
tary of State
worth of cherries. They were
good-aized trees, and it took
some work to pick 'em but be
has the checks to show that he
got the, money, j
It r.ight not be impossible to
beat that record. Fifteen bushels
of chtriies Is a lot, however, even
for most good trees.
The black cherries have not
brought quite . the price ' of tlio
'Hoyal 'Anes, ; but r they . "have
brooght enough to make real mon
ey. ' '
Announcing a Slight Reduction
IN FORD CARS, TRUCKS AND TRACTORS
Chassis ...l .$471.52 Sedan .....$754.80:
Roadster . ..i . 514.56 Coupe.. ........ ,637.20
Tounng .... ..i.r................. 544.72
All Equipped with Starter and Demountable Rims '
j. .522 J72 Tractor: ....!.: 484.60
4 1 At Your Homo - , .
, More Value-
arion Automobile Co.
Open Day and Night Salein, Oregon - " Phone 362
The Der canita aDDortlonment of
school mtfheys among the 36 Ore
gon counties for 1921, made yes
terday by Secretary of State Kde-
er, 1 11 cents greater percaijd
than a year ago, or $1.85 this year
and 11.74 last year. This is con
sidered a remarkable showing for
the reason that the school census
shows 6S6S more persons of
school age In the state this year
than last year.
Tha total amount apportioned
yesterday is $422,088.60 for 228,-
156 persons of school age. Last
year the amount was $384,985.60
for 221,268 pel sons of school age.
This year's apportionment ' by
counties follows: i
Baker , .
Benton . . . .
Clatsop . .
Columbia . . ,
Crook . .
Deschutes . ,
Douglas . . .
Grant .. ..
Jackson . . .
Jeffervon . ,
Klamath . .
Lane .. ,.
Lincoln . .
Linn . .
Mar'ou . . .
Morrow . .
Polk .. ..
Umatilla . .
Wallowa . .
Wasco .. .
Wheeler . .
Total . . .
. 1.061' ,
Two Cherrv Trees Yield
Money to J. E. Phillips
J. E. Phillips of Spring Vajlar.
near ZenavIn Polk county, seems
to be the prize-winner in eherr'es
this year. If not for a large or
chard, "lat least for orcharda of hia
; From his two Black Republican
trees he harvested and sold to the I
Drager Fruit company : $112.58
VICK - BROTHERS
MID: SUMMER PRICE
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NEW PRICES ON CARS
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NEW PRICES ON TIRES
Lower prices all along the line
Come in and see our new modeb at reduced prices
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The New Businessman's Coupe on our floor is one of the latest
Call in for demonstration and further information
The House of Quality Cars
High and Trade Streets