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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1923)
" ' ' r TOB OREflQN STATESMAN. SALE, nUEGON '
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Cycle as Means of! Trans
portation Is Brought Be
; . fore Eyes of Public I
The 'seventh. : annual! '.'Bicycle
Week" ,is ' being . observed as . a
, couatry-1 ide i demonstration li of
SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 192.1
the ninT'inii !inuA .
advantages o be obtained by old
-"u. uag people through the use
or a bicycle.
This la th"e seventh, successive
year la which he joys andbless
ings of -whcplins: have i been
brought ta,th attention of th
general public j In effective and
more or les3 spectacular manner.
Bicycle vroeltr was practically
the forerunner of the special
week Idea for the emphasizing of
the sterling characteristics of. a
commodity' ant the present wlile
cycling activity In the TTnitArf
p . -'j,- - t..- i, -. 't . .. Br-jr . t - av
WHAT great sport to hop
on your tricycle sand ride i to
school and .then back home,.
nnrl.in ininino t rwrf -K .
broaden the chest. - ;
Red-blooded boys ride bi
cycles today, boys who stay
out in the open and prepare
themselves for strong;, clean
manhood. , , .
A bicycle costs little and re
quires hardly anything -to -keep
it going. Seeycntr model
at out showroom. i
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basement, the"' parsonage the
house across the street, tne
moving picture theater, . and the
largest hall in town, called the
armory, . with Sunday : school at
tendants. On the last Sunday, Easter,
they had 784 present, and an
offering of $304, but Molton
had an attendance of 600 and
an offering of S504.,.
O course the Sidney people
anticpated a terrible drop after
it was over, yet cn April 8 there
wer 379 present in Sunday
i Ten adults were received into
the church . ion Caster Sunday.,
i In the -afternoon of that day,
Mr. Elvin officiated at the largest
funeral in the history, of the
town. In the mean time he had
received a : telegram telling that
his oldest sister Mary: was dying
at their old home In Paterson,
New Jersey. He le,ft for New
Jersey at once, and arrived there
on Wednesday, April 4, Just in
time for tha close of the funeral
service. .Miv Elvin stayed at his
old home till Monday, when he
started to Montana, arriving on
Thursday, the 12th.
He found their" daughter, Ju?"
lia,' confined to the house with
a - sprained ankle, but- Mrs. ' tl
Yln 'and Thomas, their son, - well.
Mr. Elvin says", the people- r
Montana are very kind and hos
pitable, and it -is a pleasure t"
be their pastor. ."
Kim Part for sn Cari
Free Expert Advtc
ISO South HUh Street
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FROM the seat of a bicycle you see things with the rest of the Boys go
places where they all gor-cb things as they all do them are with them
always, enjoying the great Outdoors, growing strong, happy, manly.;. Dad
tiii k rr nr. wirVi vnu nnrl rirk out vour favorite model he'll want
i ;. ; V'j. ' 'I ; ".;"W'CYCLE'RIAN?
Largest and Mast Complete Cycle Store in Willamette Valley
one, too, chances are., for the Dicycie, wim us ww uuu wh u up
keep, is the most economical means of transportation, the most health
ful and enjoyable, for work or for fun, for every member j of the family. :
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Automatic windshield wiper, reai-vkw
mirror and aun vitor.
Walnut steering wheel, position adjustable
- to driver's convenience.
. Bumpexs lroint and Mr, iuggS rack,
body (uaidratla. .
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TPHE pictures tell the story, of
!JL jPaige equipment. Everything
that could' add to comfort, corive-
-! I riience and beauty is a parr of the
p! Paige 6-70. Costing farle,ss than if
j b bought separately, thiyeou
. ! HarmoniQUS completeness, . .
,X ; Matching; this perfection of ap
!' i pointmehtstHere is nbVa piece of
! imitation leather in the entire 'car;
I body construction is made squeak
je proof with strips of patent leather,
j j keeping metal from touching wood
V ; Tdp'allv auiet cower: the same
famed performance as in the Paige, :
past; handling ease delightful to the
frailest woman; workmanship of
closest practicable accuracy. All
priced as only Paige could price a v
car of highest quality because
big volume on the Paige-built
Jewett reduces overhead per car
by hundreds of dollars.
j Other equipment pot pictured: two extra
t ; cord tires, tubes,rims and covers mounted
j forward, one each side with lock. Snub- v v
I bers front and rear. Power tire pump;
! electric cigar-lighter; enclosed cars have
I - heater and safety step-lights.
i. 7-passl Phaeton ..$i795 5-pasi. Tour-Sedan $54
4-pass.v Phaeton ..$2795 7-pass. Sedan . . . .$S4
3-passJ Roadster . .$3050 7-pass. Limousine $385
S.passi Brougham $3525 Prices at Salem ,
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Let its show you the Ideal Paige and its.:.
j '.? perfection of workmanship. A ride will
-prove its superb comfort and handling
I H . ease. Just telephone.
Lock built into transmission
States is dne to a considerable de
gree to this 1 annual spring dem
on&tratlon. 5 : I
"Bievele week" serves as the
special period of thefyear when
bicycle enthusiasts advance .tne
many arguments . In. favor or
wheelina for economy, health.
bleaauxe, anort. and. general util
ity.. The. importance f of the bi
cycle as an inaepenaeni iorm oi
individual, transportation. Is un
doubtedly appreciated now more
than ever before. The average
man or woman now has little or
no time to waste for common con
veyances such aa street cars and
rnilwav trains. Much.' time 'Is
lost; in waiting for 3 ar trolley car
and when tha car doeajcome It is
renerallv i crowded !i .The natural
desire is tor some form of indi
vidua! vehicle that adds to con
venience, saves -minutes. Improves
health and is generally useful
feven days in the week. This is
whern the hievole i comes in. The
bicycle is now more, popular than
ever before front the utility
standpoint. ' '" 1 1-."-'
'The trusty bicycle has always
formed- the r cheapest vehicle of
transportation. In this resoectMt
Is - hardly likely that the bicycle
will ever be supplanted by any
other means of personal trans
sorLationL Authorities Vn the sub
ject point out that even walking
is expensive when compared with
wheeling - Moreover, cycling is
twice as i easy as walking , and
three times taster. The bicycle
wil never pass out. " - .
ELVIN'S CHICK '
IS LIVELY OWE
Hot Times in Sunday School
Contest in the Montana
Town of Sidney
Automatic stop light, mounted in
combinanon with tail-light. -
Walnut inatrumeiu. board, with all durfa
Everybody in Salem, or who
was In Salem for a few . , years
before h) close of the woria
war,' knows Rev; James Elvin.
who was. pastor of the First
Congregational "church: of the
capital t city; and i who went , to
France in Y work for the sol
dier boys. ; .
Well. Rev. Elvin is now pas
tor of the People's Congregation,
at church of Sidney, Montana.
Sidney j la in the eastern part
of Montana. Tight up close to
the North Dakota line.
In writing, to a Salem friend.
Mr. Elvin I -writes of wonderful
times' they - have been having' in
that Montana town , and commun
ity.," He says that early in Feb
ruary a Sunday ; school in a
town ; named Molton, 15 miles
from - Sidney, challenged their
Sunday school to a contest, to
last : till Easter the school nav
In : the 1 largest - attendance and
largest offering to Te..the wm
bers; ; each, member- present to
Count one and etery 5 cents to
ieountene. -. . t ' .,'?-
so the- sianey peapie "--ter
it. and they had a wonder
TuT . 111H8. Before at was over
they had filled their church and
Prices The Lowest ia Columbia History. Quality-The Best Columbia ever predaetd.
Equipment The Best in Columbia History and the Finest the market aTcrds.
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!X7E HAVE just1 completed arrangements with the manufacturers tq sell, this world .
VV , famous fine of hicycles exclusively in this vicinity. The recently announced '
astounding pricexeduction enables us to otter you a nign graac ocanurwi tc iiwju
VOLUMBIA' DICyciC at a pntc luwcr nun iuiui wwitj ww. ,
Think of it! The same high grade bicycle your dad used to nde at probably one third.,
the price he paid. Examine the prices closely, then see the Utest models on. exhibition.
at our store toaay.
A-l Columbia Superb
, A.2 -j . Junior Superb
j I .387 Court St : ?
Superb Models-Two-Piec Hangers
" . Motobike
" Racer " , ,t
Roadsltt Models .
w vmuiiaaak a-vwu.s a 1 -
' - Junio- Roadster i
. - Archbar S60.00
. " , Motobike
Women's - ,; ..
f 1 poys Juvenile ' i
- Girls' ; - "
All Prices F. O. B. Factory Weatfieid. Mass.
Coist Price $5 Tiigher r
LLOYD E. RAT.1SDEN
sun . -z! ;
: ss.50 V-lM u t
52.50 , .ViVflr
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" I 1 I Bar- r-r .:.ifirf4n V
A Notable Improy ement In
The crankshaft in your car is the heart of the engine uoon which
economy, durability and the smooth, "quiet transmission of power largely
depend.. "a'' .'.'' vC-'v;- ' :. rj 'V -.'''-i''
, In building a five-bearing crankshaft into the 923 Gardner, the engi
neers of the Gardner. Motor Company have adopted a principle new to
four-cylinder construction, but tested and proved in many of the highest
priced cars of more cylinders. "
Because of this improvement in design the Gardner accelerates
easily from a start to its highest speed without the vibration that im
pairs the service and shortens the life of so many cars. I t fears no hill
that any standard car will climb."' Yet it combines 'with this performance
the economy found m Fours alone.
The one-year f'written 'guarantee of. the Gardner is a guarantee of
balanced value. Let us demonstrate this; the story is best toW on ths
..road..'.:."..,. "j--.-- . t , . ; ; . :
F. W. PETTYJOHN. CO.:
219 and 279 North Commercial