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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1921
AUTOS, ELECTRICITY AND TIRES TABOO WHEN FORD, EDISON
AND FIRESTONE GO ON ANNUAL VACATION IS
Above are shown (left to rlitht)
Henry Ford, Tbomu Ai Edlon
and Harvey Mreatone. ' The pho
tcraph was taken while they were
- And u:o this rcd
EAVIN'0 Salem you follow the
r j Pacific Iligbway to Jefferson
which Is 18 miles from Sa
lem, then on to Albany 10 miles
farther. This portion of the trip
1 j all ; on paving and the streets
ct tha towns are clainly marked
with highway signs so you cannot
miss the road. i
" , The bridge at Albany is closed,
S3 you turn to the left at the foot
cf the bridge and take the east
tile route to Corvallis, 37 miles
from Calera. This Is an excellent
gravel road. ' ' i .
Fellow the Newport highway
t'"-a oat of Corvallis and you will
f: :1a gravel road taking yoa Into
T lilomath, 4 57S" miles Trom Salem.
Cosfectlonery, Fountain Drinks,
II Ilk and Cream -
I :' :ry wl.i hc3-cocked prod
uct j, j I as, cakes, and ; ether
good things.' .
rilloaath, Oregon. -' : "
After leaving PhilomattJ the
road is sllshtly rough for thd first
f aw niles but one U comfortable
tt a speed of about 25 miles.
About 12 miles from Philomath
proceed more carefully,, as there
Ira rock' crusher and a bridge
tnir . construction, both requiring
i crt detours cf a few feet on a
rather narrow road. - '
'After these dstonrs the road is
excellent and fainy straight into
!' 'yvi;;-;. wM-'i 75.1 miles' from
L Tt:3 : ,:i!oa cf tha road
f.';-3 .la . ;:":-loa', the Marys,
I'iUa Elk, isl: Yaquina firers.
Arjosa wl::!n3 .to', tarry; and fish
I r a f -ort time shoud stop and
t 's. Tlr. I.!au;h, proprietor of the
t :rvice Etatlcn and store in Eday
rl!3 to direct them as there is ex-
te'.'.m flahins.-- - ' ''i ' ;"
Cervice etauon, Garasi.
General r'erchandise f
C. T. C. & r-c'-csr -Tires
TLa balfwr 7 i'.-t; ,n between
. Corralllj .":: I ..irewporf...
From Ediyville toToledo which
ii 93.2 miles from Salem, the
highway is freshly graveled and
a wonderfully scenic . trip. , The
fact that there are numerous
carv9'-nd rather- .heavy traffic
requires that yoa exercise cau
tion.. ' ;.; !. "
Ca' feachlzf the -outskirts of
i:wport, if -you1, wish to go to
Agate Beach turn to the risht at
tha first service station that you
reac'a and follow; the plank road
for three miles; It you. wish to
3 t3 1,'ye Beach follow the tlgh
"'3y into town until you reach
tha stage terminal, 100 miles
Jrom-Ealem, then turn' to the right
&zi fallow the planking1, or If you
ta go to the -downtown sec
Usa turn to the left at the jterml
il and follow the planking.
C":r;:r Fi:::ns Prefer Ch!ps
To FI-w't Across Channel
-T"!y 21. American ships seldom
: : 5 the trip between Bremer
hivca and Southampton without
lurirj carrier pfseons as pasE-en-:
r3. 7: 3 : -rs of the shipping
! .eri r- '5 ! to nade a prac
l: i cf f . , tl. tired carriers
f' -5 ;. I v-:?er, ar,i - ttey
" : " : I to i'.tify
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togrether for their yearly rest from
business cares at Mr. Ford's , his
toric Wayside Inn at Sudbury,
Mass. "Talking shop' Is forbidden
locr - It will tell you the
; Salem to
A Real Place to Eat.
Sea Food3 A Specially
( Dining room over the bay
Near boat landing .
Eert E. Allen, Prop.
Gas and Oil
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Lincoln County's Largest
(Formerly The Coffee Cop) '
Where niffb way mad City
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Fast , and personal service
featured. Meals, Fountain,
'h t.'KLunche3j;'v.-';) i .
? Burt Hurabarger, . Prc?.-
Arjato Beach Inn
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Host scenic beach on the .
. . , . jhaclr;3 loast . - kv.
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Three floors "of solid rrafort
Dining roc . ia coza. tloa
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An Idra! VatMn- and agate
beach SheIUrd from the 'strong
. : .' winds " " . - '-
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For rates and reservations
' r -;. ': addreBS ; 1; -
-ICathcrino r Georrjc
j , Agate Beaeh, Oregen
; On Nye Beach.
Bisger and Better
' SO Rooms $1 fp
Running Water Steam Heated
200 Feet From Ocean
- RESTAURANT'1 '
Meals Served" 4 - ;
A. J: HOWELL, P,I-r,
i P.h one ,
the Stars and Stripes whenever
they are weary, t ; - 1
Usually the birds seek'the ships
Cherry City Cottascs
' Clean Cottages ;
For re-p-rvations please write to
GEO. G. SMITH
2? - . Newport
-u- A f. f -;
by mutual agreement when ? th
automobile maker, the electrical
wizard and the tire manufacturer
exact condition of the
A. L. THOMAS
Agitte Cutting and Mounting
Oregon Pictures, Agate Jewelry
w ! NEWPOIIT. OREGON
, Ed Stocker, Prop.
IT Back ana Tront StrMt
Caoic freia and cured meata of aS
kind, Pottltry, ate.
Troat Street Phone 7505
Nye Beech Phone 2551.
Drop Us a Car and We Win Ears
; Ton a Stan
. AeeeeeoriM, oils. Ore sees
Sepeirmc en All Make of Cars
HUNTER BROS. GARAGE
v i Skating Rinlc
Hardwood floor 123x53
Ton will find this an ideal place
to spend your evenings half way
between bay and ocean. 11
j The Log Cabin
Tranches and Confectionery
Speeial Sunday Dinner 'Served.
This house Is conducted by
former Salem people and solio
" Its your patronage.
Erickson and Johnson, Prop..,
Mrs. rngh. of Corveills, la cherce of
dining room. Eates $2.50 per day
(meels and bed). One block (rota peit
offlce. ., . - .v " : .,
fR5t. a. C. AIX15N f -NEWPORT,
OSEOOH - -
As You Like It '
Home Cooking and Baking.
Confectionery in connection
' Ercrything now and clean
In the heart of the Nye Beach
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Mrs. Stella Flemming
' Stage Line
We run two stages daily,
both to and from Corvallis.
A three-hour ride from Cor
vallis to 'Newport ' through
some of the best scenery in
the west, in comfortable
stages driven by careful
Inventor of W-K Balancer Ranks !
Among Foremost British Engineers
Dr. Frederick William Lan
chester. Inventor of the Lanches
ter Balancer, f Jbowj Included as
standard equipment on all .Willys
Knight' models, J with, the result
vibration In Ithese " motors has
been entirely eliminated, is ranked
among the leading! engineers of
the British Isles, j' ,;. .
According ':" to . 'the -. English
"Who's Who" he is an LL.D, F.
R. S.. M. Inst.- C.E.,, MX. Mech.
E., M. I. A. E, Cons-Engr,
He has been engaged in engi
neering and research work in con
junction with, gasoline motors
since 1890, when he was appoint-
ed designer . ahd works manager
of the Forward Gas Engine com-
pany of Birmingham, England. At
the age of 27 be became Interest
ed in the develonment of th an.
tomobiie. beginning work on his
first motor car in (1895. In 1900
he became general; manager and
chief engineer of the Lanchester
Motor Company, Ltd. In 1907 he
was ' appointed . to .. the advisory
committee for aeronautics and re
malned on thai body until 1920
At present he is consulting en
If you are interes
ed in buying
cottage or a lot
to build on.
price right, terms
Abby Hotel Bldg.
Insurance and Loans
Ashcraf t l-uniber Co,
Building oaterial of all
. , ldnds f ,
The REDFEIlir jC0TTAQE3
Neat, clean Sand! attractiye i
Your comfort! and satisfaction
i is our aim : :-'
For reservations address
FEED D. COTTEEir. Kewport, Oregoa
The Old Playgrounds
1 Overlooking Ocean
Cottages and Apartments by the
Weeli or Month
Garage vat Connection
We Appreciate Reservation
, J. II. 1L ANDERSON, tj
Newport, Ore. , . ;
5 New Natatorium
is open for the season."
" In connection with the nata
torium we hare the best dance
ball in this pari of Oregon,
with a splendid orchestra.
Our lunch room serves the
best at all times, j. .. -,
Only four! boura drive from
Salem .over excellent pared and
graveled roads, j ,
Directly adjacent to the best
part of the bathing beach,
P. T, Cpleman, MgTe
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Gochnour and Read, Props.
Opposite .: Hotel Gllmore
, 'at Nye Beach - --.V ..
Dr. M. Adell Gochnour, chiro
practor physician jwith massage
and electrical treatments.
Hoars from ID a.m. to 9 p. m.
Newly furnished housekeeping
rooms In connection ' -
1 ( "s
glneer and ' technical adviser to
Messrs. The Daimler Motor Com
pany, Ltd, and to Messrs. Wolse-
ley Motors Ltd.
In addition, he has also pub
lished voluminous works, Includ
Ing ""Aerodynamics, "Aerodonet-
cs,; MTher Flying: Machine from
an r Engineering ' Standpoint,'
'Aircraft in Warfare,' "Industrial
Engineering," and numerous oth
er scientific and technical papers
oh similar topics.
His balancer, which has revo
lutionized motoring history over-
teas,; has been successfully used
on Daimler and Vauxhall ears in
I England. Willys-Overland has ob-
t81nea ine American rights to
J this remarkable mechanism
Blasting Powder Available
For Farmers; Is Limited
"Cheap blasting powder, a sur
plus war' material, which is being
distributed to Oregon ranchers by
the Extension Service of the Ore
gon Agricultural college as agent
for the department of agriculture
is stimulating land clearing in this
state," says W. L. Teutsch, district
agricultural agent who works in
Polk, Yamhill, Marion, Linn an
Coos counties says the Polk Coun
; Nearly a million pounds of this
surplus war powder known as so-
dator was distributed last year at
a saving over commercial blasting
powder, amounting to $87,000
As Polk county has approxi
mately 34,000 acres of stumpland
within its borders it is thought
that at least a minimum carload
will be placed in the county thi3
t Pyrotoi is Hbe name of the sur
plus war product to be distributed
this' year and it ia said to be yery
similar to sodatol.
As there is no county agent in
roifc county ranchers who wll
want; pyratol, should write to the
agricultural engineer ofv the OAC
extension service at Corvallis Indi
cating the amount they will -want
As soon as the total ! regufremenl
reaches 20,000 or more pounds
the extension service will aDDoint
a; representative In tbe county to
handle the orders and attend to
distribution. Ranchers are urged
to do this at once in order that ar
rangements may be made early in
The cost of the powder will be
$6-50 per hundred pounds at Du
Pont, Wash., plus; the freight
which brings the price up to
around ?8.50 to $9 per hundred
at various points In the Willamette
No one Individual can purchase
more 'than 1000 pounds nor- less
than 50 x pounds and the' powder
must be used for agricultural pur
poses under the terms of tbe de
partment of agriculture contract.
If orders are pooled in the coun
ty the extension rervlce plans on
holding two or more demonstra
tions to show how to use pyratol
saieiy and effectively.
Alfalfa of Marion
Fourteen Marion county ranch
ers and three bankers Journeyed
to Washington county Wednesday
of, last week to see and study the
methods ' used by Washington
county ranchers who are success
fully growing alfalfa.
The party visited the ranch of
Sherman Hyre, near HUlsboro,
who has successfully grown alfal
fa for the past four years and who
this year has already barrested
sugnuy more man six tons per
acre from his five-acre field under
cry farming conditions. The ranch
of Fred Sewell. Hillsboro banker.
was also visited for the purpose
of inspecting a small plot of alfal
fa on rather a heavy soil type
wnicn it is estimated this year
yielded more than ' five tons per
acre. - i . - v
The Marion county men learned
as a result of the trip that alfalfa
is a success in the Willamette val
ley when; handled (n the right
manner and planted on well-drain
ed land which has an open subsoil
The trip was arranged by Wm.
L- Teutsch. -district aericultural
agent for the Oregon Agricultural
college extension - service, who
works ' in Marion, Yamhill. Polk,
L.lnn and Coos counties, -pnly re
cently ; Mr. Teutsch has taken up
this work, having formerly been a
county agent In Lake county.
Those who made; the trip from
Woodburn , were Keith Powell, qt
the Bank of Woodburn; Louis
Koenlg.' H. H. Butterfield. R. K.
Seely, E. E. Settlemler, Otto Burn
ing, from Mt. Angel; Joe Bernt,
Emil Zach. P. J. May, Frank Am-
an. Father Joseph, head - of the
farm department of the Mt. Angel
college;, Geo. Laseas; Fred 'Rehm,
R J. Brunlng, Alois Keber, of the
Bank of Mt; Angel-Vincent Kop-
pert from St. Paul, S. J. Smith, of
the State Bank of ;St.,Paub. r
WCMAX'S FIEIJ i UNLIMITED
OAKLAND. Cal., Sept 6. Mrs
Harriet Gunn Roberson, Washing
ton, D. C, educator, addressing a
I local women's club recently, said
that out of 6S7 distinct profes
sions in the United States, women
are engaged in all but 35. There
are many women bank presidents;
tbe speaker said, and. two women
railroad presidents. :.;
'Vfcen a" mosquito sees a sum
mer boarder unpack a nightshirt
Tlrt InvItPB TI nl hta frlonrfa In tiM
BOTH PARTIES WATCH
OUTCOME IN MAINE
OF STATE ELECTION
PORTLAND, Me., Sept. 6. The
Maine campaign for the biennial
state election, which will be held
Sept. 8, has been featured by at
tempts on the part of the Demo
cratic political managers to stress
state questions to the exclusion of
national Issues, and on the part of
the Republicans to do exactly the
.The fight Is almost wholly be
tween the two gubernatorial can
didates. State Senator 'Ralph O.
Brewster of Portland, the Repub
lican nominee, and William R.
Fattangall of I Augusta, former
state attorney, general, the Demo
; In the contest for the Republi
can nomination Mr. Brewster had
the support of the Ku Klux Klan
in, Maine.. He won over Frank G
Farrlngton of Augusta, president
of the state senate, by a margin
so narrow that the result was not
determined until the governor and
council had reviewed-the primary
ballots and thrown out several
hundred on account ot S alleged
frauds and irregularities,: revers
ing the official result as originally
, Mr. Pattangall in his campaign
speeches has charged that his op
ponent is the Klan candidate and
that the real Issue is Klan domin
atlon of the state. Mr. Brewster
has made reference to the Klan
but once, and then to say that he
stood squarely on the Republican
state platform, which, like the
Democratic platform, made no
mentlenbf the organization.
- Despite r Republican effort to
eliminate the Klan issue from the
campaign; It is expected to be a
factor in voting, although to what
degree only the result will deter
mine. There will be defection
from both parties by reason of it,
party leaders predict.
In addition to choosing a gov
ernor, the voters will elect a Unit
ed States senator, four members
of congress,- a state auditor, a leg
islature and county officers. Sen
ator Bert M. Fernald of Poland,
whose term expires next March, Is
a candidate to - succeed himself.
His Democratic ! opponent Is Ful
ton JV Redman of Ellsworth, for
merly a member of the state leg
islature as a Republican.
The present Republican repre
sentatives in Congress, Carroll L. i
Beedy of the first district, Wallace
H. White, Jr., of the second; John
E. Nelson of the third, and Ira G.
Hersey of the fourth, have been
Tne Democratic nominees are
William M. Ingraham in the first.
Bertrand G. Mclntlre In the sec
ond, Leon O. Tebbetts in the third.
and Clinton C. Stevens In the
fourth. I ;;:j.if - z,..
The second is the closest district
In the state. A feature new to
Maine was Injected into the con
test In the first district by Mr.
Ingraham declaring for radical
modifications of the Volstead law.
National speakers of note have
been gent Into the state by the Re
publican National committee.
while the Democrats have for the
most part depended on home tal
ent. ' -"si ' .' ;
Poland Encourages Aims
Of National Minorities
WARSAW, Sept. 6. Poland
has adopted a measure culculat-
ed to appease the language aspir
ations ot the people on its eastern
borders. . Polish is to ba the offi
cial tongue, but-the languages of
tbe Ukranians in the southeast,
the White Ruthenians In the
north, and the Lithuanians in two
districts are given definite recog
nition in court and in governing
If the parents of 40 children in
a school w,ant the youngsters
taught in an admitted language,
it shall be done, with Polish as an
additional language If 25 parents
request it. In the high schools
tuition will 'be in two languages.
Polish and the local tongue-.
Thus have the minorities been
recognized. The measure " is re
garded as most liberal, and it prob
ably will -be followed by others
along the same lines.
. ' Start Building Your Garage Now
We can supply all the materials that you will need and will hz
glad; to help you plan the building or give you estimates of ito
cost.- , ? rtrv - ' " - .
Lumber, Building Paper, Builders' Hardware, Shingles, Planter
and Wall Board, Paints and Varnishes in fact most everything
needed in building may be found here.-
-:' -y .' Successors to Falls City-Salcm Lumber Company
343 k 12th Street (Opposite Kay V Woolen IIUU) A. B. Kc!;ay," !
If FTTT T
vVo haven't channctl
the 'desi of this car's
wonderful chassis. But
wait until you ceo the
: improvement wrought
by its heightened hood,
its distinctive new radi
ator, cowl lights, Duco
Pis. . ' , S7S
Spot ho4te' SS
km bwyi 9mm
F. W. PETTYJOHN CO.
219 N. COMMERCIAL ' ,f V
BIOVE TO IMPROVE
: MANNHEiM, . Sept., 6. Steam
boilers resisting pressures of 50
and. even 100 atmospheres are to
be tested soon by a local boiler
plant. The tests are to be made
of "genuine Willards
AUTOMOBILE ELECTRIC WORK OF ALL KIM J
531 COURT ST. ' PI ION 12 1 T 3
Before school starts
i or get the old
You'll need a good bicycla
when school starts
T T OYTl T?
387 Court St.
Weather ig Coming
& . MITCHELL C
tbe en li ineii
with a view of greatly incrta
the efficiency of engines cf
piston type. - -
Nice thing about hating t
at your house is you can i :
alarm clock. .
The batteries which you see ivertl:J l i
the Sunday papers and read &bout it V -Mail
Order catalog may not be as l. fucei
as you think. .
When you can buy genuine Wlllrd f.t t'. a
pricea we are quoting today, surely you do re
want to experiment with an unknown t -
Tbe fellow who le elwevt try if to f t ,
eomethins far nothing uniaiiy endt ti if
jetting not much of anything." My
get a new BICYCLE
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