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England Typo of Common Brick Bungalow
I OZINESS is the predominant feature .of
this exceptional common brick bunga
low of a type which is coming into in
creasing favor especially in New England
where bitterly cold winters make good con
struction imperative. It used to be .that
Colonial homes were always far out in the
lead in that territory,
but lately there is a
decided trend to bun
galows. This type of bunga
low can he built at
same cost as in frame
construction ; by the
use of either the all
rolok hollow wall or
the Economy solid
wall in masonry con
struction. Of the two
perhaps the Economy
wall is the cheaper
I although the all-rolok:
'wall should be the
easier .to keep heated.
For that matter, though, there
Wall houses by the dozen in the
rounding Guelph; Ontario, which
or more have never failed to resist success
fully the cold of Canadian' winters, which
equals that of New England,
i r This bungalow is designed to meet the re-
' The Common Brick 3IAuXaeturr'
' Portland. Oswego, Oregon City,
Salem, Albany, Harrisburg, Junc
tion. City, Eugene, Cottage Grove,
Roseburg. Grants Pass, Medford.
f Ashland, California state line:
f West Side Pacific Highway
, Portland. Newberg, McMinn
ITille, C6rrallis, Junction City,
Euzene: Paved. '
' Old Oregon TraU East
. ... of The Dlkes
I Ontario. Huntington, Baker.
. Tjnion, La Grande, Pendleton,
, Umatilla, Arlington, The Dalles:
Oiled t macadam entire distance
and id good condition. Oiling op
' Orations undetway between Briggs
; and John Day river. Mission and
t foot of Emigrant Hill.'
Old Oregoii Trail West
. of The Dalles
f Columbia lUver HightrAy
1 . The DallPs, Hood River, Port
land. Rainier, Astoriai Seaside:
Kooseveit Coat Highway
i Clatsop, Tillamook and Lincoln
Astoria. Seaside. Mohler: Paved
to Seaside, balance macadam.
Mohler, Miami: Highway route
via-Brighton under construction
k and traffic for Garibaldi and
points south is urgently advised
to take road via Foley creek
which is graveled throughout.
Miami. Tillamook, Hebo,'Kes
kowin. Devils Lake. Siletz river:
Part paTed; balance macadam.
SUet river, Otter Rock? New
dirt grade, impassible.
Newport, Waldport. Yachats:
Beach road; ferry across Taqulna
Bay and Alsea river.
. Roowevelt Coast Rhway--Coos
and Curry Counties
. Reedsport, Lakeside: No road,
v ! construction under way. ;
' Lakeside, North Bend: Maca
: dam.,, Ferrracross. Cops Baly. .
North Bend; MarshQeld, Co
.. qnlllepared.ik i .. "J; . 4
- Coquille. Bandon, Port Orford,
Euchse -Creekr Macadam.
Euchre - Creek, Gold .Beach:
Use new road to .BagneJl Ferry.
Gold' Beach", Syers' Creek':' Ma?
Myers Creek, Brookings: Nar
row mountain" road. Passable
- , Brookings, California state
line: Macadam, t .
Cbos Bay-Rosebnrjr Highway
PacIfTc Highway Camas. Valley,
Myrtle Point, CoqnlTle Macadam.
Ashland-Klamath; Falls. Highway
, Ashland, Klamath Falls: Mac
. adarn..- '......'....;- .
", ' " WHIsjiiette Valley-Florence
Highway , , , t,
; v Junction CityXheriireCuGoill
i? ion. BlachlyvRainrock. Maple ton:
.Macadam." . r
cMapleton. .FJoreocf CDIrt. road.
THE CHICKASAW Design A525
quirements of a small family and: the man
of moderate means. It is simple both in
design and construction yet so compactly
arranged . that there, is not; a foot of space
wasted. The front porch, a distinctly bunga
low feature, is promising of a great deal of
comfort in summer, just as the open grate
in the living room
Wei oo jjllrei DooM-
nii-rw-cr sees oobQ
teS1 ClOi -PMPOOM- T
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ACOm0NALBOOU-IM ATTIC- .
are Economy ing room. Off it
territory sur- upper floor which
in 60 years
sired to provide
is in every respect very conveniently arranged
and for a small home offers an unusual array
of living room and attendant comfort. It' is1
a type well suited tb a Wooded lot.
Association, Cleveland. Ohio, can furnish complete drawings for design.
Corvallis, Philomath, Wren. Ed
dy ville, Toledo Newport: Mac
adam. Roosevelt Coast Highway open
north to Otter Rock.
- McMinnville-Tillamook Highway
McMmnville, Sheridan: Paved.
Sheridan, Willamlna, Grand
Ronde, Hebo, Tillamook: Part
payed; balance macadam. Oiling
operations under way between
Sheridan and Hebo.
Tualatin Valley Highway
Portland, Hillsboro, Forest
Grove, Carlton. McMinnville: pav
Monnt Hood Loop Highway
Portland, Government Camp,
Hood River: Paved to Grcsham;
balanced oiled macadam.
Closed by snow between Gov
ernment Camp and Parkdale. Oil
ing operations underway between
Sandy and Cberryville.
tha Dalles-California Highway
The Dalles, bnfur, Manpin.
Redmond. Bend, Lapirte, Cresent,
Fort Klamath. Klamath Falls.
Merrill. California State Line:
Pendleton, Washington State
Pendleton. Pilot Rock. Vinson.
Hep'pner Juhctfori: Macadamized
except between Vinson and Lena
whichis under construction.
Klamath Fans-LakieTiew Highway
Klamath Falls, Bonanza: Mac
. Bonanza, Drews Valley Section:
Drews, valley, Lakevlew: 11
miles macadam. Balance fair dirt
road: Chains TequTred. 4
Bend, Lapine, Silver Lake, Slim
mer Lake: Partly macadamized;
balance fair dirt road.
Summer Lake; Paisley: 9 mile
macadam; balance fair dirt road.
Paisley, Lakevlew: Macadam.
Lakevlew, New pine Creek:
Partly macadamized; balance fair
. Central Oregon Highway
Bend. Burns--First 12 -miles
macadam;. balance. fair dirt road,
v Burns, Crane: Macadamized
Crane, Vale: Rough but pass
able. ; , Sherman Highway j
Biggs, Wasco, Moro, Grass Val
ley, Kent; Shairfkb.lMadras, Red
mond, Bend; Macadam. n
John Day Highway
Arlington, Condon, Fossil,
5prayV 0ayvfllel jvit. Vernon, John
Dar. Frairle City." Austin Unity;
Macadam. I ... ;
Unity, Cow Vally: New-grae,
lurfadng operations under way,
vt: Cow Valley.'' Brogao. Jamiesoa;
Vale; .Ontario i '. Maea dam.
Ochoco Hlghwy .L.
leads one . to , : look
ahead in anticipation
of long, comfortable
winter evenings be
fore a crackling wood
fire The wide open
archway to the -dining
room makes the
two rooms virtually
one, an ideal arrange
ment. In the center of the
bungalow a small hall
provides entrance to
both rear bedrooms,
the bath and the
kitchen which is di
rectly back of the din-
also leads a stairway to the
may be finished if so de-
two additional bedrooms. It
Macadamized and in good condi
tion. Mitchell, Antone, Dayville: Dirt
road. Dirt road, rough, but possi
ble. Crater Lake Highway
Medford, Trail. Prospect: Ma-,
Prospect, Fort Klamath: Closed
by snow. . ,
La Grande-Wallowa Lake Highway
Road to Wallowa Lake. .
La Grande, Island City: Paved
Island City, Elgin, Minam. Wal
lowa, Lostine, Enterprise, Joseph.
Wallowa Lake: Macadamized and
in good condition. , ...
Baker, Halfway: 30 miles mam
cadam; 28 miles graded roadbed;
3 miles county road.
Redwood , Highway Connecting
With Road to Oregon Caves
Grants Pass, Kerby, Crescent
City: Graveled road in good con-
dUl0n: v" .
Kerby,, Oreron Caves: Closed
beyond Grayback Creek.
, ,MqKenxle Highway . ,
Eugene, ( Bel knap, Spflogs, Sis
ters., Red mond, Rendj, Macadam.
Closed between Belknap Springs
and Sisters account of snow.
. AJsea Highway
Corrallls, . rbllomath. Alsea
Mountain: Macadam. .
..!sea Mountain. Missouri Bend.
Under construction. Passable.
Missouri Bend, Waldport: Ma
cadam.. . , , i .
Baker.Foot of Mill Gulch: ,10
miles macadam. 11 miles graded
Mill Gulch, Hereford: Graded
roadbed. , .
Hereford, Unity: Under con
struction.. t f , , .
Pendleton-JoHn Day Highway
Pendleton, Pilot Rock, Lazihka
Ranch: Macadam. ,
Lazinka Ranch. Albee: 12 miles
of unimproved mountain road.
Steep grades and somewhat Tough,
Alnee, Uklah': Surfaced.
- Ukiali, Ritteir: Rough mountain
road. Steep grades. t,
Ritter. Mt. Vernon: Partially
graded and surfaced; fair condi
To Lewiston, Idaho
' Enterprise, Flora: 27 miles Im
proved road; remaining section
rough country road.
Ohio1 rVfdtof Coach Lines
Touch Nearly All Parts
... . .
There are 356, mbtorcdach lines
in" Ohio touching every: ebunVy in
that state; according to a hand
book issued by the Ohio Bus Own
ers' association, and practlcAlly
every line serves ' com m'u nit lea
which bare, ho other tneanY .of
transportation: rjf every 'dollar
of recettfU by these companies
per' ce'nt Is aid Tbu't In gome tom
of taxation, these levies including
Federal sales tax, stale license fee",
public utilities tax. gasoline tax
and personal property tax. jftotor
SHOWS GOOD GAIN
Many Mills Said to Be Hold
ing for Outside Quota
The market during the past two
weeks has done very well, all
things considered. The demand
for most uppers is strong and the
supply limited, which, of coarse,
causes strength, in this depart
ment. The Atlantic Coast and export
requirements are calling for an in
creased percentage of , the cut,
whereas the rail trade and car
material business is not quite as
brisk as it was. t '9f
Tremendous quantities of lum
ber are moving into California,
the California market is, on that
account, generally termed as in
"rotten" condition. Why intelli
gent lumber manufacturers keep
on shipping their lumber into Cal
ifornia at prices which can not,
by apy stretch of the imagination,
yield a profit, is a very difficult
question to answer. For some"
strange reason many manufactur
ers have come to look upon the
great California market as a place
in which to get rid of lumber, if
not at an actual loss, at least at
This great market, taking about
one-fifth of all the lumber pro
duced in the Northwest every
year, should be a profitable one,
and could be if the shippers would
refrain from dumping their pro
ducts either at' San Francisco or
The market is a little mixed in
that there is a wide range of pric
es. Many mills which are reason
ably supplied with business are
holding for outside quotations all
around. Whereas, every now. and
then when some mill order file
gets low, it steps out and makes
quotations on new business which
seem ridiculously low to other
manufacturers not needing new
business at the moment.
AH present indications point to
an increased demand for lumber
in all markets, unless it is Cali
fornia, during the last half of the
year. There is nothing the mat
ter with the California demand.
at present. All the trouble is in
the prices. Export prospects are
good, rail business should be
brisk, car material orders will un
doubtedly commence to be felt in
the next 60 days.
Meanwhile the market will un
doubtedly feel in advance the ef
feet of the July shut-downs. Many
mills will suspend operations for
a considerable period over me
Fourth of Jnly, and buyers will
find it increasingly difficult to
place orders with mills during the
next 30 days, because of the un
willingness of manufacturers to
take on business very far in ad
While very little is now heard
of curtailment and while consid
erable propaganda has been
spread tending to belittle its im
portance, the majority of mills
both in Washington, and Oregon
are curtailing. Some of the very
largest mills have been shut down
BKCJtR A IlKXIHtlf'KH
IiisuraHce of Alt K'nd.
Heilig Theater Lobby. IR N. illc-
Yards" ia West Salem. Aloiuik LeJita, ifnhbarit ratohm.
for various durations during the
curtail at their convenience. :
past two weeks, and others will
While the log supply is more or
less mixed, the curtailment on the
part of the loggers will no doubt
be felt within the next 60 days. .
The red cedar shingle market is
steady, with prices just about as
low as they have been at any
time. Curtailment in logging op
erations will have some effect oty
the cedar log supply, and this Is
something which is being given
some consideration by shingle
manufacturers who contemplate
operating steadily during the next
SERIES OF COLORS
(Continued from paga 1.)
mony, that combinations very sat
isfying for smaller surfaces or for
softer materials often are garish
or ugly when applied to the motor
car. In several cases manufactur
ers have turned to nature for in
spiration. Birds, animals, feath
ers, and so on have been used as
sources, and still further effort is
now being made to make of motor
car color an example of what
study combined with imagination
and taste can do for color har
mony. "For some time Marmon has
been working with color experts
of Valentine and Company to pro
duce a series of color schemes
that would follow the mode and'
yet be of an artistic excellence,
that would appeal to the more
conservatively inclined motor car
owner who desires individuality '
without sacrifice of taste.
"After considering various
sources ror tne best guide, es
pecially in nature. wbcM effects
are beautiful even wnen border
ing on the daring, Marmon has
decided that jewel stones, togeth
er with their rock formations or
matrices, form the most reliable
guide for color harmonies that
would be entirely suitable for this
particular medium, the automo
"In developing a series of such
harmonies, Marmon worked di
rectly with the jewel stone and its
matrix. Colors are not only,
matched with great precision, but
proportions of jolor follow closely
tnose louna in me gems ana me
very stripings present in the stone
serve as a basis for motor car
stripings that have the effect of
optically lowering the car, so that
its lines appear to be unusually
long and sweeping.
"Marmon is, in addition to this
innovation in exterior color har
mony, laying considerable stress
on interior decoration, both In
material and color. For the most
part walls and ceilings of the new
cars form a more or less neutrai
background for more vivid color
notes in hardware, seat coverings
of selected imported upholstery
cloths combined in Interesting
ways as to color and material,
wainscotings of fine woods, and
other details. The fittings are of
ten of bronze and specially woven
and dyed silks are used for win
dow appointments, toggles, and
"The use of needlepoint laces in
various color harmonies is an in
novation In Marmon interiors and
door panels are made decorative
by rattan outlining and other de
vices. "The same guide for harmon
; s . ,v i
WE have a full stock of
Shingles in assorted colors.
Tell us your wants and we
will show you our samples
for yotir choice.
Abo Choice Cedar Shingles
. . i
the Lumber Cuslomerw , .
ies jewel stones and their rock
formations is used for. the inter
iors of the cars as for fexteribrs.
Iif the case of one particular car
where Ceylon Blue Spinel is used
as a color source the seats are of
blue and the walls of harmonizing
brown for contrast. Hardware
fittings of bronze make interior
highlights, needtepoint flat laces
add to the luxurious effect, silken
window appointments' carry out
the schenie, and vanfties covered
In imported tapir-calf v complete
the effect of the whole.
"Another noteworthy ex.vnple
of Marmon's care In harmony is
shown in a sedan, where color'
sources are jtertaln ornamental
stones found in the American des
ert. the Chrystalite. Chessylite
and Malachite. The body tone is
Malachite green, while the fend
ers, upper works, and running
board sides are Crystalite blue. A
waving striping of the blue re
peats the latter note, while the
extra wheels are of the Malachite
green. Brown textiles on the in
terior offer the necessary contrast.
"Among the 'jewel stones used
as guides for color in Marmon
cars include the emerald with its
matrix the Micaschist, the Rubel
lite with its reds and maroon's, the
Jadite of Burhia, the Peldmont
Violane.. in shades of violet com
bined with black shadows, certain
quarts formations which' include
tho Agate and the Moss-Agate, the
Topaz and the Arabian Mocha
CLAIM NEW RECORD
(Continued from page 1.)
suit of the Chrysler basis policy of
Standardized Quality," said J. W.
Frazer, Chrysler sales manager.
"What that policy means to the
public Is readily understandable.
When the owner of a Chrysler
'50 wants a larger, heavier, fast
er 'and more Dowerful' oar be
knows he can find exactly the'
same type of car one step higher
in the 60 Another step is the
'70 and still another is the Im
perial 'SO. Each Chrysler car is
built to the same standards in
proportion to the tasks it is ex
pected to perform. That is the
To acquaint you with
crrifc Quality. Wo axe
making a special offer
for i short time only.
Paint can make your hdiise an asset." Neglect paint, and your home be
comes an eyesore, as well as a lowered investment. ... .
The paint you use should b choseti wisely, else you'll lose both time
ancl money. Not only should the colors be beautiful, but the paint quality
must be durable.
For more than 40 years Acme Quality Products have been the choice of those who Insist
on the best. We can guarantee their lasting satisfaction. Let us fi gure on the job for yozk
1 20 N. Commercial
fundamental Chrysler principle,
and tq.our mind it is tbe explana
tion, of. the Chrysler owner. loyalty
that 1s so consistently revealed. In
repeat orders." . '
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"To be of service to others is a laud
able ambition. It is encouraging to
know that such transactions may be
profitable to the one who serves.
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