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OWEOFUL NEY CAHS STRONGER TCIES
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CRATER LAKE, Ore., Aug. 2.
riani tor the Slnnott memorial
muscam to be ballt In cir&ter Ltie
National park are bearing eenpS-
tlon, The mnseum will be similar
in conatrnction to tho TTpai
Lookoat rnnsenm mtj the Grand
, Canyon, b4 b etiort will be
spared to make the building one
that wdl fit iatd ita. aataral ukry
Victor Rock,: . ob - which . tke
building will be located. Is one ot
the flMst - t oberratiafe peints
along the rim from which to Tiew
the lake, the rim an4 v .Toma4
lng mountains. The front, or jpar
apct of the museum will be o
built as to appear a continuatroa
of the rock ledge.
The exhibition room will be 21
by 34 feet. On the frost , of this.
overlooking the lake, will be
obserration platform 22 by 4t
feet. It Is planned to place tele
scopes on this platform, to point '
oat the Important features of the
rim and surrounding country, a
well as the prominent mountain
peaks; and there will be addition
al pointers of fb tobe artetf.
Directly under telescope or poin
ter, will be an exhibit, samples ot
rock, etc., from the object to
which attentions is directed by the
pointer abore. - "
The bulldinr was designed by
the landscape atcblteeturscl dtrW
sion or the eanonal pnfk serrice,
after consultation, on the ground
by Dr. John C. Mjrrlam, president
of Carnegie institute and Dr. Har
, old C. Bryant, assistant to the dl-
Tector and: head of the c5ttcation
of the oatiorral parks.
AVOU FATIGUE, MOTORISTS
Satisfaction In motoring should
not be measured by the rolume of
mileage, according to a sugges
tion for vacation motorists by the
Oregon State Motor association,
pointing out that it is - good
plan to rest from driving as soe
as fatigue is felt. The rale is
also urged as a protection against
The new llrestone Heavy Duty tire shewn, in-tb-makinc at the ITestersi Ftresteae factory in tbe
above pictare ad below, equipped on moiern bJ2b-powered ca wltji Marietta LAxnpkln, at the wheel.
Never before in the history of
the motor ear have tires been in
vested with, such tremendous re-
sponsibuity as today, says Bill
WatklM, local Ilrestone dealer.
The increased acceleration and
greater power of the modern car.
combined with Increasing traffic
congestion., thai demands more
frequent and cuteker stops, sub
jects tires to servfce that Is vastly
more strennaua thap ever before.
ThA mew ftreatonetlfeavy Duty
tire. . yeeentor iotrodnced by the
local Firestene dealer, is built to
carry the- mew cars at amy speed
with saiety. This new Firestone
achievement is declared to sur
pass ia strength, toughness aad
wearrealstanee amy tire that Fire-
Sf one has ever boiU.
Scott Is Home
Tost returned from the matron
al convention of Harley-Davidson
dealera, which was held lit Hfl-
1 whskeev July 21th la 28th. Harry
Scott, local motorcycle dealer re
ports that the gathering was the
biggest ever held in the history
of the organization.
Upwards ot 2W dealers,, their
salesmen and wives were in at
tendance at the Milwaukee meet
tog. Optimism for the future of
the mortoreycle . business as well
as the eUoek ror amies daring
the 1921 season was one of the
striking features. - '
femtmre of the three-day ses
siom was the intreductiem of the
mew 1431 Harley-Davidson mo-
tfireyelas im a special mhowimg at
the factory.; AU the imlpreve
memtm ibd mevaneemente. em the
mew model were graphically
denwnstrated and. explained by
offidalfc of the motor cempany..
C'LOYERDALE, August 2
Mrs, L. E. Hennies, having re
turned for a week's stay at the
beach, finds ner health not much
improved, and' has had a very
slek spell since.
Mrs. Albert Hennies and Mrs.
Shilling were Salem visitors Fri
day., - - ;
Mrs. 'William Anderson was
called to Salem- Wednesday to get
her little grandson who had fall
em and broken Ids arm.
The arm is broken above the
elbejr and It is a bad break aa Jt
may result im permameat. injury
the doctor reports.
Mrs. Anna Kunke retdmed
home after a week's sojourn fa
Balem witt her mother, Airs. U-
' The Schifferer Brothers start
their hay baler Tnesday.
Mr. Lloyd H tilery had his com
bine working: om Mr. Damheex8
farm; they finished there Mon
Mrs. Hattie Busick, proprietor
of the Beauty Box, in Salem, and
son Edward spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Cook and
Mrs. A. E. Kunke, attended the
big ball game Sunday.
Mrs. Harry Barnett of Turner
was calling on friends here
Motors as reported to the
Pnfcfis Safety Demarbment
of the-Oregos Wa4 Motor.
AseectarKb. im mm follow t
i t Q drtre my ear
thomcSk 'half the world waa;
deaf; dmmsm mmd hUmeT mmd
their safety in amy fceefiaav t,
. ; wCl keev my ear smdet
control mi all thnem mm mm te
be ahle to meet amy mane
gemcy thai may mrisev
I ssffl JceepdaTBermosf t
mind the rights and prtvO
egem earner - dihwi ' aaed
ptdeau mmm mmd observe (be
GoMpsi Bmlcr: ' . ?'
. .t wtl slow dews ad cm
Inge Imtereectfoe, m m-A
achaeis ' and , ether plares
where care mm eamtlom
moat be maedV
Mover Vmmrn eiower
going vatililee oa tfce- arewr
of hills,, around curves or
at croamimgs. ' : i- - '
I wfQ signal wheat aboat
to stoa r make a tant eat
of the traffic line mad watch,
for signals of the cm
I will adapt my driving to
weather and road conditions
and be on gmard against
-rain, plippery roada, mts,
obstructions and traffic
I w&l obey all traffle and
I will make -' smre the
road hebiad met ie hssa h.,
fore btaJm ap, aad vUk
give proper signals before
gulling away from the carb.
I will practice eomrtesy at
CRATEE LAKE. Aug. 2.
Twemty-nine thenaand aatomoailes
have already entered Crater Lake
National nark since the opening at
the -ltlft. season. This is almost
doable the travel registered her
at the' eerrespoadlng date of. last
year. Every state in the onion is
represented - by the license 'plates
em then 2f ,00 ears, aa w.eU as
Canada aad Alaska; and a few
cars carried European liceos
plates. Some of th ninety . thom-H
sand vlsKers that hare come te
the. nark daring the earn period.
came from stilt farther afield than
did the cars from not only Great
Britain and European -and South
American comntrice hut mis
33,000,000 MOTOR, VEHICLES
At. the beginning of 1930 the
number of motor '-veMefes' hr" the
world t has reached a total of
more, than 55,0.M)s according
t figures compiled by the Oregon
State Motor association. Upwards
of 26,409,099, of 76 per cent of
the aggregate were In the United
Governors of II states announ
ced road contracts for the first
quarter of 1930 one hundred per
cent or more in excess of those
for the same period in 1929, ac
cording to the Oregon State Mo
free mteefna., s here!
m . - - -
f? UP !
from' Japan, from China, fioui la
dia, treat Africa, from Syria.
Oil Firm Scout
' CL I "Outdoor- Fraaklln.
TtlA uuktifc fA WW1tfUlA Alt
people, was a Salem visitor this
past -week. Frankun u u ais
way hack to toa Angeles from a
road, scenting trip from end to
end of the coast roads. He trav
eled from a -point ret mties south
of the Mexicaa Unt te Baxelton,
B. C the end of the Toad at the
nortm.!---',-- . ; '.
Franklin came la all enUmsed
ever the ; Oregon coast highway
which he traversed . through lt
teagth. ThJ read, he maid,
"otters a- cenvhtnattea et marine
and moentain scenery -nnparalled ,
ih behaty.' f
Argentina and South Africa buy
most of America's windmill ex
ports, nearly half the total pro
duction. ; , . ..
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