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DAILY EAST OREQONIAIT, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 27. 1020
RUMOR OF PURCHASE
The Frice-or Bread
The Hayne Automobile Company,
Kokomn, Indiana, has issued a forma!
statement emphatically denying- a ru
mor, recently Riven wide publicity, i0
lh effeot that Henry Ford, the De
Holt manufacturer. hn purchased the
Hayne company." The statement was
mane ry Alton G. Selhrillng, vice pres. j
Ident and eneral manager of the j
Huvncs eomiwny, and in ax follows: I
"There in absolutely no truth In th
rumor that Henry Ford nr his Interests
have purchased or are negotiating for
the purchase nf The HavnV Antomo.
bile Company or for any part of the
Haynea stock. Such action has not
even been contemplated and the ru
mor U utterly without foundation.
. "We are looking towards the futurp
with the utmost confidence and at the
present time are preparing an exten
sive manufacturing program to care
for the shortage of cars which la cer
tain to arise -hecause of the temporary
hesitancy on (he part of automobile
buyers, A greatly increased business
l sure to result, and for that reason
w are fully optimistic about the fu
ture, not only for the Haynes companr,
but alao for Ihe entire automobile in
'WASHINGTON. Nov. S?. (U. P.)
Scant hope exists for any. revision of
the piesent revenue laws before the
special session of congress, which will
L-e called by President-elect Harding
after .March 4, Senator Lodge, republi
can leader In the senate, declared.
Appropriation hills will take preced
ence at the short srsaior. or the slxty
xixih congress from December 8 to
March 4 and Lodge is of' the opinion
that there will be no tlm for other
legislation. He also indicated that
prevailing; opinion among- congres
sional leaders is that legislation in
volving; Questions of party policy
should be deferred until after Harding
Urnse declined to discuss ' what
steps affecting- International relations
might be taken up by the senate in the
coming short session.
PHIlN'liSS Am ATin.KTTCS
SAX FRANCISCO, Nov. 27. (A. P.l
Churches of San Francisco have
formed an association to be known as
the protestant Church Athletic Asso
ciation for the' promotion of physical
training and athletic competition
among- young- men and boys of San
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Unfoiti-nately, in most business, so-cniled
'sn ice" isi lai jrely a sham. From the half
nearted whisk-brooming of the Pullman porter
to the final "inspection" of the automobile test
er, service seems to be more a matter of appear
ance than helpfulness.
We cannot offer you the usual kind of Ser
vice, but we uo oner the kind you 11 tell your
And it isn't the result of luck or coincidence.
We've planned and studdied to be helpful, rath
er than to appear helpful.
You will put up with any kind of Service in
a pinch but jcu are going to be a permanent
customer of the man who gives you the greatest
satisfaction all the time.
That's what we've based our plans on; to
give you the greatest satisfaction all the time.
- That's why we recommend the Philadelphia
Diamond Grid Battery with Philco Retainers. .
It' guaranteed for two years.
Wm. E. Chase Co.
320 E. Court Street
arm I ractor
The Fordson cuts the cost of preparing land almost to half of what it
cost with horses. But even more important is the fact that the Fordson
saves from thirty to fifty' per cent of the farmer's time. And time saved
getting fields in shape to plant in the proper season ; getting things
.done when they should be done means money to the farmer. Beside
it helps greatly in solving the labor problem.
As ever, the machine way is proving more efficient, faster, easier
than the old hand way. In the factory, the machine increases produc
tion, saves labor produces more at less cost. And that is what the '
Fordson does on the farm. The Fordson way i3 the machine way of
fanning. Besides it helps the labor problem.
The Fordson's first cost is low; and the after or operating cost is
low. It is a compact, easily handled tractor, backed by the greatest
tractor service organization in the world.
We are Fordson dealers. Not only do we sell Fordson tractors, but
we carry a stock of Fordson parts and employ Fordson mechanics to
help the farmers get the best results from the Fordson. Let us demon
strate the Fordson on your own farm.
, . - Phone 408. Corner Water & Johnson Sts.
During tno last 12 months the mo
torists of the I'nlted States took from
their wheels and replaced some 17,
000,000 tires which-kad apparently run
their course, repricntinK an original
expenditure of fully jiio.000,000, ac
cording to a statement Just Issued by
the statistician of tne Cloodyear Tire &
Ilubher Company of California, Los
The cry of the car owners who dis
carded this great multitude, of tires is
far better tires less tire trouble few
er tire chang-es longer tire life low
er cost per mile. Yet through the ap
plication of the simplest methods of
I tire conservation, at the command of
I every motorist it is estimated that
j fully one half of this enormous mor
tality in tires and loss In money might
j have been prevented. Thousands of
, these tires were replaced because they
j passed awny before their time.
j If 2r,0, 000,000 of the nation's tire
bill could be saved annually, three
I magnificent highways could be built
j across the continent each year and the
j nation so honeycombed with motor
roads as to put every nook and corner
I of it in direct touch with the big cen
I tcrs of population. Another Panama
j Canal could be built In two years, or a
j fleet of 15 first class battleships build
! for our navy each year.
Through the establishment of ser
vice stations throughout the West the
! Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company of
i California has set about to combat the
! conditions that have been costing so
I much money and worry. Knch of
i these stations is equipped to help car
; owners get the most possible mileage
! and reduce the tire cost per mile to
j an absolute minimum.
A. S. Hogan, service manager of the
; western Goodyear, in commenting on
the company's tire conservation policy,
savs, "We arc simply carrying out an
old principle that prevention Is easier
than cure, and applying it to tire trou-
Ma. Here Is where our service stations
I come in. We have dotted the West
j with the stations where motorists
may drive in to have their tires ex-
'amined, tread cuts filled, air pressures
tested, wheels aligned, tire chains ad
justed properly, and the many other
precautions pointed out that count in
making mileage greater.
"The one big aim of our factory is
to build mileage into the 'tires. The
aim of the service station is to sec
that tho greatest enjoyment and use of
the tires may be attained with the least
effort and exppnse. AH of which ex
emplifies the highest type of coopera
tion that can exist between In a chain
of consumer, dealer and manufacturer.
"While our service stations are al
ways interested In selling new tires,
they are always glad to show a few
more miles can be secured before
tire Is ready for the final discard."
FOR DAKOTA FAILURES
FARGO, X. T)., Nov. 27. (U. P.) -Reluctance
of furmers to share finan
cial losses in the present adjustment
of living costs Is blamed by bankers
for the financial turmoil in North Da
kota, which has caused 13 banks to
close In two weeks. Farmers by with
holding their grain from "the market
are failing- to liquidate their loans,
causing banks, facing possible with
drawal of public funds, to suspend
payments pending adjustment of the
situation. , .
COAST HOCKEY CHAMPS
WILL MEET CANADIANS
IN ICE WORLD'S SERIES
VANCOUVER, R. C, Nov. 27 (A.
f.) World honors In professional ice
hockey will be fought for on western
ice next farch between the champion
tams of the Pacific Coast Hockey
Association and the National Hockey
League, an eastern, Canadian organi
zation. Last year the big series was
held in the east.
Seattle, Vancouver and Victoria will
enter teams In the western associtt-
on which wrill open its season about
M.-W PASADK.VY UN'KS OPKV
PAKADKNA. Cal., Nov. 27. (A. P.)
The first nine holes of the Pasadena
olf Club's new course were thrown
open for play Thanksgiving morning.
ccordlng to anouncements set out by
H. Pearman, secretary, the second
ine will be ready by Christmas.
here will be 54 holes In the completed
system, which Includes the property
formerly owned by the AHudena Coun
try Club, ,
Dodge Brothers Business Car
continues to prove, in actual use,
that it is aa economical car.
It is economical in its current
cost-per-mile and over a long
period of use.
. It will pmy you fp vliit and tssmins Ihi car '
. ?h haulage cost is unusually low.
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