East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, June 11, 1921, DAILY EDITION, SECTION TWO, Page PAGE NINE, Image 9

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    DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 11,1021.
PAGE NINE
TWELVE PAGES-
VULCANIZERS APPROVE
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Great Possibilities Opened Up
by Special Training Given
. in Institution; 100 Grada.
The School of Tiro Repairing con
ducted by the O owl year Tire & Hub
tier Company of California at the Los
AiiKoles fuctory Im meeting with a
Krcnt ileal of favor among tho vulrnn
lisors of the entire western torrltory.
Already more than one hundred
students. ' reorcfiontlng practically
every section of the west us well an tha
Hawaiian Islands, have completed the
three weeks' course of Instruction ami
Rono back to their respective localities
With a thorough knowledge of the most
modern and approved mothods of tire
repairing.
J. II. Welti, manavcr of accessories
and itepafr Material Hales at the lioocl
year factory. In commenting on the
work which the jichool Is doing, says:
"During the laat tew years the re
pairing of pneumatic tires has devel
oped Into a business of tremendous Im
portance and proportions and today it
tins become firmly . established. The
repair man who Is well versed In the
ever-changing methods of vulcanizing
and the constantly Improved materials
which are now on the market, has bo
fore hi in a field of unusual money
making opportunities.
"He Is In position to give valuable
uaslstance to car owners who desire to
slvo Incroased attention to tho care
and conservation of their tires; )io In
In a position to show them how road
troubles cun be minimized by precau
tionary measures; bow tho Inbuilt'
mileage can bo. preserved by repairs
made from time to time, and how tires
thut otherwise would full because of
some fault cun be made to give thou
sands of miles more service."
Complete Information concerning
tho school and the courses offered cun
be obtained by wilting Mr. J. It. Wells.
nian.'iKer of accessor! unci repair ma-'
terlul Hales, Goodyeiir The k Rubber
Company of California, Ixis Anuelcs,
or from uny Goodyear representative
if branch.
OF
New York Clty'a automobile row
witnessed an Impressive motor car
parade recently when one hundred
Iluynes Plftys. tho smaller and llithtcr
five-passenger, ' six-cylinder Huynes
touring car, which had Just been re
ceived In a stnble Irahi load from
The Iluy.-.oa Automobile Company, Ko
k oino, Indiana, pussed In a. long line
down tho streets with an escort of mo
torcycle policemen.
The Huynes Flrtys were shipped to
New York In response to an urgent tel
egraphic order from II W. Heading
ton, president of the Iluynes Automo
bile Company of New York. Sixty
New York Htate Huyncs dealers were
on hand to take tho Iluynes Plftys Im
mediately upon their arrival in the
cltv. Previous to the parade and drive
away, Mr. Headington gave a luncheon
for nis dealer at the. New York Ath-
If You Use
GATfeS TIRES
You Have No Tire Trouble
Gertson & Marty
639 Cottonwood Street Phone 695
REPAIRS
We'll fix your engine or your tire
Folks say we're worthy of our hire.
This shop is the clearing Iioiiho for all automobile trouble We'll
vulcanize a worn out casing so thut It will nguln tuko the rood and
serve u well. We'll clean mid repair your engine and recharge your
IkjUciUs. J-e us keep imk cur in good health.
RUDY TANNLER
ficrv.M) Car ly and Mglit
Shop phone, 870
ItntlUencc 405-W
518 Willow
' I FAIR PRICE
letic'ciub. Mr. Headington, who had
Just returned from the factory, told
the dealers that the Hayncs factory
was experiencing an era o, unprece
dented prosperity, and that production
was 133 per cent of any previous period.
The slogan of the firm "New I'urts
for All Curs'' expresses fully the char
acter of Its business and Patterson
Parts, Inc., stocks, In addition to com
plete lines of many leading replace
ment parts, a very fully stock of new
parts for all popular makes of cars. It
Is organized to supply, practicaMly 6n
order, parts for obsolete cars. And It
specializes on service, filling and
sending all orders immediately on re
ceipt. '
j One of tho Interesting events of this
i week In motordom was the announce-
I ment made by Wallace Hros., local dls-
I trlbiitors of the htudebakcr, of a re-
duction In the prices of cars handled
i by them.
The Htudebakcr corporation Is the
largest manufacturer of cars in the
world with the excoptton of Ford,
rcisht months ago a substantia! reduc
tion was made, but owing to the in
crease of buslncHs enjoyed by the con
cern, tho future reduction seemed
Justified. ,
Production of Studcbukerg for this
quarter will be 21,000 curs. For the
correxpondlng period of 1920, the out
put was 11,000 curs. '
'NEW PARTS FOR ALL
CARS' SLOGAN OF NEW
PORTLAND AUTO STORE
With the opening of the new store
of Patterson Parts, Inc., at 31 North.
Park street, Portland, there ia placed
at the disposal of the garage and re
pair men of Portland and the state of
Oregon a service which is credited
with having "speeded up" tho auto re
pair and replacement business
throughout the state of California.
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H An Announcement: by
The
.
Studebaker Corporation
of America
Eight months ago, when the costs of
'material and labor appeared to have
reached their peak, we made substantial
reductions in the prices of Studebaker
. cars.. These reductions were in anticipa
tion of our ability, after the turn of the
year, to purchase materials and to fabri
cate them at lower costs.
The expected savings have been real
ized. . ,
With them, other savings have been
made, as a result of the greatly increased
volume which .Studebaker has this year
enjoyed. t
During the first five months of 1921,
our volume of business has exceeded that
of any other automobile manufacturer
except Ford.
The Studebaker plants are running at
capacity with unfilled orders on hand for
over 7000 cars. .
In this quarter we shall produce
000 automobiles against 11,000 in the
corresponding period of last year. This
is an increase of approximately 100 per
cent.
No other automobile manufacturer is
making" a comparable showing.
We believe" that the c oniideiice of the
buying public, which has made and ii
making this record possible, will contin
ue, because it is supported by the quality
and value of our products, and these we
shall uphold.
We expect that as a consequence the
present economical. ajjd efficient produc
tion basis can be maintained and that we
are justified in making further reduc
tions in the prices of Studebaker cars.
Following Is the "weekly report of
road conditions of Umatilla county and
KNtern.)regon issued by the Eastern
Oregon Auto Club:
Columbia River Highway Pendle
ton to Portland. Pendleton to Des
chutes river good gravel road excep
tion of small stretch under 'construc
tion near Blalock. Deschutes river to
The Dalles take detour over hill owing
to construction, rough hill but fair
road. The Dulles to Mosier. new
gravel road.. Mosier to Hood River,
closed for paving. Passage through
highway before 8 a. m. at noon and
after 5:30 p. m. as well as Sundays and
holidays. Hood River tJ Portland
paved. Oregon Tourist and Informa
tion Bureau and Oregon Slate Motor
Association In Portland.
Old Oregon Trail Pendleton to Salt
Lake. Pendleton to. La Grande over
Blue Mountains. Good gravel high
way exception 20 in ilea dirt and rock
road five miles at crest rough. La
Grande to Baker excellent. Baker to
State Line good with two detours ow
ing to construction. State line to
Boise fair and good. Boise Auto Club
for Hall Lake route.
Oregon Washington Highway Wil
lows to Walla Walla via , Pendleton.
Willows to Heppner through lone good
dirt road. Heppner to Pilot Rock fair
to good. Pilot Rock to Pendleton part
under construction, most good road.
Pendleton to Walla Walla paved ex
cept four miles, detour. Complete In
10 days. Tri State Auto Club, Walla
Walla.
La Grande-Enterprise Highway La
Grande to Enterprise open, detours,
not good but passible.
Enterprise-Flora Highway In fair
condition, traffic steady.
Baker Cornucopia Highway Good
road, some hard surface.
Baker Unity Highway Fair to good
with some rough stretches.
Pendleton Cold Springs Highway
Good by way of Holdman or South
Cold Springs to Landing. ;
Oilier Routes
Pendleton to Spokane good to ex
cellent by Central Ferry and Colfax
except eight miles near ferry very
rough, lnlaitd Automobile Associa
tion ut Spokane for roads cast and
north.
Pendleton to Seattle via Walla Wul
la, Pasco und Yakima, generally good.
Pendleton to Lehman Springs, open
and fair.
Pendleton to Bingham Springs, fair
and good. -'
Pendleton to Helix, hard surface all
I he way. Lcuvc Oregon Washington
highway at Havana.
Pendleton to Heppner via Echo. Co.
lunibia river highway to Echo. Echo
over Butter Creek hill, dirt road, very
good.
Road conditions generally in East
ern Oregon arc at their best. Recent
rains have settled any dust and myim-
i tain roads are now dry. Many de
I tours make driving slightly slower for
i much Is under construction. Detours
j aro generally good and well marked.
Tourlstrtraftic is greatly Increased. 300
tourist cars registering In Pcndleluii
last month.
hire
There is plenty of truth in
the old saying," you usually
get just what you pay for."
If therefore, you buy the
"cheapest" tire you prob
ably .will get just that
much less quality and
service.
TIRES
are not the cheapest in price, but the recent
reduction makes them exceptionally low
in cost when you consider their splendid
quality and the unusual service which we
know they will give you. .
Rugged, Cord and Traffilc -Treads- in all
standard sizes. "
Ask us for tr new low prices.'
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A iitomatlc Windshield Cleaner
Operated by a vacuum motor con
nected with an automobile's Intake
manifold by flexible tubing, a new
windshield cleaner is kept constantly
In motioln as iong as a valve on the
motor Is kept open.
NEW PRICES OF STUDEBAKER CARS
1 O. a Factories, effective June 1st, 1021
TOI IUXG CARS AX1) ltO.VDSTKUS .
MGIIT-SIX 3-raM ISoaitst.T $1X1111
LltatT-siX Touring Cur
81'IX'I.VL.SI.X a Pass. HonilxUT , ..tloHA
KPrX1AIKIX Touring Cur ,.
S1MXIAI-S1X i. Phms. IfcwilHU-r Sl:t5
UIG.81X TouiIh? Car $1985
COITKS AM) SKDAXS
Unlit -SIX 2-rase. Co"K-.ltoail,s,r .
LIGHT-. SIX R-Pa.-s, Sedan
KIMXIAL-SIX Coupe
SPIXIAI, !jIX 5-IVs Sedan
BIG-SIX l-l'aw. Couw
UIG-SI. 7-Pnss, Sedan
. $1(10.1
.$1)11)5
.$2I.0
.$2.W0
.5JII.VI
ALL STrmOBAKL'll CARS; AHli I.-QI IPPKD WITH CORD TIRKS
THIS IS A STUDEBAKER YEAR
THE STUDEBAKER CORPORATION OF AMERICA
Detroit, Mich
South Bend, Ind. ' Walkerville, Canada
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WallaceBros.
ELK'S BUILDING
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New EiikIIkIi Solid Tire '
A new automobile tire of English
Invention is made of solid rubber with
large, deep chambers cut Into It from
the side, which is fitted against the
wheel rim. ,
Unique Tractor Plow
Thei shares of a Quebec Inventor's
tractor plow move transversely on
endless belts as the machine is moved
over the ground, which thereby Is till
cd In two directions at once.
Help In KcnioTliig Truck WIhvIh
For motor truck owners a crane on
coaster has been Invented for remov
ing and replacing the wheels of heavy
vehicles.
Machine Picks Up Xiita
An luventor has patented a motor
driven machine to pick up nuts from
the ground and convey them -into a
container, saving much hand labor.
Airplane and Auto Combined
. An Argentinian has invented an air
plane designed to. rise directly from
the ground or to run along a road like
an automobile.
Air tiaugo oil Valve Stem
To lessen the labor of testing the
air pressure In an automobile tire a
new gouge forms part of the vulvo
stem and la covered with a heavy glass
duat cap that is transparent.
THE ROYAL
Vacuum
CLEANER
CLEANS EVERYTHING
The Royal, with its at
tachments, i3 a complete
house cleaning plant and
makes an easy task of
house cleaning.
Phone 139 for demon
stration or call at 206 E.
Court street.
J. L. VAUGIIAN
Electric Supply House
Phone 139. 206 E. Court
Mr. Car Owner
The business of E. T. Walker Repair Shop will be
known in the future 'as Walker & Ocker Repair Shop.
Mr. Ocker, well known mechanic, takaing over a half
interest. All business will run in the future as before.
Catering to all automobile labor. -
Washing, Greasing, Repairing and Storage .
Walker & Ocker
a
Repair Shop
Service Car Day and Night
Shop Phone 445 ' Regidence Phone, 350
717 Garden Street ,
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NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR
Goodrich
AND
Brunswick
HAVE DROPPED IN PRICE 20 PER CENT.
At the start of the motoring season you are enabled
to purchased tho best tires at an enormous saving.
Mod Rubber & Supply Co.
305 E. Court St.
Wholesale and Retail.
WM. DUNN, Mgr.
'Phone 135
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