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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1021.
lf- f Do your tires need
We'll fix them the right way
Just phone or bring them to us.
' We sell
Goodrich, Brunswick, Pennsylvania,
Oldf ield Automohile Tires.
Pendleton Her & Supply Co.
His Beard Doesn't Save Him
"Wholesale and Retail
303 E. Court St Wra. Dunn, Mgr. Phone 133
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' This actor U listed In the cast of "The Hell Diggers" as Alexander
Rroun. But he is Richard Bennett, famous for years on the stage as
jfcw an producer. He put on the whiskers to take part in his first
,heiv Theodore Roberts could not take the part bocauf
WHAT ARE YOU THINKING ABOUT?
Sunday you and your friends will want to take a ride in your
car. The new completed roads and highways are unsurpassed
for beauty. Tou should enjoy this scenery.
Are you worrying; about your tires? Let
GATES TIRES .
take the worry from you.
Gertson & Marty
639 Cottonwood Street Phone 595
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Requirements of Those Who
Brive Responsible Largely
for Feature on Haynes.
"The public tod..y ocmanas a motor
with quick acceleration; a motor that
will respond instantly to the touch of
I the accelerator,' states Alton G. Sei
I berlinp, vice president and general
i manager of The Haynes Automobile
i Company. "The traffic regulations of
I our country require motorists to move
I quickly with the signal of the sema
i phore. In order for an automobile to
do this the motor must be highly pre
fected. "It was this vital present-day re
quirement that led the Haynes engi-
I neers to bring out the big, powerful
r.cw Haynes "5 motor. Larger valves,
larger intake and exhaust manifold,
the new Haynes ftielizing system, the
improved thermostatic motor heat
control are a few of the finer develop
ments in this new, efficient Haynes 75
motor which was produced after many
years of careful, scientific research.
Th Hfivnfs 7T, motor, an Achievement
of more than a quarter of a century of
automobile manufacturing, responds
instantaneously to tho motorist's de
sires and that is why we feel that we
have metj the present-day require
ments of the motoring public.
"The new Haynes-design mnnifold
gives perfect distribution of completely
vaporized bus to all cylinders under
all throttle conditions. The improved
hot-spot with the controllable valve
that vaporizes all grades of fuel for
perfect combustion, quick acceleration
and maximum power,. Is a feature ex
clusively Haynes. The new lubricat
ing system supplies oil under pres
sure to all bearings, giving practically
unlimited bearing service and greatly
increases motor life.
"The clyinder heads on the new
Haynes 25 are detachable and made
in three sections and are so machined
as to give uniform compression In all
cylinders. This assures a more even
"After all an automobile manufac
turer's chief duty is to produce exactly
what suits and fills the needs of the
motor-buying public when their de
mands Represent what is necessary for
compjete motor car service," con
cludes Mr. Seiberling.
All That Money Can Buy
To be Master of the Highway is glpry indeed, hut this
well-earned distinction does not alone explain the
country-wide preference shown for Paige 6-66 models.
To start with, there is large economy in the initial price.
Furthermore, many attested performances on track and
hill have revealed a stamina that is a guarantee of long
life and freedom from repair bills.
All that a truly fine car should be, it is easily apparent
that the Paige 6-66 is by far the greatest dollar-for-dollar
value on the market today. Is it any wonder, then, that
discriminating buyers who could well afford to pay
' $5,000 to $6,000, if they were convinced that supreme
quality compelled it, choose the Paige?
PAWE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT,! Michigan
" Manfocturrw at Molar Cjtrt and Motor Truck
0. E. IIOLDMAN AUTO CO.
NEW PRICES ON PHIGE CARS
CSenbrook, 6-44, 5-Pess. Touring $1635
Unci, fc-44, 3-Psse. Roadster - IMS
Ardmore, b-44. 4-P.m. Snort Car , 1925
Ltkewood, M, 7-Pass. Touring
Irchrnont II, S-Psseenger 2975
Dayton, fr-tt, 3-Pas. Roadster - 1 2295
Coupe, 6-44, 4-Pnssenger - - - - $2450
Sedui, 6-44, 5-Passenger - - - 2570
Coupe, 6-66, S-Passenger - - 3755
Sedan, A-66, 7-Paseenger - - l 3830
Limousine, 6-66, 7-Passengcf - 4030
Aft Meet f. . ft. Factor Tom Zxtra
Pome very interesting facts concern
ing the mileage records of Goodyear
Tires were brought out during the re
cent Industrial and Trades Exposition j
v. ner. ine e.mwu or me .ooayear lire
& llubber Company of California was
the center at a great deal of interest.
Hundreds of car owners made it a
point to stop in at the Goodyear boothi
and many, without any solicitation
whatsoever, related their experiences
with Goodyear Tires and the mileage
which these tires had given them.
A careful analysis of the mileage
records claimed by these numerous
car owners revealed the fact that
Goodyear Tires runing here in the
West were delivering an average of
over 21,000 miles. -And when It- is
taken into consideration that this
mileage does not apply merely to tires
driven over city pavements, but over
desert and mountain roads as well, and
under every conceivable condition, It
is a fitting reason for . the extreme
popularity among car owners in this
Western territory for the Goodyear
'In one particular Instance a Los An
geles car owner reported that his 87x5
Goodyear Cord Tires had already giv
en him over 33,000 miles of service
and were still in use.
Another instance was that of a Good
year 30x3 ii Clincher Fabric Tire on
a Ford touring car. This particular
tire had been driven over desert roads
and mountain highways and delivered
ovfr. 12.000 .miles of untroubled ser
vice before being discarded.
Such ''consumer evidence" indeed
speaks well for this great Western In
dustry and for the product which the
local Goodyear factory la producing.
It is a fitting tribute, too, to the In
dustrial and Trades Exposition which
enanied manufacturer and consumer
to get together on a common ground
and have a heart to heart discussion of
the merits or shortcomings of the local
THE FIRST PASSENGER
FCesoenTal Campaign -BAND
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WE cannot doubt the superiority of the
NEW LlGHT-SlX even when we com
pare it with cars in a higher price class--not
when our belief in its unusual value is
backed up every day by reports of a
tounding LlGHT-SlX sales from all over
the country. ,
This is a Studebaker Year
WSW PRICES OF STUDEBAKSSt GMfci
f. o. b. Faelori, mfhctht Jun 1st, 1921
Touring Can amd Roadlttr
UCirT-SIX 2-PASS. ROADSTER ". $1300
LIGHT-SIX TOURING CAR' IJSS
SPECIAL-SIX 2-PASS. ROADSTER I56S
SPECIAL-SIX TOURING CAR 1635
SPECIAL-SIX 4-PASS. ROADSTER v 16. 5
BIG-SIX TOURING CAR 198S
Coupmt ana SJan$
LIGHT-SIX 2-PASS. COUPE ROADSTER ...SIMS
UGHT-SIX S-PASS SEDAN IB" J
SPtrlALSIX 4 PASS. COUPE 24SO
SFFC1AL-S1X SPASS.F )AN Jh'O
DIG SIX 4 PASS. COUPF. S0
BIG SIX 7-PASS. SEDAN
ALL STUDEBAKER CARS ARE EQUIPPED WITH CORD TIRES
QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonable Prices,
East Oregonian Printing Department.
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S :-H!x-i i Thret Van. Roadnitr tl i 9-5
SV-Stx-io five Van. Touring li2b
Si-Sit-tn Three I'au. Covfe 135
Si-Siz-W Fire Pan: Sedan - i.'15
gH-SiX'Wnur PamA'oupi - S-IS5
2-Sif.)!tSeeen Pane. Touring 17H6
t.lSijcM, ,Veei Pane. SeJa tG35
C2-rour-Jl Tiro '. Uoad.iler t !
t-t'nur-l'Firr- '. Inuring 07G
i'J-Foii'- in .Thrf-P'iM. Coupe HT5
LJ-Four-t I- ice Pan. Sedan JU5Q
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It's Easy to Shift
Gears on a Buick
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SLIGHT movement of
JTL the hahd shifts Buick gears,
and without noise.
That's why thousands of own
ers prefer Buick for city driving.
Come in, sec the 1922 Buick
models, and Jet us-demonstrate
to you the' ease of Buick shift
No others compare.
Oregon Motor Garage, Inc.
Phone 468 119, 121 W. Court
WHEN --BEHER AUTOMOBILES ARE LUILT. BUICK WILL BUILD THEM