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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1919.
Coming to the Oregon
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HAS NEW GARAGE
Chester P. Way, formerly with the
Marlon and Btiivk garages of thin city,
and C. K. David have opened up the
Fairgrounds Auto' Electric shop at
2S90' Fairgrounds ftoad where they
will carry a full line of auto accessor
ies, tires, greases, oils, etc. Besides
doing a general line of repairing. Be
fore coming here Mr... Way was with
the Nebraska Kulck and Oldsmobile
garages at Lincoln,, Nebraska, leaving
there for overseas service. Upon re
turning from France Mr. Way came to
Saiem where his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. I). Way reside.
RAISE SIGAR PRICE, PIJ3A
Washington, Nov. 15. Increase In
the wholesale price of sugar, now set
at 10 cents n pound, was asked today
by refiners who called at the depart
ment of justice. The sugar men -were
warned tWat retailers charging 25 and
19 cents for sugar, as reported from
Memphis and Chicago, were open to
fine and Imprisonment.
DAVID WARK GRIFFITH
Of extraordinary Interest, not only
to lovers of the motion picture, but
likewise to all who appreciate the high
wt In art in its various manifestations,
ip the announcement of the Oregon
theatre that It has secured David Wark
Griffith' superb screen creation,
"Hroken Blossoms," to be shown four
days, beginning Sunday.
The story f "Broken Blossoms"
boautiful, yet tragic love story ever
Mr. Griffith adapted from a tale by
Thomas Burke called "The Chink and
the Child" which Is part of that au
thor's famous volume "Liniehoiise
Nights." Around this story, and we
upeak from the opinions of dramatlo
critics the country over, Mr. Griffith
has built the most alluring, yet pitiful
Thirsty Come In
Droves; Booze Is
Sold at $7 Case
Louisville, Ky Nov. 15. All roads
lead to Louisville.
Citizens from the surrounding towns
o.ml states are hastening to the me
tropolis of Kentucky by train, by au
tomobile, motorcycle and on foot to
witness n phenomena of the dry year
Of 1919. ' . ..
Whiskey Is on sale here today.
Openly, without stealth or attempt at
By virtue of an injunction granted
hy Judge Evans of the United dis
trict court, two of the biggest distill
ers In Louisville are permitted to dis
pose of tholr stocks In defiance of the
war time prohibition measure.
They have huge stocks of genuine
Pou'rhon, 100 proof and guaranteed to
harbor the well known pre-prohlbt-tiou
punch is being sold right off the
fUmis of the warehouse ut J 7 a 'ease.
Lewlston, Idaho, Nov. 14
Members of Winchester post,
American Legion, ' last tiisht
rounded up James V, Bliss, I.
W. W. organizer.
Bits wua given his chnkv of
getting- out of town at once or
of receiving n coat of tar and
He was allowed to Inspect a
long and efficient looking rope.
He's wearing out shoe leath
CKLYBfST OF FIBER
USED IN MAKING OF
CORD MOTOR TIRES
High yellow and coal black pickers
in southern ; fields may handle cot
ton without a thought, but the long
fibre, high quality product of theirla
bors that goes Into the making of the
best cord tires of today, gefs there only
after careful inspections and rigid tests
conducted by workmen whose minds
are actively upon their work.
"A square Inch of the, high duality
tire building fabric used in our cord
tires must have nn approximate break
ing strength of at least 442 pounds,"
says L. .1. Kparks, Firestone represent
ative at (15 North l'ark street, Port
land. "It must weigh 15 ounces por
square yard and run 26 cords to the
"It comes Into our factory from
mills In which it has been especially
prepared from the best long fibre cot
ton grown. Upon arrival at Akron It
Is unrolled and passed ovef an illumi
nated glass table, where any Imperfec
tions in weave of workmanship are
readily detected. If not rejected at this
Inspection, It is subjected to tensile
strength tests. A special apparatus Is
used to determine whether each cord
has the right number of twists per
"The rigid tests and careful inspec
tions given the cord tire fabric are
but an Instance of the palntaking care
with which a cord tire Is constructed.
The same carefulness goes into the se
lection of the quality rubber with
which the cotton is impregnated, and
Into every movement of manufacturing
hand and machine.
"With those things In mind one real
lzse why tho tourist of today can find
added comfort In an assurance that
the pleasure of his long motor trips is
not likely to be married by tire trouble."
Cut This Out
When you want an Auto
Truck call 998 dav nhone.
and bYiU night phone.
We do all kinds of distance
hauling , and will take con
tracts hauling wood or any
other work you have.
Oswald Erapey and
R. 0. Cummins, Owners I
Office 14:? S. Liberty Street
Chicago, Nov. 14. Janitors in Chi
cago apartment house buildings will
strike tonight unless their demands
for Increased wages are met, William
F. Queese, president of the Janitors
union, declared today. The Janitors
demanded an increase of $1.50 a
month for each flat and no basement
The coldest weather of the season
was reeorded today.
Road Building on the Desert
There is now nearing completion a
17-mile tangent of Lincoln Highway
which cuts across the, Salt Lake
Desert, shortening the highway by
some fifty miles. The desert surface
is broken up by means of gang plows
and shaped by means of road graders
plumbing and Water Systems Install
ed uj unABM tSKUa., 141 SOUttl
Liberty St. Phone 550. Also agents
for Fairbanks-Morse Gas Engines.
Burhanki, American Wonderc,
I Netted Gems, Pride of Moltne-
man, uarnet lam, i.ariy nose.
We will be ready to eommenee X
f shipping as soon as you have fully
f matured stock to offer. Phone '. ',
I 717 or address 642 State Street, '
whn trAmiirHS An ttiaio
work and bowels move naiurally.
Fretful, crying babies need
MRS. WIN SLOWS
lit Infants' mxi CbiUrti'i Rtgilitor
to make the stomach digest food.
ana Dowels lo move as they
snouid. contains no alcohol,
ODiatea. narcotic, nrnthpr y
harmful ingredients. t "
At your draeeists ,j
J. C. Perry
1-3 OFF LIST PRICE
... S3. 00
30x3 H Nonskid $26.40
32x3 H Nonskid .. 31.75
33x4 Nonskid ....:..... 38.00
34x1 Nonskid 42.50
8,000 mile guarantee.
We ran always save you money on
your Tires and Tubes.
Large Buyers Small Trofits.
Call or write.
MALCOLM TIRE CO.
Commercial nml Court Stroets
Olio of do Itraiiches
WE WELL PURCHASE TOVIt
Ranges, Heaters, Cook Stoves,
Beds, Mattresses, Springs, Bureaus
Commodes, Sewing Machines,
Dishes. In fact, any article which
you wish to sell.
Call Us Up
We Pay Beat Possible Prices.
Moral: It puts $ $ in your purse.
Lucas & Needham
Ferry and Liberty Sts.
JUNK YOUR JUNK
STEINBOCK JUNK CO.
And Auto Wrecking
320-326 N. Commercial St.
Will Buy Anything, any
where. If you are in
doubt call 305
hauled by caterpillar tractors. Owing
to the nature of the soil difficulty was
experienced in moist weather, due to
the weight of the tractors which sank
into the mud despite their broad bear
ing surfaces. The difficulty was
solved by bolting timbers to the eater-
pillar belts so as to broaden tbe treadl
of the machines. As the road bed ht
completed the gravel is hale4 aa
dumped over it by means of meter
trncks mounted on broad steel-tireA
wheels which serve to paek tha tt4
To Net 4.80 Per Cent to 6 Per Cent
Government and Municipal Bonds Bought and Sold
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
205 Oregon Bldg. "Salem, Ore.
Tires in Stock Reduced
20 Per Cent
Regular price 20 per cent Less
32x3 $20.30 $16.24
22x4 ' 27.30 21.84
33x4 28.55 22.84
34x4 29.30 23.44
NON SKIDS AND CORDS
I 15 Per Cent
CSoodrich 6,000 and 8,000 'miles.
Plymouth 5,000 adjusted here.
CLARK'S TIRE HOUSE
'- S19 N. Commercial. St.
Also Junk of All Kinds
Best Prices Guaranteed
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
Toe Square Deal House
271 Chemeketa Bt. Phone 398
r Chinese Medicine and Tea On.
Has medicine which will cure any 1
Open Sundays from 10 A. IL
until 8 P. M.
153 South High St.
Salem, Oregon. ' . Phone 283
For Long Distance Auto Trucking
Willamette Valley Transfer Co. P?Z
WE ALSO DO LOCAL HAULING.
Gas Producer Hullt of Concrete Slaves
Owing to the high pi'Uw and scarcity
of steel during the war, a gas company
In Syracuse found it necessary to l.uiM
the shells of a SOO-honte power gas
producer and scrubber out of concrete
staves. The shells are eight feet in fli.
nnieter and the staves measure 24 by
10 by 2 inches. They are connected
by tongue nnd groove joints. Relween
the concrete and the fire brick lining
there is a three-inch space filed Willi
a heat resisting material.
Whose Word is Better
Than Your Druggist's?
Physicians, Dentists and Nurses Rely On Him Isn't
That Sufficient Reason For Public Confidence?
There are ninny good reasons for
ti e confidence the public repose In
their druggist. First, he is educated
to. know by four years of college and
practical training. Second, ethical
physicians everywhere rely implicitly
on his isklll they trust him. This
faith, of course, originates and is
maintained by the professional serv
Ice rendered by the druggist In filling
prescriptions. Kveryone ndiuits this
confidence when offering a jreserip
Uon to a druggist.
Very few men can be honest In one
' department of their business, and rtls
tionest In the other. Dr. .lekyl and
Mr. Hyde exist very litllo in real life.
If you trust your druggist to fill ypllr
prescription, therefore, lit all fairness,
, you must accept his word asainst the
word of unknown and far distant
' To recommend nn article, the drtiR
jrlflt roust of course, know what it con
tains and how it Is made, and this
was one reason for the formation of
cooperative national association of
dru.ejfitrts snd physicians who prepare
a complete line of household -remedies
snd toilet goods. Tins association
Is the American Druggists Syndicate,
copularly calld A.li.B., which boasts
A membership of 28,001) dritKKtatai auJj
..!iHiciai!5. tbe largest Of it a kin, I in
... - 1.1 1,1 ..fan l-O I
eiona! iuen met antiuull for confer
ence in order to obtain the best for
muIiiH for its products that the com
bined skill and experience of its
members could produce. All these ar
ticles are non-secret, strictly ethical
The ingredient in all A. 1). S. prepa
rations conform to the standard ad
vocated for the srovernmeiit, and tan
not be excelled in quality. As the as
sociation is strictly cooperative, Its
merchandise is also sold at the very
lowest prices possible for the quality.
In Salem there are 11 druKRlsts
ho will tell you that A. D. ft. House
hold Remedies, like Milk of Magne
sia, Aspirin, Digestive Tablets, Pere
dixo Tooth Paste, etc.. are the best
that they can find In all markets.
These 11 druggists stand squarely be
hind every A. D. S. product with an
unqualified guarantee nnd a hearty en
dorsement. Such n recommendation
is the greatest that Can nbtlln. Imaari
on the scientific knowledge of tens
oi thousands of experts and fulfilled
by n man you know well and must
trust implieity your druggist
Whenever you need a household
remedy or toilet article, ask- nn A n
St. Druggist to repftmmer.d on to you.
ah A. 1J. B. Druggists identify them
selves with prominent window or conn
tor displays. Ask one about A. 1, S.
products. If you would trust ii t
fill your prescription, it's onk- f.ilr
to take his word about tVn mwkn.
disc he sells. (Adv)
WOODRY HAS IT
WOODRY HAS THEM
WOODRY HAS THEM
WOODRY HAS THEM
WOODRY HAS IT
WOODRY HAS THEM
AND EVERYTHING AT
270 N. COMMERCIAL ST
PHONE 510 OR 511
2590 Fairground Road on Pacific Highway.
. Telephone 1787
General repairing on any make of car. Call 1787
any time day or night and our service car will come
to your aid.' Carry in stock a good supply of Tires,
Tubes and Accessories for service work.
Well equipped shop. .Vulcanizing. Free Air.
Gasoline, Motor Oils, Gear Oils, Cup Grease.
Starting, Lighting, Ignition, and Carbureater sen
ice a specialty and work guaranteed
Way .& D
" MM MM MM
Save from 10 to 20
On Heaters, On Chairs,
Ranges, - Rockers,
Oil Stoves, Beds, Springs,
Enameled Ware Tables.
A Store Full of Bargains
We Buy, Sell and Exchange
Peoples Furniture Store f
A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE
New and 2nd Hand Goods Bought, Sold
271 North Commercial St. Phone 734
And you should use the same judgment in buying a
Bicycle as when you buy a car
Just keep this store in mind, and come in and look
You'll find we have a model to fit your needs in a
"America's finest Bicycle"
HARRY W. SCOn
147 SOUTH COMMERCIAL STREET
Uniformity is the secret of success of any
good product. '
It's the reason Willard Batteries with
Threaded Rubber Insulation are making
such a wonderful record of long life with
out repairs. .
Ordinary materials used for insulation
between battery plates are taken just as
they come from nature and can't be made
uniform by any process.
But Threaded Rubber Insulation is built
up by a scientific manufacture. Every piece
k of it is like every other and almost in
variably Threaded Rubber lasts as long
as battery plates.
No wonder many of these batteries have
given three and four years of uninter
rupted good service.
Drop in and get the whole story. 1
Degge & BurreH
238 North High Street.
THROUGH SERVICE WE GROW