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T II H T I M H H - II R It A Ii D , II U It If M , H A K N Ifl T COW NTT O It M (3 O N
HATUKDAY, MAUCfl 21, lMM
The United States on Wheels
Leads World in Automobiles
Anwer t last w4k't pumfn.
This Weeks Cross Word Puzzle
Every Dollar Spent for Motor Cars Is Well Spent. What
the Automobile Has Done and is Doing For Us. Not an .
Extravagance and Every Family Should Own One
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Ono thing tlio people of tlio United
States havo doiiu thoroughly anil well
liottor than any otlior country, liottur
than all tlio cnuntrUw put together,
nml that thlni; Is AUTOMOMM-3
Tlio civilization of a country Ij
Judged by tftu AVHHAUK COMKOUT.
And on that IuuIh THIS It 'ho worlil'i
Yearn ago w in thor-' .voro a few
hundred automobiles only In all tlio
United Stntcu, thlH wrltur predicted
that a, nation buying two million
buggies a year, to ho dragged over
tlio muddy roadM hy slowly moving
horsos, would ovoutually provide
roads worthy of tlio nutomohlto.
Thnt prediction Iiiih como (run al
ready. Tlio gonlus and good Judg
nioiit of American manufacturers
lmvo produced earn hy tlio iiiIIHoiim,
mid most wisely and fortuuatoly for
tho country tho constant uffort has
hoon to lower tho price and incrcaiio
Only Hiioh QUANTITY PIIODUC-
TION an this nation haH achieved 2
would make possible tho reasonable
prlceii of aiitomobllo today.
This Ih a country of high wagon
and high prices. Yet, because tho
I'coplo buy on a hie scale and tho
mauufactiircrH compote tuirncHtly In
low cost production, you can buy for
your dollar in tho United Htatos
Iwlco an much real nutomohlle VAI
UI5 as you ran buy for thai dollar In
any other country In tho world. Tho
other couutrloH admit it, do not at
totupt to compete with this country.
Thoro havo been financier and
others bo shortsighted an to suggest
that the United RtatuH spends TOO
MUCH MONKY on automobiles. And
Home that do not uuderritaiid condi
tions or trim values speak of tho
automobile ax a "plouituro vehicle."
Kvory dollar spent for automoblleH
haH boon WKl.I. spout and ban
brought hack two dollarit In value.
Thoro lu no hiicIi thliiK uh a "pleas
ure automobile." You might nit well
talk of "pleaHiiro fresh air," or of a
Time IIh Value to .Men
Tho automobile huvok TIM I-., tho
most valuable tiling that moil pos
sess, tho niOHt preelouH, tho most l:n
The aiitomobllo, truck, tractor and
Kan engine havo (IouIiIihI tho life of
tho farmers by enabling them to no
compllMh twlco uh muoh In jx Riven
Who n those who road thin woro
boy.i a trip to town meant that tho
fanner must Ioho a whole day. Ilo
miiHt plow aloiiR throiiKh tho deep
ruts, takliiK tho horneri from work on
Now a "trip to town," with tlmo
iuioukIi to do the necessary buyliiK,
moaiiH half an hour, at a convenient
tlmo of day, and with tho uho, per
hapH, of ton coats worth of kohoIIuo
for tho round trip.
Nobody can OBtlmato tho value of
tho tlmo and money that automobiles
liavo saved for tho fnrmora.
And what Ih true of farmerH Ih
MRS. ALFRED C. WELCOME
TEACHER OF SINGING
STATE ACCREDITED TEACHER
High School Credits Given
Residence Studio Telephone 111 J
S. M. JARVIS
Cattle, Sheep, Wool, Hay
Written for Tlio TliuoH-llornld
lly Arthur IIiIhIjiuio
TliruiiKli AutociiHtor Horvlco
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true of other classes. Ask tho doc
torn, especially those that live lu
sparsely settled regions. Thanks to
tho automobile, their value Iiiih been
multiplied by four and five, their
possibility of doliiR Reed work, and
also their own earnliiR power.
Ask those that understand tho
labor problem. Tho shorttiRo of la
bor, of bulldliiR iiiechnnlcfl especial
ly, ban been largely overcome lu
rural roKluiiH by tho fact that the
carpenter or mason now thinks noth
ing of going ten miles to a Job.
Tho automobile haH saved every
year. IN ACTUAL WOUKINO TIMB,
for this country, more than all tho
automobiles of the nation cost. That
should be remembered hy those that
talk unnsonso about "uatlouul auto
There wan a tlmo when men plow
ed, UHlug human power to pull the
"plow," a pointed ploeo of wood,
hardened lu tho fire.
In very ancient days, iih KocIuh
hIiowh you In bin history of "Man and
tho Karth," primitive man hitched
his 01. 1), woriinul wives to tho front
of tho plow. The young wife, that
still Interested Ii I tit. walked behind
tho plow, Raiding It, while ho watch
ed for tho enemy from a tree-top.
IVoiiiini) ami llappliH'sn
The automobile, tractor, truck, gan
engine earn alt that TilKY cost today
and ten times what they cost.
Tho automobile moans economy.
Hut, the Important thing Ih not econ
omy. It Ih HUMAN IIAI'IMNKBH. Tho
thing desirable Ih not merely Having
labor, or making time more valuable
It Ih TO MAKi: I.IFK l.ON'Oim and
nialto human families happy TO
(JBTIIKH. The automobile Incronnliig length
or life, Inoroasort IIAIM'IN'K.HS, rep
roHoutH above all other achievements
tho porgroHH and tho civilization or
No man lit bettor ontltled to public
IhnnkH than the manufacturer or a
good automobile sold at a fair price,
And tho prlco may ho fair, whether
It ho three hundred dollarn for a car,
or ten thousand dollars,
Meanwhile, If you haven't got
your aiitomobllo OKT IT. An nu
tomobllo Inn't like a horse, It doesn't
eat when ll Inn't working.
i You can take your family to tho
mountains, the lakes, the seashore.
You can take them across tho Con
tinent to California, ornouth to Flor
ida, or south west to Texas, the gi
gantic Htato of great opportunities,
or northwoHt to the RlorlotiH Hoaltle
country, or up to the Maine wood.
down to Now Orleans.
When you IIAVK an automobile
you coiKjuer distance and time to"
WingH for a bird are NOT RXTItA
VAOANT. An aiitomobllo ror i man
who can get It Is not oxtravagnut
This Ih a Country on Wheal. Tho
Unltod HlatOH Owns, and Keeps Ituu
iiIiir, More Automobiles than all tho
rest of the world put together. There
are several states lu the union that
have enough automobiles to carry at
one time tho KNTIIIK POPULATION
of tho Htato. This Ih tho World'
greatest Aiitomobllo Country. It will
Keep That Place. Ho, (loA Carl
lt.SI(in ll.M,!, (JA.MKH I'liAYKI)
AT HAMMI Y.MIU VKHTKItllAV
Tho Jason Leo PlouoorH lost to
he Whitman Ploneern by a ncoro of
M-I. Although the score wan lop
nlded the riiiiio wuh ouo of the best
played on the local YMCA floor.
Anderson llyrd took tho lead In tho
playing and through his offorlH the
Hcoro wan tied at Iho IiIrd knot, llyrd
Is showing remarkable work In pla
Rough and Dressed
Pi III III llll ftvi.j ""mraEjBggggg
At The New
End of lane leading east
Burns Paul A. Weil Burns
FIRE INSURANCE, Standard Stock Com
panies PRACTICE, before U. S. Land Office and
bureaus of the Department
REAL ESTATE; city, acreage and farm
YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED
hit; and In cnuiildereil ouo of tho all
around athleten of tho Salem Y and
iiuieni: tho Pioneer cluhii.
At another Knmo durlnj; tho after
noon tho Daniel Ilooiio IMoueern de
feated tho Lincoln l'lonoeni hy a
Htjoru of f!-2, in HOinewhat of a HhU
1hh mimo, compared to tho flanhy
playliiR of tho former loam Siilom
Ammonium imlphatn, a common
uommerelnl furllllr.or which In avail
able lu crystalline form from any
donlor lu need or fertilizer, Ih ii Reed
Hprny for the control of moss and
wnttilK In tho lawn, ruportH tho Oro
Klin osperlmuul ntntlon. It la also
a Reed ferttllzor and Htlmulataii tho
itrowlh of crasH. It lu iIIhiioIvoi! at
tho rate or 2 ounties to a Rallou of
wator. atralnlnjt tho Hpmy throuRh
cheMo elotU will ramovw partlulvn of
dirt which would oIor up tho npray
HOKDKAUA' OKI'S TltKK MOHH
AccumtilatlouH of lichens and mosn
In old and neglected orchards or In
nut plantings which nro not sprayod
frequently may he quickly cleauul
up by using comutau lye, at the rato
of one pound of lye to nix or eight
nations of wator. or the lyo may bo
added to tho dormiu lime sulfur
Cure must be tntwi to protect tho
skin against the imiiRtlo action of
tho lye. Although th lye c.u,i
(tilok criiinbllng and remove tho
tlrkoiiH It I not permanuui In Its
action. Kxparlmoutu cnudiic'ed by
tho experiment Klatlun at Corvnllli
havo shown that bordeaux mixture
when thoroughly applied will kill
the lichens nnd protect the branches
frou renewed Infestations for a num
ber of year. The dead mosn will not
disappear at once, hut will gradually
II Ih how proposed to lunooulnto
oysterM against typhoid, (iood. Kvery
oyster should be compelled to comply
with tlio law.
PlaucH have Just dropped corned
beef lu the Alps to save tho lives or
three starving elluibn6t. It they
hail dropped Home American army
biscuits on lliu OeriuniiH they would
havo saved the lives or some Amer
ican. Why not move tho previous ques
tion and begin the Muscle 8hoals ar
gument all over again.
Wo will do your Job work.
from Short'a blackimith m
Thuro Inn't a dlltlcult word lu thin
croHu-word nur.zlo iih arranged hy
Walter UarnoH. Kvery word Ih com
mon In tho vocabulary of tho aver
ago adult. A tlmo limit In xolvlng
thlu nuzzle would bo a good tcHt for
anyone who wlHliod to know Juat how
flint a thinker they aro. (let a load
lioncll ami go to It.
in Machluv to now with.
lfi Sal u tod.
17 i'eraonal Pronoun.
18 Aged. ,
20 City lu MuHNaohUHqttii.
1!1 Large Wagon.
24 Kdge. f'
25 A drovo. '
2li To deluge. , ,
28 Vlcloun -ea fl-h.
30 KaUohood. ' "
afi Walking Mtlak.
:I7 To lick ut).
80 To clip off.
12 Analyze, (drain.) .
44 An animal.
lfi Cereal food.
IS I.liulil inoiiNuro. (abbr.)
10 IiiNirument for Huwlng.
r.3 Margin. (IMu.)
and with its arrival comes
cleaning : up time and
garden planting time.
Tools For This Purpose
Shovels, Rakes, Hoes, .
Spades and Forks.
I. S. Geer & Co.
mi 1 tjiiiiiiiitiiiiuii u mi unity
Rightly Promptly Reasonably
Burns Hardware Company
Part or head. (Plu.)
To tuattor gruifl for drying.
Public notice. (ribbr.)
To acquire knowledge.
Par tit of a plant.
Old toMtamuitt nrophoU
Itlvor In I'ranco.
Muilcal Iniitrumcnt. (Plu.)
Jump or leap.
Kind of ntono.
Part of body.
i-'nr example, (abbr.)
iu.enih: m:ss oim.nkh
"I have no authority for my
thought but I will hot my weekly
chocolates that a Scotchmlii watt
tho denlgner of tho Spring ntylou In
Bklrts, If you got what I mean."
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