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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORE. Saturday. JVix 20, 191s.
ROAD INFORMATION fOR
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
Fenwick Newell Sings at Chautauqua
' Heads Artists Company on Second Day
I The Fenwick Newell Concert Company, who will present two programs
at Chautauqua on the second day, la or of the stellar trios of the concert
platform, Fenwick A. Newell, heit'liug the company, Is a lyric tenor who has
been advancing very rapidly in popular favor during the past few years. His
jlich natural voice, under the care and instruction of the two greatest vocal
jcoaches In the country, Radanovlts of Chicago and Oscar Saenger of New
jTork, has developed tones of glorious warmth and color.
Miss Lillian Shank, violoncellist, Is an artist of highly developed technique
and deep musical understanding, with a record of unusual success on the plat
form. Mary Jane Grigsby, accompanist, Is a true artist at the piano.
Caoital Journal Want Ads Will Get You What You Yant
177 South Commercial
WHY NOT BUY THAT .
GOODYEAR TIRE "
It means more mileage They give
service You will be better
satisfied. . .
fRYTHINO PERTAINING TOBirvfTry.
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363 126 South Commercial
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Cast As Much
Both Use Gates Half -Sole Tires.
The small car and the limousine Gates Half-Soles
appeal to the owners of both alike.
Their appeal lies in Service long mileage freedom
from trouble. These are valuable to the merchant with
prompt deliveries to make equally valuable to the pro
fessional man and to the pleasure party for which an
untimely puncture may mar a perfect day.
They cost only one-half as much as other tires and are
guaranteed for thousands of miles of puncture-proof
service. , j:
Look into this now!
5. S. Montgomery
This bulletin contains general informs
tion concerning road conditions in or
near the National Forests of Oregon
and Washington, based on data furn
ished by the field ro.cn of the 1 orest Re
serve. TAKE NO CHANCES WITH FIRE.
DROP NO BURNING MATCHES OB
TOBACCO If you have a camp fire,
build it away from logs, trees, or rotten
wood. Scraps a clean strip aroufld it,
digging down to dirt. When yon leave,
PUT IT OUT. V. no water is available
Willamette VaUey-Cascada Mountain
Wagon Road, Open and in fair condi
tion between Foster and the summit of
the Cascade mountains. The bridges
along this route are. dangerous and par
ticular caution should be used in cross
Efibo-Neskowin Open and in per
manent summer condition for entire
Tillamook Willamina Open in fail
condition for entire route.
Dead Indian Ope uerween Pcliea
Bay and Ashland. Passable for autos.
Klamath Falls-Crater Lake Open b.9
Lake points. In poor condition between
tween Klamath Falls and all Crater
Klamath Falls and Fort Klamath. All
roads to Crater Lake are now open.
Estacada-Cazadcro Open and in fair
condition. Boad is narrow and rough.
Crater Lake Boad Open and in good
condition between Mcdford and Fort
Willamette Boad Open between Eu
gene and a point several miles bevond
Oak Ridgo. Closed to all vehicles bey
ond this point.
Columbia River Highway Opn ,md
in good condition, Portland to Cascade
Lcks. Closed for construction between
Cascade Locks and Hood River. Cars
may be shipped between Cascade Locks
and Hood River by rail or boat on1 week
flays. Eagle Creek public camp grounds
is located 4o miles east of Portland on
this road, which is paved the entire dis
tance. Here the Forest Service main
tains a free picnic and camp ground fot
recr.oation use. Tables, benches, fire
places, running water, and other con
venienccs are available at this camp
MeKenzie Pass Road Open and in
good condition, Eugene to west bound
ary of the Cascade National Forest.
Poor condition from west boundary of
the Forest to Sisters.
Drain-Seottsburg Open and in good
condition, entire length.
Klamath Falls-Bend (via Fort Kla
math) Open and in fair condition en
tire length, some rough places.
lirants Pass-Crescent City Open en
tiro Iongth and in good condition for a
DEMAND IS MADE
DEMAND IS MADE
Governor Whitman's Strength
Is Turning Toward For
Saratoga, N. Y., July 19. Praneis
Hendricks, one of the strong'Mt sup
porters of Charles Whitman i;i t'ne re
publican state convention here, today
signed his name to the petition asking
Colonel Roosevelt to make the race f'jr
Hughes las telegraphed
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Phone 428 1
few rough places.
Pacitie Highway; Open and in fair
condition, Roseburg to Grants Pass and
Medford. In good condition, Grants
Pass to Wolf Creek. '
Barlow-Oak Grove Road Open . and
in good condition, Portland to Rhodod
endron. Poor condition Rhododendron
to forks of road near Clear Lake. Open
but rough, Clear Lake to Cedar Burn
Good condition, Cedar Burn to Wapi
nitia. EASTERN OREGON.
Sparta-East Eagle Park Opn and
in good condition entire route.
Bakor Cornucopia Open, and in good
Bakor-Prairie City Open and pass
able for all vehicles, but in poor con
dition. Hardman-Spray Open and passable
for machines entire route.
Prinevillo - Mitchell . passable be
tween Ochoco Station and Wheeler
Crook county line. Open and in ex
cellent condition county line to Beaver
Cascade Sconio Highway Open from
coast towns to Sultan. Closed between
Sultan and Ty.e for construction work.
Detours not possible. Bridges aro not
finished across Miller River and the
Sunset Highway Open and in good
condition from Seattle to Clo Eluin.
Sixty miles out of Seattle on this high
way is the D,onny Creek camp grounds,
where the Forest Service maintains a
free camp and picnic grounds equipped
for the uso of the public.
Arlington-Darrington Boad Road is
open and in good condition Arlington to
Fortson. Fair condition 1'ortson to Dar-
Olympic Highway Open and In good
condition betwaen Olympia and Quini-
ault Lake. Open and in fair condition
between Olympia and Discovery Bay,
Good condition Fairholm to Mora and
State Road No. 4 Open and' in fair
condition between Republic and Tonas
kct. Slato Road No. 10 Open and in fair
condition between Entiat and Patoros.
The road is getting rough in placos.
Blewett Pass Highway Open and in
good condition Clo Blum to Wcnatchce.
This road is now in the best condition
it has ever been. Several bridges and
the heaviest grades on the old road on
the Chelan side of the road have been
eliminated and a large number of new
turnouts built. No driver should havo
any difficulty in negotiating this road.
his friends to sign his name to tho p.e
New York, July 19. "Thoro is only
one thought in my heart and you kn( w
what that is," Colonel Theodore Xrto.ie
velt said here today, when ssked if hs
had anything to say regarding the un
official convention of republicans at
Saratoga. He referred to .the news re
garding his son, Lieutenant Quentin
Roosevelt, reported dead la an aerial
combat in Frnnnn.
''I have had no conference with a'jy
living man on the subiect of nfilitj-
I want none. I am not interested in
politics at this time. It is farthest f 1 011
Colonel Roosevelt retn
ter Bar with Mrs. TCnnanvnlt I
I uaugmer, Mrs. Kicnara Derby. He ask
en xnai ne not oe Uisturbed again to
The round robin appeal pointed out
to Colonel Roosevolt the necessity of
his stepping in io unite fuctioiis of
the Tmrt.v. It. was nurnn.l hv mnnv n,,r.K.
! licans who in tho ini. liitn n,,u,.,i
the colonel. Among those was William
jaarnes. Morton a. LCwra, attorney gen
eral. who is a candidalo fnr iln fr;a
wrote the colonel, declaring h
.withdraw if Boosovelt wauld become
a candidate tor governor oi Now York
Extra lights, trouble finders, cigar
lighters and other such attachment on
a niotor car are, no doubt, great con
veniences; but they may cause a mo
torist consddcrable trouble unless ho
gives attention to his battery.
These appliances all draw electric
ity from tho battery, end ofton tho
generator on the car is not adjusted
so that it will roiplaco the current they
uso and thus overcome the heavy dTain
on the battery. As a consequence the
motoriat may find that his starter is
inoperative, and cigar lighters are cold
comfort when you must crank your car
by hand. The best way to eliminate
such trouble is to have a competent
battery man look over the car and
see if such devices aro overloading
"You do not need to pass up inch
convenience," says Mr. Degge, the lo
cal representative of the Willard Stor
age ISattery company, "if you have
your battery taken off the car and re
charged at proper intervals. The cost
of recharging is small, but it is the
price one must pay for added eleetriAl
attachments, if he wants to keep awaj
from trouble; and inconvenience,"
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Exide Battery Man
TaiksTo Car Owners
Felw antomobilo owners reali?, tho
work being dono by the Starting and
lightdng batteries in their cars, says
B. D. Barton, manager of the local Ex-
ido Battery depotj at 149 8. Commer-
ciul street. Tlie battery is there to
strat the car, they reason, and start
the ar it sliould regardless of any
In a measure they aro correct in tins
reasoning. The battery should start tho
car nt all times and it will if given
half a chance.
It is hard to Tcalize the amount of
219 N. COMMERCIAL
Our business is built on SERVICE. It costs you no
miles in the country than it does in our store.
Our Line is complete from a 28x3 to a 38x7.
UNITED STATES AND PENNSYLVANIA VACUUM CUP TIRES.
Mode! 90 First
Choice of "Women
(-because it is a beautiful car. of ample room,
wide seats, deep cushions and refinements
throughout. y 1
1 because it is powerful, easy to handle, with
convenient control and easy operating clutch.
(v because it has electric Auto-Lite starting and
lighting, vacuum fuel system, large tires non
skid rear, cantilever springs and 100-inch
wheelbase. ? Z
it is economical and backed
Comfort, Service and Prion
tifiW Four, Uoiel 60 Toril Car
VAI.I.FY HOmR COMPANY
power there is in a little atorago bat
tery. An "Eiido" 'battery weighing
CO lbs'., will give ono house power for
approximately 30 minutes. This is
enough power to raiso its own weight
to ft vertifinl height of nearly 6 miles,
This seems like power enough to start
thn car an unlimited number of times,
but to crank an autoanoMla engine a
buttery must dovolop mora than one
horflo power for a fow sonds c min
utes, as tho occasion demands, and
therotfoTO tho current that is taken
from the battory must bo put back in,
if witiHfa',tory operation is to bo ob
tained. No warning is given by the battery
when it is not being properly treated
it works cm mwomiplniningly, until
its lart ounce of strength is exliaust-
by Over-' '
ed. The complainiing is then done by
tho automobile owner when he find,
out how much of a repair bill he has to
pay on coiinit of his own neglect and
abuso of the battery.
It is to eliminate this abuse to the
battery that wo make free inspections)
of all makes of batteries at our "Ex
ido" Service station, as these tests
show whether tho battery is receiving
too mh or not enough charge, and
also act as a check on tho condition
of the bulaiico of tho electrical appa?
The attention a battory requires la
smiiU compared to tho work it does,
though very important and essential
to satisfactory operation.
JOURNAL WANT ADS SELL
219 N. COMMERCIAL
more to buy from us, 10
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