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1 ah Daili v At I ai. JOURNAL SALEM. OREGON. SATURDAY. APRIL 12, 1919.
MO P1MS BREAK
Are Fordson Tractors Leading?
WILL SAVE BATTERIES
In order to give better service to our many cus
tomers, we have employed an expert generatortart
er, magneto and ignition repair man. We will test
your generator and tell you if your charging rate is
too low or too high without charge.
We have been prompted to d j this class of work,
that our customers may obtain the maximum life
from their batteries.
Degge & Burrell
418 Court St.
auk7 A U
Same Old Bill
SAME OLD TLACE
SAME GOOD WORK
SALEM VOLCAK WORKS
W. M. Hughes
474 Ferry St.
7. G JJslano Says L3tte Care Factories Pet 0a Speed To
Catch Up With (Men
Placed Daring War.
WfJ Save Motorists
"The motorist who will nsmine the
battery of fci ear regularly every week
and heed the following instruction will
continue to receive, satisfactory nryiee.
fro nihi battery day after day, aayi
1. U, Delano of Salem Automobile com
pany, local dealer ia Chevrolet passen
ger ear and trucks.
"Don't allow your storage battery to
stand in a, discharged condition tor any
length of time. Should the battery, for
any reason, become discharged, have it
fully charged at one at the nearest
g:utge or charging station. A battery,
when in a discharged condition, sul
phates rapidly, making charging ex
tremc'y hard and in time entirety de
stroying the elements.
"Don't allow dirt, water or any
pieces of metal to come in eontact with
or remain on the top of your battery.
Inspect regularly and keep clean.
"Don't continue to erauk yuur en
gine with the starting motor if it does
not start after a few revolutions. Some
thing is wrong with you ignition system
or earlHireeur. Locate and remouy the
Witfc the war over and te nation
fast coming back to it peace time ba
sis the automobile industry, like al
most every ether line of manufactur
ing endeavor, in once more turning
out itf productg for commercial con
sumptioa. And the automobile plants
are regaining their normal course more
rapidly than other line of industry,
perhaps, principally because the war
instead of diminishing has inereosed
the p-puJar demand for their product.
During the two years the United
State was involved in the war the au
tomobile eutput that went on the open
market was greatly curtailed and the
already established annual denuand for
business and pleasure cars was piling
up. Added to this was the g'eatly in
creasing demand due to the growing
popularity of the motor driven vehicle
as an adjunet to business.
When the war closed se far as re
strictions on the manufacture of auto
mobiles were concerned, the factories
of the country were facing back or
ders running into hundreds of thou
sands of cars. How they are ri-sing to
The Twin-Frame Motor Truck
f. o. b. Salem
Meets all the requirements of actual service.
Note the Nationally Standardized parts, used in
Panhard Trucks. j , I
:5 horse-power, valve-in-head motor 3 1-2x5;
Electric lights; Torbensen internal gear drive; Wil
lard storage battery; Fuller transmission; Hayes
wheels; Stronberg carburetor; Perfex radiator;
Stewart-Warner Vacuum system; Detroit Universal
joints; Fuller Multiple Disc Clutch; La vine Steering
Come and see this truck today.
J. E. Scott & Son
Distributors for Panhard-International and
147 S. Com'l. Street Phone 68
trouble before aguin cranking the en
gine. Just turning the engine over Willi,., .meriremv in,l fillinc Ihes ,1,.,-lc
not help you aart, but it will exhaust jord(,rg is ,hown in , comparison of
your battery if continued for any length, daily production figures for the months
of time. 1 0f January and February as follow
"uju't forget to turn "on' the igni-l car " " Jan. Feb.
tion switch betore attempting to aturt Buiek 10t
the motor. jBriscoe 30
j "Don't forget that you must restore j Barley
in the battery whatever current has Cadillac 55
beeu withdrawn for starting. It re-.Chalmers 30
quires about twenty times as long to '(handler
restore current to tho batterv as it 'Chevrolet X
takes to remove the same about in sturt- Columbia
ing the engine. I Dodge
' 'Don 't turn on all the lights of yeur j Port
car aud leave it standing for several Essci ......
hours. Conserve the battery supply byFrd
using only such lumps as are absolutely 'Oraut
needed to prevent accident. Harrou ..
Don t allow the battery to become I nuu"n
louse iu the brackets."
New Department Opers
I At Auto Electric Shop
i Degge and Burrell, of the Auto Elec
tric shop, have recently opened up a
new department for starting and light- i Patterson
ing Service, with A. Sehuinueher, expert Paige
starter and generator repairman, injReo
charge. Mr. Schumacher is a graduate lioamer ...
of a polytechnic Helton), besides having j "axon
extensive experience in this line of
The shop is now in a position to tuke
cure of ali makes of starters and gen
cm tors unci can overhaul them in a tirst
cluss manner. This department wus
opened in order that their customers
might oti t iii ri in a x i in ti m life from their
The Auto Electric Hhop is also well
equipped with a large stock of battery
purts and new batteries. In fact, the
stock of wirts is so complete thi;t any
type of battery can be completed re
Heripps Booth .......
Enlarge To Meet Increase
ON MARCH 22ND, SALEM PAPERS HAD NAMES OF
47 Fordson Tractor Owners
SUPPLIES FROM SALEM BRANCH
SINCE THAT DATE WE HAVE ADDED THE FOLLOWING:
OREGON STATE PENITENTIARY, SALEM, OREGON
S. E. WRIGHT, SALEM, OREGON.
W. H. EGAN & SONS, GERVAIS, OREGON.
S. S BROWNELL, SALEM, OREGON.
DR. IIELLWARTH, BETHEL, OREGON.
JAS. McGILCHRIST, SALEM, OREGON.
C. A. BEAR, TURNER, OREGON.
J. E. WHITEHEAD, TURNER, OREGON.
J. WITHYCOMBE, JR., SALEM, OREGON.
I. TOWER, (2) MARSHFIELD, OREGON.
ALLEN BROS, SILVERTON, OREGON
. E. FARLOW, JEFFERSON, OREGON.
ACKLEY & MILLER, TILLAMOOK, OREGON.
BRIDWELL & TILBURY, (6) McMINNVILLE, ORE.
McLEAN & CO, INDEPENDENCE, OREGON.
A. C. CRAWFORD, TOLEDO, OREGON.
LOVELL & CO, ASTORIA, OREGON.
69 CONTENTED FARMERS AND SATISFIED OWNERS.
WE STILL HAVE OTHERS TO DELIVER TOO, BESIDES SHIPMENTS
There Should Be No Doubt in Your Mind
as to Which Tractor You Should Buy
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF AMSCO TRACTOR
DRILLS, RODERICK LEAN DISCS.
260 High St.
Home of the Ford
237 State St.
Home of the Fordson
Offer Of Cash Prize Is Made
To School Children By
The Hurley-Davidson Motor company
of Milwaukee, announce that they will A. 0. Clark manager of the Asso
build immediately another largo addi- eiated Industrie of Oregon, has issued
tion to their factory. In order to speed the following letter to the school teach
up their production of motorcycles and ers of Oregon:
bicycles t0 tnko care of tho increased April 8, 1919.
demand for their product. To the- Educators of Oregon:
I The new building will be another iev-i To build up the payrolls of Oregon,
en-story building, adjoining the main to educate the public that prosperity
plant with a frontage of 130 feet on follows the distribution of the pay
the present Hurley -Duvidson sidetrack roll dollar, is the principal function of
of tho Chicago, Milwaukee & tit. 1'uul this organization,
railroad. I As one of those whose duty is to
i shape the Jhought of the coining gen-
expects to leave next week with liia ccition, you can be most helpful in
family for iSeamorc, Iowa, where they furthering the stute's employment
have been culled on account of the poor! May we have your co-operation with
health of Mrs. Hreediug'i mother. I the pupils and students of your school
j Kred Moisun arrived home last Wed- ,B7 placing belore tnem tne oner oi a
nesdny. He hi.d been at Camp Holubird . VtlK'
in Maryland for 10 months, where he I 'or ,he be,t u'Pn for 080 ln on
served in tho quartermaster department. on with the industries of Oregon,
ille was about readv to go overseas Hotfan not to exceed sn words,
when the armistice was signed. ' The pnie offered ii 2j.U0.
Kre.l ; Lmkino fin- .., v. i, 1 The Portland Ad Club is to be the
DEATH OF MBS. FRED NEWTON.
father and mother ta Hubbard, arriving
. . . , , 'hero ke bitter I'art of August, 18in,
Alter an illness of more than three , . , , . '
, . . , . ... when she was about three and one half
yearn, from tuberculosis, Mrs. I red ,,,,,, ,.
, ' years old. Ilnbbr.rd being hrr nomc the
itewtoii passed to the (ireat llevnnd at , . , . .
... . , ., remainder of her life. Mie became a
lie home of her parents, Mr. and Mis." , , , ,, . .
w ii i u- u i . . n.euiUer of the Christian rhurrk at
W. II. McKey, hunduy cveiinig at 7:10 ... .. ,,,.,.,.
... ,. , "oodburn on the 2nd of April, llttK), at
o'clock. lVata came with htCe notice .... , . 1 ' ' .
... , . , .. the youthful ace of nine vears, two and
aa up until tuu duvs before Mrs, New-, ... , . ' . , . .
... , ..... , half months, remaining a faithful
ton had experienced no difficulty from t.hri,nu ultU b,.r 8he wt,
tier heart, when seemingly withoul pain, iiiBrried to Fred .Nent.ui. Autrunt 111
abu passed on lifter asking her husband 11U. MKYuiK ... MIK:t.l(R K1
Is raise her head. Her fatbei- was also ISH. Hubbard Knt
with her at the time.
Funeral services were held at the' OEEVAIS NEWS.
flongregntioniil thurek Wednesday' .
morning at tea o'clock, conducted by! We are sorry t0 hear that W. J.
Kev. H. K. Long. Interment in Hubbard Clarke of I'ortlaud, formerly of tier
otmetery. vai, continues in pr health.
Bclativcs from out of town to attend Jim l.eith and wife and family spent
the funeral were ('. H. McKey aud Puaday with his parents in tiervais.
tiaiighli-r liladvs, Mrs. I.itie Haulton, This is the first time Mrs. Leith ht
'I of Portland, and Mrs. lieoige New- been out since her serious illness sey
ten of Ilillsboro. Ural mouths aim.
Kdna Leota JlcKey was born at' Mr. and Mrs. C.eo. Vogel went to
Pomeroy, Wash., February 8, is:!, liv Seattle the first of the week. Mr. Vog,
lag there until September 9, of the el expects to leave for Alaska sooa to
me year; then she moved with her look after his interests there, aud Mrs.,
lwrcnts, W. B. and C. 8. McKey, t Vogel will ,nd the umuier acre with
the Palouse eoimty in Eastern Wash- her mother. I
Sagton and Northwestern Idaho, living Kirhnrd Breeding has sold his farm.'
in Pullman, Wash., tnd Moscow, Maho, implement, livestock and household!
atU July 1W9, when she came with hcr,goods to a n.an from 1'lackams.a, aud
more ball play ing that he really wanted
wniie serving win i uete Mini, for as
won as his officers found out he could
play he was put in the team nnd luid to
practice so many hours each day, or be
assigned to other duties. He ranss as
an honorably discharged sergeant.
l.vmi Taylor, son of Mrs. U K. Sieg
mund, arrived here Monday after an
absence of 12 years, and his mother and
other relatives and friend were very
glad to we him. He has been a travel
ing aulckiuKM uioht of the tune for a !St.
Louis saddlery firm until wnr wns de
dared and then volunteered his ser
vices to I'ncle Ham, but was rejected
on account f having an index finger
missing from his lift hand. He then
went over to Canada and enlisted with
the Canadian troops without much cere
mouy, aud went with them to England
w here he was sii.ldlerv instructor in one
of tho regiments stationed nt Woolrich.
He was honorably discharged on April
3, It'll, and after a few day, visit ex
peets to resume his duties as a travel
ing salesman. Star.
Ira Earl Zehrnng, one of Pendleton's
first dmft men. has not ben heard from
nice his arrival in tiKranee in August.
Call a physician. lmmerlU c
tely begin "emergency fJ
YOUR BODYGUARD". iOf.oO'.HJC
judge and make the selection.
Note attached for information that
will be helpful.
Kules governing contest are enclosed.
It is hoped that you may take spec
ial interest in placing this before your
school so that as many as possible will
May we count on your co-operation f
Very trulv vmirs,
AJWOoi ATEI) "l N mTRI
A. U. Clark, Mgr.
Home Industry Subject For Discussion.
Payroll -Their significance to a
Payroll Money Who derives benef it I
Where does the money got
lmlusTries-Cna ing raw material
into finished uKoduct creates wealth,
most of which is represented in tin
Industries Every great state is
founded on its industrial strength.
Oregon 's Raw Materials The poten
tial possibilities of Oregon are un
limited in making it great industrial
center. Pntold water power undevel
oped. 2 3th of standing timber of the
I". S. to be worked up into all kinds
of wood products. Undeveloped coal;
fruit and berry canning; woolen mills;
paper mills; tereal mills, e'c.
What is the Housewife ' Part in Cre
ating Payrolls On' the average the
housewife influences or buys directly
Si) per cent of all the food products;
wearing apparel and household furnish
irgs of every home. She thrn, las the
lever wi:hin reach of her hand to make
Oregon a big industrial state.
Effect Of rayroil in a Mate Cre
ases mora homes, schools, libraries,
churches, content more people, keep
families nearer together, raises proper
ty values, reduces taxes.
Effect of Buying (hit of -State Pro
duets (hit of every dollar spent for a
product mad'1 outside Oregon, only the
dealers' profit s ays here, rot more
than 2oc. The remaining 75c goes and
stars away forever. When $1.'0 is
I spent for Oregon product, it till remains
iherc principal and profit.
Evils of Mail Order Buying The
home merchant pays tans that main
tain streets and roads, schools, churches
money is needed for chanhanafsdlu
land all public effort. The door of lo
cal merchants are always open when
i money is needed for charity or any
I community work. The eastern mail or
jder house docs nothing but drain the
.city and state of wealth.
How can Each Help! Every woman
! should demand OTegon products from
i her dealer, insist that he carry them
i in stock. Influence the inconsiderate
consumer to do likewise.
Is Your Home, or Your Husbana's
Business r Salary Influened by Pay
roll Money! So Jierson, school teach
er, professional or business man, far
mer or clerk, but who depends direct
ly or indirectly oa ''industry" either in
your own city or larger ones in the
state. Larger cities depend upon small
rr ones for many things, the latter
produce farm, dairy and other items
and the more people in cities creates
Rules Governing Slogan Contest
-Aicifcted Industries cf Oregon.
Contrst closes May 1st.
Megan not to exceed ix words.
Each arhool to submit at one time
all the sb'gaus for vhat school.
Hut each rontentant's name, address
and school to appear on individual slo
gans. Portland Ad Club's committee to be
the judges and" make awsrd.
The sum cf Twenty-five dollars
(23.0H) to be fiven to the individual
submitting the accepted slogan. i
More than one slogan may be of
fered by the same person.
A Id res n'l e mntunicat:ons to the
Assccita Industries of Oregon
6"7 Oregon Building.
The Jonrnal classified U ar
great favorite with people wa
da thing Try one
Is completed. Opening date, Tuesday, April, 15th.
lnis place will feature tires and storage. The only
real good place in town to store your car where you
can have the proper service rendered and a good
concrete floor to stand on.
The storage capacity is only about 160 cars so
arrange now for your car.
Gasoline and tires on sale now.
C. A, Campbel
2.):-Z)d S. Com! St.
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CAPITAL JOURNAL WANT ADS BRING YOU RESULTS.