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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON", FRIDAY. MAY 16. 1919.
JERSEY CATTLE CLUB
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American Automobile Co.
Has Secured the Agency for
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Which Is Equipped as follows:
MOTOR Continental Motor Bore,, ?, 3-4 inches. Stroke, 5 inches. Three-bearing
HADIATOR Commerce type and design. Finned cast tanks and removable
core. Unusual water capacity. Large filler opening.
TRANSMISSION Extra heavy truck type: 6-8 pitch. Gears, 7-8 inch face.
Shafts mounted on ball bearings throughout.
CLUTCH Cone type, 14 inches in diameter. Very simple and efficient.
FINAL DRIVE Power is transmitted by a tubular propeller shaft of nickel
steel, which is provided with two Spicer universal joints to the Torben-
sen internal gear-driven rear axle. This axle is so designed that the
load is carried entirely upon a massive axle of I-beam section, the power
being transmitted through live shafts and internal gears. The axle is
fitted with adjustable roller bearings. Ratio, 7 to 1.
FRONT AXLE Truck type, I-beam. Roller bearings.
SPRINGS Detroit steel products. Guaranteed against settling or breaking.
Silico Manganese. Front, :'.Gx2 1-4 inches. Rear OOx: inches. All bronze
SPEED Governor Pierce Automatic governs vehicle speed. Maximum
speed, 20 M. P. H.
STARTING and Lighting System, Ignition Dixie Magneto Ignition. Bijur
electric generator and starting motor. Willard six-volt, eighty-ampere
battery. All wires in armored cables. System specially designed for us.
TIRES Solid Front, :4x:5 inches; rear, ,'Mx4 inches. Pneumatic (Firestone
including exrta rim and tire pump) Front, :4x4 1-2 inches; rear, :!5x5
inches; extra cost. Pneumatic (Firestone including extra Rim and Tire
Pump) Front and solid rear, extra cost.
GASOLINE SUPPLY-Round welded steel tank. Capacity 15 gallons. Stew
art vacuum feed on dash.
CARBURETOR Zenith, Model 0-1. Hot air pipe.
BRAKES Service brakes, external contracting or rear wheel drums, 1G
inches diameter by 21-2-inch face. Emergency brakes, internal expand
ing, 15 1-2 inches diameter by 2-inch face.
WHEEL BASE 12(5 inches. 56-inch tread.
STEERING GEAR Worm and split nut. Steering wheel, 18 inches diameter.
EQUIPMKNTWindshield, horn, tools, bumper, two headlights with dimmer
lamps. Spot light and tail light, front fenders, aluminum bound lin
oleum covered running boards and driver's seat.
COLOR Chassis are painted orange with black striping. Bodies, Commerce
dark green. No allowance where chassis furnished is primer coat.
BOXING FOR EXPORT-4 feet 2 inches by 5 feet 10 inches by 15 feet 10
inches. Net weight, 15,100 pounds; gross weight, 4,500 pounds.
CALL AT 197 SOUTH COMMERCIAL STREET AND SEE THIS TRUCK.
American Automobile Co.
Eighty Members Of Organiza
tion To Be Here Next J
over foot-ills, aches and pains. Freedom from all
discomfort true arch support no "hardware"
No shoe provides the stvle and comfort like
No "breaking-in" and delightfully easy on the feet
Every woman should have a pair come in
and try on your size.
Our price to introduce this shoe is onlv $9.90.
! Next Wednesday evening. May CI.
'.-bout SO members of the Oregon Jersey
'attic club will visit Salem, arriving in
ihc city at 7 o'clock in the evening and
! passing the night here.
I After dinner at the Marion they will
svend the evening in riding about the
city and will later be formally reeeived
! at the Commercial elub where'luneaeon
will be served. The next day the club
I will drive to Monmouth.
I Members of the Oregon Jersey Cuttle
I club are holding a jubilee, celebrating
jtho record that has been made by Jer
sey enttle bred in the Willamette valley.
r'or be it known, Marion county stands
at the head of the list not only in Ore
!gon but in the entire world when it
comes to champion Jersey cows.
The lutest event in this line is the!
i pheuominnl record made by Vive In)
France," the champion cow of the!
world, and by "Old Man's Darling II,"
both owned by I'ickard Bros, of Mar
ion. 1 Those participating in the jubilee will
meet in Portland next Monday evening
at the Imperial hotel. Tuesday a trip
I will be made over the Columbia high
way. In the afternoon a visit will be
made to rSenpppoose to visit the faim of
; Wednesday morning the party in
( about 40 machines will start for Oswego
I to visit the Iron Mine farm. v;e uti
stop will be nt Cary's Jersey stock
farm near Cm Iton,'-in Yamhill county.
jThe party will then go to the fs.im of
: Frauy Lynn near I'errydale. Then to
the farm of .McArtliiir & Ktauff, near
liickroall. They will also visit the farm
j of Wtliaui Morrow near Kickreall, nr
i riving in Salem about 7 o'clock Wed ties
! day evening.
Thursday morning the jubilee party
will drive to the farms of .1. It. Stamp
Jfc Sou and ulsj I.iiglmry & Mawitt, near
I Monmouth. Later the herd of the ,.
A. C. will be visited. In Albany the
party will be guests of Kobeil L. Knik
hurt, Secretary of the cluh.
Other farms to be visited include 'sko it a j-entle soothing warmth fills pl'nicntary things About the United
the following;: Henry Ktewnrt, near!"1" system. It's a pleasure to take ! I!U'9 (,'eneral ami the Hed tros.
Albany; J. M. Dickson & Son, near i Nnllistor 's Rocky Mountain Tea. i Ils unpatriotic remarks were reported
Khedd; I'ickard Bros., nenr Marii md Helps purify the Wood, drives out tho''0 ,ho pul'ee. An officer found him
Frank Doerflers. nonr Rilvertoti. gnm of winter, gets you hustling, ! R'"l took him to the station, lie was
Tea or m1"" ki-" '"t oi g""i uuvice unu
j later Charlie Maxwell expounded the
: ! spel of good behavior, telling the
Li - am ii i i "ii 1 1 -1 r mr -
HOME OF QUALITY"
Navy Deparbaent Ordes
"Gobs" From Sea Duty
nre today transfeninj many to sen duty
to replace the men onw nt sen who nre
entitled to discharge.
A negro with sort of a mean look on
Vallejo, Cnl., M:-.y Hi. Jack Tar who;'1' f"'e, "ml llri'ssi(1 '" tU( ""iform of
remained on shore duty during the war " 'lii'r with au overseas hat, nppcar
is to "shove off" son and ship on the at tll 1'1' ('r lss "ff'f this morn
navy vessels, while the 'gob," spend- a,ul 'leinandi'd money. He was told
ing war dnvs on the brinv, is to "hit ! 1,10 ( ross awi-'ted soldiers in
the beach." Pacific coast navy varus : fl"(ll" w,)rli' ,,,nt i( ""t ive
" money. Later when standing on a
You feel different the minute you : ,,r,et corner, he said a lot of uruom-
sojdier just about where to head in on
full of life and energy, 35c,
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS !Tttbu,ts" D- J- Fr?-
A' Nutritious Diet for All Ar.es.
Quick' Lunch; Home or Office
OTHEFS I,, IMITATIONS t
There waa a livoly ball gam lat
niglit between Mathews "Bearcats"
of .Willamette and the Salem hl(h.
h"ol team, in which the former won
out with a Heore of fi to 4. Knlem took
the lead in the fourth inuring with the
wu'o sKnidin 4 to 'A, ibut with Find
ley and McKittrick on third and ace-
Help Your Digestion
When acid-distfeaned, rellfy ths
Dissolve asil crt tongue as
pleasant la Uke a randy. Keep
M your stomaclt swevt, Uj HI molds
j maoc mr scorr bownc
m MAKka of acoTT's cwui ioh
ond, Doney laid down a ierfeet bunt,
scoria j both men. Then Honey ecored
on a hit by Dimmick, making the score
tl to 4. Olse-ii and Busier made up the
battery for Wiltmotto in the fore
part of the. game, but later wore re
placed by 1 i in in it k and l'owei . Kinlicr
pitihed a nice (fame for the high
school. Tx) guinea are scheduled for
the "HearVata'' with the Multnomah
elub team, one to ile plaved on May
! :(( li on the local field, and the other
on June 3d, in l'ortliind. Ahother
game will be played with he high
school on Hweelland field tomorrow tif
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
STUDENT BODY ELECfS
I Kngene, (r. lny lt.-Htnnford An
iderwm, a iiinior i'rom Fori land, was
chosen president of the I uiversity of
Oregon student hoity tor n xt year
in the annual election held yesterday
iifteruoon. His only opponent was
Herman i.ind, who drew a vole of l-V
To the Public:
THE CAPITAL HARDWARE & FURNITURE CO.
Successor to J. A. Patterson
Are going to keep a good line of hardware and
We are also in the market for your Second Hand
Furniture, Stoves and Carpets. If you have any
thing to'sell, Call us first, as we are paying a fair
price for everything.
Phone 917 2S." X. Commercial St.
out of 1100 votes. The new president
is a football letter man, a memlier of
Kapp:i -Sigma fraternity and Aldia
Kapn I'M, the national commerce fra
trrnity. Uo entered nchool at mid
year on being discharged from the
army. Undsny Me-Arthur of Baker
was elected vice president; Kra Uod
frey of Lebanon was the girl elected
to the secretaryship. Mill Abbott f
Ashland was elected editor of the
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Tomorrow is your Last Chance to take
advantage of these prices.
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, neguiar ..u.uu yxi lapestry Brussels Kugs in Tans and Green,
sPecia1' only $21.95
l'A AA ft rt ITTMi TT 1 i
ipiou.uu vxii. vvmon veivei, now S1 10 80
$9,100 9x12 Wilton Velvet, now '. jjj'qq
$65.00 9x12 Body Brussels, now ; jy
$52,50 9x12 Axminster, now $3980
$40.00 9x12 Tapestry. Brussels, now cot oq
H X $:'0- 9x12 Tapestry Brussels, now Ml Q".
: - lit 1 10 K( 0..1A T t)., i.
1 ipxi'.iA caav iv.ig IwUg 1 r or
$17.50 9x12 Grass Rug now no aa
iiLasfcl $14.50 SxlO Grass Rug, now j j Q
Trade in your used goods
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iHUY IN SALEM ALWAYS