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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAY 2 J,
LOW PiliCED CARS NOT
CHEAPEST IS CLAIM
Gldsmohife Dealer Stales
h i ra
A MWim(i( Tariaj tartry-Dc9Jm
A powerful, swift, quiet, vibrationless,
solo mount with the sweetest running,
cleanest engine ever built into a motorcycle.
That's what those who
have ridden it say. You,
too, will experience a new
thrill and delight when you
try it. You will marvel at
its ease of handling and
splendid riding balance, due
to low center of gravity and
low saddle position.
A Few of itt
I 'nit pear plant
Of ! -v r..
than tha avaraf
DrWa chain an-
cation of molur,
atl plat clutch
runntnf lit oil
f itf iranamla.
Spiral iaf y-
lem of undar
f earinf .
Its smooth, glide-away ac
tion, its g?t-away, its pep
on the hills all are due to its
perfectly balanced opposed
We know you will say it
is the greatest achievement
in motorcycle engineering.
Co to the nearest Hurley-Davidson dealer and
sic for a demonstration. Then, and then only,
will you know whut the Hurley-Davidson
Sport Model really is.
Harley-Davidson Motor Co.i
These .bulletin are Nued weekly br j
the furt-at service an. I report the fish
ing condition fur stream in aud near !
;he national forets of Oregon and ;
Wa.ihiimton. Tbeoe reports are based '
an data famished bv the firld men. i
laying Creek Water i - still too
high and cold for good fivhiug. '
Bow Kitrer iud catches of trout ;
are reported at Dorena. Wildwood anil ,
Uiston. iieached bv auto toad bv star 1
of t'ottaiie Drove. Fih are taking spin-!
ner and brown hackle ft v. j
Sharp Creek A few fish are beina i
taken. The water is too kiub and cold '
for good fUliing. The stream is reached j
by auto and railroad by wav of t ut
North Umuqua Hirer (iood catches
of salmon are .beinj made at Winchc-1
ter. Benched ty auto by way of Kose
burjr. Fish are not biting above Hose-!
The di'veliiment of the Mitouiobilt'
industry and the attitude of the pur
rhnsinc publie toward the product has
iH-en nuuh reptition of other indus
tries that have grown from infancy in
i the history of the I nited states, ae
(cording to George Hvlvorsen, local Olds
! mobile agent.
j "In the early days t,f the industry,"
sum Mr. tialvorsen, "the popular car
iwith the American eop!p was the ear
I which was financially w ithin the reach
or those or moderate means and in
: those days the 'low price' ear sold for
n limit the figne that now buya what we
call 'high gn.de' machines. But that
.situation is now ehangiug and the buy
jiug public is fust coming to tiip realiza
! tiim that 'first cost' dues not determine
the 'price' of an automobile. The thou
sand dollar-car is usually more expensive
in the end than the machine scm. ir
two, or even three times tlir.t amount.
"Not only is the upkeep on the aver
age high price car fur less than on the
cheap ear, due to better workmanship
mid the use of higher grade materials in
manufacture, but its term of life is
much longer. Few owners ever wear
out a 'good' machine. They will tire of
it and dispose of it t(J get a later model
with added eouvenieivres, but they do
not 'junk it' unless they are forced to
"The life of the modern high prico
automobile is interesting in this respect,
when we stun to consider Hint nnW a i
few years tigo tw and three season, of ,,rm" " r'rt.l at various points on
ine stream, neacnou nv auto ronu or
East Umpqua Eirer No catches
have iieen reported. Water is too cold.
Rogue Elver iood catches of trout
are being made at (irnnts 1'ass mid vi-j
inity. Reached bv railroad and auto
by way of Grants Pass. Trout are tak- j
ing fly a little, tint better catches arc;
lieing made with small spinners. i
South Porb Santiam Eiver (iund 1
matches of trout are repotted at Cava j
lia and vicimtv. Reached, bv the il-
lumetto valiev and Cascade mountain I
wagon road lv war of Ixdianon. So far ,
catches are being made by bait fishing.
SeYOu MUe Creek flood catches of i
Mil iiWK; v
k J'p i
"i 1 1'
in,,,! ,, J, . iP e H H i li
' ' T-"-l-;ll.MU,'
I 'in. Hll"
t ill) i'tw
I'l II ,
SAY, youll have a streak of smokeluck thatH
put pep-in-your-smokemotor, all right, if youU
rir.g-in with a jimmy pipe or cigarette papers and
nail some Prince Albert for packings- "
Just between ourselves, you
wear usually ,iw the machine in flic
way of Klamuth 'alls.
wrap pile. Today we we high grade
cars sold new. used ,nut twn ni tlii-oo1
seasons bv the original purchaser, sold1 McKenzle Eiver (iood catches of!
then to the man who is seeking a second r''1 "i'1''" ,lr', "'"'"K "'l'l'rted oil all i
hand car and, after being used three ' l'ar,s ot ,Uo ,',a- Keached by auto j
or four yenra more, perlm-pa fonverre.i 1 or '- There arc
note uceoiiimodHtions at Hlue l(iver,l
Mclvetme and llelknup riprin;s.
ITS HERE NOW
COME AND SEE IT. THE NEW
HARRY W. SCOTT
Distributors For Harley-Davidson 'Motorcycles
and Bicycles .
147 S. Commercial St.
GODFREY DENTEL PASSES ON
tiinlfrev Alfred Deiitel died nt his
lioaie at Knst lluttevile Moiidnr. lit the
age of 71 years, i'unerul sonic n will be
Ui id Mtliiidiiy nflei iiooii hi o 'clin k nt
t'e f 1 1 n i ! v resiilei'!", iind biinul will
lake place r.t the llutteville ceii.etciy,
He has lived on the fiuiii where he died
Mr. I lent el wns u highly respected
mini, a u I citi.cn, mi excellent neigh
lor, mid his cominunitv sufl'eis a dls
tint I loss in Inn death, ilis t'umilv have
tile sincere sv-miiiithv of n!i uln, Itni.u
! him. Aurora Observer.
. CaprrlaM llll
bt R. J. H.fnolcui
into a truck. Bv that time it has prob
ably oulusted two or three cheap cars.
''Comfort and rcliiihilitv are two nth
er things tlmt the buver of toduv isj . HorM Creek (rood catches of red
looking for. Ho wants that comfort iill,'s Hn reported at various points
which comes from proper construction BmK ti-fm. Reached by auto or
throughout, as well r.n the mere exlerior ; ""K'" ' KtiReit
comfort of good uphlHter'nig. But first j "
of all he wunts the car tlint will take! Eale Creek (iood cat.hi'S of trout
him wherever he wants to en and bring llri' reported ulmve the Puneh.bowl,
him lmrk without his being the 'gom, j Hunched by i'olunilna river highway
for a lot of trouble and expense on the ,,l 'l"1'' Tr""
"The fact tlint the Oldsmobile meets' Tanner Creek (iood enlcheg of trout ! North Santiam
an nt tnese nemnnus ot the purchasiug " 1 x nirme ni ponns oeiow tup ; era Small catches of Dollvvarden are
public is, in mv opinion, the reason be-1 "'t"1" " ' oiuumhb river nign
hlnd the coiistnntlv griming populnritv j w,,y ur ruili oart by way of Bonneville.
of the Oldsmobile that and the excel-
leuce of Olilsinobilp service." I Fish, Clear and Big Lakes No re
liever will wise-up to high-spot-smoke-joy
until you can call a pipe
by its first name, then, to hit the
peak-of-pleasure you land square
on that two-fistei-man-tobacco,
Prince Albert I
Well, sir, youH be so all-fired
happy you'll want to get a photo
graph of yourself breezing up the
pike with your smokethrottle wide
open ! Talk about smoke-sport!
Quality makes Prince Albert so
appealing all along the smoke line.
Men who never before could
smoke a pipe and men who've
smoked pipes for years all testify
to the delight it hands out! P. A.
can't bite or parch! Both axe
cut out by our exclusive patented
Right now while the going's
good you get out your, old jimmy
pipe or the papers and land on
some P. A. for what ails your
particular smoke appetite I
Km toy fVt'nn Albnt rywhm tohaeca It telj. Tomv tJ k...
mtlaiiar 1 Ik-, .- f '"" immrmun rjoan
icco in aacA avrraci ranWilraa.
ports have been received from any of
these lakes which are still snow
reported near Detroit. Reached bv rail
road. Stream still high
Little Rlver-r-duoil entehe of sal-
, dishes, coffee, ice -cream, olives an!
mm trout are reported between (Hide 1
mm ne Minimi or a ui erceK. over ' u i, .,, .,, i. i. i i t a-
still hiirh ami cold for ,.,nii,i ,., I1,.', V.r , "e,1,'d f,,r " meiiL
I vtuatllMirn lmleiiendent.
J Tliere are three principal fioints t
i .be u ched in the lubrication of the
Ford cur the eraukense supply, of
Tho U-.,!.,.,.... i u n....: , .
.. ..wv.mhc uuu .iuiiiv V'Oiiiiiik ceie- . . ....
bration for Conmanv I will be h..l,l ! f'n,rMf; hl' '"V"Ml joint, and the dif-
i. .... . ,. . lerentiai geors.
the afternoon and evening of Thursdiiv.
jJuly 3rd. This will also be for all other
'returned aolitinra anrl iiijl..,. in tl...
h... muvia ,i, twui'
SITTING UP AND TAKING NOTICE
ttev. ,1. M. Burlier of Korest (iiove
will i lut t Hie s.-rvicea.
''he ilccciiscd is sulvivcd by ., m.
o, four daughtiTH and line sons. The
d'un'Mci-n lire Mrs. Andrew ( ii-sv of
IVMii.nd, Mrs. Chris leoler of Barlow.
Mif. Will ilcAion ol el'tei'sburg, Aliili-j
iu:m I Mrs. Charles Kmlclitf of Ksist '
Jl il leville. The sous are A. 11. Oenlnl, '
Kre. IVi t.l nn.l Viniaill I. lit, 1 1.11 of
I .t f!!t.-vi!!i.
(I mII'ii V A. I)i ute was li.itn ill Rax-i
d I.t tihttnv, llccciiiber 17, 114. i. He
enrtie to the I'nited States when 14
yi tvs old, with his parents who died
mii jit'tcr their nrriviil in Michigan. Be-1
retibci Sil, Isiio, ,p as married to Klin- 1
al.e.h llurj;y. Kinht rhililicn were Imrn j
t thrm. seven of who tire living, Mr.'
IViit.'l rr.iu.' t,i Portland Mi.rch 17. 1S77. 1
The car owner kIio is liuiidy with
I tools may find it profitable to replace
n Miinilier of grenw cups which liibrl
, ciile important- ihiIs of the meclimisiit
b no oil resertuir ith b ails lumiing
, to t !u't arimis i.urt-i. ,m h fur in
stance lis ,the thrust bearing or throw
out collar of the clinch, This oiler
should be constructed much like n me-lliain.-al
oiler with fontiuls for each
In cms where the headlights lire fns
Icued to Hie fenders, loo'cucss in these
latter results, ill cxcesiise vibration,!
which will account for rapid ruin of
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
After seven o'clock bargains at the Remnant Stoiv.
We will sell the following articles Wtween the hours
of 7 and 0 only
Men's :i."c sox 2."c
Eoj-3 Plain Suits SSc
Hope Muslin yd ....
White outing flannel
YSe Boys' hats 73c
Sl.JiQ Ladies night
Ladies' 7."c under
Crystal White soap
$3.00 silk underskirts
"6 inch percale 21c
40c sheeting 25c
$1 j0 French serge
at 7 o'clock, yd $1.00
Boys' overalls at
' -Jf-'.-V . A.tj:afc-wa... ;i,m)aii.H.ii.. jrt..A,. ......
; mmu 1 . i 1 1 mil J. " III . .
A:-"VK THE VALUE Oh A
S f jri&l pmcmn
'J'"l ' MM CANADA jU'C
Clutch s'imiin is ofton due to vxvesh
iiivn ;;,, : u aiL . i "
We want every soldier in tho . . ' ' " " iV'"? "r""1
....... Jllli. 111(1 IU I riMIIPI inipi TflltlTV malum-
caX a,,re o fTfS09?'," Pf tlw "-""eel and d, tel. eon. -easuin,
and request that he wear his urn- prevent the wmfing surface, from ea- '
w' ... , , tirely elcnrinjr each other. A iben
The eomnuttee in charge of the enter- clinch shaft ...iuht i .i.:
itainment aud supper desires that ali ble.
imay share ia the honor of show in? out:
rounir soldiers tne esteem in winch they ir,
are new ny tnis eominunity, tind will ;
lask from everyone contributions toward!
me supper, j $
From the country friends we will ask i
for 1311 aprinjr chickens and five KulliinS
of sweet cream ,and strawberries if not
nut of season.
Vrorn tlie town people, 30 eakes, suffi
rent snlnd, table linen, silvewnre ami
You expect the local mer- 4c
chants to take your produce.
Help them do it with your pat-
ronage auild up .Marion coun-
sjf$:J'- THZ IHSTRUMENT OF QUALITY
f - ' JB V - v aV . aV. Jk Jk.
J fl I E ,
'aeie A'um.' .Some nrirhhor, by heck!
Cartoon from Montreal Star,
lie remnant store
231 N. Commercial Street j
. r i -1 , - ,i ' if t . . . ...
! ' nai it imt marvrtiout Kan ail a, our nr.rt-ilocr neighbor and good friend, that it can rome into out
markets; war limrt or peace timet, aniibuy from mi at no other nation, population unit for unit, begint to do
I Self York Smn.
j One of Our Best Customers. lis a better purchaser in American; The balance In our favor on trade
Kew Americans realise how (rood a! n,,rkfts than the whole of South! with Canada in the seven montlia
'pa'ron of our markets is our north- j America. !" quarter of a million dollars,
!erti neighbor the Dominion of In January of this year Canada! or more than double the balance on
ttanada I boupht from us $rJi,7(Hl.u(H) worth of I trade with South America.
. think of Canada as vast irlfwwl. whil South America trailed Our Canadian neiehbora are a
jie:, nnd s!im in ptipuint ion. So far i w''h $;"j2,(HiO.OOO. j thrifty, propressive people, closely
vr ti.o mht i$ accurate enough, lint In the seven months of the fltcnl kin to ns in blood, in pint, in habit's
.deduct.im as to Canada's i mportn nee ! year ondins January, 1919. of which i of life. They are a poo:l people tt
in the commerce of the United States! a little more than four fell in war do business with. The friendship
will co far astrny if it is based on time and a little less than three in i cemented by eomraiieship in war
this incomplete conception. I the armistice period, Canada waa, should become a close alliance in
Much it said of encouraeinit trade billed by the United Stntes for the peace. It ia to our advantage for
relations with South America, and! vast luoi of $4iu'0.iH0 on com-j many reasons other than those ot
titirloubtcdly the opportunities for modifies purchased, while the whole trade to promote intercourse be.
businoM with the ltin countries' pf South America bought of u only tween the two countries. Topethet
promnje excellent returns from wisej 337,300,0(10 worth. In the same, we can shape the destiny of ire
(cultivation. period our exports to all Af rica wentern hemisphere for freedom cn I
' In the meantime it ia a fact that amounted to only $ 'H.()(H),m;0; to all democracy and the western hem -the
Dominion of Canada, with i Oceania. li23,(hk,0tHI; to ail Asia, ' phere will lead the world. Chi.aec
jpipulation one-third that of Brasil,' $475,0,Hi,(KH). i r veninjf Post.
With a tone as brilliant as the sparkle of gems
and as sweet as the Sabbath church bells' crimes,
and as true as the ring of a gong this is Sonora's
tone which was awarded the highest score at the
Panama-Pacific International Exposition.
4 "'''wlWlL i
415 Court St
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