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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1919.
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jQere's wlierGLLendiyJbailcxy troubles -
Why not say that to yourself -ay it today? Many a motorist before you has laid
the bugaboo of starting and lighting doubt and distrust forever by simply calling at
our "jxft)C" Station and getting the real "hard pan" story of the
and "ExiCC Service. The "Exi8C" Battery is the.
battery with thirty-one years of exclusive storage bat
tery building experience insuring the "rightness" of its
' every detail. Every feature of it is practical designed
by practical men from practical knowledge, and tested
out in practical work.
Let us show you the "ExiOC" Battery. Examine it
carefully. See how sturdily it is made. Learn just
what each part is and why it is there. The "Jti6e"
is sold not on flashy selling points, out
on real "reason-why, open-eyed" facts. If
you are convinced that it looks good,
put it in your car and prove the soundness of your
"ExiCe" Service standi back of every "EXlOe" Battery.
"EXiOC" Service is considerably more than the mere sticking
of a hydrometer syringe into the electrolyte. "EXlDe" Serv
ice is based on the big, broad principle of "solving the custo
mer's individual battery problems." "EXtOC" Service enables
you to get exactly the battery best suited to your particular
needs; it provides for the kind of attention that will keep that
battery "on its job" season in and season out. "ExlDt"
Service knows no exception; it includes the repairing, recharg
ing and testing of all makes of starting batteries. Come ia and
talk it over.
VfjrHf kl Mil, y TU Intrrnattimtl Syndicate.
CalliEj In The "Specialist"
"Im A MHil Of CuMKlor Tsert It Safety"
&sS whro it
R. D. Barton, 171 So.ComniercialSk
"&toe" EpS. Battery DUSIUBUTOS .
Via Lois Gimms returned hum Mon
day siter month visit at' Scotts
Wills with friend's.
Last JVuUjr morning, June 13, at
the Hubbard hospital, a boy was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Ilarnr Hiekent, of
K. a Wolf nr this week bought the M.
8. Shroek plaeo lrcatscl in tha north
fart of town. Mr. Wolfcr will take po
eawioit in the near future.
Ivan Grim came home Monday to
spend his vacation from the postal mail
ervice. Mrs. Clyde Stohl, his sitter,
accompanied him from rout land.
Miss Uertrude Chamberlin, who wont
to Tacoma month agof has good
position as assistant cashier in s lurge
L. M. Scholi and family motored to
Portland Sunday and on the return
trip were accompanied by Misses Le
noro Walker and Vesta Scholl, who had
spent a few days ithere.
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Boyle aud baby
daughter from Tacoma, are pen ding
now occupied by Ura, . Bradford and
Mrs. tNora Kauffman and daughters,
Mrs. Clarence Johnson and Mias Ben
Kauffman, attended the Hfcelnd-He
derson wedding last Sunday, Mra
Kauffman going Friday and returned
with her daughters Sunday.
Jay Ooyle returned home from east
ern Oregon Wednesday of last waek.
I How Quality Is Safeguarded
t Crolide Compound Casing is a duplicate of the orig
t inal model invented byH- J. Stokes an exact dupli-
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t cate, in every aeiau 01 wuiruniui&mp, m quau vi
T ' i l
The thousandth tire, or the hundred thousandth
will match down to the smallest degree the first.
How important such absolute uniformity is, ev
ery motorist knows. It means dependability, and de
pendability is the biggest word in motoring.
TESTS AT EVERY TURN
Dozens of different laboratory and shop tests
insure perfect duplication.
Every incoming shipment of raw rubber is ana
lyzed in many differt ways, and every pound of it
that doesn't meet these tests is diverted to other
The fabric is tested and inspected with equal
severity. Inch by inch experts examine it not only
by eye for apparent imperfections, but with machines
for possible hidden weaknesses.
And during every step in the making the tire is
inspected by experts. No flaw in workmanship can
Roadsters too, are made constantly, and they
are the tests that tell. On cars of every type, over
roads of every kind, in every condition of weather
and climate, the tire is brutally "put through the
Two years of such tests were made over many
of the country's worst highways before the new tire
was introduced to the general motoring public.
We know what this tire will do.
j. B. Hileman
.!. .!, tk ,;. M n,,,l COTUllKMlt n Will I1HVB to StUV SWSV
Mr. E. O. Chamberlin. This U Mr. Ifm ' dufrty countries a it brings
Boyle's first trip to this part of the n attack of irritation of the lungs
statu and he is favorably impressed. previously caused by gas in trance.
S. C Yoder recently sold hi place I AJttm Minhler was taken to a Tort
east of Hubbard to Mr. Peck of Can- 'lani1 hospital, Wedneedny, for an X-ray
bv. Mr. and Mrs. Yoder have bought I examination, to determine if powiWo
t in (Inn. (w insrn nronertv in Hubbard "' "' Jr ' !:. cuicu
his return from Idaho several w
ago, ho has been failing steadily.
i'hiUip Ott, who has been interested
the confectionary since purchased
veral months ajo took formal pos
session Mxnday. U. I). Trmidt and fam
ily, who took care of the business mov
ed to tliuir farm east of town WedneB
diiy. Alfred Apps and his mother, Mrs.
Ism lie A7ps, returned !to Moose,jaw,
Sakntehewan, Wednesday, after spend
ing the past week with Mr. and Mrs.
V. V. Jiiiipnickel. They liked the eli
mate and country so wIl it is very
likely they will locate here later.
Tie siiallest nttemlanc at an an
nual school meeting fos several years
was present when J. V. -Moomaw, chair
man of the b"nrd. called the mefling
to order last Mondsy nfternoon. Kiev
en voters of the district were present.
One director to serve three ycara and
a clerk to serve one year were eject
ed. J. C. Moomaw's rame was the first
to be presented to the meeting, where
upon that gentleman gave several ri.
sons which seemed to him good reasons
why he should not be reelected on tha
board he had served two full terms
as member of the boad and thought he
had givew service and time enough for
one individual in that capacity but
he received the vt nt the meeting and
will serve. E. 8. Miller was reelected
clerk of the board. Knterprise.
I HEN SOMETHING CREAKS OR WEARS OUT It ts usually a
i-rfectly straightforward pmiMjotilua to obtain a new oa and
put In, but when tlits engine develops as elusive "skip.'
it suddenly or gradually loses pownr Id an ubucuro way.
wut-n the radiator develops an inexplicable tendency to bolt, or when til.
battery, for no apparent cause, refuses to keep charged, the situation is
dilterent. Obviously there Is a causa (or causes) tor each such baliling
trouble, but to determine what It Is, may ottea be beyond the diagnostic
powers of the motorist concerned and expert advice is sought. Nu one
can estimate the huge sums of money, which car owners have kquandert-d
lor labor and material, consumed in following out treatments based upon
faise diagnoses, and the suggestions here given are intended to protect
motorists from losses of this kind: When trouble due to an obscure
cause develops, consult the best qualified expert available, obtain his
opinion and pay bim bis fee, but do not act upon his advice at once, but, on
the contrary, obtain the opinion of another Qualified man. It these two
"doctors disagree," try a third expt'i't and keep on with this informal
"consultation." until you obtain the same diagnosis and recommended
treatment from more than one. Il la good economy to pey for all this
advice rather than to obtain the opinion of one man free and allow
him to da. the work suggested as necessary (but perhaps not required at
alii, at his own shoti. (Jive the experts you consult plenty of time to
look your car over and to think over the "symptoms." Avoid the expert
who has any panacea to sell, for he may be unconsciously biased. If he
Is a carburetor agent, he will most likely prescribe a "new one" when the
trouble is really in the breaker box. Should he happen to U a piston
ring merchant, he may. In perfect good faith,, recommend a full set of this
"jewelry" when. In reality, new exhaust valve springs are needed. If the
recommended treatment is of an expensive kind, don't becin upon It until
two or tlnaii experts agree that It Is what Is required. The-advice of a
fellow motorist or a neighbor's chmiiTeur, who has driven cars beloro the
average garage "expert" reached the voting age,' may often be worth aa
much as that of a professional. Certainly It is worth something.
CAR "LAY S DOWN" ON IP
. writes: I hive a IMS car
which "falls down" on speed, when
going up the Iwist Incline. Tha on
Cine Is likely to stall whenever the
car is stuppad or slowed down. Huve
had valve ground and timed. Whut
Is ilio n.iiu.e of this trouble?
ilnually fill' up with carbon so hut
the engine misses lo such nn exietil
that 1 can get but 10 or M miles per
gallon? I havo hud now Kord r.ngs
pui in. Would it be of any uR la
try rings of anothi-r make? Igmtiun
cnia good, but would some other
than the standard Ford type give bet
Amiwt-r: If the plugs enrbonixe
from oil. the plRton rings ore still at
fault. Properly fitting ForJ ring
ought to mukrt the plslonv light, but
poaslbly patent rintrs inlgftt prove
better. If the carbon upon the plufs
Is gasoline soot. It denote that these
two cylinders receive too rich a mix.
ture. which Is moit likely because the
Intake manifold runs too cold to vup
orise the fuel properly. A heated
manifold and a closer adjustment of
the carburetor might coriect this.
A high-tension magneto or a modurn
battery system would Improve your
ignition results. If g is ranldiy leaks
Aaaumlng that yeur Ignt-
n Is all rtffct this looks Ilk a case
f ) mixture, which Is almost
spasU rswlt la very low power and
aessartsln. Mots operation at low
SHOaV Tea batter havs the rar-
amass r.aVJiutd to fsed a little
MrkM In proportlsa to air.
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writ mt agalav We suggest
ya Wes no mar, werk done
atsjsg) Ike m eatil yeu have tried the
tlieee auagestUa, fr such alterations
m efails7 valve en sew car like
iHat a49 csbSHIobs such as you
dssapwka, are tueful enly tha ones
wasi Its rlaJlna. .
lout of these cylinder, when they ar
CINE MJSSKS FHOM CAR. cranked through their compression
BONIZr.D PI.VUS strokes, It Is evident that the rings
h. W. P. aks: Why do-the two still tit so Imperfoctly that an escape
freat spark-plugs of my Ford eon-1 of oil past them Is to be expected
QutiHont of perol Mtrett to motortsfa teifl 6 antwrrei in Kit
column, spacs permttfitigr. Addren Albert L. Clouyh. car of (All !;
Z jhe Swansons: Mother and Daughter
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M&& B. 0. WRIGHT
Mr. R. C. Wright, one of the earli
est of Oregon pioneers, pamrd away at
i her home ia thi eity Friday, June 13,
jav the advanced aee of 77 years. Mrs.
I Wright had been ill for several months
from ailments attendant upon old age.
iHhe was a woman who had withstood
I the rigors of pioneer days bravely and
jwag the mother of eleven children, rihe
had been a member of the Christian
jfhurch since a girl of fifteen.
Deceased was born in l ike county,
Illinois, January 7, 1H42. When but a
! child of six year her parents crossed
the plains to Oregon and her father
Isaac W. Turker took iD. L.C which
lis now the Marion Palmer acres. The
1 I family moved to Aumsville where they
.lived for several years. Mrs. Wright
2 I was married at Aumsville and return
e'ed to Milverton and until ten years ago
l!livel on a ranch near this city, when
Z isho came to Silverton to live. Surviving
e.her are the fillowing ehiliken; B. f.
2 1 Wright, fackamss; Pranees 8ettfe-
jmier, Weodlawn, Wa.; Oliver K. Wright
T Oregon City; Arrhie Wrijjht, rJilverton;
1 'Mrs. Eva "Most, Sants frnr, Calif.;
4! Joseph J. Wright, Caldwell, Idaho;
f ilVd W, Wright and Mrs. Inna No-
rene of Portland. Appeal.
Phone 737 291 N. Commercial St
'Salens a Good Place to Trad'
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U)RIA SWAN'SON naed to appear In the old Keystone Comedies
cwtHrd pie ahe had plastered over her bouutlful face Is still
being computed by expert a Ttien souiolxxly hhw thul, besides
being t beautiful "woman, lilorla had kwn senw of screen
fechnlqne and rest her for a KfralKht part And now (die plays Imdlng
lady for the Cecil B. I)e Utile Artcraft proiluctlons. Her mother visited
her at the gtudlo shortly before Hhe began work on Tor Better, For
Worse," ber lau-st picture. It's bard to tell whether mother la prouder
of Gloria than Gloria la of mother.
Sunday and Monday at the Oregon
"Sure! lis A
Dad Scqs It's America's
Dad knew what he was talking about
when he said that. And every Amer
ican boy who owns a Harley-Davidson
bike knows it, too. He's mighty proud
to own America's finest The
is built to the measure of the American
Boy. It's sturdy just the bike to
stand hard, slam-bang, every day use
just the companion you want al
Bring dad with you to see the 1919 models.
Harley-Davidson Bicycles And Motorcycles
147 S. Coml. Street Phone 68
bf a car is the top. The ob
ject of a top is to keep ofr
the sun, the wind, the rain
or the snow. In addition it
should go up easily and
quickly in the emergency;
and when it is up or dowiv
should give an added touch
of beauty to the car. We
make tops that fulfill alf
W. C WRIGHT
171 High Street
IfYoa Caa't Eaj It h Salcn You Dort Heed II
The Battery Shop
Some of the well known products we represent
Western Electric Farm Lighting and Tower
Philadelphia Storage Battery;
Gould Storage Battery.
Sumpter Low Tension Magneto;
Apelco Starting and Lighting System for the
Magneto and Generator For Motorcycles.
All kinds of electrical repairing for the Automo
bile or anything electrical-
The Battery Shop
2G.1 N. Commercial St. Phone 413
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AND SKILL. WE TAKE THE TIME AND t
POSSESS "HIE SKILL TO MAKE EVERY JOB I
A SATISFACTORY ONE. OUR BEST ADVER- t
TISEMEJiT IS THE FIRST CLASS WORK WE t
Monty's Tire Shop I
157 South Commercial St. PHONE 423