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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1919)
(Continued from page nine.)
.wk on the lines tit the present hour
'i tie npct side route is well paved from
I'nrtliind tn Ncwbcrg; between .iw
berg and Onvton construetim, work is i t , . . . . . ,
. f ... . . . A circular issued bv the inseburg
filler wnv, n ssitnling one dctoiti .
tor tourist-: from Ihivton to Amliv Ist1".'! """' ' ''''I "Mer the
f uood gravelled road; the stretch from ''piestinus eoiitaineil inthe many letlers
Amity to Holmes Cap, now a guild ,e.uiiiiig lo this office ill ri-giud to the
' 1 ' " 1,'"!l1' KJ loos t,,v wagon road grant,
ins ntilnii the next two neel.i.; tiiiiu: ., . ' ...
Ilulu.es t.tip to b'.ekr I there is a ' '"' ,i""Ih 1,1 """ lu,lt ,'x,",,1 1,1
f-.iii gravelled mad; the slreteli J'r.nn lelt of lib., ill 1'.' miles wifte, running
Kuki-enll tn Independence the road i, "el I mm os buig. nu-1 me in Iniuglna
lif.w tfder const rnetii.it mid sligMlv .w"l ' "" eniinties. Th. ' ituids are now
n' grr. d. For a diHniice. uf ! mdes - eluilied m the files with view
nil of Monroe also Hurl, ii under opening in Home tuiiiie date, liegu
way, end Innii .Montne In .liiintioh 'nlions to be issued Inter.
I'.tv g!nd;n. is betiio; done. ' Lands found to hnie h-ss tlinn ilml,-
Itoada Torn Up ' f-et . f tin, In r lo tl.. to aocs ate
'in tlie enst iid route lie'ic is ;i '.'li e'llssiticd us fin.-iill ninl. When open-
I i!c Kt'et. h of paving t'n"ii I'm : l;t ; . ' ' Hiy these i called iign.'ultnrn!
t. iimIhj between ii'i!.V and Aucia lands mii-l be entered under the geti
ifiere is n graved) d rend in fair cnie 1 '"r"' proM-inns of the Immeslead lms.
.lit i ii, while between Aurora and S:i- mi.dit'ie.l In the special a. t reiest-
beu p . i ri g is iin-ief win at two point-.,
e.-Jtutina deUii'ts. Fn la Siile'it to
on t.'lie, but niiti.isu a 'c advi-ed to
ii..:....! to T cr and !.. From del'
f'i-ot! to Albany the n.a.l is urue .o
Inlll lip for pa illg, w!:tt' m'II'i.
fi'cn AH'Iimv to .1 n n . t ioti t' ti tli. ie is
f .""1 going o.er gtnvc!. . m id.
fs to the road smith from .luiii'timi
Ms, thei.' is n inn. 'I'd liii;liv,av the
K i-a'ei pint of the di-tun.'.. to Ku,p ne,
t i ' iU ,(.!,( Ho ' have t,.'. i' ii l f.o
f a in i. Ili'tneen Fn ne and th,. ('nl
if irnia line .'onstrurtiou i umb r wav
in ".Ht; y points niul iiuel U ri:lf'e.ilt.
Vy t".r of ... i'.i..' Vf. K'; :n ill;
t.'ales tiinl mill misvcI f.n.1 ii'M.'s
I I'" t'l" i nllle line b. Ui II 1
I. d t .'!.., i i: in nij . ,, i',,i,p
W ' ('( tj'llel. H V t!o I i,f
11 ' . I ..-f Jminli. rf. of i 's;.'lil I i
W'il be shnlvi'ti off. jM.mg ih th
lot lick't the Original
Malted Milk Avoid
ti.iitalions & Substitutes
Built for Service
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We are now in our new location, the
4 14 Ferry Street
Your Truck for Your Work
No matter what your business is, here is the
OltUmobile Economy Truck ready with POWER
to deliver, STRENGTH to withstand, SPEED and
real SAVING in operation and upkeep cost.
Compare these points of value: Oldsmobile-Tor-benson
Internal Gear Drive; Electric Starting, Light
ing, Ignition; Powerful, four-cylinder, valve-in-head
. motor; deep channel-section frame; :J5x5 Goodyear
Cord Tires, front and rear.
Compare These Prices: With Steel Cab and Sills,
ready for mounting stake, stock rack, grain dump
or box body $1513
With handsome express body, strongly ironed and
braced, ready for action $1600
(f. o. b. Salem)
Oldsmobile Co. of Oregon
(lie s:ales that it will bit possible to
! travel from I'm i In ml to -Tillamook over
a good graveled mud in the dead of
-.'Coos Bay Military
Wagoa Read Grant
ne; the lan.K niol in addition entry-
l"v ' 11 llf -" l''r
p. r aric in i inte hi pr
Land, which lire found to have ;t.iH,0uti
let or nmie ot timber to the til n.-ics
lile I'h.-s fi.il ns tiinl.,'.- Pmi, Is S'l.-ti I
lauds will not be one I t,. ei.uv il !
th- Ibuber th.r.'o,, has I., en .i.PI bv I
the ir..vi'1'iiiueiit and removed by the!1"1""111"" a;;0'i road, via Sisters or
t. I. .. I .. :li ,i ... .
nlr iiniler tli
liouo'i, a. I laws,
shuuiiii: the lo.'a
.-tolllt 10--, but I'll"
t leu iif ill
' 1,'Uols I"
ish township plnlstit the rite of ;
pint. Sin h plats will -how the lo-'
.,',. n ...t Btr!t in !!-' town
Imi., I.-. w.-ll Hs nil bl.i'tv suhi.'.'l fo '
lit the .bile of inuiiiu, t lull u t'or '
p :Ms 'lioill'l III' 111'' nlhp'tOH-li p- p,'S'
..ft.ee nion. v cr.l.-r pnyalde jo I;. A.
Tomer, cePiVer, and should clenrly
"t.-ite the i-orre.f nitinb.'r of tlie town
ship imd ran".e desired.
Sj'ol.iine ' ratio nf iucnasyi! co-t of
living for the pat year is lovier than
in anc other hvuliiv in Washington,
n.'.-.o.lii.g to the annual survey just
BEST IN THE LONG RUN
-for sale by
riSHINO INFORMATION FOB
These bulletins are issued weekly by
I lie Forest Hervice, and report tin) fish
ing conditions fur stream in or near the
National Fords of Oregon nnd Vasli
iugtiiu. Only streams near nhicil field
mill in the Forest Service am Mil tinned
South Fork Sautiatu Kavor Oood
cut. lies are reported fiotu t'i,Madiu and
aslHind as fur ns the Mountain House
if tl.'ilt. Ken. lied by Willuincltr oll. V
!a:d t 'as., -l ii: iiiiiii tain wagon mad, by
j ivuy of Lebanon, While theie have sev
j etui good cati hes made liiioig this
'.tiei'in. tSii'e is n l'.'n.'ra! ooii.i.... Itmt
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!tlfC I'i.liing Inst year Mas mueli better.
Fish ana Clear Lakes - lluod catches
. .if Ink.' trout lire being nuide. lieaeh
j by way of Willamette vallei t.iul Cas
ide uioiiutiiin nneiia rood vi.i l..'ba
,,oii or .Maters, Oregon. Several fisher-1
linen li;n e visited tllese bikes tins veil,.,
i,.,i .,,,i i, it. ,. i..
vever, it is
lii'M'd tlu.t automobiles could niuiie th
I trip at -present with little trouble.
bin Lake tiooil cntd.es of
brook trout are being mad
l'd bv Wlllalllett
vullev aim t asetiile
I.-.m M..,.,,l 1 ul, ..,-,..., I,,...
.1 tins lul.e bv aut.r via Sisters, but '
n.iiie Iit.ie iiiii.le the trip eH-twiiiu t iom '
l.ebiiiion to Hig Vl.nke; however, (iiclii
a tiii is lliuuglit to be pot.sil.te at this'
ILojud Rivr mid Tribntariis n.w.i
, , ii i, r '
eii tins el steelin'iHls tun! tioul me be-1
ing made at various points n these '
st renins, lieiu died by auto i.i Oiunts
Mill Cieeki'ntchcs of ta.niiow trout
are being Ini'de at peints between l ove
and lii.ii.de tloiide liver. Kiu.hid by
auto via I inon-t oe mig.ui mm., by
ttiiv of I ' liii.il or Cove
Imilau Creek -Catches of rainbow
trout are being made at points Kear..nf(. owner. Ims made ;mbic plans for
Klin. Heachid bv auto via Kigiu. 'the miening of in American Monte Car-
Maiu, East and West Ele Crock , Tinjimna. Lower Crdifotnia.
Catches of raiiboys mid Ooilv Vardensj The plans include:
nre Iviug made at point aii.i.g these' Construction of a I'VI.OOft enfe to
striHios. Hnched by auto. via Alcdicttl n-nt lot"! persons. It ill be built along
print; and Sparta.
f rainbow mid eastern brook trout ari'
1 being made stung these streams. Heacti
l d bv r.uto.
Clark Creek "at.hcs.. of., rainbow
j trout are being made on Clark creek at
j points near Llgin. II cached by auto via
I Little Mniaiu River Cat. h. s of rain
bow trout are being made at Miints
i along the at renin. 1 each til bv
i j t ie e, t lri'.;on.
ImiiAh River -Ib.nd rntdics of r.iin
bow trmd arc reported at Various iiiets,
ulotv stream, Heai lied by autu via Kn
Bear Creek Ootid rntcbe of rainbow
Scott Host To the Riders Of
On Picnic Jaunt Last Sunday
(By J. Win There) In alLthcre more 11 oia. -nines, 3 side- i
With the guests furnishin,; most of 'ears and several tandems, and aithu !
the entertainment before tin ily was they were told at Silvertou that nine!
over, Harry W. Scott Harley-lhtvidson j our of every 10 motorcycle that start-j
dealer in Suleia, was host to a number, ed for Silver Creek never arrived at i
of llarley-Lavidsou riders and eiithusi- j their destiuaton, lttt these 11 motor-1
' and their friends on excursion teycl.sts and their passengers all with1
and picuic to Silver Creek Kalis last 'good appetite arrived in good time. I
Sunday. I v h lc tlie crowd was wanning and rest- i
.Scott left Salem about an hour ahead
jof the crowd so as to have thing ready
when they arrived. On the way out the
party was in charge of II. T. .Smith,
who has charge of the repair depart -
nicnt of the Scott store.
After reaehiiiL' the falls about 11
ju chick nr.a picking out a ramping
4 (place. Mr. Scott awaited the arrival
jof the motorcyclists,. but wa not kept
1 waiting long till one of the fellows ar -
2 .rived, although he had tandem seat
ion his machine, he had no passenger.
e began to question him about the
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v. ,nuo, ii r,-i,i in- niiu inn
come with them, and when Scott asked
him if he had come alone he glanced
Im' k and with terror on his face be -
gaii, -tiy gum, where is she? where is
Nhef I've lost her," and sure enough
he had lost her about two miles back.
Just at the bridge which crosses Sil
ver Creek, llevel J. Smith entertained
the croud with a very spectacular spill,
and with no damage done.
In connectiim with the good roads
problem, another is looming tip, ami that
is, what is the best disposition cf truf
fle of the heavy truck.
Lawyers all agree there U nothing
that can be done to deny the use of the
highway to the truck, although there
may be passed a luw limiting the size
of the load. In Oregon tins law plui-cs
the limit at five tons, with 600 pouadi
to the tire jiu'li.
One year r.go there wns tut little
gulated traffic between Halom and
laud, by truck shipment
At timea n'
small business bud been established,
but the traffic did not assume lurgl
Now all is chunged. One l'iiin alone
in Salem litis constrntlv on the road.
mostly between Halem and Tortlaud, 16 , added tn the solution, which will oth
large trucks with a trailer and somo-! ei wise be diluted nnd a wrong rending
timea two trailers attached to each given. Also after the water has been
Duo to tho fact that railroad freight
trnnsporttttinn js jn titer uncertain and
with the same condition upplyiug sosr " '
the express service where there is no ddi'd, it will ituko up only a weak so-
this truck business isi
One firm in Sulcm
has I in-reused its capacity rrom one
ton truck on January 1 of this yeur to
the lw" heavy trucks.
The loganberry grower without n
nntu truck or ut least a Ford is up
against it. There may be seen during
this busy season hundreds of trucks all
bringing in loads ot berries a id hurry
tug back home. It Is the day of the
truck for fruit and berry .funning, as
now everything depiyids on (juick deli
very. It is contended by those operating
trucks that if the road is properly pav
ed there is no da iger, but if contractors
permitted tn snenk in a two and j
three inch base, instead of the five inch
as i-i'.piiri'd the roads will nut stand up
ii!,-uinst the truck traffic. It is claimed
that mads is constructed like the high
way near Hrooks will cause trouble in
Ibrciliing throiieh. Hut if built neenrd-li-g
to the specifications of the Suite
hligliniiy lomuiissioii the highways will
pstanit tne nnme jiisi as me pnvc.i
i streets in wiiicm noiii up against u.
i The henw freight traffic has come to
stay, it is claimed and the big (piestion
now is the construction of roads with
tins mi view.
j trout are being made ut various points
. along stream. H. ached by auto via
'catches ot minnow innii arc leiM.i.eo
I from viirioiis noints. Renrlied by c lit u
u'l " "'"'V' 'T " " .
Uttve iiane -ratelies or rnini.oy iroiu
e b. iiiL' made nt Olive Luke. Keitc li
d l.v auto via Snnipter nnd l.ia .ite.
North Powdor Lake--(' a.-i.es nre be
made heie ef rainbow a'i't cistern
I'r-ok troet. Hcnrld be pnes trml Mil
, , ,
Not'lb r...l. r and lli.ines.
TiAJIIANA TO BE MADE
-KONTE CARLO OF NORTH
I l... i ,, rl .Totv 13. Raron
I frvo 110I...I l...s Aneebs sto.ti.nan and!
jsp.iuish architctuml lines and will sell
real i hsiiig' e for a not i.e.
The Tiajuniia race course wi
I be re
built and reopened on a fn greater
s,ale than previously operat.d.
A boxing arena will lw built and it
is the plan of the promoters to hold
I'hnuipionship bouts there.
Limit declared that tlw rem;or p
pive to see to it that tneir pt J.''t o as
not Weome a sore stHt o.i ti.e Aaieri
ny oil...., .ontinent. thct it will be c.ir,..uete.l
on nothing but absolutely legitimate
lines and will be erdcrlv and hkvuMj
I The nrressarr ennw-ssimis have
secured from C.ovcnmr Cautii ef Lower
tViforda, Lop; said.
tng up, Ted Cutler and Scott showed
j their skid at -making coffee, and by the
time that had boiled "just right'-' the
' erowd had (fathered around, with the
eat as the renter of ultra-lion. After
everyone had their a; le;it satisfied.
'a hike una lo't-iili'ff 11:1,0. ik i w t.i nivn
; everyone a chance to c the t alls. Af
tcr exploring a ront.il for a couple "t
j h mrs, we gathered together and made
jaway with a packer of ice cream. h;ch
'sure hit the snot on such a fiot dav.
About 5 o'clock it was decided upon
. to Hart for Suhm. all went well until
.i . . I
j iiny arrive. i nr nuvenuu, wnoro Ttiev
; were notified by a prosperous looking
"cop" that the citv dad of that idncn
1 had decided that 8 miles Per hott?
. should be the speed iiiuit, but they
j were sun through the town, so that
I didn 't bother much.
Kverynno enjoyed themselves mid are
an iooKing iorwnr.1 to 'tie future 'runs
and picnics that Mr. ott is planning
Wash with weak solu
tion of blua stone or
lime water, dry thor
oughly, fnUow with light appli
"YOUR BODYGUARD -JUf, our, l.u
Airplane Mail Charge To
Be Two Cents Per Ounce
Wnshingto t, July 19. Airplane mail
will hereafter be carried fur two cents
an ounce, the same as other first class
mutter, I'ostmaster flcncrnl Burleson an
I'laues turned over bv the war de-
rort-lr""'" d'1'' volume of mail
uci-rcnsc possiuie, uuiii'soii
Tn talcing battery readings with the
hydrometer the opernltiion should be
performed defore the distilled water is
put in it takes some time to mix with
the acid. Tlu water being lighter stays
" top, nd, if the hydrometer is used, I
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SUfter Lever Troubles
Excessive play in the main shaft of
the geirs-t may cues'" the .gear shifter
lever to be forced out ot position. Usu
ally the front bearing on the main
shaft is shimmed, so that the condition
is easily remedied. Knd play in this
shaft also may be the cause of chatter
ing in the clutch nnd a Inu kng when
the car is en a grade or otherwise pull
ing hard under load. If this is not cor
rected in time the shaft play may cause
permanent injury to 'he gears.
Lots of Autos in Wisconsin
isi'onsin is breaking all previous
records for registration. Last week
more than loO.oon licen.-es for ears had i
hon issue,! while n oi dient ions on hand
numbered lit least Total additiomil. A
vear ago the number of licenses actual -
i.. '. . ..i i i --. o.,o ti.
..'7 . I...! . ' : , s. '(. : u
tr,..- r.,..,... Iiiiu. b, en" mailed, com-
pared with r.ilif a vear ago. Total re- l:'-v. 1", I'bmes will lie owned in cv
ceipts fro,,, license payment, so far "V town in the suite of anv import
this vear amount to near .l.tii'-VtHMl. ! w a1"1 'ben service will be eni
Cars 'mil' it: tor trucks n lidin . ployed from every commercial stmul-
seale from .ln to 'i. nnd dealers -".
"Fernet It" Buy At Home
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HE PREVENTS TIRES
SALEM VULCANIZING WORKS
474 Ferry Street W.
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The Liberty Garage
Has Moved to the New Pohle
Building on Ferry Street
Our exceptional skill as automobile mechanics has
won for us an increasing volume of business.
Our new building and equipment will enable us to
give more efficient service.
The staff includes: Studebaker, Oldsmobile, Maxwell
and Ford Specialists.
We are interested only in high class work and the
Loyalty of our customers is our especial pride.
Watts & Wood
If Stirter Is on Blink
Kven though the electric starting
system refuses to start and the crank
has been left in the garage, therojire
methods to which the motorist can re
sort to get the ear'fc'Mng. One way is
to jack up one of the rear wheels and
turn it by hand with the clutch, en
gaged and high gear shifted in. The
spuik should be retarded and the
throttle opened but slightly. Before
removing the jack ilie sure that the
gears are shifted in ncutml again.
BANKER BUYS PLANE
That the commercial airplane is fast
'coining in ie in the Willamette val
'lev is verv apparent. Lieutenant Kiovd
Browne sold u plane a few days ago
tn Mr. Wortman, a banker of .Me.Minn-l
iv""'. "'" w111 oeiiverrri in n tew I
: J:'-v '"' Culifoi nia, and another pnr ,
i'.v ;v,,n-' "' 1 M i"-ttatiiig for,
a imi'dmie of the same tntiKe. And oth-.
'.t, will be in use early. It will be ,,nlv
" '" .'' 'be lieutenant said Sun-
I'""1' ''""t1" nnd cities who expect to'
Ucr.ve tne lietielits o tats service will'
be obliged to provide a lauding field.
People of Silvertou have been anx-
MI.L1 Nil HAM'S STri'KNf US rfi'MU'i'TI' OP "(1'1 (IIIN" AT
IdlANU Ol'LKA HI SK MuNUAV, Jl LV 28
FROM GETTING TIRED
This is the man who gives
new life to your auto tires
and inner tubes. When they
seem to be worn out and to
have outlived their useful
ness, lo! by the expert pro
cess of vulcanizing he uses,
he again breathes the breath
of life into tires and tubes
and saves you hundreds of
dollars throughout the year.
These are money-saving and
tire-saving days. Have your
tires and tubes vulcanized
iousv watiiiag ior the prrival of
d'loyd and his plane, and he has heen
anticipating the possibility of plant
ing tho first plane in Silvcrto. tut
before this can be rea:i.i-d a suitable
binding field must be provided, lie
has been here upon two occasions since
his return from California to look at
the field suggested, but after the ex
perience he had in Ian liu j at Olcott
field in Salem he has not felt .justified
in trying to make a binding here. Sil
PICKERS EARN $4.
Cove, Ore., July 1!). lialph t'omstock
who has H't cherry tries, IHitg, and Koy
: 1 Amies, was informed by an expert
buyer, in Cove, Monday that at 10 eents
pnunn. Ins I'-i trees woul.i average
nenrh- ijiofl a tfee. Cherry pickers nro
getting oil cetits a box; packers 12 to IS
! 1-2 nnd 10 to lo cents a crate at the sev-
ernl tacking sheds, hence, Cove school
girls ure milking from J3 to $4 and rx
jpert packers t' nnd more a day.
, drain farmers are so distiessed for
jlielp in hay and grain fields, they are
' pnyi g from if..Mi to )."...iil.
-Keep Them Heme $$$