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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY. AUGUST 2, 1919.
FOR THE tfc'W
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... "BEGINNING AUGUST 4TH
Samson Seive Grip
BEEMAN GARDEN TRACTORS
WILL, BE SOLD BY
!; Marshall N. Roach
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Distributor for Marion and Polk Counties
LIBERTY GARAGE, 444 Ferry Street, Salem, Oregon j
at YM A
Should take no chances on your Vulcanizing. Tires
are too expensive to be entrusted to inexperienced
hands. You can be sure of Satisfaction if you bring
your work to us. No "Half Baked" work at this shop.
WE KNOW OUR BUSINESS .
Monty's Tire Shop
157 South Commercial Street
h ALBERT L. CHOUGH
ZditorlZotor Service Ountma CiJct PrrtTti
Copyright 1919. ty TX Jt i ...ml (caM.
"Getting Up" On 12Xr Car Technique
ot To B Perianal. Hav9 Thi j, ywf. BM,f
CHbkb.Td,Cf, RECE1VES "" commend motor cr
t,fil ?rref Information, from Uiom who
or publishing houaoe that make a specially of automotive works and
lZ?it:rUl0eWbK"!1 ",t U,h U,w"- Tb Za hookdealer U
h X . b". ,Ut'? eUl0K 0D fil not- will send for them. o that
thoTln hr' Whi"? h9 " '' le Ubrarie., Specially
ca book, and H W'?mU,li,,,?S- en? wM stocks with motor
cb!. m t b. S H0k- in n'W ,"'t "n' or ill adr!sed pur
men? .n l " PTlodira!, centum djirt-
f , m ? f"' ,hereln U- ,n B'",erl ra"ier more up to date toan tbat
taumLr of dm?it 8 n!8,0' elw,rKal w to he had from a
kbly hJT iPUr ,l,e,Pr u,omob,le troctlon books are prob-
caragix; r.K iv hurse:
pr before tolll:nr, it In order to
Minln out aollrt pa -deles. Water
thun prepan-.i and protected from
the a1- wii; Vp(p m good condition
for a lonf lime.
C I,l'Til At riON IS WKAK
. M. I. A&Liif llna It rii unu
to a car to keep It in a liable where!
uuiaoH are aopi 7 ;
. " - " V . H ' V 1 t U 1 nun
Vody llnwh iu kp a car In uch :
Biirrountiing-s. as the luxtre of the
Viirnlfh la uulvkly dlinnind by the
aitwiioma gut, vlucli u always prev
ent in the air. If tli etubie la well
Venttllifi anil nil nt
iiioma are kept removed, the effect
may not- tuoe aei tou but, If tb
kiarA ifnnt Uirv Htitl Itnul ,.lBn UA,
will nnd the re.njlt. nut at all aatla-
1 1 KT
1 1 f t 1
WATKK YW KtlJ.INO
T. (. C HkH! In tllAH- Itwilla.l In
Rluan, or rain wa;er iuutM In Klam
uu.l kept In t'.Kht y corked kIiiim Jara,
ium mr iiiiinir b oraae tmtt&rleiT
T. Mi-K. wrKi: (j.-ragjonally, whou
cllaiblnc a very lurd hill, uii hlKh
er. my !uich Ujjin to nll. un,i
Iiiiim to do o 'or aometiine. Till
to lm "re.v.na more f'i,n,,.n'
kelf. Will it Jo any liarm?
'-ri Ve., it win finBny ruin
tke aurfacw of our cluU'h, whatever
kiad It may br. When ellpplii rom.
"'' you Miou'.J at oaec )nfi n!o
eevead pea i, whhh no allpplng
wUI arobalily e ci;r. You alionhl ai
ace ar-rt:Un wh.it eauau thl Klip
pia ana elanin.ite 1U JnMilllciint
apruur liliauic. II! -..dvised lubr:ra.
tlea ! oihrr f.uii.y condition of ihe
frlctional surfaoua niuy bo causlnit
I UP pa )
It neccseary lo collect fresh ram
water, euoh time tho iMttterr reunire
flllliVB, or win it .kti from one tane
AnawiT! Yen, tf freshly fallen
nowr only In used and the ruin water
I collected only after rain ha baen
fallliiff for itome'lnie and the rooft
have beon wahed clean. In order
o avoid traee of metal, waler that
a been In contact with tin roofi or
met.nl utti hould br avoided, the
Urlp from elate, tile or ahinirie roof
Ik !nK preferred and It 1 .well to run
!' ".nturu! water throurh filler pa
f Vuesttont of general inlrretl t wmltnH$
lumn, ipact permitting. Adiren AlHrt L. CtougA, car 0 thi Jit
MAa) AHi.i; HdVMO t'
XIUi: .llioi 111,1:
1 . )k: I'! ase explain why
! Ikere 1 o much mure ire trouble n
I euminer than In wlnu-r'.'
Awt: ll.sh a.d, lonn d.:..
taace driving U more x 0111111..11 ln
timmer than in 'winter in J epi-cii iv
Is tke most prullll" cauan of lire (a !
urea. The avera dally inlieaav 1.'
greater In summer than In wlnKr
aad tire trouMrf tfecur clocer tonlh.
r, la point of lime, even if no closer
leaether in point of mileage. Co
rneated repairs nro likely not to hold
la ket weather, while they are com
eereilrely reliable !n cold weather.
1'eaklleee enow and Ice cover many
akarp objata which, If exposed,
mlejkl cause punctures. Many earn
are aot need In the winter, but their
Urea deteriorate during that eeaion,
ad tnally h'lve out during the -tin-
er ariving scaNon.
vil( 6 atuicered in (ai
(Continued from patfe nine)
N0BT1I COMMERCIAL STREET
et The Capital Jourmal do
Your Job Printing
You See Vi hat You Buy Before Paying-Buying At Home
wken full demand" niwort themselves.
It in quite evident therefor that the
luiine money market is facing all the
st ruin that it will he able to bear; and
t Ii lit . while the banking situation ia
sound, the limitations of credit must be
kept under constant eoiiniilerntion, if
forced liquidation and unpleasant eonsfl-
iienees areto be averted.
Good Autumn Trad Expected.
While it is well to keep theae warning
i)!iiala in mind, it is equally necessary
hold one balance and not lose sight
tho brighter side of affairs. The
business outlook is unqiiCKtiom.hly (food,
and the country is Aurvd of at least
year of great prosperity, beyond which
no olio ran calculate in these iiucertain
times, 1'eaoe and hiie have taken the
place in the public mind of war and
despair. Tho whole world has shifted
its point of view j the very unrest which
minks the disuse beiiiK an accompani
ment of the new forward movement. At
home tho backhono of our prosperity is
I lie farmer, who favored by a romhina
lion o fliili prices and abundance is
enjoying the ue of mine money than
ever in his hMory. The farmer is not
lunch of an investor, and Kt present
even his borrowings are small. The re
sult is that fluids are accumulating in
country banks, to be rcdepoMtcd iu the
cities, where they serve to relieve it rain
that otherwise would be more acute. The
lit;, icultral districts will, however, be
much heavier purchasers of nemn
nnd luxuries than usual, thus slimuli,t-i-qr
interior trade in an unusual degree,
8tork Kxchaiiijo activity continued
Uhm a liberal scale. !Sme specialties
I such as the steel, oil ml leather issues
, started on a fresh sdvunce following
previous liquidation. The potential buy
i' K power in this market is still very
lari!'". y?t discrimination in purchases,
whether for investment or speculative
purposes, is more and inure necessary.
As said above, the limitations of the
nioncv market require conservative op
erations, and such advice if not heeded
thrci.tss te bri-i the upward niov. iai nt
to an abrupt termination, P. me 01 t&o
industrial specialties have enjoyed vcrv!
marked adiances, based upon Hrtu.k.1 and
net nnticipnted pn crity. lot these
fuorit,-s there has been a Very erc.id
and active market for many weeks; the'
west bring particularly liberal buyers
on both iavcatntent and smcui. tuv c
count. It is quito likely that many of
theee issues have fetched their aeiiith,
for the time being nt least. There are
number of meritorious minor issues
which have escaped attention and fail
ed to improve correspondingly. The
ame ia true of the railroads whose con
ditions have bettered nnd whose pros
peets are brighter; but their advance
hag been strictly moderate. Public util
ities are receiving more consideration,
apparently on the growing belief that
they are bow likely to secufo better
treatment by the controlling authori
ties. Our Foreign IiirestmenU.
Government bonds, domestic or for-
eift, show little change, American and
Hritish issues alike having failed to
advance with the establishment of
peaee, Thie failure it probably due to
tbeir huge mass, and to the fact that
neither country has yet materially re
duced expenses; also that local finan
eial institutions which subscribed re
help the government are steadily mine
ing their holdings by distribution
among investors. An interesting fea
ture ia the frequent offers of new for
eign issues at this center. A number
of neutral countries siul a few of the
belligerents have put out loans vaiying
from "3,li)0,lilH) to 50,000,l)uu which
werg taken with surprising prompters
They are sure to be followed by other
applications, not alone for overiinicnt
purposes, but r. Iso for private enter
prises. It will be interesting to see how
deep the American i ivcstor will go into
these foreign ventures. Probably they
will be confined to those having foreign
connections or interests here. It U not
likely that the average American in
vestors, especially those of the interior,
are vet rtrcoared fn trust their mu-irv
abroad very freely. Opportunities at)
omo are uy no means lew, sua 10 muse
ready to go outside, Canada and bouth
America will offer pnd indiicemcntv
(Continued front page sine)
No detoura possible, Wayuas ran get
orer this road.
Pacific Highway- Open and ia ex
cellent eond.tion. except where con
struction ia in progress, between Med
ford and Kiddle. Because of paving op
cratmns between lirants Pass and Ro
gue river, detour over a rough road on
the nurth tide of tke stream is neces
sary. Tores Riswrs: Opea fcetweea Wi.la-
MRr u fs.s?
Plumbing and Water Systems Installed
by G&ABE& BEOS, 141 South Liberty
St., Phone 660. Also agent for Talr
banks-lions Gas Engines.
na and Tillamook. Very roiiKh for
six miles through Grande Konde In
dian reservation; We for several davs
ufter heavy rains it is frantically im-
mssaoie. construction work between
Uolph and Hebo makes detour down
the little Nestucca necessary.
Bandon Oold Beach: Oncn and t,.,.
alio for light ears entire length.
Salem's a Good Place to Trade
These bulletins are issued weekly by
the forest service, and report tie fish
ing conditions for streams in or near
the national forests of Oregon. Only
streams near which field men in the
forest service are stationed are report
Eagle Creek: Good catches of rain
bow tnniit nrn tWirttr maila Alntio tjiLflA
creek, fcortween the - mile and 6 mile
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I'uBiB. iieac-iieii u r.tiie erces iriux via
Bonneville. Fish aio biting woims and
salmon egjfs. '
Rogue Blrer and tributaries: Luiht
catches of small trout are -being made
at different points, mainly in the small
er creeks. Reanhed by auto by way of
(rrants Pass. The wenther i generally
toe warm for good fishing.
Souaw Lake: f. nn,l iMiti.l, n Batl.
em "brook trout aro being made at the
west and north ends of the lake. Roach
d iby auto road from Sisters to Suttle
Lake, by way of Bend; and by trail
from Suttle lake.
STANDARD MAKE 3
these Tires are all New Fresh Goods
and NOT re treaded or so called Rebuilt
Hon Skid Snciuls Tubes
(luartn- xOuaran- Guaran
teed. "teed. teed.
2x3 lli)0 2.9o
30x3 11.00 410.50 2.35
30x3 & 1,1.25 " )3.93 - ?.H9
32x3to 17.05 J5.00 3.00
31x4 22.70 10.85 3.68
32x4 3.35 3.7
33x4 24.50 2.1.20 3.85
34x4 24.05 23.S0 8.05
3tix4 20.50 4.95
34x4 to 33.45 4.80
35x4 34.75 4.05
30x4 to 35.50 20.00 5.10
37x4j 30.50 3.23
37x5 43.30 0.20 1
Special Prices on CORD TIKES
Goods Shipped C.O.D., Express or Parcel
Post Money Refunded on (mods Re
turned lutnet Within 10 lys. .
MALCOLM TIRE CO.
Commercial and Court Sts. - Salem, Or.
. Hire Creek lake: Good catcher of
rainbow trout are being made in this
lake. Reached by wagon road r by
aiUo road anil trail bv way of Sisters
Elk Lake: Good catches of eastern
brook trout aro .being mad here.
Reached by auto by way of Bind or
, Deschutes River: Good catches of
rainbows and Dolly Vardens are being
made at Crano Prairie and rringle
Falls. Ben'ched try nuto road by way
of Bond or La Pine.
Odell Lake: Good catches of rain
bows and Dolly Vardens aro toing
mado ty trolling from boat. Benched
by tuto road by way of Bend or Crescent.
Crescimt Ljike: 1Good catchesj of
rainbow trout aro being made here by
fly casting along shore line from Jiont.
Reached by aiilo road by nay of Bend
Lost Lake: Good catches of redsides
are 'being made, at outlet. Reached bv
trail or wagon road by way of Bend.
Cultus Lake: Good catches of rain
bow trout are beini; made hue. Reach
ed 'by auto road tiv way of Bend.
Wtliln ciitBkifi if tG Walla Walla tied.
r:i .tt 1
near iuiuuii uii a looiiog, eiaiirie viai
lace 37 years slipped, fell into the
stream tnd was drowned.
to Lakes and
You young fellows' who
think a day in the country is
worth two in the city who
are keen for swimming,
hunting and fishing. You
need a sturdy, comfortable,
It will make your trips short
and increase the pleasure of
It is a brother to the Harley-Davidson
Vou know what that means.
Bring your father or bro
ther with you when you
come to see the new models.
Harry V. Scott
147 S. Commercial St.
S,m Francisco. rvrscrvaiico amT
f.'iith in prayers for a child filially wca
for Jlr. and Mrs. Paul llu'oer. After
three cliildess years a babe, a bright
foundling, was left in their doorstep.
AIRPLANE THE TRANSPORTATOIN AGENT OF TW ENTIETH CENTURY
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Exposed Air Laner.
Tronrportefcioo vf khe,$n$vrbr New C.RR.
Locomotive -fixm the Angus Shops
', "Unquestionably, we. who have
rassed through the Mone. lironw.
ron. Steel. Steam and Gaso
! :ie Apes, are now on tbe threshhald
care had to be taken to avoid
the mrst danterous enemies of the
airman mist and fog, not wind.
The difKrulty uf using air service
; romiucrrijiliy. say the transporta
;t'i!n exptrts, is its excessive cost,
j tut iudtfir.ff from the rate of prog
ress in eeronautics this may soon
J! overccme to a great extent. At
i present, owirjr to engine difficulties,
j sir service stations would have to '
i maintained at frerisicnt intervals.
tnd, to m;:ke air travel safe, gooj
iiiK-'irir place al-out a quarter so
1 .on in s:xe. -with a surfere of levl.
r.-irn sot must be provided
rltren milis or so.
Th hrst frrent tran portation
concern ir North America to cen-id-
?T e.1-' t luhlro nil- iri i, -l-
ways w-M and sea was taken ; Canadian racifie Railiav n-hi-v, h.
As trier defined, an "Airwa" nrjLlivd fur -i-,,i. . :l
to operate an a;r line. It is pic nnr.
vm ci liter unneii. an Airwai
is tr;ins-contn:ental or. coastal air
ff . new Atb, A of A,r." are designated "Air Routes" An a, well Vtand Tand SVi h
- .id a prominent o lu-ul of (ne Aero .airway is a beit 80 miles wide; an ,U vast engineering jiH w.i t
4't imn t df-P "" wttte. Several ! resources should Sb?e i Mer ,h
Jtecently. at the .vocoad fan a.rways and air routes were mapped held fearlessly wherthe Aee of
Mm-rican Aeronauts tor-Rres. m oot for the L'n.ted States and i A. which 21 .
AU-atmc my. WMutm ai AirKn-U ln selecting .thesujiejijor. has iully arrived" e