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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1919.
PEQ HUM AWARDS AT
STATE FAIR ANNOlKtCED
(ontianed'from page one)
bow Biown Int. .
Brrw under 300 lbs Scholl 1st and
2nd. " " '-.r-
Pen 3 burrows over 300 lbs Nichols
Int; ScaoU 2nd. .' ' '
Barrow under 300 Jhs A.. C. 1st
l'cu f 3 burrows under 300 lbs O.A.
C. 1st and Sud.
Barrow ver 800 lbs 0. A. Cist and
- I'ra (ft t bnrrews orer 300 O.A.
O. 1st; Vox Stirt.
' I : ' " HWnpUrt. '-
'.' J. W.,Kinfer received tie first pre
niiuai ou the following: Boar 8 years
Id or over; Iioju- 16 msnths, under
years; boa U noutiis, under 1 four;
hoar tinder 6 months,; sow I years eld or
over; sow 16 months, under Syenra; ow
1 year, under 18 months; sow tJ months
wider -1 four; aged -herd; ot f lr;'
'produce of bow; senior fconr; junior
ttoar; senior now; junior ow; boar, sow.
J. Y'. Heiiger received second prem
ium on the following: sow 1 year, under
J8 mouths; sow 6 mouths under 1 year.
Urnxc 2 years old or over; Bunn, 1st;
Hoar 18 months, under 9 years: Bunn
litt; Bonner 3rd; Kinger 8ud. .
Boar 1 year, under 18 months; "Ringer
1st; Hunn 2nd.
Hosir 6 months, under 1 year; Bunn
Int. and 2nd.
iioftr under 8 months: Buna 1st and
fSow 2 yours old or over: Bunn m
And 2nd; Homier 3rd.
Sow 1 year, under . 18 months: Bunn
lt; and 2nd; Kinder 3rd and 4th.
frow 0 months, under 0110 year: Bon
ner Ut; Ilium 2nd, Bonner 3rd; Bunn 4.
How under 6 months: Bunn 1st And 2d.
Aged herd: Bunn 1st and 2nd; Rinffei
Aged herd bred by exhibitor,. Bunn
1st. and 2ud. -
Tuiuijf herd: Bunn 1st. .
Young herd bred by eruibitor: Bunn
' 1st. , , :', t ... V
lMlok 8 niirl 4; Sow 0 months, under 1
. yew, Klieard 1 and fi; I'inaioum 8 ml4:
. Moaon !; Sow under 6 months, Adams
1 and 5; iioorflrr 2; Flunicum !1; Pra
tor 4. .
Aged herd: DeBok 1st.
Young herd: Slieard 1st; Trater 2;
Fruit 3; Young herd bred by exhioiiw,
Sheard 1; Prater 2; Fruit 3;
Get of sire, Sheard 1 ; Prater 2.
Produce of sow, Sheard 1; Prater ,2.
Senior of champion boar: Prater 1. .
Junior champion boar: Adtuns 1'.
Senior ehnmpion ow Doerfler-1. '
Junior chnmpion sow: Adams 1.
Boar: Prater 1st.
Sow: Doerf lor 1st.
Barrow under 300 lbs: Doerfler 1st;
Barrow over 800 lbs: Both tut and 2.
Get Of aire: Bunn 1st and End.
Produce of sow: Bunn 1st and 2nd.
Senior champion boar: Bunn Ist
Junior ckuuipion hoar: Bunn 1st. .;-
Senior champion sow: Bunn 1st.
Junior chnmpioa sow: Bonner 1st. ,
Boar: Bnnn 1st. ' ,
Sow: Bunn 1st. :
Bane under 809 lbs: Bunn 1st and
Pen of throe barrows under 300 lbs-
Bunn 1st; Bonner 2nd.
Barrow over 300 lbs: Buna. Is nd 2nd.
Poa of tli roe barrows over 800 lb
Buna lt. .
Real' 2 tears 018 f Aver: Docffler 1;
DeBok 2. Uoag 18 most lis, under 2 yrs.,
Ringer 1 and 2; Boar 1 rear, under
months, Prater 1; Binger 2; Roth 8;
Boar 0 months, under 1 year, Shear 1;
Finnicum 2; Mr son 3; Adams 4; Boar
under 6 months, Adams 1; Prater 2 and
8; Adams 4 j Fruit 3.
Sow 2 years old or over: Doerfler t;
Naftzfror 2; Rother 3; Eow 18 months,
under 2 years, IeBolc 1 ; Sow 1 year un
der 18 months, Naft.ew 1: Doerfler 2;
Bull, 3 yenrs old or over; Ruder, 1st;
Cornell, 2nd; Cole 8rd.
Bull 2 years, under 3: Cordinger 1st.
Bull junior yearling: Beechiug 1st;
and 3rd; Cornell 2nd.
Bujl junior calf: Cordiner 1st; Cornell
2nd nud 3rd, " -
Bull jnnlor enlf: Cole 1st niid 2nd;
Beee.hing 3rd ftnd 0th; Cornell 4tn.
Cow 3 years or vpr: Cordiner 1st 3rd
and 4th; Becching 2nd and Bth.
Cnw 2 years, -uhder HiMe: BeeehKig
1st anil ata; Uoruiucr 2nd,
Heifer senior yearling: Beechiug 1,-it
anu 4 mi: uoie 2nd: Lordine Bwl.
Heifer junior yearling: Botching lt
and 2nd; Cordiner 3rd; Kador ila.
Heifer senior calf: Beeehing 1st; Cor
nell 2nd and 4th; Cole 3rd. ....
Heifer junior calf: Beeching 1st; Cor
nell 2nd; Cordiner 3rd and 4th.
- Herefords. '"'
Win. F. Emery received first premium
on the following: Bull, senior calf; Brill,
junior calf; Heifer, senior calf; bull, nn
dcr 2 years; heifer under " yenrs;
Breeder's calf herd; Get of site; ;
Bull, senior calf: McKinney 2nd; , .
Heifer, junior yearling: Me Kin nor
3rd. . .
Heifor, senior calf: McKinney ."rd;
Emory 2nd. ... .
- , Milking 8horthome. - -
Oow, 4 years or over: Beeohing jst
Bed Polled, " '. " 'C
' Joan DuLuth Farms received first
premium on the following:
Bull, 3 years or over; bull l yenr 'jd
under 2; bull, senior 'calf; hall,' junteU"
calf; cow, 4 years nnd over;" heifer,
years and under; heifer senior yearling';
heifer junior yearling; heifer senior calf
heifer, junior calf; bull over 2 years;
bull under 2 years; cow over 2 yenrs;
heifer under 2 years; bull aVv age; c
or 'heifor any nge; graded hard: Breed
er's young herft; Breeder's calf herd;
(tot of one sire; produce of one cow.
Jona DuLnth Farms received second
f-rominms on. tho following:
Bull, junior calf: cow 4 years and ov
er; hoifflpr 2 yenrs and under; hrifcr,
junior yearling; heifer senior calf; get
of one sire, produce of one cow.
Bull,'2 years, under 3: Evans 1st and
. Bull, senior calf: DeBok 1st; Evana
2nd and 3rd.
Bull, junior enlf: Evans 2nd.
Heifer, senior yearling: Daniel, 1st;
Heifer, junior yearling: Daniel, 1st;
Heifer, senior calf: Hntliorn 1st nnd
2nd; Evans 3rd and 4th.
Heifer, senior enlf Hathorn 1st.
Heifer, Junior calf: Hntliorn 1st.
Bull, over 2 years: Evans 1st.
Bull, under 2 years: DeBok 1st.
Heifer, under 2 venrs: Dnnlel 1st.
Bull, any nee: Evnns 1st.
Cow or heifer nny age: Daniel 1st.
Breeder's young herd: Evnns 1st.
Breeder's calf herd: Evans 1st.
Get pf one aire: Evnns 1st.
For n consideration of $15,00(1, .Tames
G. H. Wolfe, i Illinois farmer, h.11 rnir
chased ft nO-acre prune ranch from X). J
Miles of Salem.
ALBERT L. C LOUGH
I..-.'?, . ' Copyright 1BV9, by Th International SwSicaH. -
When Th Gears CXajh '
Of ALL, THE SOUNDS ARWINQ tram the operation ot a car, the
most excruciating Is that of transmission gears being rasped
together,, la shifting. Furthermore the effect ot clashing them
Is about as destructive upon the gears aa the noise la upon the
nerves. It is a fact that very many motorists do not know Just what
takes place in the gear box, when inch-grinding occurs. If they did,
they might taki more -pains . to avoid clashing. If ona conceives of two
circular saws, one running flults fast and the 6fher vary slowly, suddenly
forced together,- that their teeth meet, one obtains a somewhat but
not unreasonably exaggerated Idea of what happens when gears are
inconsiderately forced into mesh. Anyone would aesnais that- the teeth
of the suppose saws would be broken oft. bat the actual gears aye. ot
course wider and their teeth mom atocky. However the ultiniate reeult
of gar flashing Is very similar. The destructive effect is gradual, the
edges-of .the teeth are chipped off, little by little, with th result that
; the width rot gear face is reduced and the teeth lose ttreir eerreet form.
Finally, noisy operation sets in and there is a tendeirey for the gears to
slip out of engagement. At last, the tooth surface In contest beeemes so
small and pressure becomes so concentrated that, under some especially
severe stress, the gears strip.
ENGINE "FALTERS" AT HIGH
H. M. Y. -writes: My Ford pull
the hills-well enough and I have lit
tle fauH to find with It when running-
slowly but when I try to get It
above a certain, speed, It misses, sput
ters and will not g-0 any faster.
Where is the trouble most UkIy to
be found T
Answer: The following are a few.
of the possible causes: The timer
may be so worn that, while the roller
11 1 tikes reliable connection with the
contact segments at low speed, Its
track 1 so uneven that, at high
speed, It tends to jump and no longer
WOOD HEATERS With cast bot
tom, top and front, with large open
ing in the front and top giving amplt,
space to take in large chunks. Neat
ly, trimmed with nickle making a
very durable stove throughout. Price
From $18.00 to $22.50
(See Window Display)
COMBINATION HEATERS - This
is the heater that gives comfort dur
ing the long winter evenings. It
burns either wood or coal with a Du
The draft regulating system is
complete, making it possible to get
most any heat desired.
- Nickle plated, fire place front.
$33.50 to $40.00 :r
(See Window Display)
readily detect any limp place, where
one or more canvas piles have act
ually foremen er re fr on the wny
to failure, if you carry Hits exam
ination all around the Inside 'Circum
ference of the casing and And the
fabric walls firm and springy, at all
points, it is probable there is no weak
spot yet developed,'' ' ' '
makes Infnlllble contact with the
segments. : Some of the valves may
be inclined t stick In their guides,
owing to roughness or warping of
their stems and they may fall to
seat In time when the speed exceeds
a certain value. Weakness of some
of the valve-springs may aggravate
this behavior. It Is also barely pos
sible that the gasoline line Is some
what obstructed and not .- .quite
enough fuel can be supplied to keep'
the mixture up to normal strength,
when the engine Is drawing charges
fast. You better Inspect the timer,
teat the valves and their springs and
see that th gasolme pipe la clear.
'TESTING SHOE FOR WEAK
W. W. O.' Asks: How can I tell
whether a old easing has yet de
veloped any special points of weak
ness. I don't want to put any casing
In service, if It is likely lo blow right
Answer; By feeling It over with
the hands, you can detect -any bad
fabrle break that wiU noon lead to a
blowout.. By . turning the casing;
wrong side out and bending the wall
at all points with the hands, one can
' Questioni ,of general intertsttp motorists iciH, he jftgiperefl .in Jhit ,
column, (pace permitting. A Mrei Albert L. Clongh, car of this'ojjtce.' -
CMOAXIN'G Mt' FIXER
O. W. B. asks: What is the beat
way of cleaning out tbe muffler? I
am giving my car a general over
hauling and am told that this should
not be- neglected. .-
Answeri- The only effective way
of cleaning the muftler is to take It
entirely apart and -scrape the sur
faces, but sometimes it is quite diffi
cult to do this because till tbe Joints
become burned and rusted tight.
Some scale and soot can -usually be
dislodged by tapping the muffler all
over vigorously with a hammer.
While the engine is run with consid
erable throttle and very late spark,
so as to blow out the material that
becomes loosened. It used -to be a
common practice to remove a muffler
and place it upon a fire, built out of
doors, until It became Ted hot and
then to hammer It all over and
empty out the scale, but this method
is not to be recommended. We doubt
if your muffler requires attention un
less It Is pretty old and has been
used with an engine giving a very
oily or sooty exhaust.
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