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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1920)
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KLAMATH FAIXS, OREGON
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MONDAY, JULY , ItttO
HAND IK HAND
ath "country Is comparatively un
touched from the standpoint oT hay,
train, and root crop production, and
mere it a noiiceaoie ireou towara fll CltAftfeS'T" June 28. in
the general use of tractors nong'M,)t(ipte ,ne hM ,pecula- ;
me larmers. , i(,cn- , o(j Um, ,,, proper,y now
There re tractors and trictora. ,, n , Rmib,bU oipt,rt 0 lncn
ana mosi oinem u u... w,,(y ,nt,:,t w,l take ,t eMt tre X
siuimncwun. .... u ..... .,,, fof lhf, CoUntry to. properly de
tractor dealers here the ether day.J guch proipMtl Th(J ipccuUt.i
an Kvenlng Herald representative v - ,. ..., ,.M1.,. ,
corralled E. R. Danner. of the Ua... 0her rahw , veloplng J
n . .. . . .T ' . . ,V ..' Property,
KTiuumir iru iuv nui iit; inln.i,. fTllt ... ,,,, .. ,01o ..!
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17. tons which was less than so
percent of the pre-war prediction of 'I
me on nems. me .amount or on
. aihlntWktft nut i9 flitti ni Isa In la.stn 'ah
twenty-Hve of them In constant line ' ;J .. . , .... . ',
. ...I ....... , vf.,..H "So, for example- was 3.578 tons.'
Ill' ilie Ultr 'IVUIIt wi a.aBitwas . . . . Jt . .. ., J,..a- . I
h! lUUItRlVS Wir UlIalCMIIJ Ul (Vla
lint tne on iraniporica. it
Thor U ubu imall pipe line which 'f
RUMANIAN OIL LAGS
m h. aat aaaBBk a am . am jaa a a a A
: We Take Pardonable Pride in Maintaining f
a Uniform Cafe Service
Mr. Dnnner to exu!cMhe following
"Tractors? Yes, we sell thn.Ford
son tractor, and there are about
By this we mean that we serve ore and all alike: The mill worker, the
factory worker, the ordinary laborer, he farmer, clerk, merchant, or profes
sional man or woman. It makes no difference to us who you are the same
measure of courtesy and consideration is extended to all. 'This policy, added
to our always-successful endeavor to serve only wholesome and seasonable
foods, has standardized and popularized our business, and on that basis we
suncii your patronage.
Foils. We are going to push
sale of the Fordson from now on.
..ml tKj. Hrl nic Tlnrfhn In nur mail
in c.mp.lgn will be fired Thursday rutrom Woll field. ,to Constanta.
" . ,.., .a .. i. a 4 ' TVr are about 2,000 tank curs
Stelw.wcn. manager of the Ford. on h mlht f.11opw'l1f ', ." rt"
offwe In Portland, will be here to l- "" t0 "lrln " W",,''t COiU 10
I . ..... . . .'tlmn a much now ll hafnraitha
lahintr of t'Fordson to delleer theli"' ,he " tr.MportatlO la bad.! '"' ' year ' n'"" by Immlnratlon not umount to iinvhundredftt pnrt'anil Imn rnliiltm rrKlnns, Wi arr.
York city to Inland centers durliiK ilestlnutlo'n Is New Yc rk city does' troll anil Akron, O., or lo the coal
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KOOQ9. lie will ur HPtlPiru uj .....
OrlfCth sntl Mr. Harrlscn. of the Oil
tit plow works, and there will be
othT expert hers also who will help
make the demonttratlon more com
plete. Take It from rce. we are KO'
and the government, put "many re
atrictlons on the export of oil.
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NEW YORK THE GO-BY
llnr In itrmnnlltntr this little trtCtorf 'PU' VnnW tnlv ".. Mn,Vu1
rroKrcs has ll.tle smpathy for tnorPU(.b)v aj,tl aay onc who wantJidefiecUbp ot Immigration from Nw
the laggard, and tne laggird. who Is ,Q fw tbc llcmon,trntIon, should bo ' aMasaaaasasaaaaa)aaaaaaaaaaaaiaaaaasaai
too slow and Indifferent to catch up he Stllran farmi two mlI oul- fam .7
,. . ... , - .f.om soutn sinn sireci. next inurs-
qualnted with Mm, and Progress ) tj. oa Frldar. we'll fire an-:
travels along at a merry, prosperity-. otr bl(. KUn Ju,t t0 make the ,,em.l
winning clip, and leaves the laggard oniltraon rooro tl,factory.-Ten or
fr, far behind. 'eleven o'clock. In the morning, of'
Thus It Is thtt the town. city, or .,.. w! not b too ea.,v. w- .re1
district, burdened with builnws I-vRo:nR t0 Pul tbe Fordson through Its'
garas oi Ofiy Kir.u. icon isui uci;
hanging precar:ously to tre rear end
of prosperity, while" other communi
ties, favored with enterprising
bustling, hustling workers, forge
ahead and reap the harvett that
officials at Kills Island as one ex- of thu amount exchanged fur those exahncglng a humlrvit tfin umrn
plantation for the fact that this city's kIvIiik other points as their dvstlna money fur alien In transit than fur
population was shown by the 1020 Hon. those coming to New York city."
census to be only MSI. 121. Instead .., forn ,,,,., v, Mr 0WHt m
of the 6.100.000 expected., "Immigrants poured Into New York' When cliiimeloVn Is lillmlnd It
Howe, official money' changer for rlty by thi hiiiulreda of thousands. lo nil power of changing Its color
Incoming aliens, asserted that money They are now gting to nmnufacttir- and It entire body remains of u un
exchanged for (milligrams whose k centers such iir I'lttsburg. lie- form tint.
see It display Its '
paefs. and want everybody, farmers
""Fuel? Why. It burns kerosene! J
It's better than sa when burned In!
the Fordion, and Its cheaper, too. I
No danger of a kerosene shortage
This Is true In any line of endear-f. t . . ,he b,t rl of
or. Ills rartlculsrly true amengj,,, tM -awa.g et Fordson narts
tsrmers, and Just at this stage of'Jts ( Jult)1R UJeTord' car IS that
y. with superabundance o I Jt-rnRtb but -t.. ,ufgclent for any '
tv. and fJlrly biirltin-r J ,.JrP0.0 and tck'e' lt ,rora me, the
agr:cuuuri ueeiuMni.ui. j-u;' respect. The Fordson has pn
w:n aivr j rrp. ng opnuni- Pn.d,on (, lhe bM. i;,tl h,rT ,ou
ties. Bnos Itself hesitating opoa thejever faw ,n ,h,s prefent effort to n-
precipice or agricultural inu nerence ,rnduc, gumn,er fMlowiug and the
The Klamnlh country w'll never ret..lk ,,rv f,rmIn- n-.thods.
"Ye, tl'ere's no doubt about It,
the tractor Is'i big factor In present
day sgneiilMira! development. '
"I've got to leave you now. s'I
nrornlscd to go out Into the country J
to talk Fordon to one of our up
andrcom'ng formers, but I wlh you
eoul-l find t'vt to go to the Sullivan
rograde Its. natural resources will
not permit It to tak a, backward
step, but the sreed with which It w'll
progress depends upon the read'nes
with which Its resident", lt fnmerj
to be more expV'c't. jeeept and prac
tice the better farming doctr'.is o
today, and till the soil, plant, hsr
vest, and otherwise enrn their I'vel .arjn oa Thursday or Friday and see
hoods through the nw'staace of tfc'i0je )UtJe Mlav ,3 ,, ., K0
efficient, time-saving lahor-'avlrr ,jj)t tp lp ft W7fTn et for t but ,he
farm mrchlnery now avaiUble ' ,jemcr,trr.t.on wju be complete. I'll
very reasonable prices. ,c farlter t wjjj be comprehensive.
' What farming I't'l'ty ba 2or.ve:j ,M,f(lwr man w, be abie
more to fncllltal- farming ntip.. ... ,
than the tractor? It can be n!drr'- Mr; r),aar.-, rwn?,j, rerect pojv
plowing, sowing, snd h.ti,vit,a,Jf Itf,3r' ,;nVlmont in nil re'ccgnlied good
will thresh for you. haul pro-lrfre- t'itVm;3C d'atrlctr. The tractor has J
the markets, it will pump, and ha h.0:se , nefeMty. The big farmorj
even wen tounu ueiui in mgg nr nn,j t ijttle farmer n?ed It in their
winii'B. ii i u u..tJi v- --.-. ljujJnc,,,
and wniie tractors are convarRiivei
acarce In the Klamath cotintry.jivher
Ua area Is coni.'dered! sfjll theKlars-
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did tou march the
fa W:ibe flrif time In monthi FVesldnt W!lson'btt-ftrf Mw'-r'a
JMrrla in the White Houta. 'jVembers of th,'Weaidnt'a official family
aay that tntilina.,I.takn afterHfchad been at work at, bis desk for nearly
M.lwur, aboa tna'prwldent exactly aa a Is today.
Select your tltenac' '
rordinfi to tlio toad
tlwy Itnvu to travel:
In sandy or hilly coun-
try, wherever'the going
Is opt to be heavy The
U. S. Nobby,'
Tor trdinary country
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REMEMBER the time
, the first automobile
parade was organized? Even
the good old torchlight pro
cession had to give way
before the advance of prog
ress. ' ' "'''"
Tires are often sold the-
same way politics are.
. The lasfc people to wake
up to what they are getting
are the people who pay the
' The, bills are getting too
big these days in both cases.
And the man who is feeling
it most with respect to tires
is the man who owns a
The idea that the small car
. owner doesn't need a good
tire is rapidly going the way
of all mistaken ideas.'
He needs it mora than
anyone else. It's part of our
job, as we view it, to see
that he gets it.
Our tire service starts with
good rreaU. S. Tires. All
sizes made to a single stand
ard of quality none graded
down to the- price of the car
they, will go on;
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U.' S. perfected the first
straight aide automobile tire
the first pneumatic truck
. The U. ,S. guarantee is for
the life of tbie? tire, and not
for a limited mileage.
When we recommend and
sell U. S. Tires wc do so in
the interest of greater tire
economy. It is our experi
ence that that is the best:
way to build up a sound and
U n ite d Stat e s Ti re s