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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD,1 KLAMATH 'FAIlLS, OttEGON
BATCTtPAY, JANUARY, SM,. lt
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Now on Display
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The cheapest 4,000-lb. capacity truck on
. the market
Traffic Track Sales and Service Co.
WHITE PELICAN GARAGE
2.1,000 MAIUC HDKI'ABHKI)
11V AUTOMOIIlliK ASSOCIATION
Tlie 2D, 000 momborshlp mark has
boon passod by tho California Stato
Automobile Association, which Is
now tho Kocoml lnrgost motoring or
ganization In tho world. This nn
nouncomont that tho C. S. A. A. has
In oxccis of 25,000 motor car. own
era onrollod wns mado by Prcsldont
l'orcy E. Towno.
IIOLLAND'8 BAVIIEFAj CAIt
A popular typo of light automo
bllo In Holland bai tbreo whaola
with a dingle cylinder motor over
tho ono In front, and Is stoorod with
DEVICE TO UNLOAD TIIUCKH
An endless bolt apparatus, Invent'
od by two Toxans, for unloAlIng mo
tor trucks, Is operatod by tho roar
wheels of a truck rostlng on rollors.
Automobile and Accessory Dealers' Directory
Acme Motor Co., Sixth and Oak .............Phono 264
Charloy'B Placo, Sixth and Klamath .. ... ........Phono 472
Dannor-Patty Motor Co., Eighth and Klamath .....Phono 427
Dunham Auto Co., Sixth and Oak .........Phono 62W
Dunbar & Dunbar, 114 South Sixth .......................... ........Ptfono 140
Eloctrlo Shop, 123 South Sixth Phono 127
Howlo Qarag'o, Twelfth and Main ..... ..Phono 379
Imporlnl Qarago, Third and Main Phono 130
J. S. Mills & Son, Sixth and Klamath .................. Phono 0
J. H. Qarrott & Son, Inc., 522 South Sixth ...........Phono 600
Link Rlvor Battery Station, Sovonth and Klamath ....................Phono 171
Klamath Falls Auto Co., 224 Main Phono ...
C. L. MoWllllams, 38 Main .-. ...............Phono 16
Reed Auto Supply Co., Bloventh and Main .. .............Phono 298J
Shasta Auto Top Co., Sixth and Main ...Phono 170J
Traffic Sales k. Sorvlco Co., 1270 Main .................Phono 4BW
W. S. Wakoflold, Fourth and' Klamath Phono 189W
White Pelican Qarago, 1266-1270 Main ......... ...........Phono 49W
Nuts and Bolts
A. COTTER MNN. '
KT had a little Ford,
4 she was very YY.
A rldo a day afFORDed BB
And sights 2 feast hor II.
All ihe JJ did NV her
And often trlod 2 TT,'
But KT spumed tholr MT talk
And called them NMBE.
KT says that Fords Xti
And sho Is very YY
Says they R EZ 2 UU
And she does not toil lies.
Barstow (Flat), Record.
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Add Peril of AntomobUlng
Wo understand that C. J. McClon
don la sufforlng from a sovoro soro
throat on account of standing onhla
hoad In a mudholo recently with his
There are more Ford
cars sold than any
other make of Auto
There are more Ford Trucks sold than 'any other
make of trucks
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There are . more ForHsoh Tractors rsold than any
other make of tractors
There must be a reason-
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SERVICE, PERFORMANCE, ECONOMY.
TELLS THE STOJtlY,
Danner-Patty Motor Co.
Eighth and Klamath
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In a British railway carriage, of
the typo known as "American" bc
causo unllko tho majority of cars It
has an alslo tho length of tho car,
Louis Hoagland and Ed McCollum on
tholr way homo from Franco, woro
standing in tho alslo. Nejirby' wore
seated a prim and olderly English
lady and her1 daughter, who wore
gathering tholr belongings, prepar
ing to alight at tho noxt station. Sud
denly tho lady nudged hor daughtor
and whispered: "Mary, mind what I
sayl When wo got off do Just as I do,
and back down the aisle. I can't toll
you why jutt now." Daughter obey
ed and both ladles loft tho train as
it departing from tho prosonco of
royalty. Safoly arrived on tho plat
form, tho daughter naturally aakod
why. "Mary," eald hor raothor, "you
saw those two American aoldlors
they call thorn doughboys, I bellove.
Woll, whon wo started to got out I
ovorhoard the ono they call Louie say
to tho ether: 'When thoso two domes
got off wo'Il pinch their seats!"
It All Depend
An old plug of a man may give an
automobllo born Just ono llttlo toot
and tho averago person wants to
lynch him, but a pretty girl may blow
tho blame thing slam out of the
frame and nobody pays tho slightest
attention to it. Isn't it funny what a
dlfforonco it makes!
You need only the evidence of
your eyes to be convinced that
the Paige seven passenger
"Lakewood" model is-a supreme
ly beautiful motor car.
But go just one step farther,
please, and take a single demon
stration behind the power plant
that is capable of seventy-five
miles per hour.
Then you will realize that this
car represents one of the most
important developments in the
field of six-cylinder engineering
t-CI Ukmooi t-Ptniir Tmntt Car, $t1iij.ci. Drtrit
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PAIOE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT
ilvfadtm of iW Mofor Cr ltd Xttttr Truck
' Imperial Garage
"AU 1U nam ImpUaa"
THE MOf-S-T""BEAUTIFU.X CARTR "XUBR.ICA
UP IN THE AIR, FOR PAIR
Besides having a faxlcab stand at
Its front door, the Hotel Astor in
Now York is going to have an air
plane stand on its roof. The man
agement is planning the construction
of a landing pa the west and of tha
roof. Passengers will register on the
roof and recelva their room keys
KEEPS INNER TUBES SOFT
A good way to provent hardening
of Inner tubes while they are stored
away during winter is to placa them
in hot water once a month or alz
weeks. After a few minute' Immer
sion, they should be dried thoroughly
and Inflated slightly befora being
hung up. This will keep tho rubber
soft and pliable.
"The Dependable Automobile1'
.The new "Maxwell" has stronger running "'gear
than cars many times its' weight. In fact, the Rear End,
Transmission and Differential were built ' strong
' enough for a ton and a half 'truck.
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