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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1921)
THE-EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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TO PKEVHNT GAS LKAKAflK
At a tlrao whon gasoline li oxpon
Ito and tho producers aro straining
Tory rosourco to koop tho supply
qunl with tho demand, onch ownor
Should guard ngnlnst leaks in this
carburetor. With tho Ford car a
hut-off yalro In tho fuel lino Is pro
tided by- tho maker, but to roach It
Involves crawling under tho car or
lifting tho floorboard and dirtying
tho coat bIcovo. To obvlato this dif
ficulty, n motor magazlno ndvlsca, It.
la n Blmplo rnnttcr to lead a stiff wlroj
rod through tho floorboard to tho
VAIA'H CAP TO 11B JIAltKKTKt)
Tho Ideal Talvo cop, a sprlns do
vlco to roplaco tho scrow cap on tiro
valves, Is to bo placed on tho mnrkot
during tho coming year In consider
able quantity by tho Idoal Accessor
ies corporation. It has boon an
nounced. Tho cap Is a local Inven
tion, having been designed by A.
Eckcrson, and Is claimed to bo
sturdy and efficient In keeping out
dust from tho valvo and at tho samo
ttmo quickly taken off or put on.
A spring and locking dovlco Is
used which allows tho cap to bo put
shut-off valve, bending ono end and ', taken oft In a quarter turn.
drilling It for n cotter pin, and loop
ing tho other for a finger hold.
TiNFOiTi van USK
A burned-out fuso on one's car In
tho country Is very Inconvenient If
thoro nro no spnres with which to
whereas tho well-known scrop cap
dovlco requires something llko CO
turns to release. Portland Orogon-lan.
Tin: MOTOR TIWJCK.
If nil tho motor trucks In tho Unit-
ronlaco It. but If tho motorist wlllicd Stntcs wero left In garages for
carry a llttlo tinfoil In his box of ' fortyelght hours tho country's busl-
odds and ends ho can mako n service-' ns wou,d b0 Paraiyied
ablo temporary repair In a minute.
An a matter of fact, anyone who
smokes clgnrottca or chows gum or
oats candy on tho road usually has
somo tinfoil on his person, and so It
Is not necessary to mako a special
point of Including It with tho tools.
To rehabilitate tho burned fuso It Is
wrapped with ono of two layers of
tho foil, and reinserted in tho fuso
box. Caro should bo taken not to
'wrap tho fuso too heavily, as If this
Is dono dambgo Is llablo to result Xo
tho wiring if it is suddenly stressed
with an overload. Motor.
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A futuro garago man arrived at
tho homo of Ed Dunham early this
woek, and tho automoblla fraternity
Is now waiting Impatiently for Ed
to take thorn Into his confldcnco, tell
them whether tho arrival is a 1921
model, air or water cooled, and how
far it will bo able to travel on a gal
lon. These, and other things, Ed's
frlonds want to know and ho can
confer a real favor on them by throw
ing open the throttle, and giving
them all he's got.
Tho auto show Is coming, and with
It will come a galaxy of smart cars
that will make you want one, suro
Food commodities would not movo
from farm to railroad station; from
freight depot to city rotaller; from
rattler to consumer.
Deliveries of nil other merchandise
In municipalities would halt.
For n day or two masses of goods
would pllo up nt railroad terminals.
Tho motor truck and tho railroad
today rank as America's most im
portant transportation agencies.
Tho horse-drawn dellvory wngon
has bocomo comparatively rare.
Tho motor truck is ovcrywho
offlclcnt, swift and dependable
Tho city already bolongs to It.
It has conquered tho suburbs.
It hnstens Into rural districts
fast as good roads aro provided.
PACIFIC HIGHWAY GOOD
KUQENE, Or., Fob. C Engineer
J. C. McLcod of tho stnto highway
department whllo In tho city a few
days ago said that tho Pacific high
wny Is now in good condition nil tho
wny from Portland to Yoncalln,
Dougtas county, and most of tho way
south of that placo, although there
nro a numbor of quite bad strotchM
In different pnrts nt southorn Oro
gon, Mr. McLcod has rccontly In
spected tho work of Wnshburno &
Kail, contractors on tho Eugene
Florence highway by wny of tho
"low pass," and found good prog
ress has been mado dosplto tho. vory
OUT OF SIGHT
Tho topic under discussion was tho
advantago of a woman's stocking as
"Nowadays, women woar hoso so
thin that you can read tho sorlaf
numbor on tho bills in tho bankroll,"
advanced tho New England guy.
"Oh, I admit tho prlnclplo Is all
right, but tho monoy draws altogeth
er too much interest," persisted tho
Phllco will bo explained at the auto
Two cars collide on an icy pavement
Both were badly damaged, but nobody
loses. They were both insured by
DUNBAR & DUNBAR
General Insurance Brokers
Klamath State Bank Bldg. Phone 410
We ask you to take just one
demonstration in the new Paige
"Lakewood 6-66" and judge it
from the standpoints of power,
speed, acceleration, spring sus
pension and general motor
Get the facts actual lapsed
time of the tests and make a
record in your notebook. Then
take a second demonstration in
any other car at any price
and compare the results. That
is all we ask.
PAip.B-PETROlT MOTOR CAR CO., DETKOIT
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A rough and ready method of test
ing tho alignment of tho trout wheels
Is to Jack tlicso wheals up nn equal
dtstanco from .tho ground and spin
them. Whllo thoy aro revolving drnw
a lino on tho center of tho tires with
a plcro of chalk. Monsuro tho (lis
tan co from tho lino on ono tiro to tho
corresponding lino on tho other tiro
nt tho holght of tho hub and bath
boforo and behind tho front axle.
Tho approved gather will work out
at about three-eights of an Inch.
AUTO CHAIN PUMj
Tills is n dovlco to glvo tho car
traction when tho wheels nro slip
ping In mud or heavy sand. It con
sists of two steel pins which aro
sunk Into tho ground and which havo
at tholr upper ends an anchor plato
for gripping tho end of an ordinary
tiro chain. An attachment secures
tho othor end of tho tiro chnln to
tho rear wheol, and causes tho whcol
when revolved to mount tho chain
and climb out of tho mud. As .tho
rear wheels pass over tho anchor
plates tho chains automatically unhook.
Tho chief dlfforonco between buy
ing a now car and a used ono Is that
when tho new ono goos on tho bum,
tho owner hasn't tho satisfaction of
blaming somobody olso.
California, Iowa, Nebraska and
South Dakota can carry their cntlro
population in their own motor vehicles.
Slnnapaschugy is tho word coined
by tho Navajo Indians of Utah for
motor car, and it is literally trans
lated to mean wagon that goes with
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can be. Your battery can be depended upon to deliver
all the power needed.
The Philadelphia Grid Battery will increase your
motoring pleasures. Let us sell you your next battery.
The Electric Shop
Chas. D. Garcelon
123 South Sixth St.
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Why Women Love to
Drive the Chandler
THOUSANDS of women drive the Chandler Six, and love to drive
it becauseJt is eo aoy to handle, so responsive, so dependable and
so marked in good style.
Many women are driving their own new Chandler coupes this Fall.
The Code is their car for ail season snug and cozy in rata or snow
or wind, and open as a roadster when tho sunshine H is warm and soft
breezes blow. Luxuriously comfortable at all times.
CHANDLER MOTOR GAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO
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