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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1921)
FRIDAY, MAIlOa, 18, 191.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Iloolh 10 at the nuto show will In
.tprwt nil fnrmerK. In this booth
will lio seen tho S-16 Intornntlonnt
BlKticd to burn that fuel.
Thla tractor rocs' to tho purchaser
equipped with fcmlorn, high tonslon
magneto, governor, nnil bolt puller.
i The motor Is enclosed, making It
I ittmh-nrnnf Thnrn nrn flttrn lnrce
benrliigs In tho crank-shnft ami con
necting roils. This cuts ilown the
wenr on tho mnchlne, reduces tho
cost of repairing, nnd Just naturally
makes It last longor.
J. 8. Hills & Son, tho only agents
In this part of tho country, liavo
sold six of these tractors since they
took the agency. Of the six It was
tractor, tho llttlo aid to farmers j necessary to answer a call for holp
thnt nlwrays gives big results, there
by demonstrating thnt the biggest
pieces of machinery, like tho biggest
men, physically, do not nWnys attain
tho most extcnslNc results. As
Frank Mills, of J. S. Mills & Son,
snys, tho Intcrnatlon.il Is tho biggest
little machine In tho world today, and
the world knows It, because It Is be
ing used right now In every part of
tho world where n tractor can be of
any serrlco at nil. There nro other
sites of Internationals such as the
10-20 .and tho 15-30 but tho S-16
Is tho ono that has found the most
favor among tho progressive farm
ers In tho northwest, and so that Is
tho slzo of tractor that will be shown
on the exhibit floor at this show.
The International docs best work
when plowing, but of courso it gives
satisfaction a wholo mllo uldo when
used for pumping, threshing, nnd
olhcr stationary work. Two 14-Inch
plows is what Is recommended as a
load that will give good service.
For ditching, too, said Mr. Milts, it
Is unbeatable. As an Illustration, last!
from only ono of them. .At
thnt nothing wns wrong with the
tractor except trouble In the radiator,
an accumulation of dirt preventing
the procuring of sufficient air for
There nro always two or threo of
these tractors on the sales floor of
the Mills & Son establishment bore,
but. then, they will toll you
It, nnd lots more Interesting things
when you gee this tractor on tho ex
hibit floor. llooth 10, thnt'fl the!
word. Mr. Mills, senior, nnd Mr.
Mills, junior. Invito you to qulzz
them until you nro tired rolntlvo to
"Urease nnd oil. cl and grease
That's what tho Klamath gurnge Is
going to eihlblt at the auto show,"
said Mourlco llr.in proprietor of
this garage. Mr Hrkiui. who en
tered tho ranks of gurnge owner
only a couple of month ai:o. is dovnt i
Ing big slices of his attention to the
snlo of both olN and greases for
nutos, trucks, tractor and engines
j of any kind, nnd it twiklng the busi
ness buzz along In great shape
At tho nuto show, this garage will
display Standard Oil products nnd
nlso Holllngshend products. Tho lat
ter Includes greases only, but tho
Standard Oil products include both
oil anil creases. '
In addition to the ) and grease
oxhlbltR tho Klamath gar.ge will dis
play notices to tho effect that expert
car repairing Is its .(.pcclalty, and
that wbllo thoy are friendly to cunt
of any make, they wish to bo known
particularly as Ford exports. Wash-
OLD UVIlOIt II.U.li SOU)
PIUMPSUUIIO. Mont., Mnrch IS
Tho Miners' Union hnll at Oraii'
Itc, a sliver mining camp four miles Ing and greasing cars is
up tho mountnin from here, famous ; Klamath garage specialty, and
35 years ago as ono of the richest notices will tell you so in plain terms.
silver districts In the world, has been ' I.nst but not least this garago will
( sold by tho westorn federation of give you day nnd night sorvlco at
miners for $150. It most $41,600, ,423 South Sixth Mrcet. and In gtv-
fall ono International owner ditched I nnd at tho ,,m0 wa8 ""0 "nMt tcm-'nB ls service, and service of any
6 mlle In n Jinlf ilnv. tho netunl U" ol ,auut u iu "i. mu Kinu. ir. uryun wani n io do Known
ditching being dono by P. & O. doublr '
two story brick '.u i vi dodl-
wing ditching plows. j cn,cu ln 18"'
Again, to show the substantial me-; unlon mombe.l.t.
chauism of the International, Mr. ; bcrc1 oPProxiu
Mills cites the cose of J. F. Loosolr.lnB wl" b" lorn &
.Son, of Ft. Klamath, who plowed
250 acres, disked 400 acres, drilled
700 acres, and hauled a binder over
400 more acres, and after this was
done, on being overhauled, they wore
ablo to remove only ono shim from
either of tho two connecting rods.
nnd lumber It contain
n. . ium-
tTjo o Mid-
(that ho Is not encumbered with tho
agency for nny car In tho world. That
gives him plenty of tlmo to attend
to the ills of any of them, and tho I
advertising at his booth will tell nil
of these things just us plainly as It
Is being told here. He bos been In
this city In his capacity as auto me-, I
chanlc six years, and his work Is
I SPOKANE. Wash., March IS. J. well-known. Anyway, bis exhibit can
1 It. Howard, of Chicago, presldont of j be found in tho acct-nory room
tho American farm bureau fedora-
and were unable to rcmoro oven ono tlon, It has been announced, will be, XO TAIL LIMITS VI X I'D
shim from tho other two. ono of tho principal speakers at the' Yl'BA CITY, 'March 19 -Se,ven
Tho International burns kerosene Northwest livestock conference to be teen offenders of the tail light law
as well as gasoline. That makes It, held here March 22, 23
and 24.i were haled before Justlco W K.
qutto economical to operato, nnd Stockman from Idaho, Montana, Tucker by City Marshal C K Mas
kerosene gives splendid satisfaction.' Washington and Oregon are expected ten and his deputies nnd each of-
Fact is, tho International Is de-'to bo In nttendance. fender pleaded guilty and was fined. t
"This is a Studebaker Year"
THERE isn't a handsomer car on the market at any
price than the 60-horsepower BlG-SlX. In appearance
it is exceptional the clean-cut aristocratic stream-lines,
the beautiful bevel-edge body, the superior finish and atten
tion to little details of equipment all these contribute to the
car's striking beauty.
The BlG-SlX is the finest seven-passenger motor car Stude
baker has ever built. It is distinctly a quality car, intended as
such, and for comparison only with tne very best.
Though large and roomy, the BlG-SlX is of moderate weight,
refined by tne use of costly alloy steels, and lightened by the
simplicity of Studebaker construction. Only because of Stude
baker's great resources and manufacturing experience can a
car of this quality be produced to sell at cucli a moderate price.
Compare Studebaker Cars, point by point,
with any other cars on the market, and
we will be satisfied with your judgment.
ALL STUDEBAKER CARS ARE EQUIPPED WITH
CORD TIRES-ANOTHER STUDEBAKER PRECEDENT
DUNHAM AUTO CO.
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