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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1921)
PIUDAY, MAnCII, 18, 1021.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
BUILT FOR ISDTISFIEO USERS
SPEED AND ! RECOMMEND !
FOR POWER, THE WATERLOO
"Tho nutamolillo Is proving Its
valuo as a pnrt of tho school equip
ment of both country and city
schools," says Lou Arcns, WJilto Pel
ican .garage, local dealer In Chevro
let passenger nnd commercial cars.
"It has extended tho scope of rural
education. In tho past tho little red
A four-passongor Cole-Airo 8 will j The Waterloo Hoy. tho tractor
i have n place at tho auto show. This tho IlnMwIn Hardware company has
exhibit will bo a sport model, price nken under Its wing, will bo shown
I3S0O. here, and Its chief assets. nt tho nuto show In tho llaldwln
like all Coles, aro Its speed and pow- Hordwaro company booth. Speak
er. An aluminum body assists a w of this reliable tractor. Mr.
wonderful tnglne In tho speed this nnldwln observed that tho best
car can attain. It Is tho samo old Tccommomlatlon for nnv farm ma.
nchoolhouse attracted to Its classes I reliable car with which dlscrtmln- yhlno Is tho reputation that It has
only such pupils as could make their i ntliiB nuto people aro so familiar, 'established tor satisfactory work In
way to It afoot or by a slow "hltch."j and Is suro to mako a tremendous the hands of users who hnvo In
Now rural schools as a class nro lar- j hit with all show attendants, Is what , vested their money In them. The
nor and more modern structures i Mr. McWllllnms, local agent, says user tu tho court of lost resort
equipped for the study of higher about It
subjects than wero tho country1
schools of a tow years ago, and class
es nro mado up of pupils who live In
a wldo rango of territory. '
"Many pupils of country schools
today who do hot travel to school j
dally In tho family car aro carried .
tram their homes directly to the
schools by automobile buses oper
ated as n part of tho school equip
ment under tho direction of school
authorities. In some districts men
toachors aro employed to drUe the
school buses. This sorves to dis
"Attendance records In schools
served by nuto buses nro better the
year 'round. Storms do not keep
tho children away, because they can
A Columbia sport model will grnco ,.. .....
one of the two booths to be occu-j TBnI.,onBlmnIo
Pled by J. It. Oarrott & Son at the, onalol mncn0,o
uuiu snow. ino v,oiumoia is
Ills verdict determines the. success
br falluro of tho machlno us u mar
ketable product. Tho Wuterloo Hoy
has been In tho hands of tho users,!
tor moro tnan live yearn, ami nas
been put through a real test. Tho
Baldwin Hnrdwaro company will
hnvo n representative on hand to
toll you nil about this tractor but
as a tcroword presents tho follow-,
m iv i,
slx-cyllndcr. medium price car. and Two pcC( f0rward-Hlgh, 3
I In tho city of Detroit last year rank- ... Dor hour. ..... ,., m(M .
ed next to tho Ford In tho number hour.
of sales. Mr. Garrett passed the Transmission-Spur gear trans-'
buck to Tho Herald by saying that;mlM,on oncloso ln ll!lt roof ca,0
, tho Columbia has too many sub-U i i
...u ..i.t.-.i unu, uvifliiDU .ill:; Villi . mil Ul'ill'u l
rldo safely and snugly to their class-1 """ "'" nu iuo man imngs inml tunnnB n 0lt. Oonrs case
es. to rocommend It to permit him toj HvaU rollor bearingsEleven In
"Tho city or Seattle for example. I dwe" ul'on thom J""1 at thls llme- as Ml. giving' reduced bearing-friction
employs attendanco officers who uso ! bo was very bU8J' ln8ta'HnB It In Its lobg nnd ncrcagca drnwlng power,
passenger automobiles to travel : b00,h at tn0 Acmc Kunge. where, Pulley Driven direct from engine
' about tho streets during school hours ', tno aut0 "how vin bo boM N'everthe-' crank ghnfl No Bcnr8 jn mc8h.
nnd o.uestlou any child of school age;',M8' wnon the now Pns ul' tncrc! every ounce of power used,
encountered. j wln bo omcono right on deck to tell Drvo wnecl in furrow I'rovonts
"In Detroit the automobile Itself' aU aboul ,he Columbia, and nil tho' s,)o ,raft on ,oth ,,ow nn, tractor
Is n subject of study ln kindergarten ! company wishes to say at this time v0 gtcorng dovlco necessary,
classes. Pupils are taught tho laws ls: Mcct u at ,ho aut0 ,,low" Designed nnd built entirely In
,ono factory; no assembling.
Advertising pays. Try It and soo. Hopalrs Low repair costs;
. prompt John Dcero repair service.
of traffic regulation. This helps thom
to tal;o better caro of thcmsolves
on tho streoU and highways nnd lays
the ground work for Intelligent op
eration of cars later ln life."
Is needed nnd this may bo dono by
placing tho head of a Jack against the
hub of tho wheel and tho baso of the
I Jack on tho protruding portion ot tho
! rim. Thus sprung a little, a ham-
I homk .m.um: com ciiisi;i
m.n miiiIj -mit mt rra Thus sprung a little, a ham-! Dy taking an old Ford drlveshnft
When a rlra with tire Is mounted mer blow will slldo the rim over the' and flattening tho Tear end to form a
on tho wheel It often happens that, edge of .tho wheel. In most cases of chisel edgo an Ingenious car owner
It remained for the Reo engineer to, as usual,
show the way. In this new "Six" motor, the gas passcB
through corridors that measure 24 inches from carbu
retor to valves first heated to facilitate mixing, then
tempered to just the right degree by the heat in cylin
der heads, modified by the flowing water. The Reo
owner will profit by this great improvement in fuel
economy at the same time that he will feel it in the in
creased power of the motor.
Another imprevement: By means of a new attach
ment, the air may be controlled to compensate for
varying climatic conditions. Whether at the Equator
or at the Poles, you need never touchL your carburetor.
You'll have to see this to fully appreciate this Reo sys
. tern. 'The use of graphite bronze bushings in the valve
guides is another Reo innovation that will be generally
copied. This solves one lubricating problem that has
hitherto been baffling.
We pioneered also when we adopted Lynife pistons
two years ago. Imitators have tried to get by with a
less percentage of aluminum and failed. Reo never
sets a price before hand and then builds to come within
that price. So we never need td skimp either on work
manship or materials. If we attempt anything we do
it thoroughly we make it right or not at all. Lynitc
pistons cost a lot more, but are worth all they cost as
insurance against scored cylinders.
THE GOLD STANDARD VALUE
Acme Motor Co.
tho rim cannot be moved Into place. this kind the mero operation of tho
remaining partly on and partly off. i ack will forco tho rim over the
Slight sprlr.ging-of tho rim Is all that wheel.
made an extremely ctfcctlvo cold
chisel for cutting oft tho head of
rivets located In Inaccessible places.
Why Essex Set a
World Sales Record
Thero Is no secret back of the Essex triumph.
It made the Issuo on finest car quality, without useless size or
weight. That issue Is uppermost today. For flno performance,
durability and economy 'of upkeep and operation are more Im
portant now than evor. . '
And with tho Essex you sacrltlco no pleasure, comfort' or per
formance ability that the largo, high-priced car can glvo. Judgo It
by trial. Match its speed, hlll-climblng ability and riding easo
Your own oxpcrlenco will confirm tho endurance and perform
ance by which Essex accomplished its unrivalled records ot travel
ing 3,037 miles In fifty hours and in four times breaking tho trans
continental record between San Francisco and New York, its fast
est trip being 4 days, 14 hours and 43 minutes.
Tho Essex has won Its position because it tills a want that
can be supplied nowhero else. It has met no competition because.
It tills a field to Itself. Everyono who has over ridden in an
Essex knows why no rival challenges its leadership.
AMERICA'S FIRST CAR
ONE OF THE BEST
The Haynes Car needs r"
no introduction. It
stands today in- the
highest ranks of the
Automobile Industry, v.
ACME MOTOR CO.
TODAY'S MARJCET EMPHASIZES
ITS PRICE ADVANTAGE
Price comparisons are the first inquiry
of judicious buyers today.
We feel no need to call attention to
Super-Six quality. That you know well. Its
leadership is an old, accustomed position
now in its sixth year as the world's largest
selling fine car.
But we do not urge specific attention to
its price. We urge you to compare it with
the price of cars to which you have always
compared it in quality, performance and
We know such examination can only en
hance appreciation of its value. You will
acknowledge a price advantage in Hudson
not found in any car of its quality.