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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
HATCHWAY, MAVSH, 1021
CIWHM'.V J0IINH0N HAYS
There was A Ucnson
Charley Johnson tolla mis one,
and It has n point that ought to
carry It homo to any romi neg:
"Why tlo you turn out ror every
road hoc that somes along?" said tho
missus, rathor crossly. "Tho right at
way la ours. Isn't It?"
'nh. iindoubtcdty!" answered ho,
..imiv. "An far our turning out,
tho reason l plainly suggoBtod ln
nowspapor rocently: '
Horo lies tho body or wiuinm
Who died maintaining hie right ot
He "was right, dead right, aa ho
Hut ho's Just as dead aa It ho'd
been wrong." '
OH! CHER UP
John D. Itockorfellcr, Jr. "Thcro
lare some Instances whero It Is hard
to practico me uumvu uuiv.
No wonder tho prlco ot gasonno
Is high. '
PA8TE1M)AH1 13 GOOD
Ilex Ilonner, who conducts tho re
pair dopartmont of tho Whlto Peli
can garago, has had Installed, as part
ot his equipment, an oloctrlcal test
ing board that Is unlquo and ono ot
tho most cotnplcto In tho Mate.
"This board Is so arranged as to
naVo correct tests ot all kinds of
electrical appliances," said Mr. Hon
er, "such as colls, nrmaturcs, re
lays, cut outs, spark plugs, batteries,
lights everything olectrlcal connec
ted with automobiles. Tho time wis
when tho locating of troublo In tho
electrical equipment ot an auto was
more or less guess work and Its cor
rection was not always certain. With
this testing aparatus, tho troublo can
lio Instantly determined, located and
then after tho ropalr Is mado correct
"Aftor completing repairs on any
generator or startor, they nro placed
npon a test rack and driven by a
test motor under tho samo conditions
aa they opcrato on tho automobile.
Wo can test out tho voltago of the
generator exactly, so that when wo
finish a Job It Is done correctly and
FILMNQ STATION' GOSSIP
Ixsw McCall says that motorist
v nm. thrnurh Columbus Cn
routo for Kansas City have about
.. tniinu-lnr conversation when
Ihcy atop at tho filling statien: If
Ifa a Cadillac, tho driver says;
"How far Is It to Kansas City?"
-on hundred and forty miles,"
u, fhn renlv. "Glmmo 20 gallons ot
gas and a gallon of oil," says tho
driver. Then comes n Dulck and tno
chauffeur says: "How far Is to to
Kan mb City?" "Ono hundred and
forty miles." "(Jlmmo 10 gallons ot
ras and a half gallon of oil," and
bo drives on. Along comes tho ciIEHAMS, Wash., May 28.
flivver and tho driver uncrampsjj.,,,,,,, piates for Chchalls automo
blmself, get out and atotches and mes navo orrived. Tho plates are
asks: "How far Is It to Kansas j,n tnc coior8 of tho high ichool. tho
City?" "Oh, about 140 miles." "Is'wor.i 'Chohalls" In crimson on a
that all?" Glmmo two quarts of wa-igrny background. Theso olatcs nro
tt-r and a bottlo of '3 In 1,' and , , l. ,,.. .. town booster and
. .. ..!. ... K.ntll T rt . .... .
oiu iuib uu-i--iiuu """ "-i advertisement
la." Columbus Advocate.
A valuablo trick ot tho trado con
sists of carrying a largo Sheet ot
whlto pasteboard somowhero about
tho car under tho roar scat or un
nr thn tonncnu carpet or In tho
curtain-bag or undor tho rear deck,
It any, says Motor. Keep tho sheot
folded In half, so that ono side re
mains fairly clean. If you over havo
a night Job under tho car this
whlto surface will reflect a sur
prising amount of light from tho
head lamps or spotlight. By moans
ot a llttlo manipulation you can re
flect splendid light around a tiro
thnt nnrl rhnnclnr. or into the
lenglno compartment In an emer
AltE TO HOOST TOWN
llnnrv Ford "My life is do-
votod to peace" That is why Henry
baa started to fight
Both tho horso and tho cow, will
see tho day -when Henry Ford U
dono away with, but tho horseless
carrlago will go on forovcr,
Hovortlng to his early training, J.
H. Martin, In response to tho ques
tion, "How'a business?" nnswerod,
"Grinding along." Down nrouml tho
Acme things wcro humming, almost
with tho samo Bpeed of n year ago.
"Wo aro a llttlo surprised at tho way
business has kept up," continued Mr.
Martin, In a moro serious vein. 'Wo
alt know thnt money Is not as plen
tiful as It used to bo and that pooplo
nro a llttlo moro consorvntlvo In
spending It, but I really think that
when business men close their books
for 1921 they will bo ngi'eeably sur
prised at tho result. Most of thorn
will bo In tho frnmo of mind ot tho
old darkle woman down south, who
was colobratlng hor hundrodth anni
versary. Some ono In the crowd that
nssombled to help make morry for
tho old lady remarked: "Well, Aun
tlo, I supposo you've had lots of trou
bles nnd worries In your life?" Tho
old lady replied: 'Deed nh has,
honoy, nnd most of dem nobor hap
pened.' So It will bo with many of us.
That's about all there. Is to It."
And yo scribe can add a hearty
"Amen" to that sentiment.
HAVE VAIA'E CAPS
nnn.t throw away your valvo
caps. 'Scrow them on firmly nnd
provent air leaKago cere.
valvo plunged, a little mechanism
lnsldo tho stom, serves as an air
lock during Inflation, hut the. valvo
cap Is the secondary air seal
during usage Frew W. Voglcr of
ihi, Northwest Auto company, dis
tributors for Miller tlron ,adlsos
using the valvo to Inflate the tiro
and using tho cap to keep It In
flated. ItOV KNOWS
If you but know
What ngo would crave, '
Many a penny
Youth would save
' Oliver Wondoll Holme
And Hoy Anderson says ago may
crave a nlco shiny Oakland.
I HANDY GASOLINE VJNNEIj
I With an opening at one Hldo In
stead ot tho top. a gasollno funnel
for outoraobllos, and that can bo
carried In small space, has boon
Invented In England.
Get Rid of
I have installed the finest electrical testing ma
chine in Southern Oregon and one of the finest on the
coast. By its use we can locate your troubles exactly,
ascertain the cause and quickly eliminate them. What
is more, we can put your electrical equipment in fac
tory condition, which means in perfect working shape.
In addition we make a specialty of carburetor
work. If you are having difficulty with your carbure
tor, give us a chance to show you that we understand
our business. WE CAN FIX YOUR CARBURETOR.
You will find it to your advantage to bring your
general repair work to us. We are equipped to do it
quickly, efficiently and reasonably.
WHITE PELICAN GARAGE
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SERVICE- -TJLTIOH- j irmfms- '
,, " Gas- Oil-.Gtueases- Vui.cAYt.ziHe J a-ftjauyf vs ;
I ' II i The simplicity of the Coupe ap- J
B Wl I peals to women almost as much
I . i y J' s ' " Hi as its convenience and beauty.
I re r- t It -9 exceedingly easy to handle,
I TYJ 11 I " easy to care for, and easy to J
I , -It II 1 . adjust to any change of weather. J
H " 4 ' mmm H 1 Tb gasolln coniumption Is unututlly low,
H ' f 'I'M U I4 IH TtM tlr mllttgt U unusually high.
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