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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1921)
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HATUItDAY, JULY .'10 JOSl
I Now and old Chovrolot 4-DO prices now prices will Iio deslgnntod as(Tho lowest prlco wag In 1911 when' field users got Increased mllcago as
urn: touring enr, $0-15 and 1820, M022 models. Now and old prlccfjtho touring enr cost J3C0 and the tho nrburetor Jilllies vory drop of
roadster J36 mid 7'JG, sodanlare: 44 roadsti-r, IHOC, I179C; 45 runabout 1340. Kord business for) gasollno and handles the present dny
1 1 : i "in! 113711, roupu fllGB and f Ivy-passenger, 11G2G, J179G; 40
,$1325, lli;lii delivery wagon 04G thrno.pnssengor, coupir, I213G,
ami H20. 2C86; 47 five-passenger sodnn
I Oakland linn cut 260, which In $2436, $289G; 48 four-passenger
'18 per rent on oiicn enrs and 12como. S232S. 12&8G: 49 seven-
Pt n-nt on cloned. Tlio totirltiK
nir and roadster, formerly I13DG,
now noil for I1I4G, slid Iho coupo
Miilor Laml. In Its lr..i.. of jlyl ""'' ?'",n" ,,,,,l ",r l"i,r' l'",U""1 "'
1921, supplies ihn fnC and flg-i'"", '
ures listed below rolnllvo to prlco "r."H nr. cl",,,,"' now tha" Ul,,jr
'liil'IlC lint j IiAji In llm I.Llot.. . ..
pnmengor touring, $1736, $2005;
seven-passenger sedan, $2035,
All fUudobakor models havo been
April and May wan greater by low grade fuel with n morked degree.
r.C,C33 earn and trucks than for tho "Yes, I feel mire that there will bo
same two month of 1920; In fact, bolter time n, llttlo later on but 1
tho demand has been grontor than! am not suffering any now." added
tho supply so that tho output has! Mr, Honncr, as bo stopped on her and
been limited, not by unfilled orders,
but by luck of manufacturing fa
cilities. Tho biggest month In the
history of tho company was May
cut, tho prlco of model KJ-40 now,of this year when 101,424 enrs and
about 15 per cent,
ducllons oro 12 to
for example, Is now about clnl body
Cuts In tiro prlcos avcrogo passenger,
1C.8 por cent,
fabric tires 17 per rent, and tubes
20 por font. At tho sumo tlmo a
smooth tread 30x3 H to sail for
$13.95 Is announced.
Mlllnr has dropped cord prices
13 '4 pt cent; fabrlcit 17 por
cunt, and tubes 20 par cent. Tha
30x3 4 rord Is now $24 as ngolnst
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of Information comes directly from
liin manufacturers' huudguarturs.
Tho prices listed ro all f o b
at ,futory and, of courso, aro not
what tho earn would bo sold for
111 Klamath Kails, but tho Itcnm nro
Imporlnnl for all persons Interested
In tho possibility of purchasing a
car soon. Motor I.and states that
thn Hurt Motor Car comany has ro
duced tho prim of tho tourltiK car
and roaster from $1216 to $1116;
coup". $1806 to $ICR6; wlnn,
$1996 to $1836
Maxwell prices hnvn heon lowemd
1160, a total reduction from tho
blch level of Hoptomber, 1920, of
$310 on open cars and $360 on
closed ears New prlres arc lour
Inn enr, $8 46; roadster, $846;
coupe, $14 46; sedan, $1646
Tho Sorlpps-llooth 11-39 teurlni:
car Is now $1296, Instead of I in 45;
11-40 roadster, $1276, Instead Of
$1616; 11-41 sedan, $2100, as.
against $2296; 11-42 coupe, $1960,
Instoad of $2216.
Ilupinobllo models haro boon cut
$200 to $326. Hupp open modoU
nirw list at $1486, coupe $2400, no
l'alxe, Stephens and Oldsmobllo
ho unnnunrod that present prices
will bo maintainor.
being $1335 as against $1485, for
New prices of all models
KJ-40 roadster, $1300; npo-
trucks wero produced.
DAN' HYAS ASSKXEH
HIH tX)UUTH IIUICK.
roadster, $1696; flvo
$1336; sedan, $1996;
(loodyear ro-; model K1I-60 roadster, $1686; fire-
passcngor and four-pasongcr,'
$1036; coupe. $2460; sedun, $2260;
model KU-60, soven-passongcr,
$1986; coupe, $2860; sedan,
Now Chalmers prices are: flvo
psisenger touring, $1645; roadster,
$1496; seven-passenger touring,
1796; flvo passenger sport. $1199
coupe, $2295; sedan, $2415. Tho
V H IttlliluT bus droppel 11 to' nviiragn reduction Is about $300.
20 per cent. 16 per cent on Uscnl Tuo Chevrolet touring car has
tread tires and 17V4 por cent on ))Ce cul ,0 -u85 from 1134c,
iwmm.y. an.! i;nain ireaus. .,, roadster to $1185 from $1345.
Kelly Rprlngfleld has lowered all uud tho sedan and coupo from
$2076 to $1885.
Tomplsr prices hsvn
bo in cut
tires 20 per cent, except Kord sixes,
which aro 22 pur cent. Klsk has
dropped 12 i to 20 pur cent. Tim $600 on open models and $C00 on
l.eo Itubbcr and Tiro -omrmny hncloed modeli Tlio prlco of the
reduced Its regular cord nml fabrlcjtipen car Is now $2385, and clonoJ
tiros 20 per cent nud tho puretiiro car 3186.
pniof tires 16 por cent. Koystuno. TJl0 nl0lll rediictlnn 11 Kord
Tiro and ltubber compMiy hits ciit,,,rceil i,rnR, the prlco of this car
20 por cent from tho list. Thoinold'llow - neir lo prc.wnr lovol as
Itutiber company has wdl.ced th vcr may bo exne-ted. Tho tourlnit
list on all sixes 20 pvr cent, ex
cept 4l,4lch ilii-s. -which aro cut
23 per cent.
Ilulck prlco reductions and tho
nunouncoment of tho 1922 lino
wero simultaneous. Cars at tho
car went down to $415 from $440,
runabout $370 from $395, coupo
$695 from $746, sedan $760 front
$795, chassis $345 from $360. The
prices quoted nrn without starting
and lighting or demountable rims.
Great Future For
Ray field Carburetor
"Tho Hayflcld carburetor Is ex
ceeding my fondest expectations, and
I have reasons to believe that before
long, tho Itnyfleld will bo used quite
extensively In this county," said Ilex
Itcnner ns ho gathered up n bunch
of tools and started to climb Into a
walling machine to go out Into tho
country where a job was awaiting his
"Tho prices on the Itnyfleld nro
coming down, according to the cir
cular which I received today, but tho
exact prices havo not been snt to mo
yet. I find by experimenting on my
own accord that this carburetor has
power for all purposes, speed and
quick pickup and above everything
clso, economy In gas consumption,
Tho Itayflcld docs not "Just happen"
to bo tho best carburetor there's a
reason for It. Ten years havo been
spent In perfecting this vital part of
a car by a set of supercritical engin
eers nnd this fact ha8 been establish
ed by tho number of manufacturers
of high grado cars who havo adopted
It as a part of tbo standard equipment."
Dan Ityan has Just purchased his
fourth Dulclc, delivery of ono of tho
1922 Ilulcka just received by tho
Dulck Sales and Service company,
having been made yesterday by Man
ager Hoagland Of all tho Dulck fans
In the county, thcro Is not a bettor
ono than Mr. Ityan, and llko tbo old
saying, "the proof of the pudding Is
the chewing of the string," tbo proof
that ho likes tho Ilulck is the fact
that he buys and drives them.
Considerable Interest Is being man
ifested In tho forthcoming announce
ment of tho new Ilulck "Kour." Un
less something nnforsecn prevents,
tho specifications and price will bo
announcod next week, according to
Louis Hoagland, the local representa
tive. Ho has no doflnlto Information
n- to just what tboy will be, but ho
has beard enough to causa him to say
that "they will set cvoryone talking."
Operated by a vacuum motor con
nected with an automobile's intake
manifold by flexible tubing, a new
windshield cleaner Is kopt constantly
in motion as long as a valvo on the
motor is kopt open.
Women aro employed as drivers of
both private and public-hire vehicles
"Competitive tests show that Ray- In England.
Too Busy to
Discuss Fisk Tires
Tho automobllo gossip found gen
lal Charley Johnson seated on tha
curbing near his establishment, work
Ing a Klsk tiro looso from a rim on a
machlno. "Young man,' I'm tromen
dously busy In this period trying to
earn a few dollars and have llttlo or
nothing to say nbout Klsk tires. It
seems to mo that the Klsk tire talks
for Itself, for everytimo n purchaser
buys ono, that marks a new dato In
his tire purchases. He never "retires"
but what bo uses tho experience gain
ed from a satisfactory mileage and
from somo Fisk dealer a new tire U
"retired from sale." What othor ,
facts could you oxpect from me? t
just know that all my sales hare
been satisfactory to the buyers and
all tho talking I could do about
them would not make them last any
better than they do."
"You want to know how business
Is? Well, young man, I am doing my
sharo in this city and my patrons
aro paying cash for their buys. I'm
happy that I have that class of peo
ple to doal -with. Klsk tires have met
with tho prlco reduction but tha
quality is there. There If a pride
put Into that tire that the manufac
turers prize moro than they do a
volume of sales, for onco a patron Is
secured, tho aim of tho company and
over' dialer Is to keep him on tho
list and give him "complete satisfac
tion." You know, a satisfied customer
brings another, llko nn endless chain
proposition. You tell tbo world I'm
proud of the Fisk tiro and its record.
Como again sometime when I feel
llko talking longer but I must get
to work," and with that Charley re
sumed his labors on the tire without,
another upward glance.
! When a Better Car Is Built The BUICK WiU Build It!
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This is the message that the manufacturers of the
Buick blazoned to the world ince the first Buick car
was offered to the public. How well that promise has
been kept is best answered by the great increase in
Buick sales.. Here at home the Buick has been the
standard of quality. Each year has seen the number
of cars sold increased. This year, when the automo
bile industry has had the greatest struggle in its his
tory, there have been more Buicks sold in Klamath
county than were sold in any one year since the Buick
agency was established here. The reason for it is
that this year buyers look upon the purchase of an au
tomobile as an investment and scrutinize very careful
ly what they are putting their money into. That is all
we ask careful examination of what we have to offer
in automobile value. We know you will buy a Buick.
Carload of 1922 Buicks
And what cars they are! Everything that was good
has been retained and that means about 99$ with
the addition of those little refinements that add so
much to car comfort and convenience. We shall be
glad to give you a full demonstration at any time.
Ho! for the New Buick "Four"
The day is almost at hand when we can tell you
the secrets of the greatest "Four" in the history of au
tomobile history the Buick "Four." Complete speci-
fications will be here sometime next week and we ex- kJ!
pect to have our first carload of these greatest of all .
cars here about August 15. The demand for these
cars will be so great that only those who have placed
orders will stand any chance of early delivery. We
are taking conditional orders meaning that if you
are not more than satisfied with the Buick Four you
can get your money back' and have the order cancell-
ed. We know, however that there will not be a single
order cancelled for the new car will be t
THE GREATEST "FOUR" EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC
THE BUICK SALES AND SERVICE
I L. HOAGLAND, MANAGER
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