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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
HATUIIDAV, JUIiY 30 1021
Tim ntiloiuobllo situation In Klam
ath Couiit)', as vlowod by n mnjorlly
of dualnrn In nil iniiki'H of both high
nnd low priced cnrn, In nut no gloomy
tin iniiny pooplo Imnglno during t tilt
period when Hid nolito In iiiikIii Unit
"tlmen urn no Imnl" hy n liuncli of
cronkurn who immn hncuiisn tlmlr
profits urn only normal when Innt
your I hoy worn nn high iih 300 per
cont! At leant, tlio majority or the
dealers tmvo mot tlio changed condl
tlnint ami hnvo stopped tint leaks mill
settled down lo in Id, hnrd hunlnnnn
with it iliiliirnilimtlon to succeed don
plto tlio readjustment tlinl niTcBuiir-J
lly means cutting out foolish rlnkn
finil iitltilif Inir it rntluArvfiflvn tinllnv
Tim situation ns summed iii iiImv
ly In n nlut tiinttt miiilo liy nno denier
In mm, who In commenting on the
present nltiintlon, nuniirked, "Dur
ing thn period Irtnt year when even
children drow high wages, as much
a wmV n I wan accustomed to rarn
Ing In two months hack In 195, 11
warn or hulnin'i Ininnlty took pon
seulnn or tin It seemed easy to ohlnln
money at any turn or thn gamn and
wn xtindid credit to practically
everyone who wanted to huy n car on
partial payments' Wry row aula hod
led in i 11 received H thnn IS n day
for the rnmmunent-of lahor while,
skilled workmen drow iih high "
SX ninl 1 1 0 rotulltloiift truly merit
ed iih taking a rink Hut that wan litnt
year and not thin year' Men were In
time no lined to spending money
recklennly without a thouuht of to
morrow except to 'lot roino that
would," nnnn of un really reckoned
thnt n would hnvn to pay thn fiddler
In the end Wo all dnnred thn wild
dunce of n foollnh prosperity without
following thn old adngo, 'l.ny nntdn
for thn rainy day' Now wo rind It
inoet difficult to ndjunt ourselves to
thn fact that thn regime of reckless
spending hnn council. Tukn my own
cane Innt year when I wanted any
thing I Just walked In and bought,
tinvnr Inquiring nhout thn cont, for n
toll of cimh wiih In t.iy pocket, "I'd
huvo inoro thn next day to ruplncn It
I paid Junt what wun nuked, That
kind of upending w.ih common with
nil chmnen and wh In tlio donlru In
ntlll strong to 'wi nt thin mid that'
now I Innulre rlrnt and huy lifter
wnrdn If thn diwlrnd artlclu In out
of my llinll. I nlinply k without for
I citnniit npunil at a rule or 160 when
my Incomn Ih only f ,ll. t am at Innt
being taught hy thin mad experience
to hn riiutlotln again, an hunlliunn, af
ter nil In nothing Iuhh than n cold
liloodnd law of nupply and ileiiiiiiul."
Thn dealers In thn cam which urn
priced ut JI200 ami under nru ntlll
selling ram hut tliere hnn lieiui no
nali'H In romparlnoii to what took
placo Innt year, Tim higher priced
rarn urn moving nlowly and are taken
hy thn Healthier rlnnn who have
ready muaun to pay an they go. A
volumn or hunlfienn hnn henn opened
to thn dealnrn who arn "traders" nnd
In thin manner, n steady run or ntnnll
money hnn coinii to thn onoi who
uaod thin method to kcop the ntock
A majority or thn dealnrn rent that
another harvent will hava to comn he
fore thn rendjuntment In hunlunnn will
ho In effect and tho furiner will hnvn
lo hare an opportunity to meet up
with liln changed soiling condition!.
When a nleady volumn of regular
hunlnenn again In thn fortunu of nil
murchantn and hunlnenn men nnd tho
penpln ran ndjunt thoinsolvcs to llv
InfC within thn hounili or thnlr In
come, thn aulomohlln gnino will he
enlabllnhed on hanln that no wave or
lirunpnrlty ran ever again caiinu the
auto dealer to forget caution or nnund
hunluem "home nenne."
Business Good In
TOW MM: HOOK DIWItlllCD,
A ronvnnlniit hook for thn end of a
tow linn in made In thn form or n
cork screw, which In rolled nrouud
thu line It In a mutter or niiciindn to
attach or detach thin device and the
hook will never drop off or cut the
rope, an nonietlmen otherwlnn hop-penn
"Am I Kind that I'm soiling enra In
Klaiuntli County- well I nhould nay
so with umplinnln on thu 'Kind' part,"
announced l.ou Arena or thu Clinvro
lot nRoncy ycntnrdny nflonioon when
nnknd about hln trip to I.ako county,
"Thu rent of thono hoyn who nro In
tho car or thu gam go gaino, can b
delighted that thnlr estuhllnhmonl
nru located hern and not In Inku
county at pronent, for flnnnclal con
dltlonn makii -It Imponnlhlu for thu
furmern to buy nnythlnR, oven whllo
exrepllonnl crom nro (heir lot this
fall, Hheopmen nru holding tho nack
whllo thn cattlemen nro a llttlo hotter
off owing to borrowing lonn money
at thu hank. Very fow cam of any
nuiku nro being nold In l.nko county
tmliiy and I do not antlclpntu any
volume of luminous until next har
vent In thn car or truck lino. Most of
thu earn nru traded In on long tonus
hy outsldo traders."
"What about tho Chevrolet nnlcn?
Well, tlio pronpoctn look hotter. Tho
farmern arn buying only cam which
will produco renulln, whllo thono
who heretofore hough! high-priced
cam arc sacrificing pornonnl desires
for satisfactory; economical, busln-onj-llko
trannporlntlon. Kconomy Is
tho watchword both In Klamath and
l.nko counties today and for that
rnason, tlio Chevrolet In growing In
demand an It meets, UP with tho re
quirements, "Tho 1922 Chevrolet cars Dare n
now differential which wilt mnko at
leant 100 per cent Improvement over
pant models. Thn operation will bn
iiilelcr and thn nmnll refinement
features embodied In thn new modoM
nro very attractive to buyern. I feel
optimistic deipltu present circum
stances nnd know that h normal con
dition will soon bo asserting Itself In
General Reduction in Price of
rui:uniT c.u auto tiuvk.
To nolvu tho problem of rrelght
congentlim. one vnterprlslng body
building concern hnn designed un nu-'
toniohlht truck freight car body to
carry big loads, and which hnn pryved '
Itn usefulness. I
itu.i: mil oii.ino chassis
Ileforo oiling a chasnln make sum
thnt nil oil holes, even though they
are provided with covers, nro free
of dirt. Merely plnclng oil In tho
proper rupn doe not always Indicate
that tho friction surface beneath Is
Utlng lubricated. If thu nil passngo
no oil would ponotrato to tho point
was clogged with sediment probably
whern It was needed.
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