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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALL 3, OREGON
SATURDAY,, OCTODKR 82, 1021.
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Halt an hour will got hor to a
placo In tlio Lost rlvor section, and
after parking tho car and taking tlio
key out sho propnres to crawl Into
ambush and wait for tho feathered
prey, lint not without a prayor of
thanks for tho car that mtulo this
glorious trip poislblc.
Hunting season or not, a car to
a woman Is a necessary thing and
an Item of happiness. A woman op
nrntor can bn all sorts of lioln to
Hunting season, cold weathor, nnd ,,, r,miIv. ,Vhen sho Isn't shnnlne
your husband's or fattior's, or your off on ft h,lntinB oxpodltlon, sho can
own car aro tho women going to
lt back and lot that car freoio up?
They might' hnvo In our. mother's
day, but that day Is long past! It
makes n woman -pretty peevish when
sho Is, compelled to stay' homo over
tho week-cud and toast hor feet bo-
help a lot by acting nf chauffeur.
Tho pessimist crys that women are
not responsible, but If ono Is a true.
optimist ho must admit that a man
la as often to blamo as a woman
when an automobllo accident hap-,
pons. 'Every' man could nddrto,tno
foro tho flro whllo hubby or brotnor ploasuro otxhIg trlp ,tho would tr8t
goes oft with his friends for a good
duck shoot, 'bur If sho's a Clever lit
tle lady Blie will put It over tho mon
In her family by slipping off during
IVa WaaI4 ah AH MMA 4tA MtAn4nA
promises fair shooting llp off IrijCfOSing HtgilWay
mastor w.tlk homo for luncheon!
A car to a-tvoman durlnc hunting
season Is n gbasend. Sho, as a gen
eral rulo, t-asn't tho lovo for hunting
"which would causa her to walk miles
to a duck pond, or rambla over hills
and hills to reach a good gooso or
quail country.-but with a car at
hand to carry her to tho desired
vantage point all Is changed. Tho
girl of this, ago gets aa much of a
kick out of a Hunting trip, with her
car loaded with a reliable friend, a
20-gauge shot gun, easy to handlo
and lacking tho terrific rebound of
Its big brother, and plenty of ammu
nition as the girls of a generation
ago got "out of a hlko through a
country lano to a barn danco or
'quilting party and such used to bo
pretty Uvoly affairs,
Tho Way It sometimes happens ac
cording to a woman's fcrslon, Is
when cloudy, with a hint of rain per
haps tonight is dad's birthday and
a duck supper by way of surprise,
wouldn't bo out of order.' Sho bor
rows tho car'and waits for tho at
mosphere to clear. (Then with her
heart thumping with excitement and
with a thrill running all over her
body,-sho climbs Into hunting toga,
good heavy wool socks and boots,
dlsrcputablo looking khaki trousers
and Jacket and slapping on a horri
ble old hat over a perfect marcel,
sho la off In tho car for a duck pond
his wlto to drlvo him from ono pond
to another, especially If ho has hunt
ed until ho's dog tired
Gaps M.Lane Co.
EUGENE, Oct. 22. The unpaved
gaps In tho Pacific highway through
Lane county are rapidly being filled
up and within a week or so there
will bo a continuous stretch of hard
surface from tho northern bound'
ary of tho county to Douglas coun
ty oxcopt a short dlstanco through
Cottago Grove. '
When the highway through Lane
county Is paved ono may bo ablo
to- drlvo all tho way from Corral
Us to .Drain, a distance of about
80 miles on hard, surface, either
asphalt or concrete with tho slnglo
exception noted, and tho unpaved
streets In Cottago drove, over
which tho highway Is routed aro
oxpectcd to bo paved early, noxt
Tho only detour around paving
operations In Lane county is that
which leads oft to tho cast from
Goshen and through tho Cloverdale
country, rojolnlng tho highway at
INITIALS ON RADIATOR
To mako automobiles distinctive
a New York Inventor has patented
a process for producing designs or
initials on tholr radiators by par
tially expanding certain of the cells
after they are assembled.
Get results by using class ads.
Recent visitors nt McCook flold,
tho, homo of tho englnoorlng division
of tho alrsorvlco at Dayton, Ohio,
havo ' boon astonished at tho gyra
tions of a brightly painted three
wh'eoled vehicle which has. been dash
ing to and fro botweon tho buildings
and among tho alrpancs on the field'
under no vldlblo means of control.
.It Is' 'often soon 'td approach a'
group of persona hlowlng Its horn'
Wildly, and then when apparently'
about to' strike thorn; to stop short
with scrcechtag'brakcs, back up with
loudly clanging blow; make a sharp
turn to the right or loft, and to start
oft in tho opposite direction.
Great mystification has been
shown as to 'tho method of operation
of this car; some visitors even wond
ering If porhaps a combination of
tho heat and newly made home brew
may not havo had a delotorlous effect
upon their observation powers. Thuy
are oft times considerably relieved
to learn that tho car Is actually per
forming as they havo seen It, though
tho myatory Is lessened but slightly
wnon they learn that tho movements
of tho car are controlled entirely by
radio impulses, which aro sent out
from tho radio station at the oppo
site end of tho flying field. The fact
that thero Is no aerial or antonua By
stem vlstblo merely adds to tho mys
Tho car Is of cigar-shaped con
struction about 8 feet long, and runs,
on three pcnumatlc tired wbeets. U
travels 'at1 speed ranging from !
miles per hour to 10 mles per hour
and tho controls are so finely adjust
ed that It may bo easily steered along
a narrow roadway. ,
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CONVERTIBLE BODY INVENTION
invontcd bv an English aviator,
glass panels that slldo Into the body
of an automobllo enable a car to
bo convertod from one of tho open
typo Into a limouslno in about one
Old newspapors for sale at Herald
: CALL AT-
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S and we will equip your car with
anything in Tires or Accessories.
Q Weed Chains, Freeze Proof, Gas,
Oils and Greases.
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SIXTH AND KLAMATH
Vnda H-.-i. Zk. 'J. 0. rt Off.
Time fto Re-tire?
The New, Low Price of the
International 8-16 Tractor
WE have reduced the price of the International 8-16
tractor to the rock-bottom figure $1,000 f. o. b.
Klamath Falls. The International 8-16 is a three
speed,' four-cylinder, two-plow tractor which operates
on kerosene. Its popular, efficient record is based on
its practical design and strength of construction, large
replaceable bearings, centralized auto control, acces
sibility and protection of working parts, dependable
oiling system, and other features.
Hear Wheel Fenders
Water Air .Cleaner
PRICES OF OTHER LINES REDUCED
Prices have also been reduced on chilled plows, trac
tor plows, cream separators', kerosene engines, seed
ing machines, International threshers, harvester
threshers, wagons, hay presses, and other lines. Ask
for full information
t J. S. MILLS & QN
' SIXTH AND KLAMATH
Tractor is Universal
Farmers Buy, Dealers Sell Both are Satisfied
THE MOLINE DISTRIBUTOR CONTARCT
1. It is based on the "beet idea ever presented in the
2. It breaks the deadlock in the implement market.
It meets the economic situation. It looks forward
j(. to the future.
3. It saves old waste in the cost of manufacture and
sale of implements. It passes the saving on to the
FARMER. It brings the implement business back
to the most difficult localities.
4. It would have saved the farmers of the United
Statea $60,000,000 last year if all implements had
been purchased under the new MOLINE DISTRI
BUTOR CONTRACT, such as is now in opera
tion in Klamath County.
5. It is not wise to purchase implements without first
, finding out what the MOLINE WAY is.
v. 6. It is necessary that you anticipate your needs far
i- - enough in advance so that the implements may be
' , secured or the saving to the farmer cannot always
NOW IS THE TIME TO ATTEND TO YOUR
J. W. KEARNS, Moline Distributor
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