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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, ' KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
HATi;itlAV, APRIL 15, IMfl
FOB STATE I
Wanted for Road Pro
gram for 192324
W.VSIIINOTO.V, April 15. Addl
tlnnnl appropriations In furthering
tlio program of Federal co-operation
with states In the eonMrustlon of
lilKlnvny are requested In a bill In
troduced In tho hou of representa
tive by Thomas if; Dunn of New
Tor currying on; tho provisions of
nil Act of 1IU6, under which the Fed
oral Rtvrrnnient affrees to assist It?
tho construction of rural pott roads,
tho Dunn bill asks these appropria apprepria appropria
teon: For the fiscal year ending Juno 30,
1923. "!, 1100,000.
. For tho fiscal year ending June 30,
For carrying cut the provisions of
the Federal Highway Act, approved
last yonr, an appropriation of fC.
00,00)1 Is provided for forest roads
Allotment! of tho fundi would be
mode by the Secretary of Agriculture,
and It Ik provided that for the fiscal
ear ending June 30, 1913, these
shall not exceed $12, COO per mile, ex
elusive of tho cot of bridges of more
limn twenty foct of clear span, ex
penditures after that fiscal year by
Kcrrctnry of agHculturo could not ei
reed 1 10,000 per mile, with tho same
exception In tho case of bridges.
Tho Mil amend the Federal high
way net of Inst year so that In the
rata wlicro a state Is prohibited by
law from providing revenue for the
construction and maintenance of
'highways, tho secretary 'of agrlcal
turo can continue. to approve projects
for su6h a state until November,
I92C. This is contingent upon the
statu complying with the federal law
f w m mm m v j p t B
In no far as tho slnto constitution and
The 1916 Act would be amended so
as to glvo a broader definition to rur
al post roads. Ruch would bo con
strued as any public rood, a major
portion of which is used, or can bo
used, for the transportation of mall.
From this provision would' bo ex.
eluded streets or roads In n commu
nity having n populntlou of 2.S00,
oxcopt such portion of street or road
on which the: houses arc more) than
300 feet apart.
ACTOR ENTERS RACES
Wallace ncl.l Will nrive Car Xo.
13 on Indianapolis Track
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., April 15.
Wallace Reld, moving picture nctor,
who recontly fllod his entry In tho
annual BOO-mllo automobile, race to
be hold at tho Indianapolis motor
speedway May 30, will drive car No.
13, It was said hero today.
Twelve drivers entered the race
ahead of Field and as has been done
for several years, T. E. Myers, man
ager of tho speedway, planned to eli
minate tho number 13. Tteld, how
ever, Insisted that he bo given the
number and speedway officials con
tented. Myers said a cor bearing No.
13 had not started In the contest
nld la duo to arrive in Indiana
polls on May 4 to begin training for
tho race. He already ha, been grant
ed a. driver's license by the American
Automobile association, under who
rules the Indianapolis race Is con
ductod. The only other requisite for
competing In the local race Is ability
to drive a racing car to the satisfac
tion of the speedway officials.
The executive of a motion picture
concern for which Reld ha been act
ing has declared, It Is said, that he
will not permit the actor to compete
in the race It it la "humanly possible
to stop him." Reld, however. Is said
to havo asserted he Intends to go
through with his plans.
"FOVIUi", MOAT FOPl'LAR
Although there are only 9 cut of
.the .90. or so. automobile manufactur
ers who produce four-cylinder cars,
aatoaotlw ifrrta say three-fourths
of the aaachlBM put oat In 1913 will
be "fours." That la because,, Boat
o! these small car manufactortrs are
BUICK AUTO SHOW
Commencing Sat., April 15
Continuing to Saturday, April 22
SHOWING OF ALL NEW OPEN MODELS. INCLUDING:
Three-Passenger, Four-Cylinder Roadster
Five-Passenger, Four-Cylinder Touring
Three-Passenger, Six-Cylinder Roadster
Five-Passenger, Six-Cylinder Touring
Seven-Passenger, Six-Cylinder Touring
The public is, cordially invited to attend the showing of these
wonderful cars, and watch -their performance on the -road the
best test of a car.
TALK TO'A BUICK OWNER THEN IT WILL' BE EASIER
TO TALK TO US' ,
BUICK SALES AND SERVICE CO.
KLAMATH AVENUE AT SEVENTH STREET
Used Car Sale of Value Held in Connection with Auto Show
Automotive Business Back
to Profitable BaaU if
DKTROIT, Aprlt 16, Substan
tial progress is being made in
bringing the automotive Industries
back to a profitable basis not back
to normal, mind you, but back to u
profitable sate und sane basis. That
tho Improvement noted ts going to
continue few have the slightest
doubt, for nit tendenelea of busi
ness In general ure In that direction
and tho automotive Hues are de
pendent upon business in general.
Farmers are feeling belter, and
have started buying to a limited ex
tent. The farm crops, wheat, corn,
pork, etc., have been Increased In
value) by Increases In price to an
amount variously state'd a 11(0,
000,000 to $200,000,000. That does
not mean, howover, that the buyers
in the farming communities wilt
rush to the market to buy automo
biles and motor trucks.
The feeling throughout motordom
U one of the utmost optimism.
Parts makers and aecttaory maker
are busy, for the manufacturers.
with old Inventories cleared, aro
buying. Dealers are taking cars,
putting them away for the brief
period to real spring buying, and
this is making for big gain In
manufacturing. During the winter
few cars were made for storage,
and, a if has been predicted, tho
rush has come all at one. The
result may be the Inability to se
cure material as rapidly-as desired,
and the curtailment of poulble out
puts with a resultant shortage.
Pacific Mute Rated Good
Reports of Improvement aro gen
eral. The Pacific states, and In
fact, alt of the western states, are
in ,ood shape. For Instance, the
reports from Southern. California of
N HI WORLD
n 100 per cent lncronso In snle for
Jnuuary this year over tho snmu
mouth of 1921 Is mentioned lit all
Inuer circles us an example of what
may be looked for nil over tho
country n toon s general busi
ness conditions have shown still
greater Improvements. Tho fart
that tho cost of living Is Increas
ing, although tln Increases he but
small ,1s mentioned as Indicating a
tvturn to prosperity In huslness.
Announcements of vomo Increases
In the price of motor cars havo
been niado and inoro aro to bo ex
pected. Thoso Increases aro In lino
with the predictions In tho past.
Tho cry of "Let's go" Is not go
ing to put people back ou easy
street, according to Edward Mar
shall, who say that tho peopltt nt
America must forget get-rlch-qulck
ambitions and think only of a re
turn to that steady, etiasoless, pros
perity growth, favorable to every
man and woman of tho nation. And
(leorge K. Roberts, president of the
National City bank, say,, that tho
theory of trying to bring hack past
boom times by tho cry cf "Let's
go," and then doing nothing else,
Is alt an error and that thero must
be real adjustment on basic condi
TO AMUSE TOURISTS
Krnttle Will Prmldo Kntwlalnnient
at Auto 'imh
8KATTI.K, Wush.. April 11. An
offer of tho Seattle Community ner-
vice to provide entertainments and
programs at tho new automobile
tourist camp at Woodland Park here
this summer for the delectation of
visiters has been accepted by the
chamber of commerce tourist nud
Plant are being worked out by
representative of both organisations
for band concerts, community sings,
and various forms of outdoor enter
tainment for the summer months.
OLD TURKS I'HKFUIj
A good uso for old tubes, Hay a
Firestone expert. Is to ue them In
your emergency tire repairs. Place
a piece between the casing and tho
patch and It will remove possibility
of friction' tetween them.
Indianapolis motor, speedway was
lit in 10, t 7
Emblem of Satisfaction
6000 FOR OIG
Everything Possible Will
Be Done to Make Ready
SUI.KM, April K. WJlh tho ad
vent of fair weather, and prospects
for it bumper crop of tourists, the
statu highway department today mi
ununced that everything possible
would bo done to completu the unim
proved section of the main treted
roads In the stale.
Reports received at the highway
department officii here during the
past eek Indicated that many tour
ists already have left California for
Oregon, while tho travel to the south
Is well under way. If these reports
can bo accepted us a criterion, the
1922 Influx of tourists will be greater
than over, officials said.
The following road conditions are
Portland Oregon City Oregon
City bridge rlosed for reconstruction,
therefore, went side (raffle from Port
laud must cross the Willamette rlver
at Hoi I wood ferry In south Portland,
or take east side rente through Mil
waukle, which hi paed throughout.
Oregon Clly-Canliy-Saleiu Paved
Allnny-Corvaills-J unction Clty-Hu-geno
U ravel Albany to Corvallls.
Pavement Curvullls to Kugene.
line Iirge pro
portion paved; batatue good maca
dam. Dry pavement over Siskiyou
mountains this date
The DalloWnllfoniln lllgrmay
Note See Sherman highway for
alternate route to central Oregon.
Tho Dalles-Shanlko (by way of
Maupln and Ilukcoven) Rough; put'
sabto but travel not advised; nt Crit
erion tho road Is Impassable.
Shsnlko-Madras Rest route W via
Aiitelop); nnd Oatnway, rough and
YOU SHOULD KNOW
For the calendar year, January 1 1921, to January 1, 1922,
Buick built and actually told over 80,000 Automobiles.
These sales for the calendar year 1921 exceeded by over
12,000 cars the sales of any automobile manufacturer hav
ing a six-cylinder automobile in its line.
These sales for this period likewise represented a volume of
business greater by over $9,000,000 thai! the sales of any
other automobile manufacturer excluding Ford.
These figures arc taken from official reports, and are abso
tluiwlng with (he creeks up n( the
foi ilit, Impitmmlilo until mud Keta dry.
Some curs netting thniimh. hut trav
el not advised,
Mnilrnsdlund Ootid mnouilum
llend-Allen ranch Cindered road,
In fair condition.
Allen riuich-l.iipltin.Cresi'eut Fair
toinlltlon. Closed by smiw at Hand
cieek, between Crescent und I'm I
Fort KlamatliKlamatli Falls Op
en for travel; mnradam Klamalh
Falls to Lamm's mill, Alt ears should
he equipped with chains on account
of 18 Inches of snow.
Klumiilh Falls.. Merrill-California
state Hun --All marudumlted and In
good condition except three miles
near Merrill. Where not surfaced the
road Is a llltle muddy, hut passable.
Slippery, use rhnlni, Snow meltlnC
Aliluiii.Kliimnlit Full lllutiwn)
(Irren Springs route closed. Tupsy
grudo open hut muddy und rough In
Klamath Plt..akrtlew Minima)'
Closed en account of deep snow
Snow badly drifted and closed to
lletween l.akuvlew and Paisley
mud In open. Silver l.nlie In IMIidey
In closed In ntiloH, upon fur teams
lluriiM-Ciune MncndniuUud nnd In
Crnue.Vitle-Ilour.h nmt sllnpeiy.
use chains. Very poor mud ul this
time of year, Secure Information lo
cally liefnie stnrllllK,
Viile-Oiitnrlii- Very muddy; ii"
Ontiirln.CuIro Very muddy; use
Cnlmyssa Mucillumlsed; open,
Critter l.ko lllulmn)
MANY BUICKS SOLD
l.mils HouKlnml Iteporls llrlsk ltul
new IhirliiK Karly Kenoii
-Snltm nf 1922 models made dur
ing the present year by the llulck
Sale i A Service company are re
ported by Louis lloagtand as fol fel fol
eows: Fiitir-p,insltKir coupe, A.J. Vn)e?
T-pasnenger touring, C. II Under
wood, 3-passoUger roadster, W. K
L.iiuni mid It II Harrison; C pas
senger louring. J C. Hoyle, II, II.
MutiKUe, J II Kiiowllnti, II B
Hanger. Art Bckwuld, O. W. Ilur
(en, C. W. Warren and F. It Olds.
"IIjiiiii Fashion" ha sent u some
tery small st)les fur tiiiirtilng and
afternoon frocks. What I could be
mure "elilr" and cool than a f rn k of
gingham and organdie?
Pick tint your style and I draft your
For Kills" llreismakliig at .Moderate
We sell, rent or repair any make
machine. Small payment down; easy
C. A. NATION
Sole Agent Singer Sewing
Jm Main Hi. Plume All-W