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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1922)
I M.LAMOOK -THE LAND OF CHEESE, TREES AND OCEAN BREEZE
SECI ION TWO
Tl!,l,AMOOK, OREGON, MARCH 10, 1922.
UTO DEALERS PREPARE FOR BUSY SEASON
W MODELS ON DISPLAY:
PRICE WITHIN REACH Of
ALL; DESIGNS IMPROVED
ul dealer ate looking fm um f thi
, tlii- liinU-jy (if iht buHiui'MH thin Koann.
j i i..i.lcl ears are uuv on the flours anl n uiy
, , jj.iw within reach . f all; line and dwiuiu
i. ..tin nl and the me.:, uileal conatniction ha
k..'h uthor improvements.
lti i 'K uaragu ih huuwimk wjp new iwiz J'ortl
, i. .sod earn are especially attractive to ihl
v Williams nre dlplayimj tho Suulobnker
. avy. Thoy are alno handling tho Hudson,
.aragu is soiling aent for both the Bulck
t t !)- U
il.t m i 'uinigu Utatrlbutw tho Overland, Willy
The lire mileage
ROAD CONDITIONS GOOD .
DESPITE HEAVY RAIN
'..p' i tho local homo of tho Chevrolet.
,r are g1 dero either through local db
i r -mg agents.
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trt m kK.1 . 1.1.1 tV.
eM raft, Wfl af- ! " ' " " ' "
i. t.v, nffM.i at MKli III moljut car juke (ft U
.. ?-A. .. I 1. ll..rt... 1..1 ...14 flf.
a I'rffe w thought cu)4
b M(ctr4. Teday U U m tow?,
lllI 1 11379 a f Hither mlur
!lrt f JIM titWTo thr tUrtJ-ni;
, ' : 4lr th gUf'CJttf
f Owt power fit VV
j fi far, uhkli by
n my. rjnsmy M
t' t f t' i, i Oo yrar
Komi coniiitifin lending into TilU
nMKtk. are cxccptlonnl'y jcowJ for thi
tlrnf of th'.- year. E.irxflnllj ii thi
I o with ffp:t to th- to-1 leading
j to U! NVbnlem V'a!ly. Motorists
who hare made thf trip to K'h4lcm
I Wirt Whwl-r nay that th-y are ir. kooJ
condition, pcrmittini: of a jUacJy pace
with ) on the man at the whrJ.
The highway li-nrfinit to Portland Is
not bad, though showing signs of
henvy and contintia1 usage during the
thmc south to the Bellevue-Amlty
road, thrv east to Amity; graveled.
Sheridan, McMinnville, Grand Ron.
de, Hebo-Tillamook Oocxl macadam,
some pavement; open throughout.
Charles Rector of the Wheeler
Garage was in Tillamook Monday con.
ferring with Terry of the Willard
Hatter7 Station, coonty distributors
for the Willard which line is handled
rain and snow to prevalent this past . by the Wheeler Garage. Mr. Rector
winter. J says that he made th trip from Moh.
ler to Tillamook in and hour flat and
Report of road conditions as given f. with a good load and driving
1 at a moderate but steady rate of
He says the trip up th Ne
on t by the State Highway Commision
SeMe-Ti!lamook Open for traTel
grr.vl! or rocked.
WW Sidr Pacific Highway
I McMinnvil e-Amrty, Rickreall, Mou-njoun'h-Indopt-tidcnce
, bride? 'Ver Vamhill river between
j McMmirille and Whitson which i (
i buing roplacwl. Traffic should de
tour frm McMinnville via the Mc-Minnville-Tillamook
highway to a
point five miles from McMinnville,
halcm valley is one of the ideal short
jaunts for Tillamook motorists and
that he will b glad to see all motor
ists drive up and make themselves at
home at his garage.
these seven advantages to this Wi'-
n'tmW'nf ojNMten; trip- base of 100 indawi; 34 foot turning iys-Knight s'eevi-valve engine. Tliis Iys-Knight motor.
Ia. prinli)n&li wilty rlillngi'l radius; 2? brake hone pwer motor; engine lias given to tho Willys
' Kirst, it improves with use; second.
if IW1 lftr Ibf tlartJ.aK r w -v "TT Tr, " " : ' rfr . ' . , . . , , ' 't roquirt-s no adjustments; third, it
ntfaiprrtmtwaUast th 1 ;KWlwarn. Iwtric trtr, HgfcU.arhorn etc. hninht car the slogan. Its Motor is more .j. fourth it b
JftJal irdurtioo ( 0 iKrvfaltMon ij)mirUt4 nlckel-nlloy Tho Willya-KiibJKt ear, built of the Improves with use." ; ne-ible; fifth, it is silent in oper-icn
ti!VB4r K flfv ' "lltaU ;pi.lpliWaringi all- lilglit graJo wtcrials,' Unds np.nrt It is because of the sleeve-vlavcs anj remains so: sixth, it is single.
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ntfvr tnhrtr mlrfttitntjei. MK1.W0 of 1!W im
Acynr FA ibd ele
Ir Is estimated that sntomoblle tour
tts entering QutHc In 1021 spent no
less Uian $33,000,000. . , ,
In many cam looseness of the engine
holts, th which hold the engine In
place, may cauw misalignment of tho
power plant, and sorlous trouble will
be the result.
If upon examlnstlon the crankshaft
or connertlng rd hearlags are found
to he worn a little more on the end
than In the middle It may he take
as a sure sign that tfco crankshaft tg(
mot qnlte true.
h I 11K
jar JlnlshJ spjSrtc fro r' the great majority! cars, chier- of th. hnignt type motor that the; being free from complicated parts;
a.a&riwtl whel. ''JW?usc.jt is motored by tho Wil- mtomobile world'in general concedes seventh, it is economical.
JLT 1 K
I 4M M IMM0M 4-r--r ?
ARE EXTRA HEAVY
SEE THE NEW CORD PUNCTURE-PROOF
Opposite Tillamook Hotel
SEE OUR PUNCTURE-PROOF
We Pay From
$3.00 to $ 1 0.00
In Cash, and Renew Your Tire, if
Puncture Occurs in Our
Lee Puncture -Proof
BRIGHTON WOOD--Tillamook Transfer Co. j
New Location 301 EAST THIRD STREET