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Anita Tribune (Newspaper) - June 10, 1915, Anita, Iowa THE A HIT A TRIBUNE She Trlbune Publishing FM i fxJtor if paid in JIjO of a r hos Mt notice v a 1 JVA ARK f O II arA paid in i ii rtiaii Queries and Replies Covering Matters of Importance to the Man Who Runs a Car Official Couniv Paper J COMK IN He ca What it approximate saving in current on at mttead ttf on fail 7 L of If are lirn iii U iii iii Laii i pa e h it may If are Sn the bead a ii for country a sciaii of focus r ij jae sariL rear iijrj b the bulb taking fcixiut a fourth the current of tbe large tn I am troubled with fire coming from cut out underneath my wren running rapidly and shutting off quickly also when pulling It s not the regular exhaust from the en but a large blaze like gasoline fire which comes clear to ground and spreads out several feet each Can Ii i the j r rbI J i 1 ar hav of o My front axle is bent about one and onehalf frorti the spring seat to the outer end of the a dis tance of about ten How should rt be straightened ThiijXic 1 to a ry Ttip i t vhy of It Toi f to It in t irivt tiy bail iiflr it Li Does it make any difference how many teeth are in a bevel gear in re atron to the gear it works in of liijrnrxT f o hf riti lic Wrgt is the cause of inner tubes be ommg cenented or fattened to the as ng LO it is very difficult to remove them riuril Sv t ccn a tr a f into i ii Iaiijcr the of IKrirp a liiic and at any wli incorrect wirirtg affect a r iw the are Kor if cLe hirti j ac explu t If two jr the wires were LJt ose or were n the then the r wuufel run on the cviinders It the latter NVbere empinved the wires of a atiry system may rula without icteTferiua with the Xatiiti f the vice a the ohanzi f will rtiut in the beOOiiug an engine deliver more or ess to wheels with a friction trans on and chain drive than through the ord nary bevel gears i siiIin t huin Irive are tLe crter of of the iht iue to iLe iuaii a hat is greater than vrtun the f the gliding Ltar set ii eu Assuming that an automobile stands in a garage 30 per cent out of each I twentyfour what would be the saving in casing expense providing the car was put on jacks and kept off the tires during the time it was not in use I umount of money you roiflit ly jackins up the wheels nrtieu Uiar Ls ii is tofj to bo iriviilina there Ino oil or on ttjc jrarnse tloor that miirljt flic rntilier to The njition In iressure ami ponsequtnt i strain on tlie when i tinis low is almost al j ihoiiLti it Is rmpuljirly supposwl that j vtiiviiiL the tires from tlie lninlpn of niifitortins the car miist neiessarily rvtlove them mm Just that strain and that therefore they wlil wear lonspr if the car Is jaikiil up The riliii lion in iresurf tils Is ijone is proji to in of tlit tire N the car it tlmtTii rinil mie if tin tires rt havl iliey liiil I Tinlattfiiiii of the tire a in the volume of air in tintnhe iinil tlnnfiire when the tire Is nff the It Its iiorinal anil nonnnl It oliviiiis tliat this small iMnnue In rulnnic will nor fiffert the fressnre to any sitie the ilerrea in prps i sipe Inversely proportional to he in rrase In Anil fir rie i In pressure i almost mensurable the leserieil an1 i savins In tire cost Is Incal A Bank ft 0 ft fit S ft tit 0 at tit fit tit tit tit fit tf til tt strong in its conserva tive in its progres sive in its with ample capi modern splendid or officers of and a strong Thousands of customers have found our services entirely satisfac tory and do not hesitate to recom mend us to their Your patronage is CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK 1 fit fit fit fit fit fit UNDER SUPERVISION AND CON TROL OF THE STATE CF IOWA VicePresident Depository for United States Postal ft Joe Vetter made a business trip to Omaha Ira Soper and daughter were MARRIAGE Clyde Wiota Hazel Georjre Schwenneker was down at Des Moines Sunday visiting Miss Dollie Saunders was an At lantic visitor last John Carey visited the last of the week with her daughter in At Jared Blattner went t Avoca the frst of the week on Jennie Martin left yesterday for to visit her mother and other i Joe Trimmer was a Des Moines I business visitor last Owens was a Des Moines i business visitor the first of the I Ben Simpson and wife were over from Atlantic the first of the week visiting their Carey and Miss Alice niece of Becker of is visitinjr here with Becker and Joy and his Daniel drove over to Shenan doah last Saturday to visit returning the first of the Charles wife son were over at the county seat Thurs day on business and visiting f ar havf vropahy of hi Mi fetit over at Atlan or Ha i f n rtla f Hr of aior Ahr he r rh fJt jr hft jiil Jown tj Saving politjral vh platform KIVK flftr n eah purchase at the pulpit to lOtf work of lipornaY or ri i i or Frirk youngest iratjve f i liljff viilel and Monday Vfli rratl wife rtturn THK AM DRV H from where hi had relatives for a I ha h or of h a and e Co evenirif for flu 1 a roijin of for a Il of i111 I I I I r ooi lnda at i rhoo A dcfrav the 1 i i left he i o i y of Hi i pa id Sa t y i d ha all the hipped Io of her old of l i and lie tnllil liter Ii uihed ad M I k Mi daughter he 1 1 V o the end had for How do you fit babbitt bearings on crank shaft and connecting either when putting in new ones or when ta king up slack in old ones If only worn Knrinus IIIMV 1 rrtiiiviug sliiins r hy filltiK If iiits lire sorcd or worn out of ronnI or if new fire put in tile sur ficfs he If the arc In iiurl not worn out of should he sufficient to thein tifcht There flre ieril shims under the UarlnK Hid hy rcinovlnc these one hy one the will disappear Hertiove only ciioiiuh shims to make the iKiirini nun hut not a When shims unnot ujieij the lost motion riiiiy he removed by Ihe livaritiK I vise itnl filing down the In too ruiirh material IH removed i or paper tihlm or fhoulil to mnke the tit In MiliL Ihe flat surfine of the hearlti tp shouul he the tiltnot only heina helil Hat iyalnt I lie ur hut rhe iriient of UK tot If the hearing I ore new or orn of round Ii will vmp n Ilii done hy all rod he ithoiit tearinj ri the in or Ijnr if r hiiniii heaiiiiLiiijiiirt f flulltolor must he ihe with ranl an I Ih till In The IUMII lnar iie hifl iliL Mffae n riliillled i olniioii Idilan MM After ro Ihe rani hall a fev in It pol of ill Is there any good preparation for pol ishing the body of an automobile which will not harm the varnish or paint It is not advisable to use polish of any sort on the If the finish become dull have the body revantished The only rejuvenator worthy of con sideration is soap and and some body markers condemn the udvls Ing the use of water there is little hnrm in using lukewarm water and provided the soap Is not too In cleaning the body first wash he dust off with n bose and do not apply a sponge or cloth until the dust has been removed and the mud Then sponge the body with soap and water and finally rinse with a hose until the soapy water has been entirely Then wipe dry with If this advice Is fol lowed there will be no need of using any body as the varnish will hold its luster almost The brake on my car has been drag ging for some Will this cause the tire to wear more rapidly Inasmuch as the dragging brake re tards the free movement of the the tire is made to ear out more quickly than Kspeeiaily Is this so when the brake Is The priiripal lies in Ihe inereased work imposed on the mo which it to heat Our car has a unit power plant us ing one grade of oil for crank multiple disk clutch and gear The oiling system is circulating splash with Can we use graphite in our power plant If how much gra phite to the gallon of cylinder and what make one Icaspoonfnl of lake graphite to eaeh of Io not throw the in but mix it Into D soft paste lirst and then add it i the Ill buying tingraphile be eareftil o obtain a motor graphite av some are not suited formoim htbrieal Some are too to fine and some contain grit be certain you obtain u motor The reports from the hospital in Atlantic are very favorable for the complete recoveryof Roy who was operated on for ap pendicitis last Thomas Winder left here the first of the week for Sioux City to at tend the annual state encampment of the He was accompanied by his Harold On last Monday afternoon a divorce was granted to William Hemphill from his Jennie Hemphill was given the custody and control of their The suit was filed in Ft Oberholtz returned Saturday from a business trip and to visit Mi daughter and family at The Chris re turned with him and visited here with her parents over Tuesday nights band concert was a There was a larger crowd than ever before in there i being 195 cars parked on Main street besides those that had been put in the of which there were 12 i or Not as many were expected bscause of the cold Cars j were here from 18 to 20 miles i being attracted here by the wrestling Miss Lena who had been teaching in the Waverly schools the past returned to Anita Satur day where she will spend the summer vacation with her mother and other Having successfully com pleted her tenth year of teaching and having the proper she has a life certificate from the Miss Rogge was reelected to her present position in the Waverly schools and also has other good positions offerer hes in other graded WASH BURNCROSBY co MEDAL FLOUB SPECIAL FOR ONE WEEK Gold Medal Flour per Sack The Corner Grocery Roe Prompt Delivery Phone 43
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