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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta YVtVHUAY. WMW It '*��, THE 1J rnftflJIM,} ()M1,Y IIMUM' Tractor a Permanent Factor. W. F. HEIDEL SELLS ! In Farming | NILSON TRACTORS! C. S. NOBLE SHOWS IE PAGF. N'TVE Jo I'Stl lAi'.i���. i -? '� d>�jti! (he l�*. Ho !>*> ��>�!'. i. KtustMl r� >�:�! liu rtilloft* lb� If*-(m lia� h�d l.l -ff,. Mia'1! ���� t"-�t""1' �� 'l'H'�!- �Ml .,.h, ,,,, ,f ,,.,,.,, ,.,,,, , ,;,.,,,,! .u.i'!'-���. I'M! *!t �h�''u�H tip.... ,,, !(( ,, ,,,u.,.-l i u. v.r(..u� ..v-.k,..,,., �..*;,,,, ,,, �u,-,j.� i., .u..hi....> in! II It III tb� ..WM...!...;. of fh� �"",,,,,;,, tll,.(r ,�,.., ,;,..r '�*"* ,M!!,,r l"",1'-*1, "f: ami |.-. *l,y U-. u i.-,,,), ���* V*'T; """ ''""V"*-1 hnu �... - ...h.,m,., 'i ii> i "'*�! Hot lllllik �.r ..vwxolklllK li,-!l !,.,,,-.- '"�*"'�*' J" I or ....�. nor .�..� .I...... ... win. Sr 1 out Kood feed 'i h tractor ea'n nil unil KP'.it" mill H In n>u�y ii round at filth John n)> IuuiIIiik. nnw Iiik. Imr^HilHK, nrlnrtlnK. .u-^ _J ,,., ,)inl ,, ,!.�� not kr work* I l�ltli\m,.ii .-.:| I  �r!f.  I'itM' .!��;�> ^i't; ' Nll?!Mr;>. ill iii.' l* hi* ts If* It *%%iUh' ih* l/.,' llM.'nr II la �;>;.. J.J ot 4'v i:itii-.>it',i,).�t on t||�s� ; fn.irk.i for Hi.! wi-U'h! i.f tin- tru'iur. I  ;.! T |i5i'.�. j -.|| AI i., i* ll�l  ','-f (alSiInK I � ii ' i -i' 'or l� j :�|[l .f Mj tri�(  i '�( � njlci-'l j j^-�f�'*�| U.l't t�>* l��in'i,f/.i|..!i'�i r.t.w' ; "i> �-!>' n...*�r ' l-��r. It will M�  > 'h* rnv i>itni[�  !� or . �mt"�i�d "If .��,�) tllll illl oil 'riiii i till tll:|;i�|..>�! tli"ti h- work HI NT9 TO TRACTOR U6ER8. �fi III liirRflr units than l-i imn tlcuMo j wltli milmnl nowor. It �iw fuiiinl (tint : A trminr wlidh I- rut povt-crfiili ni'X! in iittixirtancn vsim tlm mivlnf. : '"'"Htli f"r tin- work n-.|nit. .| of Ii I of liiluir. / fx'-liatii;� H for a l;ir;;ir Hlr.' |in>)ir-i *|7.� in iIpiiiuihIh nWrk ! "rst l,1:"1- ""H Uutii In til.) iitlmr iiflloti, Min tractor Imcomcit InMlH-  "Xtr'iinlvn to oimrutu I furrow nlicnil iiml utiotli.'r on the � '"" .'liinmy �M Imrilly t>rovi' mil t>l(i�* will nimlilB the tractor !�> op- � "'�uimiiiiIchI Mow/'vcr, ', orati! at nlRlit until tin- luiul H�t out  ,lltr '"'li-m-y Is to buy too small n I for miltlvutlou 'l,i i'Djiiplnleil. Tluisi j """'I'ln" ''.v ov.irl(i:ullin: caui.t; llm tractor owitor Ikih foiiml it poa- : rapid ili-n.-rlnration. A naff rulo toi �lbl() to cilltlvato latKor un-km of lilii ! K" l�y J" 111 fl��rr�- liow many Iioiki's lain! tlinn wan over lxmsllili! Iiy anl-' nmli-r ordinary i In uiiiHttinccK would' Cr;i r.^toun I I* '� .in rvlh'Mnal > a  '.'iiiiniiilry. Thlit' 'i! .i lo!. mnl powor. In tlilH way many a hi' UHi'd lo do all omi's work, tln'ii In tractor Iwb pnlil'for Itmilf dtirlnK- Uiii i "'fl"K >'"'"' 'ractor .Iioohi' iiiiii first yonr. Labor, whk'l! In Urn pant ; w"� 11 Jruwbur power riitml al. that ban been most toIlltiK �� l>oth man I l""�,' l>nw�:r. Tlio majority ot and liorsb. Is* tut jilay for tlm pfflc-! farmers ncoil thi- modltim Hlzod trac-lent tructor I l"r' on" wll'('1 wl" l,u" thr�i' '�r four Since tlio'comltifr of the tractor tlm i �lmv� w,!� furnish ampin b�lt turmBr,!i son lias found � mon- altrni-j l"nv,'r f,,r U'rn.'.lilnK. i;t�. tlv.j onvlronniont In tho work around l A thousand pounds or no of t-xtra tlm farm and *itb drudgery ended I power at the drawbar In worth much 1b Ichs likely lo �oek. employmunt In Uie city.' ARrlcuJturnl o�p�*rtu arc advocating more In Having upkeep costs than tin: extra coat of pu> cbaHe. Ah a rule It will bo found as time proKre.isoH lliat tloeper cultlvntloli. It stands to roa-jonc needs more power than be first; son that .land which lias been cultlv- J figured, and the progressive, farmer ated year after year to a depth of does not rate his power needs of to- but a ifew Inelifid must necessarily be weakened and Its productive powor Impaired. A hardpan in most eases produces rftpllluryv attraction and tlto moisture too rapidly leaves the soil particles, with Iho result that plant life becomes impoverished. This is day with those of tomorrow. CREEPJNG RIMS. When the shoulders on the wheel, , dosiKiied to hold tho demountable rim true also because the pyam roots j becomes worn, the rim and its tiro cannot KOt bertcath the hardpan to receive nourishment." It Is Impracticable to tear up this hardpan with animal power, but the efficient tractor 'Vill tear It tin, plowing to a depth to satiBfy the most exacting demand for deeper cultivation. It will break and turn the hardest baked or'moat intrttctnble soil. There Is no condition which the plow meets which 1b Impossible to the tractor. ? lotteries of equipment may be hitched behind, and plowing, break- Jlng and pulverizing bo accomplished in one operation. Thus land which* nnd-tobllttte on the other. The proper ;had long ceased to give forth Its o|d- way is to tighten ono lug and then the ; tltno productiveness may be brought ono nearly opposite it and so ou. will creep around tho wheel. Naturally this makes the valvo Btem project at an acute angle, and if continued long enough, may cut it off. If tho valvo stem is bold firmly by means of a cap tho strain falls upon the lower portion of the stem and that part ot the inner tube which surrounds it. In this connection it is well to call attention to the need o� tightening tho rim lugs by degrees. It they are fully tightened one after the other and all tho way around the wheel,there Is apt to be too much space on one side of the wheel BE ECONOMICAL OF THE GASOLINE There ire many way? in avoid gasoline waste. One Is no! I i allow tho en->;lui' to run Idle, csiepi when atiRO-luf.ely neri'ssitry. Anoiber in to rim your car on as lean a mixture as pos-t'llile. The car may not accelerate as rapidly and may cough a little; when It Is cold; bul If you will bo p'atlun't with it you will get niii'-b higher mileage. Kvcry car has an economical sped, usually between twelve and eighteen miles per hour Try to drivo at thf.Ho speeds. Accelerate gradually, as this requires less gasoline than trying to catch top sii"e,d quickly. Anticipate your stops, close the throttle before you reach the stopping-place and coast to a standstill. Keep your car running at top efficiency. This means keeping thb motor free from carbon, as a carbonized motor consumes an excessive amount of fuel. Use a good grade ot oil in ihe motor, und keep all moving parts well lubricated to reduce friction losses. Run the car on high as much as possible, hs this is the economical speed. Keep the tires well inflated, as soft tires waste power, Sep that the brakes do not bind and oaiise friction when the ear Is running.' Finally, use kerosene Instead of gasoline for cleaning.-Milestones. USE OF AMMONIA, There used to bo a common practice of trying to brighten up the finish of tho hood by tho use on it of a solution of ammonia. This is nbout tho worst thing that can be done, as ammonia eventually .destroys the finish Unfortunately the ammonia gives a iiltle temporary brilliance to the finish, but in tho long run It ruins it. In fact car manufacturers recommend that no car be kept In a stable or barn as tho ammonia from the manure gradually destroys the enameled surface by c. H. >' ' lii' Nellie Koure � 'ioiiij; no inucii ': l� only way to the , by a trail, it w�s | road would bi a ( been broached J .">� something was J 1 heard something which had taken the Adams road to Mr. Ainsworth ;'ood In-iiUli \>. >:�. Noble, iho pr.->ilil�n'  datioii, l,td., who :n In iIn- country north develop jircductlon arei; of growing . idquartcrH ol at NoUeron!, Mr. No there that the main Implements. the opinion of the man In charge hold good. This works out at a cost ot about $50 per mile and compares very favorably with the estimated costrGj'&ipfi per,mile which the writer understands Is what the government says it costs to. grade roads with ,%'i'vr %1'iO-w the '.tl''.a "i '-asMKe Kiidd'- nJy. Stop your motor h'-fore filling the gannilne tank. Avoid fire. Do not prime the carburetor too ofu-ti In hot v,-a!er It \f best to bring the tractor to .-< full mop before attempting to shift gears. Hotter cooling will be ihe result of 1 keeping the radiator well filled with water. , Itraln the radiator each night In I freezing weather. This will reduce I your repair bill.-,. I Give your tractor a chance to nd-| just Itself. Do not run it at. Its