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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta � it Jih W M \\\' H Hl)!i' .'i.'i /(I 1; ',!,{' f.\r,r NiVR Tractor a Permanent Factor W.F.HLIDEI SELIS In Farming N1LS0N TRACTORS C. S. NOBLE SHOWS NEW WRINKLES IN ROAD CONSTRUGT'N >>iim)> 'd air s in- U.m.-.I ui'vl. T'hi � n w itli ,i V '/ '/ > '�'�'> '> > ' . ME I f" f'INT'i TO Tfi,'f,-'i!: �.*>f.RV > V � '/ > O */ 1 '/ ? O Notice to nemo it li ^f .ti;.'. � b i KM! I If Mill i lllll' l� ' lU  1' li'.Aii �ml In', jui.li' in l .11'i'i mill * Hi �!'-. nawmi (ihwit. ii'-c in i.'ucni mm >- v. � nil-.>v , li ihi. ini.pi i fir I |On .-'till Mi'!1, i> the n'i.cr > i.).i|i'!!!''. In.' .t ! r.i '� or '.siii.ii is mmn too liiri'.'i or li" ; v- In oje'iale anil loo ci'iiM..:. v. ni !!�!!>� inoi'i' an '�iiiiioninal l:iv.' .'ni' n: II >**� v v. tile I eii'lejii-y i � In buy I oi: - mall a machine ami by ovrloaillni'. can .>� rapid d"tcr!iir� i : m A sa!e 1111. � in r:,n hy i:. lo lieu:.' hue,' man,; !:'.;�-"-. nii'lei iinlinaiy , ;y, iiic-iame:. woulil I." ij� . > 1 I o do a'.: one i work. I ln-n in -eleiiiio; your ici-ur ricinn on" Willi a i!iav,i,ar p-.iwr rai.-il ;�! |h;i' -ante horse p:/.>! (I'm'-lor, one which will jmil ilnee or four plows as well inrni h itmiile belt power for Ihre.-iiere. A thousand pound; or so o; e\tra power ni the dra.'.bar is worih niueh more in savlnt; upl;-'ep cohIs than the j extra cost of puichase. As a rule ill ; will ho found as lime progresses iiiat| one needs more power than he t'ir.-'t.i ; figured, and tb" jiroKressive jarmerj does not rale hi... power needs ol to- i day Willi those of tomorrow BE ECONOMICAL OEM GASOLINE i V o Ol;. lu'i-ly n-pidlv u Hli ii .-p" ed ii' IllilV hi ild. hill Villi lid ca.-o ',',',' th". en- ! �� ni .ii abs;)- ' is i ii i 'in : ;: re as j.oh- I ' i'lerall: iih { liUl� when I In- jja'.hint llH' :, jo ai li." i a f 111'-;, tcrla be b. Can:. Il'lt Ki'�ir, Ol. ' '.nn* i v ii'.i :. joeiiuetc;: ' I'f'jV ,Ili-' '  .ti.i'.'T o! la- ler, :, on ranch v.: oat a i;rai)i iolva riia^e. llel I'l �'I'll. rii;^ o; mi; .iil'l have � w ay to the * i.i* i! w�s. WOalll h'.- ,1 "IT ..' '�' ,;>,; in- ;i",;- .vl-;. ��f.ti 'ie' -.'.oa'o; /.)!,' ..",.',it 'i.i- v, ..; ,-i"J � ''"ji.tlr '>'"' Iti'dl. l)n nn' : nn .' a;. i;.- '�>- I E IMPERIAL OIL Ltd. Will be pleased to quote prices on the best grades of GASOLINE, COAL OIL. LUBRICATING OILS AND GREASES PHONE V; = '720 SECOND AVE. 52 STATIONS I'i SOUTHERN ALBERTA il e-"t miii'li higher inlio- I'.Vi'l v uallv mil. - i'.r ha hctwi p"r ho of rif if lie n ecoild.'llil.al i � elvi) and Try to drive. | �lei-;ii e. gradii-1 i.'.-i-oiipi: than J d quickly. An- � Hie throttle sioppiug-place CRGEPJNG RIMS. Wlien tho shoulders on th" wheel, designed to hold I hi; demountable rim becomes worn, the rim and its tiro will creep around tho wheel. Naturally (Ills makes the valve stem project, at an acute ani;le, and if continued Ions enough, may cut ii. off. If the valve Klein is held firmly by means of a cap the strain falls upon tile lower port ion of the stem and that part of the inner tube which surrounds It. In this connection it is well to call attention to the need of tii;htr-ninK the rim luiis by degrees. If they are fully tightened one after the other and all the way around the wheel.there is apt to be ton much space on one side of the wiieel and ton Htt}"* on thp other. The proper way is to tighten one lug and then the one nearly opposite it and so on. ci;-tii:....Si;�k wa. ,it,v;t r.~ Co. of Cal- | ;:.i"!H was correct is, | i gradeil road which ,i Nobletord. - are essential as all � of making same i. While actual fig- .'ile the cost, of mak-t road under consid-� at S'.'ij a day. This er, etc, for the en-at ,'!2 horaepoAver. pull (lie graders and n both graders and engines. The n tmber of men who were employed tiie job was seven. "f miles graded each ni course, when the coulees at the Litl le : grading was not as age of two miles per day would in .the opinion of the man in charge hold ." "id. This works out at a cost of ;.n--.it $."><' per mile and compares very favorably with the estimated coKt-.of, f.iuU.per mije which the writer understands is what the government says it costs to grade roads with Now is the time to put your tractor in shape for spring work. Look your machine over today. We are well equipped to handle your repairs. If your cylinders are worn or scored, we can rebore them and fit them with oversize pistons and rings at a reasonable charge. We carry in stock oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. 216 First Avenue S. N1VEN BROS. Phone 1732 MR. FARMER : You would not buy a great big, Heavy, slow moving horse that eats its head off, if you could get a pony that could easily do the same amount of work. The same should be true about tractors. Why buy a heavy, cumbersome, fuel-eating tractor when you can g�t a light, quick acting machine that/Jias the same or greater pulling power than a much heavier tractor. The greatest amount of draw-bar power for the least amount of weight and fuel consumption is the aim of all tractor builders. That should be your aim in buying a tractor. THIS MESSAGE TELLS WHY, when tractors are talked of, you hear such good words for FRACTO /--- Read What A Man Who Knows Says About the Nilson Tractor: Nlhson Tractor Co., November 24th, 1917. Minneapolis, Minn. Gentlemen: With respect to the Nilson tractors I have operated this past season, will say that I have concluded they are the best tractors of their weight, in fact I have done work with-these machines which a machine nearly twice their weight of the Nilson could not do. This was made possible by what I consider the three leading features of the machine.) viz. 1st, a very fine engine, 2nd, general good solid construction and last, but. not least, the Nilson lever hitch which being patented, cannot be used on any other tractor. This hitch makes it possible for this tractor to move a load which could not otherwise be moved except by a machine very much heavier than the Nilson. On the road they cannot be beaten. I have arrived at these conclusions only after subjecting these machines to a good hard grind lasting all season during which I had no difficulty hauling a three bottom 14-inch breaker through some of the toughest sod I ever saw, this at the dryest time of theyear. Anyone who will put a careful operator on his Nilson tractor, need have no fear that he will be disappointed with the machine.  Very truly yours, / Lethbridge, Alberta. (Signed) G. M. ROSENSTEIL, Extra Good Materials Mean Extra Value WAUKESHA heavy duty tractor motors, built by the Waukesha Motor Co., world's largest builders tractor r.nd .ruck motors exclusively. Hyatt roller bearings used throughout, eliminating the troubles common with babbit and bronze bearings. Speed: Nilson tractors pull your loads at from 2 to 4J4 miles per hour. The wide surface on the drive wheels prevents unnecessary packing of newly plowed ground. Traction means how hard do the drive wheels grip the ground to prevent slipping. The Nilson has solved the problem of traction by the lever and fulcrum principal with its patented lever hitch. Extra Value is What You Get in Niison's Nilson tractors are 95 per cent, ail steel which means the maximum of strength with the minimum of weight. Transmission gears are high grade steel, cut and hardened and run in oil. The gear case is dust proof. Nilson Tractors are easy to operate, comfortable to ride on, spring mounted front and rear, easy as a Ford to steer. Only one wbdel in furrow (front) making it self steering while plowing. All this means comfort to the driver and makes the long hard working days seem shorter. V THE NILSON HAS THE REMARKABLE DRAW. BAR POWER OF 3000 POUND (OFFICIAL TEST BY THE HYATT ROLLER BEARING CO., USING THEIR OWN GOVERNMENT APPROVED DYNAMOMETER). THE NILSON JUNIOR WEIGHS ONLY 4^00 POUNDS. INSIST UPOty KNOWING THE DRAW-BAR POWER OF THE MACHINES YOU ARE INTERESTED IN AND COMPARjE THAT WITH THE NILSON. 4 NILSON OWNERS HAVE LESS TROUBLE TO KEEP TRACTOR DRIVERS because the boys like to drive Nilsons Don't delay your order if you expect one for spring work. REPAIR PARTS AT LETHBRIDGE and CALGARY W. F. Distributor of Nilson Tractors --- for Southern ^Vll^erta - Lethbridge, 416 4th Ave. S. Si ;