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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY. FET3KUAUY 14. 1022
Does More for Less
Thai I Ik Fol d One Ton Tnidc docs nioi o for llie fiiinior or tin;
iiu'icliiinl h proved by the great number of them now in daily use
Hint il docs this al less cost is shown by tin! iicliuil figures si
smaller first cost and a iinich lower expense Tor operation and up
keep. The Ford One-Ton Truclc has proved a great money Haver, as
well as a labor saver.
The Ford One-Ton Truck has all Ihe merits or the Ford itr,
with added strength for greater capacity. The worm gear drivVof
aluminum bronze jives nnnsnal and positive power at a very low
Oomc in and let us show yon how the Ford One-Ton Truck
will help you and save you money in your work.
We are prepared to furnish the Ford One-Ton Truck equipped
either with Standard or Special (Searing. The Standard (Searing
jives the truck a maximum of power. The Special (Searing in
creases the speed of the truck from five to seven miles an hour,
converting it into a Fust Delivery Car.
Natutlumlt (Parage, Htb.
ENDOUS DROP IN
PRICE OF DODGE
F. O. B. KAUAI
DODGE TOURING $1310
DODGE ROADSTER $1285
Cord Tire Equipment
The Dodge without a doubt is the best buy in its
class. Ask Uncle Sam, he used thousands during the
war and is still using them.
American-Hawaiian Motors Co., Ltd.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG COMPANY, LTD.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
Tha port of Ahukinl, Kauai la
now nn open port, ami freight will
Ijo received at Homlulu on Mondays
at Pier No. 14 to go forward on our
S. S. Claudlno and on Tuesdays and
Wednesdays at I'ier No. 12 to go
forward on freight steamer for de
stination from Llhuc to Kcalla.
Freight for any of the above des
tinations will go via Ahukinl unless
otherwlso designated by the ship
per. INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION CO., LTD.
Honolulu, T. II.', Feb. 9th, 1022.
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS
Commencing February 10, 1922,
the sailing hour of tho S. S. Klnau
on Saturdays from Waimca, will be
put forward to 2 p. m and from
Koloa to 5 p. m.
"lNTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION CO., LTD.
Honolulu, T. H., Feb. D, 1922.
Parsonpers arriving st Nawlliwlll
on the S. S. KJnau, Feb. S:
II. I'. Faye, L. Jacobson. Mrs. L.
Jacol a.T, Master Jacobsen, A. E.
Arledge, O. Musaahl. Tom 'Adams.
Mrs. T. Adams, Master T. Adams,
faster Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Gcshe
John and two Infants, Master G.
John, H. Rohrlg, Mrs. V. b.'.Love,
Mrs. L. II. Frallch, Dr. Gustln
Smith, M. It. Tevos. Mrs. E. K. C.
Yap. Rof Koloa: Miss M. Almeida.
Passengers arriving on S. S. Clau
dine at Nawlliwlll, February 10:
S. Uoblnson, Mrs. S. Robinson.
R. Kato, Mrs. It. Kato, Judge L. A.
Dickey, M. Masakl. Mrs. Masakl,
A. Homo, J. Marin. K. Yamamoto,
Sun Young Choi S. Dodo, T. Brit
tain, Mrs. Brlttnln, Dan Conway.
Ho Lum, Mrs. T. Shal, Mrs. S. Ya
mada, Master Yamada (2), T. Hi
rose, H. B. Kalwa, Hce Fat, 0. J.
Holt, Chlng Tai, F. Shainor, Choy
Chin, M. Kurusu, J. I. Gomes, Mrs.
J. I. Gomes, Miss Gomes, Mrs. Kal
wa and two children, Mrs. Mary
Hart, A. Itego, Alfonso, E. A. Deck
er, Mrs. M. Loy, M. Masakl, F.
Franco, S. Mlynhara, P. S. Lee, Car
"Llhuc plantation company: Forty
Filipino laborers. Two women, 3
Grove Farm Co.: Ono man, 1 wo
man. 3? children.
Koloa Sugar Co.: Thirty men, 2
women, 1 child.
30o W..E ctaot 40m
Passenger arrlvats by tho stca.Q;r
Claudlno at Nawlliwlll. on Feb. 14:
V. Senrby, A. C. W. lrcton. Mrs.
Nlshlma. A. V. Gear. Itbbert Gandll.
Lcong Lum, U. Nlshlkawa, M. Sal
to, W. Eklund, Miss Tmclma Wil
liamson, Mrs. W. Kerr, Mrs. E. H.
Wood, II. L. Jacksnu. U. Fukutnyfr
Mrs. Mlyao. S. Kawakaml, H. Shi
mamura, M. Felix, Mac Hose, Mrs.
Mac Hose, Mrs. Paul Isonberg, Miss
Iscnbcn;, S. Sucoka, M. Scklgucbt,
S. Takahashl. I. Ichloka, W. H. His
orman, Mr. Cnslln, Mrs. Caslln, D.
S. Bowmann. A. M. Crank, Hock
Ham, S. Yokoi, Y. Harndn, Y. Inou-
CADILLAC CORRECT LUBRICATION CHART
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ENGINE 7. Daily, or very 100
miles, pour fresh Zerolino No. 5 in
'.u crankcaso through filler pipe un
ul oil level gauge on erankcase reg
( isters full. Avoid overfilling. I3est
ill.. ...Ill l.n .t.lnl.in.l tf 41.n rill
luouua lli UU UUkUlllUU il. LllU Ull
-&XJ i level is maintained between half
t full and full marks on tho gauge.
To got a correct reading of tho oil
level gauge, tho automobile should
bo approximately level and the en-
trlttrt unf I'lintitncr Wlinti nnrrtnn tti
U running the oil pressuro indiciUor
on dash should show pressuro which
will vary with tho speed and tem
perature of the engine. If no pres
sure is registered,' tho indication is
lack of oil in crankcaso, oil pump
lint wnrlflmf nrnnirlv. nr Rnmn nh
H struction or break in oil passages.
The engine should immediately bo
stopped and tho trouble located
At regular intervals, as rccom-
101 mended by the manufacturer, or,
It In tho absence of such instructions,
I every ti nines, inu uu in me uiaiiK
j euso reservoir should bo entirely ro
. newed in the following manner:
First, remove tho drain plug In hot-
ID ! torn of crankcaso, allowing all old
jjj oil to drain. This should preferably
IN I be dono when tho engine Is warm.
as the old oil when heated will
drain faster and less of 11 will ad
hero to tho inner surfaces of tho
crankcaso. Next, replace drain plug
and pour four quarts of Calol Flush
ing Oil into cranV.caso through filler
pipe. Then start and operate tho en
gine under its own power at a mod
erate speed for from ono to two
minutes, by which timo all oil pas
sages and inner surfaces will have
been cleansed by tho action of tho
flushing oil. Again romovo drain
plug nnd when certain that crank
caso Is thoroughly drained, replace
plug anil refill crankcaso resorvolr
with frosh Zeroleno oil as speci
fied. Approximately six quarts aro
required. When filling tho resor
oir through filler pipe, care should
bo taken that no dirt or other fore
ign substance Is carried into en
glno with tho fresh oil.
Every 2000 miles It is advisablo
to remove lower crankcaso and thor
oughly clean tho oil screen.
FAN HUD HEARING 1. Every
00 miles apply a fow drops of Zero
lono No. r through oil hole at baso
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yi l ui iiiuiKu till tiiu muni.
jjj j STARTER GEAR SHAFT. Every
r00 miles use oil gun to force Zero
Ieno Transmission Lubricant "A" in
to center of shaft. Access to same
may bo had by removing small cov
er plato on front floor boards.
ELECTRIC GENERATOR AND
STARTING MOTOR 10. Every f.OO
miles apply a few drops of Zeroleno
No. r to oil cups al each end of ur
CLUTCH THRUST BALL BEAR
ING 33. Every 1000 miles use oil
gun to fill ball race with Zerolene
Transmission Lubricant "A." Ac
cess to same may bo had by raising
front floor boards and removing
clutch cover plate.
TIMER AND DISTRIBUTOR 8.
Every 2000 miles romovo small
breather cap on side of housing and
fill with Zerolene cup greaso.
STEERING GEAR HOUSING 31.
Every 1000 miles remove plug in
upper part of housing and use oil
gun to fill housing with Zerolene
Transmission Lubricant "A."
TIRE AIR COMPRESSOR 35.
Whenever tho . pump is to be used,
apply a few drops of Zerolone No.
5 to oil holes on each side of cy
linder of pump.
UNIVERSAL JOINTS 12-39. Ev
ery GOO miles remove greaso plug in
front and rear universal joints and
with greaso gun fill joints with Zero
leno Cup Greaso. These joints hold
only a small amount of greaso, and
as they aro constantly in action and
transmit all driving power from en
gine to rear axle, it is important
that they aro kept well lubricated.
TRANSMISSION 11. Every ' GOO
miles remove oil level plug on side
of transmission case, and, if no oil
runs out, use oil gun to Inject Zero
lene Transmission Lubricant "A" un
til it begins to overflow through op
ening. Then replaco plug.
Every 2000 miles romovo drain
plug from bottom of case and allow
all old oil to drain. Then remove
cover and wash all gears, shafts,
and interior of case with Pearl Oil
(keroseno). When transmission is
clean and thoroughly drained, replaco
drain plug and fill to correct level
with Zerolono Transmission Lubri
REAR AXLE HOUSING 23. Ev
ery G00 miles removo oil lovel plug
In rear housing, nnd, if no oil runs
out, uso oil gun to inject Zerolono
Transmission Lubricant "A" until
it begins to overflow through open
ing. Then roplaco plug.
Every 2000 miles removo rear cap
on housing and wash gears and bear
ings with Pearl Oil (kerosene). Wipe
out all old oil and -keroseno from
bottom of housing with clean rags.
Do not uso waste. Replaco cover on
housing and fill with Zerolene Trans
mission Lubricant "A" to proper lov
el. Note: Ab bearing in both trans
mission and rear axlo arc entiroly
lubricated by splash from revolving
gears, hard greaso should never bo
used in either place.
WHEEL BEARINGS G, IS, 2S,
11. Every 2000 miles removo wheels
and wash bearings and hubs thor
oughly with Pearl Oil (keroseno).
Repack bearings with fresh Zerolono
Cup Grease and repaco wheels, fus
ing careful to get proper adjusting
on wheel bearings.
SPRINGS. Every G00 miles, or
whenever sprlnks squeak, clean oft
all dirt and old oil and apply small
quantity of Standard Household Lu
bricant nlong tho edges of spring
leaves. A small brush may bo used
or the oil applied by moans of
Standard Household Lubricant Han
dy Can with spout attached.
GREASE CUPS. When empty, &1
grease cups should bo refilled with
Zeroleno Cup Grease.
Dally, or every 100 miles, greaso
cups on following parts should bo
turned down two complete turns:
All spring bolts (3, 9, 1G, 22, 21,
30, 38 and 45); stcoring knucklo
bolts (5, 2G); cross steorlng rod
pins (4, 27); steering gear drag link
Every GOO miles greaso cups on
following should bo turned down
two completo turns: Brako rockor
shafts (14, 17, 21, 37, 42, 41)'; tor
sion rod front bracket (13); torsion
rod rear pin (1G); drivo pinion
shaft housing (40) ; water pump .
GENERAL LUBRICATION. Every
GOO miles apply a fow drops of Zero
lono No. G to all joints and small
working parts not otherwise provid
ed with lubrication, such as timer
drivo shaft bearings (S), brake und
clutch pedal shaft (34), steering
wheel (3G), spark and throttlo con
nections, brako clevis pins, etc.
Caro should bo taken that all oil
holes and passages aro freo from
dirt so that clean oil may reach tho
surfaces to bo lubricated.
Schedule of Lubrication.
Daily, or every 100 miles: EngfMt.
spring bolts; steering knucklo bolts;
cross steering rod pins; steering
gear drag link.
JSvory GOO miles: Fan hub bear
ings; stnrter gear shaft; electric
generator and starting motor; brako
rockor shafts; torsion rod front
bracket; torsion rod roar pin: drivo
pinion shaft housing; timer driver
shaft bearings; brako and clutch
pedal shaft; steering wheel; spark
and throttlo connections; brako clov
Is pins; universal joints; transmis
sion; rear nxlo housing; spring, Jl
Every 750 miles: Drain, flush and
refill cngino erankcase.
Every 1000 miles: Clutch thrust
ball bearings; steering gear housing.
Every 2000 miles: Transmission:
rear axlo housing; wheel bearings;
timer and distributor.
Note When daily average teinn-
eraturo is below 45 deg. F., Zoro-
leno No. 3 should ho used instead
of Zerolono No. G,