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NEW CAR REQUIRES CARE
Excessive Speed May Ruin It in
First Thousand Miles.
HILLS "ON HIGH" HARMFUL
Repeated Washings with Cold
Water Will Tend to Keep
the Paint Bright.
Tir, eaaof. far t' " dell* ? i j ol
new can i" ownan and ? large percent
? f ihtm win gc iiit?i inexpert bands
and lose much ?>f their value through poor
handling. Mu? I ? ttlsfactloa tu lie
derived from an automobile depend? on
its handling in tin- Orel tow hundred
miles, m.til the bearings have beea "run
'??i th? paint hat "i I ' r*roperly
handled al drat, -t d ihouW Im
? idlly ami be .it its t'. m ,?t t'-.
: LOW or '.
; . there art . in
. of Improvins by uae, steadily de
? d in th" meicr
ity of i est s mich dise eaull
traced t'? rough handling on iiie road
? . attetition ?a the garage.
-. ? ation
? .i?> two moot potent causee of prema?
? on, and of the two over
l . probably the mon common.
Too ? mix
-?? i tain at the Mr le I po -
having diacoven M ? ?
?. ?:. are tempt? ?i to
? constant ? ?*i"rts t-? sq leeae an i
? \v it.lie?; .ir so OUt of a I"" wii?i..
A HtUe gelf-reatraint i well repaid,
: y !f tl.e <-.w - .1 small
small cai - ..i the n
will < :i hour on
th.- flat, but their - i Id be "?"ell
fd m ii.\ the ? limit at
tiin iv miles, exet pi
ami th- ;. ere art tht b? t
t? r i": th? ii pocketa
Hlah SP?B<eds .--hoi lii .-:?:
ed for a month
the makers, .-o that when the
Ii tried right out to ;ts limit of powei
i."th enslne and transmission mas be in
the h. -t t ? - rtdltlon for with-;
lag ' High .-m ? :. iwi v. r. is
-int the onlj form of Ill-usage t?. which
th. new cai is subjected on the i
There are few I th?'
temptation of trying to learn how -
a gradient can be negotiated on tht t? ;?
Bxperlm? ats of t hi
lamag*T*s to the engine ami transmis?
sion as a burst of ht?.'h speed on th?- level
end may rightl* be classed under th head
??f unfair treatment.
Moat modern cart are oued with g\
. i cape at every point where fi I
i they should ';??? ? 11
to i.. tot?- ovary nm. '
w hat is Irai <sq tally
true of the body I'. I and varnish will
mature with careful i;. itment, and rapl ?
ly deteriorate, under ill u.-.ige. Much ?? -
T'CikIs on the treatment th" COf receives
for the first low ""reeks. Kven the most
i ons'-k-ntlous of cleaners is greatly han?
dicapped If the car first comes into ?? .,
lar use in w? t weather. Rain drop?.
mud allowed to dry on new varnish will
almost Inevitably Main it.
Careful and repeated washings with
plenty of <?!>.?:! eoM water win help to
harder; the surface of new coachwork in
such a n.aura r that it will retain mu h of
?ts pristine brilliance for many months.
A few days' neglect, <"i the other hand,
will ruin its appearance forever, and a
really good driver will never allow mud
to dry on a eat nearly arrived from the
? oacfa builders
Speedway Not in Zone of
Big Flood at Indianapolis
Field for Memorial Day Race
Increased by Entry of
i lr-i Ite r.i - t.? t be co
Indianapolis Motor Bj.Iwaj wai < ? '
hed by th?' flood which Hi Id Indian*
apol ' ' isp last week. The Bpeed
managem? ni r? poi ta that nol a dol?
? ? ol p ? ? i ....... d with th?
cours? i- situated on high ground north
?. i oi Indianapolis, i nd ws ? eral
mil? .-? r? moved i rom tin flood ipna
The roadway win. h leads to th< Speed?
way from the central part of Indianapolis
is of solid concrete, and to-daj Is In as
I-, rfecl condition as it was before " ??
heavy ram. began falling. The (io?>?i will
In no was Interfere with the WO-mili
ed for Ifay 30,
Those who nave planned to tour to
Indianapolis for the race have been as
sii:. d that they will And i? if? ct i";i?i con
ditlona awaiting them. The Indians road!
are all In excellent shan?, and with ? few
sun Will he in I'm. condition 1"''
I ?touring The bridges damaged by the
1 n... .1 will ;iii ht r? paired long bt fore neo
i lurln i ..h th? ? Kdti?n? nt of lai I wi ? I
th.- gpt ? ?iw.-.> managemcnl ret*elved an
Interesting entry from Johnny'Jenkins,
\ ? t. ran drlvt r, who will makt i
t.-mi i to win the Mg pria? thl y? ar at
j the o h el ol ? Bch?ct car. Jenkln bs
! mad. formal entry of the ?'ar him ? It*.
and si ounces that hit mount, a h
| i.? ins n built at the Bchact fa? toi y, s II
i m shape for s try-out In a few da) . it
? v. ni i.m.-mi. ?.-.i thai tbi Bt hact took
' fifth place in the '?< *"tn le i ace laal ?toi
being driven by 'farmer Mill ' Bndlcotl
and hit brother Harry. Jenkins fool
sured thai with the Improvements which
have be? n put on the car under his super?
vision he will be able to <io much better
th .n did Bndlcott
When Jenkins's car comeo from the
1 fa? tory .t will be formally called the
! Bohacl Bpedal. it m ill hare s boi ? ol
! i-s Inches and a stroke <>t VA Inches,
! which will i-i\>- n a cylinder displacement
loi UM cubic null's, a coincidence con?
nected with the entry of this car is (he
i fact that it ht entitled to racing No U
This was the number of the Bchact car
la . ' - ar.
TO ADDRESS MOTORISTS
Secretary of State May Will
Meet West Hudson Tourists.
I The smoker to be siren at Newh
run of th?
w. Hudson-* il t M
will be notable from the fact
Btate Mil hell M*0 ? -: ?'
? ,.- ? add the road
\. a v<-: h Btati 'liti"!,
and probable Improvement. Mr, May II
an ? nthualastli m
? a warm w? lourlst
. r. which will n all i i"
undei tbi . o ? ?
ten.-ii g test
m sre well - way, and
111 ii. Issu? ?' this
tlon In t... a don of O? o Ro .. >i tson'a
. ol imbus '
David .... \ a. a.
??? ted t"
W .1 Moi ? t th? tour.
e allowed to any
Und "i fuel In order to bring out the
most economical tour
t.i th?. many n? >*. ?
?f .. . heaper grade >?! im
gestio i baa been w? sd ai d a 111
j undoubtt diy ??? pul n op? i ation.
TIPS OM CARE OF RIMS
Many Ways by Which Careful
Driver Can Avoid Expense.
Rim lected e apl to .
n n Btea -
art, Jr., who glv?*i tl.wing - les for
the care of rims:
Don't ride on the v.m without sufficient
air pressure In the tir? a
Don't rid? with caalrg on rima that an
Don't fall to use a pressun ga ige, as It
will save rim cutting.
Don't fall to keep the rim free fr??m rust
at ? n t i 11. ? ?.
Don't forget when storing the car away
? -c-, < lean and revarnlsh rimp.
Don't attempt to revarnlsh rima, though,
until ?very tra
that i- Im la neltl |
Don't fall, aftei coming in fron a long
nej. particularly If th? weal
oi the road? slushy, t>. a
the i ii u cl? sn and I
?rill du much i" pr? ? ? I ? ust
One may be sure that Time and Meters
tell the bare, plain truth on tires.
False claims may have a brief effect.
But you may depend that the tire which
leads in the long run has made its claims
We ask you to judge the Goodyears by
the place they hold after fourteen years'
The Top Place
Goodyear tires, try long odds.
are the most poput&c, tires In the
The demand has grown like an
avalanche since motorists found
Last yesr'? sales by far exceeded
our previous 12 years put together.
And this year's sales to users is
running twice as large as la t.
The Verdict of
Over two million Goodyears bave
gone into use,
verdict of 300,
Not men who
THE GOODYEAR TIRE &
With or Without
These are days of raetered mileage
Men are watching tire upkeep.
No doubtful advantage, no petty
saving, brought this flood of favor
to No-Rira-Cut tires
It Was This
It was the fact that these uew?
type tires coded the ruin of rim
These oversue tires, under aver?
age conditions, added 25 per cent
to the tire mileage
And the Goodyear experts, better
than others, solved the problems
of tire endurance You'll find thiu
out, as others
have, when you
caake the te? t
Write for the
year edition. It
tells all known
ways to econo
j mizo on tires.
RUBBER CO.. Akron, Ohio
Mil? ?Company Im? no ?..nn?? n?.n ?Ii.iIm. r with nny
i ni.I>? r ?on? ??in ?hl? Ii ?im . i?:?- 1...1..1, ., num.'
New York Rrsocs. 1972 Broadway.
Brooklyn Braacs, 1172 Bedford Ave.
."(cwsrh/Brss?lr. 2* H*l?> St.
Phones Bedford 7560 7&6I.
Pbooes Mirkei 7.>y>-7S?7.
THIS OWNER NOT WORRIED
Hit Train, He Says. But No
One in Car but His Wife.
?Y? re It not fi i.nal la
found in the atacl I that
front the varioui executive ..f the Oak
la -i Company, at Pontl .. ? day,
?i-m tl of them would find it h..r.i
to battle the temptation* ol
fever." But even in the motoi
car Industr) a da* ' mail Includu gi
ally some frea i tiie
humoi of whl h I ? Ipa io bright* n the
Rt ? ntly th.-:'- rrived <
that ? . accident to an < lal
car, th? own? r writing that th? result
? en not ?et loua, sa th? n s ? : o on?
.n i ? . n but ins wife, and that,
though sh? ? not a .ilk. her In
f ? "m s ?mall plac In lllln a fol?
"l'.-a: Sir; \ - . inn
Into .. train on the crossing II waa
bad pli ? : ain ha-i be? n I
., ? old i ?
t m. li i e< ? except mj wlf? and i bul
It bruis? goodea
to i? ilk but not hint re? Vow
this . bad Shape i s ?li Bhlp II
t.. you to-moi i on end noon a
it lei ? ? -, aha! you ;
: a ou Id Ilk? foi ou to tar? It down
Make s ISl I Mod? I ol it m lu n
B? ? It ..-i ? m t? II M< what ah I I
A GREAT MILEAGE RECORD
A total distance i Ore ? I
..... ? ?
haulii c i 1908 Ijo? ??
land i il? i ?-v. ic d bi i i d< rick li
? - .
Koi -??" i mnli g we?
an. .1 !.. tter than
maintained h dallj
During this I
on the va I lall li? s
.-s s.hen the mot
M STRIKE HAS ENDED
Akron Factories Again Running
Under Normal Conditions.
NO CONCESSIONS GRANTED
Manufacturers Look for No
Further Trouble-State Finds
That Wages Are High.
"Will n Hi- I W W I II'1" I ' fi kt ?.?
formally declared off by th? Imported
i. ,.<!? ra .?t ;i un etlns on Bundaj sat, tbe
last inn- to preven! Akron Industrial In?
BtttUtJona from returning to norm.-il wa:,
remorad." said ?'. W. BetberHns, vice
I-. ? rident ?.f the Oood) ?-.ir ? 'ompanj.
?Akron has passed through .? tima ol
considerable stress, and ladlcatyona an
that there ?rill \>c u<> further labor <lis
i irbanct Cot a ^.i mans iraan to coma
Uoiktn? ii in th- Akron rabbet ? o tori. :
abo were temporarllj earrled away by
the auitatioi, ol the Industrial Workors
...f the World appear to bava returned to
i? rtow ?*f Hi" situation.
??Wa Snnly ?* :i,'v' I*sA ? m dlthnu In
\i. .,. .... :i bo b.-tt.-r than ovar before, i
tboug ? ? ? m< ; ai 'i the manufact- '
i ?... elvi i bavc ? i ? wna
rtaln tl at the roault is
for th? I ' an?
tel) .? Ions were Kraft? d by
emplo! *. i to bi Ing about dec
? i ?? itrik? Ii off.
i . i - Akron of th?.?
-. ? ? ; Mi,
? . mittet ed bj the ?'???.
world was permitted to km ??? tb it
? A rubber fad c
lit] and expei ?
u th? coui ?
nt and I --
I S3 '. ? they
? to I.I- . ar plant.
n view of
"Bui the fael t It did pti
Kita the In i
as filled with , well
arorl , and i ? l ;
a I us t?i
I their cause, W
' : 00
a of Inl ? ? i
feel thai s lit!
< .vitrant. -.I for One Year
(Not 90 Days I
The Catalogued Speeds of Fiat
Cars Are Those for Continuous
Going, Hour After Hour, and Not
What the Car Will Do on a Limited
Run Under Favorable Conditions
i d on the level, power in heavy going and on
lull*, are most important to the car owner.
Ilavt you discovered the great difference between
ilic catalogued speed and continuous peed ol
the average automobile? Fiai Cars v. ill go hour
after hour al thei ? ! without
heating, unusual wear or damage. The vi
ous and varied ra< lerience o? II A/1 has
helped to make such perfection possible
The 55 II. P. 4-r\linder Fiat is ;i splendid iHu-?
tration of the successful combination of continu
mis speed and power, with the added features oi
Silence, Absence ol Vibration and Flexibility.
The testing ground of this car wa from Pough
keepsie through the hardcsl and highes! sections
ol the < at<kill Mountain1 to the very top. The
marvelous manner in which the steep grades and
tortuous going were annihilated stamped the car
to be ?i "Warhorse <>i the Mountain," and the
way in which it Bilently obeyed the will <?f tin*
operator in congested traffic, with no noise or
vibration, certainly proved the car to l>< "Master
oi the Boulevard."
Ark For a Demonstration of the "55"
Price, with Any Style Open Body
Other Fiat Models
35 H.P. 4 Cy inder
50 H.P. 6 Cylinder
Electric Lighting System Luxurious Appointment!
Fiat Motor Sales Co.
Broadway and 57th St. New York
Boaton, 839-841 Boylaton St. Providence, 26-28 Snow St.
Th? FIAT Factory ?t Paughkeepsie, New York, i. ? direct unit of
the FIA T PUnt at Turin, Italy. It was established th.ee ?/car. ?go
lo brina direct factory service to Fiat owner* in Amirici and lo
eliminate the payrmnt of 45 par cant import duty, thereby making
possible ?lie purchase of Fiat Superiority nt American Price?.
Difficulties Bring Out
the True Strength and
Character of an Insti?
tution as well as of Men
WHATEVER temporary incon?
venience may have been caused
to The B. F. Goodrich Company
by the derangement of Akron's work?
ing conditions, brought about through
the instigation and appeal of business
destroyers, is perhaps more than off?
set by the resultant attention directed
to its clean-cut, high-grade good will
policy, coupled with the resourceful?
ness that speaks for the organization
and equipment of the Greatest Rub?
ber Factory in the World.
<J The B. F. Goodrich Company is
today larger and greater than ever.
Fortunately no flood damage came to
the Goodrich Factory. It is run?
ning full time and never was in a
better position to care for customers'
orders with dispatch.
(? Witness?A Train Load of
Eight Cars filled with Good
rich Tires sent through to De?
troit, Saturday, March 29th.
"Q Witness ?A Car Load of
Goodrich Tires and Rubber
Boots expressed to Dayton on
Sunday, March 30th, in re?
sponse to an urgent call from
the Dayton Relief Association.
?I Witness ?A Car Load of
Goodrich Washout Hose ex?
pressed to the same city on
Monday, March 31st, in re?
sponse to a further call from
the relief workers.
f? XV this to prove that the working
ability today of the Goodrich factory
is not impaired or diminished in any
particular whatsoever. The Goodrich
factory stands where it has always
stood?the first and greatest well
spring of Akron's prosperity and fame,
and your best source of everything
that's good in rubber.
The B. F. Goodrich Co.