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IRON COUNT.Y BC0R1VCB1AR C1TT. UTAM, FRIDAY, JUNK 4, 1929. PAGE TURKS Vnl
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ISpTOiVIOBILE & TRACTOR Kgg
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F ANCIENT VINTAGES OF AUTOS APPEAR
IN JUBILEE OF FRENCH TOURING CLUB
Jinny strurw tind (.umborsoino airs iiiikIi tippi'iniinco tit llio Jubilee rc
iew held by I hi- Touring Hub of Kronen. Tlic club Iiiih a membership of
orer 100,000 tin d uonio of tho older members who had old-fushloned motors
utored away In their burns got them out for the intrude.
Tho munt umiHunl exhibit was a model of 1804, which 1b shown lu the
nhoto.
AVTOnOlMIX
Do not let engine run when car Is
Bkmdlng.
Studiously avoid spilling leakage
aad evaporation.
be spring clips arc, In nine out of
trai cases, neglected car parts.
Have tb carburetor adjusted to jrlvc
n
largest possible mileage per gallon.
One of the surest ways to Rhorten
tho life of a tire Is tho continual driv
ing In deep ruts.
Do not 'fasten chains too tightly nor
to it spoke. Many a tire has been
mined by disregarding this advice.
I.enky valve guides will cauo nils
tiring, especially at low speeds, air bo
Ing sucked In and diluting the mixture.
A sotino of noise that Is frequently
1 The Hot Spot iL
1 CHALMERS J
M $Sfcv Gets Maximum Power HI!
M iac2 Jrom 1 'resent-Day Uas Kjs
TTOT SPOT heats and "breaks -4 1
! j .jr JLJL up"" the heavy, raw particles 1 1 j
jj 1 of"Bas"likcwatcrstrikngahotstovc. 18
1 1 . I A fine vapor "cloud" is formed, and 1,
J j while thc"gas" is in that fine condition fi "'
J i Ilam's-horn rushes it to the cylinders.
jL The results are well known to those 1 1
Sj who drive a Chalmers. ""' iff
h J. D. LEIGH MERC. CO. h
Ip U ! AGENTS I h
Dp LUND - - UTAH III j
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overlooked Is the case coerlng the
timing gears. It should be kept tilled
with lubricant.
A small quantity of glycerin applied
to the wind shield with n piece of clean
waste will helit keep the glass clean
when driving In the rain.
The Kunlty of non-lubrtcntlon Is
wenr. The penalty of wear Is noise
and the penalty of noise Is discomfort
In other words, oil and be comforta-
Dealer J. A. Kopp la demonstrating
n new model Essex touring car, which
haB n new departure in wondshield
equipment, with sido wings to pro
tect tho passengers from wind and
storm. It is a dashy ppcaring turn
out. Don't wait until your car collapses
on tho road like tho deacon's "one
hoss' shay." "A stitch in time saves
nine," is just as applicable to auto
mobile) bb to socks or other wearing
apparel.
I Get Goodyear Tire Economy for
That Smaller Car
Just as owners of the highest -priced auto
- XySS mobiles get greater mileage and economy I
pK out of Goodyear Tires, so can the owners I
Wv A smar C3ts similarly enjoy Goodyear
' rJ&T wMh advantages.
- LrCrCT IBIil e 30x3 30x3V6-, and 31x4-inch sizes of
Wyr MlllM Goodyear Tires are built to afford a money's
IfXY ISwm worth in performance and satisfaction which
iyf. I 111 only the utmost in experience, resources
(Afy I llllll ani care can produce.
(Jwfl J ''Pil3'? This extraordinary money's worth begins
IIaX I I not only with the merit of these tires, but
f I also with the first cost, which in most cases
arA I is no greater, and sometimes actually is less,
Mjjlfw I I I than that of other makes of the same types I
IpK I of tires. I
!8lSr ill to t'ie nearest Goodyear Service Station
iSBw I Dealer for Goodyear Tires for your Ford,
j CwSin ill Chevrolet,Dort, Maxwell, or other cars taking
WfflBjw m 1 1 these sizes. He is ready to supply you Good-
tfflHisW year eavY Tourist Tubes at the same time.
II 30x3' Goodyear Double-Cure "250 Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes arc thick, strong tubes that
j Fabric, AH-Weather Tread JLJ reinforce casings properly. Why risk a good casing with a
I cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little more
30x3'A Goodyear Single-Cure t- en than tubes of less merit. 30x3'A wie in water- a cr
I Fabric, Anti-Skld.Trcavf A proof bag . 4H
II As Clean Cut as a Thoroughbred II 'iB
The clean-cut businesslike desien of the "Z" Engine j Ttt-IH
I results from efliciency in manufacture. A farm engine, II, Wtl
II to be efficient, must be properly designed may also have It V 1
graceful lines free from gecgaws. jjj; 'f.''l
Immensely strong in every part weight where wciRht is 'f't'lH
i needed. Every strain foreseen every contact part case 3 : JH
hardened all parts carefully, precisely made by accurate y u tH
J machine work therefore interchangeable. ti " ,'
'J Look9 like a thoroughbred-- one. Delivers a steady flow I t I'l
of power runs smoothly opcr.ttcs economically. Unit I Jfe M
I assembly, precision method, and efltcicnt design make it ' ; - M
II the pe feet farm engine. (A mighty pleasing engine to fil 6'H
I look at. Come in and see today. yl '!l
I Other "Z" features arc: Runs on kerbscne, coal oil. tops, 'v-:l
' as well as gasoline; built in liosch high tension oscillating ' ' ,H
H magneto; more than rated power; every part interchange- III' ' BH
M able; long-lived endurance. ' -'H
l Factory Prices: ' ' H
! lJH.P $75.00 !,H
I 3 II. P 125.00 .H
6 II. P 200.00 I H
J FRE1CHT EXTRA ' H
j CEDAR CITY CO-OP. M. & M. L , -H
Cedar City, Utah. , B
Democratic County Convention.
Tho Democratic County Convention
is hereby called to meet at Cedar City
Saturday, Juno Cth, nt 2 p. m., in tho
City Library, for tho purposo of elect
ing delegates to attend tho Stato Con
vention and to organize tho county
organization and to attend to any oth
er matters that may como up for con
sideration. Representation to tho convention is
apportioned to tho various precincts
as follows: ono dclcgnto for every 25
votes or fraction thereof cast for
Judgo Morris, giving to Buckhorn 1,
Pnragonnh 2, Parowan C, Summit 1,
Enoch 1, Cedar City 0, Kanarra 1,
Newcastle 1, Modcna 2, Statclino 1,
Lund 1. M. J. MACPARLANE,
County Chairman.
E. B. DALLEY,
, Secretary.
PROM STAGE TO
POLITICS
Ky$r'MkSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSlBjhH
dr JiBSSSSSSsEiBBliBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSKv
Misn Loulso AndniR
Tact, tenacity and, when nucos
eary. taciturnity, aro tho threo na
sentlals to sucnoBR In politics as In
other Holds, according to Lou Inn
Andrus, publicity director ot tho
(HinolB Republican Woman's Com
mlttco Since Juno, 1910. shn bus
been keeping tho stato Informed
of tho progress of tho G. O P.
women toward tho polls 'Women
uro natural politicians." says Miss
Andrus "Thoy havo boen mado
so through generations of ma
neuvering to get the things thoy
wanted. With tho now practlco tn
teum work which tht) war dovol
opod thoy aro not merely marlcing
timo, but aro lining up intelli
gently to support or dofoat the l
buos ahead."
Prior to entering tho tleld of
political publicity, Miss Andrus.
who in prlvato llfo Is Mrs. E. Q.
RogorB. was In charge of tho
women's publicity In the flvo states
of tho Seventh Federal Rnsorvo
district Sho Is a versatile young
woman, having taught English
and expression at Adrian College,
Michigan, aftor graduating from
Northwestern University, and later
plavu character parts for two
wai with May Robson.
Subscribe far the Record.
Women H
Made Young . H
Bright eyes, n clear skin and a body 1
full of youth and health may be H
yours if you will keep your system ' H
in order by regularly taking 'H
GOLD MEDAL
The world's standard rnrneJy for kidney, Vl
liver, bladder and uric acid traublut., tti a
enemies of llio nnd looks. In usu nine Y4H
1096. All drugglstn, three Blres. 5.-?VB
Look for tKo nam Gold Modal on avary box jirjl
and accept no Imitation -jg M
. iT H
Uncle John Urie of Hamilton's Ft, "''Bi
made Cedar City a periodical call last H
Tuesday und found time to drop into ,H
The Record offlco and "swapp lkf 'H
with tho editor for an hour, Dro. H
Uric seems as well as usual, and d- (H
spito his 8G years is ns capable as roost H
men at sixty. H
Come In and See M
the $7,000,000 '
3V2mcn Tire -vJB
Tin's is the famous Firestone j
mohlcd 34 inch tire that fl
has its own plant, its own M
special machinery, special ::H
methods, special organiza- H
tion. H
Tlius Firestone serves car H
owners with quantity pro- H
duction. This permits a ,H
value in tires never before ' iH
acccmplislicd at the price. H
Get your share of these 'B
savings by having us equip WM
you. H
wg2 I IV.UI III a .-5S
FRESH BREAD, PASTRY, ETC., EVERY DAY. jfl
GOOD LINE OF CONFECTIONARY AND GROCERIES
DELICIOUS ICE CREAM EVERY DAY :
Cedar City Bakery & Confectionerv I ,S
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