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1 j SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7
V MEANS STRENGTH
. Principle of Construction Is
1 1 ilow Applied to Storage
fl Through all the grout teals of on-
H glneerlns of the t decade or so.
M where exceptional strength has been
HH required. It seems that one simple but
I H ery Important principle has been ap-
I plied. This principle la diamond con-
' I il MOM Kill STRENGTH.
H Charles Simmer of Chicago, who
fH Stopped off In Ogden for a few houis
ft M k on lil H i to the North -
IH 1 west m;ii.. the r mark thai on hi trip
m " out lure he observed hundreds ot svl-
1 . dences of diamond construction
1 strength "I could see It everywhere."
H Ki lalmed Mr Sumner In the bridges
H and trestle, the signal lowers
H telegraph poles! and Whenever I h id 1
HH an opportunity to leave the train for1
4PB a Mttle time. 1 siw Uil mini principle
V H in evidence In fnetorles warehouses.
S eoalyards, and other structures Wher- '
jH ever there seemed to be the need for,
BSH nglh. !tTf 1 saw rl'.j n-
it has been also been reported that
N, in the tup ".,.ii mines of th' count rj
V; M the) an beginning more than r
1 to emploj this same principle The
' majority of all new locomotives o lie
used In these mines are being equipped i
1 JalSri nJ' their manufacturers with 1'hil-i-j
IKbJr--' i deiphia Diamond ;nd Batteries, the
IjW ty. ' -J Great strength and rellabllltj of which
, Is.dm to tin prlnclph of diamond on-
mfwM Si ruction
PRA Hi LL IM'I l ' VTION
K' jJM This same demand for strongth
a J J which tomes from the mines. brldg S
kSVI U exiles, tc . Is also made by all ,
rJ 1 present day automobiles,'' declared
V I Jacob Bowman, manager of th Ac-
0j crssorles Department of KlC Ches-
fjm man Auto Compan with whom Mr
jrajl Sumner visited while In Ogden. Knd
the onlj Isfactor: mswei to this'
automotive cry, often unheeded by car,
i fl f owners, is thai which Ij-' now ;" inn
iiXH given to coal mine locomotives --the
I liil.idelphi , HI l.i-el i itiClT-l
H We have distributed these batteries!
! 'uLl for more than i ycai ind during thai
HnlH time not a. single one has been returned
KSH for adjustment or replacement.
fS)" Mi- Sui:.riei- . . 1. 1 1 n 1 1 -d bis trip
g? northwest Saturday morning.
!r EVERV CUR MAS
Chevrolet Dealer Explains Dif
ferences in Make-Up of
Every outoniobile has a character
distinctly Its own. says I. I.. Halns,
manager Ogden Motor Car Co , local !
dealer In Chevrolet passenger and !
Today we see many different
b makes of motor ears ill built for ihe
1 same general purpose convenient in
dividual transportation. The charac
ter of each one must he Judged by the
manner In which it s'-rves thlsr pur
pose. "It does not taV:e a traineil eye to I
do this Of course, the man who has
a mechanical knowledge of automo-1
biles can form an accurate opinion
by Inspecting the materials of which j
a car is made. Its design and general
construction He Is also the better
Jugo of these points in operation.
"But anyone can estimate the cha--
acter of a car by what it actually
I does. And In the long run perform
ance Is the best test.
"The particular purpose of the man
ufacturer In building a car Is Justified
by the measure In which It serves I
And time Is the greatest factor In
proving the honesty and thoroughness
with which he has done his work.
"The reputation a car has been won
In years of service, therefore. Is the
true Indication of the character that
Is built Into it A reputation for econ
omy, convenience, comfort and de
pendability Is the highest mark of
quality In an automobile.
"And the cars that are the, most
i MOST CAR AILMENTS
MAY BE DETECTED BY
I J . .A.
Many of the most common motor
car aliments can easily be detected and
remedied If the car owner will learn
'to recognize the symptoms of trouble
when they make themselves manifest
Here Is a list of some of the difficulties
motorists have to contend with, class
ified as to causes ami symptoms:
Loss of Power Ignition Spark oc
curring too late, spark control broken
lor not properly adjusted; breaker not
properly timed; worn, dirty, or poorly
adjusted breaker points, weak spark
due to defective wiring; worn or dim
dlstrlbutOI carbon; battery In poor
condition or poor connection to Kilter;
Fuel Carburetor out of adjust
ment; clogged atmosphere tube on
acuum tank, carburetor controls
broken or out of adjustment; choker
button pulled out water in gasoline,
broken or leaky vacuum line
Motor Overhauling In bearings or
climb i- pnor oil; gummy thin, or
Inferior grade, oil lines clogged or
rump not supplying sufficient quanti
ty; pump checks dirty, screens for
separation of foreign matter clogged,
or oil level in case too low: lack of
compression due to leaky valves, Pro It
en. stuck or worn rings, scored or
worn cylinder; camshaft not properly
timed; setting of push rod clearance.
Motor and valves badly carboned.
Water circulating system Clogged rad.
iator or hose connections, temperature
too lo (In case of winter driving.)
M iflrlng Ignition Faulty spark .
cracked porcelains badly carboned: or
points not pioperly spaced; breuker
points out of adjustment breaker arm
spring too weak, defective wiring, low
batter) charge; loos i points on break
er arm or screw
Fuel Carburetor out of adjustment
Motor 1-ack of compression, stick-1
lr.g. pitted or warped valves, scored I
or worn cylinders; defective piston
Founding Ignition Spnrk too
Motor Carbon deposits In cylinder
and on piston head, loose bearings
tight piston due to lack of oil or lack
ot cooling water; loose fly wheel; very
looso piston (piston slap). Poor grade
o spark plug.
Fackf irlng Ignition Spark too
Indianapolis Speedway for
Auto Owners Is One of
This Is the storv of ,hat one woman, j
a motoring enthusiast, did for a city.
Recently in Indianapolis, which Is j
rapidly forging to the front as an
automotive manufacturing center, i
there was dedicated what has been
called Dandy trail. This is a road!
around the city of Indlanupolls eighty-1
eluht miles lone The idea which led i
to the dedication of this iraii origi
nated with Mrs N E. Noblett who
Stood sponsor for It on the day of Its
formal opening Mrs N'otdetl Is the
wife of the secretary of the Hoosler,
Motor club It was her belief that
motor car owners would appreciate)
the establishment of a community j
trial which would make It possible for
even the tenderfoot" motorist to en-
joy the best that Ml neighborhood has'
to offer in the way of scenery
The new Indianapolis motor way I
leads through scenes of rustic beauty
and provides hundreds of Ideal spots i
for picnickers and campers. The trail
Is In the form of a rough oblong, and .
may bo entered by way of an of the
main streets leading out of the heart
of the city In all directions. It is
aid to be a fine roadway.
widely known to possess these charac-teristic-s
,,n thosi which are s0d in the
greatest quantities Their s-als tire
teadily Increasing And the numbc
of such cars In use is another meas
ure of their high character."
I I What Battery Is In I
H I Your Car?
a In the plates oJ a storage battery, then h fs
nerd for great strength f
When you step on t lie starter ef your car, you
subject your battery to terrj i strains, which i$j
"ft en buckles an. bends the plates, and causes H
destructive short circuits It is this strain that H
shortens the battery's life. H
I Philadelphia Diamond Grid
B is the onlj effective storage battery principle Hj
r' ever applied diamond construction Coi
i I 1 strength. fM
Each plat, is built on a diamond grid or j
VjjA framework, and is thereby seeurely braeed to F$l
IH resist this strain in eyer possible direction
, H onh definite insurance against battery and H
f I M I'latc troubles, the troubles that cause the m08l H
4 frequent anil expensive repairs.
I A battery to fit an car Gl ARANTEBD lfi p
r B9 MONTHS. We also recharge batteries ,,f
lm make, and give away sound batten advice free Wl
y ( "Ule in this week
I I Cheesman Automobilcix
B iOgdcn Phone 325 Utah!
lata (If motor backfires snd stops.
I spark nwv be too fnr advanced) Fhort
circuit in- primary wir , wlrt - connect
1 ed to wroiiR plug'
I Fuel WeaU mixture oecaslonally
too rich mixture.
Motor Leaky or stuck intake valve;
red-hot carbon deposits leaky manl
fold or carburetor gasket
Explosion In Exhaust Plpi Ignition
I Irregular Ignition poor spurk. or
very late spark, loose breaker points,
defective wiring between coll and dis
tributor. ETuel -Mixture too lean or too rich.
1 1 erheaUnf Ignition Bpark too
late or ery weak.
l'uol Mixture too rich.
Motor insufficient lubrication In
sufficient cooling water circulation of
cooling water Impeded, pump not
working properly. beuy carbon de
posits in cylinder wat( r chamber
COated from Impure water
Irregular Speed Ignition Loose
Connection, or partlv broken wire, dis
tributor points rough, pitted or Im
properly adjusted. Pefectlve spark
plujrs; spacing of points Incorrect
Fuel Supplv of ctrhuretor Irregu
lar Motor Valves out of adjustment or
badly wirn sticky
Smoke Black smoke In exhaust In
dicates too rich a mixture Hlulsh
smoke Indicates too much lubrlcatlnK
oil. Smoke from the crank case
breather tube indicates leak past the
piston; look for worn rings rings
stuck in srooves or scoring on cylinder
walls A stiff motor will also cause
Fvpbisions In line Cylinder Cejse
Fallurc of Ignition apparatus of this
particular cylinder, usually the spark
Engine Slowed Down, as If Over
loaded Lack of lubrication of bearing
or piston, or generally lock of lubri
cation due tci Insufficient supply of oil
or failure to feeding apparatus: pos
slblv actual overloading of the engine,
overheating of cylinders, or In somo
cases, excessively rich gas mixture
Explosions In Muffler ' er rich
gas mixture unburned portion? of
which enter muffler or misfires.
. hargi i ! gaa pass into muffler. An
accumulated charge of this uncoil
snmed gas in the muffler Ignited by
the hot evhuust gases.
Engine Is Heart of Car and Its
Condition Gauges Re-sale
I pon the single factor of correct
lubrication depends not only the life
period of an automobile, but its effi
ciency In day by day service.
1 epreclatlon. expensive repairs, low
gasoline and tire mileage, wasted
power .'ill can be traced to fault) !u
bticutlon. Yet this is a feature lit
tle understood and too often neglect
ed bj the nverage automobile owner.
Men otherwise careful about their
cars seem totally indifferent when it
comes to lubricating oil I guess I
reed some oil." they tell the garage
man. And because the cost of oil
pood or bad. Is so small they think It
make.-- little difference what oil the
get Vet the fact Is that 75 per cent
of engine troubles are due to failure
to use the right oil In the right way
FRICTION IS COSTLY.
Little wonder, then, that automobile
iu..nufacturt i h emphasize the value
and true significance of correct lu
brication. In cery automobile engine there
an many moving parts. Should these
metal surfaces rub together, friction
results A ml friction la destructive In
two ways It wears down parts and
wwwwyb in ii iii prevent ibis
I dangerous contact, a thin film of oil
must be Introduced between the sur
faces to act as a buffer and to absorb
I the heat caused by continuous motion
I Thus the oil wears away and the metal
,U protected. But the oil must be en
tlrely correct In quality and body iith
eiwlse. It falls In Its purpose the mov
Ing surtace.s grind together, t xcessh e
!n at develops and the engine Is on Its
jioad to the scrap heap. Here, then,
v.. have the first result of Incorrect
ENGINE is HEART.
An engine which Is grinding against
itself, which is subjected to excessive
I I. eat, must of necessity wear Itself out
Lnd when your engine Is "all In. so
I is your car It Is the engine not the
coat of new paint that determines Its
, re-sale value Many owners after the
firM e..r. must chargo off 33 1-3 pet
cent for depreciation. At hundreds
jof second-hand salos. cars bring only
about 10 per cent of their original
,eost. Because they, have seen long
(hard service? No. Becauso they have'
been torn to pieces by wear and tear
under Incorrect lubrication- And so
Ibis Item of lubricating oil, perhaps!
relatively the smallest outlay of the
jcuietul automobile owner, becomes the!
I irest factor in determining the life I
of his car.
Out the poorly lubricated motor re
sults not alone In depreciation. Un
like the- deacon's one lioss shav" It
Oes not pound .ilong until It "falls
completely to pieces. Week after
week It must be trundled Into the re-1
,1-alr Fhop. Month after month Its
upkeep bills must bo met Scored'
' N u,uU ' - 1 ' ' ' 1 " re-ground, worn ,
pistons, piston rings and bearings have'
been replaced, engine knocks and wor-i
:los caused by carbon hav- mounted i
I I 1111 appreciable sum. yet ba k of1
these repairs lies the same cause',
friction between moving parts of the:
engine And the smallest charge fori
f, "fUFK ro,,alr wUld have cove,,-,!
the bill for the remedy for a year a I
I supply of the best oil. Still owners i
P m money and dlasatls- !
ruction, and Isoon- the simple solution I
1 --con ect lubrication
E.ST MORE (. Vsoi ink.
Even upon the apparently unrelated!
factors of gasoline and tire mileage,
I lubrication has an effect The budly
lubricated engine cats up gasoline to I
an alarming degree, and with all the
' wsle, still fails to deliver th. power
Ii -hould. This Is because fuel charges!
escape past the piston rings during thej
compression and agnln on the power
siiokes Full power can result only!
.from .i propei platon ring seal, and
this is effected iiv an nil of the cor
ii ' t body and character to suit th,. pis
ton clearance of your engine- An oil
of Incorrect bod allows a minute
wantage on each piston stroke, but
multiplied by millions, this loss may
'.i mount to several gallons a day. And
ddltlon to this waste, rras leakage
n. to the base so thins tho oil that
' umed-OUt bearings are Inevitable
I articularly in winter, when the
choker Is being used the crankcaso
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testimonial again and again were- I
ceive letters telling ot extraordinary j
jj j I K mileage delivered by Goodrich Tires.
mat i e lls The enthusiastic writers testify to
figures that read like a prosperous !
, bank balance.
They run so high that we would no
more exploit them in advertising
Adjustment 'Basis: than we would make them our ad-
SlLVERTOWN CORDS justment basis.
8ooo Miles (
i - pABRIC Tires They stir our pride, but they do not
6oooJ3ftfes sway our reason.
The testimonials which mean most
to us tell of the high average mileage
j GoodrichTires are delivering to thou
sands of drivers not the few.
This consistent quality and depend
able performance enable Goodrich
to maintain its adjustment basis.
You owe it to your sense of thrift to
use Goodrich Tires.
Goodrich Tires I
THE B ! GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANY AKRON OHIO
M III II H HIIH I - " I I I .MM-MMMMl I I 1 1 f
Ogden's Motoring Headquarters I I
GOODRICH TIRES and TUBES I
j Cheesman Automobile Co. I
2566 Washington Ave. Ogden j
In All Late Autos
The more expensive a car is the
longer you expect It to run without
rattles. Yet It In possible with even
the lowest prlcrd ears to keep the
rnttle out If you will but catch them
as they appear They will come one
by one, and If they arc caught In the
fame manner they will not be nearly
so har4 to remove as they would be
If the are allowed to accumulate In
a troublesome chorus before they are
Unities in the brake lining ami other
parts under the car can be found bj
shutting off the engine and allowing
the r;ir to coa.it In neutral gcai" If
someone Mtands or sits on the running;
board hlle the driver does this, mans1
kouiyiIk that have been difficult o(
location will be rapidly found Thee
link rd.s are a typical example ol
nrlne that will often defy the eff.it-
of the driver to flnd: while another
person sitting on the running board
or outside the car sll hac little or
should be frequently cleaned and re
filled with fresh oil.
And as regards the effect on tires
one haB only to recall the choppy la
boring progress of a car when Its on
Klnc is functioning improperly to re
alize that a pounding nglne greatly
Increases tire hi ruin through Inci e.i
vibration. Correct lubrication, withi
Its corresponding regularity of engine
action means smooth running and tlrel
Data on Cord Tires
In the application of cord truck tires
the tires should be allowed to drop
down evenly until the valVfl stem is
reached when the valve stem in preaa
ed down sideways toward the end of
the flap The stein Is held in that
position, taking care that when the
tire slips down the rest of the way
the valve stem docs not catch In the
During this operation a vale cap
should be put on the stem to protect
the threads. The latter types of rlmr.
are made with valve stem slots to
facilitate application of the tire
States Adopt Law
For Motor Travel
The Connecticut and Massachusetts
motor vehicle department have com
to an ugreement whereby any motorbt
living in either state may obtain
license that win enable him to drive
across the state line for a distance of
fifteen miles every day.
Therc"js one provision, in the new li
cense that rcqulre-i the motorist to re
turn to his own state at least onca u
month. The new license is primarily j
for the COQVenioilQO. of car owners who!
live near the state line and huvc busi
ness In a town Just across'tho line
Robert E Lee graduated second in
hit (lass at West Point.
Car Owners Should
Clean Gasoline Tank
.Most present-day gasoline tanks are
fitted with a sediment trap, which
usually la located at the place when-
the pipe line leaves the tank. Tnjs
trap has a wire gauze scieen and jt
cup Is provided to catch foreign
The car owner should make it aj
practice to clean this sediment trap
out twice a month during active opera
l tion. The present grade of motor fuel
is not strictly pure and foreign matter
rapidly accumulates In this catch-aJJ.
FREE TUBES! FREE TUBES! I
ALL THIS WEEK I
Your choice, a Red or Gray Firestone guaranteed tube
given away with each Firestone Fabric tire purchased at
our store all this week.
CENTRAL CARRIAGE WORKS I
TIRE SERVICE SHOP
Geo. Huss, Prop.
Firestone Tires Temme Springs
2343 Hudson Ave. Phone 119