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THE WILLIAMS HEWS
THE WILLIAMS NEWS F. E. Wells, Publisher 4 I Subscription, rate Per year $2.50 Single copy 10 Published every Friday in the year at Williams, Coconino County, Arizona. 5 6 - - lO tl 12 1 Sold only JJ &y dealers The best fabric tire made for heavy service or rough roads RED-TOP Extra Ply Heavy Tread 30 xo5 $22o00 Reduction on all styles and sizes A New Low Price on a Known and Honest Product SAGINAW & MANISTEE LUMBER COMPANY Williams, Arizona MANUFACTURERS OF ARIZONA SOFT PINE FIRE INSURANCE FOR THIS WORLD ONLY IF YOUR House Burns, who stands the loss? YOU had better see JERRIE LEE and get INSURED 10 BIG COMPANIES PHONE 96 THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH All work in my line will receive careful attention and all work' guaranteed THE POWER SHOP W. H. HNOWLTON, Prop. Williams, Arizona Shoe Repair Shop First Class Work Promptly Done The Price Is Right MART McGONAGILL Dial Bldg. , 1st door west old Irwin Shop Entered at the Post Office at Williams, Arizona, as second ! class mail matter. Cloudbursts have transform ed many sections of the country about Williams into miniature oceans on a number of occas ions during the summer rains, but all such storm's have con sistently avoided Bill Williams Mountain. Consequently Wil liams is still in the grip of a water famine. Water is the one great issue before the Town Council and the people of Wil liams. Is anything to be done about it? t i i l 22 23 26 27 28 FORD CORRECT LUBRICATION CHART In solving a problem such as the water problem which now menaces the welfare of the Town of Williams, it is neces sary that the citizens be able to present a united front if any successful measures are to be carried through. It is a very difficult matter to obtain unity of action in any community and Williams is no exception. Un ity can be secured in no better way than by airing of differen ces of opinion in an assembly of citizens gathered together to work for the public good. In this way many misunderstand ings may be overcome and a common basis of agreement for working in the public good may be setled upon. The News again urges upon the Town Council the advisability of bringing the citizens of the town together in a mass meet ing to consider ways and means of solving tlje city's water problem. One citizen in discussing the water question made the asser tion that the mud holes and ruts in th streets of Williams have been filled 'up in good shape so that visitors may get out of town in a hurry after get ting a sample of city water. There is no denying that the city's water situation ' will do more to keep people away from Williams than the improved streets can do to attract them back. Improving the streets is a necessary public work but it takes second rank as compared with solving the water problem. There is but one paramount is sue before the town and that is the securing of good water. All other matters of public good can well wait until the water problem is solved. Time will notsolve the 'problem. The coun cil and the people working to gether, alone can do so. Why not get together and solve it now? : m . AN OVERCOAT made to individual measurements is all that can be desired for the cold winds of 'inter. Get one from A. E. ANDERSON & CO. Tailor- Chicago L, J. OLSON Loral R....I.U Engine 1. Daily, or every lOOmiles, pour sufficient fresh Zerolene No. 3 (former desig nation Medium) into crankcase through filler pipe to bring lev el of oil to upper oil drain cock located on side of combination flywheel housing and oil reser voir. The oil level should not be allowed to rise higher than the upper oil drain cock, nor to drop lower than the lower oil drain cock. If toomuch oil has been poured into the crankcase during filling, the upper drain cock should be left open until all surpius oil has drained out to that level. The motor should not be operated except with both upper and lower oil drain cocks closed. To get correct indication of oil level, the auto mobile should be approximate ly level, and the engine not run ning. At regular intervals, as re commended by the manufact urer, or, m trie aosence oi sucn instructions, every 750 miles, the oil in the crankcase reser voir should be entirely renewed in the following manner : First, remove drain plug in bottom of flywheel housing, allowing all old oil to drain. This should preferably be done when en gine is warm, as tne oia on when heated will drain faster, and less of it will adhere to the inner surfaces of the crankcase. Next, replace drain plug and pour four quarts of Calol Flush ing Oil into the crankcase thru j filler pipe. Then start and op- j erate the engine under its own j power at a moderate idling j speed for from one to two min- j utes, by which time all oil pas sages and inner surfaces will have been cleansed by the act ion of the flushing oil. The oil reservoir is now clean, but the ! splash troughs under the con- J necting rods are still filled with j a mixture of flushing oil and j old engine oil. To clean out : these troughs leave plug out of bottom of oil reservoir and pour in sufficient fresh Zerolene Oil through the filler pipe to dis place this dirty oil, which will i be indicated by a flow of clean, j fresh oil coming out of the plug I hole below. When certain that j all flushing oil has been drain- J ed from crankcase, replace the , drain plug and pour into the fil- j ler pipe sufficient fresh oil to j fill reservoir to proper "level. Approximately four quarts of j oil are required. When filling I the reservoil through filler pipe care should be taken that no ! dirt or other foreign matter is carried into the engine with the i fresh oil. , j Rear Axle 15. Every 500 j miles remote filler plug in rear- j of differential housing and put in sufficient fresh Zerolene 1 Transmission Lubricant "BBB" to fill the housing one-third full. or approximately to neight of filler plug. Every 2000 miles the differ ential housing should be drain ed and thoroughly washed out with Pearl Oil (kerosene) and fresh lubricant placed in the housing. Care should be taken that the kerosene is thoroughly drained from the compartment before Zerolene Transmission Lubricant "BBB" is added. Electric Generator 7. Ev ery 250 miles apply three or four drops of Zerolene No. 3 to rear armature shaft bearings Commutator or Dir.tributor-1 6. I ings are not lubricated by the Daily, or every 100 miles, apply two or three drops of Standard Household Lubricant through oil cup provided for the pur pose. Front Wheel Bearings 4-22. Every 2000 miles remove front wheels and wash bearings and hubs thoroughly with Pearl Oil (kerosene). Repack hubs and bearings with fresh Zerol ene Cup Grease and replace wheels, being careful to- get proper adjustment on wheel bearings. Springs 14-19. Every 500 miles, or whenever springs creak, clean off all dirt and old oil and apply a small quantity of Standard Household Lubri cant along the edges of spring leaves. A small brush may be used for this purpose, or the oil applied by means of Standard i Household Lubricant Handy Can with spout attached. . action of the lubricant in the differential housing. Attention is also directed to grease cups on fan shaft (17) bearings at base of steering column (18) and universal joint (8). General Lubrication. Daily, or every 100 miles, use squirt can to apply Zerolene No. 3 to. all oil cups, joints and small working parts not otherwise lubricated, such as spark and throttle connections (24,) brake clevis pins (9-11-27), spring bolts (2-13-20-29), steer ing spindle bolts (3-21), hub brake cams (10-26), steering ball sockets (6), cross steering rod pins (5-23), etc. , Note : When daily average tem perature is below 45 degrees F.. Zerolene No. 1 should be used instead of Zerolene No. 3. Fire-Colored Sunset 'Warns Of Near-by Tropical Storm A lurid sunset -during the Steering Gears 25. Every j hurricane season below the 3000 miles unscrew the cap ; ;thirty-fifth parallel of latitude covering the steering: gears j may be an important warning t . 1 J - 1 X - . - lunaer steering wneeij ana : oi an approacning storm, says the Weather Bureau ot the pack housing with Zerolene Cup Grease. Grease Cups. Daily, or ev ery 100 miles, turn down all grease cups about two com let" ti'rns. refilling; cups with fresh Zerolene Cup Grease when empty. Particular atten tion is directed . to the two grease cups (12-28) which sup ply the lubricant for the rear ! wneel bearings, as these bear- United States Department of Agriculture. This is especially true if the typical fire-colored sunset is combined with other signs, such as clouds, moving from an unusual direction, in crease in suspicious wind direc tions, (northeast, north and east) , sea swells, and cveij there is no particular fall 'in pressure. FRESH BAKERY GOODS 79 Best in Town Baked in our own bakery and from the best of materials. "Home Made" Bread Fresh Daily, wliite, rye and graham. , DELICIOUS PASTRIES, a full line, includ ing pies, cakes, buns, rolls etc. HIGH GRADE GROCERIES A full line sold at Jo west prices. HEADQUARTERS For all t? e leading magazines and daily - papers FIRESTONE TIRES Most Miles for the Least Money 30x3 Non Skid $13.95 30x3 Non Skid 10.95 JAMES KENNEDY Quality Grocer through oil cup provided for i the purpose.