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muchi if any further up than right here
must definitely readjust their force and timing to
'overshooting" in the thin, less resistant air?
Air thinness! i If it demonstrates itself so sharply in a mere external test, how
must its effects be multiplied under thci vastly more sensitive and hnely
drawn conditions of motor fuel carburetion*
For here in this complex realm of vapor chemistry-plus-physics—air drawn
from the outside forms full 93 per cent of each explosive charge—15 times
mere of it than of gasoline«. Isn't the exact character of that air important
enough to command some ^adjustment" in the fuel?
not
circus acrobats
combat
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is the motor fuel that does take paramount recognition of the air*supply with
which it must work rtght here —definitely plays up to those atmospheric
peculiarities—scientifically adjusts to them by specialized refining control
not to be dreamed of in broad systems of production that must manufacture
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all alike for all over, the map."
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That is why your regionally tailor-fitted LITENING stands out as the power
and-mile-packed gasoline—made with richer body to withstand thinning
resisting all tewA-wy to pre-vaporize, grow mushy or invite vapor lock.
Its fulle r substance permits the spark advanceof swiftest get-away and sma r t es t
pick-up without annoyin g knock in hottest, w eath e r.
Choose LITENING.
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tailor-fitted, yet costing only Aha price of regular".
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EXECUTIVE OFFICES: REFINERIES:
Billing », Mo*m AS », BUlhf, Montana and Wwtawt WfOmlma
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HIS*.! AUEN AN0
air ADVENTURES"
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at MORK THAN BOO STATIONS IN MONTANA. WYOMING AND IDAHO
Sheridan Oil Company, local distributor
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mIv^o Rrv^P ^ a P« Iun d and
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srÄwJ" 1 Placed third. Shlrlev
the Went™' ^*^ ldifle Gooder of
tRo 0< l PePPy Pals
An* embe ? of th is team.
All members : of the Sheridan
County delegation report a very
P easant and worth while trip.
were
^TWBEàT YffiLDS ARE „
REPORTED at elevator
at'thî di^Î grain was marketed
week ^"^"Od Elevator this
Ponced** fiCld near Pk^eod
wheat
a ..crop of . 67-po
averaging n bushels
acre. Most of the
und
crops **e
to
the
* n Flentywood area,
which are being harvested, aver
aS) ™L!£ fi / e bushel » to the acre,
;
Why not send in a check for
your subscription this week
Tratsky Accased
•f Revolutionary
Activities Now
OSLO, Norway, Aug. 9.—
Norway's department of jus
tice today isued a clean bill of
health to Leon Trotsky,- the
one-time revout ionary leader
of Russia, in reply to report»
that he had abused his Resi
dence privilege by fomenting
agitation in other countries.
OSLO, Norway, Aug. 7.—Alleg
ed international intrigue by Leon
i rot sky, exiled. Russian commun
ist, brouht an investigation by
Norwegian police today.
Authorities were , reported to
have accused the leftist ofengag
mg jn political activities, which he
Promised to abandon when Norway
offered him asylum after his de
portation from France.
Their inquiries, it was said, were
_ on two alleged activities:
Reception of • a number of
foreign visitors in recent weeks.
. Frequent telephone conversa
tions with Paris during the "fold
ed arms" strikes, when more than
1,000,000 French workers refused
to carry on their regular jobs.
Trotsky, whose permit to
live in Norway was renewed?
June 19 for a period of two
months, was declared to be.
"extremely nervous" because -,
of recent Norwegian nazi ac- '
tivity criticizing him.'
(Editor's Note; This Associated
Press Dispatch, referring to Trot
shy as being "extremely nervous
is a doubtful
great revolutionist, who ha s faced;,
everything in the course of. hia ;
leadership of the workers of the
world).
based
»
reaction" of the
SUSPENSION
FAILS TO HALT
STEEL DRIVi
WASHINGTON—Although the
10 unions of the Committee for
were faced
'threat of suspension with
in 30 days, (the steel drive continu
ed in the steel company towns of -
the nation.
<<
The Committee ha$ made its
position clear," John L. ! Lewis,
mine leader and chairman of the C.
I. O. declared. "Its plans to aid the
workers in steel and other indust
ries will continue unabated* The »
of act of dismember
ment will lie on the heads .of . the
Council and they can answer to
their own membership.
In. . the . meantime the terror
against organizers and workers, in -■
st . ecl towns also continues
without a let-up. In Bentleyville,
' there are the -
White Crusaders who work
^ h i a S d w i th Charlie Schwab's *
Bethlehem Steel Company and in
EUaWorthj.pa., ,the activities of the
White Crusaders overlap with
those of the "Independent Employ-. -
ees ^ Association - v Another Ells
worth worthy is John Doctor, Re
publican constable, local dictator
and unofficial employment agent
for Bethlehem Steel, ...
The ,C. I. O. is under fire of the
Executive^ Council of the A. F. of
American Iron and
jteel Institute because it seek« to
free, the workers of. those gang-.
»tars and to organize them in bona
nde labor unions.
Roadside Signs Will
Advertise Socialism..
NASHVILLE, ' Tenm—(LSP)_
Tennessee motorists will be re
minded to vote % i Socialist * while
they are driving when they will
see Oie attractive roadside sign?
the Socialist Party of Tennessee
will poet shortly. A series of
W1 ^l be used in the. same
style as a popularly advertised
snavmg cream.
This is an
rhymes which
exampe of the
. vrill be used:
Of the horse and buggy
are rid,
Dont vote the way yourgrand
dad did.
VOTE SOCIALIST.
Kate Bradford Stockton,
Socialist candidate for governor,
has just complete dthe third week
?f extensive campaign sneak
t Q 0U ^ ß^ e toured the state in
the Socialist sound truck, organi
zation unit, No. 8, accompanied by
National Organizer Herbert
we

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