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kill your time , V g/ , ,, 1 greasing old-style friction bearings can add up to days of work every year. To eliminate this waste of time, make sure the next implements you buy are equipped with Timken® tapered roller bearings. Normally Timken bearings need lubrication only once a year. Lubricant stays in—dirt stays out, thanks to tighter closures which Timken bearings make possible. r. I 4 M h 2 r: you save TIME on repairs, too. Imple ment parts wear longer, work better, because Timken bearings hold them in perfect alignment. There are fewer break downs on the job. And since Timken bearings practically eliminate friction, you can tow Timken-equipped machinery to work at full tractor speed! 4 j 3 KNOW THE SPEED and ease of farming with Timken bearing equipped imple ments. When you buy new machinery, ask about the bearings and look for the Tim ken label. When you buy bearings, always look for the trade-mark "Timken". The Timken Roller Bearing Company, Canton 6, Ohio. Cable address: "TIMROSCO". This symbol on a product meant its bearings are the best. TIMKEN NVim w TIMKEN *«A0£ MARK RCC- 0 S. PAT OFF TAPERED ROLLER BEARINGS EOT JUST A BAU Q HOT JUST A ROUER (ED THE TIMKEN TAPERED ROLLER (ED AND THRUST LOADS OR ANT COMBINATION -f)~ BEARING TAKES RADIAL \ Farm Mechanics Handy Farm Ideas By L. W DICKERSON WINTERIZE CAR DOORS After late fall rains or heavy mists car doors are likely to stick at the bottom and the locks to freeze so they cannot be turned. A little cup grease rubbed along the meeting strips at the bottom of the doors will prevent much trouble from sticking. A very little denatured alcohol wiped along the top of window glass will help to keep it from freezing shut, but be careful none of it touches the car finish and produces a spot. When the locks freeze so the key will not turn, hold lighted matches under the key until it becomes as hot as you can hold, then insert it in the frozen lock until it can be turned. To prevent its freezing again, dip the key into denatured alcohol and insert a few times to lower the freezing point of the moisture. It will probably stop the trouble for the rest of the winter. And of course, frost shields on the ear windows make for much safer driving in bitter cold weather. Better see your car dealer as to what is most satisfactory for your conditions. CHOPS FROZEN SILAGE D. O. K. writes: shows my handy device for chop ping frozen silage. I use an old rolling coulter and a bar about four feet long, with one end flattened 'The sketch to H-^79 1 *** BnR It R(HUN6c COULTER KlVtT. Chop Frozen Silage rivet these two together as shown and bend it a little where it is tapered to prevent one's hands from striking the silo wall." Note by I. W. D.—Seems like a very good use for some junked ma terial. A rough rather than a smooth edge will probably work best. But keep it sharp. HANDY MOVABLE FEEDER G. U. writes: "Last winter I took an old sled with a silage rack to use as a feeder for steers. I use this in winter but can pull it with the tractor in fall or spring if I need to. I also can remove the silage rack and use it on a trailer if desired. I also paint my tools white so I can find them when I happen to drop them on the grass or ground." Note by I. W. D.—The movable silage feeder seems like a good idea. Also the tools painted white except when they are dropped in snow. The smart driver of a big vehicle will slow down, give proper signal and watch carefully when making turns, rather than swinging far over and making a wide fast turn. When you use r 'f \V ? Rill* y J you wifi know l what fire chains can really do for you on hard-packed snow, or ice THEY • « * ♦ START easier • STOP shorter • HOLD sfraighter • LAST longer BECAUSE OF • Two-Way Grip — Right and Left Hand Twbt • 288 Gripping Points • Heel-ond-Toe Actio« • • » A»k for —insist upon—• WEED-AMERICAN V BARS by nom* Rrmembtr. ..Drive Safely.>• " fh e lift You Save May Be Your Own" —NATIONAl SAFETY COUNC8 & 1 1 r > I ; i ; • i •j *4 ta. ; Ü pm m ft b J*? * 5 m : J m m 'WM i T; . A ; CO In Business for Yottr Safety AMERICAN CHAIN & CABLI COMPANY, INC.