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, s..-;ireparatiOns for usi of the auto
, during told vreatheeshould
.b...;311141 thajollowbtg precaution
: A mittertrof denatured alcohol
':Azol' water, Should go into the mol
l ITateta, 'About one quart of al
, Cobol to a gallon of water will stand
lip wIll 'down to zero temperature.
The carburetOr should be clean
ed u and adjusted for winter driv
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, ,,-131Ow out Oa heating chamber
- lad passages frequently to elimin
isate (rhos. , ..
'Drain and finish out transmission
, case and refill with lighter- lubri-,
Keep the storage battery fully
110 Change oil every 500 miles of
'driving. - -
Keep radiator front covered. 1101
: Disconnecting, the fan belt is
' dangerous, as -it may lead to over-,'
beating, especially on long trips.-
Frozen radiator should not be
...thawed out by the engine. Instead,
hOt water or warming by some
other means should be resorLed to
the water flows.
Engine should not be 'raced to
test it up. That puts too great a
- strain on it:
-.To keep the engine warm over
-sight, apply, an e:ectrie beater So
, the intake manifold, or wrap asbes
"1.0s around .it. '
e'llot ivater heating Isystem. A plpe
connects the heatera cylinder
fograll4with the circulating -systedi
of the engine as shown. A
alve inal also be placed at the
, point, witere the water is taken
',' from the cooling system, for con
,btrel of heating from the dash.
clamp that fits around the tire and
The device at right consists 1
of a locking arm on a dust cap and' -
fitted so that the tire cannot be
pull,ed off when the arm is locked.
,WHY '"PlIAETONr
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.George J. Mercer. member of the ,
Society of Automotive Engineers
Standards committee which chose
standard names for automobile!
bodies, gives the following explan
, ation of the committee's choice of
tbe name "phaeton" for what had
heretofore bee; termed "touring
car."
, "The term 'touring' applies to
any particular type of body be
cause all types are used for touring.
The type of body la question is the
logical successor of the family
' horsedrawn open carriage known
as the phaeton. It was so called 1
In the earliest handbohks of the!
Associated ' Lk
Manufacturers."
-T- H- E OLD HOME TOWN -
TVIL tlei It, CORI COB&
Corn' cobs may become a new
source for automobile fuel. Dr.
Prederick B. La Forge and Gerald
H. Haines of the bureau of chemis
try of the United States depart
ment of agriculture, - are Credited
with having perfected a method of
obtaining fural from corn cobs, to
he used as a motor fuel and for
other purposell. '
CAP GUAZDS COOLING.'
The automobile engine is guard
ed against overheating in! a new
form ot radiator cap on the mar
ket. When the water in the cooling
system gets dangerously hot, the t
steam it emits pushes up the cap'
and shows a red signal. If the
overheating continues, , a whist:e -
blows. The diagram shows a eross-'
section view of the cap, alongside:
the cap itself.
1,LOW Illt11 sauca
los around ' , II ,- AUTO INOTES.
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closed- cars. , -
1 Cars of seven nations will be ex-I
hibited at the New York motor
!salon, between Dec. 3 and 9.
1 Forty per cent of automobiles
-stolen in 28 "index" cities in 1921
have not been recovered.
i Law regulating slow driving is
!being planned for passage in Ore-,
tgon.
New vehicular tumiel under the
Iudson at New York is. designed to:
(accommodate 60,000 vehicles a day.
Canadian customs 'officials report
tit 600 per cent increase of motor
I traffic into Canada.
IGasoline is being made more vo
Istile, says United States bureau
of mines officials. , L,
.11 SPARE TRE LOCKS. -------
I r , GOING SOME!
,oeozðy
1 I Cambridge, Mass.,' Dec. 2.--Har- 1
Two new forms of spare tire' vard observations show that the;
locks are shown here. At the left' fastest star.R. Z. Cophel travels at -
the lock consists of a hinged12,506,000 miles an hour. - I
Classified Adages
WELL to judge
depends on well.to
hear. And good
buying' depends on
the good opportun
ities fimong the AB-C
Classified Ads.
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Nov. 27.---The winter term of the
'ort Byron academy oiens Th
Nov.' 30. ' Vt. 'idetlaskrin of
Lock Island wilt deliver, a weekly
ourree of leciares on the commer
and genera; law.
After Jan; I.every letter carrilr
in the government serrice will
have to give, bond for 61.000. se
cured by a 'recognized surety or
indemnity company.
John Vedell and Miss Amanda
Pearlstrom were married at 8
o'clock this evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pealstrom, 607
First street. ' ,
Vice presidents for the Rock Is
land Associated charities have been
named as follows: Miss M. A.
Davidson, Mrs. W. T. Channon,
Mrs. Sewall Dodge, Mrs. A. Mosen
folder, Miss Carrie Gregg, Mrs. J.
DOINdS OF THE DUFFS
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WE HAD A LIVE OHE
FOR HIM AND 50P4E
BODY 5TOLE IT - -
TEN DOLLAR5 SEEMS'
LIKE A LOT OF MOMEY
FOR A 5TOFFED ONE!
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CLEKK RIRED -5.1lb MORNING lb
GUI-MG NLONG -tt5rteu2 -641:72E
SkLAFOA CLOCKS '
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Workei, Mrs: E.' F. Barth lo
,
Nov. 211.---The annual meeting of
the Peoples Power company was'
held at the colapany's office in this
city at 4 o'clock yesterday after
noon. Officers were elected as fol
lows: President, C. - IL Deere;
vita president. Phil sec-'
retarý. S. S. Davis; treasurer, C.-0.
Nason; directors, C. H. Deere, Phil:
Mitchell, S. S. Davis, C. O. NaS011.'
W. L.- Vele and T. B. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Reeves have,
welcomed a new daughter to their
home on Twentyfirst street
The Excelsior club held a dance
at Turner hall Saturday night,
Nov. 21.C. L. Walker, K. T. An
derson, Dr. J. W. Stewatft, E. Mos
,,--
. WELL00 CAN 1
KEEP THIOONE 1
IN THE HOUSE
AND IT WILL -
LA3T A LONG
P.....-1-1mEt.
,
I I Ninety-seven pee cent of auto- ,,
.; 110T WATER HEATER.. 1 :mobile drivers are careful, say in: - ,
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I 1 speetors of the Pennsylvania rail- ....---- 4 9 , , , . . ' , '
i n c 1 i n e d : r o a d , who checked more than 30,- 2 - - , 41,m, , 111
, Motorists mechanically
000 cars at grade crossings in five -z. ' ''
rimy be able to fit this form of heat-!
er into their cars themselves. It is I Etat". 1
0 I ' , z .-- A) : 1
I Seventy per cent of the cars pro-', 0.4,..sX1 t 1,,,,4,',Ilrwk'y I I
,
:...ç 4 I duced sell at less than $1,000 each. l' 11.1.01111111111 i it NAM I p.... WM ''
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,olltio , , I Ten per cent of the cars pro-! -
, , iduced in the last year were trucks.' - - -- - ----:---
, , I Thirty per .cent of the automo-i ..
-.'. .;t------ ' ;biles 'produced this year were en- ,FREt KLES AND HIS FRIENE
!FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
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I jot
Iteatelit-Wi,' bee; ',been ;SpeWlated:On ta ':takeIeotniqq::- Mira, Iliseletf:isick, .1Sif tri-Sit, latl, Wanda at a Pi
1 ihe fiance coionditee of niesAsso lWit- Wilson tor $505 and , a -- wish tan recital at her home qa Twenty---F
. ; named' 'Chandler initkeUltditard SIM- Street' yesterday -- afternoon.'
jJ Thignte7d-:.chariti eo- -7:1,,T- - -7,- vT-----' ;.: 1 Zs' .ed uk.chand. at,' ,:l r ,Illielli,""tr."' thltd''''''' Yel"d Yted.' re lianCalt13:;
Zin - ' .n.. 4:14.'.11g . -min the stake money, and says he will lilies, ; American - beauties. pink
Ilk. )1110Co - store will be held , retain it until such time an the at- roses,, white owl pinkiriclu7santhe
Wednesday eireldng. In 1892 there fair is lea-any adjusted. - - N I Minnie . , , ' k .
was 1,200 square feet ot -a:10011 The , drat - masquerade given by
space, In 1834 Abere were
et the stock
the bartenders of Rock Island will STOCIIIIOLDERS' IIETEIG
square feet of flop!. space,' aliskituvin
--;!zleenr Thursday evening. Dec.- 2. all ;yhe unbind meeting
11147 there are 30,800 square feet oti -Annory---- --11;11-7 - ---7-- - -- - -I holders of the-Central 'Prust and
t a .
i 1,1001 fpaCp. - I - t Savings baak at Rock Island. III.,
.
'" - ----- ' - Dec. 2.---The Savoy Card club
Nov. 30.---Licenses to wed: Clif-.
ford Saddoris. 'Port Byron, and,
I met last ,evening at the home of
Miss , Mabel. Fowler. Proemsv1P:
will be held at their banking house,
Monday. Dec. 4, 1922, at 3:30 o'clock
Es:- tor -the election of directors
'Miss. 'Anna Elsie Wiggins, "ill and the transaction of Such other
dale: Nets G. Anderson and --M-is5s-': cinch' was' PlaYed from 8:30 - to
10:30. 31iss Jean Doyle and I. Me-1 business ;as may properly come
Evlimit, Sollbson, both of Roch4111-1Carty carried off the- honors and 'before them. - ,
land' 1.,-i ,',- ' .. . - ' ' Ibliss Marie Meyer of - DaveuPort , L. M. CASTEEL. fusilier.
'Fire caused a loss 'of $7.000 on rand J. Dunn the consolationir-, - - M. S, HEAGY, President 1
the Anken 40-acre stock larm at I Mr. Chriatine Behrens wt-,Dair, (Advertisement) , s
Round Grove, Iowa. Stiltdalrhight-:enport was sentenced to life im-1 - ' -
, .Walter -C. ' Sanderson and Miss :prisonment for killing her hus-! fortouGHs - ---:- ,
Cora M. Brasher of South Rock Is- I band, Clans Behrens. Henry Bendt 1 x ,
, ,
land were married. I of Rock Island is accused of being '1 ILI) CCLOS - -- f , :- ,
' Ian accomplice and will be tried' e ' ' :
'Dec. 1.Mrs. L. Foster of ,Chl- next week. Mr. Behrens was poi- ,- ;ell 0 2 i, ,Ito. , ,,
oago had F. L. Wilson and Ed Ed- , Boned by putting parts green in his p-, citi ,
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I wards of the same city arrested :food. - .,r
, late this afternoon for attempting I Mrs. Louis Kohn entertained SO' , NO
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