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nOOD ItlVER GLACIER. TflttftfiAY, DECEMBER 14. 1922
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f BRIEF LOCAL MENTION t
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All winter hats half price. Monner'a.
Films developed and printed prompt
ly. A 24-hour service. Deitz Studio, tf
ror good cleaning call
zeau. Phone 1014.
H. J. Frederick, who baa been seri
ously ill with pneumonia, has rallied
and is now recovering.
Born-To Mr. and Mr?. Kay W. Sin
clair, Tuesday. December 12. a daugh
apeciai low Price 30x3i Weed
vuniuH ior j.ou. Bennett Brothers
M an1 A n n
..... ciiu wig, n. u. namsey are in
rreBuo, aur., spending the winter.
-.kohs and family have left for
xioou, uanr.. io spend the winter.
wr. ana Mrs. a. l. Head are settled
in 1MB Angeies lor tne winter.
airs. uoger w. Moe was a visitor
ihbi wee wun relatives in Portland,
"'"'o ju uuy an auiomoDUe you
should see the new Studebaker at the
vyameron Motor (Jo. m4tf
Highest cash price paid lor your used
furniture, stoves and rugs. Call McClain
at tu. a. franz Vo. B20tf
II. 8. Braakman does painting, fiatier
ing and decorating. Smith Bldg. Phone
ion. . m2tf
or dry box wood phone Emry Lum
oer at nel Co. Juatright for kindling
mm quii'K nres. 012tl
Mrs. Archibald Kingaley. of Port
land, was here last week visiting her
parents, mr. ana Mrs. W. n. Unipping
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Ravlin have
taken apartments in Portland for the
w. J. Bauer has been indisposed at
nome the past week, suffering from an
mute oi rneumausm.
bpecial prices on Utah King Coal di
rect, irom uie car. riione 25181. Kmry
Luiuuerauuiuei W, altf
Come in and see the new Buick 1923
models. Sixes, $1425; Fours, $1075
noou riiver oarage.
lordry box wood phone Emry Lum
ber & Fuel Co. Just right for kindling
niiu quicK nres. oiztt
T.. 1 . ..
iwiore you Duy an auwmoDiie you
should see the new Studebaker at the
Cameron Motor Co. m4tf
Floyd Nunamaker last week die
played some beautiful Buff Orpington
CDicKens at trie Kelly Bros, feed store,
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Meacham have
left for Chicago, where they will re
main until March.
Anthony H. Euwer last week created
general interest in fortlana with a
display of his paintings.
Holland bulbs for fall planting. All
kinds and of the best quality. Heights
ureennouse, phone is-Si. ol9tf
Eyes scientifically examined by H. L.
Hasbrouck, Optometrist, Ileilbronner
We operate the only modern Cleaning
vvoras in nood itiver, Meyer & Bra
eau. Phone 1014. ol2tf
Use a little SURE WHIP in your next
Mayonaise dressing and note the differ
Chrietmas sale of furs, hats, blouses,
handkerchiefs'Baby's Boudoir" stamp
ed goods, and stamped luncheon sets,
pillow cases, nightgowns, etc. All win
ter hats at half price. Monner's. d21 !
Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Blowers ex-
pect to leave soon for Roseburg. where
M. Blowers will join the force of the
oneu uil uo.
ccme in and see the new Buick 1923
models Sixes, $1425; Fours, $1025
iiood mver oarage.
Dr. N. Plyler, Chiropractic and Elec
trie treatments. Rooms 23-24-25 Heil
Dronner bldg., tele. 1833, Hood River.
Hood River Box Co., box manufact
uring, Hood River. Oregon. Phone
The Camo Fire Girls will hold n sale
trazier s Grocery Saturday from 9 to 6
A consignment of coats, dresses and
sweaters for Friday and Saturday. De
cemoer id ana its, only. Monner g.
Miss trances Moe scent the week
end in Portland the guest of her
friend, Miss Mildred Cantield.
St. Mark's Guild will serve refresh
ing afternoon tea to shonDers Satur
day, December 16, at Mount Hood
Motor Co. display rooms.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Shaw, of Her-
misron, have moved to the Jones place
in Barrett, lhey have purchased the
Edward Hill returned last Friday
from Walla Walla. Denver and Salt
Lake, where he had been visitinsr the
iammes oi sons.
Mrs. Joseph Waller, of Anaheim.
Calif., arrived last week to be with
her father. W. H. Taft. who is ill at
the Cottage hospital.
ITT T - 1 m r-t .
rv. u. oarmon. or Saskatchewan, ar
rived last week with his sister-in-law.
Mrs. C. C. Crew, and children. He
will remain for a time on a visit.
The Oak Grove Parent-Teacher As
8ociation will hold a meeting in the
school house Friday afternoon at 2.30
o clock. All are urged to attend.
R. V. Whiting, Northwestern reDre
sentative of the Packer, arrived yester
day for a call on local fruit shippers
Do not forget the St. M arv's Altar
society nazaar at the r ranz store sat
urday. Fancy work, homemade cook'
Christmas Gift Shon oDen Saturday.
December 16. at Mount Hood Motor
Company's display room. St. Mark's
Russell G. Pond returned yesterday
from a business visit in Portland. He
stopped here for the day while en
route to his home near Parkdale. '
Hand made table scarfs, doilies, nilloiv
slips, silk camisoles, etc. for Xmas gifts.
Don't forget our Xmas sale of hats,
blouses, furs, handkerchiefs and stain ped
goods. Monner's. d2l
The children of Barrett school will
give a ohristmas entertainment Tues
day afternoon, December 19, at 2
o'clock under auspices of the Parent-
Teacher Association. The meeting, to
which all are invited, will be held at
the school house.
Mr. and Mrs. Trafford E. Smith and
daughter, Josephine, left last wek for
Philadelphia, where they will spend
several months visiting Mr. Smith's
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Steingraber and
two children, of Pittsburgh, arrived
last week fo. a visit with Thomas
Fisher, Mrs. Steingraber'i father, and
with her eftters.
The Ladies' Aid Of the Valley Chris
tian church will give a bazaar and
chicken dinner at the church December
15, Friday. Dinner served from 6.30
to 8 p. m.
Now is the time to equip your shoes
with rubbers. We have a full supply of
all kinds and are expert in attaching the
same, batififaction guaranteed. Jsuiith's
Champion Shoe Shop, 109 2od St. ol9if
Special sale at Laraway's on quadru
ple plated silverware Rogers. Commun
ity, Alviu and Rockford. All the stand
ard makes will be sold at substantial
reductions for 30 days to reduce stock.
Mrs. Verne A. Wbitcomb. who has
been making her home here with her
mother, Mrs. W. E. 6hay, for the past
several months, is at the Cottage hos
pital rallying from an operation Tues
day night for appendicitis.
Al W. Bishop left for Portland
Tuesday, having been called there be
cause of the serious illness of Mrs.
Bishop. The latter has been in Port
land for some time with a daughter.
Mrs. George Gould, for treatment.
Mrs. S. A. Bower has the sympathy
of her friends over the death of her
sister, Mrs. O. F. Justus, of Upper
bandusky, U. Mrs. Bower received
news of her sister's death by tele
graph last Friday.
J. E. Ferguson left Monday for As
toria to look after property interests.
Mr. ferguson was one of the owners
of the Fisher Bros. Co., one of the
large mercantile establishments de
stroyed by the big fire. Mrs. Fergu
son owned property burned in the big
Prepare to attend the Red Cross
Christmas Ball to be given for support
of the crippled children. Kemember
the date, Christmas night, and the
place, the Pythian Temple. The true
Christmas spirit will pervade this so
cial attain Plan to be there and help
the unfortunate kiddies.
The many friends of W. H. Taft will
be soiry to learn of hia serious illness
at the Cottage hospital. Mr. Taft' the
first of the week was suffering from
hiccoughs, which for a time it seemed
impossible to stop. This annoyance.
however, has now been relieved and
Mr. Taft is resting easier.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Stewart and lit
tle daughter, Lura, after a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. McVay, left Sunday for
Portland, where Mr. Stewart has pur
chased an interest in a garage busi
ness. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart came to
Oregon from Major, Sask., where they
had resided for a number of years.
W. J. White, who represents the Zel-
lerbach. Paper Co. in this territory.
was here yesterday calling on custom
ers and friends. Mr. White was in
Astoria at the time of the big fire. He
spent the night of the terrible conflag
ration aiding customers and friends
there in fighting the flames. i
All La Vo
Due to late shipments, we refused to accept some of the
mot beautiful Coats we have seen this season.
The La Vogue people wired back to sell them at reduced
prices ana tney would Stand the loss. So we offer
entire &ock including all the new ones
while they M, 20 off regular price
This is a wonderful chance for any one who has not yet
bought and they make acceptable Xmas gifts.
Warm Gloves and
Comfy Slippers are
here in all sizes
Mhnrt in. .... -....'w. -vw. ltllll gt'nilM,
Luhr Jensen was down from Dee the
first of the week shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Soley, of Dee,
passed through the city Tuesday on
the way to Portland, where tbey will
spend the winter.
Miss Lottie Kinnaird.wbo is teaching
this year at Walla Walla, Wash., was
here last week visiting her mother,
Mrs. Charles Soley.
F. A. Olmsted and Leroy Chi Ids left
luesday night for Spokane to attend
the annual meeting of the Washingto
state Horticultural society.
Herbert and Egdar Krussowlleft last
week by automobile for a tour of
southern California. They will go as
tar south as ban uiego.
Sunday evening at the 7.30 service at
st. Mark s church Bishop Remington
will officiate and will preach for the
first time in Hood River. Monday
evening the vestry committee of the
church and their wivea will give a re
ception for Bishop and Mrs. Reming
ton at the rectory. ,
Prepare to attend the Red Cross
Christmas Ball to be given for support
of the crippled children. Kemember
the date, Christmas night, and th
place, the Pythian Temple. The tru
Christmas spirit will pervade this so
cial atiair. Plan to be there and hel
the unfortunate kiddies.
The Christmas season will be fitting
ly observed at bt. Mark a church by
pageant, "The King Cometh," Christ
Most Acceptable Gifts
MOST MEN LIKE
One or more of the following:
Shoes, for dress or work.
Traveling Bag, Suit Case
Silk Shirt, Dress Shirt,
Wool Shirt, Work Shirt,
Union Suit, Wool or Cotton,
Neck Tie, Suspenders,
Gloves Kid, Silk or Woo!,
Hat, Cap, Handkerchiefs,
Socks Silk, Wool or Lisle.
i IT i
Practical Gifts for
LADIES AND GIRLS
Choose fromthis list :
Fitted Hand Bags, Purses,
Gloves Kid, Silk, Woolen,
Hose Silk, Heather, Lisle,
Union Suits Silk, Wool or
Bloomers Silk, Satin, Knit,
Silk Blouses and Waists,
Dress Aprons Crepe or
Sweaters Slipon, Tuxedos
Footwear Dress or Service
New Silk Shirts
for Men and Young Men
with or without collars
$5.00 and $6.00
for Men and Young Men
Knitted or Woven Silks
in new colors and designs
New Wide End Silk Ties,
Extra Heavv Wide Silk Ties,
Knit Ties, New Color Com-
New Grenadine and Fish Net
Men's New Heather Wool Half
Men's Silk Half Hose, Black
and Colors, 75
Men'3 Kid Dress Gloves, Tan
and Grey, $2.95
New Caps for Men and Young
Men, $2.C0 to $3.00
Men's All Pure Linen Hand
kerchiefs, 35 to 75
Kumapart Cuff Links are Best,
50 to $2.00
Men's Belts and P.eit Buckles,
50 to $2.00
Attractive Gifts NowOnSale
In Our Bargain Basement
This is our New Department, the first Bargain Basement
in Hood River, and it is our aim to give you better values
here than you can possibly find elsewhere.
Every Item Here Is A Real Bargain
Gift Boxes of Fine Stationery, White and Colors,
Beautiful Baskets, Fruit, Shopping and Motor
Choice Chocolates, in Beautiful One Pound
Gift Boxes, 89c
Choice Fancy Christmas Mixed Candies, lb. 19c
Genuine O'Cedar Mops, splendid for gifts, 89c
Children's Heavy Heather Wool Hose, 6, 6t 7,
Men's and Young Men's Heavy Wool Knit
Pretty Bungalow Aprons, Scallop Finish, Bright
One small lot Ladies' Best All Pure Virgin Wool
Coats, latest mannish styles, good colors and sizes
Carments worth to $50.00, will be COC ftD
closed out at Vw.UU
New Silk Undies
For Ladies and Young Ladies.
Crepe de Chine and
Envelope Chemise, Combina
tions, Night Gowns, Stepins,
Vests, Bloomers, Camisoles,
Bandeau, in white, flesh and
Lace Trim Silk Camissoles
$1.68 to $3.89
Pongee Silk Gowns and Stepins
$3.95 to $7.45
Silk Hose, Black and Colors,
$1.48 to $3.00
Ladies' Genuine French Kid
Ladies' Double Silk Gloves,
Ladies' Fine All Wool Heather
Hose, $1.48 -Heavy
Larpe Fancy Bath
Medium Size Fancy Bath
Large Size All Pure Linen
Guest Towels of Fine Linen
Ladies' Fine All Pure Linen
Handkerchiefs, 25 to $1.50
Ladies Fancy Boxed Handker
chiefs, 48 to $3.00 Box
Free of Charge
mas Eve for the Sunday school, Mnd by
service Christmas morning. Kev. Mr.
Dubois will officiate and this service
will include the Christmas music and a
celebration of the Holy Communion.
More details will be published next
Buy Benioff's genuine guaranteed furs
from us. Foxesjchokers.eapesandcoats.
hen you buy furs bearing ISeuioff 's
Bnaraniee you snow tney are genuine
ana oi Dest, quality lor the price. Why
take chances with imitation furs when
you can buy the genuine here at unbeat
able prices, f-.ee us before you buy furs,
ies, we accept nirs tor remodeling. Kcs
timates gladly given. Monner's. d2l
Eact Side district, made
pioneer of the
e the first trio
to rne city over me new Mount llood
Loop Highway Saturday. He traveled
down the Hood river gorge over the
new grade, just completed and rot
opened before the snow to automobile
or horse-drawn vehicle?, on a bobsled
drawn by a heavy team.
"The journey made me think tf trips
of early days." says Mr. Sieverkropp.
"At places my horses broke through
the snow crust and plunged into muddy
quagmires. If any old timer wants to
live. over early, days just let him drive
down the grade of the new road."
Visitors to the mid-Columbia district
the past week make use of superla
tives in descriptions of the beautiful
enow scenes left in the wake of the
season s first general winter storm.
mi . i i- . m .
i im enow tne nrsi oi me week came
down in huge, wet, clinging fliikes.
tor the firet few hours it was wafted
gently by an east wind, which, as the
storm progressed, veered around to the
northwest This action of the wind
resulted not only in the top of every
tree Drancn ana twig being covered
with a garment of white, but even the
trunks of scrub oaks and foiest giants
as well as telephone and electric powei
poles became great, upreared needles
urcnaia tract ana WHSte nelds over
grown with shrubbery were trans
formed into Jmagic gardens, where
fairies might have come to display
leatnery plume ana cloth gossamer
like in its intricate patterns. The
stark gray facades of rocky promon
tories along the Columbia River High
way became phantoms of white. The
dark green of fir boughs here and there
or the end twigs of pine trees, where
the wind had shaken off the snow
formed the only color in all the world
of snow. Mototicts who made the
journey over the Columbia River High
way eay the environs of the nationally
known boulevard were never more
If fortland folk but knew the inspir
ations they might drink in from the
grandeur up the gorge but a few miles
from their home, one visitor was heard
to remark, the thoroughfare would he
lined with tars streaming out on the
snow-encrusted earth. Apple blospom
time in the Hood River Valley is beau
tiful, indeed, it was declared, but that
annual manifestation of the rebirth of
the apple trees is but a modest sight
romparea to that now available. In
stead of Portland advertising to the
world her beauties of summer months.
she should broadcast to all the land
the glories that are ready for the eye
of man to behold in the winter. An
effort, it was suggested, rhould be
made to capitalize some of the snow
scenery of the winter months.
A few hardier motorists have toured
up over the Highway to the Columbia
Gorge Hotel to see the wonderland in
now time. It is not necessary to fare
forth from the hotel to glimpse viewr
of incomparable beauty. Looking from
tbe north windows of the hostelry, the
mia-Biream oi the Columbia airearc
ike a great azure ribbon in the midnt
f ermir.e rloth. Willow groves of the
ungle lowlands rear themselves in
fantastic white plumes. And up and
down the gorge Old Mother Nature has
set her artitts to work to display pic
tures that surprass the dream cf the
mofct fertile imagination. In the im
mediate vicinity of the hostelry, the
ative shrubs, oak, pine, and maple
bushes all bear their burden of beauty
ine Hotel management couM by
tome magic maintain the landscape
atdening that winter has so sudjenly
eveloped throughout the year, the
lace would win unending renown
And thrcugh the maze of snow blank
ted trees flows the crystal ritbon cf
helps creek, which dashes over the
anyonside in strands of liquid lace.
Tbe Oak Grove Corner Grocery Club.
originated last winter by C. G. Lem-
mon, orchardist of the distuct, whose
suggestion initiated the interesting
cartoons drawn by Artist Perry in the
Oregonian, has resumed sessions and
promises an active winter season, ac
cording to Mr. Lemmon. Other mem
bers of the club, which meets at the
Oak Grove stove, are: Frank Fen-
wick, W. S. Crapper. S. L. Banks. G,
A. McCurdy.JB. F. Eadleman and Jake
The club has extended an invitation
to Mr. Perry to become an honorary
member. They plan a reception in his
honor during the Beauon of ripe cher
ries next summer.
Local golf enthusiasts are spending!
tneir leisure moments practicing drives
in a large room prepared for them
over the Kelly Bros, store. Fielding
S. Kelly, an oflicer of the new Hood
River Country Club, the' nine-link
course of which will be ready for Dlav
next spring, ana his brother, K. w.
Kelly, and members of their force ore
all enthusiastic golfers. The new
practice room is becoming one of the
most popular places in town durirg
tne coia weather.
Monday and Tuesday
Her Greatest Offering
A Riot of Laughter
THE GUMPS IN CARTOONS
and The Rialto Wurlitzer
10c and 35c
SOc and 50c
mi 1 - m ..
ine upper vaney ioik were greatly
excited Monday night by a brilliant if-
umination, which appeared to them to
be coming from a large fire near the
location of Hood River. Telephones
were kept busy by Upper Valley citi
zens, calling to inquire about the fire,
iney tnougnt mat uooa Kiver was
suffering the fate that befell Astoria
last week. Ihe illumination, it devel
oped, was a gorgeous display of the
aurora bnrealis or northern lights.
WORLD FOR CHRIST
F. H. Blagg was out last week
breaking the roads in the neighborhood
on lacker load ui?t south or town.
Mr. Blagg has pei formed this service
for years, and the school children of
the neighborhood express high praise
of him. He was ill a year ago, when
the heavy sleet storm prevailed, and
for the first time in years the kiddies
had to walk over unbroken paths.
As result of the mow storm the plant
of the Oregon Lumber Co. at Dee has;
been closed down for the season. It
had been anticipated that a ttorage
pond, constructed this summer, might
tie filled with logs for winter opera
tion, but it was not completed in time.
irie company s logging crews, en
gaged on the Upper West Fork, have
come in for the winter.
Rev. P. Hilgendorf, who is giving a
series or illustrated rteteopticon lec
tures on the Bible, announces that he
will lecture on "The Preparation of
the World for Christ" next Sunday
evening at the fcmmanuel Lutheran
Church." The lecture will be based
on the noted hook by Dr. Bread. The
lecture will begin with scenes of the
time of Abraham. It will show the
peculiar phyiu-al features of the Land
of Canaan. Other features to be
touched on will be :
The Dead Sea deecribed: facts of
River Jordan ; detcription of "desert"
(caravans per camel?) and fierce sand
torms ; Joppa as reen from the sea
i-hore; Mt. Lebanon, once productive.
now barren wilderness ;Jew s walking
place at. Jerusalem ; an Egyptian vil
lage ; River Nile ; a "Shadoof;" Bnci-
ent farming method; Land of Goshen
Dr. Breed fays: "Goshen was a
portsman's Paradise;", plowing In
Egypt; Temple of QieenHnt.su (fa.
mous), under Quetn Hatsu Israelites
learned more shout tilling soil; Tomb
of the Kings (Thothmes 111), its inter
ior; Statue of Mennon; Avenue of
If Joe Meyer or some of the other
local tailors were real ingenious they
would design something better than
peon pants. What is needed when the
streets are glassy, as they now are, is
a pair of trousers that carries on the
seat a ret of skiis, skids or improvisa
tions something like the pontoons of a
CLEANING TIME FOR
MOTORISTS AT HAND
This conversation wa overheard the
other day between one of those eternal
optimists and a man who is prone to
grouch over the weather whatever its
Eternal Optimift Say, Old Snort,
ain t this a wonderful day overhead?
Grouch You're richt. but the trouble
is that so durn lew oi us are traveling
Last Wednesday flocks or geese were
seen headed north instead of south.
borne of the weatherwite predicted
that this was a sure indicatiun of bet
ter weather. Tbe Indians of the col
ony here were arked ab iut the matter.
Some of them, always ready to make
the proper response to a leading ques
tion, said they gueestd that tetter
weather wts ceitainly due. An old
squaw, however, epet with emphafii
ana then grinned toothlessly.
"Umph." she remarked. "Fool I
geese just lost in the snow storm. "
It is likely that she was correct. At
leait the northward wirg'r.g honkers
did not bring any bttur weather.
The snowstorm and wintry weather
has resulted in sn exodus of horses to
the winter jastore fields in Wasco
county. Dave Mutheny and Gilbert
hdgington croe zi head or animals to
the neitbUirine ccunty last week.
lerau!i of the scarcity of hay, Mr.
LJgington reior's that at out 175 local
horpea are be:rig wintered in the Wasco
county grain fk-L's.
The heavy snow prevailing on the
headwaters of the West Folk of Hond
river has driven in crews of the United
States rorestry Service, ergaced
i throughout the summer in corstructirg
! a new section grade on the It
I I.ske Highway and surfacing a portion
of the roai built last year. The ers
I two weeks ago moved down from the
! lake shore and had planned on puttirg
i in work during the winter on a section
of road beirg rebuilt jointly by the
: c unty and forestry service. Tbe"rw.w
ef the district now rarges from three
to lit feet deep.
Th terr rrature c"rrr ped to rero in
the city Monday r-ght. At I'arkdtle
tt.e minimum was four below. I lurrb
ers were busy repairirg froten w ater
It hnt developed that the Upper Val
ley folk really saw the illumination of
a tsre Mordsy r',:M instead or the
Aorora I'-oreaiii. 'ihen-iort hotel at
Cocks, Vtnih., was destroyed. The
huge frame building burned about 6
FREEZE HALTS RIVER
The fcetJwcrki cf the water system
nt piytrg fcdyraulic machinery at Cas
cftae Lfxks hivirg frozen, the moe
mer t cf ar 5 ies fnm hre to Portland
tcrs.'r dxki ty UU has teen in
"We will recrr, the crrrsti n,"
ssys Jack Psc'ey. srtr.t cf the Har
kins Trrlp''rtti"n Co., "as tooi as
the water s is Uel oaU Th s
rrobat It Mt t ort.l the exlrerre
IweatNr To 5!e we bare ear-
rei i:. ',( '-; U xs of armies to Pwtt-'lanl"
This is cleaning tim for the motor
ist. Summer and the attendant long
trips and increased engine operation
caue accumulation of fine metal par
ticles, carbon, road dust, and other
impurities in crankcase oil. The grit
ty, contaminated oil circulates through
the engine, accumulating and adhering
to hearings and the inner rrankcase
surfaces in the form of deposits. So
important it is to keep the oil clean.
that the manufacturer of your car rec
ommends the periodic flushing out and
renewing of the erankcace oil.
To remove this dirt and foreign mat
ter, the flushing egent must be circu
lated in considerable volume through
the regular oil passages to all bearing
surface, and at the came time be
thrown against the interior surface to
be cleaned. It is obvious that if4he
flushing oil is too thick and viscous, it
will not be forced through the oil pas
sages and splashed in sutlicient vol
ume to dislodge the depo?it.
It was a practice, at one time, for
motorists to undertake this work with
kercoene. While bavirg the recsary
cleansing qonhtieg, kerosene is in r.o
ser.se a lubricant, and there is danger
ef damage to tearing surfaces while
the engine is being run durirg the
U. W. Fcfltr. tbe Standard Oil agent
here, states that the laboratories of
the Standard Oil Company have devel
op! what he considers the ideal flu.'h-
irg aient. This oil is lighter in body
than the lightest automobile luVriea
tsrg oil, and vet it posMsws SLtlioient
jt ricatirg value to prevent the possi
bility of darr ase to ay bearing sur
faces durirg the f.Uybirg operation.
It ia elaimed trat this oil is able to
dislodge deposits of rr.atttr and
bol.1 such iirpurit es in solution " It
ill carry them c.lT throceh the Cram,
together with the terrairirg c;i. ma-; a
rrxre corr pltttly thsn if a more t
pensive b.jht rr t- r oil were used ( r
Teyj it Franz Co.
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