Chippewa Herald-Telegram from Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin on April 2, 1927 · 2
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Chippewa Herald-Telegram from Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin · 2

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page rrwo THE CHIPPEWA HERALD-TELEGRAM, CHIPPEWA FALLS, WIS., SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1927 M0TOH NEV6 Qjronv Toa.cL & SlTOWT O OTTLd t " - r A -Kr J Kelly-Springfield Tire Co. TIRES & TUBES Compare these prices They, are Less 29x4.40 Balloon Cords $7.95 30x3 Oversize Cords 8.35 30x3! Regular size Cords 7.45 30x3 2 Fabric Tires 6.95 30x3 Fabric Tires 5.95 For One Day Only All other sizes and Tubes equally as low. These are from our regular stock absolutely highest grade quality and fully guaranteed. Buy Now and Save, Money. "We save you time and money and give what the postman can't SERVICE" Chippewa Valley Auto Co. BIGLER BROTHERS Cor. Bay & W. Grand Ave. Phone 711 Chippewa Falls "LOOK FOR THE BIG WHEEL SIGN" Of course, we'd like to sell you new tires made by LEE. We feel that's the ultimate solution of your tire troubles. But our idea of service is to make your present tires last as long as possible. Maybe they're still good for a few hundred miles more. If so, we'll tell you so and help you make them last! Our service men are experts and the work they do "stays put." We'll make your tire money Sold by go the farthest. That's the T ' T? T? only basis upon which we JL JLv JLv want your business. of Conshohocken Drive in any time. ' SERVICED BY NORTHWESTERN TIRE CO. R. W. KEMSKE Beside the Northern Tel. 1190 LET US BUILD THE GARAGE YOUR CAR REPRESENTS an Investment. Why not Protect it? You'll be surprised how reasonably we can build a garage for you. Besides giving a home for your car it will increase the value of your property. No house is complete now without a garage. Estimates Gladly Furnished. iooo iles w on y0ur TIRES? Bill for Memorial Library Recommended Madison, Wis. (By A. P.) Senator John Cashman's bill now before, the legislature, providing for a $3,000,000 library at the University of Wisconsin as a memorial to the late Senator Robert M. La Follette, has been recommended for passage by the senate committee on education and public welfare. The recommendation for passage was unanimous. Walking Still Is Very Dangerous Chicago, Pedestrians made up 73 per cent of the persons killed during January in automobile accidents throughout the cou.-.tiv, reports the National Safety Council. Twenty-three per c-nt of these were under 15 years old. 34 per cent were 55 and over, and 43 per cent were between these ages. Only 12 per cent of the 1430 motor vehicle fatalities during January were due to collisions. MILLIONS FOR ROADS Virginia will spend nearly ten million dollars for good roads this year. The state highway commission has provided for an expenditure of SX,-000,000 to improve the main highways, and $1,250,000 to improve feeder roads. CITROEN IS EXPANDING Andre Citroen, the famous French motor manufacturer, has come into the American market to buy several million dollars worth of automotive machinery. He exDects to expand his output from 400 to more than 1000 cars daily. BIG OIL RUN MAY LOWER GAS PRICE By JOHN W. HILL Special NEA Service Writer The American motoring public should be able to take its joy rides and its summer touts at a lower cost this summer. There is every prospect of cheaper gasoline prices. It now seems probable that there will be further hufc-e overproduction of crude oil this year. This means lower prices, from crude oil to gasoline. That prospect stands today in the face of the greatest winter consumption of gasoline ever known. In January the country's 20,000,000 motor cars burned up 17 per cent more gas than was used in January, 1926. February consumption ran 30 per cent ahead of one year ago. But meanwhile production is leaping ahead by great bounds. The daily average output of crude oil has reached approximately 2,500,000 barrels. Never before in the history of th? industry has that figure been attained. Two factors are chiefly responsible for this startling rise in production. One the amazing output developed bv the new Seminole field in Ok- i lahon a. The other is the widely I spret.iiing use of improved methods of ccele rating the output of wells. This I improvement in technology is known , as the "gas lift." DO YOU KNOW- STEEP TAXES ABROAD Most parts of Europe look on the automobile still as a luxury. In fact, the ownership tax rises io as high as 50 per cent of the oar's original cost. Cork legs were named after their inventor, a Mr. Cork. Zeitgeist is the bias of public taste at any particular period. Slang at first was the jargon deliberately adopted as a kind of secret language by certain classes, often criminals. Replica means a copy of similar value by the same hand that executed the original; ' reproduction is inferior work, avowedly copyist. Fish rise and fall in the water by means of an air-bladder inside them; they fill the air-blat'lr to rise, and expel the air to sink. The five legged bulls of Ninevah are gigantic granite sculptures, formerly guardians of the Syrian Palace gates, and now in the British Museum. There are three well-known phrases in which reference is made to angels. These are: "Tears such as angels weep," "Fools rush in where angels fear to tread," and "Like angel visits, few and far between." The first is from Milton, the second from Alex ander Pope, and the third from Thorn as Campbell. SPEED LIMIT GOES UP The states of Washington ami Indiana have raised the legal maximum speed limit to 40 miles an hour. This applies to the state highways outside city limits. GARAGES INCREASE Four out of five houses built last year had a garage to accompany it, reports the U. S. Department of Labor. A large number of the garages were of the multiple variety, to go with apartments. They cost an average of $22 each. BATTERY and ELECTRIC SERVICE ON ALL MAKES OF AUTO IGNITION Bring your electrical troubles to us our work is backed by years of actual experience, which assures you the best of workmanship. OUR PRICES ARE NO HIGHER THAN YOU PAY ELSEWHERE FOR INFERIOR WORK. GIVE US A TRIAL. Chippewa Battery & Electric CJo. Exide Service Station STOKKE AND BRASK. Phone 87 413 Bay St. 1 If W II XOvJi f ill ill Leads the World in Motor Car Value ILJ .ow many maim Ibeanngs in your motor a iV7ZfiP ,or the "nest a"d smoothest performance results, you Obviously, 3 or 4 supports for a crankshaft cannot give it the rigidity and smoothness of 7. That is why Nash with customary engineer ing progressiveness has developed the 7-bearing motor for ail Nash models. The 7 bearings of 'Sash achieve power'smoothness and quietness, and achieve it, moreover, with no sacrifice of acceleration. In fact, the proper support of the crankshaft decidedly improves the energy and aggressiveness of the car. Here is another fact to remember about the 7 bearings of Nash: They have more bearing surface, by actual measurement, than any 6'Cylinder engine of similar size and price, no matter how many bearings it has. (Actually 20 square inches more than leading cars with fewer bearings.) When you buy your 1927 motor car be sure to ask: "How many main bearings!" And for better results choose the car that has 7. Nash offers you this performance-advantage in every single model, whether you pay $2090 for it or only $865. 1 u IRESTON) Invites Comparison Gum-dipping lengthens its life adding strengtli and flexibility reducing internaT heat. BEFORE BUYING Come in and let us show you the many features of FIRESTONE Tires. Expert Vulcanizing and , Tire Repairing Bring your tire troubles to us. Our new and modern equipment enables us to do a better grade of work. Auto Tire Repair Shop 12 Bridge St. Phone 1010 DRIVE IN SERVICE Texaco Oil Station Cor. Bridge and Birch Sts. Chippewa Falls NO. 1 1 j A ' , f, APRIL SHOWERS BRING MAY MUD "The poet may sing of the flowers but Mr. Motorist cant help thinking of the mud." P. Troleum At this time o' year when you're pulling through the stuff that made Flanders famous, there's TEXACO gas to be thankful for. Every atom of TEXACO gas vaporizes fast and delivers its fullness of energy and power to your engine. This power demonstrates the fact that you can depend on TEXACO gas to pull you through to your destination with a hearty "I can" spirit. Give it the opportunity. 1 est it. St?e Sunday's ROTOGRAVURE SECTION of Minneapolis Journal Minneapolis Tribune Pioneer Press-Dispatch St. Paul Daily News FOR SPECIAL INFORMATON ON It WiU Interest You Chippewa Sales Co. 13 W. Grand Ave. . Phone 4 TR Y TOD A Y'S FORD CHIPPEWA NASH COMPANY VAUDREUIL LUMBER CO. 112 Bay St. PAUL D. ADAMS Phone 9a Phone 475

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