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£vjLNura u if Kg. WEDNESDAY, MAT 17. bureau Qwn\ of Copyrtcht. l»n bv th» International Syndicate DltMCULT GEAR SHll- HNC AND CAUSF5 I n an o r d l n a n g l i d i n g ^oar t i a n i - .'ar«l u l » j \ » r title w i t h HIP OII misxlon the (rears t h a t ure i h l f t e d I n * in. m i x i ( t h e t l u t c h I t is f i t u l l times rotate w i t h t h e d i n e - t o l m j ( » » l b l i t o m i k e a s t a t i o tinaft a n d t h e c o u n t e r s h a f t truifn p a r m s h w i t h a. r o t a t l n * one w i t h w h i c h t h e »lldln(r (tear* a r e e n \ n \ d i f f i c u l t t b r l n * t w o *Pais i J i n d ijnt I CYMNDF.R GRINDING Our ,iid inspection is a "QUALJlY" r»rantee. We, could go on forever t r / l l i n K \ o u erf our y l ' A I I T Y but the onl way to re»ll p r o v e tp \ o u w h a t w e su\ about ' Q U A L I T Y ' la for j o u to send us t h a t n e x t K t of _\ U n d e r * for r*-grlnd- Inj, »nd then w^e are «ure t h a ^ M U w i l l be com l u r e d It 11 only a q u e s t i o n of t i m i w IH n \ nu " i l l w a n t our QUALITY' In ollnder g r i n d i n g -- L»ON T \ \ A 1 T - O K T IT NOW 23 OXF F.Y CYLINDER GRINDING CO. Montton^iy St. Trenton, N. J. W r i t t or phon« for price lilt New Foi'd Tops FU--1EEN IN STOCK $H.OO Each ACT QUICK National Auto Top Body Co. Pbonc 1835 432 Princeton Avenue CONNECTING ROD BEARINGS Valves, Gasket? and Piston Pins Automotive Equipment PHONE 6370 CHARLES SHICK CO. 153-155 WEST HANOVER EXACO MOTOR OIL Clean, clear, f u l l bodied. All oil. Call for TEXACO and watch the golden color. s. 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M u t i p stt n s m u s t b l p t U n l i t moiul t o p r i \ o n t t e n s i o n ' n tho e n i t un is o t h e r w i s e tht ci l l u 1 "I w i l l I i l n o k i n or the stiUhilric pulled ni t M \ i . \ i - ro ( O \ \ F ( TIO^s t h e marnrts C) \o The jr»npr«tor w o u l d n o t operate pn | x r ) \ a n d ther* w o u l d In no s t o r » K « of i urn nt for I n r n j s and u t a i I i r D r \ ci Us an usi«d '^ an *^np r i l \ s i p i r i t i currf nt s M I rep a n d i i s u i l h t f u i n i s h a t u r t i n l r U f n l - t i u n ( un. nt i n l s h A l l ^ TO SI K r D I I ' F A J w r i t i t M \ oar i | x i n t ' s f n M e w I f h s i i i m ( I . n l \ an I ch w s (tiM"1 irnsollne ( c n m b u t re. n t l y 1 " . n » n t i n I 1| ( w mtf t r o u b l e S\"l ( n I i [ien tho t h i o t l l r « | | r on a » t r i t i h c f 11 \ I t n id It I iJIs to sp ed "I ' ' M tl ru l HO in I i s nn h o u r . tl ( n » r i n t i l k » s i n j 11 n jr. ex- I s i o n s In tho r n u f l l i i \\ h i t cause* II M A n § w » r l i e ,- ,| reason f o r *· ' ' i 1 1 n Is 11 i t 1 1 . ( n i s l n e f l f . 8 i t I t i n m i l l i nt m l x l u r t ( f i r '" ' 1 'I ' I ' " i L r tl i n l i t i ns 1 tl · I s tt n Is t i i l u r e 1 1 1 ' " I i s i| I I N H i i t l l i ii n t I i I A K H I m n _ U i t c ^ i i b u n loi ucj. MOTORING INSPECi ORS MAKE DRIVERS BEHAVE Tl o l m p r e « t « l n i in i i -. i , \ w I I I M O V in. t l i s t s ( h i t M --, i -., MX I s i n i ) i t ii n i p. . i r v minn in th» nt i it. w. n ni in il I \ I r \. hii Ji N f w In h t i . l irr »t ip w i rn IM di xlrl inn ti t l\ not / II IK il r I- Hi I I. K l - t t i r f i i l , n o f i o in M I * - - 1 , f i l M \ p r \ i n i i l i H i n i i l ^ r * t \ \ j w i i i ills; i t i in i I m I r s i I. mi|" i I i s I r I i l I v tho nti| r r-,-, n ( , ,.,, i s H 1 K I I f l t f -( l | I il pa 11 f t m t l i i i di p irtini nt M r i ,, , | "11 t 'in \ ' } I i s i n L n. | i i j i I 'l \ I \ T , -Ml U p| 1 i; s " i r -" s I i -" r i I t r I H I i k IT- u t m o n t Is corn rt obstruction Kome' ' ri t h ( . ·- I n lint for ln- " i t tt ( Ii i i r ^ recn ma be ' " " ' t i n \ t h i n s t i n t pre- 1 1 1 ·* « in t M K from k ( ej i n p i 1 t i n t r 1 ( u l I ' l l i d w i l l l i a s e f - ' i IT t I f i h e t a n k d c s n n t I t Hod i n I. r I c i v v (k m i n d t h e I I 1 I' \ I w i l l i u n l o w o r i ' \ r 1 i to i h f I n e r \ a c u u m I " 4 m i u t m nt t r c o n n s ot s t r u c t 1 »- is I I I K u II not flow out and H i c i r l u r r t r r f i s t r n o n p h t o ·-'^ ' I f f ' 1 d ( i n u i Is of JL w i d e i i IH ni pu I. r ^ I h i lm M · i t i M fllM i l l ! \ 1 1 [ r i I tl \ ii I r n i i f t l i - i n t u I t i ] I N i i 1 I 11 I n i n l i i | \ w lii I _i "l \ i u 1« nd d .. ( I i 1 i mi ml i t I m I 1 n i m l i r 11 L I ' t t s W t T l t r ^ 1 f l l l e i l r- ,f | f i t l i \ r I . C I l « l S f t u M i k i d r -. | in nt M h 1 c ( ns · \ i i n o t o i \ i i 11 , In M dea* t s \\ i " ( i K s i i ( l , , t n n n s k 11 1 t I Mi tr i n s I i | n i t s f t ir \ If i Ii i ^ i s i n I t \\ t H K N r \ i H I ' * , I s r \ i\g I s n 1 1 f I n ' ' ··I u n J \ M i ( , M I I ' I t * si ·' 11 im M I If 11 IS [ \ U l l ! I *ler tl P I n ' I t t il n mb. r ' 1 I i o t l r x r l i ni I I st nil l s l i i H o e n i r C l I · i l i t \( i i * p» I. * M l I s t U f l I ' \ 1. s 1 - I k h t mo 1 lo n 1- ·-* t o i l ^ t l i i t u l n c i \ n i I I I M - s n K g 1 1 i n j i f| M i w i t . ' v ~ K I I I K I I I I l i l i i r l i I " i" d i n t he il i \ t u n . mil i i t ' it.'I ' I h , K V) I 1 i i l l i r i i -. t tl 1 1 r \ t) uT I I t in u i l t \ f ,, .1, n t * ' k | I u n t mi.1 t It l« n l s n t. i · -I mi? i n n. t t i ^ i f tl r l l i « 1 ns I M l w r r , l , t w i t n a n t m o l i l . a a n d t Ii pi f n. | Ii s You would be surprised ·t the great power-loia in the ge^r-boxes of your car -- when lubricated in the ordinary way. DIXON S 677 makei them delirer fuU power. Keep* the gear* quiet, sweet- running and e a s y - s h i f t i n g . Helps to mike the hills "on hiitfi." Made right by the pioneers in scientific gear lubrication. Costs more per pound -less per mile. In the red tin. JOSEPH DlXdN CRUCIBLE CO, v / s V jr»«rrQir.N J . A U T 0 M 0 T I V E E Q u i p M E N T OARAGE SUPPLIES SAVE YOUR JLKUCK II --^^^"·^·"··^·········^··W A9AX * I N E B U R G S ' 10-14 F- § t Hanover St. 'Phonv 207. TIKES BLAr.R 'IRFAD COR DTI RES Supreme in Appeal ance, Mileatfe and Non Jkid Jccurity ° Insist on Ajax from your Dealer DcBLOIS T I R E At R L B B L R C O M P \ \ Trenton New crsey A N aiki ( l ) r a n a peneritor 1 o i m n i t t 1 up S T is t j f u r n i s h urr« n ' Ij' " ^ -i hi;li t nslon r m j , n « t o The nuipneto is t h o n l S o u r c e oi i M i i t i o n r u r n n t o n m \ c a r ind h i s t w t i x t r i term i n ils f r sr rm I in 1 91 u n n t c t i u n (-') ( m n o connect i f ) 1 1 if k'i n« i tor to di % c e l l s ins to id i f to t h . Mot mt I utt* r\ -io Ih it it w i l l TEnerate Unough t h e m " 1 Armw«r (1) ' I h e extra t e r m i m l s on \ o u r magneto are for th- n t t n h ment of a set of dr -rolls tho c i r n nt f r o m w h i c h can bo used at M u t i n y or it m.T\ be i n t t nil«i to w n n i c l t i n Btorairt b a t t e r \ to t h m for the sam |MiriH)»t \o i l l i t o t connection of t h i p-. n e r i t o r to t h e m w o u l d l e of an list an no c u r r e n t w o u l d be a v a i l a b l e i n t d t h e c n K i n e h a d started, w h e n tho m a r n p t o Itself would fe In a c t i o n \ o u l w t t r i I tain from the m a n u f a c - · turers a d i m r i m of connections for wnir m a p n e u ( t h e t % p e of w h i c h \ o u do not p u o us) is a n incorrect r o n - nection of 1 i t t n mis-ht demagnetize Genuine Delco Hemy Paris 211-213 Sooth Wureii St C BLINDER GRINDING /. MEANS :. AniKiuriccnicnt X A LTERATIONS having been completed, the Grew Brothers have moved back to their old qi'irters at 230 South Wa^en Street, where, with their new and up-to-date equipment and augmented working force they will be better than ever able to take cure of the high grade auto top and upholstery work which h»? won them *o many tariffed customers. TIIK C.RHSS AUTO TOP SHOP EXPERT AUTO UPHOLSTERERS WM. GRra 230 South Warren Street JOS. CRESS Distributors of Badger De Lux« AB-S*««on Top», and the Kensington Cali*o»flia Top for Fords. MORE POWER SPEED ECONOMY LESS GAS OILS CARBON We can bring your old engine back to its original efficiency if we re-grmd the cylinders and fit new oversize pistons with Pedrick rings. WIIJ.ARD BAntRIES. j AUTOMOllVE EI-FC1KIC SERVICE, | 'Phone 7700. Cor. S. Warren Front SU. Four Pa it grr T^ROBABLY no fine car has ever JL been greeted with the ovei whelming and instantaneous approval that is being accorded to the new Packard SinguSix. Never has Packard history witnessed such an outpouring. All over the connti y Packard salesrooms have literally been crowded with hundreds eager to ^c and to.buy these beautiful FOUR DAY SALE ENDING SATURDAY NIGHT. Redaction on Ajix Road Kings MdRifcWTwad AI l^ AUSOLUIVJ.Y FM»A|- R- T* ID N. S. l.N. S, I. KS. M-xir I.N.S. HRftJr'x. N. 5. Hit. IKi^N.S. trt Mi»,lKh«. N.I ·:-'tt«bll. Litt Pne« I, N. S.IM.75 I, N. S. 19.15 M.OO 7545 M.ao 27.35 M.U 3900 11.10 47 Our Pnc«. ft 95 12.95 14.95 15.95 16.95 17.9% 21.tS n.M ·us 3*^4 Aj 38»1V4 Aj A; L.tt l»rie« $25.50 32.40 34.25 45.20 17.60 Our Pr,c« $15.95 20.95 22.98 3D.9S 3S.9S Y MGhE SOLD iu ·· · X . Cu ' r IMta4 * - i Ro,«| DAVID LEWIS TIRF CO. 31 SOT* W«iw.3t (ror. FM* Si) V N. J. No one who i eacts to aristocratic at »no»- pheic in a motor car, can well remain un.'ecponsue to this new Packard* Hee is not alone the exquisite environment and positive pei toi mance of Packard, but a greater emphasis of value than has ever befoie been gtvea in a uuly fine car. , r*»i ' ufUtt - _ * M »t rv*v yi«^ »-?· xi t T* \ - ti f ti 1 V (. M V f i % . " IM. *MMf tf tl C It. tJIJIi lfitttti»T " ' , (JJ7I. I f - t* T. i *I*Jfi J-f' 1 I " ' ttlU: 1-*+»tf»t»t SW«o L · . lit It i i « - «r«* r»r - r it* tint M r ^ TRENTON BRANCH Brunswick and Evans Avenues. Phone 4835 PACKARD A S K T H E M A N W H O O W N S O N * 1EWSP4PERS

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