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Here is a vivid picture of the difference between good oil and inferior oil.
At the right, you note the bearing running, protected by a fine film of oil. This oil keeps apart all moving surfaces in your motor. Moreover, it protects them from the intense heat always generated by the friction of fast-moving machinery
In a good motor there are many such bearings fitted to 1/1000 inch accuracy, and you must have an oil like Havoline that keeps its film as a constant protector against the ravages of frictional heat.
The section of the bearing shown at the left is running without any oil whatever. It is obvious that without any lubrication in any good piece of machinery, dry steel would rub against dry steel. Great friction would result and the resulting heat would burn out the best piece of steel in the world.
Havoline Oil has been proven by vast numbers of car owners to be the safest oil you can use in your motor under all conditions. One of the country's greatest universities has proven scientifically in its labora
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The centre section of the bearing shows how an inferior oil breaks up under heat. Heat always shows up a poor oil. Heat breaks up its protecting film into splotches and kills its lubricating power. An oil film so broken permits dry metal to rub against dry metal, which gives friction its deadly chance. This illustrates why, although you may be using plenty of oil in your motor, you still hear ominous sounds“knocks,” grindings, or similar indications that something is wrong. Ever consider it might
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This, from the author's preface, indicates that the new novel by the editor of Life is more on the lines of " Amos Judd," "The Pines of Lory” and “The Last American than like his more recent novel, “Pandora's Box." It is the somewhat romantic narrative of a woman and a reckless lover, whose control of waves of thought brings about exciting and significant happenings.
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653 Austrian Duplicity Exposed..
653 Mr. Lloyd George on the Battles in Picardy
653 The Second German Offensive.
654 The Third Arm of the Service.
654 Steel and Ships ......
655 Total Abstinence from Wheat Flour.... 655 Wheat Not Indispensable...
656 Farming in France.
656 Cartoons of the Week...
657 “ The Old War Horse of Reform" 658 What the Farmer Can Do in War Time 658 “The Angelic Porcupine
658 Sewage Purification...
658 Free Admission to Museums
659 Booze or Coal.....
659 Hamilton Wright Mabie.
660 The Case del Soldato..
660 Home Rule and Conscription..
661 An Etching with Carbolic Acid..
662 The Church and the War..
663 Two Soldier Songs : 1-Faugh-a-Ballagh...
665 By W. Karr Rainsford II-America to France and Great Britain 665
By Harold Trowbridge Pulsifer A Pioneer Movement for Americanization 666
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667 By Don C. Seitz No. 10 Downing Street: The Working
Home of Lloyd George and His War
667 By Robert Donald “Gassing" the World's Mind : What a Father Told His Son..
668 By William T. Ellis Current Events Illustrated..
671 Revolutionary Leaders....
674 By Aino Malmberg 'Our Brothers"
675 By Bessie Beatty Weekly Outline Study of Current History 676
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676 John Muir Misquoted
678 The New Books....
680 The Nation's Industrial Progress. 682 Fraudulent Financial Advertising.
685 The Story of a Bit of Wood.
651 By Charles E. Finch By the Way....
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