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8 GOODWIN'S WEEKLY
1 AUTOMOBILE GOSSIP
B! rr-i HAT automobile plank In tho
W J Ilopublican platform is the near-
B1 qst approach to a resurrection of
B the blue laws of any of the radical
B promises that are so numerous among
B bodies politic during the present cam-
B1 In the first place, the provision to
B provide a jail sentence only for those
B autoists found guilty of speeding slm-
B l,ly means that a fine will not suffice.
Hl Stop to consider what a measure of
B' this km(l means. It is manifestly un-
B Just' antl Jf our Republican friends
B were trying to put the Indian sign on
B tne business ot selling automobiles as
B we as tne Pleasure of owning one,
B tney could not have scared up a
B greater bugaboo.
B Tuo deliberations of rural courts
Bj , are notoriously lacking in justice or
JH judgment when an offending or al
B leged offending autoist is at the bar.
B Thousands of constables have stepped
B before wayside justices of the peace
B an(1 sworn that a culprit's car was
B going "at least sixty miles an hour,"
B when as a matter of fact eighteen
B miles an hour would seem very fact
H to these men who have been accus
al tomed all their lives to riding four
B miles an hour behind a farm horse.
B Automobile Tire Repairing
B Excellent Equipment and Service
B Our repairs are worth
B . while. A call will
B convince you.
Austin Tire & Rubber Go,
I (47 East 1st, South St,
H Telephone Wasatch 3010
B Save 1 2xi per cent on all risks
B on your auto insurance
B DEMNG & McMILLIN
B 204 Felt Dldg. Salt Lake City
B Automobile Numbers a Specialty
I gj- Salt Lake Stamp Co.
M (riMjftsfl Rubber Stamps, Seals, etc.
BB 65 W.Broadway Phone 304 Salt Lake City
H THE UTAH TIRE & RUBBER CO.
B 147-149 State Si. SALT LAKE CITY
Ail open muffler will give the un
initiated an exaggerated idea of speed.
An auto horn suddenly and loudly
tooting in out-of-the-way places will
startle a ruralite into thinking that
"even if ho wasn't going fast ho was
agoln' to," and in fact the man in tho
road is not built upon the order of a
We believe in a good stiff fine for
speeders speeders are an exception,
not the rule. And every right minded
automobile believes in bringing speed
ers to a realization of their frivolity.
But wholesale jailing without reserva
tion or alternative would be glaringly
unfair to the many sane drivers who
do at time show a burst of speed that
is usually justified by the exigencies
of tho occasion.
Salt Lake Stamp Co. Automobile
numbers and pads are claiming more
than ever tho attentlqn of the Salt
Lake Stamp Co of this city. Owners
are showing their preference for this
Utah Tire & Rubber Co. Firestone
tires are coming from the factory with
more regularity now, and the Utah
Tire and Rubber Co. are catching up
with their orders. The large Picker
ing truck is now fully shod with the
new dual type truck tires put on by
this concern. The installation of fa
cilities for mounting truck tires is an
other step forward in the career of
The factory representative of the
Regal Motor Car Co. arlved in the
pity the past week looking toward
establishing Regal representation In
Cheesman Auto Co. Mr. W. H.
Sweet tells it that his new Locomo
bile "40" purchased from the Chees
man Co. is such a bear for power that
he has christened it tho "Bull Moose:"
Randall-Dodd Auto Co. Carloads of
Bulcks continue to arrive for tho
Randall-Dodd Co. all being taken at
once by their owners. The Randall
Dodd sales room is one busy place.
Manager Thorsen says he could sell
fifty 'more Bulcks right now If he
could get them from tne factory.
I would that my barque might be
sailing to you
O'er a sea that was tranquil, a sea
that was blue.
I would that the breezes might blow
me so true
I might make the safe port of your
breast when I'm due.
But dear, if the ocean with danger
If waves have obstructed, if winds
I shall stay by the helm, though my
heart sink with dread,
And reach you at last, thought I float
to you dead!
"Paw, when a 'man is poor but hon
est, is he poor b'cuz he's honest, or
honest b'cuz he's poor, or both?
Buick "3 1 " Price 1 435 f.o.b. Salt Lake
With full equipment.
Buick has established an enviable reputation for building
high-grade serviceable automobiles, and the 19 13 Line repre
sents the best efforts of this mammoth organization.
The success of the past season when the entire output
was sold early in June is evidence of the quality of the Buick
product and an indication of what may be expected for 19 13.
No car at any price can give more real motor car value.
Every Model in the line is so built that it will not only
protect, but enhance the reputation so emphatically won and
so firmly established.
THE 1913 LINE
F.O.B. SALT LAKE
Model 24 Two Passenger .Roadster, 25-H.P., Fully equipped - - $1,100
Model 25 Five Passenger Touring Car, 28-H.P., Fully equipped - $1,200
Model 30 New Type Roadster, 32-H.P., Fully equipped - - - $1,250
Model 31 Five Passenger Touring Car, 32-H.P., Fully equipped - $1,435
Model 50 Five Passenger Touring Car, 40-H.P., Fully equipped - $1,800
EQUIPMENT. Fully Equipped, including Speedometer and Self-Starter
These prices include every practical improvement that
has demonstrated its value, either in the operation of the car
or the convenience and pleasure of its owner.
"When Belter Automobiles are Built (Bk roill Build Them" ,
Advance detailed specifications mailed promptly upon request.
Randall-Dodd Auto Co., Ltd.
53 W, 4th South, Salt Lake Oity