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I 10 GOODWIN'S WEEKLY
I AUTOMOBILE GOSSIP
T O ALT. society tlte clvlllaed world
over, the automobile conies as
m the Kracwful acme of eonvenl
9 erne. And In this day and age soci
al et's use of the automobile Is only one
H phase of this, the third greatest ln
M dustry In the United States. Surpass
es in? refinements, however, hove ele
M v ited ftie car Into a class of sump
H tuoiiB luxury on the one hand while
H im reading efficiency of operation has
B brought o definite personal element
H into the automobile's dally existence.
H One's car lftis become ns Individually
H personal as one's house or one's watch.
H At this time of the year, the eyes
M of all Interested In the motor car are
H f.ed oil the Automobile Show, where
M ill may gather to mark the quality
H and degree of the latest creations. The
j automobile show has "become an In
Hj stitution throughout the country of
H Increasing value to the buyer and has
j always been nn advantage to the
H This year the enclosed car has come
H into its own. and manufacturers have
H turned their attention In a marked
H degree to the perfection of this type
H of conveyance. The lowering of coupe
H bodies and the Increased attraetlve-
M ness of lines, has been responsible for
M this, together with woman's lncrons-
Bj ing use of the automobile.
H The advent of the Looomobllo
H Automobile Numbers a Specialty
.Sa,t LakG StamP C"
H Jtubber Stamps. Seals, oUi.
65 V. Ilronclwuy 1hone 304
Salt Luke City
I AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE
HI Sae 12 & lf wnt ou "ll 1,,,,JS
Hi on your auto Insurance
I Deming & McMillin
H CKXICR.Ui AfiRNTS
I 204 FclC WdjS. Salt liulce City '
I' AUTOMOBILE TIRE
H ISxpolltMit Equipment and Sorvico
Hi Our repairs are worth
I' while. A call will
fl; convince you.
I Austin Tire & Rubber Co.
147 East 1st South St. j
H Telephone Wnnntoh 8010 I
I t I
limousine ws awaited with genuine
Interest this season, if only for the
anouncement that the trimmings were
in sterling silver. As this car has al
ways been one of the best on the
market, the model was welcome on
Its own merits. Tho side lamps, door
handles, etc., are all silver this year
and add what seems to be the finishing
touch of luxury to the big limousine
type of car.
Among new models in automobile
coats is a rnglan in 'a warm brown
mixture with red leather trimmings.
Another is a mannish blue mixture
with a convertible cuff buttoned back
on the wrist that may be turned down
over the hand If more warmth Is
The Austin Tire & Rubber company
is making a specialty of tir repair
ing that has won wide favor among
motorists, this company giving em
inent satisfaction. The policy main
tained ly the company to give good
service has been its greatest asset.
Careful survey of the changes In
augurated by automobile manufactur
ers for their 1913 models indicates
that many alterations have been made
notwithstanding the general belief
that 1012 models were supposed to be
the last word in motor construction.
Contrary to the boasts of builders at
the 1911 shows nearly every manufac
turer has some novel If not untra
voluable Innovation. Those features
are found in matter or manner of
equipment or are calculated to In
crease the efficiency of the car. The
fact remains that the modols on dis
play at the show this year will en
tertain the visitor with more ideas
than have been revealed at any pre
vious exhibition. The public will be
treated to the first view of the new
models at the New York show, which
opens Jan. 14.
In the qhanges It will be found that
bodies are larger and roomier this year
than ever before. There is a well de
fined tendency toward slight expan
sions and a general recognition of the
fact that the average individual needs
and demands more elbow room and
more knee room. More than ever is
the coupe in evidence. Several prom
inent manufacturers who never before
have listed coupe models one of
them is recognized as the greatest of
manufacturers have added them for
the first time this year and tho In
crease In production of these handy
little "all weather" vehicles presage
their widespread use.
Roadsters also are returning to
favor, as was forecast by last year's
shows, and one manufacturer has
cleverly combined the coupe and the
roadster In a manner never before at
tempted. The body is a combination,
which, with the coupe part removed,
may be used as an attractive torpedo
type roadster. With the top In place
there is nothing to Indicate that it is
removable, so cleverly have the di
viding lines been covered up.
Stick to Stlckney's. (Adv.)
Buick "31," Price $1435 f.o.b. Salt Lake V J I
With full equipment. , B I
INTRODUCING THE i 1
1 Jk I -X l
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j & M 9k. Jr J
Buick has established an enviable reputation for building
high-grade serviceable automobiles, and the 1913 Line reprc
sentsthe 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 Buick
product and an indication of what may be expected for 1913.
1 ! "
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 I
protect, but enhance the reputation so emphatically won and j
so firmly established. j
THE 1913 LINE
F.O.B. SALT LAKE ,
Model. 24 Two Passenger Roadster, 25-H.P.,
Fully equipped $1,100 j
Model 25 Five Passenger Touring Car, 28-H.P., '
Fully equipped $1,200 I f
Model 30 Mew Type Roadster, 32-H.P., "a I
Fully equipped . $1,250 j
Model 31 Five Passenger Touring Car, 32-H.P., B
Fully equipped $1,435 1 ,
Model 50 Five Passenger Touring Car, 40-H.P.,
Fully equipped $1,800 9
EQUIPMENT. Fully Equipped, including Speedometer and 1
Self-Starter , j
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 Better Automobiles are Built Buick will Build Them"
Advance detailed specifications mailed promptly upon request. 1
Randall-Dodd Auto Co., Ltd.
j 53 W. 4th South, Salt Lake City. j ,