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EVENING nOLt-ETIN, HONOLULU, Tlt., SATtmDAY, MAY-?, 1910.
The von ItamrapYoung Company
reports that the Packard, the peer of!
Americans motor cars, Is still lead
lng In sales of hldi-class cars. A
flno 7-passenger Packard has Just'
been delivered to E. It. Wodchouse,
who Is delighted with lils car.
A G-passengcr Packard with phao
ton body has been shipped this week
to Albert Wilcox o( LI hue, Kauai,
and a third Packard, n' beautiful
Mold 18 runabout) has just been
delivered to Cecil' Prpwn of Houo
lulu. . '
It lsno wonder, that the Packard
In as popular In Honolulu ns It Is' on
the mainland, as. by far the majority
of automobile manufacturers nnd en
thusiasts glyo the Packard, without
question, the name of being the most
perfectly mado American automobllo
The 'Packard Motor Car Company
has nnorganltatlon second to none,
and ltt Is an Impossibility for any
dcfectlvo material or workmanship
to go .through their shops without
being detected. The consequence. Is
that the Parknrd car will stand up
under the ino.it fcevcro strain where
mo3t other cais would break down,
and n I'acknrd which has seen con
stant use for thrco or four years In
variably runs u h smoothly ns many
n new car of lower pflce.
Tho von Hamm-Young Company
has shipped this wock Hiiothcr of
tho popular Overland cars to Maul.
This car has been bought by A. J.
Mel. cod of Klhcl. i
Another salo reported by C. J.
Schoenlng, representing; the von
Hamm-Young Company on Mntil, Is
an Autocar ruuabout to II. Kramer
the subject for a big pos(cr display,
some specimens of which have reach'
ed Honolulu. The tact that tho
Hudson made tho famous five hun
dred miles no-stop-cnglne run has
"This seemingly Impossible situation
Is Immensely Interesting and Immense
ly Impressive, because It shows n buy
ing capacity In this land or onj-s which
The Associated Garage sent a
beautiful six-ryllndcr 36-horscpowcr
Tierce-Arrow up to Hl'o In chargo
of Odcll, and lie Is to deliver It to
Itobert Hind, the well-known plan
tation man. The Plerco-Armw inn
chines nro considered to be tho Ideal
cars for Hawaii or anywhere else.
The performance of the Hudson
Twenty car In Hawaii has been made
1 I 1 '.!.
been advertised everywhere, and tho no other Industry has ever before
record has drawn n lot of attention sounded to such depths; and more ns
to tho low-urlccd car. ' pccially because it Indicates that cars
Tho Chalmers-Uetrolt car Is still like tho Cadillac, and olbcrs of cstnnd
going strong at the Associated On- "MM pxeenenco, can go on cxpauu-
rage, and a number of the machines Ing and expanding wlthjjut .exhausting
have been sold to arrive. These 'Mr audience and their mrk!t.
beautiful machines nro much ad- ' ' wonderful how, In tho midst
mired by everyone who owns one. . i iremcnoous iiumiiohh ojwm.iu,... ...
' ; I volvlng millions mid millions of dnl-
Tho Schumnn Oarage has received Ti&J't nntU
. iii - ...i ..., prlnc pica When wo seek to find tni
a couple of locomobiles and thaw ' f 0f ,h m
machines, whose engines run lko n ,wji ,3 q ,
watch, are rapidly becoming great ,ko 10 Cai(ni Practicnlly Immune
favorltos In Honolulu. Tho Han- f comnct,lon ,,,, a nrolmd t
dcrs car Is also attracting much nt- Bcor08 0, J)Ianlg fcvor,,y'
tentlon, and a big demand Is nntlcl- .,.. lhir nro.i,i n.. tho market!
paled for these low-priced. high-class Ig )t advertising, or a certain specie
Htnrtlilnnfl " I .. . . . . . . . . .- . i 1
oi manuinciurmg wuarury, or wio.
mlfilit of enormous capitalization?
"No It is just the same simple, old
fashioned reason fur all permanent
success that wo found In our copy
books, when wo screwed up our
mouths nnd struggled laboriously with
a stubborn pen nt school just plain,
decent honesty of purpose, that fash
Ions a product whoso goodness tho
pcoplo dlscovor and buy.
"" Tho fit shall turvlvo' Is a cruel doc
trine but 'tho good shall survlvo' Is
as tiuo ns gospel truth Itself. There
Is room for thousands of good cira In
The ever-popular 13, M. V. "30"
car Is always In demand, nnd thero
Is hardly a town or vlllago In the
Islands whercktho machine, may not
be seen. On Hawaii, In particular,
there are many of tho K. M. V. mnke
and the ownors nil Bwcar by tho
Timid souls who nro Inclined to
"view with alarm" tho extraordinary
uxuanslnn nf tho nutoniobllo Industry
will tako heart nt this statement itt
romllllnnn ns llievirtlisllv exist eman
ating from a veteran of motor carl America thousands more than have
C Always on hand Tor Sale or Exchange
I Associated Garage, Ltd.
, $ Auto Supply Department
manufacture- Mr. II. M. I.eland, of tho
Cadillac Company, Detroit:
"In spite of (ho fact that there Is
now Invested In Amcilcan nutoniobllo
manufacture probably rl 50,000.000
says Mr. I.eland, "and that thero
are now operating several hundred
plants Khlch hope to produce during
1910 125,000 to 150 000 cars, tho
amazing truth remains that leading
concerns of largo output like tho Ca
dillac arc In a measure free from com
petition. "I am qulto well nwaro" that tills
statement hardly seems roasonnble
nevertheless' It Is a plain and simple
statement of fact.
"I repeat In spite of tho apparently
enormous valuo of production: in
splto of tho surfaco Indications. of keen
est rivalry nnd eager zbst for sales;
tho Cadillac Company, with Its Im
mense output, Is ns free Infindlng its
Immcdlato market, and as undisturbed
by competition, ns though It wcro one
of only two or three plants striving to
meet tho demand of tho entlro coun
"I will-go further than that and con
cede the snmn complimentary and com
fortlng condition to several other lead
"And I will go oven beyond that nnd
say that If the Cadillac- capacity wcro
doubled, and tho total combined output
of nil the other plants Increased 25 or
even 50 per cent, the s.amecandltlo'ns
"It Is tho unlit tho unworthy nlono
who need fear tho future; and even
they wll continue to find their mar
ket, first, until tho maximum demand
of this nation Is reached; nnd, second,
until nil the peoplo by education, ex
perience and elimination hnva learn
ed lo discriminate, between the worthy
and the unworthy."
PIANO MAN LEAVING
Among tho passengers to sail on tho
Wllhclmlnn May 23th, aro Mr. nnd
Mrs. Ernest Olcsccke, who Icavo for
a two months' visit with relatives In
Denver, Colorado, their former homo.
Mr. Olesecko Is tho piano tuner for
Thayer Plaho Co. " 'Any of their pat
rons who think their plnito will need
attention bctoro ho returns would do
well to Bond their- order at onco to
Thayer Piano Co., 136 Hotel street.
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
For a sudden chill or cold (lusto'id
of whiskey) uso Painkiller'. For colic
diarrhea and summer complaint this
modlclno never falls., 25c, 3Cc nnd 50c
THE CAR THAT APTURED
The 'Overland ns seme of you know Is the greatest sensation in motordom. In two years the dc
rind has grown from almost nothing to 20.000 cars our orders for the present year. All without
advertising solely because there was never a car that compared with the Overland.
Every man should know of the Overland. For h'ere is ft story of quick
a - i-i ' success such ns never before has been written.
A T1 plntlPTn P A sltry ofa man Mr. John N. Willys who took a bankrupt concern
"-1 JJi-vXVxj,i.g) w)ictse!,iy 0,tct was a car created by a mechanical genius. And, because
Q4--krr 'f tliis wonderful car, built the sales in two years to a monthly sale ex-
OLOl.y cccd.n(; $2,000,000. , ,
How he operates four factories employs 4,000 men ships 30 car
lends of automobiles per day to supply the call for Ovcrlands,
You don't know the best about motor cars until you know the car which
in two years' time has captured a large share of the whole trade of
This tremendous production has cut the cost of Overlands 20 per cent.
Overland Model 38 tells for $1,000 now. It is considerably better than
the- 31,250 Overland last year. Pow!r,.25 horsepower speed, 50 miles an
A 40 horsepower Overland this year sells for Jl250. And for
?1.500 in the Overland one gets the equal of any $3,000 car.
No other maker attcmnts to give what the Overland gives for the
money. For no other maker turns out daily as we do 125 standard
And the price of each Overland intludcs lamps and magneto a car all
ready to run.
The key to the Overland' astounding success has been largely sim
plicity; For the early Overland when the output was small were not
Such bargains as now,
A ten-year-old child in five minutej can master an Overland car. It is
all done by pedal control. An amateir can run one the first time he
tries it from Chicago to the Pacific.
Never was a car so simple, so staunch, so easy to keep in order. And
never was a car within range of the price so large, so attractive, so
One Overland car has, again nnd again,. sold from 15 to 30 others.
The 4,000 Ovcrlands sold last year brought us orders for this year be
fore the year opened for 20,000 cars. . ' ' '
20 per cent
Peoplo are continually Retting into
tronlilo because thov fail to illtfoi-
would prevail as' far as tho Cadillac is'cntlato between liberty and license.
Made in Six Styles cf Body
THE WILLYS-OVERLAND CO.,' TOLEDO, OHIO
The von Hamm-Young Co.. Ltd., Agents
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