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VALUE OF AUTO EMUS
European Countries Quick to See
BENEFICIAL TO TOURISTS
jns'gnia of the Important Organ?
izations Are a Passport of
"?Where have th" BHHkena, ?he bulldogs
and SU* 'i'fddv 1>vais gone that us,-; to
de.-orate the radiator tope "n so many mo?
tor c?v t'1 ,n,> ?"-?'?"' asked a prominent
? the other ?'..?.
a . , ma ?o be !n the extraordl
ran* |?o**th !'. Y,,v t ndency so common in
vtirdpew countries t., display otj the front
- car the ?ml'! m "f ?hr motoring or
Ln1iati?'n with wblch the owner is Identl
It app<;*ri- 'f' ''-in- Bt explained, an in
fsaggrunJ that a man v.-.th auffli
?p own ?m automobil? ehould disfigure tin
front of his car v. tl i.. anlngless in
and h? coinraended tii?- npparent dl ?
into which had fall?n.
f the i ' lei English 011
istions i" Ihi Automobile Aosodatton of
London, recentl* 1 msolldated with the
-\joti-r Union of Gr? U Britain, meml
In wl Ich permit?- the :i*-. ??r a* well known
???ras-. In? -<?? ? ' : '"' ?bapi. and whlc ?
ronttiin the I? t?*r_ "A A " Tl . moel ? x
pensive of any i?-.? Ign automobil?
blem Is that of th? Royal Anton :
ef London, whi? h Is of ? beautiful ?
gjxl a decided ornement to any car. Thli
?mMeni li mounted upon the radiatoi 1 ip
WhDe that of the Automobile association 1?.
??lainr*'" r?''''"n'1 H ' e terepoui "t the radl
ator. The Touring Club of France ami
t?i* Tourr 1 hare also vary
rrnatnentiii badgea for their memo rs, hut
ysfg one approaches that <?f th< Roya] .uto?
ftaMU i '? which *?vus Ml? -ted aa th?
.lodtl for the beautiful emhlem of th?
leerlas Club ?*f America. This con data o?
1 ?m?!i braes wheel, upon which is mount
cA a monogtuts In enamel calore -
-,.,.? sad toe- the letfrs "T. r. A "
A *e)i known New "\'.?rk notarial who
??a?s ehe? tit the splendid manner la
which the traffic officers handle th. great
army '?' " ?torists at fifth avenue and
? itd street, In New York, one day la-t
-veek. hot! <1 the large number of cars
shlrh displayed the emhlem of the T. ?'
A. and took oc?-asion to count the 1
T. C A ten passing this point, v
? half hour sixty-two cart- bad _??.- ?
?nd the count ?as given ut'. Later ?->r. the
rame owner found that there were more
than a thousand of these emblems on ?*??
mr .ar*? In New York alone and seid he
?ran rot surprise?".
The value of ??ti emblem on the front
cf a motor c_t lies not no much In its deo
?rathe effect as In the ref-peet It elirlt?*
frotn police officials In practically all rom
"Mftie. -V touring organization ?ruffl
c?e?tly large to make Its emblem well
?rro-vn frequently Is equipped to handle In
*ra?tle fashion any complaint lodge?! with |
it reftarding treatment of its member.-? <_n*
Uw highways, and a Newark motorist
only within the last few weeks told of he- I
In** held up In a speed trap, while a car
that Immediately preceded him was per?
mitted to peas through without molesta?
tion He made Inquiries and found that
the preceding car bore a Touring Club
emblem, end it was explained to him that
while the law makes no distinction in the
matter, it la generally assumed that a
member of a representative totirin?-. body
Is ?umelently well acquainted with high
-**ay regulation, and his Judgment is fuifn
elentlr well supported to warrant a cer?
tain respect on the highway.
80 general has become the recognition of
the Touring Club emblem that the member
arriving at a hotel or garage Identified with
the club in an official capacity Is accorded
a de-Tee of courtesy in treatment that im?
mediately Mtabllahee the most cordial rela?
tions between himself and the proprietor,
for the fact that both are associated In the
same orgarlzatlon establishes a bond of
confidence that Is of mutual advantage.
Not only Is this true of officially appointed
hotels and garages in this country, but the
extensive fore'em connections made by the
Touring Club insure the member a splen
dld reception In nearly every country of
Europe, it is a most gratify In. Incident of
Be lor?igii t'.nr.
ALL PINEHURST AUT0?NG
Many Runs in Balmy Air Attract
Plnehurst, N. <"., March, a The *iuni*r*
0.8 triangle runs over the cai-itnl highway
of which Pin'hurs? Is the huh are popular*
iilng motoring. Th?. social Bide II aider! by
?ill-day tr;-..s with hamper lunch?- and runs
?to nearby points for luncheon, tea or sup*
?Per. the Lift the Lateta Cabin at Pin-* Bluff
Writ* a popular rendezvous.
Hardly any mor? tnterestlni* or grt
?rray of outdoor (?ports and pastimes coul 1
1 be arrange, for than those in 1'Inehur t.
?nd the trip to an?.' trorn the golf links, t, n
Hi courts, shooting trape, hasebaii tieid,
quail and wild turkey hunting grounds In
the warm and balmy air is a strong texnp
tetlon to use th?- automobile ?<!m-.*-t contin
Leonaid Tufts, whose father founded
PfcMhurst. Is thi of the nation il
movemen? for ?Yood road?- In the South, and
??I*- Th I? ?sen in slmost constant
?er-*!'*- t . Improrlng <->r msp-dn
out new highway*--.
^SIMPLEX DOES 104 MILES
?Test of Bert Dingley's Car on
1 Motor Parkway Shows Speed.
Th* n** g.mpl?x racing car which Bert
?ngley 1% to drive in the Santa Monica
'?N*J' nve hundred-mile In
?????.apoli.- Sweepstakes event und other
?Wed contests this season was shipped to
?*? P.--'-< ?-,,. , owner, K J. Parrot, on
to it* shipment the machin?
' ?- Ite initial trial on the Long Island
?otcr Psrkwa;,. being driven by Herman
jfrtesel. jr.. ?r tUf> Simplex Autotnobtl*
r'*>Pa*)). Mr. Bioesel, who has had much
IP'*iTl*iiv. in the handling of speed crea
"*"?*? <??over.il portions of the cemented
?"?^"??V at a rat?- oi' IW mile? an hour.
ti*?!"1 Joh*' '' Da**' "aIi'H nut,i;,?'-1 f"r
ff ?"npUx company, telegraphed to Dtng?
of the fast tinn- made with the tnrw
l?3fJ'"_*JI?e ra?lng man B'nt tr.ls mehsage:
ar? (n the ring. Watch li '
.j. , r*-*-*r i> u regular do-horsej'ower
?JlffJ^?* Mmmed duivn f.r rai In? hu?i v?iib
ffcl01'-" ?"l bi-.-k ten inch- I?? piston
*T,?*"?"''* N ?''?'",; 'i" bon is v-, li
" *** stroke i.s the same.
*^Y AUTOS FOR "BIG DITCH."
*-!? h'K *?"?* of K-M-F '?-'??? ?ara In the
k||^0' the United 8tat? m lorsrnmonl
eha el1" *'u,',h*?r ?-nlarged oy the pur
lor 0i U nn"'vf'r ?t theee automobil?-.?!
eiu"8* ^ th? (-a"a- '??Tie. There the earn
"rry rnail, j.olice and engineers along
|tu?-W ?y8t^m "f Tosdn recently built ?>n
* coS** o* ti'?- -big ditch."
truant _?Iy ''- itH ???eral rule, the aovern
P^iWltlv^' *'" ' '"'?.?etlllvv t.-Mhi |^|?K up
W*t tW > u ?"''* to '**?'**' on ix* knowlecl?-?
_F-*?5a wh ca"' '" UBC ,n ?'her depart
fts^rtomv a c*os* records ato ki?..i ou
W? coht of raalntenaru
8BPBAT ALCO TRUCK ORDER.
r?)tt J^ ,lllrd time In a month the Bar
fit, _^r':',*c''lri,ll?F -"ompany, the big roof
t TIJ^ ,ar Products concern, has placed
l\\\\\\\\W _''?''[. Tor Aleo truck?, the lateat
**"1fv i a -' "'. ,'*'' "r tlve. tons iu
? lwo r,t six and one-half tona
?'???*?. ?:"""' "fflcea A week ago two
??tvice ._?' ""?'?'*':<i t'>r the |-i,ila?i?lphia
?^K^'-J, f "I"??ly befor? n,f,i one was
'^ tot tlu i-hi.ago branch.
AUTOMOBILING ONE OF THE ATTRACTIONS AT PINEHURST, X. C.
Leading 1(M2 models in front o! the Carolina waiting- for guests. Left lo right?Thomas, Pierce, Packard and Peerless.
Advantages of Medium Sized
Car Are Manifold.
TIRE COST IMPORTANT ITEM
Greater Efficiency and Safety To
Be Found in Cars of Smaller
By R. K. HM.
\\ i it .re th<- advantag*. of th* medium
sized i-ar over the large one? An thin In
"ne of the most vit?il questions which af
'? t tha s.eat mass of automobile buyers
evi rywh.cre, 1 will, in the limited .pace
allotted to mo, briefly touch upon a few of
the mote striking points which favor the
do luxe moderate priced car.
In th* first place, the m?dium sized car
!s unques t'onably the mo.t economical.
There Is a saving of from 50 to SO per cent
in the purchase price, and when 1 make
this assertion I Include motor cars vaty
Ing In price from Jl.OCKi to %.~i.off\ which have
h seating capacity of five passengers each.
Tbll saving of 60 to .. per cent practically
applies to the replacement of . vies,
springs, transmissions and other pnrts.
and, with slight exceptions, th? ruin ob
talr.s In the consumption of gasolene and
lubricants. The. rule also applies to .'or?
age, due to th? larger cars taking up mora
room and requiring _v>rc labor to poUeb
and wash them.
W'liat Is trtt?- in til. savin* of the pur?
chase price, in replacements and In storage
is equally true In the vital matter of tires.
A compt?t? set of standard Hindi ttlCO,
including tubes, for the ?leo the Fifth can
he replaced, at the current prices, for ti?>i
to $12.. To replace a standard set of tires
on a large car would cost bot wean |M0 and
$375. This purchase prie- Il about ??> pet
cent greater than that of the Heo Then
it must ho considered that the life of a
set ?of tin? on the smaller car. mil?- for
mile travelled, is from ff> to flo per cent
greater than on the large car. The
heavier the car the wider the ratio of tire
upkeep becomes in favor of the ???mailer
car. .Ml tilings considered, it is safe to
.ay thrt the tire expense on a big car la
from thn-e to five times greater than on a
car of t???- popular type uf Reo Ibe Fifth,
it i-, therefore, plain to tbe practical doc?
tor, contracto*', huslne. s man and business
farm?-" which <-ar will give him the im ist
satisfactory service ?and save him the most
Clonely allied to economy Is motor relia?
bility. A good car must have get-there
atid-back ability. It must have strong
enough OXlee to take the average motorist
| and his family "n a trip from New York
1 t?i Sin franctsoo and back without any
f? ur of I breakdown under normal oitidl
tions. Ha wheel base and road clearance
must he suited for high water bars In the
mountain! and for oth-r highway obstrue,
tlons. Our large nickel steel axl.a are ?ape?
cialiy designed for hard usage of this sort
an I ; i.oald at least cover as many miles as
the highest priced car built In the world.
S.? ? n big, ep.Hy riding springs, our
transmission, powerful motor, strong sub
frani? and spedall] dc-s.igtit.d radiator, car
buretor and positive Ignition system are
designed to meet any emergency on rough
American raadi All of these strong lent?
! ures make for maximum reliability, ana
I when this || ? oupled with the greater MOO?
omy of tit" smaller car the conclusion IS
Then there Is the greater safety in the
smaller car, because it Is more easily coo?
trolled when traille Is more or less congest*
<-d. This |a notably true In rainy weather
<?n sUppery pavements, for in tbe .-mailer
? .i;- tin- danger of skidding is minimized,
tiiir flexible steering gears and powerful
brakes positively Insure maximum safety
on mountains and hills As life and limb
are the most precious possessions of a man
an?l his family, the greater safety of the
smaller car should commend It to the vast
mass of motor buyers everywhere.
\ motorist rarely <?_.<* to exceed twenty
? u twenty-*frv< miles u hour on ;? public
highway. The legal ?peed limits ar- (re?
QUently mien below this average, s.i with
,t speed capacity of forty to tlfty-rtve milts
an hour. possessed by some good medium
bized ?m s, m Is apparent that every argu?
ment favors th<- lightt-r and more eOOMm?
it a I cor.
In our cuis ers bava mon power in pro
iiiirtii-n tO W< ight. and Hier, fore greater ef?
ficiency. With our large wheeN, big
springs, long whoel baso luxurious ophol
story and perfect balance in construction,
;t maximum >f conttorl la insured. Th^
simplicity "i out oar mukes unaeeeeaary
.di expert CbOUttOUr to ojieiMi" it. it
will ^o through deep sands and mud
where hea-vler cars would Kink to tho
hub ami ..et stuck. It ?..ins more because
it save? mon' H tnMs you there and back
at I'-hh than Imlf the pOOt of the bigger car
m ?ported sofety ;il,<i eomlofi it la the
key to absolute motoring satisfaction for
||M man who knows the value of a dollar
and ft? th? man * ho seeks big value
and bigger result? WbiB buying an auto?
mobile Th-sre IS M necessity whatsoever
to pay tram thrse M Wrt times more for
th- purchase snd ?SOnu i> Of a big ?ar when
a goof reliable and r?.?.dable medium -?led
car will comfortably end safely cany just
as many passengers In the same length of
time at about a third of the cost.
?POLLUTING THE SEINE."
From Th?- P?III Ad-.miser.
The Pan.lice have .-on-df-ne-l to the Seine
ONer r,.in** of Improper . lnem?ti,_r_._
tin. 0WC* SOd been tetUPA The operation.gave
.. i.ti.ni a xealou? n_-iiir?r of
.??.H.mi ? von?..!... ? ihss?esoo
Sign** of a 'Revision I
in Automobile Trices
Cut Off by Big
"it is not m long ago th.it price was a
I secondarv consid?r?t!? n In the purchase of
a car," said ?'. T. Stiver yesterday "Ten
: >enr. ago 11,MO vas considered rsasonabl?
for a ooe-lunger ot non*guaranteed ability
i And, until recently, when i-.- ?ir-rii manu?
facturing methods wer?- Introduced, any old
t?rl' e could )??? demande?! for a car that
could show a fuir all-around performance.
And these prices were not excessive consid?
ering the demand for power and speed by
the limited number of purchasers
I "That time has passed. Kxccpt In a few
! < :ises it is no hitiger posslhle to charge
froru M lo 73 per cent mor?- for .-_ car than
i it costs 10 build. Neither is il tenaille tu
I state that It cost ?as much t" sell a cs I
? it d?jer to mak? it
"John ft. ".luya m.tker of the car that
, beats Ms iiatne, l.as proboMy d?.n<* more
! than any other man uffcctUfer to bring the
I nsl .?f a good machine to rock bottom, k?
it can be applied In the present age. With
an eye to the future, he h?is lopped off all
tl?o expense of ?seles, details hitherto part
and parcel of the busine?.. He has pui the
great Overland plant on the scale of <iuar.
tlty production hitherto unheard of In the
manufacture of ipialliy cars.
">.?)w it is absolutely Impossible to turn
out a good machine at a r> asotmbie price
except on the basis of ?inantltv production.
?Lot us estimate the fixed charges on the
production ?if a single model ai |_00,000,
and this wou'd only cover the drawings
patterns. Jigs, special machinery, etc., to
Say nothing of the plants and the hordes ol
"? in an output of one thousand machliv-s
tbt llxed ? ost Is represented by 1200, while
on twenty thousand the fixed charges are
reduced to li'O a car. The fl*.?d charges
can only he reduced l?i Ihe scale on which
John S Will - Is huill?n'.- overland? this
\- ?? '.?ni.'-flve thousand of then His
n....? 'ii manufacturing methods have mad?
It possible t?i sell n ;tii-horsep.iwcr car for
i $;.i?a n IS-hor se power car for $l,_0n and a
4.",-i-.ii.s pewer car for 11,500."
NEW MICHELIN TIRE TESTED
Qv.ick Detachable Rim CHncbcr !
Proves a Success.
Tin iltting is not always the May task
motorists couM wish, bul the Michelin Tire |
Company has minimised the difficult) with j
ihe introduction of its Mi; quick data? I IMS
clincher. An Important advantage of this -
tire Is that it is very ea?y to pul mi,any '
ipiick detachable rim. II eliminates the i
necessity fur laborious muni,:. It shOply
drops on the run without forcing and witl -
nut th?. use of '.in la
Another feature is the e!l::ilimt|i?n of Ihe
Insldi envelops Map -it- uHm protector
which has ususliy been onsl lered a ?'?
???tt-. evil. The absence of protect ra
simplifies the :'.tt!m< of Inner*tubes, reduc?
ing the dance? of pinching, ? well as the
Iahe formerly involved when or"!?-? (ors
Tin dicht i n quick th : . hah. .llnoi ei
la shaped full an i round. Tha troad is ?
broad and flat, f I a side wa 's aro prop? '
rly proportioned .?? a ure maximum dura- |
unit v without sacrificing resiliency.
it is believe?! by the Mlchetin company i
that car owners will appreciate a tire of !
advanced design that al on ? removes sev? |
eral m' the old vexations <-f motoring,
ANTIQUE AUTOS VALUELESS
Manufacturers Do Not Buy Back
Curious Early Types.
Tim* ;i:e spirit of the dealer in antiiq
Is manifested strongly among some of the
owners of the earl) Oldsmobili model Is
evidenced In i ?tatemen! i? w. J, Mead.!
vice-president and general manager of the
OMa Motor IVorlcs, al Lansing, to tbe effect
that during the las! month no fewer than!
Ihre? owi.: of th? old wire-wheel, curved)
?dash runabouts have endeavored to dlapoe?
..! I hem 10 I'ne factory on the ground that j
! iii. > should prove valuable in an advert?s? ?
"While w* were proud ? >f the anden! ve? !
[hiele now In our pn_scssi?iu. which Is the?
forerunner of th" Oldatnobtle line," Mid
? Mi. .\ie-ii, ?.-, n.i whlrlt antedates the curved I
dash t>|_- by ??une little time, we ar?- nut
exactl) an adjunct to the Smithsonian In
stlttdur. end are therefore not in a p<?si
tiun tn gather in all of the ?ild models, no
matter Whal OUT sentiments maj' be toward ,
th. a-. I presume we could bui some hun- ?
? ?1r?- Is Of those same -..ric-Umgi rs' If WO
j wanted them and that with very little ef- !
j fort, for it I? really astonishing the hum- |
. ? r if th?--? tbOt '.re still In service "
SUNDAY'S NEW-YORK TRIBUNE
Mailed anywhere in the United States
i for $2 50 a yoar.
BEACH MEET PLANS MADE
Galveston Expects to See Manv
?Mow Records Set.
MORE THAN $6,000 OFFERED
Captain Munn Here to Tell North?
err Rr.cinic .-.er of Cotton
Captain ?". W. Munn, of 0 Ivi ton, Tex.,
red in Nos foi h I I ,.i ?-?>. nt
dty at iklBS pr<-j?ara
: et ?on i ii'lvfuton
: ? otter) ?-.??'?nival.
Th- captain made the t ??;. t.. make known
t" Ko**thet-n-sn* the fact that tfil.-- ;n<? t.
which li I ' i ? and- r I .- oea ??f the
Qatveetoa Automobil? t'luh and Tasae
State Automobil? Ai o latton, i? t<? ?v the
moei elaboran i-- planned I'l-'wranim? of
iralghtaway racing eve ran, with the
lergeel purees etrei up fur -r*j<*h a. carnival
More than ata end hendi?me i?rir.***< are
offered for the thr?*? ?li?.?' racing."
p ..*. ?denned to make this the national
? 1 ?if th? y?*nr. -.itM-lm* i? in a
-..;i!' - :.-ti "v<Qi< ,??*? th?? annual
Kpeedwaj r:?.r.-, th?? Elgin national Moi-k
. hsmpionship, th" Vandetrbllt, etc.
Inasmuch as <>. m<>ni1-i>;iyt"na an<1 Tshlo
Beach, ti Florida, no I??nef h ?M out 1n
ducetrne-hta for leach racing, ?"-alv-ston,
St this enterprise in a l.?r?_e way. ex
??i .-t t?i beeOnW th?? fiicr-eM'.or of these
with ? m??-, 'lint v?-!l! outshine any of the
Two meets plready havo been held In
thi Tenas ettS" with ?urces., world's rer
? rds ???-in'"* broken at one of these. Cap
vt :r,n fraot before l?*avlng New York
*<>r I*"?mu?1a on Thur??day, t-at.i that he was
?ara mora records -win so ?t the coming
CHANGES IN CHALMERS STAFF.
The ?'liaimers Motor Company has an
nonncad the r?signation of C ?"*. Hllde
h**ancl ns assistant peneral manager and
snles manager. His ?uor-e*.??or us ar.Mat.ant
general manager Is H. W. ford, who has
been sscrataiT anrl advertising manager of
the company for the last two years. Th*
new ?.ales manattt is Percy Owen, who
for some time has he*?n Kastern rales man?
ager for the rhnlmers company. Both
Air. Kord und Mr. Owen a.re well known
m the autom'ihlle industry. Mr. Ford haa
l>?*en with th?. ?halmers company elmoel
since Its organization.
?K?^r^t^___r.^v:_^i.iV _*?:*?.:< ?Tif^r^^,**^
The Lowest Priced 35-Horsepower
5-Passenger Touring Car on the Market
;1 $ te
! i .* #
i<* K **i
- ?. i.
'?' *** ***
AT last wc can guarantee immediate
delivery on our Model nO?thc $120.)
w touring car that is the equal of any
$1500Car, o? any other make, on the market.
Ever since last July, we have been
working tooth and nail endeavoring to
supply the heavy demand. It was utterly
impossible to fill the great volume of
"rush" orders that kept pouring in, yet
for months we shipped on the average of
one hundred cars a da>. The steady in?
flux of orders wns perpetual.
The dealers and public alike, from one
end of the country to the other, tried every
conceivable means to force extra orders
through our ?rent Toledo factories. They
burned the telegraph and telephone wires
in a frantic effort to urge and press rush
Now the situation is changed.
The thousands of our anxious friends
who have had :i "60" on order for two
months or more and waited natientlv, ran
have their car at once.
And this is due to our greatly increased
We can now turn out 150 cars a day.
In January our mammoth new factories
were completed and after two solid months
of night and day work we are pleased
and relieved to announce the arrival of a
complete line of "Sixty's" in this city.
And no wonder the public is scram?
bling for this car. Nothing in the history
of this business has ever equaled it. Of
all the exceptional Overland values, that
you have been accustomed to, this one has
proven the most conspicuous.
Think of it !
A thirty-five horsepower five-passen?
ger touring car for $1200. This is the lowest
Priced thirty-five horsepower touring car in the
world. Part for part?point for point?it is
the equal of any $1500 car made. It has the
power?the speed?the comfort?the ap?
pearance?and the construction. Take the
powerful motor?the strong and rugged
rear system?the Vanadium steel gears?
the fine bearings?the pressed steel frame
?the drop forged axles?the big tires?the
superb body work ?the high grade uphol?
stery; in fact, take every item that goes
into the makeup of this automobile and you
will find the duplicate of this car cannot be
had below the fifteen hundred dollar mark.
Here is | ear wilh a powerful, silent,
smooth-running thirty-five horsepower mo?
tor. Here is a car that seats five large pas?
sengers comfortably. The upholstery is of
good leather, hand stutFed with fine hair.
The body is finished in our famous dark
Overland blue and the wheels in battleship
gray. The transmission is of the selective
type, three speeds and reverse?fitted with
the fine F. & S. annular bearings which are
used on the most expensive cars in the
world. The frame is of pressed steel and
has a single drop. The crank and gear
casings are of aluminum. The front ?axle
is a one piece, drop forged I section fitted
with the famous Timken bearings. The
tires are 34x4-^-quick detachable. The
handsome massive lamps are finished in
solid black with brilliant heavy brass trim?
mings. Self starter $20 extra.
The Overland center control is the one
proven and practical location for both
operating levers. The method enables
you to operate the levers with the left hand
and gives you free use of your right hand
for driving. It gives you the use of the
right hand fore doort as well as the left hand
fore door, which is impossible if a lever is
placed one side or the other. You can get
in or out on either side. It is easy to han?
dle?no stretching out or reaching. Any
one can manipulate the levers without ?
particle of effort.
Take the specifications of this $1200 caf
?compare them with any $1500 car you
know of and the only difference you will
be able to find is the difference in price.
Why pay an additional $300 for a
purely imaginary value ?
Our dealer (name and address below)
will give you a thorough demonstration
any time or place you say.
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio
1295 Bedford Avenue, Corner Atlantic
Tel. 6066 Bedford
C. T. SILVER, DISTRIBUTOR,
1599 Broadway, N. Y., at 49th St.
Tel. 5741 Bryant
Newark, N. J. Branch,
588 Broad Street
Tel. 6450 Market
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