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ILL BE RECORD CAR
Striking Maxwell Fleet for Garford Salesmen.
NEW JORDAN GAR
New Chalmers Sales Representatives.
OOTPOT THIS YEAR
HAS MANY FEATURES
nnpft 1.")00,000 Cnrs Losg
A Luxury Cnr at Moderate
Than Vonr Old on Bonds ,
Tnn 1 1017. i
1'rlro With Striking Bodirs
on Finn Chassis.
THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916.
tt)ir 'Anury I. 1917, murks Urn b-'
fstMt a nrvr i'tT' wof th.n l.fiOO.
11) raw er ff than yfar
h( travelllnr th roada of the I
fsltri Sia". f W,H hv hlppd ,
u e'.Ur 1 .nda, ay J. Edward Sohlppr
th attifomobHf. This prediction l
let biv.1 on ratlmatti but upon the fact
(kitdurWK '"' rst sis month or isii,
or Ida pTtod closing on iane 30 at
ji!ln!M, "54.50! rnr automobile
Ixt been completed In American fac-
la alt fa-'orles throunhout the coun
ts practically without a alnjle excep
ts, the rate er production la lln in-
trtiwd at the present time. During the,
ir frmi July 1. 1MB, to July 1. IMC.
ciny pplu."tton record were shattered
ry com 'rn which had Installed now t
Bithed' ''f manufacture and new ma
Mnerr l'tirne the year period men-
t'or.ed 1 Sf'.n' cars were completed,
ini this enirmoua production was made
Is irl'-e cf difficulties which were more
ivere 'hii tho.e encountered for many
wars. T1 9 l particularly tme regard
... th jhortase of raw materials and
it, dltfleul'y of fecurlne adequate quan
ta rt labor.
Ntnt -nine automobile factories pro
txti p.J5enirer cam during the flret
ii mo-'h of 191. Of this number
rMBty-wven are located In Detroit and
IttrMla'e vicinity. Twelve are in unto.
iif! In It.dl.ma. And the remainder
jittered about the country almost from
( ti 'oajt. Of the 751.90: cars ma.lc I
hrcr.c the nrai fix monins or i;ut. i
r cert were made In the three States
c! It! ' 'an. Ohio and Indiana. Of this, I
cf course. Michigan claim the lion
ihire with the great plants centring
ibojt Detroit, Seventy-nine per cent,
cf all the cars made In th country from '
January to July were made In the Wol-,
tinr.e Mate, or jvs.io in actual narurca.
Ohio ran'.cs second as a car producing
!-ate. havlna! made is per cent, or the
i:ul. or 111.946. Indiana made ! per
nt d'jrlnc the first six montha. giving
I tctal number of 15.110. The remain
tt 4 per cent of the factories were well
mattered with a fair share In Illinois,
C York and Wisconsin, where the nat
:nl rallmad facilities lend themselves
U the quUk delHer of materials and I
: render poaslble cood shipping f.i-'
fTi:ls for the finished product. Hoth i
rf thec factors are extremely necesary .
i the big producing concerns, partlcu-1
i:y as regards shipping the cars, ,
::su;e each car takes up sucn a large i
iri-cntage of space In a freight car.
a necessitating a great number of '
Wcht cars to take care of even the
ill' proiluct of some of the large con-,
rn which have schedules up as hlgn
i 1.0'iti h day and more.
F''-d leads the list of big producing i
-r.rtrns with a record of 29S.000 cars,
;ne r.rsi six monins ni iin, L'urinK
f c:e year rerlod of July, 1015. to
,V.y 191C. more than 477,000 Kord cars
- thf parts to assemble them left the
i' P, department of the Highland
Park !. "or' Second In order of pro-
r. as far as quantity Is concerned,
'he '.i:.vs-Overland plant at Toledo.
Thu ''f 'e-n proJuced ?4. 477 cars during
" nrt lx months of 1916, Hnd more
in ISO.iriO during the year cndeJ
Jaly 1. 191o, Thlnl In production ordr
!i Mjwell, with more than 40.000 for
r. months period and approxl
i!y double that number for the
:fhe months er.ded July 1. IMC.
Othr big producers are I'hevrolet.
?u'i-'k. Dod?e and Studebaker. with more
k,r 4i.mo for the first mentioned nnl'
!tefn "o.noo and 40,0un for the others
On six months period. There are n i
PMt rnanj oonrerns ranking between .
IMOi and :0.Omi for the sU months, '
lal -n inc them may be mentioned
Chalmf . Hudson and Saxon. With
prictlrilly all these cotnpinles prodii'--tn.i
a "lvi'ies have been mich that dur-,
it the first six months of 191 many
-ore ta-s were made than during the
!t hilf of 1915, so that the total pro
Juflon figure for the year ended July 1.
:H5, k than double that of the six
swIii 'h"n end"d. I
Thla car of pleaalnai llnea Bella
the r. U. Steorna Company of Tftw
. .--tTttii'" zl L
Interest in Touring Week.
Gf..( ,. ....,. In Ik.
1'n Mng Week which s'.nrte on
'-ro reported hv KUve.Kar dealers.
e' isien promlsea to not only
h i-n numiier of hort vacation
. 1 a-reity 10 Increaae tram-
11 r. it irt,f
w '. Po 1 i:.i'tern mles minacer for
M a i -,r i'tnpnn, makes mi In-.igt"e-.trjii
jr t .1 August f. In 1' He mil!
1 hark of National Tourlna
" -o nilii'l, an admirable one.
k t eee it uii unnual weak of
r the use of every htitlneia
.11 h owns a isr, It might
ihe rr.nxolldatlnn of several
lata uf minor Importance
' altered linlltcrlmlnate!y
) ami are ty themselvea of
' 'uurlng requires a definite
' l,r rf... rn I Inn r,n Hi niiel of the
-rtfr. hi. .,r inu,t tje n aooti conii.
' '" ' e ike nf his comfort and Its
!r-l.ti 'uf. urrs iititklDate added dlf-
t ll wl (
III a ,
' ho ile. Ire n guaranteed da-
' "lid nut fail to place their
'hat National Touring Weak
'I'niriieiy In touring aa tha
I 11 lather than the national
I .iti irrs. pre.ient and gen
t ' 'f tlm Muxuill iloior Cmn
I 1 1' troll, has I11d1.r1.fj the
' a iiallnnal mitniii'iMle tour
I' V mail r, m Auut Vi, Manu
r mt moidleii and atcessnrlea
" i tr, niaki- till nvont such a
' 1 nil t. a pledf urulile nn
' and Mr, Flanders looka on
aithy kIku of the public's grow,
et in motor tnurlnr. Tha nulo-
) Jltura all over tho country ar
LilaMawa in- ai- m , "mi I Mtal ifl t r--ra- ii arotfry v a- , MHkaawvwhtv.
mmmm'mmmmwmmKmmwmimfmmmmmfmi.u mn mi ..iw... A-itt "NJwUVlMWii'r
llatrrr J- I Bear, manaajrr of the local branch of the Maxwell Mufora Salre Cnrporatlon, has Inst rrct-ltrd nn order fru.u the It. K.
Taylor Corporation., who are aajrnta In Xexr York anil lloaton fur finrford trnrka. for trrenty MaxTrell Inuring rare fur thrlr n Ira
men. The It. n. Talr Corporation, with offices at -IliT AVeat Knrty-aerond atrrrt. are the Kaalern illstrllmlor of flarford track.
Over fifteen hnudred of thear fatnona trnrka are In constant nse n jr. Tnylnr'a territory and sale, are Inrreaatna; dnlly. He lias
fifty aaleamen at work all the time, and In order that these man mny not Inae valuable time In settlnic from one Ttnltlnir "pro
peet' to another In hla bin territory be determined to' provide at his expense a speedy and reliable ear for thrlr nae. All theae
twenty Maxwells are painted a pare tint white with the Taylor Insignia, a hla- red "T." eonsploiinosly ahown.
NOW ON SUPER SIXES
Harry Honpt Gets Good News
From Factory Will Continue
Line and Build More.
"It will be good news to the army of
satisfied Hudson owners," says President
JIarry S. Houpt of the Hudon Motor
Car Company of New York, "that tbe
Detroit factory announces the continu
ance of the Super Six Hudson model
'The original prc-gmmme for 1916 was .
to manufacture 30,000 Super Sixes. The I
demand for the car was so great that It i
was found necessary to Increase the ,
number to 45,000 cars.
"The Super Six has proved to be an '
Immensely popular car. In the various
tests of speed and endurance to which it
has been subjected, loth in the hands of
owners and under the auspices of the
American Automobile Association, the
car has made n wonderful record For '
this reawm the Increase In production
will be particularly good news to motor
car owners In the metropolitan district,
a' we are now able to make deliveries of
cars to many who had given up hope of
fftflnv n Knnfr Stv this vear.
"Word also conies from the Detroit )
factory that unless there should be labor
conditions or n variation In the cost of
materials that cannot be foreseen the
policy of the Hudson company will be to
maintain the present prices."
FINE U. S. TIRE SERVICE.
Track Tlrea Do Well on nig
C .1. Welch, matiaeer of the truck tire j
department of the l'nlte-1 States Tire
Company, reports that the users of ,
t'nlted States solid truck tires are oh- j
tabling most unusual mlhage. j
"As an example of what I mean."
says Mr Welch. "Ceorge W. Hvtchelik-r, I
Water Commissioner of the city of Wor
cester. Mass., recently stattd that a
truck operated by his department, a
three ton Pope-Hnrtford, has run 6,oo
miles on I'nltcd Stale demountable
truck tires with the front tires showing
only an eighth of an Inch of wear, and
the dual rear tires looking good for an
other fi,iUD miles at least."
the 1917 Stearns Knight
for 1,430 f. o. k. CleTeland and
York, at aroadfrnr and Kllty-ae
giving the movement their support and
the result la widespread puhllclty of kien
tnierest to motorists.
There Is no doubt that the tnotorlut
hi urea hla ear for louring gels the
maximum nut of It from the standpoint
of hea th and eniovinent Mo'enver. It
hrltiKs a more Intimate knowledge of Ihe
country travelled Tim aiuomolilllst Mill
find beauty pot he didn't tnow existed
within n brief rld of his home.
A. O fSelberllng. general innnager of
the lla nee Automobile Company. Kokomo,
Ind.. Inioreea tho u lie sprend movenient
nn foot to make the week of August to
t: n ii-itlonal tmirli.u week n sort nf
touring featlt.il, one might say the pur
pose leng to Induce motorists all over the
country to take thlv uciaslon to dlscnter
one of ihu moat pleaaur.ibla ue to which
an uutoinohllo can be put. He eaye:
"Automobile touring has neter gained
the popularity In this country that It de
serves. The principal reason doubtless la
that up to within very recent years the
roada In the rural districts hate not been
auth aa to Induce motorists to venture far
beyond ilty boundaries.
"To.itny, however, one may find good
roans 'iimoat rtrrynliete. Tlisre has bn
rnmmenilabli. iirtlvlty on Ihe part of high
way conimlsslnna In nearly etcry State In
the Union, with the result that the lour
lata may be reasonably aufu In venturing
forth In any d, section
'-illviu n good car. good roads and enn
genlul tonipany, Ihere Is nothing In tho
way of pleasure thai siirpaens nutniunblle
touring It affords npporliinllle s fur Wait
ing luteirntlng places lhat ollierttlae are
not likely to bo reaihed and It riiri'nla
eacellent pnaslbllltlcs for seeing the iouii
try at Its best
"There iiru In every Hlute many places
of historical or roniuntlc ttilereit; inany
bcauty spots, and many dlstrltta lhat
poaacKN scenic magnificence, I Is po'albln
for Iho uutoinoblle tourist, no mailer where
he may live, to aelect a route that will
leail i 1 in In a fnw hours in home plaro
that Nature has made aplendld or that
man baa made nmnorable.
FIGURES TELL AMAZING STORY.
Somo of tho statistical fljrures of the automobile industtr are
entrancing. They form n romance of bip business and prodigious
capital that has never hern equalled in the history of the world. When
it is noted that one concern alone turns out in a half yenr over
$110,000,000 worth of cars it seems almost beyond comprehension
that there should be any room for other manufacturers, and yet there
arc ninety-eight others not turning out ns muny, but practically nil
prosperous and all with definite manufacturing schedules. During the
year 1915, from January 1 to December 30, 802,(518 cars were pro
duced. This seems like a tremendous number, and yet during: the llrst
half of 19 lfi 85 per cent, of that total has already been made. In
1914 500,000 cars were manufactured; during the first half of 1916
that many nnd more than half agrain as much have been shipped.
Predictions of 1.500,000 cars for 1916 do not seem far amiss,
even though this is an increase of more than 55 per cent, over 1915,
or in actual numbers 500.000 more cars made this year than last.
The total retail value of the passenger ears built in the United
States in 1915 was ?565,8S6,450. Thus far in 1916, or for the period
of the first half year, the retail value of the passenger cars is in excess
of $4S1, 100,000.
During the six months ended July 1, 1910, tho number of pas
senger cnrs exported to foreign countries has been in excess of 33,000
and valued at more than $24,000,000. Detailed figures are not as yet
nvailable for the month of June, but from January until the end of
May the average monthly exportation was 5,645 cars and the average
value of the cars shipped abroad was $4,059,878 per month. The
exact totals of the passenger cars shipped from the country during the
five months ended June 1, 1916, was 28,227 cars, valued at
During the first hnlf of 1916 the number of passenger cars made
per month in the United States averaged 125,817. With the average
monthly exportation of 5.G45 just about 4J4 per cent, of our total
passenger car production is shipped abroad.
OVERLAND CO. SALES
MAKE NEW RECORD
Birr Toloilo Concern Shins
Nearly 100.000 Cnrs in J
Jiit Six Months. I
The W.!l.s.Ove"l:ind Compnt-y of To.
ledo, Ohio, which has oi g h, Id the title
' f the wot-'d's greatest producer of
mod. um and high pric-M automoblbe.
ha ngain Mu.i.-h' 1 "s world's record for
product on of car' o.' th.r tpe. Kor
ttie mx months -r oil ei ' ng June 3,
IH.I.'.J Civ Hand ml Wllljs
Kti'chts worn shlpp.il
The atin tinceiv.en' i j i- .it-i that
mil) be seen ut the ihun ruonia of
87,1141 had been built between January
1 and Juno 30, lliir,, occasioned no
Uttlo comment In nntoniobllo clrolcs.
Many tliniight tluit the Toledo factory
had reached the I. ml: of its production,
but tho rapacity h.is increased steadily
during the pun ear until a few weeks
ago iho WiUjn-Overl ind plant n shlp
plns l.oiin autnmoliile.1 e idi day. It
can therefore bo easily undTetoo-J why
limt yearn splendid performance has
nearly been trebled.
Tlio li'igest slilpments for a single
day tv en made on Match IT, when 1,111
cars Ivit the fnctory.
"Why rljnuid wo bo ntonlshcil at such
production tlguron?" sild .lolin N. Wil
lys, picHidcnt of the comjiiny, when sev
eral of h's liiis'ness assoi-l.-vtes consrat
ulatid him on the production reennl at
tho factory Iho other dav. 11 In ulin
dy tho natural course of events, We
urn bui'dlng inure cms nnd holllng them
because, we me giving the public what
it wants, dl.niee nt our records for tho
Model 7.1-H. Since Ihe announcement
of the Model 7,"i-H nt fi!S,i tvo havo been
donded with onlers for that car, with
Iho orders InoioioiltiK every day and
bidding fair to outd!l.iwo Ihe demand
for any iiutomobllo on the market to
day." "Why shouldn't It prove popular? Wo
nave In the 7o-l u light, rrotloilllrlll,
coinpleic motor en-. Into which wo have
placed muni v.iliii- for the money than
ever ofTiiid In fniv. A fully i quipped
cnr like lllai uno at less tlinii $7'U will
sell llHt-lf If given half u ih.uici
P'-riciicn Iiiih taught in lung un Unit
Ihe Ainei-li',111 jinlilli', n. most Direful
and sluiMvil buyer, cares Utile for what
Iho Milesm.ui as: It wants to be
shown tho roiaIh. When lhat siniill.
llht car wan sent out of the factory
we nctvl-eol our dealeiw Id' forget long
winded speeches on the merlta of the
car, but to give their prospects a thor
ough demonstration of Its capabilities.
That this methcl ha.s proved successful
is fhmvn by the reorders being received
dally from our dealers."
PR0DIUM RUBBER IS NEW.
llepntillc rnmimiiy Una -Vetr
Prodlum pro ess rubber is an entireh
r.cw rubber connvund, dlcoven-d and
exclusivclj cntrollid by the Koptibllc
Ituliber Co!ii,'.in. This rubber . co
tough that even fresh cruthed rock
doesn't 1 ut and gash It. Por proof of
Its wonderful httetigth tho Uopubllc
ltubber Compan lll send j on a sam
ple strip almost as thin as a match
Mick, challeng-.ug .my one to try to
bleak tt So far it has found but
vi ry fiw peopk ith sulllrtent strength
to re-a the-- narrow stripe.
Specol compounding enables Prodlum
pro-ess rubber to ! vvo-n down as
ev-nl and smoothly as a jii.s-e of tine
see I uo to its wearing down m such
an even manner. Its wrataerp.o if feu
.tiles jirotf t the fabric of a tlte fr iti
noisture. thus eliminating di-M.vllig of
fabric whl h i.siilt in blowout.
When did you
last put water
in your Battery?
Not just any water but
Pure, distilled water,
means food and drink to
It can work without it for
a while, but such abuse will
shorten its life.
Ha-'c it inspected this
Someone h j to keep an
eye on your battery, test it
with a hydrometer and
keep it supplied with water.
We'll gladly give you this
service free, as often as you
wish, regardless of the
make of battery you own.
If repairs are needed
we'll tell you so. And we
can do the work if you wish.
The chief thing your bat
tery needs is Prest0-Lite
The Prest-O-Lite Co., Inc.
NEW YORK BRANCH
206 AMSTERDAM AVE.
at M W MiWtfM
BUMP ABSORBER A BOON.
Edward V. Hartford, lac, Is out with
something that should make a strong
nppe.il to motorists a bump absorber.
livery moment one drives or leaves
his fur standing at the url the car l
only a safe from damnce ns the whim
of tho mint Irresponsible driver, or tin
Impulse of the most erratic driver, or the
judgment of the most Inexperienced
driver or the carelessness of the most
nervous driver permits It to be nnd not
one whit safer.
Th." new bump absorber not only takes
the physi' :l contact of collision and
holds It off the fittings of the car with
the ftrctmth of steel, ns a btinuier is
stipp isr to do, but In lt wonderful
double 'if, double spring construction
It smother and swallows the shock and
the bump '.
Let another cnr turn too sharp nrro
your r-''h and t e absorber swallow the
Impact with hardly a iuler. Let 1 1 1 -driver
ahead ba' k Into jou nnd the Im
pact scarcely disturbs eiihet car Let
our cnr slide Into the car ahnd nt n
sudden crossing .Ignnl nnd the Impart Is
h m , tvmilf ttl In tho aborhcr
i:ei! a full tilt, head on collision at
fifteen ml!e nn hour Is so abs'.Hvd that
Its only ef - ct Is a soft rend' of to
eight ui.'i .
A new automohlle, full of dignity and
splendid qualities, has been added to j
that ever growing tlst of different makes
of American cars. It Is the product of
the Jordan iMotor Car Company of
Cleveland, Ohio, and for real class, style,
power and speed It Immediately assumes
a K).ltlon high In the ranks of the beat !
types of motor pleasure vehicles.
Those who know 1-Mnnrd S. Jordan
best realized he meant seriously Just '
what ho said n few weeks ago when he
announced th:it he would soon put on the
market n medium priced car which would
answer the requirements of fastidious
buyers, who heretofore have been natls
tied only with the most costly makes of
nutomomblles. 1'or that reason extraor
dinary Interest was manifested In the
plain of the Jordan Motor Car Company
nnd much speculation wns aroused as
to what unusual l po of car would be
forthcoming Now that It Is here, Jor
d in Is receiving congratulations on every
side and the car I" the m .t talked about
new product In the automobile tr.ule.
"The realization of a grenl Ideal." Is
the way In which the new Jordan Lux
ury Car, as the seven passenger vehicle
Is known. Is referred to. The Ideal of Its
builders was to construct a car to sell nt
Ifss th.m :,000 which would have nil
the tuxurv, beauty and tine points of the
high priced automobile nnd still make It j
substantial throughout not to conilne
Its beauty and good finalities to surface ,
alone, but to make It thoroughbred from j
top to bottom. The most noted experts
nnd engineers In automobile building i
.. .... . ..W.i... ..... I
nrir t.iu.'ii iniu 1 ui IP 11 I , Hn .11111 lilt
result of tlielr combined efforts reveals
the Jordan car.
All of the special features of the new
car so appealing to the feminine sex ar
equally suitable for the men. There Is
lots .if room for the driver and all of
the operating parts are right before
The motor ! of Continental milld. six
cylinder. Jiv by Si, cast en bloc. It Is
equipped with Ilosch I), I" fl Ignition
A i spark plugs and injur two unit,
six volt starting and lighting system.
It has the Stri niberg carbureter, of the ,
horizontal plain til' type, i ither equip- I
meiit parts include: Vanadium steel,
springs, Tlmken axles nnd Tlmken bear
ings throughout . Kedders diamond radla- ;
trr with Itojvc motonieter . Ccmmer i
steering gear, giving short "urnlng ra- 1
d:us ltrown Llpe multiple disk dry'
P'a'e clutch and three speed transmit-1
si.,n wi'h chronic nickel heat treated
ge.irs and sh.ifts. Cane shift with extra,
!"tu- levers and adjustable pedals. WIN I
lml st.ir.ige battery, motor driven tire'
pump. l":retotie llres 31x4 'j Inches,'
non-skid on rear, eighteen gallon rect
ingul.ir gasolene t ink wlt'i irnuge and
Stew irt-Warner vacuum feed system.'
:ilis overlapping r.iln v'on windshield.
('.restntie demountable mis and a tire
1 The Jordan line comprises a seven 1
T JThat built this Army of Tire
li Specialists? It is the
achievement of sixteen 5
years of selection and sifting. Men
are enrolled only on their snowinp-
of exceptional qualifications and f
Success is the great magnet. Men
of unusual abilities arc drawn to
the standard that calls for die best
that is in them.
There is no success like the success
of Quality. In the case of the
Firestone it has rallied the pick of
the 100,000 men the backbone
of the tire building industry.
Only such an organization could create
the Firestone Inbuilt Extras Most Miles
per Dollar Quality, Service and Riding
Luxury. And these men know how to
practice and combine the Firestone's
Extraordinary values at the price of the
ordinar'. Yours is the gain.
Firestone Tire and Rubber Company
"Amttica's Largest Exclusice Tire and Rim Makers"
1871-75 Broadway, N. Y.
Bedford Ave. & Sterling Place, Brooklyn
84 Bank Street, Newark, N. J.
Home Office and Factory)
Akron, Ohio Branches and Dealer Everywhere
Makers of the FirstTruckTires
Lrailcra Then and I.cadcr
HiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiW' pHl -sasHllllllllllllllllMai HlllllllllllM 1
J. P. WI.MKIHON.
The Chalmers Motor Company an
nounces the addition of C. H. King nnd
J. P. Wlnterson to the sales staff of that
.Mr. King Is one of the real veterans
of the automobile Industry. He has
been connected with the sale of motor
cars ever since 1305, during which
period lie has sold practically every high
grade car on the market.
Starting out with the Motor Car Sales
Company of this city In 190.'., lie sold the
first Thomas-Detroit models manufac
tured. Later, when this car became the
Chalmers-Oetrolt nnd then the Chalmers
car. Mr "King continued to cell this
make. He went West In 1D0T to take
charge of this II. L. Kent Auto Com
pmy. agents for the Chalmers car nt
Port'nnd, (ire., and remained with them
passenger touring car at S l.r0 wire
wheels extra: a four passenger Sport
type, fl.750, wire wheels regular, and
tlie smart Jordan Hoadster, il.AM
wire wheels extra.
It was announced at the factory that
deliveries would start nbout August I.
I.oeoniotille rntiipan) 'a nil: Sales.
Rertlnc lr prosperity of th ceun
tr. the gros. ,lu rf ilir domestic hul
cm of the l.n, iitunMIr Cempsnv of
Ainrl.-.i !lrMK-prt. lnn.. tusker of fine
pirn. tire ,r .iti-1 moer tru k, fur the
quarter rnitiiiE Jun JO. 1VH. -xc,td
thit "f tie mine qiinrfr last ear by
about .-i uillllnn dollars
Now In Quality and Volume Sj
saWaal a a an, ibiubii aaisss aassiBBHBasB s i ' ' a
I . II. hl.Mi,
until April. 1M4. Mr. King has thus
been selllr.g chnlmera cars practically
since the beginning. Ills new work will
be contlned almost entirely to the Il.ict
J. P Wlnterson tlrst entered the auto
mobile business as retail salesman for
the Lor.ier Motor Company at their New
York branch. He afterward travelled
for tl.is concern In the Western and
Southwestern teirltory nnd Mexico.
t'pon the formation of the Chandler
Motor Car Company he follow-ill his
chief. C. A. Kmlse, In the rales depart
ment, being tho first trnvelter employed
by thb company lie covered pr.irtle.ill.v
all of the 1'i.ltcd States for the Chnniltei
at various times with the exception u(
the P..C1IIC co.is; He Joined the Chal
mers Company on July I.
Hitlneliart (ii.es to factory.
tt C. Swlnrbart. for th put thr j-ra
ravnigpr of th Philadelphia branch nf th
Htptiblle Itul.her Ci'iupjny at SIM North
llrrud street, has tn recalled to the main
factor) of the company at Yntms-stow n,
Ohio, where he i: taU chirg" of the
solid tire sales Mr iwlnehnrt his hen
Identified nlth the tlte tmsliiess for ilntost
tlpeen mi and N resnenslMe for many in
ventions and Improvements a'eni: tire lines,
Tiefnre i omit! ii liilU'lelphu vr tulne.
hart va e:. ,-sslie y minnrrr rf the Ciee
' itnl ur.in h of -lie lleptiliiir Htitiher Com
inny and niinicer of the tru- k tire depart
tnetit at the fi tory