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HALLE TELLS OF
EUROPEAN TRIP
Automobile Enthusiast Is Again
Touring Abroad in His Pow-
H erf ul Studebaker Car
weekly letters of Walter' Hale,
Vvlio Is touring Europe in his big Stude-
baker, are replete with most interest
:r.g itorSes. descriptions and experi
:<?n.c«s. and put into book form would
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 make exceptionally fine reading. Re
view in 5 them from the uncrating of
vhe car at Hare, he writes that the
:not<^r jpt probably starts from this port
-•if cr.try of American automobiles: and
tpii6ws the national route, which takes
; JiTTit bY way: *>f Pointese to- Rouen.. : . .
1-JiaJe. however, caring more for coun -
ify.;;!ahes r.hd byways, took the river
-.'r&a^^tferoygh.'Ca'udebec'-'and' Duclalr,
, he says, are as fine as the main.
:j.ht?:h^-ays;£iia sometimes better, which
; .speaiwF .a good deal for the general con
-wjitio-*k of the roads jn Normandy. And.
• h/?^ar'ds r this is the only route to take
t?);-hfcC£iiii<>. intimately acquainted with
:xh-e. towns arsd: villages and their. Jn
. t'er^stinpr SRhabitants.
v :VX:./?he ; ;ii<sute : :N'ationale was left at the
;\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ;.-.'vilija.ge "-pi; t>%, : ' : Remain; and the Stude
. baiter;- was pointed toward Lillebonne.
./\u25a0i-V^HaTc rtells of an amusing :wayKide
:/>xr*f:'>nfe. wi(!i a retired British offi
; \u25a0\u25a0;C(?y. : . : -\[ \u25a0'. •.".-\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0: ' '/ '-.' :.- "''.'.\u25a0; '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0. : .'y. ?! "\u25a0. :•.'•*.;••
— Jip •»&*\u25a0 / standf rig : jn the middle. . of
; ;th<; road." writes the actor, "eaitnfe
. ry«?f jHy at alittJe two cylinder Ameri
can -runabout of the vintage of 1900.
.V./ : .'^'e--;pull*d up and asked if we could
\u25a0\u25a0 ;. h*>i p him . He Sad bou gh t ' the A xn erica n
car . in Knglanj with the intention of i
touring France-He explained that he I
Jtjifw nothing flf.motor cars, but the
d^elPTv in London told him that tiie
en gJne :.: was so simple that &3 1 he had
to do was to ."crank her up' and Iti
w-ou'.d /go. But the beastly thing would j
-'not- go;. He had to got the entire garage
fr.rcf nut in Havre to push him along
the street until the motor ar.d "gears
afrr^d to work in harmony. And now,
h^. was etuck in the country with no j
one to jrlve him a push. • i
v'i; : "^> lacked at the car. Beside the
3;:? Studebaker, glistening in its .white
\u25a0er.am-el and polished bonnet, and with
;tii4?; power' of ,4o horses under its hood,
t^s runabout looked like a dingy tug
vriAor the shidew of one of the private
: act*.* in : the basin at Havre. :
:" Jijmp In,' we said, and together we
„* ~ : '-s'}jr.v'e<i the littJe , runabout along the
ttkjl.A .He promptly got under : way,
?wprv;ng from side to side. as though
•o prove the driver's inexperience, W r e
j-ayp^d • him and went to Caudebec for
"W^ were silting in: the . balcony at
tlje H9td de la Marine when half an
) our later te came down the. village .
rtreet. chickens dodging from under his
wad guards an<i a couple of dogs yap
; ir.j* in the rekr. He beamed when he
>c.w js. 'Xow.'. he said, T can stop: ajnd; :
.have something to. eat, for I know you
x-.iH -frhove me again.' \u25a0'\u25a0? We waited, until
hv had finished to shove ;:th«- : car alftrig;
t"'* road a grain . and ; hfin. put
\u25a0Rem^c.-B-i- Duclair^- ;: :: : \u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0 v; 'H= :; --" ;\u25a0\u25a0 : \u25a0'\u25a0'.'\u25a0':.} :-\: -\
: \u25a0 \u25a0 "Jt?»*»r passing the gates of Rouen .we
ytmjß-d in a square with a statue in
I f^e Renter of it, to ask the way to the
ho;*!. It took some minutes to get the
information. In the meantime our Brit
ish officer was wheeling round and
. round the statue. -/Round and round he
went; a crowd gathering at a safe dis
' .liirrce ; to watch . the:, performance. ;"« :\u25a0; . ;
:' .^-'fcat's the matter?' we inquired as
h* paF.«pd; "•why. don't you stop T\ "Can't,*
tie shouted: 'I'm afraid if I do she'lLr
r.'ver go again. When you're ready I*ll
-.-\u25a0 tag along behind* '/\u25a0: : .':-':/^'-:^.':--'.' : ": \u25a0
V'%\ f e w minutes late r we passed un
<!*r: the ancient 'Tower of the Old
vijiork' an <3 tamed into the courtyard
the Hotel duNord.?: ;..;:: . :\u25a0;\u25a0\u25a0;!
For remarkable mileage records. Ted
Spilfer \u25a0"\u25a0 4nd Arthur Gardiner, the well
•\u25a0\u25a0'"\u25a0 \u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ' : -' : - - known Ra mbler
drivers, who re
cently took part in
the DOO inlle endur
ance contest of the
\Viscoffsln state automobile association,
vrdbabjy take the honors. Their record
now stands In figures large enough to
cover more than half the distance to
t^c moon or IS times through the earth
arid six times around the world.":
Collier drove the big Rambler Sixty-,
lour in the recent run, while Gardiner
*vas at the wheel of the Rambler road-
Et-eiv. -According to a letter received by
1* it Bi'l. manager of the Pacific coast
fctaneh of the Thomas B. Jeffrey com
tiany,- Hbotli CoiJrer and Gardiner drove
iianiblers in the first long distance en
durance contest ever held In this'coun
*rv, 7 that from New York to Pittsburg,
htid: 10 years ago. Collier has been at
tfce. wheel practically every day for the
last .--Id years, driving an average of 50
miles.-- pier •\u25a0 day. For years he has had
charge of the testing of Ramblers,
eA'fy. one of : which, aside from the
eft <?ihfr tests on the stands in the lab
ratory: lasting for days, is given 200
r^Ltes of road work before it leaves' the
factory at Kenosha."* Gardiner's lone
dlEtanee/ record aggregates more than
2p:i>;o.oo miles. \u25a0 He has dri\'en Ramblers
every day of every year since the first
one made, having competed successfully
in. a- score of endurance contests and
having figured prominently in the first
Olidden tour ever held. . :
Rambler Secures
\Vnotber Record
Although th* automobile motor has
hiwin frnorf tr» tnnny USeS apart from
that for which it
was intended, it
has remained for
John E. dv Bois of
Dubois, .•-.'\u25a0 Pa.,, to
Wft one Tor the drilling of an oil well.
Th« H. H. Franklin company, manu
fftctßrers of the KrankMn cars, has re-;
ctired a. letter from Dußois telling, of
th*» iervlce he is receiving. A copy of
vh» ".^iter has been f forwarded to the
Fririkiin automobile company in "this
srJjv! and rsads: 'The motor Is an air
t-ooi*d Franklin and Js in use at Kew
hoisse.^Beav^r « - ounly. Utah.: under tiie
rljrect ' charg-e of Jonn R. .Steele. ;. Of
?he of* the motor I only say
fakt- -M r. Steels reports that it Is doi n k
eJyCtiitnt work. Jt Jf a combination of
tiie churn and the core; the core Is six
Vnchef?. The motor is set on the front
fiiid of th<? frame, and with the trans
triiESion wp are able to get different
yp^edS- desired for_ running the drill."
1 ; L*«e for
\u25a0 ]\u25a0'\u25a0'? I'm ck li a Car
:---.--&not her long fhur hag Just been fin
i-shifi liv Dr. -T. . K. Bay liss of this city.
--::.h.:v^.. -• ••-\u25a0 \u25a0•-\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0-•\u25a0 -r->- The doctor has
Ju b t ; completed
J.7oo Smiles in his
r __ 10 horsepower Pre
'•\u25a0>... \u25a0." mier. He was
fcraVeilSg: 2 » days, averaging 100 miles
and -'over a day. Most of the route lay
throiigh Santa Cruz and lone counties,
aithoVgh several trips took him into
tfc« : mountains and over several ex
i<e«*dihglv bad and difficult grades. Doc
l«r v BaylJss has been running his car
since June 1, when he took delivery of
!T -anti in the two months has covered
3';6"50 miles. He reports that he has
liad 1 . absolutely no trouble, notwith
standing that he has been called upon
ro i wake night trips over mountain
ro'^ds. He has a valuable piece of
on his car in the shape of a'
h.uge headlight located just behind the
fjjass wind shield and to the left of
the Steering wheel, which the. doctor
claims is of invaluable assistance.
I^oiiC Tour In
; \u25a0•iv.V-.Prririer Car
Hi! p. Harrison, head of the' H. .0.
aarrtson company, agents for the Peer
less and Everitt
cars, left yesterday
for the east. --The
journey -is forced
\u0084:.-_- . -.:\u25a0 .. :. . on as he
: is -a- member 1 of the board of directors \u25a0
Of "The Everitt .motor, car company;- and
as an impbrtant.nieeting of this or
*;ariizat.L6h takes place next Monday he
•has' been forced to. travel again over the
great $lerr£s r . - ; -. : . ;•..;.' \u25a0•'\u25a0-\u25a0'- .;\- ."
Uarri*ottGoe«> \u25a0
Til G.;6tantpn".. sales manager of the ',
'K-H-I-T motor sales company, has Just;
returned from the
Stockton* •district,
where the K-R-I-T I
car. has. been 're- i
Another Xcw. '•.-\u25a0'.
K-a-I-r.Ag.nl
t • • . ceived with onthu
sicsm.. At llje. Slough Cit>' Stanton
placed the agency for this -popular, car
with the- Novelty garage. * \u25a0
RACY "FLANDERS"
ROADSTER IS SOLD
The netv. Flanders "20," racy roadster 'type, the first one of jphkh Vtds '•
sold- toprcw H.Chamblm of Oakland.: B^ehimishfiss Edith Prmcti a.
. popular -Oakland girl. :^ ,\ , \u25ba • / ' r~*
TWITCHELL AIR
GAUGE FOR KING
J. D. Qaryey Sells Caiiforhia
Product to'Custojiiahoi Eng
land's Royal Garage
A, C.. Leonard. manager of the local
branch of the W.D.Newerf., rubber
company, distributors of Goodyear tires
and the Twitchell air gauge, has re
ceived, a letter from James D.- Garvey,
who is traveling in Europe in the Inter
est of the Newerf company, which con
tains the followJhg .\u25a0\u25a0interesting infor
mation: : . ' .•\u25a0 ;^^ - .'\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0;.\u25a0 v, ;\u25a0• - ":...\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0'\u25a0'.' \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 V' ;
"Yesterday being the fourth of July
I considered it my patriotic duty to re
call the ringing of old liberty' bell in
Philadelphia by celebrating that event
1n a fitting manner. I did so by EeHirig:
the > king of England— -George- V-^a
T^-itcheai air gauge, so that now we
a\? having the dealers ' all : over the
United Kingdom, advertise.'-wltti^head
lines,, the caption 'If -they are good
enough for the king,. they must be ; good
enough for' you.' .] : So you- see now that
rrwitchell air gauges are beihg^uEed in
the-rpyal garages. <: ;:.* \u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0\u25a0•:•\u25a0 \u25a0=.:\u25a0. '.•.\u25a0.\u25a0.\u25a0;•..*' ;•>••\u25a0. '\u25a0\u25a0'.\u25a0 ;
."It may interest you to know, that
I had a great time trying to interview
the king's, chauffeur, and 'when E I ; did
see him; I was .certainly 'dumfounded.
The :\u25a0 dignified gentleman : wore a full
frock coat, and as they call them here,
a top hat . But I had only started at
that, for I was- ihformed that T must
ipee the chauffeur's secretary. Just im
agine making an: appointment with a
chauffeur's 'secretary-* ;
*'The latter was rverr much interested
in the Twitchell air gauge, so much so
that he purchased one for himself. This
done, he obtained a royal requisition
from some othor snappy looking indi
vidual, who wore a monocle in his eye.
and after various other arid divers sig
natures had been appended thereto, off
I went to deliver the goods."' : ; . ,-
Again the. capability of the motor
driven commercial truck to take she
..hardest going of
fered by the steep
San Francisco
has been
demonstrated, and
the unmistakable evidence of the supe
riority of this method of transporta
tion over all others is still \u25a0 further
strengthened. '.-Under, the direction of
W. H. Thompson, sales manager of the
Standard motorcar company, a Frayer-
M"iller truck has just succeeded in haul-
Ing 5,000 pounds of cement to the top
of Twin peaks for the big reservoir be
ing constructed there by the city. The
haul was made from the ferry and was
completed in 41 minutes. Those ac
quainted with the progress of'automo
bile affairs can remember that less
than two years ago- the Twin peaks
climb was rated the supreme test for
the most, powerful, touring cars. . The
first machine to reach the. summit, al
though It carried practically no load,
was lieralded as the acme of perfec
tion in auto possibilities and. was the
Chief topic ' of- discussion In local auto
circles for weeks afterward.- - In view
of this the achievements the Frayer-
Miller loaded, as It-was, with two and
i half tons, signifies the wonderful
advances' that, the last two years have
brought in motor car construction. ..
Truck Makes
Good at Work
F. I* Hansen's Palmer-Singer, which
-ecently made such a record run from
this city to Del
Monte: and return,
was equipped with
a-Schebler carbur
, „ . eter.- In: speaking
of the service of his car. Hansen recent
ly told Ed Mohrig: of the Moore motor
supply company^iigentsfor- the Scheb
ler, that.since his car>had been equipped
with that make He- had obtained from
six to eight mlles:;more, per- hour, over
the speed thaUhe: had previously en
joyed. Mohrig*says that It: Is also a
noticeable fact that all the cars which
have previously-held: the Del Monte rec
ord were equipped with the Scbebler.
••The Schebler- carbureter up to date."
says MohrJg, "holds: all world's, track
and road recordsfor stock-cars.".: .: . \
'•Scheblert on - :
Hanaen's Car
<3^|^ E\§pWHER|
Silent Luxurious
IThe Thomas B. JiejFf ery
117-125 Valencia St., /\u25a0..;•;' Near Market
FARMERS BUYING
RAMBLER AUTOS
Agriculturists Show Their
Purchases That They; Pre»;
* /:fer a Car of Value, \
Four, hundred Rambler cars : were sold
by the P. j. /Down es company, of Mmv
leapolis to -farmers in .the V states of'
Vllnnesota and the Dakotas ; during the
first: six months of 1910. : The average
price per car was $2,2 so .''\u25a0'''}:[::\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0. ; '/..'-
Because- the sales of Ramblers in; the.
:ities have been ,. \u25a0exceptionally ; large,
md the. average price is above $2,000,
this record sale ia-th^ agricultural dls-
Lricts \u25a0 is ; considered remarkable. ,. -It
lemonstrirtes that farmers are buying
:ars of better, quality/and are "not con
fihlng: themselves to i those "of low value/
.By \u25a0 way 'of comparison, f; theUThomas
B« Jeffery .company has furnished in
formation \u25a0\u25a0• indicating • that this I record
sale : in .Minnesota and v the: Dakotas
compares most, fa vorablyi with sales of
Ramblers in the larger.: cities. , '
1 This time itlis Colonel William; F.
Podv.r hflttnrvknftwi|. as "Buffalo -Bill,*-'
who steps into 'the
limellKht : with: a
new . Idea for : the
use of automobiles.
For a good-many,
years- this: famous :scout : has;: driven
White steam cars— in fact, the present
machine is his fourth and represents
ideas characteristic of the. man,-.--- ':\u25a0 \u25a0> r -
The car was designed ;: by ; the White
company as a- mean&v of transportation
between the railroad station and Buf
falo Bill's- several hotels on the Wyo
ming side of Yellowstone national park.
It was Colonel Cody's idea to have the
car fitted up with all the luxuriousness ;
of a parlor car, and in carrying out
this Idea he had the: word /'Pahaska"
printed in: gilt letters on each panel,
and in smalF letters- the words "Buffalo
Bill's hotels in the Rockies." " : -M c .\u25a0. \u25a0
"Pahaska" is the = Sioux dialect for
"Long Hair,", the name by which Buf
falo Bill is known among the Indian*. ~ :
It is said that nowadays Colonel Cody
is more at. home in the driver's seat; of
his steamer than Jin the^ saddle. ;; ; ; ;.; : •_ <\u25a0
;ol. : Cody Taken
White, Steamer
- N. A. Hawkins of : Yreka: has ; just
completed a.trlp in his Hupmobilethat
would have tested
the strength and
durability of \u25a0;. the
strongest -car On
\u25a0 - v- the:market. He left
Yreka for McCloud, driving by .way; of
Sisson. ; .The roads, lay; through heavy,
sand. FromMcCloud he drove over the
Caton valley, road : to : Birney valley.
Here he encountered rocks and stumps,
as the road is practically out^of use and
was' considered impassable for automo
biles. .From Birney valley his route
continued* to Fall: river. mills,vover.*the
hard Baker road, and: thence by wayof
Alturas to Lake . View; Ore^" i4 , He then
drove over three mountains to. Klamath
Falls, and over Topsey grade'» to* Klam
ath'hot'springs. From here he made his
way homeward. . The total expense] for.
the trip, which covered ,457. difficult
miles, was $ 1 3.60, including gasoline, oil
and garagev service.- He averaged 22.8
miles to a gallon of, gasoline."- ; , : ?-
Hard Trillin I
: Hnpmobfle I
Suffering. no;more' serious damage
than ' disfigured upholstery,- a . broken
glass v. wind shield
and lamps, a Haynes
car : recently : , sur
vived a .jump over.
. . •- : :• \u25a0 -a - 20 . '.foot*> bank.
The Haynes auto sales company has re
ceived word "from Juan, Brambila of
Eleno, owner of the car. thatSvhile mak.
ng a night -run; accompanied by^B. :H.
L.umis, he drove the car off- a bank' near
Reno. "The Haynes landed? bottom ;;up i
n the creek; bed- 20,;feet:.below.;4Both
>ccupants were thrown clear, of the. car
md were not seriously, injured. ;^ln due
itme : assistance .arrived .and-ithe<ma
:hine: was , righted, .when it 'was- driven
ilongthei creek .bed until , a 'place' was
Jound : where It "could ;be: driven ,up the
jank to .the ; road. ...The. car then.re
:urned under-its own' power-to: Renb.'s ? v " :
Haynes Car: .V-'M
v Takes Drop [
\u25a0 . ; FLANDERS "20" RACY ROADSTER— Price $870. f.0. b. San Francisco. Magneto, five I
•\u25a0:'\u25a0'::'•*\u25a0- \ -.'\u25a0. ; .* • " V'lamps,'. horn, tools and' generator included- \u25a0.',---•-•* " . »
I I Miles I
\u25a0; ; It's a- stock 'phrase with .all . Flanders . "20" "owners'- founded jupon facts—not fiction. Flanders "20" is first of all an ccon- E|
\u25a0 w omica! car— a^car that fills Cthe bill exactly as represented. ;, Flandejs "20" owners all over the country are getting twenty 9
I•- na^ es tQ^ one g^ono^' gasoline -and^^ from 150-200 miles oh one -gallon of oil." , '"•,''-'.'! S
H':'-''''.v'">>' .'•'\u25a0-'.\u25a0\u25a0 :> "\u25a0" \u25a0'"\u25a0\u25a0'- '-'-\u25a0'.\u25a0•' '• : \u25a0-"'\u25a0 .:.'*\u25a0 '-'\u25a0 i \ J-' - '\u25a0.'.-••\u25a0 " :=: = -\u0084'•'- -'' *-; : ' -•*' ''.."-'\u25a0\u25a0.-.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"'"'\u25a0"'\u25a0 '\u25a0' .-\u25a0-. ..-••. ;•.•\u25a0'\u25a0'• . ; : \u25a0'\u25a0: .\u25a0:"\u25a0':\u25a0• ./ ; *.-'. \u25a0\u25a0 '-'\u25a0••-"•' \u25a0.-\u25a0'•.\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0'.\u25a0-\u25a0•-\u25a0• '••.'\u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.• - : : -- \u25a0\u25a0•:\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0';:•--:-' •' •".
H "Such i .•record -added this, popular little machine is making friends for it by' tre- R
\u25a0.;-;;sr^cndbiisle^ although turning out an average of 65 Jjj
\u25a0 . cars ;^ ' ; ; '\u25a0'^ ;'"";0.; '"";0. v-/ ;: \u25a0^ : --:-. •;.•:.'' 'tr-';^'-'^:'^^'^- B
\u25a0 /(Glance : at- the. brief .mention \u25a0ofitheequiprneht of the car,,and you wiil.at once recall "that -the bulk of such an equipment is am
H;. \u25a0'••_ usually 'designated as -"extras" with ! other. cars. : ; It's a»big point : to;consider.;vv B
\u25a0 •.••. •:\Vhen : :yo.u buy frbrh us; -'.youfpufchascV : :b'esid.^s :^^a. caf.;'that" : j^.'>v^thout;a^pc"cT. in its class on the market *today, the unequaled S
\u25a0 :. guarantee of /Studebaker—the care and protection of an organi zatiori of 6S years' standing and solid growth, and which reaches H
\u25a0. . out over vthe; entire- length i and breadth of this land. " , " . •fi
\u25a0 In Galifornia, Nevada and the islands' we are. represented by -no less than! 42 establishments, the policy of each of which is the B
B renowned Studebaker policy. Here is the list: ;\u25a0., y .-\u25a0\u25a0• ";">;Vv: -'\u25a0\u25a0. ; -- \u25a0 v ; : ;^ : ' ./'•. -v : :^- " y: . . B
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I •'.*\u25a0 DrroH, C*l .... ;BYROJf GARAGE 4 ' w V Lirnmore, Cil. i LIVERMORB GARAGE .\u25a0 ' " lieiio,; : Xcv •'.'. '.'. ..STEIXHEIMER BROS. B
I Daißi|tß,' C«I.»J.T. BERNARD C *V . . Cornlar, Cal ...JOBE B. LUKEJVSi .;. , " ;; ; Honolulu, T. BT. . SCHVMA3T CARRIAGE CO. H
H Mereed, C«l .... R. BARCROPT A SONS CO. ; Frcsao, Cal . . . . LYONS-SIORGAN. -CO. ; . ; ' Saa Jose, Cal .. SAX JOSE IMP. CO. H •
~ Reddlnr, Cal.'l.H. 1.. BENTON ! ..Saata Rosa, Cal. D. H. McREYJfOLDS \u25a0 v Lompoc, 1 Cal ...W. R. SMITH HDWE. CO. B
B Fo«oßobln,CalGEO. F. BELL Oi£and, Cal ....I. E. &E. H. MECUM Sacramento, CaI.STUDEBAKER BROS. CO. M
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B . Sa«t« Cihi«, C«I.J. O. CEDAR . . v\u25a0u \u25a0 Montague, Cal. .MT. SHASTA MILL CO. Oakland, Cal ...STUDEBAKER BROS. CO. . B
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B Tracy, Cal \u0084 FABIAN-GRUNAUER CO. Modesto, Cal ...A. R. MIRES' GARAGE Hrald.iburK, Cal.N. A. SEIPEL H
B ;,\u25a0::\u25a0 U'Uten, Cal .I . FENLEY MERC. CO. : ; . Newman, Cal :/.. .SIMON NEWMAN CO. • * : Woodland, Cal : .W. J. STEVENS El
B. -• Maryavllle, CajL:GATKS-McINTOSH: CO. ." V . ..Bakeriifleld,.: Cal. OWNERS' GARAGE . z \u25a0 Kins City, Cal. . L. B. ULKEY g£
B Haaford, Cal ...HANFORD GARAGE. Napa, Cal ...... PIONEER GARAGK Vallejo, Cal VALLEJO CARRIAGE WKS. Q
I Tulare, Cal- ....LINDER HD\V r E. CO. Madera, Cal ; ...ROSENTH AL-KUTNER CO. Pacific Grove. .. T. A. WORK CO. B
B; : Lob Aaceles, CaI. LORD MOTOR CAR CO.! ; ; Feradale, Cal V. RUSStEARLY & /WILLIAMS ' ;C , Fort Brass, Cat WARD BROS. .L _ £] S
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Look at This
-1910 OLDSMOBlLE : . S^vdtPassenger^Tourmg- Car,"
\u25a0slightt^usedibyvus.^ \A
grade car at a; bargain: Investigate i quickiy; V :
Touring:^Gar^ fully e^iiipped; ; sl,6oo:
]: Cost ' with; equipment^ $2^oo;V i;lit perfect -condition:
lit you are going to^'buy a car :^ou will never pass
this opportunity. , :
:1909 BUICK-20, Toy Tonneau, fuily equipped; This
is the little tear, without a rivali on the market! -
;-ili9oB OLDSMOBIIiE, Touring Gar, just repainted^
; good condition: ' :^;-'; '-'. \\l:-: ''"' : .::\u25a0\u25a0: •\u25a0-' : ; '. -.- ; ''\u25a0 '-\u25a0 . '\u25a0•v^
'1909 TWO-CYLINDER BUICK Touring Car in
perfect "conation. A real|bargain^/$6OO. : - :. :
AWe guarantee every one of these cars the same^
:as :we:,do .the new ones.- ) r , ;
Ho\VAft# AVTOMOBILE GO,
• : ; : \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 AVENUE.^' -v::,;. a-;
The Noiseless •
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\u25a0 '\u25a0ThejGARTERCAR^one of the marvels of theGliidden toqr.; ".-. v
f '. \u25a0::\u25a0 'The CARTERCARv delivers: the power ltoHhe;rear wheels— through' a
patented Friction '/Transmission ah^vChain-ih-Oil Drive- T ; r}'^: -\u25a0:\u25a0':,',
> 'vWith : the" CAßTEßCAß; transmission ;yon;are not restricted to 2/3 or
4 speed/;butiwith r 2o f distirictrspeeds> * : •'I " . ''.:\u25a0' '\u25a0'>.-' '": -'f-' '
\u25a0\u25a0-r-y With £ the CARTERCAR iit is ) possible to igo at any. speed ; you desire.
-\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 The XARTERCARfHas t power^and^clirnbs 50 per cent i grades. 'KAf^z
r^!^4:cylinder;2s^H;;R;iAyith^^g[he^
Fete;-:F ctc;-: Miniature tonneaii^ $l,2sO;sihgle jumble; $i; 200.-"" vl.,v 1 ., • •
\u25a0-/\u25a0 Model "L''4-cylinder;3(Ws'H;:P4llWnch^ wheel base;:spassenge^
.with magneto, $1,700.; .:. • .;U\.v, • ;- . : -• •; . '$'>/\u25a0: "\u25a0
- : '.\u25a0 ; 1911 FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. '' • '.';'\u25a0\u25a0
•' •; : ; ai6B^GOLDEN.GATE AVENUE; SAN FRANCISC9.
Tfce San Francisco Call \
DO YOU
OWN A CAR?
if so ask Harry why he used
Type Course Tires for his Simplex when he
broke the Del Monte record? He knew he %
had; the car; also knew he must: have "The
Tires," "America's Best Pneumatic." Con-
tinental Type Course Tires are guaranteed
4ysooMiles
CONTINENTAL GAOUTCHOUC CO.
V \u25a0 : ;187 Twelfth St.,
QIIVIPL EY
Breaks Another Record
v - ->'50 H: iP. Stock' SIMPLEX Touring Car covers -distance between Saii
" Francisco v and? Del .Monte and return.i(2B2, miles) in 7. h.our3 and 3S min-
utes,": winning Chansjor & Lyon Trophy. ,;,. 9H^ -
.. r - : 'Foraier; Record.. . .262 Miles ..... .8 Hours <and- 42 {Minutes'
;y'. Simplex..'. -~;. ..". ..262 Miles 7 Hours and 38 Minutes
/ BREAKING ! RECORD-BY. 1 HOUR AND 4 MIXXJTES .'
s ,>_; \u25a0\u25a0'.\u25a0"'; , . • r Fa»t*r, Thai a Railroad Train :
r 'The Del,' Monte jEipressiiS; scheduled Uo r niake.' the run between -Frisco
\u25a0and.'Del^Monte (125 J mlles)^in 3 hours and 45 minutes, averaging 33 1-3
miles : pen hour.' •'-; -- ... \
. * The i SIMPLEX icovered the "."distance .'over' the road: running slow
throush'sevennowns.-and-travellns-ISI- miles against 125 miles by rail.
in the remarkable time of 3 hours-and 27 minutes, averaging 3 S miles per
hour f0r. 131 miles against the train's average of 33 1-3 miles per hour for
125 miles/ i'JTinSjilh^MJQPCljfoy!' ' - ' -' »• • •
Time between San Jose and Gilroy (31 miles). 27 minutes. h^
"The. car used for ' this -trial' was a regular Stock, 4 Cylinder, 50 H, P.
-Touring Car, with all fenders and equipment. n£2S
_ All Bodlek Specially Built V,
DE.MO.\STR ATION . BY APPOIXTMEXT I - .>
SIMPLEX MOTOR COMPANY
•\u25a0\u25a0 ' S«5 VAX NESS AVEXUE^Vaa >'«• ;The«te r Balldlas)
•'\u25a0^"•\u25a0^.^ \u25a0:-'-'' : SAX- FRAXCISCO " 'Ct .-,' 'I;
;USE- CALL AVANTS— THERE'S' A^REASON; r SUCCESS
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