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SATURDAY. JANTARY 14. 1922.
TERMS TO SUIT
TIMES IS MADE
Firm Adopts Selling Plan to
Meet Wage Level
The central Agency. Pmadwer and
|*ike St.. *» Inaugurating a new plan
ot selling Ford ear*. according t»»
Bert Blangy manager The new
r .n was originated hr the company
lo mf I Ihr ilrnuuiib of the new
of wse«e and prtcea
war <• over. »nd ,h * sooner
the tuiomeMlf industry adjusts Itself
tp the conditions developed tn the
iftermath erf the ear, the sooner will
they be able to supply the demand of
people who. In all time*. desire and
geed an sutasaoblls." «atd Btangy
"In our plan of selling cars, It la
just as p-»«ible for the small w*»e
earner to ha\a an automobile a* It
wan In daya of wartime wages. The
terms on our uml machines range
from l»S <K>* n "h' l monthly pay.
tnents of »:J to. to tltT (town, and a
payment of $4l each month. The au
tomobile I" no longer a luxury—it I*
an every day necessity."
May Bring Bombing
Films lo Seattle
Efforts are being made by Wash
fhcton Automotive Trades associa
tion, the Heat tie Chamber of Com
merce and other organisation* to
bring to this city sn educational film
of the tiombardment of the egC.er
man war*hlpa by aircraft, showing
the startling results obtained In tto
naval tests on the Atlantic seaboaM.
The present Itinerary of tha film
from the Kaat includes I>env«r. Rait
I-sKe City. Ran Francisco and Loa
Angeles.
MOHT rOPI I«\R car of Franca la
the Otreon. coating I.IM franca
tie ;
-SMBS PLAIT
TH*
y,y \ Kt.ory: tkli.* th*
TKTN
Tfer* I* what you know
wh'n you porchas* a Rand*
feed Car. The former
owner'* nam*, addre** and
phone number, the reoson
wßy he *old the cftr. the
firm from whom he bought
It new. th* kiad of *enrlca
given the car. th* actual
number of mile* run. what
repairs and overhauling
were don* oa it. and how
much vi' Invested tn It to
make It eatable. With thl*
Information, no on* can go
wrong buying a find*
Used Car.
STftEMKEIS
podge* rord* Chevrolet*
M Motiri Co.
lltb at rtM U*l M*l
Whew warn or broken fear*
have ta be replaced be snrs
. that all rcpiacv-mrnU are
* genuine, not imitation part*.
It hi the' only way to be
•lire of having quirt, smooth
running l»n that will waar.
We can nppt* your 4c*Ur,
repair or garage man.
OOLYEAR
MOTOR 9AULB CO.
f**T» JO«»MI
I »1» t Pine St. Phono K. IWi |
Kant-Skore
Ralph R. Wheaton, Dint.
in conjunction with
Iniversal Machine Works
W« handle th* l*rv»st and
moot * yllndff
in the Northweat
I> t u« eetlrnat* your work.
Automobile or Marin*.
Machine Work
,45aftt 1176 705 Vi E. Pike
HBHS
Lake Eleetrieal 6 Machine Co.
1213 wmlatf !». AaUMllf* Klrrlrtrlmmm. fimrtUU
vesrtrn Electric Company i>w»tk.t«-ww-.h 0..,
vksfh&AtQJite
W&outfe&tWiy
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE CO.
Km-barglnc. K'pilrtfli and Hrrvk* mi All Makm of Battrrlas I
MS Kwl Vlnm Hired , K«a» «7#»l
TERRACE CHOSEN
BY 2 GOVERNORS
Represents Wash, and Ore.
at Highways Meet
FYanli Terracc, pmMmi of
the Washington t.ood Kim4i aa
soclsllon. ha. bee* anniiiM ky
lout* ► Mart of Usehinc
ton and U«t. It W Ok-att af
Oregon to thew. twa
•ialo. al tha Ittk Amertcsn
rongrrsa. lo hr het«| tn
t'hlcago January II ta If He
will to the rir»| Kpewker nn the
program after the welcome ky
Mayor Thompson af Hilraia.
Thla la tto «mnd Hate that Tie
rare haa had tto hanar of repce
senllng these twa stales al tto
food road* < anient lon
j rHIPAW, Jan. 14 Hpeaker* of
rmm men re including Henry C Wal;
lace, secretary of agriculture. Thom
as 11. McDonald, chief of tha United
Slate* bureau of public roadie. gov
ernor* of states and in amber* of con
gress wilt address tha sessions of the
lIIK American Good ttnad* congres*
to be held at the Collaeum in ihla
city January It to SO, under tha
auspices of the American lload Hulld
era' association Hotne of tha coun
try's greatest road building experts
are on the program for tha technical
sssslona.
Thera will ba discussions on the
latent method* evolved In the con
structlon of bituminous and concrete
roads. One session will be devot>d
to common road*, another to high
•ray financing, highway traffic, and
highway transportation, highway re
search. An eahlbltlon of road ma
chinery will fill tha Coti*eum snd
the Caltseum Annex, and (he tireer
and Wilson buildings adjoining It
wtll be tha largest of Its kind ever
held, either In America or abroad
Over :« 000 delegates from the
I'nltsd States and Canada will at
tend.
am~mm
ORKAT MYimou**: When Tom
MrfStll of the city traffir department
didu l bav* a used car for aale.
• * *
An automobile puta more pep In
pamonal effort.—Western Washing
ton Motorist. 'Specially if you have
to crank 'em.
• * *
IT ALL RIMW
filling ttationt —
BpiHtng station*
MUling Mlatioa»
Billing station*.
• * *
Don't let th* motor labor or It will
develop a knock. Tea, and a lot of
people motoring develop tha aama
troubla.
• * *
Maharajah of Bhartttpur In JnAia
is *aid to bava the moil luxurious
automobile evar mad*. Upholstered
Ilka tua aama?
• * e
Moat of tha automobile* at th*
first auto ehow In l»00 W*re "one
lunger*." We've got ona that hag
eight cylinder*, and the derned thing
muni*' had T. B. when it waa young
in about seven of 'am.
a e e
Keep your head aa traffic tanglm.
aaya a Una If posnlbla. keep yuur
arm* and leg*. too.
• * *
The real father of the modern au
tomobile waa Oottlleh Daimler. Wall,
ha Idft soma family.
• * *
'BOl T TIIK HAMK
"My hutksnd I* laid up tor r»
pair* **
-Kxceetftng the speed limit?"
"Na. exceeding the (red limit.'*
• • *
NOT TOO PAR
"I am going riding with Jim."
"How far are yon going?"
"Not aa far »* I went before
—ha khaed me."
State's Quota in
Federal Aid Set
Under the provisions of the new
federal highway act the state of
Waahinglon will reoelva $I,1M,T0»11
from the government. which mint
bo met by an equal appropriation
by the state. ,
. This money'la to be expended on
Interstate and Intereounty highways.
James Allen. state highway super
vlaor. baa completed a list of prl
mary and aecondary road* which will
receive benefit* from the new hill.
The federal government plana to
upend $720,000 for road* within the
national forest* of the state, and
Waahlngton will receive a portion of
th«i 15,500,000 the secretary of «ktl
culture deems necessary to reduce
I the fir* hajsard In valuable timber
I tract* by the building of road.* to
make all parts easily accessible
"BO" M'MILLAN BUYS LEXINGTON "LARK"
tt'Arn "Bo" McMillan, the great quarterback of the Centre college football team, started
on* to buy a car for hin own u*e, he nought one that would match hin own itpeed and endur
ance—and he neleetcd a Lexington "Ixirk," the crack »f>ort model of the Lexington line.
Western Auto Makes
Big Growth in 1921
Th'rs hu been no more of I,
Bivtrd phenomenal suecaao In lh»
bu<ln»H world to iuo<t*rn Ume* I Man
In the rapid and sur. eeeful growth
of the \Vm»rn Auto .supply Co
sinco tla inodmit lie ginning in ltM,
with a «nv>ll lauml >|iwa and ft dla
play wlnduw in the front of a mm rag*
In Kansas City. Mo. until l»:i. with'
ovrr 40 Horn In operatmn fn-m
Southern California to Canada. Bt
Paul to Dalla*. bavin* combined
yearly galea of front (10.000.t00 to
SIS .000.040. Th* It'imb»r of chain
*tor*a haa nearly been doubled wllhln
the last year, .
A large office and d.«tr<butli<g cen
ter la maintained In Hetltl* ■ t 2041
41 Westgike are . and a large retail
store la operated at lIJ K Pike at.
Theae two stores wera firat e«t«b-
Il»hed In 1(11. tha annual aalea f.«r
the flrat )ear totaled IHSHH, while
In I* 31 they are estimated <o h»«e
reached tha half million mark. Ttiia
dlatrtct. comprising tha ataiaa of
Washington. Oregon and Idaho, are
under the direction of Dlatrb t Man
ager O. If. Pound*, and the rapid
growth of the company In thla *ec
llon of tha country *p«ak* tha un
mlatakabi* approval of tha automo
bite ownera of tha Northweat of tha
product* of thla cotnoany
Three years ago there wera eight
atorea la all. counting tha two Heal! la
atorea a* one. The other atoraa wera
located In Denver. Colo.; Phoenix.
A rig: Han KrsOclsco. lam Angelea.
OakUnd Ixmg llearh and Presno.
Calif. Thin did not Include a partial
Ipteraat of Oeorge Peppardine. found
er. In the Kansas Cltjr store, with
branches at Delta*. Texas. and Ht.
Paul. Minn
Tha strength of Pepp*rdlne'» op
timism In tha future for the West
and Northwest ha* been forcibly
ahown in th* fact that within th*
past year he ha* rapidly expanded
hi* rhaln of *tor*a. On July 1 he
purchased a string of eight store*
belonging to the Autn Part* Supply
Co. In Washington. Oregon and Ida
ho. Within the last five month* ha
ha* Increased the number of store*
belonging to tha company from >0
to 40.
In IW* pepperdine had IS and an
Id**. Then a bookkeeper with a
wife and small bahy to *'n»port In
Kansas City. Mo.. Pepperdine
launched forth the f; and the idea.
It won Today Pepperdine I* rsted
** a millionaire and the idea and th*
t5 are etl!l working Pepperdine ha*
continually catered to tha neads of
the motorist and his de*lr* to econo
mix*. During the years of hi* rapid
success h* bullded high faith In the
small store, and new stock
In the foil of Itlft the trade char
• cter of Paving Ham was conceived
by Pepperdine aa symbolic of the
thing* he wa* trying to give hi* cus
tomers. higher gtade service at
ROAD
V&EtOt
l»T THOMAS *. HKr.MA.H,
K!*e 4 nasi; laglnHV
1 wkkk KMhina 4*st mv it, im
liMVEI, XII4IM
KmlUm %folnea OooA
!>«• VnSm~ lllghlla* Fair.
rough In pla<ea
»>ntoft Y alley Hough and rutir.l
N«|ri« Viilify Himrk (lood
Kf«lßlark DUmoid New ptvamtßl
Open
Woodlnvtlte Puvall Hood.
()uv»ll Nil (llf -aor.<l
K~lm«»<l tall ( Hi- <io»4l
lon nertton fmm Parlflr Highway U
O'twtwi New pavement np«h
l*Mi>mh Full (ll* North IVnd Oood
|m«|mli-fi*«frrMvna (via l.ak* Hsmrnun
lain ft»dmond to lnil»»«M| rough, '
halftnee
lU«lnn HHlfvne Hfilnn to K#nnvdaU
o*>en: Kennvdale to Newport *>|oae<l
KntintrUv IrMihlln N»w fonrmln road
I wo mil** from Kniinn u» (|ofM|
trrmvl Parking la prohibited
on Franklin bridge over <lr*en river
Anbnrn-lllark Diamond New < «>n< reta
road two mliea hay on d Aiitnirn.« fiood
gravel beyond. Alao via Moon rreek
ftuneet Highway Pno<|ualm|» pa** ' loaed
Road open to f'amp Mnaon New ron
rrete
Karhea l*aaa (formerly MefieJlan Paai
||lfti«ra!il Open to lireen Wnior,
(EnumrUv <ire#n Water rlvarV All
roeda around Fnumrlaw evotllent
•tt«"n* Paaa Highway Ope n to Millar
river.
HlaHi fMemowd-Fraatelln Oood
drldf*' Arr«a« Hiaf)ii«lmle fllvev K«ar
Toll T*>md limit five tone
l.alie loreal Park-North Trunk Connee
tlon One mile pavement excellent
f.ooae aravel beyond flnuah.
Vlallewtie»-iUwfnioa<l Fair T>etat>r a*-
rmint waahout near Plelliviie and 'tea
million nn arrownt of allde two ml|ee
eaat of flellevue
Al l. FAVKfI HOAHH IN <#OOf>
CONDITION
Vtlrh mond IU-»rti Ko*«l New pavtmrnt
/•pen
ll<entm» F-numrlaw ( F.aet Hide) f 'onrr«te
pavement open for travel r'oritlnuoua
rmirret* road from Itenion tn Knum
rtiw, *la Kent and Auburn
\ taahon lataaid N«w pavement open
For further information caii Mala J9OO, '
local It* *
THE SEATTLE STAR
cheaper prl<-e With these otttstand
tng features before him a well known
comic srtist sketched ths character
that has proven unique In the ad
verttslng field. I*ethaps no other
trade character la as well known as
Having Ram The copyright value
of Having Ham Is said to be estimated
at 110 000, so vsluable has this chsr
acter been found for advertising pur
poara.
Tha >!«. k In ths many atores la
kept continually new by lbs nwr
moua output over the counter* and
by moil Chain* bumpm. spot
lights, Im< ka and all ataniterd ngu'p
ment la purchased by tba carload*
for tha past fsw years tha ompuiy
has taken tha enure output of tha
I'harta Tlr* M lluMar Co at Newark.
Ohio, an<l tha India Tira Co. of
Akron. Ohio. Unmet irne In tha early
•prlnf they will offer tha public their
first trade marked Ura. "Unlrrn
Giant."
"Thla lire." aay* O IL Pound* "la
built atmiter than tha *iuuUr4 tire,
and with a heavier I road On amount
of no Jobtier* or distributors wa will
ha abla to offar thla lira to tba pubifcr
•I sven lower prices than lbs *r>
clsssed standard lira "
Two fai-torlsa gre enraged tn mak
Ing tube* for tha company. Tba
heavy "Jumbo" tuba put out by tha
company on th*lr own apeclficwtlone
la |# par cant heavier than tha
heaviest tuba ma da for stock trade
Million* of catalog* have baan la
•uH by tha rom|*ay a)nee It waa
first nrciAiml These catalogs stand
foramost nf tbair kind In tba auto
world. Thru theaa many eat la fled
ruatomar* tvava patronised tha many
atores both by mail orders and by
prepared lists from thaaa catalog*
quickly and easily aorurad over tba
count era
Aa an all Ww'arti Institution tha
Western Auto company la now In ths
class of Kastern flrma such aa Wool
worth'a Kreaa and other targe chain
store companies.**
IN VF.HV colli weather remove
tfc* fan belt
Purrhaiie Your Oil by
the Mile —Not
the Gallon
It mikH no differ •no®
how murh oil you pour
Into >ou® cr*tikc*a®. th*
only oil which prol*rt« th®
®ngln® In th® thin ftlm b*-
tw®#n moving mMal parfa
Only Kin* Oil will retain
full lubricating rffl«-M>n«*y
un<W th# h®«t of t#rvl®®.
W« aoltatt your NulriM
and will b® glad to aubmit
a lin® of nampl®*
GAKAOF* HANDLING
KING OIL
TKIIIINAI. GAHAGIC
llailr«»a<l Av* and Jark»on
HH Ml 1.% I» GARAGK.
Thlr«l A%# »n«l Y®e|®r Way
HI AV GAItIGK
10 Mercer Ht.
awe. garagr
|i« W <?ai#r St
J. A M. HKRVM K •TATIOW
4f 10 l*»«ry Av#
ITAMIAKD G4RAGR
212« Third Av
TMf. lIIIW4I G4IUGK
1110 Hi*th Av#.
RACKIKVI 4KR\l(i: UTA.
1217 flail®/ Av#.
HOI 111 TIRF* « O.
Marlon Ht
G4R4Gf
7012 Wn(»dl«wn Av#
NATIOKAI. G4R4GIC
I OAi Klnir Ht
I NII I I* Moldlh
404 F. Vln# Ht
G4II4GK
MM Av S W
AITO HI'PH.V aT AT 14) IV
l«2* Fifth Avr
RIM HKY i GARAGR
17% 1 W Npokan® Ht
WAT OKRVIIR
HTATION
47th and Wton® Way
"KRVIt K
HTATION
Fifth Av* H. and
T>n»rb«rn
AI'TO HI ITU AHHRYI4K
< 41.
lA2I Fifth Av®.
THE HPKF.II hrrvicb *
HT AVION
Hr#m*rton. Waah
NAY At. ftKRVK'M
®T 4 VI4)N
f*harl®aton. Waah.
COR IIIF 4# AH *VAVIO!f
Hllvar l»ak#. Waah.
KVKRRTT DRAI.RRI
JOHNHON * ROOK
K. A •«. A I'TO It Ft* A 111
f3D Ml NTFR
IIIIOAIIUU VIRK Hlior
King Oil Sales Co.
ltl«lrlbuUir*
99 Marion Street
G. M. BRANCHES
IN GOOD SHAPE
Big Corporation Writes Off
All Old Losses
NEW TOIIK. Jan. l«.~Oe q eral
Motor* Corporation with Its many
units has started tha new year with
Its l»oka practically free from com
mitments The inventory position of
the organisation is vastly better
than a year ago.
I m rife sum* ha ye been expended
1 the past year In cancellation of con
tracts on a basis entirely satisfactory
to the flrma aupplylng the ma
terials. The corporation has written
Off all of its loeaeg with the old year.
The poli'-y of ths Oeneral Motors
Corporation, aa announced by Its of
fo-ers. will he to turn out Its product*
iin a heale of present market coat*.
This policy ha* made poaalbW the
•hsrp reduction In Cadillac prices,
and the further scaling doan of
Itun k and Oldsmoblle prices. Cad
lilac snd Huh k fsctorle* are ripe, led
to be kept running to capacity the
! ne*t year.
< hrvrole*. already on a *atla
fa. Tory l-aata, Is to continue
Ia» by the corporation. Output of
Oakland car* has been steadily In
creasing the paat few montha. Minor
improvement* on both t hops types of
light car have proven popular Wilh
the buying public.
Hemarkwble progtwsa waa made tn
i l»l» HI Ihs big corporation
with Its many ualta back to
normal, and on a cooperative
workmg basis, which hag strengthen
ed each Individual unit.
GUIDE CROSSING
DEATH RATE HIGH
7,000 Were Struck Down
Last Year
The elimination of crude cro**lngii
»IU b* cm* of tha pha*e* of wider
and aafer road* diacuaaed at the 12th
American flood Iload* mncrni and
tha 1 Slh National Uood Itowda to be
beld in Chlrwgo January It to 20.
Out of 12 000 per*on« killed on the
highway* of the country hurt year.
T.OOO wera atruck down at grade
rrooalng* !nvwrltgatlon haa ahown
a 100 thai one motorist In every three
I* oareleea at grade crooking*. ap
proachlng the railroad track* al reck
leaa *p**d and without taking due
nolle* of approaching iralna.
Th* I'ennay lvania ami Southern
T»artf|c railroad*. e*pcclntly, have
been heavy eufferera from grade
cro**tng accident* On the Southern
Pacific line* alone during the pa*t
three yeara 1 909 motor can* and
truck* were wrecked at grade cros*
Ins* Id 490 oaae*. or more than JO
per cent, the motorlit* deliberately
ran Into Ihe train* In 122 Inatancee
autoa plunged ,thru th* croa*tng
gale* Ninn crowing flagmen wer*
atruHt down.
In 170 cn*e* In which motorist*
ran In front of the train* 12t peraoni
were killed and 40K were Inlured. In
MA case* motor cor* *lalled on the
crossing and were demoll*hed. Korty
three mr* aotually collided with the
danger signals. »
An Inve.llgallon conducted recent-
Iv bv the Maryland atat* road* com
mlealon demonstrated that moat high
wav accldrnta oci-ur on long
atretrhe* of road In.tead of af the
c«r\ea and are due to apeedlng or
reck leaa driving, rather than akld
ding.
A total of tt.100.000 wa* paid out
In death clalma by American ln*ur
unce companle* for the 12,000 per
killed on the highway* ht«t
vear. In addition to Ihe falalltlc*
there wrr* 1.f.00.d00 non fatal In'
Jurlea.
Automobile fatalltle* In Itlt were
t.542. In Hit the number ln< reaaed
to # *2*. Conaiderlng the 12.000 accl
dent* la*t year and baaing their cal
culation* on th* eKperlence* of Ht.
1 «*>u|m. Cleveland, New Vork rhlcjigo
and other cltle* for the flr*t *l*
month* of 1021. eiperta eel I mat*
that Ihla year'a futalltlea on the high
way* will reach /It,ooo. A tolal of
«!I0 peraon* were killed on New York
alate road* and city elrael* during
the fir*! hlx monlha Ihla year Of
thla number 40J met their death In
N*w Tork city.
At a recent drawing of apace for
th* good rond* ahow In Chicago #5
per cent of Ihe 40.000 aquare feet of
apac* waa taken, hrmlitng all record*
and neccaallallng the u>* of addl
tlon.il hulldlna* to hoii*e the exhibit*
Apprmlmatelv J1.&00 000 worth of
labor aavlng road machinery and ap
pliance* will h* exhibited
At th» K«>«xl rond* rfinrr*** •« h#
(irM during th«> r«p«*lllon. many
■ übj'H.i of Importnnr* to highway
uwm will h« iltnniMH><l. Including lh«
strengthening uf bridge* to carry lli* 1
TRUCK DEMAND I
BUSINESS GAUGE
Demand Is Heavy for First
Half Month
Demand for trucks haa doubled the
estlmal* of the Kurd Motor Co
branch plant In Haattls for ths first
half of tha month of January, ac
cording to N. W. fislquest, tar dls
trlbtuor for ths plant.
I Truck demand Is one of the best
ranges of business, said fialijusst.
and ths starting of tha new >ear In
dlcstsa a revival In Irttsiness and a
return of confidence In the public
mind. •
Car demsnd la also on the Increase,
•■aid Ifslquest. and the production of
the local plant for the months of No
vemlirr and Deoemtier were approxi
mately 450 cars higher for e« c h
month than ptevious fall months.
The roupe Is especially In demand
with tnjywrs. production of all
the American plants of the Ford
Motor Co. has shown a steady In
crease, lie ginning In July. The prea
ent monthly output of this model 1s
more than double that of July.
Colorado Tourists
Spend $35,000,000
The 100.000 tourists ylsltlng
r»do national parks snd forests snd
resuris In IMI left approxlmatsly
111.000.000 In ssles. a<-cordlng to ths
lienver Ciylc and Commercial aaaocJ
atlon. August, formerly a dull
month, haa become second best on
the sales calendar, on account of
tourl*t trade.
The aaaorlatlon. In existence seven
years, haa distributed free literature,
which, if Blacked In one pile, would
be II times as high aa the Klfel tower
in I'aris. and II time* ths height of
the Wool worth building, in New
Yprk city.
Will Complete Lake
Wathignton Highway
{lids for a I# foot highway. S4
mllea In length, connecting Bellevue
and Newport, ara soon to bs called
for by King County Engineer Thos.,
R. Beeman. It la estimated tha pro
posed highway will cost approilrnat*-
ly 9110,000. This Is tha first under
taking on lbs King county road build
ing program for lit!, and will com
!"•-!« the final link In a lis resurfaced
hinhwuy reaching entirely around
Lake Washington.
A KKROHKSK. rag I* the beat kind
to use for cleaning ths running
board and floor of ths car.
KKfCP C.AftOIJNK tank strainer*
clean of sediment so thai fuel supply
will not fall.
HONT HACK your engine.
ever Increasing truck loads anil ft
mora equitable distribution of taxa
tion for iha construction and muin
tenano* of highways. Last yaar f*d
erwl. state and municipal tax's on
motor vehicle* reached the atagger
Ing aum of 111t.T20.000 —equivalent
to $l4 per car. (lovernors of states,
county commissioners and mayor* of
cltle* thruout tho country ar* being
aeked to appoint delegates to tb« con
gTT** I
In extending the Season's Greetings we are
prompted to suggest that the Ford One-Ton
Truck will probably do more to promote EQUIPMENT*
better business and more prosperous 2££2£i2
times for you during the New Year than
any other investment you can possibly «**/-«*• i
make in your business.
7 1.4
Reasonably prompt delivery can be made if your Aadh*
order is placed at once. Terms if desired.
AUTHORIZED SEATTLE FORD DEALERS
WM. L. HITGHSON COMPANY CLARK-BAKER MOTOR CO.
600 Kaat Pike St. Tenth Ave. and Jackson St.
Kasl 0404 Beacon 0532
WILSON & KREITLE, INC. CANAL MOTORS CO.
4763 Ilallord Ave. . *** I sj k . en 2?i
Sunact 4033 Garfield 0074
ALFRED G. AYERST, INC.
Third Are ai.d Slew art 84. Mo# *
Elliott 4>24 B,dn ' y 0650
111 it'll H AIKU CENTRAL AGENCY
HiJIiH HAIKU a. K. (Bali) Btangy. Mgr.
Fourth Ave. at Janica St. Broadway and Ka*t I'iU*
KlIMt 0750 F.asl 0330
L. M. CLINE MOTOR COMPANY WEST SIDE AGENCY
110! K tilli Nlrcet California and Alaska St.
Kenwood 0031 Waat 1474
BOY! BETTER PAGE
J. FULLER GLOOM!
MESSAGE FOR HIM!
niICAOO. Jan. 14 —A mil* lonf
train, mnatatlng of 100 ateel
freight ram load >4 with IM auto
inobiiaa valu<-4 at 131&.H9. re
cently paaaed thru thla Hty en
roula from lha Durant Motor com
pany. Naw York, lo Karl C. An
thony, Inc.. I<m Angalra. Accord
Ins to railway official*. <hla la
lha lariraat alngle tmmironUnenta]
•hlpment aver mart* The ahlp
mant weighed 1 Mt.&no pound*
I r«lght chargea amounted lo |f«.-
M».
NEW YORK to New Jaraey Tabtcla
tonne) la aipertad to be o|>enad about
January 1. I*2l.
OM.T YEAR when production of
motor vahlclea In tbla country
dropped waa 111 l
ALWAYS KEEP tha engine warm
First Place at the Show for
the Fourth Consecutive Year
For the fourth consecutive year Buick has been
awarded first choice of space at the National Auto
mobile Show. The figures on which this 1922
award was made proved Buick to be the largest
builder of six-cylinder cars in the world.
It is not what yoa pay-
It's what you get for what you pay.
When Better Automobiles Are Built—Buick Will Build litem
PACIFIC COAST PRICES
Effective January 1, 1922
Buick Fours —1922 Buick Sixes
S-Pbm. RM*l«r..fl,«BS ,rM "- ..91,590
&PIM. Taurine ..»1.0»S ir*m. Toortn« ..#l,«»0
XVmm. (oapo 91,495 I T\rftl IP**. To«rtof...»l3*o
SPm fT 1 tin fl.ff"" I llll^Tll I S-Pam. Coupe |2,ISS
_ \ V // 4-Piw. Coupe 53.350
Th«*e prte* P. O. B. Re- \QMw' i d... SmWi m 41K
•Ill's Mt uxludin* Mr . "
... 7-PaMk Vtlvi 92,M0
@
Harvard and East Pike East 0842
This store is open Saturdays—All Day!
Hears of Auto Club
Maps; Asks for 'Em
Th« Chambar of Commtrra of
Huntirrllle, Ala., ha* re«jue*trd a aat
of mapa from tha Automohlle rlub of
Waatern Washington to enable It to
e*tend Information to tourlate. Th«
atrip mapa of tha rlub are perhaps
tha teat of thalr kind to ba rompUtwl
for tourlat Information.
MY NEW YEAR'S
RESOLUTION
I win rlaan out tha crank caac
In my oar regularly.
I will do it at KKRftt'flON'll
Al TO DRY IKM K, where aar
vloa la KRKK—Where I can gat
tha ba»t of oil* on the market.
FERGUSON'S
"The 10-ai Service Htallon"
Kaat llWoti St.. bet. I?d and 214
Origin*! Aula Dry I>oH* la
Heat tie
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