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Golden Valley chronicle. (Beach, Billings County, N.D.) 1905-1916, October 04, 1912, Image 7

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FREDERICK E. MURPHY AUTOMOBILE CO.
Northwestern Distributors,
Minneapolis, Minnesota.
GOLDEN VALLEY CHRONICLE, OCTOBER 4, 1912
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1913 MITCHELL ANNOUNCEMENT 1913
JJOT meant to be sensational but it can't be help
ed. The Mitchell-Lewis Motor Co. has to
maintain its reputation of "giving the most for the
money". These cars DO maintain it. They also create an absolutely new
set of values-judged from any viewpoint.
Like Mitchell cars of former years, these 1913 cars emphasize
Silence, Power, Strength, Safety, Dependability
and Long Stroke Motors
Prices $1500, $1850, $2500
jJ^JITCHELL MOTORS for 1913 are 3 3-4 by 6 and 4 1-4 by 7. Here is long stroke efficiency. You
..... never dreamed of such power at mpderate prices! No company would put out such motors unless they
KNEW they were right. The Mitchell cars were the pioneer long stroke cars in America. This com
pany know these motor sizes represent the maximum long stroke success. Cars are called 45, 50 and 60
horsepower. In reality they develope 53, 57 and 81 horsepower on block tests.
READ THESE 1913 "HIGH SPOTS" IN MITCHELL VALUE, SLOWLY AND CAREFULLY.
Electric Lights, Electric Starter, Bosch Ignition, Left Side Drive, Levers in Center, Fire
stone Quick Detachable, Demounted Rims with one Extra, Electric Horn, Adjustable Rain Vis
ion Windshield (built as part of the body—not an after thought), Long Wheelbases, 120, 132
and 144 inches, Big Wheels36by4, 36 by 41-2, Jones Speedometer, Double Drop Frame, bringing
car weight low,Long,Long, Clean Running Boards Caster Type Front Axel Timken Bearing in
front axle Three-quarter Eliptic Springs in rear Gasoline tank in rear with Automatic Air Pres
sure Turkish Upholstery 11 inches deep Special Mitchell Strapless Top of Silk Mohair, Storm cur
tainsand Dust Envelopes Non-Adjustable Stromberg Carburetor T-Head Motor Fully Enclosed
Nickel Trimmings Throughout Illuminated .Dash Tire Carrier Carpet on back of Front Seat
Robe rail, Foot rail, Complete tool outfit, Jack, Pump, Tire Repair Outfit Oil Guage Gasoline
Guage and Speedometer are set flush with Floorboard.
Models, Power and Prices.
5-pa88enger Four, 120-inch wheelbase, cylinders 4 1-4 by 7 inches, 45 h. p., gives 53 on block test
2-passenger Four, 120-inch wheelbase, cylinders 4 1-4 by 7 inches, 45 h. p., gives 53 on block test
5-pa88enger Six, 132-inch wheelbase, cylinders 3 3-4 by 6 inches, 50 h. p., gives 57 on block test
2-passenger Six, 132-inch wheelbase, cylinders 3,3-4 by 6 inches, 50 h. p., gives 57 on block test
7-pas8enger Six, 144-inch wheelbase, cylinders 4 1-4 by 7 inches, 60 h. p., gives 81 on block test
'J'HESF MITCHELL* CARS are the product of an eminent French designer, Sena Petard. French ideas
tempered to meet American demands—that's the computation. "Class", "Distinction", "Atmosphere",
"Style",—all fail to express the charms of these cars. Built by a thoroughly equipped American factory
with 78 profitable years of experience guarantee the Mitchell way given the honor of maintaining the superb
Mitchell reputation, and put on the market under this proud flag: "Made by the Largest Makers of Six
Cylinder Cars in the World"—that's the Mitchell line for 1913.
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