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GarS worth seeing at the UllHHHnMliA Appersori "Jackrabbits" Ono score of years ago the Apperson Brothers hutlt their first gasoline buggy. Since then they have designed and constructed more than fifty different arid distinct models of motor cars. Eaoh and every . ., -1 V. n kun nn ImniVIVAa merit, over It predecessor, until this year the Twentieth Anniversary Models ore the very nignest proauci u i" rosmuio iu onv.nu. App erson Jackrabbit Auto Co., 1206 Farnam Street. Buick Automobiles A nulck RUtom6bllo must ho ho built that It will, at nil times and under alt circumstances, give the owner uninterrupted use of h s Investment. No matter what Its price, a Uulck car must, and will, alvo the maximum of that service for which It was Intended, and must bear Its proportion of the responsibility of maintaining that high prestlRo which Rulck cars havo attained. Nebraska Buick Auto Co., 1914 Farnam Street. Hupmobile "32 A striking example of straight line symmetry, tho Kour-pasHonger 3J-horso-power model has power to spare for hill climbing and rough going In country driving; for congested city travel, a flexible throttlo of from four to fifty miles an hour. Its low center of gravity, perfect balance, comfortably tilted Heats, spe cial rear axle construction and springs, mako It wonderfully easy riding. Priced at I97B and fully equipped. , , ... A long-looked for car of moderato prlco, that will hold the whole family s the Slx-passenger "32" Touring Car. Its added carrying burden Is well within the power and capabilities of tho long-stroke 3Ux5',4-lnch motor. W. L. Huffman Automobile Co., 1814-16 Farnam Street Velie The most'notlceablo advancement for 1013 noaHon In tho Voile car is the adoption of the Oray and Davis electrlo self-cranking mechanism . It differs in two Important respects from other electric starters In that tho generator and Uio motor aro separate units, each designed for Its particular requirements. Left hand drive with center control has been adopted as tho only satisfactory solution of the driving problem with the present vestlbulcd cars. John Deere Plow Co., 10th and Howard Sts. Jackson "Sultanic" Six 55 horse-power: unit power plant; six cylinder, long stroke, motor 4Hx4i inches! 188-Inch wheelbase; 36x4V4-lnch tires. Full elliptic springs, lront ami rear. Deep roomy body with 10-lnnh upholstery. Gasoline tank under dusli sup plied from storage tank at rear, with pressure pump. Total capacity, twenty gal lons. Electlo starter, olectrlc dynamo and lighting system, molmlr'top, top hooii, ventilating wind-shield, speedometer, oil and gasoline gauges on dash., demount able wheels, extra wheel, wheel carrier, robe rail, foot rost. pump. Jock, tiro out fit and tools. Trimmings, black and nlckol. Tho perfection of motor cars and the price only $3,500. Pioneer Implement Co., Council Bluffs, Iowa. Studebaker "35 In considering tho Studebaker "35" notlco first that this Is a slx-passenger car,, with two seats of tho disappearing, collapslblo typo. The body is long and handBome. the upholstering rich, and tho cushions so deep and comfortable that it seems incredible that they can be placed on a $1,290 car. Tho Wagner electric self-starter Is simple In operation: has nothing to get out of order, and will turn the motor 80 revolutions per minute for 31 mlnuto.. For power there Is a long stroke full 35 horsepower motor. E. R. Wilson Automobile Co., 2010-12-14 Harney Street. Franklin Motmr Cars These are the advantages Franklin owners havo over owners of other cars. Kqulpped with KntE electric starting and lighting system. Averugo of 400 miles per gallon of oil with no smoke. Travels 20 to 35 farther per gallon of gasoline than any other car of the sanle size. No freezing; no overheating troubles; Freedom from cooling difficulties every day In tho year. Average ot 8,000 to 10.000 miles per set of tires. Rides tho easiest affording real comfort on tours of 200 to 300 miles per day. Last tho longest, jflving 6 to 8 yearB ot service to owners. Guy L. Smith, 2205-7 Farnam Street. Locomobile Importations of foreign cars, at one time extensive, have dwindled almost to nothing, owing to the high development of the leading American cars. Of the four makes principally contributing to this change, tho Locomobile has always had the highest reputation for reliability. Its strength and safety have ranked It as the "Best Built, Car in America." Drummond Motor Co., 26th and Farnam Streets. Regal Underslung See the Regal car with its much talked of safety undersllng construction. Into the design, workmanship and materials, tho builders havo concentrated all past experience, in addition to the improvements which by every "down to tho minute" test and the best engineering practice havo provod desirable. When this car Is compared, Inch by Inch, there will be discovered a value ul $1,350 which will affirm Immediately tho assertion that the new Regal Model C" is "the car of the year." The T. G. Northwall Co., 914 Jones Street. New Hudson "37" Electrlo self-cranking and electric lights. You need know nothing about an automobllo to appreciate the luxury and comfort of the HUDSON "37." You never sat, in a more comfortable seat. You never rested on easier, softer cushions. They are 12 Inches deep Turkish type. The highest development of automobllo building Is expressed in this cur. You start tne car irom me seal. is operaiou eieciricuuy iy luuciuug u electrlo button ana pressing me ciuicu neuai, In short all. the 'convenience, reliability and perfection known to the automo bile world is embodied in tnis i,so car, Guy L. Smith, 220S-S Farnam Street. 4 I -'.'4 X i8mSB& I B I IB