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THE OrGOM SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, ' SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 5. 1903.
Representative of reserve power. 'Record-breakers for economy. Leaders in mechani-
Imitated and envied models of beauty
feature is found on these cars.
These 1907 Models Have Been Refined, Perfected,
Simplified, Lightened, Strengthened and Beautified '
; j; THE CHROME NICKEL 7 "
Shaft-Drive Runabout1 i -. v . .' iv. . 'f $1800 --: v'4h xC ' ?V Xy)' T.-.T ".:'' ;
11 ' Krtiir.rVTirvW T loll- Tniirirnr Par 1f ' . . 1 -JT .
gfi- . f - .
Four-Cylindfer Touring Car . . $2800
Six-Cylinder, Touring Car . . . . . . . $4000
The only successful air-cooled Car manufactured; ,
'",1907 improvements constitute refinements-.. The ,
) engine ana enure car. is quiei, Doay .more spacious, .
? Jonger wheel base allowing wider 'doors ; larger - v
j; wheels, giving extreme ground clearance; appoint
ments are upto-date, brakes more effective, con-
: trol is simplified; the change-gear quadrant is so '
arraiiued that you cannorTnakeaisTalcerlJacir
p . . . 1
theserelatiyeJY-minor improvements are the un
. changed prime foundation principles of engineer- V
in g andTconstnictfon" which carried a FranTdln car
cnuCyimdet40rHr-PTouring Car Price,1 r
fully equipped . . . . ... ...... ;.V. . . .... $2750
The Oldsmobile needs no introduction to pur
j-eadersl Huridreds-of-them are in4aily usein the
Northwest. The Olds Motor AVorks are confining
practically their entire output to this model. This "
Car made such a phenomenal record in the GHdden ?
tour-and'other road events last season that the en?
tire factory one of the largest in the United
States- is devoted to the building of this Car. In
' from San , Francisco to' New York in -15 days, 2 "
- , hours and 12 minutes, and from Chicago lo New
York in 56 hours. and.52jminutes rworld's records L
'"unparalleled and unapproachable. ; Also winner of
" the two-gallon economy contest nearly 100 miles
- on two gallons of gasoline. :
Price, Fully Equipped, $4250
Chroine "Nickel . Steel construction throughout; selective gear, four speeds, 6 to 60
miles an hour on high gear, mechanical valves, multiple metal disc clutch
Deutsche Waff en Fabrik Bearings. A partial list of the owners driving Fope io
ledos last season a complete list can be had for the asking; also copies of let
ters of recommendation no better references than -these note the prominence
these partie5;t"'.rrtt;r-- f""r --
refined, affording it a handsomely designed body. "
Larger wheela,. more horsg-powgr, - more ronmy
tonneau and a few minor details constitute 4thT im
provements for 1907. ' . - V 'r-
"SZTL. . Perkins, owner and editor Tacoma"
Ledger and several other daily papers.
Chester Thorne, banker, Taconuu: , h
T. B. Wallace, capitalistTacoma. '
A. Baillie, manager Balfour, - Guthrie Co.,
:.. Tacoma. ' , - '
C' J. Lord, banker, Olympia. ,'. ....
E. W. Purdy, banker, Bellingham.
S. J. Craft, capitalist, Bellingham.
W. L. Thompson, banker, Pendleton.
George Dodson, capitalist. Spokane. .
H. Krutz, banker, Seattle.
A. L. Cobb,; capitalist. Seattle. .
Gl W. Ruckman, capitalist, Seattle.
E. J. B. Yeon, capitalist, Portland.
H. W. Goode, President Electric Light &
Power Co, Portland.
P. Buehner, manager Eastern & Western
Lumber Co, Portland.
Gay Lombard, capitalist, Portland.
L. Q. S wetland, merchant, Portland.
G. H. Kleiser, merchant, Portland. .
James A. Gowanlock, Secretary Portland Iron -..Works,
' 22 H.-P. Touring Car .... . . . $1250
- - 22 H.-P. Runabout Vl . . . . . . $1150 r
' r; The many hill-climbing, racing and .endurance cotv
tests won by Buick Cars are an eloquent indication
i'i of their worth. Simplicity, accessibility and dura
!';. bility combine in this Car. to make it supreme inr
its class.. Three carloads now in transit. We so'
licit:an .opportunity .to demonstrate-
; Our stock of Alotor Cars afford the greatest selection to be had in the North-
rV-tV' west, and owing to our unparalleled facilities for taking care of machines, our re- f
v V ; sources, experience ana permanence in inc Dusmess, you may De assurea inai l.
is. f dealings with us. will be safe and satisfactory.-- ; - ': :- . C ' ' .
' ; These different lines were not decided upon from reading advertisements or
; jrom pnotograpns, dui is me aireci rcsuu oi two monins oi.careiui invesiigaiion
- - ind research throughout the .'Automobile Factories of the United States by Mr."
i Keats. When such old, experienced drivers as .H. Wemme, the pioneer Auto-
mobile owner of the Pacific Coast; C.J. Cook, M. H. Insley, Lewis Russell, E.
J.'B. Yeon and William F. Lipman, place their orders with us for 1907 Cars,
' there shoujd be ,no question about the superiority. ,We have orders on pur files
now for 133 .Machines... Come into our office and see the list.
4"Four-Cylinder Runabout ............ $2750
?our-CyIindeTTouring'Car $2750 .
A very stylish, moderate-sized Car, with features '
entirely original an ideal Car where the owner
wishes to drive. ' Well adapted for touring pur,
poses. Selective type non-stripping gear trans- '
mission, three speeds forward, control stationary,
roomy tonneau. Motor has mechanical valves and
all gear enclosed," running' in oil; 34x4 wheels;
.wheeLl)ase.ll2j inches. . " ' ' . '
Distributors for Oregon, Washington, and Idaho
ers : Seventh and Oak Strests, - Portland
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