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OTHER SIZES PRICED IN PROPORTION
SMITH & WATKINS
Invite Us To Your Next Blow Out
MAKERS EVE TWO
If You Save This Page EarH W,-k You Will Have a Complete History of Man.
Body-- and Chassis Better
Vments Improve Appear
ance and Ability
1 In. emphasizInK the quality fea
tures t- their vix, cylinder car,
ilupmoblle executives are pointing
to-neru3 improrements which
serve, in their estimation, to bear
-ont JJieir contention that Hupmo
bile build3 the closest priced six on
Body features recently added
include color options, metal ball
back body for closed cars, cush
ions upholstered in genuine mo
hair, contrasting reveals around
all windows, and remote control
handles on closed cars. Genuine
plate glass is used throughout all
models, including that in the pat
ented vision-ventilatinff wind
shield. This, with i the narrow
pillar posts, r affords "clear "vision
Id every direction. -.
; Engine and chassis features in
clude manifold heater,, thermos
tat water control, lessening of the
tlzae necessary to bring the engine
to Its most efficient operating
temperature; vibration damper,
oil filter, gasoline filter attached
to thevacuum tank, and a mani
fold specially constructed to pro
vide equal gas distribution to all
cylinders under high turbulence,
during which the heavy particles
are thoroughly broken .up before
reaching the combustion, cham
bers. ' This ' manifold,.! with." the
heavy crankshaft and light piston
and connecting:, rod assembly,' act
ing In, conjunction with the vi
bration damper, promotes the un
usually smooth V. engine operation
throughout the car's entire speed
T Inside tba
grouping of all instruments under
one glass, indirectly lighted.- Driv- j
ing lights are controlled from the
top of the steering wheel, with" ex
tra bulb fitted in the headlights
for parking or driving on brightly
lighted streets. The manifold
heater is operated fdirectlv from
the dash. In addition to shorten
ing the warming up period it
greatly reduces crankcase dilution.
In grouping all dash gauges under
one glass, the dash-board is also
conveniently arranged for the oth
"The Hupmobile. Js a car that?
can be driven smoothly all day
long practically at top speed,"
says R. S. Cole, general sales man
ager. "It does its work right up
to the maximum without engine
labor. That is .something engin
eers have been striving for years
"We beiieve this Six Is square
ly in line with the public's concep
tion of a high-grade, modern, up-to-date
motor car; It is economi
cal to purchase and operate. We
have; achieved n it the- feature:
for wJhichr Hupmobile have been
widely known their ability to
stay oat' of service stations,-- Not
withstanding this " attribute, the
engine and chassis have been suc
cessfully designed for maximum
accesslbiliy and " ease of adjust
are but four vehicular bridges
crossing waters of the Great Lakes
system. This bridge will -be a
great convenience to motorists.
This Family Head Delights
in Many New Automobiles
George K. Schmidt, a bank pres
ident of Chicago, says his hobby
is new motor cars. He has four
children and five cars of the bet
ter type. His daughter and each
of his three sons has a car of his
or her own, and for general fam
ily use there is a big six sedan.
The notion of two cars to a fam
ily is becoming obsolete as to fam
ilies that can afford cars, and per
haps the time will come when in
the family being outfited individ
ually judicious management will
provide one for the cook. Motor
New Plant for Trucks
in Portland Progressing
PORTLAND, Or. (Special.)
Work has been progressing on the
new truck plant of the XVenfworth
& Inwin company ohr, 'th block
bounded by East First, vbregon.
East second and Pacific '.streets.
Tb.e building will cover the entire
block, 200 by 200 feet, and will,
be two stroies high. Its cost will
be approximately $125,000, and
it is said that upon its completion
it will be one of the finest truck
establishments on . the Pacific
coast., J. M. C. trucks are handl
ed by the firmr
Statistics Show Remarkable
Possibilities for Medium
. Priced Cars
With 2,700,000 families in the
United States now owning two or
more automobiles and with every
indication of a continued increase
in multiple car ownership, motor
car manufacturers are regarding
this fast-increasing "second car"
market with significance.
The influence of the two-car
family tendency is reflected this
year as never'before in automobile
body design, fittings and appoint
ments. Thjgre is no question, says E. H.
McCarty, general sales manager of
the Nash Motors company, "that
tire American public, accepting the
automobile as a practical and in
dispensable form of transporta
tion, is rapidly adopting the two-car-to-a-famlly
plan. Figures com
piled on this subject by the Na
tional - Automobile chamber of
commerce are interesting and il
luminating. They show that 10.
per cent of all families in America
own more than one car and that
18 per cent of all car owning fam
ilies in the United States have two
cars or more;
"This situation, while" itnerest
ing, is not at all remarkable.
Quick," convenient transportation
long since has become retognized
as a practical necessity in the mod
ern conduct of business, domestic
and secial affairs: Thousands of
families who have but one car. to
day are definitely planning on two
cars for the future. From dealer
reports- we' find that multiple car
ownership is by no means confin
ed to the larger centers or to any
particular section of the country."
Three new models just intro
duced by Nash Motors are design
ed to meet the "two-car" situa-
Ltion. each in its particular field
These are the new Aavancea six
J Coupe, with rumble seat, the new
Advanced Six Sport Touring mod
el, and the new Special Six- Cab
riolet with collapsible top and the
rumble seat. Reports from Nash
dealers indicate that many of the
models have been purchased by
families who have adopted the
two car plan.
225 and 250 a day, approximately
four times as great as in May.
1926. In the first ten days of
May Reo not only shipped more
passenger cars tnan in any run
month of 19 2, but actually ship
ped more cars ' than in the last
four months'of 1926.
There are more than 6,000 em
ployees on Reo's pay roll, approx
imately, 25 per cent above the
high mark for 1926.- For the
first time the monthly pay roll
has passed the million dollar
Output of Reo Car Four
Times That of Year Ago
DETROIT .(Special), Reo
Motor Car company's passenger
car production is running between
' ' "
Construction operations this year
stand a fine chance to break all
previous records.; Tnis is indicated
by statistics compiled : by . be As
sociated General Contractors of
America- ' .
Not only have r the "first four
months of 1927 set a' mark which
is well above any recorded by the
volume of operations' under way
during a similar period in any year .
on record, but observations show a
large amount of building is con
templated for the near future.
The volume of contracts award
ed -during March was the greatest
ever recorded for that month. As
a matter of fact, only one month
August, 192fc has reached a high
er figure in the past.
The March volume of contracts
awarded was 56 per cent greater
than the corresponding volume for
February and 10 per cent greater
than the figure on record for
Special significance is being at
tached to these figures by experts
who point to the fact that the vol
ume of operations recorded for
1926 was the greatest shown by
any previous year. .
The volume of contracts award
ed last month .reached the 260
level on a scale which places the
1913 average at lOO'as its basis.
The volume of awards made dur-.
Ing the .first three months of 1927
exceeded by 5 per ceni the volume
recorded during the corresponding
period in 1926. - '-
TPfinffo ILIfrellfleg San
. Stt Low rVkM
Touring ' 765
T"i fi it. OJUa,
with 4 -wheel brakes
,' ' " i
Tt most actlY Six in it price
class nimble in traffic powerful on
steep grades. Accelerates 10 to 23
faster from 5 to 25 miles per hour than .
its nearest competitors.
Lowest priced Six with 4-rned
Smooth, flexible power ex
ceptional .in proportion to weight,
makes the Whippet Six a joy to drive
all day and every day.
Easy handling steers with less
efiort because of roller pivot bearings.
Pins these features s Balloon
Tires; Snubbers; Low gravity center;
easy steering; Full pressure lubrica
tion; Narrow body posts; Adjustable
MacDONALD AUTO CO.
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Bridge Across Niagara, .
Will Unite Highways
The Canadian and United States
Highway systems are to be linked
ty.the Peace Bridge,, running from
Buffalo across the Niagara River
to. Canada, to be dedicated this
summer In celebration of 100 years
el" peace betwee n : ihe. countries
says The Highway Magazine. This
bridge will -be the only vehicular
crossing of any of the rivers of the
Great Lakes between Niagara Falls
and Duluth, and la fact from Du-
: lluth to the Gulf of St. Lawrence,
carta "noted the" distance of 2.000 miles, there
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