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tut nATT.V TAPTTAT, JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. SATURDAY. OCT. 21. 1916.
Modal 15-1 f. o.b.ToWo
t Model 85-4 f.o.b. Toledo
$795 rfi,ifdZ $795
You Ought to Own This Car
Its possession will enrich your life and the
lives of every member of your family.
The freedom and wider range of activity
made possible by such a car are worth
many times its price.
The price is by far the lowest at which so big
and fine and comfortable a car ever sold.
Big the wheelbase is 112 inches.
Fine it's a beautifully finished, luxurious can
Comfortable it has cantilever springs and
Model 85-6, 35-40 horsepower six cylinder
motor, 116-inch wheelbase $925.
Come in today we can't get them as fast as
we sell them so order yours right away.
D. MISNER, Agent, 245 South Commercial Street, Phone 97
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio
f'McU In V. S. A.'!
SEE US BEFORE THE
See you riding your Bicycle without a Light.
Its cheaper to buy a lamp than pay a fine.
We have a complete stock of Lamps, including
ELECTRIC CARBIDE AND ' OIL
See us before you buy for we can sell you a better
Lamp for Less Money.
Scott Sl Piper
Motorcycles, Bicycles, Sundries and Repairing.
252 State Street.
ilo this. Hp is deceived bv the Micel niihty forco of Labor, as stalwart wor
of the train, which does nut seem to bejkers busy theinselva upon their several
coining so very fast after all and he, tasks.
lifts into trouble. it's a splendid symphony of sight
"Ami the remarkable part of it is and sound. But is that all! Isn't thera
that these, fellows who cot hurt sel- something back of this big human drama
lorn have any real renson to be in a , v.e call industry; something that plays
hurry. In most cases they are driving an even more potent part in torturing
along with their families or friends, the unwilling steel-to serve our pur
with all the time in the world to spare poses f
and vet this fascination of beating! Let us look behind the scenes and find
the train over gets them. Advice oY-joiir answer. And the answer is Met
'plav it safe' is worth serious inward allurgy. .
digestion by all who drive cars, and' ia the very shadow of the grinding
particularly bv the motorist in his I processes that produce Maxwell cars
driving infancy. j" the Oakland avenue plant iu Detroit
"If you ever get stalled on a rail- is the metallurgical laboratory. It is a
road crossing and vour motor won 't grateful refuge from the denrcniug cla
start, vou can fall back on vour start-'"" of the taetoryr - A calm that is as
iiic system to mill you over, .lust 1 intense as the noise of the hammers ob-
throw her in high anil let the clutch in.
Overland Model 85
Four and Six
In Overland Model 8four or six
you get certain important advantages
over other cars of . similar price ad
vantages that are definite and tangible.
- Ton get an advantage in power.
The reserve power that comes from
ample motor size; the "snappy" power
that comes from large valves; the flexi
ble power that comes from a sure, not
spark at even the lowest speeds.
A steady, resistless flow of power
that yon "feel" the moment you toueh
the throttle, and that responds instantly
to every demand. . . . -
Yon get the' advantage in size.
A long wheelbase and a roomy body
that add much to the pride and satis
faction you take in your car.
You get an advantage in comfort.
For in addition to the long wheelbase
and roomy body you get large tires, with
their greater air-cushions; deep, soft
upholstery that rivals that of the moBt
expensive cars; and easy riding, shock
absorbing cantilever rear springs.
You get an advantage in convenience.
Electric control buttons on the steer
ing column right at your linger tips;
large pedals that are adjustible to your
reach; a smoothly-working clutch that
even a young girl can operate with
You get an advantage in appearance.
A long streamline body of pleasing
proportions and graceful lines, beauti
fully finished in rich Brewster green.
You get an advantage in complete
ness. A vacuum gasoline system; a one-man
top, with curtaiuH that fasten from in
side; a built-in, rain-vision, ventilating
windshield; demountable rims, with one
extra rim. You get a magnetic speedo-i
meter, an electric ammeter and an oil
indicator, grouped on the instrument
board, with an electric light to illumi
nate them at night.
Even though you consider these major
advantages alone, the price of the Over
land Model 85 four or six must itself
he counted an euormous advantage. For
in no other car of either type can you
get all these Overland advantages for
even a considerably price.
- This is because no other such cars are
produced on such a scale. More than
three hundred thousand cars will be
built by the Willys-Knight coinpnny
during the next year.
Eight now the production capacity is
one thousand cars per day.
This means economy in production
tnrougn vast Duying power, and through
specialized manufacturing methods.
nut in addition to all this:
You get an immense advantage in
Service that is always nt hand, wheth-
stop on your starter hard and keep your
foot right on it until you are In safety
on the other side."
NEW MOTORIST IS ADVISED.
Brains Behind the Brawn
In Maxwell Factories
This is mi age of inirucle-worl-.ing in
big business. Every day we hear stories
of' tremendous production in this or that
Industry. We mnrvel at the magic that
in one year sends out into the busy
world tnousauds upon thousands of mo
tor cars of a single make. We read
that this year the Maxwell Motor com
pany, inc., is making on average of -150
automobiles every day; that when the
veur is done. 120,000 ftlaxwell cms will
I fascination in them for the new driver.
I Newspaper accounts of motoring neeid;
"Always play It safe," is the advice ; ,., ou rnj,-ml crossings are of almost
of C. M. Meunes, Dort distributor anil , ... si., neeim-ence. Tlui storv is urnrtic- Imv heon nlnced on the market, and im.
manager oi the Northwestern Auto com- ully always the siune the occupants mediately our mind's eye conjures up n
paiiy, to the new motorist. "Most neel- killed or seriously injured because the j vision of the heroine effort that must
dents are the results of miscalculation J driver mien Imbued. . ' jbe necessary to accomplish such an un
on the driver's part. The inexperienced "If the motorist would bear in mind dertnking.
motorist is the fellow who usually goes that a train trnveliug 00 miles nil hour; We think of the mammoth factory
in the ditch because ho has not aequirej ' is really moving about HO feet n sec-; and its roaring furnaces, their great
the instinct or knack of knowing jmtlond, and thnt In the five seconds it will jaws dripping flame. We see the giant
the moment to swerve his steering ' take him to cross the tracks the train drop hammers banging away in cease
wheel or apply his brakes. j w ill have moved about two city blocks, , less clamor. We hear the monotonous
"Obviously dangerous as railroad ; he would md be so quick to rush his enr ilium of the drills and the staccato bent
crossings are, there seems to be a fatal jorer ahead But the motorist doesn't oJ n thousand hammers. We feel the
You Need Something In This List
Blow Out Chains
Have Been Reduced
V. C. Blackstone
33x4 . .
Other Sizes in Proportion
Ask to see the
Silver Beam Spotlight
GUMS AWO AMMUNITION
126 South Commercial Street
Icy-Hot Bottles .
tains. : Ji .i
Metallurgy a s.deuce that reaches
back into the dim ages, pre dating the
oldest village blacksmith shop plays n
part in the tig production; a part not
so dramatic, but even mure vital than
the iorccj engaged in shaping the steel
and turning the wood.
It is u science practiced on an advanc
ed scale ut the Maxwell plant, because
the builders of Maxwell motor cars
know that they cannot buy steel and
iron according to the reputation t)f a
mine. Not n scrap of mineral goes into
the Maxwell product tfeeause someone
else lias suid that it is good material.
Kverv ounce must stand the Maxwell
test, must come up to tho Maxwell
Every shipment of raw material is
given n most rigid examination, and
its ninny as forty -samples of steel am
subjected to a Critical analysis every
Samples of steel arc scrutinized thru
an instrument that magnifies the -sur
face from ten to one thousand times-
By this process the steel may be exanv
ned visually or it may be photographed
The instrument usod for this purpose
a I.citz-Wetzler camera, an intricate
device made is Itermany. Although it
magnification permits an enlargement
all the wuv from ten to one thousand
liumeter, it is seldom necessary to gu
above five hundred diameter in deter
mining whether the raw material is
The Maxwell laboratory also has it
own heating department. This is a
heat-treating apparatus iu miniature. It
is an electric furnace, in which a tem
perature of 2.208 degress Fahrenheit
may be attained, and Is used considerab
ly for experimental purposes.
A dozen experts divide the work be
tween the metallurgical and chemical
laboratories, the various grades of gaso
lino and lubricating oils being tested
in the chemical laboratory.
All the raw materials that go into
Maxwell construction ml Maxwell op
eration are subjected to the minutest
test in the chemical and metallurgical
laboratories. There you find eloquent
testimony of the infinite care that goes
into Maxwell construction..
We learn that an 'ancient science, it
after all, the guiding hand in the most
modern of industries; that no great pro
ductive business can look for permanent
success without exercising the strictest
surveillance over the materials that en
ter into the composition of its product.
The guns and drums of all the mighty
cohorts of Work are reinforced by cool,
calculating Science. Behind the Brawn
proval of the large corps of factory
womers, ottice employees and snlns
men employed by the company. Espec
ially in the case of factory workers the
insurance has been greatly appreciat
ed, as it often happens tliat they are
not in position to provide for those
dependent upon them in case of their
A glance nt the list of beneficiaries
designated is interesting from the
point of appreciation of this insurance.
For example, one woman has request
ed that the fiOO be distributed
amongst her seven children. Doubt
less, she fcols that ut least she has now
some small protection for those dear
to her in case their support is with?
drawn by reason of her death.
The John Bollman Company who
haw established this new scheme, are
large manufacturers of cigarettes in
San Francisco. This is in line with
the many other favorable working con
ditions for those employed by them
that they have embodied into their
new and modem plant.
A trip through this modern factory
with its spotless tile walls, its light,
cheerful working floors, rest rooms,
shower baths and restaurant facilities
is an education along industrial wel
Can you always depend upon your car to take you
when you want to go? Leave your car with us to be
overhauled and you need never worry about the going.
Expert mechanics always to care for you full line of
accessories, oils, greases, etc.
Great Western Garage
Opposite Court House
C. C. Simeral, Prop.
19 U model Ford Touring car,
equipped with the following:
8-day Auto Clock, Speedometer,
Master Vibrator, Muffler, Cut
out, Hndnes Rod Support, Rear
Truss Rod, Dean Regulite, Foot
Accelerator, Shock Absorber,
Electric Tail Light, Timer Brush,
and Oversized Kims in front; also
have two good casings, three in
ner tubes, compound pump, mid
jack. Tires now on car have run
2,001) miles; also huve nn oak de
livery body ns good as new that
goes w ith the car. If you are look
ing for a bargain, sec me within
the next 10 days at 301 Client
eketa street, Salem, Ore.
ijipi, mi vmi-tmvr
er you are near or far from home. You
will find an Overland denier ill practi
cally every city and town of impor
tance in this country. Close to five
thousand of them in all. And 'dealer
I here' means "service station", for it
is a part of every Overland dealer's
contract that he carry a supply of parts
ample for his territory.
It is satisfying service Bervice that
docs away with aggravating delays and
needless expense a service possible
in such completeness only because of
the increasing thousands of Overland
cars going into use in nil parts of the
land, day after day. The country is di
vided into twelve districts, each -with
its own Service Manager who devotes
his whole time and attention to per
fecting service in every town in that
territory. The Overland District Ser
vice Manager is right on the ground.
He sees that immense stocks of parts
are maintained nt convenient distribut
ing points throughout the district
stocks which include parts for every
Overland model that has ever been
It is economical service. Charges for
My combined brace and body
shock absorber for Ford cars
which sells for $3.."i0 regular,
will be placed oa the car for
t'1.30 this mouth only. A guar
antee goes with this attach
ment and Ford owners would
not be without one if they ever
have seen them iu use.
AUTO APPLIANCE CO.
361 CHXMEKETA ST.
Overland parts are reasonable because
the parts are produced economically in
large quantities in the largest siuglo
automobile fuctory w the world.
It is courteous service. At any Over
land service station you will find train
ed men who know your car thoroughly
men who are not only willing, but anx
ious, to give you any advice or assist
ance you may require.
And above all, it is permanent service
service that you can count on through
the life of your car service that ia
backed by an organization of practical
ly unlimited resources and unquestioned
No matter where you go there yo
will 'find Overland service the kind
of service yon want.
John Bollman Company
Insures Employes Free
In line.with modern efforts toward
welfare in working conditions, one pro
gressive manufacturer in San Fran
cisco has recently inaugurated a plan
of insuring the lives tf its employees,
free of any charge to them.
''Tudor this plan',' each employe of
the company is. asked to designate in
writing the person or persons he or she
wishes to become beneficiary In the
event of death. To such beneficiary,
this Company has agreed to par the
sura of .VH) in the eveut of the death
of the employee.
The plan has received the hearty ap-
Don't buy any car before finding out what
service you can get when you need itr
When you do need a'replaceme'ntparfj
you need it immediately not.tomorrow'
or in a few days, but atonce.
Remember this all Maxwell Jealers and
branches carry in stock a full supply of
Maxwell parts. If you have a minor mishap
and require a new part, the Maxwell dealer
can fix you up without delay
This is important Aslcnyexperiencedl
motorist. Maxwell Service is avital part
of the Maxwell Organization?
H(MtJrrr $590: TovHmg Ctr 1395; CHotM HtSlTov
Cr $91 S: StAlm J9S5. Fvtty tlulfet. Inrlmdmg
(tetlrfc JWKr mU Uflijf. All (rita .,. Omtom,
Halvorsen & Burns
MAXWELL SERVICE STATION
Corner High and Ferry Streets Phone 939