National Geographic : 1916 May
The FRANKLIN CAR ^ \---4i- IN the remarkable list of successful men who own and drive Franklin Cars there is an astonishing num ber of prominent physicians and surgeons. The busy doctor uses his car all the time. He is subject to emergency calls-needs to be sure of his car. A car that he can leave at the curb in cold weather without freezing, or drive hard on the hottest day with out boiling. He must have a car easy to get into and out of. One that he can ride in all day withoutfatigue. The typical Franklin owner, wheth erheisadoctorornot,isamanwho buys his car to use. If the average motorist drove hiscar a thousand miles or more a month, he would get a light on service, upkeep and dep reciation that would give him some real standardsfor judging motor car values. Every practical-minded motorist should read the new book, "Why the Average Motorist's Dollar is Shrinking." Send us your name on a postcard for a copy. FRANKLIN AUTOMOBILE COMPANY, Syracuse, N. Y. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."