National Geographic : 1909 Sep
; u ,, 3' ~ \~i ";4~1 E *(Llr4 :10 :d ~?. . ,./ - -~ - The Escape from Worry Give us a winding road, a sky full of white floating clouds, a river and a bridge over which to rumble, a lake, blue and Sinviting, among green hills, an hour's run to dinner, and the sense of power and control at the wheel of a Rambler-and we will have no thought of business cares. With the < s there is added to the pleasure of touring the satisfaction of freedom from the worries of the road. The Rambler Offset Crank-Shaft makes this car silently powerful, capable of running at forty or three miles an hour on high speed, and climbing any hill with gratifying ease. The Rambler Spare Wheel saves the tiresome task of repairing and pumping up a tire, and can be substituted for the regular wheel within three minutes' time. RAMBLER AUTOMOBILES, $1,150 to $2,500 Thomas B. Jeffery & Company Main Officeand Factory: Kenosha, Wis. Branches and Distributing Agencies: Chicago, Milwaukee, Boston, Cleveland, New York, San Francisco. Representatives in all the leading cities. THE CAR OF STEADY SERVICE Your courtesy in mentioning the Magazine when writing will be appreciated 0C kip ^--*J^. y. .