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form opponents when Oub- for a good who did was first His American AUTOMOBILES. AUTOMOBILES. 1HI g ' I HO par cent, of satiiflei OWners. Licensed Under the Selden Patent, SILENT SIX $3,500 PERFECT SCORE In 312 Mile Reliability Contest; New York to Atlantic City and return. May 10-11, 1910. This means that for the entire distance of 312 miles, under the strictest competitive rules, the motor never missed a stroke, and a technical examination of the entire car proved it to be in as perfect condition as when it started. And the car had been driven 4,756 miles with a perfect SCOre, before entering the contest. Only 18 cars out of 40 contestants won perfect scores. Have You Tried To Hear It Run? Letters like the following, from all over the country, tell the true story of real motor car value. Detroit, Mich., May 17, 1910. Matheson Automobile Co.: My "Silent Six" 1910 Matheson car has arrived and has been taken to the garage from the car with its own power. The car is perfection in silence, power and operation, and is an astonishment to ail, right here in Detroit. Very truly yours, (Signed) W. P. Holliday. Note Mr. Holliday is president of the Central Savings Bank, and proprietor of the Holliday Box Co., of Detroit, Mich. A WIDE RANGE OF BODY EQUIPMENTS. 11BMC1.VSTHATII1.VS DY Al'POI.VT.'.'IC.VT. PROMPT DELIVERIES, Matheson Automobile Company HmW 1886-88 Broadway, N. Y, City J.