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Automotive News Briefs: April 26, 1914

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Automotive News Briefs: April 26, 1914

Farmers Will Take Many Cars.
The New York Times

It is estimated by automobile marketing authorities that people living outside large cities will but the majority of the motor car output this Spring.  Bumper crops in all sections of the country have put the rural population in a state of financial wealth.  Since the automobile has proved of such economic value to country life, farmers and residents of the smaller towns and cities are expected to buy thousands of cars this year.

To Inspect Many Grade Crossings.
The New York Times

An inspection of all grade crossings in Central New York will be made under the direction of the Automobile Club of Utica, and the data regarding them, together with photographs taken of each crossing from various angles, will be submitted to the Public Service Commission.  Recommendations will then be made that several of the most dangerous crossings be abolished.  This announcement was made at a meeting of motorists in Utica last week.

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