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    The "Only" automobile was designed by Francois Richard in 1909. It was a one-cylinder with a 5" bore and a 10-inch stroke. It was claimed that it could get 30 miles per gallon with a top speed of 60 mph. The engine was under the hood of the two-seat roadster. that had a price tag of $700.. Three gentlemen by the name of Fred Edwards, Fred Seymour, and Henry Dickisens like the car\and organized the Only Motor Car Company, Port Jefferson, NY in 1909. A few were made until it closed down in 1910.

    The Starr Motor Car Company, Minneapolis, MN, was organized in late 1909 by Fred Starr who had previously worked for the White automobile company. Its slogan was the "Wise Men from the East followed the Starr,but the Wise Men from the West Rode in Them". In 1910, he indicated that he was moving his factory to Wisconsin, but it never happened. Evedintely there were not too many "Wise Men from the West ", because the company closed down that year after building only six cars.

    From the late 1870's, the United States Carriage Company, Columbus, OH.with Fred C. Meyers as president, had been specializing in manufacturing the very best horse-drawn vehicles that specialized in several models. They were the most widely known maker of these models throughout the Midwest. His youngest son, Frederick Meyers, took over at the turn of the century when his father died while an ecxended vacation to his homeland.

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