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The Sunday telegram. [volume] (Clarksburg, W. Va.) 1914-1927, March 05, 1916, SECOND SECTION, Image 15

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SECOND SECTION
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In 1913 Has Been Cleaned Up
and is in Good Running
Order Yet.
C"The offer of the Haynes Automobile
Company to trade one of its new
4Mght Twelve* automobiles in even
exchange for the oldest car that Is
running at the present time, is revealing
some interesting features In the
(histories of a number of motor cars,"
aid C. B. Cuppet, of Cuppct Brothers,
distributor for the Haynes 'Light Six.*
"The average owner uses a car for
three years and then replaces it with a
more modern type. Sold once, the adventures
and wanderings of a soundly
built motor car have just begun and
nothing short of a professional soothsayer
could approach foretelling the
future. One of the most unique letters
that the Haynes ronipany has received
came front an Ohio owner who
bought his car second hand but has
kept it in his possession for more than
ten years.
"In the year of 1913, water stood
three feet deep over the top of the car
for nearly ten days and when the
rains finally ceased, the mud covered
machine looked as thougn it wouia not
he -worth cleaning up. The owner refused
to junk the car and since that
time it has run thousands of miles over
rough river country roads. The car
has become a cherished member of the
household and provision has been
made In the owner's will that It will
bear him to his final resting place. 100
miles distant from his home. Through
the owner's efforts and ingenuity, the
car 1b modern in the face of its rather
antiquated appearance.
"A second letter of unusual interest
came from an Arizona prospector who
up until several months ago was using
his Haynes as an iron mule in prospecting
through the southwestern deserts.
Lately the machine has been
converted into a grocery delivery
I wagon.
"The Waynes owners who are farmers
in the middle west are waiting
only until the award is made before
installing the motor as a power source
In home made farm tractors. Several
motors that once moved cars that
ranked first in their time on Fifth ave
I nue ana Micmgan ouiyvuru mu nun
I I propelling launclies.
'Tho evidence plainly points to the
fact that well built gas engines are
capaible of unending service, and will
Inst practically as long as the owner
will replace wearing pnrts.
SUBMARINE
i Mystery Proves Quality of the
IWillard Automobile Storage
Battery.
A peculiar automobile accident recently
frightened many residents of
C (Houston, Tex., into believing that
some huge subterranean monster was
inhabiting the waters of Cedar Bayou,
a body of water near Houston. However,
it proved to be a wonderful example
of the quality and stability of
the Willard storage*, battery.
I According to despatches from Hous'
ton, a local resident, Ike Levin, was
crossing on the ferry with hlR machine,
on a duck hunting trip. Somebody
forgot to- tie the boat at the
I other side, and when Levin started
9. 1?1h mrttnn n?*Ann tmtnnv in rlnlvlnir ntf
I-| alio muiui jnvj'umiui j iu uiiiiiio %#|
i' "the power from the rear wheels kicked
j the boat backward arid sent the machine
forward Into the water. Levin
ft jumped, but the car sank into twelve
feet of water.
B It was very enrly In the morning
| and Levin bad his lights burning. As
I the car sank, the water for a long
distance took on a Bhimmery yellow
I look that located the machine's posl1]
tion when they'came to remove it.
U The water and air tight construction
of the battery prevented all mots
ture from entering the cells and kept
the tights burning brightly from Sunday
morning until Monday night, when
the car was towed ashore.
In This evidence backs up tho claims
of tho Wlllard people, who supply the
batteries used on eighty-five per ceni
of American makes of electrically
equipped cars, that tho construction
of their battery is not slighted to save
in production costs. It certainly is a
wonderful example of what real quality
means to the car owner.
SrKClAL COMJUSsIoNER'S S.VLe"
Uy virtuo of tho authority vested In roe
H us special commissioner by itn order made
by the circuit court of Harrison County.
"West Virginia, in a proceeding pending
lit said court upon attachment, in which
M I'earlmun Company, Incorporated, is plaintiff,
and MorrU Illmbaum, et als., nre de
fendants, 1 will on.
ItiATtjpUAY, MARCH 11TH, 101?.
at 1:30 o'clock P. M, sell, at the front
door of the court house of Harrison County,
West Virginia, In bulk, und as ono lot.
thirty-one thousand four hundred aud
I eighteen (31,-418) pounds of slue dross,
I which Is now stored at the plant of Pearlman
Company, Incorporated, ut the town
of North View, la Coal District, Harrison
\[^ County, West Virginia. Prospective pur
Ibf c-naiera may can uuu examine the propV
erty to U? Hold nt nny time.
TERMS OF SALE-l?att?.
Given under my bund Uila let day of
MatcH, A. D., 1016.
MELVIS" Q. SPERRY,
Special Commissioner.
State of "West Virginia.
County of llorrlaon. To-wlt:
I. 1. Wade Coffman, nerk of the circuit
court of HnrrUon County, West Virginia,
do certify that andvln 0. Sperry,
Special Com ml salo ner. In the abore atyted
suit, baa given bond aa required by the
order entered there!u.
1. WADE COFFMAX. Clerk.
When to Take ChnmberlaJn's Tablets
When* you feel dull and stupid after
eatlug.
When constipated or bilious.
When you have a sick headache.
When you have a sour stomach.
When you belch after eating.
When you have Indigestion.
When nervous or despondent.
When you have no relish for your
meals.
When your liver is torpid. . ^
Obtainable everywhere.?AdfW
THE STCOAY TELEGRAM, CLA1
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J America's
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|||| "Light Six." What other <
|p|< What other car runs under
f|??[ What other car can pick up
a standing start? What otl
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pj*|3 miles to a quart or oil? 1
HI DEVELOP MORE POWI
fgg EQUAL BORE AND STR(
the wheel of the Haynes "
||^| America's Greatest "Light !
IlKi! Amprira'? fireatpst "l.ifflit Si*"
1AIHVIIVH V V? V%%?W? VM?
Here's a car you're proud to own. Placed
alongside of cars of the very highest price
consideration the Haynes does not suffer by
comparison. Compared with cars in the
same price class, it gets a wide margin of
preference.
It's great to drive a car so graceful and
thoroughbred in appearance that you smile
Spg&s with pride every time you step in for a
jfiSSfl drive. There is real pleasure in owning a
car that will do more than the other fellow's
?a powerful car that is so easily controlled
that any woman can drive it?a car that
I will pull through hub-deep mud and up
the toughest hills on high without shifting
gears.
Garage 819 1
ft. Pike St. U
THE HAYNES AUTOMOBIU
KOKOMO, IND.
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&KSBTJRG, W. VA., SUNDAY, MARCH 5,
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; Greatest'
$1485
"LIGHT SIX" is no idle claim v
:ar is so flexible as to go one to s
all conditions, from 15 to 22 mi
i a speed of 30 miles per hour in se
ler big car will average 8,000 mile
[HE HAYNES MOTOR, WITH
R THAN ANY OTHER MOT
OKE. How could there be greal
Light Six," and you will quickly
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Specifications and Prices
"LIGHT SIX" "LIGHT TWELVE"
(Model 36) (Model 40)
Five-paaienger touring car Five-paaaenger louring car
or Ibree-poaaeiiger roadater. * or Ihree-paaeenger roadater.
Weight 3000 ibi. Wheel- Wheelhaie 121*. Weight
bt\ic 121*. 3100 lha. Wire Whecla.
Price $1485 Price $1885
(Model 37) (Model 41)
Seven-paaaenger louring car. Seven-paaaenger touring car.
Wheelbaae 127*. Weight Wheelbaae lZ7". Weight
3100 lba. 3200 tlba. Wire whecla.
Price $1585 Price, $1985
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i ne L.igm nix ana L.igiu i waive motor* are inter*
changeable. All model) are completely equipped, includ*
log aeat coven, oioto*melcr, ammeter, and all acceaaoriea.
. Let ua demonatrate the Haynei to you?actually SHOW
YOU WHAT IT WILL DO. Laat apring and aummer more
people wanted Haynea can than could get them. The aame will
be true tbia year. But placing your order now will inaure deliv
*y of your car when you want it,
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'Light Six" j| ;i
rhen applied to the Haynes J
ixty miles per hour on high? S I
iles on a gallon of gasoline? Jfi|| 1
ven and a half seconds from I
? to a set of tires, and 400 ,9
mn larrvrnn m / m* nm v
L-HJINL/LIO 3/2*3, WILL. ?ffl83 .J
OR OF ANY MAKE OF ?H ,M
ter efficiency? Get behind |j|i 11
understand why it is called |$|j I
America's Greatest "Light Twelve" B8. M
This beautiful new car is Haynes quality 3|?||j j
throughout. Behind its twelve purring cylin- jPmS
ders you get a joy of driving you have never jSsSgcj g
before known?just one long sweep, up hill, ;
down hill, everywhere, with no vibration.
It is a light-weight car containing a powerful, ?|S*| 1
smooth running twelve-cylinder motor which jSp? 1
actually1 develops seventy-live horse-power. jSHJi
This Master Motor is of the high-speed
type, with valve-in-head construction and ^Igjjp
removable cylinder heads. Aluminum pis- j
tons are used. The design is simple and all Sgf&i
parts are readily accessible. The motor rasEr j
is light, weighing but little more than the . sffigjg j
"Light Six" motor. It is powerful yet eco- glpS
nomical?absolutely the last word in auto
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