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, PAGE TWO - ^ I LIGHTCAR I GREATE1 1 4 1 On a Gallon of Gasoline Than Do the Heavier Automobiles. Increase In the prico of gasoline during the last few months lias mado motor car owners and prospective I buyers turn attention more to the operative economy of the automobile than ever before, according to Cunningham Brothers, who are distributors of the Saxon motor cars hero. "When gasoline was selling for twelve cents a gallon, there was not much Interest In whether two or thrco miles more could bo gained on a single gallon." said Mr. Cunningham. "But with gas at double that figure | and higher, the question becomes of j vital importance. "In the operation of Saxon motor | cars, not only have factory tests and general road runs demonstrated that the Saxon offers a maximum amount1 ^^of powcuuid mileaaaon a mh^mum j ^^^KaRoiy^iihauniuysnPbut iUiiPbee^ ^MP") pertMBir exptfWW* nn(f^^ attested by many of the owners of Saxon cars in this neighborhood. "The high speed motors, in both the Toadster and six-cylinder models, have been designed with fuel ccononi) in mind and I think thnl this is one point most worthy of consideration. Consider that; Saxon roadster, for example, can be driven an average of thirty miles on a single gallon as opposed to the many other makes ot automobiles which are figured as using a gallon from eighteen to twentytwo miles of travel. "it meanB dollars and cents to the) motor car owner in a season's driving. Saxon cars offer not only economy in j gasoline, but they are also economi- j cal in the amount of oil required to j insure perfect lubrication. A pint, Ij lind. is nil that is needed fnr an nv. ! erage of 125 miles In my roadster anil the six-cylinder machines use only the proportion In excess of this that Is needed for a larger car. (f DodgeE motdi In their first Brothers mar emu. niai rvcicu cars which rs among the fi] ducers in the The gasoline consumpt The tire mileage ii The price of the Tourl complete is $785 ( Thompson ( UUAXKSBUi I Do not. wait 11nt.il the la: -SL Conic in today and sec sped our work shop to see Bloch -Parrish "Made in C] Pike Street. mmammmmjiMiBJSMw+iJ tiuwmci: I SAXON "SI*" has bearings throughi priced cars can bevel pears that ] tlon. It has twoan improved body rear seat; llnoleu nlng bonrds; yacl tires; 112 Inch w of top quality rel of Its Held In fe: price?is $815. ysv TaTarffaT/s v t a a ^UINININUltAr 338 Mechanic Street I T s'make i ? mileage "Tho light weight of the Saxon cars also Is economy In tiro cost. Weight, which also bears down on the tires and brings a big strain on I them at tho rim Is the most wearing thing. Light weight cars always t bring light tire expense. "Finally, there's the duruhlllty of the car; Its excellent construction that brings a minimum of general upkeep expense. Thai's unotlier big feature, generally not appreciated ex-1 cepl by the man who has hud big re- / pair bills to pay. Taking It all In all, r Saxon cars are not only moderate In 1 price, but they stand hard wear nt a ( low cost of maintenance." t | Bad Weather $ ] Halts Games ?1 M?m<smc~r-'ma&f^sr&isfsssmss&. t i JKaSH-IXLTON. April 8.?Phlladel- B |>TO ,sa iona is-Washington American a game called ofr, rain. ST. LOUIS. April 8.?St. Louis Americans-St. Louis . .ationaLs, called off, cold. C OOLOMCUS. 0.. April 8.?Columbus ( American Association-Ohio Slate Uni-ij vcralty game called off, snow. : H !r ICs'OIAiMAPOLlS, April 8.?Indianap- 1 oils American Association-Pittsburg j Nationals, called off, snow. t MEMPHIS, Tenn., April 8.?Chicago 'I Nationals-Memphis Southern Assoeia-1 tlon, wet grounds. 1 RICHMOND, Va.. April 8.?Phlladel-1 S phia Americans-Uichmond Interna-! a tlonals called off; cold weather. KANSAS CITY, Mo., April 8.?Detroit American-Kansas City American Association game called ofT; cold j weather. 1? Y Irqthers 1 CAR year Doclge mfactured \l a volume of inked them jj, rst four pro- 1 world. i ion is unusiinllv low ! i ? ? Ji < unusually high I q Ing Car or Roadster f . o. b. Detroit) * Parage Co. IG, W. VA. ! n f SSSL. 11 - st minute to order that rvnri I Ill the latest patterns and in- B how they are made. Tailoring Co. I larksbuxg." Masonic Temple l|! ?iwr ' i ii iii >? m iiiiiim an? i ?? i i Timlten axles and full Tlmkcn ' out the chanslB. Evan far higherboasl no better. It has helical lave eliminated all nolac and frlcunlt starting and lighting system; finish of ever-new lustre; roomier im covered, aluminum bound runit-llne design; 32 lncli by 3V4 Inch heelbase; and nearly a score more Inements. You'll find It the class itures and perlormance. And Its Come In and see the Saxon "Six." A BROTHERS Bell Phone 9074. fiwtifrrti&rtl Iflfeft'tl'- vyV.vi. /-i ;., "4 .1! ... I > HE SUNDAY TELEGRAM lECORDS ARI IN OVER.LA $1,350 A WEEK ' :or Frank Gotch if He Signs a Contract for Bout with ' Stetcher, \ It HUMBOLT, Ia., April 8?Frank 1 V. Ootch ami his family have just ar- r Iveil from California, where he has >een nlnce January, wrestling an<l * letting in shape for hia contract of < hlrty weeke with the Hells-Floto hows. beginning April IB. Ootch will rpcelve 81,100 per week c ind expenses, and 81,350 a week If c le contracts to wrestle Stccher. It < h nlruAst n foregone conclusion that l ic will. Champion Wlllard also ap- r lonrs on a contract bnsls. Ootch Is busy looking after his ' arge farms here, planning the sea en's work. lie appctfrs In excellent t hape and spirits. c r McUIMVK.IY WINS. ' , ( v pssociatcb pbibbi PITTSBUIIG, April 8?Perry Me- * lllllvray of the Illinois Athletic '' 'lub of Chlcngo. won the 100-yard 0 National American Amateur Union wltnntlng championship here to- J light. His time was 50 1-5 seconds. Juke Kahanomku, of Honolulu, fin- a shed second nnd Arthur Ralthel, or1] he Illinois Athletic Club third. |'J 11 TCiKItS WIOI'I'ITOIIKR OLDHAM. DETROIT. Mich., April 8?Detroit I ias released Pitcher Kcd Oldham to inn Francisco under an optional igrecment. S>0\V IS FALLING. CXHX^rBUsV'al'Tp'r "'s.?A 1 Ight mow which started (ailing early thin nornlng was still continuing tonight, lore than three Inches had fallen here, riie Bnow wjih general over central Dhlo. In northeastern Ohio, the fall vas heavier, a depth of nix inches bong reported at Y oungstown. ^ RECORD TIME. AUSTIN,*Tex..CArilFramo, of he University of Texas, ran the mndred yard dash In 9 3-5 seconds n a triple meet here today. r t RAIN" HALTS GAME. ? The snow of Friday night coupled i rlth the rain and cold weather of' J1 lalurday prevented the playing of the 11 nine between the Washington Irving c id Shinnston high school basketball s mil at Norwood park Saturday af- 11 ernoon. Hundreds of local fans were * ;ccnly disappointed as they had count-; f; d upon seeing the local high team; . ake the game from the visitors. 1 , T.'R.NTSHES DATA OX 11.9S0 NAGS. j ' The color, sex and sire of 11,980 ? lorses are given in the Win race and \ Eligibility book issued by the National i \, ^rotting Association. The statistics s over all horses which have acquired c rinraces from 1912 to 1915. It takes J 35 pages to give the "dope" on the c ings. j c ,t I>EL GAINOR RETIRES. ' ^ ! c BOSTON*. April 8.?According to adIces received from Blkins, W. Va., v )el Gainor. the Red Sox utility first ( C laseman, has decided to quit the game i or good. It is said that he has been s nade paymaster of the West Virginia ; 'entral railroad. v It had been planned by Carrlgan to, ise Gainor against left handers this eason. | PKNN TO PLAY WESLEY AW PHILADBLHH1A, Pa.. April 8.?'The | iddition of a game with West Virginia Wesleyan to the University of Pennsylvania's football schedule has ? >een approved by the board of direcors of the athletic association. The contest will be played on Franklin leld iXovember 25. It was also dc'dled to raise basketball to the ratinr >f a major sport. BLOOMERS SIGN* MIKE SIMON*. BLOOMINGTON, 111.. AdhI 8.? Mike Simon, catcher with the Brookyn Federals last year and formerly with the Pittsburg Pirates, has been dgned by Bloom Ington. Simons start?d hla professional career "with Cedar Rapids of the Three Eye League. CLEVELAND MEN RELEASED. CLEVELAND. O., April 8?Secrclary Robert McRoy of the Cleveland club has announced that two players had been sent to the minors from the Indian squad now in training at New 3rleans. They are Fred Thomas, h'rd baseman, sent to New Orleans, and A1 Collamore, pitcher, sent to Portland, Ore. LOUISIANA WINS. (|?v ASSOCIATED PRK?t> BATON ROGUE. La.. April 8? Louisiana State University defeated fho University of Illinois In a fast ind excltin^ganie og baseball here today by the score of <4 to 3. MEMPHIS GETS PAVLETTE. MEMPHIS. Tonn., April S?Gene paillette. lint oaseman, last season with Nashville of the Southern Association. was obtained today by Memphis from the St. Loui* Browns. OAMK CALLED OFF. ( V ASSOCIATED PRESS) ITU XTIXGTON, April 8.?The third Marshall-Weslcynn baseball game was called off today on account of rain and snow. Rady & Deem Co. Tailors and Gleaners Both Fbones, Gore Bldg. , 1 ' > . n.ARKSBOKG, VV. YA., DBR-OKENI ND OUTPUT \nd the Shipping Record Last Three Month Shows Re markable Development. It wan disclosed In a report subnltted by officials of the company to ohn N. Willy a, president of the [ Vlllys-Overland Company, Saturday; hat nil previous production records md been broken at the close of buslicbs March 31. This three months' statement hows a toal or 47,405 cars Manufactured and shipped. The month of March JUBt passed eads with a total of nearly 20,000 ars?19,780 to be exact. This Is. oinpared with the March, 191.1, pro-' luotlon of 7,005 cars and shows a :atn of 12,775 cars In the single* nonlh. Still more remarkable Is the fact1 hat the number of cars shipped In, he three months' period, January 1 o Mnrch 31, comes within 1,000 i ars of equalling the entire yearly iroductlon of 1914. In the twelve months' time with nereaseil manufacturing facilities, reduction figures are nearly trebled,: manufacturing and marketing chlevcment tliat has yet to be mialed In any Industry. The report of the first quarter hows them maintaining a produclon schedule of 200,000 Overland nd Wlllys-Knlcht cars for 1915, and larks a new era In the quantity pronation of cars of this clasB and t irirr?_ 10 JOKE ABOUT 1 FRED FULTON'S $50,00960013, I Jommission Gets Copy of the c Contract?Meets Reech, Coffey and Moran. ti CHICAGO, April 8.?Mike Collins, p nanager of Fred Fulton, the Roches- * er giant .who is casting longing eyes .t the crown worn by Jess Wlllard, Bn't the most experienced manager n the game. Mike knows It, and so 10 some of the wise guys who mingle n the fistic fraternity, but these c haps, who don't hesitate to "hang n omething" on an unsophisticated 11 erson, haven't had a chance to slip s nything over on Michael to date. Jollins has beaten them to it, showng that he is a pretty astute manager >y signing a contract with a New j, fork syndicate, which will bay Ful. on $50,000 for making three battles. g Collins, who has returned from sew York, where he went to arrange match with Jim Cogey, picked up a >etter proposition in the series of * touts. The contract, made with a f; yndicate headed by John J. Mack o alls for the Rochester giant to meet p 11 Reich on April 28. Jim Coffey on d ?r about June 1., and Frank Moran o >n or about July i. Official notice of n hese matches was given to the New 'ork boxing commission by the syndlate recently. If Fulton wins all these bouts, he rill be matched next fall to scrap Champion Jess Willard for the title, ? f the signature of the big boss can be b ecured According to the contract Fulton, irho seems to have grown into a big Irawing card, is to receive $6,000 or boxing Reich; $8,000 for scrapdng Coffee and $10,000 for battling! ( rloran. Whether the last two matches ; _ rill be fought depends on the Roches- j " er man's showing against Reich. If j t le is successful the percentage will: >e arranged so that the Minnesota! s ighter will receive $50,000 for thejo I ff I comfor ways c THE GENT FOURTH CLARKSBURG'S a i vrr\K/er\r?T MU 1 UlViUDI All voltages Ford lie; < Nitrogen II Welch-Smith 232 Court St. % suhjday, ajkkll 9, 1916. i h /*\ r.i iqap c 1198-0 Ff I g| C-II98-C Can you Imagine anything mo: TURKS for $26.50, wired complete i In order to sell you this coinple titles. We will allow your car fare The I'opular "Quality" line of select from. Simmons P 000 IV. PIKE ST. HATCHINGS THE BOO Light Occupations. Waiting lor William J. Bryan to l nllst in the army. Dressmaker for Eve. / Extracting teeth from the mouth of lio Mississippi river. Looking for Theodore Roosevelt's c lcture on the walls of President Will- . on's private office. Cutting corns from the foot of a hill. Almost n Riot. (From the Wheeling Register.) Attorney Miss Jeannette Mills reatod a furore In the court'room this torning when she walked In dressed s a fashionable hat and high heel hoes. Wasted Energy. .trying xo enrorce me pronioiuon aw in Wheeling. Spreading Ully doctrine among ;ood West Virginia Republicans. Filled with that same patriotism rhlch nerved three million of our foreathers, etc.. we hereby offer a reward f seven beautiful hand-painted onion lants to the person who delivers the cad body of Francisco Villa to this fBce. It is stipulated that the body lust not be mutilated. A Versatile Animal. (From the Lincoln, 111., Star.) Harry Mahan. of Covel, has bought cow and is now supplying bis neighiors with butter and fresh eggs. ^FAMOUS COMEBACKS. Oh, is that so? In Leap Year. From Hazzard, Ky.. Mountain Star.) j hree contests. Collins has posted $1,000 and the1 yndicate $2,000 with Tom Andrews! if Milwaukee as guarantees. erVice! Woolens are selected rvloo first, they are 1 tor Service, and they \rvloe. ervloe we mean wear, I t and style that is alorrect. - : EEL SHOP STREET BEST TAILORS LE LAMPS All sines idlig-Lts eadliglits. Electric Co. Clarksburg. W. Va. m r- I1 C-ll9fl-C re reasonable than this complete s< as shown? te set for the above price, It was ne up to one hundred miles, on all sat electric and combination lighting 11: lambing ?> E I FROM BY HATCH The bride Is an aggressive young ady. FAMOUS SATISGS. The home team Is In the pink of :ondltlon. a >0 | Uonsi YOU want a serve you want to kno be relied upon d: You want high m gasoline and fret and readjustment these things, no1 continuously?da | On these qualit made good. It h: When the Maxwe set the World's I Mileage Record s travelled for 44 cc ' nights and its pei sistent. It went about every day. It w fraction of 22 mil I of gasoline. It w tance of 22,000 ir ther than you w years?without a Ijustments. Jtver (two sets) went miles and the oth shape. For com bility this record we ever heard of. You can get a duplicate of th< stock car, on th plan we have p H have to do is tc (payment, then 1 pay the balance unusual value of gether with our ? j of purchase, is b our allotment of Better make you SH delivery later if j Touring Car, $651 ICUPPBT i SID Wei Cons. 170. DISTRIBl *? N. SECOND SECTION ?? i ^ CII98-A W--=F/ !t or "QUALITY" LIGHTING FIXcessary for us to buy in large quanes amounting to 525.00. mures. More tluin 000 designs to lectric Co. CLAJtKSBCRG, W. VA. PROTECTION AGAINST BOMBS. STOCKHOLM, Sweden, April 8.? A private conimittoe has been formed hero which intends to provide 700,000 kronen for the protection of Stockholm against air attack. The committee has prepared a plan of the necessary defenses, including batteries of anti-aircraft guns on the hills around Stockholm and a fleet of twenty defensive aeroplanes. Fifty vocations are taught in the United States navy. stency J Q motor car that will ] V consistently. You w that your car can ly in and day out. ileage per gallon of 3 :dom from repairs fcs. And you want : occasionally, but | y after day. ies the Maxwell has is proved its worth, ill stock touring car ijj T\^rvfr?r w i short time ago it 1 msecutive days and -formance was con- ' 500 miles each and rent within a small es to every gallon ent the whole-disliles?probably furould travel in two | ny repairs or read- B y one of eight tires just about 9,800 1 ers finished in good ? sistency and relia- B far excels anything i Maxwell, an exact 5 record breaking e partial payment erfected. All you 5 make the initial take the car and as you ride. The ' the Maxwell, toiasy payment plan j - J -J-* '? -a m uuiiu w uisposc or cars very quickly. I r reservation now, I 'ou prefer. 3. Roadster, $635 I V 0. B. Detroit BROTHERS, it st Pike St, U Bell 14T0-J, I itors for i 4 e,