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“BCY TODAY—ALMOST A TEAK TO PAY.'
$50 Cash-—$25 Monthly
Buys An Atco Automobile
On Easy Monthly Pay
ments
fifty Cmr Abtola’ely
Cutramtetd
.1*H Atco Rebuilt Pleasure Cars—MTS to $800.
^ Touring Cars. Runabouts and Roadsters. '
Sm» Atco Rebuilt Truck* ud UeUtcrj Autos—|4M to $1,050.
7 Different Stylo Bodies.
Row 1913 Atco-Detroit Pleoanre Antes $980 to $1,0.59.
Touring Cars. Runabout* and Roadsters.
^ALL ATCO CARS ARB FULLY
BQCIPPKD.
Illustrated Catalogs Free on Re
quest of 1913 Atco Rebuilt Plea*- ,
ure Cars. 1913 Atco Rebuilt Com
turclal Truck* and Delivery Antes
and Near 1913 Atco-Detrolt Auto
mobiles.
AUTO TRADING CO., he., of mtsewiffl. pa 1
J>. »' REPRESENTED BY i > V
The Auto Sales & Service Co.. 1525 ( hapline St., Wheeling
and W. H. Ogle, Moundsville.
“It’s the mechanical wonder of the
age!” You can’t buy the Ford i
mechanical features in any other
car—at any price. That’s one rea
son why you must get yours now
if you want to drive “the mechan
ical wonder of the age” this sea
son.
“Everybody is driving a Ford" more
than 200.000 in service. New prices
runabout $525—touring car $600 -
town car $800 -with all equipment,
f. o. b. Detroit. Get particulars from
A. W. Loe & Co.
22 South Broadway
National Phones 64 and 1019-M.
The Cadillac system of inspection ls so exacting
,h«* It practically precludes the possibility of an
Imperfect part being Incorporated In the car so far
as can be detected by the most accurate measuring
Instruments known to engineering science. From
the time the raw materials reach the warehouse
until they leave the plant In the finished product
they are under the scrutiny of a corps of experts
' trained In accordance with standards of the Cadil
lac organization. This Inspection extends to the
smallest pieces. Including nuts, bolts and screws
ENGINEERING & EQUIPMENT C O.,
58 Eighteenth St Wheeling. W. Va.
WHY BUY A CHEAP CAR? ;
We offer for sale rebuilt cars of the highest J
grade. We have all styles and models. |J
WOODSDALE MOTOR CAR CO. |j
Distributor* of
(HALW.RS AMD PIERCE-ARROV*. CARS J
Roth Phones 2*1 Altenheim #
WHEELING, W. VA. \
On the National Road ^
Michelin Tires
WH HAVE A FIJI I, sifx;k OF
TIRES ANF) 11 iHES, IFIF REST M \l)|;.
OIVF: THEM A TRIAI..
Steenrod Auto Supply Co.
M\ I031R 1510 MAIN STREET N«t. 14A7-W
DIRECTORS TO HOLD
MEETING TUESDAY
MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN FOR
OHIO VALLEY AUTO CLUB
Secretary Byrum Reporta Membership
Is Increasing—Albert Guyot Enter*
Big Race—Other News.
- Secretary Ralston By rum baa an
nounced a meeting of the new di
rectors of the Ohio Vall»y Automobile
club to be held Tuesday at the board
of trade rooms for the purpose of or
ganlzatfon Plans will be laid for a
membership campaign and arrange
ments will be made for holding a spe
cial meeting of the membership In
AfrlL A O llatchelder. chairman of
the executive board of the A A. A.,
will he Invited to he present and ad- i
dress the meeting.
The auto bill, which '» now In the
hands of the state legislature. Is not
receiving the attention that lias been
expected by the local autoists. Secre
tary Hyrum said yesterday that local
utitoiits are anxiously awaiting to
learn what disposition will be mad* '
of the measure.
The membership of the West Vlr !
ginia Automobile association has
been Increased over twenty five dur
ing the past week, which brings the
membership to over 200 In :tl differ
ent cities in the state. President
Hough hopes to have at least l.ooo
before the cud of the year.
Albert Guyot Entered.
INDIANA PI 1.18. lad. Feb 14 —
Wi'h Albert tluyot, most famous of
sll French drivers, at the wheel, an
English Sunbeam racing car Is sched
uled to start In the third annual f.oo
mile International sweepstake* rate 1
n* the Indianapolis Motor Speed »»y
May 30. This word has been received
hv the officials of the Indianapolis
Speedway, tluyof sertdiu ga cablegram
saving that he would enter the race a*
the Sunbeam pilot, and that formal
entry blanks were being forwarded by
mail.
American followers of nutomobile
■ n< mg nave long neon anxious to see
tho Sunbeam oar tn action, but this is
’the first time that one of these fl *et
speed ehariots has ever been entered
In an American event The car has
long held tho reputation of being ths
fastest car In nKgland. and with a
man at the helm with a reputation
as great cs is that of Oiyot there Is
no iloiiht btii that it will he seen ua
tier the lent possible circumstance
Albert Gayot, who will drive the
Sunlit am record breaker, is one of ihe
old school of French drivers He is
| considered one of ihe idols of French
motor enthusiasts, having participated
In nearly all of the great Frent h races.
Ill I toot he wen tlie 1-ght car clas* of
the Frenrh grand prix and in ihe fol
lowing >ear tim.-h-d fourth In the
three litre race a" Itouiogne He has
won hundreds of medals and trophies
and is noted for his cool herded, scien
tific ddriving. as weil as for his dar
ing He is distinguished among French
racing drivers for he is also an aero
plane pilot, lidding ihe license of ihe
A«ro club of France, at d not cement
wpnh these hours he has niso figured
. prominently m motor bout races at
| .Monaco.
ihe Sunbeam which Ouyot w-ili
! diie in the Indianapolis .'.'u>-rn:le race
I is a six-cylinder car. with a bore of
j 3.5 and a stroke of £ 3. This is the
i car which hold9 a!, world's records on
t the Mrooklands track in class K. from
■ 1 to 13 hours, and winch finished only
1 four seconds behind the winner in the
j 1 f* 1 — French grand prix. Three Fuii
heams also finish- d ftr*» second and
i third respect velv in the three litre
j class, winning the 4<mp«* «!*• l Auto
. and the Term Kerularity pri/*
The wonderful consistency wits
which the earn ran call *d forth the
?.raise of the entire tin tor world The
first two sunbeam* finished within a
mit.ute nnd a duartT of each other
t and a feature of th * achievement
■ which adds considerably to it* itn
I’ortnnee Is the fa< t that the cars were
■ not fitted with apetdaily leillt racing
| * Dginos. hut w!*h eng tier of stamlnrd
! pattern v.i»h only tdigh: niodiflcain n.r
! of one or two minor d* o'
In September. I'M*, the Sunteani
| car upheld the r*iptifa ton it had made
during tin* same month of tie- pr*i ed
ing rear when a »ix e.limit r Sunbeam
created nfteen world » records i.a*'
(September the same e;i bro„e lie
world s record for .‘ei mile* by co»*r
.Ing that diftantc from a sntiding
■ start st flrookland* in i’.^ minute* 11
seconds. wti>h represen's nn average
: Speed of *tl.fc<l miles epr hc.tir A
■ we*»'\ later three o' the worlds '.a
• tip
I fort lay the Siinhen;u were hrol.e.'i by
a Sunbeam of tniy half tte» nominal
I hone pew i t, i '.i. v * ft
•the ■toil miles nnd th* i and ■« hours'
{records, th* l ■ ir. !** being accon
I pi.sited In "t hours. f» 011011;* *. f.;: *••*
MR. M \KH-IT-RIC,IIT SAYS.
you oufiirr fo know
now (.non n is ro (,i;t
INTO YOUR OWN SUIT—
A FT F P IT II \S M I-: li N
(A F \NFD CLEAN WM
f’RfS^I'I > S\K K )T|| \|
PIEPER
AND
SONS
10T2 MAIN.
I IKF NFW FOR ON?.
;FIFTY. AND 1)1 I IU RI D
jWRINKI.I IRII.
, BE CLEAN
Wheeling Lodge Loyal Order of
Moose Charter Soon to Close
Admission Fee Now $5.00, After Charter Closes
It Will Be $25.00
JOIN NOW. BEFORE WHEELING LODGE
IT IS TOO LATH. NOW H AS 1.500 MEM
THE BEST INVEST- BERS. BY THE CLOS
MENT THAT A FIVE ING of THE CHAR
DOLLAR BILL WILL TER IT WILL HAVE
MAKE. 2,000.
The Largest Lodge in the City of Wheeling, the Most Popular and the Most Progressive Organization in the
World. The Twentieth Century Order. The Order of the Day. The Order for You to Join.
IffWWrmTrwmrTrr-m i* 11 ■ ■ — ■ i _ -.■»»
THIS IS YOUR OPPOR
TUNITY TO JOIN A
STRONG. CLEAN,
WIDE-AWAKE SOCI \L
AND BENEFICIAL OR
GANIZATION.
THE DUES ARE 75c A
MONTH.
BENEFITS ARE $7.00 A
WEEK IN CASE OF
SICKNESS OR ACCI
DENT. $125.00 IN
CASE OF DEATH, AND
FREE MEDICAL AT
TENTION IS GIVEN TO
THE MEMBERS AND
THEIR FAMILIES.
DON T GO UNPROTECTED. DON’T W AIT UNTIL IT IS TOO LATE TO JOIN.
'lou can sa\ e money by becoming a member of the Loyal Order ot Moose. Your membership in the Moose
guarantees you a Home in your old days, a Health Sanitari mil when you are disabled and no longer able to bear the
1 urdens ot life, a Home tor the Widow anTI a School tor the Child. I he tree medical attention alone is worth the
amount you pa\ in dues. Wheeling Lodge has outgrown their present home and will soon erect a home in this city at
the cost ot from SSo.ooo to sioo.ooo. Application for membership can be made through any member of Wheeling
Lodge, or b\ calling on FRED A. YIYIS, Deputy Supreme Director, Moose Home, Egerter Building, cor. Eleventh £
Market Streets. Nat. Phone, 1025-R.
onds: while 31# miles. 242 yards were
covered In 1 hours: anil 3!>1 miles.
1,42# yards in the :> hours
Another interesting i.ddition to the
entry !'*t of the Kuo-mlle rate is the
formal entry t a •lut'd Stutz car
which wilj be driven by I to It Herr The
Stutz cars previously entered will tie
In charge of till Anderson and Charles
Merz. This late entry is a four cy'in
tier ear. identical as to spec Ovations
With those which tmve the honor of
being the hist • n fries for the race.
Auto Note*.
T W l.ow. is erecting a modern
garage in the rear of his r» solence at
\V(Midlaw ii The building is of eon
crele bio. k and has a gable r.xif John
llanim Is in charge of ere( Ing the
garage.
Charies Freese and Henry ltleh-r
son are ctc-Hng a twin garage In the
rear of their ovt-the-pik" home* The
gatngc has :i Poor space for two cars
located half on each nmn s tiroi«*rty
Tile huililiiig Is of concrete bicck
Anton llietwrscn has pun based a
new Mitch) 1 car
S I) Kusk) . <if K!iu (Jrove. is h iv
lag Ins iar overhauled
Willie til Johns has accepted the po
ill Inn of chauffeur for tieorge Woods
(<f Woodsdale
1 he Woodsdale Motor Car company
i hnie a nice line of Packard and dial
in -rs ItetroM cars «m hand
\ new garage Is to lie opened al
Woodsdale In the place formerly o>
(*i|ned by the Itpyis a:.d Johns gn
1 raeg.
\n air pump machine has been In
stalled hv ihi In Ion Xuiomohll)
(onipnnv 'vh-n a-iini n c.itt fun i
up their tin gra'is
F’re ( h *>f Ci t ‘s csr I out aealn
non)’ the »or for lt» ciau* with the
*• |.)| car
Hirr"ti la-minati*. of iho Amer.c.i
Tire liepi. r Work-*, of U>'f Cban'lu
Street repo t a gr.-m alillMtllf of re
id'- work Mm <
C C Kurtier has shipped bte rtto.J
d.nd l»'i. II.n car In I’pt-tunrh. I’.t
fir n gem: c nterlutulliig
(Veil II«htn*nn |i» shipped ho
FOR TONSILITIS
COLD IN CHEST
OR SORE THROAT
A Simple. H'fmif'i Hmrdv That Aeti
Promptly prd \% Easily Applied.
Ail Shojip Invetlijr'.e This.
i M.mt ffw»ov»?«* rptch # »! t <i t'um'\
iti.fl rtpiei'ii* to < .«!i11* t nht air
;»* M *•% lud or h«•!{»*: r;iitQhf In ;<
• « fp * r #i' / 'ir:r rain, tin ar* f*»f
*n Tntnll.fi* F<nr»* Thing <
»r .* l .f'l mi1 l in t. f• • tin
H li'*l H.#nf (| • !p|i|i*. hirtolrpf
rrttirrly iH f *t*|| | rot**« t .im| pffrefctH
»!»•• I n»«. « of tHr .nr nr
J'h* > hI|| |> ;«|»ir t«f ff»inl nn ! ihrtm
nfr i »t <f • t r \ i Hr S< r in 11 tf» f fit* it
I \'o**r »ila p h p»r*ai»ppt, harmT"**
an* prpj.r, » aft f»s?. H^al'nir b.ifm
unlr’tely r«*nrho« *»io| Of>#PP th** oif
!»•' ar#.p. to pip th»* p.»r#» Irflam-'i
•hi n hr it «t .itid n p!rapptii Mir |« rl.tr
POP tp ,|I| H Ho !»«*•• I*
If too pro troi-h.nl prfth • ntp'rit
I1 PpiAfrftal I*• afnmft, Ifegd noimt,
h'mit*. II.#v Fnvnf, or other ato>
p-'*r* i f ?H.» I.r ft Mt»pp<*«, mrtplni)
you phot Ht «itr %•» »rlnln a trial
f In mi red* of fn-of l«« fn thia r! in
!•% pro ii**lt»d thn Niwirmh irnpf
m^nt. \ k ..our dmcffint ahnnt it,
| anifl «**• , tnHo todav Voutl
h 1 ii h >1 tried Nitftfrmin pootu r
e
' P erce-Arrow car to Pittsburgh for!
; general repairs.
The Steeurod Automobile Companv i
; is busily engaged in renovating He r ,
: new garage and sales rooms at lj!3j
Main street.
The Howe Machinery Company hast
taken ou the agency for the Empire j
car.
The Malzer A Bslzer garage are ex-1
peeling a carload of autos in this
we. k.
The Standard Automobile Company j
has closed for the agency of Hie Hud-;
son car. Mr lllck.' experts the dem
onstrating car here shortly.
The Price Auto Hepnir Works has
establish'd agencies 'or Marath m
.cars in several cities down the Stale
Mr laiwe, the Ford agent, received!
two new Fo'.e*' cm r s. winch were
sent to William I farr and William
Hound.
• ' Mertz Kranzheim has received
.from the u a K t'ornpany a UM3
iiiiiip roadster.
Aithill irirghans and i \V Henry
have return.'d home from Chicago,!
where they attended the automobile;
1 show.
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irrmnnac inert‘i,|r i»rl< r .♦ ,u*i. r v
1 • ,l?k . . «#»!•’ it f C 1 I ,f J»e* \ , i pg
* .• • 11 Wire I, K. *. V ..«# . %!C«N.
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ti c n \l tiM*rt,M«; v. I l»c ir»
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ft nr r*ng
t tie »eol mx 1 0f”*»*O w#»o )< oie I
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• Ilex R iUKv. P««fnr nf the .«f t|«t
You may wear a $100 Diamond
a whole year for only $10 because if you
buy it from us you can return it any time within
one year and we will pay you $S0.00 for it.
That is because we can do business on a ten per
cent, margin of profit It shov/s that every Dia
mond in this new and strictly first-class jewelry
stcre is sold at exactly what it it worth. It means
that el! prices in this store are the same to every
one. It gives you a solid guarantee of satisfaction,
now and always.
You should come to see this new store.
|
I
10^*6 Market St. Opposite New Auditorium.
Plenty of Lumber
On Hand
for a l purposes so If you want
to build a house, a barn, a
ch.cken coop, a dog houaa or a
tones com* here for the mater
ial. W* have all aorta and
e'zes In both rough and ftn *h*d
lumbar and if *e cannot suit
you in bind, quantity, quality
and pries nobody can.
Lumber, lath and ehtngles.
doors. (ash. frames, stalrwork,
and all binds of hardwqod
finish.
J. \N. BELTZ &. SONS CO.
Torrcr Nineterntji ami KntT St*. Hell Phone .1*. B
I[)YSPI;PSIA
rntre. Imt-biit I he ntomach han had Ion much to do.
lTt*»» t ret-} j| by fidirt. which rthauvls tour »lrength
BORDEN’S
Malted Milk
IN THC SQUARE PACKAGE
Consisting of rich c'eamy milk, with extract* of
Wheat and Barley Malt (In powder form and nan.
t*coh«lici. which will supply the necessary nutrl
Hcn in aueh an easily digexted form that tha etam
sih h.-s a chance to neeovsn It* lost ton# Notice
the p'eaear t teste and absence of tang
Get Erne Trial Package and Unusual Recipe Boob
from
_ - » «o*Tn a co
The Siuil Rtorr. r Twelfth (l
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ty-rmm HffMin l.titha^an <•' larh all
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i » <-n«t m.nai ,«
»»r* •lowiy.
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