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TltE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: M VY 1. 1013.
I Every Argument
1 Smasher for
ManaKer I B. Doty disposed ef a num
ber of Little ftnd lleti cum last wee to
thu tfltj- trade. B?vrial as;encte for these
cam in the territory ware closed.
rwlth Ideal motorist weather the Ar
thur Stoni Supply company is kept buty
looking alter the largo aupply orders.
T. V. Graves, man Iter of (he Goodyear
Tire and Rubber eomDanr. vislUd the
asents In the western territory last week.
HU view of the accessory business li
The Alartnon Automobile .tompany
atlll doing business at the old stand.
The Btewart-Toorer Motor company ha
sold and delivered to !J. Doorly. manager
of the World-Hcrald, a Chalmers "S6"
ft. n. Wilson ol ttia Wllsop company
wua too busy demonstrating Btudebriker
cars last week to Rive us Any noirn, m
we will pais hint by with Honorablo men
tion. Ostrand & Lambert of dedar Bluffs,
la. have takclt over the aicenoy for
Paljre-Detrolt ca'rajn that territory.
The J. 8. Davis Automobile company
of North Platte purchased n carload of
Mitchell cars from the local company lost
The rteKal Undcrslunc car Is much In
Use In Omaha at a delivery truck. T. O.
Northwall handles the IlcgU.
Otto Bats of ioup, Neb., purchased a
Mitchell from Dick Htewart last week.
Tha Studebager "x" has arrived at
the local branch and appeared on the
street last Thursday for the first time.
H. D. Selvera Of Ewlnit followed hi
brother' exampto and- bought a Mltohelt
car from the local company last week,
H D. Keller, manager of tho fltude
baker vehicle branch at Mlnneatwllii, I
rlsIUng with his brother, manager ol tfib
It H. Wcrzo'g purchased a Mitchell car
last week from the Mitchell tcmpany, ft,
did C. It Johnson of Oakland arid Nbrtn
4 Derby of Avoca, itu
William H. Harvey, In the employ of
the local branch of the Htulebakef com
pany for tho last two year ns'trtanlger
of the repair part department, ha gone
xa tho Pacific coast, whdro lie will en
jfttga In business. Tho vacancy haa beflri
filled by Ray Uonham, stock cletk.
George Helm, manUfer nt the Cadllloo
company, sold two more cart to the
Omaha; Taxicab company laat week and
mo to the liar Grand company. These
companies have had Cadllluo car , Ih
active service for four year and found
them highly tfflclent
Harvey B. Wither, nephew, of J. -M,
StUdebaaer, sr.. of the BtUdebakb'r cor
poration, visited the local branch of tho
company last week, tie Is manftker of
the Studobaker branch In WyonJIne,
An official road book ha been leaded
by the Nebraska Stale Automobile so
datlon containing ix map of ouch col)t)ly
In tho .state, showing the accessible routes
of travel for ntotbrlatt, Tha guide, U coht'
plete In all dMAU and Is the first tha
association h-Issued. It la printed on
extra fine paper. It contain & map of
the Meridian road and the road -from
Omaha to Topekt. The Omaha. U; Minne
apolis, Omaha to Chicago and Omaha, to
Denver roads it re mapped out
The Btewart-T6oter Motor company ,118.
Just received from the Plerco Arrpw fab
tory a Pleroe which they recently
sold to C. D. Mullen bt L4nooln. This car
Is painted light blue, with white and gold
hand, which makes a very attractive Car.
They have also received a Pierce "W" for
W. A. Helsell of Odebolt, la. ThM car
will be driven overland a soon as the
The Btewart-Tooser Motor companK,hU
sold to n. U Stewart of Teotimim o
Chalmers alx-cyllhder; flve-paineriirer
car, and to.0- W. Haasett of Tocurwwh.a
M. P. O'Conhor, secretary of the Powell
Supply company, IKht last Thursday In,
XjLko View, la., -with the 1'owell dealer
In that town. He reports that tho dealers
In northern Iowa have been set baett a
little on account of rath, but that In auU
of this business lias been exceptionally
good for this time of the year, and that
.hey ro looking for a bumper year for
automobile and automobile supplies,
The Stewart-Tooser Motor company haa
on the way from tha Chalmers factory
four carloads of Chalmers cam, whlh
will arrive next Monday. The large stock
of rra which they have In their garage.
are practically all sold nd this ahlpmaijt
win replenish tneir stoc ror m time
Glen Wiggins, formerly of the Ne
brasSia-BuIek company, haa Joined the
house salea foreo of tho Powell Supply
Will Bruner. shop foreman of the, Blew-
artfoorer Motor company, left Omaha
for a week' visit tn the Chalmers fac
tory. While there Mr. Druner will tWe
hi. n 1 1. nt inn tn the hulldlrtu of ear hhd
thereby put htmtelt In a position ho that
the Chalmers owners will be benefited by
ma trio to the factory, for w beUeve
it -will awlst htm Ih taking care of ChJ-
mera car In better manner.
The Powell Supply company report the
tiro business exceptionally good rltrht
now. Orders the list wrek have come-In
not only throtiflh talfsinen. but a great
mim' h&va bn received by telephone
and telegraph, showing that the business
is sietUng well Under way In th country.
With a big stock of Republics and a car
load of Imperial received recently., tho
Powell Supply ctimbany ho on hand one
of the largett stock, of tire bdtwrtn
CWoago and the Pifclfic coast, but. U
finding it none too large to take care of
The Stewart-Toener Motor company haa
aid a Chalmers Mx-cy Under. foUr.pe
iMig.er car to 'M A. . Orcllr of DeMf Ice.
Heb., Jo ix-oyan4er. fbur-poiiohget
car to James 3. Doty of Bftenandoah, IS.
3, A nutlarjut taken position wjth
the Powell company.
Can tb tH!Htea.
An HnuauaUr iArgeBdlvMual M' .of
ylur0 ear was m$Jt week wh,e
'toe Woaer UtpwfJHiw; Oialm;
ers dealers At Bseramonio, Cat., delivered
sixteen Chalmers etri to the rioneer
Ft ult compan?, with headquarters at the
California eafttaL Ten of the ear,
"Thirty-sixes,", Will Da used by salesmen
of the company, and tlx "sixes" are for
Nestor of,tlie Auto
Still iii the Harness
When tho Bllidebnker directors visit
the Detroit plant of the corporation, one
fit the mosy Interesting features Is at
wa)-s tho presence of the Venerable J.
M. Btudehaker, role living brother of the
famous five, who developed the great
business which annually biifiJs and mar
kets more automobile1 and hdredrawn
Vehicles than any manufacturer In tht
Mr. Studebake. It now nenrlng hit
elghtl'th birthday. Several years ago
he withdrew from executive responsl
bllt es of the routine order. Ilut he has
nsvof allowed hit Interest to lag and
keeps himself In close touch with all
branches of the Immense enterprise.
Among the brothers, 3. M. Btudebaket
was the manufacturer: CleMeht Btude
haker. father of the present vice presi
dent, was the general executive, and
Peter StUdebaker, the tales fnanafcer.
The Hupp Motor Car eompany an
nouilces the. reslBhntlbn of Harry1 Pos
ditk a dlrcctj' of latui
According to Freflctlck A, Harris, as
slktaht general rnailnger, who has active
supervision over th field policies of tho
company, the nbovo position has been
abolished. Mr. Hnrrlt Said yestordayt
;The abandonment of ttte position of di
rector of sales In connection with the pol
icy of thin (fompanVwIII fcnta'l no further
chalices or additions to the idle depart
rtnertL It G. Helghb'br, tho present sales
rniriagef. will cdntUiuc jtrt charge with
fill prcsatu foreo, Mr. Nelghbdra Is hov?
ttttirlhif frdm "a three rn&nths' trip to
the CoW, ddrlhg which he Visited all of
thtt dlstrlbutlhtf cltlfi ahd many of the
Ini&ll tnwhil ahd Atsrt ln(Avijlw.i hit.
dledsif ow4? throU&hoUt the West.
,Ho frpdrtt thafhe Has. not met a tingle
dUfifllUfled hnh oil tliti ehtlre' trip and
his statements of jlupinOblle enthusiasm
throughout Ihn couliti-v kr rutin
tho fact that last rSonlh' eaUt nearly
nouciea mo uu previous recpfd of any
mohth in, the history of the Hupp Motor
Car company. :
FdRD SELLS filbflfe.THAN
TWO CABS EVERY MINUTE
A- statlsllAal fl.ehd ot the Ford Motor
compnny hat beftn pchfdrmlrig feat'
,r. f. : i . . .
With, flguret nealn ,ahd Cotrics forth
with a" deoloVatioh tH&i ddring the
rrtohlha of April, fay ahd Junu Fo'rd
talisman wllp o)l twenty more than two
cArt per nllhUt?, ey(!ry working minute
The eetlmKtcd tale f6r the ,'thrte,
tnonllfs, which' wtorY'reatlv in
Apfil, ara 7J,0 Atk In the thr
rriolitha ifierd afft Ju.lif,i4Ch;Snutes, that
1 WorHIn mr)Ute; flgUrirtflght work
InrlibUr to each .day. This klv fh
average, of mora th
, T . -t.w vm. ft. .
CalcUlatlhg ,f rorn, thfc angle of hour In
year, the Font naiii -m u-u
tweniy-tWO aftra Dsrlimur this'
In'g, lit $undftia, Jliollday ahd nlehta.
,Tte are MM hour In k Vear of aa
flayartd ttVenty-two car per hour must
bo told to dispose of tha 200.000 rnri
which will bis mdnufa'ctUl-ftd In the com
pany' flsealyear which, end In October.
AUtO DEALERS LOCKING
FOR A BIQ INCREASE
Tkf1lt1tf MIllntmHtsllli Htaniiriialiiiurt,
dt thajt this year' bUilnesa will show
an Uribrease of mote thah per cent
over thatot I?14. . MaKers of 'standard
eirs 'gtherolly .state that salet have
opened up blggeK than ever beforo and
that tin several Inatanctl the entlro out
put of mi models will be exhausted
wlthlh a short time.
Ah accurate and detailed report com
piled by th ClfalMers Motor company,
shows business to bl unukunliv cood. The
Incrc.ate tot" forth Irt tlijt report Is not
coni.inea to certain sections, sale being
Uhifpfmly Idrlfe all 'oir the country.
Kveh In Oh.lo and' NMjraolta, where
flood arid .tornadof's have handicapped
business hiavliy, the-report show sale
to he rUhnlrlg'. far; ahead of last year's.
HUPMOBlLE MiRES m
INCREASE IN PRODUCTION
"Y will build ahd thin. 1 Hunmo-
bllei a day frbm Mai- l6h." said C. 1).
Hattlnc. geherol manager of the Hupp
Molor Car company, ".Everyone at the
factor la- actively itereited to Jee that
OUr.prodUctl.on rthohe till standard and
each department has taken It upon It
own shoulder tb jb that 100 Hubmobtlea
leo.v the factory avery twenty-four
$15 tO m fER
Competent AiiW Hh
We TeaoH, Yoii.Hbiry to Secure
Goqri Pofeiitioiis atld Salaries.
Out school litis liiid 5 yeiira of
euddCSses ahd our nunila urn
holding the host po"sltiono. Free
infbnnatiow sent upotf applica
tibn. giving our practical ia
etrtfotion plans. Wriie for It
today. JRoforcmcu Colorado
St, and Saw Bank, ' Denver.
jmesMrAT, i&nat, 001.9.
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in any car they are on.
The makers of practically half the
entire 19 IS output of automobiles
realized this when they bought Good
rich Tires to equip the cars they are
making. You can get Goodrich Tires
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A Goodrich Route Book, mnpping
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But it is the service that Goodrich
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The Goodrich principle of unit
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That principle has never needed
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There are no weak spots or dead
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ynlt-moldlng the Goodrich single
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