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THE OMAHA DAILY HEE: SUNDAY, MARCH 11. lflOtS
The Watch-Dog in your
YOU can buy Health Insurance
Several food " Accident "
Companies sell tt.
Sixty dollars per year will bring you
$25.00 per week, tor every week you are
But, your time alone may be worth far
more than that.
And $200 per week might not pay for
That's why "Cascaret" Insurance wtiich
prevents Sickness, is worth ten times as
much money aa other " Health " Insur
ance. Yet "Ca3caret Insurance" will cost you
less than Ten Cents a week.
That jives you a "Vest Pocket" Boa
to carry constantly.
"Indigestion" means food eaten but
only partially digested.
"Constipation" means food retained In
the body undigested too long, till it decays.
It then supplies the poisons of decay
to the system, in place of the nourishment
it might have supplied.
Isn't that a tremendous handicap worth
What does It cost to Cure Constipation
or Indigestion, with their train of small
and great ills, and to Insure against a
return of them?
Not so very much.
One 10 cent box of Cascarets per week,
at most, perhaps half that.
One candy tablet night and morning,
taken regularly for a short time, is war
ranted to cure the worst ca3e of Constipa
tion or indigestion that walks the earth,
One tablet taken whenever you suspect ,
you need It will Insure you against 90 per
cent of all other ills likely to attack you.
Because 90 per cent of these Ills begin
In the Bowels, or exist through poor
Cascarets don't purge, don't weaken,
don't Irritate, nor upset your stomach.
No, they act like Exercise on the
They stimulate the Bowel-Muscles to
contract, and propel the Food naturally
past the little valves that mix Digestive
Juices with Food.
They strengthen these Bowel-Muscles
by exercising them.
The time to take a Cascaret Is the very
minute you suspect you need one.
When your tongue Is coated a little.
When your breath is not above
When your head feels dull, diizy, or
When you have eaten too heartily, Oi
When you have drunk more than was
good for your digestion.
When you have a touch of Heart
burn, Gas-belchip;. Acid-rising-in-throat,
or a Coming-on-Cold.
Carry the "Vest Pocket" Box where it
belongs, Just as ycu would your Watch,
Pocket-knife or Lead-pencil.
It costs only 0 cents. At any drug
gist. Be sure you get the genuine, made only
by the Sterling Remedy Company, and
never sold in bulk. Every tablet stamped
tV FBXE. TO OUR FRIENDS!
We want to send to our friends a beantlfal
Frmch-dtslriieJ. GOLD-PLATED BONBON BOX,
hard-enameled in colors. It is a beauty for the
dressing table. Ten cents in stamps is asked as a
measure of good faith and to cover cost of Cascarets,
with which this dainty trinket is loaded. no
Send to-day, mentioning this paper. Address
Sterling Remedy Company. Chicago or New York.
Cheap Automobile Tires
WE are now ready to make
old tires over. We have
made a study qf this very im.
portant part of the business,
and have the only fully equipped
tire repairshop in this territory.
Send Us Y.ur Old Tires nd SAVE MONEY
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2026-28 FARNAM ST.
FOU It CYLINDER, 25-HORSE POWER, PRICE $1,750.
xv. mr .:rU
. A powerful Tourlnn Car of . the highest class, with every modern
structural feature refined to Rambler Quality.
' .Other models, from our Rambler Runabout at $800 to our 40-horse
. power four-cylinder Rambler Limousine at $3,000.
RAMBLER QUALITY MEANS YOUR SATISFACTION.
The Rambler Automobile Co.
1S06 Capitol Avenue, Omaha, Neb.
MANY DEALS IN REAL ESTATE
Greater Part of Block 8eTen in Original
Plat Chinees Hands.
BRINGS FIFTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS
Week Develops dumber of Denis of
Avfraie Mae, Thoiih Sane Far
Above the C.eneral
Option have been taken by Gordon M.
Lees, through the D. V. Sholes company
on the greater part ot block 7. In thd
original city of Omaha, the block hetwe-jn
Thirteenth and Fourteenth utreets and
California and Webster streets. The aver
age price per lot. Including Improvements,
which consist of twenty-one frame houses,
was 7,iOO. making an aggregate for ths
entire purchase of approximately $T,0"i.
Mr. Sholes says the buildings will be re
moved, the entire block put to grade anil
Gordon M. Iees is mentioned in the city
directory as employed by the Sunderland
Bros, company. When asked about the
matter, J. A. Sunderland said he had noth
ing to say for publication.
The Sholes company also has reported
the sale of the northeast corner of Four
teenth and Cass streets, 66x132 feet, by
Minnie Whltehouse to Walter 8. Jardlne.
The price was 16,000, exclusive of buildings.
The lot has no trackage facilities.
Much Activity la Real Estate.
The week which haa Just closed saw
considerable activity In real estate, though
no very large deals, except. thai of Mr.
Sholes have been reported. Sales of $3,'JJ0
to IT.ouO have been numerous, and sales ot
$l.oii0 to $2.ipo have been many. To use
the expressions of a realty man. "There
seems to be no very large transactions,
but something comes along every day."
Thomas Brennan reports the largest sin
gle transaction noted for the week. He
sold to E. J. Riley the southwest corner
of Thirteenth and Pacific streets, with
six brick houses, for J23.U00.
Several other sales are reported by Mr.
Brennan. Charles Rosso bought the north
west corner of Fourteenth and leaven
worth streets for J!),nou as an Investment.
J. P. Flnley bought trackage property at
Fifth and Jones streets for $11,000, as an
A lot at the northwest coiner of Thirty
second and Poppleton avenue mas sold
for $7,500 to J. F. Kerns as an investment.
Andrew C. Hand wanted a home and he
bought the house at 30C Woolworth avenue
for $.",00. The house at 1341 South Thirty
first street was sold for $.1,000 to C. Kirk
for a home. Thomas J. Horan paid $3,000
for the house at i18 North Nineteenth
street. W. F. Wtlke bought the cottage
at 1616 North Twenty-seventh street, and
I paid $1,500.
! Two Seven-Room Hoaaea.
I Two lots were sold last week In Boule
j vard pork, through Henry V. Wynian.
! They will be Improved with aeven-room
ho u sea.
! These sales were reported by Hastings &
I Heyden, which were closed by them in
I the last two weeks:
I Lot in Hastings A Heyden's addition,
southwest corner 27th and Camden avenue,
' to Robert T. White; two Iota, Just north
' of Military avenue, between Fifty-fourth
i and Fifty-fifth, to Oscar Ocander; house
and lot. No. 1514 Cass street, to Mueller
Johnson, the furnace dealers, who will
erect a brick building for their business
as soon as the old house Is moved. Two
Uts In Dundee on Davenport, between
Fiftieth and Klfty-flrst, to F. M. Sturt
vant; house and lot on Brown street, be
tween Twenty-fifth avenue and Twenty
seventh street to Anton Danielson, for a
home; lot In Hastings & Heyden's addition
on Camden avenue, between Twenty-fifth
avenue and Twenty-sevonth street, to Paul
F. Nindel; another lot tn Hastings & Hey
den's addition at the southwest corner of
Twenty-flfth and Camden avenue to Wil
liam C. Nollman; 100 acres In Hall county,
Nebraska, to Hans Godberson, for a home,
sold for $8,000; house and two lots on
Davenport street, between Forty-ninth and
Fiftieth, to O. P. Ayera of Westfield, Pa.,
for a home; house and lot on Twenty-eighth
avenue Just south of Amea avenue, to
Charles F. Muller, for a home; lot on
Wirt street. Just east of Sherman avenue,
to Eustace II. Ella; lot on Wirt street.
Juat east of Sherman avenue. In Sulphur
Springs addition, to Charles M. Miller, on
which a new house will be built; lot on
Binney street. Just east of Sherman avenue,
to Erick Gust W alien; new house on Doug
las street, between Forty-second and
Forty-fourth streets, to Charley Thatcher.
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Heats Omaha - 6:00 P. H.
I Arrlva Chicago 7:30 A. M.
Steamship tickets to all Europ
ean point a.
14C2 Frcarn St, Omaha. Keb.
A VOICE FROM "LUNXON"
Informed ua that both Pawn. Grey and
Twilight Grey were to be popular tiiia
Spring and Summer.
So four months ago we got busy
and made tugiand'a best fabric mak
er get busy.
Result la that other tailors are be
coming gray worrying over the super
iority of our ire a. They are truly
handsome Suitings soft. attractive
Greys, with deftly combined patterns
in all (lie different harmonious colors.
Ail Imported Uouda.
titart at IJO.
MacCarthy-Wilson Tailoring Co.,
'Phone Ikulaa 1. 304-3m 8. l th St.
NrM door to Wabash Ticket GrP.ce.
High Class Tailoring at Popular Prlcea
SPORTS OF k DAY.
BIG MR ADOPTS FOOT B 41.1, Bl I KS
Faealty Conference Approves Scheme
CHICAGO, March 10,-The conclusions
reached at the two meetings of faculty
representatives nf the "big nine" colleges
was submitted todtiy to the members of the
Interrollesinte conference committee, which
met at the Chicago Heat h hotel and adopted
all the res-illations decided upon at yester
day's meeting and also that of the former
At today's meeting it was decided that
the recommends tions should he sent to the
various Institutions composing the "big
nine" and the various colleges Bhould take
nctlon on them within two weeks nnd that
If any one of the recommendations fall
of adoption by any of the universities a
mall vote Is to be taken. In the event
of six Institutions voting In favor of the
objection it shall go through. It was
recommended at today's meeting that all
future contracts shall contain clauses bv
vlrture of which contracts shall not he
Minting in case of nctlon titken bv the
br rd of regents or by the college confer
ence. The question of eollepe base ball men
playing semi-professional base ball was
taken up. but Rftcr two hours' discussion
It was laid upon the table until the next
meeting of the conference intercollegiute
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town State Contest Will Be Held at
nieh Valley Clnb Anaraat T.
NEW YORK, March 10.-A meeting of the
executive committee of the United States
National Lawn Tennis association was held
tonight at the Walriorf-Astorta and tourna
ment dates for linn awarded. They in
cluded the following:
June 80 California state championships,
St. Ixiuls Athletic club. Missouri slate
August 7 Dakanna Tennis club. Paolllc
normwesiem championship. Rock Valley
Tennis club, Iowa state championship.
August S Kansas city Athletic club, Mis
souri Valley championship.
August IS Sioux Cltv, la.
August 20 Omaha Field club, mlddlewest
SeptomlxT :; Pacific states championship.
OF HIGH GRADE PIANOS
A Saving to the Purchaser of From $100 to $200
We are forced to vacate our present location on April 1st, and will sell, regardless
of cost, our entire stock of 300 pianos and organs.
Do not miss this opportunity, Upright Piak.roi avt unhea. rd of Terms of $6 Cash &.nd $3
per mtnth fxt prices r&.njirt$ from $S5 up. Here 'are & few of the D&rains.
We have many others:
Vose & Sons, Upright $75.00
Knabe, good condition $85.00
Chickering, the genuine $105.00
Wheelock, walnut case $125.00
Beautiful Emerson, ebony case . . $156.00
Good Square Pianos, 928. tj-18, 9 18 and up.
Large Chickering, the Boston make $175.00
Mahogany Sample Upright $195.00
Golden Oak Steger, discontinued style $225.00
Bteinway, ebony case $250.00
Ciood Organs, $10, $20 and up.
ASSOCIATION FOOT BALL, I KAtil H
t"a;a titration Formed to Contest for
CHICAGO, March 10. For the purpose of
promoting intercity matches, the Intcr
western Foot Ball league was formed here
tonight, tt Is the Intention to arrange a
series of matches to decltle the western
championship In the association game.
The new league starts with Pittsburg. St.
!uis. Cincinnati and Chicago as members
Detroit and other cities where this stvle of
foot bsll is popular, have been invited to
Join. Temporary officers were elected nl
today's meeting as follows:
President, A. M. Welsh. Chicago; vice
president. Dr. A. Murrav, St. Louis; secre
tary, J. O. Davis. Chicago.
WITH THE BOWLERS.
REFORM INJURY SYSTEM
ScTeral Chances to Inanr Better
Resalta.tat Verdicts Advocated
by Bar Association.
Reforms in the Jury system were dls-
cusaed at a meeting of the Omaha Bar as
sociation held last night at the Commercial
club rooms. The changea proposed were
embodied In a report from a committee
headed by Thomaa Crane, and they were
all endorsed by the club.
The changea related to a more secret
method of drawing the Jurors by the clerk.
the promiscuous ex, using of Jurors by the
court and the method of selecting tha Jury.
Mr. Crane said the committee had met with
Judge Sutton and he had promised to see
the atatute relating to the excusing of Jur
ors would be rigidly enforced except where
good reason appeared for making exception,
and that an Improved and secret device for
drawing the names ot Jurors would be pro
cured. The association recommended the
Introduction In civil cases of the system
used In federal court of drawing eighteen
men and allowing each aide to strike three
of them from the Hat, leaving twelve to
try the case. Mr. Crane said Judge Button
had promised to present the matter at the
next meeting of the Judges. By common
consent it was agreed if there were any
legal hindrances to the adoption of the new
system the proposed change should be left
with the legislative committee to take up
before the next legislature.
The resignation of H. P. Peterson as Sec
retary of the association was accepted and
the thanks of the association for his serv
ices extended. Harley a. Moorehead was
elected In his place. Abel V. Shot well waa
elected a member of the association.
By a vote of to T the association en
dorsed the lam- now before congress making
tha Infringement of trademarks aa offense
against the United States.
Standing of teams In the Omaha Howling
league at the end of the twenty-flfth week:
Won. Lost. P.O. Pins.
Cnrtaliys R2 ?3 iW.fil
Metx Pros 4! 3; tM 67.!M
Krug Parks f: XI ..V.n 6MU
Armours 4i .M r,7.K78
Stora Blues SS 37 ..V7 67.012
Onlmods 3 S7 ..V)7 W.itfO
Benos 2: & .313 W.ftIO
Blaclt Kate 17 58 . 227 63,596
Detailed work of teams
P.O. 8. Sn. Snl. Kr.
Krug Parks 906 1.3.M l.iM AM 313
Cudahys F97 1.364 l.frj 442 34
Metx Bros !H 1.22 1.6SS . 4?7 1".2
Armours S!3 1.830 1.676 3i4 360
Storx Blues s!l 1.277 1.663 4nl 3".!
Onlmods S 1.317 1.6H6 m 36"
Benos MS 1.146 l1 4S0 fine
Black Kats S37 1,148 1,4 46t 6.34
GimM. Ave.l names. A.
Rpnsus 6a ! 51-63 H. I. Rerd..47 17t 4k-47
MTku M 18 6-68 Hirtlar 72 1T ;tl-7t
Wlm 17 4- Pickering - ... 72 17 4-7:
W. Johnnon.. Bl US T0-1 MU1 m 17 4-W
Conrart lSH 21-69 Hull .1 17 -:
O. Frunrlico.. 9 1M 10-IU Marble U 1T7 :-
Corhran 1)6 Hodgfts lit 177 87-M
Bangui M 184 14-51 Encfll M 177 l-M
Krllai har ....7IS 14 1-7 Jonaa 4S 17 17-42
Zimmerman .. tt 183 62-6 Snoidon ...... t 176 14-
Pot im- 76 183 64-76 TraoT 6t 172 l-t9
Naala .. 76 182 5.1-76 Dan man 171 43-6.1
O. Pranciaco.. 42 182 .11-42 Hughra 42 171 22-42
FonH-utt ....66 182 23-ii Bauman 6 170 3-6
Andaraon .... 67 182 11-67 Huntr ...'... A6 1a 27-.tt
Clay 62 182 Mulyneaux ..DO 18 4-80
Huntington .. 72 181 66-72 0. Jnhnaon... 69 169 I -GO
OJarda 71 181 44-72 Chandlor ....46 l(i Jl-46
Baldwin 11 181 7-11 Schneider 42 167 T-42
(Irlffltha 72 181 S8-71 Weltr j j.jo
Zars 61 181 30-66 Nli-nll 67 IM 11-67
Hrunka 48 ul 18-46 Chatalaln .... 66 16.166-68
Tnnnrman ..71 181 S-72 Mullia XI 162 32-23
Wrbar 41 181 Rampk 63 162 2S-63
Willi. ma .... 64 18066-64 A. '. Rri... tl 10 13-17
Frrncb 7ft 180 2-70 II. Johnaon... 1 167
Fruah 76 1M 1-7S Wabor ..!.... 2e 160)1-20
Following are the members of the Louis
Stora Blue Ribbons Frltscher. Cochran,
GJerds. Hartley. Huntington (captain).
Krug Parks French, Zimmerman. WaJ
eng, Berger, Johnson, . Bnngeln (captain).
Booth Omaha Crawforda.
The Frank Crawford base ball club met
Thursday evening at the home of H. R.
Ellis to complete Its organization for the
coming season. The team won twenty-four
out of thirty games last year. Frank Craw
ford and John Demos are again backing
the team, making liberal subscriptions
towards its expenses. The team will be
out fur practice and open for engagements
early In April. The lineup will be: First
base, Lenny Marsh: aecond base, Harry
Wehde; third base. Orrln Kennlson, snort,
Ray Millett; left field. John McMillan: cen
ter field, James Donahue; right field, James
Sullivan; pitcher. Foster Adklns (captain),.
William Vsher and Stephen Casey. The
following officers were elected for the en
suing, year: Lenny Marsh, manager; Foster
Adklns, captain; James Sullivan, secretary;
James Donahue, treasurer. Challenges
should be sent to Lenny C. Marsh, IMS
North Twenty-third street, South Omaha.
In the new pianos we offer the strongest line in America, including the matchless Molnwajr pohs,
the standard piano of the world, also the celebrated Steger & Sons, Mardman, A. B. Chase. Emerson,
McPhatl, Kurtznian, Reed Sons, and our famous Mueller piano, sold from the maker to the user with
out the middleman's profit and fully guaranteed for twenty years. On these Instruments we give a spe
cial discount fiom twenty to thirty per cent. We ehlp piano everywhere and pay freight charges lxMh
ways if 'the instrument, after rnrefnl examination, in. nut entirely sntisfnetory.
Wr!te Immediately for free catalogues with complete lists and terms. Wire or plume Dong. l'CW at our expense.
(No pianos sold to local or small country dealers nor salesmen connected with other piano concerns.
Closing Out tbe Entire Stock of 300
nstruments at 1407 Harney Street.
Eli & MUELLER PI
After April ft 2nrj 1313 Farnani St.
i si at.
Wanted, experienced' alteration women
None others need apply. O. K. Schofleld
Cloak and Suit Co., 1510 Douglas street.
3esr Werae OaT Tbaa ladlaa.
The Fjureka club last night debated the
question as to whether the negro or the
Indian had been given the worse treatment
at the hands of the whites. It was de
cided by the judges that the negro had
fared worse, and those on the winning: side
were John Woods, Ken no Lang ford. John
Smith, Charles Graves. Thoae on the
o'li.r aide were Webster Johnson, Earl
neeier. nun w imams ana Kurua lying
The Judgea acre Mrs. Dan Wheeler. Mia
LULinua emitn ana sirs. a. a. Watklns.
' Fatalities rreveate!.
After an accident, use Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. It p'events fatal results. Heala
cuts, burna. sores. So. For sals by Sber
man iivCiBatll Drif Ca.
Omaha Loses to Mornlnajslde.
SIOl'X CITY. Ia.. March 10. (Special Tel
egram.) The Omaha Hlph school lost Its
second game In Sioux City this evening, be
ing defeated by the Mornlngslde college
five by a score of 37 to 21. The game was
fast and rather rough. The stars for the
visitors were Webster and Thomas. The
lineup was as follows.
Morningsiae. position. umana.
F.lllott right forward Clark
Rlssler left forward Hull
Mlllner center Webster
Feav right guard Burnett
Jones left guard Thomas
RarlaaT at the Roller Rink.
There will be a five-day race at the Audi
torium roller rink this week, beginning
Monday night and closing on Friday night.
There will be half a doien in the rare anil
they will akate ten minutes every night,
beginning at t o'clock.
An accurate blackboard score will he
kept, giving each skater credit for the dis
tance he covers each night.
New Indoor Mile Record.
ANN ARBOR, Mich.. March 10 At the
'varsliv Indoor track meet of the I'nlversity
of Michigan tonight the feature was the
mile run In which Coe made the distance
In (:J:s. which was hailed aa a world s
record, being !V seconds faster than the
best time on record for a fourteen-lap track.
Ohio Defeats Iadlnna.
COLI'MBl'S. O.. March 10. Ohio State
university defeated the I'nlversity of Indi
ana In the indoor track meet held tn Ohio
Stale gymnasium this afternoon, the forinor
scoring 45 poln' to JJ for the latter.
Minnesota Wins from Chicago.
MINNEAPOLIS, March 10. Minnesota
university tonight won the annual basket
ball game from Chicago by the score of
30 to IT.
Josh Clarke of the Dea Molnea team will
be with Toledo this year.
Pa will send railroad tickets to all his
players Monday so they can report before
March 25. the day set for Uie big gathering.
Chesbro is said to be right this season
and should be the sensation of the year.
He was not In shape last year tp do his
Jack McLean, the erratic catcher of th
Portland team, haa been offered a bonua of
tLMi If he stays sober during the playing
The Highest Powered Car in the World
(Size of Cylinders Considered)
A pair of 4Vx5-ineh cjrlin
ders, developing from 22 to
29-horse power, brake test.
To take any hill suitable
or safe for autoraobiling on
high speed gear.
Call and Receive a Demonstration
A Large Line of Other Makes of Machines
All Styles. All Prices.
We Are Nebraska Agents for Prest-o-Lite Gas Tanks
Most Up-to-Date Equipment on the Market
ft ins , .-Jfr
H. E. Fredrickson FA'"f1ird
second two men are signed, Martin and
Bhugart. Flllman will play short and
Holmes In the outfield. Qulllan will play
The Cantlllons will delegate part or tne
managerial authoiity over the Des Moines
team to Jack Doyle. Doyle, who was with
Toledo part of last season, will be player
manager and "Mouthy" Mike will go along
to see that he manages things light.
The program for the Western Amateur
championship In golf, to be held at the
Glen Keho Country club, 8t. Inla, June
18 to 23. haa been announced. The play
will take one week and the Olympic cup
competition, open to teams of four from
any golf association In the world, will be
played. Competitors on the Olympic teams,
if from clubs outside the membership of
the Western Oolf association,, will be eli
gible to enter in the Western Amateur
championship and subordinate events.
BOYS SAID TO BE YIELDING
Kelson and O'lleara Quoted as Will
ing; to Confess for Merciful
An attorney claiming tn have Inside In
formation Is responsible for the statement
that Raymond Nelson, one of the youths
arrested In connection with the murder of
Nels Iausten, has agreed to plead guilty
to the charge of robbery provided he could
secure any hope of mercy at the hands of
the court. The same lawyer says Jay
O'Hearn. the chief prisoner, has Intimated
he may plead guilty to tha charge of mur
der if assured a life smtence and not capi
tal punlstunent penalty will be Imposed.
J. M. Macfarland and J. P. English, at
torneys tor the prisoners, deny the truth
of these reports.
County Attorney Slabaugh was closeted
all the afternoon in consultation regarding
County Attorney Slabaugh said he had
received no Intimation that any one of
the four Intended to plead guilty, and said
he would Insist that the cases go before
the jury. He U inclined to think a llea
of guilty on a first degree murder charge
could not be accepted unless the charge
was changed, aa the law requlrea the Jury,
in case of a first degree charge, to deter
mine whether the defendant shall be
hanged or given a life sentence. Nelson, he
said.' will go on the witness stand In the
O'Hearn trial and tell hla alory in accord
ance with the written statement he has al
ready made. According to thia atatement,
O'Hearn fired the fatal shot.
It ia said Hanlon will have no handicap
as the manager of the Reds and If he does
not land them well up in the race It will be
his own fault.
The Omaha high achool basket ball team
lost to 8tux City Friday night by the scur
of U to The ioux also won on the re
cent visit to this city.
Pop t'vler has signed hia contract with
Ducky Holmes' Lincoln team for the com
ing eeaaon. He has been running a hotel
at A Una. Kan., during the winiur.
Thomas sod Kcarnagle will alternate be.
to caictt ao.4 cm fux Uucvlu. or m
Eiesrilost (or ltesarstcaas.
D. Clem Deaver. Immigration agent of
the Burlington, has returned from his first
trip with a personally conducted party to
thu western part of Nebraska In search
of lands to he taken up under the Ktnkail
homestead law. A party of twenty aus
taken to Mullen and heneca, where It whs
iMkru in tow by the local men. who as
sisted in finding homesteads. Anotl er u-ny
will be taken out M-iich jj, and numerous
inquiries ate coming tn dally. The ex
cursion March A will go to Orai.t. lie
1'hniun and Cherry counties, and epe
utaiijr La ijum Uu X iluouis aid Ciut.
REO 16 II. P.. $1283.00
Some Proof s of Reo
Copy of Telegrams: ' i
Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. 23, '06. i"
KEO MOTOR CAR CO.,
Lansing, Mich. ' . .
Pasadena Altadena Hill Climbing Contest yesterday.
Reo wins 4-passenger elass, ears eosting $1500 or less by
big margin. Defeats Stevens-Duryea, Frayer-Miller, Win
ton K, Rambler, Buick, Wayne, Reliance,. White, Franks
lin, Ford, Premier, Auto Car, also wins second place in
runabout class. L! T. SIIKTTLKR.
Los Angeles, Cal., March 3, '0G.
KEO CAR CO.,
Result the first day Midwinter races yesterday, Reo
Touring Car won two events, making five miles in six
minutes,- four and one-fifth seconds. Also made fastest
mile of any btock ear on track, one minute, nine and four
fifths seconds. L. T. SHETTLEIL
Two Car Load Now on the Floor Keady for IeMvcry.
Agcuta for Ford, llco, Sloddurd-Dayton and Wavctly Klcftric
DERIGIIT AUTOMOBILE CO.
IM18 FAKVAM 8THF.LT.