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THE 0MAI1A SUNDAY BEE: DECEMBER 26. 1900.
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AUTO BUSINESS INCREASES
National Benefits Achieved Through
Effective Organization. "
MODZL S. TOUmiHO CAB, t-ryl-
ln1er. Hi horsey -t. K'mni. nower
ful and of dignified a,aisnre. The
door are wlrie. I'he nnnu gives
utmost comfort. ICm ry line nf 1 lie
rur khfI'.k nw and relaxatl'm. Motor.
4'x4' Inches: ignition, double, mag
iralo anil battery; trmisinlsslon. slld-lna"-geir,
three speels anil reverse;
wheelhase. lin Indies; wheel.
Inches: tires. S4xl Indies; spring,
lialf elliptic in front, three-quarter
elliptic scroll In rear. Price. ll.SOO;
MODEL O, BOADSTKB Converted
Into touring car. 4-cyllniler. 70 horse
power I'nusually stylish and at the
sine time most convenient for su
burban line. A full-fledged, roomy
touring car with tmnenu attached;
an elegant roadster with tonneau re
moved. Motor. 4x4' Inches; igni
tion, double, magneto and battery;
transmission, alUing-gear, three
BUST Ta BUILD AEROPLANES
Motor Company Provide! Facilities to
Manufacture on Large Scale.
K0 FEAR OF COMPETITION
Ca)aeltr of the Ksrlorf to Be Four
Alrrraft Per "Week and Maaj'
Ordera Have Been Booked
In spite of the fact that the whole
world is talking of aviation; and that
the mac&xines and newspapers are filled
with s'pries of the development of the
new science. It is almost Impossible for the
average cltiien to picture to ' himself a
time not more than twelve months distant,
wlren the whirring of motors high up in
the air will be a familiar sound; and
the bird-like progress of the aeroplane a
sight to which he will quickly become ac
customed. From Dayton, u. The home of aviation
comes word, however, that will dissolve
Uie doubts of the man on thu street and
enable him to grasp the solid fact that
mastery of the air Is a thing accomplished;
and that the aeroplane is hard on the
heels of the motor car as an aspirant for
popular favor; at least in the world of
Henry Stoddard, secretary of the Speed
well Motor Car company, of Dayton, en
joys the honor of being the first man
to (five out definite and positive Informa
tion concerning the manufacture of aero
planea In America; and the Speedwell com
pany will build the first plant devbted
to that purpostc, n Uln It under roof and
In operation the firt week in January.
"The Speedwell company goes Into the
aeroplane business to the extent of erect
ing a plant," said Mr. Stoddard In the
course of an Interview, "with no fear what
ever that such a Btep marks the begin
ning of serious competition between the
niotur car and the craft of the air. It is
true, undoubtedly, that the aeroplane will
' be taken up by a large class of sportsmen.
Uecause we believe and in this the Wright
brothers bear us out that the coming of
the aeroplane means the creation of an
entirely new field of sport; and that the
motor car demand which, as everyone
knows, Is simply stupendous at the present
lime will continue unchecked.
Balldlaa; Ready Soon.
"The building for the production of the
Wright aeroplanes will be ready for active
occupancy about January I. It will afford
S.T00 fet of floor space, and will house the
wood working and other machinery neces
sary to ueroplant manufacture. The motors,
we understand, will be manufactured else
where. "The space we are providing for the
Wrisht Bros., will enable them to pro
duce four flyers pi week, and at this rate
the filling of present orders which call
for li planes will kfcp the plant running
full time for an Indefinite period. We be
lieve that the demand for lh Wright ma
chine In 1910 w ill run close to the l. mark,
if not actually beyond It.
"The company has also pro ided a lrge
open space immediately adjoining the
factory, to be iised as a testing field for
aeroplanes and a field of instruction for
The Wright company ft New York is the
name under which the Wright brothers
have Incorporated for tl.OOOOOO at Albany.
Wilbur Wright is president of the company,
his brother Orvllle Is vlc president. Clin
ton K. Peterkin of New York Is secretary
and treasurer, and the executive committee
la composed of August Belmont, Andrew
Freedman and Theodore P. Shonta.
In addition to the Wrights, the directors
s4 yT-, f
4 Cylinder, 20 Horwrpower
Selective type transmission, equip
ped with Bosch Magneto. .. .$750
Fifty miles an hour Is no extraor
dinary speed for the Hupmobile. ami AY rite us
It will climb any bill that the big
gest or beet automobile will climb
DE TAMBLE, 16 h. p., 2 cyl.,
shaft drive $G50
A wonderful car at this price
speeds and reverse; wheelha.e, 110
Inches; wheels. .14 inchex; ttr. (4x4
inches; springs, half elliptic in front,
three-quarter elliptic scroll in rear.
Price, $1,675; top extra.
MODEL Q 1, 4-cilnder. horse
power. The classiest small louring
car made fast, economical In up
keep. The quickest starter and the
smoothest stopper. Climbs hills with
marvelous ease. Motor. Jx4 Inches;
ignition, double, magneto and battery;
transmission. sllding-gear. three
speeds and reverse; wheelbHse, 93
Inches; wheels. JO inches; tires. 30x
SV Inches. Price, $1,009; top and gas
lain t extra.
MODIL Q BTAJJDABD, 4-cylinder.
22 horsepower A car for a variety
of puiiifi. The addition of an ex
tra tent s'-st for one or for two con
vert this model into a smnll touring
I car f jt the use of the family. Motor.
- BRISCO OMAHA
are George A. Stevens, Henry S. Hooker
and Aljiheua F. Barnes.
It Is understood that BJnong the eajrtern
financiers and sportsmen who are finan
cially ansoclated wlh the Wrights, In
addition to those a'ready named, are Cor
nelius Vanderbl t. August Belmont. How
ard Joti:d, Robert J. Collier, Morten S.
Plant. K. J. Bcrwlnd, Allan A. ltyan and
Hunt-ell A- Alger.
A good antl-f reeling solution is obtained
by using five pounds of hydratcd calcium
chloride crystals to one gallon of water.
This solution will not freese above sero
Fahrenheit. A proportion of eight pounds
to the gallon is recommended by one
authority, but In most cases the weaker
solution Is preferable, as there is less
danger of too much water being allowed
to evaporate and of trouble caused by
crystals forming in the pipes and prevent
ing circulation. Fresh water should be
addtd frequently to keep the system filled.
Shovr Profits for Road Work.
The annual show, under the auspices of
the Automobile Club of Buffalo tN. Y.).
which Is scheduled to be held at the Broad
way arsenal during the week of February
14. Is receiving the active support of the
Buffalo Automobile Trade association. The
profits will be spfnt to further various
'projects, Including the proposed Niagara
falls boulevard, Improved highways and
the erection of sign boards on all roads in
the vicinity of Buffalo.
Scheme to Save Furl.
During cold weather It is often possible
to economize gasoline by removing the
belt from the radiator or by shielding a
portion of the radiator from the air by
means of a covering of some sort. This
prevents the circulating water from being
maintained at aa low a temperatux as it
otherwise would be and reduces the losses
through the cylinder walls, thus Increasing
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF IDEAS
Skill aad Labor of Thoaaanda Re
flected la Patent Office
The patent office is the one department
of government which actually yields a
profit something over $$0,000 for the last
fiscal year, during which the fees amounted
to $1 S-C.OiO. While It would seem increas
irgly difficult to Invent something which
had not already been Invented and pat
ented, the records show 62.0(4 applications
for mechanical appliances, on which 15.000
patents were Issued.
. Inasmuch- as the last year shows an In
crease of 4,000 applicants. It is evident that
invention, instead of growing less. Is, on
the contrary, steadily Increasing; and while
many patents are secured on which the
inventors real lie little or nothing, yet for
tunes are now and will continue to be
made from new and practical ideas. In
most cases the cause of failure -to realise
expectations will be found In the natural
tendency of an inventor to magnify the
possibilities and minimise the difficulties
of selling his Invention. While an occa
sional "find" Is made by someone work
ing along a line in which be Is poorly
Informed, hundreds waste time and' money
developing some device which ,jhen fin
ished proves lo be either old or without
If the inventor would have bis attorney
make a search of the records before in
stead of after completive his Invention,
he would save money and beable to work
out his ideas along lines different from
those already protected by patents. Pop
and wounds are healed without danger of
blood poisoning by liucklen's Arnica Salve,
the healing wouder. 2T.c. For sale by Bea
ton Drug Co.
We have the different
models here ready for
guarantee delivery dur
ing the 1910 season.
An exceptionally fine
proposition for dealers
in our territory
W. L Hoffman.
2C25 Farnam St.
34X4 Inc'tcs- ignition, double, msg
relo i'p 1 b.ltery: transmissiin, slid
ing i.ir thiee speeds and reverse;
whei'lbMse. Vs Inches; wheels, $0 in
ches: ti-oii. S0x34 Inches. Price. $900;
gas lamt'K xtra.
MODEL AA BTJHABOUT, : -cylinder.
1.' I.oisepower The greatest
populnrntr ot automobtllng In Amer
ica Mstiinl and workmanship of
t ecc-gnlro! llaxwell standard. With
out a sincle rival for economical op
eration mid sbsolute reliability. Mo
tor. 4x1 :ncis- Ignition, double, mag
ni I bnd lattery; transmission, plan
clary gear; wjieelbase. 2 inches;
wheels, is Inciies; tires. 28x3 Inches;
springs, full elliptic, front and rear.
The Q ptkniiard can be furnished
with either removable single rumble
or surrey seat for 2 pasengers, or
with Sportsman body.
STREET, OMAHA, NEBRASKA
Along Auto Row
(Continued from Second Pasrrf""S
oiuvi.ioDiie uitvcajes the wear anfl tear on
Hit tires 15 ptr cent."
James M. Gilson, sales manager of the
illtcholl Mutor Cu company, announced
t.viuy thi't t!,e fire, which on Sunday de
stroyed ihe Ham ol tne Racine Manufac
turing rompnr.y, under contract to fur
nish Mitchell bodies, will In no way Inter
fere with the Mitchell output for 110.
We have more than sufficient bodies
on hard at present to meet Immediate de
mands and have made arrangements
through which we will continue to receive
then. In such quantities as we deeite."
sld Air. Gilson. "There will bo abso-
iuy Ij. Smith
llerRers Automobile Co. . . .
I"lont?r Implement Co.
T. O. Noithwall Co-.
Maxwell-Brinco Omaha Co.
C. F. Louk
Uninger Implement Co
Ilrick P. Kuhn
It. R. Kimball
Stanley Steamer Co
International Harvester Co
W. L. Huffman Auto Co
Omaha Automobile Co
Freeland Bros. & Ashley
H. K. Fredrickson ,
Dm mm on (J Carriage Co.
J. J. Deright & Co
The John Deere Co
Velie Auto Co
Coit Automobile Co
Central Implement Co
Atlantic Automobile Co
Council Bluffs Auto Co
Wallace Auto Co
Nebraska Bulck Auto Co
Omaha Motor Car Co
Sweet-Edwards Auto Co
The Standard Auto Co
Mid-West Auto Co
Van Brunt Jt Co
Deright Automobile Co. . . .
Apperson Sales Agency. . . ,
lu:iiy no delay and deliveries jf Mi', ii'il
cars wii be made according to conirict
Ti.e iik E. Fredrickson Automobilo com.
ptn Ii.e received a handsome i'ier- Ar
ic.v ti-bt.. which will be on exiiioitit.i in
Its sl.okv iioin until the lattc; ,urt of :!i
The intricate points of detail have been
very carefully looked after. The crest on
the doors Is the most intricate and elabor
ate and at the same time the must ex
pensive the Fierce people aj.e ever
Mayflower . earing han Jean.
WAKHIXGTON. Dec. 2a. The Mayflower,
bearing Secretary of War Itickinson and
party to Porto Rico, was reported by tire
less to the Navy department last night
about 400 miles from San Juan, where it
is expected to arriev Monday morning. All
on board were well.
Bee Want Ads ara Business Boosters.
ANHUT "SIX," Detroit's
Pony tonneau $1800
The Inter-State models for 1IU0
are much larger than last season
a more liberal power margatn is pos
sible; the wheelbase has been length
ened to 118 inches, the graceful line
and roominess of this powerful ln-ter-Siate
will please you. No high
priced car can give you more. 40
horsepower, 3 models 81750
MANY W0KK FOR GOOD ROADS
Maofaet arera larreaae Their Oatpat
froaa Tnestr-Fitt t Fifty Per
(eat for the Comlaa;
It has been estlma(ed that America's
automobile output for 1910 will be close to.
if not fully, J0O.OO0 cars. A reflection of
this truth Is already being shown In the
elaborate preparations and the large num
ber of exhibitors for the two great annua!
and national shows In New Tork City
running through the two weeks from De
cember SI to January 15. Close observers
of the business Interests that make possible
an output of 2O0.O00 cars, see the truth of
this statement In the bustling activity
everywhere apparent among makers of, cars
In scores of cases the product of 1909 Is
being Increased for the coming year from
30 to 60 per cent. New factories have been
built, others enlarged, great combinations
for economy and Improvements have been
effected and the great series of shows
which, beginning In New York, will be
continued for the next four months or so in
all parts of the country. Including Omaha,
February 21 to . promise to be the moot
successful, both from the manufacturers'
point of view and that of the public, ever
held In the United State.
This enormous output of new cars demon
strates at the outset, two things, first, the
stability of the manufacturers and the ex
cellence of their product and. second, the
tncreaslng popularity of the motor vehicle.
And It Is because of this- latter fact that
the ever widening influence of the auto
mobile upon the economic and even the
political welfare of the country deserves
to be earefuiy noted. In other words,
what effect for good or for til will these
thousands of new ears exert upon the
national life and conditions?
Toarlac Is Increasing-.
To properly answer this question it will
be well to make a brief survey of the aut-
Omaha Automobile Dealers
. 2218-20-22 Farnam St
. . .2205 Farnam St.
. .191 Farnaui St
. .1000 8. Main, Council Bluffs.
. .014 Jones St . .
. .18th, near Farnam
. .1808 Farnam 8t
6th and Pacific Sts
lth and Harney Sts. .
.2128 Farnam St
J2315 Leavenworth St.
801 Capitol Ave
.202.V Farnam St
.216 South 10th St.
.1102 Farnam St. .
.2046 Farnam St. . .
18th and Harney Sts.
1818 Farnam St
oth and Howard Sts
.Wh and Farnam Sts. . .
.24)33 Farnam St
1115 Farnam St
Council Bluffs, la
.Council Bluffs, la
24th, near Farnam
1012 to 1016 Farnam St.
1117 Farnam St
2032-54 Farnam St
2024 Farnam St
, .Commercial College Bldg.
. .Council Bluffs, la
. .1814-1816 Farnam St. . . .
. J 102 Farnam St
omobile Influence within recent years. Of
prime importance comes the test for tour
ing, then a growing appreciation for good
roads. As extensive touring means travel
ing from one state to another, there nat
urally arises the demand for reasonable
municipal ordinances and uniform . state
legislation to protect the rights not only
of the motorists, but other users of the
highway; allied with these arises the ne
cessity for proper signboards marking the
distance from place to place as well as
dangerous curves, railroad crossings and
bills, and further, proper maps and route
cards. In all these the automobile has
ecored victories, not always accomplished
without battling against prejudice, but how
readily this has been disarmed when the.
ability of the motor car for various uses
has been discovered and when the owners
of machines have been careful to exercise
courtesy and discrimination for (he rights
Xo longer does the farmer men ice ire
motor car as In former days. The farmer
in many parts of the country Is now one
of the most ardent advocates of automobile
use and no lunger decries the movement
for good roads. Indeed, the National
Orangs and farmers' clubs are now ihe
strongest allies of automobliists toward c
curirrg beneficial measures.
Ktrenula la Organisation.
Still another point, and perhaps the mosi
prominent of all that has been accom
plished year by year by the steadily in
creasing demand for more cars, thereby
meaning new owners, new users and a
wider distribution of service every season,
la the organised strength that has devel
oped. The governing body of the I'nited
Htates. the American Automobile associa
tion, depends upon the automobile users of
the country for the ability to secure thee
very benefits as have been enumerated.
This natione.l organization Is the represen
tative of the aulomobllixt of the couniry
through their hundreds of clubs.
That the national Idea- Is being well
worked out is amply shown by the fact
that the national association showed an
Increase of approximately re per cent In
membership during the last year, lis pres
ent membership being close to 16.000. There
are thirty state associations, including
those of Hawaii and the District of Colum
bia. These associations have a member
ship of about 22Z clubs, and there Is In ad
dition a score of unfederatM club in stairs
where state associations have not as vet
Chamberlain's Liniment has an enviable
reputation as a curt for rheumatism.
Best ol Everything for the Leas! Money
New and Second-Hand Automobiles,
Horns, Oils, Prest0-Lite Tanks
Always on Hand
SEE US BEFORE BUYING
2024 Farnam Street
BUGGIES HOLD THEIR OWN
Manufacture Increases in Spite of the
Giant Strides in Auto Industry.
FIFTEEN PES CENT INCREASE
Mann fact arera Say Mtlllan aad Half
More Spring- Vehicles Ballt Tale
Year Than Last aad BI De
mand Is In the West.
Vehicle manufactures who have given
the subject of output any considerable
study, are of the opinion that the build
ing Industry is not at all seriously moo-
. .Packard, Baker Ranch A Lang-Detroit,
i . .The Peerless, Franklin.
. .The Studebaker K. M. F
. .The Jackson, The Fuller.
. .The Brush Runabout.
. .The Maxwell.
. Jklarmon, Haines, Fal-Car, Hallnday,
. .Cadillac, Stevens-Duryea.
. .Stanley Steamer.
. .The International.
. .The Interstate, Hupmobile, DeTamble,
. .The Auburn, Rider-Lewis.
. .Midland, Mason.
. .Pierce, Thomas, Chalmers-Detroit,
. .White Steamer, White Gasoline.
. .Locomobile, Mattheson, Stoddard
Dayton. . .The Velie, Columbus-Wilcox Trucks.
. .The Velie.
. .Rambler, Mitchell.
, . .Schacht.
. .Ford, Reo, Premier.
. .Rambler, Mitchell.
. . .The Stearns.
. .The Buick.
. .The Carter Car.
. .The American, Moon, Parry.
. .The Standard-Six, National, Traveler,
. .The Cole.
, . .Overland, Pope-Hartford.
. -The Lexington, Regal, Mercer.
. .The Apperson.
aced by the so-called automobile craze.
That the Industry Is undergoing a read
JuMment of means and methods Is not de
nied, and some of the builders are turn
ing their talents toward manufacturing
otter lines than vehicles. But this Is
only relieving the tension of an over
crowded market, and those who remain
as manufacturers will a short while
be In prosperous condition again, says
Motor and Horse Vehicle.
In his report of the Carnage Builders of
North America, which reoentlv held Its
nDual convention In Washington, Mr. O.
IS. Bannister, said that from Information
In his possession, he believed that there
had been built In the United States from
October 1, 1SW6, to October 1. 190?, not less
than 1,500,000 spring vehicles. If this is
so. and there Is no reason to doubt the
accuracy of the figures. It would show an
increase in manufactured goods of approxi
mately 15 per cent for the year, as com
paied with the production of 1907-08. It
would show, however, a decrease of ap
pioximately 10 per cent over the same
These are the Cars for which a hea?y demmi will be made this season
The American a Car in a Class by
itself 50 Horsepower $4,000
The Moon A five or sev
en passenger luxuriant
family car. Two models 45
horse power car, $3,000.
30-horse power 5 passenger
To Agents: A liberal iiroporiitiou to agents in unallotted territory. Cars for imme
Sweet-Edwards Automobile Co.
2052-2054 Farnam Street.
period in 1KW-7. when the production of
vehicles was at its hlght.
AVith the year JuFt closing, showing an
Increase of 15 per ctnt over the previous
year, it Is not unreasonable to believe
tlat the coming year will as well show a
consideiabl? Increase in the production
of vehicles. It probablv wiil not reach
l." per cent, for that would be an enormous
output of viliicles by far larger than has
ever been built In the history of the
If the coming year should chow but 10
per cent Increase- in production over the
last year, it would mean the manufactuie
and selling of the enormous number of
1.650.000 Jobs of spring work a stupendous
number In Itself. When one looks over
the field carefully, It is seen that the In
dustry Is not at all weak. True, some
manufacturers have been compelled to re
adjust their plans and plants, but gener
a'.ly these have been builders who have
been catering to the wealthy classes, which
have. In a large measure, discarded Ihe
vlctorli. brougham and landau, and other
ultra-stylish makes of vehicles, for the
motor car. But men who have prospered
In these lir.es In the past have been able
to keep their factories running and paid
good dividends because they have taken
to building automobile bodies, for which
work their factories were excellently equip
ped. East Overstocked,
it is true, too, that some vehlc'e. man
ufacturers In the extreme eastern portion
of the country have been compelled to run
on short time and to take up other lines
than vehicles, but there is a reason for
that. The eastern dealers were overstocked
with work a couple of years ago, and have
only Just begun to see their heads abova
the big stocks of vehicles which were
unloaded upon them then. It Is generally
believed that more vehicles will be sold
to dealers in the Atlantic coast states and
nearby localities next season than during
the last two or three seasons.
In the middle west there has been a
general tendency to enlarge the factory
capacity of vehicle manufacturers, and the
output of most concerns has been larger
since January 1 last than ever before.
Some factories In this section have, been
transferred Into automobile plants or to
the manufacture of automobile bodies or
parts. This has given other manufacturers
an opportunity to build and market their
goods, and has relieved to a considerable
extent the possibilities of over-production
and lessened competition.
; It Is noticeable that manufacturers of
moderate priced vehicles for city and farm
use, such as buggies, surreys and other
pleasure vehicles, are having demands for
all the work they can produce at this time.
Some concerns are even now compelled to
operate their plants long hours to keep up
with the sales which are being made by
travelers and by mall. Additions are being
built to factories, disproving the oft-made
assertion that the vehicle industry has gone
to the doss.
Demand for Skilled Men.
One thing which is troubling vehicle
manufacturers is the tendency of auto
mobile manufacturers to take their best
skilled help at higher wages than they
can afford to pay. Many a factory has
recently lost many of their best men, lured
to the auto manuacturers by the guaran
tee of big pay, which the vehicle men
could not meet without largely Increasing
their selling prices. This has necessitated
promoting mechanics who were really not
ready to take the step, and placing In sub
ordinate positions men with little or no
Some prominent carriage builders, at the
recent convention of the Carriage Builders
National association, asserted that they
had been compelled to turn their attention
to the manufacture of automobiles, or ac
cessories and parts, or else Quit business.
They advised their brother manufacturers
to do likewise.
TO BEAUTIFY AUTO SHOW
Expensive Madison Square Gaxdea j
Decorations for Auditorium. j
CROWDED TOE EXHIBIT SPACE
Manaaeinrnt Mar Deride to Healara
Second Floor In Ilia; Display Hall
Forty Dealers Are to
Automobile dealers of Omaha have de
cided to make the coming show at the
Auditorium, February 21, 27, not only a
big show shop for the display of all the
lale.-t designs in automobiles, but also
to make It a veritable bower of beauty.
Clark G. Powell, who has been In the
east for the last month has arranged with
the promoters of the Madison Square
Garden Automobile show to secure some
of the splendid statuary which is to be
used In New York In January for the
Omaha show. The promoters of the
Garden show will spend $30,000 In decora- '
Hons and Omaha will be able to secure
the Lest of this at a greatly reduced cost.
The Omaha show looms up bigger and
bigger each week for fhe list of dealers
in Omaha is weekly growing larger and
each of these will be accommodated with
with space as long as there Is a little
room left.. The show committee, consist
ing of Clark Powell and M. G. Hosford.
makes dally visits to the auditorium to
figure out where additional space may be
secured. The question now confronting
the committee is whether the additional :
floor which was used for the Corn show
will have to be put back for the automobile
Growth In Five Years.
Five years ago 'there were about five
dealers In Omaha and when the first show
was held that was about the number of
Omaha dealers to show. Now there are
nearer forty dealers and all carry large
stocks of cars and accessories.
Implement dealers are doing an immense
jobbing business In Omaha In automobiles.
These large concerns have found that it
is to , thejr prof it to handle automobiles
and besides they wefe practically forced
to do so In order to hold their country
An Instance of the w the automobile
business Is being pushed was shown by
one of the large jobbers last week. The
Kaclne-Sattley clmpany decided to put In
a line of automobiles. Hoy Coffeen, the
local manager of the company, received
his model car, a Firestone Columbus, made
by the Columbus Buggy company, last
week, and during the first week twenty
one cars have been Jobbed out of the
The automobile accessory business la
Omaha has kept pace with the growth of
the autoitoblle business. When the show
closed last year the Powell Automobile
company was practically he only concern
engaged In the automobile accessory busi
ness. Mr. Powell did a business amount
ing to about 1100,000 on the year. This
year the accessory business of the four
concerns doing business In Omaha has '
reached the enormous sum of over 11.000, -000
and the business Is considered as still
in its Infancy. As the automobile business .
Increases so will the accessory and the
more machines sold the more tires, the .
difference being that a machine will war
out many tires.
A Break for Liberty
fiom stomach, liver and kidney trouble fs
made when a 26c box of Dr. King's New
Life Pills Is bought. For sale by Beaton
Drug Co. -
The Parry one of the
most popular cars this sea
son. Long, easy riding
cars, (116- inch wheel base
30 horse power car, $1,285.)
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