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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1911)
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The famous Apperson "Jack Rabbit" touring car, one of the best automobiles on the market, and one
of the popular model four-thirty, five-passenger capacity, will be awarded as first prize. The famous Ap
person hand made cars have been favorably known throughout the country for so many years that a lengthy
preface relative to the merits of the car would but be added history. It is enough to say that the record of
this make puts the Apperson at the top with the leading cars of the country. It has road records and speed
records that challenge attention of buyers. The equipment of the first prize includes top, as in illustration,
two acetyline head lights and generator, three oil lamps, horn, robe rail, tire carries, foot rest and set of- tools.
The car is now on exhibition at the garage of Apperson Auto Co., 1102 Farnam Street.
Not ererybody can play a piano, but every
body would like to. Tbe 88-note Kimball Playor
Plano, worth $7(0.00, which la the second grand
price, will furnish, music for you whether you
play or not. It Is a wonderful Instrument and
will make some home a happy place for every
member of tbe family. Even grandma can play
this Instrument. If sister wants to play It with
out the mechanism, she simply has to lift a
lever. This player Is exhibited at the A. Hospe
store, 1613 Douglas St.
This prise Is a beautiful lot la A. P. Tukey
& Son's Her Addition, adjacent to Hanscom
Park and Central Boulevard. It is lot 4 of block
8, on Thirty-third St., and Is 50x130 feet. The
street car line runs along 32d avenue, Just a
block from the site of the lot Some young
couple, perhaps, will here erect a little cottage
in which to live for years and years.Who can
tell what lucky person will get this ideal lot?
You may be the one.
A $200 Columbia "Regent" Crafonola and
$50 worth of records form the fourth grand prize.
This excellent Instrument is one of the best
manufactured. It Is built of finest mahogany
throughout For any family this Instrument is
simply a musical gem. It i sure to Increase the
bliss of any home. It will draw the family closer
together, and form means of entertainment night
after night. This Grafonola Is now exhibited at
the Columbia Phonograph Co.'s agency, 1311
13 Farnam street.
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