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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 16, 1911)
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a striking victory
in the six-day endurance run
The Largest Rubber Supply House in the World
Driven over roads of rock, gravel, sand
and on city pavements during the hottest
of weather and continuously at record
breaking speed for six days, each of
fourteen to sixteen hours, driving with
hardly a stop throughout the day.
There was never a puncture never a skidand
always perfect traction of the cars equipped with
G. & J.
Life and limb
demand a tire
that will hold.
Resiliancy is a requisite of the trained motor
ist He would as quickly ride in a dump-cart
as to equip his car with inferior tires.
Morgan & Wright
Economy demands that tires shall
be built to last. Tire trouble is the
bar to automobile satisfaction.
Skidding is a great
er weakness in a
tire than instability.
days in Iowa and
4 days in Nebraska
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