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THIRD YEAR IN TOLEDO
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The Fimsfcrd Tire
Tu'o Old Casings
Don't Throw Old Tires Away!
Two Worn Casings Make One Good
Double Tread Tire
Securely Fastened by Our Original
Lock Stitch Method
The cost of redeeming your tread
worn UreH is so small and the saving
so great that thousands of motorists
In Northwestern Ohio are already
using TOLEDO Double Trend TlreH.
It takes two old tires to make a
Double Trend Tire, but If you do not
happen to have two, bring your old
tire to us (Just so long as It Is not
rim cut) and wo will furnish the
tread and make you a
Send today to
Tread Tire Co.
1111 Adams Street.
Price List Subject to Chan go
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Callings Tire Complete
Mxa IU.UO I 9 4.UO I 8.50
30x3 3.00 S.0O 0.7S
31x3 3.00 0.00 7J50
32x3 3.00 0.00 7.7S
30x3 Vt 3.50 0.00 8.00
31x3H 3.50 0.25 0.00
32x3 3.30 0.75 0.75
34x3 Mi 3.75 7.50 10.00
3Ux3ft 4.00 7.75 10.25
30x4 4.0O 7.75 10.25
31x4 4.00 8.00 11.50
32x4 425 825 12.00
334 425 8.50 12.80
34x4 4.50 8.75 13.00
35x4 4.50 0.00 14.00
30x4 4.75 0.75 15.00
37x4 4.75 10.00 15.50
37x4 4 5.00 10.50 10.00
35x4 5.00 11.00 10.5O
30x4 Ve 525 11.50 17.50
37x4V4 525 1225 17.75
34x5 5.50 12.50 18.00
35x5 5.50 13.50 10.00
30x5 5.75 13.75 20.00
37x5 5.75 14.00 21.00
38x5 7.00 20.00 28.00
207 E. Huron St., Ann Arbor, Mich.
Back To The Land!
THE LAND PRODUCTS AND FARM MACHINERY EX
HIBIT AT TOLEDO THE BIG EVENT FOR CITY
AND RURAL FOLKS
Just What You Will Find at the
Biggest Exposition of the Kind
Ever Attempted in This Sec
tion Something of Decided
Interest for Everyone During
the Gala Days Educational,
Amusing, Instructive Exhibits
of a Varied Nature.
Toledo has long been the center of
gatherings of Ohio, Michigan and In
diana. The many luterurban and
steam lines, the densely populated
rural districts adjoining the city, the
natural facilities and the hospitality
of the city make it the logical place
for such meetings.
We have seen the county and state
fairs grow from small beginnings to
events of greatest importance but
now Toledo, with its usual progres
slveuess and push, comes forward
with an exposition that will eclipse
any "fair" ever attempted, where
folks can gather in comfort, in .1
mammoth exposition building, of mod
ern type, and survey at leisure, and
in comfort the most advanced Ideas in
land production, farming, mechanical
and electrical efforts of a decade.
No pains have been spared to make
the Third Annual Land Products,
Farm Power Machinery, Live Stock
and Electrical Show clean, free from
schemes and of value to all. There
are so many interesting features it is
impossible to tell of all of them, but
a glance at what is under way will
only whet the appetite for a per
The U. S. government has recognlz
ed the tremendous importance of this
exposition and will have a vast dis
play, equaling that of the Panama
Plain and Fertilizer
The State of Ohio, and the varioui
branches "of state road, dairy cduco
tional and other departments will b
strongly represented. The Jovlans
a local Toledo electrical body, wll
make elaborate displays of electrical
Modern country features, such at
electric lighting, farm power machin
ery, the tractor demonstrations, water
systems and dairy methods, will be
exemplified in full. The demonstra
tions will be of a practical nature, just
as on the farm itself.
The city man will learn much of
road construction, he will And school
nspiays, modem conveniences and see
just how much the farm really means
to the city folks.
The ladles will delight in the vast
number of home needs shown, the
electric time savers, washing ma
chines, household appliances, furniture
and other items that make for better
homes; there will be movies, and all
free. The live stock displays will de
light the children and grown-ups
alike; there will be prize winning ex
hibits of sheep, cattle, hogs and poul
try. Taken all In all it will be a compre
hensive, magnificent exhibit, full of
interest from beginning to end the
dates are December 4th to December
ICth the place the big Terminal Au
ditorium on Cherry street, within easy
walking distance from the center of
town. This building has more floor
space than Madison Square Garden,
New York, and every foot of space will
be utilized to the limit for the "Farm
ers Own Show." Come one and all
for the best time of your life, and yon
will make money by learning the
facts presented to you.
GQURT HOUSE NOTES
W it for Catalogue
t The American Seeding-Machine Go.
SPRING FIEED' OHIO
&J1 FISH MIXTURE
'GROW BIrSIR CROPS
AGENTS WANTED' IN UNOCCUPIED TERRITORY
Write for Booklet
F. S. ROYSTER GUANO COMPAN Y
813-14 Second National Bank Bldf.
Final account of George Limmor,
guardian of Adolph T. Liiumcr.
Will of Urania Moore, deceased,
Hied and application to probate.
Emma Phillips appointed Admx. of
estate of Anna Phillips, deceased.
Uosa Oarllng appointed guardian of
Lucy CJarllng. et al
Will of Maiy E. Hall and applica
tion to probate.
Inventory filed by John Ilucumau,
executor of the will of Nicholas Iiueh-
Final account of Arthur Hurrlll,
dnir. estate of Samuel Deckrosh.
Will of Itohort Dunlpnce, deceased.
and application to probate.
Hearing of will of Urania Moore,
deceased, at 10 a. 111. , Tuesday, Nov.
14. Admitted to probate. Jos. A.
Holmes appointed executor.
'Final and third partial account of
Harry L. Moore, guardian of Chas.
P. and Ira Moore.
Hearing of will of Mary E. Hull, de
ceased, at 10 11. 111., Friday, Nov. 17th.
Hearing of will ofHobert Dunipace,
deceased, at !) a. in., .Saturday. Nov.
Hearing of Land Sale of Robert
Tiplady. executor, vs. Win. II. Rog
ers, et nl.. Monday, Nov. aoth.1
I. T. Iilggs appointed administrator
of the estate of James E. .Simmons,
Final account of H. J. Danforth,
guardian of Ouy. D. Danforth, has
StatPIUOtlt ill lieu of 11 ml 'fnr flnnl'
First National Bank of Howling
Green vs. W. H. Milllkln, cognovit
Drusllla Swope vs. A. C. Swope, di
vorce and alimony on grouuds of ex
Dayton nord vs. John Isch, J. H.
Ilanna and J. II. Wollain, as County
Commissioners of Wood County, for
First National Bank of Bowling
Green vs. Win, II. Milllkln, for monfij
WMXmJm siy a nival xTtcsVllTMIM
account has been filed by Mabel S.
Munson, administratrix of the estate
of Phally Smith, deceased.
I. T. Biggs lias been appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Jas. E.
Final account of Oeorge Llnuner,
guardian of Adolph T. Limmor, has
SOLD DUNGRIDGE LOTS
As advertised, Sheriff Sklbble sold
the west (If) feet of lot 22 in Dun
bridge, which was appraised at ?2,
200 to B. C. Harding for $1,511, to
satisfy judgment In case of B. C.
Harding vs. J. C. F. Wansitler.
Ford E. Mallon, 21!, oil worker, and
Miss Ruth Vivian Murphy, 24, nurse,
both of Cygnet.
Hurley J. Ilellinan, 2S, farmer, Per
rysburg, and Miss Grace A. Ault, 20,
Lime City. '
George L. Yeager vs. Joseph G.
Stum, receiver ordered to pay claims.
Central Coal & Builders' Supply Co.
v, Ioard of Education of Bowling
Green, leave granted Michigan Trust
Co. to amend t amended answer ami
eniss-petUIiiii by liiterllnealloli In
staiiter; same order as to KlvenlaU
S'tate of Ohio, Ex Rel. .luiuo She
haii vs, John H. Haiiiia, John I.aug
and .J. II. Wollain, constituting the
Board of County Commissioners of
Wood county, mid Ralph S. Gillespie,
as Auditor of Wood county, Ohio,
Suit in mandamus.
In the matter of The Estate of
John H. Btgelow, deceased, appeal
from probate court.
Get Your Money's Worth
In Work Every Season
THE Light "Allwork" Tractor is built for all around
work in any season of the year. Powerful for heavy
plowing light enough to get out on wet land in early
spring or on a soft seed bed for harrowing and seeding low enough
for orchard cultivating plenty of power for belt work. Here is the
practical light-weight, high-power farm tractor. Free from freakish
features runs on four wheels; carries the largest 4-cylinder engine
we know of on any 3-plow tractor. It sets crosswise on the frame, thus elvlnc di
rect spur ccar drive no bevel gears. Belt pulley Is on direct line wlUi crank shaft.
4 cvUfufert, S in. bore. 6 in. strode, 750 R.
P. M .. develops 28 H.P.at belt and 14 H. P.
at drawbar. Automobile type front axle.
rolfer bearing rear axle setf-oiUngsfeelgears
thoroughly protected horn dull. Weighs 5000
Ibi. Develops 3000 Ibt. drawbar pull and
4000 lbs. on low gear.
Bums Kerosene. Turns In 12-foof ra.
diut pulls three plows will pull four
under favorable conditions) will run
18-lnch silage cutler. 28-inch separator
pull an 8.toot road orader. Gasoline
or fcerosene fuel. Two -speed trans
mission working In oil.
Write for Our Catalog and learn how the "Allwork" can
make tractor farming pay big dividends on your farm. It's built
by a company with an established reputation satisfied customers everywhere.
Let us refer you to "Allwork" owners near you. Write today.
-A ELECTRIC WHEEL COMPANY. Box 300. QUINCY. ILLINOIS
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UmLSf"13i corn "heller:
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drill, piiU ma
er, plows, etc '
Hun wood saw,
EVERYBODY SHOULD SEE
THE DEMONSTRATION OF THE BALSO ZONE SYSTEM OF LUBRICATION
AND THE BALANCED MOTOR OILS AT THE
MILEAGE INCREASED, FUEL SAVED, CARBON ELIMINATED
TRACTORS, AUTOMOBILES, GAS ENGINES
233 ERIE ST
BALSO OIL COMPANY
I Modern Electric Lighting
Systems for the Country
Jusl what you have long wanted, 'a practical, simple ELECTRIC LIGHT plant
thai will give you all of the light you want, for farms, suburban homes and country
(tores. The advantages ate many, the cost moderate. Can be installed anywhere-1-thousands
of satisfied owners, , r)
See Our Exhibit At The Great - '
Land Products Exposition Dec, 4th to 16th
, IF YOU DON'T VISIT THE SHOW WRITE FOR DETAILS
SUBURBAN LIGHTING CO.
Summit & La Grange Sts.