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ROUTE OF LINCOLN
HIGHWAY TO STAND
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GOODYEAR BUYS RUBBER
Akron Company Has 8
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HORSES WI IK 11 HAVE RUN WELL AT SARATOGA TRACK
Colt-Stratton Company
to Handle Dodge Car
New Detroit Product Has
Been Eagerly Sought Be?
cause of High Standing
of the Makers.
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CARS FOR ROAD MAKERS
California Commissioners Will
Use Three Cadillacs.
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at Saratoga Springs Track
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WILLYS FE ? FROM
FOREIGN WAR ZONE
Overland Maker Lost Car,
bul Reports Sales to
Warring Nations.
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-eo'jri'?l *'*<-r>riimodations on the boat
u hich to Ei glai d Juat as we
were going aboard with our r?utomob?!<\
id used in a week,
it wa* leized by the Frenen military
i, vho commandeered th?? car
n n use. Mar.y other Arrr.r
ar tou!iats anflsred I -ame 1o*m.
Truck Makers Do Not
Favor Use of Trailers
Declare They Impose Ton
Great Strain on Power
Plants of Standard
Type of Vehicle!.
In'i . eaaed to i
the Nation il A Chai bor o?
Commerce -,
an?l economy of
standard mo1
eiworod in detail br th<
epanios ?\v< f, Bak?
Motora, K lei, I ? i
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and proper hand
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ti. Such a
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cannot long resist the jolts and tack?
ing over i
miles an hi
cannot be lubncat??d propi
higher speeds, and they quickly wear
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To obtain durability ai
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type oi' bi?a I ? | ? -truc
tion as the ti gh the
trailer does not need to be buill
heavy as the truck.
The ?lemat.il is for a eombinal
truck and trailer that will haul
ten to twelve toi - A g id four-wheel
trailer, to carry I
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s weight,
-city of the tl idt, the
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rtg ? ? rack .??"If
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P lylvania 2t.oo0
. a combination
trailer weighing
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STARS IN BEACH MEET
De Pain.a, Mulford and Others
to Appear at Brighton.
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all-ro. , ,- raced.
i events. He
Mercadea wi'h
which he v ,-) at10 the
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rat ? * ar.d the
?i 1912. Hin brother,
.1? an De Palma, will dr;\e one of these
<ar.?r in soasa events, ar.d po-.-ibly a
Peugeot raer in ?there.
praeaat on hi?
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tot honors.
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be at th>* wheel
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de t'arr.?iu-. Other probable
Amour Pergveo*, in
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t'ole; Neil Whalen, in the "(ireasy
? Lotier, Piat, Ben*, Paig-e
.'?a'.ional Mercer and
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;iro?ramnii for the opening d*y
in of a number of
.e on Lahor ['ay the
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iles, for a purse
n, promises to be one of the
rig centurie*? ever reeled off
rhia ever.'
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the other
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? '. be [,.,* ?m each da;>._
M TO.MOM LES.
AITOMOHII.KS.
AlTOMomi FS.
AUTOMOBILES.
Tires at
efore-War Prices
Yet We Never Got Choicer Rubber
We Never Built Better Tires
There exists now a new reason?most compelling?for buying Good
year Tires. It results from war conditions.
These leading tires?built of extra-fine rubber, in the same way as always
?are selling today at June prices.
Due to Quick Action
I . i r I y in August?when war began?the world s rub?
ber markets seemed suddenly closed to us. Rubber prie es
doubled almost over night.
Men . ould sr.r no way to pay for rubber abroad, and
no way to bring it in We, like others?in that panic*?
were forced to higher prices. But we have since gone
b.ii k t?i pn< ea we charged before the war, and this is
how we did it :
We had men in London and Singapore when the war
broke out I he larger part of the world's rubber supply
Comet through there. We cabled them to buy up the pick
of the rubber. I hey bought?before the advance?
1,500,000 pounds of the finest rubber there.
Nearly all this is now on the way to us. And it means
pi.i? ti? ally .?II of the extra-grade rubber obtainable abroad.
Today we have our own men in ( olombo, Singapore
and Pira. 1 hose are the world's chief sources of rubber.
So we are pretty well assured of a constant supply, and
our pi? k ol the best that's produced.
We were first on the ground. We were quickest in
action. As a result, we shall soon have in storage an
almost record supply of this extra grade of rubber.
And we paid about June prices.
Now inferior Grades Cost Double
About the only crude rubber available now for many
malten is inferior. In ordinary times, the best tire makers
refuse it. Much ol it had been rejected. But that "off
lubber" now sells lor much more than we paid for the best.
The results are these:
Tire prices in general are far in advance of Goodyears.
And many tire makers, short of supplies, will be forced to
use second-grade rubber.
Be Careful Now
In Goodyears we pledge you the same-grade tire as
always. And that grade w<m for Goodyears the top place
in 1 iredom?the largest sale in the world.
.And. for th?* time being, our prie es are the same as be?
fore the war. \^ e sha'l try to keep them there.
W e accept no ex etMVC orders, but dealers will be
kept supplied. And we charge them, until further notice,
only ante-bellum prices.
That means that Goodyears?the best tires built?
are selling way below other tires.
(JOOD^YEAR
AKRON.OMIO
No-Rim-Cut Tires
With All?Wcath?r Treads or Smooth
Goodyear Prices
It is Folly Today to Pay More
30 x 3 Plain Tread
30 x 3'o "
34 x 4 " M
36 x 41 , "
37 x 5 " "
$11.70
15.75
24.35
35.00
41.95
THE GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY, AKRON, OHIO
ll.l? < ,,ll.|i..lM I.,i. mm ...nur. Ih.ii ?h.\,-r ?lid un? ?Hui rublMT .,rn h h, li eiv.-? Ihr I.|,r,,r ???ir
Any Dealer can supply you Goodyear Tires. If the wanted
size is not in stock he will telephone our Local Branch.

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