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The Wisconsin tobacco reporter. (Edgerton, Wis.) 1877-1950, October 22, 1920, Image 6

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Do You
“Let the Rest of the World Go By”
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Do you too enjoy the beauties of the country ■which only
this time of the year affords.
Are you one of the contented who can watch their neighbors start on a Sunday trip,
within yourself, knowing that you too have a FORD in your ownj'private garage, which is ready
to go anytime, anywhere.
Do you depend on a friend or relative to take you to the best hunting grounds, fishing place or
evening entertainment?
Place Your Order With Us Now
and join the rest of the world in a FORD touring car, runabout, coupe or sedan.
Go When You Wish! Where iYou Like!
Enjoy scenery which this time of the year only affords. Economical service which can be found
only in a FORD. At a price which can be offered only by Henry Ford.
Touring Runabout Coupe Sedan
$575 $525 $825 „ $875
All cars equipped with electric self starting and lighting systems and all conveniences of the
higher priced cars.
T. & T. MOTOR CO.
EDGERTON, WISCONSIN
High interest rates are attractive, but in these uncertain times it be
hooves the investor to give first thought to the safety of the principal.
Among investments, public utilities, especially those of Wisconsin, have
always maintained a high rank. No utility in this state has failed or gone
into a receiver’s hands for many years. Moreover, the earnings of com
panies in Wisconsin, under our regulatory system, are fixed by the State.
The elements of soundness and constant earnings are therefore present in
an investment in a Wisconsin utility.
The above picture shows the dam and power plant of the Wisconsin
River Power Company. This Company owns the steel tower transmission
line from Prairie du Sac to Janesville over which electricity is transmitted
for use in Madison, Stoughton, Edgerton and Janesville and at the Samson
Tractor Works. This Company is now offering its 7 per cent Preferred
Stock to the public at par. In seeking a place to invest your funds during
this uncertain period, consider the wisdom of an investment in this sub
stantial Wisconsin enterprise.
You can procure your stock by application to the
JANESVILLE ELECTRIC COMPANY
30 West Milwaukee Street
Janesville - - - - Wisconsin
A Bargain in Land.
I own 840 acres of good, clay loam,
cut-over, hardwood lands in Marathon
county, Wis. Spring brook runs through
lands. Railway station only four miles
distant. Will make fine dairy farm.
Price $20.00 per acre. Terms reason
able. H. E. Andrews.
4414 Portage, Wis.

For Sale— A Quick Meal range, coal
or wood, very good condition.— Ed.'
Grassman, Phorte 61 Black. 47tf
For Sale— The A. H. Clarke house
on North First street. If interested,
see Grubb & Towne or myself. I will
Iso sell a part of my furniture at priv
ate sale. —Mrs. A. H. Clarke. 46t3
—lf you want a shine that stays,
come to Louis Lund shine parlor in the
old Barrett place*- Satisfaction guar
anteed. . 44 tf
—Can you afford to take any chances
when by coming to Monroe you can
save all local agents' commissions and
have the largest stock of monuments
in the state from which to make selec
tion? *‘Better Be Sure Than Sorry."
—Luchsingers’ Monument Works. 45t4
For Sale— One medium sized maga
zine feed coal stove, practically new;
also kitchen range, wood or coal, good
condition. Inquire of Fred Strasberg,
203 Albion St., Edgerton. 47tf
(First publication Oct. 8, 1920)
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that at a regu
lar term of the County Court for Rock
County, Wisconsin, to be held at the
Court House in Janesville, Wisconsin,
on March Ist, 1921, at 9 o’clock a. m.,
all claims against Jens Lund, late of
Edgerton, Rock County, Wisconsin,
will be examined and adjusted.
All claims must be filed in said Court
on or before February sth, 1921, or be
barred.
Dated October 5, 1920. 4
By the Court,
Charles L. Fifield,
County Judge.
E. M. Ladd, Attorney.
Sale Out. 21 TMUftSI Wifi S** e Oct2l
"“>|JIJ , &SCHS A"""'-
Gigantic Stock Reduction Sale
Oct. 21st to Nov* 6th .
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15 Days of Wonderful Selling.
The Big Store Lower Prices.
Its a tremendous event —a money saving event.
This great sale begins
Thur. Oct. 21st.
and continues until
Sat. Nov. 6th.
S*. .
A readjustment is on the way but it will take some time in
reaching the consumer.
We are backing our Convictions
with substantial Reductions NOW, and think what it will
mean to you—at the opening of the season— an opportunity to
buy your Fall Merchandise at Next Season’s Prices.
Because of the various conditions prevailing this season in the Industrial markets
we had to carry extraordinary large stock to maintain our usual service--these must
be cleared out—and to do this quickly, we have Reduced prices regardless of their
former valuations.
Bostwick’s Success
is the result of always playing fair with the public, and the only way to answer a last
ing and enduring successes to maintain the policy responsible for it. All we might say
here would amount to little unless the values back up every statement made. Come
to this sale and learn to your own satisfaction the remarkable values we are offering
in this GIGANTIC STOCK REDUCTIONS.
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“We keep the quality up.” Bostwick since 1850
More Goodyear Tires Used
than any Other Kind-Why?
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11/H Y is it that more car owners use GOODYEAR
y y tires and tubes than any other kind?
Why is it that automobile manufacturers use more Goodyear
tires as original equipment than any other kind?
Why is it that so many of the world’s famous racing drivers
show a marked preference for Goodyears?
Why is it that more dealers sell Goodyear tires and tubes than
e Goodyear tires?
Rubber Compa-
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better class of
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