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FALL FASHION NOTES
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Dninty New
Camisoles,
$1.00
l tHlacMSdl'.Vf T
pwa jn'ijss
hntm Skirts,
$3.95
Fas It i u n able
new I'nll slvlc
of lustrous Snl
satin. Its weur
ring (tinlity is
Ktinranteed.
Olt
Iliiti will be large and small and
high and flat this season. They will
aim Jo br becoming and ought to
succeed, for there arc styles and
slzct for every type of face. I'er
turps tlip .small, high hut Is just a
bit moip worn at present, but the
broad-brimmed flat liut will hold' lis
own und contlnuO'to be popular.
The best iiuts urn tilmmed Tery
simply, depending upon their e
epUeiH'c of mntciiul and beauty of
lines for leeognltion.
Thcte Is- much trimming at the
back of the new huts, wheie bushy
AN ATTlt ACTIVE
NEW DAXCK FKOCK
225:227
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Mado of crepe
dc chine and lace
in white and
flesh; 91.50
values.
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TOLEDO, OHIO
The Selection of Your New Fall Coat and Dress Here $
Carries With It Every Assurance of Styles ; t
Correctness and the Maximum Amount of Valu&
mBKtanfsnvKMMcraa
Wott
feather fancies are pel died ntap
high eiowns of TelTet or tuIoiu-s.
Shoes Insist upon belnpr noticed
moie than oyer this full, but they
RIM
ALL wool ;ml u yard
wide" wenl oul of
fashion wilh niosl gurincnl
mukci's when Ihc price of
wool won I up. They put in
collon and skimped on the
fullness ol the garment.
Hut one maker we know
refused to sacrifice quality
standards. Woollex coals
and suits are absolutely all
wool and there is generous
fullness in every line.
Our Woollex prices will
surprise you.
Xv oolffcx Coats, $23 to $i3
oallex Suits Si!.r to S7.
"It Pays to Crss Over"
Parsons Garment Co-
23Z-234 Stimmit Street
The Store Thai Srifril'mllrp.
TOLEDO, OHIO
are very obliging, for when they
can't exactly match the costume they
form a contrast with it, either In u
dllYorcnl shade or color.
Shoes" with cloth or suede tops aie
being wain moie tha ntinything else
just now, and they are usually of
shade.s of tan, ranging fiom a light
fawn color to the dulket brown.
Walklngshocs of the. lather heavy
Kngllsli style aie Tory popular, and
they ton aie preferably in tan. The
combination of gray shoe. and a navy
blue' jjadt or street ill ess Is very
siiinifT!
Stock it nil j:i bols stand oul pjunt
lnelill.. hr collections of latest neck-
w e.i i .
l!i Mi wl'l i en: cent a badge of
fashion mi rm co.it. .Made entliely
of one rui Ihc belt glrcs hlmpllclty
to handsome new models. On other
coats belt, cull's and bands of eon
H listing fins toe used. The belts may
encliile the waist, or extend only
half ttjy ai omul the tiguie. either at
front or back. The bejt Is placed at
the high wuMlliio, thev normal line, or
aie well down iver the hips.
An iflort to put 'newness'' Into
the popular sti night Hue ha been ic
cently introduced, however, by an ar
rangement of back looped or 'bide
drapery which changes the slim out
line to the bustle .silhouette.
The innjoilt.v of the newest lihboii
ui elites while exceedingly tleh in
ellect. .! somewhat subdued in col
or and design, so I hat when made
into bags they le.ullly harmonize
with the uvei.ige stieet costume.
55E
mimm
Before the
School Bell
Rings
Sec to it that your children's eye
pn i:amined.
D.nv't handicap them in their
plutUe-. Play safe.
Glance may or may not be
ncecsnry. We can tell yon.
It's bttttr to know thmn to futu.
I (THE L. BECKMAN CO. '
I Ntw LcUob.
' 323 ST. CLAD gT.
TOLEDO, OHIO,
m
Our New
Fall Display
of
if i 9 a.
Furniture
Is Now Ready
for ;
Your Inspection
We Sell Furniture
of the Better Sort
at Common Sense
Prices.
dTOLBERG & PARKCr
OXsikANp, andbancroit J
" ruEKUuruwitr-
Ll J -JiJ
CAW W Cr "
Mrs. James I Sill with her knitting
at (he horse show.
Many society women in the largo
MiKteii) cities are obseived these
Jays knitting1 everywhere in public
for the soldiers and sailors. Mrs.
James P, Sill of New York, who car
ile. Iier knitting everywhere in a
I'ul Cross knitting bag, is .shown ul
Work while taking in the horse rhow.
APPLES SEPARATE A COUPLE.
Man Say Wife. Was Suspicious of
His Breath,
-.DETROIT, Mich.Thcie Is no hope
for a- happy man led life for -Chailes
It, liiivrats-ch as long as he cuts ap
ples. Accoiding to his bill for divoice, e
cry time his wife, Oliidjs, smelled the
odor of apples on his bre.Uh, she in lb
took it for the aioma. of haul Ihjnor.
As a lesull, Chailes, asseitod, sin1
scolded and nagged him until offeu
she "became inaitlculate."
Chailes i.dniitled that he oeeat-lon-ally
blew the foam oK a glahs of beer
Hfter a haid day's noil:, but he itsent
d the injiistiee of an apple breath be
inn conMined o ciuelly.
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The fiock shown i of flesh colored
patin and is free of elaborate trim
mings. H has a dii itty of draper
ies wilh inside panniers ami the
zouave bottom. The bodice K of
ciepe neoi;ette with rullles falling
from the nhoulders and a nulled
Fatin jriidle encircles the wait and
tomes to a point at the iij,'ht tide.
HERE'S BIRD OF A MYSTERY,
ip- ' ii. -.yi-iip---2?--- i L '-Uc.' Z-.' ' 'mi . i
All the Latehl Stjlr- All the Newest Models
M onderl'ul Value.
Splendid ('oats for women ami misso. uf wool
M-loitr, Kersey anil chciol in lilail,, blown,
Krcen, n:i anil IhiriuuK, .
s'Jll.llO values al...
Lost Gold Ring Is Found on Plgecn'i
Neck.
STELLA, Mont. Aithur DeMuth, a
pigeon fancier of Stella, is deploriim
the Ioe of his birdb for jewehy. Re
cently he lost a valuable ling while
attending the pigeon.
He tiied advei Using In the local pa
peis, but it was futile. Recently, how
ex er, while out among his blidB, he
saw his ling around the neck of one
of the birds.
DeMuth told friends that he would
guaid the pigeon carefully and wait
until it died to recover his ring. He
cannot-i emote it fiom over the bird's
head and Is consideiably mystified as
to how It got aiound the pigeon's
neck.
Smart Winter Coals for women and misses,
of wool velour. ciicviol. kcrsev and plush. Isiruc
collars, generous pockcls, till Un
wanted colors, "-Ufi.110 values, al.
Kli'Kanl Coals of line broailclolh. iiom-poni
clolli. wool velour. plush; liir collats .mil Inrfif
sell collars, all sues, sonic up
to IK; s:'..")!) values, al
.$14.95
mil misses,
ilusli. laro
.$18.95
. liom-poni
s .nut large
$24.95
Is Of linest
silk lining
$85.00
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V i t !erfilh allractivc nioilel Coats Of linest
lii'ri.uU lolli S.tlls plush, silk velour, silk lining
.'in it clt.rvni.ile lur trimmings,
at :'.L'.riii io... ..
-MICHAEL J. LEO TOLEDO, 0HIO
Street and Alternoon Dresses of Serge, (Jeor
RCtte Crepe, Satin and Taffeta Silk.
'I wo jicw l'all slvles pleated straight line
Dresses, made ol silk poplin unit wool scigc, in
black, bi'QWi, gicen, nnv. Copen, (go QP
wistaria anil ruin, .s!I.!I5 values at... tDO.IO
Sliinning new i'nll Dresses of InU'ela, silk, new
tlrnpcil skirls, also small pleated and embroiil- &
er.v liiiuincil all wool serge dresses in rfl A nr v
nuvy and black. -2II.U0 values al pl4-.iD
.Smart new Fall Dresses ul tallcla silk, salin
and line serge ant! sMriped peau dc cvgnes, all L
the ntvc,st wauled colors, taupe, lhir-a t q nrf W
gund.v, ntivj, etc., values Io S2fi.0() al plO.IFt
Doens of cleMjr new models, f:fshioneil of
-ci'gc and satin or Georgette combination, tuffcln m
;lk. .jtl'i and chainicu-.i' ami cicpc tie chiiic, all
(lie best shades and colors; tQC flH &
-pedal values al l!).!l.') to fjD.UU
A Fair Question.
A little girl, aged G, had been breath
Jesslv watching the teirildt villian of
the film plaj. When he l cached a rail
wuj bndgi; she iiitiud io her mother
and apkctl'
"Oh, nnivver, what's ho going to n
now "''
"lie's go'ng to blow up that blidsi."
"But muvM'r," came back the small
impmiiig voice, "how tan hu get
fcnough bieffV"
MOBILIZES WOMEN
GREAT PIANO BARGAIN
The fable 1'Uno Co., 'MX Superior
St., Toledo, 0.,'Bif a'tliejobtrittnejit
In a nearby town,. whlj.-H'rathrr tliD
ship back to Yoledo, 'iu'r will sell at
a Kienl s.o-rt5ee. This pluno ihas an
elegant ease, Is equipped with all
modem lo'iproviiuicnts7 and Is fully
guaranteed for many years by The
Cable i'lano Co., j who uie one of the.
largest nuinufuetui-er.s'iu thq wotM.
I THcmeuue:in order to make a (julcl:
Kate uioy wm maKo me price Tery
Jqw and-wilLx.a;wdeUJ5nabJi! ternis.
lf.you sre iotercsfed, wrlttf to them.
adv,
ml Mm
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i&i$- ,- K&kinjftm t , f
ir,S' MSSSSfi J
Passing of tlie Trapper.
The forvvnid mnuli ot civilization
has leached the v. ilds of the Canadian
nottl. and tiapjieis teport that their
business is rapldl.v becoming unpiolit
ablc on account jof the fiequencj of
the siltlemenls. That state of nffaiis
is to be expected and the wondei Is
thai the bliunliori Jias not become
moie acute long ago. It it temaikablo
thiil the lnisine.-s Ins continued inoflt
ablc Histoiy has repealed itself in thin
. a in all other things. The advance
guard of civilization was veais be
hind n class of haidy trappers vho
earned their livelihood in the soli
tude of the foicsjts b taking ani
mals for their fins. As civiiiation
.ulvanccd the number of tiappeih be
came larger and the amount of game
diminished until llicie was no longer
a profit to be had fiom the business.
U began with Maine and Ma-saeliu-setts
and eonllnued to ihe vvesivvaid
uniil the l.nlied Stateb was po longer
tenable lor the trapper. The HuiUon
l!..v Comp.in.v pliscivtd the Ii07.en
north of Caiuula for half it cenliuy
af'c the United Staten had teased to
bn a piofitablo hunting giound, but
the onwaid niaich of i:IIioiuis and
the ever lestle, wave of honieseekeis
J ts at last adv aiued to the veiy out
post, of the Hudson Hay teirlloty.
Gold and wheat h.iva been lodestones
and the trapping business surfeis.
Wheie will we get our furs in the
fulnic? Wo will ,ialse them. I'ox
tainting, .s'kunk fanning, eut fanning
and tint hundred and one other kinds
ot animal laislng will Jake the place I
of the tiapper and his guns. Other
fur Waring shlmfils will soon he
taught to e.tt out of fh'e hand of man
.ust ah the doincstii; animals of the
faiiv have hi en doing for centuries.!
Mriii v. Ill simply cnlaigo his tnntiul
ol the lowus aniiiitils, cnlaigc his con
nol over the fiii-bcaiing us well a?
the foii'.liiaiing animals
lil COURTY
i COURT HOUSE HDTES -
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AIAKRIAHE LICENSES
William' .1. Hamilton, o.iii.v man.
Weal county, und MNs 1oi'utli,v l.
I'laerfier. IS. i:.-i-. Tuledo. '
L.ivvieiice L. Ct.mics. '1T, labuicr.
and .Mi-s .y.ir.v Snyder, Hi. both nl
Xoi til Ihiltimoic.
C.iil.C. (;hist.v. ;'-,, pilot, f,pi-ili..
and .Miw Vcillc M. I pp. '.VI, I'vrr.v
lung.
.t lilt 11. Waiiu-i. --'. I.iimcr. and
IN .ciiulc.M. Klnkci.lilnir. 'I'l. Imtli
I Claud K.ijiid-.
.1. lines Al. Mi-Kliiiimi. ;!::. clerk, and
Mis Adclla II Cinluiil. .".II. belli ol
I'ovv llnu: iJreen,
lt' Albeit I'ib.in. 111. fanner, llcii
ly township, and .Miss Molilcu.i Au
gust. IP, Noitli Miiltimoie.
I'l.lieuce l.oc, HI, tcaiiistci. and
.lull.-i Al. r.lse.v, :!. tioth of C.v gucl
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
I'.ilnicr Oil A (Jas Co. to William
1.. KvvuiU. '.Ti-IOd ucie. M'ctlon 7.
Illoiiui Tvvp.. y'20.
Alice L. Hill to Willhiin W il
.loan I.'ckley, ." acics. section '211, .Mil
ton Tivp.. -?K
Alldiloi Wooil iiuut.v In Al.ir.v C
Steele, lot 071. Jnith Mlllillloic So.
Mary c' Steele to t". II About,
same. X
Cli. is. II. Alilioi to I1. nil K Dcuall,
lots (i7,,l mill ii7, Niiitli r.iltliuoie,
V.1II0.
Alice L. Stouflei to Alls A. .1.
Steele, lots oil .nut r.r.' Noitli ltal
llmoie. MOO.
T i. Carrlck lo Thomas .1 Coin
well. 7."i-ltUl acie. sV-ction' :t. I'crry
Tvvp.. ifl. '
Itosie A '.imlnei to Kiliil IO. Millet,
---1IIII Mcl.l seclliili 'It llnlll-v 'I'w II
Allfe .r Milcr to Levi 11 Slnely.
lots Ml! and1 1 17. ilr.iud ItapiiK M.
HEINZ SUES (iROWERS
The II. .1 Hein. .Co. Iilell Milt
against two o" their loiuato giowcis,
Frank I'. Sw ail, ami A. K Stoclivvell,
in an ell'oii to test rain theiititriuu ilN
poslng o aii,v )iatt of the tomatoes
grown' on each of their ten acics of
ground contracted lilr by tin plaintll'l.
.ludge AlcClellaiiil granted a teiupor
arv 'liiiuitctloii icstialullig t'liither
Miles.
You can cnsil, Keep ttack of your
gasoline inllcakc by Using jour nip
speedometer. Set this at (I while they
are tilling the tank with gasoline.
When the tank is again tilled, divide
the number or tulles- tiavelcd and jou
will 'have the julles- per gallon, lit
this w-ay j on can tell 'Cvai-Hy what
Ihe lailinis gr.iiliis 61 gasoline will do
in y'oiu1 iiiofur under rill, vlngi driving
conditions,
' I . , I I I l 1 1 1 II ? V
O turjjr n4 r
ftfiss Florence .Marshall. ;
Upen thq shouiijers of Jdiss1 Flor
ence Varftlmll falls the crcat task of
motiluing the womanhood of the
counuy under the Red Cioss flag.
.'!',(, bus .Ikjwi appointed to orgunizo
' women ,oi, Amoijta,so thal'sur
t'PU! dYesUrfgE 'jlrid'tittic'r tiecesitie
'W He'd "ChNsWoVJc'-'witl be mude in
great quantities. .
The Bit Place.
In tht coii'sii of u le?son on the ,ih
ji et of dnnsc'tii economy and h.v
glene h mltlics got a slngulaib
mait slid M ani-v.er fioin a little
girl Speakint. ol milk and Its impor
tune ss a food, (he lady asked:
"Whit Is thtJimt plac whejeln to
keep the milk peifectly nle nJ
ttrert dining, say, m hot Miutmer iIh.vV"
Alid on pil-1 M'ldonll.v thinking it
was kii -asy one-proinptlj nvvll"
ed:
"Vlf-htr, tratber, in 'be, ow."
Where EmeraWs Come From.
U"hL Of Hi world's onciahls now
f l.u f.oM Hopota. Thfl mining ot
hem in a government monopoly and
ir a lumble-doun old building In
lligola, one used as a bank, ; ou (
may, If piopeily Inttoduefd Ritd
guiwdrd, g.i7o llt rally on quints of
nfiw)iss,Monci, btovved ttwa In bags
as In-jiomu Asvd,ln's cau. Kverj-- ,
Wilts Usvilii8.
DIRT IS THE THING TO BUY,,THESEDAYS IF
i
-'V fVM'x'
t the dill Is piodliclug good ciop-j nild If the' ll,iilr(i:ld'lV(lieie to
handle the ci ip altei- they aie piodui-I'd and tl tlfl" tHiieaii he
bought at a icnsninthlc price and vlll double anil ticl'ilt" iu'tic o:
I. 11 I C.ll. I JiJ , . v.' "
'l'HEN THE DIRT OF THAT ll'OA'VN ' '' ' ' , -
IS THE THING TO BUY.
oiti uioiiej will be safe .hu) your sliaie or the luollliw ill he large
enough Io sec with the naked ejc.
FLORIDA LEADS IN HIGH RATE OF PRODUCTION
AND CRYSTAL SPRINGS LS THE TOWN THAT
HAS THE DIRT YOU OUGHT TO" 1JIIY, ;
CRYSTAL Sl'ltlNCS Is on Ihc main llpc or lli.e 'i';ibfiifd I' iilio.nl.
ill miles fiom Tampa, ihe .MKTItil!UlilS UK Till'; i()l"i'll.
CltVSTAI. SIMU.Vl'S I.A.N'DS aie in IMm.0 and Hlllcboro Counties
The ciop ictiiriis of the laud under eulllintu'iufor.lhV.si! two coun
ties average -VlfH. 00 per acre. i- . i i. o ' . i
CRYSTAL KIMCIXCS glows Dasliecnu, V'tiiulvs'. 'Watcriheloiis.
Cantcloupcs, St l a whet lies. Corn, Mais and all garden, vegetables,
also Changes, (iiapei'ruit. I.enions. (Juiivas, flv,. ll)JiTi1''m'sl Ifjllinu
the j ear round, 1 ,i . -, (,j ',.' i
CRYSTAL SI'fil.N'CS N n NoRTllc;t.'. .Wlll'l' JIAfV'S jTtlWN.
where you can buj laud In 10. JO, HO iin'd'. 10 uyHt liaV-t at VIMMI
per acie cnh or moiillilv pajments tn salt j-iutl- condition.
SEND W.TO FOR EVERY ACRE YOU WANT RE
SERVED WITH YOUR ORDER AND I WILL SE
LECT FOR YOU' THE REST, LAND NOT TAKEN
WHEN YOUR ORDER IS RECEiyED. ( ,ii M
NOW IS '1 Hi: Tl.MK I'll AT. I'lepuie lur llie" iiillnv.- -High
pilces of food si nil's will continue for jcats., . , .,, v
TIME AND TIDE WAIT FOR NO MAN,;," Y.OUR'OPOR
TUNITY IS RIGHT NOW. ORDER TODAY.""
JOHN Bt,IItUELLER, BOX E, CRYSTAL SPRINGS!' Fl'.A.
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