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Perrysburg journal. (Perrysburg, Wood Co., O. [Ohio]) 186?-1965, November 28, 1918, Image 7

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PRESIDENT SIGNS BONE DRY
LAW.
FARMERS NATIONAL EXPOSITION
For tractors use ihe
Balso System of Lubrication
and BALSO MOTOR OILS
WASHINGTON, D. 0. The United
States will bo bone dry after Juno 3
next until the termination of dem
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blllziitlon otAnicrlca's lighting force
Dedicated to the American Farmer,
the backbone of the world, the fifth
National Farmers Hxposltlon, to be
opened Dec. 0 for 8 dnys at the Term
inal building In Toledo, promises to
be one of the moat successful ever
held,
Practically every bit of available
floor space has been reserved, and
Mnnagec-H. V. Buelow has been ob
liged to refuse such displays as the
STATE APPLE SHOW WILL
BE BIGGER THAN EVER
Is proclaimed by the Tresldent of the
United States.
Prohibition leaders say the law In
sures permanent prohibition for the
nation, because the process of demo
bilization may take two years, airfl by
that time the prohibition amendment
will be ratified.
We will demonstrate at the
National Farnfers Exposition
Fnrmers from all over the United
States who vlll gather in Toledo com
mencing December 0 to 14 inclusive,
to attend the Nntlonnl Farmers' Ex
position, will be Interested !n the 8th
Ohio State tipple show, which will be
u feature of the exposition.
Indications arc that the apple show
BALSO OIL CO. Toledo, 0.
Both Phones
WANTED Competent GIRL for gen
eral house work; highest wages
paid. Mrs. J. L. O'Neil, 519 Col
lins St., Toledo, Ohio, Home Phond
Park 1901-R.
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PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS IT PAYS
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A
ISiltish War Kxhiblt, owing to luck of
space.
Special decorations from Chiengn
have arrived and are being put Into
place. Flags and gay autumn follagr
against n white background give a
festive nppearance to the big audito
rium, and form an appropriate sotting
for the many fine displays.
The main floor has been given over
chiefly to the industrial exhibits,
which include 25 tractors of every
variety, 8 grain separators" and 10
motor trucks all of which will be
demonstrated dally. The state apple
show will also be an important fea
ture. The balcony exhibitions will in
clude township nnd county war gar
dpji products and Institutional dis
plays. The Tied Cross, War Mothers
and similar war organizations will
have booths.
K. T. Skinner, of the Toledo Com
merce Club, will establish headquar
ters at the exposition during the
week, and be ready at all times to
furnish out of town people with in
formation about Toledo.
4mwlil itiliufnfll nrnffpimo ttUI Iwi
given every afternoon and evening. I
The large theater where moving pic
tures will be shown, will be open to
visitors each afternoon and evening.
AN EXPOSITION OF GREAT
INTEREST TO EVERYONE
Special feature have been scheduled
for practically every day of the
National Farmers' Exposition, to be
held In Toledo the week of Dec. (I.
The programs Include information
of vital Interest to every farmer. More
than 60 delegates, representing the
various state brotherhoods of the
Treshermen's Association, will be
present Dec. 11 and 12, to attend the
meetings of this orgauiaztlon. The
sessions will be presided over by E.
E.Purkinson, editor of The American
Thrcsherman, published at Madison,
Wis.
"Good Roads" day will be observed
under the direction of the Lucas coun
ty Improvement Association. All
tow.nship trustees, county commis
sioners anil surveyors are expected to
be present at this meeting. A. B. San
dles, secretary of the Ohio Macadam
Association, will preside.
One day will be devoted to the In
terests of the Ohio sugar beet grow
ers. It is also probable that the De
cember meeting of the Ohio state
board of agriculture will be held dur
ing the exposition.
The Exposition has the following
endorsements Stnte of Ohio, Toledo
Commerce Club. Tbresherman, Retail
Merchants Board, all Agricultural Or
ganisations, Ohio State Horticultural
Society, and Good Roads Advocates.
wKl be cue of the best ever herd.
Ti'fhniiMl specialists from all over
the ("".an try will be present to answer
questions and give any Information
desired concerning fruit production.
The best methods of setting out fruit
ttee's, the most up to date pruning
methods, and effective measures of
controlling scale, codling moths,
Worms, scabs, and other troubles con
nected with the fruit cultivation will
be dealt with.
The apple exhibit will Include dis
plays by Important fruit men from
he entire state. Among those who
will have exhibits are W. and W. G.
Farnsworth. of Lucas county, whose
reputation in fruit production Is na
tional. U. T. Cox of Lawrence coun
ty, who has developed the Rome
Beauty apple to Its highest state of
perfection, will exhibit a car load of
his finest products.
X. E. Shaw, secretary of agriculture
in Ohio, Prof. V. II. Davis, chief of
the state bureau of markets; F. C.
Cotton, chief of the state bureau of
horticulture, and representatives from
the, horticultural deartments of In
diana and Michigan will also be pres
ent. Other features of the exposition
will include county and township ex
hibits of war garden products, dis
plays from the Toledo welfare farm,
the Lucas county Infirmary, the State
hospital, and the Market Gardeners
exchange, a corn show and poultry
show. In addition to the industrial exhibits.
GAME AND POULTRY ARE
FEATURED AT FARM SHOW
Entries for the game aiid poultry
show which will be one of the fea
tures of the National Farmers' Expo
sition to be held in Toledo Dec. 6 to
1-1. will number more than 125 pens.
The show, while not as large as
previous exhibits, promises to be one
of the finest ever held in Toledo. .A
the Poultry Growers Association will
hold jio Independent exhibit this year,
this will be the 'only opnortunity of
fered Lucas eoimtv pon"ry growers
to compete in a local show.
In addition to the poultry, pigeons
and rabbits will be entered. Entries
will be received up to Dec. 1.
The exposition, devoted to the In
terests of the American farmer, will
include every possible phase of up-to-date
farm production. An exhibition
of tractors, grain separators and mo
tor trucks, which will occupy a large
portion of the main floor, giving dally
rtomoTiRtrjitlons. will be a feature.
Township and county exhibits and"
war garden produce will be shown.
Special Prices
on
First Quality
Tires
Farmers Exposition Week
See Our Display
At The Show
CAMEL TIRE CO.
Order by Mail if
you care to
Money back if
not satisfied.
' 712 MADISON AVE.
TOLEDO, O.
FIFTH
ANNUAL
Exposition
National Farmers
And STATE OF OHIO APPLE SHOW
Terminal Auditorium TOLEDO, OHIO
December 6th to 14th Inclusive
THE GREAT MID-WINTER EXHIBITION OF ESSENTIALS HELD IN HONOR OF THE AMERICAN FARMER,
THE BACKBONE OF THE WORLD
TRACTORS ON DISPLAY
Bull
Advance Rumley
Avery
Farmer Boy
Fordson
Greyhound Steam
Hart-Parr
Lauson
Mogul
Moline v
Ohio Happy Farmer
R-P
Emerson
Staude
Titan
Bates Steel Mule
Heider (2 Models)
Frick
Huber Light Four
Waterloo Boy
International
Motor Cultivator '
Hession
Turner Simplicity
And more coming
GRAIN SEPARATORS
ON DISPLAY
Russell Junior
New Rncine
New Frick
Grayhound
Birdsell
Hubcr Junior
Williams
Nichols & Shepherd
And more coming
MOTOR TRUCKS ON
DISPLAY
Denby
Graham
Kisscll
Republic
Federal
Collier
Auto Car
Smith Form A Truck
Velie
And mor,e coming
Dndgo
International
Maxwell
Standard
Troy Trailer
Pierce Arrow
D and E Truck
The Greatest and Most Wonderful Display Ever Made
' Farm Products, County and Township Displays
War Garden Exhibits Open Daily 10 a. m. to 10:30 p. m.
PORTABLE GARAGES, LIGHTING PLANTS, MILKING MACHINES, SEEDING MACHINES, DISC, HARROWS,
SILOS, CREAM SEPARATORS, MOTOR CULTIVATORS, CORN CRIBS, STOCK FEEDERS, SAFES AND FARM
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