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I ,' p ,v T jjiWr' I vfrtwwww fan .W-.-.-iJ,--w...L MCx4 AUTO SHOW IS HOE COMING WEEK The scciips ni( set. Tho stngo Is ready. Toledo's Eleventh Annual Au tomobile Show wns a .success from the time its tfoora swung open, because the elements of success were nil In place. Huko as it Is, the nudltorlum of the Terminal building was crowded. Pas senger ears, trucks, tractors, accessor ies tho 200 spaces were more than filled ; some of them had to double up. No previous auto show equals this In variety and excellence of exhibits. The automobile industry is the youngest of America's great commer cial family. And ns youth Is proved, tempered and perfected by war, so It has been developed Into a steady-eyed, sturdy young giant. It knows what it can do, and better still, It docs not know what It cannot do. The war lias donel a wonderfu thing In democratizing the motor car. It is no longer n luxury or a Tlcb man's plaything. It Is every man's friend. Tho farmer, the city man, every man lives more comfortably, makes more money, docs more good for his com munity because of It. The motor car helped our armies whip the lntn. The motor car helped our home folks put the punch in those armies. The motor car, and Its twin, the trnctor, saved Europe and Amer ica from freezing and starving. The motor car played a first part In win ning the war, 80 we look at it with new eyes, this year. Wo go to this Auto Show with a feeling of friendliness for the motor Industry. It is our "buddy", ns the doughboys say. We were shut out from companionship with It while It wns devoting Its all 'to government service. Now that It Is back, w6 can say with nil sincerity: "We have llnlshcd 'Unit war job, changed from the khnkl back into citizens' clothes, and here we nre again, very much at your serylce." .tiS HAVE YOUR OWN DAIRY-KEEP A COW iEi2iitB!rpr2sz ' tSfcr: k -w. ....,... w. - ZL. - , .rV, . , . FAA1ILY COW IS AN ECONOAUCAL FOOD PRODUCER One (iocd Animal Will Keep the Average Family of Five Well Supplied With Dairy Products How to Feed and Care for Her Properly. fn One good dairy cow properly fed will .supply all the milk that is nrecd ed by the average family. A cow producing on the average of two gal lons of milk with one gallon of whole milk, which is about three glasses for each icrsoii, and there will be enough milk left to make on-half pound of butter daily sufficient for the family. Such a family cow will also furnish approximately .three quarters of a pound of cottage cheese, which Is u most palatable meat sub stitute when It is properly made. As meat and muscle builder it is fully equal In the human diet to menr, pound for pound. Thou there will be about three quarts of buttermilk and whey, which can be used for bread making. A COW FOR EVERY FARM Every farm should have at least one dairy cow. More may be kept if it is desirable or profitable, but there should be at least one eow. The farm family riehly deserves the best1 of food and from the standpoint of econ omy it should have lnexriensivc food. Milk produced by the farm cow is not expensive. Whnt other animal can so well utilize the grass plots around the house and barn throughout the summer? In the whiter it will be necessary to give her some commer cial feed, but the cost on any farm will not be great. Even with this the eow Is profitable, for she produces milk that furnishes plenty of bone and muscle-building material for the young people, and gives strength, to the older members of the family. Dairy dishes in any form add variety to the meal. Milk can take the place of many purchased foods also 11 1 a great saving in cash and health Maybe there should be more,, but surely one cow to the farm. There Is re.ison in .ui things, imt cot in all people. If a girl has rocks it lakes a man of band to win her. DELCOLIGHT 0& ELECTRICITY FOR EVERY FARM L '.-): &II Qh Z'.KlfyX Yd v. - s. r I'm hi ii 1 xr iA. - r s. t 1 vffiKHH ' pni NinPyF s II U I rajsKjflllllliiJI a DELCO-LIGHT1 W II - n DELCO "The Starting, Lighting and II .SlANrfflil rM..tll .... 1 . M II of the Automobiles. , 9 J WorJd Over 1,000,000 satisfied ' 4 users. a DELCO-LIGHT f "The The Complete Electric 4 Standard Light and Power Plant. "" K of the Over 00,000 satisfied " j World" users. J I II , " It lights the house .and. barn It fur-. A ; ? nlslies power to pump the water, wash 9 ,i ttlf '.,' ,.. the clothes', churn the butter, sepur-. d II "' .1 . ate the cream run the vacuum d II '" " ' .r " cleaner Und the electric fan. ' ' m ' V " ' ' f ' ''":' r;Wh'en you attend the Auto .Show In., 8 ,, Toledo visit our large new display 6 .' lrooms and investigate Delco-Llght.- ( S ":: Ill J ' , ..; ,'4.ft.ALKER, pibji.tor i II r"wii Mr iw w wwmwwW mam! -jui . tlfr V J Putting It Over "Sayt" thundered the head of tho department, "What do you follows mean by lnsulttnG Miss Mincing? I don't know what you said, she didn't tell me, but she understands Ficnch and she got everything you said. "You thought she didn't understand French and that you could say any thing you liked and get away with It. Dut you were mistaken. She came to me in tears about It. it Is u mean, underhanded trick to talk a language that no one else understands, and when people don't know what they are saying they imagine all kinds or horrible things." "You said," replied the comedian, brightly. "That's exactly It. Mlsa Mincing sort of gave it out that she understood French pretty well. She hadn't leally ever studied It, but her knowledge of Latin helped her a great deal. "Whenever I hear anybody bragging that his knowledge of Latin helps him to understand something else 1 know that person's knowledge of both la not much to brag about. "Once upon a time many years ago some fellow said that thing in regard to Latin and French and Latin and German and Italian and Spanish, and English and Swedish and United States and Wisconsin, and people have been passing that along about every language ever since. "Now, I don't mind telling you that I don't know a darn thing about French. Everybody comes to me when they want to know how to pro nounce the name of a French village, and 1 just tell them off-hand, but the Information doesn't come from any storehouse of knowledge, but from a Hat that I have hidden In my desk, like: 'Verdun-Vayrdoon, Soissons-Swass-a,' and so lurth. And that's all I know about French. "As for Sappy, who is also accused of saying naughty things in French, all he knows is the names cf a couple of restaurant dishes that he got from some bill of fare and one or two ex pressions like 'tout ensemble.' So when I come to work In the morning I say to Sappy: 'Swass-a la vahrdoon,' and I make it sound like 'Good morn ing, or something and then Sappy comes back at me with his list of restaurant di3hes as tho he were saying something about the weather and adding a little mlt of surprising news. "Then I asked him in French wheth er ho has pen, ink and paper, and he laughs as tho I had been saying some thing too delicately humorous to bo expressed in English. "Sappy replies that he has pen, Ink and paper, also a dish of scrambled meat, and that's the extent of our French." "That's all," said the head of the department. Turner Simplicity Tractor 14 25 Weight 4200 3500 lb. Draw Bar Pbll Power Stearing A Real Tractor Good proposition for Dealers CHAMBERS MOTOR SALES CO. Distributors for Northwestern Ohio and Southern Michigan. 15th St. and Jefferson Ave. TOLEDO, OHIO 1 FARMS WANTED We have cash buyers for farms within 00 miles of Toledo.- We can use two 40-acre farms right now. Send us your description. THE VODER-BOWER CO. 557-58-59 Spitzer Bldg., Toledo, O. II. I'., Main '1 IJ, P., Main 777 II gt I 4 57 " IH3 Cf HiAIL J""" ( J 5 ORDERS H J Return tires H 3 J J at our expense 10 DISCOUNT TIRE SALE ALL THIS WEEK FIRST QUALITY TIRES Guaranteed 4000 Miles By the Factory and Ourselves Selling Direct from Factory to Consumer Saves You the Middleman's Profit. Deduct 10 from Following Prices Size Smooth 28x3 $11.70 30x3 12.10 30x3'i 15.70 32x3"4 18.25 34x3"2 31x4 24.05 32x4 24.55 33x4 25.65 34x4 26.25 35x4 , 31.65 33x414 34x4 35.40 35x4 36.95 36x4 37.55 37x4 35x5 40.95 37x5 44.70 Non-Skid Tubes $12.35 $2.45 12.95 2.55 16.50 3.15 19.65 3.30 29.40 3.90 25.25 4.00 25.70 . 4.20 26.90 4.30 27.55 4.40 33.20 4.95 35.85 5.30 37.15 5.40 38.80 5.50 39.45 5.65 40.95 5.90 44.35 6.65 46.95 6.95 The Ohio Tire Service Co. Incorporated 1915 310 Ontario St. 724 Madison Ave. TOLEDO, o. Automobile Dealers A Rare Opportunity Is Offered You by Grasser Come to the Motor Show. We j want to tell you about a Dealers Proposition on Tractors, Trucks j and Olds mo bile Cars that are ready sellers. Oldsmobile Passenger Cars JISBiHHlHSlilll: M jBHpkBSSWHBSIu -rSrMiteh Grasser Motor Car Co. i Madison Ave. where 16th Crosses Republic Trucks R&PTractors i 5 R& P These motor prod- i Tractor ucts are back on a i at pre-War Price I Pre-war Basis J lances. 5 5 This coupled with g our proposition jj will make you big jj money this year. i Come to the 4 Show and see jj us about it. i w TOLEDO, OHIO t 1 M 1 II ' v MiKK , "V .