National Geographic : 1917 Mar
The History of the Republic The discovery of the Prodium Process of compounding rubber is as momentous as was Republic's invention of the non-skid tire. REPUBLIC PROC"iTIRES Prodium Process makes rubber wondrously tough, with much greater resistance to wear. It increases strength. A strip of Prodium Rubber one inch square will support 3400 pounds. It puts longer life into Republic Tires. Even after the Staggard studs are worn smooth, thousands of miles of service remain in the tire. Send for a sample of Prodium Rubber Republic Black-Line Red Inner Tubes have a recordfree from trouble SThe Republic Rubber Company Youngstown, Ohio contains288pages,four color and four duotone plates, besides num berless photographic true-to-life reproductions. It lists all the stan dard varieties of flowers and vegeta bles,as well as the best of the season's novelties. The newest Roses, the best Dahlias, andDreer'sImproved HardyPerennials are given special prominence. Mailed free to any one mentioning this Magazine. HENRY A. DREER 74-16 hestnut St. EtNRY A. ... Philadelphia, Pa. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."