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G NEW YORK 715 BROADWAY. ADDRESS ALL BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE TO THE f?tm 810-816 SEVENTH STREET, N.W. ? au? ?too ? Gl P?LACE Washington, D G, PARIS 4 CITE PARADIS : / TKE DRIVE BEHIND THJ? DRIV??. The drive in France le on?recenti e s s,unt ir ing, ir reeietable The Hun le on the run. Tour dollars will keep hla running? Tour dollars will overtake him. They will chal lenge him on his own soil ?and destroy him. Tour dollars must march behind each battalion of American soldiers. They are the motive power of victory. Tour dollars are the drive BEHIND THE DRIVE. Yet? you are asked only to lend them. To lend them with profit to yourself. To become a full fledged member of the greatest financial institution in the history of the world?The United States of America. Tou are asked only to make the safest investment on earth? The man power is given. The money power la merely loaned, A great British naval authority has just stated that Amerioan troops have yet to yi^d ground in action since the first division landed. Shall not the drive behind the drive be equally oourageous? Do you want your dollars to march proudly across the Rhine ? Do you want them to help end the war?end it quickly?end a f lt with victory? Of course you do. So you will buy all the boxuis of the FOURTH LIBERTT LOAN you can. Tour? for the Fourth Liberty Loan, *r^^^*m*??*???. ?Sss-ra . ?* ?-^-?* - / ?