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The Studebaker Astounds
every prospective purchaser with its many praiseworthy details. mean nothing until you have seen this car, ridden in it and had us over it with you, showing you carefully and painstakingly why we consider the Studebaker the best, most wonderful motor car value in the world. 40 h. p. 7 passenger Price $875 De?rok Let us show you, Mr. Prospective Car Owner, wherein the STUDEBAKER excells. Knox Auto Co. Lancaster, ----- Wisconsin The $615 and $695 Over land automobiles are the greatest motor car values on the market today, within the low price field ranging from $450 to SBOO. Better buy a car fully equipped, up to-date, with self starter, demount able rims, irreversible steering gear and many other necessities, than a lower price car unequipped, and spend S2OO for attachments. Remember, hundreds of these at tachments with which the market is flooded today are simply fakes — to get your money. Horton Auto Co. Lancaster Agents W. J. CarmoJy, Mgr. Place your order today before the price advances. We can now make delivery. Lat er we may not be able to. GRANT COUNTY HERALD, LANCASTER, WISCONSIN, WEDNESDAY APRIL 12, 1916. Dodge Brothers MOTOR. CAR The specifications indicate why the car is so splendidly res ponsive, so swift in getting into action, so comfortable, so si lent, so steady; and they are also worthy of being carefully studied because they evidence how high was the standard the manufacturers set for themselves: One man top, Jiffy curtains, real leather upholstery, deep soft tufting of natural curled hair, streamline steel body, oval mould ed fenders, 30-35 h. p. bloc motor with removable head, full floating rear axle. Timken bearings throughout, imported. Swiss ball bearings in clutch and transmission, waterproof Eisemann magneto, 12-volt Northeast motor generator for starting and lighting, self-lubrication Chrome Vanadium steel springs, drop forgings and drawn work instead of castings. THE GASOLINE CONSUMPTION IS UNUSUALLY LOW The Price of the Car is $785 (F. O. B. at Detroit) Burrows & Winskill Farmers’ Phone 169 Bell Phone 98J No. Madison St. Lancaster, Wis. Make Us Prove It COUNTRY SCHOOL EX’S (Continued from Page One.) I stood (between or among) the boys. 4. Tell what kind of sentences each of the following is and also name the clauses and phrases in each and their use: How old are you, and what’s your name? I serve him who possesses the ring on my finger. While the band was playing the soldiers rested. We may reach home tomorrow at about three o’clock. The man went to his neighbor to tell him that his cattle were in his field. 5. What are each of the following: Attribute compliment, gerund, adjec tive phrase, co-ordinate conjunction, noun in apposition? Illustrate each by a sentence, under line the part you illustrate. 6. Rewrite the following sentences and correct such as are wrong, tell ing why: It is me who you saw in the car. The hoe is laying on the walk. I didn’t do nothing to him. The baby he always wants them books, mother. The prunes were packed in wooden boxes which we ate. 7. Write a form of invitation to a party you are going to give. Write a receipt. 8. Rewrite correctly the following: i am going to get a flying ship for the czar replied ivan and can you make a flying ship asked the old man no I cannot make one but they will make one for me somewhere answer ed ivan and where is that somewhere asked the old man i do not know said the lad well then said the old man let us sit down and eat what have you in your knapsack there is only dry bread in it said ivan i am ashamed to show you your mother has given it to you' do not be ashamed of it said the old man let us see what you have so ivan opened his knapsack what did he see there lay white rolls and many kinds oi m°at. Open Friday at 9:00 a. m. U. S. History. (Write on any nine). ' 1. How many states are now in the union? What is the diqerence between a state and a territory? 2. Why are each of the following noted in history: Robert Fulton, Booker T. Washington, Luther Bur bank, John Smith, Paul Jones, Paul Revere, Frobisher, Hayne, Foote and Dewey? 3. What is a panic? Name two pan l ics that have occurred and tell why they occurred. 4. Draw a map of the U. S. and lo cate therein the different strips of land that were added to the origin al thirteen states to complete the present union. Name each strip. 5. What results were brought about by the French and Indian war? By the Civil war? 6. What effect did the Appalachian mountains. Erie Canal, Cumberland Gap, and Ohio river have upon the set tling of this country? 7. Name at least ten noted men of to-day and tell why they are noted. They need not all be in the United States. 8. What presidents died in office? Who of these were assassinated? 9. What do the following mean: Underground railroad: Dred Scott Decision; Royal Colony; Whiskey Rebellion and Missouri Compromise? 10. Whom do mean by: Old Hick ory; the Great Compromiser; Uncon ditional Surrender; Old Abe; Old Sil ver Leg? Civics. (Write on any eight questions). 1. What is the difference between a town caucus and a town election? What is done at each? Tell definite ly. 2. Tell of some things that have come up in the present congress. What was done about them? 3. When do the following meet: School district, legislature, circuit court, county board of supervisors, Congress? 4. How many amendments are there to the U. S. Constitution? Tell about what any five of these treat. 5. What courts do we find in the county? In the state? In the United States.? 6. What officers are to be elected this fall and for how long a term? 7. Why do we have different polit ical parties? What parties do we now have and what are their differences? 8. What duties has each of the fol lowing to perform: C. P. Cary, Hon. George Clementson, E. B. Goodsell, Robert LaFollette, and W. Wilson? 9. Who does the following work: Makes out town tax roll, takes cen sus in the school district, sees to it that contagious diseases are quaran tined? Sees to it that children at tend school regularly? Open Friday at 12:30 p. m. Agriculture. 1. Name the three most important types of dairy cows. How do these differ? How does a dairy cow differ from a beef type? 2. Name three good breeds of chickens. What is a good feed for hens to make them lay? Why don’t most hens lay in the winter? 3. Name at least three types or breeds of pigs. How do they differ? Which do you prefer? Why? 4. Why should seed corn be tested? How did you do it? 5. Farmers say their land will not grow alfalfa. What is the reason? How can this be overcome? 6 Weeds are classified according Hints for Easter™"™" You young man who wants to be dressed right up to the notch on Easter morning, look over our line of ready-to-wear tailored clothes. You’ll find here a splendid variety of patterns made and designed by the most skilled tailors—made to put on and walk out in. * 49k W tl' Ifwß / wi Sincerity p. \\V \\ Clothes \ • \Wk p>9>o ©v Uter ca Id wf'Xx ’ If good looks count for anything, and we know they do with you, let us fit you with a nobby Easter suit. SINCERITY CLOTHES from $17.50 to $25.00 Ask to see our Capps Blue Serge CIC “Special atl D.vU All Wool and Guaranteed. A. GULKE & SON Wisconsin to the length of time it takes them to produce seed. Name at least three plants that belong to each class and name the class. 7. When should trees and shrubs be pruned? Why? What should be pruned? Why? 8. Explain how milk is tested with a Babcock tester. 9. I have twenty cows and I think some do not pay for their feed. What, can I do to find out which do and. which do not? 10. What do you think about leav ing machinery about the yard and', fields all year? Physiology. 1. Tell how disease is spread. What should be done to prevent this? 2. “Swat the fly.” Why? Where? does it breed? 3. There are two kinds of muscles; what are they? How do they differ in structure? In the duties they have to perform? 4. What things should children not eat or drink? Why? 5. How would you extinguish a fire that got onto your clothing? How would you treat the burned place? 6. Name foods rich in protein, starch, fat. Of what uses are each to the body? 7. Explain the structure of the eye and tell how we see. How is the eye injured? 8. Give five good rules of health you should follow and tell why. Reading and Orthoepy. 1. Discuss any two library books that you have read this year. Write not more than a page for each. 2. Write at least ten lines of some good poem that you have learned. 3. Describe Evangeline as to char acter and give description of her home. 4. Name five writers and mention, some piece that each wrote. 5. Explann the following: Still stands the forest primeval; but under the shade of its branches dwells another race, with other cus toms and language. From Evangeline,. And darkly circling, gave at noon a sadder light than waning moon,. From Snow Bound. Let the million-dollar ride! Bare foot, trudging at his side. Thou hast more than he can buy in the reach of ear and eye. From Barefoot Boy. A potent seeming less than threat, it sank from sight before it set. From Snow Bound. The meteor of the ocean air shall sweep the clouds no more. From Old Ironsides. 6. Use the following words in good sentences: Bayou, meteor, green- sward, foe, squadron, unheeded, am ple, volume, gloaming, and hale. 7. How do you find the meaning of a word you do not know? 8. Write ten words that have silent letters and cross through the silent letters.