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service $5.87 DELIVERED ADVERTISEMENTS Whentt Comes W3 Real'Shony-Dowml Farm Motor Trucks "Go Through" highways, no truck gives more satisfactory and economical the Patriot But If you want to see this unusual truck really perform—get right aown and pull—send it charging through hub-deep mud, up slippery hills, through clogging sand, over newly plowed ground. You will be astonished at the willing ease with which the Patriot answers unreasonable demands. Built for flie Farmer Patriot Trlicka were designed to stand up and deliver under the unusually. difficult conditions that prevail on the farm. We expect the owner to use hjs Patriot every working day of the year, fine \yeather or foul, good roads or bad. Patriots are easy to run and keep running. Few adjustments are necessary, little attention required, Ask as to send you the new Patriot Catalog. (HEBB MOTORS COMPANY, Manufacturer. 1417 Street, Lincoln, Nob. IwiMI 1S00 to Lincoln Model 3000 to 50000$. 2S00 fc Capacity BOSTON BLOCKS] BRAND NEW 23 1 14 20 9 20 15 SU 9 14 Built for Country Roads Built for Waittagtoa Model 5000 to 750011M. Capacity CUT OUT THE SHOE PROFITEER On Approval—No Money in Advance Why we actually do cut out the profiteering: middleman: We sell direct to you, the consumer, C. O. D. on approval. No back number styles..: EQUITY DRESS SHOE—Black or Tan. Hen's genuine calf blu cher dress shoe soft, fine calfskin leather, gen uine oak leather soles, whole quarter (ho Beams to rip) oak leather in doles. A very dressy evening shoe, built tor service and comfort. None tter. Siaes 6-12. Specialty ladies child ens shoes. Equity Shoe Company SOLVE THIS PUZZLE WIN FINE PRIZE The figures in the squares represent corres ponding letters in the alphabet. Figure 1 is A, 2 ISB,3 isC,and soon. The ten figures spell four words. Send the four words on a slip of paper with your name and address quick if yon want to win. I have given away many Autos and scores of other prizes. My plan is so simple it is easy to win prizes*|nd cash rewards. Mention the Leader When Writing Advertisers Thousands off OoRars Other Grand Prizes and Cash Rewards Besides the New Ford Car I amgoing to give away Superb Cabinet Phonograph, Bicycles, Gold Watches, Kodaks, Traveling Bag, Chest of Silverware. Dinner Set and Cash Kewards. No experience is required. You don't put up a penny or do any hard work. Just an opportu nity to realize your ambition to have an Automobile all your own and a chance to get It in the Zanest way imaginable. Don't let anyone in your neighborhood beat yoti to it. The quicker ou act. the bigger your winnings. Send me your answer to the puzzle with vottr name and ad without delay. DUAJJEW. GAYLORP, 637 Dearborn St., Dept. 24. CHICAGO, ILL. rmLoad (31) RAWHIDE WORK SHOE This rawhide work shoe is something that will outwear anything you ever had. Double leather soles and heels. Wear proof, specially treated uppers. Waterproof tongue. A real shoe. at a real price. Sizes 6-12. Send your size, not your money. $4.47 DELIVERED MINNEAPOLIS, HINN. TOURING CAR GIVEN The good old dictionary is some times just as useful as "Who's Who." Here are the results of two of our in vestigations: Palmer—A religious faker a wood louse. Langur—A dark-haired monkey, es pecially noted for its ability to leap from place to. place and foif its noisi ness. irj Senator Penrose says only a "good Republican" can be nominated for the presidency at Chicago. knows one? NATURALLY IN THESE TIMES, A STILL HAS TO BE ON THE QUIET. It will be time pretty soon to move the cellar stock into the coal bin so you can reach the lawn mower. There are a lot of receptive can didates and about as many de ceptive platforms. In the interests of economy, con gress has passed back the railroads,i which will mean a half billion dollars boost in freight rates. A tippler who lived in New York, While attempting to pull out a cork, Cut and Dried The whisky war up in northern Michigan seems to argue a "PQW'- A" ful kick." The Sims-Daniels debate seems to have churned up about as much mud as a Mississippi sidewheeler on a sandbar. THEY MAY DEPORT THE "REDS" BUT RED TAPE WILL STAY WITH US. 1 It costs the government $50,000,000 to keep dry. But the price of rubbers still jgoes up. J, MOTOR GOOSE" There was a crooked man and he drove a crooked mile, And he ran into a fencepost and they scraped him off the pile. cu tu But^whof ',And When women get to throwing their hats in the ring, they'll make sure it isn't a last year's 1 Looks like they ought to give dis-' tinguished service medals to men who can hold down cabinet jobs for a speci fied length of time. -j tition is that now we wilt never be Said, 'My wife, this just pays her aole to write the joke we had planned For nicking my razor, if ever ex-Congressman Dill of Wash Now I've busted her best pickle fork." ington got pickled. NEWS JHE Evening Blade's a Democrat, the Scrap is G. 0. and speaking upon politics they never do agree. Democratic meeting in the Blade is "flowing o'er," Scrap will count a dozen or perhaps a couple more. And on the other hand the Scrap, for a Grand Old Party fest. will spread itself across the page, 'twill dp its very best. The Blade will look with mighty scorn, as if it made it sick, and will give the rival's meeting not more than half a stick. jump on labor when it gets in politics and wffl label all the workers just a bunch of Bolsheviks. And talking of the farmers, each will fill a half a page with half baked lies against the League, with malice, hate and rage. The Biade and Scrap will both agree upon these points, for sooth, but Ive never seen it happen that either tells the truth. --C. w. V. An organization has been formed to distribute copies of the Constitution of the United States. We are anxious ly awaiting our copy to see if the free speech clause is still in it. 4 President Wilson wanted to keep the world safe for democ racy. And now comes Governor Edwards of New Jersey who wants to keep the Democracy safe for the distilleries. YES, YES GO ON "Ouija" is composed of the French "oui" and the German "ja," both mean ing "yes." Who says the war isnt over? :'-taW "Where are you going, iiiy pret^r maid?" "I'm going to vote, kind sir," she said. wil1 you, perhaps, give a vote to me?" "Well, thafs for you to find out," said ... she. Governor Edwards of New Jersey and William Jennings Bryan seem to disagree about whether Democrats de serve the nickname of "Bourbons.'' %4 .v Doctors may disagree, but there if(' & seems to be a surprising uniform ity in the lay belief that whisky s? will cure influenza. W s? There's one thing that can be said in favor of running for president. It certainly keeps one out in the open air. ps "What did the candidate speak y-'. about?" "Oh, about two hours fe .£• and a half." ..., £2: JT rr, s'.'-j.ij1 'K -r THE CROWN PRINCE HiS St OFFERED TO GIVE HIMSELF UP. FIGURING, PERHAPS,1 THAT HE'S BEEN IN DUTCH fe LONG ENOUGH. iZ. Now that the f\rst Jewish ship has been launched, there may yet be hope, for the Swiss navy. v. j,' Germans are turning machine 5" S guns into movie machines.' The modem version of beating swords r- A into plowshares. Si Jf« tti, 0 $ ^oun« Teddy doesn't seem as® ^"successful in keeping his name in 'M a: the papers constantly as Ids flhn.1 trious father^ •h One of the bad things about prohi- A the "-S- 7 Jjf.