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Threader Prttt 00.. xus unawa S«™LwSSKorth. Kantat
How Firestone Is
Able to Produce
the Finest Lami
nated Inner Tube
and Still Hold to
a Moderate Price
Firestone Man Power: Firestone
has gathered together a remark
able body of workers, 17,000 strong
—many of them stockholders in the
Company. Men financially inter
ested in the success of their prod
uct do better work
Firestone Buying Power: Firestone
has established purchasing head
quarters at Singapore in the
Straits Settlement where 85% of
the world's rubber 'is produced.
Thus Firestone gets first choice
NOTICE TO READERS
The Leader again has been
experiencing trouble' in securing
prompt delivery of print paper.
Not only is print paper scarcer
than ever before in recent years
(and four times the normal
price) but the present car short
age makes it impossible to get
prompt deliveries of paper that
has been purchased. For these
reasons it has again been neces
sary to consolidate two issues of
the Leader, this issue taking th«
place of those of May 24 and
May 31, under the latter date.
We now have sufficient print
paper promised to see us through
the summer, if delivery can b«
secured. We ask the indulgence
and patience of our readers dur
ing this emergency, which we
hope to see ended soon.
9k Tilt)
Mention the Leader When Writing Advertiser* PAGE TWO
THE COST OF LIVING HAS
MASSED
THE GUINEA PIG IN
THE MULTIPLICATION RACE.
Senator France wants the War
Finance corporation to lend Germany
$250,000,000, and Congressman Sin
clair wants it to lend American farm
ers $10,000,000. Wonder who's going
to win?
It isn't the high price of poli
tics that's causing General Wood
worry. It's having the people
find out about it.
I*
Why doesn't some medium ask the
spirits of George Washington and
Abraham Lincoln what they think
about some of our 1920 "patriots"
Hre$tone
Universal
of the raw product at quantity
prices. And this saving is turned
back to car owners.
Firestone Selling Power Fire
stone's immense production re
quires a widespread distribution
system. Sixty-five branches and
46,000
dealers throughout
United States selling Firestone
Tubes assure a fast-moving prod
uct, which means fresh stock
at
all times—most miles per dollar
in tubes
as
well
as
Cut and Dried
the
tires.
HSESSHSWSSKSS!!?
FAMOUS SAYINGS
(As some ppliticians would rewrite
them.)
"Open saloons, openly arrived at."
—Governor Edwards of New Jersey.
"No taxation of Pullman cars with
out consent of the taxed."—Governor
Lowden of Illinois.
"Millions for the army, but not one
cent for soldiers' bonus."—Leaders in
congress.
"The freedom of speech or of the
press shaH not be abridged, except by
the attorney general."—A. Mitchell
Palmer.
"We have met the munition makers
and they are ours."—General Wood.
"Don't fire till you can see the size
of their pocketbooks."—Senator New
berry.
"We stand for the free and unlimit
ed production of hot air."—All of
them.
Judge: "^Was the prisoner sober?"
Witness: "No, he was as drunk as
a judge."
Judge: "You mean as drunk as a
lord."
Witness: "Yes, my lord."
1920
Sing a song of breweries,
Malt and hops and yeast,
Four and twenty bottles
Ready for the feast
When the case was emptied
No one felt a "kick"—
Nothing there but near-beer—
Dont that make you sick?
All the talk of various organizations
on how to "beat the Nonpartisan
league" reminds one of the fable of
the mice who decided to bell the cat.
Wouldn't be a bad idea now if
some of these fellows who have
taken to wearing overalls should
go to work.
MOTOR GOOSE
Old Mother Hubbard went to the cup
hoard
For her gasoline tank had a thirst,
But the cupboard was bare, no money
was there,
For old Hubbard had got to it first.
About the^ only thing that's
gone down smce Palmer entered
his drive on the high cost of liv
ing are Liberty bonds.
WeyesPLANKS
•n,
HEN you buy ,a pound of
sugar with your savings
from the bank, the grocer
you closely and he
hints you'd better PLANK. When
you buy a bit of lumber to repair
your silage tank, .you've got to
have the money before you' get a
PLANK. And when candidates'
machines are taken by their cranks,
the politicians talk about what they
will do for PLANKS. The glorious
old colors are hauled around in
hanks to furnish up the platform
and decorate the PLANKS. The
Bolsheviks and furriners come in
for sev'ral spanks, for "reds" are
always good, you know, for half a
dozen PLANKS. They praise the
boys who went across, the brave,
the valiant Yanks, they like these
men because they're worth another
couple PLANKS. And when elec
tion time is past, they all depart
with thanks, and after that the
voter is the only one who PLANKS.
—C. W. V.
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