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GUESS IF THEY ARE MARRIED
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KANSAS TELLS HARDEST HANDS
NOT TO PAY FOR JOBS
Topeka, Kan., June 4. Attention,
harvest hands. Don't pay money for
job in wheat fields. Kansas will find
places free for all hands, warning
sent out by Btate free employment
bureau, which announced that wheat
cutting will begin about June 20 in
Southern Kansas and 35,000 men
from outside Sunflower state will be
350 sacks of flour seized by U. S.
government in Soo Line depot at (J!a
nal and 12th. Alleged to be mouldy5
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