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'WILSON IS ALL RIGHT! I KNOW, BECAUSE I'M
THE MAN WHO FEEDS HJiVH" .
President Wilson Does His Own Marketing. Above, Grocer Al Farmer.
BY HARRY P. BURTON
Windsor, Vt, July 21. "Yes, New
Hampshire's the state the president,
plays in, but it's Vermont that feeds
"Al" Farmer, tall, straight Yankee
"the most envied man in Windsor"
hit the counter a terrible bang with
his lean, sinewy fist as he spoke.
Alfred L. Farmer, by way of intro
ducing him formally to the entire
United States, is the man to whom
has come the honor of supplying the
"summer white house" at Cornish,
N. H., with all its groceries.
"It's the greatest privilege that can
possibly come Into a grocer's life to
feed the president of the United
States,' 'said Farmer, when I asked
him how he liked his job, "and I want
everyone to know that I fully realize
and appreciate it -
"Why, this man Wilson is the great
est president weliaye had since lia-
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