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A SCRAMBLED CANDIDATE! CAN YOU HELP
Here is a scrambled picture of a man who may be our next president.
Can you unscramble it? Cut the moustache, nose, etc, from the interior
of the head outline. Paste the head outline on a piece of cardboard, then
paste in the moustache, nose, etc., where they belong.
PAGE HETTY GREEN! JOHN D.
GIVES AWAY SIX CENTS
Perth Amboy, N. J., May 13. The
winning-smiles of little Rose Ladjack,
7, proved too much for the heart ofv
John D. Rockefeller.
While the car awaited a ferry here
Rose stepped on the running board
and looked gaily at the occupants
The oil magnate patted her head and
then reaching into his pocket pulled
out a gift for her 6 cents.
JACOBSON WAS MAN PINCHED
In the legal" altercation over the
sale of the Tower bldg. cigar stand,
it was Benj. Levy who had Adolph
Jacobson arrested. The opposite
was published. Levy says Jacobson
misrepresented as to mortgage on.