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THE BROAD AX, SATURDAY, idat 7 192L
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WHITHKtt ABE WB DBJJTnra?
Dr. M. A. Majors.
Is nakedness vulgarl There a at
present in tho minds of tee human race
ft spirit to detach itself from the thumb
worn text. Our mothers, while perhaps
no better women than the women of
the present vogue and ago did treasure
modesty, innocence and aTespectful re
gard for all of, the prerequisite -virtues
t constituted the lady of their
period. Now shall -we surrender, and
eontent ourselves with the -whims of
the daring, and almost grotesque lady
that almost frighten us with her bold
epproaeh to nudityt Is tho great fab
ric of human respectability to bo per
Tetmted and are our mothers truths
so long t&trei to be warped, or are we
to reconcile our standards of decency
to sait tie ambition of a world gone
nad over women's intelligent legs! Is
art the only thing worth perpetuating!
Is it not in good form for a brother
to be told by bis associates that his
ristcr has "whopping Tegs," or shape
ly ankles, or voluptuous charms f Are
we nearing the pinnacle of civilization
and exhausting to the last dregs the
Trine of innocence? Shapliness, and a
pretty figure with a marvelous grace and
beauty are all very -well, but are men
of this age so stolid and daring proof
that women can go startlingly nude
with the approbation that they are
lovely. Is here sot just a mild insin
ration of nasty, if not naughty in the
ensemble of our street paradesf
If it is so very necessary that men
nay look at all a woman has on, even
to the first layer of her epidermis,
would it not be a good idea, (perhaps a
better one) to provide them with a
show ease that they might all the bet
ter display every garment to their gen'
tlemen friends or any body.
If woman, the sole entity upon whose
shoulders all our ideals are to be sus
tained and perpetuated, then -we've got
to retrace our steps and believe longer
and stronger in the principles and rich
truths of our mothers. VTe'vfi got to
take the diamond and gold and ruby
bracelets off of their ankles and wrists,
and put some clothes on her that will
conduce to decency of mind and heart.
It is not the jungle -we fear, but hell.
The great -war of Europe could' be
traced to woman's diamonds, flimsy
garments and infamy aroused by a
spirit of envy in the royal palace of
ho wabd vmvE&srrr t5s
Trtrrmpas at TJnivenaty of Pennsyl
vania Eelay Eaces A Notable
Washington, D. C, May 6. The week
COME ON IN THE PICTURES
Join the Beauty Contest
When they gave you to your mother
for your first feed of breast milk, they
said you -were pretty. All who came
to see you said you were pretty.
Nature bad expressed her blessing on
your head, and you were commis
eioaed to go forth with a beautiful
force, a meteoric illumination of
angel smiles concentrated. When you
were growing up they said yon were
the prettiest girl (or somewhere
near h) in the city, and everyone
commented on your ringlets of curls,
and dimpled cheeks, and happy smile.
Gee, you were happy then. Every
body was making a fuss over your
beauty. THE BROAD AX wants
you to join the Beauty Contest If
yon do not live in Chicago you are
just as welcome and just as beautiful
as your friends have claimed yon
were. The conditions: A splendid
picture ef yourself and $5.00, which
will guarantee a uniformity in our
pictures. All cuts will cost the same,
and help harmonize arrangements.
gVith your application write or have
written Jtxi words ox yonrseit.
Come new, do not be slow to
grasp the opportunity to help The'j
Broad Ax show to the world, that
e have the most beautiful women on
The big white morning papers are
fanning their Beauty Prize Contests'
md yon are shut out
Forget all about what people think,
how your friends feel, even snake a
fitcriSee cf -your .own feelings in the
aatter, in order that The Broad Ax
say succeedin showing' to the world
hat race has the most beautiful
Of coarse wet already Jjnow, aad
tt u doubly enjoined upon os .to grre
Pabucanon to what we knowi-haf s
ay we pohlish ir paper.
How would yon IScc to receive the
duck for $250; a trip to Europe or
f two-yean scholarship? Yea siay
the type of beauty thS totH -win
iae beauty prize.
Apply at once Send photo aad
w and have a place in the world's
t Beauty Book. Address
The Broad Ax
Beauty Dept "v
200 South State street, Chicago.
H. L. Corley, Manager.
of April 25th to April 30thr was a nota
ble 'one in tho. history of Howard Uni
versity, academically and athletically
speaking. The Howard University De
bating Team 'in a discussion of tho sub
ject: "Besolved, That the California
Anti-Alien Land Law should be re
pealed," won by a unanimous vote
from Lincoln University in a heated
debate held in tho Andrew ?Unk!n
Memorial Chapel, Howard University
uampus, Tiday, April 29th. While
winning tho debate from Lincoln Uni
versity, the two teams that debated
the same evening at Virginia Union
University, Bichmond, Tirjrinla. and At
lanta University, Atlanta, Georgia, met
aeieat. Howard's triumph over its an
cient enemy Lincoln, however, proved
a consolation to Howard students,
Aiumni and friends.
On Saturday, April 30th, tho Howard
University baseball team played
against the Virginia Union University,
team on the Howard University Cam
pus before one of the largest crowds to
attend a baseball game at the Uni
versity, end won by a score of 4 to 1.
The Howard University Track Team,
composed of H. K. Ferry, Bobert Craft,
B. E. Contee, and Leo G. Bobinson,
who were entered in the One-Mile Col
lege Belay in the Penn Belay Games
held on Franklin Field, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, April 29th and 30th, un
der the auspices of the University of
Pennsylvania, won great honors for the
University when they finished first over
such schools as Bensselaer Polytechnic,
Carnegie 8ehool of Technology, Hobart
College, and Tufts College.
Each of the first three runners for
Howard maintained their relative posi
tions. Leo G. Bobinson, the last run
ner for Howard, started out in fifth
place with Bensselaer Polytechnic
leading and Carnegie School of Tech
nology, Hobart College, aad Tufts Col
lege following respectively. Bobinson
maintained fifth place until the third
turn of the track when he began to
sprint and gradually eased up until he
had caught the leading m for Bens
selaer at 50 yards from the finish, whom
he led at the finish by a full two yards
in the brilliant run which he made in
about 50 seconds fiat. A banner was
awarded to the University and gold
watches and medals to each of the
Of the various teams for the District
of Columbia, including Georgetown
University, Gallaudet, George Wash
ington University, and a number of
High Schools entered in the Penn Belay
Races, Howard University was the only
entrant to win.
TRAVELING CORRESPONDENT FOR THE BROAD AX;
IS STILL STUMPING HIS WAY THROUGH THE
' SOUTH AND HE WILL SHORTLY WIND UP IN
NEW YORK OTY AND WASHINGTON, D. C.
TitnsviDe, Florida. You see I am
still around in tho land of flowers, and
may bud out -myself, and it looked as
if I would have been a little angel, but
tho Lord was not ready for me, hence
I am still here. You will have to think
with me for a few minutes for I have
a few things to say to you. I felt a
little like saying a few cuss words, yet
I am so disgusted until I have reached
tho conclusion that nantAtv wnrrt
would bo out of place, hence I must
pray for the gaul, for the ignorance,
for the nerve of some white people in
this country who is just as sure as hell
as the devil himself.
When I wroto to you last week, I
was around and about Miami, the place
where tho white people tried to mob
ono of my race for just running an
automobile, and I think I told you that
one day my people declared that they
would not longer bo ruled by such non
sense, and they just got behind tho
steering wheel, and h 1 was to play
for a little while, and with soro heads
on both sides tho white men decided
that it was healthy to let tho Negroes
run the cars, henca the good work has
been going on. We have produced
some wealthy men down in that place,
and I told you about D. A. Dorsey, the
man who erected a real hotel and fur
nished it at a cost of one hundred thou
sand dollars, and paid every cent of it.
He is as rich as cream, and is destined
to do something that will show the
world that our race is thinking. I take
off my hat to Mr. Dorsey, " and L 8.
Jones, another man of wealth.
There were some good times therefthem sweet oranges and grape fruits.
CALVAEY A. M. E. ZT.OH CHUKOH
Bev. J. H. Chase, Pastor.
The Sunday service was well at
tended. The pastor preached at 11
a. m. Bev. Dr. Shaw from St. Louis,
Mo- filled the pulpit at the eveninc
service and Dr. Lewis, the gospel
singer was also with us. We had a
wonderful service. Three united with
Drs; Shaw and Lewis held revival
service all the past week and will be
with us all next week. Come out and
enjoy the gospel- feast.
Our fourth quarterly service will be
May 15th, after which all eyes will be
set on tho annnal conference which
convenes in June.
There wQl be a millionaire wedding
and banquet at the church Monday
evening, May 9th. Don't fail to be
there. Some weddine.
The Drama Sampson and Deliah will
be May 17th.
The Trustees Aid Social was not so
well attended by the men. You
trustees better wake up! There will
be a club rally the 5th Sunday .in May.
The Buds of Promise rendered a very
-nice 'program Sunday evening at 6
p. m. ion should have been there.
Mrs. Arthur Brown was on the sick
list; also Miss Mildred Francis. She
is stiU indisposed.
Bro. Henly, we were glad to see
yon Sunday, uon't stay away. We
Sis. Bertie Burleigh and Bis. Anthia
Love were with as Sunday evening.
We are always glad to have you.
Don't forget Friday night class.
during my stay there, and everything
was moving along nicely until Monday
night. It looked like all the town turn
ed out to hear a lecture from Charles
Stewart. I was there, and that old
fellow seemed to bo himself, and step
ped up. He delivered an able address.
He got along all right and was roundly
applauded. He declared that the low
est, the filthiest of all human beings
was the women of his raco who would
associate in an immoral way with a
white man. At this point one woman
flirted out of the church, but there was
nothing thought about it.
The lecture was all over, a good col
lection had been lifted for the speaker.
They remained around tho church a
little while, and then we started to the
parsonage of the Bev. J. 3. Evans, and
were walking along in the road, when
we had to get on tho side to let an
automobile pass, and it was loaded with
white men. Just as tho car passed it
stopped, and in a few minutes we were
surrounded by white men, and the lead
er walked up to Stewart, and said,
"Are you the man that made that
"I am, sir," was the reply.
"I understand that you are stirring
up race trouble."
"Not a bit of it, sir," was tho re
ply, "for what I am saying will help,
for I believe in telling the south its
troubles and not tell them to others. I
am talking plain, and It is very neces
church, and one of tho leaders in af
fairs. He is a man who had invested
his money in some Florida soil, and is
doing a great thing for his people. The
people had on a drive to raise five hun
dred dollars to extend the school term
another month, and they succeeded in
raising it in one night.
I had the pleasure of meeting Bev.
W. M. Caldwell, who is devoting his
tune in writing history about our peo
ple. He is a man of experience, a man
with a vision, and is doing a great
thing for our people. He is getting
around collecting information. His
home is in Sumter, 8. C, I was de
lighted to see Mt.
I remained in town over night and
about 6 o'clock the next morning, Bev.
William Tate, pastor of Bethlehem
Baptist church, and also the Mims Bap
tist church, both within a few miles
of each other, tho latter being a coun
try church. He is some man, believe
me honey. He cam Into the world via
Lake City, Fla., just how many years
I do not remember, but I do know he
took time and got his education, and is
a well trained man. Then he won the
hand and heart of Miss Eleaor Victoria
Dinkins, of Sumter, 8. C, and a grad
uate from Florida Memorial College,
Bev. and Mrs. Tato had charge of the
Mims graded schoolsnd accomplished
good things there. They live in the
hearts of the people. He toted me in
his automobile, ear, carriage, to Titus
ville, a distance of 19 miles along the
beautiful Indian Biver, where you see
To Soften Skins.
There are two simple ways of soft
enlng leather and raw klns. One Is
to rub In thoroughly neafs-foot WL
The other Is to dissolve three ounces
of alum. seven ounces of salt and one
and one-half ounces saleratus In suffi
cient hot rain water to saturate the
skin. When cool enough not to scald
the hands soak the skin In It for 12
hours; wring out and hang up to dry.
When dry repeat this operation two or
three times until the skin Is sufficient
Freedom Is the word that Is many
aided. There are those who boast of
freedom of conscience who seem to
Interpret It simply as with that of
other people. There are those who
seem to fancy that their rights as cit
izens entitle them to unquestioned
trampling upon rights of anybody else
wno chances to stand In their way
"Xrerybody about that bank item
as be catching cold. Is It dampT"
-ITo; but there are so many drafts
ESSCRTS BEAUTIFUL HOME.
"0B 8ALEL FINE SILK' LINED
w Albert a ft V. Size 37. PJtaasl
Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Henderson,
who purchased several lots in Morgan
Park through the Bailey Bealty Co.,
353S State St, have erected a beauti
ful home, in this suburb and are re
ceiving visits from their many friends.
Mrs. Henderson is prominently known
in many of the fraternal organizatioss
in the city.
VZSZZDTCF IB MILWAUKEE.
L Mrs. Settle Andersen, 3234 Vernon
Ave,, a representative of the Bailey
Bealty 043638 State. St, for Morgan
Park property, is visiting friends for
s few days at Milwaukee, Wis."
LEAVES POB AXK&S8AS.
'After spesdiag several days 'in ike
city enwbaraxfiss,- Bevs V.. S. Cooper
(has returned to his kerne in Little
At this point Bev. Evans spoke right
out in church, and told them a few
things, and to our surprise, we were
all surrounded by black men and where
that crowd of black men came from it
would take God to telL They were
there, and Stewart showed his creden
tials, and the officers went on.
Soon there were men at the parson
ace. men who declared that their
speaker should be protected, and they
proposed to guard the house. Dr.
Stewart told them that it would not be
necessary, but they thought it would
be, henco he went to the Dorsey hotel
and remained over night, and at 2:30
went to tho stable, and boarded that
oversea East Coast carriage for Key
I feel that I am not going to be
able to tell yon all about this Key West
business, for it would take a whole
paper to talk about tho trip over there,
and you will pardon me if I do not.
It was a fine trip over there, and we
have some fine people over there. I
met some of them and they met me.
I was the guest of Bev. C. H. Boger, of
the A. M. E. church, who is doing good
work in the town, and next to mm is
to be found his people I want to con
gratulate Bishop Hurst on sending this
strong young man over there. I had
the pleasure of coming in touch with
Thomas B. Beed, who is the purchasing
clerk in the navy yard, a, verf respon
sible position, and he is a cultured, re
fined gentleman! and has the confidence
and respect of all who work in that
place. I could hardly keep from shout
ing when I saw what he was doing, and
how men honored this man of my race.
I stepped in the Uavy yard, for Mr.
Beed had secured a pass for me, and he
accompanied us throegh tho not the
navy yard, but it is called naval base
or something like that. I care not
what it is, it is one more busy place,
and I was delighted as I went through
to find William P. Leggett, formerly of
Mississippi filling a very important
position. He was in charge of a de-
We reached his home about 8 o'clock,
and his wife'soon had something ready
for eternity and we were off again, for
he St. John river, where he had plan
ned for me to fish, and believe me when
I tell you I pulled some in. We went
about 12 miles in the carriage invented
by Mr. Ford, and then we got out and
walked about a mile. On onr way, a
big black snake was crossing the road,
and that preacher just guided his Ford
over him and the snake quit the world
at once, hence he will snake no more.
We got to the fishing point, and them
fish did bit and we jerked them in. He
pulled one in and he fell in the bushes,
and he looked and a great big old
snake was trying to get the fish. Dr.
Tate out with his smoke wagon and
sent them snake away from this world
in a hnrry, and he will fish no more.
For the first time in my life, I have
caught some fish, and I will help to eat
them for supper.
Away from tho fish river, we made it
to the orange grove of Mr. and Mrs.
S. C. T. Warren, and they are some
fixed people, and right around tho field
was to bo found his brother and his
wife, Joseph Warren. But I must stop
until next week, when I will tell you
all about them.
CHABLES E. STUMP.
ATTEND EIGHT BANQUET.
A special party of sixty-four left
the city Friday evening in special
cars over the interurban line for Joliet,
HL, where they attended the eighth
banquet of Garden City Lodge, G. U.
O. O. F. The party included Gentle
men Geo. T. Kersey, Bobt. Glover, J. C.
Anderson and Edw. Tidrington; Mea
dames Lou Ella Young, Ida Mem-
weather, Margaret Harris, Emma De-
uourianuer and many others.
How Kisses Came.
Of course It doesn't really matter
who Invented kissing but the legend
of the Grecian shepherdess who found
an opal on one of the hills near
Athens and, wishing to give It to a
oung shepherd whose hands were oc
cupied, let him take It from her lips
with his own. Is one of many stories
which give Greece the honor of the
very first kiss.
Tuberculosis and Stomach.
Tuberculosis rarely attacks the
stomach, and the reason for this Is ex
plained by Dr. Wilhelm Baetxner of
Berlin In describing one case in Ber
liner Kllnlsehe Wofcbenschrift. He
says the gastric Juice, aided by the ac
tive movements of the stomach, kill
the germs of tuberculosis before they
get a chance to take hold.
Argentina Not a Paradise.
The distribution of rain seems to
be poorly managed in the Argentine;
If the country Is not suffering from
drought, It Is apt to be complaining
of floods, or, in the warmer and more
fertile north, of the locusts, which
sometimes sweep from the wilderness
of the Chaco in such clouds that the
project has seriously been considered
of erecting an enormous net, support
ed, perhaps, by balloons, against
them. Harry A. Franck In Century
Jesuits Brought Sugar Can.
Sugar cane was introduced Into
Louisiana from Santo Domingo by the
Jesuits In 175L The first reflned
sugar- was made by Antonio Mendez
In 1792, but the first reflned sugar on
a commercial scale was made In 1794
by Etienne De Bore. The plantations
of these two planters now form a part
of the city of New Orleans.
No Room for the Ineompttant.
Much of the work done In this world
has to be undone. Incompetency Is
the greatest drawback to progress. In
competents are the most costly mem
bers of society, and always will be.
That's why there Is always a premium
on brains and skill, which combine to
produce efficiency. Exchange.
In olden days there was a merchant
who would buy his stores In the cheap
est market, load them Into a wagoo.
and drive about the country, selling
wtere he could. He was known as a
chapman and the modern name Is de
rived from that word. As the mer
chant's chief stock In trade was a
jovial personality the word chap has
long meant a Jolly fellow.
SAVE KR IMS
PIEST OP DAtfS f
THERE will be so
many needed tttnjft
Jo buy when the glid
Venr looms near,
thinf's you want to
buy yourself. .
Pari of what you are
now earning can easily
be aaVed.onco that
wise course is plaarwd.
IT has been tho
privilege of ihis
bank to serVe
May we serve
Lincoln State Bank of Chicago
3105 Sooth State Street 9 and 11 East 31st Street
Under State Government Supervision
3 Per Cent oa Siriagi Resources over $2,800,000.00
HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOE SALE AT
The following and other household
goods for sale at real bargains.
One iron bed and springs, one steel
cot; large hall rack with mirror, and
other useful articles. Phone Midway
3924, 6015 Harper avenue.
We All Know That.
That old motto Business before
pleasure,' " said Jud Tonkins, "means
nothing more than La this world yov
can't enjoy yourself unless you're gst
The Woman's Way.
If the shoe fits, get a size smaller
There's only one Individual who can
slap hlft fellow men In the face and
get away with It, and that's the barker.
Not Inclined to Explain.
The average man is perfectly win
ing, after he has made a lucky mis
take, to have It referred tn u "a
stroke of genius.
Sifted coal ashes, sand and wheat
four, mixed with water, make an ex
cellent mortar for patching holes when
the plaster Is broken. Use two parts
ashes and sand to one of flour.
HDNDEEDS OF LOTS FEES.
M T. Bailey, pres., The Bailey
Bealty Co., 3638 8tate St, who has
sold more than fourteen blocks of
vacant property in Morgan Park to
members of the Baee, is offering hun
dreds of these lots to be used as gar
,dens and truck farms in order to re
lieve the high cost of living and con
ditions in general.
Smell but Dont Tasta.
Myrall or vloletwood of Australia,
the product of two species of Acada,
has the delightful scent of violets
which becomes very pronounced when
being worked, says the American For
estry Magazine. If one wishes to re
tain a high opinion- of this wood It Is
well not to taste It.
FROM ON AND AFTEB THIS DATE
BBOAD AX CAN ALWAYS BE
FOUND ON SALE AT THE FOL
LOWING NEWS STANDS:
Wedding Ring Finger.
Whatever the fashion may be about
wedding rings, the Episcopal Book of
Common Prayer says: The priest,
taking the ring, shall deliver it to the
man to put on the fourth finger of the
woman's left hand.'
Mistake Mads by Many.
Too many people take themselves'
too seriously, and can't understand
why their estimates of themselves art
not accepted by others. Consequent
ly they "take It out" on others when
they might do much better by taWng
some things out of themselves. There's
too much personal "Inflation."
English Titles of Nobility.
The rank of earl was Introduced In
to England at the time of the Con
fuest and succeeded the Saxon earl
dom. It continued the highest rank
In England until Edward HI created,
dukes in 1337 and Richard H created
marquesses In 1385, both being super-'
lor to earls.
The Word "Rum."
The word "rum" Is an abbreviation
of "rumbooxe," "rum' being an Asia
tic word for "good, and "booze" a
derivation of the German "bausen,
meaning to "guzzle.'
8o Fast We Age.
Another thing that startles a man
as he gets on In life Is how young boys
and girls can be and still call one an
other Mr. and Miss. Ohio State Jour
MBS. STABEXY SETTJSN8.
Mrs. Mattie Starkey, 4033 Prairie
Ave., has returned to the city from
uxiugias. wnere ane was called re
cently on account of the death of her
Health in White Cedar.
Water palls and other vessels made
of southern white cedar were long
held to have a wholesome effect on
the contents because of supposed
medicinal properties of the wood, says
the American Forestry Magazine. It
was even believed that water Issuing
from a white cedar ip!got had Us
healtbfulnesa increased. '
Dr. J. S. Dorsey s Drug Store, 434 EL
31st Street, corner Vernon Avenue.
Drug Co. Store,
4700 8. State St.
Turner Williams' barber shop
laundry office, 4803 8. State St.
Which Is the Highest Mountain'
It Is generally thought Mount Ever
est, with Its 29,400 feet. Is the world's
highest peak, but some authorities as
sert that Teram Kangri, Kara Korams,
Cashmere, has an altitude of nearly
Smells Llks Onion.
The kollm of the Philippines and
Malay Peninsula gives forth a strong
aroma of onions, says the American
Forestry Magazine, while the pao
rTalho of Brazil Is properly known as
And Hew Many There Aral
An old fool Is one who thinks that
when a pretty girl smiles at him silo's
flirting Instead of laughing at hhar
Hat pins are used by the American
customs authorities to prod parcels
for hidden Jewelry. We hasten to In
form our fair fellow subway travelers
that we never bide Jewels behind our
eyeballs. London Opinion.
Cot out this Subscription Blank and Mall it to
THE BROAD AX9
mm S. JeSaabeth It, Chicago, TJL
fix for f lioarrHS.
partment there, and believe me there is
great responsibility connected with it,
aad he certainly knows his baroness.
To see these two men filling their
pleees w worth jey trip there.
X retained to Miami after spending
oaly ese dyever there, end then made
it to Ceeea, TkL the guest of Bev. J.N.
Murderer Held AecetMtaWe.
The commandment Thou ahalt not
kUt" has an application not generally
recognized. It Is this, that storal re
sponsibility forbids one to km time.
German House Pipes In Demand.
The early GeTman,tihocue pipes" sre
much prfzecf- by collecters. They ire
of formidable size some of them hold
ing as much as' a poaad of tobacco.
These plpea are usually of .porcelain,
beautifully added and ecerated.
Some things seesa seedy
A man li'ceBeraHy ahfe to pedtic his
pride, bat a woraaa wfce Teas atom
pride has few peckets. -"isstoa Tran
Edward Felix, notions, cigars and
news stands, 3002 8. Dearborn St
George W. Boyd, news stand and shoe
shining parlor, 3620 8. State St
Thomas BeD, news stand, ice cream
parlor and laundry office, 17 W. 53rd
St, near State.
P. Bishop, cigars, tobacco and news
stand, 8 W. 27th St, near State.
A. D. Hayes, cigars, tobacco, sta
tionery and news stand, 3640 8. State
Dodsbh's shoe shining parlor and news
stand, southwest corner 35th and
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JULIUS F. TAYLbR, please ester my name as a sisbtcribsr
to THE BROAD ASC I enclose herewith Two Dollars, the aaaaal
tvtocriptica to same, or One Dollar lor six month.
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WHERE WILL YOU BE
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strasgSng for & Uvmg," start
saving sow Satrpfas DoBara
saved dmmg &m actnre years of
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act gruttiT reiaraw crsay year.
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today save wade yoi are yet
1 ILLINOIS TRUST r SAVINGS BANK
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